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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Original Juris

Meeting of Advisory C
Board 2.20 p.m

Mobile Cinema, Home Agricultura
tion, St. Philip, 7.30 p.m



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Por the cause that lacks assistance

"Gainst the wrongs that need resistance

For the future in the distance
And the Good that I can do.



HOUSE PASS 41 SECTIONS OF MAUDE BILL

OVER SEVEN HOURS
SPENT IN DEBATE

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed in

00 a.m
Hospita

1 Sta



phavbados

ESTABLISHED 1895

Committee with amendments, 41 clauses of the Local /
Government Bill which seeks to implement the sugges-:
tions of Sir John Maude. Clauses four-and six which. deal}

with the remuneration of the Mayor and Deputy Mayor

and clause 31 dealing with

were postponed. é

The amendments agreed
relation to the clauses which
were passed, were for the most
part, amendments suggested in
a Majority Report by the Select
Committee appointed to study the
Bill. A Minority Report was also!
submitted by Mr. C, E. Talma to!
the effect that he agreed with the,
proposed amendments to the Bill}
except in so far as the division}
of Christ Church was concerned. |

The First Schedule to the Bill
which deals with the boundaries
of the three divisions tor Local
Government areas and authorities,
was also passed by a majority
vote.

The House spent 7} hours in|
discussing the forty-four sections
of the Bill dealt with yesterday
and at times, heated debate en-|
sued on legal points in connection!
with some of the clauses. |

Under the Bill, provision is
made for dividing the island into
three administrative areas to be
known as the City of Bridgetown, |
and the Northern and Southern
Districts.

The House adjourned at 12.45}
this morning arid meets again at}
3p.m. tomorrow Yo continue fur-
ther consideration of the Bill.

Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) is
taking charge of the Bill. |

Clausd one which deals with|
the short title of the Bill was}
passed. |

@ On Page 3 '

Reds Want Truce
—But Only On |
Their Terms |

TOKYO, Sept. 30. |

The Supreme Allied Command- |
er, General Mark Clark said his
“personal opjnion’”’ is that Com-
munists want an armistice in}
Korea “providing they can get it
on their terms.”

He said that “although the six~ |
teen months stalemated truce!
talks” have proved frustrating |
we have continued to negotiate
patiently in the hope of reaching
an agreement.”

He said the truce negotiators
“have reached agreement on many
issues, some of which for a time
appeared to be insoluble prob-j
lems”. However he said, the!
United Nations would stand firm |
on the only issue blocking the}
truce—the Communists demand
for the forced return of all Chin-
ese dnd North Korean prisoners.

He said “you may rest assured
that the United Nations Command
will not compel the return at the
point of bayonet of those prison- |
ers of war who have signified they
would forcibly resist the return
to Communist control and its fear-
ful consequences.”—U.P.

CREW RESCUED
LISBON, Sept. 3.

All 74 crew members of the
773-ton Portuguese fishing vessel,
“Joao Costa”, have been rescued,
according to headquarters of the
Portuguese cod fishing industry. |

The 74 fishermen and crew
members aboard “Joao Costa” took
to dpries when their vessel sank
on September 23, and survived
rough Atlantic seas for seven days
before being picked up by three
different ships,—U.P. i

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1952

NIXON ANSWEES HES

CRITICS









‘Labour Party’s Executive








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U.N. Believe | Attempt At| Messrs Morrison And
{ R . j i
: _ Russians Are | halls ,
the disqualification for office } . : {
InKo | Rebellion alton Pushe ul
in Norean War | | C
, | : u j MORECAMBE, England, Sept. 30,
M ical Recital PROUT. ont. Se. r shed Leftwing su rte f M , Seubiev: as y
us. LeCr |}. United Nations militaries be-/ wb! 8 Ppo eee 7 Es ae weet two
A ° ; | eve there are between 7,000 and | | CARACAS, Venezuela, cars Seats on the British Lab pnal Execu-
At St. Michael 8 12,000 Russian troops now in| . Sept. 30. tive Committee in a stunning ,——~ i
C [Rorea, pemeriiative sources re- | re An army communique _ said The Bevanites defeated ‘an Social:sts Ih, Herbert
thedr vealed. ne Russians are man- | ‘there was “absolute normalcy” in Morris = Fes : ‘ : a ema
a al }ning anti-aircraft guns but are army garrisons throughout the ond be, ugk’ Delercia e carat sas oak Pat
A BENE: programme: of {/ 2°! being used as front line com- | country In the wake of the crush- rated : } én.” as a eR NePRtS all
ae ao ; bat troops,.the sources said. }€d attempted rebellion led by a cated to the local Labour Bes « eC OSI Rage.
Mr. ‘Gerald Hi a te 7 “They are not formed into di- ; sroup of civilians and military], Despite the setback however, x 7
r. Ger fudson for a visions” an Eighth Army spokes- | men, wherein five persons were moxterate forces of the former q
cital hael ) I > .
recita at St. Michael's man said. “They are in rear killed and an unspecified n Prime Minister Clement R. Attlee,
Cathedral tonight. \ Asics ui =" ; aetna SF “™~l nominal Party leader, still 1
areas.” ber . arrested, : nal Party leader, still ho d
‘The. poloiots inplaas Mrs. The spokesman would not com- _ The attempted coup against the ate te wy seats on the; 37 i
H. St. C. Tudor and Mrs. || ment further, three-man Junta government, was The ' Cases RerL cg * the a
John Kirton (sopranos) and However, other authoritative clamed on members of the out- Board ata ee iets 2 ‘ d
Mr. Bruce St. John (Bari- || SUurces said that Russians besides jtawed Democratic acting party! Dalton were Wilson and Crossman
tone) with Bandsmen Walker || ™2nning anti-aircraft guns are j “nd the Communist party. Wilson President of the’ Hoare: of
and Lovell of the Police || %¢¢ded for administrative supply] SEN, RICHARD NIXON, Republic a1 vico-presidontial candidate, is |. The Junta has ruled Venezuela| ‘peade in Attlec’s lute Labour Gow.
Band as instramentalists, and advisory positions, pee as he appeared on television sets throughout the nation to eee poner 1948, id ernment quit the Cabinet to join
Oe 1A surity Officer | @%Plain the controversial fund issic. Speaking from Los Angéles, ; ny communique said} Rey; rotesting Britain’s ‘re- i
The treble soloist of the PB at Neb: SLOee Ri Ny Van he said there was nothing wrong ‘a his use and disposition of the | that the coup originated at Boca scrhantant Semana ee 14
Cathedral Choir K.. Law- the ‘Allies, t ae ie ‘4 tea °| fund. He left to the Republican Netioual Committee the decision ag | Pe! Rio airforce base in the state ‘
rence will be hedrd | ‘Caugasians” ir ie sca. to whether he should\remain on the GOP ticket as running mate to o aor ee THe alleged rebel The defeat af Morrison fuses es
a } ° Z pry wetetial). eader escaped but his second in{ partieularly bitter blow tor Attlee
Same, T am Alpha ‘and | before he went over to the United Gen, Dwight Eisenhower (Range tts e ) command Sea aAeasahaianaDe fie has Yong been considered heir
: ‘ | Nations side. The Red officer said apparent to Attlee as leader of
m The rene = _ |he could not be sure they were . the Party and was ge ae "
ramme, ’ — ; Russians but he said the men he e € . - % garded as an election strategist
Hudson’s anthem “There Calne cakes ; anticatrars * Morris served as Deputy Prime
wag war in Hiceven?â„¢ come ||S2N,were, nealing anti-aircraft enda Poi ALLDEL | TOURIST TRADE | \"00 res os Bowe Pe. )
aise see Arn > | positions. B Council, Chancellor ‘7 ane —
rons, estival 0 St. || A report from London said 4° KE chequer and Labour Leader in the
Michael and All Angels. | however, that the British Ministry fe NEFITING Commons in various Attlee Gov-
€ : |
The *‘prédvaitim ts the j}of Defence and Foreign Office | ernments Dalton also wa sa
best of ie kind abrenged | ioeaewd ae sali ll BARBADOS | perenne ee
Tuesday of the presence of Rus- | ot Ww
locally for many years and |) -- elas ry: ° : | The Left Wing victory repres
he sian troops in Korea as reported Barbados is uerivi : ter- | ~“t the g t |
ihe public look forwar ent a WwW x ng consider ,ed the gravest challenge yet by
evening of fine ee by Eighth Army sources.—U.P. as oO een ] e ab.e benefit from the tourist in- Bevan's follower i Attlee’s
ment, | dustry as can be seen from the | leadership
7 THE Agenda for the Ninth Congress of the Incorpor-'4mount of American as well as I rhe Bevanites stand for a cut-
T Wi ated Chambers of Commerce of the British Caribbean|C@madian dollars in addition to aack in re-armament, a nev
The fellow s ices wi U.N ill H ; ; ; a is ead mgs i ‘a roach to Russia, and adm
ie a ake ce el NX. CaP | which will be held in Georgetown, British Guiana from the ai te ae ae been pour of Red China to’ United Nadiens
Cathedral today: — nd 20th to the 23rd instant has ow been fixed. On Wednes-) "4 check with Mr. H. H. Hart trade with Communists and moré
i day t the Barbados Delegates to the Congress will be} cyr, . . H. HH, Hart, vationalization of British indus#
1.15 a.m. Holy © i ay nex e ar ac Os éleeates j Oo 1€ ongress w Currency Control Officer yesterday tries Significantls ;
Pewee (Colpetite Oot | briefed at a meeting of the (¢ouneil of the local Chamber. |revealed that this money from the pia ge meaty the Se aeaeee
= oe . 3 NV é s 1e 6seats t
midinion ye Siacine | Peace Plans he Barbados delegates are dic to leave on the 17th of the|hard-cyrrency areas has been in- sought, The sole survivor of the
and Sunday School |} month. creasing steadily every month es- Left Wing sweep was James G:
Teachers). i et aa ee mMpwenty-seven” items “dite “yet-} pecially in the-ease of Bolivares fiths: -vetetars nd “poy
8.00 p.m. Organ Recital (in UNITED NATIONS, ° {down on the agenda for the mect-{which have shown great _im- lar with all sections of the Part :
Sid'of Choir Funds, ecurone sek ie Re ublican l{o¢ which will be held under the|provement during the month of | | Delegates cast the vote of the i
Admission by Pto- Informed sources said that Sec- Pp |catronage of His Excellency, the | August, | ‘entire groups of Party member:
gramme). retary of State Acheson may go e’ | Hon, J. Gutch, Officer Adminis-] Figures for the month of July jthey represented. Bevan polled
_Lefore the United Nations Federal Cam, i] nN ‘Ts ing the Government of British}and August are as follows :-— |the largest vote than he has fot
j Assembly soon after it convenes , / 8 | Guiana, Chairman of the meeting several years with 965,000, Ther
P e eye juice, be lay ota ee eae 9 |! be Hon, R. W. Youngman, mie Canadian be order came red-haired Lefi
|proposals aimed at breaking the U rb bli Seitddnt of onthe orporated dollars — dollar Rolivares ing television forum star M
rince Philip {orean situation deadlock. n Ceara Ce Chamber F anne aan joaaee athe HG Jarbara Castle W ith 868,000, Lett.
. | .The report came in the wake High on the agenda for the oT ial si wing journalist Tom Briberg with
} an a 2 sCcOW 4 5 inois : ’ Seal | 74a triffiths " (
Ranks Next fhat the Govier Focdign Minister SPRINGFIELD, aes | onsideration of joe eng is The total amount of tourist Mr. HAROLD WILSON Li H weiigee Pavol " Wils © aia
ae dual: Andrei Vishinsky will head a Governor Adlai E. Stevenson j{ndjies Trade ¢ Marien ian ao : me vada: Width he she. | 832,000 and Left-wing newspaper
To H.M. Queen high powered delegation to the) addressing the nation in a telev | eote shapalld br on bans Lola ges ey gealees; s0ai02 ayy Se ae ee ere columnist R. H. S,. Crossman
; Assembly See et is possibly. to) sion fireside chat, criticised the Re- } | chambers, and following this} Canadian dollars att i 515.011| The Trade Unions Co-operatives | “ ith 620,000 i
li unch a new “peace offensive publican Party and Gen. Dwightithe Congress will consider the | Bolivares a. ee und Women’s Divisions of the —U.P.
LONDON, Sept. 30. for propaganda purposes, Eisenhower for conducting |henefits, if any, derived by the} During th an “ee Party earlier elected eighteen
The Queen declared that her| Governments of 15 Western!national “campaign that’s ur continuation of the Olle end Date nme oe e past three months, other members, almost all of them os
ausband the Duke of Edinburgh | nations with troops in Korea have} pearable.”’ j ee et abate tinel eg arb many enezuelans had _Vvisited moderates Attlée as Leader of 40 B l . O t
will henceforth hold “precedence |} been conferring for more fhan The Denioeratic Presidential '4 i af-ieee " a the island and they in addition to|\\,. Parliamentary Branch of the} ‘ U garrans nl :
next to Her Majesty’. 4 month in an attempt to reach 4] 1 ominee flew to Chicago last nigh paper Bric pera | nationals of other countries Ily-|party and Arthur Greenwood as ‘Th: 4 + *
Tr aa formula ay bringing the a for his radio and television repor rhe Congress will also consider|img in Venezuela had enjoyed Party Treasurer, complete the l rial For Spying
a The prrece of the Duke to ae be ore ae Voie 4“! to voters. Defending his action ir |the effect of G.A.T.T. in relation | bringing their families here dur- | Committee.
Bitch be two position in the, tions in a new light.-U.P. presenting key state employees|to Imperial Preference, ag well as\ing the long summer vacation The results of the local Party LONDON, Sept. 30
ay ghee making PRE etines | : with monetary gifts, Mr. Stevem-| the desirability of adopting Com-| period. elections announced at the open-| Sofia Radio reported the open-
Consort That is the title daviced | 4 ae son said “I have no explanation{mon Customs Classification for}, They seemed not only to like|ing of the second day of the} ing of the public trial of 40 Bul- ;
a century ago by Queen Vietoria | o Ge or for the methods I used except that|the British Caribbean. the island as a holiday resort bu‘ }annual Party Conference here] garians including a Roman Cat
for Consort Albert. Prince Philip | . I had no other”. | Next in order of priority is the | for its educational facilities. Many |nevertheless created a sensation, | cl'c Bishop and 27 priests accused
is expected to get it before the | K O ~ He reserved most of his 36) question of steamship passenger} of them had already placed their |Rounds of applause greeted the] of spying for the Vatican “in pre
Queen’s Coronation next June 2 XC ement minutes on the air to a solemn) facilitie between the United/ children. at various schools here |#Mnouncement and Attlee forces] paration for an imperialist’s wai }
i , indictment of the Republican}Kingdorm and the British Carib-| where they will have the oppor- sat in silence and consternation. against the Soviet Union.
2 . . stdin: . of s i Thea * acer ” -
The nes eee in the om- | WASHINGTON, Sept. 30. rar Set eee. one a nat 7 oa ' abolitior va bulk ey of Iearning English which
cial London Gazette said the} General Walter Bedell Smith}°" eevee te, NEEL oe |is most essential to-day

Queen by warrant dated Septem-
ber 18 declares and ordains that
the Duke “shall henceforth upon
all occasions and in all meetings
except where otherwise provided
by Act of Parliament have, hold
and ehjoy place of pre-eminence
and precedence next to Her
Majesty.—(C.P.)



Gen. Naguib Hailed At

Wafd Party

Stronghold

By WALTERS COLLINS

CAIRO, Sept. 30,

Egyptians underlined their support for Premier Mo-

hammed Naguib on Tuesday

as cheering crowds welcomed

him in Saman Noud, the home of the Wafdist leader Mus-
tafa El Nahas whose alliance Naguib’s government has

unsuccessfully sought.

Thousands of shouting,

laughing Egyptians broke

through police and army cordons to surround Naguib’s cat

as the Premier who made a

speech swung through lower} Begins Four-Week Dom Republic

Egypt and entered Saman Noud.

Wafdist newspapers in Cairo
which have attacked Naguib for
his demands that the party be
purged, admitted today
welcome .in Nahas’ hometown is
one of deafening enthusiasm”. —

Political observers in Cairo
however awaited with 1
terest his speech at Sazagig, capi-

tal of Sharkia Province, later)
tonight Sazagig was headquar-
ters of the Egyptian terrorists.’ :



Egyptian politicians rallied whole
heartedly today behind Naguib’s
statement yesterday that there
was no room for party squabbles
while “foreign troops” remain on
Egyptian soil

The tumultous welcome accord-
ed the 52-year-old soldier-Premier
in Saman Noud, always Wafd
stronghold is taken a further
evidence that the Egyptians ar
prepared to put party strife
aside and concentrate on a solu-
Suez

tion of the Anglo-Egyptian



that his}

great in-|

Viscount Astor
Dies At 73

CLEVELAND, OHIO, Sept. 30.









Viscount Astor, 73-year-old
husbar of Virginia born Nancy
Astor, died his home after a
week’ i ss Waldorf Astor,
second Viscount Astor, was born
in N York and before he suc-
ceeded to his father’s title, was
elected to the House of Commons
five times

He was one of Britain’s best
know! portsmen. His country
é here was the meeting place
f S list Cliveden set” of
pe other influential
B I before World
W

Cliveden” fo a time was
S mou ppeasement of!
Hitlerite Germany and Mussolini- |
Astor denounced
I ¢ eden ¢s
Y V
g u de
-U.P,

| se
& the Society.—C

said he cannot understand ‘why
anyone should get excited” about
his statement that there probably
are some Communists in the Cen-
tral Intelligence Agency of which
he is a director.

Gen. Smith who unwittingly
tossed a bombshell into the politi- | 5%
cal campaign yesterday, sought
to calm the furore by assuring
the publie that any Reds who may
have infiltrated his agency are in
minor jobs where they cannot do

iy “serious harm.”

He emphasised that no Com-
munists have aetually been “de-
tected” and said that the abence|
takes “extreme even fanatical”:
precautions to keep them out. He
said “but I am certain that in this
widespread organ:zation there is

|beund to be Communist etra-

tion somewhere along line.
I would be silly, foolish and un-
worthy of public trust if I acted
on any other assumption.”—U.P.



Gen. Eisenhower '-

not to men’s mind

He said “a campaign directed | purchasing by Territorial OV=
j

and prejudices, is un-|
best. Now with the
stake, it i
no time for

Jarbado: will also ask the
Congress to “request the granting
of all British Caribbean Govern-
ments of landing rights to all

om page 5

at

This is
ich talks.”—U.P.





Czech Official Seeks

Asylum In U.S.A.

UNITED NATIONS, New York, Sept. 30,
Dr. Ivan Kerno 61, of Czechoslovakia who quit last week
as United Nations Secretsry General for legal affairs.
turned his back on his Communist ruled homeland to re-
main in “this great and free country of the United States.”
Diplomatic observers considered Dr. Kerno’s decision
as the most important defection among high-ranking Iron



Curtain diplomats in recent years,
ae ' . Dr, Kerno an intimate of Jan
. | Masaryk and Undersecretary of
Asks State in the Government of

Eduard Benes announced his de-

a Y W ¢icision in denunciation of the
Campaign Today ForB. I. Labourers (377) otis coup which seized
= Czechoslovakia from the Benes

NEW YORK, Sept. 30, Enquiries hove been made o!}regime in 1948
General Dwight " Bisenhawer | ti¢ Governments of Barbados, the! “hr Kerno said he planned to
with an excursion into the deep eS ee fd. ee lremain with the United Nations
outh, will open a gruelling four-| i.” pritish Charge d’Affaires, |CYem, though he voluntarily re-

week campaign trip to-day which









Cuidad Trujillo, as to the pos

linquished his post. as Assistant to





val ake im trom ase fo gests [biley ‘ot reorutiog labour ‘or tnc\Serretary, General Trygve Lie
Baa Sugar industry in the Dominican | eee. the United Nations nee
T e opening of the final drive| Republic. Dr. H. G. Cummins, |) pational ‘Lae Cortihisaion on
for Gen. Eisenhower will come late M.C.P., Barbados, will pay a ni obler of refugees and state-
aah whee ce spe ks from thei visit to Cuidad Trujillo on the ‘ i of ae Pa ’
steps of the State capitol building October with a view to a prelirr “ - 4 We dian cl duels in Columbia, South Carolina inary. egquity into this matter. ae sigaetan.-3 eeiemanats
‘General Eisenh will begin| Major E. H. A. Grell, Labou countries where international
TONER Sea wes #2.) Commissioner St. Kitts-Nevis, wil!| questions are of paramount im-

his last major pre-election swing
with the hopes of his aides at all
ime high.—U.P.

Princess Royal To
Visit Trinidad

ONDON




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Sept.

30.
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be visiting Cuidad Trujillo at the| portance. After six years with the
same time, accompanied by Mr.| United Nations I plan to remain
F. C, Catchpole, O.B.E., Labour/here in this great and free coun-







Adviser to the Comptroller for|try—the United States—and con-

Development and Welfare tinue to york on international
problems.”

+ sFeTRron ‘ Kerno was the third top line

KING FEISAL A GUEST OF Czech in recent years to Seathnel

co F 'Prague’s Red regime and to seek

DOWAGER OU EEN MARY (sanctuary here. Jan Papanek

chief representative to U.N. for

LON yy? ¢ ri vakia in 1948 denounced

I K E 1 cour it oc-

RB r f jimier

r¢ i hief of the Czect

he Dowager Queen M t | del tion to U.N. resigned and

er Mariborough House re cer Washingjon for political



colours to

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{
: |
aii | r
¢ of ling
nvitedie
to pre-| by
branch jh

U.P. | asylum.—U.P,

and to their | ernments and the United Kingdom |
best instincts, but to their passions, Government.

emotions
‘worthy
fate of the nation at
unbearable.

, entire commercial world



"They're everything

Crown Coun sel
Fined £50 |T look for

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Sept, 30

Harold Reginald Ballysingh,
47-year-old Senior Crown Coun-
sel for Jamaica and former Acting
Solicitor General for the colony
was found guilty at Birmingham
Quarter Sessions today of stealing
four articles from the counters of
a large Birmingham store. He
was fined £50 and ordered to pay
£50 costs,

The case had opened on Satur-~
day when Ballysingh had pleaded
“not guilty” to the charge of
stealing a box containing — six
cocktail glasses, a brass ash tray,
« plpesmoker’s knife and a rub-
ber cushion, total value of which
was 35/-.

R, C. Vaughan, Q.C., prosecut-
ing said that Ballysingh conducted
u “determined raid” on the count-
ers of Lewis’s in Birmingham. He
took the articles concerned one
by one when the shop assistants’
backs were turned and secreted

ce ee

“Bat seldom find, except in
du Maurier, I suppose you
mean. But what exactly do
you look for in a cigarette?”’















“Flavour—which cay
only come from tobacco
that is rather special,
Then, of course, perfect ’
smoothness —which means
a comfortable throat.”

them in his pocket or under his| .. ¢

raincoat, Unknown to him two Coolness too? Well, that’s
gore cetacthres were watching} seem to by the du Maurier filter
tiken. the articles were peing | tip. And no bits of loose tobacco

Vaughan later went on to refer |
to distinguished witnesses in-|!
cluding Judge Herbert Allen of
Jamaica who had testified that
Pallysingh was held in high re-
gard, That evidence was accepted
by the Crown. “Nothing I will
say will seek to detract from the
fact that this man is of high re-|
pute and character” continued:
Vaughan. But after referring to
the fact that Ballysingh had £89

in the mouth—filter tip again.”

“ Yes—all that. D'you know, this



on him when er we re du Maurier filter tip is just about
nad been accused of the trifling : , .
theft of articles worth a mete the finest idea for improving a
35/-. Vaughan said “I submit the smoke that I've ever come across.’
conclusion is irrefutable, that
whatever this man’s position and
character may be he had that >
day stolen these four articles. Smoke to your throat's content

Ballysingh who on Saturday
had become distressed while giv-!
ing his evidence denied he had; du ‘ MAU D ! © D
eve stolen anything from the}
tore. He had bought the glasses, }

! r and the ash tray d

totally untrue to say he haa| FHE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE sane Wi enceas

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e held Friday 3rd
H Ward, Secretary
kin
from the
i tribuarte
of thi rganisa-
ime be f great
en n the Id over

Son and Heir
AND MRS. C. O. GILL of
Hatdon Court”, Black Rock,
proud parents of a son and
The happy event took place
d mother and babe

Mi"

e dome
Mrs, Gill is the former Miss
Pauline Inniss, a former pupil of
Queer Colle and daughter of
sie’ Inniss of Upper

Rock





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Cr

Back to Trinidad

, EON J L MATTHIEU-

IK -PEREz, Chief Justice of

iidad, was among the intransit

engers from” Jamaica to

dad soy B.W.I.A, over the
kend.

1 H. O. B. Wooding, Q.C., of

home b)
after paying

inidad, returned
W.lAston Sunday
short visit here.

I



NULLITY AND DIVORCE

Do You Understand what Precisely is the Distinction?
CANON DUDLEY SYMON

Ihe @Stinction between “null-
ity” and #‘divorce” must be maae
plain =

To pit it simply, nothing that
happer after marriage can be
grounds~for ‘nullity;” it relates
onlv the conditions under

oe
to

160fe sa eced

Vor

wider eye
marriage
like

—~ omteaned into,
isa ‘‘contract,”
any other contract, there





must be. certain terms without
yhich it loses its validity.

rhe refusal to consummat«
the marriage is not, in Canon

Law, a ground for nullity; inca-

pacity to do so, is,
Phe Case Of Jane

Whether the grounds of nullity
hould be extended to cover other

factors than those already exist-
ng “is certainly arguable.
“Tf,’ as Sir Alan Herbert says,

“Jane has insanity in the family,”
and has never revealed the fact to
John, it is plausible that the mar-

ige- should be annulled on the
ensible grounds that if John had





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f blackened grass, ‘* Oh please
come and see this, too,’ he calls
The grass is growing and. there
ire even flowers that I'm sure

ere not here before.’’ But the



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in i t Mr. Samy i
ent of Trinidad
Journalists Return
Me H. CHAMPION and Miss
i h R. Bicknell, Journalists, who
had been paying a short visit to
Barbados returned to England
by B.W.I1.A./B.0.A.C, via Jamaica

the weekend,

Soent Seven Weeks

ISS MARJORIE BLACKMAN,
District Welfare Officer,
back home from Trinidad

spent seven weeks’
her brother and
Mr. and Mys. Roger

e

N

now

sre she
with
la\

slackman.

Twenty-first Birthday

ere
oliday
ister-in

G* Saturday night Mr. and
J Mr Barry Springer held a
party at their residence, The Iv)
in honour of their daughter

Ermie who celebrated her twenty-
first birthday.

Many relative
present to wish
returns and the
future

and friends
her many
very best

were
happy
in the

by

known this he might
married her.

But it is quite a different situa-
tion if he knows all about it and
aurees to take the risk, though
Sf Alan, lke most of our re~
formers, thinks that the words
“for worse” should be removed
from the vows!

The marriage vow, according to
Sir Alan, should probably run as
follows: “I, John, take thee, Jane
(providing no grounds for nullity

not have

shall subsequently be found to
exist), for my wedded wife, to
have and to hold from this day

henceforth, for better only,
ject to all the
divorce that are at present,
may hereafter be provided,
Act. of Parliament.”

The Line
And what a vista of sentimen-
tality, muddled thinking, and the
complete degradation of marriase

sub-
opportunities for

by

ting Adventure—42 —



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farmer calls him back.

vefore,”” he says in a_ strange
voice, ** Did you say a Chinaman
gave you that spray? Well, look
what I've found, There are
peaches growing on the elm tree
and grapes on the oak. These
marvels aré quite beyond me!"’



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is opened up by the words that
Sir Alan quotes with approval:
“Divorce is a release from mis-
fortune.”

He will say, no doubt, that the
kind of “misfortune” he contem-
plates is unfaithfulness, blatant
cruelty, and the like: but where
is he going to draw the line, and

who entitles him to draw one any-

way ?

It may be a far smaller “mis-
to have

fortune” for qa woman
married an unfaithful husband
than a consistent'y mean one.

The Baby

It is becoming
house (or quarter-or three-quar-
ter-way) between
conception of marriage and that
of a contract terminable at will
by either of the parties concerned.

After all, my “misfortune” may
be quite obvious during the

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HOLLYWOOD, California,

Sept. 30.
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|revealed Tuesday. Hospital at-
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| alarming”.

Cantor’s physician pointed out
however, that “any heart ailment
potentially is serious” although he
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week for a “thorough rest and
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1, 1952







The Home and Family
ISS DOR A_IBBERSON,
CBE. Social Welfare

Adviser for Development and
Welfare in the West Indies re
turned to the island over the
weekend after paying a four-day
visit to Trinidad.




*«

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

For Wednesday, October 1, 1952



| RE-OPENING THURSDAY



|
Miss Ibberson addressed a pubs | ‘ . :
- » aus ; ARIES —Stars in favourable aspect for proposi-

‘he meine — pee ® march 21—April 20 tions within your sphere of ability. Take *

Committee. She also attended things carefully, don’t try en than you CLOSED FOR STOCKTAKING TODAY,
the Conference on the approadh: to can do. Be moderate, sensible. *

*

—Slow down, stop driving y
will accomplish as much and e
health, Efforts in dealing with the public
should advance.

work and organisation of Home
and Family Week.

The Home and Family Week
Committee consisted of represen-
tatives of all the Protestant
denominations,

Girls’ Club Sale
es Bay Street Girls’ Club will
hold a sale this afternoon at
5.00 o’clock at the Club Room,
Bay Street. It is hoped that the
public will give their support and
so help a worthy cause.

There is an annual appeal for «x
funds for the running of these
* July

ourself; you WEDNESDAY

be in better J

*

—By yielding only to intelligent a vice
you can hasten good action, improve plans.
Once set, push forward in. your intelligent, *

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conserve it wisely. Excellent day” for
everyday duties. Be urged to standardize
high quality of work.

Tune 22—July 23



Clubs which takes the form of a
raffle which now is in progress.
This club means a lot to the girls
and provides them a_ healt
atmosphere in their leisure hour#.
The articles for sale consist of
work done by the girls and boys

—Inspiring opportunity for professional
and business activities, if you watch
economics. Only cover an area where you
can operate without stress. ;

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* LIBRA —Should you find disturbing elements,
Sept. 24—Oct. 23 don’t back down. They can be countered
x by your natural talents. P.M. especiaily » AL WAY
favours personal a? ong A
*« SCORPIO —Indications point to new gains for both
Oct, 24—-Nov, 22 business and personal matters, Don’t be
timid taking on what seem big leads or
honeymoon and if there are any x tasks.
children the Welfare State will e
look after them, SAGITTARIUS - you can make considerable headway;
’ Sir Al k Nov. 23—Dec. 22 unexpected surprises likely, Don’t let doubt a
I expect ir gn knows or pessimism cloud clear vision, good com- Orr

Shaw’s play “Getting Married,”
when two couples settle down to
draw up a _ reasonable kind of
contract and find that it goes all
to pieces in the attempt.

mon sense.

*

—Be on guard that personalities don’t
conflict with plans and action. Promote
your ideas, but avoid excesses, Be yourself! x

* * *
*

—You may receive benefits through past

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CAPRICORN i
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That, it seems to me, is what
Sir Alan Herbert and his friends
are doing with marriage. Their
intentions are of the best and their
charity is undoubted, but the
baby, who is already, thanks to
them, half way out of the bath,





*
x

AQUARIUS ;
Jan ee 20 400d deeds, investments, astute plans.
Closer personal attention to your work

and business will increase profits, Romance

rates,
* *

Wh Seen re with the rest x » yes —Sane optimism essential. If understand DUCHIESS OF IDAHO
of the water. . 21—- i ; 2 ii
cin lawyer com- ee oe nn oN, you gan advance in many * Lena Van Esther Eleanor Jubileers
ments: Readers should note Spieahie Gnd tees eee cue a8 HORNE — JOHNSON — WILLIAMS — POWELL — QUARTET
that Canon Law is not the same *« i: interested: in effort, — AND —

as Statute Law in that it is the
law of the land that wilful re-
fusal by etther spouse to con-
summate a marriage is ground
for a decree of nullity.

—L.ES.

YOU BORN TODAY: will make noteworthy sacrifice for
others, are level-headed (highly prized fn emergenpies) ,
Libra is guided innately by noble motives, and records show
an imposing list who have achieved in remarkable ways for
good of others. You work, think best in harmonious surround-
ings. Don’t express feelings too bluntly! This is the birth- 4
date of many noted reformers and artists, :

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1952





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

HOUSE DISCUSS MAUDE

@ from page 1
Section 2 reads (i) For the pur-
poses of local government the

island shall be divided into three
areas which shail be known as
the City of Bridgetown, the
Northern District and the Southern
District.

(2) the boundaries of the three
areas are set out in Part 1 in the
first schedule to the Act.

Speaking on the section Mr.
c. E. Talma (L) was not in favour
of having the lower part of Christ
Church — from Rendezvous Road
to the Garrison attached to the
City of Bridgetown. He said that
that was the rich part of Christ
Church which any part of the
island would be jealous about, —

He felt that the Maude Bill,
revolutionary as it was, should
have its limitations and there
should not be any attempt to in-
fringe on the parish boundaries.

He said that it was very un-
fortunate that in the case of Christ
Chureh the most built-up area
which provided the revenue for
the Southern District ‘should be
taken away. By doing that, the
parish would be losing its entire
substance and would be left with
just a mere shell,

To divide the parish as such,
would mean that the Southern
District would be extremely poor
and they would have to go hat in
hand to the Governor-in-Executive
to ask for grants. He felt that
that should not be so and suggest-
ed that the whole of Christ Church
should be included in the southern

district.
Mr. Talma finally moved that
the first schedule be considered

along with section 2 which re-
ferred to it.

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) begged
to postpone further consideration
of section—two until such time as
they got to the Schedule. He
said that no harm could be done
if the entire section were post-
poned until the end of the Bill.

Some Justification

There was some justifiable op-
position to include the real income
bearing part of Christ Church in
the metropolitan area. When the
Bill was first discussed, he strong-
ly opposed the proposal and was
of the same opinion that day.

He said that they would find
that the Central Government
would be compelled continuously
to make subventions to the south-
ern district in order that the same
standard of parochial administra-
tion which obtained in the lower
half would be possible in the
upper half.

There was no reason why the
built up area of Christ Church
should be tacked on to the Muni-
cipality and the undeveloped part
be attached to the poor rural
areas proposed. That provision
wonld only make for the division
of the same parish into two dis-
tinet parts, the haves and the have
nots and At was bound to lead to
considerable ill feeling on the part

of residents in the upper area
when parochial administration
failed to provide them with
similar amenities as those which
obtained in the lower area.
“Christ Chureh is the only

parish in the island in which the
sort of affair obtains that one half
is highly developed with tax
potential comparable with that
of the metropolitan area and the
other half is as pauperised as any
of the other rural parishes.”
What has happened was that the
publie baths and parks as well as
the number of scholarships and
the generally high standard of
parochial administration which
the lower half would have in eon-
jungetion with the Municipality
of Bridgetown, would be denied

: the upper part.

No Harm
He said that no harm could be
done if the entire parish of Christ
Church were to remain as_ part



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and parcel of the southern dis-
trict. He had always been op-
posed to the suggestion as con-
iained in the first schedule of the
Act and therefore moved that
further’ consideration of the sec-
tion he postponed until they came
to the scheduie,

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) seconded
the motion made by .the honour-
able senior member for Christ
Church. He said that 300 years
ago the parish boundaries of the
island were delineated and before
then there were not even eleven
parishes. Some of the areas had
changed from time to time. He
spoke of Speightsiown as being
the seat of millwnaives of Barba-
Gos at one Lime aid Suttle Street
us the residence of some of the
Big merchants of Bridgetown.

He said that they were not pass~
ing the Bill merely to deal with

Christ Churth that day; Sk
John Maude in his report had
recommended that boundaries

between St. Michael and Christ
Church be changed thereby in-
cluding that part of Christ Church
which the senior member for that
parish termed jhe revenue bearing
part.

What Sir John had done for
Barbados he had already done for
Great Britain. He had recom-
mended the change of areas in the
U.K. for parliamentary purposes
and the last elections there, were
run on the changed boundaries
due to Sir John’s Report.

He reminded honourable mem-
bers that they would not neces-
sarily have to go hat in hand ask-
ing the Governor-in-Executive
for grants-in-aid as Governmen
was well aware that they would
have to assist.

He said that he had risen to se-
cond the motion made by the hon-
ourable senior member for Chris?
Church as he felt that it was the
proper time to deal with the

schedule.
Be Careful

Mr. E, D. Mottley (E) said that
they should be careful in dealing
with the schedule beeause it would
appear that unless it was proper-
ly delineated, No Man's Land
would be left out between the
Bridgetown border and the north-
ern area,

Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) said
that he was quite willing to ac-
cept the motion made by the
honourable senior member for
Christ Church to deal with the
first schedule along with clause
two of the Bill.



From what the member for
Chrtst Church was saying, they
were going to take away the

wealthy part of Christ Chureh
and attach it to $t. Michael, there-
by pauperising the southern area.
He however reminded him and
other honourable members as the
Leader of the House had already
pointed out, that in many of these
schemes the Government knew
very well that they would have to
make grants where necessary in
order to improve the amenities of
the district.

Mr. Talma (L) on resumption
moved certain amendments to the
First Schedule in regard to the
Division of the areas to place the
whole parish of Christ urch in
the Southern District, because he
did not think the richer part of
that parish should be added to
the City of Bridgetown, leaving
the other half to “go with hat in
hand” to the Governor-in-Execu-
tive Committee asking for Grants-

in-aid.
Saw No Reason

He saw no -veason why City
politicians should look enviously
at the richer part of Christ Church
as a means of bolstering the econ-
omy of the City to the detriment
of the other part of Christ
Church.

He felt that if they left the
boundaries as they were, there
would be less cause for vexation.

Mr. W, A. Crawford (C) urged

that the municipality of Bridge. kn

town and the southern district

should be so divided that the lat-



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ter would be able to afford com-
parable standards without having
to come to the present govern-
ment for money or to any future
government. .

He foresaw the possibility of
the southern district, if it started
off as it was proposed in the
Schedule, being regarded as the
hinterland of Barbados, and
therefore expected to have stand-
ards of an urban Council.

He reminded the Committee
that po future government would
feel Yégally obligateg to help the
southern district to the same ex-
tent as the municipality of Bridge-
town which occupies the - lower
part of Christ Church.

He supported Mr. Talma’s con-
tention that the parish of Christ
Chureh should remain as it is
now, and seconded the motion to
amend the Schedule to this effect,

Lost

The amendment was however
lost on an 11—6 majority. The re-
sult of the vote was as follows:—

Against the Amendment:— Mr.
E. W. Barrow, Mrs, Bourne, Mr.
Holder, Mr. Waicott, Mr. Adams,
Dr. Cummins, Mr. Cox, Mr. Wil-

liams, Mr. Haynes, Mr. Mapp,
Mr. Lewis.

For the Amendment:— Mr.
Talma, Mr, Crawford, Mr.

Vaughan, Mr. J. C. Mottley, Mr.
E. D. Mottley, Mr. Allder.

The Schedule was then passed
in its original form, and Clause
two of the Bill agreed to without
further comment

Section three which sets, out
the constitution of the municipal-
pi of Bridgetown as a Mayor and

Oorporation was passed without
debate.

Referring to Section 4, Sub-sec-
tion (1), Mr. Mottley pointed out
that as the subsection read,

eant that the City Council was
given power to elect a Mayor
other than angelected member of
the Council, and suggested that
the subsection should be amend.

so as to exclude “outsiders”
from the office of Mayor.

Mr. L, A. Williams, Mr. E. W.
Barrow, Mr. R. G. Mapp sup-
ported this view, and Mr. Barrow

d that while such a practice

tained in England and other
countries, it should not be the
ease here, and urged further that
the Mayor should be made “to
face the elections to the City
Council.”

Dr. Cummins (L) suggested a»
amendment to Subsection 4 of
Clause 4, fixing the salary of th
Mayor at $200 per month, with

an entertainment allowance of
$50 a month,

Divergence
There was a_ divergence. of
views. on this point, ang Mr.

Mapp urged that the salary should
not apply if the Mayor was ap-
pointed from outside the members
of the Council because he was
not in favour of “one cent of the
taxpayers’ money being spent in
such a manner.”

Mr. Adams (L) said he could
not’ remember-aft=the «matter of
the appointment of a person from
outside the Councillors had been
discussed in Executive Commit-
tee, and suggested that the section
should be postponed for a short
while so that he might cheek: his
notes.

He knew the practice in Eng-
land was such, but he could not
remember why the Bill was draft-
ed as it was.

There was a heated discussion
as to whether the mover of the
Bill had accepted the amendment
suggested by Mr. Mottley, or the
suggestion by Mr. Adams for the
Hostponement cf the Clause, and
Mr Mottley pressed for his mo-
tion for the amendment to be put.

The Chairman of Committees
intervened at this stage, saying
that he wanted to make his posi-
tion quite clear in the matter. He
new it as a custom, but he had
seen no rule to the effect, that
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He would however put the mat-
ter before the Committee for their
decision, The Committee voted
in favour of the postponement by
a 12 majority.

Voting for the postponement
were, Mr. Lewis, Mrs. Bourne, Mr.
Mapp, Mr. Barrow, Mr. Talma,
Mr. Holder, Mr. Bryan, Mr
Adams, Dr. Cummins, Mr. Cox,
Mr. Williams, Mr. Brancker.

Voting against were,- Mr. J. C.
Mottley, Mr. V. B, Vaughan, Mr.
J. A, Haynes, Mr. E. K. Walcott,
Mr, Crawford, Mr. Allder, and Mr
KE. D. Mottley.

The Clause was postponed, and
the following Clause (5) passed
without discussion.

Under Clause six the Commit-
tee considered the suggestion
contained in the recommendation
of the Select Committee that the
Deputy Mayor should be elected
at the same time as the Mayor, by
the City Council from among the
alldermen and Councillor of the
City, rather than be appointed by
the Mayor as was the suggestion
in the Original Clause of the Bill.

The Committee considered
further recommendation that the
Deputy Mayor, by virtue of his
office should be a Justice of the
Peace,

Dr, Cummins moved an amend-
ment to the recommendations of

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the Select Committee, and sug-
gested that the salary of the
Deputy Mayor should be at the
vate of $100 a month, with an

entertainment allowance of $50 a
month when he was carrying out
the functions of the Mayor,

Mr. Mottley questioned the
reasonableness of paying the
Deputy Mayor half the Salary of
the Mayor, and moved that the
salary should be the same, in. view
of the fact that the Deputy Mayor
would be asked to leave his hon-
orary position and perform all the
functions of the whole time officer,

Mr. Mapp pointed out that in
as much as the Clause dealing
with the salary of the Mayor had
beén postponed, the Clause deal-
ing with the remuneration of the
Deputy Mayor should also be
postponed.

Unanimous Vote

Mr. Mottley seconded the
motion for the postponement of
the section, and the motion was
carried by an unanimous. vote.

The Chairman of Committees
at this stage reported progress
and asked leave for the Commit-
tee to sit again,

At this stage the House adjourn-
ed for the Dinner interval.

CHANGE

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BILL

' 30 Arrested For
Conspiracy Against
Batista’s Regime

SANTA CLARA, Cuba, Sept. 30.

Intelligence Lieutenant Jose
Manuel Diaz said that thirty per-
sons were arrested as alleged con-
epirators against President Ful-
gencio Batista’s regime, ‘but were
all released late last night. There
was no official explanation for the
release of the suspects, two of
whom Were identified as former
Congressmen Cabezas and Oscar
Alvarado, reportedly the ringlead-
ers.

Diaz said suspects were arrested
in a raid on a ranch just outside
Santa Clara where they were
meeting to discuss a province-wide
“subversive movement.”

At the same time lice said
Maunel Antonio De Varona, ex-
President of the Senate under ex-
President Carlos Prio Socalas de-

wed by the Batista regime last

arch, Was the tenth arrested and
im, med for failure to appear
at trial on charges of incitin:
public disorder.

lt was not made clear immedi-
ately whether De Varona was co1\-
nected with the thirty alleged
conspirators released last night
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Fighting Flares Up
On Korean Froni

SEOUL, Sept. 30.
Fighting flared up all across the
155-mile Korean battlefront today,
On the western front avenging
United Nations infantrymen threw
a savage assault at Chinese Coim-
munists entrenched on Big Nort
mountain, \
Diehard Reds battered the allies
back with three fierce counter-
attacks. It was on Big Nori that
Greek troops were tragically de-
feated on Sunday by mistakon
allied air bombing.

On each front South Koreas
battled Communists and dug in on
an unnamed hill which ROK thi ad
division held yesterday. ROKS
launched an immediate counte: -
attack, but were beagen back after
fierce fighting.

Action also increased on t:!
eentral front east of Kumson;
where four Chinese platoons su)
ported by eight tanks attacked «© )
advanced United Nations positio :.

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BRITISH FILMS

AT a time when buying and selling in
the British Caribbean is subject to so many
controls imposed from London, the dis-
crimination against British Films in favour
of American is surprising. Why should
Barbados be compelled to buy certain
goods from the United Kingdom instead of
from European countries, while the island
is flooded with cheap American films?

Why should the British taxpayer have
to pay for the benefits wltich Barbados
obtains from the presence here of a branch
of the British Council, when the American
way of life is much more effectively pro-
jected on the screen?

The answer probably will be given that
the American films cost less. But why
should this answer suffice?

Barbados spends more money per head
of population on education than any other
British Caribbean territory. The educa-
tional system of the island is modelled on
the United Kingdom where the Director of
Education and many school teachers are
recruited. Yet despite an expensive edu-
cational system modelled on the British
pattern, the majority of the island’s school
children are more culturally akin to North
Américans of the Middle West or Southern
States than to the average British school
child.

How. does this seeming paradox come
about? Largely because of the influence
of the American cinema and the subsidiary
mitdertee of certain. American magazines
which do not cater for intelligent readers.

Is it not time that some action was taken
to diminish the American in favour of the
British influence and thereby complete the
educational system of the schools?

Despite the facile observations of a few
intellectuals who scoff at Barbadian loyalty
to the British Crown the average Barba-
dian is profoundly attached to the British
way of life as he or she understands it.

This understanding would be much
greater if instead of American films the
public were encouraged to see good British
films. Again the observation which jis
frequently made by superficial persons is
that the Barbadian cannot understand the
spoken words of the English actors and
box-office appeal. The complete reply to
such persons is provided by the remark-
able attendances during the showing: in
Barbados of that preeminently British film
Hamlet. The true explanation why British
films are so poorly attended in Barbados
is rather the failure of the local cinemas to
advertise all but the most outstanding Brit-
ish films effectively. When quite recently
the Rocking Horse Winner was projected
on a Bridgetown screen its advertisement
in the daily newspaper was lost amid a
score of competing film notices and no
reference was made to the fact that the
film based on a story by D. H. Lawrence.

Against such indifference British films
can hardly compete.. Yet the Rocking
Horse Winner if not the best film shown
in Barbados this year ranked very highly
among the films which were shown. Some
months ago another British film of some
merit Passport to Pimlico was shown with
another film as a double attraction. Surely
the British Council is failing to educate
the cinema proprietors of the British Carib-
bean! Until they can convert cinema
audiences from a love of the more ephem-
eral American films the British way of life
will always be less popular here than the
American. The British Council alone how-
ever cannot be expected to redress the un-
balance of the cinema which is now disad-
vantageous to the British film producers.
The local government ought to recognise
the role which the British cinema has to
play in the educational system of Barbados
and ought to take action which will
encourage the showing of good British
films. Merely passing legislation to en-
force the showing of a certain number of
British films with no attention being paid
either to selection or to advertisement will
not help to popularise British films nor to
make Barbadian film goers conscious of the
artistic merits of British films. Some effort
ought to be made by the educational
authorities to establish an advisory board
which will assist cinema proprietors to
select ‘and advertise British \films ade-
quately.



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LONDON

Britain has no fears today about the pro-
vision of suitable British aircraft for the
Empire trunk airlines, but there is some
cause for anxiety about the local and
regional services within the colones, said
Mr, Oliver Lyttelton, the Colonial Secre-
tary, speaking at a luncheon of the Air
League of the British Empire in London.

He said he wanted to see those services
operated by British aircraft, partly because



that would mean an increase in colonia
trade, but mainly because British aircraft
are the best and he wanted the colonies to
have the best. He appealed to the aircratft

industry to pay’ special attention to the

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At War With England

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Barbados was once at war with
England. This happened during
the Civil war, in 1651,

Charles I had been beheaded;
and England had become a Com-
under Oliver Crom-
well.

outbreak of this Civil
1649, many Royalists fled
new British colonies in

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these colonies,

lies; and after Cromwell took
control of the country, others did
the same, Some of them too,
vere sent out as slaves.

Naturally, these new colonies,
Bermuda, Virginia, Antigua and
Burbados, became loyal support-
ors of Chavles I, and refused to
recognise the Commonwealth.

But Barbados went even fur-
iher than this, and in 1650, pro-
claimed Charles II as their lawful
overeign.

In reprisal for the attitude of
Parliament pass-
ed a Navigation Act restricting
heir trade. Virginia yielded;
but Barbados persisted, having
received a proposal from Ber-
muda to enter into a league for
mutual protection, and to supply
‘he Bermudianhs with arms and

munition.

Meny intrigues and conspiracies



ow took place, Governor Bell
imself being suspected to be :
>-yliamentarian, as the followers
¢ Cromwell were then called.
Two brothers named Walround,
eaders of. the Royulist Party.

used Col. Guy Molesworth to
e banished from the island,
Round Head Plot?

Then they spread a report that
he Parliamentarians planned to
ize the magazines and kill all
qevalists. Excitement reached to
, great “height. Colonels Selby
ind Read advanced with their
-egiments towards Bridgetown 1h
cize the Governor.
Awakened by the alarm, he
-alled upon Col. Modyford to mus~
ert the Windward Regiment to
estore his authority. In one
ght alone, 1,500 infantry and
, savalry were raised.

op govatien prepared for battle.
va moment, it seemed that the
‘vil War of England had spread
© Barbados.

At this stage of affairs, Lord
Villoughby arrived, and gave
otice to Governor Bell that he

sad a commission from King
harles Il end the Earl of Carlisle
pointing him Governor of the
‘ritish West Indies.

Governor Bell was removed,
nd Lord Willoughby established
imself, First he called a meet-
, of the Legislature and got

m to acknowledge the sov-
-signty of Charles I. He then
eued a Declaration of Right in
hich he proclaimed that the
lonists were not to be governed
y a Parliament where they had
» representatives; and he refused
» close the harbours of the
Jand to Dutch i gn ag to
14h tion Act, for their co-
anne and assistance had
‘Anemmuch for the prosperity of
re colony.

Then he seized several estates
elonging to Parliamentarians, and
nposed heavy fines on them.
‘any of them fled to England,
ad reported the news to Crom-
ell.

Parliament immediately de-



A Challenge To A

The belief has become wide-
dread. that a Cataract must be
‘lowed to ripen before it can be
perated on, because it is the
ractice of those into whose hands
e his placed a surgeon’s knife
) operate only after one had been
jade to suffer the twilight of
. areblindness while awaiting
vat far-off-day that may never
:wn for vhe poor sufferer,

There are three techniques
vshich can be applied by the
vodern Cataract surgeon when a
agnosis has been arrived at that
ne.is really suffering from
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efore vision is seriously obscured,
ven the glandular treatment or
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spoused by some of the world’s
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» the meanwhile, the optometrist
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nd much need professional role
1 guiding the patient down the
imming corridors of time, guard-
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lieations of glaucoma, retinitis,
ptic atrophy etc. supplying
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m to put greater and greater
‘Tort into his visual function;
nd finaly maintaining by confi-
‘ence an emotional stability which
s necessary for successful surgi-
al treatment if the case still

oil

Our Readers

The St. Leonard’s
Secondary School

o the Editor, The Advocate;
SIR,—I have been goaded into
writing this letter, by the re-
marks of W. H. Carter in the
sdvocat of 23rd inst. I took
ay son along to the new school
Richmond last week, and I!
can only say that I was appa-led
at what I saw. I have searched
ny dictionary diligently for a
vord that would describe the
cene that presented itself to me
» Monday morning last week,
snd the only word that J] can
ind is ‘chaos’, It did not take a
vained observer to ste that the
chool was not in a fit state to
2@ opened. Mr, Carter is at pains
o point out that the workmen
had to be driven out of the
school on, the Friday before. Well,
xe speaks as one with authority,,
ind it is not for me to contradict
him; but TI must say that the
men whom I saw applying coats
of cream paint downstairs in the

chool building were marvellous
ctors, for the) certainly de-
-eived me into thinking that

| they were workmen,
If, as Mr. Carter states, the
chool has settled down to work

so nicely, then it is the good old

By Ralph Prince

lared the inhabitants~of Barba-
dos rebels and traitors to the Com-
nonwealth, and despatched Sir

xyeorge Ayscue with a large fleet
and a considerable number
soldicrs to reduce the island to
obedience,

Barbados Prepares

Meanwhile the Barbadians had
already heard the news,’ and
resolutely prepared for war,

Lord Willoughby made _ good
use of the loyalty of the inhabi-
tants; and not only did he strongly
fortify the whole island, but he
also raised a large army for its
defence. He equipped many ves-
sels as warships, and with these



he sailed to the other islands
under his government, and
organized their resistance.

Then returned to Barbados,
and waited for the. mig
England. oer ie

The English’ fleet arrived on
the i0th of October 1651, part
anchoring at Curlisle Bay, and
the remainder at QOistin’s Bay

At this time Lord Willoughby
Wes at an entertvinment about 12
miles in the countryside. In
fact, so lightly were these vessels
regarded that the Marshal of the



isl went olf in a rowboa
see who the strangers were, eae
immediately was made prisoner!
When Lord Willoughby returned
to Bridgetow: de manded the
Marshal’s lease; but was re-
fused.

Instead, Sir George Ayscue call-
ed upon him to surrender the
island to Parliament!

Lord Willoughby replied that he
knew of no supreme authority
over Englishmen but the King,
whose commission he held, and
for whom he resolved to keep
Barbados and the other islands
under his command.

Sir George’s reply was a fierce
bombardment of the castle. This
had no effect but a fiercer return
of gunfire from the shore.

He tried to land some of his

ne

re

2,000 troops, but could not, for
there were such strong forts all
around, and the forces were so

well placed along the shore, that
he found the operation too dan-
gerous to attempt,

Three weeks passed, The in-
vaders were still unable to land,
for the Barbadians held fast. The
Commissioners from Parliament,
who were on board with Sir
George, sent a proposal to them,
trying to persuade them to sub-
mit and to desert Lord Willough-
hy and his party. and promising
them full indemnity.

In reply, the Council and the
House of Assembly met on Novem-
ber 4th and promised the Governor
full support. They further set
forth their determination to de-
fend the island in the name of His
Majesty Charles II, 80 as to pre-
serve the liberties which they en-
joyed under the constitution,

Sir George Ayscue and his men
were amazed at this obstinacy,

Another offer of settlement was
made by the Commissioners; but
they met the same answer: Bar-
bados would be defended at all
costs!

This time hundreds of men
were landed at the main fort to
take it by storm; but they met

Methods

fy Neyille Schuler
0.0. D.Se.

turns out to be one that is not
amenable to non-surgical therapy.

(2) When vision is so obliterated
that the patient is threatened with
a deprivation of the capacity to
earn, especially as we see in the
case of accountants, then an
operation must be performed
immediately in order to save the
sufferer, not only from blindness,
but from losing his reason.

(3) When operation has
heen decided upon there are
several types to be drawn upon
depending on the surgeon's tem-
perament and skill. The latest
operation is to have a small plastic
lens put in place of the diseased
lens removed from the interior of
the eye during the operation, This
obviates the wearing of very
heavy and unsightly spectacles.

an

A logical and bractical method
of management of incipient Catar-
act is in order. Certain it is the
height of human folly and of
psychological mediocrity to tell
a patient that he or she has par-
tially formed Cataracts; that
nothing can be done; to wait for
the Cataracts to ripen; and then

Say:

so=

elementary school teacher who
has come to the rescue again and
pulls the chestnuts out of the
fire. It is obvicus that the whole
affairs has been badly messed up
Far too much of the tax-payers
money has been spent in this
scheme that was unfortunately
conceived and has been unhap~
pily born, I want te know what
we the parents of Barbados are
going to @o about it, Are we
going to continue to refuse to
tace facts? Are we going to sit
passively while some peopts
attempt to cloak these facts before
our very syes? Are we going tc
stand idly by and watch our
children sacrificed on the altar o
educational theory? I have been
waiting for our teachers to give
a lead; but though I respect thero
very much, it does seem as though
“Their’s not to reason why, their's
but to do and die.” I shudder t
think that the streets of this
beautiful island may one day rin
blood because of mass illiteracy
but are we not heading that way'
Every sensible person that I have
spoken to recently admits that we



need an enquiry into our educa-
n, but it seems that a
parents,
the
ick

tional syste
conc ed clamour by
teacher d legislators is
only thing that will do the tr
One more thing I must s:
Carter u give

urges to

ntiquated



such stiff resistance thet they had

to withdraw.
T'wo months had now gone, and
Barbados still held out.

& third overture by the Com-
missioners being refused, Sir
George sent for reinforcements
from Virginia.

When these arrivea, he ianded
an overwhelming force, driving
the defenders from their strong-
holds to a place called Port

Royal. The invaders soon cap-
tured the place, killing 50 and
taking 100 prisoners. Then they

burned many houses, and re-
turned to their ships as the town
was now untenable.

Col. Modyford and Lt. Coi.
Burch, senior officers of the
island’s forces, now carried on

intrigues with Admiral Ayscue.
They held a secret conference
ashore one night with Capt. Park,
Col. Drax and Mr. Raynes (one
of the Commissioners), and came
to an agreement.

Willoughby Refuses

As a result of this, on Jan. 6th
1652, Col. Modyford mustered his
regiment, consisting of 1,000 men
wnd 120 cavalry; and persuaded
them to stop fighting and recog-
nize the Commonwealth, The
articles agreed upon with the
Commissioners were sent to
Lord Willoughby for his com-
pliance.

He bluntly refused.

Col. Modyford’s house was now
made headquarters of the Parlia-
mentary forces. Admiral Ayscue

landed, and proclaimed .the
authority of Parliament over
Barbados.

Lora Willoughby, however, was
determined to fight to the end,
and marched with a force of 3,000
men against the enemy.

But other soldiers soon desert-

ed.

He thereupon held a Council
of War with his officers, A shell
struck the house where this was
held, and blew off the head of the
soldier on guard,

The enemy was now 80 close
that the defenders retreated 2
miles that same night.

Lord Willoughby realised that
with the small army he had left,

he could not resist the over-
whelming foree arrayed against
him.

So he sent a trumpeter to Ad-
mirel Ayscue, with a demand for
a treaty! This was immedjately
agreed to, an@ on January 11th,
1652, the Commissioners signed
“The Charter, of Barbados”.

By the articles contained in this
charter, Barbados recognized the
Commonwealth of England, while
the colonists were to retain all
their liberties. Lord Willoughby,
who had been impeached by Par-
liament, was restored to all his
rights in England, Barbados, An-
tigua, and Surinam, The inhabi-
tants of the islend were forgiven
for all acts committed during the
war; all a¥ghts' were remored)
end trade was declared to be “free

with .all nations that do trade
with England.”
These liberties, having been

thus placed on record, the resist-
ance of Barbados to England pro-
duced results that remain to this
day.





to have them removed by a now
antiquated surgical method,

The wearing of correct glass?s
during one’s lifetime is another
method of combatting this grave
ocular disorder. Burdon-Cooper,
Davis, Risley and others have
furnished irrefutable proof of the
influence of light, colour, and
what is commonly known as
evestrain in the causation of
Cataract. Faber Birren, a leading
psychologist in the U.S.A. makes
some slight reference to tne
writer’s work on Cataract in
British Guiana. He says on page
130 in his book “Selling With
Colour”, quote:

“It is also recognized that a
wretched seeing condition may
be an indirect cause of Cataract.
Dr. Neville Schuler states that
wiere the eyes are strained to
see, a bad train of happenings
may occur—alteration in the
secretory part of the ciliary body,
defective and deficient secretion,
nutritional troubles and finally
Cataract.”

Faber Birren himself agrees
that if our attitude seems to be
one of undue anxiety, certainly
it rests upon a desire to drama-
tize an important role. In this
case we dramatize the part that
the early detection and treatment
of Cataract plays in life rather
than we should subscribe to an
attitude of “do nothing” that is
both unreasonable and fatalistic.



where praise is due, and I agree
with him_ wholeheartedly; con-
sequently I say all praise to Mr.
Millar and his staff who seem to

have done a very difficult job very
well,

May I close with this quotation:
“You can fool some of the people
all the time; you can fool all of
the people some of the time; but
you can’t fool all of the people
all the time.’

ANXIOUS PARENT
Organ Airs

To the Editor, the Advocate
SIR,—I note with considerable
surprise the application to the
Vestry for £1,800 to provide an
extension to the existing Cathedral
organ, undoubtedly one of the best
in the West Indies, is a great asset
and possesses a wide compass as
an instrument, It would seem,
however, to be a matter of luxury
for this organ to be extended, and
for the Cathedral authorities to
expect tax-payers, who already
make an over generous contribu-
tion to the upkeep of the Cathe-
dral, to foot the bill can only be
described 24 an imposition, ~
Surely it is time that the Cathe-
dral congregation, already so
largely spoon-fed, should make it
its own business to raise the whole

of this extension fund. It is high
time that church people should
learn to stand on their own feet«

Yours faithfully,
“LAZARUS,”

_ WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1, 1952
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THE rundown, beat-up railway on which
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They let us patrons vote on colour schemes
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coloured ceilings, blue-green walls, and rust-
red aisle floors.

Oh, speed the day, speed the trains!
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SAD NEWS from Schenectady, New York
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1,

HOUSE PASS INCOME TA

No Increase Proposed Engin

THE House of Assembly yesterday passed without
comment a Bill fixing the rate of income tax ior the year

1952

1952 on the same basis as last year.
The rates are as follows:—



On every complete dollar of
taxable income up to
On every complete dollar of
taxable income beyond
do do do.
do. co do.
do do do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
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of 47 years

his duties.

and 7

Mr. George Leaves
Barclays Bank
After 47 Years

Mr. C. C. George, local director
of Barclays Bank (D.C, and QO.)
retired from that institution yes-
terday after serving for a period
months.
has been succeeded by Mr. G. G.
Money who has already taken up

$s 480 at 2%

$ 480 and up to$ 960 at 5
960



Death By

Misadventure

DEATH by misadventure was

cents

cents

do 1,920 at 10 «cents the verdict returned by a nine-
1,920 do. 2,880 at 15 cents man jury to His Worship Mr. G. B,
ao Soo at azn Cents Griffith, Acting Police Coroner of
4800 do. 2.400 at 37% cents District “A” when the inquiry
8,400 do 12,000 at 47% cents into the circumstances surround-
wat ae 24,000 ar os Sents img the death of 25-year-old Vin-

come before the

ing revenues for the next

He said he would not

honourable
that

but
see

tion,
would

He

Mr. George expects to settle in semember that the
Barbados where he resides at
“Uplands,” upper Christ Church.

On Saturday afternoon, Mr. ts
Money gave a farewell cocktail island could rae =
party at the Bank House, Pine Year in three, but that they

Hill in honour of Mr. and Mrs.
presentations were
made to them, subscribed to by
members of the staff of the benk’s
branches thoughout
West Indies, British Guiana, Nas-
sau and Belize, British Honduras.

Mr. George was born on June
at Asansol,
in England from 1892
1909 during which time he re-
education at

George when

30, 1887
lived

ceived his
school, Bruton,
worked in

ment of Messrs.
and Son from January 1905
He later joined
the Colonial Bank, now Barciays
Bank (D.C. and O.) in London

February 1906.

Somerset

the Banking Depart-
Cook

Thomas

on February 25, 1907.

Mr. George arrived in Jamaica
1909 where he
the bank’s branch
there before coming out to Bar-
bados on December 1,

on March 9,
worked with

also worked in Trinidad,
Vincent and St, Thomas until
July 1914.

He went home on

after some
England
August 13, 1914,
Mr. George

through

again

the British

India.

Sextys

1909.

long leave
on a German boat and arrived in
Hamburg, August 4, 1914, the day
World War 1 was declared, and
episodes,
Denmark

reached

served
Barbodos from 1915 to 1917, acted

three years.

every year

scheme
therefore

for development
to consider

He
wo

ation this year would remain
fame as it was last year, It
not mean that therefore in
rext five years,

and

to

in any particular category in
particular year.

In coming down with the
year plan, Government

schemes which might not

He

St. said that so that

members could understand

been saying

that they
awaiting the

Beasley

on

in
of income tax.

as Manager, St. Lucia from 1918

—1920, was
for the

Manager
Agent

local Director

yesterday.

From 1932 to 1947, Mr. George
Commissioner

was alco

B.W.I. from
was sub-Manager, Barbados, 1923,
1924—1923,
in New York from 1928-—
1931, and Manager, Trinidad from
1932-1947 when he
June 30, 1947 but was appointed
British
West Indies from that date until

Barbados,

Assistant Inspector
1920—1922,

in the

rency for Trinidad.



MAIL, NOTICES



! that everyone
‘ for St. Lucia by the M.V. Lady #ppreciate the fact that prepara- haemorrhage.
Joy will be closed at the General Post ae for a five-year-development
2 as unde plan, with the i -
Parcel Registered and Ordinary Mails ot I : b question of a one

10. a.m. todav, Ist

denia W

October, 1952
Mails for Trinidad by

the

Post Office as under:—

Parcel Mail at

October, 1952,

Mails for Dominica, Martinique, Guade.--
United Kingdom and France by
Colombie will be closed at the

loupe,
the S.s.

12 (noon),
and Ordinary Matis at 2 p.m. to-day, 1st

General Post Office as under:—

Parce! and Pegistered Mails at 2 p.m.
and Ordinary Mail
on the 4th October,

on the
at 9 a.m

Mails for st

3rd October,

retired on

of Cur-

Sch
will be closed at the General

Registered

1952
Vincent by the Sch. Bel

Should Not Interfere

come in with the

week, but until then, they
fere with the rates of
tax.

vide for the year’s business

he felt

five-year development plan which
would entail, not merely schemes
for expenditure during the next
five years, but schemes for rais-

years to cover the expenditure.

declare
what Government proposed to do
by way of fresh or added taxa-
members
with the five-
year development plan proposed,
Government had been careful t
last four drowning.

Must Consider Carefully
Therefore in formulating a plan ceased was a hard drinker,
for the next five years, Govern-
ment could never assume that ainbow M told the court that he
would produce n
bumper crop. Government in its ber 23 about 10 p.m. he was sit-

carefully
the question of taxation, and it '
was decided that the rate of tax-

the rate would
in any particular category remain
the same, or go up or go down ON £8 BOND

exactly the same as last year,

He said that Government would of
five-year-
scheme of Revenue and Expendi-
ture, probably within the next 27, was

It was true that it might be
suggested that the public who
pay income tax should know well
in advance what the tax propro-
sals of the Government were so
that they might be able to pro- of My Lords Hill, St,

would natural

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) who tock Centian engineer Hynford Paynter
charge of the Bill said that the W45 concluded yesterday.
zover’ > sed shortly to
Government ee tiene "aes a 2m engineer on the Schooner Rain-

The body of Paynter who was

N was found by the Harbour
Police floating in the Careenage on
September 25. It was fished out
and taken to the Public Mortuary.

Dr. A, S. Cato who performed
the post mortem examination on
the body of the deceased on Sep-
tember 25 said that the deceased
was dead for about 12 hours.

There was no fracture of the
skull but both lungs showed some
* small surface haemorrhages, In
© his opinion death was due to
Gilbert Marks, captain

five

years were perhaps exceptional of the Schooner Rainbow M said
in that statistics over the last that on September 23 he and
haif century have shown that the the deceased left the schooner

bad and went to Chapman's Lane and
had had some drinks. He left the de-

not had that bad year for the last ceased at Chapman’s Lane and on

September 24 he heard that the
deceased was missing. The de-

Federick James, cook of the

a knew the deceased. On Septem-
had timg_on a cabin trunk on the deck
of the Rainbow M when he saw
mate coming towards the
schooner.

He noticed that the mate helped
the deceased to get on the ship.
The mate and himself went to
their cabins leaving the deceased
sitting in the stern.

the
did
the



aay ar

His Worship Mr. EB. A. McLeod,
five Police Magistrate of District “A”

might yesterday placed Harold Foster
find itself calling upon the tax- (23) of Passage Road, St. Michael
payers of the island to finance 0M a bond for six months in the

be Sum of £2 for stealing six pieces
He Of lumber the property of J. B,

honourable Leslie & Co., Ltd.

the _ The offence was committed on

Government’s position, otherwise September 29. The lumber was
it might be said that they had V@lued at 8/4,

were
Report,
they had received the Report on
which was based the Five-year
yey arg programme, and yet
the most they could do now was
to come in With the same rates 7@Phirin Bakery on September 30.

Gilbert Headley a 21-year-old
baker of Green Hill, St, Michael
was also placed on a bond for
six months by the same Magistrate
when he pleaded guilty yesterday
of stealing 20 pounds of lard from

ADJOURNED



The case in which Stanley Paul
Nelson Street, St. Michael is
charged with inflicting bodily harm
on Walbert Stoute on September
adjourned yesterday by
did His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith

not think that they should inter- antil October 12.
income

Mr. L. Williams is appearing in
the case on behalf of Stoute,

NATURAL CAUSES

Dr. A. S, Ashby performed a
post mortem examination on the
body of 62-year-old Lenora Watts
Michael
but yesterday and attributed death to
causes namely cerebral



Watts was admitted to the
General Hospital on September 29

crop economy, was not a matter from her home about 8.15 a.m.

Gar-
night,

Without further discussion
Bill was’ read a second time
passed in all its stages,

House Amend



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October,

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1952.
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1952

Nails for Dominica by the Sch
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October, 1952

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The House of Assembly yester-

giving the’ Governor-in-Executive
Committee power to fix the over- September 10, Sgt. Alleyne who
seas telegraph rates to Common- Prosecuted for the Police gave
wealth and foreign destinations.

Mr. F. L, Walcott who moved @pPpealed.
the second reading of the Bill said

Secretary of Staie
that the Over-

United Kingdom to Common-
wealth and foreign destinations yy

which could be dealt with over- but died the same day about 4.20

D.m,
the ¥ ABOURER FINED

and

His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn,
Police Magistrate of District. “A”,-
yesterday fined 26-year-old
labourer William Thompson of
Nelson Street, St. Michael £2 to
be paid in seven days or one
month’s imprisonment with hard
labour for wounding Police Con-
the stable Athelston Cumberbatch on
and his head.
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At yesterday’s meeting of the
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the

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the following hips through their Bar- similiar increases were justified Press concerning a licants for
atin tant paGioe: in the Overseas Telegraph Rates the Bahamas Police Force,

$5. American Faxte, SS_ 5. Rosa, from Commonwealth territories. The question reads; —

Seah aris? eal Chas ere ae?) He explained further that the 1, Is Government aware of an

SS,’ Nordbo, SS. Salte 58, LS. amendment to the Act would advertisement which has appear-

a, SS. Cold mbie. 5.8. Nassa, 8.8. ubviate the necessity for a Bill to ed in the Local Press calling for

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Skauvann, So fle SS. Catherine. urged that the authority for fixing °3, If the answer to No. 2 is
deborg, 8.5. Cristallina, $8. Sapho, 8.8, those rates should continue to in the affirmative, will Govern-

Athelbeach, S.S, Hurworth, 8.8. Scher- remein with the House.

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Molasses

Motor vesstl “Student Prince
IL” arrived in the port a few days
ago from Newfoundland, and is
taking a cargo of 149 puncheons,
323. barrels, 5,480 cartons of
molasses. This motor vessel is
consigned to W. S. Monroe &
Co., Ltd. who is shipping
molasses.

The captain H. Thomasan told
the Advocate yesterday that if
the work is completed and the
weather is favourable, ~he will
leave*’ port between Friday and
Saturday for St. John’s.

LOADS SUGAR:

Shipment abroad of the 1952
Sugar crop is nearing completion.
During the past two days, prepar-
ations were being made to ship
about 2,000 tons of sugar on the
S.S. Crofter for delivery at Liv-
erpool,

Lorries hauling sugar from the
various warehouses added greatly
to the activity on the upper
wharf where the bulk of the
sugar is being loaded into lighi-
ers for conveyance to the ship

The final shipment from Bar-
bados will depend on the shipping
Space available on two other
vessels which are expected to
arrive here soon.

The SS. Crofter
leave today.

FOR REPAIRS:

The Harbour Police launch
Hawk was lifted out of the water
on Monday evening by the Gov-
ernment crane.

The launch will undergo its
yearly cleaning, overhauling and
painting.

SAILING TONIGHT:

he Lady Rodney will be sail-
ing tonight at 8.00 o’clock for
Bermuda, Boston, Halifax and
Montreal via the British Northern
Islands,

OFF DRY DOCK:

The motor vessel Ricardo Arias
came off dry dock yesterday
morning, after undergoing ex-
tensive repairs, This vessel
arrived in Barbados on Septem-
ber 6th from Martiniquie, where
it had stayed for one month and
twenty days before it went on
dock, After going on dock, it was
discovered that the material
required was not obtainable.

the



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On its arrival here, the Ricardo
Arias had to await the comple-

tion of repairs to the Daerwood
which left port on the 16th of
September for Aruba, Repairs

were therefore completed in 14
days.

The captain of the vessel is
Senor Celestino Allimilla, a
native of St, Thomas in the Vir~
gin Islands, He is the only
English speaking member of the
crew, the others being of Span-
ish origin. The vessel, which
is registered in Panama, is used
in’ cattle-trading.

UNDERGOING REPAIRS:

The schooner Emeline which is
at berth near the Central Foun-
dry’s dockyard, is at present
undergoing internal repairs.
Carpenters were at work yester-
day repainting the crew’s quarters.
The schooner is consigned to the
Schooner Owners’ ASsociation.

* ” 4!

The Motor Vessel Blue Star is

also undergoing repairs at its
berth near Liverpool Lane.
While painters are at work re-

painting the outside of the vessel

the crew are engaged in cleaning
the deck,

$3,580 For Cost
Of Living Index

THE House of Assembly yes-
terday passed a Resolution for
$3,580 to meet the cost of prepar-
ing a new Cos: of Living Index.



The amount is a revote of the!
unexpended balance at 3lst
March, 1952 of the amount of
$3,780 provided there in Supple-
mentary Estimates 1951—52, to
meet expenses in connection with
the processing and tabulation of
the material, which is being pre-
pared locally by the University
College of the West Indies, for the
determination of a new Cost of
Living Index.

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from page 1
aircraft of recognised
tional Airlines.”

Two resolutions submitted by
Grenada on the questions of
illegal strikes, and the fluctuations
from time to time of the cost of

Interna-

living in each island, are also set
down for consideration.

The Resolutions read as fol-
lows:

1, WHEREAS the Economic

Situation of the majority of the
islands of the Caribbean repeated-
ly disrupted by illegal and/or
lightning strikes in most cases on
the most trivial pretext and some-
times without the approval of the

union to which such strikers
belong,

AND WHEREAS these strikes
result in considerable loss to all

sections of the community.

BE iT RESOLVED that Govern-
ment be approached with a view
of introducing legislation, where
same does not already exist, for
the purpose of making it an of-
fence for any strike to be called
without going through the pro-
cedure lajd down by Law, and in

accordance with Trade Union
principles.
2. WHEREAS the question of

the cost of living is a feature which
plays an extremely important part
in any community

AND WHEREAS there is some
uncertainty as to whether or not
the figures are being compiled
correctly,

BE IT RESOLVED that Govern-
ment be requested to set up in
each West Indian Island a perma-
nent Committee to study and ad-
vise on the fluctuations from time;
to time in the cost of living in each
island, and j

|

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED |
that the right to advise on all)
economic matters be vested in|
this Committee, |

Attending the meeting as dele- |
gates will be, Lt. Col, E. J. Hey-|
wood (British Guiana); Hon. R.,
W. Youngman, Mr, G. M. DaCosta, |
Mr, C. P,. Stephenson (Jamaica); |
Mr. G. H. King, Mr. S, H. Kinch, |
Mr, H, A. C. Thomas (Barbados);
Captain E. Earle Hughes (Gren- |
ada); Mr. Owen D. Brisbane (St.
Vincent); Brigadier A. S, Mav-'
rogordato, Mr, Willard G. Grant, |
Mr, Arthur C. Hale, (Trinidad).|

The names of the Antigua, St. |
Lucia and St. Kitts delegates have |
not yet been released.

The Montserrat and Dominica
Chambers will be represented by
Professor C, G, Beasley, Economic
Adviser to Colonial Development
and Welfare in the West Indies.

Other Honorary members at-
tending will be Mr. A. E. V. Bar-
ton of the West India Committee,
Inc.; Mr. W. Fergusson, United
Kingdom Trade Commissioner at
Jamaica; Mr. A, R, Starck, United
Kingdom Trade Commissioner at
Trinidad; Mr. Max Palmer, Cana-
dian Government Trade Commis-
sioner at Jamaica; Mr. C. R,
Stollmeyer, B.W.I, Trade Com-!
missioner in Canada, |

Mr. N. A. Polack will be Seere-
tary to the Congress.



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Church, Mr, Timothy Richards |
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert|
Richards took as his bride Miss|

Dolores Gill, daughter of Mr. and| Tt} 5
Mrs. E. Gill of Halls Road. |
The ceremony was performes |

by the Rev. H. S. Tudor and the}

son of

bride who was given in marriage
by her uncle Mr. Thomas Gill, A
wore a dress of accordion pleated

nylon and lace. Her headdress of
Satin and rhinestones and long)
veil of appliqued chiffonnet was
the gift of Miss Gwen Gibbons of
Brooklyn, New York. She carried
a bouquet of radiance roses, and!
Queen Anne's lace.

She was attended by Miss Ertil
Stuart as maid-of-honour who
wore a dress of egg colour. The
bridesmaids, Misses Patricia and
Angela Gill, cousins of the bride,
and Monica Greaves. The ushers
were Mr. Joseph Hope and Mr.
Gordon Browne. ‘

A reception was held at ‘the
yride’s home and the honeymoon
is being spent at “Inch Marlowe”,
Silver Sands.

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* Enala in tion o:, 2 379 Gold Si t Ring 3498 ld Nee h; G)3 Gold h Cha 5350 266—J 13, 4
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days afte ys Advoc 71.4.52—t. 67 Gold Rings 3498 Bang Burte 36731 Go Ring . 473 Mm O73 aie ase. x
im Pa ieee 1 BRO 2 Gold Ring PNS. ron oa Ring coe aoe o 20, 1 iy 1E S
after 4 p Hobiteunee 58100 old Stone 35005 E ons 36751 ld Iden. 2605 M. 6—June 1952. OUND 2.
tian vently abd. UND 38117 G fe On Rane ing} 42171 Go a Bangle (52 251 une 30, j SOUTHB 24th, 195 aJ *
28. 9. ian Laer & POOND. ei Gala Gold . Ring % Gol ing dant 47482 M.8990—J' —Oci. | ber aan alling a
; ae «& 8812 5042 d Ring Iden 4217! ld Ri & pends 3760 ith Tripod. Septem Cartagen 2, C aica.
4“ ellinghouse 8 15. Gol ngle; G. atch 2233 Go ecklet gles 5 ra with ”, Sailing uracao, Sth, 195 nd Jam
ee 8, Shattel aw ohO.b | LOST July 1950 Ring ce o. ler c WwW. W i7087 GON by goes 12, Capote 1952. MBIE”. ne, Cree Ss na a
: ay N Gold . 5138 dies’ C. 4225 G. Ba Bi 449 27, 1 b. 14, 3, “COLO: La G ing Oc Cartage
* rented GARRISO! slear.on 38181 ld Bangle q 59 La Ring 2273 2 Ring: G. Feb. e—Dec. me vinidad, ” ailin: racao,
Sei. Ta. and tam ee, LOST ith }3gi98 Go Necklace 899 8 Gold ing ay Gc. ing 55 SOE is ‘ T RASSE”. uaira, Cu “
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befor Samec a A rg re - black he name ringing Mor ial 42 38219 Gold Signet ae y 076 Gold Ring ‘eels Gold Ten Ring = veal Machin: 1m”. a, — 952, Calling
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39330 Id Ring toh 9 353 Gold at Wateh | 3 G. Nec before th MS ure in N e
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theese rere “eae, a o | Set 2 d Ring tosao G ‘Necklace; G. POST t Prospect, a. use at — Mr. DENNIS WOR in Barbados
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rhe rerigence late Hany DEBS ts Aue- Gold Iden. ol Pa ill A. C ostmaster.
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oa win & a) SYereite's ate Middle 3 ld 25499 Ring ic holidays, ; ® A aids 4
fidence “christ Chureh wee DelTS Reatest 33551 Gold fume 3 Re water, iblic ho 2900088
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view: use, eon ro Pech IR offers fo desirable maby" 13587 Roe Ring & Pendant itee Ladies RG. we Office, 1 Sa
drawing. 1 poe by That “Allam| 43591 Necklace 63 Ladie Cc. W. Wateh Post 1952. CES Office
r id fate gh Seer ase lan Cc ae 33613 Ee Signet ~~ 4 Pendant an Gent . R. G. W. a en September, ee « NOTE Head
kitel a Weeenern bun at cant 3637 G. cklace ch 8 Ladies’ R. 29t moana Ls
on two cars, ara ure the sea t is va wing 3363 G: Nec W. Wat ing | | g5@s6 Gold Ring _ on SR
In. for cellars. nts on hh, I ah, dra 43658 ies’ C.W. ; G. Rir 712 + ng ha ?
garage large . ser wns hure: di 3 id Bracelet: ‘Ts 14 Ri | sities
room, Senate tenia thitoe |@ mn Veren © $1 33680 ld Bracele Go Ring —— L CE
stores peevnnts: 2 house. 1 with fh has ope! ing nd bath, Bs 3684 ° a Earrings Links} Gold et Ring = A | NOT!
tnd fal bed © well jai Oot ee £918 and din a oe nee eae ude; 2 Gakenee hi Gon klaces PERSON Eling. BLOW
und oe mee shrubs a ir and toile ’s room. be “ Gold S ; G. Brooc'! nt 40482 2 Gold Nec against | I TELLING! at oil
ent ge in excelent: eee “el @ rooms, ant’s can 33685 4 id Ring; G, & Penda 49t 2G Ring e hereby warned agains Al JOHN artaay iat ft
propery. in ex the premires and serv mortgage Gold ecklace rrings | 40, old klet Watch ae are hereby warne thers | claim against
opert iit offer heir o! : ial ‘Col- old Neé * Gold Id Nec Ww. + blic my s I ue Pr J ss y debt or Blow f
Cinon” hadorsizned i es stant \ called * — 33686 _ Ring; nine ant | 4085 re es’ R, G. dtm rR hee unl © ner Bis in oe ‘ens Raving Sake ‘Selling “Bi oy to
; Sale to 8 Ll a a Ae (a) Property orthing * nis 33690 Gold forma & Pend: 40573 Leal Ring SPRINGER ay: bine td ae Fen meen ON oe hereby reaue duly
or tol to u & t eC. 33694 Nec 16 Ring id myse ting any ¢ itten orde | the a 9 hte ay chim ¢ e
No. Bee esistion Tomer 4 y t Offic d has Gold Gold * ere a wr | eee ae Rg 1
Priady “ghar ‘ oe Pos cant an 33708 2 Gola i L 585 aB yn Ring ope pontcacs by PRINGER, | Septem Sy ag Co. No. 17.
ins! lo ee Street, to sea is also va wo sides, 33718 ts’ C.W. 5 09 id Si Watch nam hs MUEL Si St. Martin lip | send gs the Catford -Saattor f informing
ci Ma, Palmetto ste co., house on t reoms, 3722 Gen Ring 620 old W. Wateh by m SA AF Ps 28 rye 21. | attestoc Cottle, {dgetown, ember, F te SURE o
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=e to: it’s room. 33741 G ts’ C.W. Wateh 40722 Necklace iealee. warned gn Ni or petere Ss vata of hereto pay al AKE G that a
17.9. AMO ap. 3 bedrooms, servan called 3748 Gents’ R.G.W. tch 32 G. f rete es woes ada Faaeetne oe meatte a as 1, sha! ET riends is now
“BYW. ROA and t 337 adies Wa 407 ew ihe Bere age ata myscit | [te flies ato Lira 68 2s Sh WwW d Fi tel
Wi NEW ine kitchen peer a 3755 Ladies’ R.GW. 1 W. Wate Poe Dulas aie Ar ot hold ane oe Sh of, aha 1 heres i ers an Ho
q tanwatiy built 4 id 3) Stone b on the This amie Ladies jet) ril, 1951. | R. G. Watch ne credit to my anyone my name | Gaetan Eig A any bare Maret Custom s our
ea aanmally st. of is ( ch Villa es, Ww 33760 Gold Ring er Brace \ Ap Ladies’ G. W. endant. | iyin fOND, a oe ee Shy ope jg Ml eg | reward ve had oe we an eS nots: our ation:
, . 5 5 . 739 ies’ R. 1 Per EASTN le for r debt ed by then ha v the a ny per had no} 1a d_ alter:
x watt and 9, Pick of “Bea t, St. eeitaty ne ; 38795 ties’ Silv 35 Ladie ‘klace and sponsib debt o der sign 2@ Hable for d to a 4 7 spaye an
wnt one Turow | Prospect four” bedrooms "ee. sone, Sit RE 35829 Gold Beaoglet a ~ |e spt saa de oe
encl Goll Col me, On one Room Rid has fou ilt 1 7 Qold Si 5 Gold G. WwW. Wy Tio.sa—an. | e0 So Sineodted to tat 1952
Rack pristine. | 3 larg ‘water, b 1% and ly bu Hage 01 38807 d Ring 84 Gent's R. . 1.10.52 | And are rego ut Gelay. October, pen. ths, are
Tre ene Sunita ards, 91% (4) New t Fitz Vi uty”. 827 Gol ing ‘ 25846 Gold Ring ree cite whine day ot Gotepen,, i a re-o) te ba
Pete = 4 i 1 bult-in and. separ! [ alow a “Sea Bea ust © | 38827 Gold R Bracele 40831 2 Bangle “Dated this, iat ccutre ot the Wi ir priva
iitted woth Bs 'kitehan, ar ree te ee cane Ths 2h old Iden. ing [i0e%s Gold Ring Wateh —-- E ante filed Executrix. 0 52-—4n ith the’ and Dining
two 8 : eupbonss iat teen go and has: 38802 Gell. Brooch Ring [408 0 Gente a. W $e NOTIC ‘Qua! \jeltings Blow, oo MS, all wi our Bar
lari 4y Linen cupboa: he]® Tt has $ ago ai 39862 Oh ing; G. Sign 4085 Gent’s R. b — CENSE 1. bole, Gualtfied 40 ROO! mend in drinks
bath a I. do alll x ‘and io week: ; at 3 3°G.R 40900 G ld Ring Wate OR LI VAL) Maynar|, | recom best
Thera a points, ‘and shi: four ms etc, operties 993 Gold Ring 0930 Go ies’ C. W Gold Rings, 2| LIQU (REMO Eldeane i er 18 ble. We ire the
the rated. with Ie e beds Two. pr Road. 8968 old Ring S093 ton ecklace; 4 Brooch; ME ihn ae Ks sbinvis | N TEM = availa ho desi
window are atte ne lee Ind ee (5) 1 Main low at 18970 G ld Ring ‘ 47 = eelet; G. rrings ae oP eee Mare beard i, fOr pe WAS mee those w dings.
windows Bast tere, ls 8. et Bank Ha bunga t @1 39081 Go Ring ngs } 409 c. Brat 8; Lye Ea Bei respect of mnatey An '® - cn” Room for surroun
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Pete ede eee eee 3| 1 phe > aaa CEN wae aii eS fee oe] Ae a d food in please $1 — 2132
anipan fren earn nervant's the mene 2 at We with Sught on '; 3 ae a pendent ' 11008 Le re ot a of September, R—WELDER, fo an Tel. 21
There und floor af t eat ack n be bou te: Sates aes 04 Gold Ri ng pated this 2th ws, acre Snr Sued. at
toilet remetiuoned So ; ads Sant. “ ety at 3 39018 Gold Brooch 1082 Gold a dP. fagisteate, D MAYNARD. mane Dee month te October, SSSA
ihe usteement ah street ey wey Binal po Gold Ring ud tlegl Gald ‘Watch Pollée ‘Magistrate, D for Applic: ef 09 ber received By | ‘Vie 8 $2—3n i
ises fo yor3t, h day be (8) yp 19035 i Neckle 84 . leation rh $0: hae ini Man's ecto se
hee the ee PRwie Villa ing at ft j 4 Gok ngle 410) is app ing Court Frida; i yrayman’ —
Jnwpection to by a ne tonnes serait 1904. sold Ba 10 a NB —mhis duplh Fon Frida; F TK T
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VEK unenlow 9 wall ee! be 9096 an Ring ace Gold ren h i
* . THE SIL artz of _ 39103 pers eG. W. Wate hoes &* i d friends i
UNDEF R HAMMER wa 6,500 It stone », 1950 2 Ladies klace ers an we tl
gage Rescate v Ci, ohe newly bu iro] 88 ic. w. Watcn foot 2 Gol ings railtwhite s ee ee | ane
Mrs. L. Cy ture a cette ome into 377 *R.G, Wate ; dvise ess fe Ass
{Mrs . Furnii y Ave., alow ided t Ladies’ Ww. 411 ld Ring a muster to a busin Life r
ere ca bung’ It is div: Ss a ren 33869 LL es’ R.G 1228 Go Signet to pass Id like pted a eration Ves eA
ALE’ St. 2 Ro bor City. brings a % 48 0 3886 Ladi Tie Slide ' Gold Je ite shoes, . I wou have accet ith Confed and ser vour |
wae oe te 1 ed th. Hh Gold Ti et Ring 412 Gold wn teh Whi t be spot h I ons wi nvass vard to y
‘. aS PS os Orn, Youth fin 00 per mon 33928 Jold Sign 11330 d Ri WwW. Wat y, mus ; hat althoug! cennecti e to ca kk forwar i
Ne Lorrls ere, Fore $70. tment. land at 13934 G d Ring 34 Gol Rt G. in compan Use & . yered my 1 continu d I loo )
Sone Sehidmoiion good inves aere of Main 2 Gol ng u3 Ladies’ klet culate. e not seve fore wil ility an x
, fone! any) ing 12) % an ‘ide 3396: Gold Ri Ring 11348 ld Nec Ring. h s, imma I therefo: f my abilit;
ab i (in Mal ky Dre : ( Rock bes’ foot. 23969 Stone 3 391 Go ignet Wate! less, 4 ovato tion. best o }
(Brig eaeneirs, (in Dotan = Black per square flats 3993 Gola Bracelet: 41 94.G. § R. G. W. Watch *s White Ren ts to the 1ORME ‘
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*radle Table collectti beach. & 34014 la Ring 41398 ies’ R. } ’s Shuwhite. : d supy NNIS sociation
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Valor anc lgueWare ‘ © appoin abe, 3! $4128 po Rin: e 41416 Go! d Signet 4 that white s
\ ns eet “| of the a 2—In. § 39150 G le Seen Watch 442 Gol Signet Ri ct "sS
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a Consscie ve ; seri Ladle’ c ‘a’ @ Gach $1483 Sold Ra Neskdlet & Pe | R PP K R T OVATOR
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patio Oo OOD. 30258 Gold Signet Ring ‘1818 Gold Ring anes
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B.W.1I. Can Compete
For Davis Cup

By O. S, COPPIN



THE British West Indies have been accepted as a com-
petitor in the Davis Cup according to information received
from the Secretary, to the Meeting of Davis Cup Nations
held in London in 1952.

They have now applied to the Champion Nation—Aus-

tralia for entry in the North American Zone in 1953. The
British Caribbean Lawn Tennis Association, which is the



offic body the British West Indies, com-
prises Jamaica, British Guiana, Trinidad and Darbados.
It has been accepted by theif
member territories that irrespec-{Â¥ o Te *
tive of whether it has a player cats SPORTSMAN’S DIAR}
the team or not will be required eerie oat .
to bear a quarter of the cost of >

Shou te ornate’ * Zulu, Jap May
Meet For

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The Association hope that prof- -
its from such ties will cover ex
penses, but this cannot be guar-

anteed and further if there is : 7 Ti
financial loss the British Carib- Y /orld itle
bean Lawn Tennis Associatjon

WE may yet see a Japanese and
1 Zulu lighting for the fly-weight
hampionship of the worla-—

will be expected to bear half of:
such loss }



British Guiana will probably which shows just how far we in
hold the Brandon Trophy matches Sritain have slipped since the
there in September 1953, and as i Jimmy Wilde, Benny
there w scarcely be a General Lynch and Jackie Paterson.
or Council meeting of the British Colleague GEORGE WHITING
Caribbean Lawn Tennis Associa- telis me that JAKE TU Lf, the

tion before the Davis Cup matches,

Zulu winner in the 12th round ot dium is 40 million soles.—(INP).



the Committee have been eircu- nis Empire championship with ——————

lating affiliated Lawn Tennis TEDDY GARDNEK, is losing no

Association which have been time trumpeting the significances . 7
asked to give consideration to the or hi victory. ‘ PUBLICITY
ppointment of a small committee His manager, JIM WICKS, is

to deal with all matters whatso King the Boxing Board of Con-

ever in connection with the sen trol tor official support in a chal- FIGHT

ing of the team and the appoini- jenge te YOSHIO SHIKAL

ments of a Selection Committec Japanes holder of the world 5; ;

At the Annual General meeting Hite. nein i TORON or oe i)
of the Association held in Jamai- .. ‘Tuli will fight him in Tokyo, The agreement for Joe Maxim
ca this year, Mr. C, Pereira (Trin- Timbucto cr Tooting,” said Wicks, to meet the winner of the Dox
idad) was elected President, Mr, “20 may well have hit on a gola Cockell-Randy Turpin fight was
G. W. E, Cooper (British Guiana), ™!™€ in this tiny ebony cherub for publicity only and “Don’i
Hon, V. C. Gale (Barbados), and ‘9m Johannesburg. mean anything’ protested Max-
Mr. H. A. Lake (Jamaica) were A Suggestion ijm’s manager Jack Kearns at a
elected Vice-Presidents, Other An interim suggestion is that meeting of the National Boxing
officers elected were Mr, H. Tuli should undertake an over- Association in Montreal today.
Nothnagel, (Honorary Secretary- weight match in London next The Association is considering
Treasurer), Mr. against ERIC MARSDEN, a request by the British Boxing

Arthur Skinnerg month
(Honorary Auditor). E

Board of Control that Maxim and
his manager should be suspended
for their failure to go through
with the contract to fight Turpin

q hie young Lancashire ftly-weight
1 —but Wicks is plainly after more
mportant game.

Meanwhite, Tuli, after only 11



Prize List For
Small Bore
Rifle Shoot

professional fights, now occupies jn London.
the unique position of an Empire
champion not permitted to box a The British Board has an

agreement with the Association,
South Altrica—a situation that the main body governing boxing
could conjure up all sorts of com- in the United States, to recognise
plexities when it comes to finding each other’s suspensions.
challengers.

white opponent in his native

Following is the prize list for My Johannesburg correspon- eg told ~~ eerste any
the Barbados Small Bore Rifle dent tells me that the British that he hrs — no obliga se
Club Meeting which ended at the Board did not get the approval to promoter Jac Solomons 20
Garrison Savannah on Saturday of the Transvaal Board for tha London to meet Turpin. He said

light to be
Empire title.

the only contract he signed was
to fight Cockell in London, It

Following is the prize list recognised for the

EVENT NO. 1 A member of the Transvaal was a six-month contract that
= "oUN sconn Board said today: “The matter became void after March 11, this
25 YARDS will be discussed at our next year.



ist Mr. K. S. Yearwood 99.7, 2nd Mr, meeting. There’s a complication. ‘
G, A. Jordan 99.5, 3rd Capt. S. Weather- MARCUS TEMPLE is South The fight did not come off be-
oes Handisap Béere African European champion and cause Solomons had not lived up
ist Mr. G. A. Jordan 97.75, 2nd Mr. ®0 Outstanding boxer, Public to his financial agreements and
| ras Rear wooe 99.57, 3rd Mr. P, A.D pinion, however, would never also because of a number of de-
ee ee permit a fight here between Euro- lays.
10 Rour pean and non-European,” Kearns suid he had seized tne
Be Aes. ha aa eg ga 48 ts TOMMY FARR, former British 10,000 dollars (about £3,570) de-
Major JE. Griffith 60.0. a Me wom and Empire heavyweight champ- posit when the contract expired
Tucker 98.8 jon is continuing his come-back as he was told that he was with-
. Handicap Seore bid in fine style. Two weeks ago in his rights by Jim Norris of the
Ist C. R. E. Warner 100, 2nd Major

at Cardi? he gained a 10-round

: International Boxing Club.
points decision over the coloured

J.B. Griffith 99
Johnson 99.33

ira Mrr FP. ALY

EVENT NO. 3 American Al Hoosman. Farr On_ the Cockell-Turpin fight,
” we eae makes no secret that his ambition won by Turpin on a knock-out,
Ist Mr. T. A. L. Roberts 99.6, xd-iS a title fight with present he said he was told that the fight |

Mr. D. Yearwood 97.4, 3rd was not getting enough publicity



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The photo shows, still unfinished, the new National Stadium at Lima. Peru, which will be inaugurated on
October 27th, fourth anniversary of the Arequipa Revolution which was led by the now Constitutional
President General Manuel A. Odria. The new Stadium is being built on the grounds of the old Estadio
Nacional which was donated to the city in 1925 by the British colony in Lima.

Lady Savage Will Present

Table Tennis

His Excellency the Governor
and Lady Savage will attend the
Finals of the Table Tennis Tour-
naments to be held at the Y.M.C.A,
on Thursday, 2nd October at 8.00
p.m, Lady Savage will present the
trophies and cups to the contes-
tants, Four finals will be played.
The Miss J. Clarké vs, “iss R.
Williams match should be very
interesting, Miss’ Clarke, the
orthodox player of the two, will
have an advantage over her oppo-
nent in her being able to defend
as well as attack. Miss Williams
is an all out attacker, and unless
her opponent controls her attack,
will do doubt be champion.

In the Barbados Open Champ-
ionship N. Gill meets C, Green-
Both these players § are
attackers and the deciding factor
of this game will depend on which
player can successfully attack his
opponent !

In the Mixed

idge

Doubles Miss B.
Carrington and N. Gill will play
Miss N. Hall and L. Worrell. Wor-
rell’s spin may well be the decid-
ing factor of this game if he can
control Gill’s attack and force Miss
Carrington to make errors, The
chanees are very much in his
favour, On the other hand, if the
attackers overcome this difficulty
they will easily be the champions,
The Men’s Doubles should pro-
duce some very interesting tennis.
Worrell and Phillips are the
favourites for the cups, but there
is always in the Barna pair the
tenacious Greenidge who may
well upset their calculations, The
main factor of this game is
whether Goodridge can control
Worrell’s and Phillips’ spin and
allow Greenidge to win the points. |*
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Capt. S champion Johnny Williams. But
Weatherhead 97.4 ; . = ee s as aske rris tr
i Satdlnap ante he will have to wait a little amd he was asked by Norris to |
T. A. L. Roberts 99.57, D. Yearwood longer yet, for the next oppo- Sign a letter agreeing to meet the |
99.18, E. L. G, Hoad 98.33 nent for Williams is the South winner. This was not a contract
EVENT NO. 4 African Johnny Arthur. as it ene no gen, gp Bes
0 Re ands Delibs rate A Place of Their Own ge > ia eee ees < as _
feb MSc KL. Roberte:08. gna ihe MINOR football clubs who !! for publicity Pe teceris a
M. G. Tucker, 3rd D. Yearwood. K. §. Complain about the lack of grounds “nd at the request of Norris, who
Yearwood 98 a aa Et .G. Hoad 9°. might well consider the example pea me oe it did oy mean
SVE? NO. 5 , Leteay : a at as » anything,” e said. e never
10 Rounds Deliberate of Henley F.C. who play in the @Dy , 1
50 YARDS Guildford and District League. turned Turpin down.
Ist L. W. Hassell 99.4, 2nd K. § For years they have had to
ORE RS 8 ianeleas fc Hoad 984. muddle along without a ground 1 ; —_ eo eee or
L. W, Hassell 99.57, EL. G. Mona Of their own, depending on the !08 > as oY a Sige oe t
99.33. K. S. Yearwood 99.14 goodwill of a local farmer to pro- Money. He had offered to a
EVENT NO. 6 vide land for matches. There is Turpin for a flat argh ery
10 Rounds Deliberate no recreation ground in the 150,000 _ dollars (about £53,571)
50 YARDS v llage. on which agreement was no!
WR oe Me ee iW Last year the club bought a reached,
assel + reaateah ene three-acre field. In their spare The Board gave no ruling but
Mr. R. O. Browne Mr. L. Ww. ‘ime members have worked to get did approve the British reques
Hassell 100, Mr. M. G. Tucker 100 t fit for playing -" : ramé aPrifie
GUN SCORE t playing. to set up a four-man intern

They have laid tons of clinker,
+000 ft. of drains, cut the hedges,

tional board to pick challenger

in various weights.

EVENT NO, 7
10 Rounds Deliberate



- 100 Yards cleared ditches and levelled and —L.E.S
Ist Maj. A. S. Warren 974, Mr. J seeded the ground el
Findlay 97.4, Sed Mr. T AL’ Robert has Roun acen ee ae
97.1. y have eve ade a ca Pe . ~
HANDICAP SCORE park. Cost so far has been £350. Che Storm Grow s
: 1st Mr f 8. Yearwood Bs 80, 2nd we On Saturday the ground will be ,
; ordan 75, 3rd Mr, 1 A ave, . 7 > 7
Rotbaute Seat ovened by MR. F. H. TOMLIN, BEFORE New South Wales

EVENT NO. 8 BARBADOS REGIMENT
10 Rounds Deliberate

vice-president of the Surrey FA.

rs Cricket Association makes its de-
Injury No. 1

cision on breaking away from the



25 Yard 2 “ _ 5
Ist Pte. J. F. Ward “B" Coy 88, 2nd EALING DEAN’S left-arm slow Australian Board of Cricket Con-
Pie. H. K. Jones “A" Coy 84, 3rd Se owler RON TAYLOR was hoping trol a move is to be made to en-
re es + Os OAhetn © complete his 100 wickets for list the support of Victoria,



10 Rounds Deliberate the season. Now it seems he is to The action of the N.S.W. ass«



25 Yards pend the last weeks of the season ciation follows the dismissal o
ist 2-Lt. L. K H.C.) % ar hospital, “CHAPPIE” DWYER from the
CS.M oP G d iLs 7 3rd : 4 i ,
Cpl. C. Harrison 84 Leaving the pavilion before the Test selection committee, thu

EVEN Ww Jean’s match against the BBC he leaving them without representa-

Aggresate of Events Nos, 2, 2, & & ripped and fell. He was taken tion on the committee.
ist capt. 8. WaieS eRe vos aya vie, 10 the hospital for an operation Tf Vietoria full in line with
T A U_ Roberts 292, 3rd Mi. M n his knee. New South Wales, then an at-
Tucker 290. : Another injury in club cricket tempt will be made to re-form
Me A Reverie Sense ae 2h concerned GEOFF WILLIAMS. the Board of Control. These two

Hornsey fast bowler. Playing

gainst Old Merchant Taylors he
came in when Hornsey were 55
for four and with ‘PIP’ LOFFLER ent view then on September 30,
put on 105. Williams hit 57, but the rebels will decide whether to
-L.E.S. make a lone break.

states provide about 80 per cent
of Australia’s leading cricketers.
Should Victoria take a differ-

D. Yearwood 296.44.
EVENT NO. it
Aggregate of Events Now, 1 2, 3.5 & 6
it Mr. T. A iI Roberts 488, 2nd Mr

M G Tucker 486, 3rd M L. W. Ha
Yearwood, Capt
Johnse

ell 485, 4th Mr. KS
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Adasas iL) seconded Schedule, being regarded as the boundaries <>f the three the Oa honourhim.Und ot Barbados, and ureas arc set out in Part 1 in the • senior rnemb. r for Chrt-i therefore expe. led to have standAn* arhedula Ut the Act•* %  ants of an urban Council. ^afclna or, the section Mr. M" lh P"Ml He reminded the Committee %  "*TalBB (LI was not in favour "' %  %  %  e. %  ... .... ;.nd letoio that ao tuturt (ovsnuMut would of MvlnrUie lower part of Christ %  **." %  i feel legally obligated to help the %  liurcl frorn^ndezvous Road 'V' I u'hern district I (..urban attached to the lauiuctajautj .f BrtdgaMU d u 1. ."Illu: ^"" l,s l l : town whirl. (K-cupif th.own port of the tract M,. rtipportad Mi. Talma'. *uu isl-ind would be jealous aDout^ M K He Ml that the Maude Bill, He Church should remain aa it t. nrr^~-Kn.7w **• *""* """ im '" wer ol P" now. and seconded the moticn to .rvoH.tionr.ry as it wa* should 1he ltl! %  limitations and thars a triM churcft that rt %  •. *•• • h.iuld not be any attempt to inj„ nn Maude n his report had LM fnnge on the pansh boundaries. ioo the run on the changed bo • lO, S.r John 1 Report. He reminded hunuuraM. that they would r-.r To divide the pariah a* such, mended ihe change of areas in wOtJld Man that the Southern INK. for parliamentary purr* ould be extremely poor •nd tie last elect and ihev would have to go hat in naiad to the Guvernnr-in-Exrcutlvo to ask for grants. He Ml that that should nol be so and suggest*'' I ,t (hat the whotg of Christ Church hould be included in ih.Matty rtl diirrUI Mr T.lni. Bjtalll BMfd |hat aehtduli lx* eonsidcTtNl alotts; with section 2 which rtferred lo It. Mr For the Anundnivnt Taln.a. Mr. Crawford, Mi Vaugha'i. Mr. J, c HontWi k* C. I) Mottley, Mi Alldaa The Schrdul" .a \u. p., ,| IflimaJ form, an to .(-* (C> b-otd ,,,.., in the I -KxecuHw for pran: Q i He aa ( Uurl he h.ui i .sen to aa '•mtion made hy the hoo rahli%  enhir mrml.r "or ChrU to postpone further eonsiderntlon of section—two until such time as thtf got to the Schedule. He said that no harm could be done if the entire section were po^l(mned until the end of the Rill proper tlo achedule. fell |hg to deal with l • BeCareful Mr E. D. Mottley said ly opposed the proposal and wa* that r<*a* quite willing to acnf the same opinion that day. cept themotion made by thi He said that ihev would tind honourable senit that ihCentral Oovernmeni Christ Church ;. •vould be compelled continuously lir schedule id' %  ulnmtions to the south,Ul of ,hc Bl ern district in order that the same ..*I 0 m ^ vna of parochial adminstral n^" Church was saying, they Mayor at $200 per month :ion Which obtained in the lower ^T,. 80 1 l , i ,' an entertainment allowance h If would be possible in the ^'^ ^ "' f* 1 !* 1 Churah an ., m „ vih ,. hn i f ^ and attach It to St. Michael. thereThere was no reaaon why tha & ^i^S n, r^ a^S "ISH %  ..a, „_ -^, n pi,-,.. r*i,..^.i. ip However reminded hini and %  l ,>H U R, a r '"^'^^.. C ?.VS'. ?<"" honourable mcmb.r„ „ ,ho memliei deal with for Itoo laiaM member foi Section Ihre.which E l lution i i Ihe it of rtridgeto'vi M a Maj poratlon waa paaaad without debate. Referring to Section 4. Rub-sec%  ..'... McsluaQ |.nitcd out that as the subsection read, meant that the Crrji OOUB given power to elect a Mayor other than an*lecte<) membei • I the Council, and suggested Ikajl tic subsection should he amended so as ti> pxeludc %  'outsider'"' llOBI tha ofllea o( Mayor. Mr. I.. A. Will MIIIS, Mi. i: W rtarrov Mr ft C. Mag* i;, ported this view, and Mr Barn. %  S id that whil^ tucn %  praatlce tamed in R igland and nth* countries, it should not be U-t ease here, and urged fUrlhei th the Mayor should be mnH% % %  i face the elections to t In Cit Council." Dr. rumaatm (L) suggested %  amendment to Subsection 4 Clause 4. fixing the salary of ih Divergence on tn the MiTm ther honourable members as the There was a divergence oi %  i,.vnio...'i i -t l e (icr f 1hr HotaM had alTaady afaaag ,%  thi paint, ajaa M, Ih. nrS riiial > Win,ed U '' h&1 '" man >' f ,hp * Map P UF ed thnt lhe i,lur >' ** ,auU ^S._irTl—*/f? schemes the Government knew not apply if tho Mayor waa apfhoulfl be lacked i be attaahad Slw ^.^i. fH'IL/XS 0 !; = 5 •*' n! 1 u p ,vou| d ha ^ P 01 "^' *~ oiiu.de .he lld 1 *Z. !" k *. ,or .. hp v s l ." n make granU -rhara necessary l %  IMTWlL In Kavamr .. i ,. %  the matttc for their ..mmlttee voted Of the pn#tponemeiil by %  \ oting for the postponement Mi Tabna. Mr. HotCtor, Mr. Brvan. Mr Adams, Dr. Cummins, Mi QOI .', Hi.iuker. iRjinst ware. Mr. J. C. U U< | Mr. v" i'. V on bau Mi. Ml i. K W..l. ..c ford, Mr, MUhi and \i' %  flu Clause was postponed, and MIIK Clause (•) passed vM'.houi discussion. Under Cl ou— --ix the Comnuiiderad tit. %  irtaincd the r* intraandaUoa of the Select Connnlttee that the Deputy Ma.vur should be elected .Hong th* i and Council!' be appointed bj %  The Caaajnittce I H ii.i.ituni that Iha Deput) Mayor, b) virtue of Kit nld be a Jusr P. ace Dr. INmrnln. i ment to ttt nid suguf iha is ' -.In .m I of $50 a parr) n't; out %  i Mr. M*4tfv queataiitad the leasonableness of paying ihe Deputy Mayor half the Salary of .he Mayor, and moved that UM -alary should be the same, in view that the Deputy Mayor r his honid perform all ihe at ..f ihe whole time officer. *lr. Maa* pointed oat that In as much :LS the Clause dealing willi the -alarv of the Mayor had been BC*.ported, bhe Clause dealing with the remtusaraUori "f tha iVpui. M also be [>otponed I uaiinii'ius Vote Mr. .l-lUr. ....iided Ihe %  r thi' uoatpors tna seel inn, and the laotson was carrivd by an unanim<>n %  >l (-immlttees |irogre*s iCommlt% %  i Mgo i: % %  Haasa adjeurn..* Oltinrr interval. SQ Arreated For { ,oi is| li rat\ \ *zn i n -I liatistd's Kcgime LARA, Cuba. Sept SO ii'.telligence Lieutenant Jos*M m M Thai said that thirty per arrested as alleged eor..cainst President Fulgencio Batista's regime, but wer. all released late last night. There tm ..I explanation fur the two >.t et tified a* forme. C>wigresinen Cahezas and Oac:i< Alvarado, retiortedly the ring|eail ers Mai iajd aaapai pj ... ro 01 raati d La raid OH a ran-h just outside Santa Clara wheie the; meeting to dlecusa a province-" id. "suhverslvr rrnvement TRAFnC In OHBSh Bay %  -• RWnla AH.AHRIVAia Srh M*ri> Si, ^ II Mi... from MI-* q.w unar Caatln J Sunn Coniianr o UM Baraaaaa bnpari a sotport Cw Bfh EvaitWiw. M lont. Iioa. are ...Un. m,4r Casuin K Phill %  %  >w s *• it"^rt n orn-> Owr>" r^n>\iTVai? M V. aareta loi Trimtt-d Seotreil i police said varana, At Ih. M urn I \' toate De vai Preakhsnl ot !h.Renate umler Pr-sldent Cmlos I'rio •tocalas it. %  .eii by the Itiiturta r*| Mafah. • ,( tenth arrested an iiiiftisoned for failure to aupe. %  % %  at trial on charges of in.iti. P'Ui. disorder 1' was nol made clear unmet %  atth whether IV Varuna was connected with the thirty alleg .-i.i la-: night 'dd1l r 1 • .... r Trmpid. II W.l-i.-, II (i. Jordan luaan, i i -r rn.ia.d mnr* i Bl-t. r I K Blrl. J Ktri J K-*r. J Tho. V > l.-r K I i cubtm. I. Bleaal I •ra>H>. ai<>. Bbaan : r>ncw. C Wi|.i... D CoiMr M I Harasail, A Walk. i i Jaraaa. c it>n<, < %  jnKn*..-. I J..I1I.-..I, .; Km, .. HMAtrV. I' ll#*v rt. U f-brTlie beauly ,^ 4 aiffjj of Ffriii.'.'i7 cottons. I • "** rxfuui* asBhsj .'.'-. %  / .amlvwi, voikl, S | UaaalosBaBak si* tjtet HIUM .. ffc<-v / ly (Tup ictnuea arUlW. H-i w*. \J nb< Fighting Flares Up (hi Korean Front I : 30 Fighting Itiiri-d up all across tl • 165-mile Korean bultlefnm*. tOda fluid avengi Unlteil Nations infantrymen thrt .. a c.ivuge assault at Chinese Coi II.UIILSIS entrenched on lllg Hart t.... inch, i.i Reds battered the allies back with three Hem coiinear,-itacks. it wag on nig Na l Greek troops were trn... %  %  s,niila\ h'. mlstak'allied air bombing. front -South Korea %  .ITUIIIISIS and dug in • n an unnamed hill which ItOK to d divi-ion held raatafdg] K<>! I launched an immi.iiat.COuntt attack, but were Iteatpn hjiek af'. • tier..lighting. Aclioii i "ii central front east of R where four Chinese platoons u p.aiM by eight Unks at'.i.k..! ..dl gfBM I'nited Nations positi —I'.P. 1 -r *„. u .. -s^/st. i H netra. A lUiku ARHIVAla •r.m rfUKdag %  1 i i i i M mill l %  a ..,l i.. i ,. %  .... ,, J .'. 1 II i V. : %  irmglip lxA.IH. an/as H K..llr> K Kl-Ho. 11 Kn|lr>, • t. HI,. P K-MWv %  Taylor. K VU) Ptonahn ) %  u.i.i*i i*.iv r s-+ l. Prk--. J Abhott h MWh.cl i v %  ••* iiu.tj.4 at I (* Jnl-.i'.uin. g Au'llil M Ami" A I ri u ... J M.-r.. w l PU il it*. H SV.I /. ll.Kml.Mii pmai r**r% aii-> nt/s/at. 'i e. DTD squiM* it < art BTM OtJAtANTtl .( if Atwtys /iv* h* ittr avnir J. | | GEM FOR TO-DAY Wednesday, Itrtebrr 1. 195Z Lansaagr is not anl> ihr vehicle ot llioushl. It u. a rreat and rmeleni instrument III U.IMklll. —.Sir Humphrey li.v Iliamoiitl It in us I OI'IS L. BATI.EV ItolUn l-anr iiuin'puii "line IBTOMIJ in of the Council bocause ne V.J. ?Ll ? STLffi* l"**.*** dls„.„„ n improve ihe amenities of not in favour ,.t "one .-enl ..( th. the haves and the have thedistrtc-. taxpayers' monev being spent ,n bound to lead to %  *>. Talma (L) on resumption Sen a manner' b!e ni feeling on the part moved certain amendments to the Mr Adaaas (L) said ,could of ^dants In the upper area rii-st Schedule In regard to the not lemembcr Jf tha mattar ol when parochial administration Division of the areas to place the the appointment of a person from frilled to provide them with whole parish or Chr.st Church In outside the Councillor* ha similar in, k di lhe Southern District, becauaa he I did not think the richer part of tee, and suggested that the faction "Christ C'lurrh Is lhe only that parish should be added to should be postponed for a short lland in which the the City of Bridgetown, leaving while so that he might check h; sort of affair obtains that one half the other half to "go with hnt in notes. highly developed with tax hand" to the C.overnor-m-Execu. He knew thpractice in Rna> iiotentlai romparnble w th that tlva Committee nkinp fo* Oraats. land was such, but he could not of the meiriT>oiitan area and the In-aid. remember why the Bill was draft"ther hair is as pauperised a? any Saw No Reason ad as it was. <-r the other rural parishes." There was i heated What has happened wa* that ihe He saw no .eason whv City a* to whether the mover of tha public baths and narks as well as politicians should look envmuslv Bill had accepted tin 'he number of scholarships and at the richer part of Christ Church suggested by Mr MotttCy, or the 'he generally high standard of as a means of bolstering the eeonsuggestion by Mr. Adams for the parochial ndmln'stration which oniy of the Ci"y to 'he detriment dMOtoMment f tho Clauac, and •r half would have In eonof the other part %  >[ Chr^i Mr. Mottley praised frji I .unction wtlh th,. Municipality Church. tlon for the amendment to Iput of Bridffatown. would I, denied He felt that if hrv left the The Chairman of Committees 1 part. boundaries as they were, th.., latervened ot ibis itogo, saying WQUld be less cause for vexation, that he wanted to make his poetNo Harm Mr. W. A. Crasrfard (C) urged tlon quite clear In tin* caatter. Ho He said that no hnnn could be that Ihe municipality of Bridgekn>.\ i torn, but he had lOM if the cut re paff lah of Christ town and the southern district seen no rule to the effect, that Church were to remain as part should be *o divided that the lot (here the introduce) ( ,f iitll POST OFFICE NOTICE CHANGE IN AIR MAIL SCHEDULE N.B Existing SelwdulKaabJiuld FTi-i'i/2n.l 0. ."-,:a, be amcii' Mails will be laser! at th '.. :a i.il I'os| Destination Antigua Br. Guiana Br Honduras Crenada luadeloiipc Time D.> 2.00 pm. WtdnMdav 2.00 p.m. Fridy tf 30 a.m. llMMtf 11.46 a.m. Wodimd>> 1.00 a.in Frktay 11 45 am trttm | N i n w. '-letdav n i ., g 9 30 a.m s.unlay U H ir 1 2.00 pm Fik.jf afaifJaJajM Montserrat Time 11.41 a.m. L' (HI ixm. 2 00 p.m. 2.00 p-m. • M a.m. 2 00 p.m. 2 W p.i. • 30 a.m 2 00 p.m 2 00 p.m 'OVALiTrOa' COLOl Ufa the u ai l ial has i n al b w jrtah*-* toolsaa to rha palate, so deUrliMM to Oasea. wheat %  % % %  irainri Miars aad •nargy taadi to Baa> wken work or pl hi aat* lorsa •*• aa rtforr, (u-t i'Y this luMalnlna, iioundiina %  a. It U an Ideal .upptrmoat • %  > the Ught diet pe**>"d 1 Day ha hot %  aailiir but so fractueMK lackaaa to ra.1 assuslshia a' cold la so seatly ahtdV too. Jui Monday rrtdarj Wedne-al.i rrattaj Saturday W -ill." !., i-i.i q Saturday I'm %  .|.is Jus* add It I %  aUk Had sraier, aaad aate theareuablr wtrh a whl.k. oa to a %  hahae. All the taaawr -H baasssl freaa 'Creahtaa' uullLaasar, Has ihl"--who iHH tova au dallctoua, W T sWeaav. aaTV LisJgCwJIasl OVALTINE ^tOlLil IUnrl,lpr.Hl mall I, rloacl an hour llui< unllnarv mall • V4I.TIMH 1IKIITI ^1 I rr I l.ST/JCOA RESISTS THE WEATUEi I'loudburau, scorching sunshine, rxpoeure to all the winds t blow—thay make oo difference to a roof painted with LaatuV> For galvanised 1 asbestos or shingled roofs Laatikon is idea) ; newt fade*, cracks or peals off. Economical and long-ktatii l• tvaiktblc In various colours—ask your dealer about ii Phone 452S LASTIEON MADE BY BERBER PHINTI THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. While Prk Rnarl. Bi-Wgi'llwn ON SALE AT ALL HARDWARE S/TORES GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—A f nU



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1 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER I, i3J HAKRAIMls AIlVOCATF. 1'ACr. FIVE HOUSE PASS INCOME TAX RATES No Increase Proposed E^ WEDDING RICHARDS—GILL 'nil! passed without I \ ior the yejr Tht I >liows;— %  ineer Met .If. K Limiting Agenda For Death By Molasses Chamber Misadventure v Of Commeree On Thursday %  > September i %  t St Crprtam Churvh. Mr. Timothy Hicham, Bd lira Rupert tand* fiutt 4M do. •Jt. ** do. 1JW dp. do. : •). *o do. J**> do. do. do. IMU Motor nwl "Studonl % %  %  • %  • iiiuniiTi-i!! % %  .n-,v,-a CrifBth. Acting Police Coroner of corusLgmd to W S Monroe %  submitted by n > lon ""? |J1 "* headdress of ,... ^....„. Di.lrel "A" when Ha) Inqui:. 00 U D0 r | .%  ., % % %  OH UM ,.>: %  : ..,: if •* %  %  1 %  ...-I....-and long ^ •" %  %  into the cucumstances surround. mo laaaea. al strike*, and the fluctuati %  i :i ing the death of 25-year-old VlnMr. George Leaves Itarclays Hank ter 17 ieara me before the House with 1 ^* n ln ** r on lhe Schi.-iier Raine-y.ar development plan which "•* N tl wm found by lhl Harboui • port bet* 1 veil al apphqu. d chlflonnct wu i'i ba lime of the COJI 'he gift of Miss Gweii I II.OM I Mr. 0, II Ada*** (LI who tock centlan engineer Hynford Paynter ,,„. ftdvocaii laatMliaij thai if • •tasod, arc alto set Brooklyn. New York. She carried harge of The Bill said that the * concluded yesterday. Ull Uk r< ls .^mulc-tcd and th * a bouquet of radiance roses, ami Government proposed shortly to _„ T f_J?> .**g? lc %  _ % %  veather is tavOarabS bs) %  <* %  'ol%  "" %  % %  •" lar *frtday and tow : 1 mended by Miss Brcn I. WUK'tF.AS taw) Eoiinom.c s,uart as tnud--.fli-n.mr who ol the majority ... the worc %  dr * of colour. The islands of the Caribbean repeatedbrldetmalda. Misses Patricia and the 11.52 1> dlsruptod Q) illeKal JIKI or Angela Gill, cousins of _^tnptoti • ctaaa on "'"l Monica Greaves. The usher* t declare th 9mt m n,m examination on DurHl| UM paal two dan, pnj "' Mr J**ph Hop.' and Mi. — body of the deceased on Sepit] •.mi being made t u %  Tup "mes wlthoui the sppr..\.il ,>[ UM C **!"* aP*t al "Inch Marlowe". 1 cuisMarable low to all Silver Sands come live-year development plan which f^T "was round oy tn,Harboui Saturdav fy, St Johu'i would ent.ii'. apt nu-ieh schemes *T oU cc f OBlln ln lhc Careenage on „. for cxpenJiture dunng the next September 25. It wss fished out IOADS SUGAR: After 47 tears Ave years, but schemes for raisnd taken to the Public Mortuary — tng revenues for the next live ,,_ „ r .,„ w „. w Shipment abroad < Mr. C. C. George, local duector >. expenditure. ^.PtJS* V" to who .P*rtnrm.d lugar crop U nearing of Barclays Bank (D.C and O.) He *:ii.. he would :10m that in-tiiulion yeswhat Government proposed to do .„ mh -_ ", erving for a .r.od by -y, -^.add^ -Jjgtfa^g^A*" There was no fracture of the cii--.il. ikuH but both lungs showed some Loeriea haullna UIMF fmm iKa. result hauling sugar : of 47 years and 7 months. He lion, bu: honourable number) has been succeeded by Mr. G. G. would * 'hot with the five_ Money who has already taken up year development plan proposed. „„,„ ur f,„ haemorrhages In ,," l' •"•' his duties. %  ..v.rnment had been careful to hu „„„,,„„ dMlh w ^ due ,„ •' Mr. Georg. expecu to sette In lemember that the last four drowning. Gilbert Marks, captain „, ',„,!;" Batb.do. where he resides at >>-'. ' %  •" '•-' of the Sch.,ner KalXbav. M said "Uplands.upper Christ Church, in thai sUUsUra ovir the last that on September 23 he and On Saturday afternoon. Mr. %  '' century have shown that the the deceased left the schooner Money gave a farewell cocktail l^ohd could expect one bad and went to Chapman's Lane and party at the Bank House, Pine W" ' %  "• uu t that they had had some drinks. He left the deHill m honour of Mr. and Mra. oc * a lh,t Md ,,,r ,or •"• • cxud at Chapman's Lane and on Ol lhe i 0 George when pre'entations were three yean • *; BE I .1 GovernJ|>| Boillb-T Cj-I'llll'S "' U^e itunl be approached f/Hh a view sugar is being loedld Into Ill-Hof Introdu on wher. Ifiinffll %  ITnilln ll .,„., doa. „..i .,i,ea,i> mm, for UllOIIH IIU IftHorii The flnal shipment from U..;n making il an of' Dados will depend on the imped] rwaM fM am strike to be called space available on 1 U dthout going through lhe proHONOI.L'l.r. BfBl new unofllclal Uans-I*l are expei*led Hi September 24 he heard Ilia! fjw ",' "" ^V, -t-*—'."' •.';". %  Uiiilnl made to them, subscribed to by Mu.1 Conaider Carefully deceajed was mlrtn. The de"^ h '| "^ u>SSSSS! vJuvfeS ,e bomber" which He. member, of the M of !he b nk's The.efore informulating a plan r "><• hext live years. Governm !" "!>* *'*<• %  <* of the v " ,J ..tl v n, ,. a feat ire • on %  West Indies, British 0 '•" %  could never assume thai alnbow M told the court thai h,pog, REPAIgS sau and Behre. British Honduras, every year would produce a ^'w'ho deceajed. On Scptem_ IS^ ctaSSnut? The hlga, B • Mr. Gcorfo was bom on June bumjier nop. Government in Its , r a about 10 p.m. he was ailThe Harbour Police launch ,1 llirkam Air share* Plas. JO. 1887 al Asan lh.refore to consider carefully or lnr "alnbow M whwi he saw on Monday CV.I.III* by the Govunccrt.unl> as to whellicr or not rtlsrht over the r. 1909 during which time he re'he question of taxation, and It lUiv—T 1 coming townrds the eminent crane. the figures are being compiled Air Force Rase i Ba, -•, ceived hi' education at Sexes was decided that the rate of lax%  *oone.-. The launch will undergo Its corrcctlv. Major James E. Bauer 33. at school, Uruton Somerset and aU on this year would remain the ,h .^XL !" *. ,nr mt,c helped yearly cleaning, overhauling and BE IT BESOLVEO that Governcommand of the big bomber worked In the Banking Depart•" %  • was last year. It did Sif. IIST"..? ff* "!. "" "'"' %  Painllna;. n< requesied to set up in drsrnbed the Innn distance hop „ mpnt of Messrs Thomas Cook no mean lhat therefore in the A m V' himself went to each West Indian Island a permaa "routine tralnln !UuT SL fronT Januar^ 1905 ~o %  ' "v. yeara. the rate would Vi.Un,'m'the ,,.rr!* "" d **"* d aA njW TOWIOBT: „,„, Commmee to study and adIxlirs. 23 minute, "a. Fcbruarv 1906. He later Joined %  %  ">' Particular celajory rerul-i """"* !" "" " m The Lodu Rodaeu will He sail^f on lhe fluctuations from lime %  unolTlclal record th. Colonial Bank, now Barcays <>>' %  "#, or go up or go down ON El BOND ,„, Ton^hV at Ik. ..Vlo. k for "' !" ''" "'cos. of living In each! an Alrfor, Bank (DC. and O.I in London '" any patllcutar category In any B ermuda Boston Halifax mid un *"" ^.^^_ OB February 2S. 1907. '' J ""L~,J."I„"'* Wf 5 1 Mr K-A. McUsad. Montreal via lhe British N, ,tli-m HE IT Fl'KTHKIt RSSOtaVBD nds. |ba| lhe right t., advise on all f.l In SPECIFY EVEHITE" ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND TURMLL ASBESTOS WOOD. parta "Mr"GWge"m"veu m Jamaic '" l, '' l >'"* '" w with the Hvo Pll MaRlslraic of District "A" 1 Iifan.^. I UM rll .HKI .• ICarch 9, 1909 where h?*•** .,"' %  %  Government might .yesterday placed Harold Foster ,.,„.„..„, I„.,I lhe Uink'i branch nnd ,I c,r callinn upon the Ux<23) of Passage Road. St. Mlcha-I OfT DRV IMK'K: attUx .mini! out to liar^y 0 th<* Island to finance n a bond for six months in the —rr _, ,_, Atn-iuhiur the maatlna aa -*-ber I 1909 lie ""•"• whlc h "•* %  *"ol be ium of £2 for staallng six pieces Th "* *J *(cordo Arin. !" 'X, uTrtE J K. x..ctly the same as last year. He of umber the property of J. B. " off dry dock £tfttl*ay gS aL£& Guu a. Hvt R. said that .-:o that honourable ^ie & Co.. Ltd. morning, nfte, undergoing ex.j^J"' ^ M t \\ l jj. %  'w^i %  nembers could undfrstand the *"* offence was committed on w-u-ive repairs. This veaael u ; ( u m>Z+*^ — /i .--. Government's position, otherwise September 29. The lumber was arrived in Barbados %  ci that thev had valued at 8/4 her 6th from Mart In Gilbert Headlev worfad "iiii there before bad os on Dec also worked Vincent and July 1914. He went home on Rule:-. Wa.irli- I OMS I.. BAVU.V Boltun I...T., in Trinidad, St. Thomas until long leave on a German boat a nd arrived in !L, m gh ,' 5* UT-_I....^ ..._._ ia •*.. J — * '' saying Hamhurif. August 4. 1914. the d..v World War 1 wai declared, and after some episodes, reachetl England through Denmark mi August 13. 1914. Mr. George again **rvad In to come ,_ i, h thm 1915 to 1917. M I a tat os ManaRrr. St, LUeia from 1918 —1920. was Assistant Inspector Should Not Interfere for th. P. W.I. from 1920—1922. H> • lid that Gov 1 fli.a DnlllJl a-S-1 -< n >llF It that thi T*.to I'daaant %  OUIIKUIWII, .ill. \i. m. Lfm\ bom, on SeoWn,*** C P> Stephenson (Jamaica); ''ri..^" "' H. A. C Thomas (Barbados); U.cy had received The'Rcp^rTon %  %  lao placed on' %  "bond" for "<** %  After guing on dock, it was which was based lhe Five-year s x mon,,, by lhe same Magistral.' discovered that the materia pUMBt programme, and yet wrun e pleaded guilty yesterday required was not obtainabK-. th.-v could do now w.v. of stealing 20 pounds of iard from ,. ^ ... -, tSm >Ph'rin Bakery on September 30. n ll! ADJOl'RNED Captain K. Earle Hughes (I ada); Mr. Owen D. Brisbane (St. neant); Brigadier A. S. Mavrogordalo, Mr. Wlllard G. Grant. .Mi. Arthur C Hale. (Trinidad). The .nemco, CB"i,'SKXTn'V^^^'"-'-^-^''' %  "" Acont in New York from 1928.ture. probably within the 1931 .ml Manager, Trlnldnd from week, but until thin, they did His Worship Mr. Q. B, 19)1 IMI when he retired mi not think that lhey should Inter-mill October 12 June 30. 1947 be. was npno'n.ed fere with the rates of Income lecnl Director in the British tax. We.l Indies from that date until ll was true that It might be NAr ,. mA r ,„„. yeslenl... suggested that the public who ?*"'*'• C AOggg From IMI 1941 FA George pay Income lax should know well n r A S Ashl.v nerf.irme.1 n w.-is ,. -, Oonml-tooe, „• CurE^d what the tax propropeS'snarieln Ji.lSn.Tto'orr'the rencs for Trinidad, jaU ^Owmrntj, were so body of 82-jcar-old l^norn Watt., i.t lhey might be able to proof My Lords Hill, Si Michael MAIL NOTICES IT' £2 tV yC r b ""' ne bul yesterday and nltrlbuted death lo reiMll. nuilUaB he f. It |hg| evcrson,. would natural causes namely cerebral M.il. i„ s, : ll ,.„., "PPreclale lhe fact thai propar..haemorrhage. r. tUDI .for a vi-;.ear-c;ev..l..|imenl Walls was admitted to the ,-. Mslt. .. ^ Z'tL !" U""""", "' o oneCrtneral Hospiul on Septen.bor 29 io ~-i *'^P evonomy. was not a matte: from her home about 8,15 !" M-.K" <• %  nich could be dealt with orbut died th "" W Will he rln.rti ul the O'Til night. Dm ri^£??JSr3£ Si I-ABOfB.HN.D passed In all its stages. ssj of the Antigua, St. I Ariat had to -iwait the •.'oniplt',.,„,.. .,.., •.. KinI 1 ,.I,.I.I„. hnv* Hot, of repai, ... lh. Dss^oo.1 :T„r;.^, SlSsfflT %  hid. Stanley Paul el V"' S "" o "' M "" %  %  •'" Dominica aovsast irw SSZJT %&& BaBilmil ii i-t.' Adviser lo Colonial Development %  ijSj43Si*5 Seno? •c.'Sino' X3i* ". """ %  * " lnd.es. Orimth nntlve of St. Thomas In the VlrOther Haoorarv member:, atgin Islands. He is the only tendin.; will IKMr. A. E. V. Barton or the Wist India Committe. being of SpanInc.; Mr. W. Fergusaon. United j ish origin. The vessel, which Kingdom Trade Commissioner raflawrad In Panama, is used Jamaica. Mr. A. H. Starek. Unite*) Fashionable SHADES For Ladies to Suit very Costume. Millie will, aitt JSS inKE" h ESS^SH s3 i i Oflle* • .inder: I t II moor %  attar, issa Mirtlti^utGuarle1 I %  ("l "%  11 I 8.B. OtlomblF will be closed nl lhe "•%  I Port OA.ee %  • uidtwi — I rl renlitrred Malta al 3 p m end Ordinary Mali %  i %  %  ni tin mr -lili OctoLer. ISSS BM Sstn .1.1 i.erlo4-d at tn>: %  1 same day about 4.20 jl"^ in cattle-trading. I NOERGOINU REPAIRS The i ho.iuei FIM.'NI.. at berth near the Cantnl F-HIIIdry'n dockyaid. is at pnaassl undergoing internal repair*. Carpenters were at w-a day repainting the crew's quarter*. The schooner is consigned to the Owner** A*?"" %  .% %  ,.! I %  House Amend 1939 G &W. Act i a The Motor Vessel Blue Star is ——~— %  also undergoing repairs at it* Hi* Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn. berth near Liverpool I*no. Magistrate of District "A". While painters are at work r— iJl.T. n,ie lL 8 -> e r-old pointing the ouUlrie of the vrsw-l William ThompMn of the labourer NVI'.-n Sure! s: Michael £2 to the deck be paid in seven days or one month's imprisonment with hand The HOUM ot Assembly ycslerlabour for wounding Police CoaS*^-A MI> al^pa, iJSS.Tfi ? y , T^, *, BUl • tncD '"' i k " %  • stable Athelston Cumberbatch on |M -. IT, -r. m CaD e 4 v/ireloas Act. 1W19, and hla head. i i tZjS?, ,*',.! g,vm lhe Govcrnor-in-Executive The offence was committed on ..o-td ., th. committee power to llx the overSeptember 10. Sgt. Alleyne who *i Mail ai ii i' < iM,iuii.ifirii..n *cai telegraph rates to Commonprosecuted for the Police gave I wealth and foreign destinations. '">>ic* of appeal. Thompson also ,crda y P*ed a Hi Mr. F. U Walcott who moved appealed. S.MO to meet the ci arc engaged In cleaning 83,580 For Cohl Of Living Index i %  at 3 p . %  THE House inks Ly U 'I be clo,d el the General Ortre m Parcel H and Ordlnaiy Maila al > p tn. today, 1 Oclob.-r, IM2 the second reading of the Bill said '^^"ir'SecrX^Val: Vlmt fr. Rraacker Th^ new Co 1 %  CM il ul Km for coat Of of Living Index. In Touch With Barbados Coat to I Station %  %  Hie fulIo,.r,s ssi .%  • tiuousti their B*r%  n !i. ar lnCroaSCS 'e ,' Cre J ul 'i ineU Press .xneWn7ng' appbeants in the Overseas Telegraph Rates the Bahamas Police Force. I Ron. from Commonwealth territorte*. The question reads; — He explained further that the I. la Government aware of an M. aa a.ite u is .mendment to DM Act would advertisement which has appearr i1V," 55 "bvlate the necesrlty for a Bill to P' >n the Local Press calling lor %  : mend the Schedule u. the Act applicants for the Bahamas Police • s TaiuLjor, as. oberon. aa. whenever the r ,.-. w-:e aCered. Fo f cc '. Maisaalbe. *. Loide w. %  r MeHUe* (l SUDJ<> 2 Is H a fact that the Com1 SnJLtt ment C^h,ch g ,rr'„ v'.rnor ,„3*rS.i^V'i^lJirTaT Psiuna-es. s*. ine mMIt b F wh lch !" Governor-mPo lce Forcr IIJt 1tfklnf advM( KarU rauu. Executive Commit tee was given | ar ,,, „* •,„ .H-tinntli s offer, the power to fix the rate., ud b y this adv. rmiintf iged that the authority for llx.ng 3 If the ;a we, 0 No 2 aa. pho. a*, those rales should rontlnue to in the ataflrnativ*, amouni is a revote of 'he unexpended btJancc at 31st Maieh, 1952 r th, ,1 1 vidarj iii.ii' tn tSUpplementary EstlmaU-s tltSl-H, 'o >nnectlon with cker tabled a" question rela]"< Processing and tubulat „n of to an advertisement in the he ma ** rla .!*h.ch is bai for the Colonies that the Ovcrseiis Telegraph Ratefrom the wealth £F£ZJr*2SS£Z „„'uie y o>TSly m Sr'7 a' T i=S~-I-S Wants To Know At yesterday's meeting of the pared locally by th | University College of the West Indl determiti.it.. g .t f Living Index Kingdom Trade Commission. Trinidad; Mr. .Max Palm.! Cflgkainment Trade C'oniml*%  ika; Mi. c. H. Stollinever. H.W.I. Trade Com111 Canada. A Polaeh will be Secretary to the Congress, •* ANQJMIH Q-EftlCO Ckiail.ll C. Lid.. Mvawodi. Rfl Behe. S S P.wi J-baen. S SHININC IXAAtni tea?t/wie£4 Thara*i always a claan hygienic fragrance ID every room waare ihn 8-M-O-O-T-H Puta Ceaaruer is used. Pots, Pins, and Iilcs.Su.k*. and Faint *of respond quickly to it* u*il%  V — than* not a acraich la %  iseaMmlala of Qkarnico. youfioMyM''* Ith lhe House. Tha Bill was however 'i .'hour di.tcnt. tent make It i'ai passed Commissioner laal HARRISON'S — BROAD SliH K-l AKIM. NOTICE. OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS ARE REQUESTED TO NQTETHAT OUR STORE (ALL DEPARTMENTS) Will III CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 1ST AND 2ND OCTOBER NB. Payment* Will Be Accepted And *^I Receipts Issued On Both Days. HARRISON'S ^t^^rr



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ro BARBADOS ADVOCATE WHIM SDAi ix 11.1:11: i. mz £W6 Calling I infht t K TW aa* n Day" %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  >. <""' "'''*' M o SILL < % %  I i u son anil • t'*>k place n %  r pupil of 1 4 UppVr tU. /. /.. Iiiniiliiil > [ .'. J i. M \l I'MIKl M •'• %  mt( tin intransi am Jamaicat. Wl ... over tin himr bj %  \nniittl I (. %  .'/ %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  fommmlhto Ri-turn M R H HAMPION and Mi** . .. rl visit lo F.ngluii l < i \ ( .., Jamaica krnd. > i.n/ >'.rwi U..** M ISS MAKJOIUE BLA( KMA-: now back homa front I -ti week holiday i thai and M Twi'iilyfirsi Birthday O i %  i hold a The I* ur 'X their la iKhU i, twaartj%  %  %  her innny happy %  %  in n a I S^n-i-ily /ffrfn H ER n. ill be glad lo hoar thai Miss Leith Huslumds wl at Dr. I Imu. has had a miccessuperatlon and 1 i T proving pupil h Amcric.in Tobacco Co.. Lid, Sluyt'd Owr M ISS RACHAEL EVELYN returned home by BWIA. •mlad over the ITfafeaWL s.. i.-taiy lo Mrs. A. L. Stuart and is also a member or iliville Dull itiie S.hm.1 i I M i stayed over for %  < hort holiday as the gUMl A Hon V. 1 L MHK To rmtt M RS .1 E COZIER and her two .hildt.n wi-uUaODf UW I lenving Ihe island by H.W.I.A. on Monday morning via PlM rtrj Rlop en route to 11 I BMM to reside. Thf Iliumuml Family M |H l> O R A IBBERSON, CB.E. Social Welfare Adviser for Development and Welfare in the West Indie* returned to Ihi astand <>ver the weekend after paying a four-day v Idt lo Trinidad HI -. tbtMraao addressed a pub-j I undet the auspices or lite Home and FaroiK Week •i. She also attended, Kit Conference on Ihe approach to| work and organisation of Home and Family Week. The Home and Family Week Committee consisted of represen-j tatives of all the Protestant j denominations. GJnV '•'/' Sa'* rpHE Btf Street Girls' Club will I hold a sale this afternoon at 5.00 o'clock at the Club Room, Ba] street. It is hoped Ihat tha public will give their support and M help a worthy cause. There is gji annual appeal for funds for the running if these Clubs which lakes the form of a ialTle which now is In progress. This club means a lot to the girls and provides them a health* atmosphere in their leisure hour* The articles for sale consist of w .irk done by ihe girU and boyi k'temselves and it is their desire to >how the benefit* in yearn lo come. *y ^oSTARS* ] NULLITY AND DIVORCE Do You Understand what Precisely is the Distinction? 0 'eon "null* be inane ; v. nothing thai for nullity." n reUtea ona under .,ny other contract, user* In terms Without whicii n toot iti v ii 1 to rousummaV not. In Canon 0 ily; inr.iT*e Case Of Jane of nullity led lo cover othr %  -.. ily arguable, fl i S insanity In tha 'lie fait to John, Li plausible thai ihe marled on tin thai if John hsc. by CANON DUDLEY SYMON known tins innimbi not ha** : her. Hut it is quite %  difTerent sltuai'Hit It an-t aueea lo lake the rl-k. thouga Sir Alan, <(#.. m—i .•/ ..... % % %  former*, thinks ih>t \h* wm.u from tha VOW, according 14 Sn Alan, should probably run ... follows: *i. John, i.kc thee, Jam (providing no grounds tot nullity shall subsequently be fOund I exist), for my wedded wife, to haw and to hold (mm this dny tii for batter "iiy. nthieet lo all the opporlunitio* I divorce that are at prescn'. -w miy lieir.itli-i be provided b* Aet of Piirliament." The Line And what a raKt ol i at Bk i idled ti iiiknik. and tha % % %  %  i* opanad up by the words that Sir Alan quotes wilh approval: %  HIVIMI' is a release from mi>fuitune.*' He will say. no doubt, that Iho Mad ..' • >n I.H fortune" hi plataa is unfaithfulness, blalant cruelty, and the llker hut whc i" he going to draw Ihe line, ml who entitles him to dmw one anyway ? II may be a far smaller "misfortune" for a woman to have married an unfaithful husband than n consistent v moan one. The Baby It is becoming increasingly elenrer that there is no half-way house (or quarter-or three-qunrter-way> between Ihe Christain D of marriage and that of a contract terminable at will by either of the parties concerned. After all. my -'misfortune" may 00 OJUltO obvtOlal during Ihe honeymoon and If there are any children the Welfare State will look attar them. 1 expect Sir Aljn knows Shaw's play "Getting Marrii-i." when two couples settle down t" draw up a reasonable kind of contract and And Ihat ll goes all to pieces In the attempt. Thai, it seems to me. Is what S.r Alan Herbert and his friends are doing with marriage. Theii %  TO of the best and their charily is undoubted, but the baby, who is already, thanks to Uiem. half way out of Ihe bath, will soon disappear with the rest nf the water. lauiper comment!: Readers should note lha( Canon Law Is not the tame as Statute Law In thai It Is Ihe |0B of the land that irllful refusal hy either spouse to consummate a marriage Is (/round for a decree of nullity. —L.E.8. Look in the section In which your birthday comes and And what your outlook is. according to the stars. ror Wednesday, October 1. 1952 —Stars in favourable aspect for propoa.d> Hot is within your sphere of ability. Take things carefully, don't try more than you cao do. Be moderate, sensible. %  } —Slow down, slop driving yourself; you will accomplish as much and be In better J*> health. Effort* in dealing with the public %  hoiilil advance. —By yielding only lo intelligent advice you can hasten good action, improve plans. Once set. push forward in your intelligent, * %  tenacious manner. * *, —Don't pour out energy on non-essentials, ** conserve it wisely. Excellent day for every.'ay duties. Be urged lo standardise high quality "f work. W * '*• %  • -liuipiring opportunity for professional -t and busineiw activities, if you watch ** economics. Only cover an area where you can operate without stress. v • • *V —Not unfriendly for money matters, if you exercise patience and attend yital yL tasksfirst. Cooperation pays dividends in ** little as in high stakes. • • —Should you find disturbing elements, don't back down. They can be countered by your natural talents. P.M. especially ^ favours personal affairs. • • • —Indications point to new gains for both 3*> business and personal matters.. Don't be timid taking on what seem big leads or tasks. i*. • • • —You can make considerable headway: unexpected surprises likely. Don't let doubt ^ or pessimism cloud clear vision, good common sense. ^Bgarcb 21—April 20 tAOTDI £ April >I to M. j 20 # UEMINI M.y 21—Jw 21 .W Aag 29—ipt 23 CANTO* Jin 22 July 20 Lao jair at—An. at % RE-OPEHING THURSDAY CLOSED FOR STOCKTAKING TODAY. WEDNESDAY RE-OPEN INC TOMORROW A. BARNES & CO.. LTD. LIBRA Sept. 24—Oct 23 1CO1H0 Oct. Jl N.i 22 •AU1TTAUUB NOT. 23—Doc. 82 CAP&XOORN -Be on guard that personalities don't Dec 23—Jan. SI conflict with plans and action. Promote your Ideas, but avoid excesses. Be yourself! • • —You may receive benefits through past rfood deeds. Investments, astute plans. Closer personal attention to your work and business will increase profits. Romanc" rates. * —Sane optimism essential. If understanding is okay, you .can advance in many endeavours now. Launch action early as ^ possible and keep Interested in effort. YOU BORN TODAY: will make noteworthy sacrifice for others, are level-headed (highly prized In emcrgenrtes|. •arx Libra is guided innately by noble motives, and records show on imposing list who have achieved in remarkable ways for good uf others. You work, think best in harmonious surround.fsr ings. Don'l enpres, feelings loo blunth' This is the birthuaie of many noted reformers and artists AQCAjUUi Jan 22— Tub SO PICE8 Feb. 21--March 20 ,!•.. "Oh plj*' DBM *nd tea ihit. loo." h* BBII -.s %  s aeaag "i ii"-' -(* tven Itowrcri *hi I m tut. -r- f** h'. Befort Bat ihi irtaet u!I hun bk. "I've g.-i ammih.ng IIM> thai *i noi h*if he MVI n> .ltin*e .^ice. "Did you •* %  CJiirumjii im vo" 'hat sprv ? w ". k>ok whit I've found. There are peichei growing on ih* elm itee ind ffjpe* on the osk. Thcie *i -ie quite beiond m I Eddie (Cantor I fas A Heart Attack HnU.YWOOD. Ciliforni., Sept. 30 Comedian Eddie Cantor sufTcrU heart attack", his docllor at Cedars of Lebanon hospital r.v.; Tueaday. Hospital atIssndanta raportad th.ii the 60. imedian is restlnn comfoi-tiibl> .iii.L his condition is "tun aliiiiiiing". Cantor"! physician pointed out however, th.it "any he.m ailment potantlally is serious" although he loo said he was not alarmed over tha lymrstorna. The doctor said Cantor would stay in bed for %  Ai.k fur thorough rtst and complete checkup". Listening Hours ***** + *.** - EXCLMJ8MVB FIGHT PLUS THE NEWEST fit Ti III S! TARZAN FILM' .I ithe ItiiiK—Not Just Kinysidr—for This Specliuular Itoxhtu Contest Between The World's OuUlaWdiafl Meii\yweii;lil Unttlers. Chnmpion JKKSKY .'i.l WM.fOTT nnd His .\ RR re><.*i, r Challen R er ROCKY MARC1AN0 Tha ThrilliuPlgM IM..t.-.. |: i il KMB Ever; Conccivnble An-.'le' i p n\ Thr New*. 110 pm TJW Srt*lre. 4 IS p m TniT'anlil H" lo Briuin. 00 p in T\,r.inlm. 1 nl Intoiludr. S in p in ll>|by !* f ..II Ti 13 p m Souvenir* of Mum. > in Sndtl.li M-ir* ri('li'K.r. S 41 p m SpC*< Hound-up Si PmrimmPindr. 7 00 p Nf.i P-oi BOTTLER'S. (BDOS) LTD.i a L o // E TO-DAY 4.45 A H SO A Till KSItAV 4.45 A n.3 nut HI *% oi muio Lena Von BsHsM IHwnm .' HORNE — JOHNSON — WILLIAMS POWELL — QUARTET — AND — MSVflRl S I III I I Ricardo MONTABLAN S..ll\ PORBSBT orantra nuiui, V III Mill M.I MIMI 11 -Mil I \\. BRIIHN I \l: I III \ M:i IS II I.-I I, \|;-. ( ulili: I I I I' Ml I II. II A I'nrs ALL AT MALI' I'BII I 1 T. R. EVANS WHITFIELD s YlH 1[ HBOC STORE TIIONK 4220



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winsiNiiu OCTOBER i ltd BARBADOS: ADV.M ATI i'M.i SEVBN HENRY BY CARL ANDCRSON CLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES •*m*0>**. *" TV Si* €• • COC 4"w -+IMOJ ABOUT MIGHT WCV.3 C* -? \**. i BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG KC*L' C i : %  '%  %  I DAV.-WE\E BEEN WL^rfiNG LIKE GALL £> SLAVES 1 TLASH GORDON PLONDlE PCOV SEO ) -_~-JL-^ ro KEBP'Hc r-,-"Y access, US BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS J T(Tvit-i& TO BTEGA:N HIS 10' HMER UMLAUT L0S r*REClOU$ COUNTERFEIT PLA'ES.' [ BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS Al Wat, the ideal. fMMlMB Bib Bf I I • I id. \n,.-l Pan -ni-...tli. .m in an ,.|.ni! Vu'll adoM ilnwafl ni. iml unli-mi .limit mm -km, an4 Mb. I...HIi — % %  • 11— i' i ii. M %  ii Las* .1 ^ %  wml) mail. ton " %  fa i -. bun IN anarhv ahadea-houta••> I Itii, mi i. I. >nl H "Arui't IW," III itentoanlina: (••* fued right MO V I Ban HBWI lilllr |>ull, ia %  lutuif >viU Tbere'i Holland l<> apill or |K>II >uui %  Gland Discovery Restores Youth In 24 Hours Huffai*m (THB %  of vl,"" %  "•*" ' body. Imp %  fallina mermiry. and "ho ara M *M • urn-nut bafora th-lr ilmiIH be dallntad l Irani af %  n*w %  arr by an Amrrbnn .1 i This nia dla.oiiry makes H BOB-'. alMa I* uUI.-kly and M-IIV I Bur to |T..Ur R lar.l anil I! ii'h. pura bfood, t" Kr*f>a-than r"W i Ind and imUMJ and fal %  %  ...vary bl.-h Ii I — %  i.tauant. MM % %  !. %  taka < .' •• %  al II la >...„.n-ly him. !'• %  an' i .' %  %  -i' >j KNIGHTS LTD. § *',*,+,**•,• %  %  •.'.',:'-'.'.' %  WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING TO-II AY WEDNESDAY 1st. OCT. N.E -Our Lumber Yard and Syrup Store will be open as usual. BiANIWWG A f.. lilSL JOINT PAINS Sudden itmbt or crippling stiffness Wh-n h.-Li-y-. K'uw tlnggiah iird toning up yitn (ITI danEn aigiutla. Joint and muacla paini are one o< Ihnn I h>y i.wan that yom htdnrya are tailing to do Ibcn piopcr job winch ia lo filter harmful unK itiea away from thr lyatrm. Witfa PUIa am apeoally prepared to qitukly PHtMl kidneys to nonnal ,u iivity. By actuif[ diietlly nu alugKiali kid neya they Ui kle our of the (oininon caiiara nf joint pains. The impurities whu h he given rise to your suffer inl •"* ^ t Irared out of thr aytem and I pains ornw Irss *% a natural %  1 .omrqacmr. Try DeWilts > Pills youiself. They may be mst what you need to bring bleaaed relief. i<-t a supply from your inemist today. OUR GUARANTEE De Witt* Pdli manufattured under mu tly hygienic i ooditMMis and the ingredients cooloti' lo ngid standards of purity. DE WITT'S PILLS for Kidney and Bladdei Troublai MOCAU CHRISTMAS CARD COMPEIHIDN %  utii %  %  'M 1 ...i I r.ip litio.i. the %  ,,,. i 'rie 'AdvOBtto 1 and cards e*fl II CardB < i...ititmg, drawinil. photographic, c-tc. I.u1 all caida must be original work. I |l.,i Indian or West Indian laYl Ai.irh Will liulu.l. H %  D s.e„nd-*20M; Thlrd-HO.OO; and two < U Ihe Advotale SUIIonery and U .r ll the Barb . All I THE PHANT BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES VfasAjJlnBceW CrO* ^% C *-• &f f' ~~~' )-*• = IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HE RE "SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE TUESDAY TO WEDNESDAY AT ALL BRANCHES PI \M T lll'TTKK TOMATO SALCK IIIIIMII MUTTON Tin. (iKAI'KS MAC CHKKSK Tills e;ii.Bi:vs WINK Unudlj i,l IK .711 :;l ll IM %  :,\s s :,„ M .1.1 ::II 2.73 l.l./IMKMI IV l'K.. i \l I II I ..UI J S -M m:i SHI i. si-Kin is •• %  : II \s HI \l h 1 I KH iNTM •" 1 Mil Kl \s |r. lb. PI vi I pr. lb. JJJ I'll) sslNS pr. i.k GBAFTED OBANOES .. iirh APPLES I.V. per lb. M-ltKOT JAM 2-lh. Tin. "*. Mi I il\ (,l\(.l It JAM Mb. TinH* I'l WITS Tins MC D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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IT 9 it-Sh -at WATS" swain us* m\i: rtiRiNT rniauTM %  %  "•Iddawa ataidi on 19.990 aq .1 erloaed r. hetla**. wllh .i vi* .... i %  nCTKIBng <<" %  •' %  > law* >. .... .... ,. j running wi i..m With U..I.I%  Tliaea ia • U-iH In I.Inrn lupoor II %  ningin II. ai.d all the loom illt*d an ennr" ii>w*r i-ilnt.. and uioowi are fllt*d wllh luioda and I 1 .srounda. and H.-I as the imund \ uad*e-n""t •"'>•! r aoe aah HUD „ mdej u.^ loti, i ; p.i.. i %  i tinFranit taatb ... ..r ^ the h U ..Her n>* i i ^r initrter partlr. 1 .!> %  apply W: K. CATTOBD a i AUCTION nnw Wiu-ii Gold U.ng if 7. W. Wairh .', Ring (Jold Ring Gold MM Goart Rkng Ciuld Ring rjoU Nrckiet ft Cn Uidioa I i,nl.I Ring i Ring Gold Men. Ring Gent\. C W. Watch Gold Netklni Pti Gold Man. Ring (.-nil Ring Hold Stone Ring H r;oid Ring Gold Pin Gold Signet Ring Gold SiKiie: Ring lUoVdRlnaW Gold Stone Ring Dee lM. Ring A .'. itch %  I'-TTI Ring .catict %  %  Gold Stater Ring Gold Ring A I I M I '(in Wnich Chain Hold Ring ''Wi 2S.I Brooch Gout'H <; Walcfa OOM Tie Slide C IT"-T OalrJ HIT I Gold Bioai %  Gold Ring I Gold Mcir Ring Gold Ring 2 Gold Ejin(n Gold Signet Rine. Gold MenRing OoM Ring 2 Gold Rine. mi. 36184 %  11601 41819 11625 11658 >I667 I 11661 UMd 41685 (1709 41734 11746 11753 11836 41858 8181 3198 %  38J66 IM10 38841 'M i, 38401 W GoM Ring Gold Bangli *.e.+|nr. 2 Gold Ring." KG \V Gold Ring Gold Signet Ring Gold Signet King Hold MM Sewing Machine Gold Stenei H\"K Fluores.eni Lamp CAtT'efTCItANlCS. PEFiaoMAL CAR aBBVICOrd and CAB DRIVING POItTH l SCIKNCg and I-li Hlit aPCAKINO Commence Wadneaday. October • Aak lor detatlo al M %  "" fllreet %  Second rioori Mi door The CIVIC Va 19M J8I36 4 Gold Ring*. 2 O Co d'rrinr-. Cud Neckl:. and Croas. Gold Ring Gold Necklace Gold Signet Ring Otnt'B ROW WBtcri Gold Ring Gold Ring Genl i Hii Poekaft Wui n and chum Gold Ring G Id King Gold Ring Gold Rine 34f.(W 14493 I4U4 M a • 14574 !4i1 %  Ml,!.. M67I Msa 14727 I47M S97I.8 "i 'IV'.'.. Ml, 8*849 T:M. m 11 3SH7-. ii...;'. 34762 3477 !\ 34793 34B04 84840 3I87A 14925 34951 1 Vit 1 %  gaMI 35115 3513S ajMJgSj 3W17.1 0021 400SI1 %  i4K 10076 10078 :inHi; 60118 4018< 40101 I %  ;.!..BM I '..Ul R .. I Gold Rim OOld RIIIK Gold Nr. I OoM RiiiB Gold Men Him OnW Kin, G. i W Gold •'! %  >'' (Jem it W I King Or amu ut i'" Ooat 1 R.G W 1 OoM Hing Gold Rl'ig Gold Iden. Rim: Hepterriher. 1151 I Neajkfcs I .BliMiegl n DARCY A. SCOn. UNDKK Till -.11 VI I, II X.MMFB, %  in fheaft 0i>. I —* Bv.t "^ PletMret • i.. Ui SMSBaatl A ri-.* sad pia.-i I.I. M.ha.i r • %  .-a*, tbaga t-ai.c Cluck. Dr< lubie. rea*. Cl. .1 td Drfrwan. Wall building t Bn. Street next Hmuecrn'. Centre. Suitable I P II r pose. (10) Newly built atone bungalow at KHerUm. St George, with wall shop and an acre of land. Can be Id for I6.5OO.0O (11) One rbtwly built ston' bungalow iiiie millfrom City. 11 .divided i ->•• wi brings as a ren$70.00 per month. It i rood Investment. (12) •* an acre of land al Black Rock beside Main Road oi 10c. per iuarc foot. 'IS) A roDeotion of flats Rock'. %  r..i the rxch. t Dial 264.1 rsnd make an mont to iniuect anv of the abovo. 1. 10. 52—In. I8JI51 132 ;.i llt'0 Ml id 18614 18621 •iepi. 1950 J342* J3 m.i 33476 %  3524 13348 J:87 18S9I )3ti3'i HAM 33680 %  M %  IIM %  m M % %  x.f^av^o^rfe'jc o c % %  ogftsooaig) lira SEND US YO IR ORDERS FOR fVI/JlV/Vf^ l/IN/l II /HI %  %  II 89 (>M 897i >898l 8Mh ill... ,9044 I %  ii i rifM :967" %  tOUtj 0103 Gold Ring Geld Ring Gold Iling Goldatonc Ring Gold Stone Rmgr ..''.! t.,. Gold Ring Camera Gold Necklace Gold Ring (Wild Ring Ciold Ring G. Necklace At Pendant G. Signet Ring I I'endan. Uiliea* C.W. Watch > i Q. King 1 Gold Earrings 4 Gold Stud? : G. Link* i ling; G Brooch Gold Necklace A ('. inli.it Gem RUl i .1 Gold Sinn, Rmg G'l 1 Necklace & Pvnda. 2 Gold Rings Gents' i W Watch { rt.ng Gold Rrni' C A W.^lctl UGAV Watch l-iKltea' Hit W Watch Gold Hum Uutlea Siiv. r ii, .i. net Id Ring i mg King Gul.t Ring r..| hi... I.I.O. II I I %  O. Rang, i; sign. K.I. Gold Ring Oold King OOld Ring • lulil li.in. %  COln r.-iiiiiigs I i IV Pins t R G.W Watch G. Neckl.. | ,',n, Gold i, i (.old Kin, Gokl Necklet Gold King I Gold Ring Gold Ring %  Gold Ring CENTRAL EMPORIUM Orner Broad A Tader Streets ico)ostaB^y'0*^*>'o ,ft oooocu 1779 B <93t 3162 1969 14014 ioi r. iiin31128 .I'M."'.' 19151 19223 (9242 >' M 'H327 •9347 1<)360 .'(. %  mi '9398 fall WBI. Gold Riug Ladles* R G. W Ladles'R.U. W Gold Tic Slide Cold Signet Rntit Gold Ring Gold Ring Gold Stone Ring 2 Gobi Bracelets Gold Ring Gold Necklace Gold Ring Gents ivo. W. Walcl Gold Signet Ring Gem Ring Gold Necklace I.;.die 35388 13386 3402 13408 10272 10273 10334 10335 40352 40377 40437 ". 187 15499 18801 8US1 35838 13563 15571 35856 T5712 35711 M7M 40482 1114111 %  10:. 1:. 4083-4 40573 40676 10 I 40600 10820 18721 iteh Q Ne.-k1ac and pend Gold Ring ijidicV R. O. W. Wat Ladles* R G W Wn Gold Ring Gents C. W Watch Gold Rlnu Cricket Bat Gents R G Pocket W and Chain G Necklace and pendant Gold Signet Ring Gold Noekle" 'lold Rink" 2 Gold Bangle Gold Men Ring Gold Ring G Necklace; O. Nugret Bracelet Ladies* C. W. Watch Gent's R O W. Watch Gold Men. Ring Gold Ring Gold Ring Gold Necklace Ladles' R.G V LardMB' ROW Gent's C W Watch Ladies' R. G W. Watc> GM Ring O' Id Rim: Co ,1 Rin, Gold Signet Kir 2 <: %  • i Neckl,.. Gold Ring Gold Necklet Ladlea' R. O W WaUl fJold Ruik Gold Ring Gold Bangle Gold Signet Rine Ladle*' Gold W. Watc^ Gent'R G W. Watch G Nerkl.iee ft Cros III.V 1951 36311 Gold Ring 163S6 Gold fdel 36357 Oanf'l G P Watch 18380 Gold Banaja 38311 C % %  I llill Gold Stone Run: 3614! G Necklet 8 Cross %  88SM Gold Signet | 38511 Gold Signet Ring 36523 G. Nekln.e AV |*ervdant 38o31 Gold Iden: Rine 36.'.'.2 Gold Rlnir 3858 G. Necklet A Crffl •16806 ErBCtl T Id Ring 41892 Gold Slgn.-t Hinp -mar. Gold iden Ring 11871 < MOM Ring 11983 Gold Necklet & nendni 11983 Gold Ring 42039 Gold Signet Hint"074 Gold Ring ;?087 Gold Rine 4208!) Oold Rine. I91i * G *' %  kh' A nendant %  ''I?* 1 lies 1 n H W Watch %  Ring 47146 frOl 36818 Gold Ring i48 G. Necklace A iiendant; Gold Slfmet Ring 366]4 3 Gold Ring" 8*t65 LaaiicV R. G. W 86858 '2 Gold Bangles 2 Gold Ituigs Gout'. C. W W.Uii G. Nerfcaat, O. Bracelet ? G tarring.-. 2 O. RingLadiat' R. G. W Waul. Set BI'NS. Cake fork 6 EP-N.S Teaspoons Gold Stoue Ring Gold Ring %  %  l LaVdWs' R. G. W. Watch I Gents R. G. W Watc* Gold Necklace oi pendant i G. Necgiel and pendan*. | G. Signet Ring Camera. Gold H ng Camera. Chimins; Cl-k. Caraeaa Gold Ring. Gul.l Necklet and iVi.U-. Gold Necklet and PendanGold Bangle. Gvnf. R G W. Watch. Ci. Necklace and Crucdix. Gold r..nglc. 2 Gold Earring*; 8 Teaspoons. Gent's C. W. Watch. Gold Men Ring. SHIPPING NOTICES 36M •an I. .! 12011 t26r.8 4M74 IMH I2OT int* itt l .2731 .27M 42767 ant 42787 42819 4256 4-.KSH 42867 42870 ROYAL NETHPRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. -MUM. I BOM llliiri -I S NXBTTOR. 1BU Brpternber. IBSS I It IIIhSILIA >9tn SapUtnber. IBSI %  AIFUC. "rn O-iobar. IBBS %  4IUNQ TO llSOri M S WIIJJEMBTAD. ?lh (hlnber, IBBS -MIINO TO II.IM1H" I \i( \M \KII1II AMI riHiTi.N ni HA *I NUrmR. 3rd Oclol"" 1B9 M a. BOKAIRB. KU> uctobn. 1BU tILIN'. TO rlOTDMi AMO CTJaTUftCAO M HV3BH1UA. IMh O,loa#r. IBM a r at Art|**a %  aiff.1 BMiaan RartiBJ-i a*pL 17 Kept. 42881 4?886 12887 42892 i 1881 4294 Oet SB Oct. 31 t -1 4 ISOGold JHlllg. G..Ui Ring G..ld Ring Gold Ring. I;.I i Ring. Gold Slfni-t Kim i aeaVat Gol.l Signet Rine Id Watch Chad Gciit'a C. W. Watch. Gold Bracelet Gold R iik\ %  r fartba* paialralaaa. .pal. 90— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Apaata. ^HARRISON LINE %  OI'TWABD FHO'l THE I'mTED KIM.IH.M W.I a %  -rHIAI tONTBACT. BirTCLBS. KTC S.8. S.S. "COLUNIAL" PIIILOSOPHKIl -ITTIIMnF.R. 151 ^fl7M 36797 36831 C.ol.l Sluno. Rmg G. Necklet A pend. Gold Rlnu 41903 M.7747^luly 3. IMI II M 7144 Sep. II. 10.'.. 44750 M.9254—Oct 8. 1901 43106 M 2124—Oct. 10, 1931 44M4 M IWI-Oct. 19. 1901 4S078 M 1970—Oct. 31. 1981. 45227 M 983—Nov 7. 1901. 4S307 M 7821— Urn 13, 1031. 43358 M 7133—Dec. 4. 1851 45705 M.8854—Jan. 7, 1902. 43936 M 2380—J.n. 17. 1952. 46042 M 1909—Jnn. 28. 1952. .8074 M.9293—Jan 30. 1932 18090 M 5011— Feb 1. 1932 46344 M. 9387—Feb 28, 1952 44370 M. 48*4—Feb 27. 1932 46432 M 2008—M.rch 8, 1982 32*41 X 1281—April 9, 1*82 53011 G. 1630— April 28. 1952. '3508 M 10452-^lune 9 1952 47343 M.0266_June 10. 1982 88568 M 9738—June 13. 1952 r.3605 M 8978—June 17, 1982 47483 X 2516-June *0. 1952 53780 M 11990—June 30, 1*82 BWM with Tripod—Oi 27. 1951. 48235 Camera— Feb 14. 1952 43483 Sewlne M.chine—Dec. i 1981. 45641 Sewing Machine—Dec. 10. 1981. 151 Sewlnn Machine—J.n. '." 1981. 0* Sewtna Machinc^—Feb 1952. 117 Electee Sewing Machin. Feb. 9. 1932. 139 Singer Sewing Machine M.i', 2. 1982. 176 Electric Sewing Machin. May 3, 1992. 83 Sewing Machine—May 1... 1952. 135 Radio—March 29. 1852 I S. "HISTORIAN" IS. "BURMOirNT" Fr. 1. lOgfJUU) M/brough and London Gla^uw and Liverpool. London. Leave. Doe Baehad..12th Sept. 201h 17th Sept. 11th Oct. 26th Sept. 10th Oct. 4th Oct. 17th Oct. IIOMF.WARn Ft.B THF INITIII KINCnOM S .5.3 '( ROFTEB" MERCHANT" L.varfa.4 I ..I ,!..!. 17lh Sept 30th Sept. her Information, .pply to . DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agent'. .-.'^-.'.'.'^. v.'.-.-.----'^'--.->-V'-*-'--C'^TRANSATLANTIOUE SOUTHBOUND S.S. "COLOMBIE". SaiUng September 24th. 1952. Calling at Tnnldad. La Guaira. Curacao. Cartagena and Jamaica. S S DE GKASSK Sailing October 15lh, 1952. Calling at riinldad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica NORTHBOUND S.S. "COLOMBIE'. Sailing October 5lh. 1952 -Calling at .Maitinlque. Homiiucn. Guadeloupe, Southampton a. S.S. UE GR m ASSE". SalliOf October 28th. 1959. Calling nt Southampton and Lo Havre. ACCEPTING rxSSFNOERS. CARGO AND MAIL Any article can be redeemed before the day of sale. Sale 12.30 o'clock TERMS CASH BRANKER. TROTMAN & CO Auctioneer? April. I9.-.1. 35739 Ladlea 18764 3.'V829 14 USal MSI I i'..:m 40858 1QM0 40H3U lii'i).' 41M47 1U'I8 11U09 1044 I10SI 11081 11084 11088 41121 R G. W Wat. h W Watch Lad G Necklue. Gold Bracelet Gaul's R. G W Walcl 2 Gold Rings GoM Bangle tiold Ring Gent's R G W Watch G. i.i King ladies' C W Watch G Necklace: 4 Gold Rin, G Bracelet. G Hi* o. I G Studs. 1'^ K-.iino Gold Sign*! Ring Ladies'R. G. W. Wat. • %  G. |d HII Gold Ring Gold Ring 2 O Baby Banviea Gems R, G. W Watch Qenfa C.W. Wateb May. 1951 2 O Eai I88M I589r1591R 15951 18812 1143 I',16.. 11228 11231 11330 11334 U348 U39i 41394 11398 41399 11400 41402 41408 41411 41442 11445 41456 41476 11507 41510 11516 11537 Gold Ring Ladies' R. O. W. Watch Gold Necklet and Crosi Gold Necklet i .II. Q W. Watch 2 Cold Rings Gold Ring Gold Signet Ring Gold Baiv-li Gold Ring Ladies' R. G W W Gold Necklet Q Signet Ring Cent'a R. G. W Watch Ladies' R. O. W. Watch 2 Gold Rings GoM SI met Ring Gold Ring Gold Signet Ring Gold Sign. Gold Signet Ring Gold Ring GoM Necklet S. Pend;, Gold Ring Gold Rir Gold Ring POST OFFICE NOTICE Posting Facilities M Prospect. St. James A posting Box has been in:lulled for public use al Progpeci. Si James on the premises ct "Conway' the residence of Mr. Carol Parria. This box will be cleared daily, except Sundays an.i public i-oHdays. at 9.1S a.tr. R..A. CLARKE. Colonial PMtrnaster. 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HOUSE PASS 41 SECTIONS OF MAUDE BILL

OVER SEVEN HOURS
SPENT IN DEBATE

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed in

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phavbados

ESTABLISHED 1895

Committee with amendments, 41 clauses of the Local /
Government Bill which seeks to implement the sugges-:
tions of Sir John Maude. Clauses four-and six which. deal}

with the remuneration of the Mayor and Deputy Mayor

and clause 31 dealing with

were postponed. é

The amendments agreed
relation to the clauses which
were passed, were for the most
part, amendments suggested in
a Majority Report by the Select
Committee appointed to study the
Bill. A Minority Report was also!
submitted by Mr. C, E. Talma to!
the effect that he agreed with the,
proposed amendments to the Bill}
except in so far as the division}
of Christ Church was concerned. |

The First Schedule to the Bill
which deals with the boundaries
of the three divisions tor Local
Government areas and authorities,
was also passed by a majority
vote.

The House spent 7} hours in|
discussing the forty-four sections
of the Bill dealt with yesterday
and at times, heated debate en-|
sued on legal points in connection!
with some of the clauses. |

Under the Bill, provision is
made for dividing the island into
three administrative areas to be
known as the City of Bridgetown, |
and the Northern and Southern
Districts.

The House adjourned at 12.45}
this morning arid meets again at}
3p.m. tomorrow Yo continue fur-
ther consideration of the Bill.

Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) is
taking charge of the Bill. |

Clausd one which deals with|
the short title of the Bill was}
passed. |

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Reds Want Truce
—But Only On |
Their Terms |

TOKYO, Sept. 30. |

The Supreme Allied Command- |
er, General Mark Clark said his
“personal opjnion’”’ is that Com-
munists want an armistice in}
Korea “providing they can get it
on their terms.”

He said that “although the six~ |
teen months stalemated truce!
talks” have proved frustrating |
we have continued to negotiate
patiently in the hope of reaching
an agreement.”

He said the truce negotiators
“have reached agreement on many
issues, some of which for a time
appeared to be insoluble prob-j
lems”. However he said, the!
United Nations would stand firm |
on the only issue blocking the}
truce—the Communists demand
for the forced return of all Chin-
ese dnd North Korean prisoners.

He said “you may rest assured
that the United Nations Command
will not compel the return at the
point of bayonet of those prison- |
ers of war who have signified they
would forcibly resist the return
to Communist control and its fear-
ful consequences.”—U.P.

CREW RESCUED
LISBON, Sept. 3.

All 74 crew members of the
773-ton Portuguese fishing vessel,
“Joao Costa”, have been rescued,
according to headquarters of the
Portuguese cod fishing industry. |

The 74 fishermen and crew
members aboard “Joao Costa” took
to dpries when their vessel sank
on September 23, and survived
rough Atlantic seas for seven days
before being picked up by three
different ships,—U.P. i

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1952

NIXON ANSWEES HES

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U.N. Believe | Attempt At| Messrs Morrison And
{ R . j i
: _ Russians Are | halls ,
the disqualification for office } . : {
InKo | Rebellion alton Pushe ul
in Norean War | | C
, | : u j MORECAMBE, England, Sept. 30,
M ical Recital PROUT. ont. Se. r shed Leftwing su rte f M , Seubiev: as y
us. LeCr |}. United Nations militaries be-/ wb! 8 Ppo eee 7 Es ae weet two
A ° ; | eve there are between 7,000 and | | CARACAS, Venezuela, cars Seats on the British Lab pnal Execu-
At St. Michael 8 12,000 Russian troops now in| . Sept. 30. tive Committee in a stunning ,——~ i
C [Rorea, pemeriiative sources re- | re An army communique _ said The Bevanites defeated ‘an Social:sts Ih, Herbert
thedr vealed. ne Russians are man- | ‘there was “absolute normalcy” in Morris = Fes : ‘ : a ema
a al }ning anti-aircraft guns but are army garrisons throughout the ond be, ugk’ Delercia e carat sas oak Pat
A BENE: programme: of {/ 2°! being used as front line com- | country In the wake of the crush- rated : } én.” as a eR NePRtS all
ae ao ; bat troops,.the sources said. }€d attempted rebellion led by a cated to the local Labour Bes « eC OSI Rage.
Mr. ‘Gerald Hi a te 7 “They are not formed into di- ; sroup of civilians and military], Despite the setback however, x 7
r. Ger fudson for a visions” an Eighth Army spokes- | men, wherein five persons were moxterate forces of the former q
cital hael ) I > .
recita at St. Michael's man said. “They are in rear killed and an unspecified n Prime Minister Clement R. Attlee,
Cathedral tonight. \ Asics ui =" ; aetna SF “™~l nominal Party leader, still 1
areas.” ber . arrested, : nal Party leader, still ho d
‘The. poloiots inplaas Mrs. The spokesman would not com- _ The attempted coup against the ate te wy seats on the; 37 i
H. St. C. Tudor and Mrs. || ment further, three-man Junta government, was The ' Cases RerL cg * the a
John Kirton (sopranos) and However, other authoritative clamed on members of the out- Board ata ee iets 2 ‘ d
Mr. Bruce St. John (Bari- || SUurces said that Russians besides jtawed Democratic acting party! Dalton were Wilson and Crossman
tone) with Bandsmen Walker || ™2nning anti-aircraft guns are j “nd the Communist party. Wilson President of the’ Hoare: of
and Lovell of the Police || %¢¢ded for administrative supply] SEN, RICHARD NIXON, Republic a1 vico-presidontial candidate, is |. The Junta has ruled Venezuela| ‘peade in Attlec’s lute Labour Gow.
Band as instramentalists, and advisory positions, pee as he appeared on television sets throughout the nation to eee poner 1948, id ernment quit the Cabinet to join
Oe 1A surity Officer | @%Plain the controversial fund issic. Speaking from Los Angéles, ; ny communique said} Rey; rotesting Britain’s ‘re- i
The treble soloist of the PB at Neb: SLOee Ri Ny Van he said there was nothing wrong ‘a his use and disposition of the | that the coup originated at Boca scrhantant Semana ee 14
Cathedral Choir K.. Law- the ‘Allies, t ae ie ‘4 tea °| fund. He left to the Republican Netioual Committee the decision ag | Pe! Rio airforce base in the state ‘
rence will be hedrd | ‘Caugasians” ir ie sca. to whether he should\remain on the GOP ticket as running mate to o aor ee THe alleged rebel The defeat af Morrison fuses es
a } ° Z pry wetetial). eader escaped but his second in{ partieularly bitter blow tor Attlee
Same, T am Alpha ‘and | before he went over to the United Gen, Dwight Eisenhower (Range tts e ) command Sea aAeasahaianaDe fie has Yong been considered heir
: ‘ | Nations side. The Red officer said apparent to Attlee as leader of
m The rene = _ |he could not be sure they were . the Party and was ge ae "
ramme, ’ — ; Russians but he said the men he e € . - % garded as an election strategist
Hudson’s anthem “There Calne cakes ; anticatrars * Morris served as Deputy Prime
wag war in Hiceven?â„¢ come ||S2N,were, nealing anti-aircraft enda Poi ALLDEL | TOURIST TRADE | \"00 res os Bowe Pe. )
aise see Arn > | positions. B Council, Chancellor ‘7 ane —
rons, estival 0 St. || A report from London said 4° KE chequer and Labour Leader in the
Michael and All Angels. | however, that the British Ministry fe NEFITING Commons in various Attlee Gov-
€ : |
The *‘prédvaitim ts the j}of Defence and Foreign Office | ernments Dalton also wa sa
best of ie kind abrenged | ioeaewd ae sali ll BARBADOS | perenne ee
Tuesday of the presence of Rus- | ot Ww
locally for many years and |) -- elas ry: ° : | The Left Wing victory repres
he sian troops in Korea as reported Barbados is uerivi : ter- | ~“t the g t |
ihe public look forwar ent a WwW x ng consider ,ed the gravest challenge yet by
evening of fine ee by Eighth Army sources.—U.P. as oO een ] e ab.e benefit from the tourist in- Bevan's follower i Attlee’s
ment, | dustry as can be seen from the | leadership
7 THE Agenda for the Ninth Congress of the Incorpor-'4mount of American as well as I rhe Bevanites stand for a cut-
T Wi ated Chambers of Commerce of the British Caribbean|C@madian dollars in addition to aack in re-armament, a nev
The fellow s ices wi U.N ill H ; ; ; a is ead mgs i ‘a roach to Russia, and adm
ie a ake ce el NX. CaP | which will be held in Georgetown, British Guiana from the ai te ae ae been pour of Red China to’ United Nadiens
Cathedral today: — nd 20th to the 23rd instant has ow been fixed. On Wednes-) "4 check with Mr. H. H. Hart trade with Communists and moré
i day t the Barbados Delegates to the Congress will be} cyr, . . H. HH, Hart, vationalization of British indus#
1.15 a.m. Holy © i ay nex e ar ac Os éleeates j Oo 1€ ongress w Currency Control Officer yesterday tries Significantls ;
Pewee (Colpetite Oot | briefed at a meeting of the (¢ouneil of the local Chamber. |revealed that this money from the pia ge meaty the Se aeaeee
= oe . 3 NV é s 1e 6seats t
midinion ye Siacine | Peace Plans he Barbados delegates are dic to leave on the 17th of the|hard-cyrrency areas has been in- sought, The sole survivor of the
and Sunday School |} month. creasing steadily every month es- Left Wing sweep was James G:
Teachers). i et aa ee mMpwenty-seven” items “dite “yet-} pecially in the-ease of Bolivares fiths: -vetetars nd “poy
8.00 p.m. Organ Recital (in UNITED NATIONS, ° {down on the agenda for the mect-{which have shown great _im- lar with all sections of the Part :
Sid'of Choir Funds, ecurone sek ie Re ublican l{o¢ which will be held under the|provement during the month of | | Delegates cast the vote of the i
Admission by Pto- Informed sources said that Sec- Pp |catronage of His Excellency, the | August, | ‘entire groups of Party member:
gramme). retary of State Acheson may go e’ | Hon, J. Gutch, Officer Adminis-] Figures for the month of July jthey represented. Bevan polled
_Lefore the United Nations Federal Cam, i] nN ‘Ts ing the Government of British}and August are as follows :-— |the largest vote than he has fot
j Assembly soon after it convenes , / 8 | Guiana, Chairman of the meeting several years with 965,000, Ther
P e eye juice, be lay ota ee eae 9 |! be Hon, R. W. Youngman, mie Canadian be order came red-haired Lefi
|proposals aimed at breaking the U rb bli Seitddnt of onthe orporated dollars — dollar Rolivares ing television forum star M
rince Philip {orean situation deadlock. n Ceara Ce Chamber F anne aan joaaee athe HG Jarbara Castle W ith 868,000, Lett.
. | .The report came in the wake High on the agenda for the oT ial si wing journalist Tom Briberg with
} an a 2 sCcOW 4 5 inois : ’ Seal | 74a triffiths " (
Ranks Next fhat the Govier Focdign Minister SPRINGFIELD, aes | onsideration of joe eng is The total amount of tourist Mr. HAROLD WILSON Li H weiigee Pavol " Wils © aia
ae dual: Andrei Vishinsky will head a Governor Adlai E. Stevenson j{ndjies Trade ¢ Marien ian ao : me vada: Width he she. | 832,000 and Left-wing newspaper
To H.M. Queen high powered delegation to the) addressing the nation in a telev | eote shapalld br on bans Lola ges ey gealees; s0ai02 ayy Se ae ee ere columnist R. H. S,. Crossman
; Assembly See et is possibly. to) sion fireside chat, criticised the Re- } | chambers, and following this} Canadian dollars att i 515.011| The Trade Unions Co-operatives | “ ith 620,000 i
li unch a new “peace offensive publican Party and Gen. Dwightithe Congress will consider the | Bolivares a. ee und Women’s Divisions of the —U.P.
LONDON, Sept. 30. for propaganda purposes, Eisenhower for conducting |henefits, if any, derived by the} During th an “ee Party earlier elected eighteen
The Queen declared that her| Governments of 15 Western!national “campaign that’s ur continuation of the Olle end Date nme oe e past three months, other members, almost all of them os
ausband the Duke of Edinburgh | nations with troops in Korea have} pearable.”’ j ee et abate tinel eg arb many enezuelans had _Vvisited moderates Attlée as Leader of 40 B l . O t
will henceforth hold “precedence |} been conferring for more fhan The Denioeratic Presidential '4 i af-ieee " a the island and they in addition to|\\,. Parliamentary Branch of the} ‘ U garrans nl :
next to Her Majesty’. 4 month in an attempt to reach 4] 1 ominee flew to Chicago last nigh paper Bric pera | nationals of other countries Ily-|party and Arthur Greenwood as ‘Th: 4 + *
Tr aa formula ay bringing the a for his radio and television repor rhe Congress will also consider|img in Venezuela had enjoyed Party Treasurer, complete the l rial For Spying
a The prrece of the Duke to ae be ore ae Voie 4“! to voters. Defending his action ir |the effect of G.A.T.T. in relation | bringing their families here dur- | Committee.
Bitch be two position in the, tions in a new light.-U.P. presenting key state employees|to Imperial Preference, ag well as\ing the long summer vacation The results of the local Party LONDON, Sept. 30
ay ghee making PRE etines | : with monetary gifts, Mr. Stevem-| the desirability of adopting Com-| period. elections announced at the open-| Sofia Radio reported the open-
Consort That is the title daviced | 4 ae son said “I have no explanation{mon Customs Classification for}, They seemed not only to like|ing of the second day of the} ing of the public trial of 40 Bul- ;
a century ago by Queen Vietoria | o Ge or for the methods I used except that|the British Caribbean. the island as a holiday resort bu‘ }annual Party Conference here] garians including a Roman Cat
for Consort Albert. Prince Philip | . I had no other”. | Next in order of priority is the | for its educational facilities. Many |nevertheless created a sensation, | cl'c Bishop and 27 priests accused
is expected to get it before the | K O ~ He reserved most of his 36) question of steamship passenger} of them had already placed their |Rounds of applause greeted the] of spying for the Vatican “in pre
Queen’s Coronation next June 2 XC ement minutes on the air to a solemn) facilitie between the United/ children. at various schools here |#Mnouncement and Attlee forces] paration for an imperialist’s wai }
i , indictment of the Republican}Kingdorm and the British Carib-| where they will have the oppor- sat in silence and consternation. against the Soviet Union.
2 . . stdin: . of s i Thea * acer ” -
The nes eee in the om- | WASHINGTON, Sept. 30. rar Set eee. one a nat 7 oa ' abolitior va bulk ey of Iearning English which
cial London Gazette said the} General Walter Bedell Smith}°" eevee te, NEEL oe |is most essential to-day

Queen by warrant dated Septem-
ber 18 declares and ordains that
the Duke “shall henceforth upon
all occasions and in all meetings
except where otherwise provided
by Act of Parliament have, hold
and ehjoy place of pre-eminence
and precedence next to Her
Majesty.—(C.P.)



Gen. Naguib Hailed At

Wafd Party

Stronghold

By WALTERS COLLINS

CAIRO, Sept. 30,

Egyptians underlined their support for Premier Mo-

hammed Naguib on Tuesday

as cheering crowds welcomed

him in Saman Noud, the home of the Wafdist leader Mus-
tafa El Nahas whose alliance Naguib’s government has

unsuccessfully sought.

Thousands of shouting,

laughing Egyptians broke

through police and army cordons to surround Naguib’s cat

as the Premier who made a

speech swung through lower} Begins Four-Week Dom Republic

Egypt and entered Saman Noud.

Wafdist newspapers in Cairo
which have attacked Naguib for
his demands that the party be
purged, admitted today
welcome .in Nahas’ hometown is
one of deafening enthusiasm”. —

Political observers in Cairo
however awaited with 1
terest his speech at Sazagig, capi-

tal of Sharkia Province, later)
tonight Sazagig was headquar-
ters of the Egyptian terrorists.’ :



Egyptian politicians rallied whole
heartedly today behind Naguib’s
statement yesterday that there
was no room for party squabbles
while “foreign troops” remain on
Egyptian soil

The tumultous welcome accord-
ed the 52-year-old soldier-Premier
in Saman Noud, always Wafd
stronghold is taken a further
evidence that the Egyptians ar
prepared to put party strife
aside and concentrate on a solu-
Suez

tion of the Anglo-Egyptian



that his}

great in-|

Viscount Astor
Dies At 73

CLEVELAND, OHIO, Sept. 30.









Viscount Astor, 73-year-old
husbar of Virginia born Nancy
Astor, died his home after a
week’ i ss Waldorf Astor,
second Viscount Astor, was born
in N York and before he suc-
ceeded to his father’s title, was
elected to the House of Commons
five times

He was one of Britain’s best
know! portsmen. His country
é here was the meeting place
f S list Cliveden set” of
pe other influential
B I before World
W

Cliveden” fo a time was
S mou ppeasement of!
Hitlerite Germany and Mussolini- |
Astor denounced
I ¢ eden ¢s
Y V
g u de
-U.P,

| se
& the Society.—C

said he cannot understand ‘why
anyone should get excited” about
his statement that there probably
are some Communists in the Cen-
tral Intelligence Agency of which
he is a director.

Gen. Smith who unwittingly
tossed a bombshell into the politi- | 5%
cal campaign yesterday, sought
to calm the furore by assuring
the publie that any Reds who may
have infiltrated his agency are in
minor jobs where they cannot do

iy “serious harm.”

He emphasised that no Com-
munists have aetually been “de-
tected” and said that the abence|
takes “extreme even fanatical”:
precautions to keep them out. He
said “but I am certain that in this
widespread organ:zation there is

|beund to be Communist etra-

tion somewhere along line.
I would be silly, foolish and un-
worthy of public trust if I acted
on any other assumption.”—U.P.



Gen. Eisenhower '-

not to men’s mind

He said “a campaign directed | purchasing by Territorial OV=
j

and prejudices, is un-|
best. Now with the
stake, it i
no time for

Jarbado: will also ask the
Congress to “request the granting
of all British Caribbean Govern-
ments of landing rights to all

om page 5

at

This is
ich talks.”—U.P.





Czech Official Seeks

Asylum In U.S.A.

UNITED NATIONS, New York, Sept. 30,
Dr. Ivan Kerno 61, of Czechoslovakia who quit last week
as United Nations Secretsry General for legal affairs.
turned his back on his Communist ruled homeland to re-
main in “this great and free country of the United States.”
Diplomatic observers considered Dr. Kerno’s decision
as the most important defection among high-ranking Iron



Curtain diplomats in recent years,
ae ' . Dr, Kerno an intimate of Jan
. | Masaryk and Undersecretary of
Asks State in the Government of

Eduard Benes announced his de-

a Y W ¢icision in denunciation of the
Campaign Today ForB. I. Labourers (377) otis coup which seized
= Czechoslovakia from the Benes

NEW YORK, Sept. 30, Enquiries hove been made o!}regime in 1948
General Dwight " Bisenhawer | ti¢ Governments of Barbados, the! “hr Kerno said he planned to
with an excursion into the deep eS ee fd. ee lremain with the United Nations
outh, will open a gruelling four-| i.” pritish Charge d’Affaires, |CYem, though he voluntarily re-

week campaign trip to-day which









Cuidad Trujillo, as to the pos

linquished his post. as Assistant to





val ake im trom ase fo gests [biley ‘ot reorutiog labour ‘or tnc\Serretary, General Trygve Lie
Baa Sugar industry in the Dominican | eee. the United Nations nee
T e opening of the final drive| Republic. Dr. H. G. Cummins, |) pational ‘Lae Cortihisaion on
for Gen. Eisenhower will come late M.C.P., Barbados, will pay a ni obler of refugees and state-
aah whee ce spe ks from thei visit to Cuidad Trujillo on the ‘ i of ae Pa ’
steps of the State capitol building October with a view to a prelirr “ - 4 We dian cl duels in Columbia, South Carolina inary. egquity into this matter. ae sigaetan.-3 eeiemanats
‘General Eisenh will begin| Major E. H. A. Grell, Labou countries where international
TONER Sea wes #2.) Commissioner St. Kitts-Nevis, wil!| questions are of paramount im-

his last major pre-election swing
with the hopes of his aides at all
ime high.—U.P.

Princess Royal To
Visit Trinidad

ONDON




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Sept.

30.
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co F 'Prague’s Red regime and to seek

DOWAGER OU EEN MARY (sanctuary here. Jan Papanek

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Crown Coun sel
Fined £50 |T look for

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Sept, 30

Harold Reginald Ballysingh,
47-year-old Senior Crown Coun-
sel for Jamaica and former Acting
Solicitor General for the colony
was found guilty at Birmingham
Quarter Sessions today of stealing
four articles from the counters of
a large Birmingham store. He
was fined £50 and ordered to pay
£50 costs,

The case had opened on Satur-~
day when Ballysingh had pleaded
“not guilty” to the charge of
stealing a box containing — six
cocktail glasses, a brass ash tray,
« plpesmoker’s knife and a rub-
ber cushion, total value of which
was 35/-.

R, C. Vaughan, Q.C., prosecut-
ing said that Ballysingh conducted
u “determined raid” on the count-
ers of Lewis’s in Birmingham. He
took the articles concerned one
by one when the shop assistants’
backs were turned and secreted

ce ee

“Bat seldom find, except in
du Maurier, I suppose you
mean. But what exactly do
you look for in a cigarette?”’















“Flavour—which cay
only come from tobacco
that is rather special,
Then, of course, perfect ’
smoothness —which means
a comfortable throat.”

them in his pocket or under his| .. ¢

raincoat, Unknown to him two Coolness too? Well, that’s
gore cetacthres were watching} seem to by the du Maurier filter
tiken. the articles were peing | tip. And no bits of loose tobacco

Vaughan later went on to refer |
to distinguished witnesses in-|!
cluding Judge Herbert Allen of
Jamaica who had testified that
Pallysingh was held in high re-
gard, That evidence was accepted
by the Crown. “Nothing I will
say will seek to detract from the
fact that this man is of high re-|
pute and character” continued:
Vaughan. But after referring to
the fact that Ballysingh had £89

in the mouth—filter tip again.”

“ Yes—all that. D'you know, this



on him when er we re du Maurier filter tip is just about
nad been accused of the trifling : , .
theft of articles worth a mete the finest idea for improving a
35/-. Vaughan said “I submit the smoke that I've ever come across.’
conclusion is irrefutable, that
whatever this man’s position and
character may be he had that >
day stolen these four articles. Smoke to your throat's content

Ballysingh who on Saturday
had become distressed while giv-!
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from the
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of thi rganisa-
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Son and Heir
AND MRS. C. O. GILL of
Hatdon Court”, Black Rock,
proud parents of a son and
The happy event took place
d mother and babe

Mi"

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Mrs, Gill is the former Miss
Pauline Inniss, a former pupil of
Queer Colle and daughter of
sie’ Inniss of Upper

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Back to Trinidad

, EON J L MATTHIEU-

IK -PEREz, Chief Justice of

iidad, was among the intransit

engers from” Jamaica to

dad soy B.W.I.A, over the
kend.

1 H. O. B. Wooding, Q.C., of

home b)
after paying

inidad, returned
W.lAston Sunday
short visit here.

I



NULLITY AND DIVORCE

Do You Understand what Precisely is the Distinction?
CANON DUDLEY SYMON

Ihe @Stinction between “null-
ity” and #‘divorce” must be maae
plain =

To pit it simply, nothing that
happer after marriage can be
grounds~for ‘nullity;” it relates
onlv the conditions under

oe
to

160fe sa eced

Vor

wider eye
marriage
like

—~ omteaned into,
isa ‘‘contract,”
any other contract, there





must be. certain terms without
yhich it loses its validity.

rhe refusal to consummat«
the marriage is not, in Canon

Law, a ground for nullity; inca-

pacity to do so, is,
Phe Case Of Jane

Whether the grounds of nullity
hould be extended to cover other

factors than those already exist-
ng “is certainly arguable.
“Tf,’ as Sir Alan Herbert says,

“Jane has insanity in the family,”
and has never revealed the fact to
John, it is plausible that the mar-

ige- should be annulled on the
ensible grounds that if John had





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Rupert is delighted to see th
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impera off towards the patches
f blackened grass, ‘* Oh please
come and see this, too,’ he calls
The grass is growing and. there
ire even flowers that I'm sure

ere not here before.’’ But the



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n 4 S. M. SAMPSON of Port-
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She a guest at Leaton-on-Sea,
rr Strear M Sampson has
over for two weeks’ holiday
al x” joined shortly t he
I ning over from
rtin t ac !
in i t Mr. Samy i
ent of Trinidad
Journalists Return
Me H. CHAMPION and Miss
i h R. Bicknell, Journalists, who
had been paying a short visit to
Barbados returned to England
by B.W.I1.A./B.0.A.C, via Jamaica

the weekend,

Soent Seven Weeks

ISS MARJORIE BLACKMAN,
District Welfare Officer,
back home from Trinidad

spent seven weeks’
her brother and
Mr. and Mys. Roger

e

N

now

sre she
with
la\

slackman.

Twenty-first Birthday

ere
oliday
ister-in

G* Saturday night Mr. and
J Mr Barry Springer held a
party at their residence, The Iv)
in honour of their daughter

Ermie who celebrated her twenty-
first birthday.

Many relative
present to wish
returns and the
future

and friends
her many
very best

were
happy
in the

by

known this he might
married her.

But it is quite a different situa-
tion if he knows all about it and
aurees to take the risk, though
Sf Alan, lke most of our re~
formers, thinks that the words
“for worse” should be removed
from the vows!

The marriage vow, according to
Sir Alan, should probably run as
follows: “I, John, take thee, Jane
(providing no grounds for nullity

not have

shall subsequently be found to
exist), for my wedded wife, to
have and to hold from this day

henceforth, for better only,
ject to all the
divorce that are at present,
may hereafter be provided,
Act. of Parliament.”

The Line
And what a vista of sentimen-
tality, muddled thinking, and the
complete degradation of marriase

sub-
opportunities for

by

ting Adventure—42 —



“I've got
something also that was not here

farmer calls him back.

vefore,”” he says in a_ strange
voice, ** Did you say a Chinaman
gave you that spray? Well, look
what I've found, There are
peaches growing on the elm tree
and grapes on the oak. These
marvels aré quite beyond me!"’



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improving.

Leith, a former pupil of Queen’s

College, is the daughter of Mr.
nm Mrs. Herbert Husbands of
Westbury Road.

To Join Husband
MoM K. PIGGOTT and her
three children were arrivals
from Trinidad by B.W.1A. op
Sunday to join her husband who
was recently transferred here by
British American Tobacco Co.,

Ltd,
M's RACHAEL EVELYN re-
turned home by B.W.1LA.
from Trinidad over the weekend.
She is Secretary to Mrs. A. L.
Stuart and is also a member of
the Revuedeville Dancing School.
Miss Evelyn stayed over for *%
hort holiday as the guest of Hon.
Audrey Jeffers, M.L.C., M.B.E.

To Reside
RS. J. E. COZIER and her two
children were among the
passengers leaving the island by
B.W.LA. on Monday morning via
Puerto Rico en route to the U.S.A.
where they have gone to reside.

i

Stayed Over



is opened up by the words that
Sir Alan quotes with approval:
“Divorce is a release from mis-
fortune.”

He will say, no doubt, that the
kind of “misfortune” he contem-
plates is unfaithfulness, blatant
cruelty, and the like: but where
is he going to draw the line, and

who entitles him to draw one any-

way ?

It may be a far smaller “mis-
to have

fortune” for qa woman
married an unfaithful husband
than a consistent'y mean one.

The Baby

It is becoming
house (or quarter-or three-quar-
ter-way) between
conception of marriage and that
of a contract terminable at will
by either of the parties concerned.

After all, my “misfortune” may
be quite obvious during the

Eddie Cantor Has
A Heart Attack

HOLLYWOOD, California,

Sept. 30.
| Comedian Eddie Cantor suffer-
ed a “slight heart attack”, his doc-
}tor at Cedars of Lebanon hospital
|revealed Tuesday. Hospital at-
tendants reported that the 60-
| year-old comedian is resting com-
| fortably and his condition is “not
| alarming”.

Cantor’s physician pointed out
however, that “any heart ailment
potentially is serious” although he
too said he was not alarmed over
the symptoms. The doctor said
Cantor would stay in bed for a
week for a “thorough rest and
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1, 1952







The Home and Family
ISS DOR A_IBBERSON,
CBE. Social Welfare

Adviser for Development and
Welfare in the West Indies re
turned to the island over the
weekend after paying a four-day
visit to Trinidad.




*«

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

For Wednesday, October 1, 1952



| RE-OPENING THURSDAY



|
Miss Ibberson addressed a pubs | ‘ . :
- » aus ; ARIES —Stars in favourable aspect for proposi-

‘he meine — pee ® march 21—April 20 tions within your sphere of ability. Take *

Committee. She also attended things carefully, don’t try en than you CLOSED FOR STOCKTAKING TODAY,
the Conference on the approadh: to can do. Be moderate, sensible. *

*

—Slow down, stop driving y
will accomplish as much and e
health, Efforts in dealing with the public
should advance.

work and organisation of Home
and Family Week.

The Home and Family Week
Committee consisted of represen-
tatives of all the Protestant
denominations,

Girls’ Club Sale
es Bay Street Girls’ Club will
hold a sale this afternoon at
5.00 o’clock at the Club Room,
Bay Street. It is hoped that the
public will give their support and
so help a worthy cause.

There is an annual appeal for «x
funds for the running of these
* July

ourself; you WEDNESDAY

be in better J

*

—By yielding only to intelligent a vice
you can hasten good action, improve plans.
Once set, push forward in. your intelligent, *

*«
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tenacious manner. *

—Don’t pour out energy on non-essentials,
conserve it wisely. Excellent day” for
everyday duties. Be urged to standardize
high quality of work.

Tune 22—July 23



Clubs which takes the form of a
raffle which now is in progress.
This club means a lot to the girls
and provides them a_ healt
atmosphere in their leisure hour#.
The articles for sale consist of
work done by the girls and boys

—Inspiring opportunity for professional
and business activities, if you watch
economics. Only cover an area where you
can operate without stress. ;

*

LEO
24— Aug.

*



(a i Be te 3 ‘ VIRGO —Not unfriendly for money matters. if
themselves and it is their desire to 23—-Bept. 23 yc er tep
show. the benefits in years to come. *« ney f iets ek. colneeeaon aie tines ih *

.

little as in high stakes.







* LIBRA —Should you find disturbing elements,
Sept. 24—Oct. 23 don’t back down. They can be countered
x by your natural talents. P.M. especiaily » AL WAY
favours personal a? ong A
*« SCORPIO —Indications point to new gains for both
Oct, 24—-Nov, 22 business and personal matters, Don’t be
timid taking on what seem big leads or
honeymoon and if there are any x tasks.
children the Welfare State will e
look after them, SAGITTARIUS - you can make considerable headway;
’ Sir Al k Nov. 23—Dec. 22 unexpected surprises likely, Don’t let doubt a
I expect ir gn knows or pessimism cloud clear vision, good com- Orr

Shaw’s play “Getting Married,”
when two couples settle down to
draw up a _ reasonable kind of
contract and find that it goes all
to pieces in the attempt.

mon sense.

*

—Be on guard that personalities don’t
conflict with plans and action. Promote
your ideas, but avoid excesses, Be yourself! x

* * *
*

—You may receive benefits through past

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x

CAPRICORN i
Dec, 23—Jan. 21 dj

That, it seems to me, is what
Sir Alan Herbert and his friends
are doing with marriage. Their
intentions are of the best and their
charity is undoubted, but the
baby, who is already, thanks to
them, half way out of the bath,





*
x

AQUARIUS ;
Jan ee 20 400d deeds, investments, astute plans.
Closer personal attention to your work

and business will increase profits, Romance

rates,
* *

Wh Seen re with the rest x » yes —Sane optimism essential. If understand DUCHIESS OF IDAHO
of the water. . 21—- i ; 2 ii
cin lawyer com- ee oe nn oN, you gan advance in many * Lena Van Esther Eleanor Jubileers
ments: Readers should note Spieahie Gnd tees eee cue a8 HORNE — JOHNSON — WILLIAMS — POWELL — QUARTET
that Canon Law is not the same *« i: interested: in effort, — AND —

as Statute Law in that it is the
law of the land that wilful re-
fusal by etther spouse to con-
summate a marriage is ground
for a decree of nullity.

—L.ES.

YOU BORN TODAY: will make noteworthy sacrifice for
others, are level-headed (highly prized fn emergenpies) ,
Libra is guided innately by noble motives, and records show
an imposing list who have achieved in remarkable ways for
good of others. You work, think best in harmonious surround-
ings. Don’t express feelings too bluntly! This is the birth- 4
date of many noted reformers and artists, :

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Statement of Account, 9.00 p.m, The Prin-
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OCTOBER 1,

1952





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

HOUSE DISCUSS MAUDE

@ from page 1
Section 2 reads (i) For the pur-
poses of local government the

island shall be divided into three
areas which shail be known as
the City of Bridgetown, the
Northern District and the Southern
District.

(2) the boundaries of the three
areas are set out in Part 1 in the
first schedule to the Act.

Speaking on the section Mr.
c. E. Talma (L) was not in favour
of having the lower part of Christ
Church — from Rendezvous Road
to the Garrison attached to the
City of Bridgetown. He said that
that was the rich part of Christ
Church which any part of the
island would be jealous about, —

He felt that the Maude Bill,
revolutionary as it was, should
have its limitations and there
should not be any attempt to in-
fringe on the parish boundaries.

He said that it was very un-
fortunate that in the case of Christ
Chureh the most built-up area
which provided the revenue for
the Southern District ‘should be
taken away. By doing that, the
parish would be losing its entire
substance and would be left with
just a mere shell,

To divide the parish as such,
would mean that the Southern
District would be extremely poor
and they would have to go hat in
hand to the Governor-in-Executive
to ask for grants. He felt that
that should not be so and suggest-
ed that the whole of Christ Church
should be included in the southern

district.
Mr. Talma finally moved that
the first schedule be considered

along with section 2 which re-
ferred to it.

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) begged
to postpone further consideration
of section—two until such time as
they got to the Schedule. He
said that no harm could be done
if the entire section were post-
poned until the end of the Bill.

Some Justification

There was some justifiable op-
position to include the real income
bearing part of Christ Church in
the metropolitan area. When the
Bill was first discussed, he strong-
ly opposed the proposal and was
of the same opinion that day.

He said that they would find
that the Central Government
would be compelled continuously
to make subventions to the south-
ern district in order that the same
standard of parochial administra-
tion which obtained in the lower
half would be possible in the
upper half.

There was no reason why the
built up area of Christ Church
should be tacked on to the Muni-
cipality and the undeveloped part
be attached to the poor rural
areas proposed. That provision
wonld only make for the division
of the same parish into two dis-
tinet parts, the haves and the have
nots and At was bound to lead to
considerable ill feeling on the part

of residents in the upper area
when parochial administration
failed to provide them with
similar amenities as those which
obtained in the lower area.
“Christ Chureh is the only

parish in the island in which the
sort of affair obtains that one half
is highly developed with tax
potential comparable with that
of the metropolitan area and the
other half is as pauperised as any
of the other rural parishes.”
What has happened was that the
publie baths and parks as well as
the number of scholarships and
the generally high standard of
parochial administration which
the lower half would have in eon-
jungetion with the Municipality
of Bridgetown, would be denied

: the upper part.

No Harm
He said that no harm could be
done if the entire parish of Christ
Church were to remain as_ part



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and parcel of the southern dis-
trict. He had always been op-
posed to the suggestion as con-
iained in the first schedule of the
Act and therefore moved that
further’ consideration of the sec-
tion he postponed until they came
to the scheduie,

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) seconded
the motion made by .the honour-
able senior member for Christ
Church. He said that 300 years
ago the parish boundaries of the
island were delineated and before
then there were not even eleven
parishes. Some of the areas had
changed from time to time. He
spoke of Speightsiown as being
the seat of millwnaives of Barba-
Gos at one Lime aid Suttle Street
us the residence of some of the
Big merchants of Bridgetown.

He said that they were not pass~
ing the Bill merely to deal with

Christ Churth that day; Sk
John Maude in his report had
recommended that boundaries

between St. Michael and Christ
Church be changed thereby in-
cluding that part of Christ Church
which the senior member for that
parish termed jhe revenue bearing
part.

What Sir John had done for
Barbados he had already done for
Great Britain. He had recom-
mended the change of areas in the
U.K. for parliamentary purposes
and the last elections there, were
run on the changed boundaries
due to Sir John’s Report.

He reminded honourable mem-
bers that they would not neces-
sarily have to go hat in hand ask-
ing the Governor-in-Executive
for grants-in-aid as Governmen
was well aware that they would
have to assist.

He said that he had risen to se-
cond the motion made by the hon-
ourable senior member for Chris?
Church as he felt that it was the
proper time to deal with the

schedule.
Be Careful

Mr. E, D. Mottley (E) said that
they should be careful in dealing
with the schedule beeause it would
appear that unless it was proper-
ly delineated, No Man's Land
would be left out between the
Bridgetown border and the north-
ern area,

Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) said
that he was quite willing to ac-
cept the motion made by the
honourable senior member for
Christ Church to deal with the
first schedule along with clause
two of the Bill.



From what the member for
Chrtst Church was saying, they
were going to take away the

wealthy part of Christ Chureh
and attach it to $t. Michael, there-
by pauperising the southern area.
He however reminded him and
other honourable members as the
Leader of the House had already
pointed out, that in many of these
schemes the Government knew
very well that they would have to
make grants where necessary in
order to improve the amenities of
the district.

Mr. Talma (L) on resumption
moved certain amendments to the
First Schedule in regard to the
Division of the areas to place the
whole parish of Christ urch in
the Southern District, because he
did not think the richer part of
that parish should be added to
the City of Bridgetown, leaving
the other half to “go with hat in
hand” to the Governor-in-Execu-
tive Committee asking for Grants-

in-aid.
Saw No Reason

He saw no -veason why City
politicians should look enviously
at the richer part of Christ Church
as a means of bolstering the econ-
omy of the City to the detriment
of the other part of Christ
Church.

He felt that if they left the
boundaries as they were, there
would be less cause for vexation.

Mr. W, A. Crawford (C) urged

that the municipality of Bridge. kn

town and the southern district

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ter would be able to afford com-
parable standards without having
to come to the present govern-
ment for money or to any future
government. .

He foresaw the possibility of
the southern district, if it started
off as it was proposed in the
Schedule, being regarded as the
hinterland of Barbados, and
therefore expected to have stand-
ards of an urban Council.

He reminded the Committee
that po future government would
feel Yégally obligateg to help the
southern district to the same ex-
tent as the municipality of Bridge-
town which occupies the - lower
part of Christ Church.

He supported Mr. Talma’s con-
tention that the parish of Christ
Chureh should remain as it is
now, and seconded the motion to
amend the Schedule to this effect,

Lost

The amendment was however
lost on an 11—6 majority. The re-
sult of the vote was as follows:—

Against the Amendment:— Mr.
E. W. Barrow, Mrs, Bourne, Mr.
Holder, Mr. Waicott, Mr. Adams,
Dr. Cummins, Mr. Cox, Mr. Wil-

liams, Mr. Haynes, Mr. Mapp,
Mr. Lewis.

For the Amendment:— Mr.
Talma, Mr, Crawford, Mr.

Vaughan, Mr. J. C. Mottley, Mr.
E. D. Mottley, Mr. Allder.

The Schedule was then passed
in its original form, and Clause
two of the Bill agreed to without
further comment

Section three which sets, out
the constitution of the municipal-
pi of Bridgetown as a Mayor and

Oorporation was passed without
debate.

Referring to Section 4, Sub-sec-
tion (1), Mr. Mottley pointed out
that as the subsection read,

eant that the City Council was
given power to elect a Mayor
other than angelected member of
the Council, and suggested that
the subsection should be amend.

so as to exclude “outsiders”
from the office of Mayor.

Mr. L, A. Williams, Mr. E. W.
Barrow, Mr. R. G. Mapp sup-
ported this view, and Mr. Barrow

d that while such a practice

tained in England and other
countries, it should not be the
ease here, and urged further that
the Mayor should be made “to
face the elections to the City
Council.”

Dr. Cummins (L) suggested a»
amendment to Subsection 4 of
Clause 4, fixing the salary of th
Mayor at $200 per month, with

an entertainment allowance of
$50 a month,

Divergence
There was a_ divergence. of
views. on this point, ang Mr.

Mapp urged that the salary should
not apply if the Mayor was ap-
pointed from outside the members
of the Council because he was
not in favour of “one cent of the
taxpayers’ money being spent in
such a manner.”

Mr. Adams (L) said he could
not’ remember-aft=the «matter of
the appointment of a person from
outside the Councillors had been
discussed in Executive Commit-
tee, and suggested that the section
should be postponed for a short
while so that he might cheek: his
notes.

He knew the practice in Eng-
land was such, but he could not
remember why the Bill was draft-
ed as it was.

There was a heated discussion
as to whether the mover of the
Bill had accepted the amendment
suggested by Mr. Mottley, or the
suggestion by Mr. Adams for the
Hostponement cf the Clause, and
Mr Mottley pressed for his mo-
tion for the amendment to be put.

The Chairman of Committees
intervened at this stage, saying
that he wanted to make his posi-
tion quite clear in the matter. He
new it as a custom, but he had
seen no rule to the effect, that
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ter before the Committee for their
decision, The Committee voted
in favour of the postponement by
a 12 majority.

Voting for the postponement
were, Mr. Lewis, Mrs. Bourne, Mr.
Mapp, Mr. Barrow, Mr. Talma,
Mr. Holder, Mr. Bryan, Mr
Adams, Dr. Cummins, Mr. Cox,
Mr. Williams, Mr. Brancker.

Voting against were,- Mr. J. C.
Mottley, Mr. V. B, Vaughan, Mr.
J. A, Haynes, Mr. E. K. Walcott,
Mr, Crawford, Mr. Allder, and Mr
KE. D. Mottley.

The Clause was postponed, and
the following Clause (5) passed
without discussion.

Under Clause six the Commit-
tee considered the suggestion
contained in the recommendation
of the Select Committee that the
Deputy Mayor should be elected
at the same time as the Mayor, by
the City Council from among the
alldermen and Councillor of the
City, rather than be appointed by
the Mayor as was the suggestion
in the Original Clause of the Bill.

The Committee considered
further recommendation that the
Deputy Mayor, by virtue of his
office should be a Justice of the
Peace,

Dr, Cummins moved an amend-
ment to the recommendations of

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the Select Committee, and sug-
gested that the salary of the
Deputy Mayor should be at the
vate of $100 a month, with an

entertainment allowance of $50 a
month when he was carrying out
the functions of the Mayor,

Mr. Mottley questioned the
reasonableness of paying the
Deputy Mayor half the Salary of
the Mayor, and moved that the
salary should be the same, in. view
of the fact that the Deputy Mayor
would be asked to leave his hon-
orary position and perform all the
functions of the whole time officer,

Mr. Mapp pointed out that in
as much as the Clause dealing
with the salary of the Mayor had
beén postponed, the Clause deal-
ing with the remuneration of the
Deputy Mayor should also be
postponed.

Unanimous Vote

Mr. Mottley seconded the
motion for the postponement of
the section, and the motion was
carried by an unanimous. vote.

The Chairman of Committees
at this stage reported progress
and asked leave for the Commit-
tee to sit again,

At this stage the House adjourn-
ed for the Dinner interval.

CHANGE

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' 30 Arrested For
Conspiracy Against
Batista’s Regime

SANTA CLARA, Cuba, Sept. 30.

Intelligence Lieutenant Jose
Manuel Diaz said that thirty per-
sons were arrested as alleged con-
epirators against President Ful-
gencio Batista’s regime, ‘but were
all released late last night. There
was no official explanation for the
release of the suspects, two of
whom Were identified as former
Congressmen Cabezas and Oscar
Alvarado, reportedly the ringlead-
ers.

Diaz said suspects were arrested
in a raid on a ranch just outside
Santa Clara where they were
meeting to discuss a province-wide
“subversive movement.”

At the same time lice said
Maunel Antonio De Varona, ex-
President of the Senate under ex-
President Carlos Prio Socalas de-

wed by the Batista regime last

arch, Was the tenth arrested and
im, med for failure to appear
at trial on charges of incitin:
public disorder.

lt was not made clear immedi-
ately whether De Varona was co1\-
nected with the thirty alleged
conspirators released last night
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Fighting Flares Up
On Korean Froni

SEOUL, Sept. 30.
Fighting flared up all across the
155-mile Korean battlefront today,
On the western front avenging
United Nations infantrymen threw
a savage assault at Chinese Coim-
munists entrenched on Big Nort
mountain, \
Diehard Reds battered the allies
back with three fierce counter-
attacks. It was on Big Nori that
Greek troops were tragically de-
feated on Sunday by mistakon
allied air bombing.

On each front South Koreas
battled Communists and dug in on
an unnamed hill which ROK thi ad
division held yesterday. ROKS
launched an immediate counte: -
attack, but were beagen back after
fierce fighting.

Action also increased on t:!
eentral front east of Kumson;
where four Chinese platoons su)
ported by eight tanks attacked «© )
advanced United Nations positio :.

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BRITISH FILMS

AT a time when buying and selling in
the British Caribbean is subject to so many
controls imposed from London, the dis-
crimination against British Films in favour
of American is surprising. Why should
Barbados be compelled to buy certain
goods from the United Kingdom instead of
from European countries, while the island
is flooded with cheap American films?

Why should the British taxpayer have
to pay for the benefits wltich Barbados
obtains from the presence here of a branch
of the British Council, when the American
way of life is much more effectively pro-
jected on the screen?

The answer probably will be given that
the American films cost less. But why
should this answer suffice?

Barbados spends more money per head
of population on education than any other
British Caribbean territory. The educa-
tional system of the island is modelled on
the United Kingdom where the Director of
Education and many school teachers are
recruited. Yet despite an expensive edu-
cational system modelled on the British
pattern, the majority of the island’s school
children are more culturally akin to North
Américans of the Middle West or Southern
States than to the average British school
child.

How. does this seeming paradox come
about? Largely because of the influence
of the American cinema and the subsidiary
mitdertee of certain. American magazines
which do not cater for intelligent readers.

Is it not time that some action was taken
to diminish the American in favour of the
British influence and thereby complete the
educational system of the schools?

Despite the facile observations of a few
intellectuals who scoff at Barbadian loyalty
to the British Crown the average Barba-
dian is profoundly attached to the British
way of life as he or she understands it.

This understanding would be much
greater if instead of American films the
public were encouraged to see good British
films. Again the observation which jis
frequently made by superficial persons is
that the Barbadian cannot understand the
spoken words of the English actors and
box-office appeal. The complete reply to
such persons is provided by the remark-
able attendances during the showing: in
Barbados of that preeminently British film
Hamlet. The true explanation why British
films are so poorly attended in Barbados
is rather the failure of the local cinemas to
advertise all but the most outstanding Brit-
ish films effectively. When quite recently
the Rocking Horse Winner was projected
on a Bridgetown screen its advertisement
in the daily newspaper was lost amid a
score of competing film notices and no
reference was made to the fact that the
film based on a story by D. H. Lawrence.

Against such indifference British films
can hardly compete.. Yet the Rocking
Horse Winner if not the best film shown
in Barbados this year ranked very highly
among the films which were shown. Some
months ago another British film of some
merit Passport to Pimlico was shown with
another film as a double attraction. Surely
the British Council is failing to educate
the cinema proprietors of the British Carib-
bean! Until they can convert cinema
audiences from a love of the more ephem-
eral American films the British way of life
will always be less popular here than the
American. The British Council alone how-
ever cannot be expected to redress the un-
balance of the cinema which is now disad-
vantageous to the British film producers.
The local government ought to recognise
the role which the British cinema has to
play in the educational system of Barbados
and ought to take action which will
encourage the showing of good British
films. Merely passing legislation to en-
force the showing of a certain number of
British films with no attention being paid
either to selection or to advertisement will
not help to popularise British films nor to
make Barbadian film goers conscious of the
artistic merits of British films. Some effort
ought to be made by the educational
authorities to establish an advisory board
which will assist cinema proprietors to
select ‘and advertise British \films ade-
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Aix Services In Colonies

LONDON

Britain has no fears today about the pro-
vision of suitable British aircraft for the
Empire trunk airlines, but there is some
cause for anxiety about the local and
regional services within the colones, said
Mr, Oliver Lyttelton, the Colonial Secre-
tary, speaking at a luncheon of the Air
League of the British Empire in London.

He said he wanted to see those services
operated by British aircraft, partly because



that would mean an increase in colonia
trade, but mainly because British aircraft
are the best and he wanted the colonies to
have the best. He appealed to the aircratft

industry to pay’ special attention to the

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At War With England

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Barbados was once at war with
England. This happened during
the Civil war, in 1651,

Charles I had been beheaded;
and England had become a Com-
under Oliver Crom-
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1649, many Royalists fled
new British colonies in

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these colonies,

lies; and after Cromwell took
control of the country, others did
the same, Some of them too,
vere sent out as slaves.

Naturally, these new colonies,
Bermuda, Virginia, Antigua and
Burbados, became loyal support-
ors of Chavles I, and refused to
recognise the Commonwealth.

But Barbados went even fur-
iher than this, and in 1650, pro-
claimed Charles II as their lawful
overeign.

In reprisal for the attitude of
Parliament pass-
ed a Navigation Act restricting
heir trade. Virginia yielded;
but Barbados persisted, having
received a proposal from Ber-
muda to enter into a league for
mutual protection, and to supply
‘he Bermudianhs with arms and

munition.

Meny intrigues and conspiracies



ow took place, Governor Bell
imself being suspected to be :
>-yliamentarian, as the followers
¢ Cromwell were then called.
Two brothers named Walround,
eaders of. the Royulist Party.

used Col. Guy Molesworth to
e banished from the island,
Round Head Plot?

Then they spread a report that
he Parliamentarians planned to
ize the magazines and kill all
qevalists. Excitement reached to
, great “height. Colonels Selby
ind Read advanced with their
-egiments towards Bridgetown 1h
cize the Governor.
Awakened by the alarm, he
-alled upon Col. Modyford to mus~
ert the Windward Regiment to
estore his authority. In one
ght alone, 1,500 infantry and
, savalry were raised.

op govatien prepared for battle.
va moment, it seemed that the
‘vil War of England had spread
© Barbados.

At this stage of affairs, Lord
Villoughby arrived, and gave
otice to Governor Bell that he

sad a commission from King
harles Il end the Earl of Carlisle
pointing him Governor of the
‘ritish West Indies.

Governor Bell was removed,
nd Lord Willoughby established
imself, First he called a meet-
, of the Legislature and got

m to acknowledge the sov-
-signty of Charles I. He then
eued a Declaration of Right in
hich he proclaimed that the
lonists were not to be governed
y a Parliament where they had
» representatives; and he refused
» close the harbours of the
Jand to Dutch i gn ag to
14h tion Act, for their co-
anne and assistance had
‘Anemmuch for the prosperity of
re colony.

Then he seized several estates
elonging to Parliamentarians, and
nposed heavy fines on them.
‘any of them fled to England,
ad reported the news to Crom-
ell.

Parliament immediately de-



A Challenge To A

The belief has become wide-
dread. that a Cataract must be
‘lowed to ripen before it can be
perated on, because it is the
ractice of those into whose hands
e his placed a surgeon’s knife
) operate only after one had been
jade to suffer the twilight of
. areblindness while awaiting
vat far-off-day that may never
:wn for vhe poor sufferer,

There are three techniques
vshich can be applied by the
vodern Cataract surgeon when a
agnosis has been arrived at that
ne.is really suffering from
‘ataract.

(1) If the patient is fortunate
» have his Cataract exposed at
» very earliest incipient stages
efore vision is seriously obscured,
ven the glandular treatment or
in lens-antigen treatment
spoused by some of the world’s
ading specialists can be applied.
» the meanwhile, the optometrist
ekes on the high, honourable,
nd much need professional role
1 guiding the patient down the
imming corridors of time, guard-
1g him against the dread com-

lieations of glaucoma, retinitis,
ptic atrophy etc. supplying
‘oper lerlse@s and encouraging

m to put greater and greater
‘Tort into his visual function;
nd finaly maintaining by confi-
‘ence an emotional stability which
s necessary for successful surgi-
al treatment if the case still

oil

Our Readers

The St. Leonard’s
Secondary School

o the Editor, The Advocate;
SIR,—I have been goaded into
writing this letter, by the re-
marks of W. H. Carter in the
sdvocat of 23rd inst. I took
ay son along to the new school
Richmond last week, and I!
can only say that I was appa-led
at what I saw. I have searched
ny dictionary diligently for a
vord that would describe the
cene that presented itself to me
» Monday morning last week,
snd the only word that J] can
ind is ‘chaos’, It did not take a
vained observer to ste that the
chool was not in a fit state to
2@ opened. Mr, Carter is at pains
o point out that the workmen
had to be driven out of the
school on, the Friday before. Well,
xe speaks as one with authority,,
ind it is not for me to contradict
him; but TI must say that the
men whom I saw applying coats
of cream paint downstairs in the

chool building were marvellous
ctors, for the) certainly de-
-eived me into thinking that

| they were workmen,
If, as Mr. Carter states, the
chool has settled down to work

so nicely, then it is the good old

By Ralph Prince

lared the inhabitants~of Barba-
dos rebels and traitors to the Com-
nonwealth, and despatched Sir

xyeorge Ayscue with a large fleet
and a considerable number
soldicrs to reduce the island to
obedience,

Barbados Prepares

Meanwhile the Barbadians had
already heard the news,’ and
resolutely prepared for war,

Lord Willoughby made _ good
use of the loyalty of the inhabi-
tants; and not only did he strongly
fortify the whole island, but he
also raised a large army for its
defence. He equipped many ves-
sels as warships, and with these



he sailed to the other islands
under his government, and
organized their resistance.

Then returned to Barbados,
and waited for the. mig
England. oer ie

The English’ fleet arrived on
the i0th of October 1651, part
anchoring at Curlisle Bay, and
the remainder at QOistin’s Bay

At this time Lord Willoughby
Wes at an entertvinment about 12
miles in the countryside. In
fact, so lightly were these vessels
regarded that the Marshal of the



isl went olf in a rowboa
see who the strangers were, eae
immediately was made prisoner!
When Lord Willoughby returned
to Bridgetow: de manded the
Marshal’s lease; but was re-
fused.

Instead, Sir George Ayscue call-
ed upon him to surrender the
island to Parliament!

Lord Willoughby replied that he
knew of no supreme authority
over Englishmen but the King,
whose commission he held, and
for whom he resolved to keep
Barbados and the other islands
under his command.

Sir George’s reply was a fierce
bombardment of the castle. This
had no effect but a fiercer return
of gunfire from the shore.

He tried to land some of his

ne

re

2,000 troops, but could not, for
there were such strong forts all
around, and the forces were so

well placed along the shore, that
he found the operation too dan-
gerous to attempt,

Three weeks passed, The in-
vaders were still unable to land,
for the Barbadians held fast. The
Commissioners from Parliament,
who were on board with Sir
George, sent a proposal to them,
trying to persuade them to sub-
mit and to desert Lord Willough-
hy and his party. and promising
them full indemnity.

In reply, the Council and the
House of Assembly met on Novem-
ber 4th and promised the Governor
full support. They further set
forth their determination to de-
fend the island in the name of His
Majesty Charles II, 80 as to pre-
serve the liberties which they en-
joyed under the constitution,

Sir George Ayscue and his men
were amazed at this obstinacy,

Another offer of settlement was
made by the Commissioners; but
they met the same answer: Bar-
bados would be defended at all
costs!

This time hundreds of men
were landed at the main fort to
take it by storm; but they met

Methods

fy Neyille Schuler
0.0. D.Se.

turns out to be one that is not
amenable to non-surgical therapy.

(2) When vision is so obliterated
that the patient is threatened with
a deprivation of the capacity to
earn, especially as we see in the
case of accountants, then an
operation must be performed
immediately in order to save the
sufferer, not only from blindness,
but from losing his reason.

(3) When operation has
heen decided upon there are
several types to be drawn upon
depending on the surgeon's tem-
perament and skill. The latest
operation is to have a small plastic
lens put in place of the diseased
lens removed from the interior of
the eye during the operation, This
obviates the wearing of very
heavy and unsightly spectacles.

an

A logical and bractical method
of management of incipient Catar-
act is in order. Certain it is the
height of human folly and of
psychological mediocrity to tell
a patient that he or she has par-
tially formed Cataracts; that
nothing can be done; to wait for
the Cataracts to ripen; and then

Say:

so=

elementary school teacher who
has come to the rescue again and
pulls the chestnuts out of the
fire. It is obvicus that the whole
affairs has been badly messed up
Far too much of the tax-payers
money has been spent in this
scheme that was unfortunately
conceived and has been unhap~
pily born, I want te know what
we the parents of Barbados are
going to @o about it, Are we
going to continue to refuse to
tace facts? Are we going to sit
passively while some peopts
attempt to cloak these facts before
our very syes? Are we going tc
stand idly by and watch our
children sacrificed on the altar o
educational theory? I have been
waiting for our teachers to give
a lead; but though I respect thero
very much, it does seem as though
“Their’s not to reason why, their's
but to do and die.” I shudder t
think that the streets of this
beautiful island may one day rin
blood because of mass illiteracy
but are we not heading that way'
Every sensible person that I have
spoken to recently admits that we



need an enquiry into our educa-
n, but it seems that a
parents,
the
ick

tional syste
conc ed clamour by
teacher d legislators is
only thing that will do the tr
One more thing I must s:
Carter u give

urges to

ntiquated



such stiff resistance thet they had

to withdraw.
T'wo months had now gone, and
Barbados still held out.

& third overture by the Com-
missioners being refused, Sir
George sent for reinforcements
from Virginia.

When these arrivea, he ianded
an overwhelming force, driving
the defenders from their strong-
holds to a place called Port

Royal. The invaders soon cap-
tured the place, killing 50 and
taking 100 prisoners. Then they

burned many houses, and re-
turned to their ships as the town
was now untenable.

Col. Modyford and Lt. Coi.
Burch, senior officers of the
island’s forces, now carried on

intrigues with Admiral Ayscue.
They held a secret conference
ashore one night with Capt. Park,
Col. Drax and Mr. Raynes (one
of the Commissioners), and came
to an agreement.

Willoughby Refuses

As a result of this, on Jan. 6th
1652, Col. Modyford mustered his
regiment, consisting of 1,000 men
wnd 120 cavalry; and persuaded
them to stop fighting and recog-
nize the Commonwealth, The
articles agreed upon with the
Commissioners were sent to
Lord Willoughby for his com-
pliance.

He bluntly refused.

Col. Modyford’s house was now
made headquarters of the Parlia-
mentary forces. Admiral Ayscue

landed, and proclaimed .the
authority of Parliament over
Barbados.

Lora Willoughby, however, was
determined to fight to the end,
and marched with a force of 3,000
men against the enemy.

But other soldiers soon desert-

ed.

He thereupon held a Council
of War with his officers, A shell
struck the house where this was
held, and blew off the head of the
soldier on guard,

The enemy was now 80 close
that the defenders retreated 2
miles that same night.

Lord Willoughby realised that
with the small army he had left,

he could not resist the over-
whelming foree arrayed against
him.

So he sent a trumpeter to Ad-
mirel Ayscue, with a demand for
a treaty! This was immedjately
agreed to, an@ on January 11th,
1652, the Commissioners signed
“The Charter, of Barbados”.

By the articles contained in this
charter, Barbados recognized the
Commonwealth of England, while
the colonists were to retain all
their liberties. Lord Willoughby,
who had been impeached by Par-
liament, was restored to all his
rights in England, Barbados, An-
tigua, and Surinam, The inhabi-
tants of the islend were forgiven
for all acts committed during the
war; all a¥ghts' were remored)
end trade was declared to be “free

with .all nations that do trade
with England.”
These liberties, having been

thus placed on record, the resist-
ance of Barbados to England pro-
duced results that remain to this
day.





to have them removed by a now
antiquated surgical method,

The wearing of correct glass?s
during one’s lifetime is another
method of combatting this grave
ocular disorder. Burdon-Cooper,
Davis, Risley and others have
furnished irrefutable proof of the
influence of light, colour, and
what is commonly known as
evestrain in the causation of
Cataract. Faber Birren, a leading
psychologist in the U.S.A. makes
some slight reference to tne
writer’s work on Cataract in
British Guiana. He says on page
130 in his book “Selling With
Colour”, quote:

“It is also recognized that a
wretched seeing condition may
be an indirect cause of Cataract.
Dr. Neville Schuler states that
wiere the eyes are strained to
see, a bad train of happenings
may occur—alteration in the
secretory part of the ciliary body,
defective and deficient secretion,
nutritional troubles and finally
Cataract.”

Faber Birren himself agrees
that if our attitude seems to be
one of undue anxiety, certainly
it rests upon a desire to drama-
tize an important role. In this
case we dramatize the part that
the early detection and treatment
of Cataract plays in life rather
than we should subscribe to an
attitude of “do nothing” that is
both unreasonable and fatalistic.



where praise is due, and I agree
with him_ wholeheartedly; con-
sequently I say all praise to Mr.
Millar and his staff who seem to

have done a very difficult job very
well,

May I close with this quotation:
“You can fool some of the people
all the time; you can fool all of
the people some of the time; but
you can’t fool all of the people
all the time.’

ANXIOUS PARENT
Organ Airs

To the Editor, the Advocate
SIR,—I note with considerable
surprise the application to the
Vestry for £1,800 to provide an
extension to the existing Cathedral
organ, undoubtedly one of the best
in the West Indies, is a great asset
and possesses a wide compass as
an instrument, It would seem,
however, to be a matter of luxury
for this organ to be extended, and
for the Cathedral authorities to
expect tax-payers, who already
make an over generous contribu-
tion to the upkeep of the Cathe-
dral, to foot the bill can only be
described 24 an imposition, ~
Surely it is time that the Cathe-
dral congregation, already so
largely spoon-fed, should make it
its own business to raise the whole

of this extension fund. It is high
time that church people should
learn to stand on their own feet«

Yours faithfully,
“LAZARUS,”

_ WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1, 1952
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called “The Flame” has been burned down.

THE rundown, beat-up railway on which
I go to work has held an election. The long
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New York area. At last they are getting
new ones.

They let us patrons vote on colour schemes
for the carriages We decided on cream-
coloured ceilings, blue-green walls, and rust-
red aisle floors.

Oh, speed the day, speed the trains!
THE army banned a picture of screen star
Marilyn Monroe posing with four Service-
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WORKMEN are starting to dig a third
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AMERICA’S ‘youngest political party is
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SAD NEWS from Schenectady, New York
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1,

HOUSE PASS INCOME TA

No Increase Proposed Engin

THE House of Assembly yesterday passed without
comment a Bill fixing the rate of income tax ior the year

1952

1952 on the same basis as last year.
The rates are as follows:—



On every complete dollar of
taxable income up to
On every complete dollar of
taxable income beyond
do do do.
do. co do.
do do do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
do. do. do
do. do. do.

of 47 years

his duties.

and 7

Mr. George Leaves
Barclays Bank
After 47 Years

Mr. C. C. George, local director
of Barclays Bank (D.C, and QO.)
retired from that institution yes-
terday after serving for a period
months.
has been succeeded by Mr. G. G.
Money who has already taken up

$s 480 at 2%

$ 480 and up to$ 960 at 5
960



Death By

Misadventure

DEATH by misadventure was

cents

cents

do 1,920 at 10 «cents the verdict returned by a nine-
1,920 do. 2,880 at 15 cents man jury to His Worship Mr. G. B,
ao Soo at azn Cents Griffith, Acting Police Coroner of
4800 do. 2.400 at 37% cents District “A” when the inquiry
8,400 do 12,000 at 47% cents into the circumstances surround-
wat ae 24,000 ar os Sents img the death of 25-year-old Vin-

come before the

ing revenues for the next

He said he would not

honourable
that

but
see

tion,
would

He

Mr. George expects to settle in semember that the
Barbados where he resides at
“Uplands,” upper Christ Church.

On Saturday afternoon, Mr. ts
Money gave a farewell cocktail island could rae =
party at the Bank House, Pine Year in three, but that they

Hill in honour of Mr. and Mrs.
presentations were
made to them, subscribed to by
members of the staff of the benk’s
branches thoughout
West Indies, British Guiana, Nas-
sau and Belize, British Honduras.

Mr. George was born on June
at Asansol,
in England from 1892
1909 during which time he re-
education at

George when

30, 1887
lived

ceived his
school, Bruton,
worked in

ment of Messrs.
and Son from January 1905
He later joined
the Colonial Bank, now Barciays
Bank (D.C. and O.) in London

February 1906.

Somerset

the Banking Depart-
Cook

Thomas

on February 25, 1907.

Mr. George arrived in Jamaica
1909 where he
the bank’s branch
there before coming out to Bar-
bados on December 1,

on March 9,
worked with

also worked in Trinidad,
Vincent and St, Thomas until
July 1914.

He went home on

after some
England
August 13, 1914,
Mr. George

through

again

the British

India.

Sextys

1909.

long leave
on a German boat and arrived in
Hamburg, August 4, 1914, the day
World War 1 was declared, and
episodes,
Denmark

reached

served
Barbodos from 1915 to 1917, acted

three years.

every year

scheme
therefore

for development
to consider

He
wo

ation this year would remain
fame as it was last year, It
not mean that therefore in
rext five years,

and

to

in any particular category in
particular year.

In coming down with the
year plan, Government

schemes which might not

He

St. said that so that

members could understand

been saying

that they
awaiting the

Beasley

on

in
of income tax.

as Manager, St. Lucia from 1918

—1920, was
for the

Manager
Agent

local Director

yesterday.

From 1932 to 1947, Mr. George
Commissioner

was alco

B.W.I. from
was sub-Manager, Barbados, 1923,
1924—1923,
in New York from 1928-—
1931, and Manager, Trinidad from
1932-1947 when he
June 30, 1947 but was appointed
British
West Indies from that date until

Barbados,

Assistant Inspector
1920—1922,

in the

rency for Trinidad.



MAIL, NOTICES



! that everyone
‘ for St. Lucia by the M.V. Lady #ppreciate the fact that prepara- haemorrhage.
Joy will be closed at the General Post ae for a five-year-development
2 as unde plan, with the i -
Parcel Registered and Ordinary Mails ot I : b question of a one

10. a.m. todav, Ist

denia W

October, 1952
Mails for Trinidad by

the

Post Office as under:—

Parcel Mail at

October, 1952,

Mails for Dominica, Martinique, Guade.--
United Kingdom and France by
Colombie will be closed at the

loupe,
the S.s.

12 (noon),
and Ordinary Matis at 2 p.m. to-day, 1st

General Post Office as under:—

Parce! and Pegistered Mails at 2 p.m.
and Ordinary Mail
on the 4th October,

on the
at 9 a.m

Mails for st

3rd October,

retired on

of Cur-

Sch
will be closed at the General

Registered

1952
Vincent by the Sch. Bel

Should Not Interfere

come in with the

week, but until then, they
fere with the rates of
tax.

vide for the year’s business

he felt

five-year development plan which
would entail, not merely schemes
for expenditure during the next
five years, but schemes for rais-

years to cover the expenditure.

declare
what Government proposed to do
by way of fresh or added taxa-
members
with the five-
year development plan proposed,
Government had been careful t
last four drowning.

Must Consider Carefully
Therefore in formulating a plan ceased was a hard drinker,
for the next five years, Govern-
ment could never assume that ainbow M told the court that he
would produce n
bumper crop. Government in its ber 23 about 10 p.m. he was sit-

carefully
the question of taxation, and it '
was decided that the rate of tax-

the rate would
in any particular category remain
the same, or go up or go down ON £8 BOND

exactly the same as last year,

He said that Government would of
five-year-
scheme of Revenue and Expendi-
ture, probably within the next 27, was

It was true that it might be
suggested that the public who
pay income tax should know well
in advance what the tax propro-
sals of the Government were so
that they might be able to pro- of My Lords Hill, St,

would natural

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) who tock Centian engineer Hynford Paynter
charge of the Bill said that the W45 concluded yesterday.
zover’ > sed shortly to
Government ee tiene "aes a 2m engineer on the Schooner Rain-

The body of Paynter who was

N was found by the Harbour
Police floating in the Careenage on
September 25. It was fished out
and taken to the Public Mortuary.

Dr. A, S. Cato who performed
the post mortem examination on
the body of the deceased on Sep-
tember 25 said that the deceased
was dead for about 12 hours.

There was no fracture of the
skull but both lungs showed some
* small surface haemorrhages, In
© his opinion death was due to
Gilbert Marks, captain

five

years were perhaps exceptional of the Schooner Rainbow M said
in that statistics over the last that on September 23 he and
haif century have shown that the the deceased left the schooner

bad and went to Chapman's Lane and
had had some drinks. He left the de-

not had that bad year for the last ceased at Chapman’s Lane and on

September 24 he heard that the
deceased was missing. The de-

Federick James, cook of the

a knew the deceased. On Septem-
had timg_on a cabin trunk on the deck
of the Rainbow M when he saw
mate coming towards the
schooner.

He noticed that the mate helped
the deceased to get on the ship.
The mate and himself went to
their cabins leaving the deceased
sitting in the stern.

the
did
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His Worship Mr. EB. A. McLeod,
five Police Magistrate of District “A”

might yesterday placed Harold Foster
find itself calling upon the tax- (23) of Passage Road, St. Michael
payers of the island to finance 0M a bond for six months in the

be Sum of £2 for stealing six pieces
He Of lumber the property of J. B,

honourable Leslie & Co., Ltd.

the _ The offence was committed on

Government’s position, otherwise September 29. The lumber was
it might be said that they had V@lued at 8/4,

were
Report,
they had received the Report on
which was based the Five-year
yey arg programme, and yet
the most they could do now was
to come in With the same rates 7@Phirin Bakery on September 30.

Gilbert Headley a 21-year-old
baker of Green Hill, St, Michael
was also placed on a bond for
six months by the same Magistrate
when he pleaded guilty yesterday
of stealing 20 pounds of lard from

ADJOURNED



The case in which Stanley Paul
Nelson Street, St. Michael is
charged with inflicting bodily harm
on Walbert Stoute on September
adjourned yesterday by
did His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith

not think that they should inter- antil October 12.
income

Mr. L. Williams is appearing in
the case on behalf of Stoute,

NATURAL CAUSES

Dr. A. S, Ashby performed a
post mortem examination on the
body of 62-year-old Lenora Watts
Michael
but yesterday and attributed death to
causes namely cerebral



Watts was admitted to the
General Hospital on September 29

crop economy, was not a matter from her home about 8.15 a.m.

Gar-
night,

Without further discussion
Bill was’ read a second time
passed in all its stages,

House Amend



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The House of Assembly yester-

giving the’ Governor-in-Executive
Committee power to fix the over- September 10, Sgt. Alleyne who
seas telegraph rates to Common- Prosecuted for the Police gave
wealth and foreign destinations.

Mr. F. L, Walcott who moved @pPpealed.
the second reading of the Bill said

Secretary of Staie
that the Over-

United Kingdom to Common-
wealth and foreign destinations yy

which could be dealt with over- but died the same day about 4.20

D.m,
the ¥ ABOURER FINED

and

His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn,
Police Magistrate of District. “A”,-
yesterday fined 26-year-old
labourer William Thompson of
Nelson Street, St. Michael £2 to
be paid in seven days or one
month’s imprisonment with hard
labour for wounding Police Con-
the stable Athelston Cumberbatch on
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At yesterday’s meeting of the
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the Brancker tabled a question rela-

the

ast thes cin tmunaie Wh sae Ne gd aes gene that Live to an advertisement in. the

the following hips through their Bar- similiar increases were justified Press concerning a licants for
atin tant paGioe: in the Overseas Telegraph Rates the Bahamas Police Force,

$5. American Faxte, SS_ 5. Rosa, from Commonwealth territories. The question reads; —

Seah aris? eal Chas ere ae?) He explained further that the 1, Is Government aware of an

SS,’ Nordbo, SS. Salte 58, LS. amendment to the Act would advertisement which has appear-

a, SS. Cold mbie. 5.8. Nassa, 8.8. ubviate the necessity for a Bill to ed in the Local Press calling for

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Sundaie, SS Pantanassa, $S. Fisece,.ment by which the Governor-in- Police Force from taking advan-
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Skauvann, So fle SS. Catherine. urged that the authority for fixing °3, If the answer to No. 2 is
deborg, 8.5. Cristallina, $8. Sapho, 8.8, those rates should continue to in the affirmative, will Govern-

Athelbeach, S.S, Hurworth, 8.8. Scher- remein with the House.

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Molasses

Motor vesstl “Student Prince
IL” arrived in the port a few days
ago from Newfoundland, and is
taking a cargo of 149 puncheons,
323. barrels, 5,480 cartons of
molasses. This motor vessel is
consigned to W. S. Monroe &
Co., Ltd. who is shipping
molasses.

The captain H. Thomasan told
the Advocate yesterday that if
the work is completed and the
weather is favourable, ~he will
leave*’ port between Friday and
Saturday for St. John’s.

LOADS SUGAR:

Shipment abroad of the 1952
Sugar crop is nearing completion.
During the past two days, prepar-
ations were being made to ship
about 2,000 tons of sugar on the
S.S. Crofter for delivery at Liv-
erpool,

Lorries hauling sugar from the
various warehouses added greatly
to the activity on the upper
wharf where the bulk of the
sugar is being loaded into lighi-
ers for conveyance to the ship

The final shipment from Bar-
bados will depend on the shipping
Space available on two other
vessels which are expected to
arrive here soon.

The SS. Crofter
leave today.

FOR REPAIRS:

The Harbour Police launch
Hawk was lifted out of the water
on Monday evening by the Gov-
ernment crane.

The launch will undergo its
yearly cleaning, overhauling and
painting.

SAILING TONIGHT:

he Lady Rodney will be sail-
ing tonight at 8.00 o’clock for
Bermuda, Boston, Halifax and
Montreal via the British Northern
Islands,

OFF DRY DOCK:

The motor vessel Ricardo Arias
came off dry dock yesterday
morning, after undergoing ex-
tensive repairs, This vessel
arrived in Barbados on Septem-
ber 6th from Martiniquie, where
it had stayed for one month and
twenty days before it went on
dock, After going on dock, it was
discovered that the material
required was not obtainable.

the



expects to



On its arrival here, the Ricardo
Arias had to await the comple-

tion of repairs to the Daerwood
which left port on the 16th of
September for Aruba, Repairs

were therefore completed in 14
days.

The captain of the vessel is
Senor Celestino Allimilla, a
native of St, Thomas in the Vir~
gin Islands, He is the only
English speaking member of the
crew, the others being of Span-
ish origin. The vessel, which
is registered in Panama, is used
in’ cattle-trading.

UNDERGOING REPAIRS:

The schooner Emeline which is
at berth near the Central Foun-
dry’s dockyard, is at present
undergoing internal repairs.
Carpenters were at work yester-
day repainting the crew’s quarters.
The schooner is consigned to the
Schooner Owners’ ASsociation.

* ” 4!

The Motor Vessel Blue Star is

also undergoing repairs at its
berth near Liverpool Lane.
While painters are at work re-

painting the outside of the vessel

the crew are engaged in cleaning
the deck,

$3,580 For Cost
Of Living Index

THE House of Assembly yes-
terday passed a Resolution for
$3,580 to meet the cost of prepar-
ing a new Cos: of Living Index.



The amount is a revote of the!
unexpended balance at 3lst
March, 1952 of the amount of
$3,780 provided there in Supple-
mentary Estimates 1951—52, to
meet expenses in connection with
the processing and tabulation of
the material, which is being pre-
pared locally by the University
College of the West Indies, for the
determination of a new Cost of
Living Index.

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aircraft of recognised
tional Airlines.”

Two resolutions submitted by
Grenada on the questions of
illegal strikes, and the fluctuations
from time to time of the cost of

Interna-

living in each island, are also set
down for consideration.

The Resolutions read as fol-
lows:

1, WHEREAS the Economic

Situation of the majority of the
islands of the Caribbean repeated-
ly disrupted by illegal and/or
lightning strikes in most cases on
the most trivial pretext and some-
times without the approval of the

union to which such strikers
belong,

AND WHEREAS these strikes
result in considerable loss to all

sections of the community.

BE iT RESOLVED that Govern-
ment be approached with a view
of introducing legislation, where
same does not already exist, for
the purpose of making it an of-
fence for any strike to be called
without going through the pro-
cedure lajd down by Law, and in

accordance with Trade Union
principles.
2. WHEREAS the question of

the cost of living is a feature which
plays an extremely important part
in any community

AND WHEREAS there is some
uncertainty as to whether or not
the figures are being compiled
correctly,

BE IT RESOLVED that Govern-
ment be requested to set up in
each West Indian Island a perma-
nent Committee to study and ad-
vise on the fluctuations from time;
to time in the cost of living in each
island, and j

|

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED |
that the right to advise on all)
economic matters be vested in|
this Committee, |

Attending the meeting as dele- |
gates will be, Lt. Col, E. J. Hey-|
wood (British Guiana); Hon. R.,
W. Youngman, Mr, G. M. DaCosta, |
Mr, C. P,. Stephenson (Jamaica); |
Mr. G. H. King, Mr. S, H. Kinch, |
Mr, H, A. C. Thomas (Barbados);
Captain E. Earle Hughes (Gren- |
ada); Mr. Owen D. Brisbane (St.
Vincent); Brigadier A. S, Mav-'
rogordato, Mr, Willard G. Grant, |
Mr, Arthur C. Hale, (Trinidad).|

The names of the Antigua, St. |
Lucia and St. Kitts delegates have |
not yet been released.

The Montserrat and Dominica
Chambers will be represented by
Professor C, G, Beasley, Economic
Adviser to Colonial Development
and Welfare in the West Indies.

Other Honorary members at-
tending will be Mr. A. E. V. Bar-
ton of the West India Committee,
Inc.; Mr. W. Fergusson, United
Kingdom Trade Commissioner at
Jamaica; Mr. A, R, Starck, United
Kingdom Trade Commissioner at
Trinidad; Mr. Max Palmer, Cana-
dian Government Trade Commis-
sioner at Jamaica; Mr. C. R,
Stollmeyer, B.W.I, Trade Com-!
missioner in Canada, |

Mr. N. A. Polack will be Seere-
tary to the Congress.



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WEDDING



Church, Mr, Timothy Richards |
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert|
Richards took as his bride Miss|

Dolores Gill, daughter of Mr. and| Tt} 5
Mrs. E. Gill of Halls Road. |
The ceremony was performes |

by the Rev. H. S. Tudor and the}

son of

bride who was given in marriage
by her uncle Mr. Thomas Gill, A
wore a dress of accordion pleated

nylon and lace. Her headdress of
Satin and rhinestones and long)
veil of appliqued chiffonnet was
the gift of Miss Gwen Gibbons of
Brooklyn, New York. She carried
a bouquet of radiance roses, and!
Queen Anne's lace.

She was attended by Miss Ertil
Stuart as maid-of-honour who
wore a dress of egg colour. The
bridesmaids, Misses Patricia and
Angela Gill, cousins of the bride,
and Monica Greaves. The ushers
were Mr. Joseph Hope and Mr.
Gordon Browne. ‘

A reception was held at ‘the
yride’s home and the honeymoon
is being spent at “Inch Marlowe”,
Silver Sands.

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called “Al jo the were four lent ea saaihanihe eae eh 7629 Golc Ring 108 Gol ; 36606 ld Ring Ring ” ‘BICYCLE 951. ' , OUNT” THE UNITE Closes
Ouse erate Lot exeel for fur 37628 Gold Ring 89 3 Gent's 1890 Go’ Signet 7 ly 3, 1 1 Ss. “BURM FOR Barbados
. f soz 7634 Iden, 39743 G td Ring 4 Gold : Ring 47—July 1, 1951. 5.8. WARD For t
INGTON 3 co) en Dia eons aa Ring 9765 ophone Watch 41892 Gold Iden: Ring desis 3 M.177 ST, 1. HOMEWARD FO! ‘arth Sent.
Pen ing and dinir ; a 9 ing “ross 30084 Gent's RG. W ibe. Gola Bebe t & pen — wees ar 8, 1951. ’ 1 70th Sony
feet of land. nchens on ere ae wiih taal Cee ee 7 cease Gan Ring ae oe ere 3682 925 . 10, 951. Vessel - Liverpoo
aaa portals a th ae at pels Alan Py. 18767 ee eee Seeno Geld 83 Go Ring ta108 Maid4onOet 19, 3 London,
try ‘ + pata MANAC — Raphael’ Di: 7604 ies’ R.G 39850 G Id Ring ing 419 Gola t Ring 06 1891—Oct, 1951. ” oe
‘ad's ee ialon electric “ALMANAC Wee OO. | Se ~-— 137 51 Ladies 54 Gol Iden. R 41985 ld Signe 431 M.189 t. 31, 1 | OFTER "9
gor wher aed ghemeus. Rober MANAC © 139751 old Ring 3985 Gold 39 Go ing 44884 1970-—Or 7, 1951, |S.8. “CR CHANT ly to... _
vagter) and water to Mrs Ephemeu: a i 89752 «Gol 1 Ring ‘aten 39879 420: Gold Rin o78 M. Nov. 15, 1981. | 3.8. “MER tion, apply Agents ali nda ind
romnent Montion 00 CAL Al pest. BP e2 Gold R CW. We 1. 42074 old Ring 45 2 M. vanes ‘1951. ;S.8. Informa’ TD. — IOBOSSOSS
A oes — Hous [BROWN'S NAUTICA FO gags e777 Ladies on, Ring Jan, 195 ings 42087 G Id Ring pendant 4522 or resale tm 59 further co. L' tet
Fondapeliion * Claes for} BROWN'S NAL “Timited quantity | 39771 Gold Iden, Rine ails oases Oak a otk vee ee 1133— ame | wor STA & a
‘Cosmopol ‘ ‘139778 G Iden. ‘tech 758 2 Bang! 4208 G. Nec G. W. 556 M 54—Jan. 7, 1952. A CO! HORE
oon ye na eee ee Ott —A limited WARP 377 Gold Wa tant, Peags Gold 42102 G. lies’ R. 43 M88: 6—Jan. 17, aris 4 D. a
Pires property ie Sh ursd.ts : ae ete ree — a & Fene » | gaioa Gold mice 5 err ee one oe i -Jan Bd see.
\ Jog V. Scott & Co.. Ltd. aren 8 Gol ing 3 Go kl yeckhice 4214! Gold ; € M. an 1952
'E mover, Fi yo aeons - 13781 Gola R Ring 3479: Gold Ne Yeckla 42146 G 46042 M.9293—J b. 1, sa. |.
dob'® D. e482 y Iden. 4804 t 6074 611—Fe 23, 19) {%
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n Road, Lid. Oppo 3786 Gold R Ring dan ndant| Aue, ing pendants 1 g99 M bana 5 20 2. | y °
good fae “& CO. 27.9.52-—4 378715 ld Stone benaar and pe Gold R & | 46344 4534— h “° 1 R
ft. ade sides 0 Gol 6 Guitar mlace. end 6618 Necklace ing 70 M pas 1 ‘ >
care BG a raph, | 3789 3487 Nec t Ring 3 G. et Rin h 443 M.2008— ‘ “se
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Afeher 2 Leonard's dink s by A don. Con eal 1379 old Pir 24951 told Ring t: Gold 36691 Gold Signe Ring 53011 10452—J 10, 19 %
2" St. : ia i Rarbaao ae ee to 973 G Signet R 4 Gol Kclet; *| 36710 Iden: in 53508 M. ‘une 1952. | >
* Enala in tion o:, 2 379 Gold Si t Ring 3498 ld Nee h; G)3 Gold h Cha 5350 266—J 13, 4
¥ See See co tilio ocate C tf. 138553 Gold Signe 1992 Go le r Dis' 36728 Id Wate 47343 MLO! 8—June 1952,
days afte ys Advoc 71.4.52—t. 67 Gold Rings 3498 Bang Burte 36731 Go Ring . 473 Mm O73 aie ase. x
im Pa ieee 1 BRO 2 Gold Ring PNS. ron oa Ring coe aoe o 20, 1 iy 1E S
after 4 p Hobiteunee 58100 old Stone 35005 E ons 36751 ld Iden. 2605 M. 6—June 1952. OUND 2.
tian vently abd. UND 38117 G fe On Rane ing} 42171 Go a Bangle (52 251 une 30, j SOUTHB 24th, 195 aJ *
28. 9. ian Laer & POOND. ei Gala Gold . Ring % Gol ing dant 47482 M.8990—J' —Oci. | ber aan alling a
; ae «& 8812 5042 d Ring Iden 4217! ld Ri & pends 3760 ith Tripod. Septem Cartagen 2, C aica.
4“ ellinghouse 8 15. Gol ngle; G. atch 2233 Go ecklet gles 5 ra with ”, Sailing uracao, Sth, 195 nd Jam
ee 8, Shattel aw ohO.b | LOST July 1950 Ring ce o. ler c WwW. W i7087 GON by goes 12, Capote 1952. MBIE”. ne, Cree Ss na a
: ay N Gold . 5138 dies’ C. 4225 G. Ba Bi 449 27, 1 b. 14, 3, “COLO: La G ing Oc Cartage
* rented GARRISO! slear.on 38181 ld Bangle q 59 La Ring 2273 2 Ring: G. Feb. e—Dec. me vinidad, ” ailin: racao,
Sei. Ta. and tam ee, LOST ith }3gi98 Go Necklace 899 8 Gold ing ay Gc. ing 55 SOE is ‘ T RASSE”. uaira, Cu “
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befor Samec a A rg re - black he name ringing Mor ial 42 38219 Gold Signet ae y 076 Gold Ring ‘eels Gold Ten Ring = veal Machin: 1m”. a, — 952, Calling
Set Hater oagin Octobe fas to tie ns ee te 6 Gold et “an oun : iver | 4g Sea Sent tie Sewin . MB or iy yan.
BE rewa' y Lor 952 | 3826 ld Sign 10078 d Ring 2 Silv 42399 da Signe 45851 Seb. “COLO ue, Dom ber 28th,
““Thunsdny. a ee. lambros”, M Sie on 138810 Go Ring Gol klace; Gol 1952, ‘achine— 1%. .S.s. rtiniq iling Octo! ,
; Fe 086 Nec 2420 d Ring Ring Mi Ma re ling MAIL.
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AGE — Situnte a Ts KS of | Sweep; 0170—79. 1g Sewing t Ring 40115 angles t Rine 42452 +. Broo 44194 1952. Machi > RASSE i and Le Go
-— ra Temas Sod. Foun stebasease. ie pee Sar dione pa nak Proll are F ae oe Ring 4217 Bleetrie Sewin 2 chine. | ce “Southampton and Lt He CAR
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" and We Panning eene. cotine T-361 isrn Club 10 Aww. 1960 ld Rings; 2 Neobila: ary, 1951. da pendant 53 4 Necklet 8 Watch £3039 ‘ay os g Mach | ACCE co LTD.
ving room, Bath, a "ae rbados eri . Go! id ‘ebruary, an 4 ant’s C. W. tr win! ” :
hette, ‘elit and purtgh |e gee sialon, Sate Sa 33236 Sara, ™ en G. 1a Ring w. a ep Gold Ring 53076 satay. 0B n * g JONES & E 3814 SOO COOO ES
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= = gos paren 61 La Ring teh MBER, : jo.—Mare' eons intmen 2
‘ artis 33275 la os Wate 352 4 Gold. Cc. W. Wa SEPTE ignet Ring ant 6655 Radio. EOL! the appo @
aoe ake mao qa, | RG. 3526 Gent's C. Gold Sign & pend 4 of sale. OE uncing 3
30 Ge 01 Ring h 136796 klet e da’ CASH. ee oae in anno 4
39330 Id Ring toh 9 353 Gold at Wateh | 3 G. Nec before th MS ure in N e
eoeg Cold Ing Pocket Wa ers Seow o. Pocket Pods pt Gold Ring n be redeemed MAN & CO. 3 We take pleas MR. ERIC ATKINSO ociated with 8
39354 Gent's Ry 336 Ge hain penda rticle ca Kk. R, TROT : : ill be ass $
eM SCIENCE and and Sing r Gu Necklace ana Sale 12.80 o'cloc es ee tative who wil NG LTD. %
POLICE A nesday, Octo- 38550 acid sosee Gold Senet Sa | as a represen B. ARMSTRO’ &
P ednesday, 540 Nec K B. 3
i Commence we a eam 62 45408 Gola Ring les CE | MESSRS. FRAN EVELYN @
fe oy hg arte Con Hist a W033 2 Gold Baneles CE NOT! | ID (PERRY)
toa atteaais sil door “Th os 4027 Gold Iden. Nusgeet OFFI t. Jaihes pect, | MR. DAV ME
theese rere “eae, a o | Set 2 d Ring tosao G ‘Necklace; G. POST t Prospect, a. use at — Mr. DENNIS WOR in Barbados
nign ) Gol 4 G. jes 9 ul nee MR us in
¥ | 38413 ld Ring 40352 acelet Watch ; Facilit alled for Pp he reside’ 4 : senting N
IT. : © | 33415 Go Ring Tecee'C. Va Waten Posting been inst way” t nd in repre TIO
%999OH00G8OO99O9 SOG OGOO”, ile Gold F situs ' 377 La SR G.W. x has be of “Con days a RA
fewigeae“* Mrs, RCY A. | A. sco 33420 Cote Stone 2G Farrings\ oan Gent’s A eS premises daily, except Sun CONFEDE N °
a 33425 . inks: ‘ 1. ¥ , O
mete 1? DA ee ae Ring March, 195 Ring St. pone ill be cleared LARKE, oe THE Il
rhe rerigence late Hany DEBS ts Aue- Gold Iden. ol Pa ill A. C ostmaster.
sera substant ay has 8 fine e agent and Street aoare Gold’ Neckiaes 35487 Mo Ring Cay This _ a 9.15 a.m. cae P : Ss Canada
oa win & a) SYereite's ate Middle 3 ld 25499 Ring ic holidays, ; ® A aids 4
fidence “christ Chureh wee DelTS Reatest 33551 Gold fume 3 Re water, iblic ho 2900088
iene ae teen eae try tioneer en 3551 Gold i 35506 Gold Nec! G. W. teh = | pt 52—In. Toronto .
tp y Y ne 3355 ld Ring R. . Wa 10.
view: use, eon ro Pech IR offers fo desirable maby" 13587 Roe Ring & Pendant itee Ladies RG. we Office, 1 Sa
drawing. 1 poe by That “Allam| 43591 Necklace 63 Ladie Cc. W. Wateh Post 1952. CES Office
r id fate gh Seer ase lan Cc ae 33613 Ee Signet ~~ 4 Pendant an Gent . R. G. W. a en September, ee « NOTE Head
kitel a Weeenern bun at cant 3637 G. cklace ch 8 Ladies’ R. 29t moana Ls
on two cars, ara ure the sea t is va wing 3363 G: Nec W. Wat ing | | g5@s6 Gold Ring _ on SR
In. for cellars. nts on hh, I ah, dra 43658 ies’ C.W. ; G. Rir 712 + ng ha ?
garage large . ser wns hure: di 3 id Bracelet: ‘Ts 14 Ri | sities
room, Senate tenia thitoe |@ mn Veren © $1 33680 ld Bracele Go Ring —— L CE
stores peevnnts: 2 house. 1 with fh has ope! ing nd bath, Bs 3684 ° a Earrings Links} Gold et Ring = A | NOT!
tnd fal bed © well jai Oot ee £918 and din a oe nee eae ude; 2 Gakenee hi Gon klaces PERSON Eling. BLOW
und oe mee shrubs a ir and toile ’s room. be “ Gold S ; G. Brooc'! nt 40482 2 Gold Nec against | I TELLING! at oil
ent ge in excelent: eee “el @ rooms, ant’s can 33685 4 id Ring; G, & Penda 49t 2G Ring e hereby warned agains Al JOHN artaay iat ft
propery. in ex the premires and serv mortgage Gold ecklace rrings | 40, old klet Watch ae are hereby warne thers | claim against
opert iit offer heir o! : ial ‘Col- old Neé * Gold Id Nec Ww. + blic my s I ue Pr J ss y debt or Blow f
Cinon” hadorsizned i es stant \ called * — 33686 _ Ring; nine ant | 4085 re es’ R, G. dtm rR hee unl © ner Bis in oe ‘ens Raving Sake ‘Selling “Bi oy to
; Sale to 8 Ll a a Ae (a) Property orthing * nis 33690 Gold forma & Pend: 40573 Leal Ring SPRINGER ay: bine td ae Fen meen ON oe hereby reaue duly
or tol to u & t eC. 33694 Nec 16 Ring id myse ting any ¢ itten orde | the a 9 hte ay chim ¢ e
No. Bee esistion Tomer 4 y t Offic d has Gold Gold * ere a wr | eee ae Rg 1
Priady “ghar ‘ oe Pos cant an 33708 2 Gola i L 585 aB yn Ring ope pontcacs by PRINGER, | Septem Sy ag Co. No. 17.
ins! lo ee Street, to sea is also va wo sides, 33718 ts’ C.W. 5 09 id Si Watch nam hs MUEL Si St. Martin lip | send gs the Catford -Saattor f informing
ci Ma, Palmetto ste co., house on t reoms, 3722 Gen Ring 620 old W. Wateh by m SA AF Ps 28 rye 21. | attestoc Cottle, {dgetown, ember, F te SURE o
a ay o Solicitors. ndah d dining bath, Gold 40 f dies’ G. W. W: 20.9 at | eee eu Bi ST Gok’ waco nead PLEA xtensive
Form as veré ing an ilet and old Ring Watch 1072 t's R. & Cross we anbhenag vst | righ e the 4tl T sho the dece: ine REAT fter
=e to: it’s room. 33741 G ts’ C.W. Wateh 40722 Necklace iealee. warned gn Ni or petere Ss vata of hereto pay al AKE G that a
17.9. AMO ap. 3 bedrooms, servan called 3748 Gents’ R.G.W. tch 32 G. f rete es woes ada Faaeetne oe meatte a as 1, sha! ET riends is now
“BYW. ROA and t 337 adies Wa 407 ew ihe Bere age ata myscit | [te flies ato Lira 68 2s Sh WwW d Fi tel
Wi NEW ine kitchen peer a 3755 Ladies’ R.GW. 1 W. Wate Poe Dulas aie Ar ot hold ane oe Sh of, aha 1 heres i ers an Ho
q tanwatiy built 4 id 3) Stone b on the This amie Ladies jet) ril, 1951. | R. G. Watch ne credit to my anyone my name | Gaetan Eig A any bare Maret Custom s our
ea aanmally st. of is ( ch Villa es, Ww 33760 Gold Ring er Brace \ Ap Ladies’ G. W. endant. | iyin fOND, a oe ee Shy ope jg Ml eg | reward ve had oe we an eS nots: our ation:
, . 5 5 . 739 ies’ R. 1 Per EASTN le for r debt ed by then ha v the a ny per had no} 1a d_ alter:
x watt and 9, Pick of “Bea t, St. eeitaty ne ; 38795 ties’ Silv 35 Ladie ‘klace and sponsib debt o der sign 2@ Hable for d to a 4 7 spaye an
wnt one Turow | Prospect four” bedrooms "ee. sone, Sit RE 35829 Gold Beaoglet a ~ |e spt saa de oe
encl Goll Col me, On one Room Rid has fou ilt 1 7 Qold Si 5 Gold G. WwW. Wy Tio.sa—an. | e0 So Sineodted to tat 1952
Rack pristine. | 3 larg ‘water, b 1% and ly bu Hage 01 38807 d Ring 84 Gent's R. . 1.10.52 | And are rego ut Gelay. October, pen. ths, are
Tre ene Sunita ards, 91% (4) New t Fitz Vi uty”. 827 Gol ing ‘ 25846 Gold Ring ree cite whine day ot Gotepen,, i a re-o) te ba
Pete = 4 i 1 bult-in and. separ! [ alow a “Sea Bea ust © | 38827 Gold R Bracele 40831 2 Bangle “Dated this, iat ccutre ot the Wi ir priva
iitted woth Bs 'kitehan, ar ree te ee cane Ths 2h old Iden. ing [i0e%s Gold Ring Wateh —-- E ante filed Executrix. 0 52-—4n ith the’ and Dining
two 8 : eupbonss iat teen go and has: 38802 Gell. Brooch Ring [408 0 Gente a. W $e NOTIC ‘Qua! \jeltings Blow, oo MS, all wi our Bar
lari 4y Linen cupboa: he]® Tt has $ ago ai 39862 Oh ing; G. Sign 4085 Gent’s R. b — CENSE 1. bole, Gualtfied 40 ROO! mend in drinks
bath a I. do alll x ‘and io week: ; at 3 3°G.R 40900 G ld Ring Wate OR LI VAL) Maynar|, | recom best
Thera a points, ‘and shi: four ms etc, operties 993 Gold Ring 0930 Go ies’ C. W Gold Rings, 2| LIQU (REMO Eldeane i er 18 ble. We ire the
the rated. with Ie e beds Two. pr Road. 8968 old Ring S093 ton ecklace; 4 Brooch; ME ihn ae Ks sbinvis | N TEM = availa ho desi
window are atte ne lee Ind ee (5) 1 Main low at 18970 G ld Ring ‘ 47 = eelet; G. rrings ae oP eee Mare beard i, fOr pe WAS mee those w dings.
windows Bast tere, ls 8. et Bank Ha bunga t @1 39081 Go Ring ngs } 409 c. Brat 8; Lye Ea Bei respect of mnatey An '® - cn” Room for surroun
tery. Ssitith With. bere undry yin Stone t $ 7 Gold Ri Barrit Studs; oF granted ii Hillaby, “gaia LA ituate , 4 :
Pete ede eee eee 3| 1 phe > aaa CEN wae aii eS fee oe] Ae a d food in please $1 — 2132
anipan fren earn nervant's the mene 2 at We with Sught on '; 3 ae a pendent ' 11008 Le re ot a of September, R—WELDER, fo an Tel. 21
There und floor af t eat ack n be bou te: Sates aes 04 Gold Ri ng pated this 2th ws, acre Snr Sued. at
toilet remetiuoned So ; ads Sant. “ ety at 3 39018 Gold Brooch 1082 Gold a dP. fagisteate, D MAYNARD. mane Dee month te October, SSSA
ihe usteement ah street ey wey Binal po Gold Ring ud tlegl Gald ‘Watch Pollée ‘Magistrate, D for Applic: ef 09 ber received By | ‘Vie 8 $2—3n i
ises fo yor3t, h day be (8) yp 19035 i Neckle 84 . leation rh $0: hae ini Man's ecto se
hee the ee PRwie Villa ing at ft j 4 Gok ngle 410) is app ing Court Frida; i yrayman’ —
Jnwpection to by a ne tonnes serait 1904. sold Ba 10 a NB —mhis duplh Fon Frida; F TK T
es Ta. 8183. sale eXtroRD ak c ‘i £9) Ws next for any 40 ee at Ags dilate re a alee gout { October, 1952, INES | MESPER NCEME
OTTLE, = u 3 ° Re ol
” fee CTION ra : bullt stone werd Gold ming May, mT ogee ee ine af. Maguire, Dist 7 1Ocba-ct; “taming ANNOU |
———. a . e . 3
4 “AueTIO puto Wewly Ellerton, ana oye aeseniiy 35894 ey R. 2 and Gross Police INESS )
VEK unenlow 9 wall ee! be 9096 an Ring ace Gold ren h i
* . THE SIL artz of _ 39103 pers eG. W. Wate hoes &* i d friends i
UNDEF R HAMMER wa 6,500 It stone », 1950 2 Ladies klace ers an we tl
gage Rescate v Ci, ohe newly bu iro] 88 ic. w. Watcn foot 2 Gol ings railtwhite s ee ee | ane
Mrs. L. Cy ture a cette ome into 377 *R.G, Wate ; dvise ess fe Ass
{Mrs . Furnii y Ave., alow ided t Ladies’ Ww. 411 ld Ring a muster to a busin Life r
ere ca bung’ It is div: Ss a ren 33869 LL es’ R.G 1228 Go Signet to pass Id like pted a eration Ves eA
ALE’ St. 2 Ro bor City. brings a % 48 0 3886 Ladi Tie Slide ' Gold Je ite shoes, . I wou have accet ith Confed and ser vour |
wae oe te 1 ed th. Hh Gold Ti et Ring 412 Gold wn teh Whi t be spot h I ons wi nvass vard to y
‘. aS PS os Orn, Youth fin 00 per mon 33928 Jold Sign 11330 d Ri WwW. Wat y, mus ; hat althoug! cennecti e to ca kk forwar i
Ne Lorrls ere, Fore $70. tment. land at 13934 G d Ring 34 Gol Rt G. in compan Use & . yered my 1 continu d I loo )
Sone Sehidmoiion good inves aere of Main 2 Gol ng u3 Ladies’ klet culate. e not seve fore wil ility an x
, fone! any) ing 12) % an ‘ide 3396: Gold Ri Ring 11348 ld Nec Ring. h s, imma I therefo: f my abilit;
ab i (in Mal ky Dre : ( Rock bes’ foot. 23969 Stone 3 391 Go ignet Wate! less, 4 ovato tion. best o }
(Brig eaeneirs, (in Dotan = Black per square flats 3993 Gola Bracelet: 41 94.G. § R. G. W. Watch *s White Ren ts to the 1ORME ‘
, OO sparlgie tpainited ° 0) Road at 10c. edition of 134014. 2 Gold 413 Gent's R. GW. Propert’s ite. No interes bt f E. WO {
*radle Table collectti beach. & 34014 la Ring 41398 ies’ R. } ’s Shuwhite. : d supy NNIS sociation
Ny even) aera ie on the rs $ a Gold Reeciece atch 41399 ee ae Ring { or Propert's SI ing sure fe re - Life Associ 52.—In.
ee er 5 and See ae © 154078 Gent's RG. W. W 1402 Gola Si ng way of making “onfederation ae ="
der ah re SE Bia 206 and at SiH Gente tw ‘40 ‘Gold Rin _ dicedhalidies uc
Valor anc lgueWare ‘ © appoin abe, 3! $4128 po Rin: e 41416 Go! d Signet 4 that white s
\ ns eet “| of the a 2—In. § 39150 G le Seen Watch 442 Gol Signet Ri ct "sS
eto, es 4 1. 10. 5) at 1 Go R.G. 41 Gold ndant | -
a Consscie ve ; seri Ladle’ c ‘a’ @ Gach $1483 Sold Ra Neskdlet & Pe | R PP K R T OVATOR
/30- o'cloc CU. 1Y 30177 Ls sR.G. W. 6 Go i pe
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asin EROS et Gal Nn uty Sa Ae aati some
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patio Oo OOD. 30258 Gold Signet Ring ‘1818 Gold Ring anes
: DERS FOR 29985 be 9 mre 4 W. Watch 41537 prs
ee OR E. % | 19820 Ladies’ R. \ Far- | yonE we i
pT Bia oe iD us wu7r. % 39327 Gold Rin gle: 2 G. m. oe Ring
SEN ESH 39329 sold Ban 36030 old I
i EP MM. % | $9847 Ge ispuee lg Ring
4 oe ANTS: Gott’ Ring 36062 G
£ GALV. M 0 Go ing
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B.W.1I. Can Compete
For Davis Cup

By O. S, COPPIN



THE British West Indies have been accepted as a com-
petitor in the Davis Cup according to information received
from the Secretary, to the Meeting of Davis Cup Nations
held in London in 1952.

They have now applied to the Champion Nation—Aus-

tralia for entry in the North American Zone in 1953. The
British Caribbean Lawn Tennis Association, which is the



offic body the British West Indies, com-
prises Jamaica, British Guiana, Trinidad and Darbados.
It has been accepted by theif
member territories that irrespec-{Â¥ o Te *
tive of whether it has a player cats SPORTSMAN’S DIAR}
the team or not will be required eerie oat .
to bear a quarter of the cost of >

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its from such ties will cover ex
penses, but this cannot be guar-

anteed and further if there is : 7 Ti
financial loss the British Carib- Y /orld itle
bean Lawn Tennis Associatjon

WE may yet see a Japanese and
1 Zulu lighting for the fly-weight
hampionship of the worla-—

will be expected to bear half of:
such loss }



British Guiana will probably which shows just how far we in
hold the Brandon Trophy matches Sritain have slipped since the
there in September 1953, and as i Jimmy Wilde, Benny
there w scarcely be a General Lynch and Jackie Paterson.
or Council meeting of the British Colleague GEORGE WHITING
Caribbean Lawn Tennis Associa- telis me that JAKE TU Lf, the

tion before the Davis Cup matches,

Zulu winner in the 12th round ot dium is 40 million soles.—(INP).



the Committee have been eircu- nis Empire championship with ——————

lating affiliated Lawn Tennis TEDDY GARDNEK, is losing no

Association which have been time trumpeting the significances . 7
asked to give consideration to the or hi victory. ‘ PUBLICITY
ppointment of a small committee His manager, JIM WICKS, is

to deal with all matters whatso King the Boxing Board of Con-

ever in connection with the sen trol tor official support in a chal- FIGHT

ing of the team and the appoini- jenge te YOSHIO SHIKAL

ments of a Selection Committec Japanes holder of the world 5; ;

At the Annual General meeting Hite. nein i TORON or oe i)
of the Association held in Jamai- .. ‘Tuli will fight him in Tokyo, The agreement for Joe Maxim
ca this year, Mr. C, Pereira (Trin- Timbucto cr Tooting,” said Wicks, to meet the winner of the Dox
idad) was elected President, Mr, “20 may well have hit on a gola Cockell-Randy Turpin fight was
G. W. E, Cooper (British Guiana), ™!™€ in this tiny ebony cherub for publicity only and “Don’i
Hon, V. C. Gale (Barbados), and ‘9m Johannesburg. mean anything’ protested Max-
Mr. H. A. Lake (Jamaica) were A Suggestion ijm’s manager Jack Kearns at a
elected Vice-Presidents, Other An interim suggestion is that meeting of the National Boxing
officers elected were Mr, H. Tuli should undertake an over- Association in Montreal today.
Nothnagel, (Honorary Secretary- weight match in London next The Association is considering
Treasurer), Mr. against ERIC MARSDEN, a request by the British Boxing

Arthur Skinnerg month
(Honorary Auditor). E

Board of Control that Maxim and
his manager should be suspended
for their failure to go through
with the contract to fight Turpin

q hie young Lancashire ftly-weight
1 —but Wicks is plainly after more
mportant game.

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Prize List For
Small Bore
Rifle Shoot

professional fights, now occupies jn London.
the unique position of an Empire
champion not permitted to box a The British Board has an

agreement with the Association,
South Altrica—a situation that the main body governing boxing
could conjure up all sorts of com- in the United States, to recognise
plexities when it comes to finding each other’s suspensions.
challengers.

white opponent in his native

Following is the prize list for My Johannesburg correspon- eg told ~~ eerste any
the Barbados Small Bore Rifle dent tells me that the British that he hrs — no obliga se
Club Meeting which ended at the Board did not get the approval to promoter Jac Solomons 20
Garrison Savannah on Saturday of the Transvaal Board for tha London to meet Turpin. He said

light to be
Empire title.

the only contract he signed was
to fight Cockell in London, It

Following is the prize list recognised for the

EVENT NO. 1 A member of the Transvaal was a six-month contract that
= "oUN sconn Board said today: “The matter became void after March 11, this
25 YARDS will be discussed at our next year.



ist Mr. K. S. Yearwood 99.7, 2nd Mr, meeting. There’s a complication. ‘
G, A. Jordan 99.5, 3rd Capt. S. Weather- MARCUS TEMPLE is South The fight did not come off be-
oes Handisap Béere African European champion and cause Solomons had not lived up
ist Mr. G. A. Jordan 97.75, 2nd Mr. ®0 Outstanding boxer, Public to his financial agreements and
| ras Rear wooe 99.57, 3rd Mr. P, A.D pinion, however, would never also because of a number of de-
ee ee permit a fight here between Euro- lays.
10 Rour pean and non-European,” Kearns suid he had seized tne
Be Aes. ha aa eg ga 48 ts TOMMY FARR, former British 10,000 dollars (about £3,570) de-
Major JE. Griffith 60.0. a Me wom and Empire heavyweight champ- posit when the contract expired
Tucker 98.8 jon is continuing his come-back as he was told that he was with-
. Handicap Seore bid in fine style. Two weeks ago in his rights by Jim Norris of the
Ist C. R. E. Warner 100, 2nd Major

at Cardi? he gained a 10-round

: International Boxing Club.
points decision over the coloured

J.B. Griffith 99
Johnson 99.33

ira Mrr FP. ALY

EVENT NO. 3 American Al Hoosman. Farr On_ the Cockell-Turpin fight,
” we eae makes no secret that his ambition won by Turpin on a knock-out,
Ist Mr. T. A. L. Roberts 99.6, xd-iS a title fight with present he said he was told that the fight |

Mr. D. Yearwood 97.4, 3rd was not getting enough publicity



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October 27th, fourth anniversary of the Arequipa Revolution which was led by the now Constitutional
President General Manuel A. Odria. The new Stadium is being built on the grounds of the old Estadio
Nacional which was donated to the city in 1925 by the British colony in Lima.

Lady Savage Will Present

Table Tennis

His Excellency the Governor
and Lady Savage will attend the
Finals of the Table Tennis Tour-
naments to be held at the Y.M.C.A,
on Thursday, 2nd October at 8.00
p.m, Lady Savage will present the
trophies and cups to the contes-
tants, Four finals will be played.
The Miss J. Clarké vs, “iss R.
Williams match should be very
interesting, Miss’ Clarke, the
orthodox player of the two, will
have an advantage over her oppo-
nent in her being able to defend
as well as attack. Miss Williams
is an all out attacker, and unless
her opponent controls her attack,
will do doubt be champion.

In the Barbados Open Champ-
ionship N. Gill meets C, Green-
Both these players § are
attackers and the deciding factor
of this game will depend on which
player can successfully attack his
opponent !

In the Mixed

idge

Doubles Miss B.
Carrington and N. Gill will play
Miss N. Hall and L. Worrell. Wor-
rell’s spin may well be the decid-
ing factor of this game if he can
control Gill’s attack and force Miss
Carrington to make errors, The
chanees are very much in his
favour, On the other hand, if the
attackers overcome this difficulty
they will easily be the champions,
The Men’s Doubles should pro-
duce some very interesting tennis.
Worrell and Phillips are the
favourites for the cups, but there
is always in the Barna pair the
tenacious Greenidge who may
well upset their calculations, The
main factor of this game is
whether Goodridge can control
Worrell’s and Phillips’ spin and
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Capt. S champion Johnny Williams. But
Weatherhead 97.4 ; . = ee s as aske rris tr
i Satdlnap ante he will have to wait a little amd he was asked by Norris to |
T. A. L. Roberts 99.57, D. Yearwood longer yet, for the next oppo- Sign a letter agreeing to meet the |
99.18, E. L. G, Hoad 98.33 nent for Williams is the South winner. This was not a contract
EVENT NO. 4 African Johnny Arthur. as it ene no gen, gp Bes
0 Re ands Delibs rate A Place of Their Own ge > ia eee ees < as _
feb MSc KL. Roberte:08. gna ihe MINOR football clubs who !! for publicity Pe teceris a
M. G. Tucker, 3rd D. Yearwood. K. §. Complain about the lack of grounds “nd at the request of Norris, who
Yearwood 98 a aa Et .G. Hoad 9°. might well consider the example pea me oe it did oy mean
SVE? NO. 5 , Leteay : a at as » anything,” e said. e never
10 Rounds Deliberate of Henley F.C. who play in the @Dy , 1
50 YARDS Guildford and District League. turned Turpin down.
Ist L. W. Hassell 99.4, 2nd K. § For years they have had to
ORE RS 8 ianeleas fc Hoad 984. muddle along without a ground 1 ; —_ eo eee or
L. W, Hassell 99.57, EL. G. Mona Of their own, depending on the !08 > as oY a Sige oe t
99.33. K. S. Yearwood 99.14 goodwill of a local farmer to pro- Money. He had offered to a
EVENT NO. 6 vide land for matches. There is Turpin for a flat argh ery
10 Rounds Deliberate no recreation ground in the 150,000 _ dollars (about £53,571)
50 YARDS v llage. on which agreement was no!
WR oe Me ee iW Last year the club bought a reached,
assel + reaateah ene three-acre field. In their spare The Board gave no ruling but
Mr. R. O. Browne Mr. L. Ww. ‘ime members have worked to get did approve the British reques
Hassell 100, Mr. M. G. Tucker 100 t fit for playing -" : ramé aPrifie
GUN SCORE t playing. to set up a four-man intern

They have laid tons of clinker,
+000 ft. of drains, cut the hedges,

tional board to pick challenger

in various weights.

EVENT NO, 7
10 Rounds Deliberate



- 100 Yards cleared ditches and levelled and —L.E.S
Ist Maj. A. S. Warren 974, Mr. J seeded the ground el
Findlay 97.4, Sed Mr. T AL’ Robert has Roun acen ee ae
97.1. y have eve ade a ca Pe . ~
HANDICAP SCORE park. Cost so far has been £350. Che Storm Grow s
: 1st Mr f 8. Yearwood Bs 80, 2nd we On Saturday the ground will be ,
; ordan 75, 3rd Mr, 1 A ave, . 7 > 7
Rotbaute Seat ovened by MR. F. H. TOMLIN, BEFORE New South Wales

EVENT NO. 8 BARBADOS REGIMENT
10 Rounds Deliberate

vice-president of the Surrey FA.

rs Cricket Association makes its de-
Injury No. 1

cision on breaking away from the



25 Yard 2 “ _ 5
Ist Pte. J. F. Ward “B" Coy 88, 2nd EALING DEAN’S left-arm slow Australian Board of Cricket Con-
Pie. H. K. Jones “A" Coy 84, 3rd Se owler RON TAYLOR was hoping trol a move is to be made to en-
re es + Os OAhetn © complete his 100 wickets for list the support of Victoria,



10 Rounds Deliberate the season. Now it seems he is to The action of the N.S.W. ass«



25 Yards pend the last weeks of the season ciation follows the dismissal o
ist 2-Lt. L. K H.C.) % ar hospital, “CHAPPIE” DWYER from the
CS.M oP G d iLs 7 3rd : 4 i ,
Cpl. C. Harrison 84 Leaving the pavilion before the Test selection committee, thu

EVEN Ww Jean’s match against the BBC he leaving them without representa-

Aggresate of Events Nos, 2, 2, & & ripped and fell. He was taken tion on the committee.
ist capt. 8. WaieS eRe vos aya vie, 10 the hospital for an operation Tf Vietoria full in line with
T A U_ Roberts 292, 3rd Mi. M n his knee. New South Wales, then an at-
Tucker 290. : Another injury in club cricket tempt will be made to re-form
Me A Reverie Sense ae 2h concerned GEOFF WILLIAMS. the Board of Control. These two

Hornsey fast bowler. Playing

gainst Old Merchant Taylors he
came in when Hornsey were 55
for four and with ‘PIP’ LOFFLER ent view then on September 30,
put on 105. Williams hit 57, but the rebels will decide whether to
-L.E.S. make a lone break.

states provide about 80 per cent
of Australia’s leading cricketers.
Should Victoria take a differ-

D. Yearwood 296.44.
EVENT NO. it
Aggregate of Events Now, 1 2, 3.5 & 6
it Mr. T. A iI Roberts 488, 2nd Mr

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season,

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WHAT'S ON TODAY Mnum i>f Ad I. Board 2 XI p m WtMla CUiema. Iton.r Aaricul UM oiua* urn Ucka MBI "Oalnat Ihe wronai utat ntM fbr IW future In UM dbUnn AM UM CJood lhai I can ESTABLISHED 185 WEDNKS ... V, (M/mUKK 1. 195l> I'KICK FIVE CENTS YESTERDAY S WtATHER REPORT Rjn*.ill (ram ( ~4TII'| nil I mil— %  si i -r HOUSE PASS 41 SECTIONS OF MAUDE BILL OVER SEVEN HOURS SPENT IN DEBATE -M\0.\ AXSWEI S IIIS I KM MS THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY vcsi.ni^ passed in Committee with amendments. 41 clauses of the Local <; nm which tions of Sir John Maude. Clauses four and six winch deal with ihc remuneration of the M Mayor and clause .'11 (i*alia>* wiih the lion for office were postponed TinMuaudmanti agreed relation to the clan-. W*rc passed, were foi part, amen rimer' a Majority Keport b> the Select Committee appointed to study the Bill. A Minority Rep-: 1 submitted by Mr. C F Talma to the effect thai '., an amtrkhnenta to lbs Bull anipi ir of Chi lit Chu The Fn i Bchadule to the Bill which deals with thi of the three dlVl Government areas and authorities Was also passed by 8 m.ijoi ity vole. The House spent 7J hours in [ discussing the lort>-four sactlOxnl of the Bill dealt with yesterday | and at times, heated debate en-, sued on legal points in, connection' with some of the clan %  Under the BUI | made for dividing the i three administrative areas to be known as the City of Bridgetown.' and the Northern and Southern I Districts. The House .idjniyned at 12.45. this morning arid meet* aain at 3p.m. tomorrow To continue further consideration of the Mill Dr. 11. a Cummins * .' me nppcarcd to be insoluble problems". However he United Nations would on the only issue Mocking the truce—-the Communists demand for the forced return .if all Chinese and North K He said "you may test that the United Nations Command will not compel the return .it the point of bayonet of (BO ers of war who have signified they would forcibly resist the return to Communist control end Us fearful consequences."—U.P. Musical Reeital At St. Miehae.'s Cathedral A PINK prog! niuM. hat b*n .irraiur,! \<\ Mr. ticrald ltudnn for a i %  Hal at M MMIim-l %  t 'theilr.il tonight. The soloists include Mill. St. I ludor .ml Ufa Ii'iui Kirton isoprancol and Mr. Bruc Sel I Teach'ml. 8.W p.m. in-in Keeltal (in aid of Choir Funds. AdniK.l.m h> pfogramme). U.N. Believe Russians Are In Korean War SEOUL, Sept. 30. Dl militaries beT.000 and I2.U00 Russian troops now in 1 ouresa nrha Russians are manning uU-alrcrari guns but are from line com. [he sources said. %  tonnes] Into dln Eighth Armv spofces"Tbsa Bra in re:ir arses." The spokesman would not cominent further. H %  % % %  i ver, uthot authorttattve aouitei wld thai Russiana besides manning ^Uns are needed for admin StCBUvc supply A horlh K ny Olllcer at Pnumunjom who deserted to the Allies las.1 wcCaucaUans" in North Korea Over to the United Nations side. The Red 0 he could not be sure be said he men he tl tl.ug aiit.-ulrcraft lulpmenl at CummuiiW frontline %  %  ii London suid however, thai ih iiritis., and Foiclgii Office disclaimed any knowledge or :' ihe presence of Russian troops in Korea as reported ty Ki-hlii Army soureec.—ll.p. Two More Bevanites On Labour Party's Executive Messrs Morrison Ami Dalton Pushed Oul SEN RlClIAlll* NIXON. R.-puUi. pictured a* he appeared on telcT.S. explain the conuovei*ial tnnd IM he said there was nothing wroag fund He left to the Reputih an N. to whattinr lie iGould remain i> Uw 0*ii. Dwight Rlsenhower. (Iiiun -idinUal candidate. Is •etibrongliout the nation to Speaking from Loa Aiuteles. ill* use and dl-poalUou of the jual CoaraUtUX the detialon aa 10P ticket u running mate to I CREW RESCUED LISBON. Se| All 14 etew members of the 773-ton Portuguese Ash "Joao Costa", have bet .iceording to headquarti n >f the Portuguese cod Ashing Industry, The 74 fishermen and crew members nboard "Joao to dblies when their %  on September 23, and survived rough Atlantic seas for seven days before being picked up by three different ships.—U.r. Prince Philip Ranks Next To H.M. Queen LONDON Sept. 30 The Qucvn declared that her lusband the Duke of Edinburgh will henceforth hold "precedence next to Hei Majesty* The sjeretton ol the oukc m the number two position in tin British realm is seen as a preliminary to making Philip Prince That is the lit]. I century ago by Quern Victoria for Consort Albert. Prince Phillc \expected to get it before th( Queen's Coronation next June 2 The announcement in the Offlola] London Gazette said the Queen by warrant datens and in all meetings :-xcepl where otherwise provided by Act of Parliament have, hold and enjoy place of pre-eminence and precedence next to Her Majesty.(C.P.t U.N. WU1 Hear New Western Peace Plans ; M m> NATIONS. New York. Sept. 30. Informed sources said that Secii t..r> of Slat,Achesoji may g" I efore the l'nile.1 Nation* Federal *oon nfter it convene; %  in. tu lay down m \> we itsa i proposals aimed at breaking the k idlceh. The report came in the wake cf an announcement in MASCOW that UM Bovtei Porebpi Minister Andrei Vlshlnsky will h'gh powernl [.legation to the Assembly issslop, pot I I. unch a new "peace offensive" for propaganda purposes. Governments of 15 Western nations with troops in Korea have teen conferring for more (han T month In an attempt to reach a formula for bunging the K BR nuestion before the Un.ted Naimns In n new light—U.P. Gen. Naguib Hailed At Wafd Party Stronghold Bv WA1.TKRS COLLINS CAIRO. Sopt :i(l Kuyptians underlined their support for Premier Mohammed Naguib on Tuesday as cheerinR crowds welcomed him in Saman Noud. the home of the Wafdljt leader Muslafa El Nahas wbOM iilliancr N'aiuiih's geVVrnRMBI has unsuccessfully sought. Thousands of shouting, laughing Egypli.ms broke through police and army cordons to surround Naguib! cat as the Premier who made a qM through lower E pi ind entered Saman Noud Viacount Attor Diva At 73 No Need For Excitement WASHINGTON. Sept. 30. General Walter Bedell Smith aid he cannot understand "*Whi rwonc should get excited" about his stntcment that there probabh ''•unniunlsts in the Ccn*ral Intelligence Agency of wh ch he is a director. Gen. Smith who unwittingly loeSSd. a bombshell mto the pollti%  1 iaunpalfjn yesterday, sought to eelm the furore hy assuring thai any Reds who may •wive infiltrated his ageney are in minor Job* where 'hes estmol do SliOUa fti.nn." lie empnaslsed thai Be COB> munists have actually been "de% %  • AsDoncj fanatical' -. to k< < ;> Lham out. Us •aid "but I am ei-rtam that n this widespread orgao^aUon there Is %  be COmmuntM penetration somewhere along the Una I would be silly, foolish and unworthy of public trust If I acted i r an) other a-sumptlon."—t'.P. Attempt At Rebellion Crushed t'AKAC'AS. Venezuela. Sept 30 An aiinv .iiiniminiquc said there was "absolute normalcy" in .iiiuj garrlaona throughout the country In the wake of the erusher>. tl %  weir kille.1 and an uns|tecifled num1 er irrested. "' %  sttenrntad coup against the %  Junta sjoveitunatrt, ana i l nneil on members of the outlawed Democratic acting party tid the Communist part] The Junta has ruled Veriest since November 1848. rhe Army cuiiimunuiue *alri that ihe coup originated al Boca Del Hio airforce base in the state pi Araguu. The aMe^e.i rebsj leader escaped but hi*ee I n comniiiii-i MI i, .,. .I.-I -v.i*. Agenda For Chamber Of Commerce Meeting Has Now Been Fixed T1IK Ai;i'inla for the N r,.':i Congress "I the Incorporated Chambers 'if Comnierr** of the B' itish Caribbean which will be held in Qe i from, the 20th to the 23rd instant I i n tixed. On Wednesday next the Barbados I 1 mgress will be .<' a meeting ol the incil of the local Chamber, rhe Barbados Jcli Ihe 17th Of the month I*tit\lli\MMt*tCWl Which will be held under th> fit l/lfl/HUH( | y— •• •.'"•'' ; '' Ofll< Ad:, ,ini.( tun Due ii Is iiiiijrtii^ii ao mr w %  ll" Hon. ft. W, V Unbearable \&&m High on ihe ngi'iida for the SPHi.vr.FiM.h. niinois, Sept. a, | Canada-Wei Governor Adla i: Sb Sb rnsnlp Seriggeated by all the memsionflresid.-i ... ,,,, uillB tMh P ,ess win cooslte the KUaohower for condui .. , 1V „„. national "campaign tt %  ,. ( ,. ()1] bearable Harba The Democratic Prcsidcni %  K II a dev i %  nigh for his radio ami televlsl M Conajresi will alxo consider to vofers. Defending hi lion •>. %  ..f r, A.T.T in relutlon presenting key late ampJoyeas a) !nij.cn i] Pref er ence, 'is well an with monetary |1fl all Stevea pUnsj Comaon said "i nave no sxplanatl ( lasaiflcatloii for for the method 1 I used except < Carl hi in 1 had no other". ,f ,., ,„|i y j, „ ie He reserved most of hi0|hlp passenger minutes on the air to a aolemi | M the United indictment of the %  i %  < .,,.!.-Mil also ( '' illtlon of bulk II' Mid .II. thnstng by Territorial Oovnot to men's mind and lo tin Uti UM) Kingdom best instincts, but to then pas : i 0 vcrrunenl TOURIST TRADE BENEFITING BARBADOS iiaio-doj i. eaVhrhal consider^ %  ue haneflt ben Uw uwmi ui i >o fan oe -iceii from ihe amount of American as well u* Canadian dollars in addition iu Uohvarea which have been pouring into the island. A check with Mi. II. 1|. ||. ( ii. Currency Control Officer yesterday (cveslcd thai ihij, money from th %  Hard currency areas has been ini leasing steadily every month epSCliUy in Uie ens. of llohvai-: which have shown great improvement during the month nf August. Figures for Ihe monUi of July 4i.d August are as follows :— MORA Lektwlng support! more seahi on tno British L; Uve Committee in a >iunmm The Bevanites defeat. Uoirison, long coiaatdefejd nd Mr. Hugh Dsjhm, in c cated to the loeul I-ibour IVsplte ihe .-.• Ibaclc howevr ni the form M lenient l< AlUee. nomiaal Party leader, ull holu the majorltj of seata oi Ihe '2~ in in Con %  The two newcafnars u> the Board replacing Morrison and Dalton were Wilson ., m | Crossman. Wilson. Presldont of the rrsde la IU iboui >;. nnment inilt the t'alunet lo )on, H.-van in pfosaating Hi h %  lie has leu MI parent to Attli i and was gni.T.ilU raI. i i,-i an < '. tton trsteajlst i Muw ici. i-r ( : i Council, CaanceUoi of hi Ba t' %  quex and i. ihe iinunona Ii rai k* \"i,oov rnments Dainm alao i •A\!BK. England s, ; ~ .'an won two nal BXSJCU* i' i 7, ion wi.Hna Mr. \NI ltl\ IttVAN S) Lttte. The total amount ol tourist nouay received for the yetr L-ndlng August 31. 19^2 wac 1.014,552 VS. dollar*. 283.13-' fiinadliin dollars and ais.on Bohvares During |he pa-it three monthmany Venezuelans had vilted the Island and they In addition to nationals of other countries living In Venezuela had enjoyed bnfUjUUJ Ihelr families here dn ing the long summer vacation period They seemed not only to like the Island as a holiday resort bul for It' ediicntlonnl facilities. MHIC. Of them had already placed theii Children at various school" here where they will have the opportunity of learning English whi.i Is mot essential to-dav In ih, emotions and prejudices, is unworthy at best Now with the fale o! the nation at stake, it i UB .'•. This i* no t.-ne fa —I'.P. Barbado will alao ask ihe Congress to "rsjpjUesI ihe gianlutg of all Bi h Caiil i % %  in Governments of landing right* to all • on page newspapers in Cairn which have attacked Naguib for bis demands that the party be purged, admitted today that his welcome in Nahas' hometown la one of deafening enthu I Political observers however awaited with great Interest hi'gig. capital of Shn'kia Province, latei tonight Saiagig was headquar• errorists. r jy.liticians rallied wholeheartedly today behind Naguib's statement yesterday that there was no n>om for part> squabbles while "foreign Troop*" remain on Egyptian soil. The tumultous welcome accorded the 52-vear-old soldier Premier in Saman Noud. alwi WaW stronghold i f taken evidence that I prepared to put pa I aaide and concentrate on a solution of the Anglo-Egyptian Suez deadlock. Naguib M %  break up the Wafds in order to keep tl %  ,ted. GM. Eisenhower Begins Four-Week Oampaign Today CLEVELAND, OHIO. Sep'.. U tnl A s t o r IIhusband of Virginia born N.ncy A Waldorf Astor, % %  his father's ' ne of Commons %  SSthUJ place 4 influential Q 'ore World M n time was iment of and MuwxginireporU al "den set" • Action and V%  voualy deI nled v. — CF. SEW YORK Sept 30. Dwight E senhuaai 1 I v.ith an excursion into the deep ill open u grueliunt fourpaign trip to-day which him from coast to coast Id Cof ihe White House. oal dr. II lime late Iroeo 'he^ i l ir Columbia, South Carolina. General Eisenhower will begin Ms last major pre-eleeUon swing with the hopes ot ;ime high — VT Princess Royal To Visit Trinidad LONDi King, will usry as Commandant: .ii invited r lo prer l colours to the Iocs! branch Ihe Society.—C.P. Czech Official Seeks Asylum In U.S.A. UNITED Ni Y.rk. Sept. :i0, Dr. Ivan Kerno 61, of CV aSoaiovakia whnauil last week a t-'' 1 OoneraJ tut leual nlfairs turnsl his ComlDunaft ruled nomeland to remain m -ih> untry of the United Sutea' Diplomat ii observers u iidered li Kerno'i decision as the most important defi *t on amunc hiph-rankiny Iron Curtain diplomat ars. Dr Kerno an inthaata of Jan Masaryk and Undersecretary of State In the Government of Eduard Bens* armouaesu his dedenu n ciation nf 'he DoiiL IN'jHihl ir Asks KorB.W I. l^abouTerwhieh seized from Ihe Benes .rust rvakia n straa m istfl. In ktarna sad he planned to 'h ihe United Nations i ven though he voluntarily reI aa Assistant to Trygve Lie. ei 26 It* expected to Nations lnBnquirier hsvi %  %  Leeward Islands, and I ward 1*1 the British Charge Culdad Trujillo bllity of recruiting labour for th. sugar industry b) Republic. Dr. H G Cumm „ __, <• r n -%  %  | n iTional hi* Commission October w.i h vii inary enquiry into this mat' I have always worked Major E U A Orell Lsbw countrk rhare international Coanmlsm ire of paramount imbe visit*" x years with the s.imn time, accoi 'ions I plan to remain F C. CatchpOle, O II E Labour here in this great and free coun•nited StateK~and conr>evelopment i %  r< tmue to 1 proble Ke %  M.I. t arjonajl wnrmui. IB/WW aovAGER QOUN wan '' %  oung K.ng F< ing Britain as gi ernmen'. was r her Marlborough House residenie. 'asked Washinsion for C.r.j asylum.—DJT. •anctuiiry here. Jan Papsnek %  t: N foi ,C?echosloval %  mmuni*t coup when it oe— curre I of the Czech II to UN. resigned and poliUcal Crown Goirnset fined £50 l-ONDON. Sept 30 Harold Reginald Ballying* 4.-year-old Senior Crowp Coun1 •*l for Jamaica and fi.rmer Acting Srdiciior Genera] for ihe colony was found guilty al llirminaham Quarter Sr-sslons today of stealing four articles from the (ounters of large Birmingham store. Ke i %  fined no and ordered to nay The case had opened on Saturday when Ballyslngh bad pleaded iot guilty" to the charge of stealing a box containing six " i. a Slgnlflcanil: ih. i %  % %  all six l M pi* %  I.r Wing tin with all sections of lb entire pyoupi % %  < Parts members %  %  i %  %  %  % %  Hevan polh I ihe largest vote than hi aeveral .ears with pss.non in "i.lei %  %  1 %  Ii ilOO. rjrtfAths u!' win % %  32.ooo and lumnlst R II S Ci %  sso.ooo —r r 10 ItllllMIMMOn Trial For Spying n %  against the Soviet Union —r i* "They're everything I look for" Bel MUIUI. And, eieept In dii Muuri.r. I %  uppoae you nietui. Bui what eiarUy Jo %ou look fur In a cigarette''" Plr |fj j\f///\ "Vlt'our—mklth it, 1 KL.( \\ \uf i \ n ^ lom from tot*, i, %  ty'Alw/ /.' I """ ""*' sftml. hi-4-7 tfiin.1.'. I hin. of eourtt, /"'_/' ttnoothiutt — which mea>i> atantfortabU throat.' i. ...IF..-, loo ? Well, thal'i %  II to by the -In Maurier Mi-. lip. And no bits of loose tain • ii Use osoath— 6ller lip again." 1 Yts — all that. Dyou know, this du Maurier filter tip is just about th* finest idea for improving a smoke that I've ever come across." Smoke to your throat's content du MAURIER IHI EXCLUSIVE FILTER IIP CIOAIIETTE SOLS DlSTSjSOIOB | SffLCIMia St.04 (or SO M0l IB INOlAMD YNSI co., LTD., aaioaarowN



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PAGE EIGHT IIAKHWtOS ADVOCATE B.W.I. Can Compete For Davis Cup it. o s tdtrui %  %  ml con. ling to information n from tl .. M.'oinu' ol I) u hrlil The\ have nov applied lo the Chan Australia for entry ui the North An In 1*53 The %  %  radii rinidad iind Barbados. it in. been ''-'U ~ " '' L player o, 1 [* s ''"*r'' v '' a mAKt n <> %  not will lx> rtiiuirrdl — .... lo bear a .lujir'i r of tinCOM "f' ^,,„ nlay „.2ulu, Jap May The Aaeoctatattn hope that pi Kb -.. .v:l'. penscs. but this cannot be guaithore Is : %  financial loss thBritish Caribbean Lawn Tennis Association will be ex pected to bear hair I n Trophy matcheV nber IMS. and as %  I meeting <>r % %  i ill Assneia0 IYU <'up matches. %  "-n Tennis %  i ommtttee • n whntsn %  ('tmmittf'^ WKI>NF:SDAV OCTOBKR I. 193* \i;w vr\nii M l\ LIMA Ai the i>f the Association held in Jamai" %  M O. W K Ceopw (Mnlish Guiana). Hon. V C. Qale H-.ibatlos), and Mr. H A L;ike (Jmnaica) wer 's. Other Mr. H fHonorary s.-crot;.rMi Arthur Skinm• %  Meet For World Title %  1 : %  '-• JUSt JlUW I ipped II .:.. %  bal MAMJt 1 1 i Zttiu WUUU ..p WIUI 11.I>m OABONI 1. tUM iTUm] .. ;ur>. p JIM \llt Ks. ... 1. ot Uon, 1 In a analranga u VOUlU Ml I It A I. ll "Tub v. ill inyn turn in foluro, Coekell Plans Trip To VS. By %  I %  1: .1 WRITING Do,, CockelL former British am European cruiser*weifibl champion, now boxing as a heavyweight. may be seeking flghU In the U5A before the end of to* season. %  Don has asked me to took over %  % %  ,:.'., NVv. York. ,.nc1 we may well be maklnji a* move In that direction soon.'* his manager. BBOn, told me. Coekell is in light training at Brighton, preparing lor wha; he had hoped would have been a light with the Yorkshire exKames master Frank Bell, at Stxeatham on October 14. Bell, however, has injured hand and a deputy ibeing sought • it the Continent British Army boxers from the Brigade of Guards haw been invited to tour the United States this season—any turn, between November and February. The A AH have approved and War iOmce permission tor Cm trip is being sought —L.E.B. J Now There Are 3.. Tht pkets show*, stia eaaaiisit a O.toh-r 27t, fpi-,:' PrMldent Oenersl Manuel A. Odila Nncioaal Wkick W-donated to TTIriiitni 1* 40 million sole*. (IMP) %  new National ha Areqnlpa ft*The new a tad; cite lo 1945 by th* BrIU-a col %  !-: P W\ Will !.. InanCuratOd or, tact l is .,.. t-y the now Constitutional being bull' on the grounds of the old Estadlo y in Lima. The co-t of the new nta PUBLICITY FIGHT Lady Savage Will Present Table Tennis Trophies Qi and Lady Savage iii attend the i : namenta to be held „i the Y eLCA. OttOl IT .il 8.011 %  THERE must be a hoodoo goalkeepers mentioned In colleague Dennis Roberts's amateur A few weeks ago he mentioned soccer features. 'Tiny" Turpin of Leytonstonc %  "and Don Syren of Wycombe Wanierers. On the same day Uiey were taken lo hospital Injured. Last week Doug Jarvls. who "ante out of retirement to help I.oytonstone, was featured. Now Igrvtl Ll injured and experts to be out for six weeki. —L.E.8. Prize List For Small Bore Rifle Shool %  *dM Small Bore Rifle ied at the Gamioii Saturday TORONTO. S. The aur'vmeni for Ji • I toUag," s.nd Wicks! ' me *' Ul *"'' ,,;.; CockeU-Bandy Turpin flKht was i 'i %  i>urg. mean anything 1 prote-tcd Maxtrophh to tha contesA SII .; -non mi's RawnafBT Jed Keyrns at i unln. Four finals will be played. An interim suggestion Is tnat meeting of the National Boxing The Miss J darn* VI 'iss B. A social ion in Mm,heal today. Williams match should be very match in London next The Association is considernv Inieresting, Miss Clarke, the I licii MABSOEN, ii request by the British Boxing !" ...ui Board of Control Mi —but WK-KS is plainly after inora his manager should IH> important game. t or their failure to po through i only 11 w nh th contract to tlghi Turpin occupies i n London. %  p lion o| on tmpuu i tO bOK .1 Tne British Bo;. HI Mti opponeni m bis native %  i.reement with the A uth Africa—a Mtuation that the main body governing boxing advantage over tu i nent In her being able to defend n wall ..s attack. Miss WiUiam* ut attacker, and unleai her opponent controls her attack. ill on doubt be i himplori In the Barbados Open Chair.p%  %  lure up all sort* of comIn the United Stales, to reeaflnls • ,, '' ,,,, to i.:.,iing aech other's aoaper. %  Johaiuiesburg corrcsponi it I I M NO I H R-lll.,!. O, III....I l N M-ORE VUli. Ir K 8 V. ., [SMBI Ml NC igM % %  „'M ' O A JutiHn M IS. trul Mr 1 hn '"JJ** 000 M >"d Mr %  A D IVBM1 SO. 1 IS a*M. ll.lihnM* 1 MIIIS IT 100. *., "-!' J %  h tt § ard Mr M 0 Ti-*rr SS S M.M.I, '-|. . .,!, %  I JfWn>>L as .13 111'., so %  • %  %  •>#. U'lihualr JS rsnlll Mr "I A I. Htobarti • %  Ti'fl Mr D Yi>aii.HNl 07 "•"*" %  %  ->t' T A i Roberta we s7. l> Yi'-l Mr T A I r-.lKTl. Bl Jr4 M. V C TU. > %  ll. HIM K0 HI % %  •< %  > li.iiit-ni. t \miA'lii depend on winch player can succct>sfully attack his lold the Boaid lo-uay OWOMQl -" under iv obligati.fii In tha Mixed 1 B %  • %  i 'ill play H rrell Worrell's spn ihg factor of thl5 i!am<' if N %  Ifl "^ "i i,„ CarrU i n The 1 inewJ are very niueh in his favour 0 ind. if the %  %  '• ,!lM lltV they will %  njmpions.. The Men's Doublai should pro-j ting icnnis.| Worrell and Hhillips re th* for thiCUpa, bui there %  forfosh fatly qoodntss' %  Not store-ttsle! Not a "bar gaio" nobody cats' Kellogg'i Corn Flakes come so good and fresh because folka want thero fast as we maks 'em. Oft (A* bargain i n goodnttt — Kelloig's Com Flskss, iii u na Y#o.-I %  M I M %  %  1* liiMi \>,\ih;*l. M tAaea r. H O. Brown* ISS. Mr. u *ll I0S. Mt M O Tu.r(rr leo H Mr R o n. M-*ll IDS. Mr v l ll M so ; IB R-S. IWIIbrnl. lee lira. Ul Ma) A S Wirm f, . Mr J r.nSlei ST.*. 3rd Mr T A I v. u v;i RAMDfi Irt Mr K S YC-I-.KI •HBO 2IM1 Mr ! A JDNU SB 75. Jid Mr T A I. I(..bcru ne.Ti IVUn NO i:\Kn\nos II. i.ii s %  e • % %  %  llllk*ra|. %  *• The Monri Grows l-r, II K JIM ] i 1 M. 3rd •*! | | SVEST NO. t. l \|>| l ie R.u-ii. i..ni.„.( r i K H %  ii. %  Col. C. II. t VI si so || \l.t-..|. .1 I....L S QUN SCOIIK lit c ,, Uj • d \I. SI I \l M .o llltlftM ^i **• %  %  s. %  Theyll Do It Every Time EvERy OFF.CE MS OHE-THE DIGfJlPIED OL3SR SMPLOYEZ OF WHOA'. EVEN TVIE B3SSES ARE. A BIT ANB3-£ _^ GOOO AOi>^"4G,A1lSTER ) PHlMK-rJiCC RAY.IWT IT, MISTER FMlNK? %  %  By Jimmy Harlo OUT^-TME WAY THE OFFlCZ BOYS ELSE AGAitd" My Johannesburg currvsponKuan thai Hie iiriush "'•*! he %  toord did not get the approval to promoter Jack Bolon %  f th* Tranavaal Itoaru for tha London lo meet Turpin. lie *-atu light to be recogiused for the the only contract he slg] i 1 'ilit. to light Coekell hi London. It A member ol Uuj Transvaal was u six-month i.v Tho inatlei became void after March 11. this Will iniiiscusM.'d at our next year. Hi. re'. ., cuinphiaUon. — MARIIS TKMI-Li; is South Tb* b* 1 1 &<* 0| ,, l ,,,T "*" BurofMea dhaoagdon and causa Solomons had not U •rj outatanbHUJ boxer. i*ublic to his llnancial agreenienu ami ( pinion, however, would never also because of a number of da* permit a Ughl here between Eurolays, pi-tin and noii-turopoan." Kearns said he had aeuad th* i • ., pair th TOMMY FARK Intisii 10,000 dollars (about JLS.570) (!•< tens %  ad tjn]iiro heavyweight uiarnpposit when the contrad eaTptred well upeet Uteii celculatlona. The Ion is continuing his eome-bauk ns be was told that he was withmain (actor of thin name is bid In line style. Pare aroaaal ago in his rlghu by Jim Norm of the whether Qood : contnd rdlfl he ajainad a lo-round international Boxing Club. Woirell's and PTUIIIEHI RjMrl and points il'i ision over the i-oluiired wl ll ''' (""'"t-' American Al Moo-man Fan On the Cockel.-Turpin fight, | Ttru.i enthusiaata can be aa au r ed make-* no aeerat that hat aiaMtion """ ">' *un* on i loaock-out, ol a vary entartainmi mgw %  Is a title fight with present he said he wag told that the llgln champion Johnny Williams. But *wl OOt gelllni: enough publlcilv be will have lo wait a tittle and he wai asked by Norns bi longer yet, fo r th<' next oppo"•f 1 %  k u '" apyaebjg i" meel Williams is the Boutb v ^ '" %  cootraci African Johnny Arthur. %  ll 'uenUoneil n A Place of Their Own totnclBl arrangements. I signed HNOR lOOtball dUOi who '' 1 PUbUcltj purposes only of grounds -"" 1 Hl th request of NorrK who the example >"'<' me that it did not mea'i of Henlej r.C. who plaj In th. VW be wild. He ratral %  i and District League. turned Turpin down. Koi reen th.'v have had to long ,vith.. u u Br( ull ,| "-ve, tu.n anyone down a^ f then own. dependiruj on tha lon !'" *? champ.o.ih.p ot .. io,ai farmer i.. pro""'w He had oncred to ngni .pin for a Hal guari rocreation ground In the IM.OOO dollurs (about SMJsll) \ llage on which agreemem wai no' Last year (he club bought -i n-.ched. three-a cr e nekL bi then ipare Tne Board give n" ruling but ..i\i \-orked to gel uid upjirove the HrlH.-h ie.|u. playlng> |.. .. % %  yp t tour-man ol ellnka ijonal board to nick cbailerigT l lH) ft of drains, CUl the bedg* r various weiRhts. and levelled and 1..F.S the ground. They have even made a can ii,. i %  %  %  i :i.. %  1 >n Saturday the ground will bo MR. a. 11. TOMLIN. BKTORI Kew South W.,le> %  %  W*. | „ket Associalinn makes it., deInjury No. I n on breaking away liym th. CALQfa DEAN'S left-arm slow Australian Boani of Clickei C owl. i RliN TAYLOR wa> bopbtl trol a move Is lo be mad.lo en 10 arieketa for list the support vt Victoria 00. Now it seems he is In The action of the NSW bion folhiws t 1 1 tal. ( || Mill DWID n,. Lcavli i, [he. Test selection commute. Jean's mat. h Bg.unsi tin HI! ripped and fell II.. wag taken lion On the eommiltee. hospital for an operatim. if Victoria full in line with %  in hit k %  H %  %  ii lei injurj in club crtckel inapt will be mads to re-form oncerncd GF.UFF WILLIAMS the Board of Control These two fast l-owlcr i' Oid M.ichaiu Taylors b( ol Aualiah rickater ..me in when rlcrn am werj IB should Victoria taki '.r four and wilh 'PIP'LOPFI.KK ml view then QB Beptel put On 105. Willlnms hit 57. hut the rebels will decide whether to Hi Kh i> i.-cle. L.F.S. n ake a lone break MONI1AY Otl'ibcr. III'MI | l.i I air* BiWJrtr %  Daji MMl it-'-' %  %  • ASTHMA MUCUS Loosened Finf Day i—i i i-i.' • j.,. IhtiH-^h inTili-fl. I %  without refrigeration J&&. fsoiiuei m every pan ol the world ere atiured of milk uofciiioglr sate snd heahhlul when ihy BM KI.1M. Your KLIM milk it proi ted io the im egiinn liimpoesm, coniamlnaiion and any barm ... ii keeps without refriger* •don Since with KI.IM there U DO waste or ipoilage, you pit your full moncy'i wi>nh of dui superior qualiry aiilk <*'*' to ihe very '•• %  ounot. 1 KUMis para, ante mill PJKLIM KEEPS WITHOUT REFklGERATION 3 KLIM quality It always uniform 4 KLIM (..excellent for growing children' 5 KLIM oddi nourishment to cooked dlihss A KLI Mis recommoadad for Infant toeelBf 7 KLIMl* snfn in the iptclolly-poched tk S KLIHlt produced under strletast geefrel Take pure water, add KLIM. iffr and you hava purr iota milk I Kidneys Must Clean Out Acids i.. a esoeai Acide u. %  !• %  in jnui bleed •iu I mil.i II niiv ttellcai* K.Jnr itiinaor Alt'" l'ulme lit QM Kl,]'! mfce reareiilr from p Nlfbte. H**amn~: La i.n. in. In I'Mrr Ijll Bul.M k. bins Jnla. 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PAGE ron: BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER I 1932 BArfiADOSsai* AD.feTE r—>.—i—-—ir .--!• F*tat*4 hi Ihr Mmill t When Barbados Was iBRITAIN ADDS STRENGTH At War With England I TO NAVY WINGS BIIITISH FILMS AT a time when buying and *the British Caribbean is subject to so many controls topo—J from London, tha da> cumin;iiiun .gainst British Film* I of American fa surprising. Why should Barbados be compelled to buy goods from the Unite-! Kingdom instead of from European i la flooded with cheap American films'* Why ahould the British taxpayer have to pay for thbetwAta wftich Barbados obtains from the presence here of n branch of Ihe Bi itish Council, when the American way of life is much more effect" i jfcted on the screen? The answer probably will be given thai the American films coat less. But why should this anawer suffice? Barbados spends more money per head of population on education th m any other British Caribbean territory. The educational system uf the island is modelled on the United KlnfdoDO where the Director of Education and many school teachers are lecruitcd. %  %  p naive educational system modelled on the & pattern, the majority "i the Island's achool children are more culturally akin to N Americans of the Middle Weal ot Southern States than to the avera. I chool child. How does tlus aoomliuj paradox come about? I-argely because of the influence of the American cinema and the BUl Bidlai %  nmaneai %  •' .—.-•-... Atmaatoaa auma which do nut cater for II.U-IIILH'M n..,i, i Is it not time that some action was taken to diminish the American In favour of the British influence and thereby complete th educational system of U* Despite the facile observations of a few intellectuals who scoff at Barbadian loyalty to the British Crown the average Barbadian Is profoundly attached to the British way of life as he or she understands it. This understanding would be much greater if instead of Aincriccin Alans Uic public were encouraged to sec good British films. Again the observati* hich I frequently made by superficial pi that the Barbadian cannot understand the spoken words of the English actors and actresses and that Hi itish films have no box-office appeal. The complete reply to such persons is provided by the remarkable attendances during the showing in Barbados of that preeminently British film Hamlet. The true explanation why British iUms are so poorly attended in Hart, is rather the failure of the local cinemas to %  ,:ise all b il tl a m %  I m landing British films effectively. When quite recently the Rocking Morse Winner wai projected on a Bridgetown screen its advartlseajienl in the daily newspaper was loat amid a score of competing film notices and no i reference was made to the tact thai th< film based on a atoiy by D. 11. Lawrence Against BUCh indifference British film* can hardly compete. Yet the Kockiim Hone Winner if not the best film shown in Barbaclo U Is |Aaf rank.-u vei> in .hl\ among the films which were shown. Some months ago another British film of some merit Passport to l'imlicu was shown with another film as a double attraction the British Council is failing to educate the cinema proprietors of the British Carlo bean! Until they can convert cinema audiences from a love of the more ephemeral American films the British way oJ We will always be less popular here than the American. The British Council alone however cannot be CM %  Ireaa the unbalance of the cinema which is now disadvantageous to the British Blm prod The local government OUgM to reOOgnlN the role which the British cinema has hi play in the educational iyi tem rf Bej I and ought to M" jetton winch will encourage the showing of good British films. Merely passing legislation to enforce the showing of a certain number of British films with no attention being paid either to selection >i to advertisement will not help tu popularise British films nor to make Barbadian film goers conscious i>\ the tatk merits of British Mnw Bontifbrl ought to be made by the educational authorities . • board irnkh will aaalsl cinema proprietors to ..; %  : and adv. quately. Air Servicr* In C anWa sltn l LONL> IN Britain has no feara today about U vision of SU l I heEmpire trunk airlines, but thei cause for auxiety about the regional services witiun the colon* Mr. Oliver LytteUon, the Colonial Secretary', speaking at a luncheon League of the British Empire in Lonuon. Id inwanted operated by that would meni trade %  haviindu al attention U — B.U.P. H.v iiuiuii Prince had nciraw. .ntt of Barl'VTm months had now son*, and the C<>mi bent* refused. Su 1 ,. : ., %  (orcemsnbi frum Virginia. anaoa t.iw* arrived, ne landed an uverwhelming force, dnvu<4 *he defenders from their strongholds to a place called Port Royal. The invaders soon caprmnifbby made' good J un *> V£ place K,llln M %  nd Barbaao %  as once al mi • th a during the Civil war. In 1631. Charle* I had been I and England had munwciiUh under Oliver Crom.Vell. %  ash of tin* civil 1 .valuta fled Vorm Amarfcca and UM Wwt in. %  %  the i-ounlry. ethers did *^" m ;:'.,,::,;: r.K.ng 100-pruone... rt !" h.> lUy, thCM new catenaM • %  i <• strongly burned many houses, and rcitermuda. Vlrgmia. Antigua and RM but tu turned to their ship* a* Ihe tow.i iso raised a large artnv for its w** n w untenable. I, and refused to a.' ., Col. Modyidrd and Lt. Cm. commonwealth. set* an v. [|| tbasa) Burch, senior offlcen of the Hut Barbados went even furhe *ail< u ., ,,|andIsland's forces, now carried on a mis, i">d in 1050. prouadt n -nd intrigues with Admiral Ayscue i.imed ChSrlc II a^ Hi.Th P y held a secret conference •reign. m itHhore one night with CantPark. in reprttai lor UM atutud-i or %  ,,, lnh Prux jnd Mr R ttyne s < 0 ne S.-.tes l>arliameiit passK: of th# Co mmiloncni>. r.nd came N .vlfation Act reatrlcUng ..--..ni but Barbados [ersrsted. having Us ..., |A .M, part Willou>hbv Refurs fi n BerM ( nto a league for loi As u result of this, on Jan. 6ih i to supply j (j„i_ Modyford mustered his ih* with arms and v ghnant, constsring of 1,000 men _, .„ h i„ HIMJ U0 cavalry, and persuaded MM .top lighting and recog" %  ' tinCommonwealth. The SMT ^ -a -8 %  Round Head Plat? report that ed upon him to nimn he Parhnmei'tarians planned W i meat' i ha itaVhSS* uthorhhrtght Colonels SeU-v ovei EnglWirnm but l th thrir .I,. i %  stown > for whom hi n Gmrarnor, Barbados and UM oUMa \w iV,epel by the alarm, he under his command. lord lOSBUaBh is a fierce rl the V. "' ,: ' '''ardment of tne castle. This KM t) In o"* had no effect bin ; %  fierci-r ratlin I infant! of i ..... He irid •(> land son %  '• %  %  • vtl War of England had spread g s ound, and the rorosa writ piaead %  long iha tonore, that ^ ( ||||| | :' % %  !"' I • %  round tin' oper a tion loo dnnrrtved, and gave garoui to attempt, ii,e in Qovernor '"••M that he The inKing vadoni wan '""" ,| t: '"'' 1 of Carlisle for thRai' I I isL The "" I UsB C mnl llament. ... who wenm removed 'ici.-Ki-. penl n pro) %  i Lighby established tryine to persuade them to subFirsl he . Parllamonl whara iluy had ,„„ h ,>,..„. doUrmlnauon lo do*'. had neen imin-acheri by rarI In UM %  ••.fllis iLiineiil. a.< rcalored to mi h.s boon Of the ,M II, to a> la prain hiin Etmland. Barbados AnD, us Dutch ships according to which they enliaua. and Surinam. The innabl. Hariaati'ai \>'l. lor thalr .....mutton. <*<"' '•' >he nb nd were f.intven "^ .nd antstanc. had 1 s,r ll.-orsr Am. and hU men lor all acIs cornmltlt durin ll.e %  he proaparltj nf ,.„. 1M ,.,, cd „ ibn cSta %  *: %  *h " >m Annther offer ol setllement was I nd irodc was ittclared lo be free DM C miasioncrs; but with SSS" n ..isoeed hoavy linos on Ihem. bados wiuld be defended al all n a| thatn Had lo Bngtand ..led Ihe news lo CromTi .r-d. <.r ..... I| were landed at the main fort lo Parilanxnl Immediately detake R by storm: but they met ."Ion nations that do ,,;l;.iivl.' These lifcert.es, having trade been \ €liallen£t k To Antiquated [ ha*, become wio> i ih.ii ;i Cataract must 'o %  r* ..t i.. r |pa n bi fore II can be on, beeaaaa it %  """ :.ictice of those Into whose hnndx e h->s placed a Mrfaoa'a aaHa i operate only after one had bi'en utTer the Iwilmhl of %  jvblindneae while nwultlnK >at far-off-day that may OOTtC i*n for he poor SUIT.TII %  i i-e applied by the %  i when n Ignotai baa been arrived at that na U really suffering from Manet IIV IVe-viUe ScliulW O'JI.. BJSm. I) If the pataBBl m fortunaU' %  ^ave his Cataract exposed at ht from losing his reason. \,i, earUeal laalnlant stages • fona vision is seriously obscurvi. it the iilitiidular treatment or lena-antiawn treatment bry some of the world' b II.IMHum removed by a now antiquated surgical method. •artna of eorrrrt las.s. : durintf one's lifetime is another method of combatting this grave ncuhtr disorder. Burdon-Cooper, Davis, Hlsley and others have rurnlshed IrrefuUble proof of the iiUluen.-e of lighi. colour, and out to be one that is not what Li commonly known as ,M(. i,. mi thenip\ train in IT' causation of (2) When vision Is so obliterated Cataract Kdber Bmeii. a leadinu %  > patient b. threatened with psvchologtst In the U.S.A. makes %  deprivation nf th'rapacity to some slight reference t. CM earn, aapi i al "" rtj on Cataract In caaa of acomitanw, then an British Guiana. He says on page operation must be performed ISO In his book "Selling Wi'.h Immediat 1% %  i % % %  :< save the Colour", quote: iilTercr. not <>nl> from blindness. "It U also recognized that a WTertched seeing condition may (J) Win n an oporatlon has be an Indirect cause of Cataract. reen decided upon there are i>, Neville Sthuler slates that several types, to he drawn upoi w ere the eyes art* strained to on the vurgc,nV. temate, a bad train of happenings % % %  .. L %  %  i ,.i .il'.iTJlmn i:i Ihe ;id ng ipocUlisis can be apph. d ,. L sccrelory parl o( tne cUtarj/ body, nwhiw, the optometrist ,^L on the high, honourabh lens put In place if the and deficient secretion, nd much need professional role l.ns itiiioved from the interior of nutritional troubles and finally ,. the I'Mrjurtng iK operation, This Cataract." guiding me patient down the obv ,,, hl ,. i nm n( V)IV %  mmlne corridorsi of time. guardh un slgh „ y .pectade.. ^Paber Birren himself agrees g him asai'.s! the dread comthat if our attitude seems to be ..cations of glaucoma, relim* *..-.' i | .,f undue anxiety, certainly plic atrophy etc. supply in tr of management of raatg upon a desire to drama1 i iK-ouraguig act is in order. Certain it is Hu lize an imporunt role. In this pul graater and grantar baighi of human fon> end >f case we dramalize the perl thai ittt his visual function; psychological mediocrity to tell the early detection and treatment :. maintaining by confla i haa par<>f Cataraot pla.vs In life rather atnoUonai %  tabtUb whkll nally formed Catarnc.s; that than we should subscribe to an ne.-T.ary (or successful surginothiiiK can be done; l* wait fer attitude of "do nothing" that is %  MI nl if ihe case still the Cataract* to ripen: and then both unreasonable nnd fatalistic. Our Readers Say; Hoe -S/. /.I'onimi's Srrumhirv Svhtml %  iits out of th fire. It is obvk>ua that the whafc i UM Bettor, FIM Adt Lnuni has been badly messed up SIK,—I have been goaded into Far too much of ihe t..x riling this letter, by the remoney ha* b<-cn spent ruu-ka of w. H. Caxtac In ihe %  cbara unfortunately %  ivocatv of 23id ui- kno„ aihal irt k. gad I %  bag pajaatl of Barbados ar* in only say thai I wag IP) l' V ,k. n ehUdren vhere praise is due. and I agree %  .wrJi Inm whiletieurtedly; conaaauentty I sav all praise' to Mr. rontaiy school teacher who Millar nnd his atao. who seem to has come to th* and hayy done a very difficult job very Mil. nd U 'chaos*. It did not take Are and v. nth ced n tt • ..until observer to rhoul was >-* opened. Mr o point ou nd to be anven out ot tne |. ut -hooi on the Friday before, c speaks a*, one wilh author.. ,Tid It is not for me to „i because of i 'Umbut f must say Uuit the but are we not om I saw applying coats a that I hav< of cream admits that w %  rhool building were I nto OUT eduea. BJU that n H-ived me Into thinh is the May I close with this quotation: You can fool some of the people this 8P lhf """": v u can foGl al1 of the in'ople somo of the time; but you cult fool all of the people all the time." ANXIOUS PARENT Or ft m Air* To the Editor. Ust /tdeocate SIR.—I note with considerable surprise the application to tho %  r r 1.800 to provide an to the existing Cathedral .; %  ubtedly one of the best in UM W.*t Indies, is a ureal asset do the t Carter states, the chool h^ %  say. Mr. nicely, then It is the good olJ Carter uiges iu W .'>' •aetn, luxury -._td, and ilhedral auth-n aaycra, whe already >"." -rous contribution tt. the upkoep o: the Cathedral, to foot the bill ran only pa described M an ImpnaW Surely It is time that the Cathedral congregation, already so largely spoon-fed. should nuke il Ri own business to raise the whole (tension fund poopla should learn to stand on their own fretYours faithfully "LAZARUS." oiVu \i4fVHks IIMHH 1953 MM u •*/* 1I OI 1 Mi > I. I ilOM It Obtain your requirement of • • l.l Mill K i SHINGLCS WALABA POSTS. < I:MI:VT PAINTS and Oll^i GALVANIZED and ALLM1MM SHEETS and • All BUILDEKS HAKDWAKE from WILKINSON & HAYNES & CO., LTD. Successors lo C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phones : 4413. 4472, 4K87 Beekuilh Klores DWIGHT D. 1SENHOWEK. aged 12. ol Ualton, Georgia, has a new brother. The name?—Adlai Stevenson. He was born K Mr. and Mrs. Ben Iaenhower. TWENTY-POUR boxers obeyed Colorado State athletic commission's ruling: they must visit Ihe electroencephalographist—a specialist to test their brain-waves. Nine shown) "unrhythmic" patterns and were warned they had damaged themselves. Colorado University's conclusions (which did not seem to bother the boxers): "Men whf had never been knocked out were less likelv to have brain damage: reckless boxers will hurt their brains." • • • • OUT OF LOVE with UN il the American Legion. Says its national commander, Donald Wilson: "UNO is a gathering of talkers sittmi in a glass house on the East River hoping nc. le will throw a stone. POCKETBOOK prohibition is here, mourn U.S. whisky makers. They complain of high lnxes lhat force prices up But even higherpriced Scotch continues lo sell well to the well-to-do. SAD NEWS from Scheneetady, New York —and evidence of the depth to which Russo American relations have fallen. Thirty-live locomotives, built for broad gauge Russian railways in the happier days of wartime Lease-Lend, arc being broken up for scrap GOOD NEWS for industry —of the critically-short list come copper and aluminium to permit a bi^ boost in military and civilian production next year. Up rhoots steel production. Anil ItB men begin to worry whether they can nno customers tor all tho steel they are going I produce. BALLET STAR Nora Kaye, at Ihe Edin burgh Festival, must hurry back to Broadway to star with Bette Davis in a reVui "Two's Company." Miss Kaye is the daugh ter of a former Moscow Art Theatre actor. She began dancing when she was four. SINGING cab driver Barev Bartanyat rented Carnegie Hall last year to show of! his baritone voice. Now Hollywood is goinf lo lilm his life story. Bartanyan will costar with bigger box office names. REPLICA of a bombed street built a: Olnoy, Man-land, to train civil defeiu-. workers was used for the first time recently. Using raid tips by London authnritir"; "injured" wcie taken from smokinp; rubble %  mid broken gas and waler mains and dang ling high-voltage wires. Gorgeous Satin Anglaise is an invitation to Ihe Bride — or lo Evening Dress Moire Faille in dancing green, pink, blue, fawn, gold and bronze. Palette tinted Taffetas, brocaded and plain, present wilh Nylon materials a thrilling colour fiesta. Da Costa & Co., Ltd. RfcU' A HAM ON HAND COLD STORAGE HAMS (Cut or Whole Ran in Tins l>v th. 8 tt. 8 lh. Corned Href—In Tins I 'iiii-h Tonxues—Tin* Spaghetti and Cheese B-iaed Kesris Cnee*e In 1','Ka.iMM I-TUIK •-, l'ruft Salsd Sweet Corn (ARKS the first nime In Biscuits Custard Creams Arrowroot u,.,rtv.i In 1 tb Tins rrenm Cra'kers—in Tin* SPECIALS Ormnnes—A cent* t>a^h Crape Frnl'— cents each Vtno'a Toilet *oai>— ICe. ca. VInnU Bah* Sire Se. aa. \ • • R 1 -i- Sun* -i. PHONE EARLY Macaroni as a Tefctable Is morr nourhhint than Super Rlre. Cook in Bo.ilnc salted v -iter. uke* „i '. 10 minutes lo prepare— In Pkr*. Vrf etables In Tins Ktrlnx Beans C.irrols Beet hoot Orren Ctbbacr H'l Cahbacr Turnips Mixed Vegetables Kale M"! I'll As parse us IROZKN VEGETABLES Cvilfl-iwrr Spinach S'rlns Beans i Vecelaol" DELIVER — WE GODDARDS