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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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Sunrise 46 am
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Ordinary ll an é
Mobile Cinema St Barnaba Schoc

Pasture - 7.20 p.m
Police Band Concert, Hastins Rocks

8.00 p.m
Rediffusion Brains Trust 8.45 p.m

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= THE FRENCH NAVY officially announce sat 1
missing submarine La Sybille and its entrapped crew of
48 are considered as lost” after the ill fated craft was
located 700 yards below the surface of the Mediterranean
Sea 38 miles east of here.

The following official commu- — - -
rique was released simultaneously

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Toulon and Paris t he Sec-|
iv Toulon and Penis ty whe Sec! Kast Germans

lariat of the Mini y
Navy: “The Secretary of the Navy|

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Sybille” is considered as lost on Pp

September 24 during exercises



TLOULON, Sep



Sh ips R etur n : Sntall Hurricane Naguib’s Feud
e e | Off Bahamas With Nahas
Communist Fire | ses...

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winds of 85 miles per hour Continues





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HONGKONG Sept. 25 |] developed suddenly about 400 scot ships of the anti-submarine Y oungsters
; . . { 4 t, and a little north aa group.
CHINESE COMMUNIST shore batteries fired on two | my Miami. Th ou an eS Fae | The submarine was heard from]
c ining euc vet ween

British warships which went to the rescue of a Macao, Reconnaissance aircraft lo °gyptian strong man General Mo-
Hongkong ferry stopped by Reds earlier. Commodore || cated the tropical piso — 1ammed Naguib and the power=
H. G. Dickinson, Commanding Officer of the Roval Navy | a t of Oe eee of Nas ful Wata party over leadership, |

: . . B St- % eo continue simmer b sti ras

9 at Hongkong, said the ferry was intercepted at 2.00 a.m. sau, Bahamas, at latitude 26.2 from the Solin beknt on
I ‘ tude 26, th :

while on its regular run from Hongkong to the Portuguese |] orth and longitnde vio On the Wafd side, party groups
colony of Macao. 2 } mae * nation-wide have rallied behind

The ferry was taken by a Red



until 0800 hours but did not sur-| COLOGNE, G a iny, Sept. 26
face at 0980 hours as scheduled cardinal Jos@f Fring ’
A search was immediately unde: 1 bishop of Coloent n







taken with all existing means and|Catholic clergyman in G tariy
led to the discovery of an oil/charged that 150,000 to 250,000
patch at 6,000 metres east of|anti-Communists are imprisoned
reulon.” The security buoy “La{in East Germar oncentration
Sybille was found but the cable | Caw ps





















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y of Escort Ships remain on patra
“La Sybille’ was commanded }

ie en aged leadet Mustafa El N: ha s broken. The centre of the oil i
T quahoat and an armed launch . on Goreenmens = Ss ¢ * ch was spread over a large . 7
hou and: y After machine-gunning the ferry F. T. tf Re ort at eee, CON WitN slogans area corresponding to the spo ve. fgguNer N cor

s s iri - f “No Nahas, No W } ~*~ })
| end firing a shell across its bow, } e e fe (Pp Y : where thy ubmar! nhauset
H . less the gunbpat ordered the ferry to| ’ nnarere Aahnite: othe nbaitee i we from e ¢

ome ) follow e€ iaunch to the Commu-! I . E n: ~ lee ASSINSS The Rear Admiral commandi : > ) ,
| nist > : . nor an ahas or the Wafd, despite their , , i , Day Ee th 4-9 DO lage based or
}nist held island of Lapsapmi| 8 eee rtual open defiance of Naguitte! ; ihe group and the First Divisi ée Re Hal bist Wath
iting on the F ' :

, which lies avout four miles from e e

P : } . orders to get rid of Nahas and
nh the westernmost tip of Hongkong | Mi l t * T

g mg { » l é se OTe : Te
territory, | AECCTOUS © ean their political house. Thetp Curot. It was his. first com, 7

aMholic Day” in
nist “she















5 | Dickinson said an armed Com-| tis aa te nhl S mand, With him were four officers ‘ hai rere
Thousand oe eee 25. |munist party then boarded the} _ CALIFORNIA, Sept.'95. | 28) iqverament was abut to: ae | i nine petty officers and 34 ratings.” |) ‘ago aa dyomiaea ts
homeless as ritncoehtion see Chiesa ee sernayed anti The Federal Trade C | None of them have beet lmibe A Effort Abandoned | cham . nage activity
went on the rampage again in the ge any anthcommnnaints. beheved report on the SUPHO = in oe nd | antiated i The resc ue effort which had en- the closing days of the war or i
southern coastal areas of Mexics | a nists. tional oil cartel is a ee u = The latest of these reports was an ” ] I ted the help of every available} the early post-war period
and ships along the coast of the! Dickinson said the destroyer |® ‘#norance and Sea ea | Eublished by the independent § reneh warebip end warplane in ne Said in the Soviet Zone ar
j Gulf of Mexico were putting into | Consort” ang the frigate “Mounts Duce, Vice-President of the | daily Al Ahram which said ‘Gov oa the Mediterranean area was aban-| entire school class was imprisoned
port to escape high winds and! Bay” were dispatched to the 2'abian American Oil Company| ernment had collected enough evi-| HER FLIGHT DECK bristling with planes the USS Midway {s pictured j}doned after the “La Sybille’ was for listening to anti-Communist
heavy seas which crippled at least vescue of the ferry which was|C¢clared Thursday, — ‘ence against Nahas and that it (top) in the Firth of Clyde off Scotland where “Exercise Mainbrace,” Jocated off Cape Camarat about} “RIAS” radio in the United States
one tanker. ! able to flash a distress call before. The F.T.C. analysis tells Ts me now ready to bring the ex- irgest NATO naval maneuvers yet held, was launched. At bottom, il air miles cast of here about} sector (of Berlin).
Hardest hit were the states t ‘ts capture. However, by the time |’ imagined story with subtle seine talc mier to tris ice Admiral Felix B. Stump, who commands the striking fleet during i . yeres wy! rr ; 1 eS "Y, ne wort the
Tamaulipas on the Gulf Coast ana the warships arrived on the scene Uendoes so that tie unw ary are | Abuse of Power | 1e naval maneuvers, meets Royal Navy Capt. J. S. Litchfleld (left, ene aaat an aor eine ng 58 Rist Pica eee ee mene
@berra> on the. Pacine Creel the ferry had been released led to confuse ne iced — back to camera), commander of the British flagship Vanguard, At right ae ae Raa 8 aaae a a Rath liacton Junenns Prine
perpen ah feekgg#®,kiled 18| fire, Dickingon fald the “Consort: prepared. tor elivery before. the eramenty evideere seattet Nekegh See oearee Greasy East Avantie Commander, (Internationa!) _| Th rning in the ate Owing to te] urged the priests ministering
— ; etre, s salad ons prepare tor , Q . jernments evidence against ahas . ' oe y ‘ .
$1,000,000 damage Renee. Fant and the “Mounts Bay” returned |Facific Coast Conference on “pri-|revolved around hi: alleged abusé great depth, all hope was imme-| the spiritual needs of young people

the Gulf Coast city of Tampico fire. The exchange lasted about|vate capital investment, ir inters|/of power during the latest Wafd

; ive 3 wi ame ions 7e ont” gime. 2 Pmer i ® ] operations can rarely take place am ¥, —U.P.
said more than 100 streets in the five minutes with no damage be- national development re gime sl one former King siiceesstilly. at these depths _
city were under water. Residents | 'â„¢% Sustained by the warships. {Farouk fired after January's *
along the floodin a a ona | —U.P The report which “is an uN-| bloody Cairo riots e e ALP. 7 ae si
Tamsi rivers in the Tampico area | relieved series of accusations of! The newspaper also alleged one} est Seem To
were fleeing homes as streams : e conspiracy to control world oil! of the char against Nahas con-| e e e J _«
Wimbled ing towlana eas) Couencil Of prices “tanc’to conser: the 101-|cormed the reported 5300,000 ioen ritis lals Mechanical | prea 3
—U.P | lowing according to Duce: ! Farouk frof state funds to moa ; ear ussia
=. ° 1 rita n | eek “al achievements] “ble the ex-monarech to transact}
Europe Discuss 1. The technical achievemen rle 10n o transact}

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which “make possible that oil|? a ig business in the United | (By HAROLD GUARD) Trimming Of DORTMUND, Germany. Sept. 25

| Si l syste rhich extends to! >tates. . a on 7 ° Th Socialist opposition ‘

I ories Want Economic Plan every comer of the world’ | _ Meantime the Committee of the LONDON, September 25. : ; mY

diately given up since diving} lo intensify their work















. T al _onrn ~ s ta; 7 e * never cease to der in radical re-
2. The supply system -which|W#fd party has called a meeting} BEHIND THE SCENES in the British Government, a Bulk Sugar vision of the West German peace
| STRASBOURG, Sept. 25. [has resulted in cheaper oil to the (ope eon xo cone the 7 first class rumpus was brewing Thursday over Britain’s » treuly and Eurepean army pact
} T le § Nanas : ousted, 7 i . iy ire lifted wre , to
More Govt. Come consultative assembly of the [consumer whenever taxation per-|The meeting will’ be Sade el exclusion from Pacific defence talks, which was seen by} supe. loath tenkee team nae
rv’ | ‘ © ‘ ” ss . . ‘ . 2S : eu erie. e le ser
Slat to oa ag ec ar We Pr ' ‘ ..j_|22airmanship of Nahas who yes=' some officials as “direct United States intervention” in A well-known firm of ship- , Ollenhauser told 384 delegates
Econom between Western Europe, its over- ce _ ee ne. io i terday said no, power on earth | Commonwealth affairs. + lbewhers actively engaged in the'to the Socialist canvention called
; Bee 4, cans § , € é er axce > » oO . mn " : . . . a a : : G x ¥
y seas dependencies and the British sea Noa eidke “unig have excep te speoale Some. Sores fra Che Foreign Office refrained from comment on the|West Indies trade was faced 0 wulte the party platform for
LONDON, Sept. 25-~-|torshukce free of Unived Seas nol. served the “Strategic needs of the) hela tor 24 years 5 ete alenee Paes on, Sie: Saati ine Comsaliweaith sects. with, tas sere, in| pewmacaah aid thy acm alc
i , . , , . | trae ” ‘ A 4 ‘se OY, iy p ‘ ems in the handling 1 a - os - .
Britain’s Conservatives appear|lar handouts free world. Bus ne omnes wi 7, me] members are free to go their own way, and also avoid what bulk, The first was the several |to sit down at the same table wit!
fairly satisfied with the way the} Delegates to the 16 nation As- —UP, |par ve a ae ow officials called “needless controversy”. difficulties encountered in trim-|Russia,
party is running the country but|sembly are expected to adopt the faut Memeudcle a tclites! end Fil ae'n ik Sold ae em - —j|ming in the hold while loading,| , 1 said “naturally there is tl
would like more Government|proposal to this effect prepared - . f é ¥, however, officials ex-, | .

" risk of such a conference break
es by “me stice or ff 1 . : ‘ hethe Ik or in bags subse
pd ; 3 y former Justice Minister Abde essed he opinio that the ® e whether in bulls or ing dow tut every polic ha
economy and better propaganda | by their economic committee when V t Will peat "TI manda ist piton an D ! 1f down su ry | é
for the Tory viewpoint. they complete three days of econo- estr } Fattah El Tawil demanded tha lusion of ary enies y o

Britain, even as an| quently emptied, and seconsdly the li” icy Why is the pol
mic debate late to-day ‘the party openly defy Govern erver |
























é ‘ from the Pacific defence! leonsiderable cost of colleeting the patience, which the Unite

Conservative P a rt y officials R St ment’s law for reorganization of lks, was “more serious than was} B 2 sugar manually from extremities }}i. exercised in the tic
disclosed some of the 180 reso-| The proposal calls on all Coun- epalrr op litical groups to eliminate cor erally admitted.” | emg oo0e and wings of holds and = ‘twee | gotjations in Korea, impossil
lutions that are to be debated at|cil member nations to contribute ruption decks before’ being unloaded by] carry out in Europe

arab in the conventional manner The stake here’ ar 18,000,000
and

the four-day annual conference|to tne new European bank to be O Th O Naguib’s Government has arrest Chey said by Article Five of the ‘ ee
opening at Scarborough, October} established for development of n e rgan led several prominent Wafdists| Anzus Pact, Australia New Prom. Our Own. Carsgspentents
B z

” ; rhe problem was submitted to/ people who are in the Soviet zon
raw materials in overseas terri- ‘among about 70 former political; Zealand could be committed to GRENADA, Sept. 25. the International Cargo Handling {still to be freed—-18,000,000 pr
tories, especially Africa The St. Michael Vestry at their] figures on suspicion of corruptior ir if a United States aircraft Writing in the West Indian Co-ordination Association for sol-}oners of the cold

Among them were demands Thus Western Europe hopes to

j i —UP. vas shot doy or U.S. warship or fr ings , Ir
‘ ; ; eeting yesterday decided to ; wa 1 wn a Ui. we DP] paper rom Kingstown, Gary
for “more evidence of_ fighting} find new sources of raw materials| "" © ny ey G





c ution, After general investigation —UP
Bax ‘ 5 sy revoicing one of unk when patrolling the straits}stoutly denies reports in the . ssociation, it was ene ee eee ati
Spirit on the part of Conserva-|and new markets and at the same saa ‘ot the Cathedeol organ. e of controversial Formosa. Trinidad press of his being booed Pee a te pager tie of the} U8. BUILDING ATOM
tive supporters. Others criticize |time raise living standards in This was agreed to on motion by Red Radio Through Commonwealth ties,jby St Vincent crowds He E sactitive Committee. who is an| “a sestees f :
Prime Minister Churchill’s Gov-|under-developed countries con- Hon'ble V "C. Gale seconded by | fficials said, Britain would have} claims instead to have been lion- a dal atts oatiors. Ane rOatitt | POWERED SUBMARINES
ernment for failure to reduce cerned, If adopted, the resolu- Mr. E. D ‘Mottley after Mr. Ger-} e help either Australia or New|ised by the masses with the BEETLES sits + wis ema taken | ATLANTA,
the intolerable burden of | tion would be another blow at the id. Hudson: had itiformed the [ries To rap ‘ealand if either of them were] police having to beat back thefé pm beds canis Bates with Georgia, Sept, 2
administrative expenditure in- framework of the international aatiow at this defect rn brought to a state of war, “There-| throng place in 1c an on fats ‘ls of| A Msie expleean ‘Sir Hubert
curred during the life of the|economic machinery set up since Mu - oon tes at fore Britain could become involv- certain special GRYICOR, COLBS | veule BX} ae oe
Sadialiee Govveraneit.4 eave r, Hudson who was_ presen U be) Planes he war because of some| He s#id Jostuas hundreds twhich will be announced shortly.'Wilkins said to-day the U.S, _
—CP. —UP. at the Vestry, also explained the sere ual ne ident brought about by| resent his association with Hon. Now this difficult problem, and |building atomic powered ub-
nee Gath oad Seeing TOKYO, Sept. 25 the U.S n the Pacific’? one] George Charles, who he had not}it js one which is likely to demand| marines to operate under ice
he Sathedra organ invo 1g . ate ra ‘= :

' realised, had lost control of the[ojose attention with the growth of Wilkins told the Atlantic Am-
sider: >» capi . enditure Communist Radio operators in Mficial said Dre re 4 ,_ |elose attention with 4 4 . ,
. e “"y ee eee ee i wilinee pote speaking near per- He said th the very reason Se force thats oy 48 TC=Tehe number of bulk sugar carri-|bassador Club that ve \
es r ) men rang er until some future date sug-\{fect English, have tried to lurc for Britaii’s holding aloof from 8#Tded as a public '

ers, is well on the way to solution,'marines would be equippe















































Pi po ¢ ‘ a 7 ate ttivi-'s , ad conning tower
a4 : ines ,' Unite ations B 26 light bomb- the American policy of “neutral- thanks to the co-ordinated activi-|a heatec 7
| sy that an pine al yoy La mane catty abranedi” traps by tsing For made in June 1980. w . ties of the experts upon whom the/could cruise under the Arctic |
ade > ‘rs e Ca- . a € . , ¢ - 7 . . ab . bes : creen
O . Ad tise ent thedtah tor tanancihs paslibins in| giving false radio wrote any Both th none Ome me Grenada Car nival era office of L.C.ELC.A, is able aon Neue oe a ‘ m
r re ; Army sp: . rs Commonwealth telatio#i ce © call. ainst radar detectior t
\ er ve m , view of the fact that the Vestry;4rmy, newspaper Pacific ‘cial | arri oe
cain . axnend?.|and Stripes reported Thursday mtinue to refrain from official\ Queen ] es ion
. t a andl ssinusdipracincass oclgsiaadl The paper said so far none of comment pending Cabinet debate c e e
THE ST. MICHAEL VESTRY was left without a ‘Y'® j}the night flying reconnaissan: 1 the matter Wich, is sapere From Our Own Correspondent 1sen ower— xOon
quorum yesterday afternoon when some of the members Revoicing ber bers has gam n tor the rus take place on Friday. GRUMARIA” Sect. 85
left while the Vestry was dealing with the award of four | Mr. Hudson told the Vestry that |1 cadiue:wing: vere particular ———_—_ Miss Sheila Agnes Cameron, ° " yer
; A ; ’ st) | Mr. Hudson to s é a w parece Grenada lkeniva n € i
Scholarships at St. Michael’s Girls’ School. lane of the stops of the organ|troubled,with fake messages lat mn na Carnival Queen las ro ,
Aft . 1 iv Wi vedded at St. George’#*
er the estry Clerk had, change should have been drawn é ae ired re-|in August and early in Septen oo i :
mentioned that there were four| ic the notice of the Churchwarden “{teF many years, required re tt KC church this afternoon to
scholarships to be awarded andjwho would have notified the uae a mos aa ‘at eat 20 mae ially tell who they ° e David Otway of B.W.1.A., the WHEELING, West Virgina, Sept. 25
Ve. , norma! procedure after abou a ni Ecco anes sa cn of G B W. Otway in a “p . ~ ‘RS aid the Eisen
Oe hence Hacdatictttin’ Be eee | "Trt ascnakt said that he agreea|Years and would cost the Vestry | ar mi : ee mpgs nr Join Campaign quiet ceremony attended however ELATED REPUBLICAN LEADER‘ cial thar er’
tioned that only 21 applicants had | that any change in the advertise-|about £51 to have it done at! The “Chi see guvoally ceanaee a b» a number of well wishers hower-Nixon ticket has emerged oe ies evet
' . Jalkers’ Factory t an a contro rt § w : a . afi es >, j ed te ) tical
applied on this occasion for the|iment should be drawn to the ‘ ar ha a fs hatiied : the | om Their radio procedure i $PRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS Giver waiter. Sie” (Gens from the trial unprecedented in Unit 7 I
scholarships. attention of the Churchwarden! 0". TOBA png -|pretty poor but their E1 September 25, ratte aay teri a be hist
. one ; “pel a i 1 i ‘ oF tas the » wore a bale ustory
ir. ED. Mottley queried whet| and wanted to know how the a . hich ‘he Sold sould ‘eitent ta * r Governor, Sdlal 2. Stevenson's ind length Gos ecuutiie out- They hopefully closed books on the camipai cris!
had suddenly taken place. Of all] school a inistratio cnew be- an which he sé - oars ‘aptain Charlé yle env viser looked to President Tru- i ‘ : » disel re that the
ine ‘children in the patie he ag pe ary of. the foten with a certain amount of expenditure. | poem ee Ee oe n 10 tale "te the campaign } Lib ong shoulder et > veil} = which began one week ago with the Use errs hat ha
wanted to know why there were] examination results that they|This would amount to about £1,800. | °°! he rad operator to auth- battle ery now that the Illinois Cre ae es Vice-Presidential candidate (Richard M. Nixon) ho
. ‘ 4 7 “ , hd w " s f ’ { ‘
only 21 applicants. Calling for] would only have room for children | The Chairman said that he had|e. ticate by supplying code wor ;overnor has drawn the blue- accepted $18,235 for his private expense fund tror eaith
the advertisement, he pointed out] between the ages of nine and ten | not repared “any notes in con-!st-pposedly known only bd) nt. 1 5 nson camp hopes | e California supporters. Dwight D. Eisenhow: }
that it had somewhat changed and] and a half. | rectibe with the matter and had friendly operators. Sometime it Trumar ili come into the Rain Hinders a Be eed insisted that Nix pre imsel
— Teles agit teen head eat at ae eee on | inet it entirely into the hands of ithe Reds come up with the righ ection oat - u ne ane and i ad ee asa we < tooth” o1 es
5 mat Or laa. , a is the pilot 1 rectly at Dwight D. Eisenhow- : . ne race in effs omit vi
cocuted ; i fairs r saia| Mir. Hudson who could explain it, words and it is up to the } : War Com : : { { tic face
eee aoe DB o FERROUS put ee He sein! Wien the organ, wie put in the use his own judgment . Republican whom the Presi- Korea misston running mate tie fac
g dmis to save ere were many who did no‘! tnodral it wae an exce First Lieutenant Lester Mensci nt once offered Democratic to face mecting here i
for girls only between the ages| apply owing to the age as set out ee PP op exeayent Sad of Badzin Pennsylvania asked 4 |; omination SEOUL, Korea, Sept. 25. e . | Eisenhower told the cheerit -
of nine and ten and a half. in the advertisement and there be one anti ae the Red “controller” one night for Stearbtria ici. 5s The Korean war entered its] J! @py* é Trica dience in the Wheelt tadiur
Mr. D. G. Leacock mentioned] were also those who had applied |t ings fo ts hict m oT Pg g the proper code words. Reaih inding firm on the decision not | 25th month with ground and air ‘ that Nixon ha ae "
that they had increased the schol-] and by now were led to believe |‘?! 4 Set chenlate ae a are loid Boy? came the: Reds reply Ata to the public limelight | “¢tlon curtailed by chill autumn : , », |dicated “hit baring bts p
arships a few years ago because] that they had won a scholarship | WOulc Jus complete it. If the ou've got’ me there.” ie yr a oo a he ad ys ; Raa (2 in. United Nations soldiers LONDON, Sept. 25, |gonal financ: to th ole na
they had discovered that every] and it would create some hard-|V@stty granted the money, they| * ' AUP. his fund fo help supp ye “| crove back several small Coms| A Royal Commission to in=|tjion in a radio t
| time they advertised they had})ship as far as they were con-|Should not lose sight of the fact | ilaries for lop State tt _ munist stabs along the muddy|quire into land use in East Africa! egct Tuesday ni
about 200 applicants. Something] cerned. ‘ jthat the majority of organists in} trators. If I have any ae battle front and there wer@/ha; been recommended by the} Nixon who had {i re fron
to his mind was therefore wrong| Mr. Leacock said that the Vestry Barbados, learnt to play at the! . jssy TV’ say it,” Stevenson said brief but brisk clashes near}government, Colonial Secretary|the west coast in response t&
| and they should get to the bottom] awarded the scholarships and so|Cathedral and then went to vari- lran ives ene Peeardes, in rejecting Senator) punker and Kelly hills in thelOjiver Lyttelton announced t gimmons from Rise
| of it. far nothing had been done and he|°US parishes, In addition, there , \foeers aiyann'e demand. = ie West and East. day smiling to the s}
Mr. Mottley informed the Ves-| could not see how any hardship|Were many people in the island ° ae OMe ee Seay ae one ' . The recommendation was the [after recoi Bist
try that with previous advertise-} could be created. jwho made use of the organ. Itimatum finances to the nation as Nixon | Foul oe also ~ : _ ss ald g pane ation |S |
ments they always called for} Mr. Symmonds said that the’ He strongly recommended that i Tuesday night LP | pace of the Allied. air o “Cr ‘ltween Britain. and the . govern This is pre Tone
espe between the ages of eight] Vestry had issued a notice in the if the Vestry could see their way LONDON, Sept. 25 ==: ror cs nt of Kenya Uyatida and/|mome S of % life P i
end eleven. He thought that any @ On page 5 @ On Page 3 | ~ a sc acsiplaciuielbinieda ’ : Me vear old California Senato i
: | Iran’s Premier Moharmmed Mos- Tanganyika which thought an been Wondering only 34 hous
e e e degh rejected the Churchill Fi ’ ’ ~ t ‘ inquiry was needed te iprove had so hethin h e cha f
e | ‘Truman proposals for settling the !'! , 5 000 I e ac “th tandard of living. olitical glory was going out of t
: Biggest t In Mid-East | o-Iraniar oil dispute and The inquiry woul « rilwindow foreve
Oil: Biggest Question In Mid-East | xii. 8s 8 Test ND att Sn Ree wage eer,
. ‘ to accept his own terms } SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 25 there is no evidence at all thativelonment of industrs “keep fighting il
(By WALTER COLLINS) The most important quest t Schacht explainec e ¢ In a fin whose toa was re-) 7 California Appellate Court |the Yugoslav claimant would not ™ i condition employment | m i yo0d on it
CAIRO, EGYPT, Sept. 25,/th: Middle East is the Ar Egypt primarily to advise the sed by Britain, Iran described ’j.ay reversed the lower court de~ be permitted to enjoy his legacy]... problems of social curit hal i t J rTesie
Adolph Hitler’s former finan-|;lianian qu rrel over the Ab i1|Govérnment on how to deal w he Anglo-American’ proposal c which held that a Yugo- in Yugoslavia. The fact that the UP ential nominee Adlai B. S
cial adviser and banking expert | ‘ elds anc the peace and pros-|bonds which they plan to issue} “far more inequitable” than pre slav heir could not be awarded lower court disapproved of the sol folk
Hy} oo a - said eee | ; irs ‘ he - ddie East le-~|to Land-holder who must be ou olutio and ann vandec 000 legacy because the form of government in Yugo-| ae ' i
na ne Angio-lranian oil dis-} pen NM OF i equ table sc tior’| compensated under the new la payment of £ 49,000,000 while sles woul ; ctus ily * t the via we not relevant at all - . . ma t ( as
pute was the most important | of this matter he said, in ; | limitation law. The 1 t Iran’s claims against Britain are || Cc ae od ya Sie jo the lasus of reciprocity of in | KING FEISAL SHOOTS tii us State : UF
q 1estion in the ar East and| ‘©: aE tea with this cor-|Jimits land-hold to 200 ttled in Trar or internation ps = Neritanoe,** WITH DUKE OF j —_——__--—--
eculd only be ettled by direct in a luxurious flat each is “basically “ ’ nos wes se in a fight be- + r , i
negotiation between Iran and the Schacht said “but Government note, drawn up by Moss>-| an, inst District Court of Ap-|tween ime ‘brothers over the se eahenabaieean WINDWARDS BISHOP
United State: | echacnt | ent Siastic about! hz rte i i es hirmse did not contain any A rhe . ‘ : . ce v n we ro | i |
Se t has just made anesla wilich ea ited Oar F 4 haa oat —™ thr fort it ees pia dip- peal the former Yugo- |latest will left by Harles Arbu-| EDINBURGH Sept VISITS GRENADA
sit Trani in econ th year Indor ~ wi h ant i lations with Britaing But Slav Ambassador Sava Kosa- lict San Francisco — restaurant King Feisal and the Regent (From Our Own Correspont
i anian econ hi yea rdonesia cent of pt omatie relation ith Britai Ape . ai) +e : ve pe 7 : 1047 ‘The will a Bec s a Hi GRENADA. S
a 1 iew howev ntially the richest countr ously did not yOSse | ssadegh recently told the Lower novi ci I h heir \owner who died in 1947. The w Taq went or ho 1 a _, GRENAD }
ituralls have to|the worl owing to its agri l-| et a I ome i der the ‘ e of Parliamer t he would would receive the inheritance tax |Jeft the imheritance t John; Keots moors with the Du . The Bishop oe a
| ilte ivo- | tural I our . ae ether will becon t real elatior th tl Br free r f ( t the |Arbulich of Dubrovik ind left} Edinburgh on Thursda The King |arrived here *
€ € é 5 an , ‘ : ce e coon endit ‘ ‘ €n- out another brothe Thomas} end the Regent est Lucia on a fortni
‘ { f ¢ vy Arbulich who teok tl! f ued a et 3 : °
UP Iranian oil.—U.P re A lhe t , urt,—U-P. ru





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a JOHN HUGGINS
Governor of Ji ica
eight" “years before t re
frem* -the Colonial S..vice
year. Prior to that he ad
acting Governor of Trinidad

had served Malay

His wide experience of the
Colonie and ¢ affairs
now being put to the service ol
the City

Sir John has just increased his
number of directorships to five
by joining the boards of Cheviot
Rubber and Labu (FMS) Rub-
ber, both of which are in Sir
John George Hay’s group of

Plantation companies

As he r cently joined the board
of .Mala¢ca Rubber, another con-
ceffi if the Hay group, it is ob-
vious that the two Sir John
on well together

Sir John *Huggins’ other board-

get

room “obs are with Trinidad
Petroleum Development and
East African Power and Light.

I would not. be surprised to see

more Efhpire concerns seeking

his services before long, write

Ernest Eve, .City Editor of the
London Evening Standard.
Vor Discussions

ISS DORA _— IBBERSON,

C’B.E., Social Welfare -Ad-

viser, t6° the Comptroller for De-
velopment and Welfare in
West Indies left the is’and
B.W.LA. on Wednesday fo

Trinidad on a short visit.

Holiday Before Work
ISS Pearl Monica Johnson,
formerly a Clerk of the
Royal Bank was among the pas-
sengers by the S.S. Colombie on
Wednesday. She will stop at
Jamaiea-where she will spend a

holiday and then later go on
round trip to return to Jamaica.
She will then enter the Univer-

sity College to study Medicine

Impressed
ISS ELAINE BLOEMEN-
DAAL, Stenotypist, Book-
er Brothers, British Guiana, will
be returning home to-day by
B.W.1.A. after spending part of
her three-month vacation in the
island as a guest at Leaton-on-

Sea, Worthing.

Before coming to Barbados for
two months, Miss Bloemendaal
spent some time in Grenata.
This is her first visit to the island
and her impressions of Barbados
will no-doubt bring her over soon
again,



FAttooed Sna

- | Wife “The Creeps”

By JOHN WILCOCK
anabs TORONTO.

A Young man walked into John
Brantipg’s tiny Toronto office re-
cently’ afd rolled up his trousers
leg. Teébrifyingly life-like, a long
blue ‘Snake curved gently round
from his ankle to-just above the
knee. It: was tattooed, in vivid
blue afid’ violet ink.

“I’ve just got married”, the
young@man said, “and my wife
says it gives her the creeps. Can
you take it off?”

That Was all in a day’s work for
35-year-old John Branting. Four
months hgo he arrived in Toronto

frome relia, and since then he
has mr » a full time job of re-

moving tattoo marks, It appears
that a Jot of people who at one
time theughy they’d like to carry
their oWh art gallery around with
them ave since changed their
mindse+

But He surprising statistic this
friendtyg Swedish-born needle ex-
pert veveals is that one third of
his cusfémers have been women.

Most tf them have been, trying
to prove to their boy friends that

Carib Calling



Port-of-Spain.



Holiday And Business Trip

THER intransit passengers
from England on Wednes-
day by the S.S. Colombie were
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mitchell of
damaica. They had been spend-
ing five months in the U.K. and
on the Continent. They returned
home the same afternoon by the
S.S. Colombie.

Mr. Mitchell who went up on
business coupled with pleasure,
is Proprietor of R. O. Mitchel,
Manufacturers’ Representatives,
Kingston,

Art Mistress Arrives

ISS GLORIA ESCOFFERY

arrived in the island on
Wednesday by the S.S. Colombie.
She has come to take up an ap-
pointment at Combermere Boys’
School as Acting Art Mistress in
the place of Mr. Karl Brood-
hagen who is at present in Eng-
land on a British Council
Scholarship.

Visited Relatives



Mrs.
congretutauons

A. L. STUART.

RS. A. wD STUAK! te siad R. HENDERSON HOPE, son
tS, 2 » SLUAKI, wi ) . ie . aley
M Dr. A. L. Siuart, and rrin- of Mr. and Mrs ve =
, yin Sh : , Hope, Belmont Road, is now bac
cipal of the “Revuedevinie Vane- ; : ; after spend-
ing School’, returned from on, Barbados again = P itn
frinidad by B.W.LA, yesterday ing the summer holidgys wit
midenine Cae “’ his relatives in Toronto. ’
&. ae r )
Mrs, Stuart went over about c oo is a student, at Codrington
three weeks ago to make ar- ollege.
rangements for the Dancing Business And Pleasure
School which staged shows in rR. W. A. NEWMAN, Direc-
eee last week at the tor of Messrs. Evelyn,
ere oe Se ach ¢ ; . and rs.
When Carib asked her of the esac ge England
Show and the experience gaineit (4 Wreaneelay morning by the
St leet tro, wetes tor aiver’ Coa renee PY
. Bae 10 W°SES or aadver~ months’ holiday.
tising she was sure that they vat was Mr. ipitaidits first visit
would have had a full house at

back home since he came out to
Barbados in 1946. He said that
the trip was very enjoyable and
he did some useful business in-
cluding having a_ look at a fish
freezing plant in Grimsby.

each performance but next time
she will be advertising on a big
seale quite a while in advance.
Altogether it was a wonderful
experience for the girls and they

all had a marvelous time in
Trinidad. Intransit

Mrs. Stuart has now opened a MONG the passengers arriv-
new field in Barbadian culture

ing from England on Wednes-

and Carib joins in congratulating cay morning by the Colombie in-

her and wishing her every suc- transit for Caracas to join his pa-
cess in, her future efforts. rents was Mr. Oriol Pi-Sunyer, a
Saw Reruedeville a Spaniard who has been living

R. AND MRS. Joseph Tudor,

Jnr., and their five children
accompanied by Mrs, Fitz Morris
arrived from. Trinidad by
B.W.LA. yesterday morning.
Mrs. Tudor accompanied her
husband who went over with
Mrs. Stuart’s Dancing School to
perform at the Roxy Theatre,

in England since 1939.

He said that he had been
ing economics as an external stu-
studying Economics as an exter-
nal student of London Univer-
sity, but now intends to study
anthropology at the Mexican
National School of Anthropology
after the Christmas holidays in
Caracas.



ke Gave His

Judy Holliday
Dumb Blonde
In Real Life

who had a large spider in four on
colours—etched neatly in the cen- WASHINGTON, Sept. 22.
tre of his bald head. He explained Judy Holliday, | Moviedom’s
that originally he’d had it put famous “dumb b:onde” told
there to scare the flies away but Senate investigators she was
that his mates had ribbed him “more than_ slightly stupid’
so much that he’d sooner endure about Communist front organiza-
the flies, tions, it was disclosed on Wed-
But a few years ago John's nesday.
eustomers were not so light- In a secret hearing last March
hearted. Hundreds of them came the actress said she was so upset
and asked for tattooed numbers about finding herself called
to be removed from their arms. “Red” in newspapers that she
They were concentration camp hired investigators to investigate
numbers and their owners were - | “I wanted to know what
trying to erase that particular Sere etait
reminder even though they could SS ie . a
not erase the napentee from their Burl Ives, singer of zou Poe
minds.—B.U.P. ‘ also was quizzed by the Senate
Internal Security Sub-Commit-
tee in its inquiry into possible
Communist influence on the en-
tertainment industry. Both he
and Miss Holiiday denied any
international Red affiliation.





Professor Pelzer

Visits LC.T.A.

~ For Judy it was a command

22 » a S49
22nd September, 1952 performance ' of the “du m >
f 4 , her the
Professor Karl F. Pelzer, of blonde” role that won :
Yale University, U.S.A., arrived Academy Award in the movie

But this time

BARBADOS

GERMANS 10 GET
FILMS OF CANADA

WINNIPEG,
from its

Man.
Canada,
drug stores, is currently
by
education.

|
The ambitious project is bq
carried out by a German 4

band-and-wife team on a

month tour of the dominion. Vi- |
talis Pantenburg is capturing the
highlights of Canada with his ex-

pensive set of cameras, while his
blonde wife Lieselette gathers
material for her book.

The Pantenburgs were already
l-k in Europe for their
artistic jaunts around the world
before they started out on their

well-known

latest and largest assignment.

Vitalis gained

has
on her travels by
through Finland and Lapland,

They tour Canada
war Taunus,

cept for its rollback roof,

The finished product of

this country.—B.U.P.



CROSSWORD



Across
+ Lop one six from the burst. (v»
oo the tan arrive by story
Sort of pigeon for shooting
Trade in beer? (4)
Break up the row. (4)
Eliminate a seer, (5)
Fit to be a physica) tra
. Such sense can't be 5
. Let it go, and dance
. Morning breaks the r
. Such a work 1s valuabie.

(4)





Rhee eee
SCKASOKNEE Gr

21. Become aware of nice ogres. (Â¥)
Down

1., Meet, but not of norses and
hounds, (Â¥)

2. Refreshing as a cypher is. (5)

3. Avers the male tn world affairs
(9) 4. Suggests a roast, (4)

+. Bargain. (9)

7. Pall out about what the
foreigner consumed. (8)

10. Put the dealer first. (6)

11, Sarcastic. (6)

12. Decapitated branch. (5)

15. Fine work in an afterthought.
(5)

17. Expected from 1 Acruss. (4)

Solution of yesterday's puzzle. —Across:
i, Positions: 6, Astoundea bay





i Seven, 12. Ale; 13. Pr

Owe; 18. Pace: 19, Raid; 24

jlass 24 Needy Down: 1 P or
2 Usier $ Tunnel; 4 indisvose 9.
Nevlected . Ode: #. Wve, Y Ayow 14,
jedan: 1S Salice! 16, Weedy: 20, Axgt



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Bolton Lane





Presents To-day, 5.00 & 8.30
and Continuing Daily

OUT OF THE

parliament
buildings to its small-town corner
going
down on film and in notes for use

the West German ministry of

recognition ‘by
his books and photos that record-
ed trips through Greenland, Nor-
way and Finland, while Lieselette
written three books to date
reindeer sled

in a post-
a 38 horsepower
model turned out by Ford of Ger-
many. It resembles our Fords @x-

the
trip will be a source of informa-
tion on Canada for German chil-!
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1952

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For Friday September 26, 1952

Look in the section in which your pirthday comes ana?

Kana what your outlook is, according to the stars,
ARIES

—Confusion a likely hazard, but you can
K March 21—April 20 do much in action and attitude to prevent
and correct it. Will power needs sustain-

ing.

—Go about tasks in your true capable
r. Listen to and evaluate ideas of
P.M. particularly suited for home

interests,
—Encouraging day but not without a little
effort on your part, Keep eyes alert to

“spot” the good propositions,





*
*

GEMINI
May 71—June 21

*
*

CANCER —Use your talents to full advantage for
June 22—July 23 notice able progress Incidentally, the
nothing-ventured-nothing-gained rule

really applies this auspicious day,

*« *

LEO —Both obstacles to, and opporiunities for,
July 24—Aug. 22 attaining your fondest wishes. Use your
keen perception to separate the good from

the bad
* *

ambitous, Apply your

+

*
>

—Fruitful for the
inherent ability and “know-how” to sur-
mount .problems. Artisans, skilled tech-
nical workers, professional people highly

+
favoured.
” * +
with

LIBRA —This day besét odd temptations.
Sept, 24—Oct. 23 Make valiant attempt for your best Per”
goal; thenâ„¢

VIRGO
Aug. 23—Sept. 23

formance in many a moon, Remain stead-

fast in ideals,
sights on your

kK kK &£S KX ®

——Train your é t
x Oct. —, 22 vigilantly pursue these (sound) objectives.
. ; If the going seems extra rough, a few
x prayers are in order, +
SAGITTARIUS —Bercfic IF you do not expect the world +

Nov. 23—Dec. 22 on a silver platter, Maintain a steady, un-
hurried pace punctuating each step with
stepped-up mental output. va

—Take stock, ask yourself; “Whither
goest thou?’ Make sure yOu are headed
in right direction, then proceed with open

throttle.
* *

—Don’t be rash in expenditure if ener- ae
gies, Make an earnest attempt to channel
thoughts, actions into most PEOGMENT® 4,

programme.,

Rays border on auspicious, Keep tabs on
Health

x *

CAPRICORN
Dec. 23—Jan. 21

*

AQUARIUS
Jan. 22—Feb. 20

*

PISCES

ps

Feb. 21—March 20 home, finance, civic matters. 4

x and dietary measures come in for their
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create often, even if not for long periods, Birthdate of: Irving
Addison Bacheller, Amer. author.

Keke wee keke KKK Kw

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TELLER COMES

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(By Sir WALTER SCOTT)

Starring Robert Taylor — Joan Fontaine
Elizabeth Taylor — Geo Sanders

Opening
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3RD 5 and 8.30
at

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in Trinidad by P.A.A, on Wed- “Born Yesterday”.

CONTINENT
















THAT TIME
FORGOT...

Professor Pelzer, who is an Econ= tingly contributed to some sub-
omic Geographer
inierest

they can be just as courageous. Docqay to visit the Imper it in dead earnest. ; :

; : BR gee Boge: : , nesdas : > Imperial Col- she played it in : a

; “4 st a a . ae majority of cases, thinks John, ac ROY ROWLAND GEOFFREY HOMES sso HARRY BROWN wt

because all the average girl wants
removed from her engraved heart
wad arrow, is the name.

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settlement questions, was one of causes. “When I was solicited I COMES TODAY TO MONDAY 4.30 and 8.15
John learned his very special- a team of four professors from always simply said, ‘oh isn’t that 1
izeq trade in Sweden from a Yale who have recently made a toa bad. Sure use my name’,” ADVENTURE NOW PLAYING ‘ R.K.O’s SUPER DOUBLE
friend who had studied the busi- tour of Africa under the auspices 1. told the Sub-Committee. « *
ness of tattooing for years “By of the Carnegie Corporation of —U.P FAR AS 2.30 4.45 py 8.30 em.
my method anything that was New York, bd THE EYE & continuing daily
tattooed on can be just as easily With a view to stimulating 6 e : 4.4
removed,” he says. “And it interest in African affairs in Listening Hours CAN 5 & 8.30 p.m. BRIDGETOWN (DIAL 2310)
doesn’t hurt—-at least, not much.” American universities, the Car- q SEE!
Sailors today form the majority negie Cerporation js sponsoring FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1952 SSS =
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Hathurst street office, It appears standing in the American aca~| “~>—-" ait hews, alo pm The i HEA I RE LOVE COMES LATE TO#
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are a lot of seafaring types who Professor Pelzer expects tO) 430 pm _ In’ All Directions, 5 00 p m Pwo me he ea
think that to be tattooed is “not leave Trinidad for Caracas on his] Richard Strauss, 5 15 Pm Variety ee ee = i i
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE : PAGE THREE

TROUBLES MOUNTING IN KENYA ‘tour

= epi ‘| embarrassed
exe xtWeek Cairo Is Risking More — with
meiext week |; Than Its Night Lights —

(By JOHN REDFERN) |
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NEXT WEEK the people of Kenya will have a new ~~ onions | aoe
; ees (By ARTHUR COOK)
Governor—Sir Evelyn Baring—although the appointment ° THE NIGHT LIGHTS are going out in Egypt. Those |
donditian Ive ee after-dark haunts where Farouk was familiar and his friends |
Their last Governor, Sir Philip oe left at the abounded have been raided and closed.
end of June—and a fortnight later was telling a London M . ,
, ; j ” ohammed Aly, the Nile Boat, and Royal Automobile — is
audience that it was “ bie: nonsenee” to ‘on more com a petty, symbolic gesture by new-broom Premier
; : : 7 Naguib.
aoe Africa was seething with energy and growing en- e These. lights were snuffed by
lightenment, he said. oO e he Moslem Brotherhood in their
‘dale Gace ees ope = ‘ist open political triumph since





Equipping The
World’s Industry

(From The London Press Service)

SOME 2,000 machine tools and woodworking machines,
weighing more than 6,000 tons and valued at over £10
million, made an impressive scene of eer when
the International Machine Tool Exhibition opened last week
at Olympia, London.

_ The chief object of the display
is to enable production engineers

from all parts of the world to V Will
examine under one roof the pro- estry
gress made by the Western R é St





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was announced on April 10, and the colony is in a troubled
L t Cr k The gloom today in Cairo’s most expensive clubs — the
that East Africa was seething with African unrest. Ss cee

On the Brotherhood black list
raust be the Sofar club, on the
read to the Pyramids, with its

nations in the field of production
machinery, the mainspring both of

110 rooms, most of them large.
defence preparations and of peace-

The wine-coloured carpet in the



ful development of living stan-

datds.

The last exhibition of the kind
‘was held in 1948 and this year’s

theme is the advance made since
that time in the achievement of
higher productivity and greater
accuracy.

Among the 600 firms exhibiting,
a number are showing copying
lathes, designed for repetition
work with unskilled labour, Also
of interes; are multi-tool lathes,
capable of considerably speeding-
up production processes,

More than half of the major
machine tools exhibited are Brit-
ish, Others come from Austria,

Pelgium, Denmark, France, Ger-
many Italy, the Netherlands,
Sweden, Switzerland, and the

“Exports of machine tools from
the United Kingdmm last year
totalled over $86.4 million (B.W.1_)

Jap, West Gernran
Deputies Plan To
Force Concessians

BONN, » Sept. 25.
Japanese and West German
Parliamentary Deputies have ex-



changed information on Mutual
War Criminal problems with
each group planning to seize on
any Allied concessions in one
country to force similar con-
cessions in the other, it was
learned to-day.

Erich Mende, former Regi-
mental Commander, now repre-

senting the Rightist Free Demo-
crats in the Bonn Parliament told
United Press “I have spoken
with several Japanese during the
past few months concerning this
war criminals problem and our
views are precisely the same.”
Mende is the leader of a group
of Deputies who claim the “re-
lease of war criminals is a neces-
sary psychological basis for rati-
fication of the European Army
Pact” under which West Ger-
many will conscript a 500,000-
man military machine.—U-P.

U.S. Support Of
Peace Pledged

WASHINGTON, Sept. 25

President Truman told the new
Soviet Ambassador on Thursday
that any of his activities to
“strengthen peaceful relations”
between Russia and the United
States will be “reciprocated and
supported” by this Government
and its people,

Truman made the statement as
Georgei Zarubin presented his
credentials at a five minute White
House ceremony. After tae meet-
ing, Zarubin read to reporters part
of his remarks to Truman. Zaru-
bin said he could assure them
that the “people of the Soviet
Union entertain a feeling of sin-



cere friendship” towards the
people of the United States. os



a cas
U.S. Sugar Use Up

WASHINGTON— Sugar diswi-
bution in the United States to the
end of August totalled 5,573,304
tons, compared with 5,336,000
tons in the corresponding period
of last year, accordirtg to official
figures just published in Washing-
ton, -

Statistics compiled by the U.S.
Department of Agriculture
showed a new rise in distribu-
tion at the end of August, when
184,252 tons of sugar were dis-
tributed in the final week of the
month, as against 163,730 tons
in the previous week. —B.U.P.

PLANE CRASH KILLS 13
SAIGON,
Indo-China, Sept. 25.

Thirteen officers and _ petty
officers of the French Navy were
killed at Saigon in the crash
on take-off of a four-engined
French naval plane.

Authorities said they were un-
able to explain the accident.

On The Organ

@ From page 1.
to grant the money, they should

do so.
No Provision

Hon’ble V. C. Gale said that he
had listened carefully to Mr. Hud-
son and the Chairman. No doubt,
the Vestry was willing to spend
additional money on the organ
to make it as up-to-date as
possible. While it would be an
excellent thing to do, they as a
body, could not sit there and
promise to vote any money for
Capital Expenditure for thé organ.
The first amount of £51 which
Mr. Hudson had told them about
was one which the Vestry might
possibly deal with that day, but
as to the other amounts dealing
with Capital expenditure, they
had not provided any funds: in
the Estimates during this finan-
cial year to deal with them. He
felt that that would be a matter
which they would have to dis-
cuss when laying the estimates
for the next financial year.

The present Vestry might not
be the same next year and he did
not think it was a matter for
them to decide that day. They
were quite pleased to hear what
Mr. Hudson had to say about the
organ, but they could not commit
themselves to that extent,

Mr. Mottley said that while he
appreciated Mr. Hudson's

i ex-
planations and his sincerity in
the matter and also the Dean's

appeal, he, like the Churchwar-
den was sorry that he would not
even if they could provide this
sum which from the figures pro-

duced would be about £1,800, He

however was
for the £51
immediately.

The amount for the other sug-
gestions would mean that they
would have to get permission
from the Legislature to provide
it. He would prefer that the
Cathedral congregation, many of
whom were people of affluence,
launch a drive and raise a sub-
stantial portion of the money
and then approach the Vastry for
assistance. He thought that was

prepared to vote
for maintenance

herents of Mau Mau, the terrorist
anti-European organisation; 547
such arrests in the last seven days
in one province. And “999” cars
loaded with pistols and _ scatter
shotguns patrol this capital from
dusk to dawn, Curfew clamps
down 100,000 Africans nightly in
three distant reserves.

Firm ?

Mind, there is some question
here whether the hand of Sir
Evelyn will be firm enough.

He was, the “man on the spot”
whom Mr. Gordon Walker, when
Socialist Minister, used to but-
tress his own highly criticised
handling of the Seretse Khara
affair in Bechuanaland.

Sir Evelyn was then High Com-
missioner for the Protectorates of
Southern Africa.

Recalling that, the Kenya Afri-
can Union says: “Stay home, Sir,
Evelyn,” and accuses him of
appeasing South Africa.

‘Normal’

But everybody else wishes at
least to see Sir Evelyn at grips
with the situation here. Govern-
ment people here say it is normal
to have a three to four and a half
months’ delay in handing over.

“Sometimes the outgoing Gov-
ernor is still on leave pending
retirement. There are questions of
new staff. Government House
sometimes has to be done up,” say
officials.

Non-Government types snarl
that the times are not normal, One
local citizen says: “In 27 years I
have never known such a thing.”

Acting as Governor is Mr, Henry
Potter, who is Kenya’s Chiet
Secretary, and will revert to that
office when at last the Barings
teach here. Mr, Potter is at present
in Mombasa, where the Governor
has a house with seven bedrooms.

Naturally there is no sign of
rush or urgency at Government
House on the outskirts of Nairobi.

But I can report that the three
beautiful chandeliers in the ball-
toom have been cleaned recently.
Each chandelier contains 2,300
large crystals on a frame six feet
in diameter.

African servants did this job,
he ’
bandana weeie cot aia detaching each crystal, washing
all the grandeur for the Cathe- = pore and water, They were
dra! when there was still one “This fy ve mre) f th .

Church in St. Michael of the is house, home of the Barings
Anglican denomination — §t, for the next five years, contains

Matthews which could do with
even a second hand good organ
as the one they had was prac-
tically gone. The congregation of
this Church for instance was
drawn mainly from the agricul-
tural and other working class
people. He could not have the
conscience to vote £1,800 for
improvement to the Cathedral
organ and leave others without
any.

Defer Matter ,

He therefore suggested that
the matter be deferred and thai
the Dean should start an organ
drive among his congregation.

Mr. Symmonds said that the
matter had been brought before
the Committee which had been
appointed by the Vestry to deal
with organ repairs, just before his
ierm as Churchwarden ended.
Mr. Hudson proposed in Commit-
tee that at some time an approach
should be made to the Vestry in
connection with the matter,

As next year would be the year
of the Coronation it was felt that
it would ke a fitting tribute that
the required parts of the organ be
supplied as.an expression of loy-
alty and affection by the people
of the island to Her Majesty the
Queen.

He relinquished the office of
Churchwarden and this was the
first approach to the Vestry since
that time. He«said that he wags
in favour of having the parts for
the organ as the standard of music
in the island had sean seieed
considerably due to the £
many members of the public from
various denominations had re-
ceived at the Cathedral.

Mr. Symmonds however ee
with Mr, Mottley that it would be
a good thing for the Cathedral
congregation to contribute some
substantial amount of the required







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dining room is 70ft. by 33ft. There
are 18 spacious bedrooms for mar-
ried couples. Diplomatically this ys
the Clapham Junction of Africa.

Sir Evelyn’s health has been
tricky since a severe tropical
ilmess way back, and he has to
be careful. But swimming is per-
mitted and now plans are being
made for a swimming poo] at
Government House. That would
cost probably £7,000 and sanction
would have to be obtained for the
expenditure.

By the Ton

Government House stands in
60 acres of lawns, park lands, and
flower gardens. From the gardens.
in the Government House season,
as much as one ton of flowers is
used for decoration in one week.

The Governor runs a staff of
20 African servants, plus half a
dozen Europeans; stenographer,
chief clerk, switchboard operator,
head gardener, transport super-
intendent, and house-keeper,

Most of these hope to remain
when the Barings do come. Two
other officials—the A.D.C. and the
private secretary—usually expect
to go when a new man takes over

On The Diary

Sir Evelyn is linked with famous
bankers, and he is reputed here
to be rich, so there are hopes that
parties at Government House will
be on a more lavish seale,

In Bechuanaland not one Afri-
can attended when Sir Evelyn
called a palaver after the banish-
ment of Seretse Khama,

Here Me traffic is the other way.

There will be a rush to see the 4&

long-awaited 6ft. 2in, stranger.

When he finally gets himself amid

the “999” cars and the curfew

posters, plenty of engagements
await his approval,

Top of the list: an agricultural
show.

IN LONDON (ast night Sir Eves
lyn me: * oe in K
on September » and leave
London by air on the 28th, I
say nothing about any delay. T)
dates are those which have been
arranged.

“I an looking forward ve’
to going out. Although
never entirely recovered
an illness which I had in
many years ago, I
reasonably fit’.

much
have

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ndia
am now

—L-E.S.



sum needed for the capital ex-
penditure for the organ.

. B. A. Weatherhead said
that the expenditure needed to
ruake the organ as good as any-
where else could be had by ap-
proaching the legislature. The
amount of £1,800 mentioned could
be got at a small rate of interest
ond could be repaid in six years’
time at the rate of £300 per year.

He pointed out that this would
be no, waste of money and would
be well spent ag the organ would
probably last for another 30 or
40 years. He did not think Mr,
Hudson would come here and ask
for that money if he and the
Ene did pat Sek it would
be serving a wu purpose,

Mr. D. G, Leacock said that it
seemed quite obvious that the £51
was necessary, It seemed quite
reasonable for Mr, Hudson to put
forward the suggestion for other
repairs to the organ, but he must
agree with Mr, Mottley in one
respect that it would be better if
the congregation from the Cathe-
dral could raise some money and
then approach the Vestry.

He said that they would get
very much more sympathy from
the general public in every way if
the Cathetiral congregation raised
some reasonable proportion of
the total cost. He thought that it
would probably be best to defer
the matter until they could see if
there were any hopes of getting
some of the money from the

athedral,

e The Chairman thought it a good
suggestion and informed the Ves-
try that individual members of
the Cathedral were not unmind-
ful of the needs with regard to
the organ. He promised that he
would make mention of it in the
Cathedral Notes.

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Annual
District
Assembly

Jehovah’s “ Witnesses will be
peng: their Annual District
Assembly on September 26th,
27th, and 28th, at the Steel Shed,

ridgetown.

This is one of a series of Assem-
blies held by the Watchtower
Society in over 60 lands during
the month. of September.

Some delegates are expected
from Barbados and neighbo
islands. Sessions will start a
4.15 p.m. Friday and will con-
tinue through to Sunday night.

The Climax of the Assembly
will be reached in 9 puree address
entitled “World U , Is It Just
a Dream?” This address will be
delivered by J. M. Steelman, a
representative of the Watchtower
Society, who has travelled and
lecgjured throughout the British
West Indies and Central Ameri-
can Countries.

U.CW.L. Gets
$2,000 Grant

The University College of the
West Indies has been ed
that the ene ae ae be:
New York has m a in
$2,000 in support of research in
the Department of Zoology for the
academic year 1952—53.









HOT-HOT DAYS
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VANCOUVER, B.C.

Five west coast businessmen
have started a venture to prove
er disprove once and for ail
whether the fabulous Lost Creek
Gold mine, said to have produced
nuggets the size of walnuts, the
earch for w has claimed at
least 13 lives, does exist.

The five have formed a non-
Personal liability company and
red shares (at 12-% cents
each) to finance a geological sur-
vey of the area where the legen-
dary mine is supposed to be
located, One of two newspaper-
men who claim they were guided
to the mine site by an aging In-
dian this spring is a member of
the board of directors.

Journalist Raymond A. Munro
of North Vancouver, B. C., helped
stake the claims where the com-
Be » the Slumach Lost Creel

ld Mine, Ltd. believes the
mine is located, The company
says it intends to have a quali-

fied mining engineer make a
thorough investigation of the
area, “and prove or disprove

once and for all the legendary
Stories.”

\The mine was supposed to
have been found by an Indian
named Slumach, The Indian
appeared in New Westminster,
B.C.. prior to 1890 on many
oecasions with nuggets of gold,
but consistently refused to re-
veal the source. On one or two
occasions, the stories go, he made
arded reference to a_ Lost
reek in the Pitt Lake moun-
tains, about 50 miles northeas(
of Vancouver,
» Slumach was hanged for mur-
January 16, 1891. Before he
died on the gallows, Slumach
told his son where the mine was
located, and put a curse on the

lode that no white man wouli |

live to enjoy its proceeds.

Tommy Williams, son of Chie?
Coquitlam Williams who is said
1@ have learned the whereabouts
of the lode from Slumach’s son,

ided the newsmen to what he

to the mine site in
ato Willams the news~- ho:

en said, told them “I am an old

Yarouk sailed away,
Card-playing, drinking, late
hours, bright lights, and glamour
are evil say the Brothers, not
because they reflect the old, cor-
upt regime, but because they
are outside the teaching of the
Soran,

Ruthless . . .
Simple and ruthless is their
creed: Egypt must return to the

days when Allah decides all,
Allah decides what is right, what
is wrong. Everything comes from
Allah, and everything — without
exception — is done for Allah
alone,

Only since the army’s coup
d'etat has the Moslem Brother-
hood been able to convert these
religious beliefs into a direct
political force.

But its influence has been dis-
cernible in every political, every
anti-British or anti-West move
since the Wafdist Party abro-
gated the Anglo-Egyptian treaty
last October.

The Moslem world for Mos-
lems only was the war cry, and
battalions of Moslem Brother-
‘ood “liberation” soldiers moved
from Cairo and Alexandria into
the Canal Zone to fight the
British troops.

Success

The Brothers have played
upon deep-rooted Moslem tradi-
tions in their propaganda. a
drive home the message that all
Western or Christian ideals and
ideas are anti-Moslem.

Supporters have infiltrated the
army, the police, the colleges,
nnd the universities. Their sue-
cess has been considerable.

Many of their followers are
now among the junior officer
classes of the police and army;
} thousands more are among the
rankers.

Colleges and universities are
turning out increasing numbers
ef doctors, lawyers and journal-

ists steeped in the Moslem
Brotherhood teachings. :
These careful preparations

were maturing as Naguib took
over Egypt. And the Brother-
od was ready to move in for
action on shadow-Cabinet level.



| Three weeks ago its leaders
man now, but a oe 1 could! ,ublished a decree on what
find it. This 4 e raked lnim,| E&ypt would be like if the
The journalists s ted ‘IT Brotherhood attained power.
although deep el, at the} The decree warned that there
thorough | investigation 0 rter. | WOuld be no more night clubs,
creek at that time, In + on nt,{ 20 cinemas, no books unless
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sencing until early hours under
seft lights; the Helmeyer Palace,
eut beyond the Heliopolis road,
where a czigane orchestra will
oarry its melody into any private
box after the cabaret artist =4
‘nished painting faces on

backs of showgirls; the Excelsior
club, in Alexandria, where the
main attraction is the act of the
aven-haired dancing twins.

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With them will surely fade the
near-by Searabee and San

‘ittephano private gambling clubs
where slqapy-eyed women and
qgrim-faced men sit until break-
fast-time trying to win back the
‘housands they have lost at
baccarat.

When the night light snuffers
‘ave done their work little will
be left for the tourist trade, one
of Egypt's greatest money-spin-
ning industries until the sacking
et Cairo early this year.

Naguib, the soldier, will then
face a test as a statesman. He
will need money. And idealists
like the Brothers usually lose
when they clash with the men
of the Treasury.

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Friday, September 26, 1952

Training For Tourists

THE increasing attention which is being
paid to hotels, government and communica-
tion companies to advertising Barbados in
world outside is praiseworthy.

With the Bahamas, Bermuda and Jamaica
spending very large sums of money every
year, Barbados cannot sit back and hope to
receive without spending something.

Yet there is a danger of Barbados spend-
ing all its money on outside advertising
when some of it could profitably be spent
locally. aT

Tourism is Barbados’ biggest ‘industry
after sugar, but because its connection with
the Barbadian economy has never been
adequately emphasized by government
spokesmen, some Barbadians still oppose
tourism as something inimical to their
interests. Might not the Hotel Association
and the Barbados Publicity Committee co-
operate in a planned campaign to sell
tourism to Barbadians as well as to visitors
from abroad?



Until every Barbadian is educated to
understand that tourism is the greatest
friend to the Barbadian economy after
sugar there will always be an active fifth
column here to sabotage the efforts which
the Publicity Committee, the hotel pro-
prietors, the Hotel Association and the
communication companies are making to
bring visitors to Barbados.

The people of Barbados must understand
that unless tourists prefer Barbados to
other West Indian islands living standards
here will drop. Only tourism offers sub-
stantial long term sources of revenue and
employment.

A newspaper advertising campaign to
convince every Barbadian that tourism
affects everyone individually could be fol-
lowed by a list of “dos” and “donts” for
the tourist-minded.

Boy Scouts and Girl Guides have an in-
valuable role to play in assisting the touris|
development of Barbados and it is surpris-
ing that their help has not yet been asked.
Who better than Boy Scouts or Girl Guides
to persuade the residents of the districts
in which they live to keep streets tidy,
open lands free from litter and beaches
spotless? If every Saturday for threc
months a procession of Scouts and Guides
were to parade throughout the towns and
villages of Barbados carrying banners re-
questing “everyone to “Keep* Barbados
Clean” would not an indelible mark have
been madé in peoples’ minds?

A clean and tidy Barbados, an island of
neatly painted houses and well-kept
gardens is worth thousands of dollars of
advertising, because every tourist whe
comes to the island will be pro or anti-
Barbados on their returnhome. We shoulc
study to make them praise us.

Only an immature mind could suggest
that the ugliness of Barbadian huts and
hovels could be. transformed overnight
even within'a decade. It is going to be an
uphill task to keep Barbadian homes up te
the standards already achieved in the

. difficult years ahead. But much more
could be done to make the island more at-
tractive to visitors. More flowering shrubs
could be planted along highways for
instance. The oleanders which run for a
few hundred yards along the road near
Gibbs’ Beach offer an example of how
several stretches of Barbados’ road might
be transformed to look beautiful.

Country shops ought to offer some facili-
ties to tourists driving around the country-
side. Two or three large umbrellas,
sanded floors and half a dozen chairs and a
few tables might be provided by the manu-
facturers of beverages to country shop-
keepers: to help them entice the tourist to
stop for refreshment. Needless to say the
presence of new paint and cleanliness

would also be required.

These and other suggestions have been
made almost unceasingly in the columns zs

is news rv, vet the organisations mos
nana? white reste din the tourist trade seem
either incapable of adopting some or all of
them or are reluctant to break new ground.

Their slowness to act in no way lessens
the greatness of the educational task which
has to be tackled before all Barbadians
give tourism their whole-hearted support.

Meanwhile hotels and residential clubs
and all the shops of Bridgetown ought to
waste no more time, but should arrange
courses for shop assistants, telephone
operators, receptionists, waiters, bell boys
ete. “ait
The lack of enterprise shown, by the
average shop assistant of Bridgetown or
the inexpertness of hotel telephone opera-
tors is not due to any mental or other de-
ficiencies but directly traceable to lack of
proper training for such service.

Since the government of Barbados has
~ sirable subjects for study in certain schools
the shops and hotels which seek the
patronage of tourists ought to arrange
courses for their own employees. If this
island gets a reputation for politeness and
cheerfulness of service and if tourists are
welcomed by everyone of us, most of our
urgent problems will have disappeared.
Tourism is one of the world’s most valuable
industries.

It must be recognised and encouraged by
all Barbadians.
















































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i prescription at

nedicine,














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Ce SD RS SE em

Prescription Charge Makes, NiGROES PUT A SQUEEZE |

Britain’s Medicine Swillers

BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

Think Twice |

LONDON, »

On June 3rd last, two days
fier Britons began paying a
1ominal shilling charge for medi-
‘ine prescribed under the Nation~
ud Health Service, a Londom news-
oeper columnist composed a neat
wece of verse which practically
ummmed up the psychology of the
evy. It said:
in mournful numbers,
fancied ills you can't endure;
he chemist’s ‘bob’ is just the job

To prove, my friends, a sovereign cure.

How true. And how right of

the British Government to :nake

he nation’s medicine swillers
hink twice before running off for
the slightest
niffle, the smallest ache.

‘That was happening. Only too
learly. In just four years of free
prescription figures
umped from 170 million to a
taggering 228 million, Every

nen, woman and child in Brit-

in was drinking down an aver-
ie of four and a half bottles of
ure-all annually.

Then the shilling charge went
n— and the Ministry of
fealth estimates to save £12 mil-
ion in the first year.

‘The ‘system is working smooth-
y after inevitable early grum-
nes. Britons have accepted the
charge almost unreservedly for
vhat it is—a deterrent to over-
csing and an effort to reduce the
ealth service bill a little.
Available returns since: intro-
‘vetion of the charge show, how-
ver, that something more than
. shilling could have been im-
osed, The decrease in the num-
er of prescriptions dispensed is
1ot as great as the Ministry of
fealth would like .and it is be-
eved the shilling is not deterring
1! who made a habit out of en-
irely free medicine,

Overall Decline

The first month, June, showed
un overall decline for England
nd Wales of 15.57 per cent. in
he number of prescriptions filled
ut. But in July, which provides
he latest figures available, the
iecrease was only 5.5 per cent.
There is a partial explanation
‘or this. Patients know the shill-
ng charge was coming and it is
hought many stocked up on
nedicine at the last minute.
july found then back at the doc-
or’s rooms again.

However, even a reduction of
ive per cent. would save 11 mil-
‘on prescriptions annually. The

of

e
aving “to be far more, though
hey admit it is still too early
or accurate predictions.

It has been established that
nore prescriptions are being
ntered on each chargeable pre-
‘eription form now than before
he levy was introduced. The
hilling eharge is made for each
»rescription form, irrespective of
he number of items prescribed
m it. It is therefore profitable
o the ‘patient to have as many
tems on one form as he can per-
suade the doctor to prescribe.
The average number of items
»1 each form in June was 1.69
compared with 1.57 in June last
ear. In July, the ratio dropped
, point to 1.68, against 1.57 in
fuly, 1951. Some areas, for no

W.L Culture

'o the Editor, the Advocate,
SIR,—please permit me_ space
» congratulate Herr Hopkinson
mn the candid autobiography he
vublished in his letter to you last
saturday, It is alas, all too true
hat the vulgarisation of educa-
ion is producing numbers of
learned fools” and “incapable
hinkers”. who hasten to reveal
heir obtuseness with an equally
»xtensive eloquence, But in how
ew of these do we find the self-

evelation shown by Herr Hop-

sinson!

To me, of course, it was already
-vident that he was merely wish-
ng for a West Indian culture
vhich would not belittle him by
possessing alien standards of civ-
lisation he felt himself unable to
attain. But now that he has con-
‘essed his own inadequacies his
vosition can be readily understood
»y everybody. I have only one
uggestion to make. He will find
he names for those unfortunate
,abits of mind he lists in any
‘ood text book of Logic—a thing
which, as far as I know, West
indian culture has not yet pro-

duced,
I am, sir,
DR. JUNG.

God Save The Queen

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—Quite recently I heard a
oarty of visitors discussing the
mueh vaunted attachment of Bar<
badians to the Crown, of which
hey had heard and read so much,
They seemed to be puzzled over
his, as from their personal obser-
vation no more than 20%. of most
ratherings paid any attention to
he playing of the National An-
hem. I had nothing to contribute
‘o the discussion, but hold the
wrivate opinion that 20% is an
ver-estimate.

May I venture to suggest that
the Coronation Committee — en-
jeavour to correct this unsatis-
‘actory state of a. hg Fe
uading the ulation to stan
Meese ore Pruneovered, during
“God Save The een!"

: BIRNAM WOOD

Class Differences

"o the Editor, The Advocate;
SIR.Grudgingly Christian ad-

mits (1) that there are different

Classes in this’ island, (2) that

there is unnecessary - suffer-
ing and (3) that human be-
ings should not be denied
their rights, He still thinks,
however, that MUM should be
the word,

Since apparently, his brain-box
is still buried in the sand, permit
me to tell the world that it was

CHRISTIAN who all this while
was trying, quite disgustingly, to
raise the CLASS question. Is it
that he does not know the differ-
between “different classes”
liffere

ces”?

By Brett Oliver

apparent reason,
the average.
Concern

This lumping of prescriptions
on to one form is causing concern,
The ‘Pharmaceutical Journal’,
official organ of the Pharmaceu-
tical Society, observes: ‘If this

are well above

POCKET CARTOOR
by OSBERT LANCASTER

Honourable Lord nor yt
all fixed up for honourable
Coronation—Yes?



tendency continues, the amount
received from the levy will fall
short of the anticipated reduction
in national expenditure, and on
the pharmaceutical side it may
well slow down still further the
rate of pricing prescriptions. Are
doctors deliberately using fewer
forms to help their patients?’

It seems they are.

Off-setting to an extent the
income from prescription charger
is the continued rise in prescrip-
tion costs, In June, the average
cost of each prescription priced
was about 4s, 2d., compared with
just under 4s. 1d. in May and 3s,
10d. in June last year. The total
cost of medicines and general
pharmaceutical goods supplied un-
der prescriptions in the current
financial year has been estimated
at £35,650,000, representing al-
most 10 per cent. of the whole
national health service bill.

Simple Systtm

The prescription charge system
works simply enough. The fee
covers medicines, dressings and
appliances ordered by the family
doctor on a prescription form and
supplied by a chemist, or supplied
by a doctor who does his own
dispensing. The only exception to
the shilling rule is in the prescrib-
ing of elastic hosiery; in that case
the patient pays between 5/- and
10/- for each article.

The patient who gets a pre-

scription form from a doctor pays levy

the shilling to the chemist who
makes up the order. In country
areas where doctors do their own
dispensing the money is paid to
the doctor instead, And in some
remote country districts, there are





Our Readers Say ;

In his last letter Christian stu-
pidly introduces the RACE ques-
tion. Soon he will be charging
me with starting a race riot, What
a bird |

As a diversion I was going to
tell him about the sweet potato
and fresh fish racket—how it is
operated nowadays, but I am
afraid he might accuse me of try-
ing to starve the victims of ham-
mer and anvil—the Middle Class!

Cc. B. ROCK,

Income Tax
To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—The public heartily agree
with your comments un the late-
ness of the fixing of the rate of
Income Tax, as the Legislature in
dealing with the Estimates in
March have before them the
amount that Government has de-
cided to levy under this head, so
that the Income Tax Office would
appear to be at fault in not fur-
nishing the requisite figures or
perhaps it is the failure of the
general public to send their re-
turns in time, if rumours are cor-
rect the latter condition seems
more to blame than the former,
it is rumoured that the Income
Tax Commissioner has not been
able up to the present to get in
all of the returns for the year
before,

It should be clear that the tax
eannot be fixed in March or April
when all the returns are not
furnishable within the date.

The public fully realize that if
Government did nv fix a penalty
for non payments tihe tax would
never be paid.

You suggest that there is a
possibility of the Company tax
being increased next year, it
makes one wonder if Govern-
ment realizes that the Companies
are at present paying 7/6 income
tax and 2/7 in trade tax (apart
from Police and Highway taxes)
that is 10/1 in the & over half
their profit.

The solution to the whole mat-
ter is an amendment to the
Income Tax Act providing for
payment as you go, then at the
end of the year those who have
over paid would be refunded and
those who have underpaid would
be required to pay the additional
amount,

This would make it easier for
the salaried clerk and the pen-
sioner and would also ensure a
more correct return being made.

Yours,
CLERK.

Musician’s Plight
To The Editor, The Advocate

IR,—I certainly do get some
amusement at times when I
read ‘Nobody's Diary’ written by

somebody,’ whom I often con-
sider crazy, but in the issue of
Sept. 20th, I certainly had to
take notice of that section which
touched on the Police Band.
Firstly, there was never in ex«
istence a local musician’s union

Elastic hosiery, 5/- or 10/~ each;

special local arrangemerts uncer
which the payrgent is made to tne}
chemist or doctor with a shilling |
stamp. : j

Some people’ do not have toa
pay the shilling at all. Peopie get-
ting national assistance are re-
funded their shilling when next |
they draw their assistayze money,
having been given a special re-
ceipt by the chemist or doctor,

War pensioners also get a refund
in the same way, where the pre-
scription is needed because of
accepted war disabiliites. Other
people can claim hardship but
must convince the National Assis-
tance Board of a genuine inability
= pay before getting their shilling

ack.

Out-patients at hospitals are
charged each time medicines or
drugs are dispensed to them but
do not pay for those administered
at the hospital Nor do out-
patients receiving national tents|



tance or war ions or patients
attending V.D, clinics. No in-
patient of a hospital has to pay.
Appliances supplied through a
hospital are charged for thus:

surgical abdominal supports, £1

each; surgical footwear, £3 a

pair; and wigs, £2. 10. 0. each.
No Charge

There is no charge where the
appliance is supplied by the hos-
pital to a child under 16 or at-
tending school full-time, to
national assistance and war pen-
sion recipients or to in-patients
at the time the appliance is sup-|
plied.

The history of prescription
charges really goes back to 1949
when the Socialist Government
took powers under an Amend-
ment Act to introduce charges.
It never used them. At the time,
Mr. Atlee said there had been
evidence of an unnecessary re-
course to doctors, and that the
fee should be imposed as a deter-
rent and economy measure. The
then Minister of Health, Mr.
Aneurin Bevan, resisted the
move strongly, and it was left to
the Tory Government to take the



on,

t the time of Mr. Attlee’s pro-
posals there was a definite
awareness that the national
health service expenditure was
getting out of hand. Sir Stafford
Cripps, in his 1949 Budget, ad-
vocated a ceiling on expenditure
and one of £400 million was, in
fact, imposed in the 1950 Budget
of Mr. Hugh Gaitskell.

Since then, actual expenditure
on the health service has been
kept below the ceiling — though
the £40 million promised as
back pay to doctors under a new
salary revision will, with other
increased costs, take the bill next
year to more than £400 million.

The present Government has
sought to recoup some of the
outlay by introducing charges
for both dental treatment and
supply of spectacles, besides the
on prescrif¢ions. Since the
national health service started
on July 5th, 1948, the actual cost
to the Exchequer has risen from
£305,300,000, in the first full
year, to £358,202,000, the esti-
mate for 1952-3.

eaten eect

except maybe in thought. This is
to be expected because the aver-|
age local musician is prejudiced |
and very fond of peity jealousies
and added to these, he only gives
‘jack his jacket’ when severe
pressure is brought to bear—just
like any other ‘bajan;’ I speak of
the majority, but that is by the
way.

Secondly—this is very impor-
tant—Tiere are only two Drees
rely or orchestras Bar-
bados, tz which the Police Dance
orchestra is likely to be a threat
or to give any competition to;
these are namely, the Percy
Green orchestra once led by Mr.
Maggie Goodridge,, popular pian-
ist (I don’t know the present
leader—if there is one) and this
orchestra cer has grounds
for complaint first from this angle.
The popular seasonal and other
much looked toward for dances
at the Marine Hotel, Paradise
Beach Club and the Y.M.P.C,
just to mention a few, plus those
functions held annually by cer-
tain local organisations, formed
a main part of work done by the
Percy Green orchestra, now, |

so-nadetiginnaetasasip eagles a nacate a= ate

are done by the Police Orchestra.
Secondly one of the said orches-
tra’s ‘key men’ is virtually the
leader of the Police Dance Or-
chestra,

The next orchestra is Mr.
Clivie Gittens’ and I don’t hon-
estly think that orchestra
has suffered much or can suffer
much due to the existence of tne
Police Dance Orchestra,

that they

I
should not to compete
with the local orchestras, but I
do also subscribe to the idea that
they should be allowed to con-
tinue in existence until the local
musicians decide among them-
selves that leadership is the
choice of many, but it just does
mot fit any. Also, that every ex-
isting body works under a proper
system of control, those that do
not soon disintegrate and become
extinct. Also, that every minute |
part of the machinery of any ex-
isting body is just as important
as the other, This last point is
worthy of note to local musicians
and this is the reason:—

In a dance orchestra as in any
other work combine, one will
find men of different socia] stand-|
ing as well as moral outlook,
but there is always a tendency
among bandsmen to snub the
guy who happens to be less fortu-
nate financially or socially than
himself,, and then at the same
time to expect his full coopera-
tion and spiritedness. This is
asking the impossible, ‘Mr. Big;’
just grease the ‘stiff neck you
carry so as to allow it to turn
just a little to meet the craning
neck of the little guy whose neck
certainly aches in trying to meet
your stiff gaze, When this has
been: accomplished, form among
yourselves, four or five good)
orchestras and a musicians union}
with a thorough understaning|
emong yourselves and with a}
determination to adhere to what-}
ever principles vou lay down,

BRUCE HUSBANDS.











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1953
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NEW YORK.

GIVE us our full freedom. This call, from
America’s Negroes, sounds louder and loud-
er through the land-today. They mean the
freedom to vote, to work, and enjoy educa-
tion on equal terms with whites.

Negroes in northern cities have already
obtained so fully the right to vote that they
have become a power in November’s presi-
dential election.

And now Congressman Adam Clayton
Powell jun., a Democratic leader in Harlem
New York’s half-million strong Negro quar-
ter, proposes to use this power to get similar
freedom for Negroes in the South. 1

He wants the Government to force. the \
scuthern whites to give it to them. He
threatens to withdraw Negro voting support
from Democratic candidate Adlai Stevenson
in four great northern cities, New York,
Detroit, Chicago and Pittsburg.

Powell is going to see Stevenson and de-
mand that he shall promise*to work for a,
civil rights law.

Republican leaders tell the Negroes that
the way to get full freedom is to vote for
Eisenhower. But Powell claims that Eisen-
hower is opposed to whites and Negroes in
the same military units.

So Powell threatens a Negro boycott of
both parties.

HOME NOTE. Powell is married to Hazel
Scott, composer, pianist and singer who ap-
peared on the London stage last year. She
plays boogie woogie—and classical stuff like
Bach.

CLARE BOOTHE LUCE, wife of maga-
zine publisher Henry Luce, served two years
in the House of Representatives. Now she
announces she is available if Connecticut vot-
ers want to elect her to the Senate in place
of the late Senator Brien McMahon. She is
at present in Hollywood writing a screen
plav from her story “Pilate’s Wife.”

FOOD PRICES in America have jumped
so high that it may be necessary to reealll
Congress to control them, said a report ‘to
President Truman from his price stabilser.
Ellis Arnall.

YES, said Wilbur Hicks to his wife in a
public house at Owensboro, Kentucky you
can have a divorce. Then he exploded
killing himself and injuring her. He had
hidden half a stick of dynamite under his
shirt.

MR. CHARM is the nickname of Stuart
Symington, former U.S. Air Secretary, be-
cause he could sell doubters an idea in 30
seconds. Today he sold the voters of
Missouri, home State of his ex-boss Harry
Truman, the idea of nominating him as
Democratic candidate for the Senate.

FLYING SAUCER pyjamas have lumin-
ous discs which glow at night. ;

IN Tajunga, California, seven-year-old
Leonard Ross, who has passed his radio
operator’s examination for a Government }}
licence, reads encyclopedias, has memoriséd
the names of the kings of England for fuin,
adds fractions in his head and argues with

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AH, the trials of a price controller!

Tighe Woods, the new price boss, an-
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He decided to go out, meet housewives,
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Food prices remained stationary in the
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THE Republicans and Democrats are esti-
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IN New York City, 1,200,000 pupils went to
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C.J. Refuses

Court Must Make
Decision By Petition

HIS LORDSHIP Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery, in the

Court of Ordinary yesterd

ay, refused the application of

Mr. D'Arcy A. Scott, Government Auctioneer, to propound
the will of William Wallace Woodriffe, late of No. 4 Tudor

Street, against which a Ca’

Clyde Archer, Constituted Attorney of Joseph N. Wood-
riffe, a’son of the deceased, and one of the executors and

veat has been entered by Mr.

a beneficiary under an earlier will.

His Lordship ruled that the
matter should be brought before
the Court by a petition by either
of the two parties, in view of the
fact that there were before the
Court two wills, filed for pro-

bate by the propounder Mr.
Scott. His Lordship further
directed that the will be not

admitted in Common Form.

Mr. D. H. L. Ward, instruc-
ted by Messrs, Haynes & Griffith,
Solicitors, appeared on behalf of
the propounder, Mr. Scott,
while Mr, E. K, Walcott, Q.C.,
instructed by Messrs. Hutchin-
son & Banfield, Solicitors,
appeared for the Caveator.

On the 7th July this year;
Messrs. Haynes & Griffith filed
on behalf of Mr. Scott, a will
purporting to be the last will and
testament of Mr, Woodriffe, and
dated 13th September, 1951, in
which Mr. Scott is named as
sole executor, and the only bene-
ficiary. This is the Will which
Mr. Scott is seeking to have
propounded.

On the 22nd July, also of this
year, Mr. Scott personally filed
in the Registry, an earlier will
dated 19th June, 1951, and in
which Joseph Nathaniel Wood-
riffe, son, and Dorothy Leonaro
Cachie, daughter, of Mr. Wood-
riffe, are named as joint execu-
tors, and beneficiaries.

At the commencement of the
matter yesterday morning, Mr.
E. K. Walcott, the Caveator’s
Counsel raised a_ legal point
regarding the procedure to be
adopted, and said that according
to his instructions, there were
two wills file by his learned
friend’s client. If that were so,
the Chief Justice had brought to
his attention on the last occasion
when the matter was mentioned
in Court, Rule 8 (1) of the Rules
of the Court of Ordinary, under
the heading of CONTENTIOUS
MATTERS — PROCEDURE PRI-
OR TO HEARING, which states:

“In all cases in which wills,
codicils, or testamentary papers
are to be proved jin solemn form,
or in which one or more wills or
testamentary papers are pro-
pounded for the selection or
opinion of the Court, and in all
contentious ‘matters of the same,
shall be brought before the
Court by petition, which shall
contain a narrative as concise as
possible “of the material facts and
circumstances on which the party
petitioning . relies.”

Caveat Lodged

He had lodged a Caveat on
behalf of his client under Rule
XI, because he was not going to
be left out of the Court. He
argued that the moment anybody
filed two wills in Court, they
could only, and were only filed
for the purpose of propounding
them. and for proof and for
selection, and that had to be
done under Rule 8 (1), which
said it should be done by a peti-
tion.

If it were true that his learned
friend’s client put two wills in
Court. they were filed only for
one reason, and that was for the
Court to decide which of either

should be proved in solemn
form,

Mr. Ward said he could not
agree with the argument

advanced by his learned friend,
because there could be no ques-
tion that if the second will were
good, the first could never be
admitted in Court. There was
no question as to dates or in the
ease of selected wills, which was.
the last will of the person, or
where two or three wills were
put up in Court, and on the face

of neither it was clear which
was the last. Then it was the
duty of the Court to make a

relection for the purpose of say-
ing which was or was not the
last will.

Nor was there in the matter
hefore them, any question of
doubtful revocation. Unless the
will was a forgery, all testamen-
tary documents both under the
Revocation Clause and under the
Disposition of Property Clause,
show that the last will jis an
entire revocation of the first, and
the first will was as gi as if
it were destroyed.

Mr. Ward argued that the two
wills were not put into Court by
Hig client to ask selection of the
Will. According to his instruc-
tions, one will was filed for pro-
bate. and one was filed for the
information of the Court.

And according to the Act,
every other testamentary paper
must be filed in the Registrar’s











Office. It was not therefore a
ouestion of onybody coming to
the Court 1 i out which will
was to be hated. ‘They were
asiis r prebate of the last
will ix omm n. They also
prod will as a revo-
cation last one. If the
other sid ! to, they could
set up a C it, and ask for pro-
bate of the first will.

Cites Will Dispute



Mr. Wa S a precedent £75. SOWRDE GCO.L7B..
the matier Rawlins Will igttown, “
Dispute, in + the Caveator| Barbades,
had to pe to have one of
three wills propounded, and sug-
gested that there should be some
uniformity in matters of that
sort coming befere the Court.

His I hit ijourned for a
short while to refer to the previ-
ous case, and on _ resumption,

out that on
it was clear that
stamped for probate.
rd explained
to | instructions,

pointed

the two wills,
they

Mr

were
We

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other was

the face of

that

was filed for
filed }

VESTR YMEN
WRANGLE OVER
ADVERTISEMENT

From Page 1.
Press in connection with the
scholarships and those children
who sat the examination and were
placed would feel that they were
entitled to the scholarships. It
would therefore become very
hard on them if they were not
awarded any. scholarships.

Mr. Gale said that an advertise-
ment was inserted in the Press
with regard to the scholarships,
the people answered the adver-
tisement in good faith and there
was nothing that could be done
about it.

He said that nothing had been
drawn to his attention about any
change with regard to the ages
for the scholarships. There were
21 applicants who had complied
with the advertisement and if
Vestry did not award the schol-
orships, they woulq be making a
breach of contract,

Mr. J. O. Tudor said that he was
totally in agreement with Mr.
Gale’s remarks. Having put in that
advertisement in the newspapers
those children who sat the exam-
ination and were recommended
for the scholarships would have to
be awarded them, If an error had
been made concerning the age as
was set out in the advertisement
that was no fault of the appli-
cants,

Mr. B. A. Weatherhead also
expressed disagreement with the
edvertisement concerning the ages
and said that it was wrong.

Irregular Procedure

Mr. Mottley said that the proce-
dure seemed very irregular and
mage one suspicious, From what
the Clerk had said, he had in the
month of July been informed of
the vacant Archer Gittens Schol-
arship. He was told of no other
vacancies then and proceeded to
advertise for applicants for that
Scholarship and any other Vestry
Scholarships at St., Michael’s
School that might become vacent.

In the month of August the
Clerk said that he was told of
three vacancies at St. Michael’s
Girls’, for which Mr, Mottley
said there was no direct advertise-
ment,

It was therefore not surprising
that the situation had arisen.
What made it worse he said was
that the Clerk further informed
them that the examination for
the admission of Vestry scholars
to the School was only held after
the School was opened, Could
anyone think of a greater lack of
interest or of greater disrespect
to the Vestry? What was more
significant was that three of the
four candidates recommended
from the examination results were
already pupils of the school. The
entire procedure, he said, seemed
foreign to the one Miss Burton,
the headmistress of the school had
asked the Vestry to comply with
namely, that one examination a
year should be held and candi-
dates should be selected during
the year from that list.

If there had been an error let
it be admitted instead of
to fool the Vestry. In his opinion
something was wrong somewhere
and some person or _ persons
were fooling. He was interested
in seeing the right thing done and
was not prepared to award the
Scholarships that day until he had
got the. true facts. No harm
could be done to the children as
they were already ‘in the school.

Who could be fooled in this
island that only 21. children
would be found to apply for four
properly advertised scholarships
at the St. Michael’s Girls’ School?

At this stage the meeting
terminated due to the Ick of a
quorum,



for the information of the Court.
He said it was no fault of his
client‘s but the fault of the Re-
gistration Department,

Giving his ruling in the matter,
His Lordship said that in the
matter, there were two wills
before the Court, It had been
contended by Mr. Ward that it
was merely a Registration prac-
tice—one which was to be depre-
cated—which insisted that both
wills in matters of that sort
should come before the Court,
Be that as it may, and although
it might be Registration practice,

Application To

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

~~

HODY FISHED GUT SEA



TT OF THE CROWD which sa
ter removed to the Public Mortuary yesterday morning after it
was found floating in the Careenage about 10.15 a.m. the same day.

w the body of 34-ycar-old- Hynford

Women Fined£2. 10
For Bodily Harm

HIS WORSHIP Mr. C.
of District “A”, yesterday

L. Walwyn, Police Magistrate
fined Irene Harding (51) and

‘Etheline Callender (24) both of Bath Village, Christ
Church, £2 10s. for inflicting bodily harm on Gretel

Harding on May 31.

Dead Body

Fished Out
Of Careenage

Shortly after 10 a.m. yesterday



two Police Constables, patrolling

the inner careenage in the Police
launch found the dead body of
34-year-old Vincentian Hynford
Paynter an engineer of the
Schooner Rainbow M., floating on
the water, A piece of old rope was
tied around the dead man’s neck.

The body of the man_ was
fished out by the Police and taken
to the Public Mortuary where a
post mortem examination was
performed by Dr. A. S. Cato the
same day.

Married Man

Capt. G. Marxs master of the
Schooner Rainbow M., now at
anchor in the Careenage told an
“Advocate” reporter yesterday
that the deceased who was a
married man with two children
left the schooner on the night of
September 23.

The next day he asked some ot
the crew if they had heard any-
thing about the deceased but thy
all said no and he reported the
matter to the Police.

The date for an inquest which
will be ,held before His Worship
Mr. G. B. Griffith has not yet been
fixed.

Rice Still In
Short Supply

The “Advocate” is still in
receipt of complaints that house-
wives in general are unable to
secure adequate supplies of rice.

It has been pointed out that of
the 987 bags of rice reported to
have been brought to the island by
the schooner Philip Davidson on
Tuesday, September 16, only 500
bags could have been used to help
to ease the shortage since the other
487 bags contained broken. rice

which would be used as animal
feed

The Financial Secretary at a
Press Conference said that 2,000
bags of rice were expected from
British Guiana during that week
and a further two thousand bags
were due this week.

As from October 1, he said,
regular supplies would be resum-
ed since the milling of the new
crop would commence.



he held that in the case there)

were two wills before the Court,
and they could only be there for
the selection of the Court, and
the matter, as a result, must
according to Rule 8 (1) of the
Rules of the Court of Ordinary
be brought before the Court b.
petition.

His Lordship pointed out that
if the ‘opcunder did no. bring
the petition, in his view, it was
also open to the other party to
bring the petition He would also
add that the will be not admitted
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The fine is to be paid im 14 days
or in default one month’s impris-
cnment with hard labour. Gretel
Harding told the Court that both
defendant beat her with a stick.

The case which Irene Harding
brought against Gretel Harding for
f&ssaulting and beating her on
March 31, was dismissed without
prejudice by Mr. C. L. Walwyn,

LABOURER FINED :

Twenty-four-year-old lebourer
Sydney Rudder of Passage Road,
St, Michael, was fined 15/- To be
paid in 14 days or 14 days’ im-
prisonment by His Worship Mr.
Cc. L. Walwyn for inflicting bodily
harm on Hazel Dottin of Passage
Road.

The offence was committed on
August 18, Rudder pleaded guilty.
Dottin said Rudder hiy her across
her left foot with a stick while
they had a row.

REMANDED :

“His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn
Police Magistrate of District “A”

yesterday remanded Gwendolyn
Jeffers, a 34-year-olq domestic
servant of Roebuck Street, St.

Michael until October 2 on charges
cf inflicting grievous bodily harm
on Elise Jackman with a knife
and wounding Olga Bowen of
Nelson Street,

The charges stated that oth
offences were committed on Sep-«
tember 25. Inspector Franklyn
attached to Central Police Station
is prosecuting for the Police,

CASE ADJOURNED :

The case in which Edmund
Jordan, a carpenter of Goodland,
St. Michael, is charged with using
threats to Elise Hall on July 27,
was yesterday adjourned until
Geptember 29 by His Worship Mr.
G, B. Griffith, Acting Police Mag-
istrate of District “A”.

Counsel in the case are Mr.
Di HM. Te Ward for Jordan while
Mr. J B. Dear is appeaging for
Elise’ Hall,

CLAIMS £5 DAMAGES :

In the Petty Debt Court of
District “A” yesterday, His Hon-
eur Mr. H. A, Talma adjourned
until October 1 the case in which
Beryl Pinder of Bay Land, St.
Michael, is claiming £5 damages
from Arnold Pinder, also of Bay
Land, St. Michael, for committing,
malicious damages to furniture
which she claims is her own,

She told the Court that the
offence was committed on August

DRIVER CHARGED :

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Di
,trict “A” yesterday adjourned
| until September 29, the case in



\which the Police has charged
| Norman Jemmott, a 25-year-old
salesman of Worthing, Chr-st

Church with driving the car M—
948 on Culloden Road, St. Michael



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SATIN—36 ins. wide





Propound Will

Four Vessels
Arrive

oA steamship,
ie

one moto; vessel
ma schooners arrived in port
during the past two day The
ei oonvers, which urivel were
tard W. from Trinidad
Captain C. Wallace and
towsyd If foom Martinique
Captain Barnes. Both of
ve hs we consigned ‘to
he West Indies Schooner Own-
\

he motor

va

seeciauon
vessel which ar-
Caribbee from
r Captain :
This vesstl whieh is
nsigned to the Schoener
Association brought a
f fresh fruit to
ind Along with this
fruit which numbered
and 36 crates, the
» brought 84 bags of
vessel which hag a
nt of 100 tons has a
many of whom hail
ihe vessel's home port of
Montserrat,
Yre other

i the

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marca unac

Gump
’

0

ks
Caribbee

i Thi
complactm
crew of 13

irom

arrival wes the SS.




Canedian Chatienger which ar-
rived from Montreal with pas-
seng*rs and general cargo for
the island. There were 10 pas-

sengers landing and 14 intransit,

Th’s vessel wnich is under the
command of Captain V. N
Clarke also brought general car-
ge to the island. The cargo con-
sisted of 1885 bags of flour, 112
packages of ovaltine, 13 tierces of
pickled meat. Other cargo in-
cluded stationery, peanuts, elec-
tric goods, brooms, wheat and
fruit, and spice from the islands.

“TROJAN” REPAIRED

The launch “Trojan” which was
undergoing extensive repairs on
‘ae site near the Government
crane was returned to the water
yesterday afternoon. The “Tro-
jan” was taken from the water
about six weeks ago to undergo
minor repairs, but while these re ~
pairs were being carried out it
was found that more extensive
repairs were necessary.

Yesterday afternoon tts crew
assisted in replacing it on the
water, in order to give it a trial
run,

The launch “Sea Prince” which
was damaged in an incident with
one of the life ooats of tho
French liner Colombije is due to
take the place of the Trojan in
the near future,

\ BUSY DAY.

Hand-cart owners had a busy
day again yesterday. This was
cecasioned by the arrival of the
motor vessel Caribbee from Dom-

irica with a shipment of
oranges, grapefruit, lemons and
tangerines, That part of the

wharfside near the berth of the
motor vessel was very busy yes-
terday afternoon as dealers in
this commodity sought thei
various consignments, which the
vessel had brought.

Snow-ball venders made most
of the opportunity to do trade,

as hawkers, sweating in the
bhurning sun assisted the vessel's
crew in unloading the cargo

which they seemed very eager to
have.

HARGED.

CECIL MOORE, a_ boatman
of. Passage Road, St. Michael
was discharged from the
General Hospital yesterday after-



Cc

noon, Moore was detained at
the Hospital on September 24
after one of the lifeboats of the
S.S, Colombie broke its tackle

from the davits and fell over the
side of the ship damaging ti
stern of the launch Sea Prince
about 10 a.m. the same day.
Moore who was a member of
the crew of a row boat which
was near the stern of the launch

et the time of the incident re-
eeived injuries to his shoulder
and spine.

ES
without due care and attention on
December 25,

Sgt. Forde of the Traffic Branch,
Central Station, is prosecuting on
behalf of the Police. -

Yesterday Clarence Brathwaite
of Culloden Road, told the Court
that while riding his bicycle on

rtulloden Road, he was involved
in on accident with the car
M—48, He noticed that the

defendant was the driver.

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residents of Oistins
that fish and sea-
€ggs are scarce when the Advocate
paid a‘visit there yesterday.

Sometimes fish can be had with-
out any trouble, but now tha
there are so little catches, people |
make a rush for their quota. The
most popular fish in supply is the
red fish, and as some people say,
these fish come out of the sea
with names on them, that is th
fisherman has his regular cus
tomers,

PREPARE NETS





Fishermen were preparing thei
nets yesterday, the biggest nc j
being a seine net. Seine boats aiv|
hauled up on the beach now fo. |
r " |

There was little activity aroun |
the town and fishermen had
gathered in cool places discussin,: |
the various types of fish ee

could be caught at this time c!
the year.

AT ALMSHOUSE



Many persons gathered at the |
Christ Church Alinshouse yeste: - |
day awaiting the doctors attend-
ance. The busiest days for the
doctors are Thursdays.

Two doctors are always ther
one for the young, and the oth«
for the old.

PREFER RIVER

Mbre than a dozen boys we:
seen bathing in the St. Lawrence
river yesterday. Some of then
prefer the river to the sea, be-
cause the water is always calm.

Police Band At |
Hastings Rocks

The Police Band Fortnight):
Concert will take place at Ha:-
tings Rocks tonight commencii
at 8 o'clock, weather permitting

The programme will be cor

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Bishop (nee B: r) as % do not hold
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Signed ALFRED Ly) ET BISHOP,
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25.9 8220



(REMOVAL)

The application of Gladstone Bowen 0!
Halls Village, St. James, the holder of
Liquor License No. 255 of 1982 granted
in respect of a boarded and shingled
rep attached to residence situated at
Valls Village, St. James, to remove said
license to a boarded and shingled shop
ettached to residence situated at Holder
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Dated this 23rd day of September
1952.

Sweet dreams

7 (Sgd.) G. BOWEN,
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bs “ : y 7 . . * ae Esq.,
ie i ae eS Police Magistrate, Dist. “E”, Holetown
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PTA P rowing when | at Molice Court, Dist “E”, Holetown,
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TONIGHT

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At evidence to the Secretary at the

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of November 1952, after which date 1

Se er tee eas fhe | shall proceed to distribute the assets o1

fitted with extra power points, and the
windows are fitted with hoods and shut- ;
ters.

On the ground floor there is a large

titled thereto, having regard



estate are requested to settle their
debtedness withou: d fs
Dated the 25th day of September 1952,
} HAMPDEN) ARCHIPALD CUKE,
Qualified Executor,

Clara Alsop Gale,

The under-mentioned will offer the prem
ises for sale by public auction at their
office, No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown
on Friday the 10th day of October, 1952,
st 2 p.m. Inspection to be arranged by |
telephoning 8185, For further particulars
und conditions of sale apply to:
COTTLE, oe & CO
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cellar 8 ft. high with cement floor andj "ve had notice, and that I shall not

ample room for storage, laundry ete | Be able for assets so distributed to

There is a gatage and servant’s room in | “"Y person of whose debt or claim

the grounds, and servant’s bath and | *"4li not then hav« notice.

toilet in the ground floor of the house. | And all per indebted to the said
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Estate









Deceased.
26.9.52—3n,
; ~y 4
ene eas | Govt. Must Retain
GRAEME HALL TERRACE, 2
Cunist CHURCH ' Atomic Monopol

The residence lately occupied by Mrs. ! Pp y
Millicent Hawkins } 2 95

This well and substantially built stqne . te DENVER, Sept. 20.
residence stands on 29,318 square feet o! | Atomic Energy Commissioner,
1and enclosed with a py Sg — fine Yenry Smyth, said on Thursday
view over the Christ urch coast. '

The house contains an open verandah, ; that the time for government ‘to
drawing ond dining rooms, three bed-!relinquish its monopoly on
Some, WO BACES seed SoReee, pantry. {atomic production and research
kitchen and store-room. ulit-in cup-) 4.
bvards are a feature of the construction. | Still is a iong way off.

In the basement, there ate 8 wash-| He cited three reasons for con-
room, garage © cars, work-room; | ;
store-room and large cellars. There are | tinued government mee;
also three servants’ rooms, servant's bath | The need for secrecy; 2. e
Bnd toilet sna 8 bys eeye. The lawns | need for health and safety safe-
and grounds -| ; “ ‘
ering trees and shrubs and the whole guards; 3. The “absolute neces
property is in excellent repair and con-|sity” for making sure that no
cition. it < m-

aes Mndaraldiad wilt citer the prot jareney explosives escape gove
for sale by public auction at their office, | Men control.

No. 1%, High cutteete spridgetown, on Smyth spoke here before the
Friday the 3r ctober at 2 p.m iy ; fs
in Saeilon on application to Mr. C. B. Western Division of the Ameri
Martin Doorley & can Mining Congress. Smyth

‘isnett, C/o Mesers







Co., Ltd., Palmetto Street, Bridgetown. !s,id the atomic programme is
For further pa ORD & co., {still one of total expenditure
17.9.62—8n Solicitors. | with virtually no income in

a — sight—U.P.
AUCTION |
Se ai eR >
UNDER THE SILVER Seven BombersNow
HAMMER : .
On Tuesday With by order of Mr. | At Broome Field

". G. Cabral, we will sell his furniture
t Tivorton, Strathclyde, which includes
Morris Settee for 3 and 2 Rocker
( offee Tables, Dining Table and Chair
iL in Mahogany: Piano by Irmiler,, Con-

PERTH, Sept. 25.
Seven Royal Australan Air-
foree bombers are now stationed



foleum, China, ute strie ‘aoe rae at Broome airstrip about 300
\/all Mirrors, White Printe us rn i) ?
(hairs @& Rockers, Sinall Mird. Hat- miles northwest of Monte Bello,
‘'d, Drugeet, Single Simmons Bed. security area, The detachment
ice Seeapee sted Arkh Eee: complete w ite: maintenance
t end, ne an Setton - 7 Pra.
esses: TBurenu, Mird.. Press, Vanity ¢reWs and supplies came from
ble with triplet Mirrors in Mahogany: tne patie air station Am-
hole. Steel Chalrs, Enam op brey near Brisbane,
ies with 4. chairs, Frigidaire,” ay

| wove ete. all in Porcelain & Enamel woth |. There was no official confirma-
‘‘Svomiurn Fittings, This Furniture is|tion but their presence is thought
Koders, Sreaon new ong he cone ‘eertain to have something to do
fale 11, o'clock. ‘erms Cash 7

. with atomic tests. Deputy Chief
SRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | 0) Air Staff Air-Vice Marshal

- 26.9.52~-2n.|V. F. Hancock, passed through

Onslow for Broome in a Mustang



fighter, Western Area Command-
er Air Commodore W. Hely also
pessed Onslow on a return flignt
from Broome.—vU.P.

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: 73 3/10% Pr. Cable
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| Coupons 69 4/10% Pr.
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FOR SALE

AT

Graeme Hall Terrace

Modern Two Storey Stone built Residence containing 3 bed-
rooms With built-in wardtobes, large living room, gallery,
kitchen, garage, laundry and 2 servants’ rooms, pprox,
18,000 sq. ft. of land. Easily convertable into two flats,

The owner of this property ts not returning to the Colony
and will sacrifice for first offer over £3,600,

‘e,Pr.
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LOUIS L, BAYLEY
Bolton Lane





We consider this to be a give away figure with the land
value alone being worth over £1,000.

JOHN M. BLADON & CO.

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_ a —__—__-- —--—— — |} 1K j fe : 4 }
i i c Wharton, B. Wharton
EAL ESTATE NOTICE \! 5. Wharton, V. Taurel, J. Milian, Mf. D>!

eehecenkaver stein’ is 7 given that all persons ving | ps} | | Preita: A Gibson R Seon)

BUNG j—Newly erected modern | any or claim upon or affecting the 4{{G. | Timm (Casson) R. Casson,
stone bungalow Two bedrooms, Elec-| Estate of Ernest Carlisle Field te il lkes-Jone s foulkes-Jones, M ROYAL NETHERLANDS
trigity and wate Land 2,440 sq. ft. | Belleville in the parish of Saint 2 sael, 1 iii W. Parker, i. Ardila, L. Ar-!

w: ruit trees. Two miles from Bridge- | who died in this Isiand o p.3 , lila, E. Cubillen H. Willis, BE, Willis, V + oyat t
town Dial 4598 mornings only Not of February 1952 denasantn, “coe mae Cooks, M. Cubillan, A. Veroes. STEAMSHIP co. Pe N/T CAMEEES a hooak
Sundays 26.9.52—In. | required to send in porticulars of their ' DEPARTURES Sa "Rntigua, Montserrat, Nevie and
a | claims duly attested to Viola Eulalie i} | For Trinidad: " SARIS FRE HUROPE Se See Ae eldey etm teak

“CRANE HOUSE” situate in the parish | Fields, the qualified Administratrix of the In Carlisle Ba j 4. 9. SB M.S. NESTOR, 19th September, 1952. St. Kitts, Sailing Friday 2 ns
of Saint Philip standing on 12 acres! Estate of the said Ernest Cariisie Fields, y | M. Leonard, M. Leonard, M. Leon-}M.S HERSILIA, 2th September, 1868.

1 rood and 22 perches of land. {c/o Messrs Hutchinson & Banficid, at : lard, HM. Dindial, H. Grote, L. Car-|™.S. BONAIRE, Sra October, 1952. The M/V “MONEICA” wiil aceept

The House contains six bedrooms, draw- | their office at James Street, Bridgetown,|, “eheoners: Cyril E. Smith, Philip 1%.) rasguero, C. Jimemez, M. Jimemez, ! SAILING TO EUROPE Cargo aa Passengers for Dormimi-
ing, dining and living rooms and usua)/on or before the 15th day of November, acs on peas D ‘3 w an ra M : a M. ~, c, a, + 2 M.S. WILLEMSTAD, 7th October, 1952. ca. Antigua. Montecrrat, Bevis
offices. 19°2, after which date I shall proceed to |~ Orv MEmON ce a 1a cope, RK. Graceila, T. int- 1s ’ t

The above will be set up for sale at ibute the assets of the sala estate Fr@nkiyn o. » _ Meter veeunes B.:brun, C. Marshall, D. Ibberson, H. Har- wicca ihe woe =. ew oe
Io's SEG 2 PEala: Gs |code EM | epee me te a | |
ales of Ee ; es Pa — oe ee ae ARRIVALS \ gis. eiecnades M.S, BONAIRE, 20th Ocioher, 1952. B.W4A. SCHOONER OWNEES
. CARRINGTON & SEALY, thet 3 shall not be Mable fon assete so dis- M.V. Caribbee, 100 tons, from Dom-} ™m. 9. 52. SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND CURACA’ ASSOCIATION (INC.)

Lucas Street tributed to any person of whose debt or | !"i¢ a3 one cere 2 ae. Con-; |. Ross J. Mc Farland, H. Bacchus. | M.S. HERSILIA, 13t: October, 1962. Consignee, Tele. No. 4047
-9.52]c.aim I shall not have had notice at the | ''##© o smooner wners
time of such distribution ¢ sociation } en Ss. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD.,

% ACRE OF LAND. Situated at Carl-| And all persons indebfed to the said| 5.5. Canadian Challenger, 3935 tons, Agents.
ton, St. James. Containing built |estate are requested to settle their; {fom Montreal under Captain V. N | In Touch With Barbados .
tone Bungalow, 34 x 26’. Car- | accounts without deiay Clarke. Agents:— Gardiner Austin &
dinal Jackman, Crystal Springs, St. Dated this 11th day of September 1952, | ©°... Ltd Coastal Station
James — 91—54. 21.9.52—6n. VIOLA E. FIELDS. Schooner: Gardenia W., 48 tons, from s » z

Qualified Administratrix of the} "rinidad under Captain C Wallace

LAND—2% Acres of Land at Salters, | Estate of Ernest Carlisle Fields,|Consigned to the Schooner Cwners |, Cable and Wireless (WI) Ltd. advise anatlian ational teamships
St. George. Going reasonable. Apply to | deceased Association. that they can now communicate with
cues Waterean (Sanitary Inspec- | 12.9.52—4n,| Sehooner: Linsyd 11, 36 tons irom | the samowe stor through their Bar-

) ° . George. _| Martinique under Captain Barnes. Con- | bados Coast = . ee pape

52~8n Schoorier -| Chanda maica Producer, Ariguan
‘HBOUND
ae, | NOTICE Se ae the Bayano, ' - /Kpki, ee ee Sails Salle Seth = Arrives Salls
“BYWAYS” 11S hereby given that all persons having DEPARTURES Pathfinder, Argentan, Planter, Caltex- Montres! Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
jany debt or claim against or affecting Istanbul, Merchant, Wilford, Dolores,
ROCKLEY yy ROAD, ithe estate 42 C ‘ALSOP GALE 8.s. Coens for Trinidad. Delft on = U; 9 /Wmem.
T CHURCH sb LARA Ls Schooner: manda T 'rinidad . .Mentor/Pix rugua, .

This We eT ee RT uit stone {late of Dalkeith Road in the parish oi} ““"°°"e! aes Sislaes ‘Colonial, Union Pioneer, Etnefjelj,| CANADIAN CHALLENGER 12 Sept. 15 Sept. — Sept. 25 Sept.
residence stands on 19,260 sq. ft. of land |5aint Michael in this Island, Widow, Colombie, Regent Leopard; trinern- | LADY NELSON ee 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Sept. 6 Oct. 7 Cet.
enclosed by hedges, with a view of the} Who died in this Island on the 1lth day S li arsk, Hallanger, Rio Orinoco, Stentor/

Rockley Golf Course of December 1951, are hereby required eawe Phsy, Teakwood, Juvenal Vigrid, Aleoa NOMTUBOUND

The house contains on one floor, sit-|to send in particulars of their claims, Cavalier, Stugard, E. J. Henry, - Arrives Salis Artives Arrives Arrives
ting and Dining rooms, 3 large bedrooms | “uly attested, to the undersigned Hamp- ARRIVALS tina, Patruea, Caltex Gothenburg, A i og Borbatos Barbades Besteu Heilfax Montres!
fitted with basins and running water, and |@en Archibald Cuke, qualified Executor] Prem Si. Lucia: Ancapcuarto, Brasil/Siqt, Opequon, LALY WoOUN : BM Gept, Ist Oct, 11 Cet. 12 Oct. 16 Oct.
two of them with built-in cupboards, a |! the Will of the said Clara Alsop Gaile, 24. 9, 52 anger, S, Mateo/Fntx, Mormac c CHALLENGER 6 Oct. 8 Oct — 21 Oct. 24 Oct.
large well-Atted kitchen, and separate | deceased, in care of Messrs. Yearwood] 1. Cxmpbell, W. Brathwaite, L. | Blue Ocean, Marquesdecomillas, Houegn- LADY NELSON + « %@ Qet. 21 Oct. 3 Oct. 31 Cot 4 Nov.
bath and toilet. & Boyce Solicitors, James Strect,| Haywood, L. Gittens, J Mitehell. hood, Porthuon.

There is a built-in Linen cupboard in| !ridgetown, on or before the day

For further particulars, apply so—

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WHITEPARK

SALE OF PREFERENCE SHARES

THE
BARBADOS TELEPHONE COMPANY
LIMITED.

, Registered 3 April, 1903.
The Company invites public subscriptions at par
for FIVE PER CENT TIVE PREFERENCE
SHARES of £1 each of an intended issue of £50,000.

This issue forms part of an authorised capital of
£100,000 of FIVE PER CENT. PREFERENCE S ES
carrying a ‘fixed cumulative preferential dividend at
the rate of five per cent. per annum on the capital
for the time being paid up thereon, and ranking both
as regards capital and dividend next after the 35,000
existing six per cent. preference shares but in priority
to the authorised capital of 200,000 ordinary shares of
£1 each, of which 150,000 shares have been issued.

Forms of application for shares and particulars of
the issue may be had on application to the Secretary.

The subscription list will open on the thirteenth
day of October 1952 and close at 12.00 noon on the
eighteenth day of October, 1952.

By Order of the Board,
T. G. McKINSTRY,
Secretary.

Registered Office,
James Street. ))





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LAW 39

Antigua Score 72 Against Montserrat












































(From Our Own Correspondent) FE. Walcott c & bid. Riley 1

: a ANTIGUA, Sept. 25. H. Anthonys run out 10

By O. 8. COPPIN ; ’s Diary The second Seaeh Pg A a Leo Gore ce. & ory -
: Says Sportsmans Mary ard Islands Tournament, An- 7 Sclick Did. Davie cia! Davis

A bowler runs up to bow! ligua vs. Montserrat, opened to- G. Piggott not out <3 3
one, two, three, four eight British ix mile *hampion lay in fine weather Antigua’s ! gy fet Edwards bid. Meade §&
nine, ten steps; he delivers, th GORDON PIRIE may be appear- skipper, Leo Gore, won the toss mene aes
ball strikes the batsman’s pad ¥ing in Oklahoma next year. He and elected to bat on what ap- Total 7
there is a dull ominous thud an oe hye offered a scholarship at peared to be a good wicket but Be a —

a Stentorian appeal How Oklahoma University and will proved tricky . Cesn e _ wT. -
that? — “Lbw man.” consider going there next Septem- Antigua’s innings which lasted 7 Davis bid. Gonsalves * 4

The index finger of the umpire ber iwo eee 25 ae was 72 3 Bu ke ic Roberts bid _ ‘ C
goes Up and the .batsman sadly ‘ “They wanted me now, oe runs for all, the same firs innings Anthonyson :
makes his” way towards th« says, “but I require more details total as was made by St. Kitts and WT r Lb.w. Waleatt et ;
pavilion. The umpire’s indeg of the offer. You certainly get Nevis in the first match. | Total 54 ;
finger does not go up and the no help in this country. People Montserrat veteran fast, bowler _—
batsman breathes a sigh of re- want you to run for them until j erformed the: hat trick" taking ‘

q o> ‘ anys one sone else. he wicke proved & e
a ines is ree help Vv NKAD srrat’s close of play score was UNIVERSITY U BENGALINE HANDBAGS
Unpopular you in your personal affairs. I - MAI . 4 runs for three wickets, OF THE WEST INDIES (Gros-grain Material)

Whether rae = grnagggs i prep think it is wrong.’ j di Cri THE SCOREBOARD | for }
out or not there is almost al- k t Antigua’s Ist Innings. : . ‘ }
ways bound to be dissentient r Turned Off Track in ndian 1¢cKe Thomas ©. wkt. keeper ‘ Cocktails — Weddings

2 ‘ sre is nec e Maso: ards 3 *
voices from the respective sup- banking so long as he keeps on ee veg, bik. reyes 20 Extra-Mural Department Informal Evening Wear
porters and a resentment in the running. He devotes all tis verages Camacho e wkt. keeper bid i |
heart of the bowler and fields- pare time to training and hds no eer aS eedins Ly ‘RENCH CONVERSATION @
men for lbw is the most vexa- time for evening stud) % , ” pa Ati

. me fot 8 y- LONDO: . inds- Very Attractive Styles :
tious and controversial route by He tells me he is now doing The following are the indian Mating —— re Hing ats sgn naan t - ind
which a player can be dismissed. 100 miles a week, mostly across “nd bowling averages for all first-cla:s . | dresmzpicl . ? ‘ ofour Tange to a

This being the case let us study fields in Army boots. He had to "shes Including Sek itt George Park | Michael os pg School choose from. {
the law proper before we decide be turned off the Tooting track Not Highest * ° a {
to discuss the circumstances un- at closing time recently. He had . hashes Inns. bie von — ws. Bect Invincible wee, ee e i
der which it should or should done 15 furlongs, 10 quarter » N°"Gnirigar 41 6 1988 geet aa? 5 p.m. Red, Navy :
not be applied:— miles and then another 10 fur- v L. Manirekar 33 6 1089 133. 39.22 A large crowd witnessed George hie Laan ed, paki Black, White,

4 longs—and still wanted to go on. y ee a ae ih 8) park defeat Invincible at George peraa Phe ireen, Brown
LAW 39 L.B.W. Recently in the floodlit meeting 5 k ‘Gackwad 34 3 852 87 274° Park on Saturday. This win has Wednesda October Ist _

The striker is out “Leg be- t the White City he ran a mile. G Cc. Ramehand 32 6 644 134 i been the fourth outright victory y, 60c
fore wicket” — if any part of his It is part of his preparation for a 0 G. Phadkar 32 4 689 94 in five games played. Fee i Come. " CAVE SHEPHERD & (0 Lip
person except his hand, which || 5.000 metres event at Berlin. Ree nt ae a ee ae The scores were: Invincible 72; re Nee rmere * ‘
is in a straight line betweenB® Cricket Cash R. V. Divecha 17 3 294 61 21. Ff, Callender 4—26 and S. Alleyne wen 1 ad
wicket and wicket, even though Our cricketing counties are not DOWLING . w. ave, $--82;.and 46, F. Callender 3 for aa Lesson 10, 11, 12 & 13 B d St
the point of impact be above alone in their financial worries. p roy 29.2 #2 5 1643 22 and S, Alleyne 3 for 12. Beginning ’ , roa ‘
the level of the bails, he in- Inter-state cricket in Australia is Ghulam Ahmed 767.5 233 1754 80 2162 George Park 79: G. Rouse 26. Wednesday, October Ist
tercepts a ball which has not cing run at a loss according to a een was it aa a = a S. Crichlow 5 for 21. R. Pitt 3 Fee for Course: $2.00
first touched his bat or hand andi ® 7 he latest balance sheet of the R V. Divecha 484 120 1294 50 25.83 for 8; K. Springer 1 for ood Members of Extra-Mural a
which in the opinion of the Um Victorian Cricket Association. Only D. G. Phadkar 639 191 1427 53 26.92 6 for 44. S. Crichlow 4 for 14. Se 68 ° .
pire, shall have, or would have, big” cricket earns money. HG, Gackwad 1807 00 7 tt 2 George Park now leads in the Association: $1. WE HAVE IN STOCK...
pitched on a straight line from’ The association’s share of the § G, Shinde 443.3 91 1971 39 35.15 (un Hill division with 27 points TERRAZZO Marble Chips
bowler’s wicket to the strikcr’s profits last season from the West C. T. Sarwate 159.1 40 459 12 3825 in 5 games. Their nearest rival is ETERNITE Marble Finishea Sheets
wicket, or shall have pitched oa Indies visit to the Melbourne VY. Mankad gain i Mn on” Green’s with 30 points in six| TRINIDAD Cedar Boards . .
the off-side of the striker's Cricket Ground was £1,200 for ames, ‘They too, will have & ALUMINIUM Corrugated Sheets
wicket, provided always that the aug nee nae and inatch's rest before the season | ALUMINIUM Guttering — 18”, 24”, 30,” 36”
ball would have hit the wicket. tl Gok adie ie ieee ones, \ GALVANISED Corrugated Sheets

The History DECISIONS tate game lost money. ree RIFLE SHOOTING ee ee
San " ss Over the season, the association

I propose at this stage to giv Ball 1 — “Not Out” - lost more than £3,000 after dis-

a short history of the legislative striker not struck between tributions to affiliated clubs eine Establisned T HERBERT LTD Incorporated
action taken during the period Wicket and wicket. pared with a profit of £2,300 the Small Bore 1860 .
1884-1947 that led up to certain Ball 2 & 3 — “Out’—pro- previous season, when two Tests ROEBUCK ST, and MAGAZINE LANE

viding the ball was not rising ; y

changes during the
were made with the
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Colonel R. S. Rait Kerr, Secre-
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period thal
object of
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this Law if all the four questions

are answered in the affirmativc On Way Home ‘pondent of a Tokyo newspaper) t}.
(1) Would the ball have hit the | which is prepared to stage the 5259595995009 9 DOOD SSSOOPOOE
wicket? | (Prom Our Own Correspondent fight, And Gardner is interested, | 4” ee
(2) Did the ball pitch on LONDON, Sept. 25. ; x :
straight line between wicket West Indian Test cricketers SOCCER ws

and wicket (and in this case

includes a ball intercepted

full pitch by the striker), o:

i ite > off-sids They are travelling on the e Scots Le 5 MI ¢ inis ~~
ge nigh on te, of-nso | Eaer ham Matiaaat | these, Lancia, 3 Minas
(3) Was it part of the striker HAE SsRNORREITS HOR RVS CHCERY, reainder came from Newport y

person other than the

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Ball 4 — “Out” — Umpire
must satisfy himself that the
leg break is not so great as to



Clyde Walcott, Everton
Weekes and Roy Marshall left
England to-day for Barbados.

Bimpenns

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matches lost money, showed a de-
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History and Growth” writes “As *he off-stump, at Press secretary ea Hansen, yards at 5 diagram metric target. ORNAMENTS etc.
we have seen, the improvement Ball 5 — “Not Out” — no 4 Maidenhead United FC. made Mr. K. S. Yearwood .... 99
of the pitches enabled Arthur’ all pitching outside the line (j\¢ mistake of sending the names Mr, G. A. Jordan ...... 99
Shrewsbury to develop a new % the leg stump can justify of the first team to Carshalton Capt. S. Weatherhead .. 98
gospel of defensive batsmanship * “L-B.W.” decision. where their reserves were play- HANDICAP SCORE L MA
which soon made many converts. Which first’ intercepted the 228 Over the loudspeaker came Mr. G. A. Jordan . .. 99.75 ¥; De I
From about 1885 this techniqu Nail? P 11 team changes. LES. Mr. K. S, Yearwood ... Se
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the cricket world, and as a re- : . ; > * . . ‘
" oa the moment of impact, irre- 2 ea r. T. A. L. Roberts .... 98 15 Jewels, Gold filled, guaranteed $81.60
Wedaime the question of the hour Bective of the height of the Win Men’s Doubles P. ROY. Mr. M. G. Tucker 1 ane See OTHER MODELS to $140.71
Sea Sa 2 point of impact. ‘3 *, D. Yearwood ...... 96 ’
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‘ ay: as well. It is impossible for the , aie cp ; ajor J. E. Griffith .... 96 }
Bestriction eieas tie ma nak SW cae ane From Our Own Correspondent) aD COT and R Ke Major J. E. Griffith $81.04 to $163.21
ball pitehed outside the line of LONDON, Sept. 25. mad wa “* pps ery a coe NOW
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“Lib.W.’ decision was restric would pass to either side or over Her Pancho Segura earned another j,\" et ae ys '
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pitching between wicket ana , : F national professional men’s dou- a a eee aewane nes of Bolton Lane SEE YOUR JEWELLERS
wicket, would, in the opinion ol Do Not Believe bles final in 80 minutes at Wem- , 2CXO0. On SER Cen Sn
a > > y Pl io NOT beli that the bly Pool to-night. They beat Jack) SS=S=S=—S Co Yy. DELIMA A CoO LTD
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be At one time the County Cricke: umpires are bound to give the prawe ae ae Budae oui e Ls ee 'e
Council proposed that nese striker the benefit of any doubt. °~—*', «—%, Oe, by sheer power USE " a
words be added to the jaw ‘or There is no part of the law that 4 speed. The losers each took | \} / 20 Broad St. and at Marine Gardens
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accepted for it might have re- The Umpire is entitled to use ite Seite, aiken aed & las oe PRESENTS K.L.B, PEARS in tins 43 (
suited in serious injury, at least his own knowledge, discretion vantage ‘over 32-year-old Kramer. moe 1
in these parts, being done to the “nd common sense when the 0c- 4ijs cannon-ball serves frequent- , K.L.B. PEARS ,,_ ,, -16 MODERNISE YOUR HOME {
umpires who would obvious:y Casion arises. 2 iy scored aces and his volleying AMATEUR BOXING FINALS ¥ K.L.B. SWEET
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BrldieUmn .. n Friday the IMh day of October Ml. .t p m In-paMlOB to bo arranged by telephoning 11 For fu-thor parUcutai-nd eondlUoni of Mle %  pnly u. COTTLE. CATTOFID .had notice, and that I he liable for aeeela ao dlatributad) J..) poraoa vl whaee iiebt or < 'dill mil •>,. :tlrw. And all '•late are r*o.it 1*1 I Dated U.. KUl -ay oi SepUmber I HAhlPDF.. ABCHII A1J1 CUKf qualllk.1 t. Eatale Clara Alaop Gale. IZS& •'HlLLRISir nlAHE HAIL irfRACB. ( IIRIar tlll'R.fH Th %  rMOMN lately occ.ipled by all. 'IIIKt'iil llawklnl Thla well and ivibfUntUlly built lqn> r.larnc* Unni en H.3II i-iur* leel < ar.d 'viov t. MllBl KL-LULU Vtouiit' iHonopoly UENVh.-i. bepl. St, AUimic kJivigy Com in. SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle 'frem Triaiaeg kta-Jonea. M, V. Pirr. ; Aidll-. 1 E CubUlen II. Will-. %  Wllllt. %  .. M. Cublllan A Verwm • EPART1 Ria rriKiaeg SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian CbaaVngwr. MM MB*. can Montreal ..r.der Captain V N lartta. Ag*t< %  Cardlne. AuaUn *\ .. Ltd -'be***! Cardanla *. U IMI Irow. 'intdad u Wallace *VHooner iwnerLtaayd II, M larOaMjiM under Captain BarnM Cwa> %  %  Colombia for T'Ir-ldad Schooner Amanda T tar 7T 1* To*di With Brb.do. CouUl SUUoa thai they fw 1 I he I olio* ma MaaM QMM I Chanda nip* through thali Bar Seawell Producer, Arlgueii Kpkl. Alcoa ~ PitnAnder. Argenlar. Planter inanbul, Uerth.nl. Willord. Delft. Mearta* Pfiw, Uruguay Wmcn, Colonial. Uawn Pioneer EtneUell Cotamble. Regent leopard. Kalrlner^ arab, ll.lUnge*. BM Orinoco. Stentnr Pbay, Taakwoow JUWMI Vtarta. AIco Cavalier, Slugaid. %  J. Henry. i c. Call*! Oothrnburg. Aneapcuarto Braail'Ugt. Operaaoai, Viim Fnla. "" tuiod. Porth uon ralllM Call*, Id. AIco. RoUwfV. lor >liitiiii^ In ;is> L A copporwarK icloard with a wall and baa %  one .[aorjr S*th, Mid |ha CaWkM C'Hurc* coaat. The houie contain, an open verandah drawlni i-nd dmlng roataa. Ihrea bedoomi. l*o baUu -nd loilota, panli). altchen -nd Mara mam. Uu-i ijidi aio a liN.lun of the conalructlon ln Iba baaament Uaare ara a wegtiroorn. latag* for bao e.iia. wark-roonh r. rwn i <1 %  rt i ai T .l.o threa aervaol* ri-ml. M'vami Bet. rd lawal and a lowl houer The lawm and giw ida are we.I tab! ont with now .iiiil tree* and ahruba i liropeety la In eaoeltanl repair >i-d new ronn — Spran. Tropical nnt.ol and AquarHim nm lood. Now it Inable at Knlflita tad MI.N-Sn H ..... Ii.ilr T*U| Fngl.in.1 > leading Dealy Newanaaar V ~r*ly .i (r after publlcauon In lAhdon. CU> Oe> %  •> 1 *d. IvC Hi-c Tel Till If.I M-t ll I'lllSOMI :i.hop i re.|r t*MJ any ileM or d-ln. M my Mr, ,1 •Vgned AI-FIIFK LVTT1.KT -IN HMMOV Spring Hall Village. Bt 1-... > :a.l Mfca LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE %  HI WOI A I The arbitration <.( Otautln "nib Village. 81 JgmM. II ojuor IJeenm No IM ol 1MB franl-d n retpeel of a boarded and ihingM* • •p allacbed to realdenee ailuated a |ge raw 1 .i board ad and ihlagl'-l aha i... i.rd in reatuanc* allualed a' nil'. SI. Jam. Datxl IhU • i %  .t.. pn| ROBINSON'S ••ATIHI. \'S.'.'..' GROATS •nd rner>d> of Ihab DANCE %  O-MI.III The r/otuewi'/*'! Alphabet pa c**Ai o HOT W/iTFR Iminediatriy on Tip lo Bath and ail % %  H NVR.SE Caq ce Magistrate. Dill I B Thit hpnilriuon t d at a UOMaUitE (ourt Tth Orxif-T. 1101. at I RVdice Ct i.rt. Dt.t that the tun* for govinimant i t'liaqulsh i 11 monopolx on .'iiomic production and re^wnrch '.ill li a mng way off. He cited three reasons for conunued government monopoly: I, The need tor secrecy; 2 Thr need for health and safety safeJjJoi. guards; 3. The "absolute neces'alty*' for malting sure tuat M wiomlc explosives c*cap.' gove*^iment control. %  .et. iiridgeu.-ii. 'm Smyth spoke ban before Uuj PiMay th. xrd October mi1.1 . %  Weitern DivUion of the Amari' n Mining Congrws. Smyth pejBMtto aireei. Dridgeii.wn 1|C j [he atomic programme ROYAL NETHfRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. til IM. I ROM IIIOI'I < S UONAIU Ira CA-tober. 1 lAiuxa TO riBorr I WIIXCMBTAD. TU, Octoo* HUM. TO IRINIOAD, rAIAl AID i i.lll-li I.IIANA h. P M1ISON. SOB S CO. LTD I Thal V lAimibkf Wl 1 Cargo and Paeaanger. lor DominiU 1 ca Antigua. MtMtaerral Nevt* aad %  1 a* Kitt RaHtrg Friday Mlh Intl PI J I The M V MttNUtA Ml eeaaM K 1 Caif -ad raunam f. Dombsi%  1 aa. Aarbgwa. MaartaarrM. MrvM %  1 and St KUta. Balling Prlaay ath %  1 bw 1 bWI BCBOONBB OWNIBB' I I AIIOCIAltON iDfCl Ceaalfar*. Tale V. iM" -%  Canadian Natinnal Staamsli.ns > Sep. JIB.:1 Oil' Arrlvu *t:. PVil 111 Oct. ATM... M..-. Am**. ,..!•.. Mo-treai ii c*rta oti is oat. — I) Oat 1* oot 30 Oct 11 u-t a wan. •* farw>*> aaebaalar*, apply M— GARDINER AUSTIN A CO.. LTD.—A-remU. ^ae>ajO00*>00 MM M>oooooerae^*>r,'.^,-,-., .-.-,•-%-.',•*:;'.'.*x+; '-. .< %  applv COTTLl^ CATtORU A CO 17 W : %  -. S '" '• % %  AUCTION i-tiu one of lolal I t h virluall %  lit.—cr. 'xpciiiilme Income In Polio* Magieuat* Di Ml KM WE carry an ataartment •/ GOOD UOOKS Mi thorn al lilt-oratr Stationery Wbatbtr you ara convateaciog or .imply aecd a healthbuilding .on,. YSAST-PHOS xbriarair to ysaw prvakw. Viiamn;. linaralf combined in r-PHOS are yoor key BDgood bcalrh. YEAST-PHOS GENERAL TONIC I1N11EK THE SILVER UAMMEK i %  %  O Cabial. w* will aril bl. Ijinitt.i Tivortan, Btralhcl) •tit iffa* Table.. Dining Table and Chalt I In Mabogan> Plat 0 b) Innl**.. Con.leuni, China. Ilartrlc Tabta Lemtall M.n.i, While I'ltnted Ruth Ar .alia A Hocael*. Stnall Mlrd Hal •I A "ir Bin a Bad %  ada and Baring. hingle Metal H*d .or. in Mahogany ihoM, Steel Chalra, %  * .Top ... -,ih 4 chalra. rtlgldalre. I've i-lc gil in lorcfi....! A • •rom.iiin rittlnit ThH rur.iHuie II idprn. Praelai y new and very mic :.. ll M o'clock la RM < % %  %  tRAN-:r:R, TROTMAN A CO., Aartlwarera M D 11 -In BILE BEANS keep her TrRACTUE YOUTHFUL -full of vigour Vhy be tired, V *j^\/^ 1.1 liverish fc / >l pf suffer indigcviion t ll.U UcaM ^01 make you vitally til, full of ncrgy, bughi-cycd and hippy BE SURE TO GET THESE MCOICALL* TEST e OA^ r?nODBIl^nFan, Seven Bombers Now At Broome Field PEKTH, bept. MV Sivui Royal rtuii-^-u Aul.iice bombfrts ara now statlouau al Brooma airstrip about '.' %  •'. mi.as Dorthweit of Monie Bello xvurily area.. i'nc detiiiiinu-i. complete with mauilvniK<; Ciewa and supplies canu(Ku .. i i^uL-cnslaiiu air italion Ambrey near Brisbane. There was no ufllcial conhrm iUon but their presence la thought !•—lain to have someihlng to du with atomic tests. Deputy Chief of AuStaff Air-Vice Marshal \. F. Hancock, passed through Onslow for Broome in a Mustang lighter. Western Area Commander Air Commodore W. Hcly also pa^aad Onslow on a return fllgn'. firm Broome.— V.F. HATES OF EXCIUXGE ISTH RePTEMBXR 1SS1 a.tilaa Barlaa NIW VOBb |T| 1/IQ*. pr Chequea on Banker* 71 1.10-t P'. Sight or Demand Draft* Tl 1>' I. Tl VI0% Pr Cable 11 l/ia* Pr. Curteney 70 I 10", Coupon. i W r Pr airvM M-^ n CANADA SO tl/lga, Pr Cheqtaf* on Demand DtaHi 7I.7S% Pi Banker* Tl t'10t f It* c-* Pr C.bla 7S i'ia-% Pr. Currency 71 4 10* f Cvuunm T t -. i Holi-v W alrli. s LOUIS I BATLF.Y Bollon Lan. lYBAST-F | just Received \ Tin. Frit Naiad Vr.rUbl* S*aa Tataal* **ap it.lall S.*y • I l.kr>... %  .I.,...,., %  •<4 Creara sn un & SAMPSBN (1938) LTD. Be dwVn f IMt % %  > NOTICE Notice la hereby given that abovenamad tSr u aai l i ha bean a inamber gi M l BM and tunrlng died lataetata. without making ai Mule *1 decided ajJi i to %  paraen above meiitiinti Vanilla* Dre—ln* Table* ll up. Iled.tr ad.. BedSprint. Lathi. Cradle*. Chen .-.if -Drawer* TABLES for DUdafli Xl chan. Radio A Fancy UM. Larder., Wagon*. Tea Trolle>.. SMeboard. CABINETB lor China. Bedroom ft> Kitchen, t-iuoi Caaa* MAI up Dtaer Iblaa*. L.S. WILSON SPBT ITIin DIAt MM CONQUER PAIN SCIENTIFICALLY faa, AC/V co ,ttln I*"' ^'-0rOTWI madiepiwi ,*.. PrMftaeaejr* L* --' Cafair,*. Aretr if'.',.'f AeM—and QUININI. TVaM tour mad>dnM. actantrfca", balantad. warfe rfnar|*lcaJlr—*• ' -T aVay isHava paki MM. iMaara your MUM of waii-baini I I %  waleoiwaJ gf Doctor* I Orar I MOO doctors and dantiau la Graat o'luln alona RM H la thak lurgMMS • fwesra, haadacbas. tooOaKha. rhaumatUm, nauraltra—thb wondortul %  Belnea you arnsxtngiy qjkk raHat Imm all o tham I %  mi* Yaw can tour n feaMii?:; &aBwrw i.bi. anough to bring quick rwHaf fi bout ol palrt Or in h*r y lO-tab.ei 6oai. Or m SO-Ublai boalai—ki o-a rJ inata In your houM. ARM YOURSELF ACA1HST PAID BIT %  AHACIft' noArr m IH. >> a. an 'iii* — AT — Graeme Hall Terrace BtOM built Hcaldence containing 3 bedr.iwiis with butlt-in uurdmWlarge living room, gailerr. kitchen, garaga. laundry and T servants' rooms. Approx. 18.000 sq. fl. of land. Easily > %  • i"crtable into two flats. The owner of this pi nturiiing to the Colony and will sacrifice for first offer over £3,800. We consider this to be a give away figure with the land value alone being worth over £1.000. JOIIIV M. Ill VIIOX A ro. 'Phone IMfl Plantations Buildlne ,.* Bf Registered 3 April, 1903. The Company invites public sub^rip tion, at par for FIVE PER CENT CUMULATIVE PREFERENCE SHARES of £1 each of an intended issue of £50,000. This issue forms part of an autho rised capital of £ 100.000 of FIVE PER CENT. PREFERENCE SHARES carrying a fixed cumulative preferential dividend at the "rate of five per cent, per annum on the capital for the time being paid up thereon, and ranking both as regards capital and dividend next after the 35,000 existing six per cent, preference shares but in priority to the authorised capital of 200,000 ordinary shares of £ 1 each, of which 150,000 shares have been issued. Forms of application for shares and particulars of the issue may be had on application to the Secretary. The subscription list will open on the thirteenth day of October 1952 and close at 1200 noon on the eighteenth day of October. 1952. By Order of the Board. T. G. McKINSTRY, Secretary. Registered Office, James Street.


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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Ordinary ll an é
Mobile Cinema St Barnaba Schoc

Pasture - 7.20 p.m
Police Band Concert, Hastins Rocks

8.00 p.m
Rediffusion Brains Trust 8.45 p.m

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"Gainst the wrongs that need resistance









Moon: New, Septemt
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Chinese Shell British °°" "°Sp28ex | French Submarine

Sie oa Lost With 48 Crew
Warships Off Hongkong — -%








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= THE FRENCH NAVY officially announce sat 1
missing submarine La Sybille and its entrapped crew of
48 are considered as lost” after the ill fated craft was
located 700 yards below the surface of the Mediterranean
Sea 38 miles east of here.

The following official commu- — - -
rique was released simultaneously

on \ ¥
Toulon and Paris t he Sec-|
iv Toulon and Penis ty whe Sec! Kast Germans

lariat of the Mini y
Navy: “The Secretary of the Navy|

STE he ae ad ae lm ise
ounces that 1e submar e ao riso)
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Sybille” is considered as lost on Pp

September 24 during exercises



TLOULON, Sep



Sh ips R etur n : Sntall Hurricane Naguib’s Feud
e e | Off Bahamas With Nahas
Communist Fire | ses...

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winds of 85 miles per hour Continues





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HONGKONG Sept. 25 |] developed suddenly about 400 scot ships of the anti-submarine Y oungsters
; . . { 4 t, and a little north aa group.
CHINESE COMMUNIST shore batteries fired on two | my Miami. Th ou an eS Fae | The submarine was heard from]
c ining euc vet ween

British warships which went to the rescue of a Macao, Reconnaissance aircraft lo °gyptian strong man General Mo-
Hongkong ferry stopped by Reds earlier. Commodore || cated the tropical piso — 1ammed Naguib and the power=
H. G. Dickinson, Commanding Officer of the Roval Navy | a t of Oe eee of Nas ful Wata party over leadership, |

: . . B St- % eo continue simmer b sti ras

9 at Hongkong, said the ferry was intercepted at 2.00 a.m. sau, Bahamas, at latitude 26.2 from the Solin beknt on
I ‘ tude 26, th :

while on its regular run from Hongkong to the Portuguese |] orth and longitnde vio On the Wafd side, party groups
colony of Macao. 2 } mae * nation-wide have rallied behind

The ferry was taken by a Red



until 0800 hours but did not sur-| COLOGNE, G a iny, Sept. 26
face at 0980 hours as scheduled cardinal Jos@f Fring ’
A search was immediately unde: 1 bishop of Coloent n







taken with all existing means and|Catholic clergyman in G tariy
led to the discovery of an oil/charged that 150,000 to 250,000
patch at 6,000 metres east of|anti-Communists are imprisoned
reulon.” The security buoy “La{in East Germar oncentration
Sybille was found but the cable | Caw ps





















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y of Escort Ships remain on patra
“La Sybille’ was commanded }

ie en aged leadet Mustafa El N: ha s broken. The centre of the oil i
T quahoat and an armed launch . on Goreenmens = Ss ¢ * ch was spread over a large . 7
hou and: y After machine-gunning the ferry F. T. tf Re ort at eee, CON WitN slogans area corresponding to the spo ve. fgguNer N cor

s s iri - f “No Nahas, No W } ~*~ })
| end firing a shell across its bow, } e e fe (Pp Y : where thy ubmar! nhauset
H . less the gunbpat ordered the ferry to| ’ nnarere Aahnite: othe nbaitee i we from e ¢

ome ) follow e€ iaunch to the Commu-! I . E n: ~ lee ASSINSS The Rear Admiral commandi : > ) ,
| nist > : . nor an ahas or the Wafd, despite their , , i , Day Ee th 4-9 DO lage based or
}nist held island of Lapsapmi| 8 eee rtual open defiance of Naguitte! ; ihe group and the First Divisi ée Re Hal bist Wath
iting on the F ' :

, which lies avout four miles from e e

P : } . orders to get rid of Nahas and
nh the westernmost tip of Hongkong | Mi l t * T

g mg { » l é se OTe : Te
territory, | AECCTOUS © ean their political house. Thetp Curot. It was his. first com, 7

aMholic Day” in
nist “she















5 | Dickinson said an armed Com-| tis aa te nhl S mand, With him were four officers ‘ hai rere
Thousand oe eee 25. |munist party then boarded the} _ CALIFORNIA, Sept.'95. | 28) iqverament was abut to: ae | i nine petty officers and 34 ratings.” |) ‘ago aa dyomiaea ts
homeless as ritncoehtion see Chiesa ee sernayed anti The Federal Trade C | None of them have beet lmibe A Effort Abandoned | cham . nage activity
went on the rampage again in the ge any anthcommnnaints. beheved report on the SUPHO = in oe nd | antiated i The resc ue effort which had en- the closing days of the war or i
southern coastal areas of Mexics | a nists. tional oil cartel is a ee u = The latest of these reports was an ” ] I ted the help of every available} the early post-war period
and ships along the coast of the! Dickinson said the destroyer |® ‘#norance and Sea ea | Eublished by the independent § reneh warebip end warplane in ne Said in the Soviet Zone ar
j Gulf of Mexico were putting into | Consort” ang the frigate “Mounts Duce, Vice-President of the | daily Al Ahram which said ‘Gov oa the Mediterranean area was aban-| entire school class was imprisoned
port to escape high winds and! Bay” were dispatched to the 2'abian American Oil Company| ernment had collected enough evi-| HER FLIGHT DECK bristling with planes the USS Midway {s pictured j}doned after the “La Sybille’ was for listening to anti-Communist
heavy seas which crippled at least vescue of the ferry which was|C¢clared Thursday, — ‘ence against Nahas and that it (top) in the Firth of Clyde off Scotland where “Exercise Mainbrace,” Jocated off Cape Camarat about} “RIAS” radio in the United States
one tanker. ! able to flash a distress call before. The F.T.C. analysis tells Ts me now ready to bring the ex- irgest NATO naval maneuvers yet held, was launched. At bottom, il air miles cast of here about} sector (of Berlin).
Hardest hit were the states t ‘ts capture. However, by the time |’ imagined story with subtle seine talc mier to tris ice Admiral Felix B. Stump, who commands the striking fleet during i . yeres wy! rr ; 1 eS "Y, ne wort the
Tamaulipas on the Gulf Coast ana the warships arrived on the scene Uendoes so that tie unw ary are | Abuse of Power | 1e naval maneuvers, meets Royal Navy Capt. J. S. Litchfleld (left, ene aaat an aor eine ng 58 Rist Pica eee ee mene
@berra> on the. Pacine Creel the ferry had been released led to confuse ne iced — back to camera), commander of the British flagship Vanguard, At right ae ae Raa 8 aaae a a Rath liacton Junenns Prine
perpen ah feekgg#®,kiled 18| fire, Dickingon fald the “Consort: prepared. tor elivery before. the eramenty evideere seattet Nekegh See oearee Greasy East Avantie Commander, (Internationa!) _| Th rning in the ate Owing to te] urged the priests ministering
— ; etre, s salad ons prepare tor , Q . jernments evidence against ahas . ' oe y ‘ .
$1,000,000 damage Renee. Fant and the “Mounts Bay” returned |Facific Coast Conference on “pri-|revolved around hi: alleged abusé great depth, all hope was imme-| the spiritual needs of young people

the Gulf Coast city of Tampico fire. The exchange lasted about|vate capital investment, ir inters|/of power during the latest Wafd

; ive 3 wi ame ions 7e ont” gime. 2 Pmer i ® ] operations can rarely take place am ¥, —U.P.
said more than 100 streets in the five minutes with no damage be- national development re gime sl one former King siiceesstilly. at these depths _
city were under water. Residents | 'â„¢% Sustained by the warships. {Farouk fired after January's *
along the floodin a a ona | —U.P The report which “is an uN-| bloody Cairo riots e e ALP. 7 ae si
Tamsi rivers in the Tampico area | relieved series of accusations of! The newspaper also alleged one} est Seem To
were fleeing homes as streams : e conspiracy to control world oil! of the char against Nahas con-| e e e J _«
Wimbled ing towlana eas) Couencil Of prices “tanc’to conser: the 101-|cormed the reported 5300,000 ioen ritis lals Mechanical | prea 3
—U.P | lowing according to Duce: ! Farouk frof state funds to moa ; ear ussia
=. ° 1 rita n | eek “al achievements] “ble the ex-monarech to transact}
Europe Discuss 1. The technical achievemen rle 10n o transact}

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which “make possible that oil|? a ig business in the United | (By HAROLD GUARD) Trimming Of DORTMUND, Germany. Sept. 25

| Si l syste rhich extends to! >tates. . a on 7 ° Th Socialist opposition ‘

I ories Want Economic Plan every comer of the world’ | _ Meantime the Committee of the LONDON, September 25. : ; mY

diately given up since diving} lo intensify their work















. T al _onrn ~ s ta; 7 e * never cease to der in radical re-
2. The supply system -which|W#fd party has called a meeting} BEHIND THE SCENES in the British Government, a Bulk Sugar vision of the West German peace
| STRASBOURG, Sept. 25. [has resulted in cheaper oil to the (ope eon xo cone the 7 first class rumpus was brewing Thursday over Britain’s » treuly and Eurepean army pact
} T le § Nanas : ousted, 7 i . iy ire lifted wre , to
More Govt. Come consultative assembly of the [consumer whenever taxation per-|The meeting will’ be Sade el exclusion from Pacific defence talks, which was seen by} supe. loath tenkee team nae
rv’ | ‘ © ‘ ” ss . . ‘ . 2S : eu erie. e le ser
Slat to oa ag ec ar We Pr ' ‘ ..j_|22airmanship of Nahas who yes=' some officials as “direct United States intervention” in A well-known firm of ship- , Ollenhauser told 384 delegates
Econom between Western Europe, its over- ce _ ee ne. io i terday said no, power on earth | Commonwealth affairs. + lbewhers actively engaged in the'to the Socialist canvention called
; Bee 4, cans § , € é er axce > » oO . mn " : . . . a a : : G x ¥
y seas dependencies and the British sea Noa eidke “unig have excep te speoale Some. Sores fra Che Foreign Office refrained from comment on the|West Indies trade was faced 0 wulte the party platform for
LONDON, Sept. 25-~-|torshukce free of Unived Seas nol. served the “Strategic needs of the) hela tor 24 years 5 ete alenee Paes on, Sie: Saati ine Comsaliweaith sects. with, tas sere, in| pewmacaah aid thy acm alc
i , . , , . | trae ” ‘ A 4 ‘se OY, iy p ‘ ems in the handling 1 a - os - .
Britain’s Conservatives appear|lar handouts free world. Bus ne omnes wi 7, me] members are free to go their own way, and also avoid what bulk, The first was the several |to sit down at the same table wit!
fairly satisfied with the way the} Delegates to the 16 nation As- —UP, |par ve a ae ow officials called “needless controversy”. difficulties encountered in trim-|Russia,
party is running the country but|sembly are expected to adopt the faut Memeudcle a tclites! end Fil ae'n ik Sold ae em - —j|ming in the hold while loading,| , 1 said “naturally there is tl
would like more Government|proposal to this effect prepared - . f é ¥, however, officials ex-, | .

" risk of such a conference break
es by “me stice or ff 1 . : ‘ hethe Ik or in bags subse
pd ; 3 y former Justice Minister Abde essed he opinio that the ® e whether in bulls or ing dow tut every polic ha
economy and better propaganda | by their economic committee when V t Will peat "TI manda ist piton an D ! 1f down su ry | é
for the Tory viewpoint. they complete three days of econo- estr } Fattah El Tawil demanded tha lusion of ary enies y o

Britain, even as an| quently emptied, and seconsdly the li” icy Why is the pol
mic debate late to-day ‘the party openly defy Govern erver |
























é ‘ from the Pacific defence! leonsiderable cost of colleeting the patience, which the Unite

Conservative P a rt y officials R St ment’s law for reorganization of lks, was “more serious than was} B 2 sugar manually from extremities }}i. exercised in the tic
disclosed some of the 180 reso-| The proposal calls on all Coun- epalrr op litical groups to eliminate cor erally admitted.” | emg oo0e and wings of holds and = ‘twee | gotjations in Korea, impossil
lutions that are to be debated at|cil member nations to contribute ruption decks before’ being unloaded by] carry out in Europe

arab in the conventional manner The stake here’ ar 18,000,000
and

the four-day annual conference|to tne new European bank to be O Th O Naguib’s Government has arrest Chey said by Article Five of the ‘ ee
opening at Scarborough, October} established for development of n e rgan led several prominent Wafdists| Anzus Pact, Australia New Prom. Our Own. Carsgspentents
B z

” ; rhe problem was submitted to/ people who are in the Soviet zon
raw materials in overseas terri- ‘among about 70 former political; Zealand could be committed to GRENADA, Sept. 25. the International Cargo Handling {still to be freed—-18,000,000 pr
tories, especially Africa The St. Michael Vestry at their] figures on suspicion of corruptior ir if a United States aircraft Writing in the West Indian Co-ordination Association for sol-}oners of the cold

Among them were demands Thus Western Europe hopes to

j i —UP. vas shot doy or U.S. warship or fr ings , Ir
‘ ; ; eeting yesterday decided to ; wa 1 wn a Ui. we DP] paper rom Kingstown, Gary
for “more evidence of_ fighting} find new sources of raw materials| "" © ny ey G





c ution, After general investigation —UP
Bax ‘ 5 sy revoicing one of unk when patrolling the straits}stoutly denies reports in the . ssociation, it was ene ee eee ati
Spirit on the part of Conserva-|and new markets and at the same saa ‘ot the Cathedeol organ. e of controversial Formosa. Trinidad press of his being booed Pee a te pager tie of the} U8. BUILDING ATOM
tive supporters. Others criticize |time raise living standards in This was agreed to on motion by Red Radio Through Commonwealth ties,jby St Vincent crowds He E sactitive Committee. who is an| “a sestees f :
Prime Minister Churchill’s Gov-|under-developed countries con- Hon'ble V "C. Gale seconded by | fficials said, Britain would have} claims instead to have been lion- a dal atts oatiors. Ane rOatitt | POWERED SUBMARINES
ernment for failure to reduce cerned, If adopted, the resolu- Mr. E. D ‘Mottley after Mr. Ger-} e help either Australia or New|ised by the masses with the BEETLES sits + wis ema taken | ATLANTA,
the intolerable burden of | tion would be another blow at the id. Hudson: had itiformed the [ries To rap ‘ealand if either of them were] police having to beat back thefé pm beds canis Bates with Georgia, Sept, 2
administrative expenditure in- framework of the international aatiow at this defect rn brought to a state of war, “There-| throng place in 1c an on fats ‘ls of| A Msie expleean ‘Sir Hubert
curred during the life of the|economic machinery set up since Mu - oon tes at fore Britain could become involv- certain special GRYICOR, COLBS | veule BX} ae oe
Sadialiee Govveraneit.4 eave r, Hudson who was_ presen U be) Planes he war because of some| He s#id Jostuas hundreds twhich will be announced shortly.'Wilkins said to-day the U.S, _
—CP. —UP. at the Vestry, also explained the sere ual ne ident brought about by| resent his association with Hon. Now this difficult problem, and |building atomic powered ub-
nee Gath oad Seeing TOKYO, Sept. 25 the U.S n the Pacific’? one] George Charles, who he had not}it js one which is likely to demand| marines to operate under ice
he Sathedra organ invo 1g . ate ra ‘= :

' realised, had lost control of the[ojose attention with the growth of Wilkins told the Atlantic Am-
sider: >» capi . enditure Communist Radio operators in Mficial said Dre re 4 ,_ |elose attention with 4 4 . ,
. e “"y ee eee ee i wilinee pote speaking near per- He said th the very reason Se force thats oy 48 TC=Tehe number of bulk sugar carri-|bassador Club that ve \
es r ) men rang er until some future date sug-\{fect English, have tried to lurc for Britaii’s holding aloof from 8#Tded as a public '

ers, is well on the way to solution,'marines would be equippe















































Pi po ¢ ‘ a 7 ate ttivi-'s , ad conning tower
a4 : ines ,' Unite ations B 26 light bomb- the American policy of “neutral- thanks to the co-ordinated activi-|a heatec 7
| sy that an pine al yoy La mane catty abranedi” traps by tsing For made in June 1980. w . ties of the experts upon whom the/could cruise under the Arctic |
ade > ‘rs e Ca- . a € . , ¢ - 7 . . ab . bes : creen
O . Ad tise ent thedtah tor tanancihs paslibins in| giving false radio wrote any Both th none Ome me Grenada Car nival era office of L.C.ELC.A, is able aon Neue oe a ‘ m
r re ; Army sp: . rs Commonwealth telatio#i ce © call. ainst radar detectior t
\ er ve m , view of the fact that the Vestry;4rmy, newspaper Pacific ‘cial | arri oe
cain . axnend?.|and Stripes reported Thursday mtinue to refrain from official\ Queen ] es ion
. t a andl ssinusdipracincass oclgsiaadl The paper said so far none of comment pending Cabinet debate c e e
THE ST. MICHAEL VESTRY was left without a ‘Y'® j}the night flying reconnaissan: 1 the matter Wich, is sapere From Our Own Correspondent 1sen ower— xOon
quorum yesterday afternoon when some of the members Revoicing ber bers has gam n tor the rus take place on Friday. GRUMARIA” Sect. 85
left while the Vestry was dealing with the award of four | Mr. Hudson told the Vestry that |1 cadiue:wing: vere particular ———_—_ Miss Sheila Agnes Cameron, ° " yer
; A ; ’ st) | Mr. Hudson to s é a w parece Grenada lkeniva n € i
Scholarships at St. Michael’s Girls’ School. lane of the stops of the organ|troubled,with fake messages lat mn na Carnival Queen las ro ,
Aft . 1 iv Wi vedded at St. George’#*
er the estry Clerk had, change should have been drawn é ae ired re-|in August and early in Septen oo i :
mentioned that there were four| ic the notice of the Churchwarden “{teF many years, required re tt KC church this afternoon to
scholarships to be awarded andjwho would have notified the uae a mos aa ‘at eat 20 mae ially tell who they ° e David Otway of B.W.1.A., the WHEELING, West Virgina, Sept. 25
Ve. , norma! procedure after abou a ni Ecco anes sa cn of G B W. Otway in a “p . ~ ‘RS aid the Eisen
Oe hence Hacdatictttin’ Be eee | "Trt ascnakt said that he agreea|Years and would cost the Vestry | ar mi : ee mpgs nr Join Campaign quiet ceremony attended however ELATED REPUBLICAN LEADER‘ cial thar er’
tioned that only 21 applicants had | that any change in the advertise-|about £51 to have it done at! The “Chi see guvoally ceanaee a b» a number of well wishers hower-Nixon ticket has emerged oe ies evet
' . Jalkers’ Factory t an a contro rt § w : a . afi es >, j ed te ) tical
applied on this occasion for the|iment should be drawn to the ‘ ar ha a fs hatiied : the | om Their radio procedure i $PRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS Giver waiter. Sie” (Gens from the trial unprecedented in Unit 7 I
scholarships. attention of the Churchwarden! 0". TOBA png -|pretty poor but their E1 September 25, ratte aay teri a be hist
. one ; “pel a i 1 i ‘ oF tas the » wore a bale ustory
ir. ED. Mottley queried whet| and wanted to know how the a . hich ‘he Sold sould ‘eitent ta * r Governor, Sdlal 2. Stevenson's ind length Gos ecuutiie out- They hopefully closed books on the camipai cris!
had suddenly taken place. Of all] school a inistratio cnew be- an which he sé - oars ‘aptain Charlé yle env viser looked to President Tru- i ‘ : » disel re that the
ine ‘children in the patie he ag pe ary of. the foten with a certain amount of expenditure. | poem ee Ee oe n 10 tale "te the campaign } Lib ong shoulder et > veil} = which began one week ago with the Use errs hat ha
wanted to know why there were] examination results that they|This would amount to about £1,800. | °°! he rad operator to auth- battle ery now that the Illinois Cre ae es Vice-Presidential candidate (Richard M. Nixon) ho
. ‘ 4 7 “ , hd w " s f ’ { ‘
only 21 applicants. Calling for] would only have room for children | The Chairman said that he had|e. ticate by supplying code wor ;overnor has drawn the blue- accepted $18,235 for his private expense fund tror eaith
the advertisement, he pointed out] between the ages of nine and ten | not repared “any notes in con-!st-pposedly known only bd) nt. 1 5 nson camp hopes | e California supporters. Dwight D. Eisenhow: }
that it had somewhat changed and] and a half. | rectibe with the matter and had friendly operators. Sometime it Trumar ili come into the Rain Hinders a Be eed insisted that Nix pre imsel
— Teles agit teen head eat at ae eee on | inet it entirely into the hands of ithe Reds come up with the righ ection oat - u ne ane and i ad ee asa we < tooth” o1 es
5 mat Or laa. , a is the pilot 1 rectly at Dwight D. Eisenhow- : . ne race in effs omit vi
cocuted ; i fairs r saia| Mir. Hudson who could explain it, words and it is up to the } : War Com : : { { tic face
eee aoe DB o FERROUS put ee He sein! Wien the organ, wie put in the use his own judgment . Republican whom the Presi- Korea misston running mate tie fac
g dmis to save ere were many who did no‘! tnodral it wae an exce First Lieutenant Lester Mensci nt once offered Democratic to face mecting here i
for girls only between the ages| apply owing to the age as set out ee PP op exeayent Sad of Badzin Pennsylvania asked 4 |; omination SEOUL, Korea, Sept. 25. e . | Eisenhower told the cheerit -
of nine and ten and a half. in the advertisement and there be one anti ae the Red “controller” one night for Stearbtria ici. 5s The Korean war entered its] J! @py* é Trica dience in the Wheelt tadiur
Mr. D. G. Leacock mentioned] were also those who had applied |t ings fo ts hict m oT Pg g the proper code words. Reaih inding firm on the decision not | 25th month with ground and air ‘ that Nixon ha ae "
that they had increased the schol-] and by now were led to believe |‘?! 4 Set chenlate ae a are loid Boy? came the: Reds reply Ata to the public limelight | “¢tlon curtailed by chill autumn : , », |dicated “hit baring bts p
arships a few years ago because] that they had won a scholarship | WOulc Jus complete it. If the ou've got’ me there.” ie yr a oo a he ad ys ; Raa (2 in. United Nations soldiers LONDON, Sept. 25, |gonal financ: to th ole na
they had discovered that every] and it would create some hard-|V@stty granted the money, they| * ' AUP. his fund fo help supp ye “| crove back several small Coms| A Royal Commission to in=|tjion in a radio t
| time they advertised they had})ship as far as they were con-|Should not lose sight of the fact | ilaries for lop State tt _ munist stabs along the muddy|quire into land use in East Africa! egct Tuesday ni
about 200 applicants. Something] cerned. ‘ jthat the majority of organists in} trators. If I have any ae battle front and there wer@/ha; been recommended by the} Nixon who had {i re fron
to his mind was therefore wrong| Mr. Leacock said that the Vestry Barbados, learnt to play at the! . jssy TV’ say it,” Stevenson said brief but brisk clashes near}government, Colonial Secretary|the west coast in response t&
| and they should get to the bottom] awarded the scholarships and so|Cathedral and then went to vari- lran ives ene Peeardes, in rejecting Senator) punker and Kelly hills in thelOjiver Lyttelton announced t gimmons from Rise
| of it. far nothing had been done and he|°US parishes, In addition, there , \foeers aiyann'e demand. = ie West and East. day smiling to the s}
Mr. Mottley informed the Ves-| could not see how any hardship|Were many people in the island ° ae OMe ee Seay ae one ' . The recommendation was the [after recoi Bist
try that with previous advertise-} could be created. jwho made use of the organ. Itimatum finances to the nation as Nixon | Foul oe also ~ : _ ss ald g pane ation |S |
ments they always called for} Mr. Symmonds said that the’ He strongly recommended that i Tuesday night LP | pace of the Allied. air o “Cr ‘ltween Britain. and the . govern This is pre Tone
espe between the ages of eight] Vestry had issued a notice in the if the Vestry could see their way LONDON, Sept. 25 ==: ror cs nt of Kenya Uyatida and/|mome S of % life P i
end eleven. He thought that any @ On page 5 @ On Page 3 | ~ a sc acsiplaciuielbinieda ’ : Me vear old California Senato i
: | Iran’s Premier Moharmmed Mos- Tanganyika which thought an been Wondering only 34 hous
e e e degh rejected the Churchill Fi ’ ’ ~ t ‘ inquiry was needed te iprove had so hethin h e cha f
e | ‘Truman proposals for settling the !'! , 5 000 I e ac “th tandard of living. olitical glory was going out of t
: Biggest t In Mid-East | o-Iraniar oil dispute and The inquiry woul « rilwindow foreve
Oil: Biggest Question In Mid-East | xii. 8s 8 Test ND att Sn Ree wage eer,
. ‘ to accept his own terms } SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 25 there is no evidence at all thativelonment of industrs “keep fighting il
(By WALTER COLLINS) The most important quest t Schacht explainec e ¢ In a fin whose toa was re-) 7 California Appellate Court |the Yugoslav claimant would not ™ i condition employment | m i yo0d on it
CAIRO, EGYPT, Sept. 25,/th: Middle East is the Ar Egypt primarily to advise the sed by Britain, Iran described ’j.ay reversed the lower court de~ be permitted to enjoy his legacy]... problems of social curit hal i t J rTesie
Adolph Hitler’s former finan-|;lianian qu rrel over the Ab i1|Govérnment on how to deal w he Anglo-American’ proposal c which held that a Yugo- in Yugoslavia. The fact that the UP ential nominee Adlai B. S
cial adviser and banking expert | ‘ elds anc the peace and pros-|bonds which they plan to issue} “far more inequitable” than pre slav heir could not be awarded lower court disapproved of the sol folk
Hy} oo a - said eee | ; irs ‘ he - ddie East le-~|to Land-holder who must be ou olutio and ann vandec 000 legacy because the form of government in Yugo-| ae ' i
na ne Angio-lranian oil dis-} pen NM OF i equ table sc tior’| compensated under the new la payment of £ 49,000,000 while sles woul ; ctus ily * t the via we not relevant at all - . . ma t ( as
pute was the most important | of this matter he said, in ; | limitation law. The 1 t Iran’s claims against Britain are || Cc ae od ya Sie jo the lasus of reciprocity of in | KING FEISAL SHOOTS tii us State : UF
q 1estion in the ar East and| ‘©: aE tea with this cor-|Jimits land-hold to 200 ttled in Trar or internation ps = Neritanoe,** WITH DUKE OF j —_——__--—--
eculd only be ettled by direct in a luxurious flat each is “basically “ ’ nos wes se in a fight be- + r , i
negotiation between Iran and the Schacht said “but Government note, drawn up by Moss>-| an, inst District Court of Ap-|tween ime ‘brothers over the se eahenabaieean WINDWARDS BISHOP
United State: | echacnt | ent Siastic about! hz rte i i es hirmse did not contain any A rhe . ‘ : . ce v n we ro | i |
Se t has just made anesla wilich ea ited Oar F 4 haa oat —™ thr fort it ees pia dip- peal the former Yugo- |latest will left by Harles Arbu-| EDINBURGH Sept VISITS GRENADA
sit Trani in econ th year Indor ~ wi h ant i lations with Britaing But Slav Ambassador Sava Kosa- lict San Francisco — restaurant King Feisal and the Regent (From Our Own Correspont
i anian econ hi yea rdonesia cent of pt omatie relation ith Britai Ape . ai) +e : ve pe 7 : 1047 ‘The will a Bec s a Hi GRENADA. S
a 1 iew howev ntially the richest countr ously did not yOSse | ssadegh recently told the Lower novi ci I h heir \owner who died in 1947. The w Taq went or ho 1 a _, GRENAD }
ituralls have to|the worl owing to its agri l-| et a I ome i der the ‘ e of Parliamer t he would would receive the inheritance tax |Jeft the imheritance t John; Keots moors with the Du . The Bishop oe a
| ilte ivo- | tural I our . ae ether will becon t real elatior th tl Br free r f ( t the |Arbulich of Dubrovik ind left} Edinburgh on Thursda The King |arrived here *
€ € é 5 an , ‘ : ce e coon endit ‘ ‘ €n- out another brothe Thomas} end the Regent est Lucia on a fortni
‘ { f ¢ vy Arbulich who teok tl! f ued a et 3 : °
UP Iranian oil.—U.P re A lhe t , urt,—U-P. ru


PAGE TWO



a JOHN HUGGINS
Governor of Ji ica
eight" “years before t re
frem* -the Colonial S..vice
year. Prior to that he ad
acting Governor of Trinidad

had served Malay

His wide experience of the
Colonie and ¢ affairs
now being put to the service ol
the City

Sir John has just increased his
number of directorships to five
by joining the boards of Cheviot
Rubber and Labu (FMS) Rub-
ber, both of which are in Sir
John George Hay’s group of

Plantation companies

As he r cently joined the board
of .Mala¢ca Rubber, another con-
ceffi if the Hay group, it is ob-
vious that the two Sir John
on well together

Sir John *Huggins’ other board-

get

room “obs are with Trinidad
Petroleum Development and
East African Power and Light.

I would not. be surprised to see

more Efhpire concerns seeking

his services before long, write

Ernest Eve, .City Editor of the
London Evening Standard.
Vor Discussions

ISS DORA _— IBBERSON,

C’B.E., Social Welfare -Ad-

viser, t6° the Comptroller for De-
velopment and Welfare in
West Indies left the is’and
B.W.LA. on Wednesday fo

Trinidad on a short visit.

Holiday Before Work
ISS Pearl Monica Johnson,
formerly a Clerk of the
Royal Bank was among the pas-
sengers by the S.S. Colombie on
Wednesday. She will stop at
Jamaiea-where she will spend a

holiday and then later go on
round trip to return to Jamaica.
She will then enter the Univer-

sity College to study Medicine

Impressed
ISS ELAINE BLOEMEN-
DAAL, Stenotypist, Book-
er Brothers, British Guiana, will
be returning home to-day by
B.W.1.A. after spending part of
her three-month vacation in the
island as a guest at Leaton-on-

Sea, Worthing.

Before coming to Barbados for
two months, Miss Bloemendaal
spent some time in Grenata.
This is her first visit to the island
and her impressions of Barbados
will no-doubt bring her over soon
again,



FAttooed Sna

- | Wife “The Creeps”

By JOHN WILCOCK
anabs TORONTO.

A Young man walked into John
Brantipg’s tiny Toronto office re-
cently’ afd rolled up his trousers
leg. Teébrifyingly life-like, a long
blue ‘Snake curved gently round
from his ankle to-just above the
knee. It: was tattooed, in vivid
blue afid’ violet ink.

“I’ve just got married”, the
young@man said, “and my wife
says it gives her the creeps. Can
you take it off?”

That Was all in a day’s work for
35-year-old John Branting. Four
months hgo he arrived in Toronto

frome relia, and since then he
has mr » a full time job of re-

moving tattoo marks, It appears
that a Jot of people who at one
time theughy they’d like to carry
their oWh art gallery around with
them ave since changed their
mindse+

But He surprising statistic this
friendtyg Swedish-born needle ex-
pert veveals is that one third of
his cusfémers have been women.

Most tf them have been, trying
to prove to their boy friends that

Carib Calling



Port-of-Spain.



Holiday And Business Trip

THER intransit passengers
from England on Wednes-
day by the S.S. Colombie were
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mitchell of
damaica. They had been spend-
ing five months in the U.K. and
on the Continent. They returned
home the same afternoon by the
S.S. Colombie.

Mr. Mitchell who went up on
business coupled with pleasure,
is Proprietor of R. O. Mitchel,
Manufacturers’ Representatives,
Kingston,

Art Mistress Arrives

ISS GLORIA ESCOFFERY

arrived in the island on
Wednesday by the S.S. Colombie.
She has come to take up an ap-
pointment at Combermere Boys’
School as Acting Art Mistress in
the place of Mr. Karl Brood-
hagen who is at present in Eng-
land on a British Council
Scholarship.

Visited Relatives



Mrs.
congretutauons

A. L. STUART.

RS. A. wD STUAK! te siad R. HENDERSON HOPE, son
tS, 2 » SLUAKI, wi ) . ie . aley
M Dr. A. L. Siuart, and rrin- of Mr. and Mrs ve =
, yin Sh : , Hope, Belmont Road, is now bac
cipal of the “Revuedevinie Vane- ; : ; after spend-
ing School’, returned from on, Barbados again = P itn
frinidad by B.W.LA, yesterday ing the summer holidgys wit
midenine Cae “’ his relatives in Toronto. ’
&. ae r )
Mrs, Stuart went over about c oo is a student, at Codrington
three weeks ago to make ar- ollege.
rangements for the Dancing Business And Pleasure
School which staged shows in rR. W. A. NEWMAN, Direc-
eee last week at the tor of Messrs. Evelyn,
ere oe Se ach ¢ ; . and rs.
When Carib asked her of the esac ge England
Show and the experience gaineit (4 Wreaneelay morning by the
St leet tro, wetes tor aiver’ Coa renee PY
. Bae 10 W°SES or aadver~ months’ holiday.
tising she was sure that they vat was Mr. ipitaidits first visit
would have had a full house at

back home since he came out to
Barbados in 1946. He said that
the trip was very enjoyable and
he did some useful business in-
cluding having a_ look at a fish
freezing plant in Grimsby.

each performance but next time
she will be advertising on a big
seale quite a while in advance.
Altogether it was a wonderful
experience for the girls and they

all had a marvelous time in
Trinidad. Intransit

Mrs. Stuart has now opened a MONG the passengers arriv-
new field in Barbadian culture

ing from England on Wednes-

and Carib joins in congratulating cay morning by the Colombie in-

her and wishing her every suc- transit for Caracas to join his pa-
cess in, her future efforts. rents was Mr. Oriol Pi-Sunyer, a
Saw Reruedeville a Spaniard who has been living

R. AND MRS. Joseph Tudor,

Jnr., and their five children
accompanied by Mrs, Fitz Morris
arrived from. Trinidad by
B.W.LA. yesterday morning.
Mrs. Tudor accompanied her
husband who went over with
Mrs. Stuart’s Dancing School to
perform at the Roxy Theatre,

in England since 1939.

He said that he had been
ing economics as an external stu-
studying Economics as an exter-
nal student of London Univer-
sity, but now intends to study
anthropology at the Mexican
National School of Anthropology
after the Christmas holidays in
Caracas.



ke Gave His

Judy Holliday
Dumb Blonde
In Real Life

who had a large spider in four on
colours—etched neatly in the cen- WASHINGTON, Sept. 22.
tre of his bald head. He explained Judy Holliday, | Moviedom’s
that originally he’d had it put famous “dumb b:onde” told
there to scare the flies away but Senate investigators she was
that his mates had ribbed him “more than_ slightly stupid’
so much that he’d sooner endure about Communist front organiza-
the flies, tions, it was disclosed on Wed-
But a few years ago John's nesday.
eustomers were not so light- In a secret hearing last March
hearted. Hundreds of them came the actress said she was so upset
and asked for tattooed numbers about finding herself called
to be removed from their arms. “Red” in newspapers that she
They were concentration camp hired investigators to investigate
numbers and their owners were - | “I wanted to know what
trying to erase that particular Sere etait
reminder even though they could SS ie . a
not erase the napentee from their Burl Ives, singer of zou Poe
minds.—B.U.P. ‘ also was quizzed by the Senate
Internal Security Sub-Commit-
tee in its inquiry into possible
Communist influence on the en-
tertainment industry. Both he
and Miss Holiiday denied any
international Red affiliation.





Professor Pelzer

Visits LC.T.A.

~ For Judy it was a command

22 » a S49
22nd September, 1952 performance ' of the “du m >
f 4 , her the
Professor Karl F. Pelzer, of blonde” role that won :
Yale University, U.S.A., arrived Academy Award in the movie

But this time

BARBADOS

GERMANS 10 GET
FILMS OF CANADA

WINNIPEG,
from its

Man.
Canada,
drug stores, is currently
by
education.

|
The ambitious project is bq
carried out by a German 4

band-and-wife team on a

month tour of the dominion. Vi- |
talis Pantenburg is capturing the
highlights of Canada with his ex-

pensive set of cameras, while his
blonde wife Lieselette gathers
material for her book.

The Pantenburgs were already
l-k in Europe for their
artistic jaunts around the world
before they started out on their

well-known

latest and largest assignment.

Vitalis gained

has
on her travels by
through Finland and Lapland,

They tour Canada
war Taunus,

cept for its rollback roof,

The finished product of

this country.—B.U.P.



CROSSWORD



Across
+ Lop one six from the burst. (v»
oo the tan arrive by story
Sort of pigeon for shooting
Trade in beer? (4)
Break up the row. (4)
Eliminate a seer, (5)
Fit to be a physica) tra
. Such sense can't be 5
. Let it go, and dance
. Morning breaks the r
. Such a work 1s valuabie.

(4)





Rhee eee
SCKASOKNEE Gr

21. Become aware of nice ogres. (Â¥)
Down

1., Meet, but not of norses and
hounds, (Â¥)

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(9) 4. Suggests a roast, (4)

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foreigner consumed. (8)

10. Put the dealer first. (6)

11, Sarcastic. (6)

12. Decapitated branch. (5)

15. Fine work in an afterthought.
(5)

17. Expected from 1 Acruss. (4)

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Look in the section in which your pirthday comes ana?

Kana what your outlook is, according to the stars,
ARIES

—Confusion a likely hazard, but you can
K March 21—April 20 do much in action and attitude to prevent
and correct it. Will power needs sustain-

ing.

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June 22—July 23 notice able progress Incidentally, the
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really applies this auspicious day,

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July 24—Aug. 22 attaining your fondest wishes. Use your
keen perception to separate the good from

the bad
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programme.,

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE : PAGE THREE

TROUBLES MOUNTING IN KENYA ‘tour

= epi ‘| embarrassed
exe xtWeek Cairo Is Risking More — with
meiext week |; Than Its Night Lights —

(By JOHN REDFERN) |
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NEXT WEEK the people of Kenya will have a new ~~ onions | aoe
; ees (By ARTHUR COOK)
Governor—Sir Evelyn Baring—although the appointment ° THE NIGHT LIGHTS are going out in Egypt. Those |
donditian Ive ee after-dark haunts where Farouk was familiar and his friends |
Their last Governor, Sir Philip oe left at the abounded have been raided and closed.
end of June—and a fortnight later was telling a London M . ,
, ; j ” ohammed Aly, the Nile Boat, and Royal Automobile — is
audience that it was “ bie: nonsenee” to ‘on more com a petty, symbolic gesture by new-broom Premier
; : : 7 Naguib.
aoe Africa was seething with energy and growing en- e These. lights were snuffed by
lightenment, he said. oO e he Moslem Brotherhood in their
‘dale Gace ees ope = ‘ist open political triumph since





Equipping The
World’s Industry

(From The London Press Service)

SOME 2,000 machine tools and woodworking machines,
weighing more than 6,000 tons and valued at over £10
million, made an impressive scene of eer when
the International Machine Tool Exhibition opened last week
at Olympia, London.

_ The chief object of the display
is to enable production engineers

from all parts of the world to V Will
examine under one roof the pro- estry
gress made by the Western R é St





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was announced on April 10, and the colony is in a troubled
L t Cr k The gloom today in Cairo’s most expensive clubs — the
that East Africa was seething with African unrest. Ss cee

On the Brotherhood black list
raust be the Sofar club, on the
read to the Pyramids, with its

nations in the field of production
machinery, the mainspring both of

110 rooms, most of them large.
defence preparations and of peace-

The wine-coloured carpet in the



ful development of living stan-

datds.

The last exhibition of the kind
‘was held in 1948 and this year’s

theme is the advance made since
that time in the achievement of
higher productivity and greater
accuracy.

Among the 600 firms exhibiting,
a number are showing copying
lathes, designed for repetition
work with unskilled labour, Also
of interes; are multi-tool lathes,
capable of considerably speeding-
up production processes,

More than half of the major
machine tools exhibited are Brit-
ish, Others come from Austria,

Pelgium, Denmark, France, Ger-
many Italy, the Netherlands,
Sweden, Switzerland, and the

“Exports of machine tools from
the United Kingdmm last year
totalled over $86.4 million (B.W.1_)

Jap, West Gernran
Deputies Plan To
Force Concessians

BONN, » Sept. 25.
Japanese and West German
Parliamentary Deputies have ex-



changed information on Mutual
War Criminal problems with
each group planning to seize on
any Allied concessions in one
country to force similar con-
cessions in the other, it was
learned to-day.

Erich Mende, former Regi-
mental Commander, now repre-

senting the Rightist Free Demo-
crats in the Bonn Parliament told
United Press “I have spoken
with several Japanese during the
past few months concerning this
war criminals problem and our
views are precisely the same.”
Mende is the leader of a group
of Deputies who claim the “re-
lease of war criminals is a neces-
sary psychological basis for rati-
fication of the European Army
Pact” under which West Ger-
many will conscript a 500,000-
man military machine.—U-P.

U.S. Support Of
Peace Pledged

WASHINGTON, Sept. 25

President Truman told the new
Soviet Ambassador on Thursday
that any of his activities to
“strengthen peaceful relations”
between Russia and the United
States will be “reciprocated and
supported” by this Government
and its people,

Truman made the statement as
Georgei Zarubin presented his
credentials at a five minute White
House ceremony. After tae meet-
ing, Zarubin read to reporters part
of his remarks to Truman. Zaru-
bin said he could assure them
that the “people of the Soviet
Union entertain a feeling of sin-



cere friendship” towards the
people of the United States. os



a cas
U.S. Sugar Use Up

WASHINGTON— Sugar diswi-
bution in the United States to the
end of August totalled 5,573,304
tons, compared with 5,336,000
tons in the corresponding period
of last year, accordirtg to official
figures just published in Washing-
ton, -

Statistics compiled by the U.S.
Department of Agriculture
showed a new rise in distribu-
tion at the end of August, when
184,252 tons of sugar were dis-
tributed in the final week of the
month, as against 163,730 tons
in the previous week. —B.U.P.

PLANE CRASH KILLS 13
SAIGON,
Indo-China, Sept. 25.

Thirteen officers and _ petty
officers of the French Navy were
killed at Saigon in the crash
on take-off of a four-engined
French naval plane.

Authorities said they were un-
able to explain the accident.

On The Organ

@ From page 1.
to grant the money, they should

do so.
No Provision

Hon’ble V. C. Gale said that he
had listened carefully to Mr. Hud-
son and the Chairman. No doubt,
the Vestry was willing to spend
additional money on the organ
to make it as up-to-date as
possible. While it would be an
excellent thing to do, they as a
body, could not sit there and
promise to vote any money for
Capital Expenditure for thé organ.
The first amount of £51 which
Mr. Hudson had told them about
was one which the Vestry might
possibly deal with that day, but
as to the other amounts dealing
with Capital expenditure, they
had not provided any funds: in
the Estimates during this finan-
cial year to deal with them. He
felt that that would be a matter
which they would have to dis-
cuss when laying the estimates
for the next financial year.

The present Vestry might not
be the same next year and he did
not think it was a matter for
them to decide that day. They
were quite pleased to hear what
Mr. Hudson had to say about the
organ, but they could not commit
themselves to that extent,

Mr. Mottley said that while he
appreciated Mr. Hudson's

i ex-
planations and his sincerity in
the matter and also the Dean's

appeal, he, like the Churchwar-
den was sorry that he would not
even if they could provide this
sum which from the figures pro-

duced would be about £1,800, He

however was
for the £51
immediately.

The amount for the other sug-
gestions would mean that they
would have to get permission
from the Legislature to provide
it. He would prefer that the
Cathedral congregation, many of
whom were people of affluence,
launch a drive and raise a sub-
stantial portion of the money
and then approach the Vastry for
assistance. He thought that was

prepared to vote
for maintenance

herents of Mau Mau, the terrorist
anti-European organisation; 547
such arrests in the last seven days
in one province. And “999” cars
loaded with pistols and _ scatter
shotguns patrol this capital from
dusk to dawn, Curfew clamps
down 100,000 Africans nightly in
three distant reserves.

Firm ?

Mind, there is some question
here whether the hand of Sir
Evelyn will be firm enough.

He was, the “man on the spot”
whom Mr. Gordon Walker, when
Socialist Minister, used to but-
tress his own highly criticised
handling of the Seretse Khara
affair in Bechuanaland.

Sir Evelyn was then High Com-
missioner for the Protectorates of
Southern Africa.

Recalling that, the Kenya Afri-
can Union says: “Stay home, Sir,
Evelyn,” and accuses him of
appeasing South Africa.

‘Normal’

But everybody else wishes at
least to see Sir Evelyn at grips
with the situation here. Govern-
ment people here say it is normal
to have a three to four and a half
months’ delay in handing over.

“Sometimes the outgoing Gov-
ernor is still on leave pending
retirement. There are questions of
new staff. Government House
sometimes has to be done up,” say
officials.

Non-Government types snarl
that the times are not normal, One
local citizen says: “In 27 years I
have never known such a thing.”

Acting as Governor is Mr, Henry
Potter, who is Kenya’s Chiet
Secretary, and will revert to that
office when at last the Barings
teach here. Mr, Potter is at present
in Mombasa, where the Governor
has a house with seven bedrooms.

Naturally there is no sign of
rush or urgency at Government
House on the outskirts of Nairobi.

But I can report that the three
beautiful chandeliers in the ball-
toom have been cleaned recently.
Each chandelier contains 2,300
large crystals on a frame six feet
in diameter.

African servants did this job,
he ’
bandana weeie cot aia detaching each crystal, washing
all the grandeur for the Cathe- = pore and water, They were
dra! when there was still one “This fy ve mre) f th .

Church in St. Michael of the is house, home of the Barings
Anglican denomination — §t, for the next five years, contains

Matthews which could do with
even a second hand good organ
as the one they had was prac-
tically gone. The congregation of
this Church for instance was
drawn mainly from the agricul-
tural and other working class
people. He could not have the
conscience to vote £1,800 for
improvement to the Cathedral
organ and leave others without
any.

Defer Matter ,

He therefore suggested that
the matter be deferred and thai
the Dean should start an organ
drive among his congregation.

Mr. Symmonds said that the
matter had been brought before
the Committee which had been
appointed by the Vestry to deal
with organ repairs, just before his
ierm as Churchwarden ended.
Mr. Hudson proposed in Commit-
tee that at some time an approach
should be made to the Vestry in
connection with the matter,

As next year would be the year
of the Coronation it was felt that
it would ke a fitting tribute that
the required parts of the organ be
supplied as.an expression of loy-
alty and affection by the people
of the island to Her Majesty the
Queen.

He relinquished the office of
Churchwarden and this was the
first approach to the Vestry since
that time. He«said that he wags
in favour of having the parts for
the organ as the standard of music
in the island had sean seieed
considerably due to the £
many members of the public from
various denominations had re-
ceived at the Cathedral.

Mr. Symmonds however ee
with Mr, Mottley that it would be
a good thing for the Cathedral
congregation to contribute some
substantial amount of the required







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dining room is 70ft. by 33ft. There
are 18 spacious bedrooms for mar-
ried couples. Diplomatically this ys
the Clapham Junction of Africa.

Sir Evelyn’s health has been
tricky since a severe tropical
ilmess way back, and he has to
be careful. But swimming is per-
mitted and now plans are being
made for a swimming poo] at
Government House. That would
cost probably £7,000 and sanction
would have to be obtained for the
expenditure.

By the Ton

Government House stands in
60 acres of lawns, park lands, and
flower gardens. From the gardens.
in the Government House season,
as much as one ton of flowers is
used for decoration in one week.

The Governor runs a staff of
20 African servants, plus half a
dozen Europeans; stenographer,
chief clerk, switchboard operator,
head gardener, transport super-
intendent, and house-keeper,

Most of these hope to remain
when the Barings do come. Two
other officials—the A.D.C. and the
private secretary—usually expect
to go when a new man takes over

On The Diary

Sir Evelyn is linked with famous
bankers, and he is reputed here
to be rich, so there are hopes that
parties at Government House will
be on a more lavish seale,

In Bechuanaland not one Afri-
can attended when Sir Evelyn
called a palaver after the banish-
ment of Seretse Khama,

Here Me traffic is the other way.

There will be a rush to see the 4&

long-awaited 6ft. 2in, stranger.

When he finally gets himself amid

the “999” cars and the curfew

posters, plenty of engagements
await his approval,

Top of the list: an agricultural
show.

IN LONDON (ast night Sir Eves
lyn me: * oe in K
on September » and leave
London by air on the 28th, I
say nothing about any delay. T)
dates are those which have been
arranged.

“I an looking forward ve’
to going out. Although
never entirely recovered
an illness which I had in
many years ago, I
reasonably fit’.

much
have

ron
ndia
am now

—L-E.S.



sum needed for the capital ex-
penditure for the organ.

. B. A. Weatherhead said
that the expenditure needed to
ruake the organ as good as any-
where else could be had by ap-
proaching the legislature. The
amount of £1,800 mentioned could
be got at a small rate of interest
ond could be repaid in six years’
time at the rate of £300 per year.

He pointed out that this would
be no, waste of money and would
be well spent ag the organ would
probably last for another 30 or
40 years. He did not think Mr,
Hudson would come here and ask
for that money if he and the
Ene did pat Sek it would
be serving a wu purpose,

Mr. D. G, Leacock said that it
seemed quite obvious that the £51
was necessary, It seemed quite
reasonable for Mr, Hudson to put
forward the suggestion for other
repairs to the organ, but he must
agree with Mr, Mottley in one
respect that it would be better if
the congregation from the Cathe-
dral could raise some money and
then approach the Vestry.

He said that they would get
very much more sympathy from
the general public in every way if
the Cathetiral congregation raised
some reasonable proportion of
the total cost. He thought that it
would probably be best to defer
the matter until they could see if
there were any hopes of getting
some of the money from the

athedral,

e The Chairman thought it a good
suggestion and informed the Ves-
try that individual members of
the Cathedral were not unmind-
ful of the needs with regard to
the organ. He promised that he
would make mention of it in the
Cathedral Notes.

FOR

keeus

US:
Seot'ing fresh and fragrant,

fortable, adorned in the
fragrance men love.



Annual
District
Assembly

Jehovah’s “ Witnesses will be
peng: their Annual District
Assembly on September 26th,
27th, and 28th, at the Steel Shed,

ridgetown.

This is one of a series of Assem-
blies held by the Watchtower
Society in over 60 lands during
the month. of September.

Some delegates are expected
from Barbados and neighbo
islands. Sessions will start a
4.15 p.m. Friday and will con-
tinue through to Sunday night.

The Climax of the Assembly
will be reached in 9 puree address
entitled “World U , Is It Just
a Dream?” This address will be
delivered by J. M. Steelman, a
representative of the Watchtower
Society, who has travelled and
lecgjured throughout the British
West Indies and Central Ameri-
can Countries.

U.CW.L. Gets
$2,000 Grant

The University College of the
West Indies has been ed
that the ene ae ae be:
New York has m a in
$2,000 in support of research in
the Department of Zoology for the
academic year 1952—53.









HOT-HOT DAYS
COOL-COOL TALC

you dainty and com-

VANCOUVER, B.C.

Five west coast businessmen
have started a venture to prove
er disprove once and for ail
whether the fabulous Lost Creek
Gold mine, said to have produced
nuggets the size of walnuts, the
earch for w has claimed at
least 13 lives, does exist.

The five have formed a non-
Personal liability company and
red shares (at 12-% cents
each) to finance a geological sur-
vey of the area where the legen-
dary mine is supposed to be
located, One of two newspaper-
men who claim they were guided
to the mine site by an aging In-
dian this spring is a member of
the board of directors.

Journalist Raymond A. Munro
of North Vancouver, B. C., helped
stake the claims where the com-
Be » the Slumach Lost Creel

ld Mine, Ltd. believes the
mine is located, The company
says it intends to have a quali-

fied mining engineer make a
thorough investigation of the
area, “and prove or disprove

once and for all the legendary
Stories.”

\The mine was supposed to
have been found by an Indian
named Slumach, The Indian
appeared in New Westminster,
B.C.. prior to 1890 on many
oecasions with nuggets of gold,
but consistently refused to re-
veal the source. On one or two
occasions, the stories go, he made
arded reference to a_ Lost
reek in the Pitt Lake moun-
tains, about 50 miles northeas(
of Vancouver,
» Slumach was hanged for mur-
January 16, 1891. Before he
died on the gallows, Slumach
told his son where the mine was
located, and put a curse on the

lode that no white man wouli |

live to enjoy its proceeds.

Tommy Williams, son of Chie?
Coquitlam Williams who is said
1@ have learned the whereabouts
of the lode from Slumach’s son,

ided the newsmen to what he

to the mine site in
ato Willams the news~- ho:

en said, told them “I am an old

Yarouk sailed away,
Card-playing, drinking, late
hours, bright lights, and glamour
are evil say the Brothers, not
because they reflect the old, cor-
upt regime, but because they
are outside the teaching of the
Soran,

Ruthless . . .
Simple and ruthless is their
creed: Egypt must return to the

days when Allah decides all,
Allah decides what is right, what
is wrong. Everything comes from
Allah, and everything — without
exception — is done for Allah
alone,

Only since the army’s coup
d'etat has the Moslem Brother-
hood been able to convert these
religious beliefs into a direct
political force.

But its influence has been dis-
cernible in every political, every
anti-British or anti-West move
since the Wafdist Party abro-
gated the Anglo-Egyptian treaty
last October.

The Moslem world for Mos-
lems only was the war cry, and
battalions of Moslem Brother-
‘ood “liberation” soldiers moved
from Cairo and Alexandria into
the Canal Zone to fight the
British troops.

Success

The Brothers have played
upon deep-rooted Moslem tradi-
tions in their propaganda. a
drive home the message that all
Western or Christian ideals and
ideas are anti-Moslem.

Supporters have infiltrated the
army, the police, the colleges,
nnd the universities. Their sue-
cess has been considerable.

Many of their followers are
now among the junior officer
classes of the police and army;
} thousands more are among the
rankers.

Colleges and universities are
turning out increasing numbers
ef doctors, lawyers and journal-

ists steeped in the Moslem
Brotherhood teachings. :
These careful preparations

were maturing as Naguib took
over Egypt. And the Brother-
od was ready to move in for
action on shadow-Cabinet level.



| Three weeks ago its leaders
man now, but a oe 1 could! ,ublished a decree on what
find it. This 4 e raked lnim,| E&ypt would be like if the
The journalists s ted ‘IT Brotherhood attained power.
although deep el, at the} The decree warned that there
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eut beyond the Heliopolis road,
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box after the cabaret artist =4
‘nished painting faces on

backs of showgirls; the Excelsior
club, in Alexandria, where the
main attraction is the act of the
aven-haired dancing twins.

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With them will surely fade the
near-by Searabee and San

‘ittephano private gambling clubs
where slqapy-eyed women and
qgrim-faced men sit until break-
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‘housands they have lost at
baccarat.

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‘ave done their work little will
be left for the tourist trade, one
of Egypt's greatest money-spin-
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et Cairo early this year.

Naguib, the soldier, will then
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BARBADOS wa ADVOCATE

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Friday, September 26, 1952

Training For Tourists

THE increasing attention which is being
paid to hotels, government and communica-
tion companies to advertising Barbados in
world outside is praiseworthy.

With the Bahamas, Bermuda and Jamaica
spending very large sums of money every
year, Barbados cannot sit back and hope to
receive without spending something.

Yet there is a danger of Barbados spend-
ing all its money on outside advertising
when some of it could profitably be spent
locally. aT

Tourism is Barbados’ biggest ‘industry
after sugar, but because its connection with
the Barbadian economy has never been
adequately emphasized by government
spokesmen, some Barbadians still oppose
tourism as something inimical to their
interests. Might not the Hotel Association
and the Barbados Publicity Committee co-
operate in a planned campaign to sell
tourism to Barbadians as well as to visitors
from abroad?



Until every Barbadian is educated to
understand that tourism is the greatest
friend to the Barbadian economy after
sugar there will always be an active fifth
column here to sabotage the efforts which
the Publicity Committee, the hotel pro-
prietors, the Hotel Association and the
communication companies are making to
bring visitors to Barbados.

The people of Barbados must understand
that unless tourists prefer Barbados to
other West Indian islands living standards
here will drop. Only tourism offers sub-
stantial long term sources of revenue and
employment.

A newspaper advertising campaign to
convince every Barbadian that tourism
affects everyone individually could be fol-
lowed by a list of “dos” and “donts” for
the tourist-minded.

Boy Scouts and Girl Guides have an in-
valuable role to play in assisting the touris|
development of Barbados and it is surpris-
ing that their help has not yet been asked.
Who better than Boy Scouts or Girl Guides
to persuade the residents of the districts
in which they live to keep streets tidy,
open lands free from litter and beaches
spotless? If every Saturday for threc
months a procession of Scouts and Guides
were to parade throughout the towns and
villages of Barbados carrying banners re-
questing “everyone to “Keep* Barbados
Clean” would not an indelible mark have
been madé in peoples’ minds?

A clean and tidy Barbados, an island of
neatly painted houses and well-kept
gardens is worth thousands of dollars of
advertising, because every tourist whe
comes to the island will be pro or anti-
Barbados on their returnhome. We shoulc
study to make them praise us.

Only an immature mind could suggest
that the ugliness of Barbadian huts and
hovels could be. transformed overnight
even within'a decade. It is going to be an
uphill task to keep Barbadian homes up te
the standards already achieved in the

. difficult years ahead. But much more
could be done to make the island more at-
tractive to visitors. More flowering shrubs
could be planted along highways for
instance. The oleanders which run for a
few hundred yards along the road near
Gibbs’ Beach offer an example of how
several stretches of Barbados’ road might
be transformed to look beautiful.

Country shops ought to offer some facili-
ties to tourists driving around the country-
side. Two or three large umbrellas,
sanded floors and half a dozen chairs and a
few tables might be provided by the manu-
facturers of beverages to country shop-
keepers: to help them entice the tourist to
stop for refreshment. Needless to say the
presence of new paint and cleanliness

would also be required.

These and other suggestions have been
made almost unceasingly in the columns zs

is news rv, vet the organisations mos
nana? white reste din the tourist trade seem
either incapable of adopting some or all of
them or are reluctant to break new ground.

Their slowness to act in no way lessens
the greatness of the educational task which
has to be tackled before all Barbadians
give tourism their whole-hearted support.

Meanwhile hotels and residential clubs
and all the shops of Bridgetown ought to
waste no more time, but should arrange
courses for shop assistants, telephone
operators, receptionists, waiters, bell boys
ete. “ait
The lack of enterprise shown, by the
average shop assistant of Bridgetown or
the inexpertness of hotel telephone opera-
tors is not due to any mental or other de-
ficiencies but directly traceable to lack of
proper training for such service.

Since the government of Barbados has
~ sirable subjects for study in certain schools
the shops and hotels which seek the
patronage of tourists ought to arrange
courses for their own employees. If this
island gets a reputation for politeness and
cheerfulness of service and if tourists are
welcomed by everyone of us, most of our
urgent problems will have disappeared.
Tourism is one of the world’s most valuable
industries.

It must be recognised and encouraged by
all Barbadians.
















































Tell me not,

i prescription at

nedicine,














; ence

Ce SD RS SE em

Prescription Charge Makes, NiGROES PUT A SQUEEZE |

Britain’s Medicine Swillers

BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

Think Twice |

LONDON, »

On June 3rd last, two days
fier Britons began paying a
1ominal shilling charge for medi-
‘ine prescribed under the Nation~
ud Health Service, a Londom news-
oeper columnist composed a neat
wece of verse which practically
ummmed up the psychology of the
evy. It said:
in mournful numbers,
fancied ills you can't endure;
he chemist’s ‘bob’ is just the job

To prove, my friends, a sovereign cure.

How true. And how right of

the British Government to :nake

he nation’s medicine swillers
hink twice before running off for
the slightest
niffle, the smallest ache.

‘That was happening. Only too
learly. In just four years of free
prescription figures
umped from 170 million to a
taggering 228 million, Every

nen, woman and child in Brit-

in was drinking down an aver-
ie of four and a half bottles of
ure-all annually.

Then the shilling charge went
n— and the Ministry of
fealth estimates to save £12 mil-
ion in the first year.

‘The ‘system is working smooth-
y after inevitable early grum-
nes. Britons have accepted the
charge almost unreservedly for
vhat it is—a deterrent to over-
csing and an effort to reduce the
ealth service bill a little.
Available returns since: intro-
‘vetion of the charge show, how-
ver, that something more than
. shilling could have been im-
osed, The decrease in the num-
er of prescriptions dispensed is
1ot as great as the Ministry of
fealth would like .and it is be-
eved the shilling is not deterring
1! who made a habit out of en-
irely free medicine,

Overall Decline

The first month, June, showed
un overall decline for England
nd Wales of 15.57 per cent. in
he number of prescriptions filled
ut. But in July, which provides
he latest figures available, the
iecrease was only 5.5 per cent.
There is a partial explanation
‘or this. Patients know the shill-
ng charge was coming and it is
hought many stocked up on
nedicine at the last minute.
july found then back at the doc-
or’s rooms again.

However, even a reduction of
ive per cent. would save 11 mil-
‘on prescriptions annually. The

of

e
aving “to be far more, though
hey admit it is still too early
or accurate predictions.

It has been established that
nore prescriptions are being
ntered on each chargeable pre-
‘eription form now than before
he levy was introduced. The
hilling eharge is made for each
»rescription form, irrespective of
he number of items prescribed
m it. It is therefore profitable
o the ‘patient to have as many
tems on one form as he can per-
suade the doctor to prescribe.
The average number of items
»1 each form in June was 1.69
compared with 1.57 in June last
ear. In July, the ratio dropped
, point to 1.68, against 1.57 in
fuly, 1951. Some areas, for no

W.L Culture

'o the Editor, the Advocate,
SIR,—please permit me_ space
» congratulate Herr Hopkinson
mn the candid autobiography he
vublished in his letter to you last
saturday, It is alas, all too true
hat the vulgarisation of educa-
ion is producing numbers of
learned fools” and “incapable
hinkers”. who hasten to reveal
heir obtuseness with an equally
»xtensive eloquence, But in how
ew of these do we find the self-

evelation shown by Herr Hop-

sinson!

To me, of course, it was already
-vident that he was merely wish-
ng for a West Indian culture
vhich would not belittle him by
possessing alien standards of civ-
lisation he felt himself unable to
attain. But now that he has con-
‘essed his own inadequacies his
vosition can be readily understood
»y everybody. I have only one
uggestion to make. He will find
he names for those unfortunate
,abits of mind he lists in any
‘ood text book of Logic—a thing
which, as far as I know, West
indian culture has not yet pro-

duced,
I am, sir,
DR. JUNG.

God Save The Queen

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—Quite recently I heard a
oarty of visitors discussing the
mueh vaunted attachment of Bar<
badians to the Crown, of which
hey had heard and read so much,
They seemed to be puzzled over
his, as from their personal obser-
vation no more than 20%. of most
ratherings paid any attention to
he playing of the National An-
hem. I had nothing to contribute
‘o the discussion, but hold the
wrivate opinion that 20% is an
ver-estimate.

May I venture to suggest that
the Coronation Committee — en-
jeavour to correct this unsatis-
‘actory state of a. hg Fe
uading the ulation to stan
Meese ore Pruneovered, during
“God Save The een!"

: BIRNAM WOOD

Class Differences

"o the Editor, The Advocate;
SIR.Grudgingly Christian ad-

mits (1) that there are different

Classes in this’ island, (2) that

there is unnecessary - suffer-
ing and (3) that human be-
ings should not be denied
their rights, He still thinks,
however, that MUM should be
the word,

Since apparently, his brain-box
is still buried in the sand, permit
me to tell the world that it was

CHRISTIAN who all this while
was trying, quite disgustingly, to
raise the CLASS question. Is it
that he does not know the differ-
between “different classes”
liffere

ces”?

By Brett Oliver

apparent reason,
the average.
Concern

This lumping of prescriptions
on to one form is causing concern,
The ‘Pharmaceutical Journal’,
official organ of the Pharmaceu-
tical Society, observes: ‘If this

are well above

POCKET CARTOOR
by OSBERT LANCASTER

Honourable Lord nor yt
all fixed up for honourable
Coronation—Yes?



tendency continues, the amount
received from the levy will fall
short of the anticipated reduction
in national expenditure, and on
the pharmaceutical side it may
well slow down still further the
rate of pricing prescriptions. Are
doctors deliberately using fewer
forms to help their patients?’

It seems they are.

Off-setting to an extent the
income from prescription charger
is the continued rise in prescrip-
tion costs, In June, the average
cost of each prescription priced
was about 4s, 2d., compared with
just under 4s. 1d. in May and 3s,
10d. in June last year. The total
cost of medicines and general
pharmaceutical goods supplied un-
der prescriptions in the current
financial year has been estimated
at £35,650,000, representing al-
most 10 per cent. of the whole
national health service bill.

Simple Systtm

The prescription charge system
works simply enough. The fee
covers medicines, dressings and
appliances ordered by the family
doctor on a prescription form and
supplied by a chemist, or supplied
by a doctor who does his own
dispensing. The only exception to
the shilling rule is in the prescrib-
ing of elastic hosiery; in that case
the patient pays between 5/- and
10/- for each article.

The patient who gets a pre-

scription form from a doctor pays levy

the shilling to the chemist who
makes up the order. In country
areas where doctors do their own
dispensing the money is paid to
the doctor instead, And in some
remote country districts, there are





Our Readers Say ;

In his last letter Christian stu-
pidly introduces the RACE ques-
tion. Soon he will be charging
me with starting a race riot, What
a bird |

As a diversion I was going to
tell him about the sweet potato
and fresh fish racket—how it is
operated nowadays, but I am
afraid he might accuse me of try-
ing to starve the victims of ham-
mer and anvil—the Middle Class!

Cc. B. ROCK,

Income Tax
To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—The public heartily agree
with your comments un the late-
ness of the fixing of the rate of
Income Tax, as the Legislature in
dealing with the Estimates in
March have before them the
amount that Government has de-
cided to levy under this head, so
that the Income Tax Office would
appear to be at fault in not fur-
nishing the requisite figures or
perhaps it is the failure of the
general public to send their re-
turns in time, if rumours are cor-
rect the latter condition seems
more to blame than the former,
it is rumoured that the Income
Tax Commissioner has not been
able up to the present to get in
all of the returns for the year
before,

It should be clear that the tax
eannot be fixed in March or April
when all the returns are not
furnishable within the date.

The public fully realize that if
Government did nv fix a penalty
for non payments tihe tax would
never be paid.

You suggest that there is a
possibility of the Company tax
being increased next year, it
makes one wonder if Govern-
ment realizes that the Companies
are at present paying 7/6 income
tax and 2/7 in trade tax (apart
from Police and Highway taxes)
that is 10/1 in the & over half
their profit.

The solution to the whole mat-
ter is an amendment to the
Income Tax Act providing for
payment as you go, then at the
end of the year those who have
over paid would be refunded and
those who have underpaid would
be required to pay the additional
amount,

This would make it easier for
the salaried clerk and the pen-
sioner and would also ensure a
more correct return being made.

Yours,
CLERK.

Musician’s Plight
To The Editor, The Advocate

IR,—I certainly do get some
amusement at times when I
read ‘Nobody's Diary’ written by

somebody,’ whom I often con-
sider crazy, but in the issue of
Sept. 20th, I certainly had to
take notice of that section which
touched on the Police Band.
Firstly, there was never in ex«
istence a local musician’s union

Elastic hosiery, 5/- or 10/~ each;

special local arrangemerts uncer
which the payrgent is made to tne}
chemist or doctor with a shilling |
stamp. : j

Some people’ do not have toa
pay the shilling at all. Peopie get-
ting national assistance are re-
funded their shilling when next |
they draw their assistayze money,
having been given a special re-
ceipt by the chemist or doctor,

War pensioners also get a refund
in the same way, where the pre-
scription is needed because of
accepted war disabiliites. Other
people can claim hardship but
must convince the National Assis-
tance Board of a genuine inability
= pay before getting their shilling

ack.

Out-patients at hospitals are
charged each time medicines or
drugs are dispensed to them but
do not pay for those administered
at the hospital Nor do out-
patients receiving national tents|



tance or war ions or patients
attending V.D, clinics. No in-
patient of a hospital has to pay.
Appliances supplied through a
hospital are charged for thus:

surgical abdominal supports, £1

each; surgical footwear, £3 a

pair; and wigs, £2. 10. 0. each.
No Charge

There is no charge where the
appliance is supplied by the hos-
pital to a child under 16 or at-
tending school full-time, to
national assistance and war pen-
sion recipients or to in-patients
at the time the appliance is sup-|
plied.

The history of prescription
charges really goes back to 1949
when the Socialist Government
took powers under an Amend-
ment Act to introduce charges.
It never used them. At the time,
Mr. Atlee said there had been
evidence of an unnecessary re-
course to doctors, and that the
fee should be imposed as a deter-
rent and economy measure. The
then Minister of Health, Mr.
Aneurin Bevan, resisted the
move strongly, and it was left to
the Tory Government to take the



on,

t the time of Mr. Attlee’s pro-
posals there was a definite
awareness that the national
health service expenditure was
getting out of hand. Sir Stafford
Cripps, in his 1949 Budget, ad-
vocated a ceiling on expenditure
and one of £400 million was, in
fact, imposed in the 1950 Budget
of Mr. Hugh Gaitskell.

Since then, actual expenditure
on the health service has been
kept below the ceiling — though
the £40 million promised as
back pay to doctors under a new
salary revision will, with other
increased costs, take the bill next
year to more than £400 million.

The present Government has
sought to recoup some of the
outlay by introducing charges
for both dental treatment and
supply of spectacles, besides the
on prescrif¢ions. Since the
national health service started
on July 5th, 1948, the actual cost
to the Exchequer has risen from
£305,300,000, in the first full
year, to £358,202,000, the esti-
mate for 1952-3.

eaten eect

except maybe in thought. This is
to be expected because the aver-|
age local musician is prejudiced |
and very fond of peity jealousies
and added to these, he only gives
‘jack his jacket’ when severe
pressure is brought to bear—just
like any other ‘bajan;’ I speak of
the majority, but that is by the
way.

Secondly—this is very impor-
tant—Tiere are only two Drees
rely or orchestras Bar-
bados, tz which the Police Dance
orchestra is likely to be a threat
or to give any competition to;
these are namely, the Percy
Green orchestra once led by Mr.
Maggie Goodridge,, popular pian-
ist (I don’t know the present
leader—if there is one) and this
orchestra cer has grounds
for complaint first from this angle.
The popular seasonal and other
much looked toward for dances
at the Marine Hotel, Paradise
Beach Club and the Y.M.P.C,
just to mention a few, plus those
functions held annually by cer-
tain local organisations, formed
a main part of work done by the
Percy Green orchestra, now, |

so-nadetiginnaetasasip eagles a nacate a= ate

are done by the Police Orchestra.
Secondly one of the said orches-
tra’s ‘key men’ is virtually the
leader of the Police Dance Or-
chestra,

The next orchestra is Mr.
Clivie Gittens’ and I don’t hon-
estly think that orchestra
has suffered much or can suffer
much due to the existence of tne
Police Dance Orchestra,

that they

I
should not to compete
with the local orchestras, but I
do also subscribe to the idea that
they should be allowed to con-
tinue in existence until the local
musicians decide among them-
selves that leadership is the
choice of many, but it just does
mot fit any. Also, that every ex-
isting body works under a proper
system of control, those that do
not soon disintegrate and become
extinct. Also, that every minute |
part of the machinery of any ex-
isting body is just as important
as the other, This last point is
worthy of note to local musicians
and this is the reason:—

In a dance orchestra as in any
other work combine, one will
find men of different socia] stand-|
ing as well as moral outlook,
but there is always a tendency
among bandsmen to snub the
guy who happens to be less fortu-
nate financially or socially than
himself,, and then at the same
time to expect his full coopera-
tion and spiritedness. This is
asking the impossible, ‘Mr. Big;’
just grease the ‘stiff neck you
carry so as to allow it to turn
just a little to meet the craning
neck of the little guy whose neck
certainly aches in trying to meet
your stiff gaze, When this has
been: accomplished, form among
yourselves, four or five good)
orchestras and a musicians union}
with a thorough understaning|
emong yourselves and with a}
determination to adhere to what-}
ever principles vou lay down,

BRUCE HUSBANDS.











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1953
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NEW YORK.

GIVE us our full freedom. This call, from
America’s Negroes, sounds louder and loud-
er through the land-today. They mean the
freedom to vote, to work, and enjoy educa-
tion on equal terms with whites.

Negroes in northern cities have already
obtained so fully the right to vote that they
have become a power in November’s presi-
dential election.

And now Congressman Adam Clayton
Powell jun., a Democratic leader in Harlem
New York’s half-million strong Negro quar-
ter, proposes to use this power to get similar
freedom for Negroes in the South. 1

He wants the Government to force. the \
scuthern whites to give it to them. He
threatens to withdraw Negro voting support
from Democratic candidate Adlai Stevenson
in four great northern cities, New York,
Detroit, Chicago and Pittsburg.

Powell is going to see Stevenson and de-
mand that he shall promise*to work for a,
civil rights law.

Republican leaders tell the Negroes that
the way to get full freedom is to vote for
Eisenhower. But Powell claims that Eisen-
hower is opposed to whites and Negroes in
the same military units.

So Powell threatens a Negro boycott of
both parties.

HOME NOTE. Powell is married to Hazel
Scott, composer, pianist and singer who ap-
peared on the London stage last year. She
plays boogie woogie—and classical stuff like
Bach.

CLARE BOOTHE LUCE, wife of maga-
zine publisher Henry Luce, served two years
in the House of Representatives. Now she
announces she is available if Connecticut vot-
ers want to elect her to the Senate in place
of the late Senator Brien McMahon. She is
at present in Hollywood writing a screen
plav from her story “Pilate’s Wife.”

FOOD PRICES in America have jumped
so high that it may be necessary to reealll
Congress to control them, said a report ‘to
President Truman from his price stabilser.
Ellis Arnall.

YES, said Wilbur Hicks to his wife in a
public house at Owensboro, Kentucky you
can have a divorce. Then he exploded
killing himself and injuring her. He had
hidden half a stick of dynamite under his
shirt.

MR. CHARM is the nickname of Stuart
Symington, former U.S. Air Secretary, be-
cause he could sell doubters an idea in 30
seconds. Today he sold the voters of
Missouri, home State of his ex-boss Harry
Truman, the idea of nominating him as
Democratic candidate for the Senate.

FLYING SAUCER pyjamas have lumin-
ous discs which glow at night. ;

IN Tajunga, California, seven-year-old
Leonard Ross, who has passed his radio
operator’s examination for a Government }}
licence, reads encyclopedias, has memoriséd
the names of the kings of England for fuin,
adds fractions in his head and argues with

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Horrors!

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AH, the trials of a price controller!

Tighe Woods, the new price boss, an-
nounced on taking office that he is ready to
scrap controls if the people wish it.

He decided to go out, meet housewives,
and find out what they want.

His first stop was Fresno
(Population: 91,000).

And what did he find? Half of the house-
wives want controls because prices are high.
The others do not want them because they
have not kept prices from rising.

The bewildered Mr. Woods is going to try
six more towns across the land before re-
turning to his office in Washington to think
things over.

Food prices remained stationary in the
last ten days recorded in the Government
price index. It stands at 235.6 per cent. of
the 1935-9 average.

THE Republicans and Democrats are esti-
mated to be raising 30,000,000 dollars ‘more
than £10,700,000) to help finance Eisenhow-
er and Stevenson in their election cam-
paigns.

IN New York City, 1,200,000 pupils went to
school as Dr. Bella Dodd, an ex-Communist
teacher, testified before the Senate Internal |
Security Sub-Committee. In 1944, she said, |
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in the Communist Party. |

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 26,. 1952



C.J. Refuses

Court Must Make
Decision By Petition

HIS LORDSHIP Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery, in the

Court of Ordinary yesterd

ay, refused the application of

Mr. D'Arcy A. Scott, Government Auctioneer, to propound
the will of William Wallace Woodriffe, late of No. 4 Tudor

Street, against which a Ca’

Clyde Archer, Constituted Attorney of Joseph N. Wood-
riffe, a’son of the deceased, and one of the executors and

veat has been entered by Mr.

a beneficiary under an earlier will.

His Lordship ruled that the
matter should be brought before
the Court by a petition by either
of the two parties, in view of the
fact that there were before the
Court two wills, filed for pro-

bate by the propounder Mr.
Scott. His Lordship further
directed that the will be not

admitted in Common Form.

Mr. D. H. L. Ward, instruc-
ted by Messrs, Haynes & Griffith,
Solicitors, appeared on behalf of
the propounder, Mr. Scott,
while Mr, E. K, Walcott, Q.C.,
instructed by Messrs. Hutchin-
son & Banfield, Solicitors,
appeared for the Caveator.

On the 7th July this year;
Messrs. Haynes & Griffith filed
on behalf of Mr. Scott, a will
purporting to be the last will and
testament of Mr, Woodriffe, and
dated 13th September, 1951, in
which Mr. Scott is named as
sole executor, and the only bene-
ficiary. This is the Will which
Mr. Scott is seeking to have
propounded.

On the 22nd July, also of this
year, Mr. Scott personally filed
in the Registry, an earlier will
dated 19th June, 1951, and in
which Joseph Nathaniel Wood-
riffe, son, and Dorothy Leonaro
Cachie, daughter, of Mr. Wood-
riffe, are named as joint execu-
tors, and beneficiaries.

At the commencement of the
matter yesterday morning, Mr.
E. K. Walcott, the Caveator’s
Counsel raised a_ legal point
regarding the procedure to be
adopted, and said that according
to his instructions, there were
two wills file by his learned
friend’s client. If that were so,
the Chief Justice had brought to
his attention on the last occasion
when the matter was mentioned
in Court, Rule 8 (1) of the Rules
of the Court of Ordinary, under
the heading of CONTENTIOUS
MATTERS — PROCEDURE PRI-
OR TO HEARING, which states:

“In all cases in which wills,
codicils, or testamentary papers
are to be proved jin solemn form,
or in which one or more wills or
testamentary papers are pro-
pounded for the selection or
opinion of the Court, and in all
contentious ‘matters of the same,
shall be brought before the
Court by petition, which shall
contain a narrative as concise as
possible “of the material facts and
circumstances on which the party
petitioning . relies.”

Caveat Lodged

He had lodged a Caveat on
behalf of his client under Rule
XI, because he was not going to
be left out of the Court. He
argued that the moment anybody
filed two wills in Court, they
could only, and were only filed
for the purpose of propounding
them. and for proof and for
selection, and that had to be
done under Rule 8 (1), which
said it should be done by a peti-
tion.

If it were true that his learned
friend’s client put two wills in
Court. they were filed only for
one reason, and that was for the
Court to decide which of either

should be proved in solemn
form,

Mr. Ward said he could not
agree with the argument

advanced by his learned friend,
because there could be no ques-
tion that if the second will were
good, the first could never be
admitted in Court. There was
no question as to dates or in the
ease of selected wills, which was.
the last will of the person, or
where two or three wills were
put up in Court, and on the face

of neither it was clear which
was the last. Then it was the
duty of the Court to make a

relection for the purpose of say-
ing which was or was not the
last will.

Nor was there in the matter
hefore them, any question of
doubtful revocation. Unless the
will was a forgery, all testamen-
tary documents both under the
Revocation Clause and under the
Disposition of Property Clause,
show that the last will jis an
entire revocation of the first, and
the first will was as gi as if
it were destroyed.

Mr. Ward argued that the two
wills were not put into Court by
Hig client to ask selection of the
Will. According to his instruc-
tions, one will was filed for pro-
bate. and one was filed for the
information of the Court.

And according to the Act,
every other testamentary paper
must be filed in the Registrar’s











Office. It was not therefore a
ouestion of onybody coming to
the Court 1 i out which will
was to be hated. ‘They were
asiis r prebate of the last
will ix omm n. They also
prod will as a revo-
cation last one. If the
other sid ! to, they could
set up a C it, and ask for pro-
bate of the first will.

Cites Will Dispute



Mr. Wa S a precedent £75. SOWRDE GCO.L7B..
the matier Rawlins Will igttown, “
Dispute, in + the Caveator| Barbades,
had to pe to have one of
three wills propounded, and sug-
gested that there should be some
uniformity in matters of that
sort coming befere the Court.

His I hit ijourned for a
short while to refer to the previ-
ous case, and on _ resumption,

out that on
it was clear that
stamped for probate.
rd explained
to | instructions,

pointed

the two wills,
they

Mr

were
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other was

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filed }

VESTR YMEN
WRANGLE OVER
ADVERTISEMENT

From Page 1.
Press in connection with the
scholarships and those children
who sat the examination and were
placed would feel that they were
entitled to the scholarships. It
would therefore become very
hard on them if they were not
awarded any. scholarships.

Mr. Gale said that an advertise-
ment was inserted in the Press
with regard to the scholarships,
the people answered the adver-
tisement in good faith and there
was nothing that could be done
about it.

He said that nothing had been
drawn to his attention about any
change with regard to the ages
for the scholarships. There were
21 applicants who had complied
with the advertisement and if
Vestry did not award the schol-
orships, they woulq be making a
breach of contract,

Mr. J. O. Tudor said that he was
totally in agreement with Mr.
Gale’s remarks. Having put in that
advertisement in the newspapers
those children who sat the exam-
ination and were recommended
for the scholarships would have to
be awarded them, If an error had
been made concerning the age as
was set out in the advertisement
that was no fault of the appli-
cants,

Mr. B. A. Weatherhead also
expressed disagreement with the
edvertisement concerning the ages
and said that it was wrong.

Irregular Procedure

Mr. Mottley said that the proce-
dure seemed very irregular and
mage one suspicious, From what
the Clerk had said, he had in the
month of July been informed of
the vacant Archer Gittens Schol-
arship. He was told of no other
vacancies then and proceeded to
advertise for applicants for that
Scholarship and any other Vestry
Scholarships at St., Michael’s
School that might become vacent.

In the month of August the
Clerk said that he was told of
three vacancies at St. Michael’s
Girls’, for which Mr, Mottley
said there was no direct advertise-
ment,

It was therefore not surprising
that the situation had arisen.
What made it worse he said was
that the Clerk further informed
them that the examination for
the admission of Vestry scholars
to the School was only held after
the School was opened, Could
anyone think of a greater lack of
interest or of greater disrespect
to the Vestry? What was more
significant was that three of the
four candidates recommended
from the examination results were
already pupils of the school. The
entire procedure, he said, seemed
foreign to the one Miss Burton,
the headmistress of the school had
asked the Vestry to comply with
namely, that one examination a
year should be held and candi-
dates should be selected during
the year from that list.

If there had been an error let
it be admitted instead of
to fool the Vestry. In his opinion
something was wrong somewhere
and some person or _ persons
were fooling. He was interested
in seeing the right thing done and
was not prepared to award the
Scholarships that day until he had
got the. true facts. No harm
could be done to the children as
they were already ‘in the school.

Who could be fooled in this
island that only 21. children
would be found to apply for four
properly advertised scholarships
at the St. Michael’s Girls’ School?

At this stage the meeting
terminated due to the Ick of a
quorum,



for the information of the Court.
He said it was no fault of his
client‘s but the fault of the Re-
gistration Department,

Giving his ruling in the matter,
His Lordship said that in the
matter, there were two wills
before the Court, It had been
contended by Mr. Ward that it
was merely a Registration prac-
tice—one which was to be depre-
cated—which insisted that both
wills in matters of that sort
should come before the Court,
Be that as it may, and although
it might be Registration practice,

Application To

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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HODY FISHED GUT SEA



TT OF THE CROWD which sa
ter removed to the Public Mortuary yesterday morning after it
was found floating in the Careenage about 10.15 a.m. the same day.

w the body of 34-ycar-old- Hynford

Women Fined£2. 10
For Bodily Harm

HIS WORSHIP Mr. C.
of District “A”, yesterday

L. Walwyn, Police Magistrate
fined Irene Harding (51) and

‘Etheline Callender (24) both of Bath Village, Christ
Church, £2 10s. for inflicting bodily harm on Gretel

Harding on May 31.

Dead Body

Fished Out
Of Careenage

Shortly after 10 a.m. yesterday



two Police Constables, patrolling

the inner careenage in the Police
launch found the dead body of
34-year-old Vincentian Hynford
Paynter an engineer of the
Schooner Rainbow M., floating on
the water, A piece of old rope was
tied around the dead man’s neck.

The body of the man_ was
fished out by the Police and taken
to the Public Mortuary where a
post mortem examination was
performed by Dr. A. S. Cato the
same day.

Married Man

Capt. G. Marxs master of the
Schooner Rainbow M., now at
anchor in the Careenage told an
“Advocate” reporter yesterday
that the deceased who was a
married man with two children
left the schooner on the night of
September 23.

The next day he asked some ot
the crew if they had heard any-
thing about the deceased but thy
all said no and he reported the
matter to the Police.

The date for an inquest which
will be ,held before His Worship
Mr. G. B. Griffith has not yet been
fixed.

Rice Still In
Short Supply

The “Advocate” is still in
receipt of complaints that house-
wives in general are unable to
secure adequate supplies of rice.

It has been pointed out that of
the 987 bags of rice reported to
have been brought to the island by
the schooner Philip Davidson on
Tuesday, September 16, only 500
bags could have been used to help
to ease the shortage since the other
487 bags contained broken. rice

which would be used as animal
feed

The Financial Secretary at a
Press Conference said that 2,000
bags of rice were expected from
British Guiana during that week
and a further two thousand bags
were due this week.

As from October 1, he said,
regular supplies would be resum-
ed since the milling of the new
crop would commence.



he held that in the case there)

were two wills before the Court,
and they could only be there for
the selection of the Court, and
the matter, as a result, must
according to Rule 8 (1) of the
Rules of the Court of Ordinary
be brought before the Court b.
petition.

His Lordship pointed out that
if the ‘opcunder did no. bring
the petition, in his view, it was
also open to the other party to
bring the petition He would also
add that the will be not admitted
fn Common Form. ?



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The fine is to be paid im 14 days
or in default one month’s impris-
cnment with hard labour. Gretel
Harding told the Court that both
defendant beat her with a stick.

The case which Irene Harding
brought against Gretel Harding for
f&ssaulting and beating her on
March 31, was dismissed without
prejudice by Mr. C. L. Walwyn,

LABOURER FINED :

Twenty-four-year-old lebourer
Sydney Rudder of Passage Road,
St, Michael, was fined 15/- To be
paid in 14 days or 14 days’ im-
prisonment by His Worship Mr.
Cc. L. Walwyn for inflicting bodily
harm on Hazel Dottin of Passage
Road.

The offence was committed on
August 18, Rudder pleaded guilty.
Dottin said Rudder hiy her across
her left foot with a stick while
they had a row.

REMANDED :

“His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn
Police Magistrate of District “A”

yesterday remanded Gwendolyn
Jeffers, a 34-year-olq domestic
servant of Roebuck Street, St.

Michael until October 2 on charges
cf inflicting grievous bodily harm
on Elise Jackman with a knife
and wounding Olga Bowen of
Nelson Street,

The charges stated that oth
offences were committed on Sep-«
tember 25. Inspector Franklyn
attached to Central Police Station
is prosecuting for the Police,

CASE ADJOURNED :

The case in which Edmund
Jordan, a carpenter of Goodland,
St. Michael, is charged with using
threats to Elise Hall on July 27,
was yesterday adjourned until
Geptember 29 by His Worship Mr.
G, B. Griffith, Acting Police Mag-
istrate of District “A”.

Counsel in the case are Mr.
Di HM. Te Ward for Jordan while
Mr. J B. Dear is appeaging for
Elise’ Hall,

CLAIMS £5 DAMAGES :

In the Petty Debt Court of
District “A” yesterday, His Hon-
eur Mr. H. A, Talma adjourned
until October 1 the case in which
Beryl Pinder of Bay Land, St.
Michael, is claiming £5 damages
from Arnold Pinder, also of Bay
Land, St. Michael, for committing,
malicious damages to furniture
which she claims is her own,

She told the Court that the
offence was committed on August

DRIVER CHARGED :

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Di
,trict “A” yesterday adjourned
| until September 29, the case in



\which the Police has charged
| Norman Jemmott, a 25-year-old
salesman of Worthing, Chr-st

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Four Vessels
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one moto; vessel
ma schooners arrived in port
during the past two day The
ei oonvers, which urivel were
tard W. from Trinidad
Captain C. Wallace and
towsyd If foom Martinique
Captain Barnes. Both of
ve hs we consigned ‘to
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seeciauon
vessel which ar-
Caribbee from
r Captain :
This vesstl whieh is
nsigned to the Schoener
Association brought a
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ind Along with this
fruit which numbered
and 36 crates, the
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vessel which hag a
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many of whom hail
ihe vessel's home port of
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Canedian Chatienger which ar-
rived from Montreal with pas-
seng*rs and general cargo for
the island. There were 10 pas-

sengers landing and 14 intransit,

Th’s vessel wnich is under the
command of Captain V. N
Clarke also brought general car-
ge to the island. The cargo con-
sisted of 1885 bags of flour, 112
packages of ovaltine, 13 tierces of
pickled meat. Other cargo in-
cluded stationery, peanuts, elec-
tric goods, brooms, wheat and
fruit, and spice from the islands.

“TROJAN” REPAIRED

The launch “Trojan” which was
undergoing extensive repairs on
‘ae site near the Government
crane was returned to the water
yesterday afternoon. The “Tro-
jan” was taken from the water
about six weeks ago to undergo
minor repairs, but while these re ~
pairs were being carried out it
was found that more extensive
repairs were necessary.

Yesterday afternoon tts crew
assisted in replacing it on the
water, in order to give it a trial
run,

The launch “Sea Prince” which
was damaged in an incident with
one of the life ooats of tho
French liner Colombije is due to
take the place of the Trojan in
the near future,

\ BUSY DAY.

Hand-cart owners had a busy
day again yesterday. This was
cecasioned by the arrival of the
motor vessel Caribbee from Dom-

irica with a shipment of
oranges, grapefruit, lemons and
tangerines, That part of the

wharfside near the berth of the
motor vessel was very busy yes-
terday afternoon as dealers in
this commodity sought thei
various consignments, which the
vessel had brought.

Snow-ball venders made most
of the opportunity to do trade,

as hawkers, sweating in the
bhurning sun assisted the vessel's
crew in unloading the cargo

which they seemed very eager to
have.

HARGED.

CECIL MOORE, a_ boatman
of. Passage Road, St. Michael
was discharged from the
General Hospital yesterday after-



Cc

noon, Moore was detained at
the Hospital on September 24
after one of the lifeboats of the
S.S, Colombie broke its tackle

from the davits and fell over the
side of the ship damaging ti
stern of the launch Sea Prince
about 10 a.m. the same day.
Moore who was a member of
the crew of a row boat which
was near the stern of the launch

et the time of the incident re-
eeived injuries to his shoulder
and spine.

ES
without due care and attention on
December 25,

Sgt. Forde of the Traffic Branch,
Central Station, is prosecuting on
behalf of the Police. -

Yesterday Clarence Brathwaite
of Culloden Road, told the Court
that while riding his bicycle on

rtulloden Road, he was involved
in on accident with the car
M—48, He noticed that the

defendant was the driver.

Diamond Rings
LOUIS L, BAYLEY
Bolton Lane





NEW MATERIALS

in shades of Pink,





SELECTING THESE

PAGE FIVE



Oistins Round-Up : |

gs And |

Sea-eg
Fish Searce

The

complaining





there be? . . . wonderful

_ mylone by Aristoc

de prechene eo pease a0 otry sn bewhihes smrpeie
ingly strong... yet ouch emasingly geod wales!
Hare come magice! Aristes mylene to lighters your
step created fer you by « sposalios company
which makes cotking but fine stockings These’:
« chade to mateh your every meedend doup

residents of Oistins
that fish and sea-
€ggs are scarce when the Advocate
paid a‘visit there yesterday.

Sometimes fish can be had with-
out any trouble, but now tha
there are so little catches, people |
make a rush for their quota. The
most popular fish in supply is the
red fish, and as some people say,
these fish come out of the sea
with names on them, that is th
fisherman has his regular cus
tomers,

PREPARE NETS





Fishermen were preparing thei
nets yesterday, the biggest nc j
being a seine net. Seine boats aiv|
hauled up on the beach now fo. |
r " |

There was little activity aroun |
the town and fishermen had
gathered in cool places discussin,: |
the various types of fish ee

could be caught at this time c!
the year.

AT ALMSHOUSE



Many persons gathered at the |
Christ Church Alinshouse yeste: - |
day awaiting the doctors attend-
ance. The busiest days for the
doctors are Thursdays.

Two doctors are always ther
one for the young, and the oth«
for the old.

PREFER RIVER

Mbre than a dozen boys we:
seen bathing in the St. Lawrence
river yesterday. Some of then
prefer the river to the sea, be-
cause the water is always calm.

Police Band At |
Hastings Rocks

The Police Band Fortnight):
Concert will take place at Ha:-
tings Rocks tonight commencii
at 8 o'clock, weather permitting

The programme will be cor

|
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GINGER





ducted by the N.C.O0.’s of th |
Band. |
PROGRAMME
March of Triumph—Entry of Gladint 9
—Fucis |
Conductor—Cpl, E. Murrell |
Overture—On Themes of Techatkowsh | 7
~-Godire aa
Conductor—-Band-Sgt, C. Archer, | B’DGS
Suite Ballet Music Faust—-Gouno | } | i a
Conductor—Cpl. B. Morris |
Concert Valse Dolores-—-W aldt
Conductor—Cpl, EB. Murreli
Two Parisian Sketches -‘a) Demoise
Chie . Fiete's
(b) Bal_ Macy
-Fletel.
Conductor—Band-Set, C. Archer
Two Light Pieces-—-'a) The Buttertly
Bens |
(b) Perpetuum Mobis |
Str
Conductor—Cpl, B. Morris
Two Ballads (a) Rosey of ad a
We
Soloist—Band Cadet C, Grant
(b) The English R
~Gerin
Soloist-—Bandsman G. Lovelle
Conductor-- Musical Play The Daneing Yer «
~Ivor Nove ‘
Conduetor ©, Areher

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CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2506

FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

—_——_..



IN MEMORIAM

OLARKE—To the sacred memory
Rosieta Pauline who fell asleep

Jesus on the 26th of September, 1951
Far from sorrow far from sin,





of

in
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‘AR-—1947



Ford Prefect, formerly



Pass’a beyond o/l grief and pain M—#06. Pilgrim Mission Home, Bank
In its dawn, this fresh young life | Hall, Phone 3692, 24.9.52—3n
God has saved from weary strife,
George and Merita (parents) Richard, CAR—Hiliman Convertibie Owner Driv-
Harold, Denzil, Anthony (brothers) }«m six months. Only done 4,000 miles
Ethel Bramao (gmse-sotien) + Call Mrs. Easdon 8496. 24.9. 52—3n.
6—1n. | ee


CAR—Austin A-40 late 1951 .
Gear-shift in steering, 5,000 miles. Can)
be seen at Eckstein Bros. 22.9.52—5n. |



FOR ENT

CAR—Humber Hawk Saloon Car. Per-
|Tect Condition. Done only 7,500 miles









‘Owner jeaving Island. Tel. 2961.
HOUSES poe
= | HILLMAN SALOONS — new and

jused. Austin Saloons — used Citroen
Cole & Co., Ltd.

26. 9. 52—4n.
paella tear on latin
| TRUCKS—New Morris 5 ton Trucks
fa, Equipped with six cylinder 100

| MIP. O.H.V. Engine, large ali steel cab,

BUNGALOW—One Modern Bungalow
Brown's Gap, Hastings 3. Bedrooms
Water and Lights. Dial 2993.

26 .9.52--2n

FURNISHED BUNGALOW AND FLAT
at Coral Swnds, Worthing. Good sen-

Saloon.





bathing. Apply to No. 6 Coral auxillary gear box for cane
ground work,
or Dial 8134. eo Hydro-Vac brakes, helper springs, shock
HOPE ws thos No”: | *userbers all round. Can be supplied

EY . pon ‘
Highway, Small, New, One door stone ROYAL GARAGE LTD.,







House Completely furmished. Al) Conve of
wlences it 2 Raut =— 4504. 18.9.52—5n.
e m 8.5: n
| ELECTRICAL
MODERN USE, Pine Hill, un-,
finished, 3 rooms, Living & Break- ELECTRIC BUTTER CHURN. Only
fast rooms. Garage 4840. Jced for One month. Phone early 95273.
26..9. S2—ip 2.9, 52—3n



JOHN M. BLADON & CO. i
2 4



NEW ARRIVALS from U.S.A. include



PLYMOUTH—Crane Coast, the famous Sunbeam Products, Auto
and from With Jan. to Jan. Bist, 1953 jmatie Mix masters, Toasters, Waffle
Phone 2953. 2.8.52-t.f.n.'wons & the new combination Steam an‘
— =~ - ————— - Ory Tron; Secure one of these io
“TIVERTON” situate In Strathclyd: | ippliances from DaCOSTA & CO., Lip
containing closed gallery, separate | drawing amd diniig gooms, four bed-| 23. 9. 62—én
rooms, seperat. toilet and bath, sma.) ;



hall and kitchen. Garage gnd servant |

PHILCO DELUXE REFRIGERATOR





































room, Rent 965.00 per n th. For par-/|0.7 Cubic feet In size with PHEILCO
ticulars apply to Carrington & Seal dependable Automatic Defrost anc
Solicitors, Lawas Street nero-zone freezer of 39 ind capacity
24. 9. 52—5n | with Stainless Steel food Rack and
other exclusive PHILCO features is
jnow on display in Broad Street et
WA TED Messrs Cave Shepherd's Store. Don’:
feil to inspect it. Hull & Son, PHILCO
Distributors, Room 302, Plantations Ltd.
_—— ~~ |iuilding, Lower Broad Street
26. 9. 52—3n
MISCELLANEOUS * an
CHAIR-—One Barber's Chair. Reply

Box. A. G, ¢/o Advocate aes “| CANE CARTS without tyres and pi
Det. 9.52—2. 1 erm from $360.00 up to $500.00 from
i Stock or ean be ordered for the comin;
GOOD HOMF FOR BLACK LABR \ crap, Smith's Engineering Works. Phone
DOR. DOG. Very affectionate, countr? } 947, Roebuck Street 26.9.52-—3n

preferred. Apply Lady Stow, Highgat | J

House. | TRAILERS—Suitable to be drawn by

26, 9. 62-—Ir

| Tractors. Apply The General Engineer-





' “ r 45.9. —— .
Apuaecuntirnihed Hecse two or | ‘ME .Cd-» Spry, Street. 8.8. Sein
three bedrooms modern convenience
within seven miles from town, Sea MISCELLANEOUS
inland Write 0.Q. c/o Advocate. - ee
26.9. 52-2 BABY'S ITEMS — One (1) Baby’s Cra-
nme emmn Tle, one (1) Baby's American Bath, one
TABLES-~-Two antique Console Tables| (1) Baby's Play Pen. Ali Painted biue
(Pair) in good condition. Millard jand in good condition Phone: Mrs
O14. 21.9,.52—6n | Stoute 43%. 24,9.52—3n.
neitiihilaeigeaninanin, | eccnainentitnsabiaintietnaetne =:
FISH FOOD - Spratts Tropical fish
LosT «& FOUND foot and Aquarium Fish food. Now
obtainable at Knight's Ltd
24.9.52—3n.







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England's leading Daily Newspaper now
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LOST





——
IN Broad Sireet, one pair

BIFOCA!







a ; | Representative. Tel. 3113.
GLASSES in Case. Finder will be suit
ably rewarded. J. H, O'Dowd Eyan 17,4.62—t.f.n
Wm. Fogarty {B'¢os.) Ltd.
25, 9. S2—t4.n

PERSONAL





WATCH—Ladies Gold Wrist Watch
on National Bus, between Bus Stand and

—





4 if —
op Hewitt. Seas aac i. The public are hereby warned against
ook 26.9.52-~in. | *tving credit to my wife, Fulvis Magrete

Bishop (nee B: r) as % do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else
contracting any debt or debts in my nam
unless by 2 written order signed me
Signed ALFRED Ly) ET BISHOP,
Spring 1 Village,
St. La

icy.
25.9 8220



(REMOVAL)

The application of Gladstone Bowen 0!
Halls Village, St. James, the holder of
Liquor License No. 255 of 1982 granted
in respect of a boarded and shingled
rep attached to residence situated at
Valls Village, St. James, to remove said
license to a boarded and shingled shop
ettached to residence situated at Holder
iiil!, St. James and to we m% at such
last described premises

Dated this 23rd day of September
1952.

Sweet dreams

7 (Sgd.) G. BOWEN,
No fuss —— no tears ~

Applicant
ToS. H. NURSE



















bs “ : y 7 . . * ae Esq.,
ie i ae eS Police Magistrate, Dist. “E”, Holetown
ry other stage in the N.B.--This application will be consid-
a ee h bust 1 ved ata Licueaing Court to be held o
rales appy iness © he 7th October, 1952, at 11 ofclook a.m
PTA P rowing when | at Molice Court, Dist “E”, Holetown,
Suse 7 = S. H. NURSE,



ae” = Mother insists on
ROBINSON’S ‘ratenr, GROATS

EPO LOSS PEF ESSS
LEBANON PORESTERS Inc.
Court Conrad Reeves, No. 12

Reg to, remind Kindred Brethren
and Friends of their
- DANCE
TONIGHT

Police Magistrate Dist. “E” Heletown.
26.9.52—1n.

WE carry an assortment
of GOOD BOOKS
see them at

« Advocate Stationery ”




















2 Whether you are conva-
leorias or jimply need a
health-build me pep ite
YEAST-PHOS is Se
to problem. Vitamins
poll gp Bh combined in

YEAST. are
to healt anand

At the Children’s Goodwill

League, stitution Road




Surprises are in store for all
including Canada Dry’s Variety ot

Drin

Come yourself,



and enjoy

ONE LOL LEE
nex meron sas



The Housewife's
Alphabet

RDER TODAY

NE of the Ascot
Heaters

NOTICE

BARBADOS MUTUAL











-~» See it at Your
Gas Show rooms

HOT WATER BENEFIT SOCIETY
immediately on Tap to Bath me eee ehcesnand
Basins Notice is hereby given that the

and all

abovenamed (deceased) having

without making any nomination
on feeord, the Committee or
Management have, in accordance
with Rule #1 decided to maxe
payment of his funeral benefit to

Cecil Boyce,
Anyone knowing any just
cause or reason why such pay-

ment should not be made to the

ee AI ern mR Rena ne we

WINSTON CHURCHILL’S
THE SECOND WORLD
WAR Volume V



ee erson above mentioned, is here-
SOUVENIR CHRISTMAS y Tequired to send A written
and signed statement of = suc’!

CARDS OF BARBADOS facts, supported by satisfactor)

At evidence to the Secretary at the

Registered office, 48 Swan Street,
on or before 3 p.m. on the #ih
day of Getober, 1952.
By order of the Committee,
Cc. W. REEVES,
26.9.52—n. Secretary.

JOHNSON'S
1ONER





| FuRNist Now
|



Just Received

gx Fralt Cocktat The Money Saving Way

Vanities & Dressing Tables $9
Bedsteads, Beds, Springs,
Cradles, Chests-of-Draw-
TABLES for
Radio

"Bebe
Cern

Cherse
Vegetable Soup
» Tomato Soup

Dining,
Fancy

Kit-
use,

&

Larders, Wagons, Tea Trolleys,
” Sulton See {| Sideboards -— ‘CABINETS for
‘)/ i ianatae {} China, Bedroom & Kitchen,
| Salad Cream Tenens enee: Ye
» Baked Beans
‘ |} DRAWING ROOM _ FURNITURE
aoe ee J] 'n Morris and Caned. Morris

Cushions $4 up.
ICE BOXES $20 up, Typewriter,

Prams, Ware Drainers and many
other things.

L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET





e
STUART & SAMPSON $}!
(1938) LTD.

Hoeedquarters for Best Rum |
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OSOSOSSOSS Os eSominnyy

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DIAL 4060





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE}





PUBLIC SALES |PUBLIC

























of November 1952, after which date 1

Se er tee eas fhe | shall proceed to distribute the assets o1

fitted with extra power points, and the
windows are fitted with hoods and shut- ;
ters.

On the ground floor there is a large

titled thereto, having regard



estate are requested to settle their
debtedness withou: d fs
Dated the 25th day of September 1952,
} HAMPDEN) ARCHIPALD CUKE,
Qualified Executor,

Clara Alsop Gale,

The under-mentioned will offer the prem
ises for sale by public auction at their
office, No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown
on Friday the 10th day of October, 1952,
st 2 p.m. Inspection to be arranged by |
telephoning 8185, For further particulars
und conditions of sale apply to:
COTTLE, oe & CO
9.5:

cellar 8 ft. high with cement floor andj "ve had notice, and that I shall not

ample room for storage, laundry ete | Be able for assets so distributed to

There is a gatage and servant’s room in | “"Y person of whose debt or claim

the grounds, and servant’s bath and | *"4li not then hav« notice.

toilet in the ground floor of the house. | And all per indebted to the said
;





Estate









Deceased.
26.9.52—3n,
; ~y 4
ene eas | Govt. Must Retain
GRAEME HALL TERRACE, 2
Cunist CHURCH ' Atomic Monopol

The residence lately occupied by Mrs. ! Pp y
Millicent Hawkins } 2 95

This well and substantially built stqne . te DENVER, Sept. 20.
residence stands on 29,318 square feet o! | Atomic Energy Commissioner,
1and enclosed with a py Sg — fine Yenry Smyth, said on Thursday
view over the Christ urch coast. '

The house contains an open verandah, ; that the time for government ‘to
drawing ond dining rooms, three bed-!relinquish its monopoly on
Some, WO BACES seed SoReee, pantry. {atomic production and research
kitchen and store-room. ulit-in cup-) 4.
bvards are a feature of the construction. | Still is a iong way off.

In the basement, there ate 8 wash-| He cited three reasons for con-
room, garage © cars, work-room; | ;
store-room and large cellars. There are | tinued government mee;
also three servants’ rooms, servant's bath | The need for secrecy; 2. e
Bnd toilet sna 8 bys eeye. The lawns | need for health and safety safe-
and grounds -| ; “ ‘
ering trees and shrubs and the whole guards; 3. The “absolute neces
property is in excellent repair and con-|sity” for making sure that no
cition. it < m-

aes Mndaraldiad wilt citer the prot jareney explosives escape gove
for sale by public auction at their office, | Men control.

No. 1%, High cutteete spridgetown, on Smyth spoke here before the
Friday the 3r ctober at 2 p.m iy ; fs
in Saeilon on application to Mr. C. B. Western Division of the Ameri
Martin Doorley & can Mining Congress. Smyth

‘isnett, C/o Mesers







Co., Ltd., Palmetto Street, Bridgetown. !s,id the atomic programme is
For further pa ORD & co., {still one of total expenditure
17.9.62—8n Solicitors. | with virtually no income in

a — sight—U.P.
AUCTION |
Se ai eR >
UNDER THE SILVER Seven BombersNow
HAMMER : .
On Tuesday With by order of Mr. | At Broome Field

". G. Cabral, we will sell his furniture
t Tivorton, Strathclyde, which includes
Morris Settee for 3 and 2 Rocker
( offee Tables, Dining Table and Chair
iL in Mahogany: Piano by Irmiler,, Con-

PERTH, Sept. 25.
Seven Royal Australan Air-
foree bombers are now stationed



foleum, China, ute strie ‘aoe rae at Broome airstrip about 300
\/all Mirrors, White Printe us rn i) ?
(hairs @& Rockers, Sinall Mird. Hat- miles northwest of Monte Bello,
‘'d, Drugeet, Single Simmons Bed. security area, The detachment
ice Seeapee sted Arkh Eee: complete w ite: maintenance
t end, ne an Setton - 7 Pra.
esses: TBurenu, Mird.. Press, Vanity ¢reWs and supplies came from
ble with triplet Mirrors in Mahogany: tne patie air station Am-
hole. Steel Chalrs, Enam op brey near Brisbane,
ies with 4. chairs, Frigidaire,” ay

| wove ete. all in Porcelain & Enamel woth |. There was no official confirma-
‘‘Svomiurn Fittings, This Furniture is|tion but their presence is thought
Koders, Sreaon new ong he cone ‘eertain to have something to do
fale 11, o'clock. ‘erms Cash 7

. with atomic tests. Deputy Chief
SRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | 0) Air Staff Air-Vice Marshal

- 26.9.52~-2n.|V. F. Hancock, passed through

Onslow for Broome in a Mustang



fighter, Western Area Command-
er Air Commodore W. Hely also
pessed Onslow on a return flignt
from Broome.—vU.P.

| RATES OF EXCHANGE

| 25TH SEPTEMBER, 1952







Selling Buying
YOUTHFUL NEW YORK
73 3/10% Pr. Cheques on
ul if er ce De zt 6/10% Pr,
- Sight or man’
fu e H Drafts 71 4/10% Pr
: 73 3/10% Pr. Cable
vigour | 71 8/10% Pr. Currency 10 1/10% Pr.
| Coupons 69 4/10% Pr.
; , | $0% Pr. Silver 20% Pr.
Why be tired, taki CANADA
* 80 6/10% Pr. Cheques on
onstipated Demand Drafts 78.75% Pr.
| j Bankers 78 9/10% P
shi liverish wa ; | 6/10% Pr. Cable
or suffer indigestion? Bile Beans | 79 1/10% Pr. Currency ” $710% Br
* Z Coupons 7/10
will make you vitally fit, full of | 59, eee pa 4g

energy, bright-eyed and happy
BE SURE TC GET THESE MEDICALL’
TESTED AND APPROVED BILE BEANS

CONQUER PAIN
_ SCIENTIFIGALL

PANACIN/ contains four well-proven medicines, i.¢., Phenacetin,
. Caffeine, Acetylsalicylic Acid=and QUININE. These four
medicines, scientifically balanced, work synergistically—that is why
they relieve pain fast, restore your sense of well-being !
fAWACiN] ts welcomed by Doctors! Over 12,000 doctors and dentists
in Great Britain alone use It In thelr surgeries! Fevers,
colds, headaches, toothache, rheumatism, neuralgia—this wonderful
new specific brings you amazingly quick rellef from ail of them !
costs little. You can buy it
in two-tablet envelopes—
enough to bring quick relief from 5
bout of pain. Or in handy 20-tablet
boxes. Or in 50-tablet bottles—keop
one of these in your house.

ARM YOURSELF
AGAINST PAIN
GET ‘ANACIN’ TODAY!

‘amagm' te ad te Oreat"Britnin ond South Afvien under the nam: ‘ANADIN

FOR SALE

AT

Graeme Hall Terrace

Modern Two Storey Stone built Residence containing 3 bed-
rooms With built-in wardtobes, large living room, gallery,
kitchen, garage, laundry and 2 servants’ rooms, pprox,
18,000 sq. ft. of land. Easily convertable into two flats,

The owner of this property ts not returning to the Colony
and will sacrifice for first offer over £3,600,

‘e,Pr.
Rolex Watches

LOUIS L, BAYLEY
Bolton Lane





We consider this to be a give away figure with the land
value alone being worth over £1,000.

JOHN M. BLADON & CO.

"Phone 4640

Plantations Building



the said estate among the parties en-|
to |
sueh claims of which 1 shall then have |



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NOTICES |







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University College of the West

e
Indies
EXTRA-MURAL DEPARTMENT
A COURSE OF TEN LECTURES
ON
PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE
AT

, THE BRITISH COUNCIL, WAKEFIELD, WHITE PARK
beginning Monday, September 29th
at 8.00 p.m.



SOME



Shakespeare’s Stage. 6. Twelfth Night
The Comedy of Errors 7. Othello

King John 8. Macbeth

. Julius Caesar ©. Antony and Cleopatra
As You Like It 10. The Winter’s Tale

Fee for the Course : $1.00 (84c. te Members of
Extra-Mural Association)

Single Lectures : 24e, (16c. te Members of
Extva-Mural Association)

ean




















SCHOOL TICKETS

IN ORDER to reduce the delay occasioned in
purchasing SCHOOL TICKETS, it has been
found necessary to fix a minimum of TWENTY
TICKETS’ for each sale. Smaller quantities
will only be sold towards the end of the school
term in order to finish out the term.

Ga The above arrangements are EFFECT-
IVE FROM MONDAY, 29TH SEPTEM-
BER, 1952.



General Motor Omnibus
Co., Lid.

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DO YOU RIDE TRIUMPH, AMBASSADOR
OR SILVER KING?

This shipment of Ambassadors is
sold out at sight but you could
book now for next shipment. The
floating-ride Silver King bikes
are here, on terms!

@ A. BARNES & CO., LTD.










OS SRR Sas eee ees

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1952

SHIPPING NOTICES

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_ a —__—__-- —--—— — |} 1K j fe : 4 }
i i c Wharton, B. Wharton
EAL ESTATE NOTICE \! 5. Wharton, V. Taurel, J. Milian, Mf. D>!

eehecenkaver stein’ is 7 given that all persons ving | ps} | | Preita: A Gibson R Seon)

BUNG j—Newly erected modern | any or claim upon or affecting the 4{{G. | Timm (Casson) R. Casson,
stone bungalow Two bedrooms, Elec-| Estate of Ernest Carlisle Field te il lkes-Jone s foulkes-Jones, M ROYAL NETHERLANDS
trigity and wate Land 2,440 sq. ft. | Belleville in the parish of Saint 2 sael, 1 iii W. Parker, i. Ardila, L. Ar-!

w: ruit trees. Two miles from Bridge- | who died in this Isiand o p.3 , lila, E. Cubillen H. Willis, BE, Willis, V + oyat t
town Dial 4598 mornings only Not of February 1952 denasantn, “coe mae Cooks, M. Cubillan, A. Veroes. STEAMSHIP co. Pe N/T CAMEEES a hooak
Sundays 26.9.52—In. | required to send in porticulars of their ' DEPARTURES Sa "Rntigua, Montserrat, Nevie and
a | claims duly attested to Viola Eulalie i} | For Trinidad: " SARIS FRE HUROPE Se See Ae eldey etm teak

“CRANE HOUSE” situate in the parish | Fields, the qualified Administratrix of the In Carlisle Ba j 4. 9. SB M.S. NESTOR, 19th September, 1952. St. Kitts, Sailing Friday 2 ns
of Saint Philip standing on 12 acres! Estate of the said Ernest Cariisie Fields, y | M. Leonard, M. Leonard, M. Leon-}M.S HERSILIA, 2th September, 1868.

1 rood and 22 perches of land. {c/o Messrs Hutchinson & Banficid, at : lard, HM. Dindial, H. Grote, L. Car-|™.S. BONAIRE, Sra October, 1952. The M/V “MONEICA” wiil aceept

The House contains six bedrooms, draw- | their office at James Street, Bridgetown,|, “eheoners: Cyril E. Smith, Philip 1%.) rasguero, C. Jimemez, M. Jimemez, ! SAILING TO EUROPE Cargo aa Passengers for Dormimi-
ing, dining and living rooms and usua)/on or before the 15th day of November, acs on peas D ‘3 w an ra M : a M. ~, c, a, + 2 M.S. WILLEMSTAD, 7th October, 1952. ca. Antigua. Montecrrat, Bevis
offices. 19°2, after which date I shall proceed to |~ Orv MEmON ce a 1a cope, RK. Graceila, T. int- 1s ’ t

The above will be set up for sale at ibute the assets of the sala estate Fr@nkiyn o. » _ Meter veeunes B.:brun, C. Marshall, D. Ibberson, H. Har- wicca ihe woe =. ew oe
Io's SEG 2 PEala: Gs |code EM | epee me te a | |
ales of Ee ; es Pa — oe ee ae ARRIVALS \ gis. eiecnades M.S, BONAIRE, 20th Ocioher, 1952. B.W4A. SCHOONER OWNEES
. CARRINGTON & SEALY, thet 3 shall not be Mable fon assete so dis- M.V. Caribbee, 100 tons, from Dom-} ™m. 9. 52. SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND CURACA’ ASSOCIATION (INC.)

Lucas Street tributed to any person of whose debt or | !"i¢ a3 one cere 2 ae. Con-; |. Ross J. Mc Farland, H. Bacchus. | M.S. HERSILIA, 13t: October, 1962. Consignee, Tele. No. 4047
-9.52]c.aim I shall not have had notice at the | ''##© o smooner wners
time of such distribution ¢ sociation } en Ss. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD.,

% ACRE OF LAND. Situated at Carl-| And all persons indebfed to the said| 5.5. Canadian Challenger, 3935 tons, Agents.
ton, St. James. Containing built |estate are requested to settle their; {fom Montreal under Captain V. N | In Touch With Barbados .
tone Bungalow, 34 x 26’. Car- | accounts without deiay Clarke. Agents:— Gardiner Austin &
dinal Jackman, Crystal Springs, St. Dated this 11th day of September 1952, | ©°... Ltd Coastal Station
James — 91—54. 21.9.52—6n. VIOLA E. FIELDS. Schooner: Gardenia W., 48 tons, from s » z

Qualified Administratrix of the} "rinidad under Captain C Wallace

LAND—2% Acres of Land at Salters, | Estate of Ernest Carlisle Fields,|Consigned to the Schooner Cwners |, Cable and Wireless (WI) Ltd. advise anatlian ational teamships
St. George. Going reasonable. Apply to | deceased Association. that they can now communicate with
cues Waterean (Sanitary Inspec- | 12.9.52—4n,| Sehooner: Linsyd 11, 36 tons irom | the samowe stor through their Bar-

) ° . George. _| Martinique under Captain Barnes. Con- | bados Coast = . ee pape

52~8n Schoorier -| Chanda maica Producer, Ariguan
‘HBOUND
ae, | NOTICE Se ae the Bayano, ' - /Kpki, ee ee Sails Salle Seth = Arrives Salls
“BYWAYS” 11S hereby given that all persons having DEPARTURES Pathfinder, Argentan, Planter, Caltex- Montres! Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
jany debt or claim against or affecting Istanbul, Merchant, Wilford, Dolores,
ROCKLEY yy ROAD, ithe estate 42 C ‘ALSOP GALE 8.s. Coens for Trinidad. Delft on = U; 9 /Wmem.
T CHURCH sb LARA Ls Schooner: manda T 'rinidad . .Mentor/Pix rugua, .

This We eT ee RT uit stone {late of Dalkeith Road in the parish oi} ““"°°"e! aes Sislaes ‘Colonial, Union Pioneer, Etnefjelj,| CANADIAN CHALLENGER 12 Sept. 15 Sept. — Sept. 25 Sept.
residence stands on 19,260 sq. ft. of land |5aint Michael in this Island, Widow, Colombie, Regent Leopard; trinern- | LADY NELSON ee 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Sept. 6 Oct. 7 Cet.
enclosed by hedges, with a view of the} Who died in this Island on the 1lth day S li arsk, Hallanger, Rio Orinoco, Stentor/

Rockley Golf Course of December 1951, are hereby required eawe Phsy, Teakwood, Juvenal Vigrid, Aleoa NOMTUBOUND

The house contains on one floor, sit-|to send in particulars of their claims, Cavalier, Stugard, E. J. Henry, - Arrives Salis Artives Arrives Arrives
ting and Dining rooms, 3 large bedrooms | “uly attested, to the undersigned Hamp- ARRIVALS tina, Patruea, Caltex Gothenburg, A i og Borbatos Barbades Besteu Heilfax Montres!
fitted with basins and running water, and |@en Archibald Cuke, qualified Executor] Prem Si. Lucia: Ancapcuarto, Brasil/Siqt, Opequon, LALY WoOUN : BM Gept, Ist Oct, 11 Cet. 12 Oct. 16 Oct.
two of them with built-in cupboards, a |! the Will of the said Clara Alsop Gaile, 24. 9, 52 anger, S, Mateo/Fntx, Mormac c CHALLENGER 6 Oct. 8 Oct — 21 Oct. 24 Oct.
large well-Atted kitchen, and separate | deceased, in care of Messrs. Yearwood] 1. Cxmpbell, W. Brathwaite, L. | Blue Ocean, Marquesdecomillas, Houegn- LADY NELSON + « %@ Qet. 21 Oct. 3 Oct. 31 Cot 4 Nov.
bath and toilet. & Boyce Solicitors, James Strect,| Haywood, L. Gittens, J Mitehell. hood, Porthuon.

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Know Your Cricket
LAW 39

Antigua Score 72 Against Montserrat












































(From Our Own Correspondent) FE. Walcott c & bid. Riley 1

: a ANTIGUA, Sept. 25. H. Anthonys run out 10

By O. 8. COPPIN ; ’s Diary The second Seaeh Pg A a Leo Gore ce. & ory -
: Says Sportsmans Mary ard Islands Tournament, An- 7 Sclick Did. Davie cia! Davis

A bowler runs up to bow! ligua vs. Montserrat, opened to- G. Piggott not out <3 3
one, two, three, four eight British ix mile *hampion lay in fine weather Antigua’s ! gy fet Edwards bid. Meade §&
nine, ten steps; he delivers, th GORDON PIRIE may be appear- skipper, Leo Gore, won the toss mene aes
ball strikes the batsman’s pad ¥ing in Oklahoma next year. He and elected to bat on what ap- Total 7
there is a dull ominous thud an oe hye offered a scholarship at peared to be a good wicket but Be a —

a Stentorian appeal How Oklahoma University and will proved tricky . Cesn e _ wT. -
that? — “Lbw man.” consider going there next Septem- Antigua’s innings which lasted 7 Davis bid. Gonsalves * 4

The index finger of the umpire ber iwo eee 25 ae was 72 3 Bu ke ic Roberts bid _ ‘ C
goes Up and the .batsman sadly ‘ “They wanted me now, oe runs for all, the same firs innings Anthonyson :
makes his” way towards th« says, “but I require more details total as was made by St. Kitts and WT r Lb.w. Waleatt et ;
pavilion. The umpire’s indeg of the offer. You certainly get Nevis in the first match. | Total 54 ;
finger does not go up and the no help in this country. People Montserrat veteran fast, bowler _—
batsman breathes a sigh of re- want you to run for them until j erformed the: hat trick" taking ‘

q o> ‘ anys one sone else. he wicke proved & e
a ines is ree help Vv NKAD srrat’s close of play score was UNIVERSITY U BENGALINE HANDBAGS
Unpopular you in your personal affairs. I - MAI . 4 runs for three wickets, OF THE WEST INDIES (Gros-grain Material)

Whether rae = grnagggs i prep think it is wrong.’ j di Cri THE SCOREBOARD | for }
out or not there is almost al- k t Antigua’s Ist Innings. : . ‘ }
ways bound to be dissentient r Turned Off Track in ndian 1¢cKe Thomas ©. wkt. keeper ‘ Cocktails — Weddings

2 ‘ sre is nec e Maso: ards 3 *
voices from the respective sup- banking so long as he keeps on ee veg, bik. reyes 20 Extra-Mural Department Informal Evening Wear
porters and a resentment in the running. He devotes all tis verages Camacho e wkt. keeper bid i |
heart of the bowler and fields- pare time to training and hds no eer aS eedins Ly ‘RENCH CONVERSATION @
men for lbw is the most vexa- time for evening stud) % , ” pa Ati

. me fot 8 y- LONDO: . inds- Very Attractive Styles :
tious and controversial route by He tells me he is now doing The following are the indian Mating —— re Hing ats sgn naan t - ind
which a player can be dismissed. 100 miles a week, mostly across “nd bowling averages for all first-cla:s . | dresmzpicl . ? ‘ ofour Tange to a

This being the case let us study fields in Army boots. He had to "shes Including Sek itt George Park | Michael os pg School choose from. {
the law proper before we decide be turned off the Tooting track Not Highest * ° a {
to discuss the circumstances un- at closing time recently. He had . hashes Inns. bie von — ws. Bect Invincible wee, ee e i
der which it should or should done 15 furlongs, 10 quarter » N°"Gnirigar 41 6 1988 geet aa? 5 p.m. Red, Navy :
not be applied:— miles and then another 10 fur- v L. Manirekar 33 6 1089 133. 39.22 A large crowd witnessed George hie Laan ed, paki Black, White,

4 longs—and still wanted to go on. y ee a ae ih 8) park defeat Invincible at George peraa Phe ireen, Brown
LAW 39 L.B.W. Recently in the floodlit meeting 5 k ‘Gackwad 34 3 852 87 274° Park on Saturday. This win has Wednesda October Ist _

The striker is out “Leg be- t the White City he ran a mile. G Cc. Ramehand 32 6 644 134 i been the fourth outright victory y, 60c
fore wicket” — if any part of his It is part of his preparation for a 0 G. Phadkar 32 4 689 94 in five games played. Fee i Come. " CAVE SHEPHERD & (0 Lip
person except his hand, which || 5.000 metres event at Berlin. Ree nt ae a ee ae The scores were: Invincible 72; re Nee rmere * ‘
is in a straight line betweenB® Cricket Cash R. V. Divecha 17 3 294 61 21. Ff, Callender 4—26 and S. Alleyne wen 1 ad
wicket and wicket, even though Our cricketing counties are not DOWLING . w. ave, $--82;.and 46, F. Callender 3 for aa Lesson 10, 11, 12 & 13 B d St
the point of impact be above alone in their financial worries. p roy 29.2 #2 5 1643 22 and S, Alleyne 3 for 12. Beginning ’ , roa ‘
the level of the bails, he in- Inter-state cricket in Australia is Ghulam Ahmed 767.5 233 1754 80 2162 George Park 79: G. Rouse 26. Wednesday, October Ist
tercepts a ball which has not cing run at a loss according to a een was it aa a = a S. Crichlow 5 for 21. R. Pitt 3 Fee for Course: $2.00
first touched his bat or hand andi ® 7 he latest balance sheet of the R V. Divecha 484 120 1294 50 25.83 for 8; K. Springer 1 for ood Members of Extra-Mural a
which in the opinion of the Um Victorian Cricket Association. Only D. G. Phadkar 639 191 1427 53 26.92 6 for 44. S. Crichlow 4 for 14. Se 68 ° .
pire, shall have, or would have, big” cricket earns money. HG, Gackwad 1807 00 7 tt 2 George Park now leads in the Association: $1. WE HAVE IN STOCK...
pitched on a straight line from’ The association’s share of the § G, Shinde 443.3 91 1971 39 35.15 (un Hill division with 27 points TERRAZZO Marble Chips
bowler’s wicket to the strikcr’s profits last season from the West C. T. Sarwate 159.1 40 459 12 3825 in 5 games. Their nearest rival is ETERNITE Marble Finishea Sheets
wicket, or shall have pitched oa Indies visit to the Melbourne VY. Mankad gain i Mn on” Green’s with 30 points in six| TRINIDAD Cedar Boards . .
the off-side of the striker's Cricket Ground was £1,200 for ames, ‘They too, will have & ALUMINIUM Corrugated Sheets
wicket, provided always that the aug nee nae and inatch's rest before the season | ALUMINIUM Guttering — 18”, 24”, 30,” 36”
ball would have hit the wicket. tl Gok adie ie ieee ones, \ GALVANISED Corrugated Sheets

The History DECISIONS tate game lost money. ree RIFLE SHOOTING ee ee
San " ss Over the season, the association

I propose at this stage to giv Ball 1 — “Not Out” - lost more than £3,000 after dis-

a short history of the legislative striker not struck between tributions to affiliated clubs eine Establisned T HERBERT LTD Incorporated
action taken during the period Wicket and wicket. pared with a profit of £2,300 the Small Bore 1860 .
1884-1947 that led up to certain Ball 2 & 3 — “Out’—pro- previous season, when two Tests ROEBUCK ST, and MAGAZINE LANE

viding the ball was not rising ; y

changes during the
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tance.

Colonel R. S. Rait Kerr, Secre-
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period thal
object of
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this Law if all the four questions

are answered in the affirmativc On Way Home ‘pondent of a Tokyo newspaper) t}.
(1) Would the ball have hit the | which is prepared to stage the 5259595995009 9 DOOD SSSOOPOOE
wicket? | (Prom Our Own Correspondent fight, And Gardner is interested, | 4” ee
(2) Did the ball pitch on LONDON, Sept. 25. ; x :
straight line between wicket West Indian Test cricketers SOCCER ws

and wicket (and in this case

includes a ball intercepted

full pitch by the striker), o:

i ite > off-sids They are travelling on the e Scots Le 5 MI ¢ inis ~~
ge nigh on te, of-nso | Eaer ham Matiaaat | these, Lancia, 3 Minas
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person other than the

hand

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the stumps.

Ball 4 — “Out” — Umpire
must satisfy himself that the
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ball pitehed outside the line of LONDON, Sept. 25. mad wa “* pps ery a coe NOW
As tar back as 1880 te the leg stump, or from one that Pancho Gonsalves and part- ‘eam which played a match Diamond Rings |} FOR NICE 15 and 17 Jewels ON
“Lib.W.’ decision was restric would pass to either side or over Her Pancho Segura earned another j,\" et ae ys '
tO ettie case of a bail, wanich, tne top of the oriblent £150 each in winning the inter- Fund at Filleigh Park on the es- LOUPS L. BAYLEY ; SHOW
pitching between wicket ana , : F national professional men’s dou- a a eee aewane nes of Bolton Lane SEE YOUR JEWELLERS
wicket, would, in the opinion ol Do Not Believe bles final in 80 minutes at Wem- , 2CXO0. On SER Cen Sn
a > > y Pl io NOT beli that the bly Pool to-night. They beat Jack) SS=S=S=—S Co Yy. DELIMA A CoO LTD
e@ umpire, have hit the wicke: ease do elieve that the I) - . ey beat Jac
be At one time the County Cricke: umpires are bound to give the prawe ae ae Budae oui e Ls ee 'e
Council proposed that nese striker the benefit of any doubt. °~—*', «—%, Oe, by sheer power USE " a
words be added to the jaw ‘or There is no part of the law that 4 speed. The losers each took | \} / 20 Broad St. and at Marine Gardens
aioe » st ates ; nor have I seen { fo. «
or bg eute xs or ar a me part Sg ae ; ra It was easy money for the win- } r KOO BAKED BEANS eT
Me” This, luckily ‘was not MCC. _ Us nary ecaiteg . S6-yoerr cle. ict in Tins $28) | SR SAIS |
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accepted for it might have re- The Umpire is entitled to use ite Seite, aiken aed & las oe PRESENTS K.L.B, PEARS in tins 43 (
suited in serious injury, at least his own knowledge, discretion vantage ‘over 32-year-old Kramer. moe 1
in these parts, being done to the “nd common sense when the 0c- 4ijs cannon-ball serves frequent- , K.L.B. PEARS ,,_ ,, -16 MODERNISE YOUR HOME {
umpires who would obvious:y Casion arises. 2 iy scored aces and his volleying AMATEUR BOXING FINALS ¥ K.L.B. SWEET
have had to exercise wide pow pinese co —t, believe gh was superb. . ; \ CORN ....... a, 89 with TILES in your Verandah, Bathroom, and Kitchen
ers of interpretation and judg- DOWlers who bow arounc ie On this showing Gonsalves ) |
ment. wicket cannot ever succeed will start a hot favourite to score AT % IMPERIAL SAU- e |
New Rule getting an lbw decision in his his third successive win in to- \ SAGES We offer
in 1928 a recommendation favour. norrow night’s singles final | MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM " BEEF LOAF. ,, , 60 :
tpiga out to provide that a bats. . What of those fellows who askin eae aid his share and| ij And for The BEST to Drink UNGLAZED FLOOR TILES
‘ . fr § all bow sir »ff-brez F > é a Ss § and |
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if it struck any part ©" up? under the powerful and rather ON csi Red, Cr Blue, Green & Waite
off-stump if it struc any part = confusing are light. Our Popular ed, Cream, Blue, Gre i
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. étriker who touches 1e a > isti F 3se' his 7 ‘
This experiment was aban- with his bat before it strikes his ot ee aieeet | DeT FRIDAY 26th SEPTEMBER $1.20 per Britle GLAZED WALL TILES
geet — vey 1933 season but person can be out Ibw if he does properly his returns were not/| at 8 p-m. in Blue, White, Black & Green
it was tried out again two seasous pot deflect the ball. severe.
after, both in England and Over- Umpires are instructed by the The veterans shone briefly in
seas and having been approved M.C.C. that. when a striker is the third set when the two Pan- MANY THRILLING ENCGUNTERS SNOWCRETE WHITE CEMENT
was finally introduced as Law in playing forward and is hit fuil cho's relaxed but the Panchos end- ‘ e ‘ ;
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I'RIU.I'• t l-ll wm.K 26. 1S fURRUMIS AJiVOTATf. r\'.l FIVE C.J. Refuses Application To Propound Will Court Must Make Decision By Petition HIS LORDSHIP Mr Justice J. W. B. Cheneiy. in Uu Unary yesterday, refused the application of Mi i'.'. tLGovaruMnt Auction—r, u> propound the will of Willi..:,, Wulk.ce WoodritTe. late of No 4 Tudor Street, against which a Caveat has been entered by Mi Clyde Archer. Constituted Attorney of Joseph N. Woodthi deoMMd, and one of the executors and a ben . .,, an curlier will. VESTRYMEN WRANGLE OVER KOIIY I ISIII Ift OIT SV.A His Lardahln ruled that the matMr should be brought before ttie court by a petition bar attfaar Of the two parties, in view of the fart th:it thenwere before the (...!• bj Scott His lordship furthc: Uktt the will be not admitted in Commnn Form. mm P*r 1. Pre** in connection with the Kholarahipfl and those children Mr. D. H. L Ward, instrucwho s:,! """ examination and wat ted by Messrs. Ha0J & Griffith P ,iJ M w' nlso „ of £** breach of contract. %  JSSi Personally filed Mr. J O. Tudor said that he w. Registry. a„ earlier will ^^ ,„ agreernent wi[h Mr Four Vessels < **K'• %  these fish come ou. of Uv with names on them, that Is . fisherman hat his regular eualoncfi Farm T OF THE CROWD which M the body of M fail "i'l ltyuloid iter removed to the Public Mortuary yesterday morning after il found floating in tha Carcensgo shout 10.15 aja. the umi day. \ This ftwd i th,Schooner ilion brought a rraah fruit to \ wttk tins H which numbered M crali I tab"" i Mp of ... : n hw • 100 tu ha, ;i ,'""; nmmm up on the beach now to .he ves< 1 ? home port of ,— f ^ n ITtl P\KI. NUTS Kishenien were preparini; lh> ncta yoterday. the biggest i : %  nut a aatna net. s-me boats Women Fined£2.10 For Bodily Harm errat, I i .11 val Daawdlaa (li.ll'tiirr whirl Montreal I nay -i tepalni. Ih. re ttttlb acUvKy aroum .Vih ., Ih€ town %  ... lor t*** !" "' coo" P""'"' %  the" Wand. There were 10 pas^J'l^ 52" ,• S* Th s vta wiuler the iMr ' Vi ALMSIfOI st: in th di.ti i 19th June. 1051. and in 0ii % %  i HIS WORSHIP Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Police MaKistrate of District "A", yesterday fined Irene Harding (M| and Ethehne Callender (24) both of Bath Village. Chriat Church. £2 10s for inflicting bodily harm on GreUl Harding on May 31. —— The fine is to be paid In 14 day* or in default one month's Unprlscnme-ii with hard labour Gretel Hardily told the Court iliat both (lefendnnt beat KV with a stick. The cast which Iran* Harding, i.i .mi ... %  ...: %  (;. %  • i ii T ,„..for %  '' > "&** .;} %  -•' %  •< (jwaultng and beating her on >'*;This learned .„,ruTTnit T.rwr!,n Paynter an erullnrer of Ihe friend's elient. If that were so. *"" f T!" BI1J11I.?JL Schooner Rainbow M. floatlne on the Chief Justice had broujht to .. Irregular rrocedure Uie water. A piece of old rope a! his attention on the last occasion Mr Motlley sold that the proceUcd around the dead mans neck when the matter was mentioned "ure seemed very irregular and In Court. Rule 8 (1) of the Rules macje one suspicious. From whit The body of the man wai of the Court of Ordin.trv, under ,ne Clerk had said, he had in the fished out by the Police and taken the heading of CONTENTIOUS month of July been informed of to the Public Mortuary where a I er left fool who MATTERS PROCEDURE PRI">• vacant Archer Gittens Scholpost mortem examination was they had a row. OR TO HEARING, which states: arshlp. He was told of no othc performed by Dr. A. S. Cato thi vacancies then and proceeded to same day. In all cans In which wills, advertise for applicants for that rodieils. or testamentary papers Scholarship and any other Vaatr) Married Man are to be proved in solemn form. Scholarships at St. Michael's — In which one or more wills or School that mlaht become vacant. 9'"' a •• % %  • master of thi t ..pta.in i . ..i ou pSl |M i-l ",'.*!5"?' ^nc c ; r ' ^"t M, "> o"""> lathered at It. ban of flour. IIJ Christ Church Ahnihou.. line, is tlrrces of ^m, awaltlne the doctois allenorWkIM Hit other oano in„ noc Tnp busiest da> %  i nuts, elecdoctors are Thursdays. r,c loods. brooms, whc. and Two doc on ro „ w vl „,., fruit, and spice from the island. OT ,„ ,„„ )oun arld ,-„, JJ, TR OJAN Ral-ABED LUrVfcfel The launch "Trojan" which was — -— undergoing extcnive repairs on More than a du/en bog *.ie site near the Oovernment M *n bathing in tinSt. \M< rlviT yesterday. Some uf pr'fei the river to the sea. b. cause the water is always calm. prisonment by His W-N D C IWalwyn for infTictinn bodily i-irm on Hazel Pot tin of Passage Road, bout six weeks ago to undergo minor repairs, but while these r> %  an being tarried out it was found that more extrnsl%o repairs were neeeasary. Yesterday afternoon its crew r'l In replacing it on the water, in order to give It a trial ru The launch "Hea Frtnee" which was damaged In an incident with, one of the life ooats of tin The offence was committed on FrenchJlner CTotomhle U due to August 18. Rudder pleaded guilty. lk '' '"' Dottin said Rudder hi, her aeroaa ""• ne> plnce of tne TmUw in Hand. future. v.,,h Police Rand At Hastings Rocks The Police Band Fortnight Concert will tuko place at Hi* tings Rocks tonight .onimen,. at 8 o'clock, weather peimllln The programme will be co ted by the N C O 's of 1. %  Uek while Rl MANItcn : ^ U TT7 I? 1 *" i n T tn ,, P T '" l " ""<> * August the pounded for the selection or r ,„ Tl( nfrt ...... h „ opinion of the Court, and in all Pr !* !" n ,h ," C1 „, „ „„._4 -..„ ..... ^* ..-. !" three vacancies at St. Michael' at h Mr. Mottley th,t ,ne o direct advertisemarried Schooner Rainbow M '^1 anchor in the Careenage told _.. "Advocate"* reporter yesterday deceased rtth ho WHS two child His WnrsliUp Mr. C L Walwyn Police Mnglttrate i>f Ulstrkt "A" ranandad Owendobrn .J.'iTt i .i 34-ycar-old domeatlc servant Of Roebuck S'i,.' St Michael until Octolx-r 2 on chargM -f inflicUng grievous bodily harrrt motor vessel wai on Elisf Jaekman with a knife tcrday afternwii and wounding Olg.i Bowcfl night uf Nelon Street. The charges stated that botti offences were committed an Sepiber 25. Inspector Franklyn contentious matter^ of the same, „. ahall be brought before the c, J. r J'*. Ior whl Court by petition, which shall "Id there was. !" „ contain a narrative as concise as !" nt. SeStemlKT M |Hjaibl--i'-f KM m tarlal factl and 1 was therefore not surprising a 1H,Mlwr ^ J circumstances on which the party that the situation had arisen. The d h ^^ ^.. t made j k w„rse h he saigas h Ihey had heard any H5S CVnUa, P,;,,Covea. Lodaeo g-Jbjnj. J^-gS-JMtK^aK Ha had lodged a Caveat on to the School was only held after e !" lce I | gfianl under Rule the School was opened. Could The date fo r an inquest which XI. baeauae he was not going to anyone think of a greater lack of will be held before His \\ interest or of greater disrespect Mr. G. B. GrifUth has not vet been i fixed. \ BUSY DAT. Hand-cart owners had I boaj* ij.y again yesterday. This win i cciisloned by the arrival of the Vtaaal Carlbbee fim Doml i with a shipment of ....M."*. graiH'fruil. lemons and i nitartnai That part of the .harf-ide near the berth of the ry bu | lid 1. IS .' toii.lucior U*nl *il C Ai.rxc Inli-l Mt.Ht F.IUII-09t\ < ,.l IL M. .-til %  )•• Do I Cxxlu.lor ('(.I K W.iri-it ...i..-. -skrMie..mi PrmoK Chkrt^f M II i Mi iiiinixlity sought the: consignments, which the ve—el had brought. I hall venders made of the Opportunity to do trade. M hawkers, swcntlug in th? bun.inK sun :tslste;l the vessel'. crew in unloading the cargo i \Sh \ljt)l KM li : which they seemed very eager to which Bd-nund lu,vc BOTTLER'S (BDOS) LTD. 1 ol be left out of the Court. H argued that the moment anybody to the Vestry? What was .... filed two wills in Court, they significant was that three of the rould only, and were only filed f OUr candidates recommended for tha purppea of propounding from lhe PXam | na u on result,, werc *already pupils of th c school. The entire procedure, he said, seemed them, and for proof and had dene under Pule S said it should tlon. Rice Still In j Short Supply 6The "Advocate" Is still In < I. \IMs S. 5 DAMAGES : Id the Vestry to comply wltr If It were true that his learned namely, that one examination u friend's client put two wills in year should be held and candireceipt of complaints that houseCourt, they were filed only for dales should be selected during "'"f? '" leneral are unable to one reason, and that was for the the year from that list, .V! """""e supplies of rice Conn to decide which of ellher If there had been an error let h Q h (1 ", {?*:" Pointed out thai of should be proved In solemn It be admitted instead of trylni: h„„ £L, I s i,, r !" l T* p 7 1 < %  '" 'Z Ward ,a,d he could no, ^~E !" ~ W 55 S advanced hv hi. lenrned friend. *' !" V"J' "* ""„ '"" rc "^ to ease the shonale since the othei lauw th,.e could be no quo.'" "*' n f !" rl h !, ,hln do,lc >"* ' bags contained broken rice ,f ,he MCOOd will were ^PtJ'"^'^ '" "."."L" J", 1"^ h would ^ UMd ,mim aood. the llrst could never be Scholarships that day until he had feed. admitted In Court. There was *•<*,.'he true facts. No harm _.,._.. -.. na fsuaatlaa as to dates or in the rou, d be done to Ihe children as „ 'he Financial Secretary at a c2 o?selected wll"r which was UW wee already In the achool. Pre" Conference said that 2.000 UKiyrR ('HARGCII : The case In krpantci ti GuodUmi, mscii \K(;ri> St. Michael, is charged with using _. tincds to Ehs,. Hull on July 27. CKCIl. MOORK. a boatmnn \M >i %  irnad until of Passage Road, St. Muhuel 19 by H VonhlpM mu d I • • h a r $ • d from the G 11. Orlfllth, Acting Police M. <.. %  ,! ; Hospital yesterday after.*lrate of District "A". Moore was detained at Counsel in the case are M-. ihe Hospital on Btptantbtr M I> 11 U Wjird for Jordan wntl of the *ti of the Mr. J JjwI*ar is appeo/.n for s S. f,'kaal>le t>ik, it. tackli F.li^e Hall. from the davits and fell ovai I of ihe ship dimastng U tl of the launch Sea Prince m the I-.;:. Data) Court at %  ??* •* •:" "" "" ",'> District "A" yesterday, His lionMucie who w.. member of cur Mr. H. A. Talma "*w "' n f w boal which until October 1 the case in which Wll i ear the sum of the launch thc island by Beryl Pindcr of Bay Land. St. M 'he time of the incident reclaiming £5 djmiges c'ived injuries to his shoulder nd spine. ,_ d to help ljind. St. Michael, for commit! ng malicious damages to furmtuie which she claims it her own. She told the Court that the ofteiKr was committed on Augu' 29. PRUNE CREAMS Who the last will of the person, or where two or three wills were bnUM thai only 21 children put up In Court, and on the f. lound to apply for four Of neither it was clear whirh I roporly advertised seholarshlpft was the last. Then it was the at the St. Michael's Girls' School' As f: duty of the Court to make a At this stage the meeting regular % election for the purpose of savterminated due to the lafk. of %  ed sine \ng which was or was not the quorum. crop w last will. uld be fooled in thi£ ^ 'f"' ** P?W • .T. ...1.."_,._ ,British Guiana during that week Rli Worship Mr. G. H. OrtftUh, and a further two thousand bags Acting Police Magistrate of I>' ere due this week. im October L he said. supplies would Inresumthe milling of the ne\< uld commence. Nor was there in the matter J 1 '"" the Information of the Court ho held that in the case there before them, anv question of %  '<• It * no fault of his were two wills before the Court. donb-ful revocntion. Unless tho clients but the f..ult of the Reand they could only be there fa P testamenristratiori Department. the selection of the Court, and tary documents both under the Giving his mling i n the matter, lhe matter, as a result, must Revocation Clause and under the His Loidshlu s.ud '.hat in the according to Rule 8 (1) of the Disposition of Property Clause, matter, there were two wills Rules of the Court of Ordinal %  how that the last will Is an before the Court. It had been be brought before the Court | : ••vocation of the first, and contended by Mr. Ward that It petition. 'he first will was • good as If "* merely a Registration praeHis Lordship pc.nled a >t that it were destroyed. wrnih w. to be depreif the prc.p. ',nd"i tli I Mr Ward argued that the two cated—which Insisted that both the petition. ;n his view. ,t was wilh; were r.ot put into Court by wills In matters of that sort also open to the ottWf ;<.>:ty to ml to B*k selection of the should come before thc Court, bring the p.ttion Ha '.ould also Will. According to his InstrucBe that aa it may. and although add that the will be not admitted lions, one will waa filed for proIt might be Registration practice, In Common Form bate, and one was filed for the information of the Court. nut A" yesterday adjoun until September 29. th. Which the Police !.. %  •. <1 n< Norman Jcmmott .i I salesman of Worthing, Chr sf Church wiih driv 1-48 on f-.'loden Ro d, '•' Michael v-ithout due care and attention on December 25. Sgt. Furde of tie Traffic Branch, CamraJ Station, la prosecuting on of the Police. Yesterday Clarence Brathwaite Of Culloden Road, told tne Court that while udlng his I ulto-ici Road, he was Involved %  I ui ..indent with the car M—P48. He noticed that thf (lefe-idant waa the driver. Ilininond llintf-. lollL. BAYLEV Holton Lane -ording to thi MIJ otla %  taatajnantary Act. paper must be filed in the Registrar's Office. It was not therefore a ouestion of • vfaody coming to •itch will ,, %  ..,. ,. %  iaat I i ]' %  If the and ask for probate of the firal will. Ct Will Impute Brat i' iruai Will h the Caveator had to 'e one three wills propounded, and sug* • i % %  tof that Court. ited for %  hort w) ; I the prcvious case, and on resumption. pointed out that or\ the face of the two rlear that n> stamped for probate. Mr Ward <\plai:.cd that) according to his Instructions. I only the last will was filed for I probate, but ihe other waa filed j ^*^k ^*> BY SIMPLY SELECTING THESE NEW MATERIALS S M SATIS -36 ins. wide in shades of Pink. % %  ii White I I rj'IN — ::6 Int. wide in Blue, Black, Peach and While @ fATIN — 36 iru. wide. While only per yd. @ — ALSO 32 Ira. POPLIN. Whit* only & ttc. per yard 32 ins POPLIN. 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WMATS ON TODAY i Unlini ...• Cwma. i Ban f*.li.M TJB p.m. am* o-Ac-iv !!*• % %  SO. an. %  iM I iM n n BrainTru.i BtSJ I ci (KM CBUM Uut la*** WIHHK %  •!" *• wrooas IMI n*d nil— r* rcr uw hilur* In Ilk* dUUnn Ai d Ui* Oood Otat I ran n ESTABLISHED INS 1 -KPTKMBER at. 1952 PRICE FIVE CENTS YLSIUDAY S WtATHtR RiPf*! % %  •> Cearingson 1*1 M n %  ..T=""-' U. TM* I U %  m l M *> .i Chinese Shell British Warships Off Hongkong ) FIGURE IN 'EXERCISE MAINBRACE' ~sSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBkl i Ships Return Communist Fire HONC;KONG, Sept 25 CHINESE COMMUNIST shore batteries fired on Iwi British warship* which went to the rescue of a Macao Hongkong ferry stopped by Red., earlier. Commodore li. %¡ Dickinson. Commanding Officer of 1 ticRuv.il \.,VN at Hongkong, said the ferry was intercepted at 2.00 a.m. while on its regular run from Hongkong to the Portuguese colony of Macao, Thousands Homeless In Floods MEXICO CITY. Sopt 2S ibousand* of persons w went on Ihe rampage again in the southern coastal arm. of gftadco and ship* HIOMK the coast of the Oulf or Mexico were puttlne. into port Ui escape high wind* and heavy seas which .rippled at [ e .i-t one tanker Hardest hit w,-i. the Tamauhpai, on the Gulf Coast and Ouerrero on the Pacific where dash flood* a week ago killed US Lf k n S ~. %  ,K, cau *ad more than ,. il.OOO.000 damage Reports from the Gulf Coast city of Tamplco Mid more than 100 MfJJtl In the city were under water Residents along the flooding Panuco and Tamil rivers in the Tamplco area were fleeing homes as streams tumbled into lowland areas — u.r. lab M i %  H--a launch After msrhnc-gunning Uu Ml %  the gunboat ordered th. %  launch to id, Comrnu: tOUl mile from tip of Hoofkeng U rrtton Dick ii-,., ... %  , %  munlM party then boar,lc,i the were I ferry and forcibl> removed two Chins* mala passengers i •) -Communistji. Small Hurricane Oil I.ul.aniaft MIAMI. FLORIDA. Keffrt. 86. A mall kWTlMM p-iklug winilof h;> mile* per nour developed si4-Vnlj> about MM %  UM out. and a little north %  %  I Miami. Reconnaiv>uicr aircraft to en led the tropical rtorni, ta* iiirii of the •-•anon, about 2w> mill", ea-it north-east of Haa. tan. Bahamas, at latitude a*.8 north and longitude 7| r. west —or lUckuiMdi aaid ine I %  .'ii,t the rrlnU Mounts.v uc T; tia. .-iv ,1 .patched to the lescue of the ferrv which rgg %  : %  tl captui!! %  .' "hips arrived on the sec. the ferry" had been released CommLUfa shore batteries opener Mil F.T.C, Report Ignorant, Malicious CAUFORNM Tho Federal Trad* Conu report on ihe tion.il oil cut el i i "comi I \ f.t Ignonno Vice-l'resnh Arabian American Oil I lared Thursday. The FTC UWajPflll with subtle .endoes so thai II Tories Want More Govt. Economy l-ONUON, Sep: M. Britnina Conservatives appear fairly satisfied with the way the party i* running the rountry but would like more Government economy and better propaganda for the Tory viewpoint. Conservative F a r l y officials disclosed some of the 180 resolutions that arc to be debated at the four-doy annual conference opening a! Scarborough. Octobc: Among them were demands for "mora evidence iff lighting spirit on the part of Conservative supporters" Othe Prim,. Minister Churchill's Government for failure to reduce "the intolerable burden of Sdirunistrattvu expenditure incurred during the life of the Socialist Government." —C.P. D Unaoti said the the "Mountl The BXChsnge lasted about HO damage be•iustalned by the wnrhips. —I'P Council Of Europe Discuss Economic Plan STRASBOURG, Si | l he eOM u Ha ttTa assembly of the Council of Europe la debating a plan to set up an economic union between Western Europe. Its oveiso.is dependencies and the British Commonwealth in an all-out effort lo alHkkr fire of t'M*fd States dollai hau >ystam %  .ii i whenever tax tl nuts." 3. Tin : Amerl-I cans in "dUBeuit and iiangenm places of the Klobe "which havi %  ir-rvr-d the "strntrai. n—da of Ul) fiee world." — V V. Vestrymen Wrangle Over Advertisement THE ST MICHAEL VESTRY was lefl without I quorum yesterday afternoon when some of the members left while the Vestry was dealing with the award of four Scholarships at St. Michaels Girb' School After the Vestrj Clerk had.ir-angxe should have been U tho notice of the Churchwarden who would have notified taV \ estry Mr l^.icock said that he agreed ny change Vestry Will Kepair Slop On The Organ rhiBi lOehatJl Va try i thei. meetini >esterday decided I" I To, revolcing one of ihe stops of the Cathedral organ This was rigreed In mi c 1 HVDM %  i a... %  %  r K I) Mottley ..ft.i Mr GerId Hudson bad Informed the of the defect. Mr. Hudson who was present .: the Vestry, also explained thr loposals for the con p i e Cathedral organ Involving ; I'.II %  \i--uiltillf The Vestry deferred this mat. %  until MM future date, SUKsting thai an I INuguili's Fein I With INahas Con I in IK'S feud iteiwti'ii men OcneraJ MoNaguTI end ll i %  r but si >' .•% groups Mustafa El whom <. %  ken no agaimt NsJhM or the Wafd dasi I ive how. v. -out to do %  methlni then bavi iK-en mbThe InteM of these rOPO bj the inowpeodi i I 1 illy AI Ah'nm which .intent had eoUocted rmmghevi%  as now ready to bring the .•*lO trial Xbuse of Power i I latinod II rrnmeat's evlden<' .ii.nn.: Nah,ia % %  -volvefl inuund lu.< nHeged abu-t* of power durtng the UC the one former King. F irouk tired after January's -KM* Call The newspaper also aliened one the charges ac %  %  rned the reported S300.0OO loan I hftl -t..t. funds to en>le thr i-x-TTionarch to traiut.it iv b tm i i In the United <'ates Meantime the Commit* i ..:,!, %  meeting i s..'ui.!..' || M da niand that Nahaa be ouilaxl %  Id DO iwer on earth I itcople could force hlni front hi. posiiint. width he ba< \ The Committee will mip tin pointJon in the light oi Mivernmenfs demand Th •iful Alaotandria Commltb 'IT Ahdel i Tawtl demani the n.irt* openh A> ft <' % %  i <<>i^iiii/atioii dlUCBl I i mate eoi 'i|)tlon Nagulb'sGoveinmet.t h i %  ;ii promin'tit Wafdlst polluea figures on suspicion of ci French Submarine Lost With t8 CreM THI FRENCH NAVY nu.niK IM Sybillc U 4fl are eonsiderecl as losjt" alter ilitlocated 700 yards below the suit.. ranean SM Hi mildi MhTt of here. 'i Kill" • %  of i^ie the Navy %  lost on %  t -Hi IBIPI %  : I %  a ibmai me waa hi uiiiil oaoo ,,.. no | so' B A wMrctt **** Inn %  retch .it .*HH> I I ulo title The Becurlt* buoy "Li .i larg it FtlOHT DECK Mop) In "nest NATO DM ii • Ado M naval man.; rthng aricii plant U8S tfla^sssj Is pMan %  : \erclse Malnbra.v . hemched At bOtt Stump, who comtruinds the alrlkuig fleet duru.w mreU Royal N..vy Capt J. S Litchneld (left. k to camera), tonimrni'ler of tie BnlUh HagMhip 1 anguanl. At right i.Adm. Sir George Grv.isy, Ea %  %  i lUonall U.S. Action Vexes British Officials (B) IIAKOl.D (it AUDI LONDON. Scplembei 25 BI HIND THE SCENES n the British Government, %  rumpus was brewing Thtiisila\ ovei Hi Main's Pacific defencs talks, which was seen by Mine officials a'Mitcit United states Intervention" In CeimunonwetiUi sjfftirs TinForeign Omce ivframed Irom ooftuatnl on UM Pu.-iO.I*elenee l'oet m, the preceiit that Cumnioiiwealth reconUy with two i embers arofreetofo (heii own way, and also avoid whal J*'" am Isal i ,.JIe.i 'ni'1-dltai.s ifwifi nversy" The %  i mi from The Rear A.lmir il c i ."il the Pli IS,i„lh Illol %  nd With hun wen pt ttj Fffort Miami 1 M afforl ivhicfa had snisd th. bi| .... encb ararahip and warptans m i< %  . i Ii i ihe La s.i.Mi,-w.t' iboui Ui cast of hen • i n* IUI fai %  Radaf fmmil the .raft Ivmg on %  ... i oil thai t.nlruj in the area Ov. •' i ti • it depth, all bops v dlately gavtn up sswn dieted con rnrelv take place fit %  i M —I'P. IUIHI (permans Imprison YouAgstera > QjesVen %  %  . I t %  !„ 1 iffed thai I %  : laimed yiech(uiieul Trimming Of Hulk Sug€tr \ waU-known BrM %  > %  "WPuvnur* wcllv.lN enfalMl >" ,ht %  liHtt-fc iradu w Red Radio Tries To Trap U.S. Planes M to tlM :. ti "": of m* Cathedra) tor financial assistance in • %  w of • %  old not undertake the expenditure. Revoiring TOKYO. Sepi i < i. English, have tried to hi 1 should ll "Sht boniB rivali (HI vm ad B i lh.it Hie P %  ... They .-. I Ive <>f the P .mi Niw /.< ii.ni.i could be eommlttod In ii ( ;i United States aircraft I patraUIni the strait lonin venial formom. rtiroutu i %  iHi ttea %  ould have help euh. r Austraua or Ne %  m "f them wen* i ought %  i "There . mvoh in % %  ,,, i.. tu .... of some I about by is Vcstr> infntloned that there were four scholarships to be awarded and proceeded to read the report of the Acting Headmistress, he mentioned that only 21 applicants ltad .' %  pplled o:t this occasion for the rholarships. Mr. F h Mottley QUSI had suddenly taken place. Of all Ihe children m Ode pariah he \ anted to know why there were only 21 applicants. Calling tor Itfgnnent, ha pointed out ihai l| had somewhat changed and i-*ked who had authorised it. The Clerk said that he had %  eceived instruction* from the Acting Headmistress to .idvenise for girls only between the ages <>f nine and ten and a half. Mr. D G Leacock mentioned that they had increased the scholarships a few years ago because ihey had discovered that every time they advertised they had ..bout 200 applicants. Something to his mind was Iharofoi and they should get to the bottom of ItMr. Mottley Informed the Vestry that with previous advertisements they always called for thildren between the ages of eight ond eleven. He thought that any that any change in the ad Id be drawn to the • •Mention of the Churchwarden 1 and wanted to know how the ichool admini-'i.itioi. knew before the end of the term with < xaminalion results that they would only have room for children l-etween the ages of nine and ten nd a half. Ur McD St that the matter it" put forward. Ha said there weie many who did not apply owing to the age as sot out In the advertisement and there wore also those who had applied and by now were led to believe that they had Mr. Hud*.n told the W the .tor* of the organ i He s-'iid that it was a'* normal procedure aftss tboul 20 vear* and would cost the Vestry | H to have it done at Walkers' I Lnl '..-'int'li giving false radio inf' i .lion. th. Ami) newipaper Paelftc l**ar. and Rtrlees rOpi 1 The paper said so far none l I flyuu rat ooruskssani %  :.l Recon %  win*. .*• re particular!' .ith fake messafjeja lat> ... res .f I %  ••-!> na .ti.,1.lone IBfO. mid th ommotrwi *iffiv N expected I P Gairy Denies Being Booed %  AIM, Sept. 16. WrilutK m tlu West ladUii I lpl Irom Klngstnv. % %  i itoutly denies reports m the Trimdad press ol his wing b.. e.rrr.,-,.1. %  %  t .posed i^ do... He than expU'tned U lh< pretty poor but tiI %  . .;; ;\,,,..„..,. k>k -M .mount to about .Ufa, g -J llrinan said that he had not prepared any not. ppoeadlj kl neeiion with the matter and had I ruman May I • a~> Join (campaign I *j ^"^ l^ n till m I U) .„_..,., laiaiSI wun inc mum ai n nan i r^Aafar^T for hfi •' enctrei) Into the hands of Hudson who could explain It ordS and it M BB When the organ wa% put in the u e his own |ud Cathedral it was an excellent one. *'irat Lieutenant l-l but fro.,, what Mr. Hudson had 0 Uad/u, I'cimssid It was unfinished and the ' "< l controllei on On page i s> fin Page 3 Oil: Biggest Question In Mid-East ff*y WALTER COLLINS I CAIRO. EC.YPT S Adolpl mar financial adviser and banking expert Thursday n oil dlsthe most question In the Middle East and rruld only be titled regt-tiation between Iran and the %  visit to review Iranian economy %  n would have to nd I i %  .%  the Anglo %  %  i p< nch ni Of this matter." he %  • la %  luxurious flat. %  %  .. %  Indonesia I hi I not say when. %  %  C.overnni' leal with ch they pi.: %  t( lin fcu.ciit.owH.i the Prtaini oi.e offSfed Democratic .. i th" decision %  %  Adm.i. Uators. "If 1 i I'll say it.' Stevenson aid II. II jeeting %  i md that ti^e %  ] .:.. It :. i ii(ht —U.P LONDON. BS) Iran's Premier Mohan.met Mo*. degh r < I urchlll %  .\ngJo-Iianiai, oil On turn %  %  : %  %  CISCO, Si In a note who** texi was %  %  i. d that a Yugol more in.viuit..ble' than pi-^acy because %  .'ADA. Sept 25 >.,!.. Agnes C.ltKloii. %  rnrval Queen last added nt St Georg I: C church this afternoon to -.ui Otwsj f n W I.A.. Ihe It W Otway in a my attended however h a number of well wishers by %  I. i i I %  • • % %  "HI\S i I (cd Berlin), Addresn of tin 1 urged 'i. I %  %  —I'P. Wed Seetn To Fear RUMIM Ih, s %  %  inns pact %  Irteli lenl Olleiiha i %  %  %  I: rise. %  %  i in Eui m • peoph wh %  D —II' VMIIUI.IUM. ITOMi rafPssstSt SUMMMUMB ATLANTA, (•eori.i l Anileaplorei Bu llui-ei* way by Mi le-uge thg bride wore % %  balUI.I length lace organdie outwlth B shouldet length veil irom s Juliet cup Iran Gives U.K. I llii.iu.i.ii. littin Hinders Korea War SEOL'U Korea. Sept. 25 i. nan war entered Its %  th month with ground and air nded by chill autumn ''I'd Nations soldiers c -. several small Comi i.mrt stab along tinmuddy and there were brief hut brisk clashes near "unker and Krlly hills In tho West and East. i %  i , lbs several Ion In trio the hoi,i whAM loadln tyl .-the, in huh i i I qn.ntU SSSpUed i DUSU] from .m t wings of hoi i om' • international Cargo Handling irdl nation Asso utlon AH. snthln the Aasocisti>n, It wa passed %  "'' %  ... el. II %  "' 1 ..... . %  IBSN | place In the i-otuion Docl Certain |%  i-l !' vi. %  hi wiu< h .Mil !. %  announced bnrUyJWlltane ssM Now tiu^ dttlnculi problem %  ndlbutldlM stoesk It Is one winh i llkot] lo demand I marli close ati.• Ih of WlUdns told the Atlantic Amthe number of : %  I >", III <-. WOUl thank., to lbs ru-nnnii.ii< u sctlvl i heated conning to i ties of the SS|fcSrts UPOn whom the muld cruise UIIMCentral offlee of 1 CIIC A Is sMalsriUBB would .. to tall. sgsJesI radai % %  • i* I P Eisenhower—Nixon Ticket Stronger WHEEL1M!, Wrat Vn. ELATED KEI'l'BLICAN 1.EADK1 liower-Nixon Uckel lias imti... : from Ihe trial unpncadanUd a Onll liiatury Thuy hupclully ciuaed lw.'k., .,n %  which liegan one week ago with thr rtiaclo '.K. Pn^ldonli.il candidate (Richard M accepted $18,235 foi hiprivate M t'.iul wi.,.lla'i ...*.. | iui iha '• -Of. Slav Can Get $.10,000 Legac> kfeOOS at all that Yugoslav claimant v. i permitted to enjoy bin lega< y Yugoslavia. The fact that tho .'.wer court disapproved of th'* %  icy because Ihe form of government in Yugo. wa not relevant at all .us. ustue of redpr, %  nee. The case awla ,. light beoeghh, rr ,hB threat that he would '' """" ,nc f rm r. u "l*-t will left by Harl Arbu alavia Ambassador Sava KOSSl.ih. San Francisj re Igursnl California BUps^orteWl ilommission For E. Africa LONDON, Si I Koy.il I lOBSSBaSBlCSI lo IIIi i tio land o %  %  i A ... %  0 awed 1 da. Dwight Li IS! pa NiM%  running lo face n • i %  that Nix-Tied htl n 1 „f |. Hi.' thi Ki T ng mylli iinry w. %  ug. tnlng, i eondltli %  problefi t r A7.VC MKU >//""/•• U1TII hi kl Ol' EMSBMflH gDMBURGH King V' tonal Una II Uon In a i : Dg 1 i had been wondering onl U .ethei "keep fighting %  %  Ihe hen ..wner who died In 1MT T House of Parliament he vrould would receive the mher.' lax let I l reak rel Arbulich of Dubrovlk i.nlees she ceaaed sandl ''" dered a new tilal The COM % %  -t*.p. Pdinburgh on Thursday The K i %  Ba l morn I IP WINDWARDS BISHOP VISITS GRENADA irvs-ss Oar OWS i GREN.V \ The Bishop i arrived here T %  Lucia on a fortnl includes i



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I U.I TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER M QnAib CaUini} GERMANS TO GET FILMS OF CANADA S IR JOHN HUGO INS v%  • %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  ro w d his lif to five by joining the board* I Rubber and Labu (II ber. both of which are in Sir John <;< rrnup r.f Plantation t "mpanles %  M ecm in '! i Sir John'Mugsii'-t' tilher boardroom lobs are with Petroleum Development inJ East African Power and Lhtht. 1 would not be surprised to see m %  < %  fibini ooaearni 'ore long. write t Undoi KmfaN WMMIW*. Ilnlith.v \,ifi Hum. %  I t if, WINMIWQ Q * %  P^.-buTld^.o^.rn.V.-toV V % %  |g stores, ta currently ffltalg Oa> by the S lalemMe wara ,,..,. Mrs. R O Mitchell ui uV tne Wert Oerman nUniftry of r.jd been •.peiu]ueation m| i.v,rnonihs in the L'.K. and _. on the Continent. They returned The ambitious project la t*Ka bom thi MM %  Aarnoon by the carried out by 41 German Hii s 1 %  laawaii. i'n on .1 anMr Mitthel. who went up an month lour of the Homini-m buainess coupled with pleasure, tall. Pantenbum Is capturing the -tor of R. O. MitcheU. hlghlJhU of Cunad. with hU axil f.Mturer*' Representative,. Pf n "' ve "" of V"" 1 !" .' whl1 hl Kingston, blonde wife Ueseletle gathers Ui lOlfrM Arr tvn !" nTVanTeiilwrgf* were already GLORIA ESCOFTERY well-known in Europe I rived in the inland on artistic jaunts BTOUM the world Wednesday by thS.S H/tl<.Illinium* . 1). ., 1 %  iy*** BUS Trisus M iss DOHA IBBBRSOM moming. nil Bo Mistuarl •rani ova* about 11 foi De thi 1 ll and Welfare in (1 Ihe School as Acting Art Mistress the place of Mr Karl Broodbagan who is at preserr 1 1.1I on a British Council Si BOIM M'il.il /.'. h.ii, %  • mH HENDERSON ROPE. Vitnhs gained recognition by ... ed tnps through Greenland, Norway and Finland, while Lies! has written three books to date on her travels by reindeer sled through Finland and Lapland. son They tour Canada in a portMr. and Mrs. Dud ey war Taunus. a 38 horsepower Hope, Belmom Road, is now back model turned out by Ford of GeiIn Barbados again after spendmany. It resembles our Fords entng the •ummcr holidays wiln cept lor Its rollback roof. relatives In Toront student a* Codringi" ll W. I A w, draw %  %  lh hll-.\ I',. I 1.I 1 II Itrf M ISS Pen 1 ICaaJca former.* %  Clarfe ->i uv n 1 araa among the pas%  aOfjaa by the S.S. CeUmblf %  Wednesday. She will slop | j.uii.iirn arhan iba will apand 1 and ihcn later go on 1 round trip to return lo Jam He < 'illege the Dancing Buminv** And Plvawiy Scho 1 "' Wit W A NEWMAN. Dire. 1V1 „„ 01 Messrs. Evelyn, : Ih. •xptrMoca pin ,. w „„„,„ morning by lh.111 gr-nmai she S aul. thai had lhiy (Mnakle afltr .pending two two week* In OQtha' holiday. using she wa aure thai the, „ w „ Mr NrwmanV r.l vi.il would bm liud a lull house It ,„,.,, hom ^^ h c me „ut U i-.t'xl IMM | tarbu do in 1M6 He said th..t %  hf will IKadv.'i-liMiig on .1 b:g he tr ,„ wag very enjoyable and kqulftl ., while in advance. np nld ,„, UM ,Cul bulne tnThc finished product of Ihe tup will t>e a source of Information on Canada for German clui> dran and adulta, and a guide 'O BtMkM planning In immigrate to this country.—B.II.P. CROSSWORD .Here's why your watch' needa Oiling . TICK TICK FREE WATCH NSPECTION I OUR watch 1, on omaiing mechanism in cor-* ant motion A chtck-up may reveol it needs oiling or (loaning . necessary to btp accurate time. Bring It here for expect guaranteed work. ALFONSO B. DeLIMA & (o., Ltd. OPPOSITE GODbARD'ft wonderful She will then enter the Onlm. aavarlanca tof the girls and th-y atty Oollaga lo Itudy Medicine ,M hud marvelous lime in Tl IMIlf.1'1. Iiiijirr*r*-il M ISS ELAINE BXOKMENl "'" ll,l 'l n Harbadlan culture 1>AAI. si-iK.t.vpiM. Booki"" 1 rn V h jta* a eoii ajaigl atJng luding having a look at a nsh freezing plant in GrlmsbvInlrunxit \ MONG the passengers %  Trivial from Englandl on Wedne-- %  -lerday morning, petii sORW tune in Oronaos Mrs. Tudor accompanied hei who went over willi and ner, liii|ii aaalmii of Barb larVi Pfuwlng School u will no doubt bring her over soon perfi>rm ut the Roxy Theali again. Port-of-Spnin. -y morning by the CelomWe mher and wishing her every sue, ren8ll for Caracas to Join his pan her future cITorts. ,,.„., waa jn r Oriol Pi-Sunyer, a flow NiriH'tfi-rilli„ Spaniard who has been living AMI MKS. Joseph Tttdor, in England since 1*39. and ihcn Rva chUdron He said that ho had been nmpanied by Mrs. Fltr. Morris Ing economics as an external stur H from Trinidad by studying Economics as It r t< 4 1 1 tl i_ .' %  ;. cm I MIIMIM MIOM A GREAT LOVE STOY \ KIRK DOUGLAS ELEANOR PARKER In SIDNEY KINGSI.EY'S DETECTIVE STORY Truly a Greal Motion Picture OPENING TO-IIAV AT 2.S0 A 8.30 P.M. ANI < *>NTINl ING DAILY 4.45 St I.M F.M. %  M" iVl j„ Tattooed Snake Gave His Wife "The Creeps" Jjy JOHN UII.IIKK who had a large spider in four TORONTO. coloUJ i illy i n the cenA young man walked into John ire of hi.-* bald head. Me e\, Branttpg* uni Toronto "iiLi-n InaUj he'd hud it put fhrmnw ccntly ahti rolled up hU trousers (hero t" Mara the fltes nway but Batata tylnaly Ute-llke, %  long that his mates hn blue Snake curved gently round • %  much • from his oiikle i Itooerf, In vivid Hue .. t, .,...! %  .!„ j,.h.r%  bk. custom. 11 i I'I, not light"I've just fi-.ol in.iini'tl". the heurted. Ilundrccbf of them camo youmOuan said, "und my wife md Bated '"i UttOOad numbers %  yi it Rive, her the creeps. Can to le rajwoe a d from ttsafer ami you talaT W orTf Thai ware cooeantraltaii camp .if :i day's work for numbers and their owners were Old John Hrnnltng. Four trying i,i erase thai particular (J ago he arrived In Toronto i^mindor ovan though they could % %  ••' i-AjJT'iuli.i, .nut llnca then he no! era. e the memory from il student of London University, hut now intends to study anthropology at the Mexu'i-i National School of Anthropology after the Christmas holidays in Caracas ^^__^^.—-^ —• Judy Holliday: Dumb Blonde In Real Life WASHINGTON. Sept. TlJudy Holliday, Moviedom'* full Un i Lot Of people who at one 1 me tvZuKht t)ie>'d like to carry their owTi arl gauary around nitli Mum jifv.tin %  • Hut!We Burpriiing itaUaUa Oda needle exE ert i*veah is that one third of is cuaweners have baan woman, %  %  . T-. provs io tii. ii bo) tin iii.ors from „lways simply said, 'oh isn't thai Yale who have, recently made a (oo nHd Surc me my n am the auspices sho toW hc Su b-Committec. rporaUon %  %  J..I-TI lc irned I i .Woden fi 'in had -tiKii'-i the bualtout of Africa und By oi ina Ca rnegi e mv RMthod .Hi'i'iiw thai Ni % %  Vork, Bf i, \ lovi tO .timulaling •And Interaal In African affairs in least not much." American universities. Un CarBaUon '-iiiM ring ., it lha ti"i' loui 01 Ihbl nature by men of.s.as-i.it 9 m tig in the Am i (here types who P rlaei think thai lo be tattoo. • ive Trinidad foi c -i.tias on his .Mite resi *• lI s A aaturdaj Rupert's Spring Adventure—39 \ l Lop oat Ma from Uiv oum Vr a UsZ* Uia Un sn-m b> %  lory a *>n oi pigeon lot 4>inK>im 1*1 %  t TrsxlB in Berr -ti ii Brsas up the row !rolling . n rvpurr it i3> 3 Ats tin' male in world sltalrs iWi 4. *..—" %  i a. Bargain, ttfi 7 rail oui aonut wnsi tnr foreigner cunaumm. IBI %  .lPBler (Irat tSi il. Sarcutic tui U L>capltatnl hrancn <3i i3 riua work in an ariarinuiia.il. It. Kspecieo Irom I Acruaa. lii loWttMi or .:.T. r--> %  ., i i ej.nu.n. >> A.; i e.r*. IS Kaid ... .-"?:.,„'"•. %  %  y lliuntond Hinys LOUIS L. BAYLEY Bolton Lane GLOBE IT.-1 ui". To-day, 5 00 A 8.30 and < mill,nun.. Dally ROARING OUT OF THE JrVfien the U^ l % 'Devil Tribes'^ ^ of Dakota p Rampaged out lf-\: of the Black jjHills I IUGLES M IN THU AFTERNOON TIJ|*3iWNllC L Q gi RAYIVIILLAND I MldiNE mitiui) nif'in MSI'" uinmo 1 •menu nnMint SO PI vis, 2.30 4.45 %  8.30 p m a continuing daily 4.4S & 8.30 p m. BRIDGETOWN (DIAL 23lo) PLAZA \*. < 7/,e STARS* Yxxr ^ l-.ir Prtaaa) September 2ti. 1952 ^ Look in the Bsd youi ..nthday comes and !" ^ llnd what your outlook Is. according lo the stars, A BIB J —Confusion %  likely hazard, but you can* -f( March 21—AprU 90 do rnud I %  ttltuda to prevent and correct it. Will power needs sustaining. 4* * TAURUS April 21 to May 20 OEM1H1 May i I J line 21 CANCER Jane 22—Jaly 23 IM capable nannei*' Uatan to and evaluate Ideas o! Sf* irticulariy suited tor home and social interests. • + i ihout a mile port Keep agree: altrt '"^ • • —Use r< i lull ..miintaj(c forj I :.Lilly. Iht! T PLAZA I III 11KIS ii;mi:iis i Dial :.i ... ngarUr can n hn lonjtt. ^ ru b.C iont JWT. she cm Spt'V ill p>ne. JtJion I rjehl nude "• Gnu tra* i*in. m ? Tel mc. pic '.*. JII ihiT bo Bup tii hrr "iDO'lv O ih. iu< ol ihe OIST1N {Dial %  •*) i .!.. a rmarr*w II-.* S.S |. na. HKui Action Thriller SONS •( Un MI'SKITSias 'Tvchniculon a.. .~ M is. a • i MOIND T. 'PIIONr IIM %  %  %  i-.olhii.h-v.ntwied-nothmg-i: a I n e d rule reall] %  p4caoua *ijy. —Both i u % %  • %  opptaruawttaa for. altanui H trlahaa. Lse yourj keen p e rception to %  eparata tiic good iromsa^ JV Mir -<_ • • • ^ VIROO — Fiuitlul for the ..mbitous. Apply your Aw tS—ftaat 2S llUarrWll %  blilty and know-how" to JUr-a %  •' '' nounl rarobl Ajtuans, .-killed tech-^^ \X. nlcal %  people highly (avouicd. j • • * tt vitli Odd tempt.n..". Make v;ilianl aUtropt for your 4>est pci-^-t, [onnance In oaajiy :\ moon. Remain stead^ M raal In • *, a> aroRFIO Train your sights on ynur uoal. then*T Oct 24-Nov. 22 .lives. ucx. e.ov. ^* ]( Ui(i >0 ^ (tms (S(r>i pgmgi^ a rrw .ire in order. ^r BAoriTARrua Be,, IF VOL. do not aspect the world Jf^. MOT. 25—Dec. 22 on .• rilvai platter Maintain %  steady, un•fi %  pace punctuati n g each step with stepped-up mental output. jL. ir it -k —Take M de, ash youraaU: -wtuther 21 goest thou? Make sure you are headed jt in right direction, then proceed with open^ thi%  •• • •)&f AQDARTUS Don'l be rash in expenditure if enerJaa. 22—Feb. 20 ipt to channel Iloni into most productive jjt • ..* LEO Jlj M—Ang. k LIBRA %  apt. U— OcV 23 OAPIIIOOBN Dae. 23—Jan. PISCES Tab. 21—Maria M • —Rays border 00 BUaplcaOua. Keep tabs <>"jt chrk matters. Health T nnd die' come In for their share ^-i YOU BORN TODAY an endi W I with a va.ioty of abilities for righteous, happy living and high success. You can be a leader or dutiful Mlov/i nfloaajcaj vjA. JV create often, cvc.i f not for long periods. Birthciale of: Irving ~* ^ Addison Bacheller. Ame.j.utlior. #*** + ******* FROM THK PEN OF THK WOKLD'S STORY TF.I.I.F.R fOMKS IVWIIOI: (By Sir WAI.TKR SCOTT) Starrinu Kuberl Taylor — Joan Fontaine Kli/alH'th Tu>h>r — Cleo Sanders Open ini; FKID.W. OCTOBEB 1KI) :• und H.3ft ut 4.1 OKI Mil i I HI O L YMPiC TODAY TO MONDAY 4.30 nnd S.15 R.K.O's SUPER DOUBLE K\ CONFLICT STRUN AND SAVAGE IN THE HIGH SIERRAS WHERE LOVE COMES LATE TO A GIRL WITH A PAST ... Md a liter's %  engeance crowds the nr>l with menace! httaM k I. • %  I • l>r ROBERT STERLING JOHN IRELAND CLAUDE JARMAN.IR GLORIA GRAHAME AFTER ffKaCKV A'K 1N' WEDNESDAY OCT, 1st. (Oh afaMgaa THROW Ol TS IN All. DFI'ARTMKNTS HALF PRICF. KNTIRF. STOCK RIIIHONS HALF PRICF. COTTON, BATON, BURfNOS, RKMNANTS HALF PRICE \'i: KI.SIt'.NS PKINTKII RAYONS S CENTS WONDER-DRUG TEST BRINGS MURDER OFF... EVANS WKITFIELD'S YOl'R SHOE STORE BRANCH •PHONE M I'll lit Omta Mr llaaw 36r: Balran. .., R..v : Kid. '. Prl.-r al Millnr^ US





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PACK EIGHT BABBAIK)S ADVOCATE iiiinw M I'TI MIII 11 M un Know Your Cricket! LAW 39 s .. .or runt up to bov on* two, Ihrei ball siukes the balani %  a stentorian appeal How. that? "Lbw man/' The index lin... goes up and th. batsn makes his way toward* I pavilion. The umpta ringer dor* not fD up hatmi.ai !"i'.:lics a Sigh Ol lief and prepare* to t guard again after thai I I L |l>>pn 1 .< I Whether Unbau-niat. is %  % %  out or not then1 almost always bound to be daMntMM voices from the respective supporters and a resentment in th. haarl of the bowler and fieldsmen for Ibw U the most vcx.tious and conUoverslal route by which a player can be dismissed ThU being the case let us study the law proper before we decide to discus* the circumstances under which it should or should not be applied:— LAW :w LAW. The striker la uat "Lag IM far*" wk-kef — If .in> part ol b-W IMT-IM f\eepl IIIlljlld. tlM. is III %  straight lilli' between wicket .nil wlrkrt. even though the pwinl r Impart br alo\ the level •ercplf (if -l loll uhlrh in the opinion ol tin plr*\ shall have, or would aav* pitched on > stratfht Imr 11 M howler'-, wicket u> th* -ink wirkrt. or shall (u\ im-lo-d M the off-side of the striker wicket, provided aJwSfl thai D* ball would k* hit UV wlekct llio|nr> 1 piupwH' Bl thai I age to Kit 1 a short history uf tliv legislative action taken during tin 1J*4-1W7 that led up to cartain changes during the itcriod that were made with tht ..ujeet 4 giving the bowler some assts l 11 iiiColonel K. s. Rait Kan, B* n tary ol the M.C.C. in hi* book %  'The Laws uf crukel, TIM ii. nid Growth" wiIV we have seen, the lni]n"'i" of the pitches enabled Arthu. Shrewsbury to develop a new gospel of defensive batsrnanship which soon made many conver'* Prom about 1085 this technlq involved an increasing use of the pads, which in a year or two Wa causing the deepest the cricket world, and as a result the reform of 'tie lbw la became the question of 'he ho 11 and with one Interlude rvel f Unbail*, ha > %  %  a a bail which has nolff orhed hi* bat or hand and* IHrie Receives Offer From U.S.A. College SaTM SftaaVaassssMa' Mary 'i IE 1 and will %  i'"" /!%  The; wuiiMsd Miy. but I i1 of me off. no help in thai %  want you to run lor U %  They turn to soruvw 1 "There 1* no nk it : heif 1 V MWKU) Antigiui Svorv 72 Against Montserrt$t ). O., On. rm iMllllfll I a N I b.n A ofl UM rootl ii.bad i %  miles ..id then anoth* I U) Im I I and still wanted to |Q on IUJ in the flo %  'i BI.. ( ity inran %  i %  ton toi Indian Cricket Averages mi -< "iimiMtn asUgea ia li.o... i *t k*tpci n bid Edwsidi *lvn bM D*vi. TlM l.ill'iwmr IM 11 1 I i%  hiding thTf-i i. \ niM. Nsl In". Oil K. Msnlitxai >| r AdhlksH > no> mt ib 'ii> kel in Austral .' : %  :,., Si IS !£ M UM i< v ntwtu 4 isa IBM I latton, Only n ... na moot ] _" ., %  : ..Ison from the H ourna m-kel Qrauagl ajH CljM for I against Vu lorii d n Taat, AH i Sh. (Bald Shield inU-i%  ih.in ta.onu aflai tfa* L0 .(Ml.ileu I . *:. .. anai "f 12.300 Uic Kngl.ind bmugh: in .000. Ml l Sooth WasM fn.ket As%  %  .i.ilion, where all inter-suu 'i -iiebei lost money, showed a deol nearly £5,000. All Change 1 '** aecrvUtry P. A. li.ni^n. i I Maidenhead United Ft made list.>ke Of el.uli. ; •(-. ,.„,. %  i tag i.i.-t Te.im ha Carshaltoa where their raserves a i lam Over the loudspeaker 11 team change;. I. K S liiun I'm II IB George Park V lUxtt Invincible i " A Laraa ennad witnessed Gaorge rk defaal InvinctWa at &>/ %  > •,,K 00 Saturday. This win has can the fourth outright vntory '"V nda.*b] Pha eon irart: liw.iRibic .2.' i " I Callender 4 —26 and S. Alleyne M -32; aiui 46. F. Callender 3 for i u, 2 and R. AUaync 3 for 12. 1 "fig. I 01 21 H Pitt i £ un for 8; K. Springer 1 for 11; and vi aua i, for 44. S. Crichlow 4 for 14. ii fi^ firora* Prh * lewU in the ,5 jir Gun Hill divistoi. with 27 poinls ii M? 5 noni i' rarest rival i* „— t'l % % %  %  with 30 points in six ' , II.e. loo A ill have a lah-h's rest before the season < bid Davu 10 ia>\-< bid Davu 0 > a M( s %  HUM l n M.-loml IM IssMs* %  Ulf SM sol >t IS.M, bid Oonsslva M . Ranrrl 14 %  Wlcll • ** HANDBAGS OF IMYIikSm iiil.lM.1 01 THE HIM INDIES Extra-Mural Department KENCH CONVERSATION (Mrs. M rsUda-HparaUj Junior cuss (l) S*. MiehaeP* Girl*' School A p.m. Junior Class (2) St. Michael's Girls' School 5 p.m Ml* Lessons Begin nwg Wednesday October 1st Fee for Coarse a*r. Senior Class Combermcre School 8 p.m Ten Leason* Baginnlni \\ e.l -.1 i % Oetnber 1st Fee fee Course: |2.a Members of KMr„-Miu..l Association SI 6S OMC0U%, Bl M.\IJM HANDBACM (Ore -grain Material) for Cuckiuils — Weddings Informal Fveninc Wear %  Rani, Navy, Black, What*t'-ri am Hroun CAVE Sllll'llilili III.. INI. POOLE POTTERY WE HAVE OS STOCK . TCKRAZZO Marble Chip. lltMin Marble FNihhed Shrrt^ TRINIDAI1 Cedar Bnards Ml MINK M I in .in ,i I Ii. ALUaONICM Gutierlm; — 18". M" 30." 36" GALVANISED Corrugated Raaab BARBED WIRE W in Men'c* I FUN hi* [ i nal At \\ %  in hit\ L the un.) ... n the wic fa At one tune UM Counu Lr Council prupused woiO/i oe aaded lu Uic law siiouw ne wiilun> cross wicket U> defend II wtUl person.' %  accepted fur it might ui.er UM ban Ri ol any doubt. .. riiere is no part of ;he law that ih gsj ruling from the n A M.C.C. nieu in : crtoui injUT) 'it >' in those pun-, being d umpires who would obvioua have had to agarel i ars of iuterpreial ment. New Uute In I*B a racomnMndal tried out man could be out from pitching outside the line l>o Not lleliew Pleasedo NOT believe Uial tho ">> I'ool to-night. They beat Jackb bound to give the Kiamer and Don Budge 6—4"( 8—I, 3—6\ 6—3, by -* %  and speed The lusi a it wa* aaaj raooay for UM wm. -i-< at -ula Ooo> i. outstanding plu.vci ol always had a slight anI or 32-year-old Kramei Ills cannon-ball serves freuuenlnd aces and) his volleying iparb. (in this showing Consul ves will start a hot favourite to In his his third successive win In l< rugjht'a singles fin What of those fe 1. %  -.' Ki.unei. %  I their Ott-bftaia round UM Agile Seguro did his share nu: l UM w,c lrt a d make them straight%  knowledge, discretion %  %  the 00" aslon arlas. Please do NUT U-lieve ih.it id JUII-. Itowlers who bowl around th %  ket eannot ever nKCOOd %  lbw decision loos had liuitge noiiplusset under the powerful and ralhei. off-slump if it struck any part u ...nfustig arc light of his person bvlwwi, Wkkal ;'lease do NOT believe thai I Tlurtj-seven-year-old Budge wickel. k. ., n i T ,tinned or missod his This akparun bai bafota U %  ,-lies and when he did cunnert doned after UM il*33 %  aaaon bui panoB tan b' out lbw d : the ball, a/ler, both in England and OvciUmpires are in IrUCb seaj and having been anpfOVed M.C.C that wlien a slnkei was Onally introducod %  Law in ^, torward and is hfl (ui 1W7. And o, hu.-i,, that Ig Ml a, (|f Malar] ol the Law as it stam: .,,. Wboihaf tho ball ajrould to-day. n hit Ihe wi. ket or not UM ( %  olden Itules % %  f In testing ihe aoouracj ol i.i UM case of a ball a %  ipjiiiiaiioii ol 'he rule 1 can i -iging. Ulan quote the foi which the ILC C that the umpire should use. A batsman is only "Out" undoi this Law if all the four nro answered in the all (1) Would the ball have hit the wicker (2) Did the ball pitch on • Straight line between wlckcl aod wicket (and in tbll includes a ball Ularcnpterl full pttob by M did u piieh on tin offal the striker'* wick, i (I) Was It part ol th. person other than I hey'll 1X It Even une



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FUDAt MPTKMBEK 26. 1952 RVRIIAPOS ADVoc Ml %  \(.l -I V I N HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON "LINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES 1t*US£ V4rV ••!'£ TUlWD '•V/T'iCVT SJCrCM. /r" yXX/ IA/MC +n o r n* m BLOSSOM — — ;> voc Krvow ruff /— \ rrucm. _/—. THAT! ** %  %  "*£'M4TJ t^*sr 0> Mf A4CVNV BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG ; ft %  ^ 4*' TLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND .1 ] %  "-! To?-a(i am THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES OUJNIV/. Famous for llavouk! RED ROSE TEA is j>ood tea / IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE THURSDAY TO SATURDAY AT ALL BRANCHES U.imlly NOW PLANTERS PEANUTS $ M .90 PBACHBS — Small ThM %  *" TWO CARDINAL COFFEE 102 — .90 LUNCHEON BEEF ' %  .W WINCARNIS WINE 100 2.70 BUB (Haintkwf) %  -'I j KltlHAl. STRAWUERR1 RASPBERRY I KERRY, CORDIAL W! I H LER8 .' o. LIME, BARLEY WATER. CRAWKORDS VSSOKTED CREAM BISCUITS—TUu MITANE8E BISCUIT8 III* ASSORTED SHORT BREAD rARTAN BISI i '" MENIERS COD 'A tb i i run i HKICRI APRICOT JUICE \ U'RII on II II E 118 I 28 1.05 I 81 I 73 1.71 47 .J7 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION Tinyear tha 'Advocate' li running %  Christinas Card Competition, ii .nit-, ol which will ba pul ad I tha C hri s tm as nun I %  i %  unpetltori ihouM nota %  r %  tollowli | points Thr competition li open to all readers "( tha 'Advoeata' and can i %  in .ii,i|ir Card can I"made hv ;mv [>i < %  %  % %  painliritf. drawing. pl>'i. i laplnc. A eompotltoi can antai n j nunbai ol cards, but all cards musi IK* work. Preference will ba given to cardi with %  Barbadian 01 Wi ri Indian flavour arid i" novelty card The jiicji-nu; will ba dona by %  fudging conunlttea which will include tha Editor. Thau decision will '• Anal Prliaa will lu follow Fli it M0.00; Second 930.00; Third SlOOO; and two consolation prises ol |6.00 each A selection ol tha cards will ba displayed al tha'Advoeata 1 Stationary ..nd later al tha Barbados Museum. Hie closing data for the competition Is 4\00 p.m on Octobai 81 competitor! can itaii %  ending In 'inn entrlai now. All cards should tx addii ed to tha Editor, Tin* Advocate, Bridge* s.sc. KETTLES a iiinis tfLoa IRONS sm.oji J4i3.il Iff****** OF FIRST CLASS OII^ITTY — AND VERY USEFUL IN THE HOME. MM I. Ol II I'HMIS AMI si;n;ri I:\KI.V IIIO>I riu: on '.AHA'.I: THAHIM. o.. I.TII. Virlwria Sir. < WANS ' 12 I* Wall or %  •..I.I, TO AM I IIS I iliasl I.rail.'—all i liromiiiiim SII.OO SI-I.IJ



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE iKllilY. UTEMBEB H. Ii2 BARBADOSssA ADVOCATE _T-~—ii r--—tm.i.4 .* ik. A4 Ok, LU. Inti t. kilitb** Training For Tourist* THE Incn dng ituntten which paid to hotels, government and communication companies to advertising Barbados In world outside is praiseworthy. With the Bahamas. Bermuda and Jamaica spending very large sums of money every year, Barbados cannot sit back and hope to e without spending something. Vet there is a danger of Barbados spending all its money on outside advertising when some of it could profitably be spent locally. Tourism is Barbados' biggest industry V sugar, but because its connection with the Barbadian economy has never been adequately emphasized by government spokesmen, some Barbadians still oppose tourism as something inimical to their interests. Might not the Hotel Association and the Barbados Publicity Committee cooperate in a planned campaign to sell tourism to Barbadians as well as to visitors from abroad? Until every Barbadian is educated to understand that tourism is the gn friend to the Barbadian economy after :.r there will always be an active fifth column here to sabotage the efforts which the Publicity Committee, the hotel proprietors, the Hotel Association and the communication companies are ntfdl bring visitors to Barbados. The people of Barbados must understand that unless tourists prefer Barbados to other West Indian islands living standards here will drop. Only tourism offers sub slantial ltn( term sources of revenue and employment. A newspaper advertising campaign I convince every Barbadian that tourism affects everyone individually could be followed by a list of "dos" and "donts" foi the tourist-minded. Boy Scouts and Girl CJuides have an invaluable role to play in assisting the tourisi development of Barbados and it is surpris ing that their help has not yet been asked Who better than Boy Scouts or Girl GuiA to persuade the residents of the district: in which they live to keep streets tidy, open lands free from litter and beach, spotless? If every Ssnirday for thre. months a procession of Scouts and Guide: were to parade throughout the towns ami villages of Barbados carrying banners re qiwattng -I' V Pl y nnr to "Keen Barbados Clean" would not an indelible mark hav, been made in peoples' minds? A clean and tidy Barbados, an island ol neatly painted houses and well-kept gardens is worth thousands of dollars o( advertising, because every tourist whe comes to the island will be pro or aoU Barbados on their return home. We shouli .u.iv to make them praise us. Only an immature mind could suggest that the ugliness of Barbadian huts anc hovels could be transformed ovemighl even within a decade. It is going to be ar uphill talk to keep Barbadian homes up I' the standards already achieved in th< difficult years ahead. But much mor, could be done to make the island more attractive to visitors. More flowering slirul could be planted along highways f"i instance. The oleanders which run for • few hundred yards along the road DM Gibbs' Beach offer an example of how several stretches of Barbados' road might be transformed to look beautiful. Country shops ought to offer some facilities to tourists driving around the count: yside. Two or three large umbrellas sanded floors and half a dozen chairs mid : few tables might be provided by the manufacturer, of beverages to country sli'T keepers to help them entice the tourist t,i stop for refreshment. Needless to .-.. %  presence of new paint and cleanliness would also be required. These and other suggestions have been made almost unceasingly in the columns of this newspaper, yet the organisations most nearly inlocsted In the tourist trade seem either incapable of adopting some or all el them or are reluctant to break new ground Their slowness to act in no way lessens the greatness of the educational task which has to be tackled before all Barbadians give tourism their whole-hearted support. Meanwhile hotels and residential clubs and all the shops of Bridgetown ought ti waste no more time, hut should arrange courses for shop assistants, telephone operators, receptionists, waiters, bell boyi The luck of enterprise shown by the average shop assistant of Bridgetown or the inexpertness of hotel telephone operators is not due to any mental or other deficiencies but directly traceable to lack of proper training for such service. Since the government of Barbados has -., on ideeed such training to be desirable subjects for study in certain schools the shops and hotels which seek the patronage of tourists ought to arrange courses for their own employees. If this island gets a reputation for politeness and cheerfulness of service aid if tour: l of us. most of our Urgent problems will hove disappeared. Too. is one of the world's most valuable industries. l be recognised find l all Barbadians. Prescription Charge Makes NEGROES PUT A SlEEZt> G ft i 'il.iins >l<'ilM-iii < Swillcrs Think Twice I.ONDON. „ ^ On Jt.m3u. un, two days IP* ffreit (Mivrr liter lit i begin paying lamina! ahilling charge for m< % % %  .ill :.buv Inspnst-nbed uwicr the Nationthe average. crvfco, a London MS. Concern per columnist composed a neat Thl* lumping of prescriptions NOB of verse —" %  ~——* special local arrangvnv i which tnc payment H made to UM r doc** uith %  hlUinsj Some people* pay the shilling at ail. People gel_.„ ilng national assistance are rchich practically „,, ,„ on t ohn is musing concern, tundnl their ahilling when next ON ADLAI AND IKE (By NEWELL K(Kil.KS) nmed up the paychclogy of the The 'Pharmaceutical Journal*. v>. It sakl: -.metal organ of the Pharmaceutical Society, observes: 'If this i thantlsri in mournful nunm, l -bob' I* juM Itw job friend., %  aovervum <"' Ami hnw rlgM of he Uritisii c,i vctniii-rii to wake be nation's medicine nrUltn hink twice before running off for prt"i nplion at tlic slightest %  ril*. the smnlhst ache i happening. Only 'oo K Oltrail Decline The Brtt m^nlh, June, showed %  CUB*; POCKET CARTOOH by USBERI L.'.NC.SilK 1/ — I they draw their aiststa^e money, having been given %  special receipt by the chemist or doctor. Wur pensioners -lso gel a refund in the same way, where the pre•oriptiun u necued because of accepted war dU->btlittM. Other people can claim hardship but must convince the National Assistance Board of a genuine Inability to pay before get'.ing their s.iilllng back. Oul-patienta at hospitals are charged each time medicines or drugs are disported to them but do not pay for those administered at the hospital. Nor do out-j i! rentr-ns t patients receiving national assistance or war pensions or pat:vnts attending VJ>. clinics. No lnpatient of a hospital has to pay. Appliance* supplied through a hospital are charged for kftus: tlaitlc hosiery, 5 or surgical abdominal stippor each; surgical footwear. £3 pair; and wigs, £2. 10. 0. each. No Charge There is no charge when* th appliance is supplied bj pital to a child under lb or atU'liaThg school full-lime, to natlonal assistance and war pension reclpienta or to in-patienis at the time the appliance u> supplied. The history of prescription charges really goe* back to 1949 when the Socialist Governmn/. stiuld like and it is beJ~ S^-ZS^lf JZhi ^ "*Powers under an Amend""fig tt&S? SeaSSa^SfS "! to introduce llonawraM-r Lord mm all fised up for hanou: CoronationYes .' %  M lendency continues, th* receaved from the levy amount ill fall NEW VOKK OH R u I til freedom. Thia cai Amerka'i Nejgrota, t.<>unds loud er ttaroa freedom to vn equal uri-ms with w!i b Negroes in rtuitheiu dtia rutvg alrea0> obtained so fully the riyht to vote thai ihnve become a power in November's presi liintial cU-ction. And now ConKresaman Adam Clayton Powell jun., a Democratic leader in HarlenN.-w York's half-million stroni; Nepro quarter, proposes to use this power to get similar fteedom for Negroes in the South. He wants the (Jovernment to force tin bruthem white-to give it to IrMflfc Hi withdraw Nepro voting support fiom Democratic candidate Adlai Stevenson in four great northern cities. New York. Detroit, Chicago and Pittsburg. Powell is going to see Stevenson and deLiasUc hosiery, 3,or 10,aach; man( i lnal nc ar ,all promise to work for a sureical abdomuul Mipporui, £1 ....... ir.il rights law. Republican leaders tell the Negroes that the way to get full freedom is to vote for E wnhOWtr, But Powell claims that Eisenhower is opposed to whites and Negroes in the same military units. So Powell threatens a Negro boycott both parties. HOME NOTE. Powell is married to Hazel Scott, composer, pianist and singer who appeared on the London stage last year. Sho plays boogie woogie—and classical stuff Uk Bach. ('LAKE BOOTHE LUCE, wife of magazine publisher Henry Luce, served two years in the House of Representatives. Now sheannounces she is available if Connecticut votcis want to elect her to the Senate in place of the late Senator Brien McMahon. She is ut.u Moonirs .u -lf*l Of .t II. ST. 1 IIO-XICttY NOIH I To Our CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS we will be closing our LIMBER YARD & HARDWARE SAll KDAV 21\h. MONDAY 29th. TI.'ESDAY 30th SEPTEMBER for STOCKTAKING and opening again WEDNESDAY 1st OCTOBER WILKINSON & HATHBS CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. lional expenditure, and on 7" !" Acl the phsrmaceuucnl side it may \\ lwv r ud Xhem M ,he l ""'w 11 slow down still further the '• Atlee said Ihere had been n.te of pricing prescriptions. Are evidence of an unnecessary redoctors deliberately using fewer course to doctors, and that the for England forms to help their pauents?" fee should be imposed as a deterta of 15.57 per cent. In it aeems they are. rent and economy measure. The tU Dumber of prescriptions tilled Off-selling to an extent the ihen Miniiter of Health, Mr. i But m July, which provides income from prescription charger Ancurin Bevan, resisted the I ngurs available, the is tincMrtanued rise in prescripmove strongly, and It was left to lecrease was only 5.5 per centtlon coils. In June, the average y^ Tory Government to lake the There is a partial explanation cost of each prescription priced ^^p PeOenbi know the shiUvrssi about 4s. 2d., conipared with Xt the Ume of Mr. Attloe's pro-| at present in Hollywood writing a screen JU| charge was coming and It Is lust under 4s. Id. In May and 3s. hought many stocked up on likl. In June last year. The total nediclne ot the last minute, cost of medicines and general uly found then back at the docphnrmaceullcal goods supplied un_J, ( or's rooms again. > .i chemist, or supplied increased costs, take the bill next tj wag introduced. The by a doctor who does his own year to more 1 ^ ian £400 nOlsM. billing charge is made for each dispeniltui. The only exception to T^ pwent Government hav iplion form irrespective of the shlllIn*; rule is In the prescrlb, nu ^ t (|> reKW gwne of thc of items prescribed Ing of elastic hosiery; In thst case, -„-„ hv inirodut lm* rhiruci dc unbe. It is thercforo profitable thc patient pays between 3/and to have us many 10/for oach article. .,,,„„. form a, he can perThe patient who gets a pref u J<>' ' ^*%"^ drt fc the doctor 10 prescribe. ( ,crlptlon form from a doctor pays vf * prescrisxions since the Tha %  veran mimiXT of Items the shilling to the chemiit who national health service started 1 -i.ii form In June was 1.69 makes up the order. In country on Ju| y 3 !" '948, the actual cost ompared with 1 57 in June last areas where doctors do their own to the Exchequer hai nen from car. In July, the ratio dropped dispensing the money is paid to £305.300.000. In the first full pom! to 1.68, against 1.57 in the doctor instead And In some year, to £338.202,000. the estiluly, 1951 Some areas, for no remote country districts, there ore mate for 1932-3. Marmalades Cr y stals Jams and Jellies by HARTLEY "Fir*/ I linii-ion an// Shflf" Da Costa & Co., Ltd. Our Readers Say: H*./. Cullurr except maybe in thought. This Is to bo expected because the average local musician is prejudiced > Christian stu-Jj 3B£tiLF& CSSTTRS p dly introduces the RACE ques. Jack his Jacket wnen • J vrn '•> the Edm.r. (he ^duocale, tion. i>oon he will be chsntni preMure u, brought to bear—lust Silt. PUM-C |).-rmil me tpace nw with tarling a rftC* HO*. TTIsM :.k,. ,) nl„, 'i.,,,,,,; | .,,.,„„ „; congratulate Hcrr llopkinson • bird I the majority, but thai Is by the n (he candid autobiography he As a diversion I was going to wav •ublished In his letter to you last tell him about Uic sweet ponto Secondly—thii Is very imporLsturday, It is alas, all too true and fresh fish racket—how It is tuni—Tiiere arc only two propnat the vulgarisation of educaoierated nowadays, but I am rely organised orchestras In Bar.on is priHlucing numbers ot afraid he might accuse mo of trybadoe, r,: which the l"olice Dance learned fools" and "Incapable ing to starve the victims of hamorchestra Is likely to be a threat who hasten to reveal mcr and anvil—the Middle Class! or to give any competition to heir obtusenees with an equally c. n. ROCK. these are namely, the Percy gti naive eloquence. But In how Green orchestra once led by Mr. BW of these do we find the selffncorm> Tax Maggie Goodridge„ popular ptan1 shown by Herr HopTo Thf gdittyr. The Adcocate iBl (' don't know the present tntenl SIR.—The public heartily agree lder-4f there Is one) and this To me. of course, it was already w j| ft your comments 0.1 the lateorchestra certainly has grounds vtdaM that he was merely wishnpss or tn(1 n x n(( 0 f i ne rau* 0 f for complaint first from this angle "V I''' *,a Wwl i n i d .'?i n £ii IU i r Income Tax. as Ihe legislature in The popular seasonal and other tfould not belittle himbi OmUnt with the Estimates in "'uch looked toward for dances assessing alien standards of civMoreh hav before them the ul the Marine Hotel. Paradise : r on he f.U himself unjbta.10 J^ h „, gj ( ^^ m ^„, %£ Hjsltion can he names for those unfortunate P^ !" ^ l l ... -abits of mind he lists ooil text book of Lojic— tar as I know. West *< the latter condition %  mil in ullure has not yet pro"' or <' 'o blame than the former, it is rumoured that thc Income Tax Commissioner ha not been Th „ next orch esu-a U Mr. able up to the present to get in C | lvie cittens' and I don't hon;ill of thc returns for the year ttl | y lhink „„, u^ orc hestr ; before. has suffered much or can suffer It should bo clear that the tax much due to the existence of tnc To (he Ediror. the Adeocat*. ennnot be rixed in March or April police Dance Orchesu-a. silt cjuiu reotnUs 1 heard a when all the returns ore not i certainly do agree that they >arty of visitors discussing the furnlshable within the dale. should not be allowed to compete nuch vaunted attachment of BarThe public hilly realize that if with the local orchestras, but I i the crown, of which Government did DM ilx a penally do also subscribe to Ihe Idea that hev h:irain-box amusemen .-id pennit ead Nobody .i piafjWritten ;' somebody.' whom I often con"HKlsriAN who all this whOo s „i, %  ,. erasai inn i„ the issue of orchestras and %  musician* union wan trying, quite disgustingly, lo Sept. 20lh. I certainlv had to with a thorough understanlng raw Ihe CLASS question. Is it tan notice of that section which rmong yourselves and with a 4 know the rtirfertouched on the Police Band. determination to adhere to whatrant classes" W M nmr in c\ t-.er principle* vou lay down. 1 renew"? isicnce a local musician's union BRUCE H US HANDS. plav from her story "Pilate's Wile." FOOD PRICES in America have jumped %  0 high that it may be necessary to recalll Congress to control them, said a report to President Truman from his price stabilse Ellis Arnall. YES, said Wilbur Hicks to his wife in I public house at Owensboro, Kentucky you can have a divorce. Then he exploded killing himself and injuring hex. He hai hidden half a stick of dynamite under his shirt. MR. CHARM is the nickname of Stuatt Symington, former U.S. Air Secretary, because he could sell doubters an idea in 80 seconds. Today he sold the voters <>l Missouri, home State of his ex-boss Harry Truman, the idea of nominating him Democratic candidate for the Senate. FLYING SAUCER pyjamas have luminous discs which glow at night. IN Tajunga, California, seven-year-old Leonard Ross, who has passed his radii operator's examination for a Government licence, reads encyclopedias, has mernoruar:! the names of the kings of England for fun. adds fractions in his head and argues with his parents over the presidential candidates Horrors! YOU probably never heard of Ch.u!-: Scully, an ex-Government agent, who died in Brooklyn at the age of 68. But you have heard of the man he shadowed as a spy in World War I — Franz von Papen, then German Embassy attache in Washington ano Hitler's ambassador to Turkey in World War II. * AH, the trials of a price controller! Tighe Woods, the new price boss, announced on taking office that he is ready to scrap controls if the people wish it. He decided to go out, meet housewives, and find out what they want. His first stop was Fresno California (Population: 91.0001. And what did he find? Half of the housewives want controls because prices are high The others do not want them because they have not kept prices from rising. The bewildered Mr. Woods is going to try six more towns across the land before returning W his office in Washington to think things over. Food prices remained stationary in tlv last ten days recorded in the Government price index. It stands at 235.6 per cent, of the 1935-9 average. THE Republicans and Democrats are esti ; mated to be raising 30,000,000 dollars (more than £10,700,000) to help finance Eisenhower and Stevenson in their election campaign.-. IN New York Cily. 1.200,000 pupils went to schoi.1 as Dr. Bella Dodd, an ex-Communis; teacher, testified before the Senate In1 Security Sub-Committee. In 1944, she said, at least 1,000 of the children's teachers wen in the Communist Party. WILLIAM FREDERICK LAMB'S favourite relaxation was to go to the top of th 102-storey Empire State Build i nd look out over New York. And no won' % %  %. it STOCK TAKING Our Electrical & Dry Goods departments will be closed for Annual Stock Taking on: WEDNESDAY Sept. 24 THURSDAY 25 FRIDAY „ 26 SATURDAY „ 27 and will re-open lor business on MONDAY Sept 29 iDa Costa & Co., Ltd. n t £^H ^n?^**^ !" ^ !" ^! der, for he helped to design the buildir %  i hv l**ii accompllinea, rorm among • *" — , con. >ourselvcs. four or five good Recently, after a brief illness he died at tnc ogc of 68. AT LEAST five versions of "RobJp Crusoe" are on Hollywood's pn schedule for thc next few months. SWEETS sham', Teflrr* C'srr'n Swrrt HtarulU Oaflrt vu Milk CsJT'a Arrowroot Carr' Crrsnw Cresm C'rsrkrra rtaMer*a Nvti C. A. Cigarettes JUST RECEIVED: M ; vrm4U-!--?-lh. tins < ir.nli.ii l''i-iilrntrd Milk C'jnadUn rotator-. ShrHdrd Wheat Milk Fed Thicken* Milk Fed Durks Hams in MEATS COMI \KJ: THESE PRICES Drraard Ksbblte —36c. per lb, Ire*sed Tripe —J2e. per lb. st-w Beer—J8e per lb.


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rMTTAT, SMVKMHHt .'1B!' BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THBU TROUBLES MOUNTING IN KENYA "pa" Equipping The World's Industry New Governor Due Next Week (From Thf London Preaa Service) SOME 2,000 machine tools and woodworking machines, weighing more than 6.000 ton* and valued at over £ 10 million, made an impressive scene of productive.power when the International Machine Tool Exhibition opened last week at Olympia, London. The cntcf object of the displa y -%  is to enable production engineer! Vestry Will Repair Stop On The Organ from all parts of the world to under one roof the progress made by the Western nation* in the Held of production machinery, the mainspring both of itrfence preparations and of peaceful development of living stai:. ru The last exhibition of the hind uas held in 1948. and this year's g* trass, page 1 theme is the advance made since !L_ that time in the achievement of J !" nI lh money. thev higher productivity und greater „ __ . aeotwfM No Provision Among the COO Arms exhibit .nK, I number are showing copying Hou'ble V. C. Gale said that ate latins, designed for repetlUor had listened carefully to Mr. Hudvork with unskilled labour Also **i and the Chairman. No doubt, of iDtanat arc multi-tool lath** the Vestry was willing to spend capable of considerably speedingaddition;! money on the organ up production proce s se s to make it as up-to-date as More than half of the mayor possible. While it would be an nOChlne tools exhibited .ire Brll''Xt-cllenl thing to do. they a(By JOHN Rr.DFr.RN) NAIROBI. Kenya. NEXT WEEK the people of Kenya will have a new Governor—Sir Evelyn Baring—although the appointment was announced on April 10, and the colony is in a troubled condition. Their last Governor. Sir Philip Mitchell, left at the end of June—and a fortnight later was telling a London audience that it was "unspeakable nonsense" to suggest that East Africa was seething with African unrest. No, East Africa was seething with energy and growing enlightenment, he said. Very well, but the police are 110 rooms, most of them laree. dally arresting criminals and adTho wine-coloured carpal herent-of Mau Mau. the terrorist dining room U 70ft. by 33ft. There .inti-European organisation; M7 nre> 18 spacious bedrooms (or mat_ such arrests in the last seven days rled couples. Diplomatically this ,, F|V In on* province And "W" cars the Clapham Junction of Africa. 2?*"*. loaded with pistols and scatter Sir Evelyn's health has bee. ihould shotnuns patrol this capital from tricky since a severe tropic dusk to dawn. Curfew clamps Illness way back, and he has fa down 100.000 Africans nightly in be rareful. But swimming three dltant reserves. mitted and Cairo Is Risking More Than Its Night Lights embarrassed Five Seek Lost Creek Gold Mine Firm St* Mind. there here whether the hand of Evelyn will be firm enough. He waa. the "man on the spot" whom Mi*. Got don Walker, wr. VANCOUVER. B.C. west coast businessmen started a venture to prove laprovo once and for all whether the fabulouLost Creek Oolrt mine, said to have produced Km.. niigeet* the size uf walnuts, thI*"search for which has claimed :.; now plans arc being Ms| .j || vpli doe, exist •mmr for a swimming pool ; %  Sovernment House. That soul! The five have tormed a non„ 7f>*\ nrobahtv £7.000 and sanction Personal liability company and T!L <, T U £ "* •• W be obtained f (By \KIIIII; COOK) THE NIGHT LIGHTS are going out in Egvp* Thaw rifter-dark haunts where Farouk was familiar and his friends abornded have been raided m.d closed. TTte gloom today in Cairo's most expensive clubs — the Mohammed Aly. the Ntle Bout, and Koyal Automobile — is more than a petty, symbolic sjMtun by new-broom Premier Naguib. Those I,,ln. were snuffed by he Moslem Brotherhood in their %  il >t open political triumph since 'srouk sailed away Card Playing, dunking. late ncurs. bright liKhts. and glamour %  i.evil .ay ihe Brothers, not %  ecause they reflect the old, corpt regime. ^ but because they expenditure. Bv the Ton ish. Others come from Austria, body, could not sit then' and Socialist Minister, used to butGovernment House stands Tclgium. Denmark. France, Gerpromise to vole any money for 'ress hisown highlj criticised w ncTf8 ot i awn p^ lnTU , many Italy, the Netherlands, Capital Kxpenditure for the organ, handling of tlie Serets.Kliama n wer gardens, From the garden Sweden. Switzerland, and the The flr-it amount of £31 which -rTair in Bechuanaland. in .„Government House C-S-A. Mr. Hudson had told them abou: Sir Evelyn was then High Coin,, muc h Exports of machine tools from wa^on* which the Vestry might misiloner for the Protectorates o( offered shares (at 12-S cent! each) to finance a geological sui sag "f the area where thf legendai mine t a supposed to be located. One of two newspupri men who claim they were guide-1 '' to the mine site by an aging In dian ihls spring is a member of the board of directors rsj outside the teaching of the Rathlew . Simple and ruthless Is their i reed: Kgypt must return to the %  ivs when Allah decides nil Allah decides what is right, what Ofl KM Brotherhood black Its! lust be the Sofar club, on the nad to Use Pyramids, witn itl aShCSBg unbl early hours under oh lights; the Helme>er Palace. 1.1 beyond the Hcliopolis r<-..d. rhere a ciigane orchestra will mry its melody into any private ">x after the cabaret artist has 'ikished painting faces on the • icks nf showgirls; the Kx.-s-Uiw liib. In Alexandria. ). %  i %  MII attraction is the act of the .ivcn-hmred dancing twins And Ne%|... in "~ !" ^*xar *^fi Allah. WgU ..lone nd %  veiything without is done for Allah the United Knsjdpm last year totalled over 388.4 million (B W.I l one ton of flowers la journalist Raymond A ised for decoration in one week of North Vancouver, B. C. M.i i helper Jap, West U;riimn Deputies Plan To Force Concession.* ^^tfi *^SS£SS. the Kenya Afrim 1 *!^^^*^! £'fcBft*g Si not fl nmvlJeT n n dUU 7*£? 21""^ W "*" "^ "5 ""^ ^P~n.; stenogr.phe,Cold ffine. uS* beSUiT^n! SS R&nZZ rW.n-" y .i.i rUI SL ,M Bwlyi V nd **?*?* h,m ' %  •!*< clerk, switchboard oprratnr. mine is located.' The compan clal vTir fc?de?rldfh ^* £~ Appea na Soulh A,rtcB Hd gardener, transport super: aajrs it intends to have a qual; tm&$£2^ t *rZj& „ ,. I*mf *SSmT "*a mining engineer make which they matter uld have to dtsIng englt hi vest! gn for the be the same next year and he did not think It was n matter for them to decide that day. They •*"! Mr Mulltejt said lhl while he conaopiwl.lcd Mr. HudjorT. ex' WM plnniilion. and his >ir.ctrlly | n tier and alio Ihe De.n' 'Normal' Most of these hope u> remain 'h ore f n fiivestfiralion of Ul hen ,i nev man ink--. • The nuua was luamoasau U have bean found by an India.: named Slumai-n The Indian apiared In New Westminster KhaMnSOs ire., prior to 1890 on man.. On The Diary tht i^lfk 1 "?J ment Pc^Pl here say it is normal to go to hare a three to four and a bar months' delay in handing over. "Sometimes the outgoing GovTior Is still on leave pending Sir Evelyn is linked retirement. There are questions of bankers, and he Is reputed here ocuuons with nuggets of goli new staff. Government House K> be rich, so there are hopes that bui consistently re 1 used to n sometimes has to be done up," say parties at Government House will ve.d the source. On one or iWo officials. be on a more lavish scale. ccaMons, the stories go. h-a maa. Nin-Government typesnarl In Bechuanaland not one Afrigu*' 'ed n-ferenee to a Lost that the times are not normal. One can attended when Sir Evelyn Creak In the Pitt Lake mounni'i tue.i I BOKN, GVIIIU.II), Sept. 2a. Japanese and West German Parliamentary Deputies have exchar War Criminal probl each group planning to any Allied concessions in country to force similar cessions in the other, I harncd to-day. Erich Mende, former Itegiappeal", "he. Uk" t"hT Churcnwar' ocal ***"* %  n 3 ri ** %  V y**r* cal,ed %  Pl"ver after the banish•"*•. J boul 50 mi mcn'dl Commander, now repreden was sorry thn; he irosjU not have never known such a thing." ment of Seretse Kiiama. i vaneouvor. senting Use Rightist Free DemotVCsl if thc> could provide this AcUng as Governor U Mr. HenrHere Ihe traffic is the other way. %  a>luniac*i was haiiged for IDUIcxata in the Bonn Parliament told 'm which from the figures prov P'\ who U Kenya's Chic' There wiU be a rush to as* the ir J>" r > lalted Preaa "I have spoken Quced would be about C1.800. ne^SecTotary. and will revert to that long-awaited ort. an. strangT everal Japanese during tho howevir was prepared to vote office when at last the Bar*rur* When he finally gels himself amid died 7told lus (h. gallows. Si UIH. i. .-liacw Ute mine %  past few months concerning ftttl war criminals problem views are precisely the same.' for the 151 'mediately. for the eurfew located, and put a curse on ii. maintenance reach here. Mr. Potter is at present Ute "QDQ" in Mombasa, where the Governor posters, plenty of engagement* Ju... .„ ^ niM The amount tor the other sughas a house with seven badrooms "wait his approval. lode that no white BfOUl %  Mende is the leader of a grouo **"' 0B would mean th.,t they Naturally there is no sign of of Deputies who claim the "re} v ir*\, haVe to s, pTmis! ion rush or urgency at Government leaf of war criminals Is a neces, "„'"' ^"Wture to provtda Rouse on the outskirts of Nairobi p ychological basU for raU( V-. | ^5 p .* F ^ i __P r i cr >> tho But I can report that the three flca'ion of the l ue opean ArmTop of the list: .( congrcgaticn. many of baaulIXul chandeUan In tha ball" W *! l „9HI-Un3, J ',.; m, "^r' 1"' m ""^ N?> oloanod. rneenRv many wUl conscript mn military mnchl t JW> %  rtaDttal U.S. Support Of Peace Pledged WASHINGTON, bept. 25 President Truman told the new MsS Batlet Ambassador on Thursday even .• sesond hand wood organ Uiat any of his uctlvaier, :o as UIL one thry hi.d was pr>c"strcngthen peaceful rclaUons" tically gone. The congrtgalicn ol between Russia und the United this Church for instance was Bcstss will be "reciprocated and drawn mainly from the agrlculi>upported" by this Government tUTal and other working cl i were deal wlrn. there was st.ll one bu i^/ or lwo riiy In St. Michael of the Thl> hou **nomo r ,he Barings — St 0 me n ,tt flvo yea !" contain •hich could do wiUi igricullural Ti^nmy Williams, son of Chief 'now. isxiuiUaen Williams who is sai' IV LONDON last night Sir Epf'• r,uy *aarnad the whereaboun lyn sold, "f am due in Kenan ,,( im 1,Ki rrom Slumach's soil, on September 29, nd Icaeo uuided Ue newsman to what bo Lo'idon by air on Ihe 38th, / eaS) ul-'"Sd to be "" e a t the rale of £300 per year ol his remarks to Truman. ZaruHe pointed out that this would bos *>;"d he could assure them He therefore suggestc*: -.liat be no waste of money and would 'hat the "people of the Soviet ;h< sjuUISff be deferred and thai be well spent as the organ would Union entertain a feeing of sin;i u jje„ n should start an organ probably last for another 30 or .ere friendship" towards the drive among his congregation years. He did nol think Mr. people of the United. States. — V P. Id come Hare and ask b i |ai heM by Society in ove Annual District Assembly Jehovah's Witnessos will bei holding their Annual District! Assemblv on SeptemoeT 20th. [ 27th, and 28th. at the Steel Shed.1 Bridgetown. This is one of a %  *k at thut time In a guarteipage newspaper advertisement. I company aid i! "Wii wtt it bello\cs to be the claims upon which are located the l I Creek Mine found by Slumach GL'AKANTfci:i stole* WuiehsMi DIAMOND RINOH Kt ,i*n, the Watchtower 60 lands during the month uf September. Some delegates are expected Mr. Symmonds said that the Hudson matter had been brought before **>r that money If he and thi the Committee which had been Chairman did not think It would U.S. Sugar U,e Up 3g^%2^£l&& '^jttZgfiSfe** *=ME !WM=H \. i ..IIINUTUN— Sujar mau."•" f Churchwarden cndfci iwmcd qu:i<. obvloua that the £51 lstanir SCMIOM *1U slart a', buliun in UM milinl SliTes to U !£ %  u(Uon pripowl in Commi w.i neccmir. Ii mnved quit" , 5 pm r^g,, ,„,j wU1 con M!!I Auxuat loullra MnJM "* '?" l " me Un •" "PP"**" "asonoblc (or Mrlludaon to UMt „ Throujh to Sunday night, turn emml i UMJM hould w m,a "> v >'>' ' ' !" "< "" hiur^ ju.r puMaSodin WaahtM' lno Coronitton It wa. felt tha'. lesnecl that ,; would be better .( „„„„„, %  w „ id V JC ,, ;, ]ia SFr PUO"^o" waaouui „ WQljH |( < nTlln£ trthut< „,,, lhe rMnreiatKin from the Cathe. a Dnt „,,~ m ad di..l will be statistics comWlevl b> Uie US. ,he required parts of the or.an be Oral could ralw >ome money and deu vma by j M steelman, DeMrtmcnt of nartmltm-V* 1 ""'' 11 *" capresalon of toythen approach the Veatry repreaenlatlvc of the Watchtower alumeu a new rtae m dlltrlou*?* and aflectlon by the people He said thai they would ct Society, who has travelled and turn at Uie end of AiuuM. when "' lhl ' m-l to Her Majesty th. very much more sympathy from | elund inroulhr.ut the DrltUh %  Hid ton. of ,,., ware dUOun.__ ^ t he ^n^puhhe^evcry w^lf Wes.^ndJe, a, uitu.ed .11 liie imai week ol the ,lc tIIjQttishad 'he office of lh e Cathedral i _j rli na il I ii I I I.LI 1 slil. a.1. rnnvn laasaaainnnl mon:h, as against in the pr oUntrie* PLANE CRASH KILLS 13 SAIGON, lnoo-Chlna. Sept. 2a. Thirteen ofucers and petty officers of the fVench Navy wero killed at S-igon in the crash on take-oftT of a four-engined Fiench naval plane. Authorities said they were unable to exp'ain the accident. —OJ. U.C.W.J. Get* $2,000 Grant Taw PY no mor for the •HEATER %  XPIRIENCF BUMS Hie army's coup deuit li.. the Moslem Brotherhood been able to convert these 'I'liglous beliefs Into a direct (orce. Hut Its influence has been dM'--rnlble In every p..|itieal, ever\fiti-nrltish or anti-West move since the Wafdlst Party abrorated th.Anglo-Kgyptlan treatv List October The Moslem world for Moslems only was the war cry. and Kitlalions of Moslem Rrotherheod "liberation" soldiers moml from Cairo and Alexandria into 'he Canal Zone to fight the Mrittsh troops. Sueeeaa '1 hi Brothers have played upon dvep-rouled Moslem traditions l n their propaganda They drive homo the message that all 'AVsterii or chnsti.-in ideals and re anti-Moslem Supporters have Inflltl Sftny. Ihe police. Uie colleges. Miti UM universities. Their sucii' h.is hii'ti i-iriM.fi'r.ilili Many nt ihclr (ulloweis ait now among lhe luiuur t Itlcer classes of tha police and army; < thousands more are among the rankers Colleges and UnlvStSfttSS are %  turning out iacreaslnsj uuiiibvri> j of doctors, lawyers and jouinal.ista steeped hi the Moslem Urolherhood teachings ri . careful ptaparatloau were maturing as Naguib took over F.gypt. And the BroMivrhood was ready to move in loi action on shadow-Cabinet levei Three weeks ago its leader* E iihlished a decree on what I OUU M UtS if lhe Brotherhootl attuiiH'd pOWSI 'lin %  %  i n i v. .i iied Ihal Ihei. would be no mole nlghl clubl DO i inomas, no books unless they were of an educational initure. no gaiety, no ajsp h ol Sore Mouth LOOM Bl*ay T*th HI 11-g Uunj. Hora UniKIl % %  -.II. -..r. that *i I I i Pyorra**, Traah Ban", . .i.au* •DIM bad S l eaaie tha. %  or isiar cup ynur t—i*. aaS n.r •> %  <*'ias K' ephano private gaml ling elults *here slsyapy-cyed woman and -.rim-faced men sit until breaks-turntrying to win back Ihe housands they have lost at baccarat When the lught light snuffers 'vive done their work little will be l-ft lor the tourtst trade, one o| Egypt's greatest money-spiuIng industries until the sacking < i Cairo early this year. Naguib. the -.hiirt. will then lace a tesl as a stutesnian. He will need money And ulr.ili-tlike the Brothers usually loe. vlien they clash with the man of the Treasury. Naguib s loo shrewd to ignore '.is financial advisers —L K S flatulence... Flatulence, hearrhorn and other indigaseioa discomioni afwr .suing air of ko > igns of over acid iiosnaoh. Put things right m double uihi. time Kith %  DoUa" Stomach Po*der. It KHIS your siomach. rapidly ncutituttiagi excess acid and reuoimg healthy actd hassavc. Sedative, soothing Doha hi mildly as tria gstm in Ms *tion. Dolsa %£ VOTItlX IBS Sm %  i la lor* mi'iilh and qulrtm M the >all.. ln.n ,UA .ft ""ii.yi.ii malt a rear IIMUII ... r.lntn <>f amply pa *B4* f mommn t-m yui Tiam b* fuar.iilai Seatai W •• i The fashionable Vermouth 163,730 tons Churchwarden anJ this was the some reasonable proportion of ^ —B-V-P. ,,rst approach to the Vestry since the total coat. He thought that It that time. He said that he wait would probably be beat to defer i.i favour of hav ng the parts for the matter until they could see if ihe organ as the standard of music there were any hopes of getting la the Island had been raised M>me of the money from 'he considerably due to the training Cathedral. many members of tha public from The Chairman thought it n good various denominations had *Li*cest.nn and nformed the VesThe University (allege <*}*• ceived al lhe Cnthedi.d. try that Individual members of West Indies ha* been ffSWfss Sil .Mr. Symmonds however agreed the Cathedral were not unmlndthat the Rockefeller Foundation or with Mr. Motlley that it would be ful of the needs with regard to New York has made a gram >t a good thing for the Cathedra: tie organ. He promised that h<$2,000 in support of research in congregation to contribute some would make mention of It in the the Department of SMMsV for m -ul>ttantial amount of the raqutred rathedral Notss. .-cademic year I95Z -53. I .. for Hf/fffcne It's as eas> as ABC to keep lhe lavatory spottcu Sprinkle some "Harpic' into the howl tod kawovrrnigh, — ihcn At'di. 'Hirps;'** clcinsing aaion diwit'cxti and deodonws da S bend where no bniui can r Harpic' it safe In wv in JU taatortev issgaSSag iksne rossKCK'i H -IHARPIC vv THE SAFE LAVATOAY CLIANIM VWWsW/^ iv: FOR HOT-HOT DAYS USh COOL-COOL TALC S^r: fegaSSWSIrSBBBt ass y u tera '' m l eom !:;• %  %  ( auornei! ill th Uiiunct Ml love. PAA -Seafa WM roa. wdy ihls ajlrlln* hoi b*.n -fine etiolca" o lirHrnaraaiwl Iravalsrs far naarly 9 ajsjprlr of • t..nuy. NEW YORK Noo-atup uivi.. by ^IWUaiU' NOTICE WE ,inrpav-ss*rJig'"EI %  lie l..i via Wa J lanbv irlauEUROPE ffausr aarvka bv glsol dWM-oted "Itrsto^llpp•"-*n 1 *^' feast aJrlinrn to Pads, home lay stopoveri la 1 i.gl-ii V lr* L PAA Cllppsta slss te to lodu sast tM Orlaa*. da CSS Ceswab %  tvpa Ckppsii rlV PAA"slaaoat SBf to S3 cc-mtria* I ns ooatiasa l i -et TALCUM PAN AMERICAN Hit*in /ItMHArs Da CaN Ce, las. Stave 1 •* %  SHJaaSaw I fhaata TIM l**SJ fc^i-wa k*.i SSe) BEG TO REMIND OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE .. GENERAL PUBLIC THAT OUR HARDWARE DEPT. SALES DEPT. ELECTRIC SERVICE DEPT. PIERHEAD AND THE CORNER STORE WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING ON TUESDAY 30th SEPT. AND WEDNESDAY 1st. OCT. N.B.—Oui Lumber Yard and Syrup Store will be open as usuaL WlVVIVf, A CO.. LTO.