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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

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of House of Assembly

‘oli Concert, Princess
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Mobile Cinema, Graeme Hal! Yard
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Forty-i've Chinese Communist prisoners were citled | Fore. rn cD nitegrstate
nother 120 injured in a battle between United State CAIRO, Oct, 1. i — tc rAgveed
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iidier guards and Red captives that threatened a renewal 1 Ghia fohamumed Naguib, a orem «
f the Comm Ua ie ale ae , “ ag ¥5 trongman Premier pre- sent forni
he Communist defiance « n Koje Island .Mupltated tn the most thunderous ble. But the U.S. fee
: The’ battle between United States infantry:men id i 1O back country tour jnot re w me proposa
i Chinese captives armed with stones, barbed wire w rappé i We ln: se when he told an es use “a Seep bers
staves and tentpoles was fought at 7.30 a.m. on Tuesday on { 200,000 ihrong at Zz | jin the couptry¥ roigyat 3 very
Cheju Island where 20,000 Chinese prisoners includin nae. Purana its } OOo a forsee a coup with
n A” ee os fos i‘ place under the sun t seeable consequences.
5,000 Communists are imprisoned. Bee See dinie- ra). aser leseaess? is | Britain does not wish teocl
P Pp wae U_N Es Prisoner Command ook © packed station square, | WASHINGTON, Oct, 1 i door abrupt! ut also icels
r id not disclose whether the sol-; he General repeatedly waver | wel Adlai Stevenson aim-|that nothing can | on by fur-
esents apers diers used guns to subdue the |} » at neal ar nzied cout @ayrer cet } wer pley at independent |ther appeasing of Mossadegh, nor
prisoners who fought from behind }elow as ihey interrupted is voters On Wednesday while Gen.|does she consider the Communist
; jready-made barricades — stone ; nazjonwide } roadcast almost every U. S. 8TH ARMY GUNNERS r ter anguish as they await firing of their big cight-incher at Commun Dwight Eisenhower and President|threat quite so minent a
j We alls forming the foundation of} | ninute, ist pesittor the Korean front he gun is a self-propelled woapon. Trumién serimmaged over foreign Americans do, source aid. Con
I tives a ee ee cap-| “I am proud of you all. I con- International Soundphoto) poliey ; gultations in W ashingtor and Lon-
TE vetcaeat th sider you my soldiers, though you _ —— “| Governor Stevenson opened aldon are being steppe up © find
foe dike ae To mantt | work outside the army’, he said ; No-Gey con erence n Spring-Ja compromise on the next move
| . ~ in 2a ti h sall Yr ur nf < j hele inols, with a programme * : .
dla ona tea: meget cal erates Cy han De vation met Jewelle jontnols With « RORAME) Cabinet Discussion
jPrison camp number three A. 4):+6 our move. And you will see 1 Wyatt, Democratic nominee’s} , The British Cabinet on Wednes-~
'when prisoners refused to obey - at it succeeds”. ; r mpaign manager, to films pre- day—-for the second day running
| the direct order of the Camp Com-|*'"7 5. sams alwaves been the ac nm red by Hollywood for the Stev considered the tricky situatior
| mander to stop the demonstration. | .,.@°53/8 Stein tater on C ttee and was understood to have agreed
| stronghold *of uationalist feeling eC mar Ommittee that every effort should be 7
| | The demonstration had begun | li was a that the ‘worst’ riots Po rt-of- in fica ane arenes — SOO to maintain the joint front wi
: after guards moved in to organize ney lop. d last October after the : ‘ednesday night with some 20 the United States in approac
tails to co e work o yin-| Jbrogation of the 1986 treaty with tie leaders of volunteer: : ; maaan .
details to continue work on wir : : ing Mossadegh on his new pro
‘ter quarters. Communists flaunt- Britain, Egypt’s good name at er u ar ar e (From Our Own Correspondent) Ger Eisenhower, whistle-stop- anal s
“ed Red banners and defied United | presen’ resounds throughout the F _PORT-OF-SPAIN, ,, cing through Michigan, charged The ultimatum expires Saturda
, States infantrymen to act against | W ort@”, General Naguib declared. = Port-of-Spain’s latest “racket t speech that Democrats are: 4 speedy action will be requir
, them. It was the first such open | "The Nile Valley people now de- . is one in which tricksters are re : aking a political football out of ed, though Mossadegh has not in
| defiance since paratroopers under! serve their rightful place under (From Our Ov» Correspondent) ported to be fleecing peagis, = oreign policy dicated in his note the nature of
| jthen Brig. General Haydon L.| the sun. Let us preserve this LONDON, Oct. 1, men, goldsmiths and ph si - He said that no matter how|)i-" tanks with British Charge
| tontnee launched a drive that | achievement” The seven-man Cuban delegation to the International |‘ rs of thousands i do! ars vy ‘epublicans co-operate in foreign) p); ‘Affaire: in Teheran George
crushed prisoner defiance on Koje The Premier will return to Bghe 2 ert ee a ar ai rie ment. which will provide trading in fake jewellery ; re Yalrs, Democrats do not give) widdleton or what the consequen-
Island last June Cairo this weekend after two brief ougal u want a ne pat sete eng Ps This jewellery, according to re em eredit at election-time bu ces would be
|v tis to Delta towns, their count vith a bigger market in the Empire ports, is being lodged at some of irge them with — isolationis There have been carlier suggé
| Former Methods | Big Reception The Cubans who are attending { |the a eenecee or) jarge d ignorance of ao affair tions in Teheran that Iran would
sie sath Are . 7 nies sis , ake *« speci; " i op i ‘s ne) rec a 50- Ss renders ms k k inlo
; 3 . General Naguib eceived an|'bis week's special Committee ums “Of money OF Ons B ur in such an event break dip
Prisoner command said prison-| jjmost equally tumultous recep-| Meeting of the Council have open- »pterare Al jcalled “bargain” prices to unsus President Truman gave an matic relations with Britain. Frit
ers were “reverting to for mer | tion when he arrived at Sifta in}°4¢ UP an office in suite 505 at | Services pecting housewives and ordinary) jess at ceremonies ded cating ish Ambassador in Washington S
} patterns of violence“ in challeng-| ¢yorht4 Province, where he was] —laridge’s | . vorking folk by men masquerad~| ¢4m-near Kalispell, Montana. Oliver Franks, and his adviser
| ing United Nations authority. To- | sreeted by a crowd of 100,030 There the plan for World Sugar | he Cathedral ing as licensed jewellers ld previous Montana audiencti| have been instructed to seel
day’s outburst was the bloodiest | The throng cheered the General | Talks was revealed by Dr, Arturo | First clue to the racket was un ring nine stops, that Gen, Eisen-|early understanding with — th
conflict since United Infantrymen | ioe uuarten Of an, hee, Manas, master planner Sets i Lie following services will covered by a cones Rupr wp nower has “surrendered to the|State Department and to cmph
| ; broke Communist resistance on | . ift: > General | ugar industry It is lope , ae : ae re vas offered a pair of gold bangles] |. ctionary Republicans Taft aNd] size the need to keep up the join
LEAVING the White House is Geor- nearby Koje. os Ss ieee Silnee ee that U.N.O. will take it up 5 ppothoey fia ig Miohnet’s at a “bargain” in a Port-of-Spainf{ ey , ape front in view of Mossadegh’s
gi Zarubin, new Soviet Ambassa- A few minor incidents have teen of the corporal who was} The 52-year-old Doctor said his 7.30 . m Holy ee ar jrum shop. The salesman first Qther political developments] known tactics aimed plitt
dor to the U. S., after he presented, | taken place in the United Nations the only man killed in the July |country wants to sell more to ” eiSarporate oO wanted $300 for the bangles bit? ore: Kirstly Senator Robert | the alliance
his credentials to President Tru-| | prison camps since but they had coup which forced King | Britain. “We can convince your )| ah oa om 1! accepted a little more than $100} >). 5, campaigning far Gen. Misel _UP.
man. He told the latter that the been quickly suppressed under the} SF™Y | coup Soe ‘pee. | government that increased im nen 2 Visiting | Then the purchaser got the re nnessee used th
Soviet Union is “striving” to 'U.N’s “get tough” policy. oe : smaelee ie aoialeetl f Cuban sugar would not dam- 1.30 1 Wek wine) bangles tested at a reputable jew- tministr we, “deliberately * °
aintai i i i i See Oye cee ; age agreements with Empire pro- 4-00 Pm whe svensong ery ests ant é liseov- |, we 7
ey pe relations with | Communists have found such! wife and gave her five hundred sae Sarees my I and ‘Bermen, eller’y cotatd nent oe fern de manipulating the wage price spira! reig er
te U. S. The Chief Executive as~ incidents in prison camps to be{ Egyptian pounds.—WU.P. , be : 1 his' Preacher: The Rev. ered that they were @ i dviving It up in election year ¢
sured .Zarubin that the United | : iceniara a -oatieel Doctor Manas warmed up to his, copper bangles, The jewellers} ., they might yave an apparent e
i. =A \of considerable propaganda value theme “we are here” he said ‘to J. M. Dennington. mt then found y ve a é e
States “desires only to see a world They have accused U.S. of e ® revent catastrophe involving alt Sublect; | ““Bersonal Thee thay taken in sortie spi ean wane Id a sie fhe e t ne I
wheres triendtypmetghberly res | tations exist between every coun- ootmedtting » upgrsgeutions” and ° Ss oO Is] ppsar eo nnd haee sae ares and Community rious jewellery and had paid out? ok of the administration’s
trv.” (International Soundphoto) “atrocities’ against them e iv Pur SEHah (oe : "Te camae their | (Church Army, a lot of money for it ingerous” fiscal policies if Mv. From Our Own Correspondent)
—UP. W t I d ations v ; ; S C.28.-%. (at s.ovenson was elected BORT LORRAIN: Oct
consumption without impairing} _L. 6B. Cc. G. B. A PORT-OF-SPAIN ri
_ es n 1es their eric Doctor Manas F.B.S. Scouts, at- Ki t U. S. Shi secondly, Senator Jobn aie - The ‘Zenith’ which mysterioush;
Liberals Lead B it s Launch also said that Britain was Includ- tending. rs ip wan at akech ethyl” a nates! vanished without trace
evanite } (From Our Own Correspondent) ed ronde ‘McCarthyism ag Christmas eve durir a vo
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 1.|&4; the | - Kqu L To Fire | \iiveat even worse than Commun- «ee
j . ‘ : ey ’ a The Doctor is in favour of tl “q ippec oe 3arbados to Br n Guian
| Four British Members of Pat-Jupiack Pact” signed by the S« n vas left waterlogged “to fend
In Japanese New Campaign liament—two Labourites, and tw sialist Gace nent and says Arabs Shoul Be G uided Missiles r “Hysterical” 1 teole by a freighter < aptain when
Elections MORECAMBE, England, | Conservatives will tour 2 num lmroula continue, On top of 800] 4 ited Ins , c Albaman fold a rally in] iyo diape ouf of Bastedee, This
Oc h. er » ; i a -“?7n00 tons of ubar sua ric »ARIS, Oct ic ew orK, ia senna ” story was given ere oday )
The “party within party” of| nies later this year, They ave|Britain is called upon to buy eac | rhe United ee fauniched| Joseph McCarthy’s = “hysterical” | Alfred Peters, a crewman of the
By ERNEST HOBERECHT Ane © Be ran launched a new all members of the United King-|year until the end of 1953, Doctor M E D he Ais’ atarohi 5 oe uipped beri hods are “the last ditch poli- schooner “C. L. M, Tannis” whi
aneurin ya din tinal dom branch of ‘ the Common-|Manas said that Cuba is prepare: qd} VO ORnd OR, ONO : I : il manoeuvres of party} teenage nephews Sonny, G
TOKYO, Oct. 1 campaign to make Britain’s future) © Ith P li tary Association|to sell another 500,000 tons a year | ania 7 ire true guided missiles and more ikrupt of idea and Clarke Peter Lisappeare
Conservative parties, led by| foreign policy one strongly oppos- ; nd the *Trinida th r ones: oe tor sterling. : S iy cota Wee has pe Un Get fee nano el Thirdly Senator McCarthy an-] with the “Zenith” ee
eS ett 7 7, an dac > com- s : Secretary of State Dea t “1 States secret: of the were 4 owe 4% -
Premier Yoshida’s _—“Liberals”}¢d_ to that of aid even the perty | prising all members of the Leg- “We would use sterling to bi on said at ‘his Press Dantianc: io ae Sint 1: re nounced he would reveal his} Peters claimed that a sé
took a nuge lead Wednesday night| | Flushed by ve ee ‘We anual ifative Council will meet|more manufactured goods in Bri n Wednesday, that it is highly] Ki ball Iso. told ss con-}| documented history” of Governor) off a freighter who called at Trini-
ao returns poured in from Japan’s| executive election at the annual): fo liy Getaher- 10° to ms “a ain” he added is t désirabie ; af he : Kimball also told a pre | Stevenson when he goes toldad a few days ago said the
first election since the end of|labour party atari Pe pebes| Peat 8 t se: ” tt i f or \ > fi “j be co sult i ye the ferenRe neh Se Have. wee FeeCy Chicago. However, the Wisconsin] “Zenith” when sighted a few 9
zs , f Pavanites we . tformn| arrangements for their four o1 rab nations be consulted in the}to rush bombs to Europe immed- ago. ; f a
2d occupation. Bevanites went to the platfor - ie : L ( rush 2 blican did not reveal wher arbados. was leaking t
Pienplets returns apparently] today to push for more socialist|five-day stay in the colony. he en period of any Middle) jately in case of war. That wil oF He ‘told the vaily ib san’ ethartomese. ; The freighter
assured the election of 152 can-|foreign policy. A government — _ Spokes nan Referendum East Defence Organization. He declined to name the guided Bridgeport, Connecticut, that “we| Captain offered to tow the schoo
Tahtom . ver f the Genne Lee, Bevan'’s wife, and! stated there is no political signifi- Ach ud In answer to the] missiles vessel for security reasons mig : Nie ‘dngiel ant itieh Ci ee he cot
lidates to the lower house 0: ne 7 . ’ y a have done a careful job of docu-] er into British Guiana on the cor
f i ies ali ‘hard H. S. Crossma ance to be attached to the visit | que stior at the United States ven to say yhere it ,
Japanese Diet from three parties] journalist Richard H, S, Crossman, ; . : a ther @ ing}?! even lo say where it WaSl menting against “horse meat] dition that the schooner be t
generally regarded as Conserva-|roused the crowd with attacks on|and that the M.Ps will have a Bill Post one |! ; reulated to o se ents launched, He explained however! agar and we will give it to the] over to him as a prize on arriva
five. At stake in to-day’s elec-| United’ States policy. \look at labour conditions and cou 3 rae Te ane tacea oD a that it was equipped with guided] american people before the No-] When Japtain Tannis refused the
tions were 466 seats. The Upper | social services, | Br 1 proposals for such a de€=| missiles to shoot down aircraft and vember election.”—U.P. offer, the freighter left
H ise is not affected in the bal- Crossman began under a _ bar- ROME. Oct. 1, | fence organization. that others also would have ; F
lating. E : rage of loud boos when he said ” e Premier Alcide De Gasperi He said he thi that the Amer- guided missiles for offensive! wee ol ae alll
Liberals led the Conservative| he had toned down his oe Strong Russian Christian Democrats beat down |<" Bi ws are in 8CM=) potion against sea and ground tar-|
sweep when 117 of their candi-| after winning a place op the party Communist led opposition la tieeae lea fet ns ha also gets in war |
Gar, wom gets In Tt Te ey aia a] Delegations Tea U.N. [niet sans, wen senste «pprov! os usted nanan fave al ur. |
: ag section of the party also be of a measure to postpone legis!s-| heir i 8
Prt teenpiite "figures indicat 1d] in ‘ pei: pcg’ i Gemarnee ' by | By HENRY SHAPIRO tion to set up machinery for hold (spose if he estab. sist ment of Ti B P t
00,000 Japanese went to; moderate labour leaders in thei an ing popular referendums in Ital) J ; ume mb P lan ad
on or pM 5 28 percent,| attacks on Bevanism. { Soviet Ru eer ore a | z here beet ve por here- Mi 0
" : ’ : soi “ pan ite : Sovie SSia added two mo The show of hands vote can tofore t I ished to set
. ate he turnout He said “the war is quite in-; : ’ ) | ;
Goan Was eset eon of 74{evitable if the rearmament race|¢e diplornats Wednesday to its/on the Government proposal jup such an organization regard- In Mexican Airliner
reent. set in 1949. Liberal party] continues. The first fact to face delegation to the United Nations] ut aside the referendum bill, ani|less of whether Arab countric : yy
vistory ld indicate that. the|is that Russia and the Unitea| Assembly which meets in New |{o give first priority to a measur: |expressed interest, while it i MEXICO CITY, Oct, 1.
vistory Wow ae . Pp 2 States are getting stronger with bat < on October 14, to set up a Supreme Court. Boti/ insisted that Eastern countrier| Attorney General Francisco De
J Ss eople approve Premier} g B g
focaida’s Th j " a close co-| rearmament while the rest of us - Andrei Gromyko, Ambassa-fthe referendum and the cou:t| understo: at the United States| La Vega said that ex-convict
Yoshida's with the, United States grow weaker.” oe ~ Britain and Arkadi Sobo-} were. called for in Italy 19 should be broughy in o ny initial| Fmilio Arellano Schetelige, 48 |
operation wi UP —UP. lev, Ambassador to Poland were | .onstitutional provisions lanning \ | and Variety Show producer vaeo)
and the West.— named to the already powerful ’ Asked whether the United States | Sierra, 42, well known baritone,
| delegation headed by Mr, Vishin- Debate on the bill to give the|and Britain were at present in ac were “the principle participants
More Affiliates Favour right of way to the” Suprem:| ena te ern ere ne animes Pra,
J ny Western observers here}Court bill was bitter th om-| 4 t fi olin in such n a Mexican Airway airline
: é 9 believed Russia may launch a new | munist charging that E ver! defence nizat Acheson jin an alleged $208,000 insurance |
d | diplomatic offensive at the As-|ment was mano ‘ring for re replie ne uld not answe lot. He sald both confesrcd they |
CLA. Meeting In B OB \sembly meeting They predict }|year’s gene: ‘ tio opr. es or t it that it was high lanted the bomb in the alleged
ol | a1 Far Eastern Peace of- alia EE = ta esir important that the tlempt to wreck the D.C, 2 plane |
¥ . ~ ‘ ‘fen otve r the “peace” confer- ] t ulted at an earl put “only as hirelings of a supe |
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Sept. 30, [ence ates ‘We “penta 6 ae ta ; L be y
; which opens Thursday in - wy riminal
Two more of six British Guiana affiliates of ee nal? -eiping Su George Seel — "The ide ntity of the third major !
bean Labour Congress are in favour of a meeting of a fuli} Mr. Gromyko arrived in Mos . Y" . see Tas . uspect was not immediately re-
congress of the organization in Barbados to consider the| co w Bo eis from London aed Sar Crown Agent U.S. W riter W ill eased but police said a "ati gee
i ¥ 5: 2, |} promptly obtained visas to atten L f s t earch was underway. Mean- |
question of member organizations i ig ae to} he United Nations Assembly. It Sir John Calder, Senior Crown Lecture In India ime four other persons including
affiliate to the World Federation of Trade Unions and that) 2. ‘disclosed alse that Soboley{Agent for the Colonies and Si: 2 Saabs: Meeker: ‘wane Seid ant
of the dissolution of the London branch of C.L.C. | will attend.—U.P, Harold Downie, Second Crown WASHINGTON, Oct, 1. uspected accomplices \
These are the British Guiana et Agent will retire 30th April, Mrs. Dorothy S. Norman, New The Sierra Opera’ singer,- and
Labour Union and the Cosmopol- i953. The Secretary of State for} York writer, has been awarded a tage producer is the husband of
itan Workers Union and __ their the Colonies has appointed Sir| grant under the Educational Ex-] ihe wealthy Esperanza Iris, well
stand on the invitation from EGYPT'S BIG MAN RATE is SAL UTE George Seel, at present Com; -| change Programme of the Inter own Latin American. She was
Honourable Grantley Adams of troller, Development and Welfare | @tional Information Administra- rostrate with grief at the news!
Barbados, president of the Con- pene Organisation and British Co-| tion, to lecture in India Mrs. ut expressed confidence in her |
gress, to state whether or not & |Chairman of Caribbean Commi:-| Norm Wy vill arrive in New isband’s innocence.—U.P. |
they favoured a zepting of the ” ok ion, to be Senior Crown Ager mee hi eek, will begin a ten-
Council of Congress in Jamaica in 7 { the Colonie i Sir Ge o | wee tou throughout India at fu 7 Ke :
the near future to consider ques- z Hasdeinrd took wiioes” terme’ 13 | Vari 4 rsities speaking onf UK. Warned About Whenever you want a cigarette
tior i imilar to that taken by i Rasatnor of Sierr Y aichik et) he ‘ of art and literature
the British Guiana Trade Union } 7 7 “ *h tiv of the ex ‘ 2 » A:
the British Guiana, Trade Upion | Jend next year, to be Second], “pbiective of ‘he x-| Tran Oil Purchases! remember
gressive Party, that the questions yrown pes a € appoini- understanding of WASHINGTON, Oct
od sbamem te mér wi ake effect or abo t State in other co . - ae
are of too great importance for Ist May next ei - aor Responsible quarters said on bs ih s the TOBACCO that counts
the Council of Congress alone to } : sane +3 founder Wednesday that Britain has told ee
decide oH bl | . 4 Ay a icat the United State that any oi 6
Thi MOVE 9 onouraple | ak 4» | bought from Iran in the presen
‘ 00 mmittee Y
Grantley Adams to purge West Your Satisfactory | India in Decem: {circumstances will be consideres
Indian peoples movements of re- pers Mga : tolen property” and all possible
liz th the estab- ‘ he American
affiliations came wi é BELC Oct +t ? ction will be taken against them
lis hment recently of Inter-Amer- eta ee RK « tee for Econor ic 7 pparentl se emir rid
; ahh ‘ A five-man Yugosl nilitas ; and 1952 iis apparently was a wé
= Cee ho | delegation on We day ret are u.p.| #gainst possible purchasers of oil
ional i CP ies led from tour of Greece peels "lfrom Iran by Walton Jones
ade Unions.—C.P. | Turkey . lous § :American oil executive, or any
a nure itreme! tisf é \Mr. S.E.V Luke CMG To her potential buyer before
AGRICULTURAL ADVISER pene eee : . sae (Britain gets a settlement’ fait
TO VISIT TRINIDAD Ip We beeen i ucceed Sir George Seel | i:;snatization of its oil property
Mr. A, de K. Frampton, C.M.G the del on held + The Secretary of State for the [ran
Agricultural Adviser to the Comp- Jak lie yur V c f »poir ted Mr. Jones has been for several week
troller for elopment and Wel- is Originally ine mer £ I ‘ C.M.G. Assistant |in Iran where hi presence has|
fare, will fly to Trinidad on the as a friendly gest but nat I ey Secretar f State for the |caused rumors that his com;
h tnt r order to attend the ON AN INSPECTION TOUR of a hospital in Alexandria, Egyptian ly we discussed mar tters of |( ‘ { il Office to be |may be planning to bu bstan-
second et f th governing Premier Gen. Mohammed Naguib pauses to exchange salutes with a m terest De lopment and |ti amount of l hn the}
t } ter ribbe young patient. Having ousted King Farouk and two premiers, Naguil I yeneral a i th W N ci anc nians | e been unable t f
F I erving own minister of defense and m ater of the r I Car ce tr O1ZE |
He v etur th Ot avy ddition t the premiership on {I an O : | , sees
October Internationc u U.P Z ~—U.P _

WAITING FOR TE HIG







NOISE ON KOREAN FRONT

U.S., U.K. Differ On
Approach To fran

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By K. C, THALER
LONDON,
Anglo-American differences holding up the decision on
replying to Iranian Premier MohammedsMossadegh’s “ui-
} timatum” proposals for settlement of the @il dispute threat-
| en to weaken the joint front put in the Truman-Churchill

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PAGE TWO





— Carib Calli

| By SEEL, wife of Sir George
Sec Comptroller De

Successful Musical Recital







‘ST NIGHT an I iati
velopment and Welfare tu ee 3 sudience Hetened: ¢ :
to" Barbados on = Monda »Y cal Recital it St. Michael
B.W.1.A from Antig after Cathedral which was arranged b
spending tém says thee. Mr. Gerald A.R.C.M

Director on Visit his Church is now. celebrating
M* AND MRS. W. F. BRYDEN the Patronal Festival of St
were arrivals from Trinidad Michael and All Angels and the
by B.W.LA. on Tuesday Mr. ” usie througecut was appropriate
Bryden is a Director of A. S, The soloists included Mrs. H
Bryden and Sons, Ltd., Trinidad. St. ¢ Tudor Mi John K ”
Hot Shirt. Hot Skirt oe - — : pee. Bands-
wi aike anc sOV c ne
"T= MANAGEMENT of the ; olice Band were the instrumen-
Gettogether Club are holding <9)jst<
their anfiual Hot Shirt, Hot Skirt Mr. Keith Lawrence. treble
Dance at_the Children’s Goodwill ;ojojist of the Cathedral Choi:
League (Hall), Constitution Road ) ndered I wn Alpha and
on Sa urday night October 4th, Omega But the highlight of the
1992 evening's perfor nee wie There
Prizes will be given to the \ac Wa in He cand play a7 i '
couple with the prettiest hot shirt Hudson and pecially com
and hot skirt. Admission will be posed for the festival
by invitation. It was an evening of fine en-
Returned tertainment and the audience look
R. W. WOODHOUSE, forward to many more recitals of

A.R.1.B.A., Building Develop-
ment Adviser to Development and
Welfare, returned from Trinidad
by B.W.LA. on Tuesday last.

Venezuelans Return

R. AND MRS. MAURICE De

VERTEUIL and four children
of Trinidad who are now resident
in Venezuela, returned home on
Sunday by B.W.LA,. via Trinidad
after spending two weeks’ holiday
as guests at Maresol Beach Flats,
St. Lawrence,

They were accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. F. Delannet and their
two ghildren who have also been
spending.a holiday here. Mr. De
Verteuil and Mr. Delannet are both
employees of Schlumberger Ser-
vicing Co., Venezuela.



Barbadians In Scotland = ru rasm

PUT your finger on any part of
the globe and you'll probably find
at least one Barbadian staying
there, That's the impression I
get after four and a half months
in Britain. anyway. Besides the
small “colony” in Liverpool and
perhaps a larger number in Lon-
don (mostly students) at least six
are working in Glasgow, the in-
dustrial capital of Scotland: In
- Edinburgh, the real capital, I met
four more—visiting the Festival
and two others are living in Aber-
deen, These are just a few of
the many scattered throughout
this country, and all of them are
doing well

Take for instance Adsil Fitz-
Patrick at present Assistant Lec-
turer in.the Department of Soil
Science in the University of Aber-
deen and Morva Leslie, 23-year-
old Barbadian, who two years ago
gave up ‘her job as a bank clerk
at home to study nursing in
Scotland.’*Morva has never re-
gretted her decision. Last year
she was {Warded the John Laing
Memorial prize for the best prac-
tical nurse during the first year of
training, plus thre@-other awards
for junior nurses in the general
training school. Morva is a stu-
dent nurse at the Southern Gen-



eral Hospital, Glasgow,
Educated at . “Winifred’s
School, she came to Scotland in

August 1950
career. Why

to begin a new

nursing? “Because”,
says Morva, “I've always been in-
terested insit.” From the above
results she«has shown just how
interested she is.






MORBVA LESLIE (left) of Barbados and Janet Farquharson, student

this kind in the

Spent Summer Holidays
RK. GEORGE CRICK, Student
of the University College of
the West Indies, returned to
Jamaica by B.W.LA. om Tuesday
after spending the summer holi-
days here with his parents at
ston House, St. James.
Mr. Crick is doing
inird year in Arts,

Student Returns
Nh R. H. GOODING, Student and

son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T
Gooding, “Stronghope”, St

future



now

hi

Thomas, returned to England by
B.W.1.A./B.0.A.C, on Tuesday
after spending his summer vaca-

tion with his parents





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ADSIL FITZPATRICK
Morva still finds time for ten-|
nis, hockey and swimming in be-!
tween her studies and she quite |
likes living in Glasgow. With two
more years training ahead, she
says it is rather early to make too
many plans for the future,

|





Adsil FitzPatrick, 25-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs, E. . Fitz-
Patrick of “Eureka”, Enterprise
Road, Christ Church came to;
Scotland in’ 1948 to study soil
science at Aberdeen University
“Fitz”, as he is known to most of



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AST “NIGHT at the British
Council, Wakefield, Mr. Cecil
Jack, young Vincentian Pianist

gave a recital to the members and

friends of Olympia Club.
The programme included

fam-

iliar pieces chosen from the works
of Chopin, Schuber, Grieg, Rach-

maninoff and Schuman.

Mr. Jack received rounds of
applause from &n_ appreciative
iudience and although this was
perhaps not the first time for

yme of us, yet another chance to

listen to his keen

pretation was indeed a treat.
More recitals of this nature are

required

musical inter-

in this island when one

can really enjoy an _ evening's
entertainment and it is to be
hoped that this will not be Mr.

Jack's
Olympia

before
their

last appearance
members and

friends and most certainly not to

the Barbadian public in general.

Deep appreciation is extended
to the Cultural Officer of the club
ind to the Representatives of the
British Council for making the
Recital possible.

Transferred

RS. R. K. GONZALES was an

arrival from Trinidad

the weekend. She was accom-

panied by her mother Mrs. Scott-
Johnston.

Mrs.
join her tusband who has been
here for six weeks, He has been
transferred by the Barclays Bank
o the local Head Office here.
They are living at Maresol Beach
Flats until they secure a home in
which to take up _ permanent
residence.

his friends, was educated at Har-
tison College where in 1943 and
1944 he gained the Oxford and
Cambridge Schoo! Certificate and
he following year obtained the
)xford and Cambridge Subsidiary
Higher Certificate. He also holds
1 full honours certificate of the

Royal Drawing Society,

After winning a Bovel Scholar-
arship in July 1945 he entered the
{mperial College of Tropical
Agriculture, Trinidad and in three



years was awarded the college's
liploma
The first three years in Scot-

land were spent in study and re-
search in soil science and in May
1951 he submitted a thesis on this
subject for the degree of Doctor ,
ot Philosophy. Two months later |
he was awarded the degree.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

——

Will Further Musical

Studies
ADELINE
Teacher

WALKER,
of

ISS
Assistant
Christ Churoh Girls’ School,
the island by B.W.I.A. on Monday
last for the U.S.A. ’
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holiday and during her stay there
will be the guest of her cousins



‘a, 42
For a ume Rupert is speechless.
“If this goes on these trees wil!

Mr. A. Cuthbert Walker, Attorney be some of the wonders of the
at Law, and Dr. Clairmonte country,” says the farmer. * You
Walker, hav =gaved the poles and the

She hopes to continue her trees and the grass, though good-
musical studies at the Boston ness Rnows what else will grow
University of Music during that here. Meanwhile you deserve to
time,

Teaching Appointment
R, EUSTACE GILL, a former
pupil of the Lodge School
left the island on Friday afternoon
by B.W.1LA, for Kingston, Jamaica
where he has taken up a teach-
ing appointment at the Excelsior
School, Kingston.
He is the son of Mr, and Mrs.
Eustace Gill of Massiah Street, St.
John,

Team For Trinidad

HE Barbados Weightlifting
Team to take part in the
International Weightlifting Com-
petition in Trinidad, left by
B.W.LA, on Monday. They
were:— M. H. Webster (Coach),

Clubs May
Co-operate

LONDON.

Another London club planning
Coronation seats is the Royal Aero
Club in Piccadilly.

They have engaged a firm of
architects to make a stand for
500 people. It will be built on the
cantilever principle, with a striped
eanopy in Coronation colours.

Members will ballot for seats
which will cost about £12 12s.

Edwin Rogers, C. Jackman, E, neh ae Sree. ne
Douglas, R, Goddard, B. Grant, G. To avoid a hotch-potch of

Jordan, G. Nicholls and F’. Miller.
Olympia General Meeting

HE members of Olympia

Sports Club will hold their
general meeting at Queen's Park
tomorrow afternoon at 4,30 p.m.
Among the items on the agenda
will be a ballot of new members,

styles, the adjoining Cavalry and
Royal Air Force clubs are con-
sidering employing the same ar-
chitects to build their we.

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HOURS

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1952
100 — 7.15 p.m, 25.53 M 31.32 M





400 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The
Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. London Jazz,
445 p.m. Sporting Record,. 5.00 p.m
B B.C, Concert Orchestra, 6.00 p.m

Like his father, he is a keen
»hotographer, and has been con-

centrating on the adaptability of Welsh Diary, 6.15 p.m. Variety Road

Cc

I
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a great liking for mountain climb-

t
8

of “the temporate regions”.

f
t

Show, 6.45 p.m. Sports Round-Up &
Programme Parade, 7.00 p.m. The News
7.10 p.m. Home News From Britain

715 — 10.30 p.m... . 71M 31 33M

olour photography to soil science
n addition to his work and
»hotography, he plays a great
leal of rugby and

Bby and “has developed 7.15 p.m. We See Britain, 7.45 p.m
Come, Lasses & Lads, 8.15 p.m. Rafio
Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Haydn, 8.45 p.m
fpelial Despatch, 9.00 p.m. Gilbert &
Sullivan, 10.00 p.m, The News, 10.10 p.m.
p.m. From the Editorials, 10.15 p.m. A
Day in The Life of the Lord Mayor of
Tortrait of a Man

ng.

In his present post, he is con-
inuing to carry out research on
he development and evolution of
oil with special reference to soils
His
uture plans? “Fitz” says, “I plan
o remain in Scotland as long as

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ARIES Your problem is mostly how you plan
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Conduct important things ‘irst and well.

Me ics comm

May saci in spots for othem than +
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know you can handle properly. Private
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1952 : BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE
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Committees Section jaa KILLED IN TF na GERMAN TRAIN wreck Asian Defence
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THE House of Assembly meet today at 3 p.m. to con-
tinue consideration of the local Government Bil] which i
being considered in Committee. During a seven-hour de-
bate on the Bill on Tuesday, 41 Clauses were passed with

relief. Gentle, soothing Dolsa
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- ‘ - izing the excess acid so often the
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amendments, and three others postponed. \ bas h vn : ae . in y cause of the trouble. Dolsa is
The Clauses already considered deal with the division M vy, that Australia + New ener ee ee to be taken in water so that its
of the island into three areas for the purpose of loca] Gov- rand would take “ ! a e eee eee. en Be soothing solution more quickly
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and Elections, and offences relating to failure to carry out early tk ont They pointec
certain provisions. vould be the first tim ARRIVALS
x 3 that Austral nd New vealand S.8, Arneta, 4,946 tons, from Martinique oO Sa
_ Today, the Committee will begin after serving their term of office ! y wth the Unlited tam VG Matt Agents
consideration of Part IV of the to retire together in every tnird Britain and France in talks >acoste & Co Ltd a
Bill whick dnl with Committees year on January 16 instead of on South East Asian defence. DEPARTURES RESTORES DIGESTION
and Joint ommitte¢s, April 1} The « Isc consiaered a “
During consideration of the Bill _ that these talks would be of great- poh swing. fy Smadar apche dingeripate
on Tuesday, the Select Committee An idditional amendment to o erest ar mportance to the ’ pe pos bie; meng meagre
ubmitted an amendment to sub- the Clause numbered 21 A. said efence Australia and New ‘ circular muscle, the pylorus, refuses to
use 4 of Clause 16 which deals that the Alderman and .Councit- r nt cent talks of : expand and pass on over-acid food to
vith the appointment. of the lors of the City and District Alder- he AN 1S Military Committee in 1 t the next stage of digestion. Dolsa
airman of the District Council, â„¢em and District Councillors sha!) Siameash Row der ia s Well-Dalaaced
suggesting that the Council may be entitled to be paid the sum of gi viewpoint > di hererantion denoharen
to the chairman such remun- t?n collars for each meeting of S \ titutes the ' Made up in correctly bafanced doses
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The original sub-clause as set Committce thereof which th é Né ‘aland whereas the First 1cla 5 | without over alkalization of the gastric
out in the Bill was that the Dis- attended, but no such Aldermsz ANZUS strategiy area could be ' juices essential to normal digestion.
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Chairman the reasonable travel- greater sum than forty dollars in efence A earance Te eee
ling and other expenses inciden- respect of such meetings attended ee
tal to his office. in any one calendar year. : P a. ,
Dr. H, G. Cummins (L) said ' Touch With Barbados UNITED NATIONS, roca eer
Mr. G. H. Adams (L) wanted

to know why the Select Commit-
tee had put the sub clause in
that comprehensive way. Al-
though he was not opposing it he
felt that it should have remained
oe set out in the original

ill.

Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) moved that
the clause be postponed in order
that the Chairman’s remuneration
could be defined,

Mr. C. E. Talma (L) said that

that he would accept the amend-
ments to sub-clauses 2, 3 and 4 - os ‘ a ahkow rescue ere 8 sce! P wrec
but not the amendment’ dealing RAILROAD REPRESENTATIVES, police aud others 4 shown at scue operations on scene of wreck of

with clause 21 A. which had just the Lubeck-Hamburg express, which jumped the rails on outskirts of Hamburg, Germany, killing nine per at

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felt that section 140 made pro- s SO. Aca Hea 8 me
vision for expenses incurred in Mr. Adams said it was not ; 6 9 _ - naar Rio Jachal S Del Mundo
travelling by Councillors. The matter of a man being judge in xX ress arns alns hi Ee pel ES
members of the Vestry were not his own case, and explained that ni $8 Colllo, SS. ‘chiean dheabetis ss
paid, but the members of the the appointment of the returning Monte Ayala, SS Gerona $8 Fel

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House were, They happened to officer rested with the District tore, SS Alpha, ‘5S Loide Cuba, 8.8
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Secretary General Trygve Lie Li
rg : ; ; . dor Tradier, S Nazareno, S Same- unnounced that the Russian’s y #e
it bia agreed in Select Commit- for legislation whereas the Council meeting. -n " ss Aiwaki O85. ‘erntl Berter oredentiabe were tadeauate.
Cousin aan chairman of — was more or less an administrative The Clause was subsequently (Prom Our Own Correspondent) even months of this year Cuba : ‘a Mare. 38 5 giulien, 8 S. Zorin’s first intervention was a rewett
and that was whoa” a 58 oy body, hence i bodies were passed, and the two succeeding LONDON, Oct, | has reduced her purchases of Br ss Cupe Hom 8.8" Mar: brief statement that Russia would] ?| bee '
pi aarees os y a principle not at all on all fours. Clauses passed without debate. Cuban ‘sugar delegations at- jch goods by £900,000 compared ore, § 8 Theodox us ss Utien, have comments and amendments |} Dodie |
s . 5 ‘ mbpts se - , Sa oe . ariac . sar’, SS. Katia udsen, SS Taranak . . % — ; . r
He said that at the present Large Districts The House accepted without Sa oan Se ae eee rae or eee. ad last year", scuvann $8. Tenagodus BS Mer 08 the feport of the ap -1}T. 8. GARRAWAY & CO,, Bridgetown
: Bs aten SURE ave te areely ¢ “rwarn le E PSS. han =" ee
Christ Church soouiead’ “etnias? He said that the districts as set ow eer eed a eet ed by the empire-supporting Daily Pye
of $100.00 and the post would be OUt in the schedule were some- must three mionths immediately EXP*¢Ss- Editorially tonight the
that of Chairman of the District what large and he thought that prior to an- election, be ordin- Express urges the President of the ==
"it was right that any expenses arily resident in the local gov- 20#rd of Trade Peter Thorneycroft
Travel incurred in travelling by a coun- erninent electoral area, and the “? °M{er into no undertaking of
cillor or by a member of a sub- next four clauses were agreed ©!) Kind which will provide Cuba 7 eal etait eae
Mr. O. T, Allder (1) agreed Committee should be paid by the to without discussion. y further Zootheids tn, Mae ey :
with the view expressed by the Council. ee, es ; e
honourable member for St,_ Mr. J. C, Mottley (C) said that’ The (ummittee postponed con- , “Protect, sustain and develop y
Thomas re postponement of the looking over Clause 21, sub- sideration of Clause 31 which “mpire producers, Make for- I ren row u
Clause. He said that the Chair- Clause 2 of the original Bill, he deals with the disqualifications eigners come last” it advises him
man of the Work Council might found that the southern district for office, and Clause 32 was Referring to Dr. Arturo Manas,
have to do some travelling when Was entitled to five councillors passed with an amendment that spok-sman of the Cuban delega-

they got the parishes amalga-
mated, The Chairman might be
expected to do a lot of travelling
and he did not see why they
could not be more generous. He
might even have to do more
travelling than the Mayor of the
Corporation,

Dr. H. G . Cummins (L) 5s supposed to have far reaching out debate, and the Commit- ments with your Empire producer on
that clause 140 made anal influence on the functions of the tee accepted, also without de- We can convince Lord Beaver- Be wise
for travelling expenses for every- local government in the island, bate, an amendment reducit brook too.”
one . i enn said wet pay anoene a from six to three consecutive
' ; 4 sit there glibly and without due the the riod during which How?
Mr. O. T. Allder (I) said that “* “ere | ; months the period uring ow? y
he hoped no discrimination would SOOS!4e ation make changes just Councillor may fail to attend ‘The Express editorial asked eee bu

take place between the Chairman
of the Work Council and the
Mayor,

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) pointed
out that a Mayor in charge of
an area with a population of half
a million people only got £500

rov “dd tuba. wit suaranteed cm
a year. He also told the House they should not pass the clauses Council within two months be- P)O\ sc pee T oeea See Oe
that it was the Central Govern- lightly. Di sankl fore the first aay of Janunaey ih. Guban cigars? The people of the 4 fi
ment who would have to come Ss y any year in which an ordinar) British West Indies remember this Vi " vid ll : r
to. Wha rescue or eee fe i ’ ited aig electon as-is be helt, ich oon yyotoce a esnval of Beitain’s irol provides all the essen- y
ee € e local Gov Mr. C. E, Talma expressed dis vacancy shall be filled at. tne 2y)\ itant bet ) ritain

Mr. V. B. Vaughan (i) said that
the functions of the Mayor of





as yould in any “ : ‘ , J ‘ aa .
Kingston were nothing to com- 98: and warned that to insist = heen ay aN Taek re _ “For by the Pact the struggling BECAUSE... Wisdom toothbrushes have a correctly shaped concentrated health food that
par ? with th present. Church- °% the non-payment of Counecil- th, 16th Sah of January “in that Tamaican cigar industry was given handle. They're made to help you get into every crevice, even helps build strong bones,
; Hin of Bridy , ny 10x%S would result in the retention | > ¥ ithst: YY . otice of its. doom and sugar plant the hardest to reach. More dentists favour the Wisdom shape : dy limbs
getown, If they ~s year then, notwithstanding. any that | tay: Heed : . | 5. -itetiags shed good teeth and sturdy limbs.

envisaged the same functions for of power by those who are now other provision of the Act the were warncc at US) than that of any other toothbrush! Pure Bristle ylon Adult , e
the Mayor and Corporation, there #" power in the vestries. term of office of the person s ot bother Wy Gon d ye Orod Nylon Junior —_ and Nylon Baby Chaldren love the flavour of
t t a 3 , a " 2 a duction.”, The Expres s u
was no comparison with regard _Mr. Mapp was opposed to the Alected to fill such vacancy shall (Uction”. Express ad that BRU Virol and because they al-
to salaries idea of payiitg Councillors for 6 gor 3 years Britain ‘signed the Pact -hecause THE CORRECT-SHAPE [TOOTHBRUSH C ae

He said that the Poor Law attending meetings, and said that ““Gjause "88 and 39 were passed Cuban charms convinced Shaw~ ways take it willingly they
Administration in Jamaica was ™embers should be willing to 244 Clause 40 amended to pro- cross then ‘President of the Board MADE BY ADDIS LTD., OF HERTFORD

the function of the Government
of that colony and was not the
responsibility of the Corporation.

. ‘ ; war - qOtGr: en.
Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said that , Dr. Cummins pointed out that (aij, io conduct ‘an election. lollar market. is nll Sev ony eh

in considering the fact that they #™ a8 much as money was involved, And ‘Sit Hartley cll for it a

had not yet decided on the it was a matter for the Govern- Clause 41 Amended He said that the Cuban. conce sik

salary for the chairman there ™ent to bring the matter before was of ‘greatest significance to U.K

was no harm in postponing the the House. Clause 41 was amended to in- export end called it ‘an oppor

clause.

Disa dians of the taxpayers purse manner as defacing or destroy- has tl glittering golden oppor-

greed strings, and stressed that it was ing such a paper, and further to tunity trned out? In the first
Mr. G. H. Adams (L) said that @ Matter to be decided by the jnerease the fine for such «an
he could not agree with the House. offence from $100 to $500 wi'h

motion by the honourable mem-
ber for St. Thomas for postpone-
ment of the Clause. He did not
know whether the honourable
member was in favour of paying
the particular officer more than
$200 a month or whether he
would suggest less money,



In their five year development itself. makes it an offence to imperson- Ait Comm as verge)
plan, it was useless to ask the The motion for the inclusion ate some other person either for Moneir 5 a 7 H eS ‘Vice ‘ie.
Government to spend more money of an additional sub-section to the purpose of applying for a “*0"! ee t Tot sity fren
than it could afford. provide for the payment of Coun- ballot paper, or having voted eens aN npr OB

Referring to the remarks by cillors for attending meetings, was apply for a second ballot paper “Cir pos aan e “Wedn eds ‘
the junior member for St. John put and resolved in a tie, and the was amended to: dnerease the inet meeting early on ee f - nai
Mr. Adams said that the informa- Chairman voted against the sug- term of imprisonment for such Also pe ar ain ; ps
tion before him was in direct gestion. an offence from six months to Cairo Pol e Commandant pa
opposition to that of the member The Clause was then passed witn one year. Ahmed Tallat Premier J aud
for St. John with regard to Poor the other amendments. Clause 44 wa passed without wa appoints Commander of
Relief. He also mentioned that .Clause 22 was passed without amendment, and at this stage, Reserve Forces
in England, the local Government debate. and in Clause 23, Mr. the Chairman of Committees re- The Cabinet decided to postpone
looked after the Police, the Vestry Barrow expressed disagreement ported progress, and asked leave the approval of the general am-
here did not. In Jamaica, the with the provision whereby at {for the Committee to sit again. nesty la but approved an air

MMayor of Kingston had to look
after the same services as the
Churchwarden for St. Michael.

Mr. V. B, Vaughan (I) said that
when he spoke of the Adminis-
tration of Poor Law, he meant not
only the distribution of. pensions
but the administration of Cottage
hospitals commonly known here
as almshouses.,

He said that ‘there was no
supervision of curative services.

The clause was eventually
passed

Clause 18 was passed with a
miror amendment.

Clause 19 was passed without
liscussion.

Clause 20 was passed with an
amendment

Clause 21 was then considered.

The amendments in this clause
provided for three District
Councillers in the Northern
District for each parish, but sue-
gested that instead of five Dis-



and he would like to know what R person elected to the office of tion the Express says he sits in
had caused the change to four. Mayor or Chairman of a Council room 505 of the plush Claridges
- or Alderman or Councilor should Hotel in the heart of Mayfair and
He felt that if it was necessary make a declaration of acceptance uses “soft soap to sell sugar’.

for each of the parishes to have of office within 7 days instead of It was Dr, Manas who said “We
ten vestrymen to look after the 14 as was proposed in the original can convince your government
affairs of the parish, and the pjj) that increased imports of Cuban
changes they were making were Clause 33 was agreed to with- sugar would not damage gree







because they wanted a change meetings without having te
because the future destiny of local yacate his office.
government in the island was Clauses 35 and 36 were agreed

: a] 1 way’ as last year when Cubans . seep.
dependent upon the fundamental to, and a proviso added to clause convinced credulous Sir Hartle
changes which they were making. 37 that if notice of a casual Shawcross to sign the infamou 1SaGOM
Although he agreed with the ; : é

how he proposes to do the con-
vincing “Is it to be in ‘the same

vacancy in the office of a Coun- Gypan Black Pact whereby Brita
principle of the Bill he felt that ojllor is given to the Clerk of th Cuban Black Pact whereby Britain





itions to the loyal folk who
ad sustained Britain in two
World Wars:

may at the idea of paying the
members of the Civil Service Com-
mission and not paying Council-

ordinary election of Councillor:
and if the person whose plac



of Trade that the Paci would re-
duce trade bawritrs against British
good ind ppen a wonderful new I We ne Br eR

give up some of their time in vide for a» six-months’ term of
the interest of the welfare of the imprisonment, altétnative ‘to’ a

people, $500 fine where a returning officer



Mr. Talma questioned whether clude the concealing of nomina- tunity of substantially increasing
the House was not still the cusio- tion: papers an. offence in _ like our dollar earning exports How

Mr. Adams said that experience the alternative of six miont)

.
had shown that in most cases, imprisonment 3 More Egyplian

even in the United States, Central Clause 42 was also amended ag Gc I
Government had at some time or to include the concealing of ballot ffi 2

other to go to the assistance of papers as-an offence with similar CG icials Kesignec
the local authorities, and there~ punishment as provided for in the CAIRO: Oct
fore government had to consider case of concealment of nomination hal lei Cabinet fecired
to what extent it could commit papers, while Clause 43 which nes ee eet oe









vith Pakistan and the



elections subsequent to the initial It was 12.45 in the morning, agreemen

election, an Alderman of the Dis- and the House adjourned until decision by the Communications
trict Council should be appointed today at 3 o’clock in the after- Ministry’s Purge ¢ ommittee to
to be a returning officer. noon, dismiss six ‘engineers.—U.P.





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October 2, 1952

BURNT BOAT

AT four o’clock last Saturday morning
an elderly fisherman of Crab Hill St. Lucy
was aroused by early pot-fishermen and
told that his only fishing boat had been
burnt to ashes while he slept.

This sad event in the life of the fishing
community of Crab Hill deserves especial
attention for many reasons.

Firstly the burning of a fishing boat
brings Crab Hill fishing beach into prom-
inence and poses the question whether this
beach is a fit berth for fishing boats dur-
ing the hurricane season.

Secondly the burning of a fishing boat
which is not insured is a reminder of the
need for government to pass legislation
which will make the insurance of all fish-
ing boats compulsory.

And thirdly the question of the fisher-
man’s livelihood ‘is all important to the
fisherman and his dependents.

How can a man advanced in years and
dependent on his fishing boat for a liveli-
hood afford the loss of a boat which would
cost at least one thousand dollars to re-
build?

Other thoughts will be aroused by the
burning of the fishing boat. The question
will certainly be asked how does a fishing
boat catch fire? The police no doubt have
been giving this question urgent attention
and in a’sparsely populated district like
Crab Hill the answer to the question ought
to be obtainable in a comparatively short
time.

The public will await with interest to
hear what results the police have achiev-
ed with their investigation into the mys-
tery of the burnt boat. But meanwhile
what of the points raised above?

Is Crab Hill a suitable beach on which
to shelter fishing boats during the hur-
ricane season? Would a fishing boat have
been more resistant to fire in a more ac-
cessible place? It seems so. But apart
from the risk of fire the Crab Hill beach is
insufficiently protected from very rough
seas and danger from these is always
greater in the hurricane season. The Crab
Hill Beach ought to be placed out of bounds
at least for fishermen who want to avail
themselves of loans from the fisheries
office and alterna beaching accommo-
dation Bow offered at some more shel-
tered beach such as Reids Bay,

Thes eof compulsory insurance
owners is causing hardship
nity, Last year the govern-
s provided $35,000 as free
‘the rebuilding of fishing
boats destroyed by high tides. To-day not
more than half of the island’s fishing fleet

is insured. Another catastrophe would
mean either additional doles for fishermen

or the loss of livelihood to hundreds of
persons. The fishing industry of Barbados
is estimated to employ some 2,000 fisher-
men. The Government of Barbajlos in-
directly subsidises the industry by a pol-
icy of loans to fishermen and by the under-
taking of major salvaging of the industry
as was necessary after last year’s great
disaster. The fishing. community must
therefore be educated to regard insurance
as a duty which they owe to the commun-
ity to prevent them from being a burden
to others and to safeguard their own live-
lihood,

To risk the equivalent loss of one thous-
and dollars for the sake of saving a few
months or even a year’s insurance premi-
um is bad housekeeping but to prevent
such risks being taken the government
must make insurance compulsory through-
out the fishing industry. No other measure
will prevent the recurring losses which
fishermen sustain.

But while there must be a new policy
for the future, the present disaster which
has come upon a worthy fisherman of Crab
Hill cannot be overlaolgd by a community
which owes so much of its food to an ad-
venturous band of men who risk the perils
of the deep. The burning of a fisherman’s
boat is a reproach to the island of Barba-
dos: such anti-social conduct deserves
the heaviest penalty the law can provide.
But the fisherman who has sustained the
loss needs urgent assistance.

Those who can help ought to regard his
case as especially deserving and the ves-
try of St. Lucy will doubtless be only too
eager to arrange for the collection of dona-
tions,











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|

| SOME three or four weeks ago
| the writer of a letter to ‘Our Read-
ers Say’ column in the Advosate
|suggested that what we require
in Barbados is a Christian politi-
|cal party, emphasising the term as
jis often done by speakers when
j compmmensting on the C in the ini-
tials of the great organisation for
young men, the Y.M.C.A.

I did not think much about the
|plea at the time, looking upon it
as an idealistic wish without much
| practical meaning or value, but
recently I have come to regard
{it as the presentation of % real
|need, and possibly a ‘Substantial
step forward in various ways in
local affairs, and I should like to
|submit these recent musings to
the thoughtful folk in the com-
| munity.



















































Pious Opposition

Many good Christian people,
and some of the most devout and
conscientious hold that Religion
hould not get mixed up with Poli-
ics. They regard the handling
of human affairs thus named des-
nite its absorbing interest to many
ind its far reaching influences and
ffects, as unduly materialistic
ind opposed to the spiritual con-
ception of human nature, to
Yivine Sovereignty and to the
‘ternal Kingdom of the Infinite
“uture, and they are so disposed,
wobably, by the St. Paul’s in-
tructions of the Christian con-
verts in Corinth: “Come ye out
from among
separate, saith the Lord, and I will
ve a Father unto you,” and few
:indred scriptures,

But that was a very different
ituation. There was a small com-
sany of young converts surround-
‘d by a dominant heathenism
with its low ethical ideas and im-
cure ways of life and its power-
ul customs and influences and é
clear cut separation was indis-
pensable to the maintenance of

ter and conduct.

And for my part, I say that if
Religion is concerned
che individual to “save his soul’,
o be clean
how much more should it be in-

ind conditions which are calcu-
lated to help people as a whole to
live a life of that kind and qual-

ity!
A Definition

1 will quote part

-yclopaedia (Chambers:
mly, I think, in English at least
to the Britannica.)

“Politics (Greek, ‘polis’ — City
r state) is that branch of Ethics
which has for its object the proper
10de of governing a state, so as
o secure its prosperity, peace,

ARE we in for a new wave of
‘wonder workers” like that which
followed the first war? I hope

upreme champion

e ignored. In Germany there
; a novelist who has won a vast
ylowing—but not as a novelist.
He persuades people to eat—un-
oiled, mind you — hen’s eggs
hich have been fertile for nine
ays. Cures are reported for al-
1ost everything from coughs to
orns,

In Persia there is that
stimable old miracle man Dr.
lossadeg. And now, on a trip to
yprus, I have run into Polybios
tyriakides the oil diviner.

I was roaming around Cyprus
t the time trying to see how
e are getting on with the job
¢ fixing up that island as a
iediterranean super base.

For the last couple of years
1e planners have kept whisper-
ig that Cyprus is of vital
rategic importance; that it is
1e alternative to Fayid, Ismailia,
nd the rest if we have to get
ut from the Suez Canal; that
yprus has been designated as
1e H.Q. for the new Middle East
ommand,.

Nothing...
WELL, I found that nothing
,ad been done at all, No new

cadar stations have been put in,
1o attempt has been made to

odernise the hopelessly inade-
juate harbours. Not a hand has
een lifted to put the neglected
irfields into shape or build new
ones,

There was no change—except
or 47-year-old Polybios, _ And
what an “except” he is, For I
found Polybios not only divining
oil but drilling for it as well.

Yes, sir, a 210ft. American oil
‘errick has been set up on a rather
erelict-looking strip of land
1ard by the Mediterranean shore
ine miles from ancient Limassol.

When I came upon him Poly-
ios was just having another 60ft
f boring shaft added to his long
irill, The drill had already cut
down through rock, salt water,
ind edlay to a depth of 3,200ft,
sn search of the oil. f

Since then he has got down to

Anonymous Letter

The Provost Marshall,
Public Buildings,
Bridgetown.
lith. September, 1952.
lo The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—We the undersigned,
uroers who served at the last sit-
ing of the Court of Grand Sess-
ions; from Monday 7th July to
saturday September 6th 1952,
eg through this letter to inform
His*Lordship the Chief Justice
that we refute any knowledge
whatsoever concerning the anony-
mous letter sent to the Colonial
Secretary dated 25 — 7 — 52, in
which the writer stated that he
was advised by his other asso-
ciates as jurymen to write for the
yenefit of the public
We furthermore beg to associ-
ite ourselves with HIS LORD-
SHIP’S remarks concerning the
views expressed,
Sir, if the views expressed in
e letter mentioned were the
views of the juror, or group cf
juror they certainly were not
the views of all the jurors who

serve at the last sitting of th

th

them and be ye

he Christian beliefs and charac-

in getting
and true and kind,

ierested in arrangements and rules

of what I
onsider an excellent difinition of
the familiar word—from my En-
second

rot. For that wave swept in the
of them all,
derr Ado Hitler, and presented

is with the “wonders” of the
third Reich and the second
vorld war,

There are portents and symp-

oms, however, which must not



ur Readers ! Say:

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

by Kev. F. GODSON

and safety and to attain as per-
‘ectly as possible the ends of a
Civil Society.

Among the subjects which poli-
tical science (activity) embraces
are... . . . the protection of
the rights and liberties of the citi-
zens and the preservation of their
morals ....:--:

Surely there is nothing in that
description hostile to Godliness
and the supremacy of the spiritual!
conception of human nature, but
rather something to encourage
citizens to take their place and
share in political activities.

The Christian Meanings

Now, it should be clearly recog-
nised that when we think of relig-
ion in relation to . Politics we
mean not Creeds or Churechgoing
but, as thé definition just quoted
expresses it, “a breach of Ethics”
and “the preservation of the citi-
zens.” In other words, that we
order our lives as citizens and
shape our national activities in
harmony with Christian principles
and laws—especially the second
great commandment: “Thou shalt
love thy neighbour” and even “as
thyself” and the familiar clear cut
rule: “Whatsoever ye would that
men should do to you, do ye even
so unto them.” :

Therefore, the call for a Chris-
tian Political Party in Barbados
means not that we shall be Angli-
cans or Free Churchmen or Mis-
sioners or Theologians, but, as 1
have said above, that we shall
obey those Christian laws and
rules and incorporate them in our
institutions. .

Do existing political parties
have that aim and attain that ad-
mirable essential goal?

Circumspice
Let us look around and see
what we find. Look at the great
crowd of poor, hungry, suffering,

ill-housed people in .our little
community, old and broken in
health, or unemployed, or (on

the other side) lazy and dishon-
est, but anything not provided for
in harmony with human justice
and need. Have we really done,
or are we doing, all we can for
these? Do we put them in the
forefront of our political activi-
ties and insist that they shall be
properly provided for, or handled?

At the time of the election of
ihe New House of Assembly last
year, Candidates outlined forms
of progress, including better help
for the poor and suffering, those
unable adequately to help them-
selves—indeed, the different Par-
ties issued elaborate ““Manifestos”’,
to make known what they consid-
ered wanted doing another they

Oil
@ Thousands
divine it

@ And all
away...

By Sefton Delmer

3,800 ft. my latest news
Cyprus tells me.

Polybios “feels” the oil is under
the ground here—at a depth he
says of approximately 4,500 ft.
—just as he successfully “felt”
the presence of water at other
places on the island.

‘Vibrations’

TWO oil experts from the Iraq
Petroleum Company, after a
£150,000 oil survey of the island,
told thim that they would tear
up their diplomas if he ever
strikes oil here, But that does not
worry Polybios.

Nor does it worry his Cypriot
backers, who have put up £80,000
to finance the drilling. For Poly-
bios has struck water on the
island in spots where all the ex-
perts of the British Colonial gov-
ernor had declared no water
could be found. All Cyprus is
confident that Polybios will
triumph over the experts again.
“The oil in the ground sends up
electronic vibrations,” Polybios,
haggard, swarthy faced and with
the burning eyes of the fanatic,
assured me.

“IT react to those vibrations, I
am sensitive to them just as I
am sensitive to similar emana-
tions sent up by water.”

“How do you know you are re-
acting to oil and not to water?”
I asked him.

“There is

believe he
the time he bores

can

from

a difference in the
feel. I have been to oilfields at
Ploesti in Rumania. I tested it
out. IT had exactly the same feel-
ing there as I have here.”

His backers tested him out
themselves in Cyprus, They made
him walk over fields in which
they had buried tins of petrol
under the ground.

When Polybios divined
one after the other they
completely satisfied.

His Gadgets

OIL and drilling for oil was a
completely unknown science to
Polybios when he and his backers
started on this venture—just as
the German novelist who has

them
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Court of Grand Sessions,

We forward this letter with
the hope that it will clear the
matter to the satisfaction of the
public in general who may be
inclined to believe that such were
the views of all the jurors who
served at the last sessions.

We beg to remain.

Most faithful'y yours,

HORACE VERNON WILES,

KENNETH FORDE,

COLIN McI. JONES,

EDGAR SMALL,

EUCLID ALONZA THOMP-
SON,

CECIL JOHN HUTCHINSON,

EVAN HENRY HUTCHIN-
SON,
GEORGE MARTIN YEAR-
WOOD,

ARCHIE KING,
COURTENY JONES,
OLIVER WILKINSON and
WALTER BECKLES.

Loyalty And Courtesy





To. The Editor, The Advocate.
SIR,—In the Advocate News-
paper of the 26th inst. I notice
2 letter signed “Birnam Wood”
drawing attention to party of
visitors discu much



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those benevolent and desirable |
programmes been carried out? We |
are moving, but all too slowly |
and insufficiently.
Doubling The Pay For |
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this connection
reasonably pass over this very
surprising and regrettable pro-
posal, although, I feel very un-
willing to bring it into my thesis.
It is .difficult to believe that
with all the surrounding social
distress and suffering which |!
have just briefly sumfmarised, not
to speak of the many agricul-
tural, industrial and economic
problems and plans which
urgently call for action that it
has been proposed to increase,

I cannot in



and even to double the pay of
the members of the
for the part time though highly
important service they render,
which in most cases does not
seriously interfere with their
private business or income.

And as for the reason offered,
comparison and keeping step
with Trinidad and Jamaica—that
has been fittingly labelled. And
“Poor Man” in his letter on the
subject might well have pointed
out that Trinidad has 2 and a
half times the population of this
little island with big oil and
asphalt business and Jamaica 6
times as many people with great
banana and coconut plantations
ete.—both of them in addition to
Sugar.

Now human nature is naturally
self regarding—I will not use the
werd “selfish” and to a considera-
ble extent that is a healthy condi-
tion. If I work hard and earn a
good income and pay my way
honestly, I bencfit the community,
and can help those who are dis
abled and helpless, But christi-
anity holds that feature strictly
in check and shuts down heavily
on pure selfishness.

The Gospel (?) of Strife

And Hatred

There is one other
Rule: “Love: your enemies
pray for them,-and turn
into friends.”

What an incongruous
tion of ideas—Gospel and Hatred!
Gospel means “Good News” and



Golden
and |
them

belongs to the Incarnation of the

Blessed Lord Christ, and Redemp-
tion by His great Sacrifice. But
yet the messasfe of

jealousy and hatred is what some

of us are preaching, Let us leave
it right away and

ee

Wanted: A Christian
Political Party

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proclaim |

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Helpfulness.

Meet A Fanatic Wh





launched the egg-swailowing cult
has no academic knowledge of
medicine,

But Polybios is an engineer by
profession and a good one. For
he sueceeded in learning enough
out of handbooks to teach him-
self and his small staff of three
mechanics all. they needed to
mr about the job of drilling for
oil.

He converted engines
three British Valentine tanks he
bought from a scrap heap to drive
his winches and drills. He has
himself designed and forged
whole series of gadgets needed in
the drilling.

Ingenuity

shown fascinating in-
genuity in overcoming various
difficulties, among them the op-
position of the sceptical British
authorities to letting him have
any dollars for imported ma-
chinery. Oil experts who have
seen him at work with his derrick
and borers say that the technical
business of drilling is being car-
ried out as perfectly as it could
be by any oil technicians of long
standing,

Polybios lives with the drill
night and day. He has been at it
since the derrick was first put
up last autumn. His young wife
was sitting on an _ upturned
barrel darning his socks and
gloomily, watching him when I
found them.

“TI wish he would come home
just once in a while,” she said.
“But he won't leave it. So I have
to come out here,”

Is it a sign of the times, this
faith that the Cypriots have in
the oil man? Is there a wave of
credulity which follows in the
wake of wars?

The Persian mobs last year
were convinced that their good
Doctor would usher in an era of
wealth and ease for them,

So were the Germans con-
vinced that Hitler would con-
quer the world, and make them
a rich, slave-owning herrenvolk.

Difference

THERE is one difference,
though, between wonder-man
Polybios and these others. 1
should like to see him succeed.

And I wish our own authori-
ties in the Middle East had some
of the drive and fanaticism that
have made him raise this derrick,
even if he never strikes oil.
—L.E.S.

He has





vaunted attachment of Barbados
to the Crown of which they had
heard and read so much. They

seemed to be puzzled over this, as|

from their personal observation
no more than 20% of the gather-
ing paid any’ attention to the
playing of the National Anthem.”

I well remember some years
ago, the then Governor, Sir Grat-
tan Bushe, observed the dis-
courtesy of the majority of Bar-
badians, by not standing (men
with bared heads), when the
National Anthem was_ being
played. His Excellency asked Mr.
John Beckles to try and do some-
thing about. it by calling public at-
tention .to the discourtesy. Mr.
Beckles took the matter up, con-
vened public meétings at Queen's
Park, the Empire Theatre
elsewhere, had posters distributed
throughout all the parishes, and
asked school-teachers for their
co-operation,

A noticeable improvement took
place as a
and I would suggest that a similar
campaign be revived so that the
public may exhibit a little more

durir the playing of
the National Anthen

Yours



uly,

LOYAL CITIZEN.

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NEW YORK.

SUPERMEN are wanted by the U.S. Navy
to do a “super job.”

It is to man the new atom-powered sub-
marine Nautilus.

Fifteen hundred of the navy’s best sub-
marine officers are being screened by Com-
mander David Bell for a handful of “good:
rugged types” to take charge’of the Nautilus.

The crew must be willing to stay at sea
and under water indefinitely, he said.

The Nautilus, with secret range, speed, and
armament, is being built at a hush-hush ship-
yard in New England. She is: expected to be
ready in 1954.

BUSINESS MEN and farmers are watching
the British Commonwealth trade meeting in
London with anxious eyes. They, too, are
beset by shrinking markets abroad. And
just when industrial capacity has expanded
and crop surpluses are piling up again.

* *

EUGENE GIANNI was a dope peddler,
but also a secret informer to the U.S. anti-
drug squads. Last year, in Rome, he told
the U.S. agents that he was afrajd of Charles
(Lucky) Luciano, who lives in Italy and is
suspected of heading an internatonal syndi-
cade with an important stake in drugs.

Gianni asked the agents not even to tell
his own wife that he was a “squealer.” He
feared Luciano would set assassins on his
trail. But he got out of Italy safely and
back to the supposed safety of New York.

At dawn Gianni was found in an East
Harlem gutter between two dustbins.. He
was dead—murdered by a gunman.

* * *

A NEW cigarette holder puts out the
cigarette when the smoker’s finger relaxes on
a spring as he falls asleep... . Just patented,
a combined comb and vacuum cleaner for the
hair.... Also new, an umbrella attached
to a chest and shoulder harness. No hands
need when raised. ‘

THE Taylor team—so valiant and romantic
in “Ivanhoe” — will be brought together in
Jamaica next January to do another colour
film: “All the Brothers were Valiant.” ,

The team is Elizabeth Taylor and Robert
Taylor. Co-starring as Robert Taylor’s
brother will be Stewart Granger.

HEADS of New York City administration
departments are not accepting telephone calls
from the president of the ‘eity council,
Rudolph Halley. Mayor Vincent Impellitteri
gave the order, He is a Democrat, and Halley
is a Liberal—the only one on the Council.
And Halley, who was an investigator for
the Senate’s crime committee, has been mak-
ing persistent inquiries on the operations of
the departments and the way they spend
their funds.

THE DODGERS, Brooklyn’s baseball team,
have all but won the National League
Championship. All they need now is to win
one of their six remaining games. Or, for
the New York Giants to lose one of their six.

MOST interesting dinner party in New
York was given by Mrs. Harry Guggenheim.
She is better known as Alicia Patterson, pro-
prietor of Newsday, an immensely successful
Long Island newspaper.

Newsday is proud of being the first news-
paper to come out for General Eisenhower
as President—back in 1945. Guest of honour
was Eisenhower’s rival—Adlai Stevenson,

HOLLYWOOD has a new holy man —
bearded Lakshmanasandra Rao. He has ac-
quired some famous disciples for yoga
exercises in breathing, diet, posture, and
prayer. Among those who seek peace of
mind with him are tobacco heiress Doris
Duke and film star Marilyn Maxwell.

Yoga: a philosophy which teaches sup-
pression of worldly desires to attain unity
with God.

* *

TWO bank robbers and a detective were
killed in a gun battle in a seventh-flour flat
on the outskirts of Harlem.

The robbers — Joseph and Ballard Nolen,
brothers, from Woodbine, Kentucky—stabbed
their way out of Lewisburg Jail. With them
went a third prisoner, Elmer Schuer.

The three forced their way into a mansion
in Philadelphia, took turns to cover James
Hill and his family with guns, and ate and
rested their for 19 hours.

Then they drove off to New York in Hill’s
car, grabbed £4,500 from a bank and sub-
machine guns from a shop ahd went up to the
flat with three Negro girls.

THE LANDLORD thought it suspicious that
white men with the accents of the anti-Negro
South should be so friendly with Negroes in
Harlem.

He told the police and they broke into the
flat. That started the shooting. Ballard
Nolen went down. Joe pretended to sur-
render and then killed a detective. Fifty
police bullets put Joe down. Schuer was
captured.

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BAILIFF JAILED FOR STEALING £1.11. 9.

He Promised To Buy A
Gun But Did Not Retur

HIS WORSHIP Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Police Magistrate of
District “A” yesterday found 59-year-old bailiff Everton
Myles of Eagle Hall, St. Michael guilty of stealing £1. 11/9
from George Smith of Halls Road and sentenced him to
one month’s imprisonment with hard labour,

The offence was committed on —————
September 24. Sgt. Alleyne of the
Central Police Station conducted
the case for the Police.

Police Constable Emerson How-

Heavy Log

ard, keeper of the criminal D if :
records, said that the defendant angerous
had one previous conviction for e e
larceny on August 15, 1950 when T Sh

he was placed on a bond for a oO ipping
period of six months for stealing

copper. The Harbour Master’s office is

Smith told the court that on in receipt of the following cable:
September 24 he saw the defend- —FROM GAUDELOUPE. INTER-
ant who told him that he could CEPTED FORM S.S. Pinnacles:
get a revolver for him at a good TO ALL SHIPS AT 10.35 G.M Yr.
price. He believed the defendant IN LATITUDE 17.33 LONGI-
and handed him £1 11/9 and TUDE 65.06 PASSED HEAVY
waited. LOG FLOATING VERTICAL

The defendant never came back APPROXIMATELY 18 INCHES
and he reported the matter to the ABOVE WATER.
Police. The log is considered danger-
ous to shipping.

THREE SHIPS LEAVE :

ON PROBATION :

Amos Lowe a 46-year-old
labourer of Green Hill, St. Michael | Three vessels lett port yester-
was yesterday placed on probation Gay afternoon. They were the
for a period of 12 months by His M°tor vessels Athelbrook and
Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith who Lady Joy and the schooner Rain-
found him guilty of inflicting bow M. The Rainbow M. left for
bodily harm on Clyde Phillips on St Vincent with a cargo of lard,



June 30, margarine, biscuits, virol and
Phillips told the court that the ¢lectric equipment: The captain
defendant hit him with a stick on Of the Rainbow M. is Captain

the left foot and fractured it in a Gilbert Marks, and it is consigned
fight. to the cere Owners’ Associu-
tion, e Sc av.
_ Mr. E, K. Walcott who appeared sailed for de Youn a on
in the case on behalf of Lowe, ber 25th but was delayed thro h
submitted that the court should the drowning of its i Aa
view the evidence very carefully Hynford Paynter a Vin Senor =
and take into consideration that ‘The motor vessel leas 3
there was a fight and both men under Captain W Parechs lett
a! heated, port yesterday for St. Lucia. It
is client was provoked to a haq on board a cargo of :
considerable extent and Phillips ine, lard s0é ee
being the bigger it was not sur- cocoarnikek, ae rete sls
arate ce ROW Go AtEm SDAA tablets end cycle Seeritg the
with a stick. i MV . a. i
Tgaractay Lady Joy is also consigned to the
eT a Schooner Owners’ Association,
Police. The Athelbrook was another
departure for Trinidad after load-
ling a shipment of 106,000 imper-

Franklyn prosecuted
on behalf of the

REMANDED :



a i ial gallons of molasses. Agents
His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn, for the Athelbrook are Messrs.

Police Magistrate of District “A” Jason Jones & Co. Ltd., and is
yesterday remanded until today under the command of Captain
Lionel Croney (48) of Bush Hall, Cook,

St. Michael on two charges of y -
assaulting Police Constable 240 UNLOADING CARGO :

Wilson and making a disturbance

The wor adi e
of Probyn Street on October 1. cargo of “he scene “avasdane
Sgt. Alleyne attached to Cen- peg; 7 in
) , 2 egar esterday
tral Police Stationais prosecuting gan yesterday morning. The

cargo was made up of 800 bags of

charcoal, 75 tons of firewood and

one bicycle.
Mule-drawn

on behalf of the Police.
ADJOURNED :

carts were en-



The case in which Denzil 8aged in conveying the wood and
Harris a labourer of Peterkins charcoal to the various shop-
Land, St. Michael is charged by keepers. Their presence was
the Police with buggery was Severely felt by drivers of motor
adjourned. yesterday by His Vehicles “which were using the

Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith, Acting road.
Police Magistrate of District “A” FINNISH SHIP:
until October 8.

The charge stated that the
offence was committed on August

The Finnish steamship Arneta
arrived in port at 10.25 yesterday



26. Sgt. Alleyne is prosecuting aa wee att eo
for the Police while Mr. G. . ae \ aptain Pit « F
Niles is appearing for Harris. Mattson with general cargo for

the island. Agents for the Arneta
are Da Costa & Co. Ltd.

POST MORTEM:
T LOADING CONTINUES:



Dr. A. S. Cato performed a post
mortem examination on the body

Work on the loading of the

of Lisle Mayers (27) of Horse Motor vessel Student Prince II was
Hill, St. Joseph at the Genera] continued this morning. This
Hospital Mortuary yesterday Vessel is loading a quantity of
morning. molasses for St. John’s. — The

Lisle Mayers was admitted to ee % commend to W. S. Mon-
the General Hospital on Sunday Toe & Co., Lid.
September 28 suffering from head UNDERGOING REPAIRS ;
injuries after he fell from a truck rr
on Joes River Road about 9.30 a.m.
the same day. He died yesterday
morning. A date for an inquest
has not yet béen fixed.

INQUIRY TO-MORROW

Lighters in the inner Careenage
are still undergoing revairs, Crews
were at work yesterday repaint-
ing and refitting new planks to
their respective crafts. Work is
generally carrid out on rafts.

——_——.

Boat Burned

The inquiry into the circum-
stances surrounding the death of
19-year-old Lyle Warner of Mont-

rose, Christ Church will be re-
sumed at District “A” tomorrow _ A St. Lucy resident has in-
before His Worship Mr. G. B formed the “Advocate” that yes-

sriffith, Acting Police Coroner of terday
District “A”,

morning about 6.30 he
steod at Crab Hill, St. Lucy and

Warner was detained at the §@W a flying-fish boat burning.
General Hospital on Saturday He went and called the owner
September 27 about 9 p.m. after Mr. Griffith, who said that he had



he was inyolved in an accident on [eft the boat in godd order at

Gall Hill about 8.30 p.m. the same 7 p.m, on Tuesday,

day. He died the next day. The boat was destroyed, but
At the last hearing Dr. Cato "0M of the crowd who came to

who performed the post mortem oe the fire could find out

examination at the General Hos- the cause,

pital Mortuary on September 28

attributed death to fracture of the
skull and cerebral haemorrhage.

Workers: Prepare
Holiday Stalls

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Carpenters were very busy at
Mr, H. Irvin Bell of the Sani- Queen's Park yesterday prepar-
tary Department will be giving a ing for the labour day celebra-

lecture on “Preventing the Spread tion. '
of Disease” over the public ad- Work on the various stalls etc.
dress system of the Mobile Cine- started yesterday, so far a few
ma at Graeme Hall plantation stalls have been already erected.
yards tonight at 8 o'clock. Extra electric poles have been
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Jury Return Open Verdict ~*"â„¢

A CORONER'S jury yesterday her business, and that she had Cub Leaders
returned an open verdict in the caught the bus on her route te Pl Y e
an lears

inquiry touching the death of 83. return home.
Programme

year-old Edith Moseley who was The Police learnt further that
found drowned near St. Philip the woman reached St. Philip, and
Lighthouse on Sunday after she that some of her friends who saw
was missing from her home in her there tried without success io
Thyme Bottom, Christ Church persuade her to return home, She





since the previous Thursday is reported to have told them “I There was a good turn out of
morning, am not going back home.” \kel leaders of Cub Packs)
Moseley is reported to have On Sunday morning, her bod, Saturday afternoon at Erdis-
left her homie on Thursday last by was discovered in the sea near Model School to plan the
bus about 7.30 to come into the St. Philip Lighthouse, and \«®«: programme of Cubbing
Bridgetown to transact some bus- after it had been taken out, it “ith their Commissioner for
iness. She however failed to re- was removed to the mortuary at Wolf Cubs—Mrs_ Gerald Hudson
turn home in the afternoon, and St. Philip where a post mortem Also present were the Honorary
her son Arthur Moseley reported examination was performed by and Secretary, Mr. L. Harri-
the matter to the Police Station Dr. A. S. Tappin. n, the Reverend H st.c
at Seawell. The inquiry into the circum. 'u Who has kindly consented
The Police began immediat» stances surrounding the death |) © t as District Cub Master
investigation into the report, and was begun before the Coroner Mr, {0 () Midland Area, and Mi
learned that the old woman did A. W. Harper, and the jury re. '!. Walcott who will undertake
come into the city and complete turned an open verdict, similar duties in the Southern
sony eee ee iL ee eee - Area. Miss D. Barrow of the Ist
H it ] a ere Group was elected

Os 1 a wo Club Secretary end Mrs

icie-Smith, who was a Cub

In The House p eader for many years, has very
The House of Aten mas x e pin asters to be Wolf Cub
Tuesday at 3 p.m r. - @ “ reasurer ne year's pro-
Cummins laid the following papers C d d gramme of activities so f; in-
eae ee onsl ere cludes a Christmas Good hore
essage No. 24/1952 doted 30th ah . ; >
September, 1952 from His Excellen- Easter Sports, Inter-District

cv tne Governor to the Honourable

Cricket Matches and a Cub Lead-

Estimates

he House of Assembly invitin ere? Ts * sai oP “na! S
the Honourable House a cant : rs I raining Course which w ill
that the sterling costs of the visit be run on three consecutive
of Dr. Bennett to advise on ways : : Saturdays in October—11th, 18th
and means of effegting water con- The Advisory Committee of and 25th. On Wednesday 15th
trol and of minimising landslip the Barbados General Hospital October, the Cubs will be at te
and surface erosion in the Scot- ‘ eee ~ r ee Corene s a be shown
land District, be met by this Gov met yesterday and finished con- a film on Road Safety at Scout
ernment sideration of the Estimates for Headquarters at 4 p.m. through
Statement of the sums of money the financial year 1953 54 the courtesy of the Commissioner
paid over to the Accountant Gen- Th . a . wie. if Police es a mSIOT
eral by the Commissioner of Police ne Committee decided to cut ¢ ohee The Radio Pro-
during the Quarter ended seth expenses wherever possible, but 8’amme on the first Friday in
supe, 108i AE Ee Oe there is still an increase over November will be devoted to
iti West, indies Hohooner this year’s Estimates, Cubs and they are already prac-

Owners’ Association (inc.) for the The Committee also considered “icing for it. Rehearsals are being

year erlded 3ist December, 194% af 3 enter Held on Saturday mornings at
Statement of accounts of the her scucrt oe on the use of hab > einlsel, . es
British West Indies Schooner Own- y way of improving pumpin > 3 ’
ers’ Association (Inc.) for the year facilities. BOY SCOUTS’ TATTOO
ended 3ist eee: a, a Present were:— Dr. H. G Rehearsals for the Tattoo are
Statement of accounts 0! e : ‘4 ‘ : ti ae, n ein on ces
British West Indies Schooner Cummins, M.C.P (Chairman), getting well under way Last
Owners’ Association (Inc.) for the Dr. BD. Ss Gideon, Medical Friday afternoon about - fifty
year ended Slat December. 1960. Superintendent, Mr, R. B. Skeete Scouts and Scouters turned out
Statement of accounts 0! e z , rs - a ombe c 3
British West Indies Schooner and Mr. R. Maurice Cave. t Combermere Schopl and those

Owners’ Association (Inc.) for the practising for the bicycle display



six months ended on 30th June, met at the Garrison Savannah.
1951 The next rehearsal will be on
ae ie L he apey Be ene Friday next at Combermere
of am ater move e 8 r ne _ 7 ~
stearate "Stel | Kleven Chosen ® .° 2.8 oo Mhas es
Vehicles and Road TraMc Act in St. Michael are kindly asked
ac ricase doa Bill fixing T to attend with their Troops in
The ouse passed a xin y seat 3 when 7? nie
the Incume Tax rates fo: 1ff2 on oO O ose U niform. Let Sen have our o9
the same basis as in the previous operation chaps! We need at
year Ay ‘4 C e least 100 Scouts next Friday
Bill amending the Cab'? an arib ‘ night
Wireless (West Indies) Limited ears .
Act, 1939, (1939—4) CENSUS 1951/52
Resolution 2or $8,500, @ rere a Eleven pl ' 1 Census forms for the year
the unexpended balance © . Dlayers lave been se- 7» ing September ve been
provided in the Supplementary lected to represent Barbados ,at ending 30th a pi 0 have eta
Estimates 1951—52 to meet ex- Basketball avatnat k aril sent to the Parish Commissioners
penses in connection with the Bactr , agains the Carib for distribution to their respee-
preparation of a new Cost of Liv- ears, a Trinidad team which is tive Groups. Scouters are asked

ing Index.

The House began consideration
of the Bill to make betted prob
vision for local Government in the
Island, and passed 41 clauses with

expected to arrive here on Sunday
to play three colony matches, one
against Harrison College team and
one against College Old Boys and

to note that although the Forms
indicate that they are to be
returned to the Island Secretary
by 4th October, they should



amendments Another 3 Clauses Carlton combined. Four of the 4 in Dave
were postponed * a til players are members of College : turn oo press their Parish
» a ed un © ? ommissioner .
sae on Min Oncber Bae team and three are from Pirates
Club. LIAISON COMMISSIONER
“PENDS G *
It was originally decided to ATTENDS GILWELL

select the team the night before COURSE !

Dr. Cumntins Leaves

the first match was to be played, In a letter received soon ¥
s but the selectors since agreed to from Squadron Leader ‘Bill’
For Labour Inquiry select it earlier. Ramsay, who is | Liaison Com-

In basketball, only five players missioner for Barbados, he states



Dr. H. G. Cummins, M.C.P., of a team can be on the fleld at that he has attended a Wolf Cub
Deputy Leader of the House of one time, but players can be sub- Wood Badge Course at Gilwell
Assembly, left last night by stituted as the games progresse id "noes on’ t say: “We had a
B.W.1.A. for Trinidad intransit Five players can play through, or ®2@ 8 lightful course, very full
for Cuidad Trujillo with a view in the course of a game, all 11 most de A a eae vain the eni-
to a preliminary enquiry into who have been selected may get @nd complete wi a oe flooded
the possibility of recruiting Bar- a chance to play. = = Bp eee ee rite

i out one , &
badian labour for ee The following are the team into the permanent shelter on the
industry in the - Algy Symmonds (Harrison Col- London Campsite. However, our
Republic. lege Old Boys’) Capt., Gittens spirits were not dampened (the
; \ Quintyne, R. Forde (Pirates), ; ing wasn’t!) ..... I
s been - - onl thing that we

ane a ee his Alleyne, Emptage, Eastmond, Gib- ae aaa) y impressed with the
colony, the Leeward Islands and me (conan) aaa eas staff at Gilwell, and particularly
Windward Islands, through the = C.). ane seahatn arl- the volunteer’ members of the





iti fi i ‘raining Team. They had a real
British Charge d’Affaires in Cui- “The island colours will be red Training Te oe . pase! Cah an
dad Trujillo in connection with ang white. Uniforms have been Problem — two courses, _ a,
the matter. donated to players by Esso ©f 34 and one ladie a ree
Dr. Cummins expects to be through their local agents R. M. ming simultaneously. € i :
away for about a week, Jones. people from all over the wor.¢
: A practice match will be played there — 12 language groups (D
between the island team and a all were represented. : was

G. Ce picked team at the Y.M.P.C. to- truly international, I had many

“ lfito”’ ming morrow night. interesting discussions with all

froups represented. Incidentally
we had a young chap from B.G,
and a group from the Bahamos
on the Course. Good types too.’
TRAINING OF SCOUTERS

Over the week-end Saturday
20th, Sunday 21st September, the
second in the series of Founda-
tion Scout Courses was conduct-
ed by Mr. Charles Springer, act-

‘Saturday Oct. 4

The Elders and Fyffes SS.
Golfito is due to arrive in Bar-
bados on Saturday, October 4 at
12 noon from Southampton. The
ship will leave the same evening
for Trinidad, and Central Amer-
ica,

Pears, Cucumbers
In Good Supply

A quantity of pears and cucum-
bers can be had in the city with-
out any trouble. The price of the
cucumbers are ranging from 8c



Messrs. Wilkinson and Haynes aoe and pears are from 10c, to ing ‘Commissioner nS

Co., Ltd. are the local agents. Limes, too, are in fair supply rg Ws Bethel Troop. Two
and house-wives will have no “*"" . om Pi rg

difficulty in obtaining their quota, dozen Group Scouters shana |

7 Some breadfruits are still L. T. Gay, acting ee aa meg \ |

Qountry Busmen around the town for sale, People Commissioner, ‘1 attended oe a

are making them serve useful course; these Scouters were from

purposes along with a few pump- the Northern and Midland Areas

Play Between Trips

kins which arrived in the island The Scouters were divided into |
Buses that ply the long dis-| some weeks ago by schooner three _ patrols, ‘Baden-Powell =
tence routes in the various coun-| lhe ee ee



try districts have of necessity to
wait for long hours’ between}
trips before they take to me)
road, while those routed in}
Bridgetown and its environs
leave at fifteen-minute intervals
and at the longest half an hour
intervals, |

Conductors and drivers of}
country buse; fill in the long
wait at the ‘bus stand at Probyn
Street by playing spirited games |
of draughts and dominoes for the |
most part,









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DRINK
CLAYTON'S

Handicraft.
Committee
GiveReport

The Minor Handicrafts Devel-
opment Committee which was
set up to examine ways and

means of developing minor handi- |
crafts in the islana have submit- |}
ted their report to His Excellency
the Governor, and the report
being considered in relation
the five-year-development plan

to |

The Committee was set. up |}
under the chairmanship of Mr. |
D, A. Wiles, Assistant Colonial
Secretary with the following

terms of reference.

“To examine ways and means |
of developing minor handicrafts
in this island, whether existing
or new, with special reference

to

(a) projects and priority of |
development (by training ef
workers and improvement end
upgrading of workmanship; (c) |

supply of raw, semi-manufactured

or manufactured material for re-
commended projects: (d) method
of insuring steady and reliable |
production; (e) marketing and |
sales organisation; (f) subjects

which might be taken to arsist ;
development at a regional leve!
and by Government itself: and tk





make detailed recommendations
with estimates. where necessary
for such deve opment.” |



Women Seek

Over fifty women
the Employment and
Bureau yesterday to
ployment

A GREAT NAME 1 GRAND WHISKY

GRANTS

Work
gathered at

Emigration
seek em-

|



The men for renewal gave the
ladies the opportunity of having}
the use of the building at that} Goa
time, One told the “Advocate’|} e Stole (

that she heard some women were |
wanted for work, su she took the}
chance of coming to the Bureau |
to see if she would be selected |

‘Somers’ and ‘Rowallan’, and the |
Course took the form of a Troo}
in Camp. The essential principle" |
and methods necessary for a suc- |
cessful conduct of a Scout Troop, |
as well as the relationship of the |

Troop to the wider — scout
administrative organisation were
thoroughly discussed,

Definite resolutions were made

at the end of each session of the

course, viz (a) Each Scoute

would read the “Scouter” and
the “Scout”. (b) Each Scouter
would do his best to ensure thrt
a “Group Committee” (Lay Per-
scns) Was appointed in hi

Group. (c) Each Scouter would
undertake to have Proper Troop |

Records kept in his Troop. (d)
Each Scouter would undertake |
to see that the ‘Patrol Sy ‘tem’ |
was used in his Troop. le
The Courre ended on Sunday | §
Morning with a Seouts Own at
which Mr. Springer gave a short |
pddregs stressing the need ost
ACTION, using the text “Faith
without works is Dead”
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LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, — on i
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| } LOST POLICY D ghouse called “ALPHA” and
toR RENT i FOR SALE } Samuel Timothy Gibbs having made | SHOP ttached situate at the corner
|Sworn deposition that Policy No. 21,429|ot WELLINGTON BECKWITH
nee ete nrnaemannerae aan ae “ jon his life has been lost, and having |STREETS, Bridgetown, standing on 3530
HOUSES made application to the Directors to/square feet of land
AUTOMOTIVE | grant @ duplicate of the same NOTICF | The house contains drawing and «lining
_n OW. : , . ata eee is hereby given that unless any objection | rooms, pantry and kitchen, on ground
Bam L s ete = ae CAR—One (1) Chrysler r) | 8 taised within one month of the date | floo wnd 2 bedrooms (1 with running
ing "Dilnians Bees 2: 1 Frigidaire Qial|Fluid Drive Automatic G ct hereof, the duplicate Policy asked for |, snd ‘usual conveniences, up
m8 ‘ . "2 10.52—3n. | Condition. Tyres practica jy | Will, be issued iC ent water and _ electrici*
tlh alee —j|to Mr. T. Sydney Kinch or Messrs » By Order, 1 “d
PLYMOUTH-—Crane Coast, November |C°Urtesy Garage 1.10.52—-12n Cc. K. BROWNE Inspection on application to Mes
7 ‘Sth r the premises, or Mrs
ond fem 8 Jan. to Jan. Sist, 1953. ; at Cosmopolitan Guest House
Phone. 2957. —~ 20.9.52—t.f.n ELECTRICAL rect; dial -ae38 So '
“a4 “ken aaa dca Guanes aon i ak roperty will be set p for
STONEYCROFT on Sea at Worthings. TWO (2) 12 gallon Electric Hot Water OFFI teal by public scanpatition at our office
Furnished infelhuding Simmons Best Beds] Geysers, brand new, selling at bargsin CIAL NOTICE James Street, Bridgetown, on Thursday
and Frigidaire. Lovely Neach Best Sea] prices. Apply: Stanley Kinch, Pho (th Ootaber, ae at 2 p.m
Bathing. - Dia) . 8133 2 an. | 2661 1.10,52—4n, | BARBADOS YEARWOOD & BOYCE
eas +—— acetone IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF 1.10. 52—3
WINSLEY=St. Leonards Avenue, West < . APPEAL ta
bury Road, Apply: T. Maraj 51, Swan LIVESTOCK : ‘ _ _ (Equitable Jurisdiction) | LE
Street 19. ee wn | JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintiff) OFFICIAL SA





LOFTUS OTWAY

WILKINSON
(Defendant)

WINIFRED-—- Land's End, 2-storey hour
drawing and dming rooms, 4 bedroom

Bitch Puppy. Phone 0174 ! BARBADOS

1 IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF



IN pursuance of

























. an Order in this
ail modern convenienées Ape Court, in the above action made on tne | inate deeeacten
3 rt fn s ue > » B1¢ 3ist day 952 sinel, *
Peete MOO. TPS fob MECHANICAL ail atscity (bavichs’ any ‘enteve notice to |JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintif
=| fntereet nor any lien OF tucumtenin LOFTUS OTWAY WILKINSON
OLIVETTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avail-| affecting all that certain piece or parce IOTICE Mefendant
Ww ANTED able from Stock in various carriage|of land situate near Melrose in the par. |, NOTICE is hereby given that by vir-
se. vidths as follows:— ish of Saint Thomas and Island of Bar. |'U° °f 4 Order of the Assistant Court
1177 — $260.00 bados containing by admeasurement one | of Appeal dated the Sist day of July
= 15/7 — $293.00 rood thirty-five perches or thereabont, | 1952 there will be set up for sale to the
187 $325.00 ’ : ‘butting and bounding on lands of Lilia:. |°!#2est bidder at the Office of the Cle
HELP Enquiries to S. P. Musson, Son & Co.,| Holloway on lands of a place called “M.1. |! *he Assistant Court of Appeal at tac
—— | td. Dial 3713. 28.9.82--t.t.n,| 1080", 08 lands of the estate of Thomas [Court Howse, Brideetowe eek in tin
, - 3 —t.f.n.| Gill deceased and on the b » thours o: noor ind 2 o'cle
z DER, for Hs sed ¢ m the public road ¢ pride 3 .
AN GVeRREED WELDER. te aid, | however else ‘the ‘same may abut ass \ afternoon on Friday the 10th day of
Seer ean Applications in w ft-) SINGLE AXLE TRAT*ERS—Without| bound to bring before me an account o. | Cetober. 1962: All that certain piece o1
00 per ifionth. Applications incr ci | iyres, has bulit in hoist to the front. can | their said claims with their witnesses, [Parcel of land situcte near Melrose in
ie, Be aosory Up to 10th Octcver, | ct any make Tractor $360, other trailers| documents and vouchers, to be examined the parish of Sait horse and ne
Hayeone an 1.10.52—3: $00, Smith's Engineering Works. Phove|py me on any Tuesday, or Friday be |° Barbados containing by admeasure-
1908. seuatliaa 4949 30.9.52—0n |tween the hours of 12 (noon) and ment oe rood Kon = pomeat [pm gee
. _ fi . ... |or thereabouts abutting an unding on
LERK—* Works? ee o'clock in the afternoon, at the Officer > : 7
ennete Seat 350 eo Ber "mbt h POULTRY of the Clerk of the Assistant Court o, |/@0as of Lilian Holloway on lands of a4

place called “Melrose” on lands of the



Apply in person with written applicat =

Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetow:
to C, A, Rock Dowding Estat«

before the 8th day of October, 1952 estate of Thomas Gil], deceased, and on



POULTRY—Fight months old ha ii















































r a the public road or however else the
Trading Co., Ltd. Eckstein Broth 3.)\;AMMOTH BRONZE TURKEYS; 4189 oe te on claims may be rankec | same may abut and bound and if not
Bay Street.’ 2.10.52—90. Tour months old WHITE LEGHORNS, | {recording to the nature and priorit. finen sola tie said property will be set
— —_——— ag of extellent strain (including, Kauder’s).| °o° m ee Jaa onerwine such P2r-luy for sale v1 « ucceeding Friday
HOUSEKEEPER—For Codrington Col-} pjai 3102 for further particulars Gf the seid Becra uded from the benefi.lnerween tic same hours until the same
lege, St. {phn aa tiate ree, «th 1.10.82—8n : they pectet, and. be deptived:'o is sold for ua im not Less than
ticulars may be obtuined from the atic out claims on or against the said proper £159. 0. 0
Py ineipal. 20U {White Leghorn, we old | 8Y- an ts Stet day of July, 1963.
os —28.9:59—3n. | POULTRY Ved feom the famous| Claimants are also notified that the ered this i a
——~ | AMERICAN KAUDER 250/300 egg strain nee eee ae wen mY oe ante ag. Clerk of the
r J November 2nd and] 44 the o ctober 1952, at 10 ‘ “9 of Anoesl
MISCELLANEOUS Seal Teraiss earhatde. Hatching ngs ES toaea when their said claims will ae oa 8 ban
Â¥ i , 7 >OST ORDERS or PAY US A VISIT.]%* 7 1
eetcieen bed etting man ann Bennett near Gregg Farm, St. Andrew ie te my hand this 3ist day of
° Ss, “s 9 52-2 + 195 =
board, Box E. 8. C/o Advocate Co; 2.10.52-—2n a ad a
9.¥ 2 F. G. TALMA “fot
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IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
naving or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance in or
iffecting the property hereinafter mentioned, the property of the Defendant. to
bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents ‘and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
'2 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown, before the 5th day of November, 1952 in order that such claims may





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vocate Stationery and] arriving in Barbados by Air only _a few | be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,
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2.10.52--in. | Representative. Tel. 3113. Plaintiff — WINSTON IRVINE GRIFFITH

17,4,.52-—t.f.n Defendant — JAMES IRETON BROOME
salpmpansbsiaeenne acting herein by EDNA OSCOLA BROOME his Attorney on record in this Island,
x —. “RORAIMA" , a Chattel dwellinghouse | PROPERTY, ALL THAT Certain piece or parcel of land situate at Six Men’s
SS standing on rented land at corner of in the parish of Saint Peter and island abovesaid contairing by admeasure-
BUSH HILL and aera ee ses ee Rood vee a Perches or thereabouts (of which area Eight

> St. Michael. Inspection on appiication erches form part of an abandoned Public Road)

It s the ADVOCATE to the Public Trustee, Public Building on lands of Six Men’s Plantation rete as ae Mane he



on the Seashore on lands of Messrs, R. &
G. Challenor Ltd. and on the Public Road or however else the same may
abut and bound together with the Messuage or Dwe'linghouse thereon
and all other buildings and erections on the said parcel of Jand

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1949

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get out of order, excess acids and (Notice required by Section 5)
wastes in the system THE acquisition, for public purposes

backache, rheumatism, jof the following parcel of land eun
disturbed rest that “tired , feeli taining are feet, more or R

follow. To make kidneys ‘ situs te ‘istown in the par i
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Nichols, Sworn Surveyor, and dated { :

of excess acids and wastes so that pure, | 5\\,. i952, and filed in the ofl |)
fresh blood flows to the Colonial Engineer having bec! }y B L A D Oo N
Then you feel better —look better — lecided n by he Governor with th
better and you are yin ppreval of both Houses of the Legisia

(ure of the Island of Barbados by re
lution of the Houses of the Legislature

is hereby decia‘ed in pursuance ¢
tion § of the Land Acquisition Act |)
nat the said lands have be }
red for the following purposes: fo
erection of a fish market

& coe.

AF.S.,

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A parcel of Imnd containing by Phone 4640 say Plantati muntios
mensurement 4306 square feet, more « ons
less, situate at the junction of Que:

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LONDON,
TEST MATCH dates for the visit of the Australians to
“ngland next summer have been arranged. The Austra-

I land t t :: one Aust

lians will play five Test The first will be at Trent Bridge

from June 11—16, the second at Lords % Jur :

the third at Manchester from July 9 4, the fourth

Leeds from July 23 } i the fifth at the Oval f1

August 15

CRI - af ¥ a

COU CRICK Co WEIGHTLIFTING:
A. § Oakmar
oe) fms i Trinidad B
eeu T y ! ye « «
“joerc. trinidad Beat
Africa o th Arundel Cast! |
1 “Vv lt € hit ‘ . « .
They wil take up Barbados 6-1]

oir reTit in
Winter ‘ware: icom Our Own Correspondent

a PE te nay PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. 1

ZUCCHER the best fe rinidad won five of six < et
cenuaia tn: Sues ; se Ris cae daa Fa . a Picture shows Ken Farnum Barbados “A” Class Champion finishing
able starter for the 50,000 dolls antest. at. the. Intereolonia] Second in the first round of the 1,000 metre elimination sprints in
oe lapmes peony ak We Les ee eae aay Ae er the Olympic Games at Helsinki on July 28th.
internationa] race at Laurel Per Veightliftir Tournament with
Maryland on October 18. If Barbade t the Drill Hall, Port-
necessary rrangement car {-Spain, last night to capture the BOXING:
made he will be ridden by the sablanca Cup A Oro, a
year old Lester Piggott At the cor ston of the ont i

SPEEUWAY uy at uv this Morning F OFt« A W d A t

JACK YOUNG, world spoc.- “Spain's Mayor George Cabral or l oO mateurs
way champion for the eco! Will ptain of the Trinidad
year in succession, |} return r he Granderson Cup to
to Australia. In Sydney his wil Kilgour, adjudged the be By GEORGE SPENCER
Joan, and two daugfters, Car ifter on Hoffman formula for the
aged 7 and Pauia aged 2 wiil night. Kilgour, Trinidad’s heavy 1 1047 « ‘ batt a ine saente P Mni ns, 4
waiting to greet him. You € champion who won a IN 1947 when Easy Be rancl ol Prinidad knecke
plans to return to England in bronze medal at the World Olym- out Kid Francis, our local: middleweight Champion, and
March and will bring his fan pies at Helsinki this year estab- subsequently when the same Easy Boy knocked out Jacl:
with him. He will ride for W lished co an Si i ee Sharkey, a runnerup to Francis, I wrote an article in the

s ests shed ; ast ght’s * : ‘ a
Ham. , oA ay Pua SF yar Advocate entitled “Barbados left virtually without Boxing

_ > BOXING Barbados’ lone victory was reg- Champion.

TERRY ALLEN, former wor! istered by George Nicholls, In another article during the succeed. And sO I come to the
fly-weight champion has an < Speightstown sugar cane factory same period, I wrote a few si.g- point where I will impart a hin:
portunity to regain his Brit vorker who beat Tudor Sampson gestions for the revival of the to all amateur boxers in Barba-
title. On October 21 at Horr in the 148 pound class, Nicholls game, among which was one dos, Before you start to box,-or
gay he fights the unbeaten Ericy pressed new Trinidad and British avking schools, and Youth rather before you start to put
Marsden for the title lefy vacant Empire records, His 230 pounds Organisations to co-operate. To- on gloves, practise this all-
by the retirement of Teddy Gard- press passed by all three judges day we see the formation of an important fac tor of this manly
aer. They appear on the same wa, claimed as an Empire re- amateur Boxing Association. art—Footwork”.
bill as the Turpin-Angelo fight cord. ) ebirea te In the first article I wrote, I Saag i
for the Empire middle-weight Winners _ {or Trinidad vote particularly made mention as to Footwork is a very important
he pear Auburn Savary 123 pounds, is - c * ¢ asset in a boxer’s makeup. I!
championship. " 32 Lio DeFreitas 165 and the cause of failure of most of s ;

GOLF Wilkes 132, Lio DeFreitas 169 anc the local boxers, A wrong begin- YOU, consider the fact that the
Baas 20UL- Harrison Skeete 18} Pounns. ning is the handicap ‘starting Position of the feet controls
FRED DALY and A. POUL- Strong man Christopher Carrin g I
; M oyong man ~ Me = aie vaiep every movement in boxing, you
TON set up a golfing record la t {ton “Mr. Trinidad 1952” won r. the wrong way, Will’ See how sieqesseae itt iene
ir thi ie 11 ‘colonial’ corftest over Basil W v ssary
Ss et en enna: a a ee ue "5 I can clearly remember when concentrate on this important
Boerne a gga as PR lad 65. Joe Ralph, the Belgian Terror branch of the game.
Walton Heath went to the 30th points to 65. Went 3p Beiish ocuiana in’ 19
“hole before Daly sank a 12 yard = ' ulana’ in 2°"; at is fairly obvious that the
putt for a win. He went on Will ree a ne cones speedy boxer should be able to
take the Championship hi Sedgman u pA a ie solelage a get about onally and quickly on
third success in this event since ° . a oe a de al is feet, and even if you might
the war. —L.E.S. Defend Davis Cup putting on gloves, he had a six- Ara



Mrs. Neil Hopman, wife of Aus-

months’ course in Anatomy,
Physiology, Blood circulation and

PAST vs PRESENT =| ralia's Davis Cup team manager, ("Jone so that the pupil wil
Harry opman, is ‘“certé ’ a . Se ee
COMBERMERIANS lawn tennis stars Frank Sedgman ek wie bay. ae pues
THE Annual Past vs. and Ken McGregor will turn pro- * ‘i a
Present Combcermerians fessional immediately after Aus- This does not mean that those
mateh takes place at Com- tralia’s defence of the Davis Cup lads who have already made
bermere School at 1.30 to- next December. progress must start all ove:
day. All Old Comber- She says so in a cable to-day again nor do I mean merely to
merians are invited to at- from New York to the Melbourne criticise the system adopted by
tend. Tea will be served at Herald, the local boys. On the contrary,
3.30 p.m. and there will be Mrs. Hopman believes that it is my intention to help as
cocktails after the match, Bobby Riggs, the U.S.A. profes- much as I possibly can to further
The Old Boys’ team is as sional, is confident of getting the advancement of the boxing
follows:— ©. D. Spooner Sedgman and McGregor for a pro- game locally.
(Captain), A. 8, Warren, fessional tour beginning in Janu- ‘
(Vice-Captain), M, W. In 1949, a few lads were invi-

Clarke, O. S. Coppin, C. R. E.
Warner, D, W. Sayers, S. I.
Smith, F. G. Smith, A. F.
Daniel, N. S, Lueas, L. N.
Foster.





ary.
It was feared

turn professional after he

Sedgman would
had
been chiefly responsible for Aus-
iralia’s keeping the Davis Cup last

ted to Grenada, to take part in
contests with opponents § trom
neighbouring West Indian islands
and British Guiana, but failed to
secure a single victory. This in

year, oe

* » 4 my opinion, was not due to lack
Yy a — a ies sated of determination and grit of these

° j ou, _anc ay be parc °C poys, but, according to reliable

Floodlit Meet if we receive this news with a aources DOO: boxing ability

Pi smile—and if “you” happen to ae far sak know r he

be a struggling, honest-to-good- lac ° x ; , es
; ? ace boxers into tw cate-

oslponed ness coaching professional the P aged The +t ee es : +

‘ > 5 » rather rueful gories, e boxer born anc t

Plans for staging a flood-lit mile ma, _ well be ra : - boxer made,
Cycle and Athletic Meeting at Before Sedgman and his, bride

Kensington this mvath have had Sled for Europe last January [I make this reference because
to be called off because of the they were handed a cheque for jt is the custom of most beginne:

electricity situation. Alternative
plans are however being consid-

ered for staging a meeting later
this year.

Meanwhile, the Holborn Boys
and the A.A.A. will send teams

to Trinidad to compete in the two-
day meeting which is being staged
‘under the auspices of the All Star
Cycle and Athletic Club of Trini-
dad. The local teams are due to
leave by air this evening on their
tour.

Holborn Boys will be sending a
sixteen-man team comprised of
three athletes and thirteen cyclists,
while the A.A.A, will send two
representatives who have been
invited by the All| Star Club.

WATER POLO

There will be practice matche





this afternoon at the Barbado
Aquatic Club, men's games to
commence at 4.55 p.m,_ ladies’
4.30 p.m.

The men’s team are a
A, Clarke, J, Jordan, ¢ Evely
G. Jordan, L, Best, H, Portel
and M. Weatherhead

B.—D. Bannister, K. Inc R
Eckstein, A. Taylor, G. McClea

T. Yearwood and A. Weatherhea¢
Ladies’ teams, A.—Francis Be!

mar, Patsy Chandler, Janik
Chandler, Diana Johnson, Terr
Wallbridge, Brenda Foster, Je:
Chandler and Jean McKinnor

B.—B. Hunte, B Williams, P
Pitcher, P. Fitzpatrick, Phylii
Chandler, Annette Fletcher an

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July

return here to

writing about,



If Sedgman does change status and agility of Jim Driscol. His
then indeed we can say that he footwork was faultless and }
has made the best of both possible bodyshifting superb. Gene im-
worlds, pressed me as the master boxe

—L.E.S I doubt very much if there
- any beginner who can copy
+ ° Gene’s system of training ar
Gore Hits veceed as he did, I doubt it
101 Not Out Then I will put Young Blac!
man in category two. The boxe |
ae Pee ; xe < yi}
(From Our Own Correspondent) made. This young boxer, a pus
verre eae 7 of Joe Payne (The Maste
ANTIGUA, Oct, 1 eins 5 . P “
St. Kitts won: the toss and sent Fechnician) is particularly out

Antigua in on a soft wicket which

later improved.

Since
a big oil company have an-
nounced in Australia that Sedgman
has become full owner of a Mel-

and United
something
cm-
his professional career
-if he really decides to do so.

After he had won the Wimb'e-
he said he
turn professional and !
defend
his title. But Mrs. Hopman must a
be assumed, to know what she is



to imitate famous boxers who
ave already made good, instead
of adopting a style of their own.
This is not always right. The
following examples will explain
what I really mean.
Radio Gene the
Tiger, I will put in the first
category—the boxer born,
When I was_ introduced
Gene in 1935 he invited me
his Gymnasium one evening
see him ‘Round-off” for
Aight with Baby Smiles.
got there I was surprised to
see that Gene neither possesse |
punching bag nor a_skippins
rope, Yet Gene had the enduranc
ef a healthy lion, and the timing

Speightstown

lo
to
to
his

ptanding, having imbibed all
was taught to him by his teache:

At close of play, the score was The first example shows _ that
258 for 7 Skipper Gore 10] not you cannot always duplicate
out. His innings included 5 sixes. “nother boxer’s method of train-
Christian mede 58. He hit 6 sixes ing; and the, second shows thot
Anthonson made 32 which in- only by starting the right way
luded 2 sixes, with capable handling can voi
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escape punishment if your foot-
work is faulty. So I will recom-
mend the following exercise to
ensure that your footwork will
some time or other prove a san-

guine weapon in both attack
and defence
Stand in the usual boxing

position, then step forward with
the left foot and follow with th
right. Take three paces like tnis
forward and retreat in the same
manner only this time using the

right foot first following back
with the left.
The same exercise should be

carried out in stepping sideways,
to the right or to the left. If
stepping to the right use the right
foot first, If to the left use the
left fioot first. Go through these
movements slowly at the com-
mencement gradually increasing
in speed. Do not move your feet
far from the ground it must be
liding movement.

After you have practised this
for some time you will maintain
perfect balance in your move-
ments, backwards, forwards or
sideways and it is only a punch
vital spot to knock you
down, You might be able to send
a piston-like left jab or a smash-
ing right cross, but if your toot-
work is poor then you are no
natch for a crafty opponent

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JACK YOUNG

LONDON,

_ The 100,000 crowd at Wembley waited expectantly as
the four riders coaxed their machines nearer the tapes.
The Speedway Championship of the World was at stake
and Jack Young of Australia needed only to come second

in his final
succession.

With a roar from their 3% h.p

ngines th riders were away
Into the lead shot Bob Oakley anc
there on his tail was Jack Young
unbeaten in any of his previous
four rides, Would Young try {oi

another victory would he con-
tent himself with second place
and the Championship?

or

The answer

dent as they

soon became
t roared around thy
rach Oakley the pace and
Young Was conten: to follow. H

reat effort had been made in a

arlier heat, when he beat Fred
(ie Williams the 1950 champion
in a grand-stand finish on the
last bend. Now Young was satis-
fied with the two points which
gave him the title.

evi-

et

That is the man all over. There

is nothing spectacular about his
technique He travels fast but
without apparent peril, His great

tiribute is the ability to produce
resul He wins, Wins and wins
oeain

Speedway supporters may feel

that the lack of high speed cor-
nerings With legs a-trailing, flying
cinders and numerous spills which
were their lot before the war
have taken something out of the
sport. They get their compensa
tion, however, from men like Jack
Young who produce a_ higher
quality of racing and a finer level
of achievement.

Married, with two children,
Young carne to England in 1949 to
ride for Edinburgh, in the second
division. He wiped up the oppo-
sition so successfully that within
a twelve-month he was the envy
of every club in the country.

Last year in a sensational triple-
tie which necessitated a ride-off
he became the first man to win
the World! Championship while
with a Second Division club.

£3,750 Transfer

At the beginning of the present
season he was transferred to West
Ham in the First Division for a
record fee of £3,750 and within a
couple of moaths had added the
mateh race championship to his
world title, beating Ronnie Moore
the 18 year old Tasmanian who
rides for Wimbledon.

No rider has ever won the twe
titles in the same year, and until
Young’s success at Wembley last
week no rider had pulled off the
Championship in successive years

Young, a good-looking, slightly -
built man of 26 has now won
every major honour that speedway
has to offer. For in addition to
his individual successes he hms
captained Australia in Tests
against England

The speedway world is at his
feet. His popularity cannot be
‘loubted. When he rode in to the
pits after his championship victory

@ was immediately besieged by
fellow-riders and mechanics anx-
ious to congratulate him, Their
sincerity was obvious.

And what a reception awaited
him when, after the presentation
of the Cup by Sir William Slim,
Australia’s nextt Governpr-Gew-
eral, he and the two runners-up,
Freddie Williams and Don Oakley,
jumped aboard the Wembley trac-
or which sweeps the track for a
victory ride round the stadium.

It may have been Young’s slow-|

est ride at Wembley. It was cer-

tainly his greatest.
—L.E.S.

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Brita.
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Musby
v. Aust :
(Leeds!
Racing? Pontefract, Newbur:
Steeplechase—Hexham

Tennis:
Court
mence
Golf: Worplesdon
Foursome
Racing: Nottingham: Steep!
chase--Fontwell Park. Hes
ham
lawn Tennis: National Cox
ered Courts Championship
Worplesdon Mixe
ysomes.

: Nottingham;
Fontwell Park.
Scottish League vy
League of lIreland—Hampden |
Park. |
Lawn Tennis: National Coy |

ered Court Championships
Golf: Worplesdon Mixed |
Foursomes, |
Golf: Dunlop Masters Tourn- |
ament at Mere.

Racing: Lingfield Park
York.

Lawn Tennis; National Cov-
ered Court Championships,
Golf: Dunlop Masters Tourn-
ament at Mere
Golf; Worplesdon
Foursomes,

Racing: Lingfield Park, York;
Steeplechase — Stratford o
Avon,
Lawn Tennis; National Cov
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Racing: Ascot Heath.
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Boxing: Empire Heavyweight
Championship— Johnny Wil-
liams (G.B,) v. Johnny Ar-
thur {S. Africa) at Leicester
Steeplechase: Carlisle, Uttox
eter, Plumpton, Southwell.
Racing: Newmarket; Steeple
chase—Southwell.
Golf: Palace Hotel
ment—-Torquay
Racin, Cesarewitch
market).
Steeplechase—Cheltenham
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ment—Torquay.
Racing: Newmarket;
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Newmarket
International Wales y.
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ther Nationalities v. Eng.
land (Huddersfield).
Racing: Redcar, Sandown
Park, Warwick; Steeplechase
Huntingdon, Taunton.
Racing; Wolverhamptort; Stee-
plechase—Wye.
Boxing: Empire Middleweight
Championship Randolph
Turpin (G.B.) v. George An-
gelo (S. Africa) at Harrin-

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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS .ADVOCATE Tlll'KSDAY OCTOBER INI TEST MATCH DATES FIXED LONDON TEST MATCH dates (or the vistl i ihc Ami Auatra. %  .1 IIH 11—16. irth u: i unm Pl.AIFA AT m IMNKI Leeds from Juli Au: CRICKET 1 1 %  RACING I able tui*< .. .it i l' i '8. If lh* %  %  .<>tt I i .v. . %  %  I J V.,il I %  %  %  March and >wi; Ha nrlll i. %  BOKINC TKHHV ALLEN, i-s lly-weight chumpiui. i,. portunitv I*i leg.un hi 0 %  %  %  H be i ghti UM unb fur the ;.i:. %  ' i 11/ 11.1111 II '77 V.; Trinidad IJral Ftarhailos 6-1 JACK YOUNG LONT* US ailed expectantly M ixed their machine-Mire, the tapes. [Tie Speedwa .: the World was %  ) ataki Australia needed only %  come second win the til tcood vear in i %  I %  [in!) Mall. Po.tliftMM, ; %  %  1 i . %  lad'* heavy %  %  hsh.it tow of '< % %  ,1 last night'. I lalnred Mlchofla, in ,i cane fad Moend la tb Br*t round of the l.DOO metre thniination -punts m tlir Olympic Oi.m at HeWinkl on July 'Mb %  %  %  i %  Would Youiu • %  with second place and the C\ %  %  : %  in ii graml-staiKi finish If fied with tin I 1", the title A Word To Amateurs By GEORC.K SPINf il. That is the nv. ti othniR tpactaculaw about i I peril Mis greal %  %  lhat ihc la< k ol high Unf. flyir r. %  n Easv mdad knock* were their loi bei eal mid lleweighl Cfo mi % %  m Boy tooth* out im I MTOW • '" UtKlC In tt Vimnf who hlajiei Advocate entitled "Barbados left virtually without Boxin.; qtiaUG of ractna aad %  Bnat ,,. of achievement .. ,,. ,,„,„,„ u, i Married, will, two it'll''• ,„ %  1 era*, a fa* .'11 impart a hi.' Yun came to Ewl.nd In IMS" to .,1 of UM lo ;ill amateur boxers in Barb.< Sports Diary l.a-M V GI-n.-lK-a % %  •MI Nmrmarli I l i.t % %  Kiin \".'.. T,'..' %  %  >* %  > IrfaM01 B> > •' %  >-. I BWaaalff I'onirliaci. Nt-wb t ia apa.1 I...I. 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UAl ,„ hl t0initrv t>y Mi.letiremenl of Teddy Cardiireta passed by all thru hWaW day a/a atC UM tormatlon ol an ini^wtant I i OUH i^ |V ;,.,, ,,, a sensational tripleLBVTin Kmptre reAmHteur Boxing AaiootaUoo %  • K.-twork". Ilr which necessitated a rlde—tT TTpJn-Anfl m_i_i^-^ .,„. • """ '"'< -"tnte I wrote. I .„ M —^ h '' became the flrst man to win the Empire midd'e-we.ght Au ^'^ SavTrv .5!l % %  %  "* '" '* m !" Xi,t "' %  ---" '' -Pl'^hip whi %  lonthip. GOLF ntXD DAI.V ad A BOl %  TON set up i month. Their %  rib the matdi play champtooatal] by "^ Walton Hi .th went tn the SO'.h pollltl I %  ik a 12 yarn putt for .i i ' %  lit rallu l,f %  : %  .1 • %  A wroni i ,miik'nina is ""• bai U ap 0 f asaet In a ((oxer's %  tci %  u ith a Secoml Division club £:t.75* Transfer lake the Champions) third •mccejw In this • %  • %  I IIPAST v. PRESENT C0MBERMER1ANS TIIK \iinual l'*st \s 1* r e a e II I i in ilcu Uhri. pl.ui .il ((till i""i %  School at i ." today. All Old Cumbernii'iiii.ii' itn iii J to attend. Tea will be served at 3.30 p.m. and there will br ecrkUlli after Ihe match. The Old lloya" team b a* follow*;— C. D. Spoomr iCapUlii). A. . Warren iVhe-C a p t a I n). M. \\ ( Urke. O. S ( ( I: t Warner. D. W. Hayera, S. I. Smith. F. O. Smith, A. F. Oanlel. N S. Lueaa. I.. N. Koater. Setignmn Will Ik'fvml Davis Cup pnaitlon I every movement in boxing, ro . .11'see how necessary it la an At tin Ix-irninint: ..f the presei.t I can i i-e, ..i-i, concentrate on thin important season he wax_tranarerrod to West Ji>e llalpii. the Belgian I'm. branch of the game. """' "' Uu vL s i,P ,v slon f or %  %  Mttl In Rrttlah Cni'inii m 1*131 record fee of £3.750 and within :i %  :• !.,w uTsS SZ. ,. %  ". '"" %  ' b> ; !" ''":•. %  •""!%  " fa *< <<-.. learn sclentitli i->xing. or be; 'lire he had the privilege idling on gin'. lonfha' course It Is fairly obvious thai %  %  % %  championship to hi.iDOUl aaaHy and quickly on %  >! Id title, beating Ronnie Moon his feel, and even if you Blflhl the IR year old Tasmanlan who h Aniomv "* naturally active you csUUtol rides for Wimbledon. _, Aus Physiology. Bloocl circulation ami "&£*£?£ I J^J££ N >'<*<* " '" 1 " ^ '" "' 'V US I'hvwcal Cultun 'Of worK ' '"""y^ *'" f 0 "" 1 title in the same year, and until I...vi Cup team manaaci ;l Mi„v.,n axeixtaa to Yn| sucrw a Wpmb| la „ Harry Hopman. U_-certajn" Qw JJ 1)im ^ |n .„ ensure that you,footwork will tt „. k IU rlllrt niid ,„,„„,, ofT M lawn taUUI st-irs Frank Sadrman h ,, ... aome lime or other prove a snnfhamplonshlp in succcMiv.>. .., and Ken MeOregor will turn pro|iiii> Vming. a good-looking, slightlyi i..ii.,: immediately altar AusThis does not mean thai <>f 26 hao now won Iralla'l ttatenoa f the Davis Cup Uds who have already made .very major honour that speedway r.exl December. progress must start HII OM V < m I For in additton to She aaya so In a cable to-day again nor do I to """"">. Ibati nap forward with his individual successes he hh* fiom New York to the Moll OUT!" erlU. I %  UM ayfjfan adopt! '''' *"" 1 '" Ml '""o* *>"' ".plained Aujtraba in Tes thl local boy,. On the u.nli.o,, "^ Take thiee paces like tn;gainst England Hi ilopifcaii believe, mat u is m> intention t., help ,.s forward and retreai in the iarno *,riwav work! I. at hit RIM-., the U.S.A. prof.*much a. I fa htrtb njan. r only 1 %  -, j^ff*7*g f,,i H SplSwtfv cannot bi ,..! ,. nmt.iient of gettirui the advancement ot the boxing *>£* J"* *** %  "owing back |liubt#d When he rode In to the btl championship victory / Inu.itil \h"8n tne r nf lhe Cup bv s, r w ,i, i; ni sin, my opinion, was not due to lack "'"v-menls slowly at the comAustralia's nex Governbr-Geie% %  %  rnlnaUon and |ril of I S-'dnman and McUrcgor for a pro.i.. %  I.. i %  Ifltall T •mrnl al Mrir OaM WorpW-An. Minel Psanoani Xartai: UMPWIO Park. York Stovaacnaaa snallord e Avon 10-h Laoa TraaU. Naliutial Co* reed Cnuri Cnantpinii>lti| ifim. Nauonai Of* aitxl Courl Champloii.il I p •fad. BaMai Aacoi HttaU). Xloeh Ion. a \ r v I i-lu -r—Chrpat > • W*Oi>rb> Carh.l. ru„., i.. %  n,.ii. I ii pinhr.vy'ip.i I'tumpn.-Mt. Jiihnns Wii lianu iGB.1 v. Johnny Ar ihtir ,S Alricai al La>tMala< aiarplrrhaa* Ca.li.W OtMa rlrr, Plumplon. Southwell Udi XarlaiNewnutkn i[ilc chaM SnuOi-rll ItWt Oalf: Palaee Moid Tourna %  ii-iii rprquay Raalai re^ainaitch .Nar %  aajribM'. %  liapllClHW ClwlMnham ISIIi Oall PaU.a Hota-I Tourno ni.nlToctiiiay -ifini :* %  %  moian. Sta-aipH" .lia.i v Ueoraa An .. %  I,, "' la raUat. .mile—anil II mi" x ; .. %  ,,, wall ,,rathe, rueful „„, ;,, .e Sedgman ..nd his bride "" """" Kcnalniton thai' ' ="">! '" %  J""uary maKc hls „,,.„.„.. ,.„.," orwardli ai to be called off be, BBaqila I". It It I J"'"'" g iHibllc tutacrii. imrtata tarai ,. ,' *""* vo ", Sclmniin announce,! II ... n. You m,nt be able to senn .. amataur, Sum,,. adoptloi i ivi,. ,,t thin own piston-iwe ten i ear. than all "il %  .""t'-iiy have anThai is not alwajtt right Tin Meanwhile the lloibom Eto) taawcad la Anarall a that aadara u. Ln| aaarofitoi will txplaii nn< toll OWIII-I ,,( Hi l toally mean. '" J 1 no. Radio Oani UW Spetuhutow.. Wimbledon and Ulut gar, will BUI in tinHi , the t'oxe, bora did T l: "" "•' I *l ' latroduatd la iMvebv l'" profjatlonal car para) la laW ha u.v Inur '"' to do so. his Gyninaaium one evening to Holborn Hoys will DC sending .1 A,le r h< had won the WimbVMM him Hound-ntT" fo, till 1 ,,| don singlelast Julv !., with Ilaby Smile* Win n three an, OUld not turn professional and I got th.-r.1 was surprised |o arhlHi the A A A tviii fa raturn here %  • thai Qana rtaKhar possesse who hayf boi n"' 'hit MiHopni.in 1.1.' punching but: nor a sklppin %  1 %  %  i %  1 iad lha tndurani writing about. of a hoaltbj lion, and the tlmm : aaaa chtuitt statin at) agUtty of jm, Drtaeol, n %  • %  Indaai an ,. an say lru ,t he | TllC iM'-t Of lK>th possible I <" l\ sllllt I Ii | iiicncement gradually incrtasing ! t,p an(i ihe two nmncra-UP, in styp-ad. Do not move your le 1 F-.-ddi.Willi.oi.s and Oon Oaklty. f;ir frum the ground it must l>e lumped aln-n tl the Wembley tr:nInlmg iro'cment. o\ whnli iwaapl ttM track far Q. victorv ride round the stadium irtei au nave practised this it may have been Young's slowtime you will maintain cst hde at Wcmhle, It was cer-j l^rfect balance m nui minei„inlv his greatest. TO-NIGHT at 8,30 Puliic Band Concert By kirn' permission of the 1'i.niinissiniu'r of Police under me Direction of Cap). I'.nsi.n On IIAF..TNGS ROCKS FOR S.P.C.A. FINDS .. Marohl' in.aia. will ba %  •< • • llol, x W;.lclns LOI IS L. BAYI.EY Bo I Ion l.ane lh* I ammanol"! Offflrw Admiaaion \l1,1. I ..11. rtt -hl.k ahaald halt fit h-ld an raaadla. Nlibl an. a-.ia.-aa an aca..H al lava i-irlrmanl -ealhrr '''-VAVrWaWtWAVAVaV invited by the An Btai club WATER POLO There will inpr.i.iu.rnatcn> ,i tin Barbadn \ 1 %  : romniciH'c at 4.S8 p in %  The i: 1 I i'A.-l, Q. Jordan 1 B> 11 Pnrteli and M V B. '.I McCleai %  aadlaa* mar. Pal.-y Ch Ilor, Janic %  '.1. 1 %  B. 11 Hunt. 1 • Phylli %  Hill orlds. 1 i Con' Hits 101 Not Out in-.set 1 nic .1thi i doubt vat) tauch II any beginner ub., can C0P1 rdng ai ucoaad H bo dM i doubt It, Then I will pu) V. man in eaw^orj I lr m 11 O "" >" Lir ': '• : %  PUP \NTiirt'*A r '.Vt" 1 "' J,H ,> ">' 1 '' 1 Pne Mi SI Kill %  hnleian) is partfaularty oui j U ling .,. 11. !, %  : %  Uauani to him by in• of p] ly, tha icon v..1 Tl %  %  .1 la hows uutl Bklppor Qera 1111 MM u cajataal %  HI nnirigj Irw ludi %  is. iibit 5 aVaoa '>g. and Uv a 1 whteh Ennnly by itartlng th.light wa> with capable handling 1 Tlu\ il Do h liver 'lime a, — -•— — K_ PZSS'UO <5AV£ OUT WTM 218 REASOr.5 WMY rr WAS FOO SM FOR BELFRy TO BUY A SUMML PLACE—-A\D -J£RE'S SOW> F picTjRcs cf me MWSE .: %  .^s c t BTTBR \Z*> JP-*T GUMS f ant IKOVS OM A PUUBy |immv ll.ulo %  JbSVT THEY OOH'T X4?PE>< cc6s = COUPLE 1 s,na we SOUSJT w is -re L £M,CW0.' MORO for KIDDIES Scatters & Galloping Horses!! Yes MOBO Bteana ion lor Rirls and bova— null WO have fun sci'jii". em. So come on in nnil join us We'll show you Rrouro* & Mi'i rv ui'KoiMids Tol-t >cles. Scrsoten.— mure |0Y| than a m dream> of! Xnil a word to Mum & Had they're Mrnnc and inexpensive MtB< TOYS k. R. II....IaCf Co.. aLtel. FACTOR\ 1VIANAGERS FOR THE REPAIR SEASON Wf HAVfa a a T, M WHEEL VALVES SCREWED FEMALE ENDS Brat 2"; 24"; i" d M PLUG COCKS Si RCWKD FEMALE I Size .-; | | <: M GLAND COCKS • BRASS STEAM t Size, V : %  • G M TEST COCKS ST NOSE ., "I'l %  baa ', . a nUIFIl STEEL STAUFFER LfURICATORS No. 2; 3; t; S; 8 a HP SCREW DOWN STOP COCKS FEMALE END Size %" • HP SCREW DOWN STOP COCKS FOR LEAD i • C.M SIGHT FEED I.LRHICATORS WITH CYI.INDRICAI. Ol.ASS Size I • SPARE CI^SSFS \ WASHERS FOR ABOVE CALVANIRF PIPE At FITT1NT.S All S. • STFAM PIPE A FITTINGS All Sizes It Out thi Add & Ret.-tin for R CENERAL HARDWARE s i ippuS RICKITT STREET tOppo.lt. Poet OfBeel PHONE 418





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PACT TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THIRSDW (MTOBfR. 1 l.-.2 Qahib Qcdlinq Rupert's Sprin p Adventure—43 *7 L AJ> Y 8m fill Hutimt R.-ilnt %  :.in... %  A Kloi Otl M %  I I. Itiri (w tin I'M// t ; IND MM u I I'tiiii" Ki'iilul the British Mr. Cecil % % % %  IPianist unban and Mr. Gerald Hudson. A M on Tueada Mr ten .. //../ Shirt Iful Skirl T l %  <.% %  igether Club mi their lannil Hot a • Hoi Ball : n niflM Octobt Hudson. A.H I t I id the Hi II %  %  hot shirt and hoi shut. Ad mil Ion will be IQMlon. Kcturiii'ff M IL W WOOD HOUSE, B.A., Ituilding 1* vi topim-nt AdvlMito Development and returned from Trlnid'l I A. <>n Tuesday last. 1 MMMMlMM II'I tin II %  Included dmiliar piece* ehosen from %  8d HbM OtteA Rachmaninofl Mr. Jack reoalvt i llUN from an appreciative .nd ..Ithough this was %  vnaag not the first inn. tor I g yet another chance In i to his keen musical interirebli i station, wait indeed a treat. Mora recitals ,f this nature are lulred in (his island when one ling* raalli t-nim %  and n %  i MM) thi> vill not be Mr. 1 I tart appearamr baton members and their 1 Dd moat certninlv not to %  dteti public in i 1 itlon inrtondod lo the Cultural OAcei c4 the dub ind t<> the RcpM'Miit.itivi v ol the BriU h C >unintmvnt M R. EUSTACE GILL, a formei pupil of the Lodge School left the island on Friday afternoon by B.V.M.A. for Kingston. J,.r where he has taken up a teaching appointment at the Excelsior School. Kingston. Hi is "he son of Mr. and Mrs Gill of Maaslah Street, St. John. Ttiim For Trinii/ml T H E Barbados Welghtliftlng Tcum to take part in tba H..I W.-igiitiifitng Competition in Trinidad. left by H.W.I.A. on Monday. They were — M. H. Webster (Coach). Edwin Rogers. C. Jackman, E. Ihmglas. R. Goddard. B. Grant. G. Jordan. G. Nicholls and F\ Miller. Olvmj)iti livnvral Hinting 'TWIE members uf Olympfa M. Sports Club will hold Unit general meeting at Queen's Park ..fternoon at 4.30 p.tn. Among the Hems on the agenda will be a ballot of new members, ind officers. For 4 nmc Ruptri n ipMchku "II inn SMI on (hot iri bt torn* o* tHc wooden ol tt.r connirr." My* (he firmer. Vo haw faved lbs hedge and rhe iteei end iht inu. (bough foodtt.i knowi whK | M w.u ,„,. hen. Mcin.hiU .ou deteret ra ^^e STARS* Look in the section in whuh >um birthday nd what your outlook Is. according to the stars. FOR THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2 1952 Siva these lor youtsell." Ha a.vei over the grapes and a peach. 'OB. thank vou, how topping!" .tea Rupert £ayina, goodbye he '.mi off and-nest minute he tpiea I cerlily headin f tor Pc~ BM m > %  %  -r,-l' %  -, %  e what I've Clubs May Co-operate LONDON. Another London club planning Coronation scats is the Royal Aero Club in Piccadilly. They have engaged a firm of architects to make a stand for 300 people. It will be built on the cantilever principle, with a striped canopy in Coronation colours. Members will ballot for seats which will cost about £12 12s. aMh, including breakfast and lunch. To avoid a hotch-potch of styles, the adjoining Cavalry and Royal Air Force clubs are conMderlng employing the same architects to build their stands -LEU. fin I/in 's Bahamas Another Delay NASSAU. A meeting of creditors of ButUn's (Bahamas) Ltd. in Nassau has agreed to a further adjournment of three months of :inhi-iimg of the winding up of the concern. Mr. Stafford Sands, a Butlln official. Is completing negotiations for the purchase of the Grand Bahama camp by Mr. William Dunn, of Chicago tMarck 21—April VI problem U DK SjV OUgh 10 r.JtIOIl f TAUatUi 1 April 21 to May : OBMXNI ^j May 21-Jnaa 21 CANCER Jtuu W July 03 I LEO 1 July 24—Aug. othc!* than af rbadians In BOOBPIO Oct. 24—Nov. 22 PUT your linger on any part ( tbt ttobe ind youll prol Phaen the* %  !— % %  i I. ,.,! in Liverpool arul 'unit. 'i in I. till Li %  %  .\ ow, tinindustrial cai Ital ol Bcotlandi in • Edinburgh, the real capital. I met and two others an living In Ai" I hate an just Ihe main 'lirouifl. || this court. and Ml of than • rloing wall Take r<.i Inatance Adall t Patrfcdi ..! praaanl AaaliUi • i.. ( %  Ilt|tlment ..' S. Of AM deen and Morva Leslie 23 n old Barbadi..i. who two (rear gave up hei job M %  bank i li rb %  %  ludj . ScoUand. 'Morva baa nevar np,'rettcd has dsjcisi she was awarded the Jo %  rue for the l*>*l practical mirsiduring Uic first ycaar of training, plus three other awards nurses in the general training school Morva is a student nui tfai s, .i, Oral Ho pital, Cla-gnw. Educated .,i &. Winifreds BcbooL she came to Scotland in AuuiiNt ifl.so to begin a new W* Whs Mn-iiLi.' "BecauM 1 ". -. I've always been InInjll." From the above results she.has shown just how I ihe is. a still llnds time < % %  nia, rtockej .o„t swimming in between her rtudle likes living In Glasgow. With t. 1 n uralnini ..head, ife ys it is rathi r early many p] lllura. A.I i, ntaPatrlck, IB-yi son pi Mi ind Hi I Patrick ol "Eureka", I Road. Christ Church cam* U> In IMI to study soil oiiu. .,: Abardei n Unl %  Kit,sj he is known to most of la, was educated at HarH whan in 1943 and l4 he gamed the Oxford and Schc* I ( rtnlcate and he following year obtained the buord ami CambrtdM B Higher Certificate. He also holds i lull honours certificate ol ih. iyal Drawing Society. Altei winning a Bovel Scholarship HI July 194.1 he entered the Imperial CoUag* ai Tropical Vgricultura, Trinidad and in ihree %  w a rded the college's liploma. The first three years in Scotland were spent in study and rcsaartb m soil science ami in Mav 19.11 he submitted a thesis on this — the degree of Doctor t PUloaoph] Two months later i Hie degree. EMPIRE >iIO'.ITomorrow 2.3* A l.3t and continuing Ifctily 4.43 A g.30 yVAlTED-LONG REMEMBERED' BURT |ANCASTFR FALL MEN pflV Pill. FOSTER Like lus father, he is a keen l-lioioiirapher. and has been concentrating on the adaptability of mlour photography to soil science In addition to his work and photography, he plays a great deal of rugby and has developed a great liking for mountain cllmbng. in ins present post, he Is coninulng to carry out research on IIH ie temporate regions". His future plans? "Fltz" says. "I plan 10 remain in Scotland as long as possible where tarourablt condiUom fin* research are to be found, especially now that we have )ust moved m to new laboratories". and follow through t.. methods, marketing > fullj watched. Be tuned to detect unxp<< good openings. ^ Your day's indic.itior.s saj your aflb sk win naad in Waste no time oil noncaeentials. Be on the beam! JL. * \ As with Taurus now. you will extra .are in bow you approach other.. JQ\ Conduct important thing* 'irst and well * May bo dull in spots for i business routine. Concentrate on what you know you cat bassos* properly. Private affairs honoured. )|* * *. Bright rnys for heart interests, family -^ S3 matters. Butuiej-s investments, travel, ask mf more care Watch outsuie influences, seek • • Practically in same boat as Leo todav. Aug. 2S—aspt 23 i^evel-headedness can help considerably. T* Your are not alone in bard chores, strugJf gles. Unseen fneiuis pulling for you. ^K LIBRA Unmistakable lessons before us In what J^ aept 24—Oct. 23 comes from arrogance nnd other such egotUtlc Ills. Work against these troublemsjoan .,iv.i.-. Jtr • • • V. Accept graciously any increas,. in au^ thority, gains, courtesies. Don't change attitudes or quality of work in unwarrantad uutdon ^t * k H Try to avoid a tendency to pass up hard Jar -Dee. 29 „ r %  ,,,,,,,1, %  tasks lor easy ones. Use your +( all-round capability to conquer hazards with good humour la • May have \tra load but don't allow it 81 to cause doublS, krrltatkKL Ikyour seri. OUS. pr a ctic a l. lOOd humoured self ^ No irt-up m Kim* unaolead situations? ^ Keep on the IntatU lent, logical side. Some ^ personal mutters very favoured. * * StratftKoni. diplomary cun make a bulls % < M today. Daart noci to ba %  inlui • % %  > ._ discern good from bad. ^ 4t YOU WHIN TIlllAY 1 ^ chatnclerislli's. Vou can l>e reh.il upon 10 %  lnjlh derco to do ^the ritht thinns tor all corner,,,,!, nothing Jim,,),.,nd. 1 ..uoul you Naturally calm. UIUI ,, r'u ^ be arouscl to (ujoroui ml '• llu , * *"T"'V ******** --" "" i'Uie TOBAY ONLY Ml aaasl Ml P.M. iitciiKss or IIIAHO Esther WILLIAMSI.. IWBJ M.NSON and PlAsCA THEATKEi 443 a S30 pin IIOI III \V All AIM' K.ilx-il Mlt.-hi.m A -T1TCOON" J..hn Wmyrw MORVA LESLIE (l.iftl of B.ubado nrl Jai.. t r^i.^ih^raon. -tudent nurse* at thr> Southern Oanaral Hosplt.il. ticUgeW, esarains llio prises they won at their last annual examin.it. — in % %  "Hnii. fit, Oiaapowj GENUINE BOHEMIAN GARNETS MOUNTED ON SOLID QOLO PENDANTS. RINGS, EARRINGS. NECKLACES. BRACELETS ALFOXSO B. UK I l>l A A 4 O., LTD. OPPOSITF. i .1 um Mill •EXCELLENT VALUE Hi -I III Mill I M.I I:,, |-| MI ,, %  v ,., II \ si KYII I N. | II V1-. HOWLS. SAI MIS STI' t'l'T GLASS—JICS. JAM Pills VMM ,.| S SKS, I, l-T r.LASSKS riAl II >lllll\s | |, ••* %  rl.nwi K v A sis— srri:itioit nit in; \ n n IXKIIII N\\ VIII vssoRlr'i) sn \i>t s ATTENTION HOTEL KEEPERS III \VV Ol UatTI U t MIMI N SAUOIPANI I1ROUN I AK1IIINW \ltl IS lt<.> SK.AKS t



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Mobile Cinema, Graeme Hal! Yard
Ch. Ch 7.30 p.m

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| Wednesday.
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PUSAN; KOREA, Oct. Chee red ° net
Forty-i've Chinese Communist prisoners were citled | Fore. rn cD nitegrstate
nother 120 injured in a battle between United State CAIRO, Oct, 1. i — tc rAgveed
’ ) . 7 7h
iidier guards and Red captives that threatened a renewal 1 Ghia fohamumed Naguib, a orem «
f the Comm Ua ie ale ae , “ ag ¥5 trongman Premier pre- sent forni
he Communist defiance « n Koje Island .Mupltated tn the most thunderous ble. But the U.S. fee
: The’ battle between United States infantry:men id i 1O back country tour jnot re w me proposa
i Chinese captives armed with stones, barbed wire w rappé i We ln: se when he told an es use “a Seep bers
staves and tentpoles was fought at 7.30 a.m. on Tuesday on { 200,000 ihrong at Zz | jin the couptry¥ roigyat 3 very
Cheju Island where 20,000 Chinese prisoners includin nae. Purana its } OOo a forsee a coup with
n A” ee os fos i‘ place under the sun t seeable consequences.
5,000 Communists are imprisoned. Bee See dinie- ra). aser leseaess? is | Britain does not wish teocl
P Pp wae U_N Es Prisoner Command ook © packed station square, | WASHINGTON, Oct, 1 i door abrupt! ut also icels
r id not disclose whether the sol-; he General repeatedly waver | wel Adlai Stevenson aim-|that nothing can | on by fur-
esents apers diers used guns to subdue the |} » at neal ar nzied cout @ayrer cet } wer pley at independent |ther appeasing of Mossadegh, nor
prisoners who fought from behind }elow as ihey interrupted is voters On Wednesday while Gen.|does she consider the Communist
; jready-made barricades — stone ; nazjonwide } roadcast almost every U. S. 8TH ARMY GUNNERS r ter anguish as they await firing of their big cight-incher at Commun Dwight Eisenhower and President|threat quite so minent a
j We alls forming the foundation of} | ninute, ist pesittor the Korean front he gun is a self-propelled woapon. Trumién serimmaged over foreign Americans do, source aid. Con
I tives a ee ee cap-| “I am proud of you all. I con- International Soundphoto) poliey ; gultations in W ashingtor and Lon-
TE vetcaeat th sider you my soldiers, though you _ —— “| Governor Stevenson opened aldon are being steppe up © find
foe dike ae To mantt | work outside the army’, he said ; No-Gey con erence n Spring-Ja compromise on the next move
| . ~ in 2a ti h sall Yr ur nf < j hele inols, with a programme * : .
dla ona tea: meget cal erates Cy han De vation met Jewelle jontnols With « RORAME) Cabinet Discussion
jPrison camp number three A. 4):+6 our move. And you will see 1 Wyatt, Democratic nominee’s} , The British Cabinet on Wednes-~
'when prisoners refused to obey - at it succeeds”. ; r mpaign manager, to films pre- day—-for the second day running
| the direct order of the Camp Com-|*'"7 5. sams alwaves been the ac nm red by Hollywood for the Stev considered the tricky situatior
| mander to stop the demonstration. | .,.@°53/8 Stein tater on C ttee and was understood to have agreed
| stronghold *of uationalist feeling eC mar Ommittee that every effort should be 7
| | The demonstration had begun | li was a that the ‘worst’ riots Po rt-of- in fica ane arenes — SOO to maintain the joint front wi
: after guards moved in to organize ney lop. d last October after the : ‘ednesday night with some 20 the United States in approac
tails to co e work o yin-| Jbrogation of the 1986 treaty with tie leaders of volunteer: : ; maaan .
details to continue work on wir : : ing Mossadegh on his new pro
‘ter quarters. Communists flaunt- Britain, Egypt’s good name at er u ar ar e (From Our Own Correspondent) Ger Eisenhower, whistle-stop- anal s
“ed Red banners and defied United | presen’ resounds throughout the F _PORT-OF-SPAIN, ,, cing through Michigan, charged The ultimatum expires Saturda
, States infantrymen to act against | W ort@”, General Naguib declared. = Port-of-Spain’s latest “racket t speech that Democrats are: 4 speedy action will be requir
, them. It was the first such open | "The Nile Valley people now de- . is one in which tricksters are re : aking a political football out of ed, though Mossadegh has not in
| defiance since paratroopers under! serve their rightful place under (From Our Ov» Correspondent) ported to be fleecing peagis, = oreign policy dicated in his note the nature of
| jthen Brig. General Haydon L.| the sun. Let us preserve this LONDON, Oct. 1, men, goldsmiths and ph si - He said that no matter how|)i-" tanks with British Charge
| tontnee launched a drive that | achievement” The seven-man Cuban delegation to the International |‘ rs of thousands i do! ars vy ‘epublicans co-operate in foreign) p); ‘Affaire: in Teheran George
crushed prisoner defiance on Koje The Premier will return to Bghe 2 ert ee a ar ai rie ment. which will provide trading in fake jewellery ; re Yalrs, Democrats do not give) widdleton or what the consequen-
Island last June Cairo this weekend after two brief ougal u want a ne pat sete eng Ps This jewellery, according to re em eredit at election-time bu ces would be
|v tis to Delta towns, their count vith a bigger market in the Empire ports, is being lodged at some of irge them with — isolationis There have been carlier suggé
| Former Methods | Big Reception The Cubans who are attending { |the a eenecee or) jarge d ignorance of ao affair tions in Teheran that Iran would
sie sath Are . 7 nies sis , ake *« speci; " i op i ‘s ne) rec a 50- Ss renders ms k k inlo
; 3 . General Naguib eceived an|'bis week's special Committee ums “Of money OF Ons B ur in such an event break dip
Prisoner command said prison-| jjmost equally tumultous recep-| Meeting of the Council have open- »pterare Al jcalled “bargain” prices to unsus President Truman gave an matic relations with Britain. Frit
ers were “reverting to for mer | tion when he arrived at Sifta in}°4¢ UP an office in suite 505 at | Services pecting housewives and ordinary) jess at ceremonies ded cating ish Ambassador in Washington S
} patterns of violence“ in challeng-| ¢yorht4 Province, where he was] —laridge’s | . vorking folk by men masquerad~| ¢4m-near Kalispell, Montana. Oliver Franks, and his adviser
| ing United Nations authority. To- | sreeted by a crowd of 100,030 There the plan for World Sugar | he Cathedral ing as licensed jewellers ld previous Montana audiencti| have been instructed to seel
day’s outburst was the bloodiest | The throng cheered the General | Talks was revealed by Dr, Arturo | First clue to the racket was un ring nine stops, that Gen, Eisen-|early understanding with — th
conflict since United Infantrymen | ioe uuarten Of an, hee, Manas, master planner Sets i Lie following services will covered by a cones Rupr wp nower has “surrendered to the|State Department and to cmph
| ; broke Communist resistance on | . ift: > General | ugar industry It is lope , ae : ae re vas offered a pair of gold bangles] |. ctionary Republicans Taft aNd] size the need to keep up the join
LEAVING the White House is Geor- nearby Koje. os Ss ieee Silnee ee that U.N.O. will take it up 5 ppothoey fia ig Miohnet’s at a “bargain” in a Port-of-Spainf{ ey , ape front in view of Mossadegh’s
gi Zarubin, new Soviet Ambassa- A few minor incidents have teen of the corporal who was} The 52-year-old Doctor said his 7.30 . m Holy ee ar jrum shop. The salesman first Qther political developments] known tactics aimed plitt
dor to the U. S., after he presented, | taken place in the United Nations the only man killed in the July |country wants to sell more to ” eiSarporate oO wanted $300 for the bangles bit? ore: Kirstly Senator Robert | the alliance
his credentials to President Tru-| | prison camps since but they had coup which forced King | Britain. “We can convince your )| ah oa om 1! accepted a little more than $100} >). 5, campaigning far Gen. Misel _UP.
man. He told the latter that the been quickly suppressed under the} SF™Y | coup Soe ‘pee. | government that increased im nen 2 Visiting | Then the purchaser got the re nnessee used th
Soviet Union is “striving” to 'U.N’s “get tough” policy. oe : smaelee ie aoialeetl f Cuban sugar would not dam- 1.30 1 Wek wine) bangles tested at a reputable jew- tministr we, “deliberately * °
aintai i i i i See Oye cee ; age agreements with Empire pro- 4-00 Pm whe svensong ery ests ant é liseov- |, we 7
ey pe relations with | Communists have found such! wife and gave her five hundred sae Sarees my I and ‘Bermen, eller’y cotatd nent oe fern de manipulating the wage price spira! reig er
te U. S. The Chief Executive as~ incidents in prison camps to be{ Egyptian pounds.—WU.P. , be : 1 his' Preacher: The Rev. ered that they were @ i dviving It up in election year ¢
sured .Zarubin that the United | : iceniara a -oatieel Doctor Manas warmed up to his, copper bangles, The jewellers} ., they might yave an apparent e
i. =A \of considerable propaganda value theme “we are here” he said ‘to J. M. Dennington. mt then found y ve a é e
States “desires only to see a world They have accused U.S. of e ® revent catastrophe involving alt Sublect; | ““Bersonal Thee thay taken in sortie spi ean wane Id a sie fhe e t ne I
wheres triendtypmetghberly res | tations exist between every coun- ootmedtting » upgrsgeutions” and ° Ss oO Is] ppsar eo nnd haee sae ares and Community rious jewellery and had paid out? ok of the administration’s
trv.” (International Soundphoto) “atrocities’ against them e iv Pur SEHah (oe : "Te camae their | (Church Army, a lot of money for it ingerous” fiscal policies if Mv. From Our Own Correspondent)
—UP. W t I d ations v ; ; S C.28.-%. (at s.ovenson was elected BORT LORRAIN: Oct
consumption without impairing} _L. 6B. Cc. G. B. A PORT-OF-SPAIN ri
_ es n 1es their eric Doctor Manas F.B.S. Scouts, at- Ki t U. S. Shi secondly, Senator Jobn aie - The ‘Zenith’ which mysterioush;
Liberals Lead B it s Launch also said that Britain was Includ- tending. rs ip wan at akech ethyl” a nates! vanished without trace
evanite } (From Our Own Correspondent) ed ronde ‘McCarthyism ag Christmas eve durir a vo
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 1.|&4; the | - Kqu L To Fire | \iiveat even worse than Commun- «ee
j . ‘ : ey ’ a The Doctor is in favour of tl “q ippec oe 3arbados to Br n Guian
| Four British Members of Pat-Jupiack Pact” signed by the S« n vas left waterlogged “to fend
In Japanese New Campaign liament—two Labourites, and tw sialist Gace nent and says Arabs Shoul Be G uided Missiles r “Hysterical” 1 teole by a freighter < aptain when
Elections MORECAMBE, England, | Conservatives will tour 2 num lmroula continue, On top of 800] 4 ited Ins , c Albaman fold a rally in] iyo diape ouf of Bastedee, This
Oc h. er » ; i a -“?7n00 tons of ubar sua ric »ARIS, Oct ic ew orK, ia senna ” story was given ere oday )
The “party within party” of| nies later this year, They ave|Britain is called upon to buy eac | rhe United ee fauniched| Joseph McCarthy’s = “hysterical” | Alfred Peters, a crewman of the
By ERNEST HOBERECHT Ane © Be ran launched a new all members of the United King-|year until the end of 1953, Doctor M E D he Ais’ atarohi 5 oe uipped beri hods are “the last ditch poli- schooner “C. L. M, Tannis” whi
aneurin ya din tinal dom branch of ‘ the Common-|Manas said that Cuba is prepare: qd} VO ORnd OR, ONO : I : il manoeuvres of party} teenage nephews Sonny, G
TOKYO, Oct. 1 campaign to make Britain’s future) © Ith P li tary Association|to sell another 500,000 tons a year | ania 7 ire true guided missiles and more ikrupt of idea and Clarke Peter Lisappeare
Conservative parties, led by| foreign policy one strongly oppos- ; nd the *Trinida th r ones: oe tor sterling. : S iy cota Wee has pe Un Get fee nano el Thirdly Senator McCarthy an-] with the “Zenith” ee
eS ett 7 7, an dac > com- s : Secretary of State Dea t “1 States secret: of the were 4 owe 4% -
Premier Yoshida’s _—“Liberals”}¢d_ to that of aid even the perty | prising all members of the Leg- “We would use sterling to bi on said at ‘his Press Dantianc: io ae Sint 1: re nounced he would reveal his} Peters claimed that a sé
took a nuge lead Wednesday night| | Flushed by ve ee ‘We anual ifative Council will meet|more manufactured goods in Bri n Wednesday, that it is highly] Ki ball Iso. told ss con-}| documented history” of Governor) off a freighter who called at Trini-
ao returns poured in from Japan’s| executive election at the annual): fo liy Getaher- 10° to ms “a ain” he added is t désirabie ; af he : Kimball also told a pre | Stevenson when he goes toldad a few days ago said the
first election since the end of|labour party atari Pe pebes| Peat 8 t se: ” tt i f or \ > fi “j be co sult i ye the ferenRe neh Se Have. wee FeeCy Chicago. However, the Wisconsin] “Zenith” when sighted a few 9
zs , f Pavanites we . tformn| arrangements for their four o1 rab nations be consulted in the}to rush bombs to Europe immed- ago. ; f a
2d occupation. Bevanites went to the platfor - ie : L ( rush 2 blican did not reveal wher arbados. was leaking t
Pienplets returns apparently] today to push for more socialist|five-day stay in the colony. he en period of any Middle) jately in case of war. That wil oF He ‘told the vaily ib san’ ethartomese. ; The freighter
assured the election of 152 can-|foreign policy. A government — _ Spokes nan Referendum East Defence Organization. He declined to name the guided Bridgeport, Connecticut, that “we| Captain offered to tow the schoo
Tahtom . ver f the Genne Lee, Bevan'’s wife, and! stated there is no political signifi- Ach ud In answer to the] missiles vessel for security reasons mig : Nie ‘dngiel ant itieh Ci ee he cot
lidates to the lower house 0: ne 7 . ’ y a have done a careful job of docu-] er into British Guiana on the cor
f i ies ali ‘hard H. S. Crossma ance to be attached to the visit | que stior at the United States ven to say yhere it ,
Japanese Diet from three parties] journalist Richard H, S, Crossman, ; . : a ther @ ing}?! even lo say where it WaSl menting against “horse meat] dition that the schooner be t
generally regarded as Conserva-|roused the crowd with attacks on|and that the M.Ps will have a Bill Post one |! ; reulated to o se ents launched, He explained however! agar and we will give it to the] over to him as a prize on arriva
five. At stake in to-day’s elec-| United’ States policy. \look at labour conditions and cou 3 rae Te ane tacea oD a that it was equipped with guided] american people before the No-] When Japtain Tannis refused the
tions were 466 seats. The Upper | social services, | Br 1 proposals for such a de€=| missiles to shoot down aircraft and vember election.”—U.P. offer, the freighter left
H ise is not affected in the bal- Crossman began under a _ bar- ROME. Oct. 1, | fence organization. that others also would have ; F
lating. E : rage of loud boos when he said ” e Premier Alcide De Gasperi He said he thi that the Amer- guided missiles for offensive! wee ol ae alll
Liberals led the Conservative| he had toned down his oe Strong Russian Christian Democrats beat down |<" Bi ws are in 8CM=) potion against sea and ground tar-|
sweep when 117 of their candi-| after winning a place op the party Communist led opposition la tieeae lea fet ns ha also gets in war |
Gar, wom gets In Tt Te ey aia a] Delegations Tea U.N. [niet sans, wen senste «pprov! os usted nanan fave al ur. |
: ag section of the party also be of a measure to postpone legis!s-| heir i 8
Prt teenpiite "figures indicat 1d] in ‘ pei: pcg’ i Gemarnee ' by | By HENRY SHAPIRO tion to set up machinery for hold (spose if he estab. sist ment of Ti B P t
00,000 Japanese went to; moderate labour leaders in thei an ing popular referendums in Ital) J ; ume mb P lan ad
on or pM 5 28 percent,| attacks on Bevanism. { Soviet Ru eer ore a | z here beet ve por here- Mi 0
" : ’ : soi “ pan ite : Sovie SSia added two mo The show of hands vote can tofore t I ished to set
. ate he turnout He said “the war is quite in-; : ’ ) | ;
Goan Was eset eon of 74{evitable if the rearmament race|¢e diplornats Wednesday to its/on the Government proposal jup such an organization regard- In Mexican Airliner
reent. set in 1949. Liberal party] continues. The first fact to face delegation to the United Nations] ut aside the referendum bill, ani|less of whether Arab countric : yy
vistory ld indicate that. the|is that Russia and the Unitea| Assembly which meets in New |{o give first priority to a measur: |expressed interest, while it i MEXICO CITY, Oct, 1.
vistory Wow ae . Pp 2 States are getting stronger with bat < on October 14, to set up a Supreme Court. Boti/ insisted that Eastern countrier| Attorney General Francisco De
J Ss eople approve Premier} g B g
focaida’s Th j " a close co-| rearmament while the rest of us - Andrei Gromyko, Ambassa-fthe referendum and the cou:t| understo: at the United States| La Vega said that ex-convict
Yoshida's with the, United States grow weaker.” oe ~ Britain and Arkadi Sobo-} were. called for in Italy 19 should be broughy in o ny initial| Fmilio Arellano Schetelige, 48 |
operation wi UP —UP. lev, Ambassador to Poland were | .onstitutional provisions lanning \ | and Variety Show producer vaeo)
and the West.— named to the already powerful ’ Asked whether the United States | Sierra, 42, well known baritone,
| delegation headed by Mr, Vishin- Debate on the bill to give the|and Britain were at present in ac were “the principle participants
More Affiliates Favour right of way to the” Suprem:| ena te ern ere ne animes Pra,
J ny Western observers here}Court bill was bitter th om-| 4 t fi olin in such n a Mexican Airway airline
: é 9 believed Russia may launch a new | munist charging that E ver! defence nizat Acheson jin an alleged $208,000 insurance |
d | diplomatic offensive at the As-|ment was mano ‘ring for re replie ne uld not answe lot. He sald both confesrcd they |
CLA. Meeting In B OB \sembly meeting They predict }|year’s gene: ‘ tio opr. es or t it that it was high lanted the bomb in the alleged
ol | a1 Far Eastern Peace of- alia EE = ta esir important that the tlempt to wreck the D.C, 2 plane |
¥ . ~ ‘ ‘fen otve r the “peace” confer- ] t ulted at an earl put “only as hirelings of a supe |
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Sept. 30, [ence ates ‘We “penta 6 ae ta ; L be y
; which opens Thursday in - wy riminal
Two more of six British Guiana affiliates of ee nal? -eiping Su George Seel — "The ide ntity of the third major !
bean Labour Congress are in favour of a meeting of a fuli} Mr. Gromyko arrived in Mos . Y" . see Tas . uspect was not immediately re-
congress of the organization in Barbados to consider the| co w Bo eis from London aed Sar Crown Agent U.S. W riter W ill eased but police said a "ati gee
i ¥ 5: 2, |} promptly obtained visas to atten L f s t earch was underway. Mean- |
question of member organizations i ig ae to} he United Nations Assembly. It Sir John Calder, Senior Crown Lecture In India ime four other persons including
affiliate to the World Federation of Trade Unions and that) 2. ‘disclosed alse that Soboley{Agent for the Colonies and Si: 2 Saabs: Meeker: ‘wane Seid ant
of the dissolution of the London branch of C.L.C. | will attend.—U.P, Harold Downie, Second Crown WASHINGTON, Oct, 1. uspected accomplices \
These are the British Guiana et Agent will retire 30th April, Mrs. Dorothy S. Norman, New The Sierra Opera’ singer,- and
Labour Union and the Cosmopol- i953. The Secretary of State for} York writer, has been awarded a tage producer is the husband of
itan Workers Union and __ their the Colonies has appointed Sir| grant under the Educational Ex-] ihe wealthy Esperanza Iris, well
stand on the invitation from EGYPT'S BIG MAN RATE is SAL UTE George Seel, at present Com; -| change Programme of the Inter own Latin American. She was
Honourable Grantley Adams of troller, Development and Welfare | @tional Information Administra- rostrate with grief at the news!
Barbados, president of the Con- pene Organisation and British Co-| tion, to lecture in India Mrs. ut expressed confidence in her |
gress, to state whether or not & |Chairman of Caribbean Commi:-| Norm Wy vill arrive in New isband’s innocence.—U.P. |
they favoured a zepting of the ” ok ion, to be Senior Crown Ager mee hi eek, will begin a ten-
Council of Congress in Jamaica in 7 { the Colonie i Sir Ge o | wee tou throughout India at fu 7 Ke :
the near future to consider ques- z Hasdeinrd took wiioes” terme’ 13 | Vari 4 rsities speaking onf UK. Warned About Whenever you want a cigarette
tior i imilar to that taken by i Rasatnor of Sierr Y aichik et) he ‘ of art and literature
the British Guiana Trade Union } 7 7 “ *h tiv of the ex ‘ 2 » A:
the British Guiana, Trade Upion | Jend next year, to be Second], “pbiective of ‘he x-| Tran Oil Purchases! remember
gressive Party, that the questions yrown pes a € appoini- understanding of WASHINGTON, Oct
od sbamem te mér wi ake effect or abo t State in other co . - ae
are of too great importance for Ist May next ei - aor Responsible quarters said on bs ih s the TOBACCO that counts
the Council of Congress alone to } : sane +3 founder Wednesday that Britain has told ee
decide oH bl | . 4 Ay a icat the United State that any oi 6
Thi MOVE 9 onouraple | ak 4» | bought from Iran in the presen
‘ 00 mmittee Y
Grantley Adams to purge West Your Satisfactory | India in Decem: {circumstances will be consideres
Indian peoples movements of re- pers Mga : tolen property” and all possible
liz th the estab- ‘ he American
affiliations came wi é BELC Oct +t ? ction will be taken against them
lis hment recently of Inter-Amer- eta ee RK « tee for Econor ic 7 pparentl se emir rid
; ahh ‘ A five-man Yugosl nilitas ; and 1952 iis apparently was a wé
= Cee ho | delegation on We day ret are u.p.| #gainst possible purchasers of oil
ional i CP ies led from tour of Greece peels "lfrom Iran by Walton Jones
ade Unions.—C.P. | Turkey . lous § :American oil executive, or any
a nure itreme! tisf é \Mr. S.E.V Luke CMG To her potential buyer before
AGRICULTURAL ADVISER pene eee : . sae (Britain gets a settlement’ fait
TO VISIT TRINIDAD Ip We beeen i ucceed Sir George Seel | i:;snatization of its oil property
Mr. A, de K. Frampton, C.M.G the del on held + The Secretary of State for the [ran
Agricultural Adviser to the Comp- Jak lie yur V c f »poir ted Mr. Jones has been for several week
troller for elopment and Wel- is Originally ine mer £ I ‘ C.M.G. Assistant |in Iran where hi presence has|
fare, will fly to Trinidad on the as a friendly gest but nat I ey Secretar f State for the |caused rumors that his com;
h tnt r order to attend the ON AN INSPECTION TOUR of a hospital in Alexandria, Egyptian ly we discussed mar tters of |( ‘ { il Office to be |may be planning to bu bstan-
second et f th governing Premier Gen. Mohammed Naguib pauses to exchange salutes with a m terest De lopment and |ti amount of l hn the}
t } ter ribbe young patient. Having ousted King Farouk and two premiers, Naguil I yeneral a i th W N ci anc nians | e been unable t f
F I erving own minister of defense and m ater of the r I Car ce tr O1ZE |
He v etur th Ot avy ddition t the premiership on {I an O : | , sees
October Internationc u U.P Z ~—U.P _

WAITING FOR TE HIG







NOISE ON KOREAN FRONT

U.S., U.K. Differ On
Approach To fran

°

By K. C, THALER
LONDON,
Anglo-American differences holding up the decision on
replying to Iranian Premier MohammedsMossadegh’s “ui-
} timatum” proposals for settlement of the @il dispute threat-
| en to weaken the joint front put in the Truman-Churchill

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PAGE TWO





— Carib Calli

| By SEEL, wife of Sir George
Sec Comptroller De

Successful Musical Recital







‘ST NIGHT an I iati
velopment and Welfare tu ee 3 sudience Hetened: ¢ :
to" Barbados on = Monda »Y cal Recital it St. Michael
B.W.1.A from Antig after Cathedral which was arranged b
spending tém says thee. Mr. Gerald A.R.C.M

Director on Visit his Church is now. celebrating
M* AND MRS. W. F. BRYDEN the Patronal Festival of St
were arrivals from Trinidad Michael and All Angels and the
by B.W.LA. on Tuesday Mr. ” usie througecut was appropriate
Bryden is a Director of A. S, The soloists included Mrs. H
Bryden and Sons, Ltd., Trinidad. St. ¢ Tudor Mi John K ”
Hot Shirt. Hot Skirt oe - — : pee. Bands-
wi aike anc sOV c ne
"T= MANAGEMENT of the ; olice Band were the instrumen-
Gettogether Club are holding <9)jst<
their anfiual Hot Shirt, Hot Skirt Mr. Keith Lawrence. treble
Dance at_the Children’s Goodwill ;ojojist of the Cathedral Choi:
League (Hall), Constitution Road ) ndered I wn Alpha and
on Sa urday night October 4th, Omega But the highlight of the
1992 evening's perfor nee wie There
Prizes will be given to the \ac Wa in He cand play a7 i '
couple with the prettiest hot shirt Hudson and pecially com
and hot skirt. Admission will be posed for the festival
by invitation. It was an evening of fine en-
Returned tertainment and the audience look
R. W. WOODHOUSE, forward to many more recitals of

A.R.1.B.A., Building Develop-
ment Adviser to Development and
Welfare, returned from Trinidad
by B.W.LA. on Tuesday last.

Venezuelans Return

R. AND MRS. MAURICE De

VERTEUIL and four children
of Trinidad who are now resident
in Venezuela, returned home on
Sunday by B.W.LA,. via Trinidad
after spending two weeks’ holiday
as guests at Maresol Beach Flats,
St. Lawrence,

They were accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. F. Delannet and their
two ghildren who have also been
spending.a holiday here. Mr. De
Verteuil and Mr. Delannet are both
employees of Schlumberger Ser-
vicing Co., Venezuela.



Barbadians In Scotland = ru rasm

PUT your finger on any part of
the globe and you'll probably find
at least one Barbadian staying
there, That's the impression I
get after four and a half months
in Britain. anyway. Besides the
small “colony” in Liverpool and
perhaps a larger number in Lon-
don (mostly students) at least six
are working in Glasgow, the in-
dustrial capital of Scotland: In
- Edinburgh, the real capital, I met
four more—visiting the Festival
and two others are living in Aber-
deen, These are just a few of
the many scattered throughout
this country, and all of them are
doing well

Take for instance Adsil Fitz-
Patrick at present Assistant Lec-
turer in.the Department of Soil
Science in the University of Aber-
deen and Morva Leslie, 23-year-
old Barbadian, who two years ago
gave up ‘her job as a bank clerk
at home to study nursing in
Scotland.’*Morva has never re-
gretted her decision. Last year
she was {Warded the John Laing
Memorial prize for the best prac-
tical nurse during the first year of
training, plus thre@-other awards
for junior nurses in the general
training school. Morva is a stu-
dent nurse at the Southern Gen-



eral Hospital, Glasgow,
Educated at . “Winifred’s
School, she came to Scotland in

August 1950
career. Why

to begin a new

nursing? “Because”,
says Morva, “I've always been in-
terested insit.” From the above
results she«has shown just how
interested she is.






MORBVA LESLIE (left) of Barbados and Janet Farquharson, student

this kind in the

Spent Summer Holidays
RK. GEORGE CRICK, Student
of the University College of
the West Indies, returned to
Jamaica by B.W.LA. om Tuesday
after spending the summer holi-
days here with his parents at
ston House, St. James.
Mr. Crick is doing
inird year in Arts,

Student Returns
Nh R. H. GOODING, Student and

son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T
Gooding, “Stronghope”, St

future



now

hi

Thomas, returned to England by
B.W.1.A./B.0.A.C, on Tuesday
after spending his summer vaca-

tion with his parents





|

j

ADSIL FITZPATRICK
Morva still finds time for ten-|
nis, hockey and swimming in be-!
tween her studies and she quite |
likes living in Glasgow. With two
more years training ahead, she
says it is rather early to make too
many plans for the future,

|





Adsil FitzPatrick, 25-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs, E. . Fitz-
Patrick of “Eureka”, Enterprise
Road, Christ Church came to;
Scotland in’ 1948 to study soil
science at Aberdeen University
“Fitz”, as he is known to most of



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Piano Recital



AST “NIGHT at the British
Council, Wakefield, Mr. Cecil
Jack, young Vincentian Pianist

gave a recital to the members and

friends of Olympia Club.
The programme included

fam-

iliar pieces chosen from the works
of Chopin, Schuber, Grieg, Rach-

maninoff and Schuman.

Mr. Jack received rounds of
applause from &n_ appreciative
iudience and although this was
perhaps not the first time for

yme of us, yet another chance to

listen to his keen

pretation was indeed a treat.
More recitals of this nature are

required

musical inter-

in this island when one

can really enjoy an _ evening's
entertainment and it is to be
hoped that this will not be Mr.

Jack's
Olympia

before
their

last appearance
members and

friends and most certainly not to

the Barbadian public in general.

Deep appreciation is extended
to the Cultural Officer of the club
ind to the Representatives of the
British Council for making the
Recital possible.

Transferred

RS. R. K. GONZALES was an

arrival from Trinidad

the weekend. She was accom-

panied by her mother Mrs. Scott-
Johnston.

Mrs.
join her tusband who has been
here for six weeks, He has been
transferred by the Barclays Bank
o the local Head Office here.
They are living at Maresol Beach
Flats until they secure a home in
which to take up _ permanent
residence.

his friends, was educated at Har-
tison College where in 1943 and
1944 he gained the Oxford and
Cambridge Schoo! Certificate and
he following year obtained the
)xford and Cambridge Subsidiary
Higher Certificate. He also holds
1 full honours certificate of the

Royal Drawing Society,

After winning a Bovel Scholar-
arship in July 1945 he entered the
{mperial College of Tropical
Agriculture, Trinidad and in three



years was awarded the college's
liploma
The first three years in Scot-

land were spent in study and re-
search in soil science and in May
1951 he submitted a thesis on this
subject for the degree of Doctor ,
ot Philosophy. Two months later |
he was awarded the degree.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

——

Will Further Musical

Studies
ADELINE
Teacher

WALKER,
of

ISS
Assistant
Christ Churoh Girls’ School,
the island by B.W.I.A. on Monday
last for the U.S.A. ’
Miss Walker is on a six months’
holiday and during her stay there
will be the guest of her cousins



‘a, 42
For a ume Rupert is speechless.
“If this goes on these trees wil!

Mr. A. Cuthbert Walker, Attorney be some of the wonders of the
at Law, and Dr. Clairmonte country,” says the farmer. * You
Walker, hav =gaved the poles and the

She hopes to continue her trees and the grass, though good-
musical studies at the Boston ness Rnows what else will grow
University of Music during that here. Meanwhile you deserve to
time,

Teaching Appointment
R, EUSTACE GILL, a former
pupil of the Lodge School
left the island on Friday afternoon
by B.W.1LA, for Kingston, Jamaica
where he has taken up a teach-
ing appointment at the Excelsior
School, Kingston.
He is the son of Mr, and Mrs.
Eustace Gill of Massiah Street, St.
John,

Team For Trinidad

HE Barbados Weightlifting
Team to take part in the
International Weightlifting Com-
petition in Trinidad, left by
B.W.LA, on Monday. They
were:— M. H. Webster (Coach),

Clubs May
Co-operate

LONDON.

Another London club planning
Coronation seats is the Royal Aero
Club in Piccadilly.

They have engaged a firm of
architects to make a stand for
500 people. It will be built on the
cantilever principle, with a striped
eanopy in Coronation colours.

Members will ballot for seats
which will cost about £12 12s.

Edwin Rogers, C. Jackman, E, neh ae Sree. ne
Douglas, R, Goddard, B. Grant, G. To avoid a hotch-potch of

Jordan, G. Nicholls and F’. Miller.
Olympia General Meeting

HE members of Olympia

Sports Club will hold their
general meeting at Queen's Park
tomorrow afternoon at 4,30 p.m.
Among the items on the agenda
will be a ballot of new members,

styles, the adjoining Cavalry and
Royal Air Force clubs are con-
sidering employing the same ar-
chitects to build their we.

LISTENING
HOURS

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1952
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THE House of Assembly meet today at 3 p.m. to con-
tinue consideration of the local Government Bil] which i
being considered in Committee. During a seven-hour de-
bate on the Bill on Tuesday, 41 Clauses were passed with

relief. Gentle, soothing Dolsa
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- ‘ - izing the excess acid so often the
a : WASHINGTOD In Carlisle Ba
amendments, and three others postponed. \ bas h vn : ae . in y cause of the trouble. Dolsa is
The Clauses already considered deal with the division M vy, that Australia + New ener ee ee to be taken in water so that its
of the island into three areas for the purpose of loca] Gov- rand would take “ ! a e eee eee. en Be soothing solution more quickly
. ‘ = +4 . - on J i ~ es ‘ ft tary 1 ; on pcu *hilip AVidsor |
ecpment ae its i ag Local Franchise, General pro- Rt a Mag aber ake place sce reaches ail the inflamed mucosa
isions as x zy sas ASI v V ‘ a Vesse Blue Sta icardo %
visions as to members and meetings of Local Authorities he Defence Department here ajias. TR Radar. Btudent Prince Il of the stomach wail
and Elections, and offences relating to failure to carry out early tk ont They pointec
certain provisions. vould be the first tim ARRIVALS
x 3 that Austral nd New vealand S.8, Arneta, 4,946 tons, from Martinique oO Sa
_ Today, the Committee will begin after serving their term of office ! y wth the Unlited tam VG Matt Agents
consideration of Part IV of the to retire together in every tnird Britain and France in talks >acoste & Co Ltd a
Bill whick dnl with Committees year on January 16 instead of on South East Asian defence. DEPARTURES RESTORES DIGESTION
and Joint ommitte¢s, April 1} The « Isc consiaered a “
During consideration of the Bill _ that these talks would be of great- poh swing. fy Smadar apche dingeripate
on Tuesday, the Select Committee An idditional amendment to o erest ar mportance to the ’ pe pos bie; meng meagre
ubmitted an amendment to sub- the Clause numbered 21 A. said efence Australia and New ‘ circular muscle, the pylorus, refuses to
use 4 of Clause 16 which deals that the Alderman and .Councit- r nt cent talks of : expand and pass on over-acid food to
vith the appointment. of the lors of the City and District Alder- he AN 1S Military Committee in 1 t the next stage of digestion. Dolsa
airman of the District Council, â„¢em and District Councillors sha!) Siameash Row der ia s Well-Dalaaced
suggesting that the Council may be entitled to be paid the sum of gi viewpoint > di hererantion denoharen
to the chairman such remun- t?n collars for each meeting of S \ titutes the ' Made up in correctly bafanced doses
eration they think reasonable, the Council of the District or a } j of d nee t Australia e . ° £ Dolsa restores Acalthy acid balance
The original sub-clause as set Committce thereof which th é Né ‘aland whereas the First 1cla 5 | without over alkalization of the gastric
out in the Bill was that the Dis- attended, but no such Aldermsz ANZUS strategiy area could be ' juices essential to normal digestion.
trict Council may pay to the Or Councillor shall be paid a describe; the. second line 0 ; Dose: —one Dolsa after meats, repeat
Chairman the reasonable travel- greater sum than forty dollars in efence A earance Te eee
ling and other expenses inciden- respect of such meetings attended ee
tal to his office. in any one calendar year. : P a. ,
Dr. H, G. Cummins (L) said ' Touch With Barbados UNITED NATIONS, roca eer
Mr. G. H. Adams (L) wanted

to know why the Select Commit-
tee had put the sub clause in
that comprehensive way. Al-
though he was not opposing it he
felt that it should have remained
oe set out in the original

ill.

Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) moved that
the clause be postponed in order
that the Chairman’s remuneration
could be defined,

Mr. C. E. Talma (L) said that

that he would accept the amend-
ments to sub-clauses 2, 3 and 4 - os ‘ a ahkow rescue ere 8 sce! P wrec
but not the amendment’ dealing RAILROAD REPRESENTATIVES, police aud others 4 shown at scue operations on scene of wreck of

with clause 21 A. which had just the Lubeck-Hamburg express, which jumped the rails on outskirts of Hamburg, Germany, killing nine per at

ps appa . . a2 sons, injuring 35 seriously. Acetylene torches had to be used to extricate trapped victims. Car shown
been read by the honourable junio? was wr ed around the bridge pillar International Soundphoto
member for St. Lucy. Government a8 ee ee oT eee! ed a ae a ee ee eenaeted ta, SS. C Marsk, §.S
felt that section 140 made pro- s SO. Aca Hea 8 me
vision for expenses incurred in Mr. Adams said it was not ; 6 9 _ - naar Rio Jachal S Del Mundo
travelling by Councillors. The matter of a man being judge in xX ress arns alns hi Ee pel ES
members of the Vestry were not his own case, and explained that ni $8 Colllo, SS. ‘chiean dheabetis ss
paid, but the members of the the appointment of the returning Monte Ayala, SS Gerona $8 Fel

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House were, They happened to officer rested with the District tore, SS Alpha, ‘5S Loide Cuba, 8.8
be a legislative body responsible Council at its Annual General ore one¢ ‘SSIONS Far Richtee, eee 88 Baplore

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Secretary General Trygve Lie Li
rg : ; ; . dor Tradier, S Nazareno, S Same- unnounced that the Russian’s y #e
it bia agreed in Select Commit- for legislation whereas the Council meeting. -n " ss Aiwaki O85. ‘erntl Berter oredentiabe were tadeauate.
Cousin aan chairman of — was more or less an administrative The Clause was subsequently (Prom Our Own Correspondent) even months of this year Cuba : ‘a Mare. 38 5 giulien, 8 S. Zorin’s first intervention was a rewett
and that was whoa” a 58 oy body, hence i bodies were passed, and the two succeeding LONDON, Oct, | has reduced her purchases of Br ss Cupe Hom 8.8" Mar: brief statement that Russia would] ?| bee '
pi aarees os y a principle not at all on all fours. Clauses passed without debate. Cuban ‘sugar delegations at- jch goods by £900,000 compared ore, § 8 Theodox us ss Utien, have comments and amendments |} Dodie |
s . 5 ‘ mbpts se - , Sa oe . ariac . sar’, SS. Katia udsen, SS Taranak . . % — ; . r
He said that at the present Large Districts The House accepted without Sa oan Se ae eee rae or eee. ad last year", scuvann $8. Tenagodus BS Mer 08 the feport of the ap -1}T. 8. GARRAWAY & CO,, Bridgetown
: Bs aten SURE ave te areely ¢ “rwarn le E PSS. han =" ee
Christ Church soouiead’ “etnias? He said that the districts as set ow eer eed a eet ed by the empire-supporting Daily Pye
of $100.00 and the post would be OUt in the schedule were some- must three mionths immediately EXP*¢Ss- Editorially tonight the
that of Chairman of the District what large and he thought that prior to an- election, be ordin- Express urges the President of the ==
"it was right that any expenses arily resident in the local gov- 20#rd of Trade Peter Thorneycroft
Travel incurred in travelling by a coun- erninent electoral area, and the “? °M{er into no undertaking of
cillor or by a member of a sub- next four clauses were agreed ©!) Kind which will provide Cuba 7 eal etait eae
Mr. O. T, Allder (1) agreed Committee should be paid by the to without discussion. y further Zootheids tn, Mae ey :
with the view expressed by the Council. ee, es ; e
honourable member for St,_ Mr. J. C, Mottley (C) said that’ The (ummittee postponed con- , “Protect, sustain and develop y
Thomas re postponement of the looking over Clause 21, sub- sideration of Clause 31 which “mpire producers, Make for- I ren row u
Clause. He said that the Chair- Clause 2 of the original Bill, he deals with the disqualifications eigners come last” it advises him
man of the Work Council might found that the southern district for office, and Clause 32 was Referring to Dr. Arturo Manas,
have to do some travelling when Was entitled to five councillors passed with an amendment that spok-sman of the Cuban delega-

they got the parishes amalga-
mated, The Chairman might be
expected to do a lot of travelling
and he did not see why they
could not be more generous. He
might even have to do more
travelling than the Mayor of the
Corporation,

Dr. H. G . Cummins (L) 5s supposed to have far reaching out debate, and the Commit- ments with your Empire producer on
that clause 140 made anal influence on the functions of the tee accepted, also without de- We can convince Lord Beaver- Be wise
for travelling expenses for every- local government in the island, bate, an amendment reducit brook too.”
one . i enn said wet pay anoene a from six to three consecutive
' ; 4 sit there glibly and without due the the riod during which How?
Mr. O. T. Allder (I) said that “* “ere | ; months the period uring ow? y
he hoped no discrimination would SOOS!4e ation make changes just Councillor may fail to attend ‘The Express editorial asked eee bu

take place between the Chairman
of the Work Council and the
Mayor,

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) pointed
out that a Mayor in charge of
an area with a population of half
a million people only got £500

rov “dd tuba. wit suaranteed cm
a year. He also told the House they should not pass the clauses Council within two months be- P)O\ sc pee T oeea See Oe
that it was the Central Govern- lightly. Di sankl fore the first aay of Janunaey ih. Guban cigars? The people of the 4 fi
ment who would have to come Ss y any year in which an ordinar) British West Indies remember this Vi " vid ll : r
to. Wha rescue or eee fe i ’ ited aig electon as-is be helt, ich oon yyotoce a esnval of Beitain’s irol provides all the essen- y
ee € e local Gov Mr. C. E, Talma expressed dis vacancy shall be filled at. tne 2y)\ itant bet ) ritain

Mr. V. B. Vaughan (i) said that
the functions of the Mayor of





as yould in any “ : ‘ , J ‘ aa .
Kingston were nothing to com- 98: and warned that to insist = heen ay aN Taek re _ “For by the Pact the struggling BECAUSE... Wisdom toothbrushes have a correctly shaped concentrated health food that
par ? with th present. Church- °% the non-payment of Counecil- th, 16th Sah of January “in that Tamaican cigar industry was given handle. They're made to help you get into every crevice, even helps build strong bones,
; Hin of Bridy , ny 10x%S would result in the retention | > ¥ ithst: YY . otice of its. doom and sugar plant the hardest to reach. More dentists favour the Wisdom shape : dy limbs
getown, If they ~s year then, notwithstanding. any that | tay: Heed : . | 5. -itetiags shed good teeth and sturdy limbs.

envisaged the same functions for of power by those who are now other provision of the Act the were warncc at US) than that of any other toothbrush! Pure Bristle ylon Adult , e
the Mayor and Corporation, there #" power in the vestries. term of office of the person s ot bother Wy Gon d ye Orod Nylon Junior —_ and Nylon Baby Chaldren love the flavour of
t t a 3 , a " 2 a duction.”, The Expres s u
was no comparison with regard _Mr. Mapp was opposed to the Alected to fill such vacancy shall (Uction”. Express ad that BRU Virol and because they al-
to salaries idea of payiitg Councillors for 6 gor 3 years Britain ‘signed the Pact -hecause THE CORRECT-SHAPE [TOOTHBRUSH C ae

He said that the Poor Law attending meetings, and said that ““Gjause "88 and 39 were passed Cuban charms convinced Shaw~ ways take it willingly they
Administration in Jamaica was ™embers should be willing to 244 Clause 40 amended to pro- cross then ‘President of the Board MADE BY ADDIS LTD., OF HERTFORD

the function of the Government
of that colony and was not the
responsibility of the Corporation.

. ‘ ; war - qOtGr: en.
Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said that , Dr. Cummins pointed out that (aij, io conduct ‘an election. lollar market. is nll Sev ony eh

in considering the fact that they #™ a8 much as money was involved, And ‘Sit Hartley cll for it a

had not yet decided on the it was a matter for the Govern- Clause 41 Amended He said that the Cuban. conce sik

salary for the chairman there ™ent to bring the matter before was of ‘greatest significance to U.K

was no harm in postponing the the House. Clause 41 was amended to in- export end called it ‘an oppor

clause.

Disa dians of the taxpayers purse manner as defacing or destroy- has tl glittering golden oppor-

greed strings, and stressed that it was ing such a paper, and further to tunity trned out? In the first
Mr. G. H. Adams (L) said that @ Matter to be decided by the jnerease the fine for such «an
he could not agree with the House. offence from $100 to $500 wi'h

motion by the honourable mem-
ber for St. Thomas for postpone-
ment of the Clause. He did not
know whether the honourable
member was in favour of paying
the particular officer more than
$200 a month or whether he
would suggest less money,



In their five year development itself. makes it an offence to imperson- Ait Comm as verge)
plan, it was useless to ask the The motion for the inclusion ate some other person either for Moneir 5 a 7 H eS ‘Vice ‘ie.
Government to spend more money of an additional sub-section to the purpose of applying for a “*0"! ee t Tot sity fren
than it could afford. provide for the payment of Coun- ballot paper, or having voted eens aN npr OB

Referring to the remarks by cillors for attending meetings, was apply for a second ballot paper “Cir pos aan e “Wedn eds ‘
the junior member for St. John put and resolved in a tie, and the was amended to: dnerease the inet meeting early on ee f - nai
Mr. Adams said that the informa- Chairman voted against the sug- term of imprisonment for such Also pe ar ain ; ps
tion before him was in direct gestion. an offence from six months to Cairo Pol e Commandant pa
opposition to that of the member The Clause was then passed witn one year. Ahmed Tallat Premier J aud
for St. John with regard to Poor the other amendments. Clause 44 wa passed without wa appoints Commander of
Relief. He also mentioned that .Clause 22 was passed without amendment, and at this stage, Reserve Forces
in England, the local Government debate. and in Clause 23, Mr. the Chairman of Committees re- The Cabinet decided to postpone
looked after the Police, the Vestry Barrow expressed disagreement ported progress, and asked leave the approval of the general am-
here did not. In Jamaica, the with the provision whereby at {for the Committee to sit again. nesty la but approved an air

MMayor of Kingston had to look
after the same services as the
Churchwarden for St. Michael.

Mr. V. B, Vaughan (I) said that
when he spoke of the Adminis-
tration of Poor Law, he meant not
only the distribution of. pensions
but the administration of Cottage
hospitals commonly known here
as almshouses.,

He said that ‘there was no
supervision of curative services.

The clause was eventually
passed

Clause 18 was passed with a
miror amendment.

Clause 19 was passed without
liscussion.

Clause 20 was passed with an
amendment

Clause 21 was then considered.

The amendments in this clause
provided for three District
Councillers in the Northern
District for each parish, but sue-
gested that instead of five Dis-



and he would like to know what R person elected to the office of tion the Express says he sits in
had caused the change to four. Mayor or Chairman of a Council room 505 of the plush Claridges
- or Alderman or Councilor should Hotel in the heart of Mayfair and
He felt that if it was necessary make a declaration of acceptance uses “soft soap to sell sugar’.

for each of the parishes to have of office within 7 days instead of It was Dr, Manas who said “We
ten vestrymen to look after the 14 as was proposed in the original can convince your government
affairs of the parish, and the pjj) that increased imports of Cuban
changes they were making were Clause 33 was agreed to with- sugar would not damage gree







because they wanted a change meetings without having te
because the future destiny of local yacate his office.
government in the island was Clauses 35 and 36 were agreed

: a] 1 way’ as last year when Cubans . seep.
dependent upon the fundamental to, and a proviso added to clause convinced credulous Sir Hartle
changes which they were making. 37 that if notice of a casual Shawcross to sign the infamou 1SaGOM
Although he agreed with the ; : é

how he proposes to do the con-
vincing “Is it to be in ‘the same

vacancy in the office of a Coun- Gypan Black Pact whereby Brita
principle of the Bill he felt that ojllor is given to the Clerk of th Cuban Black Pact whereby Britain





itions to the loyal folk who
ad sustained Britain in two
World Wars:

may at the idea of paying the
members of the Civil Service Com-
mission and not paying Council-

ordinary election of Councillor:
and if the person whose plac



of Trade that the Paci would re-
duce trade bawritrs against British
good ind ppen a wonderful new I We ne Br eR

give up some of their time in vide for a» six-months’ term of
the interest of the welfare of the imprisonment, altétnative ‘to’ a

people, $500 fine where a returning officer



Mr. Talma questioned whether clude the concealing of nomina- tunity of substantially increasing
the House was not still the cusio- tion: papers an. offence in _ like our dollar earning exports How

Mr. Adams said that experience the alternative of six miont)

.
had shown that in most cases, imprisonment 3 More Egyplian

even in the United States, Central Clause 42 was also amended ag Gc I
Government had at some time or to include the concealing of ballot ffi 2

other to go to the assistance of papers as-an offence with similar CG icials Kesignec
the local authorities, and there~ punishment as provided for in the CAIRO: Oct
fore government had to consider case of concealment of nomination hal lei Cabinet fecired
to what extent it could commit papers, while Clause 43 which nes ee eet oe









vith Pakistan and the



elections subsequent to the initial It was 12.45 in the morning, agreemen

election, an Alderman of the Dis- and the House adjourned until decision by the Communications
trict Council should be appointed today at 3 o’clock in the after- Ministry’s Purge ¢ ommittee to
to be a returning officer. noon, dismiss six ‘engineers.—U.P.





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October 2, 1952

BURNT BOAT

AT four o’clock last Saturday morning
an elderly fisherman of Crab Hill St. Lucy
was aroused by early pot-fishermen and
told that his only fishing boat had been
burnt to ashes while he slept.

This sad event in the life of the fishing
community of Crab Hill deserves especial
attention for many reasons.

Firstly the burning of a fishing boat
brings Crab Hill fishing beach into prom-
inence and poses the question whether this
beach is a fit berth for fishing boats dur-
ing the hurricane season.

Secondly the burning of a fishing boat
which is not insured is a reminder of the
need for government to pass legislation
which will make the insurance of all fish-
ing boats compulsory.

And thirdly the question of the fisher-
man’s livelihood ‘is all important to the
fisherman and his dependents.

How can a man advanced in years and
dependent on his fishing boat for a liveli-
hood afford the loss of a boat which would
cost at least one thousand dollars to re-
build?

Other thoughts will be aroused by the
burning of the fishing boat. The question
will certainly be asked how does a fishing
boat catch fire? The police no doubt have
been giving this question urgent attention
and in a’sparsely populated district like
Crab Hill the answer to the question ought
to be obtainable in a comparatively short
time.

The public will await with interest to
hear what results the police have achiev-
ed with their investigation into the mys-
tery of the burnt boat. But meanwhile
what of the points raised above?

Is Crab Hill a suitable beach on which
to shelter fishing boats during the hur-
ricane season? Would a fishing boat have
been more resistant to fire in a more ac-
cessible place? It seems so. But apart
from the risk of fire the Crab Hill beach is
insufficiently protected from very rough
seas and danger from these is always
greater in the hurricane season. The Crab
Hill Beach ought to be placed out of bounds
at least for fishermen who want to avail
themselves of loans from the fisheries
office and alterna beaching accommo-
dation Bow offered at some more shel-
tered beach such as Reids Bay,

Thes eof compulsory insurance
owners is causing hardship
nity, Last year the govern-
s provided $35,000 as free
‘the rebuilding of fishing
boats destroyed by high tides. To-day not
more than half of the island’s fishing fleet

is insured. Another catastrophe would
mean either additional doles for fishermen

or the loss of livelihood to hundreds of
persons. The fishing industry of Barbados
is estimated to employ some 2,000 fisher-
men. The Government of Barbajlos in-
directly subsidises the industry by a pol-
icy of loans to fishermen and by the under-
taking of major salvaging of the industry
as was necessary after last year’s great
disaster. The fishing. community must
therefore be educated to regard insurance
as a duty which they owe to the commun-
ity to prevent them from being a burden
to others and to safeguard their own live-
lihood,

To risk the equivalent loss of one thous-
and dollars for the sake of saving a few
months or even a year’s insurance premi-
um is bad housekeeping but to prevent
such risks being taken the government
must make insurance compulsory through-
out the fishing industry. No other measure
will prevent the recurring losses which
fishermen sustain.

But while there must be a new policy
for the future, the present disaster which
has come upon a worthy fisherman of Crab
Hill cannot be overlaolgd by a community
which owes so much of its food to an ad-
venturous band of men who risk the perils
of the deep. The burning of a fisherman’s
boat is a reproach to the island of Barba-
dos: such anti-social conduct deserves
the heaviest penalty the law can provide.
But the fisherman who has sustained the
loss needs urgent assistance.

Those who can help ought to regard his
case as especially deserving and the ves-
try of St. Lucy will doubtless be only too
eager to arrange for the collection of dona-
tions,











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|

| SOME three or four weeks ago
| the writer of a letter to ‘Our Read-
ers Say’ column in the Advosate
|suggested that what we require
in Barbados is a Christian politi-
|cal party, emphasising the term as
jis often done by speakers when
j compmmensting on the C in the ini-
tials of the great organisation for
young men, the Y.M.C.A.

I did not think much about the
|plea at the time, looking upon it
as an idealistic wish without much
| practical meaning or value, but
recently I have come to regard
{it as the presentation of % real
|need, and possibly a ‘Substantial
step forward in various ways in
local affairs, and I should like to
|submit these recent musings to
the thoughtful folk in the com-
| munity.



















































Pious Opposition

Many good Christian people,
and some of the most devout and
conscientious hold that Religion
hould not get mixed up with Poli-
ics. They regard the handling
of human affairs thus named des-
nite its absorbing interest to many
ind its far reaching influences and
ffects, as unduly materialistic
ind opposed to the spiritual con-
ception of human nature, to
Yivine Sovereignty and to the
‘ternal Kingdom of the Infinite
“uture, and they are so disposed,
wobably, by the St. Paul’s in-
tructions of the Christian con-
verts in Corinth: “Come ye out
from among
separate, saith the Lord, and I will
ve a Father unto you,” and few
:indred scriptures,

But that was a very different
ituation. There was a small com-
sany of young converts surround-
‘d by a dominant heathenism
with its low ethical ideas and im-
cure ways of life and its power-
ul customs and influences and é
clear cut separation was indis-
pensable to the maintenance of

ter and conduct.

And for my part, I say that if
Religion is concerned
che individual to “save his soul’,
o be clean
how much more should it be in-

ind conditions which are calcu-
lated to help people as a whole to
live a life of that kind and qual-

ity!
A Definition

1 will quote part

-yclopaedia (Chambers:
mly, I think, in English at least
to the Britannica.)

“Politics (Greek, ‘polis’ — City
r state) is that branch of Ethics
which has for its object the proper
10de of governing a state, so as
o secure its prosperity, peace,

ARE we in for a new wave of
‘wonder workers” like that which
followed the first war? I hope

upreme champion

e ignored. In Germany there
; a novelist who has won a vast
ylowing—but not as a novelist.
He persuades people to eat—un-
oiled, mind you — hen’s eggs
hich have been fertile for nine
ays. Cures are reported for al-
1ost everything from coughs to
orns,

In Persia there is that
stimable old miracle man Dr.
lossadeg. And now, on a trip to
yprus, I have run into Polybios
tyriakides the oil diviner.

I was roaming around Cyprus
t the time trying to see how
e are getting on with the job
¢ fixing up that island as a
iediterranean super base.

For the last couple of years
1e planners have kept whisper-
ig that Cyprus is of vital
rategic importance; that it is
1e alternative to Fayid, Ismailia,
nd the rest if we have to get
ut from the Suez Canal; that
yprus has been designated as
1e H.Q. for the new Middle East
ommand,.

Nothing...
WELL, I found that nothing
,ad been done at all, No new

cadar stations have been put in,
1o attempt has been made to

odernise the hopelessly inade-
juate harbours. Not a hand has
een lifted to put the neglected
irfields into shape or build new
ones,

There was no change—except
or 47-year-old Polybios, _ And
what an “except” he is, For I
found Polybios not only divining
oil but drilling for it as well.

Yes, sir, a 210ft. American oil
‘errick has been set up on a rather
erelict-looking strip of land
1ard by the Mediterranean shore
ine miles from ancient Limassol.

When I came upon him Poly-
ios was just having another 60ft
f boring shaft added to his long
irill, The drill had already cut
down through rock, salt water,
ind edlay to a depth of 3,200ft,
sn search of the oil. f

Since then he has got down to

Anonymous Letter

The Provost Marshall,
Public Buildings,
Bridgetown.
lith. September, 1952.
lo The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—We the undersigned,
uroers who served at the last sit-
ing of the Court of Grand Sess-
ions; from Monday 7th July to
saturday September 6th 1952,
eg through this letter to inform
His*Lordship the Chief Justice
that we refute any knowledge
whatsoever concerning the anony-
mous letter sent to the Colonial
Secretary dated 25 — 7 — 52, in
which the writer stated that he
was advised by his other asso-
ciates as jurymen to write for the
yenefit of the public
We furthermore beg to associ-
ite ourselves with HIS LORD-
SHIP’S remarks concerning the
views expressed,
Sir, if the views expressed in
e letter mentioned were the
views of the juror, or group cf
juror they certainly were not
the views of all the jurors who

serve at the last sitting of th

th

them and be ye

he Christian beliefs and charac-

in getting
and true and kind,

ierested in arrangements and rules

of what I
onsider an excellent difinition of
the familiar word—from my En-
second

rot. For that wave swept in the
of them all,
derr Ado Hitler, and presented

is with the “wonders” of the
third Reich and the second
vorld war,

There are portents and symp-

oms, however, which must not



ur Readers ! Say:

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

by Kev. F. GODSON

and safety and to attain as per-
‘ectly as possible the ends of a
Civil Society.

Among the subjects which poli-
tical science (activity) embraces
are... . . . the protection of
the rights and liberties of the citi-
zens and the preservation of their
morals ....:--:

Surely there is nothing in that
description hostile to Godliness
and the supremacy of the spiritual!
conception of human nature, but
rather something to encourage
citizens to take their place and
share in political activities.

The Christian Meanings

Now, it should be clearly recog-
nised that when we think of relig-
ion in relation to . Politics we
mean not Creeds or Churechgoing
but, as thé definition just quoted
expresses it, “a breach of Ethics”
and “the preservation of the citi-
zens.” In other words, that we
order our lives as citizens and
shape our national activities in
harmony with Christian principles
and laws—especially the second
great commandment: “Thou shalt
love thy neighbour” and even “as
thyself” and the familiar clear cut
rule: “Whatsoever ye would that
men should do to you, do ye even
so unto them.” :

Therefore, the call for a Chris-
tian Political Party in Barbados
means not that we shall be Angli-
cans or Free Churchmen or Mis-
sioners or Theologians, but, as 1
have said above, that we shall
obey those Christian laws and
rules and incorporate them in our
institutions. .

Do existing political parties
have that aim and attain that ad-
mirable essential goal?

Circumspice
Let us look around and see
what we find. Look at the great
crowd of poor, hungry, suffering,

ill-housed people in .our little
community, old and broken in
health, or unemployed, or (on

the other side) lazy and dishon-
est, but anything not provided for
in harmony with human justice
and need. Have we really done,
or are we doing, all we can for
these? Do we put them in the
forefront of our political activi-
ties and insist that they shall be
properly provided for, or handled?

At the time of the election of
ihe New House of Assembly last
year, Candidates outlined forms
of progress, including better help
for the poor and suffering, those
unable adequately to help them-
selves—indeed, the different Par-
ties issued elaborate ““Manifestos”’,
to make known what they consid-
ered wanted doing another they

Oil
@ Thousands
divine it

@ And all
away...

By Sefton Delmer

3,800 ft. my latest news
Cyprus tells me.

Polybios “feels” the oil is under
the ground here—at a depth he
says of approximately 4,500 ft.
—just as he successfully “felt”
the presence of water at other
places on the island.

‘Vibrations’

TWO oil experts from the Iraq
Petroleum Company, after a
£150,000 oil survey of the island,
told thim that they would tear
up their diplomas if he ever
strikes oil here, But that does not
worry Polybios.

Nor does it worry his Cypriot
backers, who have put up £80,000
to finance the drilling. For Poly-
bios has struck water on the
island in spots where all the ex-
perts of the British Colonial gov-
ernor had declared no water
could be found. All Cyprus is
confident that Polybios will
triumph over the experts again.
“The oil in the ground sends up
electronic vibrations,” Polybios,
haggard, swarthy faced and with
the burning eyes of the fanatic,
assured me.

“IT react to those vibrations, I
am sensitive to them just as I
am sensitive to similar emana-
tions sent up by water.”

“How do you know you are re-
acting to oil and not to water?”
I asked him.

“There is

believe he
the time he bores

can

from

a difference in the
feel. I have been to oilfields at
Ploesti in Rumania. I tested it
out. IT had exactly the same feel-
ing there as I have here.”

His backers tested him out
themselves in Cyprus, They made
him walk over fields in which
they had buried tins of petrol
under the ground.

When Polybios divined
one after the other they
completely satisfied.

His Gadgets

OIL and drilling for oil was a
completely unknown science to
Polybios when he and his backers
started on this venture—just as
the German novelist who has

them
were



Court of Grand Sessions,

We forward this letter with
the hope that it will clear the
matter to the satisfaction of the
public in general who may be
inclined to believe that such were
the views of all the jurors who
served at the last sessions.

We beg to remain.

Most faithful'y yours,

HORACE VERNON WILES,

KENNETH FORDE,

COLIN McI. JONES,

EDGAR SMALL,

EUCLID ALONZA THOMP-
SON,

CECIL JOHN HUTCHINSON,

EVAN HENRY HUTCHIN-
SON,
GEORGE MARTIN YEAR-
WOOD,

ARCHIE KING,
COURTENY JONES,
OLIVER WILKINSON and
WALTER BECKLES.

Loyalty And Courtesy





To. The Editor, The Advocate.
SIR,—In the Advocate News-
paper of the 26th inst. I notice
2 letter signed “Birnam Wood”
drawing attention to party of
visitors discu much



i courtesy

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would get to work. How far have
those benevolent and desirable |
programmes been carried out? We |
are moving, but all too slowly |
and insufficiently.
Doubling The Pay For |
M.C.P.s SN
this connection
reasonably pass over this very
surprising and regrettable pro-
posal, although, I feel very un-
willing to bring it into my thesis.
It is .difficult to believe that
with all the surrounding social
distress and suffering which |!
have just briefly sumfmarised, not
to speak of the many agricul-
tural, industrial and economic
problems and plans which
urgently call for action that it
has been proposed to increase,

I cannot in



and even to double the pay of
the members of the
for the part time though highly
important service they render,
which in most cases does not
seriously interfere with their
private business or income.

And as for the reason offered,
comparison and keeping step
with Trinidad and Jamaica—that
has been fittingly labelled. And
“Poor Man” in his letter on the
subject might well have pointed
out that Trinidad has 2 and a
half times the population of this
little island with big oil and
asphalt business and Jamaica 6
times as many people with great
banana and coconut plantations
ete.—both of them in addition to
Sugar.

Now human nature is naturally
self regarding—I will not use the
werd “selfish” and to a considera-
ble extent that is a healthy condi-
tion. If I work hard and earn a
good income and pay my way
honestly, I bencfit the community,
and can help those who are dis
abled and helpless, But christi-
anity holds that feature strictly
in check and shuts down heavily
on pure selfishness.

The Gospel (?) of Strife

And Hatred

There is one other
Rule: “Love: your enemies
pray for them,-and turn
into friends.”

What an incongruous
tion of ideas—Gospel and Hatred!
Gospel means “Good News” and



Golden
and |
them

belongs to the Incarnation of the

Blessed Lord Christ, and Redemp-
tion by His great Sacrifice. But
yet the messasfe of

jealousy and hatred is what some

of us are preaching, Let us leave
it right away and

ee

Wanted: A Christian
Political Party

Assembly |

associa- |

strife and)

proclaim |

Goodwill and Peace and Mutual!

Helpfulness.

Meet A Fanatic Wh





launched the egg-swailowing cult
has no academic knowledge of
medicine,

But Polybios is an engineer by
profession and a good one. For
he sueceeded in learning enough
out of handbooks to teach him-
self and his small staff of three
mechanics all. they needed to
mr about the job of drilling for
oil.

He converted engines
three British Valentine tanks he
bought from a scrap heap to drive
his winches and drills. He has
himself designed and forged
whole series of gadgets needed in
the drilling.

Ingenuity

shown fascinating in-
genuity in overcoming various
difficulties, among them the op-
position of the sceptical British
authorities to letting him have
any dollars for imported ma-
chinery. Oil experts who have
seen him at work with his derrick
and borers say that the technical
business of drilling is being car-
ried out as perfectly as it could
be by any oil technicians of long
standing,

Polybios lives with the drill
night and day. He has been at it
since the derrick was first put
up last autumn. His young wife
was sitting on an _ upturned
barrel darning his socks and
gloomily, watching him when I
found them.

“TI wish he would come home
just once in a while,” she said.
“But he won't leave it. So I have
to come out here,”

Is it a sign of the times, this
faith that the Cypriots have in
the oil man? Is there a wave of
credulity which follows in the
wake of wars?

The Persian mobs last year
were convinced that their good
Doctor would usher in an era of
wealth and ease for them,

So were the Germans con-
vinced that Hitler would con-
quer the world, and make them
a rich, slave-owning herrenvolk.

Difference

THERE is one difference,
though, between wonder-man
Polybios and these others. 1
should like to see him succeed.

And I wish our own authori-
ties in the Middle East had some
of the drive and fanaticism that
have made him raise this derrick,
even if he never strikes oil.
—L.E.S.

He has





vaunted attachment of Barbados
to the Crown of which they had
heard and read so much. They

seemed to be puzzled over this, as|

from their personal observation
no more than 20% of the gather-
ing paid any’ attention to the
playing of the National Anthem.”

I well remember some years
ago, the then Governor, Sir Grat-
tan Bushe, observed the dis-
courtesy of the majority of Bar-
badians, by not standing (men
with bared heads), when the
National Anthem was_ being
played. His Excellency asked Mr.
John Beckles to try and do some-
thing about. it by calling public at-
tention .to the discourtesy. Mr.
Beckles took the matter up, con-
vened public meétings at Queen's
Park, the Empire Theatre
elsewhere, had posters distributed
throughout all the parishes, and
asked school-teachers for their
co-operation,

A noticeable improvement took
place as a
and I would suggest that a similar
campaign be revived so that the
public may exhibit a little more

durir the playing of
the National Anthen

Yours



uly,

LOYAL CITIZEN.

and |

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LIVES.

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result of his efforts, |



ONLY SUPERMEN NEED
APPLY

From NEWELL ROGERS











NEW YORK.

SUPERMEN are wanted by the U.S. Navy
to do a “super job.”

It is to man the new atom-powered sub-
marine Nautilus.

Fifteen hundred of the navy’s best sub-
marine officers are being screened by Com-
mander David Bell for a handful of “good:
rugged types” to take charge’of the Nautilus.

The crew must be willing to stay at sea
and under water indefinitely, he said.

The Nautilus, with secret range, speed, and
armament, is being built at a hush-hush ship-
yard in New England. She is: expected to be
ready in 1954.

BUSINESS MEN and farmers are watching
the British Commonwealth trade meeting in
London with anxious eyes. They, too, are
beset by shrinking markets abroad. And
just when industrial capacity has expanded
and crop surpluses are piling up again.

* *

EUGENE GIANNI was a dope peddler,
but also a secret informer to the U.S. anti-
drug squads. Last year, in Rome, he told
the U.S. agents that he was afrajd of Charles
(Lucky) Luciano, who lives in Italy and is
suspected of heading an internatonal syndi-
cade with an important stake in drugs.

Gianni asked the agents not even to tell
his own wife that he was a “squealer.” He
feared Luciano would set assassins on his
trail. But he got out of Italy safely and
back to the supposed safety of New York.

At dawn Gianni was found in an East
Harlem gutter between two dustbins.. He
was dead—murdered by a gunman.

* * *

A NEW cigarette holder puts out the
cigarette when the smoker’s finger relaxes on
a spring as he falls asleep... . Just patented,
a combined comb and vacuum cleaner for the
hair.... Also new, an umbrella attached
to a chest and shoulder harness. No hands
need when raised. ‘

THE Taylor team—so valiant and romantic
in “Ivanhoe” — will be brought together in
Jamaica next January to do another colour
film: “All the Brothers were Valiant.” ,

The team is Elizabeth Taylor and Robert
Taylor. Co-starring as Robert Taylor’s
brother will be Stewart Granger.

HEADS of New York City administration
departments are not accepting telephone calls
from the president of the ‘eity council,
Rudolph Halley. Mayor Vincent Impellitteri
gave the order, He is a Democrat, and Halley
is a Liberal—the only one on the Council.
And Halley, who was an investigator for
the Senate’s crime committee, has been mak-
ing persistent inquiries on the operations of
the departments and the way they spend
their funds.

THE DODGERS, Brooklyn’s baseball team,
have all but won the National League
Championship. All they need now is to win
one of their six remaining games. Or, for
the New York Giants to lose one of their six.

MOST interesting dinner party in New
York was given by Mrs. Harry Guggenheim.
She is better known as Alicia Patterson, pro-
prietor of Newsday, an immensely successful
Long Island newspaper.

Newsday is proud of being the first news-
paper to come out for General Eisenhower
as President—back in 1945. Guest of honour
was Eisenhower’s rival—Adlai Stevenson,

HOLLYWOOD has a new holy man —
bearded Lakshmanasandra Rao. He has ac-
quired some famous disciples for yoga
exercises in breathing, diet, posture, and
prayer. Among those who seek peace of
mind with him are tobacco heiress Doris
Duke and film star Marilyn Maxwell.

Yoga: a philosophy which teaches sup-
pression of worldly desires to attain unity
with God.

* *

TWO bank robbers and a detective were
killed in a gun battle in a seventh-flour flat
on the outskirts of Harlem.

The robbers — Joseph and Ballard Nolen,
brothers, from Woodbine, Kentucky—stabbed
their way out of Lewisburg Jail. With them
went a third prisoner, Elmer Schuer.

The three forced their way into a mansion
in Philadelphia, took turns to cover James
Hill and his family with guns, and ate and
rested their for 19 hours.

Then they drove off to New York in Hill’s
car, grabbed £4,500 from a bank and sub-
machine guns from a shop ahd went up to the
flat with three Negro girls.

THE LANDLORD thought it suspicious that
white men with the accents of the anti-Negro
South should be so friendly with Negroes in
Harlem.

He told the police and they broke into the
flat. That started the shooting. Ballard
Nolen went down. Joe pretended to sur-
render and then killed a detective. Fifty
police bullets put Joe down. Schuer was
captured.

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BAILIFF JAILED FOR STEALING £1.11. 9.

He Promised To Buy A
Gun But Did Not Retur

HIS WORSHIP Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Police Magistrate of
District “A” yesterday found 59-year-old bailiff Everton
Myles of Eagle Hall, St. Michael guilty of stealing £1. 11/9
from George Smith of Halls Road and sentenced him to
one month’s imprisonment with hard labour,

The offence was committed on —————
September 24. Sgt. Alleyne of the
Central Police Station conducted
the case for the Police.

Police Constable Emerson How-

Heavy Log

ard, keeper of the criminal D if :
records, said that the defendant angerous
had one previous conviction for e e
larceny on August 15, 1950 when T Sh

he was placed on a bond for a oO ipping
period of six months for stealing

copper. The Harbour Master’s office is

Smith told the court that on in receipt of the following cable:
September 24 he saw the defend- —FROM GAUDELOUPE. INTER-
ant who told him that he could CEPTED FORM S.S. Pinnacles:
get a revolver for him at a good TO ALL SHIPS AT 10.35 G.M Yr.
price. He believed the defendant IN LATITUDE 17.33 LONGI-
and handed him £1 11/9 and TUDE 65.06 PASSED HEAVY
waited. LOG FLOATING VERTICAL

The defendant never came back APPROXIMATELY 18 INCHES
and he reported the matter to the ABOVE WATER.
Police. The log is considered danger-
ous to shipping.

THREE SHIPS LEAVE :

ON PROBATION :

Amos Lowe a 46-year-old
labourer of Green Hill, St. Michael | Three vessels lett port yester-
was yesterday placed on probation Gay afternoon. They were the
for a period of 12 months by His M°tor vessels Athelbrook and
Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith who Lady Joy and the schooner Rain-
found him guilty of inflicting bow M. The Rainbow M. left for
bodily harm on Clyde Phillips on St Vincent with a cargo of lard,



June 30, margarine, biscuits, virol and
Phillips told the court that the ¢lectric equipment: The captain
defendant hit him with a stick on Of the Rainbow M. is Captain

the left foot and fractured it in a Gilbert Marks, and it is consigned
fight. to the cere Owners’ Associu-
tion, e Sc av.
_ Mr. E, K. Walcott who appeared sailed for de Youn a on
in the case on behalf of Lowe, ber 25th but was delayed thro h
submitted that the court should the drowning of its i Aa
view the evidence very carefully Hynford Paynter a Vin Senor =
and take into consideration that ‘The motor vessel leas 3
there was a fight and both men under Captain W Parechs lett
a! heated, port yesterday for St. Lucia. It
is client was provoked to a haq on board a cargo of :
considerable extent and Phillips ine, lard s0é ee
being the bigger it was not sur- cocoarnikek, ae rete sls
arate ce ROW Go AtEm SDAA tablets end cycle Seeritg the
with a stick. i MV . a. i
Tgaractay Lady Joy is also consigned to the
eT a Schooner Owners’ Association,
Police. The Athelbrook was another
departure for Trinidad after load-
ling a shipment of 106,000 imper-

Franklyn prosecuted
on behalf of the

REMANDED :



a i ial gallons of molasses. Agents
His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn, for the Athelbrook are Messrs.

Police Magistrate of District “A” Jason Jones & Co. Ltd., and is
yesterday remanded until today under the command of Captain
Lionel Croney (48) of Bush Hall, Cook,

St. Michael on two charges of y -
assaulting Police Constable 240 UNLOADING CARGO :

Wilson and making a disturbance

The wor adi e
of Probyn Street on October 1. cargo of “he scene “avasdane
Sgt. Alleyne attached to Cen- peg; 7 in
) , 2 egar esterday
tral Police Stationais prosecuting gan yesterday morning. The

cargo was made up of 800 bags of

charcoal, 75 tons of firewood and

one bicycle.
Mule-drawn

on behalf of the Police.
ADJOURNED :

carts were en-



The case in which Denzil 8aged in conveying the wood and
Harris a labourer of Peterkins charcoal to the various shop-
Land, St. Michael is charged by keepers. Their presence was
the Police with buggery was Severely felt by drivers of motor
adjourned. yesterday by His Vehicles “which were using the

Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith, Acting road.
Police Magistrate of District “A” FINNISH SHIP:
until October 8.

The charge stated that the
offence was committed on August

The Finnish steamship Arneta
arrived in port at 10.25 yesterday



26. Sgt. Alleyne is prosecuting aa wee att eo
for the Police while Mr. G. . ae \ aptain Pit « F
Niles is appearing for Harris. Mattson with general cargo for

the island. Agents for the Arneta
are Da Costa & Co. Ltd.

POST MORTEM:
T LOADING CONTINUES:



Dr. A. S. Cato performed a post
mortem examination on the body

Work on the loading of the

of Lisle Mayers (27) of Horse Motor vessel Student Prince II was
Hill, St. Joseph at the Genera] continued this morning. This
Hospital Mortuary yesterday Vessel is loading a quantity of
morning. molasses for St. John’s. — The

Lisle Mayers was admitted to ee % commend to W. S. Mon-
the General Hospital on Sunday Toe & Co., Lid.
September 28 suffering from head UNDERGOING REPAIRS ;
injuries after he fell from a truck rr
on Joes River Road about 9.30 a.m.
the same day. He died yesterday
morning. A date for an inquest
has not yet béen fixed.

INQUIRY TO-MORROW

Lighters in the inner Careenage
are still undergoing revairs, Crews
were at work yesterday repaint-
ing and refitting new planks to
their respective crafts. Work is
generally carrid out on rafts.

——_——.

Boat Burned

The inquiry into the circum-
stances surrounding the death of
19-year-old Lyle Warner of Mont-

rose, Christ Church will be re-
sumed at District “A” tomorrow _ A St. Lucy resident has in-
before His Worship Mr. G. B formed the “Advocate” that yes-

sriffith, Acting Police Coroner of terday
District “A”,

morning about 6.30 he
steod at Crab Hill, St. Lucy and

Warner was detained at the §@W a flying-fish boat burning.
General Hospital on Saturday He went and called the owner
September 27 about 9 p.m. after Mr. Griffith, who said that he had



he was inyolved in an accident on [eft the boat in godd order at

Gall Hill about 8.30 p.m. the same 7 p.m, on Tuesday,

day. He died the next day. The boat was destroyed, but
At the last hearing Dr. Cato "0M of the crowd who came to

who performed the post mortem oe the fire could find out

examination at the General Hos- the cause,

pital Mortuary on September 28

attributed death to fracture of the
skull and cerebral haemorrhage.

Workers: Prepare
Holiday Stalls

*

Lecture Tonight Gardeners, Electricians and
Carpenters were very busy at
Mr, H. Irvin Bell of the Sani- Queen's Park yesterday prepar-
tary Department will be giving a ing for the labour day celebra-

lecture on “Preventing the Spread tion. '
of Disease” over the public ad- Work on the various stalls etc.
dress system of the Mobile Cine- started yesterday, so far a few
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Jury Return Open Verdict ~*"â„¢

A CORONER'S jury yesterday her business, and that she had Cub Leaders
returned an open verdict in the caught the bus on her route te Pl Y e
an lears

inquiry touching the death of 83. return home.
Programme

year-old Edith Moseley who was The Police learnt further that
found drowned near St. Philip the woman reached St. Philip, and
Lighthouse on Sunday after she that some of her friends who saw
was missing from her home in her there tried without success io
Thyme Bottom, Christ Church persuade her to return home, She





since the previous Thursday is reported to have told them “I There was a good turn out of
morning, am not going back home.” \kel leaders of Cub Packs)
Moseley is reported to have On Sunday morning, her bod, Saturday afternoon at Erdis-
left her homie on Thursday last by was discovered in the sea near Model School to plan the
bus about 7.30 to come into the St. Philip Lighthouse, and \«®«: programme of Cubbing
Bridgetown to transact some bus- after it had been taken out, it “ith their Commissioner for
iness. She however failed to re- was removed to the mortuary at Wolf Cubs—Mrs_ Gerald Hudson
turn home in the afternoon, and St. Philip where a post mortem Also present were the Honorary
her son Arthur Moseley reported examination was performed by and Secretary, Mr. L. Harri-
the matter to the Police Station Dr. A. S. Tappin. n, the Reverend H st.c
at Seawell. The inquiry into the circum. 'u Who has kindly consented
The Police began immediat» stances surrounding the death |) © t as District Cub Master
investigation into the report, and was begun before the Coroner Mr, {0 () Midland Area, and Mi
learned that the old woman did A. W. Harper, and the jury re. '!. Walcott who will undertake
come into the city and complete turned an open verdict, similar duties in the Southern
sony eee ee iL ee eee - Area. Miss D. Barrow of the Ist
H it ] a ere Group was elected

Os 1 a wo Club Secretary end Mrs

icie-Smith, who was a Cub

In The House p eader for many years, has very
The House of Aten mas x e pin asters to be Wolf Cub
Tuesday at 3 p.m r. - @ “ reasurer ne year's pro-
Cummins laid the following papers C d d gramme of activities so f; in-
eae ee onsl ere cludes a Christmas Good hore
essage No. 24/1952 doted 30th ah . ; >
September, 1952 from His Excellen- Easter Sports, Inter-District

cv tne Governor to the Honourable

Cricket Matches and a Cub Lead-

Estimates

he House of Assembly invitin ere? Ts * sai oP “na! S
the Honourable House a cant : rs I raining Course which w ill
that the sterling costs of the visit be run on three consecutive
of Dr. Bennett to advise on ways : : Saturdays in October—11th, 18th
and means of effegting water con- The Advisory Committee of and 25th. On Wednesday 15th
trol and of minimising landslip the Barbados General Hospital October, the Cubs will be at te
and surface erosion in the Scot- ‘ eee ~ r ee Corene s a be shown
land District, be met by this Gov met yesterday and finished con- a film on Road Safety at Scout
ernment sideration of the Estimates for Headquarters at 4 p.m. through
Statement of the sums of money the financial year 1953 54 the courtesy of the Commissioner
paid over to the Accountant Gen- Th . a . wie. if Police es a mSIOT
eral by the Commissioner of Police ne Committee decided to cut ¢ ohee The Radio Pro-
during the Quarter ended seth expenses wherever possible, but 8’amme on the first Friday in
supe, 108i AE Ee Oe there is still an increase over November will be devoted to
iti West, indies Hohooner this year’s Estimates, Cubs and they are already prac-

Owners’ Association (inc.) for the The Committee also considered “icing for it. Rehearsals are being

year erlded 3ist December, 194% af 3 enter Held on Saturday mornings at
Statement of accounts of the her scucrt oe on the use of hab > einlsel, . es
British West Indies Schooner Own- y way of improving pumpin > 3 ’
ers’ Association (Inc.) for the year facilities. BOY SCOUTS’ TATTOO
ended 3ist eee: a, a Present were:— Dr. H. G Rehearsals for the Tattoo are
Statement of accounts 0! e : ‘4 ‘ : ti ae, n ein on ces
British West Indies Schooner Cummins, M.C.P (Chairman), getting well under way Last
Owners’ Association (Inc.) for the Dr. BD. Ss Gideon, Medical Friday afternoon about - fifty
year ended Slat December. 1960. Superintendent, Mr, R. B. Skeete Scouts and Scouters turned out
Statement of accounts 0! e z , rs - a ombe c 3
British West Indies Schooner and Mr. R. Maurice Cave. t Combermere Schopl and those

Owners’ Association (Inc.) for the practising for the bicycle display



six months ended on 30th June, met at the Garrison Savannah.
1951 The next rehearsal will be on
ae ie L he apey Be ene Friday next at Combermere
of am ater move e 8 r ne _ 7 ~
stearate "Stel | Kleven Chosen ® .° 2.8 oo Mhas es
Vehicles and Road TraMc Act in St. Michael are kindly asked
ac ricase doa Bill fixing T to attend with their Troops in
The ouse passed a xin y seat 3 when 7? nie
the Incume Tax rates fo: 1ff2 on oO O ose U niform. Let Sen have our o9
the same basis as in the previous operation chaps! We need at
year Ay ‘4 C e least 100 Scouts next Friday
Bill amending the Cab'? an arib ‘ night
Wireless (West Indies) Limited ears .
Act, 1939, (1939—4) CENSUS 1951/52
Resolution 2or $8,500, @ rere a Eleven pl ' 1 Census forms for the year
the unexpended balance © . Dlayers lave been se- 7» ing September ve been
provided in the Supplementary lected to represent Barbados ,at ending 30th a pi 0 have eta
Estimates 1951—52 to meet ex- Basketball avatnat k aril sent to the Parish Commissioners
penses in connection with the Bactr , agains the Carib for distribution to their respee-
preparation of a new Cost of Liv- ears, a Trinidad team which is tive Groups. Scouters are asked

ing Index.

The House began consideration
of the Bill to make betted prob
vision for local Government in the
Island, and passed 41 clauses with

expected to arrive here on Sunday
to play three colony matches, one
against Harrison College team and
one against College Old Boys and

to note that although the Forms
indicate that they are to be
returned to the Island Secretary
by 4th October, they should



amendments Another 3 Clauses Carlton combined. Four of the 4 in Dave
were postponed * a til players are members of College : turn oo press their Parish
» a ed un © ? ommissioner .
sae on Min Oncber Bae team and three are from Pirates
Club. LIAISON COMMISSIONER
“PENDS G *
It was originally decided to ATTENDS GILWELL

select the team the night before COURSE !

Dr. Cumntins Leaves

the first match was to be played, In a letter received soon ¥
s but the selectors since agreed to from Squadron Leader ‘Bill’
For Labour Inquiry select it earlier. Ramsay, who is | Liaison Com-

In basketball, only five players missioner for Barbados, he states



Dr. H. G. Cummins, M.C.P., of a team can be on the fleld at that he has attended a Wolf Cub
Deputy Leader of the House of one time, but players can be sub- Wood Badge Course at Gilwell
Assembly, left last night by stituted as the games progresse id "noes on’ t say: “We had a
B.W.1.A. for Trinidad intransit Five players can play through, or ®2@ 8 lightful course, very full
for Cuidad Trujillo with a view in the course of a game, all 11 most de A a eae vain the eni-
to a preliminary enquiry into who have been selected may get @nd complete wi a oe flooded
the possibility of recruiting Bar- a chance to play. = = Bp eee ee rite

i out one , &
badian labour for ee The following are the team into the permanent shelter on the
industry in the - Algy Symmonds (Harrison Col- London Campsite. However, our
Republic. lege Old Boys’) Capt., Gittens spirits were not dampened (the
; \ Quintyne, R. Forde (Pirates), ; ing wasn’t!) ..... I
s been - - onl thing that we

ane a ee his Alleyne, Emptage, Eastmond, Gib- ae aaa) y impressed with the
colony, the Leeward Islands and me (conan) aaa eas staff at Gilwell, and particularly
Windward Islands, through the = C.). ane seahatn arl- the volunteer’ members of the





iti fi i ‘raining Team. They had a real
British Charge d’Affaires in Cui- “The island colours will be red Training Te oe . pase! Cah an
dad Trujillo in connection with ang white. Uniforms have been Problem — two courses, _ a,
the matter. donated to players by Esso ©f 34 and one ladie a ree
Dr. Cummins expects to be through their local agents R. M. ming simultaneously. € i :
away for about a week, Jones. people from all over the wor.¢
: A practice match will be played there — 12 language groups (D
between the island team and a all were represented. : was

G. Ce picked team at the Y.M.P.C. to- truly international, I had many

“ lfito”’ ming morrow night. interesting discussions with all

froups represented. Incidentally
we had a young chap from B.G,
and a group from the Bahamos
on the Course. Good types too.’
TRAINING OF SCOUTERS

Over the week-end Saturday
20th, Sunday 21st September, the
second in the series of Founda-
tion Scout Courses was conduct-
ed by Mr. Charles Springer, act-

‘Saturday Oct. 4

The Elders and Fyffes SS.
Golfito is due to arrive in Bar-
bados on Saturday, October 4 at
12 noon from Southampton. The
ship will leave the same evening
for Trinidad, and Central Amer-
ica,

Pears, Cucumbers
In Good Supply

A quantity of pears and cucum-
bers can be had in the city with-
out any trouble. The price of the
cucumbers are ranging from 8c



Messrs. Wilkinson and Haynes aoe and pears are from 10c, to ing ‘Commissioner nS

Co., Ltd. are the local agents. Limes, too, are in fair supply rg Ws Bethel Troop. Two
and house-wives will have no “*"" . om Pi rg

difficulty in obtaining their quota, dozen Group Scouters shana |

7 Some breadfruits are still L. T. Gay, acting ee aa meg \ |

Qountry Busmen around the town for sale, People Commissioner, ‘1 attended oe a

are making them serve useful course; these Scouters were from

purposes along with a few pump- the Northern and Midland Areas

Play Between Trips

kins which arrived in the island The Scouters were divided into |
Buses that ply the long dis-| some weeks ago by schooner three _ patrols, ‘Baden-Powell =
tence routes in the various coun-| lhe ee ee



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wait for long hours’ between}
trips before they take to me)
road, while those routed in}
Bridgetown and its environs
leave at fifteen-minute intervals
and at the longest half an hour
intervals, |

Conductors and drivers of}
country buse; fill in the long
wait at the ‘bus stand at Probyn
Street by playing spirited games |
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DRINK
CLAYTON'S

Handicraft.
Committee
GiveReport

The Minor Handicrafts Devel-
opment Committee which was
set up to examine ways and

means of developing minor handi- |
crafts in the islana have submit- |}
ted their report to His Excellency
the Governor, and the report
being considered in relation
the five-year-development plan

to |

The Committee was set. up |}
under the chairmanship of Mr. |
D, A. Wiles, Assistant Colonial
Secretary with the following

terms of reference.

“To examine ways and means |
of developing minor handicrafts
in this island, whether existing
or new, with special reference

to

(a) projects and priority of |
development (by training ef
workers and improvement end
upgrading of workmanship; (c) |

supply of raw, semi-manufactured

or manufactured material for re-
commended projects: (d) method
of insuring steady and reliable |
production; (e) marketing and |
sales organisation; (f) subjects

which might be taken to arsist ;
development at a regional leve!
and by Government itself: and tk





make detailed recommendations
with estimates. where necessary
for such deve opment.” |



Women Seek

Over fifty women
the Employment and
Bureau yesterday to
ployment

A GREAT NAME 1 GRAND WHISKY

GRANTS

Work
gathered at

Emigration
seek em-

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The men for renewal gave the
ladies the opportunity of having}
the use of the building at that} Goa
time, One told the “Advocate’|} e Stole (

that she heard some women were |
wanted for work, su she took the}
chance of coming to the Bureau |
to see if she would be selected |

‘Somers’ and ‘Rowallan’, and the |
Course took the form of a Troo}
in Camp. The essential principle" |
and methods necessary for a suc- |
cessful conduct of a Scout Troop, |
as well as the relationship of the |

Troop to the wider — scout
administrative organisation were
thoroughly discussed,

Definite resolutions were made

at the end of each session of the

course, viz (a) Each Scoute

would read the “Scouter” and
the “Scout”. (b) Each Scouter
would do his best to ensure thrt
a “Group Committee” (Lay Per-
scns) Was appointed in hi

Group. (c) Each Scouter would
undertake to have Proper Troop |

Records kept in his Troop. (d)
Each Scouter would undertake |
to see that the ‘Patrol Sy ‘tem’ |
was used in his Troop. le
The Courre ended on Sunday | §
Morning with a Seouts Own at
which Mr. Springer gave a short |
pddregs stressing the need ost
ACTION, using the text “Faith
without works is Dead”
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LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, — on i
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| } LOST POLICY D ghouse called “ALPHA” and
toR RENT i FOR SALE } Samuel Timothy Gibbs having made | SHOP ttached situate at the corner
|Sworn deposition that Policy No. 21,429|ot WELLINGTON BECKWITH
nee ete nrnaemannerae aan ae “ jon his life has been lost, and having |STREETS, Bridgetown, standing on 3530
HOUSES made application to the Directors to/square feet of land
AUTOMOTIVE | grant @ duplicate of the same NOTICF | The house contains drawing and «lining
_n OW. : , . ata eee is hereby given that unless any objection | rooms, pantry and kitchen, on ground
Bam L s ete = ae CAR—One (1) Chrysler r) | 8 taised within one month of the date | floo wnd 2 bedrooms (1 with running
ing "Dilnians Bees 2: 1 Frigidaire Qial|Fluid Drive Automatic G ct hereof, the duplicate Policy asked for |, snd ‘usual conveniences, up
m8 ‘ . "2 10.52—3n. | Condition. Tyres practica jy | Will, be issued iC ent water and _ electrici*
tlh alee —j|to Mr. T. Sydney Kinch or Messrs » By Order, 1 “d
PLYMOUTH-—Crane Coast, November |C°Urtesy Garage 1.10.52—-12n Cc. K. BROWNE Inspection on application to Mes
7 ‘Sth r the premises, or Mrs
ond fem 8 Jan. to Jan. Sist, 1953. ; at Cosmopolitan Guest House
Phone. 2957. —~ 20.9.52—t.f.n ELECTRICAL rect; dial -ae38 So '
“a4 “ken aaa dca Guanes aon i ak roperty will be set p for
STONEYCROFT on Sea at Worthings. TWO (2) 12 gallon Electric Hot Water OFFI teal by public scanpatition at our office
Furnished infelhuding Simmons Best Beds] Geysers, brand new, selling at bargsin CIAL NOTICE James Street, Bridgetown, on Thursday
and Frigidaire. Lovely Neach Best Sea] prices. Apply: Stanley Kinch, Pho (th Ootaber, ae at 2 p.m
Bathing. - Dia) . 8133 2 an. | 2661 1.10,52—4n, | BARBADOS YEARWOOD & BOYCE
eas +—— acetone IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF 1.10. 52—3
WINSLEY=St. Leonards Avenue, West < . APPEAL ta
bury Road, Apply: T. Maraj 51, Swan LIVESTOCK : ‘ _ _ (Equitable Jurisdiction) | LE
Street 19. ee wn | JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintiff) OFFICIAL SA





LOFTUS OTWAY

WILKINSON
(Defendant)

WINIFRED-—- Land's End, 2-storey hour
drawing and dming rooms, 4 bedroom

Bitch Puppy. Phone 0174 ! BARBADOS

1 IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF



IN pursuance of

























. an Order in this
ail modern convenienées Ape Court, in the above action made on tne | inate deeeacten
3 rt fn s ue > » B1¢ 3ist day 952 sinel, *
Peete MOO. TPS fob MECHANICAL ail atscity (bavichs’ any ‘enteve notice to |JOHN ANTHONY CUMMING (Plaintif
=| fntereet nor any lien OF tucumtenin LOFTUS OTWAY WILKINSON
OLIVETTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avail-| affecting all that certain piece or parce IOTICE Mefendant
Ww ANTED able from Stock in various carriage|of land situate near Melrose in the par. |, NOTICE is hereby given that by vir-
se. vidths as follows:— ish of Saint Thomas and Island of Bar. |'U° °f 4 Order of the Assistant Court
1177 — $260.00 bados containing by admeasurement one | of Appeal dated the Sist day of July
= 15/7 — $293.00 rood thirty-five perches or thereabont, | 1952 there will be set up for sale to the
187 $325.00 ’ : ‘butting and bounding on lands of Lilia:. |°!#2est bidder at the Office of the Cle
HELP Enquiries to S. P. Musson, Son & Co.,| Holloway on lands of a place called “M.1. |! *he Assistant Court of Appeal at tac
—— | td. Dial 3713. 28.9.82--t.t.n,| 1080", 08 lands of the estate of Thomas [Court Howse, Brideetowe eek in tin
, - 3 —t.f.n.| Gill deceased and on the b » thours o: noor ind 2 o'cle
z DER, for Hs sed ¢ m the public road ¢ pride 3 .
AN GVeRREED WELDER. te aid, | however else ‘the ‘same may abut ass \ afternoon on Friday the 10th day of
Seer ean Applications in w ft-) SINGLE AXLE TRAT*ERS—Without| bound to bring before me an account o. | Cetober. 1962: All that certain piece o1
00 per ifionth. Applications incr ci | iyres, has bulit in hoist to the front. can | their said claims with their witnesses, [Parcel of land situcte near Melrose in
ie, Be aosory Up to 10th Octcver, | ct any make Tractor $360, other trailers| documents and vouchers, to be examined the parish of Sait horse and ne
Hayeone an 1.10.52—3: $00, Smith's Engineering Works. Phove|py me on any Tuesday, or Friday be |° Barbados containing by admeasure-
1908. seuatliaa 4949 30.9.52—0n |tween the hours of 12 (noon) and ment oe rood Kon = pomeat [pm gee
. _ fi . ... |or thereabouts abutting an unding on
LERK—* Works? ee o'clock in the afternoon, at the Officer > : 7
ennete Seat 350 eo Ber "mbt h POULTRY of the Clerk of the Assistant Court o, |/@0as of Lilian Holloway on lands of a4

place called “Melrose” on lands of the



Apply in person with written applicat =

Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetow:
to C, A, Rock Dowding Estat«

before the 8th day of October, 1952 estate of Thomas Gil], deceased, and on



POULTRY—Fight months old ha ii















































r a the public road or however else the
Trading Co., Ltd. Eckstein Broth 3.)\;AMMOTH BRONZE TURKEYS; 4189 oe te on claims may be rankec | same may abut and bound and if not
Bay Street.’ 2.10.52—90. Tour months old WHITE LEGHORNS, | {recording to the nature and priorit. finen sola tie said property will be set
— —_——— ag of extellent strain (including, Kauder’s).| °o° m ee Jaa onerwine such P2r-luy for sale v1 « ucceeding Friday
HOUSEKEEPER—For Codrington Col-} pjai 3102 for further particulars Gf the seid Becra uded from the benefi.lnerween tic same hours until the same
lege, St. {phn aa tiate ree, «th 1.10.82—8n : they pectet, and. be deptived:'o is sold for ua im not Less than
ticulars may be obtuined from the atic out claims on or against the said proper £159. 0. 0
Py ineipal. 20U {White Leghorn, we old | 8Y- an ts Stet day of July, 1963.
os —28.9:59—3n. | POULTRY Ved feom the famous| Claimants are also notified that the ered this i a
——~ | AMERICAN KAUDER 250/300 egg strain nee eee ae wen mY oe ante ag. Clerk of the
r J November 2nd and] 44 the o ctober 1952, at 10 ‘ “9 of Anoesl
MISCELLANEOUS Seal Teraiss earhatde. Hatching ngs ES toaea when their said claims will ae oa 8 ban
Â¥ i , 7 >OST ORDERS or PAY US A VISIT.]%* 7 1
eetcieen bed etting man ann Bennett near Gregg Farm, St. Andrew ie te my hand this 3ist day of
° Ss, “s 9 52-2 + 195 =
board, Box E. 8. C/o Advocate Co; 2.10.52-—2n a ad a
9.¥ 2 F. G. TALMA “fot
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Dr. Simon Tel. 3085 30.9.52—n ALMANAC — Raphael’s Almanac with ce
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__ }Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver Goo.
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giving cre aa vse | adjoining Royal Yacht Club p See it ki ;
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5 EVERITE SHEETS—A limited quantity
. lens 5 Ase aoe of second hand everite sheets. App!y BARBADOS CFFICIAL NOTICE
D. V. Scott & Co, Lte. White Park t
Telephone 4821 30.9.52-2n

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
naving or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance in or
iffecting the property hereinafter mentioned, the property of the Defendant. to
bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents ‘and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
'2 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown, before the 5th day of November, 1952 in order that such claims may





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vocate Stationery and] arriving in Barbados by Air only _a few | be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,
sae eee pore Finder be | days after publication in London, Contact | otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any acres: and be
eultably "rewarded. Dial 2972 lan Gale c/o Advocate Co., Ltd. Loca! ] deprived of all claims on or against the said property.

2.10.52--in. | Representative. Tel. 3113. Plaintiff — WINSTON IRVINE GRIFFITH

17,4,.52-—t.f.n Defendant — JAMES IRETON BROOME
salpmpansbsiaeenne acting herein by EDNA OSCOLA BROOME his Attorney on record in this Island,
x —. “RORAIMA" , a Chattel dwellinghouse | PROPERTY, ALL THAT Certain piece or parcel of land situate at Six Men’s
SS standing on rented land at corner of in the parish of Saint Peter and island abovesaid contairing by admeasure-
BUSH HILL and aera ee ses ee Rood vee a Perches or thereabouts (of which area Eight

> St. Michael. Inspection on appiication erches form part of an abandoned Public Road)

It s the ADVOCATE to the Public Trustee, Public Building on lands of Six Men’s Plantation rete as ae Mane he



on the Seashore on lands of Messrs, R. &
G. Challenor Ltd. and on the Public Road or however else the same may
abut and bound together with the Messuage or Dwe'linghouse thereon
and all other buildings and erections on the said parcel of Jand

getown
house and its appurtenances w!
be set up for sale by public competit«



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it our office, James Street, Bridgetowr built standing and being with the appurtenances,
on Thursday, 9th October 1952 Bill Filed 15th July, 1952. H. WILLIAMS,
3 1.30 p.m Dated 2nd September, 1952 Registrar-in-Chancery
ee YEARWOOD & BOYCE 3.9.52—4n
1,10. 52-—-8n
,
When your BACK
FORM i ;

The Land Acquisition Act,
1949

REAL ESTATE












get out of order, excess acids and (Notice required by Section 5)
wastes in the system THE acquisition, for public purposes

backache, rheumatism, jof the following parcel of land eun
disturbed rest that “tired , feeli taining are feet, more or R

follow. To make kidneys ‘ situs te ‘istown in the par i
com PPyind your | of St the Island of Barba ’
properly—and to keep them in good order— | described in the Scheduie hereto
use Dodd's Kidney Pills. Dodd’s Kidney thors particularly shown >and delineates | | e
Pills quickly rid your over-burdened blood | 2" P!"" of survey signed by Mr. C. K ])

Nichols, Sworn Surveyor, and dated { :

of excess acids and wastes so that pure, | 5\\,. i952, and filed in the ofl |)
fresh blood flows to the Colonial Engineer having bec! }y B L A D Oo N
Then you feel better —look better — lecided n by he Governor with th
better and you are yin ppreval of both Houses of the Legisia

(ure of the Island of Barbados by re
lution of the Houses of the Legislature

is hereby decia‘ed in pursuance ¢
tion § of the Land Acquisition Act |)
nat the said lands have be }
red for the following purposes: fo
erection of a fish market

& coe.

AF.S.,

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THE SCHEDULE " :
A parcel of Imnd containing by Phone 4640 say Plantati muntios
mensurement 4306 square feet, more « ons
less, situate at the junction of Que:

Street and Sand Street in Speightstoy +O®
ht parish of St. Peter, butting «
1orth on lands of F. Miller, on
seashore, on the south



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iand of the Vestry of St Peter (bel: 2
the side of the preteen ia ¢
on the east on San € ue Tins SWEET CORN, Tins WHITE PINNACLE GRAPES, Tins ¢
Street -aforesaid, ith th ee , Tins s
Street lore ccigms teerbort KOO GRAPES, Tins FRUIT COCKTAIL, Tins PEACHES, @
Dated this twenty-ninth day o Tins PEARS, Tins PINEAPPLE, Tins PINEAPPLE CHUNKS, <
September, 1 i teen Hou Tins GARDEN PEAS, Tins JERSEY TOMATO JUICE, Tins ¢
wn the Teed) ALFRED SAVAGE, LOTONS TOMATO JUICE and Tins HAMS (sizes 6-Ib to 3
yernor =| s «
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Y p $0 § 11 YEARS — 11 YEARS >
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“AT” CE
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See aaeCo DELILAH will be celebrated with a sb
1927. DOWN BY THE OLD MILL | $
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2068 HAVANA IS A-CALLING \ f
ME ;
OBTAINABLE AT
ote RES ARIO Under the Avspices of -
2209 MY INSPIRATION The Barbados Workers’ Ale E. I "A YLOR LT D.
2690 SAY IT WTH MUSIC Union
2692 EASTER PARADE And
2697 -HEATWAVE The Barbados Labour Party ( e
2698 BLUE SKIES

On
Monday, 6th October, 1952
(Bank-holiday)
A

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QUEEN'S PARK

3 Special Lines in Ladies Shoes up to the Minute Style
$6.37 and $8.57 :
CELANESE PANTIES 93 to $1.76
SLIPS @ $2.04
PYJAMAS $3.29
“ NIGHT GOWNS $3.28
IRISH LINEN SUITS for Men $74.00
CREPE DE KASHMIR 7)
WHITE & COLOURED SHARKSKIN from $1.47 to $2.80
SMBROIDERY GEORGETTE $2.44 — White and Coloured
PLAIN SPUN 72c. to $1.44
PLAIN CREPE 72c. to $1.83
SATIN 84c. — White and Coloured
FUGI 36c. and 72c.
DOTTED SPUN 96c.
FRONT DOOR FIBRE MATS $3.92
BED TICK $1.46 to $2.93
PULL-OVERS 85c.

BAVARIA BEER
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Donkey Races
Acrobatic Display
Pyramid Building
Hand Balancing
Muscle Control, Etc.
Beauty Contest

See the Crowning of
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Spinsters vs, Married

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FOR METAL . $6.78 per gin.
FOR WOOD .... $5.76 per gin. H Conent sa —the B
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{ 7 pm. and d- t ial: 0 ‘

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1952

SHIPPING NOTICES

CFFICIAL NOTICE
IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

BARBADOS



















In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons / neni —
having claiming any ests right or interest or any lien or incumbrance in oF ROYAL NETHERLANDS | ne re eT od
affecting the property here fter mentioned, the property of the Seen 7 | The M/V ‘MONEKA” will
bruy, before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents an ccept Cargo and Passengers for
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of STEAMSHIP co. aoe ee aaea: Montserrat,
12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Nevis ana ‘St Kitts, and Pas-
Bridgetown, before the Sth day of November, 1952 in order that such claims miay SAILING FROM EUROPE sengers only for St. Lucia, Sail-
be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,’ ,; ¢ NESTOR, 19th September, 1952 ng Friday ard October, 1908
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any dectee and be 1 ¢ jWERSILIA, 26th September, 1952 :
deprived of all claims on or against the said property. M.S. BONAIRE, 3rd October, 1952. ‘ has “CARIBBEE”

Plaintiff? — CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS SAILING TO EUROPE ‘The MV ie ee =~
; accept Cargo and Pass
Defendant WILMER ORNESTINE CUMMINS 7 + 4 52 w s Montserrat,
" ’ nt t t Codrington M.S. WILLEMSBTAD, 7th October, 1952 Dominica Antigua, 14 .
PROPERTY ALL THAT c ain piece or parcel of lend situate a’ sone a St. Kitts, and Passen-
Hi in the parish of nt Michael and Island of Barbados abovesaid con- SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO Nevis and St. St ee eae
ta ning by admeasurement one a one rood or thereabouts Abutting and AND BRITISH GUIANA gers only = S ane ae
bounding on lands of Samuel James Caddie of one Ford of Alfred C. M.S NESTOR, Srd October, 1952 Saturday 1I1t ic’ ‘
Deane and on the Public Road, or however else the same may be abutting M.S. BONAIRE, 20th October, 1952

. os ve E’
Together with the messuage or dwellinghouse thereon called MAYVILL!
and all other buildings and erections on the said land erected and built
standing and being

BW. sUMOONER OWNERS’
ASSOCIATION (INC.)

SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND CUBACAO
M.S. HERSILIA, 13th October, 1952.

f . Tele. No. 4047 i}

Bill Filed 5th August, 1952 H WiLsIAMS, S. P. MUSSON, SON @ CO. LTD., Consignee \
Dated 2nd September, 1952 Registrar-in-' ob nad ae i eile asia

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LONDON,
TEST MATCH dates for the visit of the Australians to
“ngland next summer have been arranged. The Austra-

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lians will play five Test The first will be at Trent Bridge

from June 11—16, the second at Lords % Jur :

the third at Manchester from July 9 4, the fourth

Leeds from July 23 } i the fifth at the Oval f1

August 15

CRI - af ¥ a

COU CRICK Co WEIGHTLIFTING:
A. § Oakmar
oe) fms i Trinidad B
eeu T y ! ye « «
“joerc. trinidad Beat
Africa o th Arundel Cast! |
1 “Vv lt € hit ‘ . « .
They wil take up Barbados 6-1]

oir reTit in
Winter ‘ware: icom Our Own Correspondent

a PE te nay PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. 1

ZUCCHER the best fe rinidad won five of six < et
cenuaia tn: Sues ; se Ris cae daa Fa . a Picture shows Ken Farnum Barbados “A” Class Champion finishing
able starter for the 50,000 dolls antest. at. the. Intereolonia] Second in the first round of the 1,000 metre elimination sprints in
oe lapmes peony ak We Les ee eae aay Ae er the Olympic Games at Helsinki on July 28th.
internationa] race at Laurel Per Veightliftir Tournament with
Maryland on October 18. If Barbade t the Drill Hall, Port-
necessary rrangement car {-Spain, last night to capture the BOXING:
made he will be ridden by the sablanca Cup A Oro, a
year old Lester Piggott At the cor ston of the ont i

SPEEUWAY uy at uv this Morning F OFt« A W d A t

JACK YOUNG, world spoc.- “Spain's Mayor George Cabral or l oO mateurs
way champion for the eco! Will ptain of the Trinidad
year in succession, |} return r he Granderson Cup to
to Australia. In Sydney his wil Kilgour, adjudged the be By GEORGE SPENCER
Joan, and two daugfters, Car ifter on Hoffman formula for the
aged 7 and Pauia aged 2 wiil night. Kilgour, Trinidad’s heavy 1 1047 « ‘ batt a ine saente P Mni ns, 4
waiting to greet him. You € champion who won a IN 1947 when Easy Be rancl ol Prinidad knecke
plans to return to England in bronze medal at the World Olym- out Kid Francis, our local: middleweight Champion, and
March and will bring his fan pies at Helsinki this year estab- subsequently when the same Easy Boy knocked out Jacl:
with him. He will ride for W lished co an Si i ee Sharkey, a runnerup to Francis, I wrote an article in the

s ests shed ; ast ght’s * : ‘ a
Ham. , oA ay Pua SF yar Advocate entitled “Barbados left virtually without Boxing

_ > BOXING Barbados’ lone victory was reg- Champion.

TERRY ALLEN, former wor! istered by George Nicholls, In another article during the succeed. And sO I come to the
fly-weight champion has an < Speightstown sugar cane factory same period, I wrote a few si.g- point where I will impart a hin:
portunity to regain his Brit vorker who beat Tudor Sampson gestions for the revival of the to all amateur boxers in Barba-
title. On October 21 at Horr in the 148 pound class, Nicholls game, among which was one dos, Before you start to box,-or
gay he fights the unbeaten Ericy pressed new Trinidad and British avking schools, and Youth rather before you start to put
Marsden for the title lefy vacant Empire records, His 230 pounds Organisations to co-operate. To- on gloves, practise this all-
by the retirement of Teddy Gard- press passed by all three judges day we see the formation of an important fac tor of this manly
aer. They appear on the same wa, claimed as an Empire re- amateur Boxing Association. art—Footwork”.
bill as the Turpin-Angelo fight cord. ) ebirea te In the first article I wrote, I Saag i
for the Empire middle-weight Winners _ {or Trinidad vote particularly made mention as to Footwork is a very important
he pear Auburn Savary 123 pounds, is - c * ¢ asset in a boxer’s makeup. I!
championship. " 32 Lio DeFreitas 165 and the cause of failure of most of s ;

GOLF Wilkes 132, Lio DeFreitas 169 anc the local boxers, A wrong begin- YOU, consider the fact that the
Baas 20UL- Harrison Skeete 18} Pounns. ning is the handicap ‘starting Position of the feet controls
FRED DALY and A. POUL- Strong man Christopher Carrin g I
; M oyong man ~ Me = aie vaiep every movement in boxing, you
TON set up a golfing record la t {ton “Mr. Trinidad 1952” won r. the wrong way, Will’ See how sieqesseae itt iene
ir thi ie 11 ‘colonial’ corftest over Basil W v ssary
Ss et en enna: a a ee ue "5 I can clearly remember when concentrate on this important
Boerne a gga as PR lad 65. Joe Ralph, the Belgian Terror branch of the game.
Walton Heath went to the 30th points to 65. Went 3p Beiish ocuiana in’ 19
“hole before Daly sank a 12 yard = ' ulana’ in 2°"; at is fairly obvious that the
putt for a win. He went on Will ree a ne cones speedy boxer should be able to
take the Championship hi Sedgman u pA a ie solelage a get about onally and quickly on
third success in this event since ° . a oe a de al is feet, and even if you might
the war. —L.E.S. Defend Davis Cup putting on gloves, he had a six- Ara



Mrs. Neil Hopman, wife of Aus-

months’ course in Anatomy,
Physiology, Blood circulation and

PAST vs PRESENT =| ralia's Davis Cup team manager, ("Jone so that the pupil wil
Harry opman, is ‘“certé ’ a . Se ee
COMBERMERIANS lawn tennis stars Frank Sedgman ek wie bay. ae pues
THE Annual Past vs. and Ken McGregor will turn pro- * ‘i a
Present Combcermerians fessional immediately after Aus- This does not mean that those
mateh takes place at Com- tralia’s defence of the Davis Cup lads who have already made
bermere School at 1.30 to- next December. progress must start all ove:
day. All Old Comber- She says so in a cable to-day again nor do I mean merely to
merians are invited to at- from New York to the Melbourne criticise the system adopted by
tend. Tea will be served at Herald, the local boys. On the contrary,
3.30 p.m. and there will be Mrs. Hopman believes that it is my intention to help as
cocktails after the match, Bobby Riggs, the U.S.A. profes- much as I possibly can to further
The Old Boys’ team is as sional, is confident of getting the advancement of the boxing
follows:— ©. D. Spooner Sedgman and McGregor for a pro- game locally.
(Captain), A. 8, Warren, fessional tour beginning in Janu- ‘
(Vice-Captain), M, W. In 1949, a few lads were invi-

Clarke, O. S. Coppin, C. R. E.
Warner, D, W. Sayers, S. I.
Smith, F. G. Smith, A. F.
Daniel, N. S, Lueas, L. N.
Foster.





ary.
It was feared

turn professional after he

Sedgman would
had
been chiefly responsible for Aus-
iralia’s keeping the Davis Cup last

ted to Grenada, to take part in
contests with opponents § trom
neighbouring West Indian islands
and British Guiana, but failed to
secure a single victory. This in

year, oe

* » 4 my opinion, was not due to lack
Yy a — a ies sated of determination and grit of these

° j ou, _anc ay be parc °C poys, but, according to reliable

Floodlit Meet if we receive this news with a aources DOO: boxing ability

Pi smile—and if “you” happen to ae far sak know r he

be a struggling, honest-to-good- lac ° x ; , es
; ? ace boxers into tw cate-

oslponed ness coaching professional the P aged The +t ee es : +

‘ > 5 » rather rueful gories, e boxer born anc t

Plans for staging a flood-lit mile ma, _ well be ra : - boxer made,
Cycle and Athletic Meeting at Before Sedgman and his, bride

Kensington this mvath have had Sled for Europe last January [I make this reference because
to be called off because of the they were handed a cheque for jt is the custom of most beginne:

electricity situation. Alternative
plans are however being consid-

ered for staging a meeting later
this year.

Meanwhile, the Holborn Boys
and the A.A.A. will send teams

to Trinidad to compete in the two-
day meeting which is being staged
‘under the auspices of the All Star
Cycle and Athletic Club of Trini-
dad. The local teams are due to
leave by air this evening on their
tour.

Holborn Boys will be sending a
sixteen-man team comprised of
three athletes and thirteen cyclists,
while the A.A.A, will send two
representatives who have been
invited by the All| Star Club.

WATER POLO

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this afternoon at the Barbado
Aquatic Club, men's games to
commence at 4.55 p.m,_ ladies’
4.30 p.m.

The men’s team are a
A, Clarke, J, Jordan, ¢ Evely
G. Jordan, L, Best, H, Portel
and M. Weatherhead

B.—D. Bannister, K. Inc R
Eckstein, A. Taylor, G. McClea

T. Yearwood and A. Weatherhea¢
Ladies’ teams, A.—Francis Be!

mar, Patsy Chandler, Janik
Chandler, Diana Johnson, Terr
Wallbridge, Brenda Foster, Je:
Chandler and Jean McKinnor

B.—B. Hunte, B Williams, P
Pitcher, P. Fitzpatrick, Phylii
Chandler, Annette Fletcher an

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writing about,



If Sedgman does change status and agility of Jim Driscol. His
then indeed we can say that he footwork was faultless and }
has made the best of both possible bodyshifting superb. Gene im-
worlds, pressed me as the master boxe

—L.E.S I doubt very much if there
- any beginner who can copy
+ ° Gene’s system of training ar
Gore Hits veceed as he did, I doubt it
101 Not Out Then I will put Young Blac!
man in category two. The boxe |
ae Pee ; xe < yi}
(From Our Own Correspondent) made. This young boxer, a pus
verre eae 7 of Joe Payne (The Maste
ANTIGUA, Oct, 1 eins 5 . P “
St. Kitts won: the toss and sent Fechnician) is particularly out

Antigua in on a soft wicket which

later improved.

Since
a big oil company have an-
nounced in Australia that Sedgman
has become full owner of a Mel-

and United
something
cm-
his professional career
-if he really decides to do so.

After he had won the Wimb'e-
he said he
turn professional and !
defend
his title. But Mrs. Hopman must a
be assumed, to know what she is



to imitate famous boxers who
ave already made good, instead
of adopting a style of their own.
This is not always right. The
following examples will explain
what I really mean.
Radio Gene the
Tiger, I will put in the first
category—the boxer born,
When I was_ introduced
Gene in 1935 he invited me
his Gymnasium one evening
see him ‘Round-off” for
Aight with Baby Smiles.
got there I was surprised to
see that Gene neither possesse |
punching bag nor a_skippins
rope, Yet Gene had the enduranc
ef a healthy lion, and the timing

Speightstown

lo
to
to
his

ptanding, having imbibed all
was taught to him by his teache:

At close of play, the score was The first example shows _ that
258 for 7 Skipper Gore 10] not you cannot always duplicate
out. His innings included 5 sixes. “nother boxer’s method of train-
Christian mede 58. He hit 6 sixes ing; and the, second shows thot
Anthonson made 32 which in- only by starting the right way
luded 2 sixes, with capable handling can voi
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escape punishment if your foot-
work is faulty. So I will recom-
mend the following exercise to
ensure that your footwork will
some time or other prove a san-

guine weapon in both attack
and defence
Stand in the usual boxing

position, then step forward with
the left foot and follow with th
right. Take three paces like tnis
forward and retreat in the same
manner only this time using the

right foot first following back
with the left.
The same exercise should be

carried out in stepping sideways,
to the right or to the left. If
stepping to the right use the right
foot first, If to the left use the
left fioot first. Go through these
movements slowly at the com-
mencement gradually increasing
in speed. Do not move your feet
far from the ground it must be
liding movement.

After you have practised this
for some time you will maintain
perfect balance in your move-
ments, backwards, forwards or
sideways and it is only a punch
vital spot to knock you
down, You might be able to send
a piston-like left jab or a smash-
ing right cross, but if your toot-
work is poor then you are no
natch for a crafty opponent

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LONDON,

_ The 100,000 crowd at Wembley waited expectantly as
the four riders coaxed their machines nearer the tapes.
The Speedway Championship of the World was at stake
and Jack Young of Australia needed only to come second

in his final
succession.

With a roar from their 3% h.p

ngines th riders were away
Into the lead shot Bob Oakley anc
there on his tail was Jack Young
unbeaten in any of his previous
four rides, Would Young try {oi

another victory would he con-
tent himself with second place
and the Championship?

or

The answer

dent as they

soon became
t roared around thy
rach Oakley the pace and
Young Was conten: to follow. H

reat effort had been made in a

arlier heat, when he beat Fred
(ie Williams the 1950 champion
in a grand-stand finish on the
last bend. Now Young was satis-
fied with the two points which
gave him the title.

evi-

et

That is the man all over. There

is nothing spectacular about his
technique He travels fast but
without apparent peril, His great

tiribute is the ability to produce
resul He wins, Wins and wins
oeain

Speedway supporters may feel

that the lack of high speed cor-
nerings With legs a-trailing, flying
cinders and numerous spills which
were their lot before the war
have taken something out of the
sport. They get their compensa
tion, however, from men like Jack
Young who produce a_ higher
quality of racing and a finer level
of achievement.

Married, with two children,
Young carne to England in 1949 to
ride for Edinburgh, in the second
division. He wiped up the oppo-
sition so successfully that within
a twelve-month he was the envy
of every club in the country.

Last year in a sensational triple-
tie which necessitated a ride-off
he became the first man to win
the World! Championship while
with a Second Division club.

£3,750 Transfer

At the beginning of the present
season he was transferred to West
Ham in the First Division for a
record fee of £3,750 and within a
couple of moaths had added the
mateh race championship to his
world title, beating Ronnie Moore
the 18 year old Tasmanian who
rides for Wimbledon.

No rider has ever won the twe
titles in the same year, and until
Young’s success at Wembley last
week no rider had pulled off the
Championship in successive years

Young, a good-looking, slightly -
built man of 26 has now won
every major honour that speedway
has to offer. For in addition to
his individual successes he hms
captained Australia in Tests
against England

The speedway world is at his
feet. His popularity cannot be
‘loubted. When he rode in to the
pits after his championship victory

@ was immediately besieged by
fellow-riders and mechanics anx-
ious to congratulate him, Their
sincerity was obvious.

And what a reception awaited
him when, after the presentation
of the Cup by Sir William Slim,
Australia’s nextt Governpr-Gew-
eral, he and the two runners-up,
Freddie Williams and Don Oakley,
jumped aboard the Wembley trac-
or which sweeps the track for a
victory ride round the stadium.

It may have been Young’s slow-|

est ride at Wembley. It was cer-

tainly his greatest.
—L.E.S.

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Sports Di
ports Diary
October
2nd Golf; Scottish Women
i Gleneagies
Newmarket, Haydoc
Steepicchase Wore

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Racing
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final

Gt
First

Brita.
Te:

er
Musby
v. Aust :
(Leeds!
Racing? Pontefract, Newbur:
Steeplechase—Hexham

Tennis:
Court
mence
Golf: Worplesdon
Foursome
Racing: Nottingham: Steep!
chase--Fontwell Park. Hes
ham
lawn Tennis: National Cox
ered Courts Championship
Worplesdon Mixe
ysomes.

: Nottingham;
Fontwell Park.
Scottish League vy
League of lIreland—Hampden |
Park. |
Lawn Tennis: National Coy |

ered Court Championships
Golf: Worplesdon Mixed |
Foursomes, |
Golf: Dunlop Masters Tourn- |
ament at Mere.

Racing: Lingfield Park
York.

Lawn Tennis; National Cov-
ered Court Championships,
Golf: Dunlop Masters Tourn-
ament at Mere
Golf; Worplesdon
Foursomes,

Racing: Lingfield Park, York;
Steeplechase — Stratford o
Avon,
Lawn Tennis; National Cov
ered Court Championships,
Racing: Ascot Heath.
Soccer: F.A. Challenge Cu}
Competition 2nd qualifyin:
round. ‘
Lawn Tennis: National Cov
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Racing: Ascot Heath, Stock
ton; Steeplechase—Chepstow,
Wetherby Carlisle, Uttoxeter
Boxing: Empire Heavyweight
Championship— Johnny Wil-
liams (G.B,) v. Johnny Ar-
thur {S. Africa) at Leicester
Steeplechase: Carlisle, Uttox
eter, Plumpton, Southwell.
Racing: Newmarket; Steeple
chase—Southwell.
Golf: Palace Hotel
ment—-Torquay
Racin, Cesarewitch
market).
Steeplechase—Cheltenham
Golf: Palace Hotel Tourna
ment—Torquay.
Racing: Newmarket;
chase—Cheltenham.
Newmarket
International Wales y.
d_ (Cardiff)

yy League International

ther Nationalities v. Eng.
land (Huddersfield).
Racing: Redcar, Sandown
Park, Warwick; Steeplechase
Huntingdon, Taunton.
Racing; Wolverhamptort; Stee-
plechase—Wye.
Boxing: Empire Middleweight
Championship Randolph
Turpin (G.B.) v. George An-
gelo (S. Africa) at Harrin-

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By kind permission of the
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Till RSDAV OTTOBF.R 5. 1S! RARRMOS ADVOCATE I'AGE THREE House Will Discuss Maude Bill Again Today Committees Section For Consideration THE HoilM Of Assembly meet UMI;IY .it .1 pni to cofw tuidcraUon of ihf local Government tiiii wl i Committee. During a MVCO-houi %  %  Bill on Tuead LI Clau* .i with % %  • %  %  I i The Clauses already considered deal w
v nt and tU constitution. Local Fred ,. ..,, provisi<.ns us to members and meeting of Local Authorities and Elections, and offences relating to fallun teitain provisions. Q| that] m of offic* I %  wit* Coo mitteei %  >r on Jannan II %  %  !* %  I of on no joint < omrru I \^ni i i>nrii.. ,.f ,| K Dm m TUffAay, th-Select Committre ,. An_ utditional amendment SUm Kll I I II l\ I HIS f.£RMAN llt\l\ UHMR %  i u the Clan I 0, the '" I 21 A Aidciman and CoOnell' ol the District Council m '' !; i ntiHad to i e p ild UM Mini of is (or each meeting of ihmk reasonable. ln Council of h< '.liiinal sub-clause as ac*. Commlt^e th*te< i %  %  UM BUI was that the Disattended, bu* no iucn \ to UM f*"Un*i'lor shall h, paid i Chairman the reasonable travelfrenter sum thtin forty dollars in Other axpenaej incidenreaped of suth meetings attend' 1 1 'al to his office, in any one calendar vear. „. ,. „ ,_, %  %  II. G. (NMmliu (L) anid Mr. ,. II tdims (L) wanted that he would accept the amendto Know why the Select Commitments to sub-clauses 2. 3 and 1 %  % %  h ad put the sub rlause In but not the unendmenl dealin,; rnpreheoelva way. Alwith clause 21 A. which had just tnoaA h* was nut opposing it ho been read by the honourable junior felt that it should have remained member for St. Lucv. Government %  t out In the original leli thru section 140 made profor expenses incurred in Councillors. The Asian Defence Conference This Month Bi i Itu Mill HUM KV WAS %  \ %  .. ...i . ilk \ which iii take place %  %  United ci in uiln %  %  : UM \I. ii \ t en could bl %  %  SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay I %  *.* rnHi .flM 10 <• V G : .U A I %  If you suffer from acid indigestion.. .'Doha'ana tvekj PBM *wtft afef G | Dols. wille* row HOBMCfe to ncutrsiinng the aeceai *.'! Mossgg "w cause ol the lioubk. I' to be taken In *aier so that m MK'ihiritf lohatoa mom quickly re*, he* all the inftVncd roocosa nt i be stomach wall First Official Appearance RAILROAD REPBESEM ATIVUH. pottca i a %  then the Labsch Hamburg ssuarsas, which jumped tie rail* sons, Injuring 35 seriously Ace! v. was wrapped around the bridge p peratioux on seenr of wink nt nl llaubtirK. Ociuitnv. killing nine per i extricate, trapped victim-. Car nhown Iphofe 'n Touch With Barbado Coastal Station um tee that the Council 'liould %  vuimvu H. Mr. Adams raid il v-. w.K.(..xia) moved th;it travelling by Councillors. The matter of I BW1 being judge ir !K. C A ^J 1 Postponed In order nxmbers of the Vestry were no" his own cs i ed lh| .iJif Ji nr lf n r mun r l o n pa'd. but the member* of the the appointment of the retm wiT 5fr„ Hnuw were They happened to officer mted with the Dlstx.el %  %  -L L.T'i^ \ h> S i ld S? !* %  !p " ll liv '' bw, >rwpon-nbl Council at it> Annual n was^ agreed i n Select Commit, for legislation whereas the Council meeting chairman of the was more or less an administrative The Clause was sut i receive a salary body, hence the two bodies were passed, and the two tu< that was why a principle not at all on nil fours. was agreed to. He said that at the present Large Districts moment the Churchwarden of Christ Church received a salary e utd that die districts as set of $]u0.oo and the post would be out "' ,he schedule were somethat of Chairman of the District. whal lar e ana be thought that it was right that any expenses Travel Incurred In travelling by a councillor or by a member of a subMr. C) T. Allder (I) imed committee should be paid by the W1U) UM View exprcswd by the Council. nonourabw member for St. Mr %  : Melller (Cl said that ^Express' Warns Against More Concessions Claussw passed without debate The IsMSSe a.eesHe.1 without debate an ameadmrnl u< Cl task 26 tu the effect thai a voter must three months immrdUleK prior to an election, be ordinarily resident In the local government electoral area, and Ute nest four rlastaes were sireed to without discussion. The | iWialiasg io>ii>oncd I'll" ON U-WI (.irr..l.c. LONDON. Ocl I %  i>u paon el) attackto by the i it ill Espress I tfXUgnl Use r:\pre** uraM Use Presudaol ol tie %  any kind which will pri with furl er I larked develop "< ment of the '""kins; over Clause 21. subsideraU^n ") Clause* 31 win Clause. He said that the Chairfl-'"-** 2 nf the original Bill, he deals with the disquulincati'"r N him man of -he Work Council might 'ound that the southern district for office, and Clan11 was have to do some travelling when wa entitled to five councillors passed with an amendment that of tinCubai they got The parishes amalgan d be would like to know what mated. The Chairman might be bad caused thchange to four. ^mMlfdVncJ ^ sJhV^a He Mi %  w necessr>ft he :,,f lrs ** ,he P"'h. -nrt die light even have to do ravelling than the Mavor ig th n i iuon Itr EL C. M 140 made travelling expenses for changes they were making (L) said I everyMr. O. T. Adder (I) said that he hoped no dlscrimina'.mn would nko place between the Chad man of the Work Council aDd UM Mayor. Mr. (J. H. Adams an( j a proviso addeii b changes which they were making. 37 that if notice of p casual greed with the p person elected to the other of l-xaeetn, uyi he slu in Mayor or Chairman of a Cnuneil room MB of the plush Clarldgcs or Alderman or Councillor should Hotel in 4 rfatr and make declaration of aeeaptan %  ill sugar". of office within 7 days Instead of It was Dr MeiW who "id "We 14 as was proposed in the orlgn Inci your go> Bill. mportt Cuban Clause 33 was agreed to Wil Id not dasno. debute, and th J,om f f Ih J c, /J ,n V".." .if that colony and was not the 1U interest of the welfare of 11, responsibility of the Corporntlon. People. Mr it ; Mpp .|.i .,,! • '" %  ummlee pointed out that ZjC Wing the fact that they to as much M money was involv.-,. had not yet decided on th" ,l was matter for the Goveiusalsry for the chairman Uiere ".e-a to bring the matter before wos no harm in poP*>nna the ln clause. year then, notwithstanding an> 'ithcr proelghsn of the Act. t>. trm of ottVce of th.person si electnd to flU Such vaaaj be for 3 years. Clnuse >t and 39 were passer and Clause 40 amended to provide for a efx-moi iniprlfionrnesit, alternativ.' lo $500 nne where a returning officer onducl an election. flnuae 41 Amended %  1',.1 %  %  1 '.4k who had sustained Britain kit twe ruggjini H ifivn igar plant iliut • %  npt b^fh' r 1 lareaa %  %  Pssct i>e< %  1 :. President of Ihe Board %  %  1 %  -.'ket. I T %  .. %  . s| Disagreed 41 was amended to InMr. Talma qmstioncd whethei elude tho concealing of nominetunity < %  stbetanrlblly Lncn tiie House was not still the cusu>tion papers an offenia in Uks> mini eseporti M the taxpayers pur*e manner as defacing or destroMr. strings, and stressed that it If. Adam* it) said that a niatler to be decided by the he could not agree with the House. motion by the honourable memMr. Adams said that experience s* Tliomas for postponehad shown Uist in most cases. r UN ( :., He dl not even m the United Slates. Central knciiv whethir the honourable Government had at some time or membewns in favour of paying other to go to the assistance of papers as an offeruv with gfmtl ing such a paper, -.nd further % %  increase the line for such in offence froja $100 to |50u w.h the alternative of six rffarririmpri.sonment Clause 42 was also Officials I'•-sifilial I I .. •h yc-xb <"< f site con c r Dolsa R1I10III DICtSIIOI Over ijii* n tM (Hiw o> kMtf Sura. Auutanc* % %  U %  > i**—> i -p b* SSSSMISI MI^-II -KCI ISBS '"4 ORSht BJiO) Ik* P>IM fSSSSM W %  i|i 1 an %  ..1 iof t, s a %  > . %  Naaar* I M-.ki S I Kmll 1 •rimar*, as s Jub-n Nr-t..r HSU ika s s rat* 11 1 r. 1 ... *t a 1 •< 1 W 'WP Children grow up strong and healthy on %  ECAUtl..." 1 dm 1 looiht*iu*h*hj>c ssndlc lhey"re nuds to hslp you en late Iht lu.Jc.i m iravh More SSMk4l than thai of any mhei i.Milhlifuih Pint Hn.UNflon Junior and Syloti B.h. frrf CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH Virol Virol pcovule* all tincssen 11..1 ingredients thsit g/uwing Jiiklnn need. It is a highlv cuesMBtUalcd hcaktli food tli.il helps huttd itsoes; bono. food tooth and Uurd) Umbs. t-hakheri krvc the Aavoui ol Vtrol aad hesstuve ihcy always take d wiHtogfy dsey X^JGPM .? More tigyplian re than •• local auUionties. mid therepuni I in s200 a month or whether he fore government had to consider case of concealment of nomination CAlId* (Jtl 1 Egypt -I. ( tabtnet %  med Andel '.: Vice Prc' OB Wednesday. %  1 1 s mar .lit l^U.I "pposition to that of the member The Clause was then passed witn one yeor. St John with regard lo Poor the other amendments. Clause 44 was pas ed Relief. He also mentioned that Clauso 22 was passed without ,-imeiidioent. and rorci 1 England, the local Government debate and in Clause 23, Mr. the Chairman of I old suggest lees money. r five v ar H %  1 Oovenunent to spend n man It could afford. Referring to Use remarks b* e member for St. John Mr. Adams said thai the %  what extent it could commit papers, while Clause 43 which itself. ..fTi 1 < 1 TIK motion (1 the inclusion ;,tc some other pi of an additional sub-seotion to (he purpose of applying for • of Counballot pap ling meetings, was apply for a second ball'* put and resohi-d in tie. and the was amended to Increase .formaChairman voted again*', the SUKterm of Imprisonment foi direct i;. said that when he sjioke nf the Administration of Poor Law. he meant not %  niton of pensions I Ul the administration of Cottage hospital* commonly known here ;t almshouv*. rH ild that taVre was no supervision of curative servlces. Tho 18 was passeil with a nilror Clause 18 was passed without discussion. Clause 20 was passed with an amendment Clause 21 v.as then considered Tlse amendm'ntN tn tht* clause previd'-d tor three l>h*ri I'tSTB-tllr—'1 In the Northern Phil 111 for 11I parish, hut sui 1 ml lrsl-d of five Dl' iriet C'MII rillurs In each psrlsh in the ^nulh-rn Drs'-let. th*r • hould he feev Ir. earh of RSI parb.hr* nf St. Philip and Si Oeorie. thrfr far the parish of M John five for tba' n.rt nf Ihe p.irish of Ctetd (hur.h lytar srtthla the 1 wrlheni frta •riet and Iwo for tht oart of si M.-hirl lvinwilhlii the HeeUtern nislrlet on was also made in the amendment for 'he Councillor" passsW : ported progress, 11 1 asked leave the apeu whereby at for 'lie Committee to sit again. I x pressed with the provision .11 -ujent to the Initi'd If was 12.4^ U asaetloi an Alderman of the Disand the House adjourned trlct Council should be appointed todnv at 3 o'clock In the to be a returning offlcit noon. if the general 1 and t> Coi .nicatton 1 latry'i Purge < %  nimitiee b —r.p. 1 PAN A IS THE ANSWER For extra power A lonqer life CITY GARAGE TRAD1SG VICTORIA STRFET CO. 1 IV V0 t-atf !" Protect your gums sad you protect your teeth, foe gum troubles csuse over 50 per cent, of toothloescs. To promote firm, besJihy gums, use Ipana tooth paste — Ipana and Massage. Use Ipana, also, tn brush your teeth csirswhite and reduce acid-forming bacteria that cause decay. This la the sray to keep your whole mouth healthy; the av you will and ''refreshingly ddlcrent" because of Ipana'. mint flavour. THE TOOTH PASTE.. REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT %  lil. It \lllt \IHts CO-OP. 10TTOS FACTORY TTO.



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WHAT'S ON TODAY I -/ Error 10 m p IB vn l M t %  t U p ni VESltROAY S WtATHW RfcPO*T Chinese Communist War Prisoners Riot \v AII i \. inn r'n. IHI. \OII: o\ KOHI %\ IIIO.VT 45 Reds Killed; 120 Injured General Naguil) Cheered Oct. 1. %  %  I 1 SAN; KORFA. (Vi 1. i i battle between that threntn %  IHI d %  : %  I land The battle between United States infantryinei •ones, barbed %  %  %  . • Do.uun Chines.i, m< 5.000 Communists arc imprisoned %  Ww. II M rwi c :.-.. square %  %  lid not • %  %  I'tijtht from iI l.ad* barrlend. walls forming ihe foundation M new winter quarter-for the cptiv< %  The announcement said that two platoons about TO men—' % %  ompound seven of uabai three A when prisonerrefused to obey order of the? Camp Command" : %  • stop the dcnintistratinn. i *nt i : ,11 I COO* ouafc ". ho said 1 1 • %  unification You :ni> le OUT DUltrc Ann yo i*1 it succeeds". ...... •lionghohi ^>f iml tration had begun *>* ""t riou tifter cuards moved In to organln detail* to continue work on WII IBBa. treaty with rtera. Communal(l.iumBritain, Egypt'* good a eri Hed biinncri ami delled Unit. thi >uxhoiil tho Rules Infantrymen to art against amitd". General Nagmb declared, them It was the first such open; Tl %  %  • now ueteAance since para trooper s unrliice under 'hen Brig. General Haydrtn L lha BTVB mis BoatOOr launched a drive thai hed prisoner deflnncr nn Koje i Th e PretniW will return Cuban Delegation Wan! New Agreement For Bigger Sujrar Markel ; From (hir Ovi < urrespuiiden.1 > Ocl 1 i., the International LEAVING the White House is Ceorgl Zarubln. new Soviet Ambassador to the U. S„ after he presented his credentials to President Tm-| man. He told the latter that the Union la "striving" to maintain friendly relations wilfr the U. S. The Chief Executive *sured ./-inibin that the United States "desires only to see a world *ere I !viand last June Former Method* -ommand said prison'revertti %  i %  violence* 1 in challcngng United Nations authi day's outburst wu the bloodiest -onflirt smcc United Infantryman broke Communist resistance on Koje, A few minor incidents have taken phut In Uu united Nations prison camp* since but the> had been quickly siipprcsaod under the t' N*s "get tough 1, policy Communists have found *ueh incsdenta In prison < an .1 eonsJderBOM propaganda value U.S of da ugh 11 rtSBneri and of pommJttlna •persecutions" BI I again'! their —w.r Liberals Lead In Japanese Elections II. IRMsl Mulll Kit in TOKYO. Out I, Conservative parties led by Yoshida's "Liberals' W. olicy I Delta town*. Kiu rU-icplu.n ... ,.i almost equally lumultou turn wtW n I • %  i v. i if Sift.i %  %  re in*• i C gta ii | hKiO"* e throng aheered UM % %  i ii .HI hour, Enrnute i'< Sif'a. the General i | I \ % %  i lev a of the earporal who was th ..ni. man killed In the Juh read KJI| Parouk's fl to the tokUai hundred ,,mind* —t'.P. M.Ps To Visit West Indies iron our O-( •IIM><"> PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. I. i B Ithtll VrmhiM ol PB liament' and I' 111 toil bai of Brltlsl Waal Indian i %  %  i all memi • Hi d (ting %  weaMh Partlamantarj AHMH-I.IHI and the Trinin.iii bnu> prising all mnnliof the I't: III Date Informally October ID I il rrangetnenl foi then f<,i i five-day stuy in the COtOQj. poaernmenl spoki i.. i wife, and] U list Richard H. B Croaimai 1 to the vis thai Hi,. II P will have states policy. look at Inbour condition* Deration with the I'nited States grew weaker nd the West — C.P. Grossman began un.l. ; rage of luud boos when tie said ha had toned Iowa U 111 afti'i winning %  plaea on the panv %  b iald 'i %  action at believed faclnf" demanded b' %  in thai attacks on Bcvanism. quite In evitable if the rearmament rat continue*. The arst i, is that Kussia and the UniteSlates are getting stronger win 'rent while the rest of u isl services. L.S., U.K. Differ On Approach To Iran 11* K t. Til \l I I %  Aiu'lu-Air.i'i ua:; dilleit'i replyiruj In Irai Ian Ptejtnici .1 '. i Umatui .• %  % %  %  en to weaken the joint Ir.ml put m thi Tt una oRaV Wedneeday, D 5 -Til I M Ol '-NKRh r R :; front i lug <: 7 3 a in Hoi. I ,. tuition loiiHi.-i.' (Mm nuinion M i V i*r.i)< i tiioHpai I I il*l I i %  nsinir %  mum Prasu ii.i i to lir. J . iLontnilon ial I hurr n i. %  a r viaa la i i i iiiniii lOhareh i i n co.i I H S Si.mis .H : nun. Jmvelleiy Racket In /*ort-of-Spain Pi I'llHT-OK-SPAlN. ..,:. • •...... whii h iekslei Referendum Bill Postponed —r.r More Affiliates Favour CJJC Meeting In B'doe GEORGETOWN. B.G.. Sept M Two nine ol M\ British Guiana aflUatea <•( the Caribbean Labour Congress are in favour •>' %  "t a full %  <>f the organization in Barbados r<> conatdi I member organizat.ons not being permitusd s^V'i^^u Id Federation of Trade Unions and thai .. ^TsobolA Strong Russian Delegation To U-N. B] IIINRV SHAPIRO MOSCOW, Oct. i i;ua added two rooie ace diplomats Wednchday to its delegation to the I'mtcd Nations .\%  Doeeta in New %  i 14. Mr. Andrei Gromyko. Ambassa-' dor to Britain and Ark.di BobOlev. Ajnbaaaadoi to 1'nland were named i<, I %  l i.. | rembly meeting. Ttn ; i .. %  • i i %  %  today from London ana nMl Pi Alcide Chrtettan Deno <*i>mmunist led i ight and wen s. • of %  measuie I tion to set up naehinerj I feiendum r of the London branch of C.L.C Ttaaag are the British Guiana Labour Union and the Cosmopolitan Workers Union and their stand on the invitation from i Barbado%  the Con. %  meeting of the n< II ngreai In Jamaica in Ider n'cs. n Ki Union Council and the People's Pro... too great importance Cot %  > %  %  decide Thi i %  t Honourabla Aden • to purge Wc came With Ule estabhshment recently of n lean Regional Organization of DM nil Confederation C.P. %  ill attend D r. LMVaTTS HII. U.V\ ISA I IS SAI I IT iCKKVLTVWO. iDVtSOt Mr A de K Prampti tral Adviser to tl I OeA'elopmen 1 ad on the 3th October in order to second meeting of thr I body of Farm Ii He will return on the 10th I October. Ocl 1 1 ,it dowi %  a legisl i in it.. The show <>f l i i UM Government piopuaal i put aside the referendum bill, ai t'i gtVO Hi-t inimit, t. .i ineasui II v,i up (i tuaeenw Court Bot Ihe cov lad t i in Italy'a 19* i %  nlve ti i ight of %  o.r. Sit (George Sgem will retire iuih Apr I .96% The Bog COaOt •..iiled S.: i ollar, DaveJo] Organisation and Itntish CoCommi rev/n Age. %  a term Governor -i s %  nd next yeat. to • Qtvn Ag highly lanl thai the %  onsulted In the %  .(Kin. ted Stul' 'M i." ar urtneot l ng (SB the foi such a deation, ti inal ihe Amar%  ., .-. ,i l %  .! I kin regard. eountrli while n Ii H Baatam countrtsu m the tti %  i cot %  Aebaaofi 1 %  %  %  rtad la iBeeekaa people. < -ll'l |i.iwnlii-'k era "i thousand i >>( dottai t trading in faka \i eellerj ding t" ra. auig lodged %  '' the beat pawnshops for large ied at souths! 'bargain" prktei to unaua tvea and ordlnar folk l men inasquerarl. | .iIK) %  la the racket ... ,,..i> ol .. ild banal %  irgaln" In .. rmt-of-Spain salesman flrtt %  anted S3t"i foi ihe banglaa bni than 1104 I a"' th %  lunglca teatad it a reputable |e* I %  .i n i thai nay were gold-eovara ..UIH'I ii-wgiur • %  ••M-f m>rtsemet Utwn to thai tin", hud ti.ken in paid lot ol If' '" %  ,t Foreign Policy Football WASH1NO Pi Hi wll %  . .,;. %  i, %  %  %  %  Britain dot hat aethji | • !.l 111.. %  ad %  %  pep U Wll %  I %  dims D""< f,. r i| t "tev "he 111 I no %  First U.S. Ship I fft/iffirtf To Fire iwttidiHl Missiles PABIB Ool i ^ ,;. i | Linn. Ii' %  .ii hip equipped : > we tiue guided m %  i %  .. i-..it. i %  -'f Iha ii .i Klmball KJmball alao t<>i ii.iu.< the guided . | 1 %  i it Wl • thai It waa equipped *nh guided boot down %  d that othej haw ... tion agali I war i r mi,. i wOl me. %  nulit with iduntei i i %  E>tr*h ha i goal in talk%  • Ih Brtt > Affair. II Vliddletoi ii would at There have been earlier .suggestions in Teheran th it I ,.. %  u> %  '' %  %  % %  II i*h Ainhass.il'" In B ,-. ; %  %  arlv understniiding state Departmenl in a*i>h .! the need i" keeiui front in view ol known hVetl the ilhance -II' %  uiw nil d hi noes t hicaep. However, thi W onal I %  < i .Mi did not revi i t win b Hf lol i uw rail) .i % %  i I..,.. trerul lob of doet ntenune naat A.n..r and we %  ( v asori the Novembe i tk i lion —t'.P. Freighter Left Zenith %  %  i'n r Zen .' %  %  %  i left waterlogged to It alf i" freight* two days, .HI) oj Barbw atory was Riven i. Alfred Petal I ,. i god i bu-ki P %  with the "Zenith" %  off a freighter wtv flad .. few dasa ..." •ZeniUi' ..' %  i %  i loejed The ito BrM %  i dltlon thai ovar to inn WhMi Captain T.u %  %  %  %  offer, the freiB'tieT len U.S. Writer Will Ia€Ctl|n In India WASHINGTON, O I man, New 'r ....... i !. %  i %  M Admlniatra.: :. .: V.,1 p.. %  %  %  I Tour Satisfactory OS AN INSPECTION TOUR oX a hospital in Alexandria. Egyptian Premier Otn Mohammed Nagulb paoaes to eachanci salntes with a yonna patient Hanag onaUd King faronk and two prcmlera Naauili now i* sarvmi i. Ms own minister of defense and i navy in addition to holding tfce premiership. I"lational .SoandnhotOi %  %  %  %  Th %  %  taraat." t ral % %  IT. to E %  %  %  %  ni ~h, -w si,.... pro i %  %  i %  N.. 11 i t" %  ii knee n loot Iplc parUclpaoU %  ii the plenum "f a In %  %  Ui gad |aM,000 inauran a • ii, ild both i the alleged ihi IH i plane ..i "onlj •htn I %  mm %  i.it.ly rcild ., %  diligant" Mean', other persons n.iudin| ,ii llano's brother, weti %  ..i . ... T.I ringer, jnd taaa producer Ii the hust>and ot %  i %  %  i __: p I .k. Wurnttl UMHki Iran OH -Puri'liUM'* WASHlN'iTO Hesponslble quarters said m A'.Klnesda. that Ilritair. has told Ihe United ItfU hgt l...light from Iran in Uv I %  %  %  %  %  %  gentle] buyers before Britain eat %  .i Iran Jones han been f in Iran where Ids pr-%  lay be planning I %  %  : %  i : %  Whenever you rememberwant a cigarette It's the TOBACCO that counts QtfgpU



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PACE Sl-V BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIlfRSDAY OfTOBRR 2. IM2 CLASSIFIED ADS. I'l HI.11 Ml I M l> IM III II SALES lElC^HONI 210* I Mil MI-..M Hill 8AU S*i NOTICE mi HAKHAIIOO I III (HI U, I L*t mi ii > Tln.otnv oibb* hALTOMOTIVfc ilAflKMV* BCNGAtuW M -. i** iovi> Mr..*h Hen s*. Bain. r fiamon* Rodi n i • | 0 Ml .^rONrvrnoFT I %  abed lUetuBtn* turn mi IMal WlMBLBY Leal i.ri RoM. AMI %  Ml I i H"(l I Jl.wUUf MM d fMMMH T Mara) l. Bwa I %  HVMII. HELP AM ovtBscrn WEI irtTR far I i.en'* BuCar rt". SI I'ete* Bal•IB) M p,i I* Al>plii-..• %  in*, kill be lir-lvM bj li* M""~" %  U>an* Fncli-V up 1* !•> Orb 3a. %  cpe-llion t>,.l POIK, No IlJ llM ha* been loaf, and bavfr"'^ *PPl.eaon to Si* IMrectnra to gram duplicate -d the uiw NOTK I it M-'bv given that un!*** any ctbiecUnn %  • ii> %  HNH I" UBM lu f>. HuMon. Son i 1 till i' I 10 M cLfitK 'r-T. i" m* •' %  rx-il *nlar> fM BO per mi.'h Appb ii< !*•" *i written appbrMo. to C A * iK.elln%  *•>%  1 :l r...T. p*. Mini. J* *' "iOVW.KKTW H Tor CodtwbTtoei <:ol !.**. ' *•*" Qw-taro provided Poi rriiliil e- ibi .-rd from MIS< KI.LANFOIS i HOOM by I"* t-d-*ltt'na loom %  g C'O AdvnCat* O i ii •: PHOTOC1RAPIIIC FUI.AROr.K Vied io lurchiwe Photogr-phwrnu Dr Simon Tel I0t& M rnisiiwi Thpublic H hereby "n'd U, %  nrku credit to my hufband JOWf rA*.TMC..D. ** I do '""J^," ir.rftlnan/ rf*l>' *" %  * "> J"t u"lf* BT %  Wr:*.,*r i.rC %  • MARIE lAITMi*. H %  P St, K. • 1 10 ft. LOST A FOI M. LOST %  UNQLiT. AXI.r TRAI.r. vr*i. h*' b ,i,i in hotel toll, any make Trade* fMP. olbn lii>< loo Snlthi E4iiir*ilii4 Worlu I'l i 4MB M %  si a X|.w- OFFICIAL NOTICE HUADOt IN INI t-l-HM lumi i.| AFFIAL 1 Eqi'ilat'i* JLIII|<]KI|I>' I JOHN ANTHONY ft r: | i-or-ru* OTWAV HILKI I-I. .idanli n Odor In ii..Jl<1 and %  md I kvwroMna 'I witli .i,d Miual fiv.nlrw. ||f .! %  -T ( ,„ MHkUlM % % %  'IiMl m:a M M P *oj .-I. I,\ |xBIK comprlllHm l-ld**o' on Tb Octobri. IffJB •ISP \T hRWOOD OFFICIAL BARBATXMI IN TNI "ShlAM I AFFIAI OFFICIAL NOTICE %  AtuDoa IN THE 1'Ol'KT OE CHANCERY nf (ii Chancrr Act. 1PM I do bdirby |it> nott.. ; anal*, riffci of tahfid or bay lien or lanimo. !" % %  %  ,ftrn:t* \l\* profwrtr h*fU>ailr maaiionad, th propwiy of U DHinlMt. %  %  %  mm an bOMMMI of UMFII rUtma wllh U*t wilwa — a. ow !" M % % %  %  bo aniUaM bHMw> Tuoortay or Friday bctwoon lb* nojira rt %  BOO* (d I O'clock In lb* af|*moo>, al in* hVi.'Tt.oii OWr. Publu Bulldlnaa, IrtdairMwn. b^uni W Si* day of November, lutfl m or*r mat aucb clMMMr %  %  %  %  • %  OfJbBrwkaa •"•! pi*>n. ill be ircljded from the brnoflta of ony IUCPM and bo # M l d of all rlbbna on or ocoinai in.uid proprti> Chllf CYkll iHUCI MOOKII l>.f r s aal — WILMBP 0Ntl>.r < I MaOHB PBOFBBTY All THAT ceitoin.fdm or parrel ol land uluau at Codrini SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. H bounding on rwanc and un T"dther with and all otbor buiumai Manduuf and baiiu Bill ritad Ui AJI'I'I ItSJ Dated and Soptember. IMS .,. . Mlrnaol and laland — __ itemofit one 4n* ona rood < %  theroaoouta Abultins -I-I i of knu.1 Jaw C-ddle of on. Fofd *!*"•?>„>, Public Hoed. o. ho-ever en tba afama may be aVArtund TS 7*3*22^ K^-kd MAYVILl* %  and arecriona on th* maid land erected and fcuiit %  J NUTOH. IPth S*pt>ml*r. IPSI I 1 lir-IVIMA Milt •^ptrml^t. lU V H BOKAIKT. ltd October. IMl sAULna TO it BO re : KMBTAU. 'th O. labor. 1PU -MIM. i.i ihiNimr. FABAMABJatO VMI ll'IIOH I.I MM Ml NSSTOH JM October. IPH M s lio.NAIHI. ann ottob.r. iPU -All-IN.. I" TBINIBAB ANB CTJBACAO M B HKRBIUA. 11th Octobor. IBM pomiruca. Antlffua. BtonUer'at. S'e\n aiJ S Km*, and Faa..ndnra an-y lor Bt Lucla^ Ballin* Frtdai October. 1BU rla, and Pa—on,er, only for Kaiurday llth Ortotoer. IBM in ...urn-.,a •wMfflnr AMIOCTAIlnN .isi COM*—. tM> Sm toil in*-. rMM POU1.TRY uv %  Id ba'fMAWUDTM BeHJftn TinKni. month* "id WHITE tXCiioi -Heclini all that ceil ol lar,d iltuatr n.-r M.., !" lall of Haint TlHHiia* and li-nd of BUr bado* conUiinii.e i„ •dwm,, live ixrrbco or tnrrr.ix.iti bounding on land iollowey fin landi ol • pimr oa. <*, land* of lb* eatale of Tlam.' •Ill drceaard and on tb* pub., %  the ume bound lo brine before me -n aceou„i %  tnerr -aid clalma mill Ihotl wrtneoar* doeumonu and vouabeto. to be aaaaui,*' 0, me on anv' Tu*moy. o* | ineen the hour* of 11 ( the Cirrk of tba Aunt. %  Appeal ai ine Cou.l lluuar B i,i-fore ino Itfi of October. IBM. n SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR OlLt IMSfiO i// sit WHUL J'OIXTSVWhii for Hal Le-h'ii n. week AMI Kl< AN KAlIDER. ISO l.l.IJVKltPI) TO YOU November lnl .n. \.o 1U da>> I>IIHIJ" llal.-hin. "Ut ^JST OHDOIS i PAY US A VI II H Andrr* MISCELLANEOUS NIIW I -. Chi jilt Of evory dcnptiir, Qlaee. China, old Jewel*. An* Silver V Me redout* Brly book*. Map*. Ante %  rapha etc.. al Oorrtnde* Antlgue Sho; ..ujomlnaBoyal Yacht Club nrinwNB NAtrncAL ALMANAC I0M. Kabert* A Co S90I 1 10 U J rVtRlTF. SHKBT^^A limited ejuanlio if arcond hand *v*iltr h**tr Al r> V Sr^tt A Co Lt<\ Wl Ii I roMrphon* 4*21 St 1 %  I to the nature anil priu npcctivvh. otncrwlae inch | •one will be precluded from th* bvi tb* MM Or,r<*. ai.(I M i BBBB pa ,>, a^atanjl • I .i prof f. Llaimanla arc auo noliflid >'..t n %  nu.t attend lb* laid foi.tt on Wodr ,i*. Ih* alb day of Octoori liclock am whan Ihcir id cUlm* v.1 be raivked Oiven under mj hand tt.i. 31*1 da> < July. IMl F O TALMA. Clerk of the Auniani Court < t Appea I U 3n WE curry an a**ortment of GOOD ItOOKS %  M them at At/twaie Stationery i. 11:.i,, .,i % %  Aral %  ,M i i u il Appeal dated bV IPU there will be act up lor MM lo Hi i ftaan*, h IBM -t DM or...i |b* • • i ..I The A.M.i-.l al I i Court Houa*. Br>fta>|i>*> hour* of IS inooni and 1 o'clock in tn fb BOSB M I MM) Mtnbar. IP AH in paicrl ol land Mtnal paiiih i and Uland Barbadea contain ina by adPMO>i .. *a on* lood and tbiny-n\i ur '.rien.il—uu abutUn* and buun liTidt of Lilian Holloway on Ian place c*ii*d -Holroacon landi r-t-le of Tboma. OUI, deceaaid. i he public road or however i %  ante inn abut and bound an< n aoUl IMl *<1 property .ill be **l lor *al* . IUM 1 A. . . i il told In a I £lil 0 0 —teu lb.. .. I dav of July. 1M> f O TAl-VIA. CENTRAL EMPORIUM i ""IT Hroad A Tador HtrrrU Hi tin: AUVOCATF. For GOIJI) unuh.'i Hritn your BACK ACHES... lMBMfMUlull.<.U.edb*l U lkldn..I. TtluonoTl*rrlK*Uu^hh... Wh*H tba* fd out ol order. ei'**i MMB MM >ei*MM>i waabM A; Ii tb arriatn Irnn Uitoiln. hcadarha, ihotBBatiaiB, %  Till IB IB* root thai -lire*, oof' feehna MBB WLw. To Maka •** %  kKkwr* •*£ IIMMTf and I-i'rpll.cmm read e..1*r MB |faj*U'a K**wr Kll*. Ikxld k.1n*. Pfa. nMdJy rj wir are.-l u ld.ai ) UaoJ of MtOM acid* *nd waalo* *D thai pur*. %  MlMlll-fl 10aoort o-*e MBMMMM. TBOB JOB fool boBor look botlor work BBBST OBB TMi ant rood, lo done* with & BBMt on DM imian* LWdd'i KhW M th* hlue Mckata nth tba red BMaik 0*d> Z .1 ad Jrui ilw*.. at i Tall* *0r pe' E William* Fi I io a I MSIHHII n..w lo the Dall| Tlt|i.ii BruHind* Ir-d.nr Dally Newepar*' BBi unr In Pail ado* by Al' only a I*t\. mll-t (.ublK.MIon In Inndon Conl.-icl Oal* CO Ail'orat* Co. Ltd lCRanrcoentaUve T*l. 3111. 1 4 M tl> IUIHA1AIA • %  11' ar on lit -ii mi i %  ,r.*elin fhe houae <-, %  t. 1 dB -i; .i anted Und M and (JAIUtlBON III.MI InlpeCtlOli On app,lcn' oi Trurte*. P\ibllc Built""' and it< appurtcn i>ale by public c %  o"ei. Jam** 5're-i B Tbundiy. OUi October I hr Land Acquisition Act, 1949 %  a .. it (fiown and d I plan of aiirnv Mnrd by Mr i h IBM, and Ai*d In the fii i ..i Cnlinvoi i" ,Va' ill i-.i KotfBM "1 U* i i i Of ihe Lglatui< ion 1 ..i • %  UM lolh,wlnc pin. ,., iMn ..I %  inn m;ik Tir. s.nrnni „..„< OFFICIAL NOTICE IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY In pursuance of tba Chancery Ad IBM I do hereby mv. .-.avir.a or clalmina any eital*. riant .,r mirrc.t or any lion or incuinbraiace I Hicitlna Uie property beirlnaftrr nu • -mod, the property u | tftr rViendan iir.il before me an account „( ihnr H.,ima with their wllnoM*., dncumanu .... .' %  ucner* to bo eaamined by me on any Tueaday o> Friday l>l-r>n the houi >* j' !" ? *'" 1 ? V' tloc ln %  • %  " T ><**" ' "t KanHiration office. Public lluildn-r, llrid*town. bofo'e Ihc Sih d U of Hi %  Tit-r. IM* in older Unit .uch claim* i II mi.l ranked accnidina; lo th* nature and priority 1 uncrwiar iuch peiwna will bo preclul.-l from the benefll* of anv decree i %  cpr|vod of all ctalm* on or aaaimt 'i, naid property rl.l.UN WINSTON 1HV1NI OHIFFIT1I Hi-femlaai l.Mi. IRETON BROOMX ium herein b. EDNA OflCOLA BKiKlal IILI Attorney on tecofd IB thla KOPCRTY AU. THAT Certain pi.%  or parcel of land Blunt* al Six in the paruh ..f Haini Petei an 1 .land abovreeid tuntaii ina by admeaiurcment On* Rood Thirtoan Prr.h,. or Ihcieoboula lol *hlcb aira Elhl I'eiche* loim part of an aba xl I'ublic Roadi abut find and boundlna "^ 'SL* 1 !." 1 Slx M ""'' P *"•*•' "•> ""d. of M.eara. R (I Cliallanor Ltd. and on the IM.iic Road ui however el** th an. may abut and bound toajelner with iho Me.u-.or D-. and allI other buiMUM* and o-cti-n. on the *aki parcel ol land erected and built itandiriri and heina with :li oppurtendpc**. lull Hied IMh July. IPU ||. WlLLlAUi Dated md September. I Mil K.-niMiai-inChainei %  WE ARE OFFERING A VARIETY OF 1 1 101 A MfSSOHII.'S. Cluimois leathers Ycllmv Pilishin^ Clnlh Miracle Black Adhesive Miracle Tub Caulk Sealer Durex Musk inn Tupc Shaler Hi Patches Sparlon b & 12 Volt Horns Clear Hooter 12 Volt Horns Chrome Rim Embellishers Kxpandinc Reamers Extra Cutlers for Reamers Auto I. II. .ii,. Valves Fan Belts all Models Rear View Mirrors Insulation Tape l*i .mi Tyring 'a In.. ** in., 1 in METAL CYCLE PUMPS Schrader Air Line Blow Gun Lionide Leatherette All Shade Birkmyre Canvas DECCP. RECORDS DOLLAR SALE CALYPSOS THE NEW CONSTITUTION CAT'S BOl'V E Tiff TRAIN BLOW SAMPSON AND 1?EULAH 1851 MtiHOCtO 1827 DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM :0W HAVANA IS A-CAIXING ME 2U',H SAY SI SI 2155 EL RELICARIO 2209 MY INSPIUATION ?8r.O SAY IT WTH MUSIC 22 EASTEH PARADE 2fi7 HEATWAVE '6, BLUE SKIES lande IB? Vr-l.l -. he tide -d Ui* prarnt Iwh market; 4> th* *."i en Band Street and <•' ,--,,d. iQBwtt M *" ,h md *rection* threo" thu twenty-ninth da. kPtoBIBOf, IBM. at Oovernmcn' Ho .. ih* Idand of Barb-do* „,__ set. Aumrn SAVALI Oovorii.il II YEARS — II YEARS l-'li l' 1 '. I \HIH %  DAY ! LABOI'R DAY ! TlirWorkrrr/ Day GHAND FAIR i ttM AruapicvB of FIVE CALI-ON DRUMS OK RED ROOFING PAINT FOR METAL $6.78 per uln. AtOI) f5.7 per K i n FIVE YE Ml USAGE CAN BE SHOWN Hi* ibih.a... Wurkrra t'Bion And Thr IL. 1.4.1..-. 1-ai.ti.u I'arl) un .luinl->. but October, is:.: (Btiiik-huuday) At QUEENS PARK OutstanduiK Bvaotl Hill See In [UAeB BRADSHAW & CO. Thr I .MiniBN Sli.iu Donkey K.. A. rnb.Un DlBpUy Pyramid Kuildins Hi.ill ll.ii.iii.ini; MUM I.Control. Etc. H. mil Contest Sre the (Towntiif of 'MiaBarbados" Comic Football (LadieM Spinsters vs. Married W BMB ;ukei Matcli — Stevedon vs. Lighteiraen •-icrl Band (omprtttlon lit trite ; StUM hBl Prlae : flt.M \ nidi vlllc and Calp < mi p.-1 It Ion—Two Shown : ii ni and Mld-Nicht II \NCINC. Kr*r M Celebrate Youi Il.n I Do not robw It IBBR8 ITUwl \ilulU 1/:: ( hili!i. -II fid PEACHES. Tin, PEAKS. Tins PINEAPI1 F. Tins PINEAPPLE CHUNKS. Tins GARDEN PEAS. Tin, .11 I1SEY TOMATO JUICE, Till 1?.T", TOMATO JU1CE |, (l Tln HA "S lUn -lb lo ritrr Vow ordrr. Wllh I'. N.W • JOIIX %  . I VI I 4111 A S>S I III Oi"l 1335 .;. Km-buck Slrr1 SPECIAL LINES OBTAINABLE AT 4. E. TAYLOR Lru. 3 Specinl Line* in Lft III HtotM up to Ui' Mmul.' Style •6J1 and $8.57 ( ELANESI PANTIES 93 to $1 ?• SLIPS or f2.(M PYJAMAS t 2* NIGHT GOWNS 13.28 IRISH I.INKN BUm fm Men $74.00 CREPE i)E KASHMIR 1 WHITE A COLOURED MIAHKSKIN from $1.47 to $2,80 KMHItoiDEItY GEORGE rTE $2 44 — White and Coloured PLAIN SPUN 72c :., < %  i4 PLAIN CREPE 72c. to $' 83 SATIN 84c — White MV Coloured FUG I 3flc. ami 72c. I nil rKI> si'IN B6, FRONT DOC^R FIBRE ^ \TS $382 BED TICK M.4 to 82 I'ULL-OVEKS 85c. 1 Beer made in Holland — Cartons 1. I. TA i I OH LTD. < % %  !. ..! %  : %  Slrccl. Dial: 41IH1 w h.rc H**IHIai SIT 1111.11 and Meal are LOW. und where You ijcl 5*". Discounl BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS



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I'M.I I HI R BARBADOS ADVOCATE BAFpDOS.Ji ADVllCATE rn.l. bf Ik* Ai-t Oft, IM. •"* Thursday. October 'J, lt52 III II M IMI AT AT four ./clock UM Saturday morning an elderly fisherman of Crab HID was aroused by early pot-tisbarmen and told that his only fishing boat had been burnt to ashes while he slept. This Hsd .vent in the life of ihi community ol Crab HiU da attention for many reasons. Firstly the burning of a Ashing boat brings Crab Hill fishing beach into prominence and poses the question whether thll beach is a tit berth for tishing boats during the hurricane season. Secondly the burning of a Ashing boa" which is not Insured is a ranlnder ol the need for government to pass legislation which will make the insurance of all tishing boats compulsory. And thirdly the question of the Sherman's livelihood is all important lo the fisherman and his dependents How can a man advanced in years and dependent on his fishing boat tor %  livelihood afford the loss of a boat which would cost at least ope thousand dollars to rebuild? Other thoughts will be aroused by the burning .if the tishing boat. Tinquestion will certainly be asked how does a Ashing boat catch lire? The police no doubt have been giving this question urgent attention and in a sparsely populated district like Crab Hill the answer lo the question to be obtainable in a comparatively short time. The public will await with Interns! hear what results the police have arhirv ed with their nive-.iiratr.ni Into the mystery of the burnt boat Bui meanwhile what of the points raised above %  Is Crab Hill a suitable beach on which to shelter fishing boats during the hurricane season? Would a fishing boat have been more resistant to lire in a moie ae cessible place? It seems so Hut apart from the risk of fire the Crab Hill beach is insufficiently protected from v.'iv rough seas and danger from these is always greater in the hurricane season The Crab Hill Beach ought to be placed out of bounds at least for fishermen who want to avail themselves of loans from the fisheries office and alternative beaclun accommodation should be offered at some more sheltered beach such as Reids lla^ Th absence of compulsory insurance for fishing boat owners is causing hardship to the community. Last year the government of Barbados provided $3f>.000 as free gifts toward* the rebuilding of fishing boats destroyed by high tides. To day nol more than half of the island's Ashing fleet is insured. Another catastrophe would mean either additional doles for fishermen or the loss of livelihood to hundreds of persons. The fishing industry of Bar) is estimated to employ some 2.000 Ashai men. The Government of Barbados indirectly subsidises the industry by a policy of loans to fishermen and by the undertaking of major salvaging of the industry as was necessary after last year's great disaster. The fishing community must therefore be educated to regard Insurance as a duty which they owe to the community to prevent them from being a burden to others and to safeguard 'heir own livelihood. To risk the equivalent loss of one thousand dollars for the sake of saving a few months or even a year's insurance premium is bad housekeeping but to prevent such risks being taker, the government must make insurance compulsory throughout the fishing industry. No other measure will prevent the recurring losses which fishermen sustain. Bui while there must be a new policv for the future, the present disaster which has come upon a worthy fisherman of Crab Hill cannot be ovcrloolejHl by a community which owes so much of its food to an adventurous band of men who risk the perils of the deep. The burning of a fisherman's boat Is a reproach to the Island of Barbados: such anti-social conduct deei the heaviest penalty the law can provide But the fisherman who has sustained the loss needs urgent assistance. Those who can help ought to regard his case as especially deserving and the vestry of St Lucy will doubtless be only too eager to arranfie for the collection of donations. Oil ami IVii-nh-ii m Ye-iir Knul. THE 19:->'2 edition of the "Oil and IV. r-leum Year Hook". just publish) complete and up-to-date information about HOO companies operating in all parts ol the world and COVCI il industrv. There is B list of the nanv addresses of 512 the companies for whieh they work Particulars ol the principal British American. Canadian West Indian, and othi : %  %  nan i. sflription ol % %  %  > \ crude oil product! runs, details of capital, dividends, and I hancial i The book also contains i to manufacture: equ ii by Walter Sk ivenue London. EC 2. price 21s 6d. ($5.08 B.W I ) Wanted: A Christian Political Party %  -" %  ess %  • usi— eissrsn teworS Hm fa %  • Kn.r. % % %  % % %  * .^ ""' J lc, l a ;:I'" In the Advorauprogrammes bew corned out. W* *uss*te a* possible the ends ot a Mid insumcienUjr -al parly, emfh;t.mlns the term as OvM Society 1 I.HOMIM. The Fav fur Among Ins k h pollM.C-P-i nUng on the C in Ihe iniI leal sen.-mbraees .__-,,. ODDSeUOfi i id Is of the grr.it aSSanisaUon tor nre Uv tm.tevUoii uf "-^—M...^ .. voun* men. & %  I did nol think much about the jeni and the pr. Il f "^^, h _,tSh l fSverv unpin at the time, looking upon it moral. 2"£ *$*£& S mwTht.is ill an Idealistic wish without much Surely there Is nothing in that willing to bring It into mj "• meaning or value, but description hostile to Godliness H is difficult to believe inal 1 have come to regard and the supremacy of the spiritual v.llh all the surrounding social it as the presentation of 11 Uon of human nature, but distress and suRering Wl ,| possibly a Substantial rather somethingto encourage have just brtafly summarised, nol ward In various ways in citi/i-n-. U< t.iko thotl place and to speak of the many agricullocal affairs, and I should like to share in political %  ctlSlUSS. tun... industrial and SQi n o n Ui submit these recent musings to file Christian Meanings BfBwsSBBI and plans which he thoughtful folk in the comN„ W> it ,rly recogurgently call fi>r action that it "unity, msed that whei. ur think of religha s been proposed to sBCD Pious Opposition loii Poiltfcs ne .,mi avts u doubai the pay of Many good Christian peopl. ,, M ChurdlSjalng the members t the Assembly lOd some of the most devout and but. .is the definition just quoted f(ir thc pjr t HI „. though highly Sloui hold thai Religion expresses H "' sfiUUcS important service lh> render, liould not gel mixed up with Pollum i the preservation of the cltlw hich in most cases does not ics. They regard the handling „.„*.'• In nthi r words, lhat we criou ly interfere with then -f humani affairs thus named desorder our lives as cittern and ivat( ,,„,,„,*, or income, nle its absorbing interest to many ahauc „ur sB P And a* for the reason offered md itt far reaching influences and ban .-ii-.. principles € JJSn*on aid Sn !" %  fleets, as unduly materialistic -nd lw. especially the second ^^I 1 ^.^!,. Si?* th-i nd opposed to -he spiritual congreat^minar-lment: J**** g* !" mnngK XSXS. And i-ptlon of human nature, and even "as has )ivine Sovereignty and to the Uv I eaSal OUl WC Man in hs letic Kmsdom of the Inflmte rule "Whatsoavar T* would that rub)aet might we I have pointed n are ao dUposed, men shou: • '" %  '' Tinudad has Wl Paul's Inso unto them half times the population of UUt n-tian enn'I %  call for a Chrislittle inland with big oil and Cons* ye out uon PollUcal Partj In Barbadoe asphalt business and Temalro 'rom among them and be yo means not lhat we shall lw Anght irnes as many people with great eparate, saith the Lord, and I will cgini or Free Churchmen or Misbanana and coconut plai I r ther unto you." and few Sotwn or ThsWlOSunJ, MB %  tMlth of them in ndditi.-n I irdrcd scriptures. have said above, ih.it %  "• shall ugar But that was a very diiT.-i. r i Uan laws and Ituatlon There WSJ ;> small comrules and lncorporat< Ihem in our h ow human napjre is naturally "IV of \>>ung converts surround I: n %  -.• trdlnsj I will not use the| •d by a dominant heathenism rki existing i-iliii.il partiOW ethlral ideamid irn, UlV thai aim and allain lhat adt)U ,. X |,. M lha i is a healthy condiure ways of life and its powermlrable aaaenUal goal? t ( on |f \ work hard ano I ul customs and Influences and s good income and p'iy my way tear cut separation was Indis( irnnmpiee neetlr, 1 bSBtflt the eomi to ihe maintenance of L us look around and MO |n 3 hvIp lhu ^ wnu tn ^^ n J \S£L?ZU5£ i r> "-*,'•• %  < ",-;;holds Uiat feature strictly chick and shuts down heavily of and characwhat be Chnsinn boUt %  %  r and cenduel crowd of poor, hungry, sutf. And for my part, I say that If Ill-housed people Ul our little ;. : %  111-j.• %  \t i-iinrn.i i in setung rommunlt) "i "id Olahon%  ne (•osprl I.) of ntfllc %  m much more should It be In,.^( i.ui anytbins riot provided for And Haired with human )UtUc There is ORS other Golden %  MUUoni which are calmHnd nwd Have we raolly done. } ; uiP .|^ ve vour fn em|es and Pleasi WlWla to ,„ „ [e , deans, all we can tor pntv fl roretl mt of our r-ollllcal activiwhiil an U;cenBruous sssoclaA itenniiion u. % %  %  ;:; „*.J, d.".-^^..", iSSdi I wlli quote part ot what I properly provtdad 101 or nandwdT ,. fisnpl mpa1i -r;.-,,! Hfur. 1 lrM i %  hmllUl TO (TOW my Kn,h.. New HOUM ol "g 1l.rlT?!,rlil IJrH.m,, lopacl... I Chamber,: ,ec !" „l year. C.nd ' -"'I Krdrm,-• lie prnundes peopli I" ort—unlhc n 1 "", 1 ""' *"• ",' *fg '' c hl winches and drills. Ha I Mlia. mlml fOU— hen's ego ""• ,"' %  Pprolmrtly 4.500 ft nlrn „.„ m^gne,, inch have ben, fertile for nSe T"" 1 %  h '"''eeMfully -Ml i . ^ m nvcdcd the lirttannica-l rrtftoi But strife and Politic^ (Oreefc 'pous' CKj unable idequatch In help themleulousy and hatred is what some r state! Il that branch of Ethirs -elves indeed, the different Parof us are preaching. L*l us leave vhich has for its Doled the props* Hag issued elaborate "Manifestos", il right away and proclaim governing a state, so as to make known what they ennsidGoodwill and Trace and Mutual red warded doing another Ihej Helpfulness. Meet A Fanatic* H ho LIVES Oil AJU W| In f--r .1 new wave of wonder worken" like that which ill lowed the first war'' I hope %  Ot, For that wave iwtpt bl tin* upreme chainpuin of them all, k-rr Adolg Hitler, and premenled m with the "wondere'' of the ihird Itcich and the second \-orld war. There are portents and sympiins. however, which must nol e ignored. In Ciermana Ihere f; euo a novelist Who has woti a vast C) wing -but not as a novelist. ^allowing cult knowledge of Thouo.mds divine It And all the away . believe time IfcN HI-I'IIIII lie-line r I. my latest newi tell. me. Polybios "feels" the oil %  I the agflias no academic medicine. But Polybios is an engineer by can profession and a g.Kxl one For h succeeded in learning enouuh bore' OUl Of handb>Kiks to teach himself and all insll rtaff "f three lOechanlOl • 11 'hey needed to know about the job of drilling for oil. trotn He .on veiled engines from three HII!I-M Valirdine tank.s h • bought fmm a scrap heap to d at other Ihp drilling. In. Ii have been fertile for nine ay* cures ar,reported tor al"fJT^l "fitf rything from coughs to I"* !" on the island. ( Ingenuity %  ins viorations Hp na3 shoWn fosclnaUng inIn Persia there is thai 1HO nil exp.-rts from the Iraq Krnu it y m overcoming various -tunable old miracle man Dr. Peti-dcum Company, after a difficulties, among them trie oP/. And now. on B trip lo X 150.000 oil survey ,.f the island, position of the sceptical British rpCUS. I have run mlo l*n|ybios told *nni lhat Kiev would tear authorities to letting bfa -riakides the oil diviner. up their diplomas If he ever imv dou an( f or imported ma1 was roaming around Cypne lUlkae Oil here hut that does not crUD erv. Oil experts who have ihe nme trying t.. ne bow worn reiybioi. seen him at work with his derrick BfttUni 00 with the job Nor ooea it worry his Cyprmt and bown say that the technical fixing up that island a. a linkers, who have put up E80.U00 i Hl siness of drilling is being to finance the drilling tor Polyr)( ,, ( „,,[ ( edlterranean super base. Ktn the last couple bios has struck Uter ine IKby piTfectlv oO bsriuueiane of long It could planner! have kept whisperisland in spots where all the exlanding. Cyprus is Of Vit.d SSTta Of!th Hiitish Colonial SOWPolybloi live,vit* the drill i.iteglc importance; that it is "nor had oClared no water n i K ht and day. He has been Bl H ..li.'rnalive to Pay id. lsnuillui. ^ould be found. All Cyprus is MncC t j,c dertlck was first put d Lbs rest if we have to get confident that Polybios will up lust autumn. His young wife .it from the Suez Canal, lhat triumph over the experts again, was sitting on an upturned rprue lias been designated ai "The oil in the ground sends up barrel darning his socks and 10 H.Q. f..r the new Middle East electronic vibrations." polybios. K lootidlv waUliing him when 1 ornmand. haggnni. swarthy faced and with found them Ni.llnn.; . hr burning eyes of the fanatic. "I wish he would eonM httSS fffllX I found thai nothing %  "ured me. ,„-„ rP m ., while." she said. id been done .it .ill. No new "I react to those vibrations. I "But he won't leave il. So 1 ban idar stations have been put in. am sensitive to them just as 1 to come mit here." D attempt habeen made to am %  analUvo to -mular emanaIs it a sign of the ti m ed odemLse the hopelessly madelions sent up by watOI fait I vpriots have in ,: %  %  I..,,.. \..: ,i hand has "HOW SO U iflOW yOU Ul rethe Oil '' U l| there ., wave I %  .,1 t.t put the neglected acting to oil and not to walerl ,n-.iulit> whuh raUOWl in the i %  fields into shape or build new I asked him. wake of wars'" ne-1> "There ir. a difference in the The IViNiari mobs last year Thenwas no change—except feel I have been to oilfletcU al were convinced that their good >r 47-vear-old Polybios. And PIOOSU In Humanm. I tested il DOOtOC would usher in an em of hat in 'ex.epl" he is. Por I out. 1 had exactly the same feelwealth and ease for them. found l'olvbios not only divining tug there as 1 navi So were the C.ermans conal but drilling f>>r It LS well. His backers tested him out vinced thai Hitler would con: Yes sir ii 210ft. American oil themselves in Cyprus. They made quer the world, and make them %  nick has beenset up on a rather him walk ovei fields in which a rich slave-owning iMlieUVUUl < relict-looking strip of land Ineg had buried Uns of petrol llifTerenre ,rd by the Mi uitei i ..u.-an inore under the ground THERE la one dilTerence. ne miles from ancient Umassol When POtyblM divined them tn.High. Iietwoen wonder-man When 1 came upon him Polyene after the othci the., were VoX> Mo> an a these others. 1 lios was just having another 60ft completely utts1icd. should like to see him N kg shaft added lo his long His (iadgets And I wish our own authorial ill. The drill had already cut OIL and drilling f.ir oil was a ties in Ihe Middle East had some town through rock, salt water, completely unknown m lenec to of the drive and fanaticism that nd clay to a depth of 3.200ft Polybios when he and his backers have made him nUas this derrick, i. search of the oil started on this venture—just as rven if he never -takes oU. Since then he has got down to the Gentian novelist who has —L.K S. ONLY SUPERMEN NEED APPLY From NKU1U KtMJERS NEW YORK SUPERMEN are wanted by the U.S. Navy | %  It is lo man the new .iii>tn-r I ).jvvered submarine Nautilus. Fifteen hundred of the navy's best submarine officers are being screened by Commander David Bell for a handful of "good rucked types" to take charge of the Nautilus The crew must be willing to stay at sea and under water indefinitely, he said. The Nautilus, with secret range, speed, and armament, is being built ;it a hush-hush shipyard in New England. She as expected to be ready in 1954. BUSINESS MEN and farmers are watching the British Commonwealth trade meeting in London with anxious eyes. They, too, are beset by shrinking markets abroad. And just when industrial capacity has expanded and crop surpluses are piling up again. • • • EUGENE GIANNI was a dope peddler, but also a secret informer to Ihe U.S. antidrug squads. Last year, in Rome, he told the U.S. agents that he was afraid of Charles (Lucky) Luciano, who lives m Italy and is %  UspsjctssJ of heading an internatonal syndiClde with an important stake in drugs. (iuiiini ssksd the agents not even to tell his own wile that he was a "squealer." He I Luciano would set assassins on his trail. But he not out of Italy safely and back to the supposed safety of New York. At dawn Gianni was found in an East Harlem gutter between two dustbins. He p/ss deed murdered bv a gunman. • • • A NEW cigarette holder puts out the cigarette when the smoker's linger relaxes on ;i spi inn as he tails asleep ... Just patented. a combined comb and vacuum cleaner for the hair .... Also new. an umbrella attached to a chest and shoulder harness. No hands need when raised. THE Taylor team—so valiant and romantic in "Ivanhoe" — will be brought together in Jamaica next January to do another colour film: "All the Brothers were Valiant." The team Is Elizabeth Taylor and Robert Taylor. Co-starring as Robert Taylor's brother will be Slewart Granger. HEADS of New York City administration departments are not accepting telephone calls from the president of the city council. Rudolph Halley. Mayor Vincent Impellitteri give the order. He is a Democrat, and Halley is a Liberal—the only one on the Council. And Halley. who was an investigator for the Senate's crime committee, has been making persistent inquiries on the operations of the) departments and the way they spend their funds. THE DODGERS. Brooklyn's baseball team. have all but won the National League Championship. All they need now is to win one of their six remaining games. Or, for the New York Giants to lose one of their six. MOST interesting dinner party in New York was given by Mrs. Harry Guggenheim. She is better known as Alicia Patterson, proprietor of Ncwsday, an immensely successful I-ong Island newspaper. Ncwsday is proud of being the first newspaper to come out for General Eisenhower as President—back in 1945. Guest of honour was Eisenhower's rival—Adlai Stevenson. ~0LU 3§00OHE m S AMMA.XAC I'riff Ii %  #* I It I '•* I IK STA IIO.XER 1 Obtain your requirement* of • • I I Mill I! & SHINGLES WALABA POSTS. CKMRNT PAINTS and OII.S GALVANIZED and ALIM1NI M SIIKETS and All III II HI II-HARDWARE from WILKINSON & HAYNES & CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phone*: 4413. 4472. 4KH7 Beck with Stores From :— A UIIIIC A FRANCE ENGLAND Straw. N\lnii, Cotton... Light as gossamer... New styles... Priced from S;t.29 1: \ if>n\ inuw l.vttvr The Provost Marshall. Public Buildings. Hrliigvlown. llth. September. IJJ. WcUMd to better Hie Editor, The Adeoeatc Ine rlewt M .n SIB,—.We the undersigned, wved at the L A bo served at the last altiruj of the court of Grand Sessns; frum Monday "th July to September 6th 195?. g through this letter to inform bin Iks Chief Justice refvts any taowledss ST concern lug the anony• i s-nt t., the Colon!;.! Secretary doted 25 — 7 — SZ. in . ilen UM writer stated that hhls other asao%  irynien lo write for the %  i • ..' the public We furthermore b'g to associ%  Ik HIS LORD-Mil's i. %  i ; ning the vaunted attachment of Barbados to the Crown of which U • 1 Grand Beeslone, heard and re id so much. They, s/e forward this tetter with isened to bo pusded ovoi the) hoes that it erlU clear the frOSS thenpersonal ob it | uon of the no more than 20% of the gathrrln general who may be '"S P"*' 1 I Ln| of Uv who %  in: such Hie jurors sessions. We beg to remain. Most faithful %  1 HORACE VGRNON WILKS, KENNETH Ft)RDE. COLIN Mel JONES. EDOAR SMALL, Kit 1.11) AU>NZA THOMPSON retention to llv NsUot well ene foai age, the Ihon %  tovernor, v bS, ..hserved the tliyi curb iy ol tl of Barii hng (men with liared heads). • National Anthem was being played His Bxcellency a-ke-t Mr. John Bw-kle* to try aiwl do %  omeIhing about it by rallinc | tcntion ti> the oUsoourten Mr CECIL JOHN lir-rVHlNSON H) h!( v ( _, k FVAN HENRY HUTCH1N v ..imgs at Queen < s ,N Park, '.inRmplre Thanh GEORGE MARTIN YEAH,: listers dutilbuted WOOD, ARCHIE KINO, eaked -< h'—l-:eachers for their COITRTENY JONES. OLIVER WILKINSON end A .„._,,,, place as a result of i and I would suggest that a similar campaign little It playing WALTER HECKLES LOYOIIV And Cnurlrtv Su if lbs views expressed in T(1 T u p rfi „^ T u Adrocaf. Ihe letter mentioned wore i ... yewspublic may exhibit T. or group cf pap** of the 28ih LnM I notleod courteeg Iy were not letter slnu the Views of all the jurors who %  Your.-.ting of the the much LOYAL CITIZEN. I tweed coafj of pure wool and alpaca." HOLLYWOOD has a new holy man — boarded Lakshmanasandra Rao. He has acquired some famous disciples for yoga exercises) U) breathing, diet, posture, and prayer: Amosuj those who seek peace of mind with him are tobacco heiress Doris f£, Duke and film star Marilyn Maxwell. Yuua: a philosophy which teaches suppression of worldly desires t attain unity frith fiod. • • • TWO bank robbers and a detective were killed in a gun battle in a seventh-flour Hat on the outskirts of Harlem. The robbers — Joseph and Ballard Nolen. brothers, from Woodbine. Kentucky—stabbed their way out of Lowisburg Jail. With them went a third prisoner. Elmer Schuer. The three forced their way into a mansion in Philadelphia, took turns to cover James Hill and his family with pUIS, and ate and rested their for 19 hours. Then they drove off to New York in Hills car. grabbed £4.500 from a bank arid submachine guns from n shop and went up to the flat with tfarssj T1IK LANDLORD thought it suspicious that White men with the accents of the anti-Negro South should Inso friendly with Negroes in Harlem. He lold the police and they broke into the flat. That started the shooting. Ballard Joe pretended to surrender and then killed a detective. Fifty police bullets put Joe down. Schuer was captured. • • • LONDON has started a sales fight with NYw York'i department stores in their own front garden. A Regent-street firm took a Colour In the New York Sunshi\ %  Times Man.i/inc to offer "fabulous British Da Costa & Co., Ltd. lien* I lu>i/ Arm ft ALL THESE FINE HOLIDAY EAT MORE FISH Froirn Haddock Smokrd Kippers Herrings In Saure Maekerel Pilchard* %  sflwasos Lobster Shrimp* OysUr An. 11., k i, .Sal* Fish I \sl III M K \l Sjudwtrh Bread (3 slseel Anchor Butter Cheese 1 ill-l. T I' I -I, Meat Paste I n->li • %  ni-.i.:Ml need Stesili Sweet Brejd-. PHONE EARLY S\l Is SEASONING II. P. Sauce Italian Ketchup Italian Chile Saure Celery Salt Ve. Salad Cloves Nil tin i .While Pepper HOLIDAY MONDAY Call* for Calte for Canada Drink* Phone Fsrly — He deliver The Flavour t* always rush! ffSrsi 'lold Braid Rum il-M'.r nil!' Ornasss Crape Fruit — WE DELIVER GODDARDS



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TIHUMIW (KTOIIIR b VKH yiHJs \l>\(.( Ml PACE FIVE BAILIFF JAILED FOR STEALING £1.11.9. He Promised To Buy A Gun But Did Not Return Jury Return Open Xvrdivt A CORONER'S Jnry leslerdav her builr.csa, and thai .he returned an open vrrdlrt lr. the caught ihe but un her rou inquiry tourhlrif the death of 13return homr. ma tunfteuni m c i Oi i ri i .. 4 *ear-ald Mllh Mtnele, hn a* l'hr I'..in. Iranil lurlhrr ISWORSHIf \Ti C L Ualwyn. P,hcp Ma^islrale -f found drouned nru SI I'hill.. Ihe ,m.n rwhrd s. I-I.il... IT-old tiaihlY EvertOII Lighthouse on Sundu alter >he thai sumr <>1 hrr fnrnd% yyht Michael ffUilty of ttMlllU LI 11 U **** mlutai from her hornin her there tried H llhuul turn %  • Hi li d u i .. i tn ,,i hin l i Sf" '" ' ihs imprisonment with hard labour. The egg Milttod on • Alleyna of th.Central i unducted Ibt 1 %  no Howocd. keepi UM deft ndanl %  lion lor n Audiis' 15. 1M0 when Ml it lnnd foi -i I <....! ^f ix montlM for stealing %  Smith told the court that on >" receipt of the follow.... UM defend—FROM C.ACI>ELOi:i>E INTKI'ant who told him that he could CEPTED FOHM S.S rtnnaelr.. *' ' v % % %  %  R him at a good TO ALL SHIPS AT 1035 (; M BtOdant Of LATITUDE 1733 LONG1and handed him £ I 11,9 and TUDE 05.06 PASSED HEAVY LOG FLOATING VKHTICAL Heavy Log Dangerous To Shipping TinHarboui HntRf*i office | H,.u..in Christ Churrh persuade her lu return home Bhf alnce the previous Thursday I* rrporlrd to ha%e told ihrm 1 tnornln* am not mini back home Mo*elc> i* reported lo have On Sunday mornlns. h'r hod left h*i hoirr on Thursday lail by wu dwioiernl in lh. -. bua about 7.10 to eome inlo the St. Philip LI K hlhu*e. and Bridgetown to ir.ns.ii itome but. after II had bren taken oat. It MI.--. She however failed to rewu removed lo the mortuary n turn home In the aflrmoon. and si Philip where a pott moriem her ion Arthur Moelr> reported the matter to the Police Station at Seawell The Pollre began immedial %  Investigation Into the report, and learned that the old woman did come Into the city and complete Cub Leaders Plan \ ear's T/ogramme lHandicraft Committee GiveRepoii 18 INCHES The defendant never came back APPROXr UM M reported :h.' matter lo the ABOVE WATFJI Th '' lered dange t ON PBOBATflOM : ou to shipping, i n i: i i SHIPS LKAVE : Arm* Lowe a 46-year-old labourer of Green Hill. St. Michael Three vessels left port yestcrwaayeeb rtjot) da >' afternoon. They were the /or a period of 12 months by His moior vessels Alhelbrook and !I. Orllllth who La* 1 Jy and the schooner Rain(OUnd bin guilty ,.f Inflicting £ w %  The Rainbow M. left foi PhUllpi on St Vincent with a cargo of lard. Juno 30. margarine, biscuits, virol and "Phillipi<>Id toe eoutl that the %  "•** u equipment. The captain %  i tUefe on "/ ,m Rainbow M. Is Captain the left <"<>t jiid fractured it In a Gilbert Marks, and it is consigned tight. lo the Schooner Owners* AasociuM. v *r DT.I .. L ., '""? The S^noonvr should have I o appeared sailed for St. Vincenl on Septem-S8?BJlvcaK %  %  -•erday for St. Lucia. It It not sur^' i'JJ!" _*""" !" 1 1 tied. in%  Kent was pii vi considers IJ If .... !" ; ,wdc. Ph ^c with a .tick t-iijiers and cycle accessories. The : li uiklyn praMCUted SfcjS ^ ai * "nwgned U> the the "* Police. Schooner Owner*' Association. The Athelhraak ma another departure for Trinidad after loadItl M win n '"" a shipment of I06\ooo imperi I gallons of molasses. Agcn's HiWorship Mr. C. L, Walwyn. r "'' l "' Alhelbrook are Messrs. Police Magistrate <>t District "A" r/atOQ Jones 6c Co. Ltd and H %  I l.il iint 11 today under the command of Captain i %  HB) of Bush Hall. Cook. .,] on Hug Polii D and making a ciisiuroance Tin. .NL-MIHWi AKGO • -w* of unloading I NIMH : In The Home in bchatl tapn MM H M mi .i %  •• %  t* ol rffiiallns ">lr Con ol minimum* Un.l.llp Sulr.iiriit ol tin paid ovrr W Ihr nil l Ihi elided ilrt Ttrrftnhrt. IS* Unu.li Wt-H liujif SUU-m'r. Brit %  %  %  I Ownlt UM Decemtkfi. venl ol arrounln of WV*t Indiei 8choory*i .._ AaMclation ''* ,or ,h yeai •nd#tt JUI nwmiwi laaa •Mai* ol Indin 1 Ulr movrd tnr fll r The KMN i>a.>1 a NU^JalPl ih< swiii' <>-"i%  i" Ua %  • : 'li!ii *m*ndii.a Ihe <'.>i.' aad W. re lea iWot lirtheii limited Ad, isss. iis-4' Kfa-ilviTion loi SJ.SSO, a revoie of IK...Mpendrd balanr. of Bl ptovldad in I"* SupplnnenUiy UN IfBI—W l" tneet •pentoa in connortlon wllh lh ppp|i-raUon • %  new tal Of !* %  in* lna- Ihe Houa. besan conaldeiauon of (he BUI to make bnlr [<-| i ..i. lot local Qovernm*. %  %  •lai.d. and pawed 41 ead( - Training Course wfalcb will j^^tio.. run %  The Adviaoi M. I,, !-,,„ wtkh mittil be uken I the n.i:i>a,• ihown dointiODineni Bl aeterdaj and flhlahed eon• %  Aim on Road toovt %  "" l ''' Qovernmeni Iteell rideraUon of tho Eatlmatea for Haadquarten ..t t p,m througl billed raccanmendaUoni the iiii.mciai foai HI ->i %  I the ComoibatiotMr wltb eetlmatei wha The Commltb cut "' PoMca The Radio Profor su.h dove opment" ( on tli-Brat Friday in there is still an lovember e 111 bo devoti this year I • Cuba and than are tlread] The Committee alio considered MW r 1 '* Mhaaftab -.%  batng economising on Ihi : ."", s "''"-day mornings at P n BOY SCOUTS TATTOO Present wen Dr H G Hehearsals for the Tattoo are Cummins, M C P (Chairman!. ,n ll( **!* umIer w *v L ** 1 Dr. D S Ojdn, Medic, \££> J$"S5£ Woasan Seek Work KOLA TONIC A CM '! A \ME '.R \\1> WHISKY t: Enugratii i Superintendent. Mr and Mr ndenl Mr El u uis HIIU ncouiers iumw i>ui "" "-* %  V 1 ., < ,. Jl Con.bermere School and those tune O Maurice t,a\e prncliMi.g for the bicycle dlsplav 'hat *he mpioymeni Bureau jnaaearda ploynient The men lm renewal gave the bout fiftv todlea the opportui turned out ""' ,,% *' "' "' bui'.iimg at tha The charcoal. 75 tons of firewood and one bicycle. Mule-drawn carts were en_ hich Dcn/il tjged bl nVe3r1ng the wood and of Peterklru 'harenal lo the various shop||r.(allllllllin8LA'U\ Gfl i. Their presence W,N %  ^.-•^**EleveD Chosen To Oppose Carih Hears Eleven players have btMO • lee ted tn rapcaaanl Berbadoi ..i Baekethall agalnel tha I Dears, a Tiinidad team which is expected i m Sunday 10 PU) Mm-, ul. in % %  ..,', lies < %  )• against Harrison i one against Colleue Did Boys and Carlton combined Four of the players at* of College ... Chin. One told v | for the bicvele dttplav 'hat -he b) mei at Ihe Can-ison Savannnh w.inie.i im yyoil. o rohaaraal ^ MI ba on chance of coming li in. next nt Combermero i" see If !he wouI ! ttieM ft %  ^jxxrsrik :"TroS; t.i attend with their Troopa ba Coum took tha tomoi i noop tniio.m 1>-1 us have your coin Camp. The Oaeential prtnclpla i chaps! We need mi Scouts next Friday eessful CODdUOt Of . BCOUt rTOOp nnht. as well u the relaUonatUp of tin CKNSUS ltSI/52 ftoop to the l4*i torrni iuUi" and that they arc to be hl "fljeout". lb) Bach Beoulai loi naure tti 'Group Committi %  I IM It was ortglnaU) dei select the team the ninlil before the first match was to lie played but tho selectors tuvee %  graao i" f: select it ^ ( %  %  % %  in Harris a labotirc. Land, St. Michael Is charged bv keeper.. Their presence Hi" PoUc wuh ., felt by drivers of motor a* I fl lw,. IP I nil III IN nod v.-stertlay bv His vehicles which were using Ihe ^ OT L*aDOUr UU|Ula> Worship Mr. c; H. Griffith. Acting fad. %  |i, %  .. \ IINN'lMI SHIP: Dr. H. until <> tober —~~ %  Deputy Leadei The charoe stteil that the Tnr Finnish steamship Arneta Assembly, left offence was^omn?tted on Auiniat nr,ive(l in Port at 10.25 yOaterday B.W.I. A. for Trinidad inlransil Five players can play through ... itrSTta a^aX mOBltog. It hailed from Fort'for Cuidad Tngillo with a view in %  >.. i'V 85 | Mr G R dc-Prance under Captain V. r.. to a preliminary enquiry into who have boa. appearing for H icy tin I land cretin 4'h Oi toiler. they should • mi Hum through their Parish | LIAISON (OMMiolOM K ATTENDS t.lLWI.LL COURSE %  n letter reoaived n on bqu.uiiun Leader 'UlU' iianisa>. who is UaJoon comt in hi broup. • %  K* ii Boo lo hava Proi i i | ., %  I mop. (di indartasM .. .,.iii.it iha T.ti. I %  In ins Troop Tin' Coin i ended on Bund m Ifornlni >Ith i loaasla own ^ lion In basketball, onlv live i _, .,.,!, ( „ lajoiado M I Btf %  '''"'"y'" ,.*'.' .... v(lll Cummins. M.C.P., of n i onrn eu u> on the Bold %  , Lad a Wolf Cub h,h M hl """"', r 0 f the House of one t.me. but playeri can be Hlb"'"' nt G.IWCII igSK-FtSS* ,'' ft,last night by jtitutcd as the gam. ; ^Tto^-Vfc had a *2l5 r LjS5 i % chance to play. mi goea on to say: moil delightful courae, wrj t" 11 and coiuplete with rain the enluc tin... tw.. six.-rera iiooiied . night and had to nova I A I 1 POST MORTIM Mattson wilh general cargo for the possibility of'recruiting Barthe island. Agents for -the Arneta badian labour for the ***** The following ar< ,.'• permanent shelter on Ui g r -PLCP'*-*C industry In the Dominican A gy Svminomls ( „ .. How#vtl i.ouuM, (ONTisus Republic. leg,, old Bovs' Capt, Ohten ,. v „,,,. not tUinpaned (tb< ^zsss^L'ss .... :=^,„ ho ***** hjd iai!w ..igg aasssri (Ml %  HO. -" %  '•; %  '" V;-'. M.4,„l ITIn,, II „,,.; n,de of the Gov.rnmcnts nl lh, ^,,.,,, J. ,,,.,_, ... %  %  I M"• li.ii si j. T h a. the Qenral tlaiJ .Uto monHm. TS wtoiir, Ui. _uwrd IIMIJ and (Y M ,. c mhw mbEiol B %  i.ii. vadM ions i.. nwi 11 Kollix. |4M Will 1AM 0RAN1 l v IN. | in DIM M.I.I K^ Moll.M) Morlua. v I .< loading a qu.inl.ty pf Windward Islands, through the fl.lJ.tV.Ar fnU Cl T _. 1 t_ f.l_ %  -. ,& %  -*l% %  jf i MILI^JU l*t f^.l_ molasses for St. John's. The British Chari/c d'Affaires in CutTh ,. |,i. iri() morning. %  cnsicned to W. S. Mondud Trujillo %  al lli.spitai on Sunday I.^; *J' '' %  I'"'suffering from head M>E"OOIN'0 REPAIRS: Injuries after he fell from a truck %  i„\,,„ ,„ ,. _ on Joea River Rood about 9.30 a.m. '''J^* "2 '' ,npr ^VSSl rla* Iddicil v.-stenliv ' Ktl1 un ,, ,r li. renairs. CrewsiSL...;.;!........, "" %  •' • %  WOT* yesterday repainl%  ui'l refilling now plnnk^ %  their ri*si>eetlvr eraft-. Work Is DfQI IKi TO-MORROW %  '" 1,v earrid out nn rafts. ton* unnectlo the matter. Dr. Cummins expect^ away for about a week. Jnlfonn playera by 1 local agents H red mornim.'. A dale for has not vet been fixed. Inquaot "Golfito" Coming Saturday Oct. 4 %  'l lh and whlt donated I be tin.aigh tb Jones. A prnctico mulch will ba play* between the island team .1 picked team at tb morrow night. the ream e had two courses, on* The inquiry into the clrcumwu %  -* %  urrounding the death of KfTifl t l{ll|*rifr>rl TnP Elder and F>ffes S S. /Ifont %  **"* n-PtRalgv^VaJ. Golflto is due to arrive in Dar1 %  Chriat Church Will be rebados on Saturday, October 4 at al District "A** tomorrow A St. Lucy resident has In12 noon from Southampton. The Ml '*.. V. farmed the "Advocate"' that yesship will leave the same e\cnmi! Acting Police Coroner of terday morning about 630 he for Trinidad, and Central Amor ii irid ""od at Crab Hill. St. Lucy and lea. Warner was. detained at the aw %  lylng-ilsh boat burning. Messrs. Wilkinson and Haynes He went and called the owner Co.. Ltd. are the local agents. Mr Griffith, who said that he had left the boat in good order at — %  1 7 p.m. on Tuesday. The hont was destroyed, but none of the crowd who came to w'itness Ihe fire could find the cause General Hospital on Saturday September 27 about 9 p.m. afte: I .volved lu an I Gall Hill about 8.30 p.m. the day He iiicl the next day. hawing Dr. Cato who ix-i'foi-med UM poef MOfl OXaminatlon at Ihe General Hos. tembei -' attributiNl death to fracture of the skull and cerebral haemorrhage. Gountry BUSIIUMI Play Bfttween Tripa I oeluiv Tonight Worker* Prepare iroliduy Stalls Gardeners. Carpenteis BuaOJ that ply thr long dis,i.-s In the various countiy districts have of necessity lo wait for long hours between trips before they take to tne road. while those routed in Electricians and Bridgetown and its environ irvk B II of the SaniQue^l^r^^ ^J\^SSLfi% 'ulT.". • IM Unanl will be giving a ing for the labour dav ,*|ebra" n d al Ihc Ion < ' half an rOUr P ran 'ing the Spread tion intervals nf Diseaseover the public adWork on the various atalli elc Conductors and drty 'em of the Mobile CineMarled yesterday. BO far a few eountry busiilll m UW bg ma at Graeme Ball plantation stalls have been abroad* erected wolt al ,hr ,M|S aland at Ptobyn 1 .,', 8 o'clock. Extra electric poles have been Street by pUjlng spirited games Hi* lecturewill be Illustrated place) at various places to give of draughts and dominoes for the by an approurial.Aim. mmodation for more lighting, most part. Pears, Cucumbers In Good Supply A quantity of pears and uc um bei an be bad In 'in %  'Ut any trouble eyicumbers are ranging from 8to 12c and pears are from IOC, l< I4c : and Bouee wlvea will have no n obtaining their qw %  Borne braadfl ill in around the town I 1 %  • ''' are making Ihi %  long with .1 h %  %  some Of) k; %  BgO ; -' ' % %  1 one ladh oi '>''. 1 an .dtaueousiy. We had ; -..|il< lu.iii all 'vei the ""• '" nara 12 language aruups In .,11 irrara represented. V M r C 1 ilv iriternatnuial. I had nuinv discussions with all :.oups reprosented [nesdenUlly we had a young chap ft and a group from DM Baham 11 on the Coui %  TKAIMNf; OKSCOITKKS Over the week-end Satunl.> Mtfa Sunday 21 t Beptember, the second ... UM f KiMin-1-Uan Hcsul Caurn-. w I •d by Mr Chart 1 ringer, acting Commissioner for Training Mi Kenneth Hie Botha Troop Tw.. gow n Oroup s...uter undei Mi 1. T a .y. acting Northerfi Are 1 % %  .I gad this %  ., %  %  .. tb were fl"•' , -. u am and athtland Areoi ie divided inb Vaden-Powoii iM go Buck -in t He 1 1 tori Rei %  ••'' | ... % % %  Cornel neldh Price 4/S each. Iso — HOO IMMi ANT TAfi: 54c. I KOA< II IIIVI-s I 'Each I;I;I 11 v. 1 \1111 1 :111 \n LTD. Fashionable SHADES For Ladies to Suit every Costume. MIKII* uilh .... OCCI'I.KNS. rol.AKOII) & WM.SONITK 1.1 \si:s MM. ( Illl 111(1 NS SHADES I LIP-ON sll Mils SWIM GOGGLES DIVING MASK Mi.l TinNn I'-ADJl'ST SHADES KNKJirrs LTD. HARRISON'S — BROAD STOCK-TAKING NOTICE. OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS ARE REQUESTED TO NQTE THAT OUR STORE (ALL DEPARTMENTS) "III III 4 I OM l OX WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 1ST AND 2ND OCTOBER NB. Payments Will Receipts Issued Be On Accepted And Both Days. HARRISON'S Hardware Department 1 Dial 2364 or 3142