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The Barbados advocate
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WHATS ON TODAY

Films




for Children Britist ouncil
9.00 a.m.
First, Intermediate and Second Division
Crick various grounds 1.00 p.m,
Meeting, Sanitary Inspectors Assucia-
tion, Queen’s Park 1.15 p.t
Police Band at Regiment Sports Cb

Dance 9 p.m

CO SO

For the cause that lacks
the wrongs that need
For the future in the distance

And the Good that I can do.

Havbi

ESTABLISHED 1895

resistance









EPTEMBER 27, 1952



R r fre t Codri
Highest Temperature
Wind Velocity:
. 29.874. ,
Sunrise: 5.47 mn, 3
Sunset: 6.08 p.m

PRICE : FIVE CENTS





YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT





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TO-DAY

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Moon: New, September 20
Lighting: 6.00 p.m

fiigh Tide: 10.54 am
Low Tide: 464 a.m.,

10.07
3.07 pam.



W.L SEEK TRADE ASSURANCE FROM U.K.

Letter Sent To *“‘Times”’ By
W.I. Delegates In London

(From Our Own Correspondent)

BEFORE LEAVING

a letter to The Times,
the

ENGLAND
delegates to the Canada-West Indies Trade Talks drafted |
It was published this morning over

Last | Night’s s

Boxing

LONDON, Sept.
the West

26.

Indian |













signatures of Messrs. Burke, Bustamante, Campbell,
Gomes, Kirkwood, Raatgever, Robinson and Alan Walker.| A fair crowd attended
It calls for an assurance that the British Government {Amateur Boxing Finals which
is not planning to abandon the principle of guaranteed |'0ok place at the Modern High
markets at reasonable prices for Colonial producers. And vor “wate abe tea venta’
the signatories state plainly that as a result of their dis-|and boxing fans saw nine fights |
cussions earlier this month they formed the impression Jeach of three rounds duratior
that such was Britain’s intention except in the case of}, 1h wit
sugar. Walter (87 lbs °
a. 90 It Belf (1 |
oe ere Lememaaee The letter calis attention to le « \ Porgy 14 }
statements made by the late Mr Ce ie She ; at
S, A frica Doi Oliver Stanley, former Conserva- ( He i. | ‘
tive spok ian on Colonial Af-[ >" | : 4 06 Ibs.)
fairs Althoug! not = whole= Jet "Poder Pa akin 105 Ih
More ThanAn heartedly in favour of. bulk pur- heey mn He cae sas s tea
y chase agreements—he’ preferred | &°!St?! Cn ae oo oe
e : the Imperial Preference system Clarence Holder 43 ot ;
Other Nation he stated that in a number of Ragline heabeeeee 4 : at
eases bulk purchase had resulted }Harold Loui 133 It Henry
in buying at less than world, Lewis (97 Ibs.) beat Louis Browne
TORONTO; Sept. 26 prices, (99 Ibs), ColbeTt Griffith (135 Ibs)
Mr. A, Roberts, South African “In other words” say the au-| beat Lionel é bod Ibs.)
High Commissioner to Canada,}thors “Mr. Stanley confirmed; Albert Rowe (107 Ib beat (
said Friday his Government was|What we have always claimed— | Gi innum (108 Ibs.).
doing more for its native than ; namely that a system of purchase rhe officials were Referee Mr
any other government in histor: penis for over a decade effective- P. c. S. Maffei, Timekeeper’ Mr.
Roberts said in a speech to the ly placed a ceiling on the prices of{F. Pierpoint, Judges Whi }
Canadian Exporters’ Associa iun | certain colonial products in the]|and Major K. Foster, Master of
more housing and more opportun- | !nterest of the United Kingdom | (Ceremonies Mr. Joseph Tudor,
ities were being provided for
10,000,000 blacks than ever be- |
fore.
He said he hoped to “put my

fellow countrymen one step above |
criminals and even one step abov«

Communists. ‘There has been so
much propaganda against my!
country lately and yet so little is

known about it” he said. Last year
the South African Government
spent close to $25,000,000 on edu-
cation—three times more than
the amount spent six years ago.
He urged Canada to buy more
from South Africa pointing out
that trade has dropped with this
country considerably in the last
10 years. i



—U-P.

Queen Mother
To Open Rhodes |
_~ Exhibition



LONDON, Sept. 26. |
Queen Elizabeth, the Queen |

Mother is expected to arrive in
Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, |
about the beginning of next July |
to open the Central African |
Rhodes Centenary Exhibition at
Bulawayo. This information was
given at a press conference here



to-day by ‘Sir Ellis Robins,

Chairman of the Board at the

Rhodes Centenary Exhibition.
Sir Ellis said the announcement

visit had aves |
* and her part in

}
ceremony ;

of the Queen’s
them ‘“‘great heart
the official opening
would be the climax of the vast
three-month exhibition, The Ex-
hibition would be opened to the
public about three or four weeks
earlier, he said
Contracts with commercial and |
industrial exhibitions made _ it;
necessary to open on June 1 the|
date planned before the announce-
ment of Queen Elizabeth II's
coronation. }
—U.P.



IRAN’S PREMIER GREETS SCHACHT



CORDIAL GREETINGS are
man “financial wizard,’



im Tehran with Iran’s ailing Premier Dr



Africans Raid Farms | «°°

NAIROBI, Sept. 26.













Africans raided European farms
in Nanyuki area leaving 300 cat-
tle dead or dying today while the
Legislative Council here w hav-
ing an emergency debate on the
atrocities of the Mau. Mau—the
secret socieéty—which is pledged
to oust the white man

Police safd Mau-Mau re-
sponsible for the raid which was
near Mount Ken) about _ 100
miles from Nairobi Pa raider
believed t umber 14 disembow
elled cattle with cies or spli
open their heads. One cow
found wit only one leg Oui
farm store was set or f

1 the Legislative Council, tt
' a A Fa :
A Aft



}so as to provide a future price-

jduce on a basis which will secure

| intervention is always subject to

a Ithe driver’ legs, tore his clothe
|Mr. Trygve Lie Will [made him pM Baya Ran Ra

exchanged as Dr

consumer, must be administered | Jnr,



floor for staple exports in the in-
terest of Colonial peoples.”

What Policy ?

The letter asks what policy the
present Government will pursue.
Will there be a return to cut-
jthroat competition or is there a
genuine intention to provide an
assured market for Colonial pro-

| FROM ALL QUARTERS:

Stevenson
Prefers

Clark Gable

social and economic advancement



—in the territories? ‘Are the

colonies to be sacrificed to doc-| New york: Afte ,

trinaire objections to bulk pur-],). w York: After viewing

chase at reasonable prices?” film of himself as a political
campaigner ade .

The authors conclude by stat- 2 : rat mans | for the pur-
ing that at the forthcoming |2°° % being televised through
Commonwealth economic confer-|° , Li a ar i Presidentia
ence financial and trading policies [{(\"C@ate Acial Stevenson sigh
directly affecting the living stand-|&' @od said: “I still like Clark
‘ards of millions of colonial peo-|G®ble better.”

' ples are to be discussed, The colo-| Tel Aviv: The Israel] Govern-:
nies will have no direct represen-|ment, which rations Israelis to
tation at this conference. The ja quarter of a pound of meat a
Colonial Office will look after|month and no rice, released 24

colonial interests. ‘But’, the let-

sheep and 200 Ibs of rice f the
ter concludes, “the Colonial Office , atio re cehaee

eight hour celebration of a mam-
moth peace feast in Nazareth ;
between Christian Arab Scouts
and the family of a Moslem kill-

a general policy laid down by the
Government of the United King-
What this policy is and

whether it is the present Govern- ed in the communal clashes last
ment’s intention to provide assured |April.

markets at reasonable prices for}, Sydney: A 5ft crocodile used
our staple exports we don’t know. jin a window display chewed it
We seek an early and unequivocal |way out of a sack as it was be-
statement.” ing taken by car through _ the



city’s main streets. It snapped at

path. The driver and another





ign : man. bolted. When they came
Res In 1954 jback the crocodile was in the
UNITED NATIONS, front seat. It took them 20
New York, Sept. 26. minutes, armed with pierces of
Secretary-General. Mr, Trygvej‘vood, to recapture it.
Lie has decided to step down
from his $40,000 a year United

Nations post on February 1, 1954
at the end of a three-year exten-
sion of his term and retire to
Norway j

This was disclosed by persons
who know the mind of Norway’s
Foreign Minister. He has been
boss of the 4,000 man U.N. Sec-
retariat since 1946.

B.G. And U.S.A.
Sign Pact On
Airfield

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Sept. 26
A Colonial Secretariat com-
| munique announced to-day that
arrangements have been conclud-~
ed between the B.G. Government
nd the U.S. Vice Consul, where- !
\! portions of Atkinson Field |
1ich were not required for civil
iviation purposes have been made
available to the B.G. Govern-
ment for, agricultural use pending |
he conclusion of a formal agree- |
ment between His eae 6 Gov- |
ernment and the S. Govern-
ient. Comme ae on the agree-
We y Jorgensen, U.S
ice-Consul, told the Press “Thi

—C.P.



ent
























EDINBURGH os
King F 1 of Ira mM on
: inspected 1 w hyd set
cluded burning of hut while power project her
people were inside and attacks on lunching sficial f
government servants. North of Scotland Hvdro-electric
So far we hay had 23 -'Board and ther iting iro-
de including two women and | lectric herne near Gleneagle
three hildren” he said There The 17-vear-old King is accom-
have been 12 attempts at urder | nied by |} incle the Prince
yand four suicide I stress this] p gent of Iraq, En Abdul Ilat
jbecau hows people who are
| again au Mau ha been so King Fe wil ‘ visit
it rorised they have drown-| Sterling C ’ the «
if ri é 24 hut burni dir at Edinburgh Castle at
a nate one church desecrated], banquet to be giver i I -
sion attacked” by the ari
es condemned “exaggerat-|t if State for Scot
I reports” but claimed that} eturn to Lor n or
sed ernment had not been forced) to mclud hi t I 0
j bring the present meast be- | Tne Kir Feisa irrived he
€ f the licity campaign. |
i ned | n-|S of
olence he $ | Ba
—UP.| —UP

Gold yalued at $350,000 le
m nearby ation, Airport v
I i boxes eighir
ound ether. Authoritie
lid not discle who owned the
ld which believed hav
been refined here.
Forty hours after the theft
covered, officer till did not
know how or when it happened
They could not even agree on
( much wa involved The,
s , eentred around the eriti-
cal f iinute eriod Wedne
{ when ’ carg handler !
idmitted he left the ten es |
of refined gold unguarded He}
was questioned until early Fri-|
day morning by p e and a
roup of Trans-Canada Airline}
officials |
Police fe d however, that the}
ole } ilread found it way
, slack F t. The thieves
le en-hour ahe
rt before es informe
ilar p a
OKC ‘ ’
\ \ ( 1 it
+ the thiev
(OP. U.P

he|
$e
|



hem Pi . a
Se



scence Leet

Ciarence mo.aer (14s ibs) ana Ubeiston solder (748 .d8.) walking into a clinch in their fight at the
Modern High School last night In the Amateur Boxing Finals. Chelston Holder won the fight on points.

Referee



Mattei

looks o







French Aceused Of
Hiding Kesponsibility

TOULON, Sept. 26.
JRITIES were accused today

FRENCH

of trying
marine

being made to hide respousitn fly,

to

NAVAI
“hush

up

had driven

1A

Ul

the
La Sibylie which $s
48 men on board.
black out

The Paris

Gold Valued |
At $350,000

Disappears

TORONTO,







U.K. WILL
ULTIMATUM



most of Tran’



Sept





REJECT

claims

€

the

e a fine example of the spirit of “
-operation which characterises a 7
relationship between the ‘y 4 See
U.S.A. and the British Common- ely t aoe :
ealth Wiii reje :
The agreement is advantage- hammed
to both sides since it leaves fc
he leased are available for mili- | Iraniarz i
ry use by U.S.A. if need should | however both
se, but permits the colony to| United State 1
| tain needed crops from them)next move with extreme care
jin the meantime.” to the mounting dang of a Ce
Trinidad and Antigua also con-| 1», nist coup in Iran
cluded similar arrangements. They said the British sin
can mot meet some of the den
* S sae Mossadegh laid down yesterday
King Feisal Visits | os“ an vapor
‘ m . . proposals of August 30, J
. . Hjalmar Schacht (left), Ger- Hydro-Electric States officials replied they
arrives from Berlin for a bedside conference i préss Lotidon for mord co
Mohammed Mossadegh. P. ve ae ;
‘ower Pro a sions on these po because
€ J feene.s have already given in

|
|

is |

ause of the

accident to sub-

in the Mediterranean with

aewspaper Aurore said this

40 suppose an attermpt was

Prance-Tiveuy said La Sibylle
ives dy had a diving accident

ui the present naval exercises
the south of France and som
er cr who feared they were
barki for the last time told
ids ashore the submarine was
naged and unsafe. The mothe:
member of the crew Jaice Le
of Rheims said “m on told
the submarine recently nost

ved suddenly

and the crew had

srmou difficultie getiing i
| k to the surface,’

Report that the sunken sub-

rine La Sibylle may have been
unsetaworthy mounted as France’s

Viediterranean Fleet athered t

ender lk homage to their 48

omrades ying crushed under
mile of water

Jacques Gavini, Seeretary of
State for the navy flew from Pari
© join Fleet Commander Vice
Admiral Marie M. Potsuau for the
melancholy one by one file past

er the watery grave,

Naval Chief of Staff Heri
Charle No iccompanied him
is he boarced the cruiser La Gloire
fc the Battle Order Procession

trict attention U.P,

‘| Emperor’s Aide
| Missing In Spain





‘ pt (
cure 23-year-ol]
f I perc Bao Dai «
u reported mAissi
I ifter 4 mysterio.
spanish bord
official aid th
friend of Pierre Lescur
the Emperor
t vacationing :
Amilie Les Bains disap
Ve esdas in the
Viountains tlong th
nish border. The doc
t named. The docto:
| reported saying that he
] Lescur: net a patrol of
irabinieri while they were hik-
| ind shared lunch with the
Anish police
He said Lescure went off a few
indred feet into the bushes and
moment later called for help
he doctor said he started after
friend but the police pre-
nted him on the ground that
he was On Spanish territory. He
rel ed a few hours later
he doct elated and returned
» Amilie, Lescure has not been
rd from since —U.P

ul Showers s Improve Canes

a su
n

1 ‘ult
had ‘an ng
coastal are



condition,



idvocate yester
He said that fror
nee, no r
ould be fe
of the é
sill still be 1k
ear due
nell
re € c









vir
wn

ill

ed *t





hat ground provisions





te red severely fron

Sur iring the dry season

not developed as they

have for this time of the

the yield would probably

the nor

resent time, quite

elds of sweet potatoe

reape nd the market

) hat impre da

t the Increased

round the towr

market garden
tring beans,

tomatoe et the supply
y limited and the re-
high
12D,



Hurricane In
Atlantic

The Government is in
formed that there is a tropi
eal disturbance in the Atlan-
tic. This disturbance is ex-
pected to pass some 300 to
400 miles due north of Bar-
vados, and it is not anticipated
that the Island will be
affected,



Kast German
Shops Ordered
To Be Seized

BERLIN, Sept. 26.

rhe Communist dominated East
German Government hit out at
retail shops, last stranmghold ol
private enterprise in the Soviet

zone, Communists opened a cam-
paign in the Soviet sector of
Berlin which the eastern state has

proclaimed will become the “show
window of socialism.’’

Bruno Baum, East Berlin
economic chief ordered the confis-
cation of some 100 retail business-
es including restaurants, book-

tores, barber shops and grocery

and buteher shops.

The owners were ordered to
turn the shops over to the state
immediately which will adminis-
ter them under the state’s “trade
organization.” The “trade organ-
ization,” popularly known as the

H.O. already has swallowed some
fifty per cent. of retail business
‘n East Germany.
The new campaign appeared
igned to place all retail trade
ler state ownership
—UP.



Vine Rescued
From Ice Cap

JOHNS, Newfoundland,
Sept

flier rescued
spending li
the

26.
by
days
eap in north
under obser-
at Thule, the
base in north-
The news was
in a two-word
Thule Airbase

British
e after
inded

or lee

now
n in hospital
American air

vest Greenland,
hed to London

o message from
ing All's well”

) details were available
the rescue ‘plane but it is
ved to have been piloted by

'Captain Francis O, Burnett, Jun
of Mel Massachusetts. The
men had been living in the fusel-
age of the Royal Air Force trans-
port plane since it crashed on
s 16 after dropping sup-
lies to explorer: They spent
eral days in which it became
ossible to distinguish the hori-

here
be-

rose

tember

Zr
Chree injured ww
n Ameriean Air
taken off on
Albatross

en including
Force officer
Wednesday by

Amphibian ’'plane
wket take-off equip

—UP.

Trinidad Has $5m.
Trade Deficit



RT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 25
nidad had a_ visible trade
balance of more than
000,000 for the first eight
r ths of this year. The value
ri exports from January to
s $159,170,317 against
3,023 import {

—OP.

Volcanic Reef Off

Japan Explodes

TOKYO, Sept. 26.
THE VOLCANIC REEF which rose out of the sea
last week belching fire and smoke exploded today in a
pool of sulphur slush, seattering five ships searching for
the Japanese Survey Mission. The volcano — named
Myojin—appeared 200 miles south of Tokyo in an under
sea eruption













Rescue boats turned away at | Marty Cota
top speed as the vol€ano beiched,
ellowish smoke 15,000 feet intc .
the air and red hot sulphur slush For Seeing
bread for a mile around j
Five Japanese patrol boats and Saboteurs
three United States planes have}
been searching the reef for the 200 PARIS. Set
ton Japanese survey ship Kaiyo| Ané@re Marty oni ,
Maru carrying nine scientists and! ya
i crew of 22 which has been a “8 on ‘yg oat aie ae :
ng since Wednesday. They chen ea dee Memtkdea fGen
“one to investigate another new Party’s four-man secret: hi
volcanic reef named Bayonnaishe month it. was disclosed tex
ich appeared near Myojin charge was mace hy fe 7
At nightfall the boats returned] V@!5, back-1 ot
searching for signs of oil or wreck-] Patty,
1e which might indicate the fate] Merty’y
of the Kaiyo Maru but they report-| CoM
“i no sign of life Com y .
The six patrol boats taking par Non ‘ae pa \
in the search were aided by U.S I + Fis used ©
Airforee planes Rough seas anc] ® Y 2 atte
new explosions from the voleanc{ Mat 7 \thorer “es
hempered — the earch A frest clos ‘faulty le ders
blast churned up the water alread blan ther leader








whipped into rolling waves, The{'â„¢ Par ;
2) m.p.h. wind turned the sea intc feats,
murky billows for miles ion’s weak

ing class and “exager ‘

The voleano threw up twefsatisfaction’ 7
islands last week, then blew then One of Mauvai y RE 1
up again. The islets were nome Jtions against Tillon sacked at tl
Myojin Reef. The reef is still visi-Jsame time as Marty, Frente
ble at low tide but the 90 foot hig relle disclosed was that }
projections which first appeare §ept secret from the par h
September 17 were destroyed b: Fpossession of certain su of
subsequent volcanic activity anc J money. Neither Marty nor -T
he erosive action of wind and, have yet repented in fe
rain {their error

ur v.P

Textile War Warning



Of
Possible
Bad Weather

Forecast

TOKYO, Sept. 26

japanese textile circles today
forecast all out “textile war” be-| ;

: sad 4 amet merchants who now
sen pritgu Aape 2: nae sli png mba we
fotton conference which taded ront have been Pes ier

eed Harbour Master to remove th
yesterday, las quickly as possible.

One big Textile firm in Osaka; This action Followed an uncon-
was reported to be sceptical about | firmed report from Puert Rico
he results of the » conference) warning the Harbour Office of
which was attended by 60 dele-| possible bad weather
mtoy from’ ten countries. Within the past two days hand

Japancse textile men appeared ee oe oe eee re aoe
to be generally optimistic believ- the einige Of. he gs
ing Britain rather than Japan thousands of feet of lumber ‘and
would suffer any losses in world! jingles. ee
trade The newspaper Asahi |” Porters at

the lumberyards a

“ hich has a circulation of over also kept hard at work receivin

4,000,000

said cotton men were/and packing this lumber

aiid at lewst that the conference | Weather was threatening

had ended without = restrictions |terday stiernoon. after #he nor

being placed on Japan's produc - | ing opened with some bright su

tion or exports. Such restrictions | shine.

had been feared here. | In the city there ere some
—UP. light drizzles

SE









PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1952
SE EE TT ee A etn eens sateen

Caub Calling Family 1-2-X° Goes In

| Back Home




































































Ss" ERROI DOS SANTOS |

returned t 1d by | R. V. C. KNIGHT, Sa‘e n= ort
B.W.LA, last 1 a. paying Representative of Messrs.
short business visit. Sir Errol

Da Costa & Co., Ltd., returned
from US.A via Trinidad by WHAT
B.W.1.A. on Wednesday last after

the Salaries Commissioner ap-
pointed by the Government to

is likely to be one of §TOCKING-UP 40,000-ACRE ay person, confident in his bear-



+ vig atin Z the best shoots in Scotland is being ing.” -
" an . he Civil Servants paying a visit. aeveloped in Galloway. ; SHOOT... Soon Lazzolo will paint the x a. For Saturday, September 27, 1952 *
“He is expected) to return to | Visited G.P.O. Some 40,000 acres are being By Duchess of Kent’s daughter, ’

stocked with pheasant and duck. ‘ Princess Alexandra. Her face
Jarbados next week. R. LOUIS PENNYFEATHER, With the chootine ninhts ‘ EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE = chows “quiet determination,” he Look in the section in which your birthday comes and
With the shooting rights go a loch, q , x ; B ,
itt tecsdirs Assistant Superintendent of a river and Glen Trool Lodges —— says. find what your outlook is, according to the stars,
; tsleading . PEERESS PRO

. < the Kensington Post Office, bought from the Earl of Gallo- . 's hotel

ISS: Pearl Monica Johnson Brooklyn, returned to New York way three years ago. ; ONE by. one _Longon's | t - COFFEE FOR ONE
4 who was reported to have via Puerto Rico on Thursday The first birds are expected to oe ee we 0 geet “sy FOUR black swans, just arrived
ore es Clerk at the a, a after spending two weeks’ holi- be shot this winter. hext years Coronation gold rus. in Britain from Australia, are the
has not- gone on aroun ip

ARIES —Somewhat of a challenge day to you who *
K March 21—April 20 should like competition, and are willing to
work hard for just rewards, You can gain
To help attract the right cus- ‘new laurels now by hard work
day. ; latest of an unending flow of gifts 3 ;
On leaving St. Wirifred’s Girls’ While here he interested him- | And who is creating this sports- tomers one top club will have a 4, yr. Churchill, 8 8!
School she directly went up to self in the good work done at the ™#’s paradise? The football pool ob ing all ttre Lehane ae Ee ,
England where she svent a year /General Post Office. He visited Millionaires John, Cecil and fficer—tall, attractive Viscountess pyblication of his latest volume
During this time she sat the first the GPO. and was shown 4tthur Moores. Tarbat. But the biggest news I of his war memoirs will no doubt
part of her M.B. examination The Official Royal Cypher for ideal he foi 'Cokenlal oak. This week-end Cecil Moores is ave heard in night-club land for give a further ‘fillip.

* ag TAURUS 20 —Sort of day that can be gainful in busi-

ness, and most pleasant in personal affairs.
x But you must do your utmost to bring this





: : “art interests favoured.

aud came over by the ss. the Coronation of H. M. Queen aster, Mr. Robart Clack entertaining a group of French « long time is that Mayfair band ince the war admirers from Spout, -sisart: snterests: favoured

Colombie on 13th August to} Blizabeth II, in June. TARSSST, FEF. ert. CIaree, sportsmen who flew in to Prest- Jeader Paul Adam will open a all over the world have sent him * * +
: i weehee hola th oo in ’ pn — He thinks Barbados to be a wick the other day. new club later this year. kangaroos, a black buddha, 300 «x GEMINI —Generally generous rays for the ener-
spend six weeks’ holiday wit! very picturesque island and a

et od ayn : i 2 = ’ And this week-end one of the bottles of beer, a_ shillela

her parents, Capt. ane pl G. ifter Five Years expressed the desire of coming wish or is q biggest hotels opened a new stuffed bull's head — aa” of

Hi am” 7 a © i ETURNING to Barbados on S00) again. This was his first jointing of the Anglo-—u.S, Panqueting room. It has cost course, cigars.
astings. Pail = »« visit to the West Indies. ” iwi a ye £10,000, includi 4, *
Pearl left the island this week Wednesday morning by the Sais “ee oa hare he was a Jhanksgiving Service held there ng £4,000 for a

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; ss ¢ “s . nts ; . huge carpet, has 14 chandeliers, Churchillian figures, carved in . ON ; ;
ty the $8. Colomble for Jamaica Sie Comes om eneand. w* quent gt oMin Lyte, "indy ig Acureen Tndependence DAY nd wait touhed wit Siren MiSoeSt aaa ee tose el | gamome «ARDY lenis use dpportuntientnd you |
where ske will enter the Univer- ™ ¥ 3. Su son, Cyt Dale”, St. Philip. titania tw ii gold leaf paint, $4 a: Repaeliie range from paintings, x June 22—July 23 Should he “i a aPPY, P uil 8 lay. ‘
ity Colfege of the West Indies Geneticist of the B.W.I, Suga uld by now have been Di Many lines of industry, professions have ie
ay ce Cane Breeding Station "le, > Tri presented to the U.S, Senate in SURPRISE CHOICE books, and hats to wine and food new advantages. “a
. her*’Medical studies H ; leasure Trip
to continue her'’Medica sg ae 7 Washington by artist Frank I CAN now disclose the best- like oysters, ham, and salmon, * * ;
a R ; Mr. Stevenson who went up R. CLARENCE GILL of Salisbury. kept show secret of the year. Recently, Mr, Churchill received «x ¢
Solicitor | Returns _.. for six months’ leave, was ac- Cheapside and Mr. C. I. Why is it still in St. Paul’s? Be- ‘he behind-the-scenes search for a large quantity of coffee, 2 a yan + =A tuit, ‘Benerous period whersin hustle "
ME JACK PROCOPE, Solic- companied by his small daughter Archer of Bay Street were among cause it shows General Eisenhower a Star to replace Mary Martin in sent it to a Soho Senin bl a iy 24—Aug. pens gl ees aouneniohi ya
itor of Trinidad returned Judith. His wife and son David the passengers who are making with the Queen, the Queen aober ve vipa ern mixing it to his favourite blend. x e) * P y.
home by B.W.LA. on Wednesday who went over with him have 4 round trip on the Colombie end Princess Margaret. And M@& © e. xe 7 ’ 7 f }
after paying a_ short visit here. remained in England. Mrs. Which left here’ on Wednesday Selisbury was advised that it London’s most famous theatre— BUNKUM, HE SAYS VIRGO —You can—without strain—make this a
He was the guest of Mr. and Stevenson will be returning to for Jamaica. might be regarded as election bas just been completed. “REWRITING the ’twenties” is’ x A 23- Sept. 23 Productive day in trade, banking, invest-
Mrs, J. O. Tudor, Pine Road. Mr. Barb: a a oe ; ° propaganda, i ug. pt. ments, building, real estate, mining, man-
Mrs, J. O. y toad. jarbados after Christmas while - : ‘ ‘ i Professor John Jones, He _ is -turi : m
Procope is a_ frequent visitor to their son David, a former student Washington Slept Here c hee herein aio hae ‘working on a biography,of the * ee et ae
the colony. at the Lodge, will be going to \Y/PRS. PATRICIA CECIL ED- ,,y hen Mr. Walter Gifford, the vie ey recialict 1 isticated late Lord Stamp.
The King’s Sct . ice WARD U.S. Ambassador in London, went Wilsog, specialist in sophisticate A power in the City—he was —Have added care in analysis of immedi- +
Paramount Celebrated vu ing’s School, Canterbury. ARDS of Virginia who to America last January, at the parts, will sueceed Mary Martin I Q a a a

recently paid a visit to Barbados

; md a Bank of
Fourth Anniversary Mr. Stevenson said that they jn search of same time as Mr, Churchill, he when she leaves her role as the head of L.M.S. and

LIBRA
x Sept, 24—Oct. 23 ate problems, in how you approach each
material for her {ook with him a photagraph of ‘weet, unworldly Nellie Forbush England director — Lord wee

item, Some tricky inclinations, so be on



had ¢ anc . ; Ss t = a rs.
HE members of Paramount a t — ain iS ee = book, published an article on the painting. early in November. Contract terms Pina adeelane’ uivines te ae guard, attentive to important matters. +
S6éial and Cultural Club tp, Mother Gone aft 8 al George Washington House, Bay “On his return Mr. Gifford told have been agreed and the Minis- years. After the first world war * SCORPIO * * *
celebrated their fourth anniver- ... t fi poe 8OY See. me it was generally felt that it try of Labour will shortly issue Jo" 4. closely connected , with 0 Te. og —Advantageous generally for finances,
sary last night at “Hindsbury eer eee Barbadians ill be glad to Would. be much better if the a work permit for Julie Wilson. - tteie y ct. 24—Nov. money investnfents, but the Saturn and
House”, Hindsbury Road. : Yo Enter School hear that this Dublieation which scr tn dia -. ces wer MY ANCESTOR oie was one of the major * nik ake aan irritability, Be
Parents and friends joined in > . = mn ; * until later.” says Salisbury. bine o eat men,’ ness, ability a : ability.
aie omoatene an . here al lhe. eee le r Me Wiohmond, “Virginie ato SS GO Row, He neper a teKe the vie rg i rea Oo tine Seek et will be serene, helpful, and benefit thereby. *
dancinge An enjoyable evening 5 r a: ac Mackey 2 painting to America next month. ,C@st) _ CaThy ce y reinterpreting the ‘twenties. There * &
2 zuela are spending three weeks’ great interest about Barbados put even then it will not bejdiarist, had an uncle with a E Matra? was spent. holiday here as guests at Bowden and there were several enquir- SAGITTARIUS —Encouraging period for your especia

presented until after the presi-| “face-reading faculty.” I thave Was a lot of bunkum writver




A ” rests. piter augurs av 9 -
Quiet Weddin Guest House, Hastings. On Wed- ies from friends as to the poten- ¢ential election, not inherited that talent, but I bout them. - Nov. 23—Dec. 22 ate ee end. Ananetal naira; tir aewr goo
iS nesday they arrived from Eng- tialities for a winter vacation have just met painter and sculp- killed in a 1941 friendships, for advancement in profession,
QUIET wedding took place jand where they had been on here. ANOTHER STEP tor Vasco _Lazzolo wl “reads the ‘Lord Stamp won ae he cidest ade.
at St, Lawrence Church on three months’ leave, by the S.S. The Editor has even expressed WOMEN are steadily invading | faces” of many of his subjects. = #ir "The House of Lords decided ‘ + * *
Thursday afternoon when Mr. Colombie. his desire to visit our island later the once exclusively male domein} Lazzoio has just finished his fifth that his son succeeded “momen- * CAPRICORN , ; iaaeans >
Norman. Nurse a corporal in the They were accompanied by this year for a holiday. of the symphony orchestra, sir bust—he has scrapped the other rit the title which passed Dec. 23—Jan. 21 —Very friendly indications for your per-
Barbados Police Force and son their two children Gillian and ‘ z Malcolm Sargent tells me. four of the Duke of Edinburgh. oa to sens ' , sonal and general interests, but it may not
of Mre-Charles. Nurse of Good- Carole who will enter Codring- Spent Holiday At the Promenade ConcertsHis mouth shows a good sense of to his second son. _LES. x be all you would wish for now. Try to
land, Christ Church, took as his ton High School. o AJOR and Mrs. M, Grell there are 17 women in the B.B.C. |‘humour 8 ee Duke complete unfinished business.
bride “Miss Aeta Luranda King Mr. McGregor is employed in were among the passengers Bymphony, Ordhestra which |e hay carvicaturist’s bad dream— * * *



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of St. Christopher, Christ Church the Communications Department returning to Trinidad by & nducts. No other major orch

n ra i itai as s a | en.
and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of the Shell Company of Vene- B.W.LA. Wednesday after spend- Oe tie MAE DRE RD
B. King’ also of Christ Church. zuela, ing a holiday here. which have ‘men only’ rules is

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,



Only One Agenda °° "“"—

1952

Was Put Forward ®®t>adian

(From Our Own

Correspondent)
ST. GEORGE'S, Sept.

99

oe.

HON. T. A. MARRYSHOW, C.B.E., Deputy President
of the Legislative Council, has told in an interview with
The West Indian of his association with the recent con-
ference of Windward Islands elected legislators summoned

by Hon. E. M. Gairy and

about which there has been

considerable discussion as a result of allegations made in

St. Lucia by Hon. Dr. Carl

of the conference was consideration of

ileges” for electives.

When the LaCorbiniere revela-
tions “were reproduced in the
Press here, Mr, Gairy wrote a
strong denial, saying Dr, LaCor<
biniere presented an agenda
which contained nothing but the
head “Legislators’ Privileges —
Freedom of Movement.”

In an interview with the Editor
of “The West Indian” over this
battle of the agendas,” Mr, Mar-
ryshow said: “One Agenda and
only one was there at the con-
ference. It is unfair, to put it
most mildly, that what emanated
from Dr. LaCorbiniere of. St.
Lucia should have been made to
appear to be the agenda. It was
not. Were it so, I never, never,
would have consented to oj the
conference, I do concede the pos-
sibility that in the secret sessions
when the item ‘Legislators’ Priv-
ileges’ in the agenda was reached
certain extravagant claims may
have been presented for consider-
ation. I attended none of the
secret sessions. I opened the con-
ference, thought I made a good
job of it, and in politeness re-
mained till the public business of
the day ended,

Two Conditions

“There were two conditions on
which I gave consent to declare
the conference open: (1) that I
see the agenda and (2) that there
be nothing about the conference
which would savour of disloyalty
to the Queen. So insistent was
I On these, that when the
M.M.W.U. office said my formal
reply to the invitation to open the
conference had not been received,
I pointed out that I had not had
the agenda and that it was im-
portant that I approve of it.
Fventually it turned up, Further,
leaving nothing to chance, I my-
self drafted the Resolution of
Loyalty passed as one of its first
acts.

“His Excellency had been asked
to open the conference but, for

very good reasons of State, I
think it was fortunate that he
had an itinerary to keep which
took him to Dominica, This was

an unofficial political conference
and largely party-labelled, There
were possibilities of embarassing
circumstances, Nevertheless, as
Deputy President of the Legisla-
ture here, I thought it only proper
that I should fill the breach, I
could not fail to extend a formal
weleome to visiting legislators to
Grenada, I am just an Unofficial
Member of the Grenada Executive
and Legislative Councils, plainly
that. I belong to no party here,
in St. Vincent, St. Lucia or Dom-
inica.

Each Had Agenda

“T remained for the rest of the
afternoon's formalities, including
passage of the Resolution of Loy-
alty. Every member present had
before him an agenda exactly as
the one sent me and as published
in the “West Indian” some time
ago by Mr, Gairy.”

Mr. Marryshow, at the point,
expressed deep indignation, at
what he called “the hurtful whis-
pering campaign” which had gone
on since the occasion, Only one
of his constituents, a man he had
criticised at times — Mr. Norris
Hughes—had the good grace to
ask him face to face what was
the position. His son, Allister,
too, had come along with his
wife for an explanation and
when told the facts were evi-
dently satisfied

“Everybody else,” Mr, Marry-

show said, “with no respect for
history, for experience, for a
life of service, seemed quite
pleased to create figments of

imagination from which to draw
unworthy conclusions. What one
needs in Grenada most of all is a
deep sense of sympathetic fel-
low-feeling, a broader feeling of
brotherhood and a quickening
understanding of the formidable
realities of change.”

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Grenadians

Must Work
Together

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. GEORGE'S, Sept. 22

Broadcasting to the people of
Grenada yesterday afternoon, His
Exeellency Sir ‘Robert Arundel!
made what he called “an appeal
to both sides of industry to pull
together for their own good and
for the good of Grenada.”

Backgrounding the occasion has
been a recent series of scattered
strikes in the agricultural industry
as well as indications of a demand
for higher wages which, while
hinted atin a labour leader’s com-
munication to the Press, has not
been properly placed before any
representative employing body

in simple terms, Sir Robert ex-
plained that there were two sides
in industry, employers investing
money in the land and expecting
interest on it in the form of pro-
fit and workers investing their la-
bour in expectancy of a decent
living in the form of wages. Both
suffered equally if the indus-
try failed, for while improvement
of wages and conditions of em-
ployment was naturally a first
concern of the workers’ side it was
also a concern of the employer
that there should be a contented
and stable labour force on the
land. While it was in the nature
of things that employers and work-
ers should have different views
on the shares which each should
get out of their industry, in the!
last resort they both had a com-
mon interest in the prosperity of
the industry in which they wered
engaged. {

“T make a special point of this,” |
His Excellency said, “because ,
Grenada’s moment of madness last

year resulted in great loss to the

country as a whole. The cost to
Government alone would have
built schools for nearly 1,000 chil-
dren. Agriculture, which most of.
you live by, took the hardest knock
of all, because the two sides off
industry lost confidence in each]
ther. That loss of confidence
plagues us to this day and is ag-
gravated every time irresponsible
oe is taken by one side or the
other,” ‘

Irresponsible Action






Examples of “irresponsible ac-
tion” Sir Robert said were the
adoption by employers of an off-
hand or antagonistic attitude to-
wards trade unions or the calling
of a strike by workers or by their

union before all other means of
settling the dispute have been
tried.

tural strike was far more serious*

He pointed out that an agricul

Gives Music
Recital

‘(From Our Own Correspondent?

A fair crowd listened on Mon-
day night to a creditably executed
recital of Organ music given by
Lionel D. Burke of Barbados at
the St. Geoige’s Church. The pro-
gramme was varied—including
selections from Mendelssohn’s 2nd
and 5th sonatas, and music by
Back, Chopin and Rachmaninoff.
Also played were two impromptu

pieces—“Quietude” and “The In-
dividual’s Part’’ — composed by
Burke himself. Mr. Burke is a

student of theology at Codrington
College.

Among those listening were F.
Burke, the performer's brother,
and R. D. Piggott and E. B.
Browne, both Barbadians and
Masters at the Grammar School.
Piggott jofmed the Grammar
School last August.

FOR 2-YEAR COURSE



Daphne Watty and Patrick
James, elementary school teach-
ers, left the colony by the Lady
Rodney on Wednesday for a two
year course at the Government
Training College in Trinidad.



Since 1935 local teachers have
been sent to Trinidad for train-
ing but the practice ceased in

1946 with the expectation of giv
ing greater support to the Cen-
teno Training Scheme, which
unfortunately did not materialize.
These are the first teachers sent
for training since 1946.

TO STUDY MEDICINE



Rosmund Shillingford and Helen
Armour are leaving on Monday
by the s.s, Colombie for Jamaica,
where they intend studying medi-
cine at the University College of
the West Indies.

Both girls had brilliant careers
as students of the Convent High
School, where*they obtained their
School Certificates. From 1950
they were allowed to atiend the
Grammar School to do Pure Sci-
ence to School Certificate stand-
ard-as~seience is not taught at
the Convent,

Rosmund is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T, D, Shillingford. Mr.
Shillingford is a leading merchant
and manager. of the Dominica
branch of the Bata Shoe Co.

Helen is the daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. R. F. Armour, Dr, Armour
is also an estate owner and
lanter, One of his sons, C. “Carly”
Armour, left last month for a
University in the United King-
dom where he aims to work to-
wards a degree in Engineering.
Another of the Doctor's sons hopes

‘to go to England né@xt year to

read law.
‘OR CODRINGTON COLLEGE

Also leaving by the “Colombie”
n Monday is Clifford J. Norris,



jwho goes to Codrington College

to pursue studies in theology.
Norris, a keen footballer, has
represented the island in football
ion several occasions

Other students going abroad for
study are Joan Rolle, who goes

than, for example, a strike in aftr France to attend Art School

factory making matches.
a match factory in such an event
might be closed down and pro-
duction suspended for a period, in
agriculture crops spoiled on the
trees, weeds swamped young crops,
stock sufferel from inattention.
Sir Robert then dealt with
methods of collective bargaining
and negotiation as a means of set-
tling differences without destroy-
ing the fundamental partnership
between those involved in a trade
dispute. Few disputes were not
susceptible to settlement by nego-
tiation provided the parties or

their representatives would sit
down and talk the thing out
quietly.

For dealing with current dis-
putes and differences there was an
obvious need for some standing
body on which both sides of in-
dustry could be represented, The
Reference Board created last year
was intended to meet this need.
If this Board were no longer re-
cognised, it was a matter of ur-
gency to create some new body
to undertake these duties.

While'sin Paris and W,

: “Billy” Green
Who goes to the University of
Louvaine, Belgi to continue
his studies in medicine. Green
did his pre-med. studies at a
University in Canada, but the
high rate of exchange forced him
to seék admission to a University
in a non-dollar country

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September has so far been
very rainy, 15.02 inches of rain
having fallen in the first nine-

teen days. Only two days, the
13th and 14th, were completely
dry, and on the filth and 19th
there were violent thunderstorms
with heavy rain. Over 6 inches
of rain fell on the 10th and 11th,
and 2.70 inches were recorded on
the 19th at Roseau.

September is within the hurri-
cane seasan, and is usually a
month of storms. On September
Ist last year the southern part of
Dominica was hit by the tail of
a hurricane which did consider-



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Marryshow Tells Of Agenda Battle

Trinidad Bakers
To Call Protest

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, September 20
TRINIDAD’S bakers who have been quiet for some
months, gave indications this week that they are prepar-
ing for “war” with the Department of the Controller of
Imports and Exports again on the question of flour.

There was no indication that
there was a row between the bak-
ers and the department. Sudden-
ly the Trinidad and Tobago Mas-
ter Bakers’ Association, which
boasts of a membership of 300,
dropped a hint that they might
soon call a general protest strike
igainst the method of purchasing
bakers’ flour by the department,

Arrangements have been made
for an emergency meeting of the
Association next Thursday for the
purpose of taking decisions con-
nected with the “complete dis-
regard by the department and
Government” of its recommenda-
tions on flour supplies. At this
meeting, too, a member will be
selected to visit Tobago to arouse
interest’ among master bakers
there.

According to an official of the
association, the Controller was
suying “any and every brand of
flour which is lowest in price” and
disregarding the advice of the as-
sociation and of the committee ap-
pointed by the Hon. Albert Gomes,
Minister of Labour, Industry and
Commerce,

The only Government comment
was: The “battle of the brands”
all over again. The people be-
hind the strike idea are obviously
those who want to monopolise the
flour market by making the bak-
ers demand one brand of flour

5 SHARE FIRST PRIZE

A syndicate of five, including a
Port-of-Spain druggist, are hold-
ers of the ticket ZZ2507 which
drew Hope Dawns, winner of the
two-shilling sweepstake run in
connection with the recently con-
eluded Santa Rosa four-day race
meeting.

The syndicate was organised by
a regular ticket seller named
Marcano. Mr. Victor Potin, the
druggist, does not know who are
the other four shareholders in the
$37, 920 sweep prize.

Mr. Potin, who is married but
has no children, has been buying
sweepstake tickets for “quite a
long time.” He is happy to share
in the prize money but would not
say how he proposes to use it.

18-HOUR CARNIVAL

A feature of the Colony’s cele-
brations connected with the coro-
nation of Queen Elizabeth IT next
June will be an 18-hour carnival,
Items of the long celebrations pro-
gramme include a week’s holiday
for schools, a public holiday with
full pay and fireworks.

Government has appointed a
large Coronation Committee
(about 50) which has been divicd-
ed into five sub-committees to
make arrangements for fireworks,
church services, parades, school
activities and a Red House (chief
Government building) reception
on Coronation Day.

It is expected that the Gov-
ernor, Sir Hubert Rance, will pre-
side at the Red House function

On Coronation Day, too, the
$95,000 Princess Elizabeth Home
for Handicapped Children, funds
for construction of which were
subscribed by the public, will be
opened, there is to be a Govern-
ment house dinner and church
services will synchronise with the
Coronation Ceremony at West-
minster Abbey.

LC.T.A, CHIEF RESIGNS

Mr. Harold J. Page, Principal of
the Imperial College of Tropical
Agriculture, whose resignation
was announced last week, will be
returning to Trinidad on Septem-
ber 25 in the s.s. Colombie. He
will be accompanied by Mrs,
Page with whom he has been on
leave in England

Mr. Page will be remaining in
Trinidad less than a month for he
has to leave again on October 20
for Rome to take up an appoint-
ment with the Food and
ture Organisation of the
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hat cannot be done, then it stands
condemned by God and man. Any
thinking man picking up our daily
newspaper may well be excused
if he asks himself whether people

in Trinidad apply any serious!

thought at all to their work and |

The post of Senior Soil Chemist recreation.” |
of the Cacao Research Scheme of His Lordship urged: “Let us}

the College is also vacant, Dy
T. Wasowicz, who held it since
1950, tendered his resignation last
month and sailed for England by
the de Grasse last Monday

Before coming to Trinidad he
Was employed at the West African
Cacao Research Institute, Tafo,
Gold Coast, rat

STATE LOTTERY

welcome taxation on some of the |
luxuries of life, if by so doing our
poorer neighbour may be helped |
to live.’ |



Peron Spurns
Foreign Aid ©

BUENOS AIRES, Sept. 26
President Juan Peron has



Trinidad’s churches, or most
them, seem to be strongly oppose«

to the idea of operation of a State spurned offers of foreign techni- |
lottery. They seem to stand united cal or economic aid for Argentina. ,
against any move to introdu “We are asking the Argentine
legislation legalising establishment people to produce because it
of 4 lottery for the purpose of rai only through production that
ing funds to subsidise basic foor! ational economy will be achieved
stuffs, he said in an address Thursday |
nig t Cr » Mavo Army
First to show their feelings on ae at Campo de Mayo At
the matter were the Federal Coun- "5° Gmeweea ak
eil of Evangelical Churches who, How many are offe _ Ww
at a meeting last June, decided to technical and economic ait
let the Government know that Know the price f that kind o
they were “unequivocally oppos- help when it comes from outsid |
ed to the raising of money in th's ur borders. Peron said his ex

way since any form of gambling Mortations to people, to economist



was detrimental to the character.” with food had had excellen
results

Writing in the September issue “We are eating nearly one half }
of the “Diocesan Magazine, organ the meat we ate before and three
of the Anglican Church in the times as much fish as when I ot
Colony, the Right Rev. D. J. Wil- dered that more fish be eaten.”
son, Bishop of Trinidad, suggests: —UP
“There are other — by
which we should be glad to dis
charge our social obligations.” DEFENCE MEETING ENDS |

His Lordship writes: “Our socia! HONOLULU, Sept. 26. |

life is a round of pleasure and A three-day secret meeting by

sport, raffles, bingo jackpots, the military section of the Pavifie |

sweepstakes, a pee Defence Alliance will end today |

bed a aa ae vile Gor and it was believed plans had |

no other reason than that con- been formulated for co-operative |

tained in the inimitable Trinidad Military support of the Mutual
Defence Pact.U.P.

expression: ‘For so!’



After stating: “I am no Puritan,”
the Bishop wrote frankly. I" be-
lieve,” he writes, “that amuse-
ment and social activities have a
God-given part to play in human
life. I will not condemn a thing
because I believe that the Churci
must show its rightful use, If

World Cotton |
Talks End

BUXTON, England, Sept, 25

The International Cotton Con-
ference in its closing session re-
vealed on Thursday that the eleven
sarticipating countries estimate
their oint exports for 1953 will
total almost 6,000,000,000 square
yards,

Western European countries led
with an estimate of 1,700,000,000
square yards followed by Britain
with 1,350,000,000 and Japan with
1.100,000,000.

India’s estimate was 1,000,000.-
000 and the U.S, was last on the
vith 725,000,000 square yards.
woleiro Abe, leader of the Jay
onese delegation in his speech to
close the session, suggested that
the estimated exports were no!
the last word. “It is extremely
cifficult to make any dependable
estimate. If we examine the esti-
mates objectively they no doubt!
leave a great deal for furthe:

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Printed by the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad St., Bridgetown.
September 27, 1952

Saturday,







Christian Welfare

THE Y.W.CA. of Great Britain is run-
ning an ll wi course at their College,
Selly Oak, Birmingham beginning on Jan-
uary 13, 1953. ot oe

The course is on tropical rural welfare
and is intended especially for the wives of
British officials and professional men going
to the tropics and for all wives from the
tropics accompanying their husbands to
England.

Primarily intended for tropical needs in
undeveloped rural areas the course includes
instruction in visual aids, drama and
literature, cookery and nutrition, child
care, food cultivation and co-operative
principles.

In addition optional facilities will be
provided for a three weeks tour of small
holder farms, womens’ institutes and young
farmers’ clubs in Scotland or Northern
Ireland.

The course has been arranged in con-
sultation with the Colonial Office, the
Colonial department of the University of
London Institute of Education, missionary
societies and the National Federation of
Women’s Institutes.

In recent years the Y.W.C.A. has bee!
revived in Barbados and not long age
delegates attended a meeting of the Worlc
Y.W.C.A. in Trinidad. No doubt the Sells
Oak course was mentioned at this confer
ence and one would expect that wives ©
some officials are already making prepara-
tions to attend this course during comin;
visits to the United Kingdom.

Undoubtedly too other non-official wive
and members of the Y.W.C.A. throughout
the Caribbean will be interested in attend-
ing a course which has been especially de
signed to meet the requirements of the are
in which they live.

Courses it need not be added cost mone:
but the sum of £44 all inclusive for eleve:
weeks residence in college seems wel!
within the capacity of even the Barbado
Y.W.C.A. to afford for at least one of its
members.

If early applications were made now be

fore other colonial territories rush to tak«
up the available residential accommodation,
Barbados might be represented at this im
portant course at a time when the need foi
leadership in the local Y.W.C.A. is openly
admitted by its executive committee.
» Oneis entitled to expect that there woul
be no difficulty in obtaining the finance:
required for transportation and travel t
and from Birmingham from public sub
scription. There is every reason to hopi
too that airline or steamship companie:
would offer special reduced fares to a lad)
engaged in “a work of such social import
ance to Barbados.

If anyone is sceptical as to the necessit)
for sound training in tropical rural welfar«
a morning spent within range of the con-
versation of women field labourers is to b«
recommended. It is not just a question 0!
bankruptcy of ideas and thoughts: th
subjects chosen for discussion among
middle-aged women labourers are so de-
void of any ethical or moral content as tc
brood ill for the development of this islanc

It is impossible to stress too often and tox
strongly the urgent need for social work t:
be carried on in the rural districts of Bar
bados if that full life which is ardently
praised by social reformers and championed
by all men of goodwill is ever to be
achieved.

The expansion of community centres,
housecraft centres and other superstruc-
tures, excellent as they are in themselve:
are only valuable if sure foundations are
being laid at the lower level of field labour-
ers, domestic servants, hawkers and the
other professions which absorb the majority
of Barbadian womenfolk, © Barbados has
no lack of social experts, adult educationists
and others who are so absorbed by the
multiplicity and complexity of the pattern
of Barbadian social problems that they are
bemused into believing that only the
periphery can be touched. In consequence
social welfare work is in danger of becom
ing a subject for squabbles among the sup
porters of this or that social theory.

What is wanted is a short, sharp turn-
about and a recognition by all those whose
interests are vitally connected with the type
of womenfolk this island breeds that how-
ever much has been scratched on the sur-
face of welfare work for women, there is
a frightening leeway to be made up among
the classes whose levels of education pre-
vent them from benefiting from the more
streamlined efforts which are being made to
produce a welfare “cream”. Only the
strong inspiration which comes from deep
religious belief and the understanding
which derives therefrom can be expected
to perform the miracle of transforming
Barbadian womanhood. The Y.W.C.A. is
one of the agencies which ought to be in the
vanguard of this movement and the course
at Selly Oak ought to be attended by at

least one of their members





BARBADOS



Our Common Heritage =23

| His Varied Interests

In his day there were few more
lattractive figures in the public
‘Yife of the island than Charles
Pitcher Clarke, His musical voice,
with its impressive power and re-
|sonance, his Liberal sympathies,
‘this high-minded patriotism, his
dignified and imposing appear-
ance, combined to give him a
strong hold on the public imagi-
‘nation. “He had a tall and aris-
tocratic figure “wrote a com-
mentator at the time of his death
in 1926, “a head well-shaped and
most magnificiently poised, and
his face commanded the instant
lattention of the most casual by
its splendid and arresting intel-
ligence.” To all sections of the
lcommunity he had come to be
'known affectionately as “C.P.”’ yet
\few would have had the tem-
|erity to address him as such to his
face, so great was the respect
ihe commanded even from those
| who ventured to oppose him,

“c. P. Clarke, the son of Samuel
James Clarke, was born at Staple
Grove plantation Christ Church,
fon June 26, 1857. He was taught
the rudiments of Latin, Greek
jand Mathematics at the Middle
|School, to which he travelled
levery day on the back of a don-
|key, His education was then con-
| tinued at Codrington College and
later he went up to St. John’s
| College, Cambridge. First he took

yhis B.A. and then proceeded to
the LL.B. in 1879,
| He was called to the Bar in

1882 and then remained in Eng-
land for six years. During that

{time he endured the lot of a
| oriefless barrister but the ex-
rerience of those years was to

»rove of inestimable benefit to
jhis future career in Barbados.
He attended the law Courts

:egularly, making a careful study
of the eminent judges and barris-
ters engaged in every important
case he attended. But there were
other interests to which he gave
jhis time, Early in life, he showed
a great love of literature and he
was able to develop this interest
while he was in England. He
devoted himself to the drama
and was privileged to see Henry
Irving and Ellen Terry bring
many of Shakespeare’s charac-
ters to life on the stage. Sunday
jafter Sunday would see him at
some place of worship listening
to sermons from London's best
preachers. And his interest in
the theory and practice of educa-
tion led him to the College of
Preceptors where he frequently
attended classes in educational
, methods.

But Clarke’s absorbing passion
was for politics. He was fas-
cinated by the political philosophy
lof Gla e and schooled him-
self in t principles of Liber-
aiism as defined. by the great
Uiberal leatier — peace,retrench-
nent and reform, He even be-
‘ame attaéhed to’ the secretariat
if Gladstoye’s party, serving as
1onorary sé@cretary of the Ham-
nersmith Biberal Association, In
his work He was supremely happy
ind began to hope that one day
re «would sit in the House of
‘ommons as a devoted follower
f£ his venerable’ chief. But
inaneial pressure forced him to
eave England and in 1888 he
eturned to his native island,

In Barbados Clarke quickly
nade his mark at the Bar, He
showed a clear grasp of the prin-
iples of law and a sure mastery
the most minute details. This
idded to “a sonorous and com-
nanding eloquence and the ut-
nost felicity of language” soon
nade him one of the outstanding
members. of the Bar. The high
standatds . he set himself as a
varrister at once attracted the
ittention of Sir Conrad Reeves
ind thus began a friendship that

s : Charles Pitcher Clarke

explaining the innumerable de-
tails of the colony’s revenue and
expenditure. His speeches
these occasions were models of
close reasoning and were once
described by an enthusiastic ad-
mirer as not unworthy of his
great master, Gladstone.

Perhaps the greatest monument
his memory is the measure
which he piloted through the
House to introduce Income Tax
into Barbados. Clarke had always
felt that it was wrong that the
island should rely on indirect
taxation to get its revenue. For
under this system the masses of
the people were required to meet
the island’s expenses by paying
taxes on the necessities of life.
From the time he entered public
life, Clarke had therefore advo-
cated that Income Tax should be
introduced as ‘he fairest form
of taxation, sitice it fell on those
who were best able to bear the
burden. There was flerce opposi-
tion to the measure but thanks,
to the moral support of the Gov-
ernor, Sir Leslie Probyn, and
the growing weight of public
opinion, Clarke eventually won a
notable victory. His persuasive
oratory had never been employed
to better effect and in a nobler
cause.
It maybe claimed, without ex-
aggeration, that the introduction

on a flagrant piece of class legisla- |



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undertaken through private |
charity. He denounced the Bill as

tion and firmly contended that
any project, which received public |
support, should _be open to all
women, irrespective of class,
colour or creed. Clarke’s strong
stand shamed the government, of
which he was not then a member,
into accepting an amendment that
made the Bill a thoroughly dqmo-
cratic measure. For the govern-
ment recognised that his argu-
ment was unanswerable and that
the public was in complete
agreement with the principle he
had championed,

The Historian I

It is not surprising that a man
of such unwavering Liberal views,
so strongly opposed to selfish
class interests, should have been
denounced by some as a danger-
ous radical. But nothing could
have been further from the truth.
His mind was happily balanced
and his temper invariably even.
He believed in ordered progress,
but he was by temperament and
training opposed to the extremes
of radicalism, Though he wanted
to see Barbados adapt itself to
modern conditions, he would
never have liked to see it lose
the best standards of the older
world. It was this perhaps that
made him so keenly interested in







CHARLES PITCHER CLARKE

of Income Tax was one of the

eatest contributions to the pub-
ic finance of Barbados and, if
Clarke had done nothing else in
the whole course of his career, he
would still deserve a high place
in the history of the island, It is
tting to recall that his last
speech in the Assembly, wher
ill-health had already made
serious inroads on his energies,
was a passionate oration in which
he refuted certain specious pleas
that had been brought forward
with the object of removing the
Income Tax Act from the statue
ook,

A man of Clarke's convictions
was certain to arouse suspicion in
certain quarters, He had lived in
England during the period when
the magnificent, if at times angry,
duels between those two men of
genius, Gladstone and Disraeli,
had aroused the passions of the

asted until the death of the English people. He had seen the
chief Justice in 1902. remarkable change that had
a place in English political

Ga , caak life owing to the influence of
Gladstone's Disciple John Stuart Mill who had taught

But Clarke was not satisfied the doctrine of complete democ-

with the suecess he won at the
ccal Bar, for his heart was really
set on a political career, He was
nflamed with the idea of bring-
ng the doctrines of Liberalism to
ear on the politics of the island
nd helping to change the whole
utlook of the community, He did

= ot suct@ed in his first attempt to
‘ain a seat in the House of As-
embly but the following year he
vas elected to represent the par-
+h_of St. Peter and retained his
eat until ill-health forced him
to retire in 1924. In due course,
he government saw the neces-
ity of securing his services as a
supporter, for his knowledge of
constitutional law and his gift of
ofty and convincing eloquence
would serve to bridge the gap
retween the House and _ the
Executive Committee, In 1907 he
vas appointed Solicitor “General
ind four years later took sick.
‘'n 1913, when Aubrey Goodman,
ine of the famous cricketing
»yrothers, was promoted to an
mportant post in the Straits
3ettlements, Clarke was appoint-
d to succeed him as Attorney
azeneral and nine years later was
snighted for his public services
As Attorney General, Clarke
was charged with the responsi-
ility of piloting government
neasures through the House of
Assembly, The popular chamber,
hen as always only recognised
he voice of a master and Greaves
nd Goodman had dominated the
Assembly. While Clarke did not
nave the forcefulness of his two
predecessors, he was ceitainly
heir equal in the art of per-
uasive eloquerice. He was’ by
vature and training the most
Liberal of men im Barbadian
»olitics and he was) resolved to
further the work of reform in the

racy. He had seen . Gladstone
swept into power, with the weapon
of a large majority in his hands,
thanks tothe support of the
newly enfranchised classes. He
had witnessed the beginning of
the movement that was to equip
England with the modern services
and institutions that helped her
to face the problems that were to
come later. Clarke had been deep-
ly impressed by the impassioned
efforts of the ‘“‘Grand Old Man”
to made democracy a_ working
reality.

The principles he imbibed in
England ‘Clarke tried to put into
practice in Barbados, His aim
was to adapt the island's institu-
tions to modern democratic con-
ditions, to interest the people as
a whole in the work of parlia-
mentary government. He saw the
necessity for carrying public ques-
tions beyond the House of As-
sembly to the larger tribunal com-
posed of the community as a
whole. The age of public meet-
ings had not yet arrived in Bar-
bados, yet Clarke’s speeches were
obviously directed to the public
at large, appealing to their reason-
ing: faculties and their ‘sénse of
justice, and enlisting their sup-
port for any measure he sought
to pilot through the House, One
instance must suffice to show. the
policy and methods he adopted to
advance the claims of justice. In
1897 the government sponsored a
Bill to emigrate a certain class of
women to Canada and the U.S.A.
The measure was frankly exclu-
sive and it is astonishing to think
that’ the government could have
regarded it as an appropriate way
to celebrate the jubilee of Queen
Victoria. Clarke’s opposition was
firm and unyielding and the speech
he delivered on that occasion was
characteristic of the man. He con-

the history of the island. In spite
of the heavy burden of his pro-
fessional and public duties, he
found time to keep his literary
interests alive and to delve into
the archives of the colony. The
older foundations of Barbados, its
customs and traditions, exercised
an sincreasing fascination over
him and it is felt that, if he could
have afforded it, he might have
retired from the public service
earlier. to devote himself entire-
ly to what had become an ab-
sorbing passion.

When Clarke returned to Bar-
bados in 1888, the air was still
thick with the furious controversy
of 1876. He soon set to work to
make a thorough study of the cir-
cumstances leading up to, and the
results flowing from, the great
battle between Barbados and the
Colonial Office, With exemplary
industry he looked up all the doc-
uments relating to the dispute and
the results of his research were
published in a series of articles in
the “Barbados Herald” and later
brought out in book form under
the title “The Constitutional
Crisis of 1876 in Barbados.” That
book has since proved a mine of
information to the historian and
has placed posterity under an im-
measurable debt to Clarke,

In 1902 Clarke published a
pamphlet on the history of the
Vestries and this was to provide
Sir John Maude with the neces~
sary historical background when
he came to review the island's
system of government in 1949.
And all the time, besides writing
occasional articles on the subject
so near to his heart — he also
collaborated. withe-Aubrey Good-
man in revising the laws of the
island — he worked steadily on
what was to be his great work,
a history of Barbados. Before ill-
health brought his labours to an
end, he had collected notes for
the whole history and had even
written a part of the projected
work,

As constitutional lawyer, states-
man and historian, Clarke may be
numbered among those who made
their mark on their generation.
He did not possess ‘the mind of
the lawyer in the narrow sense
of the word. His intelligence, in
the words of a contemporary, was
ample and comprehensive rather
than acute and technical. To some
he appeared too gentlemanly and
too averse. to those ruthless
methods that might have made
him a really formidable force in
the political arena. To these he
seemed to lack the hard fighting
qualities that go to make great
reputations in the hurly burly of
politics, Yet Clarke realised that,
without an organised party to
support him without a disciplined
majority in the House, his only
hope of success was to proceed by
the method of persuasion rather
than by the threat of coercion. He
sought to introduce the doctrines
of Liberalism into Barbados, rely-

sland. 2 was especially inter- g 1 y

ae i Se eer = ceded that it was a laudable ing only on | the Weapons of
ation anc his thing to help laties g reason and justice; and he thus

speechés on all debates relating oy ng = as P “ro whose cir= set a fine and fruitful example

to this question may even cumstances bat been reduced to that was to be of the first ple |

now be read, Equally absorbing general poverty Bod who ‘would portance in the era of transition

was his interest. in finance, not find in the island opportuni- that lay ahead of the island.

As leader of the House, he ties for employment such as ex- iy res

was entrusted with the task of isted elsewhere. But such a ven- (Next Saturday CHARLES

introducing the Estimates, and ture, he submitted, could only be CHENERY).

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1952

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limelight again. This time he is one
ahead of the space travellers. He has
his own ideas about getting to Heaven
(and seeing what this place is coming
to, can you blame him for wanting +
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good he will grow wings like the angeis
in his little book. Then we can all fly
to Heaven and leave this wicked place
He plans to take with him our fourteen
hens (they already have wings) but he
isn’t too sure that» the dog will sprout
wings on time. He’s so wicked.

spout so clearly that I was quite annoy
ed when the rain stopped fallingsoutt
sea to realise that it had turned ‘into. «
schooner — which goes to prove how
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compatriot told me the other day with ¢
smile of satisfaction. But in what form’.
Two persons quite recently have com
to me and told me something about my
self that- was news to me, and which |
knew to be false.

The last thing I would place reliance:
on in Barbados is Dame Rumour.

P.S. Isn’t it time that drivers ol,garts will be closed for Annual Stock Taking on:
filled with straw stopped using**akea
lights? For the benefit of the ignorant,
a naked light is one without clothes on

WEDNESDAY Sept. 24

THURSDAY ‘ 25

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or whether the ones whom we had to
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C.J. Affirms Judgm

Appellant Must Give Up

Possession Of Lands

IN A WRITTEN JUDGMENT handed down in the

Court of Error yesterday, His Lordship the Chief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore, dismissed the appeal of Winifred
Scantlebury, and affirmed the judgment of the Court of
Appeal which ordered her to give up possession of certain
lands at St. James. His Lordship however varied the
time for giving up the land from ten days to twenty-one
days. the statement in her evidence,—
My. W. W. Reece, Q.C., Coun- “I don’t know Beatrice Younge
sel for the appellant, instructed ...—yet it is clear that she knew
by Messrs. Yearwood & Boyce of her existence and admitted to
asked for a stay of execution for the Respondent's attorney the
six weeks, with a view to appeal Tights of the Respondent, when

to the West Indian Court. of She said to him—‘“I have a piece
Appeal. The application was Of land belonging to Beatrice
granted. Younge and I pay taxes for it.”

After delivering his judgment, On the evidence as a whole I have
His Lordship expressed his per- 0 doubt that the Appellant en-
sonal view on the case, observing Joyed permissive occupation of the
that “it would be a sorry day for lend as her husband had done
Rarbadians who owned land left Previously and throughout ac-
in charge of relatives while they knowledged the Respondent as the
are residing abroad, if such rela- true owner of the land, accord-
tives as care to, because of non- ingly the Statute never com-
payment of rents, can oust the menced to run in her favour as
rightful owners claims by pleading her enjoyment was not one of
the Statute of Limitation, exclusive enjoyment. Her pos-

Respondent in the suit was Session is the possession of the
Beatrice Younge who was repre- Owner,
sented by Mr. E,. K. Walcott, Held Herself Agent
Q.C., instructed by Messrs, Cot- While I agree with the argu-
tle, Catford and Company. ments of learned Counsel for the

Delivering his judgment, His Appellant relating to the ques-
Lordship said: tion of agency and the lack of

“The case out of which this privity of contract between the
appeal arises was in the nature Parties, it cannot be denied, if
eof a suit for ejectment of the â„¢Y view of the position is cor-
Appellant by the Respondent, '¢ct, that the Appellant held
through her constituted attorney herself out as agent for the Re-
on record, from certain lands in SPondent by paying taxes in the
the parish of Saint James. The “cumstances which I have
trial related.

judge gave judgement for “
the Respondent (Plaintiff) and web tik cttae ie
ordered the Appellant (Defend- ace. a piece of a belonging

ant) to give up possession within t

ie o Beatrice Young and I pay
ae nh eae : om taxes for it,” before the Police
e srounds of appeal are:— Magistrate said this — “The land

(1) The learned Judge was on which the hoi 8
Wrong in law holding that the which my Fuabenwt nent! work
— was not barred by .the was the property of his mother,
nwte of Limitations, Elizabeth Harris, who died in
(2) That the decision of the January 1927 without making a
learned Judge was against the will and my late husband was
weight of the evidence, her only lawful son.” This latter
“In 1910 the Respondent pur- statement discloses a clear at-
chased the land in dispute from tempt to set up a title in herself
the late Dr. E. G, Pilgrim, and Which a review of the evidence
cbtained a conveyance for the Shows was entirely false and had
sume. She left the island some NO reference to the Statute of
time after, at a date which does Limitations. I have little hesfa-
not appear in the evidence, but tion in holding that she cannot
it seems, must have been some be allowed to take advantage of
time in 1922 or before, From 1922 ‘he previous conflicting | state-
until his death in 1933 one Cecil ments which she has made or
Scantlebury a brother or half- denied that Beatrice Younge is
‘ + = " the rightful owner by sheltering
brother of the Respondent and the nok
husband of the Appellant, occu- Gellas bac teen G ciate
pied the land, his wife and he Nasehaateis for ae than the fe-
living together in a chattel house Possess . mS

Y , uisite period,
situated thereon, Since his death werhe fe

“The claim to mesne rofits
the Appellant has continued to could only extend bom te date
live in the house on the ‘

¢ same when the Appellant ceased to be
land and is there at present. # permissive occupant and be-
No Rent Paid came a trespasser on refusal to
“Throughout this period no rent deliver up possession of the land,
in respect of the land has been and this claim has not yet been
paid, but the taxes have been persisted in.
always paid in the name of Bea- | “The appeal must be dismissed,
trice Younge, the respondent. The the judgment of the Court below
conveyance for the land having @ffirmed and the Appellant given
been proved and recorded in 2! days within which to give up
1948, the Respondent's attorney Possession.
sought to evict the Appellant in
that year by lodging a complaint
before a Police Magistrate but

7 ° ;
og as the Magisirate held that \ essels Br
1¢ had no jurisdiction. a Colas, Copra

“Counsel for the Appellant
the course of his argument has
urged that mistakes and inconsis- Colas copra, charcoal. and
tencies in the evidence of his fresh fruit were the main items
client cannot alter the true legal brought to the island by four
relationship of the parties or af- vessels which arrived here be-
oe operation of the Statute tween Thursday and yesterday
a) zimitations, i arri in-
“This appeal coming as it does Auk eee es ee ued
from the Assistant Court of Appeal motor vessel. The schooners were
in its original jurisdiction, calls 4,. wonderful Counsellor tee
for a re-hearing and determination denia W. and the Cyclorama.

both on questions of law and fact, Counsel
ond accordingly a careful examin- me Wenente — oon



ation of the evidence, which is not f°™ St. Lucia and the other
lengthy, is, in my view, an essen- two ere 7 eg rful
tial to a proper The cargo of the ‘onde:

appreciation of the Counsellor consisted of 658 bags

of copra, 50 bags of charcoal, 100
posts and 4 bags of cocoanuts,
while the Cyclorama brought 730
drums of colas, The Gardenia W.
which came into port on Thurs-
day night brought as its cargo
454 bags of cocoanut meal, 11
cartons of Angostura bitters, 94
pieces of lumber, 180 pieces of
cedar boards, 133 cylinders of
gas, 27 bags of lime stone, 30
dozen straw brooms and 7 bar-
rels of fresh fruit.

The motor vessel which ar-
rived was the Lady Joy from St.

legal position.
“While I agree that the payment
of parochial taxes in the name of
an individual is not conclusive as
to rights of ownership of that
individual any more than non-
payment of rent is conclusive
as to exclusive possession of an
eccupant, yet both of these are
factors which must be taken into
account together with all the cir-
cumstances of each particular case,
Here I think the family relation-
ship of the persons mentioned
above sev Fp great importance
in a consideration of
position, Ag ravteads serie Lucia, Its cargo consisted of 60
cut, Cecil Scantlebury was a drums of SOON ties ofl, ne) bags
brother or half brother of the of charcoal, 957 posts, 200 pack-
Appellant and was no stranger eet eng’ 50 pee oh Soph
while he possessed the land. His fruit, 5 bags of pineapples and
possession was in my view in the 158 cocoanut plants.
form of a permissive oc¢upation, OIL TANKER ARRIVES
enjoying as he did the fruits of a®°§ —————_______
land and paying the taxes on be- The oil
half of the Respondent, From 1933 arrived . in port from Point-a-
the present Appellant and sister- Pierre on Tuesday brought a
in-law of the Respondent occupied quantity of motor gasolene and
the land on the same basis as her kerosene for Messrs, General
late husband haq previously Traders and R. M. Jones, The
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Administration
Granted

In the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday His Lordship the Chief
Judge, Sir Allan Collymore, grant-
ed the petition of Gwendolyn I.
Walton of Four Cross Roads, St.
John, for Letters of Administra-
tion to the estate of her husband
Egbert L. Walton.

His Lordship also granted the
petition of Christopher McD.
Eatson of Merricks, St. Philip, for
Letters of Administration cum
testimento annexo de bonis non
toe the estate of his brother, Gor-
don. Oscar Batson, late of Four
Roads, St. Philip. The will was
proved-on the 24th October, 194},
end testamentary letters issued
te the father, Cornelius Batson,
row deceased.

In both these matters. Mr. C. H.
Clarke, Q.C., instructed by Mr.
H. L. Thomas of the firm of
Messrs Carrington & Sealy, Solic-
itors, represented the petitioners.

Letters of Administration were
also granted to Rosalie kles of
Welches Road, St. Michael, Attor-
ney for Emily Payne of New York,
to the estate of Muriel Bailey,
late of New York. Mr. W .W.
Reece, Q.C., Solicitor General, in-
structed by Messrs Cottle Catford
and Company, Solicitors, appeared
on behalf of the petitioners.

Letters of Administration were
also granted to Vivian Dear of
Tudor Bridge, to the estate of her
daughter Viviette I. Dear, late of
Ladymede Gardens. St.’ Michael,
and to Christopher C. Thompson
of Bank Hall, to tha estate of his
father Clifford Thompson, late of
Tollege Land, St. Jeqin.

Vivian Dear was represented by
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, instructed
by Messrs Yearwood & Boyce,
while Mr, D, H. L. Ward, instruct-
€d by Messrs Haynes & Griffith,
Solicitors, appeared for the peti-
tioner Christopher Thompson,

WILLS ADMITTED

His Lordship the Chief Judge
Sir_ Allan Collymore, yesterday
admitted to probate the wills of
John Jellings Blow of St. John;
Kathleen Albertha Manning,
Henry A., Pilgrim and Arthur W.
Straughan of St. Michael.

APPLICATION GRANTED



In the Court for Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes yesterday,
His Lordship the Chief Judge, Sir
Allan Collymore, granted the
epplication for Decree Absolute in
the suit of D. Austin, petitioner.
and D. Austin, Respondent.

“Decree Nisi was pronounced on
the 8th August. The petitioner
appeared in person,

Decree Nisi was also granted in
the suit of J. F. Barrett, Petition-
er, and M. R. Barrett, Responrt-
ent. Mr, E. K. Walcott, Q C.,
holding papers for Mr. J. S. B.
Dear, and instructed by Mr. H.
L. Thomas of the firm of Messts.
Carrington & Sealy, Solicitors,
appeared on behalf of the peti-
tioner,

SS
command of Captain D. P. Bruin.
It left port on Thursday for St.
Vincent.

“BRUNO” DUE SUNDAY

The Saguenay Terminals liner
S.S. Bruno under the command
of Captain Heiberg is due to
arrive on Sunday evening from
Montreal.

Among the cargo for Barbados
is, 8,000 bags of flour, 160 bun-
dles of tin containers, general
merchandise and lumber.

Due to disembark at Barbados
is Mrs. Kate Winifred Boog-
Watson. Joining the ship will
be. Mrs. Eric Gardiner, wife of
the Saguenay Terminals super-
intendent at Trinidad.

Local agents here are Messrs.
Plantations Ltd.

“LADY RODNEY” EXPECTED

The C.N.S, Lady Rodney is due
to arrive at day-break on Tués-
day.

This vessel will
1 of general cargo.

e Lady Rodney is consigned
to Messrs. Gardiner Austin &
Co., Ltd., it carries a crew of 124,
and is under the command of
Captain A. Le Blanc.

TRIAL SATISFACTORY

The launch Trojan which came
off dock on Thursday went on a
trial run yesterday, One of the
crew told the Advocate yester-
day that the performance of the
launch was very satisfactory and
that it will be back in general
service very soon,

WORK GOING AHEAD

Work on the newly acqu'red
pite of land belonging to the
Telephone Company at Dayrell’s
Road is going ahead at a fast
rate. Yesterday. men were at
work digging the foundation
while trees and shrubbery were
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Appeal Judges Confirm
Fines For Bodily Harm

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL yesterday,
Their Honours Mr. H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H. Han-
schell confirmed the decision of His Worship Mr. S. H.
Nurse, Police Magistrate of District “F”, who fined Elkins
Seale and McDonald Lucas, both of Road View, St. Peter,
£2 and 3/- costs for inflicting bodily harm on each other
on October 1, 1951.

The fines are to be paid in seven days or in default
one month’s imprisonment with hard labour. Béth ‘men
appealed against the decision of His Worship Mr, Nurse.

Police Band At
Garrison Sunday



Counsel in the case yesterday
were Mr. G. H. Adams for
McDonald Lucas and Mr. W. W
Reece, Q.C., for Seale

Seale told the Court

yesterday
that on October 1

while buying

cigarettes at a shop in St. Peter By kind permission of Colonel
Montrose Fenty bounced him and ®. T. Michelin, O.B.E., Com-
he and Lucas had an argument, â„¢!ssioner of Police, the Police
Lucas attacked him and said he Eand conducted by Captain C. E.
was representing Fenty, Raison, M.B.E., will render the

following programme at the Gar-
rison Savannah on Sunday, Sep-
tember 28, at 5.00 p.m.

The programme is as follows:

Lucas said he heard Seale re-
buking Fenty and spoke to him,
He enticed Fenty to leave with
him but as he was leaving, Seale

cu i i ace ~ :
Soe him in his face. He and PROGRAMME
Seale never agreed through 1. Grand March—THE TRIUMPH OF
political business. RIGHT Lovell
Mr. . Adams. submitted that ? Trasle Overture-PHEDRE
“ me « ‘ — MC
there was abundant evidence us 3. Valse de Ballet THE SLEBPING
to who was the aggressor and BEAUTY Tschaikowsky
asked the Court to decide that 4. Potporri—CLASSICA Ewings
his client was not the ressor 2 Morcean--POEM' ... sereonen
‘ : © aggressor § Operatic Excerpts—WALTER'S
and that the case against pim PRIZE SONG As Wagner
should be dismissed. i. Film _ Theme THE DREAM oF
. % - ALWEN —arr ennison
Mr . Reace said that the real Sympnonic March—SPIRIT OF
aggressor was the woman Fenty* PAGEANTRY Fletcher
and asked the Court to look st 9. Finale

The Police Band will give a short
at the close of
followed by the

the evidence of the witnesses who

supported the story told by bi; Marching. Pane’

i ‘ th rogramme
client, If the Court accepted the eatin “Of Retreat,
evidence of his client, then the GOD SAVE . THE . QUEEN

case against him should be



missed. “S" MOBILE CINEMA
Before confirming the decision, ~ ee nde ;
Their Honours said that after. The Mobile Cinema Unit went

taking into account the evidence * Bt. Augustine, St. Geosse, or
thev had before them, they felt Thursday night oh ee
that the decision of the Police @5 and gave a free Film

Magistrates ‘Residents from as far as New-
an should not) fa Tae bury, Applewhaites and Sweet

Bottom journeyed to St. Augustine
FINED £3 » to see the show.



His Worship Mr. C. L, Walwyn, ST. JOSEPH’S DAY
Police Magistrate of District “A”, -=—#——""——;
yesterday fined 37-year-old Ed-
mund Shorey of Dunlow Lane, St.
Michael, £3 to be paid in 14 days
or one month's’ imprisonment
with hard labour for stealing
£2 4s. 6d. from Marjorie Trgt-
man on September 9

Set. Alleyne attached to Cen-
tral Police Station prosecuted for
the Police from information re-
ceived.

Marjorie Trotman of Bank
Hall said that while sitting in a
bus on September 9, the defend-
ant took a wallet containing
£2 4s. 6d. out of a basket. .

ASSAULTED POLICE

Sunday, October 5 is Saint
Joseph’s Day, and there will be
« celebration of this Day at_the
St. Joseph’s Parish Church, Final
arrangements to make the occa~
sion a successful one are almost
completed. The Chureh Choir,
conducted by Mr. Merton McCarty
is still putting in some hard prac-
tice with Hymns, Psalms and
Carols, which will be rendered on
the feast day.

“RICE SHORTAGE”
The rice shortage is still being
felt in St, George; but potatoes
are in moderate supply. Bread-
fruit can still be obtained occas-
jonally and black eyed peas are
plentiful. No sea eggs were seen
in some parts of this parish as yet
this season, ana residents are again
grudging those who live in other
parishes which touch the sea,



A fine of £2 to be paid in 14
days or one month's imprison.
ment with hard labour was im-
posed on Gordon Clarke (25) ef
Thomas Gap, St, Michael, by His
Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn,
Police Magistrate of District “A”,
who found him guilty of assault-
ing Police Constable 281 Cumber-
batch on September 10,

The case in which Clarke was
charged with using indecent jan-



£500,000 C.D.C.
Grant

guage on Tudor Street on Sep- KINGSTON, J’ca., Sept. 26.
tember 10 was dismissed by Mr The Colonial Development
Walwyn, + Gent Corporation agreed to finance the
b Mr. FG Smith appeared in jg¢al Industrial Development
oth cases for Clarke while Sgt. Corporation a total of £500,000
Alleyne conducted the case for e The
j upon government guarantee, The

the Police. re :
money is to be drawn on when
Police Constable Cumberbat:h required, but stipulated mini-

told the Court that on September
10 while he was on duty on Tudor

mum amounts.
lt is also expected that C.D,.C.





Street he saw the defendant and will assist the Agricultural
his father pushing a cart with Development Corporation at a
lumber He got suspicious and fyture date.

asked them to come along wiih —C.P,
him to the station. The defendant

began to use indecent language

end assaulted him INQUEST TODAY

ON BOND An inquiry into the elreum-

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffitn,
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A”, yesterday placed Ken-
neth Forde, a 20-year-old labou

Stances surrounding the death o1
Kenneth Springer of Flat Rock,
St. George, ~will be held by His
Worship Mr. G. B, Griffith, Act-
ing Police Magistrate of District

er of Bay Land, St, Michael, on “A”, today at 10 a.m,

probation for a period of 12 Springer was detained at the

months in the sum of £5 for General Hospital on September

attempting to steal a hand »ag, 18 after he was involved in an

the property of Amy Alleyne accident on Haggatt Hall roaa
The offence was committed or with a car about 11.45 a.m. the

September 22. Same day.





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ST. VINCENT

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. VINCENT.

The Hon. E. M. Gairy, Mem
ber of the Legislative Council of
Grenada, landed in St. Vincent
on Wednesday, September 19
His ,arrival aroused great inter-
est as it was rumoured that Hon
Zz. T Joshua would be dis-
eiplined for breaking his pledge
of Secrecy to the deliberations o(
the Conference of the Elected
Members of Council of the Wind-
ward Islands

On Wednesday
the.Hon. E. T Joshua was
holding his weekly meeting at,
the Market Square Hon. E. M
Gairy was seated in a car As
soon as it stopped several angry
persons surrounded the car and
extended an. unfriendly reception
until the car drove away

When it was known that
Hon. E. M
public meeting on Friday at 4.30
p.m about 2,000 people gathered
to hear him Hons George
Charles and Evans Morgan
supported him
arrived about

evening when!

the

who
the platform
4.35 pm. The
crowd did not. favour their ap-
vearance and for several minutes!
they were the objects of a word)
bombardment.

Mr. Charles rose io address
but he was refused a hearing
he sang the Union Ode “Hold
The Fort” to the microphonc
while the , noise of the crowd
accompanied him.

The Hon. Gairy arrived aftr:
5 p.m. and was introduced by
Mr. George Lewis who de-
nounced the attempt of the St
Vincent Legislative Council t
oust Mr, Joshua from the Exe-
cutive Council

Mr. Gairy appealed for
hearing but there was a persist:
ent demand that Hons, Charl :
and Morgan’ should leave th
meeting. When this was don
under police protection Mr
Gairy was allowed to continu
provided no other Elected Mem
ber but the Hon. E. T. Joshua
was mentioned

Mr. Gairy
“Politics and
a farce in St

on

told his audience
trade-unionism al
Vineent. Do nm
measure me with the sam
bushel you use for your loce
politicians,” but this did not re
move the disappointment they
felt long before; and even after
he recounted’ his activities in
Grenada and Aruba and statcd,
“Wherever there is British ruk
there must be grievances,” th
opinion was’ not changcd



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aa BARBADOS ADVOCATE ~ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1952
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CLASSIFIED ADS, PrBUre NeTICEs Will KeepBoth G ENT NOTICES HIPP NOTICES
7 th nt il Keep bot OVERNM
TELEPHONE 2508 IS h NOTICE sents annette
a ———— bay eee oliver that all persons having F itl d if i \ SS,
a a as FOR SALE |Eaiate of Ernest “Capisie Piekee inte | ATH An Life swt cenTRa suGAR CANE BREEDING STATION @asa2.ae
“N VER, d | Belleville in the parish of Saint Michael, i s a DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Cal who dled in this Tsland on the 27th day ALVIN, Texas, Sept. 26. | READING ROOM The M/V “CARIBBEE™ will accept
— — > p> ary 52 r a are ere The ; 2 g fit } 4
SMITH —In ever loving memory of our required to sehd in particilate of ther | 16° 24-year-old Jehovah Wit- Agricultural Assistant, B.W.I. Central Sugar } pag Ag gt
Ie belo ed Mother. CO ; ao E AUTOMOTIVE | claims duly attested tO Viola Eulatie , ss ministes who said he would | Cane Breeding Station. PROSE WORKS St. Kitts. Sailing Friday 2th inst
Suren w re ont : \~z ne | Fie * the Qualified Administratrix of the] Cather die than betray his faith Other Than Science & Healt!
IMS, atd BROTHE r who . - ce jag?) Estate of the said Ernest Carlisle Fields God i , will kee ‘ ‘nas ; the i s } 4
7 . . CAR 1 Chev. Master Six, 1947! : isle in God apparently will keep bot! ‘ations are invited for the post of Agricultural Assistant B
Died eit Hi’ Saptarabes, 1880 Model in A 1 condition. Redman &| : j Mary Baker Eddy The M/V “MONEKA” will accept
We ara.aad within our me > Taylor's Gatage Ltd 27.9.52_-gn_ | etx office at Janves Street, Bridgetown.| "> * ‘ © though the roac) B’w.1. Central Suga ane Breeding Station, Department of Agri- aticete ath P Cargo and Passengers for Domini-
hor Saas en c= rly . . — | 4 a 15th day of November,]‘0 complete recovery will be | ulture ee “here tie rs en ca, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
r the-gres we loves so dea’ ~ 1 me 4 1 2, after which date I shall proceed toflong one ——- oe and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday 4th
Has for E¥er been called away CAR—1 Morris Car 10 HP 1948 Mode fhute the asset ft & one. re the st is 0 x 72— Obtain a copy of this book from .
Build. apd _Shaisle (children), |!9 erfect Condition New Bat ery | among the asthe Eaustive Gall, (Son-in-law) Mitch- |Contact Mallaliew, St. Joseph's Rectory | regard to the debts and claims only of{ pital’ said Leo Scott, critically } $1,920 (E.B.) x 96—$2,592 per annum and the point of entry in | MOWEN @ SDMA, Brond Street. ) B.W.1, SCHOONER OWNERS’
“apes Suey end Pear. |e a 9 ohn | WER A nal en ‘nave, had netice and injured in an automobile wreck | scale will depend on the qualifications and experience of the suecesstul] @ Open” Tucsdavs, Wednesdays, ASSOCIATION UNC
27. 9. 52-21 | “CAR For Sale 1 Chevrolet car Model | tibuted to any person of whose debt or ae September 9 has past the crisis; applicant. The post is not pensionable but after a year’s probationary Saturdays 10 a.m.—12 o'clock Consignee, Tele. No. 4047
'1934. P—s3a first class condition, 4 new |e — nA have, Bad notice at the a, peptok wi survive oe | service the officer may join a Provident Fund. ALL ARE WELCOME
tyres, 1 new battery Apply to M ve has refused to accept blo! . 2 a 2 =r . ‘ ;
£feH RENT pares, Hovte, Merricks, St Philip one = ame indebted 2s “ait | sransfusions, He will be transfer-| 3.. The successful applicant will be required to provide ie wwawwwww
: | 37.9. 5220. | secounts without a. ved to Santa Fe hospital in Tem-| With a motor car, a loan towards the purchase of which will be made; _







a ey

CAR—Humber Hawk Saloon Car. Per-| Dated this 11th day of September 192. | 5Je, Texas, for what doctors be-|92 terms and conditions similar to those which are applicable to

HOUSES tect Condition. Done only’ 7,500 miles. qualifed ‘Aaministratrx of theflieve isa long convalescent, travelling officers of the Barbados Government Service, A mileage HARRISON | INE
ii cas eee eeigiesies AT rt tees * 98.9.52—3n ate of Ernest Carlisle Fields, | period, —U.P | allowance will be paid at standard Government rates.















































































































- ~———- —— ee 7 deceased i i i i
cn atin cesta. denies 3 “}ILLMAN SALOONS — new and 12.9.52—4n 4. Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and ex- ene
Husbands, Mt. Standfast, St. James ©: | used. Austin Saloons — used Citroen aa Set J perience, together with COPIES of testimonials should be addressed |
WN. E Husbands, Crab Hill, St. Lucy |Saioom. Cole & Con Ltd awe NOTICE ce ee rejets to the Director of Agriculture, Queen’s Park, and will be accepted up OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
nibh Saetane ligation = Pre ne Ee TRUCK--One V8 FORD TRUCK with|the estate of CLARA ALSOP GALF B. t d 19.9.52—4n, Vessel From Leaves Due
Browr uu Hastin i Bedroor Piatform. Dial 2523 or 4157 late of Dalkeith Road in the parish o: ea ecor Barbados
Woter and Light Diai 2098 Lee 27.9.52—2n. | Saint Michael in this Island, Widow, | % - t
26.9,52—2 La ae scaierip natenhoaaiioiehitcaialiandenascnianat ; vnnsciiidiatedabiatea al |S.S. “COLONIAL .. Liverpool 12th Sept. 26th Sept.
— who died in this Island on the 11th day ) | “ PHETL”
FLAT & MOUSE—Fully furnished, 81 | cass in’ Acone’ Condition, One 1000 ]te eek Ee pestewane Ge tain chine, SEOUL, Korea, Sept. 26. : oe. ae - ae pe “171th Sept. 11th Oct
4 7” . ™—~232 in A-one Condition One to in particulars of their claims i 3 iete ‘ o y 7; J MA ITCHEN jon 5 .
Lawrence on-Sea. Phone 3503. ‘Ford Car. (P. 42) Apply to B. Clarke. | duly attested, to the undersigned Hamp- United States Sabrejets sho., APPOINTMENT OF SUPERVISOR (FE LE) MAIN K E S.S. “HISTORIAN” Glasgow and P
2.4.82-t.f.n jvders Hill, St. Philip or G. Bolden.}den Archibald Cuke, qualified Executo: }d0wn four Communist M.LG. 1) | GENERAL HOSPITAL re - Liverpool. 26th Sept. 10th Oct
“ee near tiaemesaseirs ae Tweedside Road 27.9.52—3n | of the Will of the said Clara Alsop Gaic | ets and damaged three others’ i s.s “BURMOUNT” PA ge » 4th Oct . 17th Oct.
rully saat nat ie Hotel district ges Sees Pena o-day setting a new record in Applications are invited for the non-pensionable post of Super- coals oy eee 2 OO
near beautiful beach, 2 airy double | ELECTRICAL Bridgetown, on or before the 29th jay | ‘laims against Red jet fighters i) | yisor, Main Kitchen, General Hospital, at a salary of $480 rising by HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
bedrooms, English Bath Tub, Gas Stove | of November 1952, after which date }]4 single month. . f $48 912 n lus temporary Cost ot |
Electricity, Telephone. Special term. | shall proceed to distribute the assets «1 Fitth Airforce officials sai annual increments of $48 to $! per annumy Pp) po! Vessel For Closes in
for ong EY Write P.O Box 2 GLRCTRICAL SPRAVER Go One Ul the. sala. estate shmens the noriite wit os day’s claims bring th 7 oficial | Living Allowance at Government rates.
General Pos ice we a ie ce . rit ereto, a regar C= 2 rn 5
M7. 9 52-2. Electric Sprayer. Complete with Spray| Sich claims of which I shall then have] to 's . . oy | Applicants should not be over 40 years of age, should have at-| 5 ¢ «cROFTER” S .. Liv i 27th Sept.
i Large Air Tank & Sunbeam Com-| have had notice, and that I shall a Lon RED'S for tee BER 3 | tained a satisfactory standard of education, and should have had/}s's “\ERCHANT” lanana’ 30th Sept
‘ILFRACOMBE ON-SEA, Maxwell vet e Arthe Sinvh w. Ph ve aah be liable for assets so distributed * days of September to 55 destroye:i| tained a ae Uy a ee : ; 1 1 i a ie ; 2
Coast. Excelient sea bathing,” fully fi : rthitr Mayhew. one 474°. any person of whose debt or claim six probably destroyed and 5! |! some experience in housekeeping duties on a large scale. For f er Inf apply to
nie woaua, 8 bathe, “Barlour ang dining | ——_—— And all perscns ‘indebted te the sa. 2maged. United States pilots Applications on forms obtainable from the Secretary, General r furth ormation, tee
rooms, usual offices, Electric and wate NEW ARRIVALS from U.S includ® | ostate are uested to settle their i) jequalled the record for otal) Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later than 30th September,
installed. Phone &286 | me erage Sunbeam Products, oon ac tainees wee ind, Aaa ih. laims against M.I.G’s in a single | Cae *% | DA COSTA & co. LTD. bana Agents
70.1 fr | Tons & the new combination steam an | Dated the 28th day of September 1952 }month in Mid-September when|’”°* ’
+ TS . s « wy cu . -
FL yMOUTE Crane Const sev iges |apellances from DaCOSTA & GO. LEI |p Qualified Executor, ane hit, damaged or destroyed 102 i oenetanaee ;
end from 15th . . 1953. | 4 s ota ; :
Phone 2953. 20.9.52--t.f.n.| Elect. Dept; Phone 3878, tate Clara” Alsop Geile, -Dersasea. | | pines, Ime record of 108 - plate: Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- ‘D.
23, 9, $2—n lestroyed, probably destroyed or | ont) Order, 1952, No. 33 which will be published in the Official
ROOM--One Cool airy Room. appl damaged was set in Mare this ow .
on Premise Ellerslie’ Upper Ba RADIOGRAM One (1) Hallicrafter fF J i | Gazette of Thursday 25th September, 1952. |
on. Somme 970 sa--in.|ftadiogram. In good working order year. At the same time U.S, pilots ua) i Hing | Me.
wate etnies. . \PRRUCRUY Naw Contact C. Arthur surpassed the previous record of 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail se! ng
“TIVERTON” situate in Strathelyde Wee this cr | a 41 M.1G.'s shot down in April. | prices of “Pilehards—Canned”, “Sardines in Oil (c) Other Brands CANADIAN SERVICE
ontaining closed gallery, separate . nth - i ” .
Cee tna aitad comme aGUE vad ao ei U.P. | and “Meat—Fresh and Frozen—Veal” are as follows: : enereumoin
i nenaras eres sua snes! MECHANICAL seen asada
ha an chen aarage 6 ryan aaeiuaminnemge —
room, Rent $65.00 per month, For p=:-| GANE CARTS without tyres and plat- 2 ] t WHOLESALE RETAIL PRICE Steamer Sails Sails Arrives
tieulars apply to Carrington & Sealy. |¢.rm from $360.00 up to $500.00 from apan e ARTICLE PRICE (not more than) sn AY oa ate hi dees en nee ters
Solicators, Larcas Strect s9--h, {Stock or can be ordered for the comin (not more than) oTYRA” : eat e ber 30th October ith October 16th
ace ee Ree |crop. Smith's Engineering Works. Phone ‘ “ALCOA PURITAN” ‘Gober istn October 18th Octoker 30th
“VICTORIA” fully furnished on the sen-| 404% Roebuck Street batt In Carlisle Bay ete ms Pilchards—-Canned .. | $20.30 per case or — .. October 28th November ist .ovember 1217
oe tees, Desteone a meet TRAILERS—Suitable to be drawn by =— awa t® 47c, per tin NORTHBOUND
and § @om, ope a * ‘| Tractors, Apply The General Engineer- Schooners;—Cyril E. Sri ins .. oe oe e.
Water meets oe aera San es ing Co., Spry Street 45.9.52--3n. | Davidson, Gardenia W.. “Gita we Won From R. M. bn ao $12.12 per case or HN, N.B.
Qarage s ants’ t OT | = | erful Counsellor, Emeline, En ‘i WA \ “KIM” — Due Barbados — September 26th for ST. JOHN, ,
prog ig a pel iba MISCELLANEOUS 8. Franklyn D. R., Henry ‘DW ee | American arms will very soon — “Ost™ 28c “ALCOA PARTNER” — Due Barbados — October 10th ‘for ST. LAWRENCE
f f i . es 4 lotor Vesses:— Blue Star, Ricard ; > ms < 4.8 i ” IVER .
27.9.52—3n ; flow to Japan, the defeated enemy i ‘ ‘
Arias, Caribbee, T.B. Radar pan, | Sardines in Oil:
HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of ail ARRIVALS with whom formal “ s
= Owe! al peace was ¢) Other Brands’ ..| $16.00 per case of ly :—DA COSTA & CO, LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
WANTED Street Dial $200 tb Boat tu. | SS Kim, 9098 tons, trom Trinidas} made not long ago. er 100'x 3f 02, tins oF sted
; nn Dene & Oe. the , i Plans are under way in Wash- $1.95 pe rl2 tins .. | 18c. ,, 5
’ es old at all lead-) §§.S. Colonial, 4459 tons, from Liver-. ington by which all the “hard | Meat—Fresh and Frozen:
ie ata tha net” abc a aultred eee ae W. E. Williams. | goods”—military jargon in Am- Veal: — 3 . NEW YORK BARBADOS SERVICE : ia
HELP Cocoa today 27.9.53—-3n Seta. een C0, te ide erica for such items as tanks, (a) nee (without ote ib S/S “ALCOA PURITAN” sails NEW YORK 3rd Oct. arrives BARBADOS 15th Oct
ai tabave eiliheiciniliegihipailint St enna aan er atatS Trinidad under Captain D. Ollivierre. | heavy artillery, lorries, jeeps and ne) : “+ Pe ; R E
~ m1 : terete MENIER’S COCOA. Shipment just ar-] ©, : c ne ’ ; . ; os NEW ORLEANS BARBADOS SERVIC
Sra Gur Dens oe ‘ eats ‘| rived So as not to be disappointed Keeatation ee femal ee, te oe tant A Bmore Speman se —— - 4“ (fermale 4 ' . , |pnone your Grocers today and get « “Sol . .,| ment—necessary to equip a mod- ’ ORLEANS 25th Sept. arrives B. h .
a Lavtenne, éh oS oe eee ne Tin 8 s2- an. soar me er foe tintlen Cantal fh fern army of eight to Yon dfeidiona 25th September, 1952. A, nn May waite NEW ORLEANS 9th Oct arrives ao _ Bo
a . ih - 7, < = v ri . 4g n » s ov
279.0200. | “TEENTER'S COCOA, Suat what ine| Alexander. Consigned to the Schooner | will start on their way to Tokyo.| —__ A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS 2ird Oct. arrives BARBA
— ere kids like, Arid the grownups are no RO EPARTURES ‘ Japanese rearmament under * BADO wl __
NEOUS exception. Health and energy in every] Sehooner D’Ortae for British Guians. {American auspices has long been DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, BAR S, B.WI.
MISCELLA drop 27.9 .52—3n O.T. Rodas for St, Vincent looked on in the Pentagon as a ROBERT THOM LI?.—NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
PD aaa ~ | $8.8, Canadian Challenger for St. Vin-! pone, 5 : ry Applications are invited from Graduates or Non-Graduates with
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box A. @. c/o Advocate Advertising| Alfonso B. DeLima & Co., Ltd. Opoo-| : Peace Treaty: was signed andj suitable teaching experience for the post of HEADMASTER of St.
Dept 25,9.52—3n. | site Goddard's 27 9.59—4 | Seawell |Japan had resumed her sover-| Leonard’s School for Boys, Richmond Gap. The school provides
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three bedrooms modern conveniences | England’s leading Daily Newspaper now DEPARTURES. America’s top planners as an ab-
within seven miles from town, a or serving in Barbados Ey pert sal few epi SEPTEMBER 25 ‘solutely essential link in the|°! }1 and 14,
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land. Write 0.@; @/o Advocate... idaye afte eee Con tid tcl @, Waleart, B, Fuyne: K. Ashby, |@hain of Pacifid defence and a The salary will be on the scale for Grade [IV Headmasters in the
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Tr To-day is the last day in the or:
Table With 24 Points T Vietim 2a. 2 =~ May GoTo 7% Sevcer Bettors
urpin 1¢ im — “sane oe oor da “4 LONDON, Sept. 26.
e u . 0 nter- r . ‘ 2
. " j _ : é aC « The Post Office is setting up
(By SCRIBBLER) By PETER WILSON mediate and Second Divisio » Lancashire Lad special mail boxes to deal with
matches. owever, three of the j i
3 — MIP C “TTT ATT ‘. , ; ae , tk illio: cou s which
RAIN UPSET THE CALCULATIONS of League LONDON First Division matches were con- wc se i naka iacenae mii a “ Sooeer Pool
piss. ai Rae : We hi ‘ve only six boxing champ- cluded last Saturday while ihe gets first chance at the bettors mail in to
ricket fans on Saturday and several unexpected results ions in this country at the moment Spartan-Wande ats; we ‘© British fly-weight championship companies every week. Boxes
were the order of the day. In the Rangers vs. Notre Dame —Randolph Turpin holds the mid- Bay may be concluded pod me “ left vacant by the retirement of lettered “football pool” will be
match Rangers suffered the fi defe f the se dle and light heavy-weight titles . * : my \o- the West Hartlepool publican placed in head Post Offices an
uffered the first defeat of the season and g day. oar : : .
by this victory Notre Dame to the head of the table, *74 Teddy Gardner's retirement ‘Th tch ; Ones? oGeias erie.
Ps I ame go to the head of the table, has jert the Ry-weigit venue. @ matches are:— Obviously, the top contender is It is estimated that 8,000,000
with 24 points to the good. And three of them were in the Fi geiko London's former world champion, Britons gamble about £1,000, 000
ese His ocala ae news recently. irst Division zueny ALLEN, from whorn each week on the results of Brit-
; © Dame _ continued hetr Contracts for Turpin to meet ae g irdner w0On the title this year, gin’s by league soccer matches.
ae inn ngs on th we George Angelo, of =, ’Africa, Spartan vs. Wanderers at the snd who had boxed his way back “ - —OP.
wic ae ape y , declared for the vacant Empire middle- '. to another meeting with the
Cc. Daniel “their not nik wentaey Soight | jitle, at. Harsingay on Int ediat one a oe
e . 0 0 ce J
. sae October 21, were finally signed ntermediate veral names are being put
batsman, adde d 16 to his score ee forward as a possible opponent tor Montserrat Bowled 6 Tell me
cane “he was ismissed for Johnny Williams, our heavy- Carlton vs. Spartan at Carl- Allen—including JIM CAIRNEY.
His was a very valuable innings weight has asked that his contest ton. Umpires: J. Hinds and c. the new Scottish champion; VIC -
te = ene) ce wee ae against Johnny Arthur, also of Batson. HERMAN, who combines bagpipe Out For 161 Runs d
vic os anaes in their sect nd fouth Africa, be recognised for YÂ¥.M.P.C. vs. Wanderers at Playing and ventriloquism with his (From Our OWn Correspondent) octor ee
nnings lost some early wicket the Empire championship, Beckles Rd. Umpires: C. Colly- |0xine; Middlesbrough’s JIMMY
and eventually ended with 114 Frank Johnson, the light-weight more and L. Harewood. PEARCE, recently beaten by Allen ANTIGUA, Sept. 26. Can an adatisedt; b in healing 2?”
eine, _— we - on division champion, has agreed to meet Mental Hospital vs. Windward ‘doa 20-year-old ve MARSDEN. On a_ perfect wicket and in DS aap eee i
pretore 18 otre ame 24 Solly Cantor. the Canadian light- at Black Rock Siracsin a , the tail, unbeaten Lancashire lad ppifiant ‘unshin Montserrat n
Deiat ouens Seg A Solly Cz i i ; pires: T. Sis- ;... 590 rian 8 le " > 1ccord wh hey are ke e
points, Range es ai C m } 2, weight, who has never been beaten nett and G. Forde. from St, Helen’s, added 106 fins aid were all out ounds heal of their own accord when they are kept free
eines ABs th a claim for in some dozen fights in Britain. LE " at 3.40 p.m. for 161. Clarke top- from the germs that cause septic infection. To keep
ree more to be settled), York- ‘abh réless_ vs . 4EAST KNOWN scored with 49 not out.
shire 12, Belfield 6, St. Barnabas Although this bout will not Cable and Wi eve tors - the ch of ” Antigua’s wounds in the healthy condition tor healing surgeons
6, Bordeaux 1! necessarily carry a title with it. it bermere at Boarded Hall. Um- Of this bunch the least known At e close play 5 7 5?
will be at the championship weight Pires: A. Parris and G. Clarke. in London is Marsden—but he is second innings was 59 for two. have for years relied upon ‘Dettol’. This ruthless des-
Keen Race and eac ‘ as deposited ¢ Regiment vs. Pickwick at Gar- my tip for the title shot, W. Thomas c. Mason b. Isles 15 : 5 f
nd each man has deposited a Bi . ‘ i + f germs is t :
Pie ei la side-stake of £500 with the Brit- rison. Umpires: J. Hall and P. JOHNNY BEST, veteran Liver T. Kelsick c. Isles b. Davis 7 foyer of germs is non-poisonous, gentle and safe on
the Ye Lis C /ision . j S 4 ave oe ’ Fe ran yer- . , . . a.
1 pig tee tape foo et ish Boxing Board of Control, Phillips. - 1; pool promoter i one of the human tissues. While it disinfects the wound, ‘Dettol’
- oe re oo th net The Turpin fight is naturally _ Empire vs. Police at Bank Hall. shre ied t judaed in beatihe told j
ss of the race for champion . . ; ; : j nwt eS ges xing, ivi issues ‘ ve > i : >
ship hotiours. Boys’ Club hela St Tarp Te Bat ee tone S. Cole and L. H. 2. recently: “We helped to dis- Table Tennis leaves the living siaguupe undamaged to continue the
Matthias to a draw and vat the Rane tote a ee eee , aover | Mazscders, net We - oe natural processes of safe and rapid repair.
same time took major points it CHARLES DANIEL pine ; ivisi txceedingly proud of him. There will be a table tennis
this game. On the first Satur- S The world’s light heavy-weight Second Division He boxes like ERNIE ROD- tournament between a Combined
day Boys’ Club scored 197 and Inch Marlowe Wirs champion has to be bullied into Colltigs vs. Lodge at Coleg FRICK, and has never been beaten to. and an Advocate’s Sports 4 °
St. Matthias replied with 60 for es = : ‘ fighting him—talk about a shot- Umpires; C. Archer eae Boo his dozen fights, up here. You Club team on Monday, September
1. On Saturday St. Matthias only , Inch Marlowe took full points gun match—the world’s middle- Umpires: C. * fan put him down as a certain 59 at 7.30 p.m. at the “Advocate” ‘
reached 176 and at the drawing ‘rom gp aaee ore im weight champion looks as though ba Pidiewiakn ht future champion. Club Rooms, THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
of stumps the second innings «! Inch Marlowe replied with he js contemplating retirernent _ Windward — vs. | pug! iy
Feore of the Boys! Club was 10 ced foe ae in Theis een) rither,. than fight Turpin for Windward Umpires: K. Sely FORGETFUL SOXER ~ *
for 1. For St. Matthias Apple- l“psed for 29 in ‘e\r second third time, so now it is left to the #224 B. Downes. ' ETE /ATERMA iama ings
Whaite scored 31, V. Taylor 27. innings, thanks to good bowling ¢lgssical, but cloutless Angelo to ; at Erdis aioe car Weree ™ lights | Dia md K
Sobers took 5 for 54 and L.wis performances of Best 3 for 10 step in where angels have feared , Erdiston vs. Leeward at Erdis- ¢ Ab Bil ht 7479 LOURS L. BAYLEY
3 for 56 nd Drakes 7 for 18. Inch Mar- to tread, ton: Umpires: O. Murray amd welter-weight boxer, is in trouble. Bolton Lane }
lowe scored 9 for 1 to win the K. Quintyne. Returning from training with his ‘
Penrode took first innings lead match Ww Up Bout Central vs. Wanderers’ at Caius BC club-mates, Peter left 4
from Telephone with scores of Shamrock and Cambridge arm-Up ue Vaucluse. Umpires: S. Beckles lis eee See eke eae. U NE UALLED
95 and 63 for 6 declared against fought an interesting duel im George will provide a perfect and R. Parris. bem, Gouth—snd Wouly be grats- i
Telephone’s 69 which Shamrock emerged the warm-up for Turpin, for his ‘ ful for its return, is fi
Rangers “B” scored an out- victor, Shamrock were all out in correct boxing will ‘make the _Combermere vs. Empire at Waterman is off to box for for keeping dogs it
right victory against Advocate. their first innings for 98 and Leamington boy display all his Combermere. Umpires: J. Bowen London against perlin soct—snd +
: : : ; ; é s08 y play : the prospect of training with Oe experts all over the world know
Advocate in their first innings Cambridge replied with 82. In ski and J. Lewis. k P 8 ;
4 } kill, But I cannot see Angelo a heehee . . use Benbow’s Dog Mixture.
totalled 145 and Rangers replied their second innings K. Smith avoiding the Turpin guillotine for Foundation vs. Y.M.P.C. ,t makeshift boots, trunks, gumshield |
with 284, Mason 92, Pinder 59 pointed the way with a very 15 rounds, Foundation. Umpires: A. Hate- “Nd headguard is grim. To keep your dog in good health despite ury- i
O Allms 9, Norville 2 5 whict ¢ ig —f,.8.8 ing weather conditions there is nothing better
not out, Allman 39, Norville 25, valuable 54 which enabled his 1 must say I am rather baffled wood and B. Clarke. m* | than Benbow’s Dog Mixture. For well over '
and Denny 26 being the best side to reach 172. Making a bid at Johnny Arthur’s luck in get- te B centusy Is bigs been seegknieny a Meneae i
batsmen. Advocate, however, for victory Cambridge could only ‘ting the “plum” of an Empire title tle a erie, ae San seid Temas i
collapsed in their second innings peach 155. Smith again was in fight when one remembers that ey a ¥ and. tonic ingredients, it works aru
for 32 against the attack of the news taking 3 for 46 and only three months ago the not a ANY cooling the blood and preventing th t0
Gittens 2 for 4, Denny 3 for 11 Clarke 4 for 47. particularly skilful Trinidad | dd dogs in hot climates. Whatever breed
and Norville 4 for 10. Chamber- Lancashire defeated Maple. heavy-weight Ansell Adams — |
lain defeated P.M.C. with | 4 Lancashire took their over week himself eligible for an Empire ! oes oe 7
score of 149 against 95 and 43. score to 121 for 8 and gave title—outpointed him comfortably | eee? an
‘ 7 Maple 70 to avoid defeat. Maple at the White City.
The Middlesex vs Liberty wie dismissed fie SS
game was left drawn, Middlesex a: codes Frank Johnson is nat at
- s certainly a ne
For 140 and Liberty replied with Inf ion O eqaident young man in tackling | £06 oness . BENGALINE HANDBAGS
a ) v otal 4 eiAbe
107. Middlesex second innings orniation PAL Cantor he is taking on 8 man
resulted in 47 runs, Hope taking e r who beat both the previous hold- (Gros-grain Material)
Stor 34. taberty with 38 to Indigay Tour To WAL. ¢5.0t,the British os, ote tie. of beef ‘Xnous DOG MIXTURE ‘ocktails — Weddi
make were 45 for 9 when play * cr Govern—although Tides totias FAMOUS Cocktails — Weddings
ended. Rudder took 5 for 27 and Early Next Week a aus elanhaétintibes ead Informal Evening Wear
Harding 3 for 10 : therefore, involved no title. ind ‘
Leeward Victories Sir Errol Dos Santos, President Still, it’s good to see our cham- You can taste the richness of plims lean beef eur ar: Ye, e
of the West Indies Cricket Board pions in action, if only to prove n Bovril. You can fe 5 7
f 3 n feel the benefit that comes t Very Attractive Styles <
Two victories were registered of Control told the Advocate that that the increased tax hasn’t yet rom taking Bovril it cheers you whéh you" i 0 Oi ylee: me Attractive Styles and
in the Leeward Division, Cy- the Board hopes to give a release completely blanketed the game. eethig Jow and veiwiulites tha asuce ee t a wide colour range to...
clone went down to defeat simultaneously to the colonies con- ee E ulates the appetite and the it ou suffers choose from
against New Standard in a game cerning the forthcoming India tour Now A Dog ‘gestion to keep you fit and well. In all savoury dcinte: ste, seo!
in which second innings wickets to the West Indies early next week. be tne 5 emer tn] ishes, in sandwiches and as a nourishing drink, It shows vour 5! e
fell cheaply. Cyclone’s first ir He said that professionals had ¥ 4 ein e MrRe 1S bare es Hovril gives you the concentrated goodness of beef. fn peisoned thre
nings score was 60, to which New been invited to take part in the cate N 0 ete ea Sn se Other aymptoms Red, Navy, Black, White,
Standard replied with 87. Cy- tournament. Fees had been fixed * ee ‘igt ee % ie * . en Kidney ete G reen. B
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Romans moved to the top of P.W.1LA, last night for Trinidad, "ame, for the heavier American and Uri System In two hour:
the Championship ‘Table in the Sir Errol is a Director of Messrs ®0!ng has normally been aetna | | ver Seer arr eae 00 I says AUNT CHLOE
Central division with a 24 mm Alstons Ltd. He expects to return Mlack = nee. wee yg Bo | | 2% Gets rid on health-destroyine
"tay age s Thite > . on Pi saat ac t re, e ritis, > deadly poisonous acids with whir * *e Y
Vietory against White Rose on Wednesday cnaiae Sx Dike Veet fe Ee gS RA always use PETER’S COCOA
Romans batted first to score 105 e 8. Strengthens and reinvigorates t}).
and White Rose were skittled Black Mire, a Derby finalist and | gee of disoase-attack on th: -
out for 40, Blackman taking 4 Ww ATER POL Os St. Leger winner in 1951, will at | delicate filter organism, end stir, : ‘
for 2 and Waithe 5 for 3) shave least have some British support. | ulates the care area ne
Romans in their second inning McAllister and Toseland are al- | Praised Chemists, onc is
were pinned down to 78 anid : . aid ain? | One-time Sufferers
White : Prantinn Matches ready in the States, and Captain} cystex is approved by Doctors a1!
ite Rose sensing a chance ot John Jolliffe, the Wembley racing WHITE HORS | chemists tn countrios and Sr ene
victory made a valiant effort but manager and British agent for the } Ume wuttevers from ee trouble»
failed by 24 runs, scoring enly Tomorrow race, joins them next Week. \ | wore 1 les esa hee wai,
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here will be practices for both Amateurs ?
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analysis of 10 for 37. This vic- ,;orpew—Sunday-—at the Barbados _ Final comment on the Olympic | . fC sitne inhi tell | Gystex worked with me ceem elmo: {
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WHATS ON TODAY i lui cniMnn *<* a-ai • lVlTW||,1, t'nekat laiiu ground* %  Un. i*li %  Divafttn I • p.n,. AivanaPo" Band ml Hasldwat •perM l.ua % %  Pi — J "balaat DM arnnai it at i !oi U>a ful'irv In ih fllif mi An,! tha Good that I can do ESTABLISHED 1895 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS YESTttDAY S WtAlMER REPORT %  mm Io*r Sunrua: T a.m. SUMS* a Moon Na' uah'.iM soa pi mt> TMa ISM Lo TW. B4 ajn %  J ir )M W.I. SEEK TRADE ASSURANCE FROM U.K. Letter Sent To "Times" By W.I. Delegates In London Last Night's Boxing STO llll. I MM II (From Our Own Correspondent) U >NDON, Sept. M BEFORE LEAVING ENGLAND UM Wan LDCUMI delegates to the Canada-V. Trade Talks drafted a letter to Ttw Ttam ii wu published tins nwrniri tha Hftnaturc of Messrs Burke, Bualsunante, Campbell, Qomaa, Kirkwood. EUataevar, Rofainaon and Alan Walker. It calls for an assurance that the British Oowremern is i\"\ plaiinlJl|| to abandon the principle of guaranteed markets :a raaaon abla pricag tor Colonial producers. And the gtgnatoriei state plainly that a* %  raaull ol n.. cussions earlier this month they formed the imp: that such was Britain' intention anept bl tha nigajr. The letter caUl %  : %  i late Mr. i %  Ul wholeIn favour of hulk purbi %  : lhat in a number of rases bulk purchase had m bortng il laa. man world %  in othai wafda" say the auMr Stl %  have always claimed— ruuaalj that a system of purchase deeadi aflectlvely placed n celling on the prices of certain colonial products in the .'the United Kingdom consumer, must be ado so as to provide a future pricefloor for staple exports in the Interest of Colonial peoples." S.Africa Doing More ThanAny Other Nalion" TORONTO Mr. A Rat High Commissioner suid Friday bis I doing more f o uny other govemincni Roberts said in n s p ee c h to the Canadi.ii: I'more housing: and more opportunities weir being pr %  lfi.ooo.oon blacks than bra. He said he hoped to "put mv fallow COUnUynMB "• %  < %  step nb.>v.> crbnJnati and even one Communist* TtkM muoh propaganda an, countr> r laws' and eat o little 11 known about ii" the South African Government spent elOM to S2S.000.Onn m education—three times the amount s|>ciil six ft He urged Canada to I from South Africa pointing out that trade has droppwl with this country comtderably. In tha last 10 yejiiQueen Mother To Open Rhode* Inhibition LONIXJN, Sept. 2(1. Queen Elisabeth, the Queen Mother i* expected to arrive in j Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, about the beginning of ncxi July W opvu the Central African Rhodes Centenary Exhibition at Bulawayo. This information wa given at a press conference here to-day by Sir Ellis Robins. Chairman of the Board at the Rhodes Centenary Exhibition. Sir Kills *aid the announcement of tinQuean's visit had given them "great heart" and her part In the of7Wi.il of* would be On clunaa of the vast three-mouth exhibition. The Exhibition would be opvi. publtu about three or row waakj earlier. M Contracts with commercial and Industrial exhibition, made it necessary to open on June 1 the date planned before the announcement of Queen Elizabeth II*s coronation. I P What Policy ? The letter asks what poUcj the 6 resent Government will pursue. 'ill there be a return to cutthroat competition or is there a genuine intention to provide an assured market for Colonial produce on a basis which will secure tnk advancement in tba twrltarlsaT 'An the colonies to be sacrificed to rioctrii;.iin %  >lM '(i |i ns to bulk purchase at reasonable prices?" The author:, conclude by statIbat at the forthcoming Commonwealth economic confer--' '' anca financial and tradtnl direct 1> affecting tin thdnl gbkudards of millions of colonial peorha colonlet wilt have no direct L.ticui .it ihis conference. The Colonial Oltire will look after colonial Interests "But", the li-lir eooobsdag, "taa Colonial Office Intervention is always subject to a general policy laid down by the Oovernment of the United Kingdom. What this policy Is and whether it Is the prescir I 'i.'-t,i' markets at reasonable prices for we don't know. We seek an early and unequivocal ilatement A fai i %  School. S %  I tfena aw : %  %  %  ISO lbs.i %  %  to* lbs.. %  %  Harold Lot %  i.out Lion I %  P. C. S. V a-id Major K t fo—ph Tudor, Jnr MrTrygve Lie Will Resign In 1954 I'NITED NATIONS. New York, Sept 26 H ul Mr Trygvt • (••elded to step down from his MO.uOO a year United Nations post on February I. 1954 ..( the tOd of n three-year extension of his term and retire t< Norway sraa disclosed by pcrsoti' %  the muni .if Norway': Foreign Minister He luw been boss of the 4,000 man U.N. Sec• 'ince lfl46. FKOm U.I. {t( IMTKM& Stevenson Prefers Clark Gable New York: \[\.-. rli wing ., m of himself at 4 political 1 %  i. ttsada for the purliinnjgn the country. Pr< didata A on sighond said: 1 .-.till ., Cable better. Tel Arty; Tlu If' .cnt, which rations I-quarter of a pound of meat a lonth and no i alicep and 200 lbs of rice for the e'uht hour celebration of a mimh peace fca-t in Vi '"I ''IT: and the family of a fcloi In the communal cl.isheln April Sydney: A Sft ggeaoi In a window display dstwad it wny out of a sack as n lag taken by ear thr< cltyV main streets. It snapped at driver'Ieir>. ton hiclothe-made him "werve on to the fontp.th. The driat r bolted When |h| hick the crocodile Wl fi.nt ^rat Tt took iblOtM, nrmeH with ood. to i*ennto> ft 9m < 7HB lasf^Tl J| BBBBBI 1 -j** L t 1 ^BBBBBBBBV 1> BBBBBBBBBBSBBV %  BVC ^BBI assP asssi P^ m £* % %  %  Ba-i m m ^^m BBBBsV. 1 SST BBBBBBfeJI t ^" aaaaMaSBBBBBBft Ju %  .rvlaasBBBBl r' aSBBBBBSBBaSsl BSr^aa few^V Btaaal 1 mtui"ii Uoidsf 114" UM. p walltlm into a clinch In taelr flght at tHa Modern High Bcbool last night b. tha Amateur Rom HE >'in,tl' Ohakton UnMar won the Igat on palnta Rrferca Mattel !• French Accused Of Hiding Kesuoiisibilii^ roui ON s. pi n Al |R1 i.. ... isod today id IryinK i' I," : "" accident to subILG. And U.S.A. Sign Part On Airfield i tin* nfi'iliitirranaan with i \uroi.smi Ihih ... I ii''ivls at: UM v.us %  mi* .id "in H raoai ivad suddenly and tha crew had get,ing >ck to the surf%  tsaaaa uh have bean I tarnai i N ilbi I undej lyinu cruanad under let. farniaai Qavtal Searetary „ hrom Part join Pie i Mb] lie 48 in. . Til black out had driven Ld bfiiifj n Gold Valued At $350,000 Disappears TO: • S350.000 ilnlen lid mil belli • %  Ihfm ?" P „| d which .1. IRAN'S PREMIER GREETS SCHACHT iKoncrrowN. i;<; Sept. 26 A Cototria] Secretariat com, -iay that %  B.O fllllMIIIIIMll -H the U.£ ... !,, ^^ions of Atkin%  I !• not required for ei\ %  been made i B.O.i i ni (of %  i ."ural use pending he conclusion ,,f a formal igraa •Hint between Mis Majesty's Gov.; %  Ihl I" S mmting on the agreenant, W •• n, *i S • ipiril I •ion which characterise.tionshlp bet* l i ommon%  %  I %  nafl ii'i.i Chailes N i i batsd d Hold unguai I • r • • and a l %  tow %  %  I C A IP' Emperor 9 Aide Visaing hi Spain Hurricane In Atlantic Tha Oovernment i> in formed that thare la m tiopl cal dlatnibance In tha AUan li> Tindmturbsne* Is as petted to paas icsta M0 u ion mil. dae north of Bar .adoH. and It la aot anUciaataal that Uic I-land will be. laMM U.K. WiLL REJECT ULTIMATUM %  Ii.' Bup-cement IH advantaicto both sides since n • leased areas available ft East German S hops Or dei*ed To Be Seized IIEKI.IN. Sept id. •sun ml %  d -i lad •'• .* : rtnaa 'ioveimnciit hit oat ,1 lad shops, last slrongh"M ol ivata enterprise in the Suviei MHinims o|>ened | HHI ign in the Soviet sector of Berlin wtttetl the eastern state has i. • i will bacom f .ocirilism." Bruno Baton Baal Barl economic i Lii I oidered tin %  .ml. tntlon of soonino ratatl busineaai' iTirludlng rest'Mtant". Uiokloras, barber shops and grocery .oid batcher attops. he owners wen indent! ruin the shops over to the state immediately which will administtl them under trie state' u lion." The "trade organb i ataOB," poptlaWt) known as the %  ,.,. hat vwllowci MOM ..•nt. of retail bu^met* Cast German> cam pii ign appeared Ignad to PUMM all rri I Icr 1te nwnershlp —I'.P \ if need should • %  .• %  tha colony to %  sag from them rinldad and Antigua also coned similar arrangements. COaDlUCREiTlNOS.it. .x.l.-,, arSelUMBl daft).'.' I man "financial wizard." arrives from Barlui for a bcdslds conference ha Tehran with Iran's ailing Premier Or Mohammed Mossadegh. Africans Raid Farms NAll eluded burning of hi/ Afiu., 'if and attacks a in Nanyuki area leav. tie dead or dyipt %  Council hen uding two women -nd ing an emergency debate on the Ihn atrgsettMS of the Mau Mau—thejhi secret societywhich i* pledged.br I to oust the white man bOWl people who are Police salrl Mau-M • been to sponsible for the raid which %  • '.n.'!t they have drown".• %  --4 hut burnings, 12 assaults, one church desecrated %  -Titsslon attacked". Davies condemned "exaggerated press report.'." but claimed that "> bring the present measures beimpaign. Ing ruined by unrest and violence he said. —U.P. near Mount K< miles from Nairobi. The raiders number 14 •: elled cattle with knives or split open their head". One cow m found wtl farm store was set %  I rribod tn Mau-Mau wench InI King Frinal Visits Hydro-Electric Power Project %  %  North o! S I 1 ao-electrlc Board and •ear Glen-agles %  %  Regard ol % %  dul mh ^•••riine Ca tl< and li %  King Felsal ar.,n Tues.! of the British Ooven.%  '• • agave with • Bl %  ] %  i h I Mossadegh lal.l down >i %  %  nons "n %  British have .... most of Iran' %  Dai i %  I >ing along lb The doc Tha doctoi saying that h< t a patrol o %  %  %  | lunch with th. -• went off a few %  for help lor said he atari •Me police pn %  al ini D tha ground thai %  •• II itorv I!. '.ours later %  not been l f Volcanic Reef Off Japan Explodes TOKYO, S. | T1IK VOLCANIC KEEF whli last week bcli-hmii fire and smoke exi !.! of nilphul sla'h. acatlmnij flvi the JBP.IMCS.' Sinvcy Mission. The namcl Myojln ippMWd J<)0 miles south ,1 Tokyo in u Mart\ Sacked For Seeing Sabotettn iptlOB boata turned away V %  olcano bel'-hrllowl v. Ii .Hi .mil M.I i i u-ad for a mile nda last week, then Mew thag %  afyojin Raat Thi I 'id.Lot UM I ' whit it in S.-,.tiinbc, 17 wap vi.U.on. .. .i 1 : rtJsssra H t was aceu* 11TH Jlli I | ban hi i Parly's fo it 1 One nl M **•• %  %  ona agam" Pill -ime ttme thai %  none] wither Marts nd ,h iv%  %  %  [ the! i r i Textile War Forecast TOKYO, Sept. 2d loxttlc circles today I ..Ul 'I, Xtllc V Bl khsta aivd Japan a* ti roof the HiiHtnii, Dril I II HI coniWaaat'l which ended|Hafb V^arning Of Possible Bad Weather I M r '.,;,-.. u Ma U r %  ren i .i <|it rkl Tii^ action '.• !! %  ,'. %  11 firmed Man v i ning ttu Hai sTlthln DV ; Brltata uld Miffei si *''•• TI | .,„. lumbarya i am hai a nreuUtiuii of over \ mitn kcp h:il)1 „, I tggiotm .aid .otloii men .v %  i al least that ii nftrencw Wi dhi •0*M WfshQOt r.'-tMrtimis icdiiy afteriKK.n gftai Uw ng placed on Japan's produehng openrd a th i M en ports. Bueh r.^trictionsjBhiw. had been feared here i In the u' 'll taatlia m n in repotted ••> bg -npticnl abou' II "f the coi" %  ltd by BO deh nlili" — vr. Might drt/7li-s Showers Improve Canes %  result of njrl dUrifl J •old the • day %  %  %  rainfall WO I vious year's due main 1 long dry spell %  *tfll make a 'air r-rop and might v I tons of sugar. This ami the 19*2 crop which ylellad lhat ground I 1 id also fjffered sever i<'va.loped as thM • n a of the \"H' and tlif yield wouW probably • .rmal pratatit timi 4 %  -< %  < % %  potatoc 'lie marke' . %  • ,• |.. Increased i the town BBBrkag garden %  %  -'ring beans. the nippiv wag 'Ml va-y limited and tha retail price rerr.3ir.ed high. Vine Rescued From Ice •Cap 1 iHNfl N. *f.mndlaiii. Ss-j.t 2b. rj i day* in north %  i' r ofaear< %  i bisM ni nortli. I The news was %  I • % % %  i two-word i -age from Thnle AJrtsase \n *afr • ill were avail • ii*plana hut it is be%  (' %  plain Praticis O. Hurnett. Jun :' Melnwe. Mim;irhtis<" 1 \ • i had bam Uvlna la tl I • i a." of the Itoyal An I i plane smee It crushed on ping sup* • :.' fl ey "pent s In which II lha tioniHgHi i .< in An Fane offlcei Bfl off on Wedm %  n Albatrnss Amphibl.n 1 % % %  tnke-off equip% %  daW Trinidad Has v 5m. Trade Deficit >r-SPAIN, Sept. 25 rsHbla trade ,lrir,r.' or more than tVQOO.000 foi the flrsl eight 4 thiyoair The value %  ports from January !lM,170.Sn against I DU imports -Cf. ciqcrtdie tv^ >nt



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SATIRDAY SEPTEMBEI tl. 1M2 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE TK Marryshow Tells Of Agenda Battle ro mMkt Only One Agenda *===Trinidad Bakers Likely Was Put Forward *£££ To Call Protest Strike I E rm Out Ova lurrr~p.nid.-nt > SJl VCB IT! USH Recital A fair rowu listened on Mon.FuHi.K'S Sep: 23 HON. T A. MARRYSHOW. CRF, Deputy President ''.< %  Legislative Council. hw> told 111 .in mtr-ivirw with The WMI Indian of hi* association with the recent confruncc oi Windward Islands elected Icfialatori .summoned by Hon E. M Gairy and about which (here has been day night to .. creditably aneitfM considerable discussion as a result of allegations made in recital of Organ music given b> St. Lucia by Hon. Dr. Carl LaCorbinlere ihat main work ljo '•' D ninkf of Barbados at of the conference was consideration of a number of "priv'"' SI ,i,, "'*' ehuit*. The proiW'vt-s' fen elactJvdi —— S^" 1 * %  *_ .?* r !f? — including When the LaCurbinivrc revel;.gO %  • ptorlurcd ,n thf T I*PI1 Q/ll O Tl C Press here. Mr Gir> wrote .. "* ^IlttlUctllO • %  mal. Mining Dr. LaCOTiiniere prevented which contained i. bead "legislators' Privilege Must Work Together f:om Mendelssohn's Xrid and 5th sonatas, and D Back. Chopin 4iid Ru. %  hni.ttuimrt Also playi pieren—"Qiitetudt-' 1 and The IiviUvtiff—!* %  part" — i-ompoioi bj Burin Mi %  .it ('ndnuBtnn CbBjfa, Among those li-leimiy wc-nF Burfce, the p ar Iw f m art brother, .ind n r> Pigaoti and K H. Browne both Barbadian*, and or Mastersi the Grammar School. Piccott j..Inert the Grammar School lust August Freedom of Movement In an mten en trltJi ihe Editor West Indian over thin oi tha uendaa," Mr Mar%  --.d One Agenda and %  *•t?*aJ&.£r 'ff?t* i* ne was there at the con„ iT G *ORGES, Sept 22 %  Vn-ixe It ,, unfair. | put it "'"""castin* '> 'he people moot n.ildl>. that what r-munated I'LL""?, 8 J'^'day afternoon, II frwn Dr. Lat'orbinlerc of St. tl "J' l,cn l r > %  *" bett Arundi-ll Luna should have been mode to , wna L hc ca,lp d "an appr.d IHNT to be the iiRend.i It was I J*J h *"•* of ,ndu *try to pull not Were it so. I never, never ^^ ,0r ,helr ow K od nd would have consented to open the ,, aood * Grenada." conference I do concede the pos, Ba ' %  wounding the occasion h ; .* Mbihty thai in the secret sessions ^Hk "li^T 1 J* 11 ?, of scatter..! when the item Legislators' Pnv,lr,Re n the agricultural induli\ the agenda was reached ? fc w ^" ? s indl !" *ona of a demand ?Ssssss £?x*sg. sa^" SJ&S^?* T, ^-'^T r T r ntion I attended nOOa of the munl !" n " to the Prase, hw urn Sin*** '^ lucal teacher, have (From Our Own CorreporC:' nelchhour may bi | llM •\jr\ its e of the doing imr regard by the department Ifl %  strongly ODOOMI roR j-vr.Ait rovtsi Daphne W:.tt> and PatffrJl kMnentary school teacher* left the COlotij by the l.nd|i RoifHcu on Wednesda> for a two ear course at the Qovcrnmenl none •cret sessions I opened the con%  bought I made a good job of it. and in politeness remained till the public businef; of the day ended. Two Condition* There were Iwo conditions on Which 1 gave conseni to dedaru the conference open in that I been properl} placed before any '" %  '" -*"t to Trinidad fV ^ t,n S th ^ lr '" %  tr training dJMS IMS. '•> "(>ectancy of a decent Government" of its recomrmnd..' *•<• idea of operation tlons on flour supplies At meeting, ton. a member will b) "elected to visit Tobago to aroueu"unaQUivocall] opp< ed to die raising of money hi way ilnre any form of gamMm %  was detrimental to the charade. bour living ; %  unVied In. form equally i asji Both jidushile im.run'n.i ( i dill TO MIDI M.I i. u i M Kosmuml Shilliugrord and Helei hinrt the strike Idea ore obviously '" ,'^„ TTS.-i*c . those wlw want to monopolise the 7, lhP A " l can Church Hour market hv making the oakers demand one brand of flour only. % if \ it l FIRST PRIZE I on these, that when the also concern of the emplo; lice the agenda and (2j thai th.ro "7 ,;,l,rd *<* be nothing about the conference ?i wage? and conditions of emArmour are leaving on Monday which would savour of disloyalty P*y mcnt w *"> naturally a Aral by the *.*. Cotombie for Jamaica. to the queen. So insistent was ^L CC !" i_ ,h -*_ Wor M !" ,id ". WM where they intend studying medicine at the University College of the West Indies. Both girls had bnllianl essnMrs Vnd'work-."^'"'^ f .!" C S2EK H ""' have different vlew*!?^ 00 !' W J'T!"" ? oU ?' m d "** n which saOB %  *"••' allowed to aUeim last resort they both had a comOf %  "!' %  School to do Pure Scimon interest in the prosperity ofaenc to School Certificate standthi> Industry In which thev were*ard as %  eience bj not taught al engaged. il ConvgOt Excellency had been asked „'.? fn j£V/ f,pec,al V' n, n J '"' %  t R<>-mund |i T),C .laughter Of Ml .. ib. —#_ ^ ..4 #— "I Excellency said, "because .and Mrs. T I) Shlllingford. Mr. oien the conference but. for think had good reaVonTo, State I Grenada', moment of madness las', rea for n tun?fe %T he ^ "£ h, gron. tans to t h J it WI1 ,,, urhlrh COUnU 7 • %  • Wble ., ,,. m ,:;:,.l'T M : h v!.S %  —m„„„, *, |Shilllngfoid i.. a leading uui.luni .and manager of the Dominica ..infhrlal political conference !" ^X^gJ?"** party-labeUsd There ,|M pOSslbllltta! of embarasslng circumstances. NevertlnlBJ Deputy Presideni ol the LsgtalattaasoM taj£rieh of the Bata shoe Co. •vi Helen Is the daughte, ,f Dr. and hich most ofi" !" F A "", ur 1)r i !" 2 you live by. took the hardest knockl ^.."J -J" r' a *^ J* all. because the two (des of Pnter. One of h ^oie. I irty" ndustrv lost confl ich A """"i left last nuott) for l thei That lusof conlldenca Unlv.-rdly In the Unite,! King-,..hi.r^ I .hn 0 l,V .. „,!,.„ ...I '""'' rllJ 'OW "' one side or the Another of the Doctor's sons hopes i just an Unofficial Mcmbci i.f the Grenada Executive and Legislative Councils, plainly that I belong to no |,arty hen-, m St Vincent St. Lucia oi Dominica. Kach Had Agenda lrrespiiasihle Action Examples of "irnsponslbl rsfloi ..f %  „; Sir Robert adoption by emplo> hand or antagonist ards trade unions to go to England next vear read law. OR ( OIIRINGTON COLLEGE f an off-l Also having by the Colombia ttttude to-taon Momlay i> Clifford .1 Norns, the calling 1 ,who goes to Codrlngton College A syndicate of five. Including > Port -of -Spain druggist are holders of the ticket Z7.2507 which drew Hope Dawns, winner of the two-shilling sweepstake run in i-onneetlon with the recently concluded Santa Rosa four-dav race meeting. The -vndtrale was organised by a regular ticket seller named Marcano. Mr. Victor Pot In. the druggist, does not know who are the other four shareholders In the $37. 920 sweep prise Mr Potin. who is married but has no children, has been buying sweepstake tickets for "quite a long time" He is happy to share In the prlre money but would not iey how he proposes to use It. II-HOITR CARNIVAL A feature of the Colony's celebrations connected with the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II next .lune will be an IB-hour carnival. Items of the long celebrations programme Include a week's holiday for schools, a public holiday wttn full pay and fireworks Government has appointed a l^rge Coronation Conmlttoi rabout 50) which has boon divided into live Mib-commlttees to yards, Writing In the Septet | of the "Diocesan Magazine, orgic Anglican Church in the lolony. the Right Rev D J Wilson. Bishop of TrlnMad. suggest"There are other methods b* which we should be gl:.. charge our social obligation* lb Lordship writes "Our socbi life is a round of pleasure gj sport, raffles. bingo jackpots, sweepstakes. cocktail partlc dances and fetes following or e aao'her like wave upon wave, (Of no other reason than that coiitalned In the inimitable Trlnld; I expression 'For so" After stating: "I am no Puritan the Bishop wrote frankly I" belo en, kk* *nt. "thai amuai ment and social activities have %  Ood-given part to play in human life I will not condemn a thii %  because I believe that the Chun .> must show its rightful use II IVron Spurns Foreign Aid BUBNO0 tnU?& %  J.i in reran has i i,;n tecbni\rgintma "We are asking the people %  i rotroee beeasj < nb tturaugH i raossid ul be sohtavt i Tnursday %  Ron mtnj lechnteal and ecorwoah ilsl W ki on lbs pries fa mat kind of %  our berdw ho rt a ttana to peoph to i bad ejmltan "We are Sating 'he IIIP*I •imeis %  u %  hsiri i oi —r.r DEFENCE MEETING ENDS HONoi.l LO, ft asoottag b) the mlUtan i I ..ill fiul t-ls> %  nd it ami b uoirsd ptari • bsi bet n Bsnnulated ( i %  o-operstivs of lh< Mutual Defence Pad IT World Cotton Talks End IIUXTON. England. Sepl :'The International Cotton Con fen nee In Hi closing i VOatad on Thursday that the ebv i.Siltt-lualtng countrliM %  Umil' their Joint exi-rt> foi lUSS will total alnwMi H.IMHI OOOIKMI Mjaars of a strike by workers or by thelrftc pursue studies hi theology I remained lor the rest of the union before all other means ofjjNnrris. a keen footballer. ha : afternoon's formalities, including settling the dispute have beenjrepresented the island in football passage of the Resolution of Loy,r,# 1 fr 0 several occas: ..It. Every member present had Hp Pointed out that an agrieul-S Other Mudcuu going abroau |or bsfore him an agenda exactly as lur l lrike WM /" m realities of change." to undertake these duties. 2.70 inches were r*cOrderi i the I9th at Roseau. September is within the hurr.and is usually a month of storms. On Septemtx-i 1st last year the southern part of Dominica was hit by the tail of a hurricane which did considerits arrangements for firewoilc church services, parades, school activities and a Red House tchief Government building) reception 'in Coronation Day. It is expected that the Governor. Sir Hubert Ranee, will an side at the Red House function On Coronation Day, too, the k95,000 Princess Elizabeth Horn, for Handicapped Children fund' for construction <<{ which were subscribed by the public, will h* opened, there is to be a Government house dinner and church services will synchronise with the Coronation Ceremonv • Westminsu-i Abbey l i ( V CHIEF REfllGNK Mr Harold J Page, Principal o/ the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. whose resignation was announced last week, will l>e % %  e-iirnlng tn Tnnidad on Septem-' ber 25 in the %  i. CotOmbie. rtill be iri lunpsMSfl by Mrs | Page with whom he ha* been leave in England Mr Page will ba remaining Trinidad less than a month for hc has lo leave again on October 20 \ for Rome to take up an appointment with the Food and Agricul-1 lure Organisation of the united j Nations Organ Western European < uuiitrieit h'.l with an estimate of 1,700.000,001 roa followed t. Bfn with i,35o,ooniM)o uid .i.ipan will i 100,000.000 India's estimate wan 1,000.00'' f>nn and the US. waa last on the vith 725.000.000 squni e yard. .. eiro Ab.-. leader of U.e JM Mm delegation m his speech '• %  Ii the session, suggested thai the estimated export* wenno' Die last word. "It is osjrwnalj ..ifhcuit to make i ny dspgnnaWi %  st mate if mm sxamlne lbs sstl •nates objectively they no Mont leave a great deal fur fuitle i %  mUny and invesligollun —r.p GIARANTKMl lltslrx U iitrli. s I1IAMONI1 KINGS If you knew her secret you, too, could be more charming, lovely, attractive lot oflrrxloig odour ip.ul jour riKuiaT sod the mi is Odo-Bo-Nt Bsssst fresh i O Odo-Ro-No tufti* Mops '! % %  radon and odour for a lull '' hours. • Odo-Ro-No stays ensmy longer nevrr gsti grliry evsn in opta m • No deodorant crMm is so harmless io fabrics as Odo-Ro-No. • No deodoraui cream is gtnder io even Mniiilve sklo. sod Tl Is so •asp to us* ODO-RO-170 >rganis;i tions No i been eacpent banana culU\ nigh wuids ha I this month. YOU, too, can have a FIGURE MEN ADMIRE OBI fcopr • Wnpl*. ttttwmyu, kfl lh ki*. In.. I-...-< JM or ssr. SOTI ,...1*1 1-M.i tfcnei. BMrwUoui Hw y Owihtlr vmafal I.. m."*.., A • la-a* asy Jxiina or i-r-m tiMimivad tbtomim.lahKi.HiMh>* ladafSjassrSi | S.I I -^1-. ... | SB %  : v., :,.. BABY IN THK TROPICS NKEDS EXTRA RESISTANCE TO TRYING CLIMATIC CONDITIONS U/> Give him GLUCOSE with VITAMIN D Jig S hatc ana tasteless fish-liver oil, this fine ody builder mixed in baby's feeds and sprinkled over his cereal, will keep him strong and happy always. by 1MB \ Moon Lid., Losdn t* IMIIOVIHIMI TIIAIll.Vt; OIII'OK \l ION I Til. TH. 38* Stocked by:J. I. !.:r.l r Hi(h Slrrf' ..mac. Empire Phammrv. Tudor Slrerl. II I. Ilut-on. Tudor Slrwt. Rock'. Dnif Storr Tud-.i Slrr.' Bra i'l Street -I It 1'I.AHKE. St Jnmet Kl %  Street. Ttlgrim. Progresalve i na sy. Nelson Street. %  nnasy, Tweedside Kd. ca-T' Drug Store A A Browne. Eagle Hall F. S. Olton. Swan Street; Hinds a Co.. Roebuck Street H. C. Walk**. Tudnr Stre*' A. V Jones. High Street I P. A. Clarke. Cos: Stoute** Drug Sto %  poli tan Pharmacy Roehu.k Sti-aet C. C. Browne. Roebuck Street Intercolonial Pharmacy No. If, Swan Street M. FERGUSSON Tudor St Hi sei T^AMBLass 1 thousnads of i years it ass been fooosuasasssd by Doctors, Nurses. Hospttsl sod Sanstoru everywhers Thr reason i Simply thai h contains soluble laoocxeosote discovered in the Fantel laboiatorici — sod tbss mgredterii enters your bloods treem and jttacks the trouble at its fel lbat a whv Fsmel is weffccti.passkges sad sad why h sees so euickiy and so thoroughly Proai the hr* i dose Fsasrl cases the inflamed bron builds up of resistance while ii n des tr oy in g the germs which hive caused tha cough or cold The motoenc you tuspect 'Su, i nch i .ough or cold, take lasnel Syrup and you sriU have ttarted on the road to recover) Alstsys keep a bottle ia tha house FAMEL SYRUP Otr.ii able M two I Trmds f%./u 't*i a* •—Frank B. Armstrong LtsJ. BRIDGETOWN Famous throughout the Capitals of the World... WHITEWAYS CYDER A GOOD DRINK IN ANV CLIMATE C lie < J null \ OIICII And what a soothing and comforting one It Is J "That Cow & Gate Baby Powder Is really delightful," says Mummy. it seems to soothe and comfort Baby more than anything else." Yes, and it seems to soothe and comfort other people too." says Daddy, looking up from his paper with a smile. COW e. GATE FOR COMFORT I. CONTENTMENT J II. UWI CO.. LTD. — AfaMa from all points of view the worlds BIGGEST small-car buy! loll m ON (N.M. Mm %  Item w.-.. i—.— ...i 4 ran trill >a>a UiM • %  l T '•" I-SSM e** Mar* to • •n.all L Mflitj MT II'-F. Ih*l ar.M.^1, li *H S~ h %  • %  •*< *e*UVa (Ma* I...i..r> rr MA-U ji a. n t.lil — MORRIS . %  gBBBal^BBS'BkaBkaOBkBSka' ~£ sftUtunr' BIG — beyond belitf! FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 i



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I'A(.I lOlK BARBADOS ADVOCATE sATVBOAl -.1 .'TIMBER ;:. IM1 C-..^_V-v ADVOCATE ,..__. i .. r „—,, "• > • ~-fc c. Ma, M • %  ,,.,.,..„ Saturday, September 27. 1952 Our • ..IIIIII..U UerUugr — 2.1 !!_• I V. Hovva Charles I'ilc'lier Clarke t hi istian Welfare THE Y.W.CJL gfl Gr„i BriUta Ll runrUng an 11 wtks course at their College, Selly Oak. Birmingham beginning on January 13, 1953. 0 „ ( The course Is on tropical rural welfare and is intended especially (or the wives od British oflieuils and professional men goin^ tu the tropics and for all wives from the tropics accompanying their husbands !< %  England. Primarily intended for tropical needs in undeveloped rural areas the course include;, instruction in visual aids, drama and literature, cookery and nutrition, chile! care, food cultivation and co-operativ< principles. In addition optional facilities will be provided for a three weeks tour of small holder farms, womens' institutes and young farmers' clubs in Scotland or Northern Ireland. The course has been arranged in consultation with the Colonial Olliee, tth Colonial department of the University ol London Institute of Education, missionaty societies and the National Federation of Women's Institutes. In recent years the Y.W.C.A. has beer : in Barbados and not long ag< delegates attended a meeting of the Worl' Y.W.C.A. in Trinidad. No doubt the Selh Oak course was mentioned at this confer enoe and one would expect that wives b some officials are already making preparations to attend this courae during comini visits to the United Kingdom. Undoubtedly loo other non-official wive and members of the Y.W.C.A. throughou: the Caribbean will be interested in utteml ing a course which has been especially tit signed to meet the requirements of the are in which they live. Courses it need not be added cost mone; but the sum of £44 all inclusive for elevei weeks residence in college seems wel' within the capacity of even the Barbad<> Y.W.C.A. to afford for at least one of it members. If early applications were made now bi fore other colonial territories rush to taki up the available residential accommodatior. Barbados might be represented at this im portant course at a time when the need fo. leadership In the local Y.W.C.A. is openb admitted by its executive committee. On* is entitled to expect that there wouh be no difficulty in obtaining the iinane required for transportation and travel li and from Birmingham from public sub scription. There is every reason to hop. too that airline or steamship companie would offer special reduced fares to a lad; engaged in a work of such social impor' a nee to Barbados. If anyone is sceptical as to the necessi': for sound training in tropical rural welt..: a morning spent within range of the conversation of women Held labourers is to Ix recommended. It is not just a question o' bankruptcy of ideas and thoughts: th subjects chosen for discussion amonj. middle-aged women labourers are so Urvoid of any ethical or moral content H t< brood ill for the development of this islan< It is impossible to stress too often and to: strongly the urgent need for social work t' be carried on in the rural districts of Bar bados if that lull life which is ardenth praised by social reformers and champione by all men of goodwill is ever to b. achieved. The expansion of community centres housecraft centres and other superslruc tures, excellent as they are in thcmsrlv are only valuable if sure foundations m being laid at the lower level of field labourers, domestic servants, hawkers and Iht other professions which absorb the majority of Barbadian womenfolk. Barbados has no lack of social experts, adult cducat ionise and others who are so absorbed by the multiplicity and complexity of the pattern of Barbadian social problems that QMJ Vtt bemused into believing that only th< periphery can be touched. In consequent. social welfare work is in danger of becom ing a subject for squabbles among the sup porters of this or that social theory. What is wanted is a short, sharp turnabout and a recognition by all those wbflM interests are vitally connected with the type of womenfolk this island breeds that however much has been scratched on the surface of welfare work for women, their is a frightening leeway to be made up amon^ the classes whose levels of education prevent them from benefiting from the m women, Irresprelivr or riavs,; sonance. his LlWral sympathies. t ^ e r, Gladstone. colour Oi eTMd lJLJSi^S i his hlKh-mlnded patriotism, his *'*'" '"* fli stand shamed the K-vernment of dignified and Unposing appearp..rhais the greatest monument which he wms not then a In !" b r ; | ance, combined to give him a his memory ll the measurv Into .-c-ptlng an amendment thai txong hold on the public linagih ch h P i;„u-,t through the made the BUI a thoroughly dsjnoj nation. He had a UU and axis., tu in ttoduce Income Tax cratic measure. For the govern-. tocratlc figure "wrote a amto Barbados. Claiki had glwajri mem rwognHcd that hu arguinentator at the tune of his death frR ^ u w-f wron g that the men! was unanswerable and that, in 126. "a head well-shaped and UUnd snould „.| y on indirect the most nugniflcicnilv poised, and Uxatlon to . iu revenue. Tor his face commanded the Instant under hls % sltm tho masses of had championed. tftanttoa of the most casual by t t vf
  • lncu u!d be ta tSi^TS htv/Cn denounced by some as a danger: lace it fell on those ouj radlca ^ ^^ cou d public was in complete agreemrnt with the principle he •rity to address him as such to his )nlro duced face, so great wu the respect ^ uxatic i he commanded from those rho w .~ --re b> H sola t.. l>ear the h bee further from the trulh ,wh<> ventured to oppow* Wm. buI lcn Thr(1 „, tang opposiHis mlnd was ^ppHy balanced •— ... .w — -* c !" ,..-i tlon u ""' <" c sli '* but thanks. Hm] ^ Xempee n variably even. C. P. Clarke, the arm.of iSamuel Q llw mo ol sup ^ llt „,,„, fjc*„,. „. h ,. ywi ,„ urdere d progress. JaniM CUrke was born at buplc (inor Slr ljMlie probyn, and Lul ^ was by trmpcr ament and; Cove DUntaUOD Christ Church, (be -rowing weight of public i rlll(lln|( opposed to the extremes 1 00 June 28. 1B51. He was Uuaht opln ton. CMa-kc eventually won a u radicaUsm. Though ho wanted %  [ihe rudiments of Latin, Oreek nott(Db victory. His persuasive lo „# Barbados adapt llseu* to [athemaUcS at the Middle OIillory had never been employed m „dcrn conditions, he would School, to wnlcb he travclle.i to hQiil l g, ., no b s T !tl v ,i dive lined to see it lose every d> on the back of a don|hr b^, sUn d a rds of the oldei It m i] Igprat • claimed, without exWorld. It was this perhaps that Uiat the introduction made him so keenly interested In at the Middle wnlcfa he travelled HI the back of a don,.../. His education was DH Codrtngton College and Want up to St. John Colsega, Cambridge. First he took A and then proceeded to LA sB 1879. i He was called to the Bar hi I 1H2 and then remained In Bigi. wars. IXiring that .ime ho endured Uic lot of a trlefleai barrister but the ,.iienie of those years waa to >rove of inestimable benefit to hll future career in Barbados. Ha attended the law Courts icgularly, making a careful study of the eminent Judges and barristers engaged in every Important %  'i ruled. Hut there were *har intenatt to which he gave his 1 Ume. Early in life, he showed i* love of literature and he \.as able to develop this Interest while he was In England. He devoted hlmseU to the drama and was privileged to see Henry living and Ellen Terry bring many of Shakespeare's chara:ters to life on the stage. Sunday .after Sunday would sec him at %  OHM place of worship listening to sermons from London's best And his Interest In •; of education led him to the College of I'.-ei'i.'.ni.. where he frequently %  Ue aasd classes In educational ( methods. But Clarke's absorbing paaaion was for politics. He was fns.iii.ilcd by the political philosophy of C.ladsUMc and schooled htm%  eU m thV principles of Uberilism as dellned by the greut Jberal toefler — pencejetrenchnenl and reform. He even beane fittachc,! to the secretariat ';:;'' zj.'^'i.rA" F<><< cont,^, !" jo .h. jP ubs -^ b**. ^^ * amnltll Lilwrul A.s.soclatlon. In i mine nun viviu % %  •• % %  _ the whole course of hi>^ enreer, hi "-colony. The Bar! adoa, B fascination over l„.,.,cil ,, %  ,., '"'"dWin to U'IT-V'" h'^d "ITrcody ma"a. * MdlMTWI th.t, il he could CHARLES PITCHER t I. \HK.l Tax was one of thi the history of the Island. In spite lie finance of Barbados and, If fesslonal and public duties, he Clarke had done nothing else in found time to keep his literary "Vf """.T, "'' '""', 1 '' hi' wh..l cou.s, ol his "nrtcr. ho lnlrrel :.livo and to d.-lv to md brian to *w lh. MC d S^Sf dea vc u h ih place lha ..rrhivr, „l tho colon; ; %  • would -it In tho llou>o ul •" J^ r !" ,,„. ,3S*5 ,, old* rounttoUon. ol BarbK Ul, .r:.' !" ',...^'^^"'-.!-^*. in tho /uSSir. %  *-fn'tacm^n,i tafctoato.. hOWM a (War ra>p ol tho prin. " <'" h >*\ ",< '"""""' ', h .pie. ol law and a auro mniuiy Incnme Tax A Irom tho rtatuo W|ll n c arke „ tunleJ6 ^ Hf Kon Kl (0 work to nort l.llcltj ol languasy soon " cortaln to arm,M su pMOa m{ ^. lh „ rou h sluliv o( u, e c lt narie him one ol the oulalnndina co rtam quarton. tu ha.l UVm ,„„„| anct ., icadliuc up to. and tho minbtis ol tho Bar. The high Ep'and during the period when „.„,,„ „ owlnf from ^ „, itandiMa ho ct hlmsoll as a 'bo mafnincent, at tin.es ansry, |,.,, Ul !!„„ Karbados and the ... ill at onra attracted tho duels between thos,. two man ol colonial Offlco. With exemplary ittnUoo ol Sir Conrad rWajva. f"'^ Gladalono and DlsraeU. „„i„„ ry he looked up a 1 the doc...d thus bos.ii. a Irlcndshlp that had aroused the issl.ms ol the umc „u relating to tbc dispute and "-^ ...TT. ^ ... .^.. English people. He had seen lhe ,hc results o! his research were remarkable change that had published in a series ol articles in taken place in English political tile "Barbados Herald" and later life owing to the influence ol 1..ought out in book lomi under John Stuart Mill who had taught the lltle "T h e Constilutiona doctrine ol complete demos C.sis ol 1876 in Barbados. Thai He '. ul seen Gladstone b.ok has since proved a mine i ii 1BD2. Gladstone Disciple Hut Clark, vith tile success not satisfied he won at the and l, s,-i>t Intopowtr, with the weapon Inlonnation to the hlstori. .,1 Bar. Iu, his heart was really n I mw ni ,„ hu h^d* has placed plerity under an im.ill.Kik ul the ...lonn.i.ity. Ho did ot sucfeod in his Iirst atlcn.i.t t fBSt! 'ETiltrtS? ^'''l'"& ^i*mV..'ur.ble-deb, to Clarke. ,„ on ih. p.lltlo ol the Island !" f JSJJfJf? ,1". „'' T "*,,„ pamphlet on tho history ol the d Nlp.ivg to change the whole l„.,' ^"' ,'\, ^' ,^" S „ U 'SK£ Vestries and Has was to provide ""tlkSlS Sir John Hauda with tho neces." „„„ sary historical background when later. Clark, had^Tai^ "o came to mrtow Ih ., UtoBtf. iimij oui UK i.iui( JI % %  • imhiMi-i ,.,. iv, in,,,,,. .: ,., u i |vstetTl 1>1 go\enirtiCni in i M to represent tho partJ^J^f?. ^l^'TG*?*!!?^ And all the Sme, |K-Sldes writing ,.l St. 1'etcr ami retaincsj his f no ">.? t '"'„ ','? 1 rlta '•" u - %  ,hc ub,ec ll until ill-health lorced him < „ !" d e democracy a working £ ~ ,„ „ ls hean h0 nlK to retlio In 1924. In duo course, "anty. tollalx.. ated wiLb, Aubrey Goods srssffi! rJsVT. .su&si?, & ISSTJ; SW^WA'SA % and hli silt of •;,.,. ,„ „,.„,, Kn lc ,„_,.. .„,,(,„_ a history Englan and Institutions that ..In a seat in the House of A_face_U problemthat were to j i mhly but the following year he M -itutionul law and hi* Rut i of Barbados. Before illo n y ^&sa&m^BSRtt!&5fSEni:s ould serve t> letwaaa the Executive Committee Ii vas appointed Solicitoi (lenei.il %  nd four years later took >lck. •5ST H B^^SlV^-liFKS 5?^^-^ and had even ncesstly foi ,,.ri \ IIIR public ques.. 1.13, when Aubro, .iceman. EtJ'S'th. SZJZgLaJZ. ** •"""-"> JHS"-"L , ftf ihP i,,,.,,,,. nufc-llna SOmD j> '" in ' %  ir Kr tribunal com,„„„ and historian, Clarke miv be ^h !" ,h w..'7^oted Z ni Th'oTo The"1"7I e ,'noe.! n-mb !" among ihc-who mad. mnnmiil nost In the straits no "lnc "' '" Pfblic meet, hoir mark 0 „ „,„,. „eneratli 1 l"i !" nia nrb.,.. „'n.a„t m s *"" 1 no * "•""* ln B " "'" P'o the mind ol d' 'tTtuc'ceei"htm ^C "? dM * '''"" i-of IU CC — was to proceed by ture and training the most ... _, the method of persuasion rather Liberal of men Hi Barbadian Y^ 10 !" , ( la rl ?? 1 "^.S 1 "" JIV -han by the threat of coercion. He rOUUcj and he waa resolved to ^V,"' 1 unyieldinj. and the speech i0u ^ | (1 ntrodu ,. e thp doclrjn es rurther the work of reform in the hr *% & n £ occa, i? n Was rrf 1-ber.tlis.n into Barbados. rel>land He w„ especially interc ^ !" cW !" J ^V SL !" ^^^; * ^ - ** *P^ oT •'ited, in education and bis SS2 .i'TL," ,SL •J^'Sl' !" ^1--d^thua thing to help ladies weiose clrMne and fruitful example %  rffi? Tu .•?. u b n"n' a r'.' ts ,t, !" s ^ %  ""'•.""•""'^ "• •• now bo read. Equally absorbmg Kon. ....,..>,.. I sfbo uld pottaliog in lhe era ol transition waa his InlerCTt In nnance. not nnd in the Island ouporlunl||, al i. y hcaii ot lhe ia ,„a ol tho Bonn, ho ti" 'or employment such waa entrusted with the task ol Isted elsewhere Bui such a veil(Next Saturda> CMAHLEb introducing the Estimates and lure, he submitted, could only be CHENERY;. NOBODY'S DIARY Monday AmonK lhe llun.-> wo -ond lo forget and arhieh the British Coial 111 us I include the lact that LoooV n.A.i had a public library ..mil IWM All this talk about lhe thousands al years it took to civiltse tho wild Annie Saxons is overdone: why if you lived in London before 1684 you couldn't rend unless you were rich and you had (0 spend your time frequenting taverr.s and coffee-houses. Today the people who can read HIH find plenty of time to frequent the Bridgetown equivalent of the coffee house. And at one period the Britisli Council used to make it a centre of culture. Which makes mo think it wouldn't Ina bad idea if the management of God dard's and the Council could get togethct and instal a lending library in Goddard > where those with trysts could Imblp. culture while they waited. Tuesday — My 4-year-old son is back limelight again. This time he is ons ahead of the space travellers. He nn his own ideas about gelling to Heave-, land seeing what this place is comiv to. can you blame him for wanting emigrate)? He believes that if he • good he will grow wings like the angel! in his little book. Then we can all fl; to Heaven and leave this wicked place He plans to lake with him our fourteei hens (they already have wings) but h> isn't too sure that the dp| will .spro.i wings on time. He's so wicked. Wednesday — The other day I saw a • .. %  spout so clearly that I was quite ann..y ed when the rain stopped falling otM.t sea to realise that it had turto schooner — which goes to prove ho%s sceptical you must be when people t> you old wives' tales about anemones ai such like. There must be thousands persons like me who have tickled an. %  nones in the High Rock Pond u otm that we can't even count. When ll doubt, find out is a good motlo at ll times but especially with fish stories. Thursday — Everything comes back lo me ;. compatriot told me the other day with ; smile of satisfaction. But in what form Two persons quite recently have con's lo me and told me something about my •elf that was news to DM, nnd which I knew to be false. The last thing 1 would place relianc on in Barbados is Dame Rumour. P.S. Isn'l it lime that drivers .1 Mrll filled with straw slopped using Tiakei. lights? For lhe benefit of the ignorant a naked light is one without clothes oi. Friday — A friend of mine wants to knov, whether now the wages have gone U| Ihey are going to advertise so that lhe\ can attract back the men who wen. away because the wages were too low. or whether lhe ones whom we had t, lake (my friend says this not me) Wll be with us for always? 1 see his poin but the question is beyond my limited capacities to answer. What I did see the other day was :u ad. plump on the front page of the Times (it costs a lol there) asking for a net Director of Highways and Transport ano no mention about the new leave pa* sages. That should attract all but the best persons. Ah well us old Tom used to say when he shaped me for this procarious kind of life, we'll all be dead n a hundred years (if not sooner judgirn! by the way the next war is building up rapidly). OLU .UOOHVS ALMANAC I9J3 #rg- II efni* 1 It I \OIH %  ; To Our CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS we will be closing our LUMBER YARD & HARDWARE svri HDAV 171b, MONDAY 29th. TUESDAY 30th SEPTEMBER for STOCKTAKING and opening again WEDNESDAY 1st OCTOBER WILKINSON & HAYN'ES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Saturday — I notice with approval that the. Times of London shares my favourite newspaper's views about interregnum I quote from their second editorial %  I j September 15"An interregnum of thti kind in a colony where there are urger. social and agrarian issues is alwa...-j dangerou*. To say this is no reflectio.•; on those temporarily in charge." You might say that there are no urgent. issues in Barbados like there are 111 Kenya. But that doesn't weaken th argument. As long as the slap-dab.svsL-ni of governing colonies continuos as it is. whether here, in Kenya or elsewhere you can expect either trouble or camouflaged inactivity. To ignore th?! %  major issues while making great with the small may be traditional Brit-' ish colonial policy but it's a tradition | we could drop with great profit '. one but th" I interests m the present system. tfgjAja Marmalades Cr y stak Jams and .Jellies by HARTLEY "t-'irml I h < %  • %  on any Sht'lf Da Costa & Co., Ltd. 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 for business on MONDAY Sept. 29 Da Costa & Co., Ltd. I if •IIKII-II'II I fl S Sllf / III I'll I / tint' SWEETS Sharp'* ToflfM-s (arr'i Swfd Bltrull* Cant Nu Milk Carr'i Arrowroot Can't i %  iiii-Crrjm Cr..>-krr-* I'lanlrr-. NiiU C. A. tin..rru<-. Jt'ST RECEIVED I Marmalade—t-lb. tins JI.Arii.all ( '"UlI -' l| Milk ( .n.uli.in iVt.iliH Shrrddrd Wheat Milk Fed < hlrkeiw Milk Fed IHirks Haim In Tin* MKATS f'OMPARr. THESE PRICES Drrwed KabblU —Sc. p*r lb. i • %  ". .1 Trip* —Mc. per lb. Stew Beef—38e per lb. Stew I..1111I1 ltt per lb. S!*. Vra1—4Kr. per lb. I i'-li Carrot* —Me. per lb Uriiiin—5e. each FROZEN VEG. spinach Caullnowrr Butler Bean* Cul DESSERTS < 11-. l inl Powder Arrowroo! Starch Chocolate Pudding* Drag***} Shrrt Gelatine RIM GOLD BRAID Rl*M 3-Yr-Old II 44 per Btle. 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    W.L SEEK TRADE ASSURANCE FROM U.K.

    Letter Sent To *“‘Times”’ By
    W.I. Delegates In London

    (From Our Own Correspondent)

    BEFORE LEAVING

    a letter to The Times,
    the

    ENGLAND
    delegates to the Canada-West Indies Trade Talks drafted |
    It was published this morning over

    Last | Night’s s

    Boxing

    LONDON, Sept.
    the West

    26.

    Indian |













    signatures of Messrs. Burke, Bustamante, Campbell,
    Gomes, Kirkwood, Raatgever, Robinson and Alan Walker.| A fair crowd attended
    It calls for an assurance that the British Government {Amateur Boxing Finals which
    is not planning to abandon the principle of guaranteed |'0ok place at the Modern High
    markets at reasonable prices for Colonial producers. And vor “wate abe tea venta’
    the signatories state plainly that as a result of their dis-|and boxing fans saw nine fights |
    cussions earlier this month they formed the impression Jeach of three rounds duratior
    that such was Britain’s intention except in the case of}, 1h wit
    sugar. Walter (87 lbs °
    a. 90 It Belf (1 |
    oe ere Lememaaee The letter calis attention to le « \ Porgy 14 }
    statements made by the late Mr Ce ie She ; at
    S, A frica Doi Oliver Stanley, former Conserva- ( He i. | ‘
    tive spok ian on Colonial Af-[ >" | : 4 06 Ibs.)
    fairs Althoug! not = whole= Jet "Poder Pa akin 105 Ih
    More ThanAn heartedly in favour of. bulk pur- heey mn He cae sas s tea
    y chase agreements—he’ preferred | &°!St?! Cn ae oo oe
    e : the Imperial Preference system Clarence Holder 43 ot ;
    Other Nation he stated that in a number of Ragline heabeeeee 4 : at
    eases bulk purchase had resulted }Harold Loui 133 It Henry
    in buying at less than world, Lewis (97 Ibs.) beat Louis Browne
    TORONTO; Sept. 26 prices, (99 Ibs), ColbeTt Griffith (135 Ibs)
    Mr. A, Roberts, South African “In other words” say the au-| beat Lionel é bod Ibs.)
    High Commissioner to Canada,}thors “Mr. Stanley confirmed; Albert Rowe (107 Ib beat (
    said Friday his Government was|What we have always claimed— | Gi innum (108 Ibs.).
    doing more for its native than ; namely that a system of purchase rhe officials were Referee Mr
    any other government in histor: penis for over a decade effective- P. c. S. Maffei, Timekeeper’ Mr.
    Roberts said in a speech to the ly placed a ceiling on the prices of{F. Pierpoint, Judges Whi }
    Canadian Exporters’ Associa iun | certain colonial products in the]|and Major K. Foster, Master of
    more housing and more opportun- | !nterest of the United Kingdom | (Ceremonies Mr. Joseph Tudor,
    ities were being provided for
    10,000,000 blacks than ever be- |
    fore.
    He said he hoped to “put my

    fellow countrymen one step above |
    criminals and even one step abov«

    Communists. ‘There has been so
    much propaganda against my!
    country lately and yet so little is

    known about it” he said. Last year
    the South African Government
    spent close to $25,000,000 on edu-
    cation—three times more than
    the amount spent six years ago.
    He urged Canada to buy more
    from South Africa pointing out
    that trade has dropped with this
    country considerably in the last
    10 years. i



    —U-P.

    Queen Mother
    To Open Rhodes |
    _~ Exhibition



    LONDON, Sept. 26. |
    Queen Elizabeth, the Queen |

    Mother is expected to arrive in
    Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, |
    about the beginning of next July |
    to open the Central African |
    Rhodes Centenary Exhibition at
    Bulawayo. This information was
    given at a press conference here



    to-day by ‘Sir Ellis Robins,

    Chairman of the Board at the

    Rhodes Centenary Exhibition.
    Sir Ellis said the announcement

    visit had aves |
    * and her part in

    }
    ceremony ;

    of the Queen’s
    them ‘“‘great heart
    the official opening
    would be the climax of the vast
    three-month exhibition, The Ex-
    hibition would be opened to the
    public about three or four weeks
    earlier, he said
    Contracts with commercial and |
    industrial exhibitions made _ it;
    necessary to open on June 1 the|
    date planned before the announce-
    ment of Queen Elizabeth II's
    coronation. }
    —U.P.



    IRAN’S PREMIER GREETS SCHACHT



    CORDIAL GREETINGS are
    man “financial wizard,’



    im Tehran with Iran’s ailing Premier Dr



    Africans Raid Farms | «°°

    NAIROBI, Sept. 26.













    Africans raided European farms
    in Nanyuki area leaving 300 cat-
    tle dead or dying today while the
    Legislative Council here w hav-
    ing an emergency debate on the
    atrocities of the Mau. Mau—the
    secret socieéty—which is pledged
    to oust the white man

    Police safd Mau-Mau re-
    sponsible for the raid which was
    near Mount Ken) about _ 100
    miles from Nairobi Pa raider
    believed t umber 14 disembow
    elled cattle with cies or spli
    open their heads. One cow
    found wit only one leg Oui
    farm store was set or f

    1 the Legislative Council, tt
    ' a A Fa :
    A Aft



    }so as to provide a future price-

    jduce on a basis which will secure

    | intervention is always subject to

    a Ithe driver’ legs, tore his clothe
    |Mr. Trygve Lie Will [made him pM Baya Ran Ra

    exchanged as Dr

    consumer, must be administered | Jnr,



    floor for staple exports in the in-
    terest of Colonial peoples.”

    What Policy ?

    The letter asks what policy the
    present Government will pursue.
    Will there be a return to cut-
    jthroat competition or is there a
    genuine intention to provide an
    assured market for Colonial pro-

    | FROM ALL QUARTERS:

    Stevenson
    Prefers

    Clark Gable

    social and economic advancement



    —in the territories? ‘Are the

    colonies to be sacrificed to doc-| New york: Afte ,

    trinaire objections to bulk pur-],). w York: After viewing

    chase at reasonable prices?” film of himself as a political
    campaigner ade .

    The authors conclude by stat- 2 : rat mans | for the pur-
    ing that at the forthcoming |2°° % being televised through
    Commonwealth economic confer-|° , Li a ar i Presidentia
    ence financial and trading policies [{(\"C@ate Acial Stevenson sigh
    directly affecting the living stand-|&' @od said: “I still like Clark
    ‘ards of millions of colonial peo-|G®ble better.”

    ' ples are to be discussed, The colo-| Tel Aviv: The Israel] Govern-:
    nies will have no direct represen-|ment, which rations Israelis to
    tation at this conference. The ja quarter of a pound of meat a
    Colonial Office will look after|month and no rice, released 24

    colonial interests. ‘But’, the let-

    sheep and 200 Ibs of rice f the
    ter concludes, “the Colonial Office , atio re cehaee

    eight hour celebration of a mam-
    moth peace feast in Nazareth ;
    between Christian Arab Scouts
    and the family of a Moslem kill-

    a general policy laid down by the
    Government of the United King-
    What this policy is and

    whether it is the present Govern- ed in the communal clashes last
    ment’s intention to provide assured |April.

    markets at reasonable prices for}, Sydney: A 5ft crocodile used
    our staple exports we don’t know. jin a window display chewed it
    We seek an early and unequivocal |way out of a sack as it was be-
    statement.” ing taken by car through _ the



    city’s main streets. It snapped at

    path. The driver and another





    ign : man. bolted. When they came
    Res In 1954 jback the crocodile was in the
    UNITED NATIONS, front seat. It took them 20
    New York, Sept. 26. minutes, armed with pierces of
    Secretary-General. Mr, Trygvej‘vood, to recapture it.
    Lie has decided to step down
    from his $40,000 a year United

    Nations post on February 1, 1954
    at the end of a three-year exten-
    sion of his term and retire to
    Norway j

    This was disclosed by persons
    who know the mind of Norway’s
    Foreign Minister. He has been
    boss of the 4,000 man U.N. Sec-
    retariat since 1946.

    B.G. And U.S.A.
    Sign Pact On
    Airfield

    (From Our Own Correspondent)

    GEORGETOWN, B.G., Sept. 26
    A Colonial Secretariat com-
    | munique announced to-day that
    arrangements have been conclud-~
    ed between the B.G. Government
    nd the U.S. Vice Consul, where- !
    \! portions of Atkinson Field |
    1ich were not required for civil
    iviation purposes have been made
    available to the B.G. Govern-
    ment for, agricultural use pending |
    he conclusion of a formal agree- |
    ment between His eae 6 Gov- |
    ernment and the S. Govern-
    ient. Comme ae on the agree-
    We y Jorgensen, U.S
    ice-Consul, told the Press “Thi

    —C.P.



    ent
























    EDINBURGH os
    King F 1 of Ira mM on
    : inspected 1 w hyd set
    cluded burning of hut while power project her
    people were inside and attacks on lunching sficial f
    government servants. North of Scotland Hvdro-electric
    So far we hay had 23 -'Board and ther iting iro-
    de including two women and | lectric herne near Gleneagle
    three hildren” he said There The 17-vear-old King is accom-
    have been 12 attempts at urder | nied by |} incle the Prince
    yand four suicide I stress this] p gent of Iraq, En Abdul Ilat
    jbecau hows people who are
    | again au Mau ha been so King Fe wil ‘ visit
    it rorised they have drown-| Sterling C ’ the «
    if ri é 24 hut burni dir at Edinburgh Castle at
    a nate one church desecrated], banquet to be giver i I -
    sion attacked” by the ari
    es condemned “exaggerat-|t if State for Scot
    I reports” but claimed that} eturn to Lor n or
    sed ernment had not been forced) to mclud hi t I 0
    j bring the present meast be- | Tne Kir Feisa irrived he
    € f the licity campaign. |
    i ned | n-|S of
    olence he $ | Ba
    —UP.| —UP

    Gold yalued at $350,000 le
    m nearby ation, Airport v
    I i boxes eighir
    ound ether. Authoritie
    lid not discle who owned the
    ld which believed hav
    been refined here.
    Forty hours after the theft
    covered, officer till did not
    know how or when it happened
    They could not even agree on
    ( much wa involved The,
    s , eentred around the eriti-
    cal f iinute eriod Wedne
    { when ’ carg handler !
    idmitted he left the ten es |
    of refined gold unguarded He}
    was questioned until early Fri-|
    day morning by p e and a
    roup of Trans-Canada Airline}
    officials |
    Police fe d however, that the}
    ole } ilread found it way
    , slack F t. The thieves
    le en-hour ahe
    rt before es informe
    ilar p a
    OKC ‘ ’
    \ \ ( 1 it
    + the thiev
    (OP. U.P

    he|
    $e
    |



    hem Pi . a
    Se



    scence Leet

    Ciarence mo.aer (14s ibs) ana Ubeiston solder (748 .d8.) walking into a clinch in their fight at the
    Modern High School last night In the Amateur Boxing Finals. Chelston Holder won the fight on points.

    Referee



    Mattei

    looks o







    French Aceused Of
    Hiding Kesponsibility

    TOULON, Sept. 26.
    JRITIES were accused today

    FRENCH

    of trying
    marine

    being made to hide respousitn fly,

    to

    NAVAI
    “hush

    up

    had driven

    1A

    Ul

    the
    La Sibylie which $s
    48 men on board.
    black out

    The Paris

    Gold Valued |
    At $350,000

    Disappears

    TORONTO,







    U.K. WILL
    ULTIMATUM



    most of Tran’



    Sept





    REJECT

    claims

    €

    the

    e a fine example of the spirit of “
    -operation which characterises a 7
    relationship between the ‘y 4 See
    U.S.A. and the British Common- ely t aoe :
    ealth Wiii reje :
    The agreement is advantage- hammed
    to both sides since it leaves fc
    he leased are available for mili- | Iraniarz i
    ry use by U.S.A. if need should | however both
    se, but permits the colony to| United State 1
    | tain needed crops from them)next move with extreme care
    jin the meantime.” to the mounting dang of a Ce
    Trinidad and Antigua also con-| 1», nist coup in Iran
    cluded similar arrangements. They said the British sin
    can mot meet some of the den
    * S sae Mossadegh laid down yesterday
    King Feisal Visits | os“ an vapor
    ‘ m . . proposals of August 30, J
    . . Hjalmar Schacht (left), Ger- Hydro-Electric States officials replied they
    arrives from Berlin for a bedside conference i préss Lotidon for mord co
    Mohammed Mossadegh. P. ve ae ;
    ‘ower Pro a sions on these po because
    € J feene.s have already given in

    |
    |

    is |

    ause of the

    accident to sub-

    in the Mediterranean with

    aewspaper Aurore said this

    40 suppose an attermpt was

    Prance-Tiveuy said La Sibylle
    ives dy had a diving accident

    ui the present naval exercises
    the south of France and som
    er cr who feared they were
    barki for the last time told
    ids ashore the submarine was
    naged and unsafe. The mothe:
    member of the crew Jaice Le
    of Rheims said “m on told
    the submarine recently nost

    ved suddenly

    and the crew had

    srmou difficultie getiing i
    | k to the surface,’

    Report that the sunken sub-

    rine La Sibylle may have been
    unsetaworthy mounted as France’s

    Viediterranean Fleet athered t

    ender lk homage to their 48

    omrades ying crushed under
    mile of water

    Jacques Gavini, Seeretary of
    State for the navy flew from Pari
    © join Fleet Commander Vice
    Admiral Marie M. Potsuau for the
    melancholy one by one file past

    er the watery grave,

    Naval Chief of Staff Heri
    Charle No iccompanied him
    is he boarced the cruiser La Gloire
    fc the Battle Order Procession

    trict attention U.P,

    ‘| Emperor’s Aide
    | Missing In Spain





    ‘ pt (
    cure 23-year-ol]
    f I perc Bao Dai «
    u reported mAissi
    I ifter 4 mysterio.
    spanish bord
    official aid th
    friend of Pierre Lescur
    the Emperor
    t vacationing :
    Amilie Les Bains disap
    Ve esdas in the
    Viountains tlong th
    nish border. The doc
    t named. The docto:
    | reported saying that he
    ] Lescur: net a patrol of
    irabinieri while they were hik-
    | ind shared lunch with the
    Anish police
    He said Lescure went off a few
    indred feet into the bushes and
    moment later called for help
    he doctor said he started after
    friend but the police pre-
    nted him on the ground that
    he was On Spanish territory. He
    rel ed a few hours later
    he doct elated and returned
    » Amilie, Lescure has not been
    rd from since —U.P

    ul Showers s Improve Canes

    a su
    n

    1 ‘ult
    had ‘an ng
    coastal are



    condition,



    idvocate yester
    He said that fror
    nee, no r
    ould be fe
    of the é
    sill still be 1k
    ear due
    nell
    re € c









    vir
    wn

    ill

    ed *t





    hat ground provisions





    te red severely fron

    Sur iring the dry season

    not developed as they

    have for this time of the

    the yield would probably

    the nor

    resent time, quite

    elds of sweet potatoe

    reape nd the market

    ) hat impre da

    t the Increased

    round the towr

    market garden
    tring beans,

    tomatoe et the supply
    y limited and the re-
    high
    12D,



    Hurricane In
    Atlantic

    The Government is in
    formed that there is a tropi
    eal disturbance in the Atlan-
    tic. This disturbance is ex-
    pected to pass some 300 to
    400 miles due north of Bar-
    vados, and it is not anticipated
    that the Island will be
    affected,



    Kast German
    Shops Ordered
    To Be Seized

    BERLIN, Sept. 26.

    rhe Communist dominated East
    German Government hit out at
    retail shops, last stranmghold ol
    private enterprise in the Soviet

    zone, Communists opened a cam-
    paign in the Soviet sector of
    Berlin which the eastern state has

    proclaimed will become the “show
    window of socialism.’’

    Bruno Baum, East Berlin
    economic chief ordered the confis-
    cation of some 100 retail business-
    es including restaurants, book-

    tores, barber shops and grocery

    and buteher shops.

    The owners were ordered to
    turn the shops over to the state
    immediately which will adminis-
    ter them under the state’s “trade
    organization.” The “trade organ-
    ization,” popularly known as the

    H.O. already has swallowed some
    fifty per cent. of retail business
    ‘n East Germany.
    The new campaign appeared
    igned to place all retail trade
    ler state ownership
    —UP.



    Vine Rescued
    From Ice Cap

    JOHNS, Newfoundland,
    Sept

    flier rescued
    spending li
    the

    26.
    by
    days
    eap in north
    under obser-
    at Thule, the
    base in north-
    The news was
    in a two-word
    Thule Airbase

    British
    e after
    inded

    or lee

    now
    n in hospital
    American air

    vest Greenland,
    hed to London

    o message from
    ing All's well”

    ) details were available
    the rescue ‘plane but it is
    ved to have been piloted by

    'Captain Francis O, Burnett, Jun
    of Mel Massachusetts. The
    men had been living in the fusel-
    age of the Royal Air Force trans-
    port plane since it crashed on
    s 16 after dropping sup-
    lies to explorer: They spent
    eral days in which it became
    ossible to distinguish the hori-

    here
    be-

    rose

    tember

    Zr
    Chree injured ww
    n Ameriean Air
    taken off on
    Albatross

    en including
    Force officer
    Wednesday by

    Amphibian ’'plane
    wket take-off equip

    —UP.

    Trinidad Has $5m.
    Trade Deficit



    RT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 25
    nidad had a_ visible trade
    balance of more than
    000,000 for the first eight
    r ths of this year. The value
    ri exports from January to
    s $159,170,317 against
    3,023 import {

    —OP.

    Volcanic Reef Off

    Japan Explodes

    TOKYO, Sept. 26.
    THE VOLCANIC REEF which rose out of the sea
    last week belching fire and smoke exploded today in a
    pool of sulphur slush, seattering five ships searching for
    the Japanese Survey Mission. The volcano — named
    Myojin—appeared 200 miles south of Tokyo in an under
    sea eruption













    Rescue boats turned away at | Marty Cota
    top speed as the vol€ano beiched,
    ellowish smoke 15,000 feet intc .
    the air and red hot sulphur slush For Seeing
    bread for a mile around j
    Five Japanese patrol boats and Saboteurs
    three United States planes have}
    been searching the reef for the 200 PARIS. Set
    ton Japanese survey ship Kaiyo| Ané@re Marty oni ,
    Maru carrying nine scientists and! ya
    i crew of 22 which has been a “8 on ‘yg oat aie ae :
    ng since Wednesday. They chen ea dee Memtkdea fGen
    “one to investigate another new Party’s four-man secret: hi
    volcanic reef named Bayonnaishe month it. was disclosed tex
    ich appeared near Myojin charge was mace hy fe 7
    At nightfall the boats returned] V@!5, back-1 ot
    searching for signs of oil or wreck-] Patty,
    1e which might indicate the fate] Merty’y
    of the Kaiyo Maru but they report-| CoM
    “i no sign of life Com y .
    The six patrol boats taking par Non ‘ae pa \
    in the search were aided by U.S I + Fis used ©
    Airforee planes Rough seas anc] ® Y 2 atte
    new explosions from the voleanc{ Mat 7 \thorer “es
    hempered — the earch A frest clos ‘faulty le ders
    blast churned up the water alread blan ther leader








    whipped into rolling waves, The{'â„¢ Par ;
    2) m.p.h. wind turned the sea intc feats,
    murky billows for miles ion’s weak

    ing class and “exager ‘

    The voleano threw up twefsatisfaction’ 7
    islands last week, then blew then One of Mauvai y RE 1
    up again. The islets were nome Jtions against Tillon sacked at tl
    Myojin Reef. The reef is still visi-Jsame time as Marty, Frente
    ble at low tide but the 90 foot hig relle disclosed was that }
    projections which first appeare §ept secret from the par h
    September 17 were destroyed b: Fpossession of certain su of
    subsequent volcanic activity anc J money. Neither Marty nor -T
    he erosive action of wind and, have yet repented in fe
    rain {their error

    ur v.P

    Textile War Warning



    Of
    Possible
    Bad Weather

    Forecast

    TOKYO, Sept. 26

    japanese textile circles today
    forecast all out “textile war” be-| ;

    : sad 4 amet merchants who now
    sen pritgu Aape 2: nae sli png mba we
    fotton conference which taded ront have been Pes ier

    eed Harbour Master to remove th
    yesterday, las quickly as possible.

    One big Textile firm in Osaka; This action Followed an uncon-
    was reported to be sceptical about | firmed report from Puert Rico
    he results of the » conference) warning the Harbour Office of
    which was attended by 60 dele-| possible bad weather
    mtoy from’ ten countries. Within the past two days hand

    Japancse textile men appeared ee oe oe eee re aoe
    to be generally optimistic believ- the einige Of. he gs
    ing Britain rather than Japan thousands of feet of lumber ‘and
    would suffer any losses in world! jingles. ee
    trade The newspaper Asahi |” Porters at

    the lumberyards a

    “ hich has a circulation of over also kept hard at work receivin

    4,000,000

    said cotton men were/and packing this lumber

    aiid at lewst that the conference | Weather was threatening

    had ended without = restrictions |terday stiernoon. after #he nor

    being placed on Japan's produc - | ing opened with some bright su

    tion or exports. Such restrictions | shine.

    had been feared here. | In the city there ere some
    —UP. light drizzles

    SE






    PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1952
    SE EE TT ee A etn eens sateen

    Caub Calling Family 1-2-X° Goes In

    | Back Home




































































    Ss" ERROI DOS SANTOS |

    returned t 1d by | R. V. C. KNIGHT, Sa‘e n= ort
    B.W.LA, last 1 a. paying Representative of Messrs.
    short business visit. Sir Errol

    Da Costa & Co., Ltd., returned
    from US.A via Trinidad by WHAT
    B.W.1.A. on Wednesday last after

    the Salaries Commissioner ap-
    pointed by the Government to

    is likely to be one of §TOCKING-UP 40,000-ACRE ay person, confident in his bear-



    + vig atin Z the best shoots in Scotland is being ing.” -
    " an . he Civil Servants paying a visit. aeveloped in Galloway. ; SHOOT... Soon Lazzolo will paint the x a. For Saturday, September 27, 1952 *
    “He is expected) to return to | Visited G.P.O. Some 40,000 acres are being By Duchess of Kent’s daughter, ’

    stocked with pheasant and duck. ‘ Princess Alexandra. Her face
    Jarbados next week. R. LOUIS PENNYFEATHER, With the chootine ninhts ‘ EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE = chows “quiet determination,” he Look in the section in which your birthday comes and
    With the shooting rights go a loch, q , x ; B ,
    itt tecsdirs Assistant Superintendent of a river and Glen Trool Lodges —— says. find what your outlook is, according to the stars,
    ; tsleading . PEERESS PRO

    . < the Kensington Post Office, bought from the Earl of Gallo- . 's hotel

    ISS: Pearl Monica Johnson Brooklyn, returned to New York way three years ago. ; ONE by. one _Longon's | t - COFFEE FOR ONE
    4 who was reported to have via Puerto Rico on Thursday The first birds are expected to oe ee we 0 geet “sy FOUR black swans, just arrived
    ore es Clerk at the a, a after spending two weeks’ holi- be shot this winter. hext years Coronation gold rus. in Britain from Australia, are the
    has not- gone on aroun ip

    ARIES —Somewhat of a challenge day to you who *
    K March 21—April 20 should like competition, and are willing to
    work hard for just rewards, You can gain
    To help attract the right cus- ‘new laurels now by hard work
    day. ; latest of an unending flow of gifts 3 ;
    On leaving St. Wirifred’s Girls’ While here he interested him- | And who is creating this sports- tomers one top club will have a 4, yr. Churchill, 8 8!
    School she directly went up to self in the good work done at the ™#’s paradise? The football pool ob ing all ttre Lehane ae Ee ,
    England where she svent a year /General Post Office. He visited Millionaires John, Cecil and fficer—tall, attractive Viscountess pyblication of his latest volume
    During this time she sat the first the GPO. and was shown 4tthur Moores. Tarbat. But the biggest news I of his war memoirs will no doubt
    part of her M.B. examination The Official Royal Cypher for ideal he foi 'Cokenlal oak. This week-end Cecil Moores is ave heard in night-club land for give a further ‘fillip.

    * ag TAURUS 20 —Sort of day that can be gainful in busi-

    ness, and most pleasant in personal affairs.
    x But you must do your utmost to bring this





    : : “art interests favoured.

    aud came over by the ss. the Coronation of H. M. Queen aster, Mr. Robart Clack entertaining a group of French « long time is that Mayfair band ince the war admirers from Spout, -sisart: snterests: favoured

    Colombie on 13th August to} Blizabeth II, in June. TARSSST, FEF. ert. CIaree, sportsmen who flew in to Prest- Jeader Paul Adam will open a all over the world have sent him * * +
    : i weehee hola th oo in ’ pn — He thinks Barbados to be a wick the other day. new club later this year. kangaroos, a black buddha, 300 «x GEMINI —Generally generous rays for the ener-
    spend six weeks’ holiday wit! very picturesque island and a

    et od ayn : i 2 = ’ And this week-end one of the bottles of beer, a_ shillela

    her parents, Capt. ane pl G. ifter Five Years expressed the desire of coming wish or is q biggest hotels opened a new stuffed bull's head — aa” of

    Hi am” 7 a © i ETURNING to Barbados on S00) again. This was his first jointing of the Anglo-—u.S, Panqueting room. It has cost course, cigars.
    astings. Pail = »« visit to the West Indies. ” iwi a ye £10,000, includi 4, *
    Pearl left the island this week Wednesday morning by the Sais “ee oa hare he was a Jhanksgiving Service held there ng £4,000 for a

    May 21—June 21 getic intelligent doer. Progress can be
    heightened by sturdily attending to your
    *« problems, duties. News good on whole.





    ; ss ¢ “s . nts ; . huge carpet, has 14 chandeliers, Churchillian figures, carved in . ON ; ;
    ty the $8. Colomble for Jamaica Sie Comes om eneand. w* quent gt oMin Lyte, "indy ig Acureen Tndependence DAY nd wait touhed wit Siren MiSoeSt aaa ee tose el | gamome «ARDY lenis use dpportuntientnd you |
    where ske will enter the Univer- ™ ¥ 3. Su son, Cyt Dale”, St. Philip. titania tw ii gold leaf paint, $4 a: Repaeliie range from paintings, x June 22—July 23 Should he “i a aPPY, P uil 8 lay. ‘
    ity Colfege of the West Indies Geneticist of the B.W.I, Suga uld by now have been Di Many lines of industry, professions have ie
    ay ce Cane Breeding Station "le, > Tri presented to the U.S, Senate in SURPRISE CHOICE books, and hats to wine and food new advantages. “a
    . her*’Medical studies H ; leasure Trip
    to continue her'’Medica sg ae 7 Washington by artist Frank I CAN now disclose the best- like oysters, ham, and salmon, * * ;
    a R ; Mr. Stevenson who went up R. CLARENCE GILL of Salisbury. kept show secret of the year. Recently, Mr, Churchill received «x ¢
    Solicitor | Returns _.. for six months’ leave, was ac- Cheapside and Mr. C. I. Why is it still in St. Paul’s? Be- ‘he behind-the-scenes search for a large quantity of coffee, 2 a yan + =A tuit, ‘Benerous period whersin hustle "
    ME JACK PROCOPE, Solic- companied by his small daughter Archer of Bay Street were among cause it shows General Eisenhower a Star to replace Mary Martin in sent it to a Soho Senin bl a iy 24—Aug. pens gl ees aouneniohi ya
    itor of Trinidad returned Judith. His wife and son David the passengers who are making with the Queen, the Queen aober ve vipa ern mixing it to his favourite blend. x e) * P y.
    home by B.W.LA. on Wednesday who went over with him have 4 round trip on the Colombie end Princess Margaret. And M@& © e. xe 7 ’ 7 f }
    after paying a_ short visit here. remained in England. Mrs. Which left here’ on Wednesday Selisbury was advised that it London’s most famous theatre— BUNKUM, HE SAYS VIRGO —You can—without strain—make this a
    He was the guest of Mr. and Stevenson will be returning to for Jamaica. might be regarded as election bas just been completed. “REWRITING the ’twenties” is’ x A 23- Sept. 23 Productive day in trade, banking, invest-
    Mrs, J. O. Tudor, Pine Road. Mr. Barb: a a oe ; ° propaganda, i ug. pt. ments, building, real estate, mining, man-
    Mrs, J. O. y toad. jarbados after Christmas while - : ‘ ‘ i Professor John Jones, He _ is -turi : m
    Procope is a_ frequent visitor to their son David, a former student Washington Slept Here c hee herein aio hae ‘working on a biography,of the * ee et ae
    the colony. at the Lodge, will be going to \Y/PRS. PATRICIA CECIL ED- ,,y hen Mr. Walter Gifford, the vie ey recialict 1 isticated late Lord Stamp.
    The King’s Sct . ice WARD U.S. Ambassador in London, went Wilsog, specialist in sophisticate A power in the City—he was —Have added care in analysis of immedi- +
    Paramount Celebrated vu ing’s School, Canterbury. ARDS of Virginia who to America last January, at the parts, will sueceed Mary Martin I Q a a a

    recently paid a visit to Barbados

    ; md a Bank of
    Fourth Anniversary Mr. Stevenson said that they jn search of same time as Mr, Churchill, he when she leaves her role as the head of L.M.S. and

    LIBRA
    x Sept, 24—Oct. 23 ate problems, in how you approach each
    material for her {ook with him a photagraph of ‘weet, unworldly Nellie Forbush England director — Lord wee

    item, Some tricky inclinations, so be on



    had ¢ anc . ; Ss t = a rs.
    HE members of Paramount a t — ain iS ee = book, published an article on the painting. early in November. Contract terms Pina adeelane’ uivines te ae guard, attentive to important matters. +
    S6éial and Cultural Club tp, Mother Gone aft 8 al George Washington House, Bay “On his return Mr. Gifford told have been agreed and the Minis- years. After the first world war * SCORPIO * * *
    celebrated their fourth anniver- ... t fi poe 8OY See. me it was generally felt that it try of Labour will shortly issue Jo" 4. closely connected , with 0 Te. og —Advantageous generally for finances,
    sary last night at “Hindsbury eer eee Barbadians ill be glad to Would. be much better if the a work permit for Julie Wilson. - tteie y ct. 24—Nov. money investnfents, but the Saturn and
    House”, Hindsbury Road. : Yo Enter School hear that this Dublieation which scr tn dia -. ces wer MY ANCESTOR oie was one of the major * nik ake aan irritability, Be
    Parents and friends joined in > . = mn ; * until later.” says Salisbury. bine o eat men,’ ness, ability a : ability.
    aie omoatene an . here al lhe. eee le r Me Wiohmond, “Virginie ato SS GO Row, He neper a teKe the vie rg i rea Oo tine Seek et will be serene, helpful, and benefit thereby. *
    dancinge An enjoyable evening 5 r a: ac Mackey 2 painting to America next month. ,C@st) _ CaThy ce y reinterpreting the ‘twenties. There * &
    2 zuela are spending three weeks’ great interest about Barbados put even then it will not bejdiarist, had an uncle with a E Matra? was spent. holiday here as guests at Bowden and there were several enquir- SAGITTARIUS —Encouraging period for your especia

    presented until after the presi-| “face-reading faculty.” I thave Was a lot of bunkum writver




    A ” rests. piter augurs av 9 -
    Quiet Weddin Guest House, Hastings. On Wed- ies from friends as to the poten- ¢ential election, not inherited that talent, but I bout them. - Nov. 23—Dec. 22 ate ee end. Ananetal naira; tir aewr goo
    iS nesday they arrived from Eng- tialities for a winter vacation have just met painter and sculp- killed in a 1941 friendships, for advancement in profession,
    QUIET wedding took place jand where they had been on here. ANOTHER STEP tor Vasco _Lazzolo wl “reads the ‘Lord Stamp won ae he cidest ade.
    at St, Lawrence Church on three months’ leave, by the S.S. The Editor has even expressed WOMEN are steadily invading | faces” of many of his subjects. = #ir "The House of Lords decided ‘ + * *
    Thursday afternoon when Mr. Colombie. his desire to visit our island later the once exclusively male domein} Lazzoio has just finished his fifth that his son succeeded “momen- * CAPRICORN , ; iaaeans >
    Norman. Nurse a corporal in the They were accompanied by this year for a holiday. of the symphony orchestra, sir bust—he has scrapped the other rit the title which passed Dec. 23—Jan. 21 —Very friendly indications for your per-
    Barbados Police Force and son their two children Gillian and ‘ z Malcolm Sargent tells me. four of the Duke of Edinburgh. oa to sens ' , sonal and general interests, but it may not
    of Mre-Charles. Nurse of Good- Carole who will enter Codring- Spent Holiday At the Promenade ConcertsHis mouth shows a good sense of to his second son. _LES. x be all you would wish for now. Try to
    land, Christ Church, took as his ton High School. o AJOR and Mrs. M, Grell there are 17 women in the B.B.C. |‘humour 8 ee Duke complete unfinished business.
    bride “Miss Aeta Luranda King Mr. McGregor is employed in were among the passengers Bymphony, Ordhestra which |e hay carvicaturist’s bad dream— * * *



    j “*hri . ; : ‘ 4 . . aj es-
    of St. Christopher, Christ Church the Communications Department returning to Trinidad by & nducts. No other major orch

    n ra i itai as s a | en.
    and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of the Shell Company of Vene- B.W.LA. Wednesday after spend- Oe tie MAE DRE RD
    B. King’ also of Christ Church. zuela, ing a holiday here. which have ‘men only’ rules is

    x AQUARIUS —Your planet Uranus warns against going
    Jan. 22—Feb. 20 haphazardly about things for you can earn

    benefits indicated by other more friendly +

    > sare s lar.” i
    his features are so regular Diamond Rings
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    Only One Agenda °° "“"—

    1952

    Was Put Forward ®®t>adian

    (From Our Own

    Correspondent)
    ST. GEORGE'S, Sept.

    99

    oe.

    HON. T. A. MARRYSHOW, C.B.E., Deputy President
    of the Legislative Council, has told in an interview with
    The West Indian of his association with the recent con-
    ference of Windward Islands elected legislators summoned

    by Hon. E. M. Gairy and

    about which there has been

    considerable discussion as a result of allegations made in

    St. Lucia by Hon. Dr. Carl

    of the conference was consideration of

    ileges” for electives.

    When the LaCorbiniere revela-
    tions “were reproduced in the
    Press here, Mr, Gairy wrote a
    strong denial, saying Dr, LaCor<
    biniere presented an agenda
    which contained nothing but the
    head “Legislators’ Privileges —
    Freedom of Movement.”

    In an interview with the Editor
    of “The West Indian” over this
    battle of the agendas,” Mr, Mar-
    ryshow said: “One Agenda and
    only one was there at the con-
    ference. It is unfair, to put it
    most mildly, that what emanated
    from Dr. LaCorbiniere of. St.
    Lucia should have been made to
    appear to be the agenda. It was
    not. Were it so, I never, never,
    would have consented to oj the
    conference, I do concede the pos-
    sibility that in the secret sessions
    when the item ‘Legislators’ Priv-
    ileges’ in the agenda was reached
    certain extravagant claims may
    have been presented for consider-
    ation. I attended none of the
    secret sessions. I opened the con-
    ference, thought I made a good
    job of it, and in politeness re-
    mained till the public business of
    the day ended,

    Two Conditions

    “There were two conditions on
    which I gave consent to declare
    the conference open: (1) that I
    see the agenda and (2) that there
    be nothing about the conference
    which would savour of disloyalty
    to the Queen. So insistent was
    I On these, that when the
    M.M.W.U. office said my formal
    reply to the invitation to open the
    conference had not been received,
    I pointed out that I had not had
    the agenda and that it was im-
    portant that I approve of it.
    Fventually it turned up, Further,
    leaving nothing to chance, I my-
    self drafted the Resolution of
    Loyalty passed as one of its first
    acts.

    “His Excellency had been asked
    to open the conference but, for

    very good reasons of State, I
    think it was fortunate that he
    had an itinerary to keep which
    took him to Dominica, This was

    an unofficial political conference
    and largely party-labelled, There
    were possibilities of embarassing
    circumstances, Nevertheless, as
    Deputy President of the Legisla-
    ture here, I thought it only proper
    that I should fill the breach, I
    could not fail to extend a formal
    weleome to visiting legislators to
    Grenada, I am just an Unofficial
    Member of the Grenada Executive
    and Legislative Councils, plainly
    that. I belong to no party here,
    in St. Vincent, St. Lucia or Dom-
    inica.

    Each Had Agenda

    “T remained for the rest of the
    afternoon's formalities, including
    passage of the Resolution of Loy-
    alty. Every member present had
    before him an agenda exactly as
    the one sent me and as published
    in the “West Indian” some time
    ago by Mr, Gairy.”

    Mr. Marryshow, at the point,
    expressed deep indignation, at
    what he called “the hurtful whis-
    pering campaign” which had gone
    on since the occasion, Only one
    of his constituents, a man he had
    criticised at times — Mr. Norris
    Hughes—had the good grace to
    ask him face to face what was
    the position. His son, Allister,
    too, had come along with his
    wife for an explanation and
    when told the facts were evi-
    dently satisfied

    “Everybody else,” Mr, Marry-

    show said, “with no respect for
    history, for experience, for a
    life of service, seemed quite
    pleased to create figments of

    imagination from which to draw
    unworthy conclusions. What one
    needs in Grenada most of all is a
    deep sense of sympathetic fel-
    low-feeling, a broader feeling of
    brotherhood and a quickening
    understanding of the formidable
    realities of change.”

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    Grenadians

    Must Work
    Together

    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    ST. GEORGE'S, Sept. 22

    Broadcasting to the people of
    Grenada yesterday afternoon, His
    Exeellency Sir ‘Robert Arundel!
    made what he called “an appeal
    to both sides of industry to pull
    together for their own good and
    for the good of Grenada.”

    Backgrounding the occasion has
    been a recent series of scattered
    strikes in the agricultural industry
    as well as indications of a demand
    for higher wages which, while
    hinted atin a labour leader’s com-
    munication to the Press, has not
    been properly placed before any
    representative employing body

    in simple terms, Sir Robert ex-
    plained that there were two sides
    in industry, employers investing
    money in the land and expecting
    interest on it in the form of pro-
    fit and workers investing their la-
    bour in expectancy of a decent
    living in the form of wages. Both
    suffered equally if the indus-
    try failed, for while improvement
    of wages and conditions of em-
    ployment was naturally a first
    concern of the workers’ side it was
    also a concern of the employer
    that there should be a contented
    and stable labour force on the
    land. While it was in the nature
    of things that employers and work-
    ers should have different views
    on the shares which each should
    get out of their industry, in the!
    last resort they both had a com-
    mon interest in the prosperity of
    the industry in which they wered
    engaged. {

    “T make a special point of this,” |
    His Excellency said, “because ,
    Grenada’s moment of madness last

    year resulted in great loss to the

    country as a whole. The cost to
    Government alone would have
    built schools for nearly 1,000 chil-
    dren. Agriculture, which most of.
    you live by, took the hardest knock
    of all, because the two sides off
    industry lost confidence in each]
    ther. That loss of confidence
    plagues us to this day and is ag-
    gravated every time irresponsible
    oe is taken by one side or the
    other,” ‘

    Irresponsible Action






    Examples of “irresponsible ac-
    tion” Sir Robert said were the
    adoption by employers of an off-
    hand or antagonistic attitude to-
    wards trade unions or the calling
    of a strike by workers or by their

    union before all other means of
    settling the dispute have been
    tried.

    tural strike was far more serious*

    He pointed out that an agricul

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    ‘(From Our Own Correspondent?

    A fair crowd listened on Mon-
    day night to a creditably executed
    recital of Organ music given by
    Lionel D. Burke of Barbados at
    the St. Geoige’s Church. The pro-
    gramme was varied—including
    selections from Mendelssohn’s 2nd
    and 5th sonatas, and music by
    Back, Chopin and Rachmaninoff.
    Also played were two impromptu

    pieces—“Quietude” and “The In-
    dividual’s Part’’ — composed by
    Burke himself. Mr. Burke is a

    student of theology at Codrington
    College.

    Among those listening were F.
    Burke, the performer's brother,
    and R. D. Piggott and E. B.
    Browne, both Barbadians and
    Masters at the Grammar School.
    Piggott jofmed the Grammar
    School last August.

    FOR 2-YEAR COURSE



    Daphne Watty and Patrick
    James, elementary school teach-
    ers, left the colony by the Lady
    Rodney on Wednesday for a two
    year course at the Government
    Training College in Trinidad.



    Since 1935 local teachers have
    been sent to Trinidad for train-
    ing but the practice ceased in

    1946 with the expectation of giv
    ing greater support to the Cen-
    teno Training Scheme, which
    unfortunately did not materialize.
    These are the first teachers sent
    for training since 1946.

    TO STUDY MEDICINE



    Rosmund Shillingford and Helen
    Armour are leaving on Monday
    by the s.s, Colombie for Jamaica,
    where they intend studying medi-
    cine at the University College of
    the West Indies.

    Both girls had brilliant careers
    as students of the Convent High
    School, where*they obtained their
    School Certificates. From 1950
    they were allowed to atiend the
    Grammar School to do Pure Sci-
    ence to School Certificate stand-
    ard-as~seience is not taught at
    the Convent,

    Rosmund is the daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. T, D, Shillingford. Mr.
    Shillingford is a leading merchant
    and manager. of the Dominica
    branch of the Bata Shoe Co.

    Helen is the daughter of Dr. and
    Mrs. R. F. Armour, Dr, Armour
    is also an estate owner and
    lanter, One of his sons, C. “Carly”
    Armour, left last month for a
    University in the United King-
    dom where he aims to work to-
    wards a degree in Engineering.
    Another of the Doctor's sons hopes

    ‘to go to England né@xt year to

    read law.
    ‘OR CODRINGTON COLLEGE

    Also leaving by the “Colombie”
    n Monday is Clifford J. Norris,



    jwho goes to Codrington College

    to pursue studies in theology.
    Norris, a keen footballer, has
    represented the island in football
    ion several occasions

    Other students going abroad for
    study are Joan Rolle, who goes

    than, for example, a strike in aftr France to attend Art School

    factory making matches.
    a match factory in such an event
    might be closed down and pro-
    duction suspended for a period, in
    agriculture crops spoiled on the
    trees, weeds swamped young crops,
    stock sufferel from inattention.
    Sir Robert then dealt with
    methods of collective bargaining
    and negotiation as a means of set-
    tling differences without destroy-
    ing the fundamental partnership
    between those involved in a trade
    dispute. Few disputes were not
    susceptible to settlement by nego-
    tiation provided the parties or

    their representatives would sit
    down and talk the thing out
    quietly.

    For dealing with current dis-
    putes and differences there was an
    obvious need for some standing
    body on which both sides of in-
    dustry could be represented, The
    Reference Board created last year
    was intended to meet this need.
    If this Board were no longer re-
    cognised, it was a matter of ur-
    gency to create some new body
    to undertake these duties.

    While'sin Paris and W,

    : “Billy” Green
    Who goes to the University of
    Louvaine, Belgi to continue
    his studies in medicine. Green
    did his pre-med. studies at a
    University in Canada, but the
    high rate of exchange forced him
    to seék admission to a University
    in a non-dollar country

    RAINY DAYS



    September has so far been
    very rainy, 15.02 inches of rain
    having fallen in the first nine-

    teen days. Only two days, the
    13th and 14th, were completely
    dry, and on the filth and 19th
    there were violent thunderstorms
    with heavy rain. Over 6 inches
    of rain fell on the 10th and 11th,
    and 2.70 inches were recorded on
    the 19th at Roseau.

    September is within the hurri-
    cane seasan, and is usually a
    month of storms. On September
    Ist last year the southern part of
    Dominica was hit by the tail of
    a hurricane which did consider-



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    Marryshow Tells Of Agenda Battle

    Trinidad Bakers
    To Call Protest

    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    PORT-OF-SPAIN, September 20
    TRINIDAD’S bakers who have been quiet for some
    months, gave indications this week that they are prepar-
    ing for “war” with the Department of the Controller of
    Imports and Exports again on the question of flour.

    There was no indication that
    there was a row between the bak-
    ers and the department. Sudden-
    ly the Trinidad and Tobago Mas-
    ter Bakers’ Association, which
    boasts of a membership of 300,
    dropped a hint that they might
    soon call a general protest strike
    igainst the method of purchasing
    bakers’ flour by the department,

    Arrangements have been made
    for an emergency meeting of the
    Association next Thursday for the
    purpose of taking decisions con-
    nected with the “complete dis-
    regard by the department and
    Government” of its recommenda-
    tions on flour supplies. At this
    meeting, too, a member will be
    selected to visit Tobago to arouse
    interest’ among master bakers
    there.

    According to an official of the
    association, the Controller was
    suying “any and every brand of
    flour which is lowest in price” and
    disregarding the advice of the as-
    sociation and of the committee ap-
    pointed by the Hon. Albert Gomes,
    Minister of Labour, Industry and
    Commerce,

    The only Government comment
    was: The “battle of the brands”
    all over again. The people be-
    hind the strike idea are obviously
    those who want to monopolise the
    flour market by making the bak-
    ers demand one brand of flour

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    A syndicate of five, including a
    Port-of-Spain druggist, are hold-
    ers of the ticket ZZ2507 which
    drew Hope Dawns, winner of the
    two-shilling sweepstake run in
    connection with the recently con-
    eluded Santa Rosa four-day race
    meeting.

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    a regular ticket seller named
    Marcano. Mr. Victor Potin, the
    druggist, does not know who are
    the other four shareholders in the
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    Mr. Potin, who is married but
    has no children, has been buying
    sweepstake tickets for “quite a
    long time.” He is happy to share
    in the prize money but would not
    say how he proposes to use it.

    18-HOUR CARNIVAL

    A feature of the Colony’s cele-
    brations connected with the coro-
    nation of Queen Elizabeth IT next
    June will be an 18-hour carnival,
    Items of the long celebrations pro-
    gramme include a week’s holiday
    for schools, a public holiday with
    full pay and fireworks.

    Government has appointed a
    large Coronation Committee
    (about 50) which has been divicd-
    ed into five sub-committees to
    make arrangements for fireworks,
    church services, parades, school
    activities and a Red House (chief
    Government building) reception
    on Coronation Day.

    It is expected that the Gov-
    ernor, Sir Hubert Rance, will pre-
    side at the Red House function

    On Coronation Day, too, the
    $95,000 Princess Elizabeth Home
    for Handicapped Children, funds
    for construction of which were
    subscribed by the public, will be
    opened, there is to be a Govern-
    ment house dinner and church
    services will synchronise with the
    Coronation Ceremony at West-
    minster Abbey.

    LC.T.A, CHIEF RESIGNS

    Mr. Harold J. Page, Principal of
    the Imperial College of Tropical
    Agriculture, whose resignation
    was announced last week, will be
    returning to Trinidad on Septem-
    ber 25 in the s.s. Colombie. He
    will be accompanied by Mrs,
    Page with whom he has been on
    leave in England

    Mr. Page will be remaining in
    Trinidad less than a month for he
    has to leave again on October 20
    for Rome to take up an appoint-
    ment with the Food and
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    condemned by God and man. Any
    thinking man picking up our daily
    newspaper may well be excused
    if he asks himself whether people

    in Trinidad apply any serious!

    thought at all to their work and |

    The post of Senior Soil Chemist recreation.” |
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    to the idea of operation of a State spurned offers of foreign techni- |
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    results

    Writing in the September issue “We are eating nearly one half }
    of the “Diocesan Magazine, organ the meat we ate before and three
    of the Anglican Church in the times as much fish as when I ot
    Colony, the Right Rev. D. J. Wil- dered that more fish be eaten.”
    son, Bishop of Trinidad, suggests: —UP
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    which we should be glad to dis
    charge our social obligations.” DEFENCE MEETING ENDS |

    His Lordship writes: “Our socia! HONOLULU, Sept. 26. |

    life is a round of pleasure and A three-day secret meeting by

    sport, raffles, bingo jackpots, the military section of the Pavifie |

    sweepstakes, a pee Defence Alliance will end today |

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    lieve,” he writes, “that amuse-
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    God-given part to play in human
    life. I will not condemn a thing
    because I believe that the Churci
    must show its rightful use, If

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    sarticipating countries estimate
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    yards,

    Western European countries led
    with an estimate of 1,700,000,000
    square yards followed by Britain
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    1.100,000,000.

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    woleiro Abe, leader of the Jay
    onese delegation in his speech to
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    cifficult to make any dependable
    estimate. If we examine the esti-
    mates objectively they no doubt!
    leave a great deal for furthe:

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    September 27, 1952

    Saturday,







    Christian Welfare

    THE Y.W.CA. of Great Britain is run-
    ning an ll wi course at their College,
    Selly Oak, Birmingham beginning on Jan-
    uary 13, 1953. ot oe

    The course is on tropical rural welfare
    and is intended especially for the wives of
    British officials and professional men going
    to the tropics and for all wives from the
    tropics accompanying their husbands to
    England.

    Primarily intended for tropical needs in
    undeveloped rural areas the course includes
    instruction in visual aids, drama and
    literature, cookery and nutrition, child
    care, food cultivation and co-operative
    principles.

    In addition optional facilities will be
    provided for a three weeks tour of small
    holder farms, womens’ institutes and young
    farmers’ clubs in Scotland or Northern
    Ireland.

    The course has been arranged in con-
    sultation with the Colonial Office, the
    Colonial department of the University of
    London Institute of Education, missionary
    societies and the National Federation of
    Women’s Institutes.

    In recent years the Y.W.C.A. has bee!
    revived in Barbados and not long age
    delegates attended a meeting of the Worlc
    Y.W.C.A. in Trinidad. No doubt the Sells
    Oak course was mentioned at this confer
    ence and one would expect that wives ©
    some officials are already making prepara-
    tions to attend this course during comin;
    visits to the United Kingdom.

    Undoubtedly too other non-official wive
    and members of the Y.W.C.A. throughout
    the Caribbean will be interested in attend-
    ing a course which has been especially de
    signed to meet the requirements of the are
    in which they live.

    Courses it need not be added cost mone:
    but the sum of £44 all inclusive for eleve:
    weeks residence in college seems wel!
    within the capacity of even the Barbado
    Y.W.C.A. to afford for at least one of its
    members.

    If early applications were made now be

    fore other colonial territories rush to tak«
    up the available residential accommodation,
    Barbados might be represented at this im
    portant course at a time when the need foi
    leadership in the local Y.W.C.A. is openly
    admitted by its executive committee.
    » Oneis entitled to expect that there woul
    be no difficulty in obtaining the finance:
    required for transportation and travel t
    and from Birmingham from public sub
    scription. There is every reason to hopi
    too that airline or steamship companie:
    would offer special reduced fares to a lad)
    engaged in “a work of such social import
    ance to Barbados.

    If anyone is sceptical as to the necessit)
    for sound training in tropical rural welfar«
    a morning spent within range of the con-
    versation of women field labourers is to b«
    recommended. It is not just a question 0!
    bankruptcy of ideas and thoughts: th
    subjects chosen for discussion among
    middle-aged women labourers are so de-
    void of any ethical or moral content as tc
    brood ill for the development of this islanc

    It is impossible to stress too often and tox
    strongly the urgent need for social work t:
    be carried on in the rural districts of Bar
    bados if that full life which is ardently
    praised by social reformers and championed
    by all men of goodwill is ever to be
    achieved.

    The expansion of community centres,
    housecraft centres and other superstruc-
    tures, excellent as they are in themselve:
    are only valuable if sure foundations are
    being laid at the lower level of field labour-
    ers, domestic servants, hawkers and the
    other professions which absorb the majority
    of Barbadian womenfolk, © Barbados has
    no lack of social experts, adult educationists
    and others who are so absorbed by the
    multiplicity and complexity of the pattern
    of Barbadian social problems that they are
    bemused into believing that only the
    periphery can be touched. In consequence
    social welfare work is in danger of becom
    ing a subject for squabbles among the sup
    porters of this or that social theory.

    What is wanted is a short, sharp turn-
    about and a recognition by all those whose
    interests are vitally connected with the type
    of womenfolk this island breeds that how-
    ever much has been scratched on the sur-
    face of welfare work for women, there is
    a frightening leeway to be made up among
    the classes whose levels of education pre-
    vent them from benefiting from the more
    streamlined efforts which are being made to
    produce a welfare “cream”. Only the
    strong inspiration which comes from deep
    religious belief and the understanding
    which derives therefrom can be expected
    to perform the miracle of transforming
    Barbadian womanhood. The Y.W.C.A. is
    one of the agencies which ought to be in the
    vanguard of this movement and the course
    at Selly Oak ought to be attended by at

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    Our Common Heritage =23

    | His Varied Interests

    In his day there were few more
    lattractive figures in the public
    ‘Yife of the island than Charles
    Pitcher Clarke, His musical voice,
    with its impressive power and re-
    |sonance, his Liberal sympathies,
    ‘this high-minded patriotism, his
    dignified and imposing appear-
    ance, combined to give him a
    strong hold on the public imagi-
    ‘nation. “He had a tall and aris-
    tocratic figure “wrote a com-
    mentator at the time of his death
    in 1926, “a head well-shaped and
    most magnificiently poised, and
    his face commanded the instant
    lattention of the most casual by
    its splendid and arresting intel-
    ligence.” To all sections of the
    lcommunity he had come to be
    'known affectionately as “C.P.”’ yet
    \few would have had the tem-
    |erity to address him as such to his
    face, so great was the respect
    ihe commanded even from those
    | who ventured to oppose him,

    “c. P. Clarke, the son of Samuel
    James Clarke, was born at Staple
    Grove plantation Christ Church,
    fon June 26, 1857. He was taught
    the rudiments of Latin, Greek
    jand Mathematics at the Middle
    |School, to which he travelled
    levery day on the back of a don-
    |key, His education was then con-
    | tinued at Codrington College and
    later he went up to St. John’s
    | College, Cambridge. First he took

    yhis B.A. and then proceeded to
    the LL.B. in 1879,
    | He was called to the Bar in

    1882 and then remained in Eng-
    land for six years. During that

    {time he endured the lot of a
    | oriefless barrister but the ex-
    rerience of those years was to

    »rove of inestimable benefit to
    jhis future career in Barbados.
    He attended the law Courts

    :egularly, making a careful study
    of the eminent judges and barris-
    ters engaged in every important
    case he attended. But there were
    other interests to which he gave
    jhis time, Early in life, he showed
    a great love of literature and he
    was able to develop this interest
    while he was in England. He
    devoted himself to the drama
    and was privileged to see Henry
    Irving and Ellen Terry bring
    many of Shakespeare’s charac-
    ters to life on the stage. Sunday
    jafter Sunday would see him at
    some place of worship listening
    to sermons from London's best
    preachers. And his interest in
    the theory and practice of educa-
    tion led him to the College of
    Preceptors where he frequently
    attended classes in educational
    , methods.

    But Clarke’s absorbing passion
    was for politics. He was fas-
    cinated by the political philosophy
    lof Gla e and schooled him-
    self in t principles of Liber-
    aiism as defined. by the great
    Uiberal leatier — peace,retrench-
    nent and reform, He even be-
    ‘ame attaéhed to’ the secretariat
    if Gladstoye’s party, serving as
    1onorary sé@cretary of the Ham-
    nersmith Biberal Association, In
    his work He was supremely happy
    ind began to hope that one day
    re «would sit in the House of
    ‘ommons as a devoted follower
    f£ his venerable’ chief. But
    inaneial pressure forced him to
    eave England and in 1888 he
    eturned to his native island,

    In Barbados Clarke quickly
    nade his mark at the Bar, He
    showed a clear grasp of the prin-
    iples of law and a sure mastery
    the most minute details. This
    idded to “a sonorous and com-
    nanding eloquence and the ut-
    nost felicity of language” soon
    nade him one of the outstanding
    members. of the Bar. The high
    standatds . he set himself as a
    varrister at once attracted the
    ittention of Sir Conrad Reeves
    ind thus began a friendship that

    s : Charles Pitcher Clarke

    explaining the innumerable de-
    tails of the colony’s revenue and
    expenditure. His speeches
    these occasions were models of
    close reasoning and were once
    described by an enthusiastic ad-
    mirer as not unworthy of his
    great master, Gladstone.

    Perhaps the greatest monument
    his memory is the measure
    which he piloted through the
    House to introduce Income Tax
    into Barbados. Clarke had always
    felt that it was wrong that the
    island should rely on indirect
    taxation to get its revenue. For
    under this system the masses of
    the people were required to meet
    the island’s expenses by paying
    taxes on the necessities of life.
    From the time he entered public
    life, Clarke had therefore advo-
    cated that Income Tax should be
    introduced as ‘he fairest form
    of taxation, sitice it fell on those
    who were best able to bear the
    burden. There was flerce opposi-
    tion to the measure but thanks,
    to the moral support of the Gov-
    ernor, Sir Leslie Probyn, and
    the growing weight of public
    opinion, Clarke eventually won a
    notable victory. His persuasive
    oratory had never been employed
    to better effect and in a nobler
    cause.
    It maybe claimed, without ex-
    aggeration, that the introduction

    on a flagrant piece of class legisla- |



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    undertaken through private |
    charity. He denounced the Bill as

    tion and firmly contended that
    any project, which received public |
    support, should _be open to all
    women, irrespective of class,
    colour or creed. Clarke’s strong
    stand shamed the government, of
    which he was not then a member,
    into accepting an amendment that
    made the Bill a thoroughly dqmo-
    cratic measure. For the govern-
    ment recognised that his argu-
    ment was unanswerable and that
    the public was in complete
    agreement with the principle he
    had championed,

    The Historian I

    It is not surprising that a man
    of such unwavering Liberal views,
    so strongly opposed to selfish
    class interests, should have been
    denounced by some as a danger-
    ous radical. But nothing could
    have been further from the truth.
    His mind was happily balanced
    and his temper invariably even.
    He believed in ordered progress,
    but he was by temperament and
    training opposed to the extremes
    of radicalism, Though he wanted
    to see Barbados adapt itself to
    modern conditions, he would
    never have liked to see it lose
    the best standards of the older
    world. It was this perhaps that
    made him so keenly interested in







    CHARLES PITCHER CLARKE

    of Income Tax was one of the

    eatest contributions to the pub-
    ic finance of Barbados and, if
    Clarke had done nothing else in
    the whole course of his career, he
    would still deserve a high place
    in the history of the island, It is
    tting to recall that his last
    speech in the Assembly, wher
    ill-health had already made
    serious inroads on his energies,
    was a passionate oration in which
    he refuted certain specious pleas
    that had been brought forward
    with the object of removing the
    Income Tax Act from the statue
    ook,

    A man of Clarke's convictions
    was certain to arouse suspicion in
    certain quarters, He had lived in
    England during the period when
    the magnificent, if at times angry,
    duels between those two men of
    genius, Gladstone and Disraeli,
    had aroused the passions of the

    asted until the death of the English people. He had seen the
    chief Justice in 1902. remarkable change that had
    a place in English political

    Ga , caak life owing to the influence of
    Gladstone's Disciple John Stuart Mill who had taught

    But Clarke was not satisfied the doctrine of complete democ-

    with the suecess he won at the
    ccal Bar, for his heart was really
    set on a political career, He was
    nflamed with the idea of bring-
    ng the doctrines of Liberalism to
    ear on the politics of the island
    nd helping to change the whole
    utlook of the community, He did

    = ot suct@ed in his first attempt to
    ‘ain a seat in the House of As-
    embly but the following year he
    vas elected to represent the par-
    +h_of St. Peter and retained his
    eat until ill-health forced him
    to retire in 1924. In due course,
    he government saw the neces-
    ity of securing his services as a
    supporter, for his knowledge of
    constitutional law and his gift of
    ofty and convincing eloquence
    would serve to bridge the gap
    retween the House and _ the
    Executive Committee, In 1907 he
    vas appointed Solicitor “General
    ind four years later took sick.
    ‘'n 1913, when Aubrey Goodman,
    ine of the famous cricketing
    »yrothers, was promoted to an
    mportant post in the Straits
    3ettlements, Clarke was appoint-
    d to succeed him as Attorney
    azeneral and nine years later was
    snighted for his public services
    As Attorney General, Clarke
    was charged with the responsi-
    ility of piloting government
    neasures through the House of
    Assembly, The popular chamber,
    hen as always only recognised
    he voice of a master and Greaves
    nd Goodman had dominated the
    Assembly. While Clarke did not
    nave the forcefulness of his two
    predecessors, he was ceitainly
    heir equal in the art of per-
    uasive eloquerice. He was’ by
    vature and training the most
    Liberal of men im Barbadian
    »olitics and he was) resolved to
    further the work of reform in the

    racy. He had seen . Gladstone
    swept into power, with the weapon
    of a large majority in his hands,
    thanks tothe support of the
    newly enfranchised classes. He
    had witnessed the beginning of
    the movement that was to equip
    England with the modern services
    and institutions that helped her
    to face the problems that were to
    come later. Clarke had been deep-
    ly impressed by the impassioned
    efforts of the ‘“‘Grand Old Man”
    to made democracy a_ working
    reality.

    The principles he imbibed in
    England ‘Clarke tried to put into
    practice in Barbados, His aim
    was to adapt the island's institu-
    tions to modern democratic con-
    ditions, to interest the people as
    a whole in the work of parlia-
    mentary government. He saw the
    necessity for carrying public ques-
    tions beyond the House of As-
    sembly to the larger tribunal com-
    posed of the community as a
    whole. The age of public meet-
    ings had not yet arrived in Bar-
    bados, yet Clarke’s speeches were
    obviously directed to the public
    at large, appealing to their reason-
    ing: faculties and their ‘sénse of
    justice, and enlisting their sup-
    port for any measure he sought
    to pilot through the House, One
    instance must suffice to show. the
    policy and methods he adopted to
    advance the claims of justice. In
    1897 the government sponsored a
    Bill to emigrate a certain class of
    women to Canada and the U.S.A.
    The measure was frankly exclu-
    sive and it is astonishing to think
    that’ the government could have
    regarded it as an appropriate way
    to celebrate the jubilee of Queen
    Victoria. Clarke’s opposition was
    firm and unyielding and the speech
    he delivered on that occasion was
    characteristic of the man. He con-

    the history of the island. In spite
    of the heavy burden of his pro-
    fessional and public duties, he
    found time to keep his literary
    interests alive and to delve into
    the archives of the colony. The
    older foundations of Barbados, its
    customs and traditions, exercised
    an sincreasing fascination over
    him and it is felt that, if he could
    have afforded it, he might have
    retired from the public service
    earlier. to devote himself entire-
    ly to what had become an ab-
    sorbing passion.

    When Clarke returned to Bar-
    bados in 1888, the air was still
    thick with the furious controversy
    of 1876. He soon set to work to
    make a thorough study of the cir-
    cumstances leading up to, and the
    results flowing from, the great
    battle between Barbados and the
    Colonial Office, With exemplary
    industry he looked up all the doc-
    uments relating to the dispute and
    the results of his research were
    published in a series of articles in
    the “Barbados Herald” and later
    brought out in book form under
    the title “The Constitutional
    Crisis of 1876 in Barbados.” That
    book has since proved a mine of
    information to the historian and
    has placed posterity under an im-
    measurable debt to Clarke,

    In 1902 Clarke published a
    pamphlet on the history of the
    Vestries and this was to provide
    Sir John Maude with the neces~
    sary historical background when
    he came to review the island's
    system of government in 1949.
    And all the time, besides writing
    occasional articles on the subject
    so near to his heart — he also
    collaborated. withe-Aubrey Good-
    man in revising the laws of the
    island — he worked steadily on
    what was to be his great work,
    a history of Barbados. Before ill-
    health brought his labours to an
    end, he had collected notes for
    the whole history and had even
    written a part of the projected
    work,

    As constitutional lawyer, states-
    man and historian, Clarke may be
    numbered among those who made
    their mark on their generation.
    He did not possess ‘the mind of
    the lawyer in the narrow sense
    of the word. His intelligence, in
    the words of a contemporary, was
    ample and comprehensive rather
    than acute and technical. To some
    he appeared too gentlemanly and
    too averse. to those ruthless
    methods that might have made
    him a really formidable force in
    the political arena. To these he
    seemed to lack the hard fighting
    qualities that go to make great
    reputations in the hurly burly of
    politics, Yet Clarke realised that,
    without an organised party to
    support him without a disciplined
    majority in the House, his only
    hope of success was to proceed by
    the method of persuasion rather
    than by the threat of coercion. He
    sought to introduce the doctrines
    of Liberalism into Barbados, rely-

    sland. 2 was especially inter- g 1 y

    ae i Se eer = ceded that it was a laudable ing only on | the Weapons of
    ation anc his thing to help laties g reason and justice; and he thus

    speechés on all debates relating oy ng = as P “ro whose cir= set a fine and fruitful example

    to this question may even cumstances bat been reduced to that was to be of the first ple |

    now be read, Equally absorbing general poverty Bod who ‘would portance in the era of transition

    was his interest. in finance, not find in the island opportuni- that lay ahead of the island.

    As leader of the House, he ties for employment such as ex- iy res

    was entrusted with the task of isted elsewhere. But such a ven- (Next Saturday CHARLES

    introducing the Estimates, and ture, he submitted, could only be CHENERY).

    SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1952

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    get and which the British Council neve-
    tell us I include the fact that London
    never had a public library until 1684.

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    his own ideas about getting to Heaven
    (and seeing what this place is coming
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    He plans to take with him our fourteen
    hens (they already have wings) but he
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    sea to realise that it had turned ‘into. «
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    compatriot told me the other day with ¢
    smile of satisfaction. But in what form’.
    Two persons quite recently have com
    to me and told me something about my
    self that- was news to me, and which |
    knew to be false.

    The last thing I would place reliance:
    on in Barbados is Dame Rumour.

    P.S. Isn’t it time that drivers ol,garts will be closed for Annual Stock Taking on:
    filled with straw stopped using**akea
    lights? For the benefit of the ignorant,
    a naked light is one without clothes on

    WEDNESDAY Sept. 24

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    Director of Highways and Transport ane
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    C.J. Affirms Judgm

    Appellant Must Give Up

    Possession Of Lands

    IN A WRITTEN JUDGMENT handed down in the

    Court of Error yesterday, His Lordship the Chief Judge,
    Sir Allan Collymore, dismissed the appeal of Winifred
    Scantlebury, and affirmed the judgment of the Court of
    Appeal which ordered her to give up possession of certain
    lands at St. James. His Lordship however varied the
    time for giving up the land from ten days to twenty-one
    days. the statement in her evidence,—
    My. W. W. Reece, Q.C., Coun- “I don’t know Beatrice Younge
    sel for the appellant, instructed ...—yet it is clear that she knew
    by Messrs. Yearwood & Boyce of her existence and admitted to
    asked for a stay of execution for the Respondent's attorney the
    six weeks, with a view to appeal Tights of the Respondent, when

    to the West Indian Court. of She said to him—‘“I have a piece
    Appeal. The application was Of land belonging to Beatrice
    granted. Younge and I pay taxes for it.”

    After delivering his judgment, On the evidence as a whole I have
    His Lordship expressed his per- 0 doubt that the Appellant en-
    sonal view on the case, observing Joyed permissive occupation of the
    that “it would be a sorry day for lend as her husband had done
    Rarbadians who owned land left Previously and throughout ac-
    in charge of relatives while they knowledged the Respondent as the
    are residing abroad, if such rela- true owner of the land, accord-
    tives as care to, because of non- ingly the Statute never com-
    payment of rents, can oust the menced to run in her favour as
    rightful owners claims by pleading her enjoyment was not one of
    the Statute of Limitation, exclusive enjoyment. Her pos-

    Respondent in the suit was Session is the possession of the
    Beatrice Younge who was repre- Owner,
    sented by Mr. E,. K. Walcott, Held Herself Agent
    Q.C., instructed by Messrs, Cot- While I agree with the argu-
    tle, Catford and Company. ments of learned Counsel for the

    Delivering his judgment, His Appellant relating to the ques-
    Lordship said: tion of agency and the lack of

    “The case out of which this privity of contract between the
    appeal arises was in the nature Parties, it cannot be denied, if
    eof a suit for ejectment of the â„¢Y view of the position is cor-
    Appellant by the Respondent, '¢ct, that the Appellant held
    through her constituted attorney herself out as agent for the Re-
    on record, from certain lands in SPondent by paying taxes in the
    the parish of Saint James. The “cumstances which I have
    trial related.

    judge gave judgement for “
    the Respondent (Plaintiff) and web tik cttae ie
    ordered the Appellant (Defend- ace. a piece of a belonging

    ant) to give up possession within t

    ie o Beatrice Young and I pay
    ae nh eae : om taxes for it,” before the Police
    e srounds of appeal are:— Magistrate said this — “The land

    (1) The learned Judge was on which the hoi 8
    Wrong in law holding that the which my Fuabenwt nent! work
    — was not barred by .the was the property of his mother,
    nwte of Limitations, Elizabeth Harris, who died in
    (2) That the decision of the January 1927 without making a
    learned Judge was against the will and my late husband was
    weight of the evidence, her only lawful son.” This latter
    “In 1910 the Respondent pur- statement discloses a clear at-
    chased the land in dispute from tempt to set up a title in herself
    the late Dr. E. G, Pilgrim, and Which a review of the evidence
    cbtained a conveyance for the Shows was entirely false and had
    sume. She left the island some NO reference to the Statute of
    time after, at a date which does Limitations. I have little hesfa-
    not appear in the evidence, but tion in holding that she cannot
    it seems, must have been some be allowed to take advantage of
    time in 1922 or before, From 1922 ‘he previous conflicting | state-
    until his death in 1933 one Cecil ments which she has made or
    Scantlebury a brother or half- denied that Beatrice Younge is
    ‘ + = " the rightful owner by sheltering
    brother of the Respondent and the nok
    husband of the Appellant, occu- Gellas bac teen G ciate
    pied the land, his wife and he Nasehaateis for ae than the fe-
    living together in a chattel house Possess . mS

    Y , uisite period,
    situated thereon, Since his death werhe fe

    “The claim to mesne rofits
    the Appellant has continued to could only extend bom te date
    live in the house on the ‘

    ¢ same when the Appellant ceased to be
    land and is there at present. # permissive occupant and be-
    No Rent Paid came a trespasser on refusal to
    “Throughout this period no rent deliver up possession of the land,
    in respect of the land has been and this claim has not yet been
    paid, but the taxes have been persisted in.
    always paid in the name of Bea- | “The appeal must be dismissed,
    trice Younge, the respondent. The the judgment of the Court below
    conveyance for the land having @ffirmed and the Appellant given
    been proved and recorded in 2! days within which to give up
    1948, the Respondent's attorney Possession.
    sought to evict the Appellant in
    that year by lodging a complaint
    before a Police Magistrate but

    7 ° ;
    og as the Magisirate held that \ essels Br
    1¢ had no jurisdiction. a Colas, Copra

    “Counsel for the Appellant
    the course of his argument has
    urged that mistakes and inconsis- Colas copra, charcoal. and
    tencies in the evidence of his fresh fruit were the main items
    client cannot alter the true legal brought to the island by four
    relationship of the parties or af- vessels which arrived here be-
    oe operation of the Statute tween Thursday and yesterday
    a) zimitations, i arri in-
    “This appeal coming as it does Auk eee es ee ued
    from the Assistant Court of Appeal motor vessel. The schooners were
    in its original jurisdiction, calls 4,. wonderful Counsellor tee
    for a re-hearing and determination denia W. and the Cyclorama.

    both on questions of law and fact, Counsel
    ond accordingly a careful examin- me Wenente — oon



    ation of the evidence, which is not f°™ St. Lucia and the other
    lengthy, is, in my view, an essen- two ere 7 eg rful
    tial to a proper The cargo of the ‘onde:

    appreciation of the Counsellor consisted of 658 bags

    of copra, 50 bags of charcoal, 100
    posts and 4 bags of cocoanuts,
    while the Cyclorama brought 730
    drums of colas, The Gardenia W.
    which came into port on Thurs-
    day night brought as its cargo
    454 bags of cocoanut meal, 11
    cartons of Angostura bitters, 94
    pieces of lumber, 180 pieces of
    cedar boards, 133 cylinders of
    gas, 27 bags of lime stone, 30
    dozen straw brooms and 7 bar-
    rels of fresh fruit.

    The motor vessel which ar-
    rived was the Lady Joy from St.

    legal position.
    “While I agree that the payment
    of parochial taxes in the name of
    an individual is not conclusive as
    to rights of ownership of that
    individual any more than non-
    payment of rent is conclusive
    as to exclusive possession of an
    eccupant, yet both of these are
    factors which must be taken into
    account together with all the cir-
    cumstances of each particular case,
    Here I think the family relation-
    ship of the persons mentioned
    above sev Fp great importance
    in a consideration of
    position, Ag ravteads serie Lucia, Its cargo consisted of 60
    cut, Cecil Scantlebury was a drums of SOON ties ofl, ne) bags
    brother or half brother of the of charcoal, 957 posts, 200 pack-
    Appellant and was no stranger eet eng’ 50 pee oh Soph
    while he possessed the land. His fruit, 5 bags of pineapples and
    possession was in my view in the 158 cocoanut plants.
    form of a permissive oc¢upation, OIL TANKER ARRIVES
    enjoying as he did the fruits of a®°§ —————_______
    land and paying the taxes on be- The oil
    half of the Respondent, From 1933 arrived . in port from Point-a-
    the present Appellant and sister- Pierre on Tuesday brought a
    in-law of the Respondent occupied quantity of motor gasolene and
    the land on the same basis as her kerosene for Messrs, General
    late husband haq previously Traders and R. M. Jones, The
    done _She too Was no stranger Redas is consigned to DaCosta
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    Administration
    Granted

    In the Court of Ordinary yes-
    terday His Lordship the Chief
    Judge, Sir Allan Collymore, grant-
    ed the petition of Gwendolyn I.
    Walton of Four Cross Roads, St.
    John, for Letters of Administra-
    tion to the estate of her husband
    Egbert L. Walton.

    His Lordship also granted the
    petition of Christopher McD.
    Eatson of Merricks, St. Philip, for
    Letters of Administration cum
    testimento annexo de bonis non
    toe the estate of his brother, Gor-
    don. Oscar Batson, late of Four
    Roads, St. Philip. The will was
    proved-on the 24th October, 194},
    end testamentary letters issued
    te the father, Cornelius Batson,
    row deceased.

    In both these matters. Mr. C. H.
    Clarke, Q.C., instructed by Mr.
    H. L. Thomas of the firm of
    Messrs Carrington & Sealy, Solic-
    itors, represented the petitioners.

    Letters of Administration were
    also granted to Rosalie kles of
    Welches Road, St. Michael, Attor-
    ney for Emily Payne of New York,
    to the estate of Muriel Bailey,
    late of New York. Mr. W .W.
    Reece, Q.C., Solicitor General, in-
    structed by Messrs Cottle Catford
    and Company, Solicitors, appeared
    on behalf of the petitioners.

    Letters of Administration were
    also granted to Vivian Dear of
    Tudor Bridge, to the estate of her
    daughter Viviette I. Dear, late of
    Ladymede Gardens. St.’ Michael,
    and to Christopher C. Thompson
    of Bank Hall, to tha estate of his
    father Clifford Thompson, late of
    Tollege Land, St. Jeqin.

    Vivian Dear was represented by
    Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, instructed
    by Messrs Yearwood & Boyce,
    while Mr, D, H. L. Ward, instruct-
    €d by Messrs Haynes & Griffith,
    Solicitors, appeared for the peti-
    tioner Christopher Thompson,

    WILLS ADMITTED

    His Lordship the Chief Judge
    Sir_ Allan Collymore, yesterday
    admitted to probate the wills of
    John Jellings Blow of St. John;
    Kathleen Albertha Manning,
    Henry A., Pilgrim and Arthur W.
    Straughan of St. Michael.

    APPLICATION GRANTED



    In the Court for Divorce and
    Matrimonial Causes yesterday,
    His Lordship the Chief Judge, Sir
    Allan Collymore, granted the
    epplication for Decree Absolute in
    the suit of D. Austin, petitioner.
    and D. Austin, Respondent.

    “Decree Nisi was pronounced on
    the 8th August. The petitioner
    appeared in person,

    Decree Nisi was also granted in
    the suit of J. F. Barrett, Petition-
    er, and M. R. Barrett, Responrt-
    ent. Mr, E. K. Walcott, Q C.,
    holding papers for Mr. J. S. B.
    Dear, and instructed by Mr. H.
    L. Thomas of the firm of Messts.
    Carrington & Sealy, Solicitors,
    appeared on behalf of the peti-
    tioner,

    SS
    command of Captain D. P. Bruin.
    It left port on Thursday for St.
    Vincent.

    “BRUNO” DUE SUNDAY

    The Saguenay Terminals liner
    S.S. Bruno under the command
    of Captain Heiberg is due to
    arrive on Sunday evening from
    Montreal.

    Among the cargo for Barbados
    is, 8,000 bags of flour, 160 bun-
    dles of tin containers, general
    merchandise and lumber.

    Due to disembark at Barbados
    is Mrs. Kate Winifred Boog-
    Watson. Joining the ship will
    be. Mrs. Eric Gardiner, wife of
    the Saguenay Terminals super-
    intendent at Trinidad.

    Local agents here are Messrs.
    Plantations Ltd.

    “LADY RODNEY” EXPECTED

    The C.N.S, Lady Rodney is due
    to arrive at day-break on Tués-
    day.

    This vessel will
    1 of general cargo.

    e Lady Rodney is consigned
    to Messrs. Gardiner Austin &
    Co., Ltd., it carries a crew of 124,
    and is under the command of
    Captain A. Le Blanc.

    TRIAL SATISFACTORY

    The launch Trojan which came
    off dock on Thursday went on a
    trial run yesterday, One of the
    crew told the Advocate yester-
    day that the performance of the
    launch was very satisfactory and
    that it will be back in general
    service very soon,

    WORK GOING AHEAD

    Work on the newly acqu'red
    pite of land belonging to the
    Telephone Company at Dayrell’s
    Road is going ahead at a fast
    rate. Yesterday. men were at
    work digging the foundation
    while trees and shrubbery were
    being removed from the eastern
    part of the site.



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    Appeal Judges Confirm
    Fines For Bodily Harm

    IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL yesterday,
    Their Honours Mr. H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H. Han-
    schell confirmed the decision of His Worship Mr. S. H.
    Nurse, Police Magistrate of District “F”, who fined Elkins
    Seale and McDonald Lucas, both of Road View, St. Peter,
    £2 and 3/- costs for inflicting bodily harm on each other
    on October 1, 1951.

    The fines are to be paid in seven days or in default
    one month’s imprisonment with hard labour. Béth ‘men
    appealed against the decision of His Worship Mr, Nurse.

    Police Band At
    Garrison Sunday



    Counsel in the case yesterday
    were Mr. G. H. Adams for
    McDonald Lucas and Mr. W. W
    Reece, Q.C., for Seale

    Seale told the Court

    yesterday
    that on October 1

    while buying

    cigarettes at a shop in St. Peter By kind permission of Colonel
    Montrose Fenty bounced him and ®. T. Michelin, O.B.E., Com-
    he and Lucas had an argument, â„¢!ssioner of Police, the Police
    Lucas attacked him and said he Eand conducted by Captain C. E.
    was representing Fenty, Raison, M.B.E., will render the

    following programme at the Gar-
    rison Savannah on Sunday, Sep-
    tember 28, at 5.00 p.m.

    The programme is as follows:

    Lucas said he heard Seale re-
    buking Fenty and spoke to him,
    He enticed Fenty to leave with
    him but as he was leaving, Seale

    cu i i ace ~ :
    Soe him in his face. He and PROGRAMME
    Seale never agreed through 1. Grand March—THE TRIUMPH OF
    political business. RIGHT Lovell
    Mr. . Adams. submitted that ? Trasle Overture-PHEDRE
    “ me « ‘ — MC
    there was abundant evidence us 3. Valse de Ballet THE SLEBPING
    to who was the aggressor and BEAUTY Tschaikowsky
    asked the Court to decide that 4. Potporri—CLASSICA Ewings
    his client was not the ressor 2 Morcean--POEM' ... sereonen
    ‘ : © aggressor § Operatic Excerpts—WALTER'S
    and that the case against pim PRIZE SONG As Wagner
    should be dismissed. i. Film _ Theme THE DREAM oF
    . % - ALWEN —arr ennison
    Mr . Reace said that the real Sympnonic March—SPIRIT OF
    aggressor was the woman Fenty* PAGEANTRY Fletcher
    and asked the Court to look st 9. Finale

    The Police Band will give a short
    at the close of
    followed by the

    the evidence of the witnesses who

    supported the story told by bi; Marching. Pane’

    i ‘ th rogramme
    client, If the Court accepted the eatin “Of Retreat,
    evidence of his client, then the GOD SAVE . THE . QUEEN

    case against him should be



    missed. “S" MOBILE CINEMA
    Before confirming the decision, ~ ee nde ;
    Their Honours said that after. The Mobile Cinema Unit went

    taking into account the evidence * Bt. Augustine, St. Geosse, or
    thev had before them, they felt Thursday night oh ee
    that the decision of the Police @5 and gave a free Film

    Magistrates ‘Residents from as far as New-
    an should not) fa Tae bury, Applewhaites and Sweet

    Bottom journeyed to St. Augustine
    FINED £3 » to see the show.



    His Worship Mr. C. L, Walwyn, ST. JOSEPH’S DAY
    Police Magistrate of District “A”, -=—#——""——;
    yesterday fined 37-year-old Ed-
    mund Shorey of Dunlow Lane, St.
    Michael, £3 to be paid in 14 days
    or one month's’ imprisonment
    with hard labour for stealing
    £2 4s. 6d. from Marjorie Trgt-
    man on September 9

    Set. Alleyne attached to Cen-
    tral Police Station prosecuted for
    the Police from information re-
    ceived.

    Marjorie Trotman of Bank
    Hall said that while sitting in a
    bus on September 9, the defend-
    ant took a wallet containing
    £2 4s. 6d. out of a basket. .

    ASSAULTED POLICE

    Sunday, October 5 is Saint
    Joseph’s Day, and there will be
    « celebration of this Day at_the
    St. Joseph’s Parish Church, Final
    arrangements to make the occa~
    sion a successful one are almost
    completed. The Chureh Choir,
    conducted by Mr. Merton McCarty
    is still putting in some hard prac-
    tice with Hymns, Psalms and
    Carols, which will be rendered on
    the feast day.

    “RICE SHORTAGE”
    The rice shortage is still being
    felt in St, George; but potatoes
    are in moderate supply. Bread-
    fruit can still be obtained occas-
    jonally and black eyed peas are
    plentiful. No sea eggs were seen
    in some parts of this parish as yet
    this season, ana residents are again
    grudging those who live in other
    parishes which touch the sea,



    A fine of £2 to be paid in 14
    days or one month's imprison.
    ment with hard labour was im-
    posed on Gordon Clarke (25) ef
    Thomas Gap, St, Michael, by His
    Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn,
    Police Magistrate of District “A”,
    who found him guilty of assault-
    ing Police Constable 281 Cumber-
    batch on September 10,

    The case in which Clarke was
    charged with using indecent jan-



    £500,000 C.D.C.
    Grant

    guage on Tudor Street on Sep- KINGSTON, J’ca., Sept. 26.
    tember 10 was dismissed by Mr The Colonial Development
    Walwyn, + Gent Corporation agreed to finance the
    b Mr. FG Smith appeared in jg¢al Industrial Development
    oth cases for Clarke while Sgt. Corporation a total of £500,000
    Alleyne conducted the case for e The
    j upon government guarantee, The

    the Police. re :
    money is to be drawn on when
    Police Constable Cumberbat:h required, but stipulated mini-

    told the Court that on September
    10 while he was on duty on Tudor

    mum amounts.
    lt is also expected that C.D,.C.





    Street he saw the defendant and will assist the Agricultural
    his father pushing a cart with Development Corporation at a
    lumber He got suspicious and fyture date.

    asked them to come along wiih —C.P,
    him to the station. The defendant

    began to use indecent language

    end assaulted him INQUEST TODAY

    ON BOND An inquiry into the elreum-

    His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffitn,
    Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
    trict “A”, yesterday placed Ken-
    neth Forde, a 20-year-old labou

    Stances surrounding the death o1
    Kenneth Springer of Flat Rock,
    St. George, ~will be held by His
    Worship Mr. G. B, Griffith, Act-
    ing Police Magistrate of District

    er of Bay Land, St, Michael, on “A”, today at 10 a.m,

    probation for a period of 12 Springer was detained at the

    months in the sum of £5 for General Hospital on September

    attempting to steal a hand »ag, 18 after he was involved in an

    the property of Amy Alleyne accident on Haggatt Hall roaa
    The offence was committed or with a car about 11.45 a.m. the

    September 22. Same day.





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    HON. GAIRY IN —

    ST. VINCENT

    (From Our Own Correspondent)

    ST. VINCENT.

    The Hon. E. M. Gairy, Mem
    ber of the Legislative Council of
    Grenada, landed in St. Vincent
    on Wednesday, September 19
    His ,arrival aroused great inter-
    est as it was rumoured that Hon
    Zz. T Joshua would be dis-
    eiplined for breaking his pledge
    of Secrecy to the deliberations o(
    the Conference of the Elected
    Members of Council of the Wind-
    ward Islands

    On Wednesday
    the.Hon. E. T Joshua was
    holding his weekly meeting at,
    the Market Square Hon. E. M
    Gairy was seated in a car As
    soon as it stopped several angry
    persons surrounded the car and
    extended an. unfriendly reception
    until the car drove away

    When it was known that
    Hon. E. M
    public meeting on Friday at 4.30
    p.m about 2,000 people gathered
    to hear him Hons George
    Charles and Evans Morgan
    supported him
    arrived about

    evening when!

    the

    who
    the platform
    4.35 pm. The
    crowd did not. favour their ap-
    vearance and for several minutes!
    they were the objects of a word)
    bombardment.

    Mr. Charles rose io address
    but he was refused a hearing
    he sang the Union Ode “Hold
    The Fort” to the microphonc
    while the , noise of the crowd
    accompanied him.

    The Hon. Gairy arrived aftr:
    5 p.m. and was introduced by
    Mr. George Lewis who de-
    nounced the attempt of the St
    Vincent Legislative Council t
    oust Mr, Joshua from the Exe-
    cutive Council

    Mr. Gairy appealed for
    hearing but there was a persist:
    ent demand that Hons, Charl :
    and Morgan’ should leave th
    meeting. When this was don
    under police protection Mr
    Gairy was allowed to continu
    provided no other Elected Mem
    ber but the Hon. E. T. Joshua
    was mentioned

    Mr. Gairy
    “Politics and
    a farce in St

    on

    told his audience
    trade-unionism al
    Vineent. Do nm
    measure me with the sam
    bushel you use for your loce
    politicians,” but this did not re
    move the disappointment they
    felt long before; and even after
    he recounted’ his activities in
    Grenada and Aruba and statcd,
    “Wherever there is British ruk
    there must be grievances,” th
    opinion was’ not changcd



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    aa BARBADOS ADVOCATE ~ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1952
    rN
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    CLASSIFIED ADS, PrBUre NeTICEs Will KeepBoth G ENT NOTICES HIPP NOTICES
    7 th nt il Keep bot OVERNM
    TELEPHONE 2508 IS h NOTICE sents annette
    a ———— bay eee oliver that all persons having F itl d if i \ SS,
    a a as FOR SALE |Eaiate of Ernest “Capisie Piekee inte | ATH An Life swt cenTRa suGAR CANE BREEDING STATION @asa2.ae
    “N VER, d | Belleville in the parish of Saint Michael, i s a DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
    Cal who dled in this Tsland on the 27th day ALVIN, Texas, Sept. 26. | READING ROOM The M/V “CARIBBEE™ will accept
    — — > p> ary 52 r a are ere The ; 2 g fit } 4
    SMITH —In ever loving memory of our required to sehd in particilate of ther | 16° 24-year-old Jehovah Wit- Agricultural Assistant, B.W.I. Central Sugar } pag Ag gt
    Ie belo ed Mother. CO ; ao E AUTOMOTIVE | claims duly attested tO Viola Eulatie , ss ministes who said he would | Cane Breeding Station. PROSE WORKS St. Kitts. Sailing Friday 2th inst
    Suren w re ont : \~z ne | Fie * the Qualified Administratrix of the] Cather die than betray his faith Other Than Science & Healt!
    IMS, atd BROTHE r who . - ce jag?) Estate of the said Ernest Carlisle Fields God i , will kee ‘ ‘nas ; the i s } 4
    7 . . CAR 1 Chev. Master Six, 1947! : isle in God apparently will keep bot! ‘ations are invited for the post of Agricultural Assistant B
    Died eit Hi’ Saptarabes, 1880 Model in A 1 condition. Redman &| : j Mary Baker Eddy The M/V “MONEKA” will accept
    We ara.aad within our me > Taylor's Gatage Ltd 27.9.52_-gn_ | etx office at Janves Street, Bridgetown.| "> * ‘ © though the roac) B’w.1. Central Suga ane Breeding Station, Department of Agri- aticete ath P Cargo and Passengers for Domini-
    hor Saas en c= rly . . — | 4 a 15th day of November,]‘0 complete recovery will be | ulture ee “here tie rs en ca, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
    r the-gres we loves so dea’ ~ 1 me 4 1 2, after which date I shall proceed toflong one ——- oe and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday 4th
    Has for E¥er been called away CAR—1 Morris Car 10 HP 1948 Mode fhute the asset ft & one. re the st is 0 x 72— Obtain a copy of this book from .
    Build. apd _Shaisle (children), |!9 erfect Condition New Bat ery | among the asthe Eaustive Gall, (Son-in-law) Mitch- |Contact Mallaliew, St. Joseph's Rectory | regard to the debts and claims only of{ pital’ said Leo Scott, critically } $1,920 (E.B.) x 96—$2,592 per annum and the point of entry in | MOWEN @ SDMA, Brond Street. ) B.W.1, SCHOONER OWNERS’
    “apes Suey end Pear. |e a 9 ohn | WER A nal en ‘nave, had netice and injured in an automobile wreck | scale will depend on the qualifications and experience of the suecesstul] @ Open” Tucsdavs, Wednesdays, ASSOCIATION UNC
    27. 9. 52-21 | “CAR For Sale 1 Chevrolet car Model | tibuted to any person of whose debt or ae September 9 has past the crisis; applicant. The post is not pensionable but after a year’s probationary Saturdays 10 a.m.—12 o'clock Consignee, Tele. No. 4047
    '1934. P—s3a first class condition, 4 new |e — nA have, Bad notice at the a, peptok wi survive oe | service the officer may join a Provident Fund. ALL ARE WELCOME
    tyres, 1 new battery Apply to M ve has refused to accept blo! . 2 a 2 =r . ‘ ;
    £feH RENT pares, Hovte, Merricks, St Philip one = ame indebted 2s “ait | sransfusions, He will be transfer-| 3.. The successful applicant will be required to provide ie wwawwwww
    : | 37.9. 5220. | secounts without a. ved to Santa Fe hospital in Tem-| With a motor car, a loan towards the purchase of which will be made; _







    a ey

    CAR—Humber Hawk Saloon Car. Per-| Dated this 11th day of September 192. | 5Je, Texas, for what doctors be-|92 terms and conditions similar to those which are applicable to

    HOUSES tect Condition. Done only’ 7,500 miles. qualifed ‘Aaministratrx of theflieve isa long convalescent, travelling officers of the Barbados Government Service, A mileage HARRISON | INE
    ii cas eee eeigiesies AT rt tees * 98.9.52—3n ate of Ernest Carlisle Fields, | period, —U.P | allowance will be paid at standard Government rates.















































































































    - ~———- —— ee 7 deceased i i i i
    cn atin cesta. denies 3 “}ILLMAN SALOONS — new and 12.9.52—4n 4. Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and ex- ene
    Husbands, Mt. Standfast, St. James ©: | used. Austin Saloons — used Citroen aa Set J perience, together with COPIES of testimonials should be addressed |
    WN. E Husbands, Crab Hill, St. Lucy |Saioom. Cole & Con Ltd awe NOTICE ce ee rejets to the Director of Agriculture, Queen’s Park, and will be accepted up OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
    nibh Saetane ligation = Pre ne Ee TRUCK--One V8 FORD TRUCK with|the estate of CLARA ALSOP GALF B. t d 19.9.52—4n, Vessel From Leaves Due
    Browr uu Hastin i Bedroor Piatform. Dial 2523 or 4157 late of Dalkeith Road in the parish o: ea ecor Barbados
    Woter and Light Diai 2098 Lee 27.9.52—2n. | Saint Michael in this Island, Widow, | % - t
    26.9,52—2 La ae scaierip natenhoaaiioiehitcaialiandenascnianat ; vnnsciiidiatedabiatea al |S.S. “COLONIAL .. Liverpool 12th Sept. 26th Sept.
    — who died in this Island on the 11th day ) | “ PHETL”
    FLAT & MOUSE—Fully furnished, 81 | cass in’ Acone’ Condition, One 1000 ]te eek Ee pestewane Ge tain chine, SEOUL, Korea, Sept. 26. : oe. ae - ae pe “171th Sept. 11th Oct
    4 7” . ™—~232 in A-one Condition One to in particulars of their claims i 3 iete ‘ o y 7; J MA ITCHEN jon 5 .
    Lawrence on-Sea. Phone 3503. ‘Ford Car. (P. 42) Apply to B. Clarke. | duly attested, to the undersigned Hamp- United States Sabrejets sho., APPOINTMENT OF SUPERVISOR (FE LE) MAIN K E S.S. “HISTORIAN” Glasgow and P
    2.4.82-t.f.n jvders Hill, St. Philip or G. Bolden.}den Archibald Cuke, qualified Executo: }d0wn four Communist M.LG. 1) | GENERAL HOSPITAL re - Liverpool. 26th Sept. 10th Oct
    “ee near tiaemesaseirs ae Tweedside Road 27.9.52—3n | of the Will of the said Clara Alsop Gaic | ets and damaged three others’ i s.s “BURMOUNT” PA ge » 4th Oct . 17th Oct.
    rully saat nat ie Hotel district ges Sees Pena o-day setting a new record in Applications are invited for the non-pensionable post of Super- coals oy eee 2 OO
    near beautiful beach, 2 airy double | ELECTRICAL Bridgetown, on or before the 29th jay | ‘laims against Red jet fighters i) | yisor, Main Kitchen, General Hospital, at a salary of $480 rising by HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
    bedrooms, English Bath Tub, Gas Stove | of November 1952, after which date }]4 single month. . f $48 912 n lus temporary Cost ot |
    Electricity, Telephone. Special term. | shall proceed to distribute the assets «1 Fitth Airforce officials sai annual increments of $48 to $! per annumy Pp) po! Vessel For Closes in
    for ong EY Write P.O Box 2 GLRCTRICAL SPRAVER Go One Ul the. sala. estate shmens the noriite wit os day’s claims bring th 7 oficial | Living Allowance at Government rates.
    General Pos ice we a ie ce . rit ereto, a regar C= 2 rn 5
    M7. 9 52-2. Electric Sprayer. Complete with Spray| Sich claims of which I shall then have] to 's . . oy | Applicants should not be over 40 years of age, should have at-| 5 ¢ «cROFTER” S .. Liv i 27th Sept.
    i Large Air Tank & Sunbeam Com-| have had notice, and that I shall a Lon RED'S for tee BER 3 | tained a satisfactory standard of education, and should have had/}s's “\ERCHANT” lanana’ 30th Sept
    ‘ILFRACOMBE ON-SEA, Maxwell vet e Arthe Sinvh w. Ph ve aah be liable for assets so distributed * days of September to 55 destroye:i| tained a ae Uy a ee : ; 1 1 i a ie ; 2
    Coast. Excelient sea bathing,” fully fi : rthitr Mayhew. one 474°. any person of whose debt or claim six probably destroyed and 5! |! some experience in housekeeping duties on a large scale. For f er Inf apply to
    nie woaua, 8 bathe, “Barlour ang dining | ——_—— And all perscns ‘indebted te the sa. 2maged. United States pilots Applications on forms obtainable from the Secretary, General r furth ormation, tee
    rooms, usual offices, Electric and wate NEW ARRIVALS from U.S includ® | ostate are uested to settle their i) jequalled the record for otal) Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later than 30th September,
    installed. Phone &286 | me erage Sunbeam Products, oon ac tainees wee ind, Aaa ih. laims against M.I.G’s in a single | Cae *% | DA COSTA & co. LTD. bana Agents
    70.1 fr | Tons & the new combination steam an | Dated the 28th day of September 1952 }month in Mid-September when|’”°* ’
    + TS . s « wy cu . -
    FL yMOUTE Crane Const sev iges |apellances from DaCOSTA & GO. LEI |p Qualified Executor, ane hit, damaged or destroyed 102 i oenetanaee ;
    end from 15th . . 1953. | 4 s ota ; :
    Phone 2953. 20.9.52--t.f.n.| Elect. Dept; Phone 3878, tate Clara” Alsop Geile, -Dersasea. | | pines, Ime record of 108 - plate: Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- ‘D.
    23, 9, $2—n lestroyed, probably destroyed or | ont) Order, 1952, No. 33 which will be published in the Official
    ROOM--One Cool airy Room. appl damaged was set in Mare this ow .
    on Premise Ellerslie’ Upper Ba RADIOGRAM One (1) Hallicrafter fF J i | Gazette of Thursday 25th September, 1952. |
    on. Somme 970 sa--in.|ftadiogram. In good working order year. At the same time U.S, pilots ua) i Hing | Me.
    wate etnies. . \PRRUCRUY Naw Contact C. Arthur surpassed the previous record of 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail se! ng
    “TIVERTON” situate in Strathelyde Wee this cr | a 41 M.1G.'s shot down in April. | prices of “Pilehards—Canned”, “Sardines in Oil (c) Other Brands CANADIAN SERVICE
    ontaining closed gallery, separate . nth - i ” .
    Cee tna aitad comme aGUE vad ao ei U.P. | and “Meat—Fresh and Frozen—Veal” are as follows: : enereumoin
    i nenaras eres sua snes! MECHANICAL seen asada
    ha an chen aarage 6 ryan aaeiuaminnemge —
    room, Rent $65.00 per month, For p=:-| GANE CARTS without tyres and plat- 2 ] t WHOLESALE RETAIL PRICE Steamer Sails Sails Arrives
    tieulars apply to Carrington & Sealy. |¢.rm from $360.00 up to $500.00 from apan e ARTICLE PRICE (not more than) sn AY oa ate hi dees en nee ters
    Solicators, Larcas Strect s9--h, {Stock or can be ordered for the comin (not more than) oTYRA” : eat e ber 30th October ith October 16th
    ace ee Ree |crop. Smith's Engineering Works. Phone ‘ “ALCOA PURITAN” ‘Gober istn October 18th Octoker 30th
    “VICTORIA” fully furnished on the sen-| 404% Roebuck Street batt In Carlisle Bay ete ms Pilchards—-Canned .. | $20.30 per case or — .. October 28th November ist .ovember 1217
    oe tees, Desteone a meet TRAILERS—Suitable to be drawn by =— awa t® 47c, per tin NORTHBOUND
    and § @om, ope a * ‘| Tractors, Apply The General Engineer- Schooners;—Cyril E. Sri ins .. oe oe e.
    Water meets oe aera San es ing Co., Spry Street 45.9.52--3n. | Davidson, Gardenia W.. “Gita we Won From R. M. bn ao $12.12 per case or HN, N.B.
    Qarage s ants’ t OT | = | erful Counsellor, Emeline, En ‘i WA \ “KIM” — Due Barbados — September 26th for ST. JOHN, ,
    prog ig a pel iba MISCELLANEOUS 8. Franklyn D. R., Henry ‘DW ee | American arms will very soon — “Ost™ 28c “ALCOA PARTNER” — Due Barbados — October 10th ‘for ST. LAWRENCE
    f f i . es 4 lotor Vesses:— Blue Star, Ricard ; > ms < 4.8 i ” IVER .
    27.9.52—3n ; flow to Japan, the defeated enemy i ‘ ‘
    Arias, Caribbee, T.B. Radar pan, | Sardines in Oil:
    HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of ail ARRIVALS with whom formal “ s
    = Owe! al peace was ¢) Other Brands’ ..| $16.00 per case of ly :—DA COSTA & CO, LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
    WANTED Street Dial $200 tb Boat tu. | SS Kim, 9098 tons, trom Trinidas} made not long ago. er 100'x 3f 02, tins oF sted
    ; nn Dene & Oe. the , i Plans are under way in Wash- $1.95 pe rl2 tins .. | 18c. ,, 5
    ’ es old at all lead-) §§.S. Colonial, 4459 tons, from Liver-. ington by which all the “hard | Meat—Fresh and Frozen:
    ie ata tha net” abc a aultred eee ae W. E. Williams. | goods”—military jargon in Am- Veal: — 3 . NEW YORK BARBADOS SERVICE : ia
    HELP Cocoa today 27.9.53—-3n Seta. een C0, te ide erica for such items as tanks, (a) nee (without ote ib S/S “ALCOA PURITAN” sails NEW YORK 3rd Oct. arrives BARBADOS 15th Oct
    ai tabave eiliheiciniliegihipailint St enna aan er atatS Trinidad under Captain D. Ollivierre. | heavy artillery, lorries, jeeps and ne) : “+ Pe ; R E
    ~ m1 : terete MENIER’S COCOA. Shipment just ar-] ©, : c ne ’ ; . ; os NEW ORLEANS BARBADOS SERVIC
    Sra Gur Dens oe ‘ eats ‘| rived So as not to be disappointed Keeatation ee femal ee, te oe tant A Bmore Speman se —— - 4“ (fermale 4 ' . , |pnone your Grocers today and get « “Sol . .,| ment—necessary to equip a mod- ’ ORLEANS 25th Sept. arrives B. h .
    a Lavtenne, éh oS oe eee ne Tin 8 s2- an. soar me er foe tintlen Cantal fh fern army of eight to Yon dfeidiona 25th September, 1952. A, nn May waite NEW ORLEANS 9th Oct arrives ao _ Bo
    a . ih - 7, < = v ri . 4g n » s ov
    279.0200. | “TEENTER'S COCOA, Suat what ine| Alexander. Consigned to the Schooner | will start on their way to Tokyo.| —__ A STEAMER sails NEW ORLEANS 2ird Oct. arrives BARBA
    — ere kids like, Arid the grownups are no RO EPARTURES ‘ Japanese rearmament under * BADO wl __
    NEOUS exception. Health and energy in every] Sehooner D’Ortae for British Guians. {American auspices has long been DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, BAR S, B.WI.
    MISCELLA drop 27.9 .52—3n O.T. Rodas for St, Vincent looked on in the Pentagon as a ROBERT THOM LI?.—NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
    PD aaa ~ | $8.8, Canadian Challenger for St. Vin-! pone, 5 : ry Applications are invited from Graduates or Non-Graduates with
    CHAIR—One Barber's Chair. Reply] RINGS—Genuine | Diamond Ring: | cent jforegone conclusion once the | ; : t St
    box A. @. c/o Advocate Advertising| Alfonso B. DeLima & Co., Ltd. Opoo-| : Peace Treaty: was signed andj suitable teaching experience for the post of HEADMASTER of St.
    Dept 25,9.52—3n. | site Goddard's 27 9.59—4 | Seawell |Japan had resumed her sover-| Leonard’s School for Boys, Richmond Gap. The school provides
    }OUSE—Unfurnished House two or| SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily Telegraph, | jeignty, Japan is regarded by} education at the secondary stage for about 750 boys between the ages
    three bedrooms modern conveniences | England’s leading Daily Newspaper now DEPARTURES. America’s top planners as an ab-
    within seven miles from town, a or serving in Barbados Ey pert sal few epi SEPTEMBER 25 ‘solutely essential link in the|°! }1 and 14,
    7 » vocate. jays r im jon. jontact 0 : ¥ " i ~ i
    land. Write 0.@; @/o Advocate... idaye afte eee Con tid tcl @, Waleart, B, Fuyne: K. Ashby, |@hain of Pacifid defence and a The salary will be on the scale for Grade [IV Headmasters in the
    antiitt gunteapiias ~——- = | Representative, Tel. 3113, Por Puerto Rive: |strong Japan, taking her place in| Government Teaching Service i.e, basic salary will be in accordance
    TABLES—Two antique Console Tables 17,4.52—t.f.n. w Nurse, 1 Pennyfeather, I ‘



    (Pair) in go Lassus, KR, Chown, S. Martina, N. Tay ,on extended Pacific defence com- | with qualifications and experience with the addition of a pensionable

    ca esa Rta | - STOCK-TAKING
    eT ss cialiaialapmnceadlanet nize Tank one (1) Small Patent Anchor | for Trinidad: \ America, Australia and New emolument of 35%. An allowance of $240 per annum is payable to

    91-54, ‘t1.9.82—n | “TANK-—One (1) New 800 Gallon Galva- | or, R. Springer, W. Parris, J. Stronn | UNity—at present limited to

    useful for Yachts, Phone @. Mayhew| G. Hayes, M. Hayes, H. Shearn, f. | Zealand— ANNOUNCEMENTS [#2 2. n ve, #6.0,8he8n, | Sheam, Re Rogers, Ro Rat. is eagerly awaited, 7 P gn WILL our Customers and t bli
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    U-ADJUST SUN GLASSES” — have |‘. “Guipins ie eevee for "imapeting” = eee da ith th isi of th please note that our ’ s * mete a
    Us " — have} §$. Gilpin, G, Thomas, K. Thomas, ) ng” , “he post is pensions i ‘i si ne e
    i movable lenses and can be adjusted to] N Thermaa H Gepvent ni Japanese rearmament with fie | Barbe i ra vr pensionable in sans nce with the provisions TOWN and SIX MEN Ss will be clos on
    MAKE EXTRA MONEY ee ens ct ah ore sue weather, On sale ot | For British GRAD. ‘ jarms production carmarked fo) | SE ne ESTE gee, Here Coemcrsuys following dates :
    o 2 time. Se é night's rug Stores SEPT! ER 24 a pet ‘ ° sila al aie e
    profttmas Cards spanish Greetings. 25 9. sd. | 1. Kwok, M. Boum RB, Bioemandan’,|2urope, Korea and Indo-China,| .4PPlications giving full particulars of qualifications and ex SPEIGHTSTOWN : 30th September
    of $1.60 — Name imprinted, Samples Free |J. Loehrie, J. Bell, V. Bayley. RF | 2 2..6 perience should be sent to the Director of Education, Garrison, Bar- Ist d 2nd October
    Also 20 beautiful box assortments, Write a ‘ Bayley, C. Cragie, C. Chagie, R, Lewi F bados by 30 September, 1952 st an .
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    Tr To-day is the last day in the or:
    Table With 24 Points T Vietim 2a. 2 =~ May GoTo 7% Sevcer Bettors
    urpin 1¢ im — “sane oe oor da “4 LONDON, Sept. 26.
    e u . 0 nter- r . ‘ 2
    . " j _ : é aC « The Post Office is setting up
    (By SCRIBBLER) By PETER WILSON mediate and Second Divisio » Lancashire Lad special mail boxes to deal with
    matches. owever, three of the j i
    3 — MIP C “TTT ATT ‘. , ; ae , tk illio: cou s which
    RAIN UPSET THE CALCULATIONS of League LONDON First Division matches were con- wc se i naka iacenae mii a “ Sooeer Pool
    piss. ai Rae : We hi ‘ve only six boxing champ- cluded last Saturday while ihe gets first chance at the bettors mail in to
    ricket fans on Saturday and several unexpected results ions in this country at the moment Spartan-Wande ats; we ‘© British fly-weight championship companies every week. Boxes
    were the order of the day. In the Rangers vs. Notre Dame —Randolph Turpin holds the mid- Bay may be concluded pod me “ left vacant by the retirement of lettered “football pool” will be
    match Rangers suffered the fi defe f the se dle and light heavy-weight titles . * : my \o- the West Hartlepool publican placed in head Post Offices an
    uffered the first defeat of the season and g day. oar : : .
    by this victory Notre Dame to the head of the table, *74 Teddy Gardner's retirement ‘Th tch ; Ones? oGeias erie.
    Ps I ame go to the head of the table, has jert the Ry-weigit venue. @ matches are:— Obviously, the top contender is It is estimated that 8,000,000
    with 24 points to the good. And three of them were in the Fi geiko London's former world champion, Britons gamble about £1,000, 000
    ese His ocala ae news recently. irst Division zueny ALLEN, from whorn each week on the results of Brit-
    ; © Dame _ continued hetr Contracts for Turpin to meet ae g irdner w0On the title this year, gin’s by league soccer matches.
    ae inn ngs on th we George Angelo, of =, ’Africa, Spartan vs. Wanderers at the snd who had boxed his way back “ - —OP.
    wic ae ape y , declared for the vacant Empire middle- '. to another meeting with the
    Cc. Daniel “their not nik wentaey Soight | jitle, at. Harsingay on Int ediat one a oe
    e . 0 0 ce J
    . sae October 21, were finally signed ntermediate veral names are being put
    batsman, adde d 16 to his score ee forward as a possible opponent tor Montserrat Bowled 6 Tell me
    cane “he was ismissed for Johnny Williams, our heavy- Carlton vs. Spartan at Carl- Allen—including JIM CAIRNEY.
    His was a very valuable innings weight has asked that his contest ton. Umpires: J. Hinds and c. the new Scottish champion; VIC -
    te = ene) ce wee ae against Johnny Arthur, also of Batson. HERMAN, who combines bagpipe Out For 161 Runs d
    vic os anaes in their sect nd fouth Africa, be recognised for YÂ¥.M.P.C. vs. Wanderers at Playing and ventriloquism with his (From Our OWn Correspondent) octor ee
    nnings lost some early wicket the Empire championship, Beckles Rd. Umpires: C. Colly- |0xine; Middlesbrough’s JIMMY
    and eventually ended with 114 Frank Johnson, the light-weight more and L. Harewood. PEARCE, recently beaten by Allen ANTIGUA, Sept. 26. Can an adatisedt; b in healing 2?”
    eine, _— we - on division champion, has agreed to meet Mental Hospital vs. Windward ‘doa 20-year-old ve MARSDEN. On a_ perfect wicket and in DS aap eee i
    pretore 18 otre ame 24 Solly Cantor. the Canadian light- at Black Rock Siracsin a , the tail, unbeaten Lancashire lad ppifiant ‘unshin Montserrat n
    Deiat ouens Seg A Solly Cz i i ; pires: T. Sis- ;... 590 rian 8 le " > 1ccord wh hey are ke e
    points, Range es ai C m } 2, weight, who has never been beaten nett and G. Forde. from St, Helen’s, added 106 fins aid were all out ounds heal of their own accord when they are kept free
    eines ABs th a claim for in some dozen fights in Britain. LE " at 3.40 p.m. for 161. Clarke top- from the germs that cause septic infection. To keep
    ree more to be settled), York- ‘abh réless_ vs . 4EAST KNOWN scored with 49 not out.
    shire 12, Belfield 6, St. Barnabas Although this bout will not Cable and Wi eve tors - the ch of ” Antigua’s wounds in the healthy condition tor healing surgeons
    6, Bordeaux 1! necessarily carry a title with it. it bermere at Boarded Hall. Um- Of this bunch the least known At e close play 5 7 5?
    will be at the championship weight Pires: A. Parris and G. Clarke. in London is Marsden—but he is second innings was 59 for two. have for years relied upon ‘Dettol’. This ruthless des-
    Keen Race and eac ‘ as deposited ¢ Regiment vs. Pickwick at Gar- my tip for the title shot, W. Thomas c. Mason b. Isles 15 : 5 f
    nd each man has deposited a Bi . ‘ i + f germs is t :
    Pie ei la side-stake of £500 with the Brit- rison. Umpires: J. Hall and P. JOHNNY BEST, veteran Liver T. Kelsick c. Isles b. Davis 7 foyer of germs is non-poisonous, gentle and safe on
    the Ye Lis C /ision . j S 4 ave oe ’ Fe ran yer- . , . . a.
    1 pig tee tape foo et ish Boxing Board of Control, Phillips. - 1; pool promoter i one of the human tissues. While it disinfects the wound, ‘Dettol’
    - oe re oo th net The Turpin fight is naturally _ Empire vs. Police at Bank Hall. shre ied t judaed in beatihe told j
    ss of the race for champion . . ; ; : j nwt eS ges xing, ivi issues ‘ ve > i : >
    ship hotiours. Boys’ Club hela St Tarp Te Bat ee tone S. Cole and L. H. 2. recently: “We helped to dis- Table Tennis leaves the living siaguupe undamaged to continue the
    Matthias to a draw and vat the Rane tote a ee eee , aover | Mazscders, net We - oe natural processes of safe and rapid repair.
    same time took major points it CHARLES DANIEL pine ; ivisi txceedingly proud of him. There will be a table tennis
    this game. On the first Satur- S The world’s light heavy-weight Second Division He boxes like ERNIE ROD- tournament between a Combined
    day Boys’ Club scored 197 and Inch Marlowe Wirs champion has to be bullied into Colltigs vs. Lodge at Coleg FRICK, and has never been beaten to. and an Advocate’s Sports 4 °
    St. Matthias replied with 60 for es = : ‘ fighting him—talk about a shot- Umpires; C. Archer eae Boo his dozen fights, up here. You Club team on Monday, September
    1. On Saturday St. Matthias only , Inch Marlowe took full points gun match—the world’s middle- Umpires: C. * fan put him down as a certain 59 at 7.30 p.m. at the “Advocate” ‘
    reached 176 and at the drawing ‘rom gp aaee ore im weight champion looks as though ba Pidiewiakn ht future champion. Club Rooms, THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
    of stumps the second innings «! Inch Marlowe replied with he js contemplating retirernent _ Windward — vs. | pug! iy
    Feore of the Boys! Club was 10 ced foe ae in Theis een) rither,. than fight Turpin for Windward Umpires: K. Sely FORGETFUL SOXER ~ *
    for 1. For St. Matthias Apple- l“psed for 29 in ‘e\r second third time, so now it is left to the #224 B. Downes. ' ETE /ATERMA iama ings
    Whaite scored 31, V. Taylor 27. innings, thanks to good bowling ¢lgssical, but cloutless Angelo to ; at Erdis aioe car Weree ™ lights | Dia md K
    Sobers took 5 for 54 and L.wis performances of Best 3 for 10 step in where angels have feared , Erdiston vs. Leeward at Erdis- ¢ Ab Bil ht 7479 LOURS L. BAYLEY
    3 for 56 nd Drakes 7 for 18. Inch Mar- to tread, ton: Umpires: O. Murray amd welter-weight boxer, is in trouble. Bolton Lane }
    lowe scored 9 for 1 to win the K. Quintyne. Returning from training with his ‘
    Penrode took first innings lead match Ww Up Bout Central vs. Wanderers’ at Caius BC club-mates, Peter left 4
    from Telephone with scores of Shamrock and Cambridge arm-Up ue Vaucluse. Umpires: S. Beckles lis eee See eke eae. U NE UALLED
    95 and 63 for 6 declared against fought an interesting duel im George will provide a perfect and R. Parris. bem, Gouth—snd Wouly be grats- i
    Telephone’s 69 which Shamrock emerged the warm-up for Turpin, for his ‘ ful for its return, is fi
    Rangers “B” scored an out- victor, Shamrock were all out in correct boxing will ‘make the _Combermere vs. Empire at Waterman is off to box for for keeping dogs it
    right victory against Advocate. their first innings for 98 and Leamington boy display all his Combermere. Umpires: J. Bowen London against perlin soct—snd +
    : : : ; ; é s08 y play : the prospect of training with Oe experts all over the world know
    Advocate in their first innings Cambridge replied with 82. In ski and J. Lewis. k P 8 ;
    4 } kill, But I cannot see Angelo a heehee . . use Benbow’s Dog Mixture.
    totalled 145 and Rangers replied their second innings K. Smith avoiding the Turpin guillotine for Foundation vs. Y.M.P.C. ,t makeshift boots, trunks, gumshield |
    with 284, Mason 92, Pinder 59 pointed the way with a very 15 rounds, Foundation. Umpires: A. Hate- “Nd headguard is grim. To keep your dog in good health despite ury- i
    O Allms 9, Norville 2 5 whict ¢ ig —f,.8.8 ing weather conditions there is nothing better
    not out, Allman 39, Norville 25, valuable 54 which enabled his 1 must say I am rather baffled wood and B. Clarke. m* | than Benbow’s Dog Mixture. For well over '
    and Denny 26 being the best side to reach 172. Making a bid at Johnny Arthur’s luck in get- te B centusy Is bigs been seegknieny a Meneae i
    batsmen. Advocate, however, for victory Cambridge could only ‘ting the “plum” of an Empire title tle a erie, ae San seid Temas i
    collapsed in their second innings peach 155. Smith again was in fight when one remembers that ey a ¥ and. tonic ingredients, it works aru
    for 32 against the attack of the news taking 3 for 46 and only three months ago the not a ANY cooling the blood and preventing th t0
    Gittens 2 for 4, Denny 3 for 11 Clarke 4 for 47. particularly skilful Trinidad | dd dogs in hot climates. Whatever breed
    and Norville 4 for 10. Chamber- Lancashire defeated Maple. heavy-weight Ansell Adams — |
    lain defeated P.M.C. with | 4 Lancashire took their over week himself eligible for an Empire ! oes oe 7
    score of 149 against 95 and 43. score to 121 for 8 and gave title—outpointed him comfortably | eee? an
    ‘ 7 Maple 70 to avoid defeat. Maple at the White City.
    The Middlesex vs Liberty wie dismissed fie SS
    game was left drawn, Middlesex a: codes Frank Johnson is nat at
    - s certainly a ne
    For 140 and Liberty replied with Inf ion O eqaident young man in tackling | £06 oness . BENGALINE HANDBAGS
    a ) v otal 4 eiAbe
    107. Middlesex second innings orniation PAL Cantor he is taking on 8 man
    resulted in 47 runs, Hope taking e r who beat both the previous hold- (Gros-grain Material)
    Stor 34. taberty with 38 to Indigay Tour To WAL. ¢5.0t,the British os, ote tie. of beef ‘Xnous DOG MIXTURE ‘ocktails — Weddi
    make were 45 for 9 when play * cr Govern—although Tides totias FAMOUS Cocktails — Weddings
    ended. Rudder took 5 for 27 and Early Next Week a aus elanhaétintibes ead Informal Evening Wear
    Harding 3 for 10 : therefore, involved no title. ind ‘
    Leeward Victories Sir Errol Dos Santos, President Still, it’s good to see our cham- You can taste the richness of plims lean beef eur ar: Ye, e
    of the West Indies Cricket Board pions in action, if only to prove n Bovril. You can fe 5 7
    f 3 n feel the benefit that comes t Very Attractive Styles <
    Two victories were registered of Control told the Advocate that that the increased tax hasn’t yet rom taking Bovril it cheers you whéh you" i 0 Oi ylee: me Attractive Styles and
    in the Leeward Division, Cy- the Board hopes to give a release completely blanketed the game. eethig Jow and veiwiulites tha asuce ee t a wide colour range to...
    clone went down to defeat simultaneously to the colonies con- ee E ulates the appetite and the it ou suffers choose from
    against New Standard in a game cerning the forthcoming India tour Now A Dog ‘gestion to keep you fit and well. In all savoury dcinte: ste, seo!
    in which second innings wickets to the West Indies early next week. be tne 5 emer tn] ishes, in sandwiches and as a nourishing drink, It shows vour 5! e
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    PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Rain Causes League Notre Dame Head Allgelo Nexl Tabled Hh2 1 Points Turpin victim Cricket Upsets SATURDAY Sr.PTKMRKR 27. IM2 Today** Crivkvt 0ft) M KIKIll | i; RAI\ UPSET THE CALCULATIONS of League Cricket fans on Saturday and several unexpected results ft. PITtR \M| ,|>N I .ON DON u the last day in ih F.fth round of Pint DivUi. pricket mutches and the first di< in the FJghth roun.<• were the order ,.( the day. In lb. (Unf, -tandofci, rEg SaStgESZ ^^^^Z^ttjS.':" match Rl ,1 th* tirst defeat of th( %  !" T&M hiy-wUW title-. 32 !" 1 ""* 1 rlv "" *Ltt. I22S7. fa?*!,ie,dof ,h <'""*• C SfVtST'S?' !" ^-— with 24 points to the good. Noire Dame continued thru r.verucek mntnga on wicket an -clared 2.'i7 for the loss of 6 wicket C Daniei. their not out added 16 to his score before ho was dismiss, i HU was a very indeed end pain victory Ranger* in Uu and tvinti srith 114. The hue up in This division is Noting Rangtn 18. I Dover 12. (with %  claim for %  •(i. York* •hire 12. Belli. Id %  UK I. Keen Rare Jn the Carlisle divft B0H Of th. i,.i ship honoun. Boys* Club lulu s* Matthias to a dJ same tin..' took n i-1 %  %  | day Bo> St. Mal-l. Or. Saturday St M reached 176 iDd at Uai Of stumps the second LlmlfUBi score .f th.Boys' Club was 10 for |. For St. Matthias Applewhaitc scored St. V Tayloi 17, Sobers took I rot .' %  u i < for 56 fly-weight vaean< And three of them were n the news recently. rot Turpin | 0 meet George Angelo. of South Africa, for the vacant Empire middleweight '-ille, at Hsrrmgay on October 21 were finally sinned FlffM Division Spartan vs. Bay. Inlcruiodiatc irlton vs. Spartan Johnny William", our heavy weight has ..ske,i that h > COrrtsel '" n Umpires: J. Hinds and C; gainst Johnny Arthur, also of Bauson. South Africa, lie recognised for Y.M-P.C vs. Wanderer at '> chai ptomfalp Beckles Rd. Umpires: c. CottyFrank Johnson, the light-weight more and 1Harew.-od. hat agreed, to meet Menial Hospital v* Windward Btor the Canadian lightat Black Rock. Umpires; T. S -weight championship companies every week. Boxes I bl QM retirement ..f lettered "football pool'* will be ii* West Hartlepool publican placed in head Port Offices an TLDDY CARONLR? official raid. loul>,.ine top contender is It la estimated that 8,000.000 former *orld champon. itntons gamble about £1.000.000 ;*" %  ALLEN, trom whom Pac h week on -.he reaults of Briti -Jdner wea the idle this year. ami ^g i mgom soccer matches ui who had boxed his way back __c r to another meeting with the champion next month — tenig pu' -_ m forward at.. ponibte ..ppoi*nt tor Montserrat Botvied tailAlan Including JIM f'AiRttKY. v tint AVisI ft I tfi/na iintMw ,. uat ror joi nuns pl"\mg and venir.loqu'srr. with hh ,,,. %  „ „ ,.-,. %  „...-„..„., -IIMM^ ••—• PKARCF. reeently he.-iten by All. I RK MARSDBN i rash ire lad S*. 1 bout AMhnuKh this %  ,,i h i-.nrv i tit!, with it it bejsssssnt %  RoMftad Ball Um* ip weight t ,,reB A Parri" an-J D h man has deposited a Hefament vs. Pickwick at Ciaittdewtake of fiSOO with the Brllrison. Umpire:J. Hull and !' I h Boxing Boaid of Control, Phillips. i irpln fight i naturally Empire \>. Pnh. •he moat inter-Ming because Umpires: S. Cole and IS British boxing these Roach. ANTIGUA. Sept26. On a perfect wicket and in brilliant sunshine Montsrrut added 106 run* and were all out it 3.40 p-m. for 161. Clarke tophcored with 40 not out. the least known At the cloae of play AnUgua 1 it. London is Marsden bill he b) second Innings was St for two. W. Thomas c. Mason b. Isles 15 M..1NNV POT. ( ,e, ., Ln., '' "*'"* " b DtVl ? IJ-IAST KMOWM ol < HARM S DANIF.L lurli MiirU.we Wirfull points Ludg* A !.. I t Co.leg. I n ,i I The world'. l,h. heav,-we,tf>. SeCOnd Uivi "'"" ihanipiun ha. to br bullied Into OM^., took run point, JS l '^ih^' k !" uK! ^,„dV'" "'P"^ srJSSS fas. S3 X&JF !" K r I I datgtdaL but dntttlaas i n i n i Sp I gel. haveTeireVl *Wlston va. Leeward at ErdUI for IS Inch MarCTJSay" eU ha%P feare ton. UmpirOs: O Murray alU -cored 8 for K Oulntyne. Penr.He took ..tch Wnrm I'n It.,..! Central vs. Wanderers from Telephone Cambridge nnnn-cp lfoul Vauclus' 1 Umpire* ?ii!IalS?. L 6 dptl,l, '" tieorgo will provide a perfect and R. Panij. I %  ".irm-up for Turpm. foV hi-. t ivictor Shamrock were all out In eorrect boxing will make the t"omberrnere vs. Empire %  |Ud#M in l-'Xinn. tolii t reci ntl w. ftalped to disrar M Ian, and w> ugly proud "f him. %  He boxes I k FRN1F Rl KICK. ih..nun iieen beaten %  tan put %  : | certain folure champion. Table Tennis There will be a table ICfllntl ii between n Combined team and an Advocate's Sports Club team on Monday. September %  J9 at 7.30 p.m at the "Advocate' Club Rooms. Tell me doctor Can 1. 1 ',', ,,/ Itta/img t 'oundR heal ol ihcii o n .,re kept free from the germs thm i lusst B. TO keep wounds in the hialiln co g, lafMOfM hare for yean relied upon 'Dcttol'. Thto rmhlcas dca•roycr of gniii '<* non-p> gnd aaCi on human bssMMf*. While it dulfdbnfeCU id. wound, 'Dettol' leaves the living ilfauci undamaged to ODOIJIIIM the natural processes of sale ami r.ipid r pair. DETTOL FOR(;i;TFL'L Itnxi IC WATERMAN. AliA and Olympic light\ rlter-wclght boxer. Is in trouble. Returning from traning with his Peter left his gear on a 181 bus near Clapi -m South—and would be gratcRangris *B" scored an outvictor. Shamrock were auout tn eorioat boxing win mnke the enmhermere vs. Empire ^t Waterman u <>T t" boa r^r right victory against Ari\, LIT1Kn i„ r o ;tll „ i^ lim nE t 0 n bov disnlav -.11 his Combermere. Umpires: J. Uoweii I*indon against Berlin Advoeate m their D it Innings ( with 82. In ,.y,\\ But I cannot me Anaelo "> J Lewis "ie prospect <>f training with 1 %  -in g the Turpin guillotine for Foundation vs. Y.M.PC. at makeahlft boot.-, trunks, gumshield wrtfa i v.ry is ,„unds. Foundation Umpires A. Hare"d headguard M grim. totalled 145 and Rangers replied with 284. Maaon 92. Pii not out. AI Inn. n 39. N nabled his i m uat say I am rather baffled b ln ""• '" Making I bid B t Johnny Arthur's luck in get' ulVeek lAH'wnrd Victories Frank Johnson is ecrtatnly %  (onlldent young man ] n bsCkUBg Cantor he Is taking on a man vho beat both the previous hol.i< rs of the British 9st. 91b. tltle> Filly Thompson and Tommy M< Covern—although these victories were only eight-rounders, ami therefore, involved no title. Piesidcnt still. it\ gmxl to see our cham*>/ the U'. I IndMa Cricket lli-.mi pums in action, if only to prove Two vietorhCo Ipocaft that that the increased tax hasn't yet in the Leeward l)i\ g Una Board tropes t give a release rompletelv blanketed the game. clone wenl dowi u efeai limtsltanei taly to the c olo n ial conNew i tuna lha lorthi o in which second Inning wickc tot %  Mfraai p it i hi iply. Cyi lone fli He aid thai ,. i.lngs score was 60. to which New been Invlti rt in the Standard replied with h. ..UHtrnamenl clone on Uudamp wick.; ..) for them bul laps..! for 44 and New Standard disclosed to the public, Asked about the proposed W.I Now A Dim ll t->k a horse—llH/ Now it looks, as thougt' l dog miKlu bunu back the gamiimn from the U.S.A. lost 6 wickets in scoring 20 I took 4 for 5 and OUki Fni Ni w Standard On 7 for 17 and Denny 2 for 8 In the St. John Baptist VI All Saints match, st John Baptist h scored an Inninaa irteton i..|i ,. %  ; sl. I %  %  All Saints 19 .nxl 44 Irish-bred Black Mir* Romans in the I .end Kuin .t. ved to th the Championshi|. Tal '""' < " %  b JncK MeAUfcte, :ill ,| trauicl I %  not know what the Bnal i..,t.„,d ,,t liiinuiinhain I 1 been as he hi ,sole entry tar the most va'luturned trom the united Kingdom M,. giaybound raci avai have time lo discuss ., t h Amen.an Greyhoun.i IVrbv wh eh will be held Bl i who has been appointTaunton. Mawachn ctl 10 rtteinber 27. nnd will be WORtl t lew the n anV i at Qpn .ooo. %  ifh urner Conunitiei "* *l '" %  rrlnldad "nn r,,r ""' heavier A iCentral division with victory %  aadnsi ff* • Romans batted lirst tt end White Rom out for 40. Blnckman taking 4 for :• and w iltiv I i i ..i Romans in their second UUtilUp were pinned down to 78 and White Rose aensins %  enai ol victory made .. vaJIsJU ftiled by 24 runs. worm*, i nlv 119. Lucai nil 26. For h 6 for 35 thus acsUevlni analysis of 10 foi II Thl tory plaergi vr ,| |(U ,„ .IP Table in the Gun Hill againM Invincible ended In .. diaw the park auan Ihre, point.Till* gives ihem 27 pointIn dVi :he gam. ere %  %  %  48. S All.-yne 3 rat 11 Cbuandai i I u U I irk ".9 and 44 fm %  ;. Crk blow 4 f, i A A Wealherhcad. '1 V Tod I Evelyn M B K [net R i B" 11 I %  %  \nitlng dogs but with ,i title Ilk Uln lbs Brtl should be able to "skate It." Blaeh Mm-, g Darfag finalist a Left) winnei n 1051, will at' nave some British suppert. McAllister, and Toseland ure gln.i.iv in the States, and Capti InJ John Jiillilfe. the Wembley • IBiniaw and British agent for the race, joins them next week. Amateurs ? final ctniment on the Olympic "amateur'" controversy comes trom a teruot IUPMUUVS ol 'he South African Amateur Athletic .ml Cycling Association. He v. rites — If certain • 'i told ihe*e pugbHahed In *eu ->• -UB.B. Thc\ II L>t> It Every rime H\ |imm\ I Lulu q VOU'RC •OJE WEW fJOy.AREMT I VOw^WELL.LtT ME GlVt VDO / SOWE ADvlCC-DO A UTTLE AOfcE ThAti IS EXPECTED Ot= VDU-BE O-J TWE RALL-OorT \ BE TOO PW30D ID RUN Er?S4Ks. 1 SOv,E*3fJO/ ASKS >O0 TO SET / HiS UJr4CM. WOP ID IT WITH A SVtLE Tfs.4TS THE ftMC TO C5ET AUSAO H THE BUS:NE5S WORU? i '/ MT A IOAO OP Ar*SLE*OfiMLAVWG TUE cy*3lJKDwO?K POR MA<<^G "THE r*^ WO HIS OWN PERSOeWL A.D£ OE CUUMP.' y, -V-o.' .., V.'. ^TtCE ME 0ONT OrVE UJM TliE-riTMB? A 0O*IOWE* tC< A LENOCf? BE'SlT'-COAAES *0NQ*V, MF/LL BE fVT-lNS THE ARM OH TUC WD HAS ALL THE EtEVWrD^ 93VS SEUJ^G SAEE 1 'S-AHES TCP oe TUB: j*r„ JCX. kVjHM-K. I. COHCOtSO HOTEi# KiAWCSA r REDU.BE DO-O AMaX£S X& N"w*5. AMO AtfBUt CAJ CEvO-'E ALL. H.S TMftl TO Rsvn \6 Mrs -. \Ar7KET %  %  NESS-V



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    I'M.I TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATIRDAV SFPTIMnil! 2T 1S2 Cahib Callinq *f unit 1-2-X' Goes In S IR EURO. %  a ihori pointed i i r ument to v i 1 Servant*' talaria Mf to return to Barbuda* next week. lfi*fi'/tiliii: M iss Paul MOB ( i Johnaon Wtttt was reported to nave been %  Clark il gone on a round Irip On leaving St. Wlrifred** Girl* School ..: i MM up to :.l a year. Ihia tuno *hc Ml II i %  %  xamlnation la over by the S.S. (MwUf> on 13th August tt> ppcn<\ si* weeks* hoi her parents. <'apt. and Mrs. Q. K. Johns..'i .f II 0 u ,'UKT wedding fa .i St. Lawranca cnuim on Norman Nurse a corporal in the liarbadoe Police Force and son CharhM NUTM? ..i OoodUnd, ChriM Church, took as his bride Miss Aeta Luianda King ,f si Chrintopbar, Chriat Church ... mil ol Mi. and Mi B. King atoo of Christ Church. The Ofll.ul Royal Cypher foi the Coronation of H M (* Eltiabeth 11. in Jane \/Ui I'llJ 1,11s R ING lo tjarfa SS (alMnbv Irom England w Mi (; t; sit ol the M v. %  HO went up foi ria months' leave, was at1 by his small daughn r .Judith. Hal wins and son Devi who went oval with him have wmataad in England. Mn. I 1 tl 1' '.irnirig 10 Barbados after C*hri*tmas while fa nirr stmlt-'i! at the Lodge, will b.going to Tli.King's School, < Mi Stevenson said that they had a good summer in England and it was very ptaaiti Ih Mother Country after an al wnoe of five years. /*. I ntvr gtkmi M R. AND MRS. r. A. McGR£GUR ol Caracas, VenspeiKiing Ihrsa waal holiday here as guests at Uowden • •' %  H.isling*. t>n W. d" nesday they arrived feCM inland where they had been on three months' leave, b] They were their two children, Gillian and Carole who will enter codrington High School. Mr. McGregor is employed m the CommuM.i ittona r> of the Shall Company Oa Vl BM g. % %  ei Bmm M R. v. < KMIOH1 Rep: • Messrs. Da Costa ** Co.. Ltd.. returned from USA via Trinidad by B.W.I A. 0Q Wednesday laft after paying a visit KMM I,J'.O. M B, LOUIS PENNYFEATHER. A • %  • %  %  lupai Dtandani of t ii .' K.i, ,i.i;t.„, i', %  elurncd to New York via Puerio Hico 00 Thursday after spending two week*' holiday. While here he interested himself in the good work done at the General po-t Office. He vhtlted the G.P.O. and was shown around by the Colonial Postmaster, Mr. Robert Clarke. tiki Barbados to be A very plrturesque island and Bl coming aoon again. This was his nr-t vktH tn lha w. 1 During his stay here he wan a iruesi of Mn. I.vir W Philip. I'lv,i*un/'ryi M R. CLARENCE GILL of Cheapside and Mr. C. I. Archer of Bay Street wenamong the passengers who are making a round trip on the (luma4e huh left ban OR Wednesday for Jamaica. W 11-hi n : %  !,.,, Steftt Here M RS. PATRICIA CECIL EDWARDS of Virginia who paid a visit to Barbados in search of material for her book, published an artirhan George Washington HO %  I Street Barbadians will be gad to hear that this publication which npiHNirod in TIsnes-IHspatrh el lUCialMnol Virginia, aroused great Interest about Barbados and there were several enquules from friends as to the potentialities for a winter vacation ban The EdItOf hag even expressed his desire to visit our island later this year for .1 holiday. >,'•/ Holiday M AJOR and Mrs. M. Grell were among the passengers ivturnlng to Trinidad by B.W.I.A. Wednesday lift, mg a holiday here. Synthetic Blood WASHINGTON nthetii' blood ex1 lor iiivil defence, the Fedci il I Dtlal shipment of 100.0IK1 % %  <• precious prochaaad a total of %  1 onth. Tho 1 tic product known %  %  able for %  I In unllmlti 1 %  ran. While blood dona%  %  %  1 ents, the bl --I ea %  iltabla for %  Ural 12 to 2\ hours. LISTENING HOURS WHAT is likely to be one Ol the best shoots in Scotland is being < isjofM d In i;.iiiow.i. Some 40.000 acres are b.-ng %  toefcad *ith pheasant and duck. With the *hooting righU go a loch rivesand Glen Trool Lodgee bought from the Earl of Gallo^^.iy three years ago. The nmt birds are expected to I thin winter. And who is creat ng this sportsrran's paradise'' The football pool Billlksnalrai John, Cecil and Arthur Moores. This week-end Cecil Moores la ng a group of French ;portsmen who Hew in to Prestw.ck the other day. ST. PAIL'S SECRET HANOINO In St. Paul's Is a pointing of the AngSk Thanksgiving Service held there on Ameinan Independence Day list year. It xhould by now have been • %  s % %  ......'. Washington by artist Frank Why is it Mill in St Paul's? Becauao It shows General Elsenhower with the Queen, the Queen Mother nid Princess Margaret. And Ml S-lisbury was advised that l' might be regarded as ibninn %  ; When Mr. Walter Gilford, the c.S. Ambassador in London, went |0 America last January, at the i-me time as Mr. Churchill, he took with him a photograph of the painting. ratlirn Mr. Glfford told r I;( %  . •-: would be much better If the on did not taka pi v 1 •' Si M;.li-'-o STOCKINC.-l'P 40.0Ofl.ACRE SHOOT . %  4 SS p m Thx Nti. H< 1 4 13 |im llonir „ tllhl. i. 01 pm H-.-1-...a SlrauM. J IS p %  < Psacani • |. m ar.ni 1. MaCitrlnr. S 11 p m Tail; S 44 p %  %  8por(> Hound Up and Pn, 7 15 pm. Brhlnd Ihe Nr.. 7 45 P m Sfwtl* lutltw. I 1.1 p m Radic N'wirt. ; %  SO Rupert's Spring Adventure — 40 nm. Bal Ka fcf'..> • %  | u f/JPI Nfe. %  riSSw A ot| v_ : r/v P\ .A M JBI urn 'it.. Talking Point in.,/ peopU iir.on iha Of ttl0 rcj.ufali"ii llii-p ode, Oliver WciHk'll Holmes To his doo, erero man is Napoleon. Hcirc Ihe eonstanf P0fM 1 dooi. Aldous lluxlc). CUOSSWORD ' I l-J i r |il %  W| i rr z tie Tit B r I i i Puprrt tiki Tigerlily to think hci dsddv lor hu wondrrtul help *nd chrn ihe two Inend* Kparilr. I otighi to go and tell my daddy IDOUI whii hit hipocned," thinks bwn J lbs lit lit boi ijueer jdvinii It has It." Aa he SM4do h. •pits a aolnary figeaa Icanmi Tioodily tfiinit j lenca. "Hello. it's ih.t tanner." he raurniun. "I wonder il he has noticed ihit the gran u 'rowing again. I mual tell hiin helore fso home." And thine, ng j.raHton he hurnet Ml thine ng d.tsti *ardi titt Tana). THE FILM a JAMES IIADLEY CHASES SENSATIONAL MtioK 11,1. fil I KU |()K THIS" Means You'll Get Thrills A lVnl>' Candlelight Supper Room CONTINENTAL cinsnn MUSIC by PANAMA Chez JEAN-PIERRE a II a on tur word i i tiir vorrf gOBf H. Uepriia |4t Pncta % %  eat aeaei. t4i !>.; %  ) in in. tru-.it 131 EPIIRAIM I1ARDC ASTI.E PKEKESS PRO ONE by one London's hotels and night clubs am preparing for i.exl year's Coronation, gold rus*i. To help attract the right customers one top club will have a pteretB as a public relations i nicer—tall, attractive Viscountess Tarbet. But the biggest news I Lave heard 111 night-club land (or long tune i* that Mayfalr band leader Paul Adam will open a now club later this year. And this week-end one of the bluest hotels opened a new i anqueting room. It has cost L 10.000, including £4,000 for a 1 uge carpet, has 14 chandeliers, nd walls touched with 22-carat (.old leaf paint. SURPRISE CHOICE I CAN now disclose the !*•*!kept show secret of the year. The behind-the-scenes search for a tar to replace Mary Martin in South Pacific"—most coveted role of the year at Drury Lane. London's most famous theatre— ha* just been completed. And the choice is a surprise. For 27-year-old American Julie Wilson, specialist in sophisticated parti, will succeed Mary Martin vhen she leaves her role as the %  weet. unworldly Nellie Forbush early In November. Contract terms lave been agreed and the Minlstiy of Labour will shortly issue .. work permit for Julie Wilson. MY ANCESTOR .. MY ancestor Ephra:m Hardcastle, the early 19th century uiarist, had an uncle with a "lace-readlng faculty." I have not inherited that talent, but I i ava just met painter and sculptor Vasco_Lazzolo who "reads the f:.ces" of many of his subjects. Lauolo has just finished his fifth bust—he has scrapped the other four of the Duke of Edinburgh. |H<* mouth shows a good sense of humour .nid a firmness of purpose." aays Lazzolo. "The Duke Is a caxricaturist'i bad dream — his features are so regiil.u Of the Marquis of Mllfonl Haven Lazzolo says: "He has The fi.ll lips and deep set eye-, ol %  gay person, confident in his bearing." Soon Lazzolo will paint the Duchess o f Kent's daughter. Princes* Alexandra. Her face shows "quiet determination," %  ayi COFFEE FOR ONE FOLK black swans. Just arrived in Britain from Australia, are the latest of an unending flow of gifts to Mr. Churchill. Publication of his latest volume of hi* war memoirs will no doubt i,'ve a further fillip. Smce the war admirers from all over the world have sent h I itnstaroos, a black buddha. 300 Lotties of beer, a shillelagh, a j-'uffed bull's head — and. of course, cigars. Churchilhan figures, carved in historical wood, are popular, but the presents range from paintings. Looks, and hats to wine and food I'ke oysters, ham. and salmon. Recently. Mr. Churchill received %  large quantity of coffee. **• aenl it to a Soho shop which Is II Xing it to his favourite blend. RUNKUM, HE SAYS "REWRITING the "twenties" Is Professor John Jones. Me Is %  working on a biography. of the late Lord Stamp. A power in the City—he was heid of L.M.S. and a Bank of England) director — Lord Stamp was one of the Government's leading economic advisers for 20 \ears. After the first world he was closely connected with itsoa*. "He was one of the major figures in a decade of great men," aays Professor Jones. "I will be reinterpreting the 'twenties. There %  was a lot of bunkum written about them." Lord Stamp was killed in a 1941 ilr raid with his wife and eldest .rm. The House of I-ord* decided that his son succeeded "momentarily" to the title which passed to his second son. -L.E.S. IVI.IIIIOIMI Hi nit* LOl'IS L. BAYLEY Holton Lane IShe JSarbados Regiment Sports Club ANNUAL DANCE ul il..mill I HALL TO-NIGHT Dancing from 9 p.m. in an exquisite Tropical Setting to the captivating Latin American Music ol the Police Dance Orchettra. >/ s m Sl.OO "The Informal Dance ol the Season" AT LAST ON THE SCREEN IN ALL ITS GLORY! %  iin. IJS IhaaSi SriUrmlMr 27. 1S52 w Look in the section in whuh jraill latftMgey OMMI and 'T ^ilnd what your outlook is. act'orUini; to the stars, ARIES —Somewhat of J challenge day to you who afr %  Jj£ March 21—April MghOtlltl Ilka coaapl UtaOB, and ^ie willing to work hara lor just lawailM, You can gain injartir aai now by hard work. aV ^ %  TAUatUS '* %  ^ Aoril "i laJit i ~" SorI ol da> ,hat ca, ** gainful In buai. ness. and most pleasant in personal affairs aV But you must do your utmost to hung tin-, about. HsBaai tataWsMa (ivoured. OEMINI —Generally generous rays (or the enetnfay 21—Joaa 21 setic intelligent do*. Progress can be heightened by sturdily attending to your aV problems, duties. News good on whole. • * —Apply wants, use opportunities and you % should have a happy, prollt-building day. Many lim-.i ol industry, professions have new advantages. ajV * * --A full, gsmarous period wherein hustle apptacaOoa to proper matters aV &f can in" %  ton ;. i..-i,i -,pj—*iobiy. • • s> —Vou can—without strain—make this a CANCER Jans 28—Jmly 33 LOSO Joljp 84—Aug. 82 a— YPaw M productive day in trade, banking, investAug. es-aapt. 23 mvntt bulWlIlfit rL a ctUiVi ^g. ni-|| ^ ufacturing. Get busy! ^ H ivc ;idded care in analysis of Immedi>V JJX a>pt 84—Oct. 23 -'to problems, in how you approach each item. Some tricky inrlin.ittons, so be in guard, attentive to important matters, ^ • * n*S?*£ !" — Advantage-ms generally (or finances, ocx — % • money investments, but the Saturn and ^. .Jv Uranus rays warn against i-xccss forceful-^^ *^ ness. changeability and irritability. Be serene, helpful, and benclll thereby. ^ a • • • —Encouraging period (or your especial Interests Jupiter augurs favourably lor ,,* • %  nd financial gains: for new. good *r friendships, for advancement in profession, trade, * * n^'~^2j^Toi '"'' %  '<*ndlj intlications (or your perinc. a-Jin. si sonal (.ii,: n sts. but it may not a. be all you would wish for now. Try to >fr %  • complete unfinished business. |{ AQDAKXU8 Youi planet Uranus warns against going Jan. 22—rb. 20 [HphaaardLy iboial things (or you can earn benefits indicated by other more friendly jf. ^ aspects through steady efTort, Be serene. ^ * • PISCEg —In-lKUvi.n typa day not supporting ex &f l"sb. 21—March 20 < rn, s ,l,t neither discouraging fresh ambition. Be guided in tempo and amount o( work you undertake by demands of obllga^ tlons. • YOU BORN TODAY: Staaely, daptOdablt, likrable. very capable Unus'ial intuition and H knnck for i^iu.,1 the ill. ^ .comforting the troubled. You learn readily, have fine sense *•" t*of judgement and balance BlrtJ Alfonso del Ligourl. priest and theologian of CSthoUc Church: BcnL A. Gould, astronomer, journalist _f *****>*a*aa^ SAOITTABIUS NOT. 83—Dec. 2 CAPRICORN | SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR 1. IM i \isi ii MESH mm:. CENTRAL EMPORIUM Corner Broad A Tudor Slrrrta COCKTAIL DANCE IN AID OF FUNDS of the CONVENT ORDER of the GOOD SHEPHERD HELP MABftAMN THE WORK MAI\TAl\ THE SCHOOL COMFORT THE JOIN THE THOUSANDS FOR SICK COCKTAILS TO THE TUNES OF THE SOCIETY SIX AND ALL STEEL BAND CRANE HOTEL MONDAY 6th Oct. From 6.00 p.m. SJVACKS i iti i ADMISSION — $1.50 DRESS OPTIONAL PI_Aav!A THEATRE* BRIDGETOWN (Dial rSIB) Tada? Mia Warner. Acti.m Trutu.r BUGLES IN THE AFTERNOON Kav MttXAND i...i.. i -s... I.I THOROUGHBREDS Tom NKAI. A, TRAIL OF ROBIN HOOD Pas onu MlslaiW Xtyeriali Tanile nisi i w IB.. njam %  om\ HOOD • rrs*' mn umai HAIT GHAV i( I'LL GET YOU FOR THIS -•• -P-HI >.*,,„ 01 II * nuivii > %  Ailion Thriller S .1 Iba siRrmii %  i i • i. \. i. not MI I MN A %  : >M. ( n -ri< I %  BI %  atatsi II--.



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    SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1*52 HARIlUK.s \O\III MI I'M.I -IMS HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON ^LINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG _2ASH GORDON <^>>-**mm)*sti&e**Lam**'*!xBY DAN BARPV JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS IT WAS SUCH A tl ICIPE, Mfcffo: uL*uT...sun^9E | you Trv GOING u BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS %  DON"" • D MG %  %  i ... %  %  %  **TTI L m '-'-o -.• .. 1 -V LU *St MINI Ttp DOC GUTCCTXC OO NOLI TwtdK WU COULP ,CO\* HN TO TALK AT OL t CLUB TONiOMTfhE MA'j TWB 1-aTT C*= TWH •— %  VBM**i AT THE PARTV') RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND i i mi %  -, •NOT T-£ %  'ANOLCa-.Mi'S I %  %  i -..: BMAlL A? WITTK L*CUT OF TX/PCACS, 5( CROCKS A6AIN (LSMMl MGOIN (0GBI& D0U6H' IJKEOtt.' it CWV COiXt I %  I %  THEGUVWi'MTUE DO' %  ^A I "Cussed things, hens "I thought I had taken every precaution — yet they still get worms!" "Thai iliac was one precaution you didn't ink If you'd dosed 'em with 'Phenovis' OHCS a month they would have been in I nil production now" High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women 'Phenovis' KWIt Ol I'll! controls worms in poultry IHII UMAHJB MOM A. s. HKVin N i SONS (BAM IDOB) I ID. A provlu.! ot Impend ( L.inu l| I %  atuhiidur %  .timpjnvot hnpin.' • hcmlol IPd Lid f.r ff..,-, Ilith fa -.1 PNNWt, wtilch i a (nyaiari..g. (IINM thai atarta • bout tha Una of lUrn ot Lir. and UlkarMlrauMof yiuch h..%  ml % %  •( on .,/ paraDllc ilrolnn'.mnvol aympioma ol HI|K Blood ITaa%  lira art Narvouaron '•..ada-haa at top and Ui> ,.f had and ii.... r it. praaaura In n-ail. diatinraa. anon, braaih. palna in haarl. paipl'alloa, aaaily m it4. faar and worry II you tUlay iriadiKin a airgla .lay. b'rauaa tour Ufa mat6a In darii-r Na-ca %  tormarly knoan aa Hjn-.tt. a nw fJ wl oM m metwn r+inmmfngk Hioad mmVn l-ad off (kM h.art. a 1 makaa jou (aal taara >uua|*r in a [• %  days. lat Naaca from r ...r than, 1.1 lodatv. It la flu*rantaa4 la malaa yaw (aal aV lir I.out >. Ultra lllifiir.l ill-Ill -• I all i > i" of i:ii'iiin..ii. pin AKK BKAITIIWAiTE'S lillFI MATK mum All W9 h IB th*t TOU try bottle— Vmi'll l. IBN to timl irral relict. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE THURSDAY TO SATURDAY AT ALL BRANCHES PLANTERS' PEANUTS IKACIIKS Sm.ill Tins TWO CARDINAL COKKKK LUNCHEON BEEF WINCARN1S WINE BKEB (lliiiii'kens) I'MIIIII.Y NOK S Wi M 111 l.OJ 90 n 3.00 170 LIME JVM : ( OHDIAL i U!iS RASI'BEllRY I KERRY, ('Oltl)IAl. Wl I H rUMBLKRS ORANGE LEMON I.1MI BARLEY WATKR i RAWFORD'S ASSORTED CREAM BISCUITS Tim A\ rANESE HIStils Pirn I SHORT BREAD \ nisi ri is [COCOA i > MEN1ERS COCOA '-• Hi %  I JUICE r JUICE II \IISS\ AJ'HII OT -M li E GRAFTED ORANGI s P. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION 1 i.i* n | Uon, the rfult ( I whleb Drill ConptUlon ibould not* tl \ %  CartK i A i ApffUIOi -'. %  inn %  he iii). D I'n-f.-uii. i \-ill I, . %  %  Inovtdty rnrds. ... h A ill inlud Uu> BdltAv. Til.ludging 'Mil b dOM >>> u jti'lKiHH I 'I hi'ii ili-i isinii H 111 til Pi law will b< i i MOM D D Third I10JN i in ..i Uon | r. %  ultaTUon layod al UM I t th


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    I'AGl. MX I1AKI1VIR)AOVCM AtK SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27. MB CLASSIFIED ADS. p,DlH wnm • nfHONf aiM IN Ml MIIKMM iSV, ".ule'ether Itat I Oil HAIK • *bt -r rla Batata at bnn NOTICI: I thai i i MtetMf m Field, late Ml UTOMOTlVh .who dlfd in tt.li t.iuid or. (of Fefa-U.ry IHI mleetati 'laiurM tr. -*.i cUiau duly 'tinirii m i lifted Adinim HOI SKN ABB* PLANTATION ited Am>U A (• lluabar-U, Ml. Stand! *>t. JJmt' %  ;...id*. Crab IIIO. at Luc I All llvn.Jwi II,.-H Saloon Cat rViMM Condition Dene ealy TJ- miw> %  ine Island Til SMI M t H hi da U tsM M >•* RRM — • %  l-rtie. entltlr-d II if fd la Uw d.Ote and Claim, unlv '-II UWo ha,, t, .: that a ataall Ml R liable rn. aaaete to tribute* t. ay aer-an ef aneae without data* Dated thia llth 'Ml I MAS ited. AuMiR m. a ^ '" 21 %  Jr. rUAT HOUSErull Iuruiaed. Laareire on-Sea Ptaoae % %  M 1 S3 t f H.R REJrT. to an ti" %  %  •,<•• beautiful heath J > doul I fj i lutli Tub. Gi Sta,\ Tstepaaae Spa*.*, Hrt % % %  o am : %  lit i K OH 1MT Chevrolet Truth %  in A—•* %  Condition %  %  l'"i --id fail> %  • Apply to B ilaik' dr.. Hill. At J>hihe> at O Bold*" Twaadal de Road ft tf U Jn KUXTRK'AL WillKe.>Both Faith And Life %  M-V! ML M I m miiuab itlaer die than betra. Keep botl I| f.nlh. ami lifeIhOUi long one. Doctor* af U.n ,1.,ial H<*ttal -..id l**> BlUnd m an automotu in September V has p*>t U ml probubl* wil: ie haa refused to arc*, tianafei VtOUA r PIELAS. M Ad-nmialralriR of Ui> i-l Emnt C-ilMUr IWHi owaa sa, •(•>< I' I P ar kMt and dini" rr.c. *IU* and *al. -.it 1.JM U t.M-1 f i. U srftAViat On o ff Toanplat* With ftp i> Tank A Bwf>l ,,mta Orde. PHf It lo i % % %  Hayk. ?T M i*d 11 ynoifTai ci %  ..nd from IMh Ja" i %  pa I I CaaM, MM—M b at in Jan lift UK M S—I 1 i BOOM—OilCool Kontn uppi' rl Ha-i NIW AIUIIVAU Irom USA incl.. the lamom lupbttm Piodu" A It •Hi v.. min.t. Toaatan, Waff* on m tne naw rambtnalion llun a* Dry 1'Ott. Sacuir aa* M tbaae Ri 'linri (Kim DaCOBTA a. CO |.t\> rWt Dri Phon an maa i It •W.H >!•! and bath, MJ i itU and "itchrn Ottmaa ""l arvantWti Bam ItftVal ,.i ninth. Fo. p. rUlttoa , ... ||,a I '• ITOHIA" full) .-n khrdonlhr •* %  t l l-drooma. Bi.*KI a .... v. ai 4 -I Ot Ar Btrvant-' Uuartrr. "W I'" Th* landlord pavi lor talapho IMal in i H \V VMI'.II NOTICE rr*bt |i\rn I'.il all it.ri.in. Mil" debt ar claln. aaainM tf r aRrrtm. nUU of CLARA AUXiP GA1> -il DalkaKh lload in lite pailali I I Michael In tlm Maud. WMiiwha died in Ihi. UlarM or. thr llth da of December IHI. are hereb) reajulna %  aaa) ta parUruMra of "air rlalriu Itilv atteatod. to thr undarnanrd Uoaiit ten Archibald C.dr. qualinrd E.ecuVo • Bja Hit] aj aM •'i -. <• I %  rare ot Meaan Yearwoo k>licib>i. Jamoa Blroc' n or before in. Sth ta IM1, after whi.r. date •hall pt——d lo dlaUIbuta the aaaMa • he MMI aatata aaaoMj the patiioa • %  itled lhareio. havlna retard only t men. eMrmol whlth I ih,li thn I,. have had natla*. and that 1 hall ,i liable for aaaoU M> distributed neraun of whoae debt <,-. I not than have had nail*. ltd all aer>ona indebted to he *ai. M at* raajuaatad lo aattw Ihelr I,I JebladnoBa wiUioul delay Doted the BMn day of Bepi.i-r-, it-,; MAMI'DEN AHt-HinAl.n I IKF QualiArd E<>' %  alale Clara A lane dalr Urreaaad MJ w i IIAJJI'XillAM ". idinai-iii In I IBM n. Math** • %  Wai Phone 4Tlo ->, It-II* r. 11. %  ortd workma ordei Caailact C Arth labroak" Btyer Boa, ta n B M-ii GOVERNMENT NOTICES B W I CENTRAL SUGAR CAWE BREEDING STATION DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE ARnculTui.il Auuiant. B.W.I. Centr.il Bugai Cane Breeding Station SHIPPING NOTICES i-oti of Airiculttiral A.-l*t*i. Sialion Department of Afrilania Fe hospitiii n. Twn* llh ,nult l,r aaa, ror what doctors !• lirve i' ,i lona convjh^cer, 1-CIM-l. —U.l' Apiihc-tirimm lavMd loi R.ni Cenl 1. The talary atuched to iht post la in the scale $1,200 \ II $:.20 (LB.) a M—f3.5tt per ..nnum and the point of entry In the ,.l depend on the (juallftcatlona and experience of ihe auccettf^' bl Lut aiter i> year* probatlontry ^ Mu ^ v mn a ProvktaW Fund ja AIX ARE WK/UI The tuccetKful applicint will be required to provide himself | *d^aaar oatar aB> ^^^voa>v **** %  5TIAN SCIENCl CHRISTIAN SCIENCl READING ROOM PROSE WORKS The M \ MUfOCKA %  I aoMft rev aM pawonaen tor DomMlAntltTua, Montaeirat. Mavia *ailinf pnaay tth ntri -it si owsia ABBOflATlON INl < CaoaUjaee. Tata "*e M1 i loan toward.^ the purchase uf which will be made MKC'IIANICAL CANE CAMTN -it. rm Irom taMf-' -u*h t w ran be ortfi m RMt t.ii ^4T. Roel.uth Dial TRAIUTHt -Him fl 111 Will Aiipl> r fn Rp>> Btr M1SCEIXANEOUS EQU1PMBNT of all r,T Alldee. I IB Boebu'k I. It %  ta-i I n WSIATANT MISCELLANEOUS HAIB-On^ l A O r Oept ITOUST— Utifumiahed llouao two n.rea bcdiooma modern convonlei ..U.m *•*•!! rriler f>om town. *ea utd Wine O Q a,o A* !" it ANN&MWBMKNn VAKE EXTRA MONEY %  H I -,,.!. nil IPtrc tir^e %  •-•li Pononal arrti Spanllli tlraftU't" -..me impnnlrd Sampler Fr U %  H i mt ht '' %  '' %  .,' AJf Mall CYPHKBS CARD* CO, W ii na m B aafJtia N Y }. ////• %  i .'.--^•--•'.ovo, made lo In.%  ittot mentioned, ta herr .,ra-t lo eml Data •iittcni'itl t h> .-'..racial Secretary .1 if. %  ..avc. a iwi mi. ittt : W HE11VE*. •Wretaiv MrNu.ics r*oco*i Mi t ttf m Orocer. a* lb Tin! Mr >, it. Tint 4Tr Tr> HHnr l It Mat •-' -. IT t m 9m %  Bhlpin-i.l > be dlaappoinlod todat ai>d a.t MrKlFR-*COCOA Jli.t al id. like And the pnBnipi Health and i SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC U.S. Sabrejete Beat Reeori*M the previous record o 11 MIC' slio-. i.. ,. in April. —U.F. on terna and condiUoiu tlmllai lo thoee which are applicable t Iravelli-ig oftkeri o( ine Barbadot Covernmen! Service. A mileage allowance will be paid at standard Government rates. 4 Applications, stating age educational qualifications and ex. perlence, togtthei with COPIES of testimonials should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture, yueen't Park, and will be accepted up | t., 12 noon on Ssturda>. 4th October. 1952 19 SSI—4n I I ~CIMilMMIM Or ->l rr.KVISDIt il'llMALFl MAIN KiTCHEN I.KNriKAl. HOSPITAL Appin -itiinu anunited for the non-pensionable post of Suprit-isor. Main Kitchen. General Hospital, at a talary of 1480 rising bv innual Increments of $48 to $912 per -nnum^plus temporary Cost r Living Allowance at Government rates Applicants should not be o**t 40 years of age. should have attained a satisfactory standard of education, and should have had ome experience In housekeeping duties on a large sc-UApplications on forms obtainable from the Secretary, General Hospital, should he forwarded to him not later than 30th September M2 HARRISON LINE OTTWARD FROM THF INTTED KINGDOM COf-ONIAL' PHILOSOP'IF-V HISTORIAN" BUR MOUNT Liverpool M 'brough nnri London Glaanow and Liverpool. London. 12th Sept 28th Se*i 17th Sept. llth Oct. 28th Sept. 10th Oct. 4th Oct. l~th Oct HOMFVt ARM FCt! TBt I'NTTED KINGDOM % easel Fee SI s s CROFTKR" MKRCHANT' Lverpool London 27th Sept 30lh Sept In Carliale Bay Hloar, aohoonara rvm > vi IU. „).,., (iardarua W Ol derful Counaellor. Eniellnr %  I Franalvn l> R Hanr< Motor V'eaaes Blue t Ariaa. Canbaa*-. T B Rad. ARBJVAU S M Kim. Wit tun. lion. Trlnlda under Captain A H Harden Aeenf DaCoata t Co Ltd B a Colonial. MM lona. Irom Live, pool under Captain W Arenla— DaCoata a Co Lid Schooner Cyekirama. 11 bm. fr%  Trinidad under CanUIn ,i ConaUnaa in the Bchoonai OWI-I AiMtTantit amoonar Wonderful C^urua-llor. Attenuon Ii ura*n to the Control of Prices (.Defence) (Amendment i Order. 19S2. No 33 which will be published in the Official Cuietlc of Thursday 25th September, 1952 2. Under this Order the m.ximuin wholesale and retail tallini? prices of "Pilchards—Canned". Sardines in OU (c( Other Brands" nd "Meat—Fresh and Froeen—Veal" are at follows:. For further Information, apply to . DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agents Japan Will Get U.S. Arms i... ,i.i... Aleaai.de> Conalcned to I Captain I' ISM Sih />U' tatrfKi KINGS -oanuina .. %  • n Dal .n.i %  .' %  aHawt" lallarter foi %  ) : . StTWCBBIE now lo the Dall> Ttlr ( ra|h Cnsland*. leadinf Dally Newapaper no % irrlvint in Barbadoa bv AI' only a fr data attar aublirallan In landon Cani>,< Un oa* /o Advocate Co I.id lax ,i Bepreeenlatlvo Tel IIH It 4 Bt -I f n Seaweil %  I. %  = ..!.. o wauon. a far I'll., u. Rlea TANK One .11 Haw Ht Oallan Gals, nlr* Tank ..... ,1 Small Patent Anch.n lattul tor Yi.rhta Ph-nr (1 \|M.. ('ADJUST SUN Nun aua. It Chearn, B Martina, B Bp>i>d*r. W Parraa, J T tBa ll lt I II. in M II.,..-. II SI •mi R lioi-ii. Rail tHllaoe Ollpln. (i VtaB, N Tlinma.. II Oop> Oalaaa rrri '.Un. K-nl. M f i ..n. IrtChrie. J Hell. lor Brlll^. rl mil KAURI M III,*,i ..lida. ill, V Bavie* I C Chaafct. H i*i Oodeard iQ \,n... I>si R. M. vr .. i in i WASHINGTON American rn,t will V.TV BOO' fltiw to Japan, the defeated MMBQ with whom formal peace wa %  nade not long ago. Plant are under way in Wathington by which all the "hard I goods"—military jargon In America for such items us tanks. heavy artillery, lorries, jeeps and otlver important pieces of equip 1 ment—necessary to equip a inori,"rn army of eight to ten divisions I will start on their way to Tokyo Japanese rearmament undrt V Hie-* ir HI n. |... i I..i loIlH. ben looked on In the Pentagon us I foregone conclusion otic ii Peace Treaty wot -igned and Japan had n.auiiia Japan It regarded b> America's top planners at an absolutely essential link in the utoti I chain of Pacific" defence and a tiring Japan, taking her place in IT' T i '" ** t nd i Pacific defence cumsul'r •S'nunlly-.at pretent limited In Ameiieii. Austruliii and New gaaignB-.|| engviiv awaltad i The main snag in the plan I M necessity for "integrRling" th-> Japanese rearmament with th> prndurtion -artnnrketl fn i.urope. Korea ami Indo-Clni. L. E S I\I. barda Caoataj Sardines in Oil: (c) Other Brands Meat—Fresh and Fro Veal: — in) Cutlets (will hone) ill) All other cult I lb WHOLESALE PRICE (not inure than) $20.30 per i carton of 48 tins $12 12 per case or carton of 48 l lb tins $16.00 per case of 100 x 3| oa. tins or $1 95 pe rl2 tint . RETAIL PRICE Bliualed at Cai n. Bl Jamoa Contalnios parti* built lonr Hunaalow. BV I ST. Apply Car inal Jarhman. Cryalal Bpmifa, Si ime. .HiM ii u 11—4n I.ANO IS Acrr. r u, d .1 .. %  t Urour Uolnf ri .....laltlr Ai>|.l< i %  %  .. Market Hill. E 2S ,J $t ARMI\ AI Jt Iran. Irlaltad A Hi.hania, J RrTh.nl i II. letl. A Veaiwond, I V^.i—1 M •Hone. J Tador R Tudor. J Tt^„ \l Tudor. M Tudor. D TiW-.r tudor. II Mania, .i Vauahn, T llnllcr V I I er, M Butler. S Buller. T Pre, Irara Trlaltad: i HAM. Of Till. MtllOK VtaBII I B RAIIAH' The aperalaod price cl tM.MOW noi IIAQAIt" OPTEHS IrM t'.i •oichate ol the .amare Invited fluch oiler, a r lo tie auhmilttd li aajaa] enielopea to bo addteaard lo Tin tahal In Admlra'i.e. Public lluiidiu.'.(badaa and tpe M ^ %  lorc Ilie Mtli S.pl.-ml-r. ItU un the lat ixiobei Ui.ealrd er.irlii..". oi "ntn* Ihe ofl.ia wil. bo taken lo ha i.i'irt and openad there by UM laSialral In Ihr I'a.ent. of tha Ch.i (MUM foi lurthrr parncuiara applv to. T T HKADLXV. Marahal In AdlDlialty ..iv at—ar. PBatSONAL ir public are hereby warned atelnit ', tledll tt> mv v.llr Ho, Met i i ae I do not i.old iaaall onalbir for her ot >n)one vlae con. i debit In n.> name order a I tried by me >;t John i .-(Una an> debt In Touch With Barbadoa Co*utal Station Ctbta rle.. ,W | Utd Jdvi I HI8 Ihlp* tlironct Itado Cue • Station BS Jamaica Producer. SS * p,,,. 1 S Colombia. B 8 Eaaonyboid ", % r-uBuav. S S Cluded de Carac.. g s Kim, BS Anltaa L, It gagal 'Btuar B a Delft. BS En.K. SB Mo. I S Rodaa. S S aVhrroci •laeht. S H Canadian Challenarr | Jean L D S S Wllford. B S II., i: I rranelaeo R Hart 9 s Amerig, Vcraurel, B Metedia A *),, ''lante.. B S •lliedrechi S S 8 Mat*, t B Alcoj Cavaher. % % EtnitM I. lalda llondura. 8 8 8 Julian S S sunrover S S Stoaard. B> U Ilpra aptaln S B Rtaarlo. 8 Dodln Maraano. 8 B Semen. B a Charlotte Ma: No Compromise for Indian Reds HVllEKAMAU. gtspt. 2. India's Pi imc Miiii-der Jawaha il Nehru, warned Hyderabad piOateeaa Communist* Fnda., i' .Miiitn.nt .(ill not compromise with terrorists who iiav Mln-d mi ,i ihree->caip.iign of viol.-ine in ihc Telan.iana area. He said CommunlM will be quelled with rutriles force and lid N if the lejul.i • ..I UM iHllion" lo expect ^iveinment to neot;ale with hem at equals. Un| a IIUHC itathciii,. ie re during a tour of thit ttatt "s'ehru also lectured the orowd on how to behave during the • main %  f ttve Indian Notional Anthen. Oont tcratch your body and ion! feel In your pockets Bhual \ attention like Midlers." —1 .! %  DEPARTMENT OF KDITATION. BARBADOS. B.VVI. ApplicatioiiK are invited from Graduates or Non-Graduates with %  Uitabtt teaching experience for the post of HEADMASTER of S", Leonard's School for Boys. Richmond Gap. The school provide 1 education at the secondary stage far about 7S0 boys between the age* Of 11 and 14. The salary will be on the >cal Bbc. i Un 11 HI \ i itimbilled with EI'HE>II:RIS II.M JOHNSONS STATIONERY NOTICE Will all Customers holdmi'tiMIM !IETKR :REBATE NOTES present f .innfor paymt'iit on before the last day of September at the Gas Compan>\ Office. Bay Street, between 8.30 to 18.M t.m. and 12 30 lo 2 3$ p.m. Il.ili Wi.lt li. s LOI'IS L, BATLEY Roltnn Lane Lovr IOMH I'llCCtOVB STONE oul ..I Blua f Hi.a I Slice! i i. I tin munium aaraa u AdvU Dept 7TSU Ji -'e'e'e'e'e*-*------,*---'* -'-*-,*,'-'. *D A \ € E A GRAND DANCE to be held bv "' I .un. GUI. Geerae i. HI, i,s jnd MscDonald Rk hards i better kn.mi. %  faUcJUa") At Princess Alice flaying FieVd *> IO-MII '*'**,','+ W***a eee5e>*e>e> C e > e,e,^ -,-, It I IM ( TIONS FOR WEEK I %  •all Tsssl Ml I.lit I I I anIndian t ahm ai -.. .leer BUIaaed IS "III III IU" \-l • %  to -tea riaa I IB %  %  %  BAROAINS KIRPALANI ,.,, >,'.:'S,',;;;;; &f — 4>4H >•• &f • &f&f < IMPORTANT NOTICE -.;...riii^; i'ANADIAN .1 K\ l( r Srptrml>ei Si'pteinbri Ottslktf October Sail* Arrl.ea Hallfaa Batkaeaa XKm ilfa Ufa October Itlh October aB-h November I-t ..ovenjbw lt ST LAWREN'Ci: Aaply ;_DA COSTA CO. LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE NEW YORK BARBADOS SERVICE B/S "Al^OA PURITAN aaila NEW YORK 3rd Oct M i IIAliRAIHiS Ulh O.I NEW ORLEANS BARBADOS SERVICE SJTEAMKK >ail. NEW OR1.FANS Mil -sept BrttrM HAHBAIKMI TTth Sept sir AM KM tail. NBW OH1.EANB SSth tept STtAMUt 111 M-". ORUEANI STTAMER .all. NFW ORLEANS SS-d Supply. g s and Consumers will be duly notified. THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. V. SMITH. QaBMel Manauer. %  %  Ill ll III M K ONLY •-•.:io \ < HILDRFV 9— S 1.75 i &£rt€* SALE OF PREFERENCE SHARES THE BARBADOS TELEPHONE COMPANY LIMITED. Registered 3 April. 1903. The Company invites public subscripiions^at par for FIVE PER CENT CUMULATIVE PREFERENCE SHARES of £1 each of an intended issue „f £50.000 This issue forms part of an authorised capital nf £ IOOSOO ofFIVK PERCENT. PREFERENCE SHARES carrving a fixed cumulative preferential dividend at the rate of Bve 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 .xi-ting 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 tor 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. Bv Order of the Board. T. C, McKINSTRY, Secretary. Registered Office. James Street.





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    -\Tli;ii\\ M I'TI.MRKR 21. 1932 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK FIVE C.J. Affirms Judgment Of Appeal Court R omeone's Appellant Must Give Up utter* of MW.GAUYI* Possession Of Lands '' **^" A PP eal Jud S es Confirm S7 ._ „„ c ^ r rdship the Chief Judge, ST AII.II Ctll> nioiv. Hi.''*Fines For Bodily Harm IN' A WRITTEN' JUDGMENT handed down in the Courl >>l K: lay, His Ixirdship the Chief Judge. t.u Allan Oillyniiiri'. dismissed the appeal of Winifred _. SeantMaury, and ultii-med Ihe judgment of the Court of waium Sf Four cro^BSSJ. > Appeal which ordered her to give up possession of certain Juhn, lor Letter* of Aummiktrulands at St James. His Lordship however varied the a*?.?? 'J"' Q"}" '" h ""'b""' 1 in f r u,vin -p t h< iand t n r m ,, ^, a ^ \2.'*ju\'ir e Hr."LoViJ!.rSo rd u.c .to w. K^. ,.o. co„. *5EM££S ias?-?i*nS?Sh Ml for the appellant, instructed ... —yet it U cle* r that she taew L, er of Administration cum by Messis. Yearwood Boyce *"* her existence and admitted to u-stimer to annexo de bonu non asked for a stay of execution for the Respondents attorney the %., the estate of his brother. Ourslx weeks, with a view to appeal tights of the Respondent, when don Oscar Batson, late of pour to the West Indian Court of *he said to him—"1 have a piece ilocds. St. Philip. The will wai A; ; | . Tin. %  prlu.ttion wn. t land belotunn to Beatrice proved on the 24lh October. 1941. kianted. Younge and I pay taxes for It-'" end testamentary letters issued After delivering his judgment. Ot: the evidence as a whole I have t" the father. Cornelius Balsou. Hi* Lordship expre,Td his per'" doubt that the Appellant en' ow deceased. sonal view on the case, observing Joyed permissive occupation of the In both these matter* Mr. C. H. M ould be a sorry day for 1* !" her husband had done £ tarhe Q c instructed by Mr HjrbHdians who owned land left previously and throughout ac•' %  ** Thomas o the firm of ir. chaige of relatives whil.thev knowkdged the Respondent as the •• Carnngton Scaly Soli.c KarcllM a a h s arc raiding abroad, if such rclgW owner of the land, accord''TJt^S^ur.nUs.raCrwcre Mro. Ferny bounced h ,ningly .he Statute never comJfi£& tfS^S*^ ti^*%£*£, M _-^T %  r _ •": l.Liriati 111 I jar If in I hinv an/I ^-J | l. ( •"••Mat'lll ST \ IIS The Hon r M Qalry. Mem bar of ihe LagtslaUve Council of N THK ASSISTANT COURT OK AIM'KAl. vtsU-iday. Grenada, landed Ul S: \ Their Honours Mr H. A Vaughn and Mr A J H Hanon Wednesday. Beputmboi IB MbtU eooflnMd UM dwftnon of His Worship Mr. S. H. £? ",7 wa/r^S^'th./uT Nurse. Police Maistrate ul District T". who tin, I Elkins I T JOSU, Twould be % Seale and McDonald Lucas. lH>th of Road View. St. Peter, eipimed for breaking, has ptedsr £2 and 3/costs for inflicting bodilv harm on each other < Secrecy to the deliberation* on October 1 lttf.1 ,n <-orerence of ihe I % %  ,. ,.' l iH . . M. ancU of the Windine fines are t. oe paid in seven days or in default one month's imprisonment with hard labour Hath men appealed against the decision of Hi* Worship Mr Nurse. trd Island* Joshu when never Ol mil*, can oust the menced to run in her favour as oghtful owner* elainu by pleadu..; her enjoyment was not one of ei for\"Uv >tvnc of New Yn.k the Ut of UrrOtaUon. -" s '7 J^Joyment He r pas\o\hl ^L ot Mur^nlw-y Ilvspondent in the suit wiMMlon i s the possession of the ] a tc of New York. Mr. W W Young, who was repreowner. Reecc. Q.C., Solicitor General, in-ented by Mr. E. K. Walcoti, Held Herself Agent Mructed by Messrs Cottle Catford Q.C instructed by Messrs. CotWhile I agree with the argufliid Company. Solicitors, appeared tie, Catford and Company. ments of learned Counsel for the <-n behalf of Ihe petitioners. Itelivrring hi>. judgment. His Appellant relatm,: it, the qucsIxlters of Administration were lxid*hip said: ttOB Of BgCuCJ and the lack of nlso granled to Vivian Dear of "The case out of which this Privity of contract between the Tudor Brdge. to the esUle of her apl>eal arises was in the nature Parties, it cannot be denied. If daughter Viviette I. Dear, late of of a suit for ejectment of the m >' vu w of XM position is corJ^dymede Gardens Si lUetsaal Appellant by through her con* on record, from ceitaiii lands the parish of Saint James. The trial Judge gave Judgement for Ihe Respondent (Plaintiff) and oidered the Appellant (Defendant) to give up possession within tan da] "The grounds of appeal ore: — *i!is% .'"wit, ';„e aSftS fossrjsmjsi attion was not barred by the wai the property of his mother. Siaiule „r Limitations. Kluabeth Harris, who died In (2) That the decision of th January 1927 without making a UariMKl Judge was against the will and my late husband was WtjfjM of the evidence. her only lawful sen" This latUr "In 1910 the Respondent purstatement discloses a clear at(hased the land in dispute from tempt to set up a title in herself the Respondent, cct „ ,na t the Appellant hild and lo Christopher C Thompson ; instituted attorney hersc J f ou } os P' n, f r the Reof Bank Hall, w the estate of h.s *J" ,u "J* a lands in ^P"n<"nt by paying tacs in the father Clifford Thompson, late of s,l, u d Jf J!' ,n lainft James The circumstances which 1 have rollege Land. St. J*lin assr. sissjps Counsel in the cats fi were Mr G. II Attains loi McDonald Lucas and Mi W W Reece. QC. for Seale Seale told the Court that! on October 1 whia igarettes at a shop in St Pel 4 bou had Lucas attacked him ami was rtpPM Lucas said he heard Scale ._. bukins Ftatj and s|,k. t<> u"m, lP Ho enticcl Fent> i ( > l
    U I b) Captain C. B. M B y will rat following puigramnic at Ih4 Qai rlson Saviinnah on Sunday, September 28. at 5 00 p m %  ramme Is as follows. M. against um Thompson, late of a '"£ ,u SV d ,mta *f d rcumstances which 1 have rollege Land. St. Jlm. „f nv c % %  *' thai the real lted Vivian Dear was represented by ?*5 re ?!? r ,*5 ,h J •""" *>nty"Furlhermore. the Appellant Mr. J. E. T. Brancker. instructed f nd •"J^L""J .S^Jj look '' who had previously stated "1 by Messrs Yearwood A Bovce. I,* "'^"'f."' ""' *""V I 2 w Ut have a piece of land belonging while Mr. D. H. I* Ward, instruct•\', P £? r,ed SJ ,or >, ,old ** ?*• to Beatrice Young and I pay d bv Messrs Haynes & Griffith, 2 f !" "ic Coun accepted ihe taxes for It" before the Police Solicitors appeared for the petiV^ en B c \ h 'f c,, 5 nt 1 ** n **' Magistrate said this — 'The land t:oner Christopher Thomp'on rnuwed "hould be offr M(>MLK isgMA Before conlkrming the de* i n Their Honours said that after His Lordship the Chief Judge taking into account the evldeties PROG RAM MI Oi.nd M*frr> THE THIUI I TragK Owsriurs I'lirum; "• %  Valw aB.H*I TIIK SUSTINC, "lll'V rwMalihfU-lKl' K U I l„. Ptlawrl -t.ASaiCA —• POBM • OimalK KUrvTiiia. WALIFI* s rilm Them* THE liHtAM or ; W t N - %  D^>m"i> M...I. -U'llIlT Of PAOl -STHY oat n-nJ will si** > Uarvhln* PHp*- •! IN* fj~ ml* pioSmmlulVowed by "OOD* 'HAVS""TMS QV1UU* i •-. wijntaJaj trie Hon E T holding his weekly meeting at the Market Square Hon E M GalTJ '*as seated :n a car A soon as it stopped several angry u eegqgM surrrunded the csq U CKMuJad an unfrivndU rOSMpUOR loUj the eai dram when it was known that tin Hon r. M i; nrj would hold public meeting on Friday at i I (int. al^-iii 2.uo people guilni.. to hear him lions Cieorgi Charlaa and Bvant M supported him on the platforrn arrived %  DOUl 4.35 pm Tii I I did not favour th< I oearancr and for several minutes' H .,^n ,ne >" wer the objects of bombardment goings., to WIN WITH SPMQING OVER 70 YtARS OF SPORT . I. SMIDINC & BROS. LTD ri" Charles rcsn u> addtaai .(ii | The Fort' 1 to th,mlcrophciw while the noise f UM trOa i accompanied him IIM II .i gfi S p.m and was intrudm ed b) Mr. George Uiwho dalinunred the attempt of tho Si n Vincent Legislative Council I oust Mr. Joshua from th< K>. cutlve Council I ah-l The Mobile Cinem. St. Augustine, St. George. Mr. Qaln ippaa l ad foi Unit went hearing but there win a pan Sir Sir Allan Colly more, yesterday thev had before them, thev M*t Thursday kdmlttad to probate the wills of *hal Die decision of the Polka 5 nd *-i" l-'esidents from as far as new John Jellings" Blow of St John; Magistrate Kathleen A I bertha Manning, lurbed Henry. A. PilgTm and Arthur W nNBD £3 id gave „"". rrZ iffi £ % %  % %  ;". ,..?*"' ill ould nul be lt*. luiv. Applewhaites and Sweet Bottom lourneyed to St. Augustine lo see the show. U kft. Dr. t G. FBgrta.'SS iSlrSZ i U -S."Wu5!S S' !" 1 "" '" st M '""" time after, at n date which does l-imitations 1 have little hcifai n m e Court for Divorce and yesterday lined 37-year-old Idrot appear in the evidence, but on _,7i„!i 0 i d in,( ._,?" a i J *f 1 A>? a ni *?l Matrimonial Causes yesterday, round Shorey of Dun'low Lane, St It seems, must have been some time in 1922 or before. From 1922 he allowed to take advantage of Ihe previoi until hiv death in IBM one Cecil ll" 1 ^ "fi!? 1 fiS Siantlebmy a brother or halteonflicting he has His Lordship Ihe Chief .Judge, Sir Michael, £3 lo be paid in M days stateAllan Collymore, granted the 0 one month's oplication for Decree Absolute in with hard labou. Sunday, October 5 Is Saint iseph's Day, and there will be Ichration of th's Day at the enl demsiul thai Honi Char I ihould laava tl tins was don indar'police protocUon Mr (i.nry wa* allowed to oiiitim. provided no other Elected Mem her but the Hon E T "oftnl was mentioned Mi Cialiy told hi"Pilltlcs ami ti i a farce in St Vincent Do n< measure ma with tinFinal bushel you use for voui lo d sf niC ?iS"i B alrl !" Y un -* %  the su't of D. Austin, petitioner. e, 2 4 s. *d. from Marjorle brother of "the Raapoodenl a.,d the h n C h) ^,' S ^ ( l fSStJ^JS^SSL PT '£ D **£& R P ndenl man on September 9 • .^. k f SUt ute .* nd " n Decree Nls) was pronounced on S gt. Alleyne atlorhe.) 1., <-,.that slie lias tnjoyed exclusive the 8th August. Tlie petitioner t, u | Poll cm ,n is nays • oh^ |^ IIB h church. Final busnei you use re imprisonment "• „^Z£*„,. ,' m*kihe occapoliticians." hut th ', >, ,im. ..iiangements to make tm <>c* •" 'laling Ti Itdid not ^sfulone'sre almost move the disappoint.... nt the Th^ Church Choir. fH long befon and aean .i" huaband of the Apitellant, occupied the land, his wife and living together In a ih.f.ol house situated thereon. Since his death Hie Appellant has continued live in the hoUSa possession for more than the reappeared in person. qu.slte parted. Decree Nisi was also granted u. %  The claim lo mesne profits the suit of J. F. Barrett, Petition. could only extend from the date er< an d M R. Barrett, Respondn u || the same when the Appellant ceased to be €n t. Mr, E. K. Walcott. Q C bus IBIUI and is there at present. ,, permissive occupant and beholding papers for Mr. J. S. B. a „t No Rent Paid Came a trespasser on refusal to Dear, and instructed by Mr II "Throughout this period no rent deliver up possession of the land, L. Thomas ot the firm of Mesn. in respect of the land has been ""d ihis daUB has nol yet been Carnngton & Scaly. Solicitors, paid, but the taxes have been persisted in. appeared on behalf of the petlalwaya paid In the name of Bea'" !" appeal must be dismissed, tloner trice Younge, the respondent The ,he Judgment of the Court below ; _ conveyance for the land having "'"""Pd nd the Appellant given command of Captain D. P. Bruin. n,ent been proved and recorded > Station prosecuted for the Police from information 9 ceived Marjoric Trotman of Bank said thai while sitting In m September 9. the defendtook a wallet containing £2 4s. fid. out of a basket. oiHpleted. | i,v Mr. Merton M Carl still putting In some hard prac, .• %  .. it i Hymns. Psalms ami arols. which will be rendered on feast day. 21 days within 194H. thr Ra pondent'i attorney pow*"' 0 sought to evict the Appellant in that year by lodging cornptalnt %  held !hn[ he had no )ui lada ttOO. "Counsel for the Appellant in g of his argument ha.' urged that mlsl ikes and ASSAt ITTl. POLICE A line of £2 to be paid days or one month's In pi lament with hard labour was imhich to give up It left port on Thursday for St. posed on Gordon Clarke (23) cf Vessels Bring Colas, Copra Colas, copra, charcoal and Vincent. "BRINO" DIE SUNDAY The Sagucnay Terminals 1: S S. Bruno under the of Captain ifciberg U due to arrive on Sunday evening from Montreal. Among the cargo for Barbadi tencies in the .wiknee of his frcsh frull ^g^ |hc maln ttttM | 5 go00 bags of flour, 180 buntembcr 10 client cannot alter the true legal brought to the Island by four dies of tin containers, general Walwyn. nonship of the parties or afvessels which arrived here bemerchandise and lumber. Thomas Gap. St. Michael Worship Mi < i Police Magistiati' of llisl.ict A'\ who found him gUlltj Oi I' r Colistal.le L'Kl I'liml-batch on September 10. Ttaa eaaa m whleh Clarke *..s charged with using indecent language on Tudor Street on BapI by Mi mrr aUMKAOr The in %  shortage is still betng lilt in St. George; but p*tatK's ,, %  in nioci.lat.Mlppl>Hir.nlliuit cun still be obtained aaaaa* .. Wnalll and black eyed peas are plentiful. No sea eggs were BBagl I iits of this parish as yet ii. anu residents are again live In other h the iw H piaifina *.>" %  i rlAai which touch Mr F <; Smith appi V50Q 9 0Qp C.DJJ. Grunt KINGSTON, J'clonma. intendent at Trinidad. 10 while he was on duty on Tudor It Is also expected that C U.C. quertlons of law and fact. T| and accordingly a careful examination of the avtdance, trhlch is not lengthy, is. in my view, an essential to a proper appreciation of the l >h.„ m, pa y „,eo, ZS?2J'Z $*£*£! •? '"'" i*'^-""* "* ownership of that dn,mS f CO, S Th < '* pd nl hidividual any more than nonpay il a B Ul of rent iconclusive Bg to I xclurive possession of an Her,. Uunk llv (^ , a 5 0 „: ^*w broom, .ad • ivhlch came Into port on Thurs' day night brought as its cargo | 454 bags of eocoanut meal, II [ rartoru of Angostura bitter--, 4 day. This vessel will discharge 40 ON BOND tons of general cargo. The Lady Bedaiey i s consigned to Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co.. Ltd.. It carries a crew of 124. and is under the command of the defendant and will assist' the Agricultural his father pushing a cart .vlth Development Corporation at i lumlx-r He got suspicious and future dale. asked them lo come along wi.h i',p. him to the station. The defendant began to use indecent la.._... ind assaulted him INQI 1 ST TODAV ' Captain A. Le Blanc. barrels of fresh fruit. The launch Trojan which came The motor ve-sel which aroff dock on Thursday went on a rived was the Lady Jay from St. trial run yesterday. One of the Its cargo consisted ..f 0 crew told the Adeaease yesterdrums of coecrt'lul oil, 87 bags day that Ihe performance of the of charcoal, 9$~ i>osts 200 packlaunch was very satisfactory and ages and 50 hunch's of fresh that it will be back in general fruit. 5 bags of mneapple* and service very soon. WORK GOINO AHEAD •hip of the persons mentioned above assumes great Importance in a consideration of the legal L !" As previously pointed L,ucl tut, Cecil Scantlebury was a tiall brother of tho Api>cllant and was no stranger while I.,, p,.„-:,.,! the land. H* .. possession was in my view in the 1M eocoanut plant 1 -'. form of a permlsVivo occupation, OIL TANKER ARRIVES enjoying as be did the fruits of a Work on the newly arnu red %  UUSea OS beThe oil tanke. stoaaa which site of land belonging lo the '' : ''"• IO'M'"i"li>ni Krm,. Ktrct arrtfad hO port frOM POtnt-aTclephom(-'upanv ..' Dajrrel P |T *; t Appellant and sisterPierre on Tuesday broufhl a Road is going ahead at .. fast in-n.w or the Kespondent occupied quantity .f motor gasolene and rate. Yesterday men were al %  land on the same basis as her kerosene for Messrs. General work digging the foundation sband had previously Traders and R. M. Jones. The while trees and shrubbery were too wa. no stranger Red a* bl i unsigned to DaCosta being removed fion. the eastern %  'mi mi i!. 11 is d i ffleu11 tobe iie v e & Co.. Ltd. and i under tho nart of the site. An Inquiry into the stances surrounding the death ot His Worship Mr. O, H C.riffl i. Kenneth Springer of Flat Riek. Acting Police Magistrate of DdSt OaorfM, will be held by trict "A", yesterday placed K>nWorship Mr. G B Gnmth. Aetneth Forde. a 20-year-old lab... .i PoUca Magistral-of Hist i et of Bay Land. St Michael on "A", today at 10 am. probation for a period of }?. Springer was detained at th months m the sum of £:. f-.i Geru-ral Hospital on Septembattempting lo steal a hand inc. IB after he was involved in the property of Amy Arevmaccident on llaggatt Hall r la The ofranoa anu i-onunltCed ir. with a car about 11.45 a.m. th Septeml^-r 22. same day. ii'iir She HARRISON'S — BROAD ST. "RIAC" %  HTBOVB) SYNTHKTIC CHAMOIS I.F.ATHKRS ARK BBS AGAIN \1 Till: SAMK OLD PRICE • J^ 4 tents* Each ^J Thr OKI AC" • DOES NOT BECOMi: SI.IMV • DOES NOT BECOME STIFF WHEN DRY • IS SOFT. SMOOTH. AND PLIABLE WHEN WET • LASTS LONGER AND BECOMES EVEN BETTER IN USE 11)1 M. FIIK POLISHING MOTOR CARS, WINDOWS. GLASSWARE, CLEANING HOUSEHOLD PAINT WORK Etc, WE RECOMMEND "ORIAC" WITH EVERY CONFIDENCE HARRISON'S Hardware Department Dial 2364 or 3142 SIMPLY SELECTING THESE NEW MATERIALS SATIN <. I'llin shades of Pink, Peach. UU11-. Often AWhin< S> % %  ** SATIN — M ins. wide in Blue, Black, Peach and While @ M SATIN :iB ins. wide. While only per yd @ -H — ALSO — 32 ins POPLIN. White only l He. per y'