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The Barbados advocate

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

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Pilms for Children at BC. 9 00 a m

First, Second and Intermediate Cricket
various grounds 100 p m

Annual Fair, St. Winifred’s School 3 60
pm

BC. Films, Cathedral Su

YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

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tal Rair to ontt late: 26 im
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I est emperature: 71.5 r
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Sunrise: 5.48 a.m,

wet: 6.00 pur

foon: Last Quarter, October 10
ehting: 6.00 p.m
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Police Sports Club Dance, St. Cecilia



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ESTABLISHED 1895



JAY, OCTOBER 4, 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS

‘DIAN FLOUR MILLERS , ee Sabrejets
HERE ON TRADE MISSIO

Two MIG’s

SEOUL, 0 3

United States Sabrejets knock-
ed lown two more M.LG 1S
}jet planes out of North Korean
skies, whilé on the ground Reds
swept over four United Nations
advance position in ominou
renewal of heavy fighting on the
Western front,



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SRF CONFERENCE HELD WITH | Russia Seeks
_- IMPORTERS AND BAKERS | Reeall Of U.S.

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A DELEGATION, consisting of three members of Can-| Ambassador |
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ada’s largest Flour Mills, are at present in Barbados, with a | e 7 i Golbe be eS the
} view to discussing Flour imports. The delegation, made} WASHINGTON Oct. 3. | Foy od at Sitptneed ‘tt
up of Messrs. John L. Cavanagh, Paul Callaghan and J. C foe = ; SF guested that, Mr sty “power fifty per cent. in
| MacLean, represents the Canadian National Millers’ Asso- to Rusein tn colar we eae u t dbyge months. He sai
ciation, whose members compose the major Flour Mills in| The Russian not apancgem M vol pie were
Canada. | Kennan’s “immediate recall from iss -
Conferences have been held with FENG Ost. Of Ambassador of the ighih Army plated only
the leading local flour importers nived States of Ameri in a X
and some bakers. They have also Soviet Union”. Secretary of Stato



had an opportunity of discussing z . . Acheson said the Ambassador
Flour importations with the Con- St. Lucey Fishing was not being officially recalled

troller of Supplies, Mr. F. A. but that he will return to Wash-

Bishop, LS.O. Boat Fund Ut ithe ee

feztor
¥ Géearty. ip-
Sub ffl assault

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_This delegation states that iad ae ee a Caen “) Tiieetiad Weeyrton oF Canadian Flour Diulers Wid are here on & Trade Mission being interviewed 1 after nearly 20 hours of
North America is harvesting ex- The Churchwarden (Mr a piven to Breaking! +. the “Advocate” at their Editorial Office yesterday. ’ °

linlomatic relations hetuee ; a e fighting
ceptionally large crops of Wheat F. A. Greaves) and Vestry of diplomatic relations between the | In the pieture are, Mr. Ian Galo (Editor) backing the camera; Mr. Paul Callaghan; Mr. J. C, Mac e

Tin ites ates and the Soviet!

this year, This is especially true the Parish of St. Lucy have eae i, Bt 15 ay _ the Soviet! jean; Mr. John L. Cavanagh, fifth from the left, and Hon. V. C Gale, M&@s Managing Director of the
|in Canada, where it is anticipated opened a fund to replace the ew Soviet ki Be Flags #9 ciate a Advocate Company.

over 650,000,000 bushels of Cana- boat owned by Joseph Griffith a soni tai i ee silt lata

the West south of Panmun-

where the truce talks are





1e Chinese-Cor

* . ny ) a 7 ee ” mun hurled
jdian Hard Spring Wheat will be © on which was burnt. a ‘ sy Yes ai +a” ocholavia e @ s v . U.K E v yn than two. b station poy
harvested, the second largest crop ontributions can be left at DE rad aeaee St cates 5 000 ate r tal n ‘Ss vet nmvoy Ne 1s many a ,
in history. Receipts of Wheat at the Advocate Office or at any mn was appointed Ambassador to e 9 1 1 laid 4 nan 600 in

sSia by Pres » Tr é n ttack y thr
the Mills would indicate that the of the three commercial Banks. Russia by President Truman on \ ‘























‘yy positions
February 7 this year Moseow > e luding battered bunker Hill
bulk of the crop would be of sme egmmewienges: based its ienand for the Are re e lo U.S. Named “UP
grades No. 1, 2 and 3. Canadian .* ome $10.00 bassador’s recall on statements he k ir Atomie | est | LONDON, Oct. 3. ;
Wheat this year should produce LET Branekos oS mide about life in Moscow when { Sir Roger Makins, career Dip-|
tan one high quality Flour cat Be r 00 he passed through Berlin Septem- ,lomat and Deputy Under-Secret- | . ?
for baking purposes. eter ber 19 enroute to a diplomatic ; By PETER E G ary of State, specializing in eco- i H. O
In view of the over-abundance $40.00 me*ting in London, he a re- y PE meer "hein Oct. 3 eee has been named British | ner ere n
of Flour available, it is the opinion porters at Berlin airport that “had ; rk . aS ene ’ ae | Ambassador to the United States
k ers a port that “ha Br Wire ft sr first ¢ . sa Fridav Ambassador t d . e
SEATED in the cockpit of his piane of the delegation that it would be the Nazis permitted us to walk aritain set of her frst atomic weapon on riday—a | to sueceed Sir Oliver Franks, the! Maiden | ri
Prince Nicholas of Yugoslavia | to the advantage of Barbados if th streets without any right to double exploding device apparently detonated on a Steel) Fo eign Office announced earky | pP
sae fire Oh : +... |import controls were relaxed to talk to the Germans, that would tower and “in the presence of 5,000 men on sixteen war-|on Saturday. Makins will take],
prepares to take off from Fairoaks ‘ t 3
Tika tn Seatana wae Pee allow the import of Flour of e ioe avour be prectsty haw we have to live \ips off the barren Monte Bello islands, There was no} over his new job late in Decem iF ate sew arguensy Terminals
4 é | grades ; ‘ : today” i Ss) , 7 “ cy or @ y . . ar iner S.S. Suna arrive :
recently joined the Royal Air | 29° ae —_ U ¢ Wi "The Soviet newspaper Pravaa| Official indication that the tests were at an end and excited ' 8° oe ae olenan eid, “jisknd last Gigth on fe mriaan
Force volunteer reserve and is First, they Consider it easentiel hion 1t iJater described Mr. Kennan’s re- ‘ustralians speculated that an aerial drop or guided mis- oyage under the command of
Presently undergoinga 15-day | supply the Baking Trade with marks as “slander” of the Soviet! sile atom explosion might be yet to come. Maine” ADRSINUOAAS. AG Be Sab aaa
training period. (International) | the high grade Baking Flour C Union and said he “lied” about| 1e explosion was less spec- Washington post, Britain’s top Phis vessel carries aceommoda-
milled from Canadian Hard ana life in Moscow. Mr. Acheson said r to wateh than many of fcrelgn assignment hg ta ‘ha “ * first class passengers,
i jthe Soviet note described Mr.Pjj¢ American tests but unofficial What as a surprise ‘here hae wo oO ler passengers disem-
U S Will In (paacome he f ioeet coma po NORTH BAY, Ontario. | nnan's statements as vena scientific observer rid ‘the tre- Cathedral's yt oes see a 48 ah ive rane vn ee Sal esoa
} | pestricte antity , i The ritis ve Ben aay ous attacks, hostile to the Sovie . - hes . remaine by Frank ince If might go} vans an 7 nox, Amon;
| ove vest restricted to quantity only, the| | /0¢ —. — incsee are! Union in rude violation of general- |)" ee pe seas ae : $. to some more prominent personal-!the intransit passengers are Dr.
|Flour trade would demand grades|Strongly in favour of becoming long after the blast indicated that atr t al ;
: ; roan Cf Bibae cuiteuie ant casada’s rovi {ly recognized forms of international}, ¢ 5 luce i a. estiv: ity better known in America and/A, Lloyd-Davies, F.R.C.S. for
or In land types of Flour suitable to 1 11th province, and the Haw r Britain had produced « bomb of close to Prime Minister Winston {Georgetown and Mr. J.B. L. Todd
e apan their needs, which in effect would] O&IY question in the minds of their | !w-—U.P. greater eMiciency cted against] SATURDAY, CorommR s. || Churchill MBB, for Trinidad
By STEWART HENSELEY Colony. paving sth aneny Se the accept them, said Mr, F. Young, Miss M. D Weston vt ‘Bon are Peheduled to eanee inte ete, oe One Es = hes a ghee Its cargo consisted chiefl
§ o> “itis _ So Tatts ; : a ‘ ly fo » po ave on Lore $ sted chiefly
= Referring to their interview Santi hae eet legislator, in e ° the blast area as soon as possi- Festival of St. Michael and Tai Ay sit nt ippointment 1s | 8,500 bags of Cement, 500 cartons
ASHINGTON, Oct. 3. | with Mr. Bishop, the delegation ane 0. bie to study the effects of the All Angels. TAT Oa ate Ge sral and Earl|Beer, 16 cars, consisting of A
American economic experts;said “we appreciate Mr, Bishop's heb bee tiv oa member To Be Inspector esplosion, — including = damage]] 7.30 am. Holy Communion Shountiation tase or the Dune tins,’ Vauxhauls, Fords, and Ro-
Friday speculated that an in-|position as a civil servant, and Dalat rg the 1a t - St. ‘ ( to the “city” laboriously con- (Corporate © o m- | of Fdinburgh —U.P. vers; also four heavy Lifts, and
creased rate of American and|his non-committal approach to ars Bae ; h — ae arte Of Schools tructed by an engineer ‘corps. munion of O.T.B., ’ F reneral cargo.
other foreign investment in Japan|the question.” ‘wemid be ae eae on oe Dr. W. G. Penny, British : 0.G.B., Scouts). The S.S. Sunadele was built in
Eecatec Lier baa — anna ores, Cone Laas. ietk We economic standpoint. 44 mae MISS MILLICENT D. WESTON | P ist in charge of the tests 3.30 pm. Entertainment for Denmark, and registered in

4 *npne*

ly of an exploratory nature,|~ yp he ; . ‘4 has been appointed to the post of} Who watched the explosion by children and young “Shoot To Kill Switzerland

" P For generations we have traded . : i j people of the P. "

and that they had not attempted | y,jtj, Canada, While we are over !*trict Inspector of Schools, De-!television from the flagship air- s ena Loce} agents here are Messrs

: . 5 * . .
to commit Mr. Bishop or any of} populated, Can: : partment of Education lcvaft carrier Campani is ish at St. Michael's oO d W t Given | Plootations La,
ated, Cang s the exact op- r pania raer W asn iven

the merchants to any change in tiie. F Beg [s +e eynet OD Miss Weston was educated at!scheduled to veturn to London Girls’ School, |

| Policy. We believe that a union would

Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida. |

These officials pointed out that
elections Wednesday showed that
conservative policies would con-
a gee oe Mn alan ree Tt Was pointed out to the dele-} aseist Canada to populate and de-
assure some potential investors 2@tion that under the ~ present| velop, Mr, Young’ said.



the county school, Liskeard, Corn- , within two weeks to report, He | TOKYO, Oct, 3.
wall, and at the University College | whip be accompanied by Rear’ A spokesman for General Mark

‘ ms X
f the South West of ‘Wngland,!Acriifal Arthur D, ‘Torlesse ‘Talk On W \ Clark's headquarters gaid on Fri- Italy To Si nT rade
who may have held off com- ,°%8t¢m of controls, it would pre-| Mr, Young was visiting North|Pevon. She obtained the degrer military commander for the oper- 8 orld day in conneetion with the kill- - a &

mitting ‘their money in Japan |S¢?t certain difficulties to import} Bay with other members of the of BSc. (Lond.) in 1936 in

i i co . . ar > .
t ation. ‘ . ing of 56 Chinese prisoners of war I act With an
until they were certain just how |â„¢0re than one grade of flour, Commonwealth STi n Eaucation in 18 Sugar Pact Likely on Cheju Island, that there was Jap





: i i i Strict S i
the Japanese would react in their!,, They emphasised that where| Avsociation —B.U.P. the diploma in Education in 1937 diene

: ; . no specific order to “shoot to kill” By 5. M sat
first general elections since oc-| there was free trade, each buyer oan be er Deve us| ‘The extreme security screen In Spring 1953 {but local commanders might have y 5. M. BOS
cupation ended. | bought the flour suited to his’ ementary Schools in Devon nt .

ae in r + { 1937 to 1939; from 1939 to 1945
There has been the belief in|¢eds in relation to the cost, and
United States business circles that | @ On page5. Dr. Carroll Gets

in a Senior Elementary School in xed. The ‘oniv. myevuitnna
American ponsored Democracy ! Staffordshire and from 1945 to; .°i"4°¢- ue ’ ness
~t sponsor
in Japan was only “skin deep” |

. “ital ; alia o interpreted the order Clark OME. Oct 3
ir iat “aie en tae ee t LONDON, Oct, 3. issued on his arrival last May to : ROME, Oct. s.
ea . Se , ne a The International Sugar Coun-| ‘use any force necessary” in en- A seven-member Italian. del
forcing United Nations authority gation will leave Sunda j
—UP for Tokyo to negotiate a comm
and payments accord with Japan

cil to-day issued a communique

1948 in the Victoria Technical; '"formation came from a_ party recalling that the Special Com-

[nstitute, Trowbridge, Wiltshire,|°! | Hewspapermen = who had





Post At Hospital

and that the Japanese would go! °
off in all manners of radical direc- Re-Appointed To DR. DAVID SWAINSTON CAR-
— when Ser oe » ° Co 5 eg | ROLL has been selected for ap-
an election on their own. Wednes- | Executive uncil pointment on three years’ agree-
day’s results were interpreted here ment to the post of Medical
ne shcivins the fallacy of that be- Officer, Barbados General Hospital,
—U.P, Dr. Carroll who is 31 years old
is married. From 1942-1945 he

over prisoners,

dg hum Idniie iat mittee of the International Sugar rt eee th \ a gape
which comprised a Technical and|°@mped for five lonely weeks on] Council in 1948, was instructed by SAE TES COR One

Commercial College, and a vard infested mountain on Whe} she Council, to report when the} 999 At Work m
Evening Institute. ‘inland about 50 miles from] time was ripe for negotiating a| : two countries since th
Miss Weston has been Senior ‘he Monte Bello group, and a few] new international sugar agree- Shortly after 845 am. on ; ; ;
Mathematics Mistress, Queen's 'y observers in that vicinity.| ment, | October. 2 Cpl. Brathwaite at- rhe delegation cheduled
College, since January, 1949. She In Brillant sunshine with the The Committee informed the| tached to the C.1.D, sent through ]}arrive in Tokyo on October
will take up her new appointment sea only slightly ruffled around] Council to-day that in its opinion | “| 999 call reporting that a woman yo be ieee by ees oe 1p
1 Ist January, 1953. i@ little group of coral islands,|the International Council should| “25 !ying in a gutter on Welches| Bonaralli of the Italian reign



it to be concludes clwee









° — yah oo ‘he com-| few keeping vigil suddenly] now be called to negotiate such an| Bone St, Michael, apparently eee aki be. ft pg

ot ores See , , , saw lightning flast =| agree , | sic , aes he aaaaee tale aie ee

A Gift For menced medical studies at St.) MR. S. 7. CHRISTIAN O.BE. a t Sad ie ae ippeared eens Council announced that it| © One of the police vans took her} Foreign Pe Mini a ind_ the

Bartholomew’s Hospital where he FY 6 glowing Pre ett ee hod & 3 » report : 4\'0 the General Hospital Oliice of Exchange.—U.P.
Clarence House qualified M.R.C:S, and L.R.C-P. in ACTING PUISNE JUDGE i oo Mor aga a epee Ee yeoest ane 3
Mare 51. ; |
| (Pee Ger Own Carrespéuiene ' It ic : (From Our Own Correspondent) apd from fifty miles away about] November, will put forward a}
‘ t is not yet known when Dr , y , ,

' ANTIGUA. | Carroll will arrive in Barbados. | the same size. A great cloud of| Proposal that such negotiations |

Antigua has been presented{ ANTIGUA, Oct. 3,
with a beautiful Naval Telescope]
for Clarence House by Admiral

Sir Eric Fulerton, K.C.B., DS.O.,
The telescope was itself a pres-|
entation to the retired Admiral!
many years ago. ; j
This is the second gift to Clar-}
ence House recently. Last year

t
i , ,
: ioke yap emi should begin in the spring of 1953.!
His Excellency the Governor] ke and vapour seemingly 1 pring |
}

about ¢ co kas aie —B.U.P.
has been pleased to appoint M: Giiatea” Ag Bo
S. T. Christian, O.B.E. to act a As _

s s
sk at . Te une, four Minutes had shot up to a ‘ o nhs,
New Specialist | uine idee jot, ine, Supreme icin ot soa tect with tana] Trade Restrictions

Radiologist ward Islands for the purpose of The’ it into a “z” in the sky. Will Continue

presiding over the criminal ses-| *' familiar mushroom stalk
Dr. (Miss) E. W. Smith, M.B.,]Sions in Antigua in October and] 4% missing










RAI.1GH-—Makers of the
WORLD'S CHAMPION



an elegant four poster bedstead B.S., D.M.R.E., who has com-|4ttending to other urgent busi- Two Explosions The oes: Oxt,, es
and mattress were donated by | SIR JOHN SAINT pleted her engagement as Radiol-\®€58, in Chambers during the There was the sound of a blast - on ow ne Ce are
some American visitors, There ofist at the Barbados General ;â„¢onth. . : then a second and much louder hahaa ane Te 3 me 1a _
are a number of interesting old! His Excellency the Governor !Hospital has accepted appointment The acting appointment will} one followed by a noise which re hed a ie» bitte ran sleints
maps of Nelson’s Dockyard to be. has re-appointed Sir John Saint, |to the pensionable post of Special- take effect from Tuesday 7th Oc-| resembled that of a train passing eer v2 ae ae ; a ean ain
seen at Clarence House and{Kt.,C.M.G., O.B.E., to be a mem- |ist Radiologist. tober. @ On page 5 rom German businessmen anc

among pictures of the Royal fam-,ber of the Executive Council of Dr. Smith is at present on leave oe aces a
ily there is a picture of the Duke of | Barbados for a further period of |in the United Kingdom and it is , ' poser

‘ atte ; ; September 3 must remain in force.

Clarence (King William IV) which! five years from the 2nd of Octo- expected that she will take up} . e e eee

was presented by Queen Mary. / ber, 1952. ther duties in January, 1953. Ul e SS es n er ae degen oy ——, hua
cary a8 @ res 0) razil’s huge

payments deficit with West Ger-

Buil ding Aavicdeâ„¢ Mitisinic Production In U.S.A. | jie" sion









sin a see , he Bank of Brazil, no longer are
p ; . SEATTLE, Washington, Oet, 3, ot an eted at once into Deutsch-
resiaden Imé as ¢ ol ‘e t ruide iseij -j}rmarks, but are transferred into
Mr. W. M. Woodhouse, Building dos, are expected to return here ; is hoped will be in operation early are at erent in the - ae { ot ames : nae guided: custiles pecial credits set up in Tanned
Development Adviser to the some time next year to conduct al next year. ss ; Sesermnly | ne produc tion, The Pre joreign trade banks,
; Comptroller for Development and! similar scheme. This mill is managed by B, G.}| “ent made his statement o Thursday night at Eagles| German intporter’ may tbuy
: Welfare returned to Barbados via | te ; . _.._| Timber Ltd. a subsidiary of Auditorium here in one of ‘he major speeches of his]: mounts from these special credits
Trinidad on. Tweedey. By. BWIA. | sevence to bet sh ak ae een Colonial Development Corpora-} whistlestop tour in behalf of Governor Adlai Stevenson and use them for payment of 80
after making a _seven-week tour | ‘¢ oo ra on Caribbean | tion, The company is now open- He said, “guided missiles are now the assembly li per cent of their obligations to
of British Guiana, Surinam, “mbers at Port-cf-Spain next ing up the timber resources of sroduction ° missiles are now in the assembly line| fi) The remaining 20 per
French Guiana and Trinidad. ; Ya", Mr, Woodhouse said that iN the Bartica triangle on the River| ! uction and despite many technical difficulties will cent they have to obtain by ap-
He told the “Advocate” yee oe ota allah 5 statieteen ae Essequibo.” soon pe ih ng hands of tactical units.” The President plication to the West German
i terday that the main purpose 0 4 in approac the gui ssiles stateme
i the tour was to waliect informa-|gest (in the Trade Commodity Impressed PP guided missiles statement by





Commission for the timber con-{This will give particulars of the! Visited these operations and was| Korean war.

tion on behalf of the Caribbean! series), before the conference.) Mr Woodhouse said that he! America is much stronger now than it was before the
Z *
ference to be held in Trinidad in |Supply, consumption, and demand,|/™pressed_ with the much im-| Truman said “we pushed our Burned Cinema

stating ‘he| tral Bank.—U.P.
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COMM ppm”

















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April next year , ete, for timber of all kinds in the a on oie oe pete, je: eee = gaestery H rt I E losi O t Di WINNER when you ride a Raleigh z
Site dp i Caribbean area. He felt that this c : y used. Full] har aircraft, tanks, guns, |

Pha i an rong Conrutttie tiae ; would supply a long felt need, use was being made of bulldozers, | ships, and so on—to seven times | u n xp osion pera or 171e8 A Raleigh was the choice of Reg Harris—World’s
this contebemes: the Consniitee Commenting generally, he said eS use ‘a pan gy pe ming * oe Korea Albertine Walters of Britton’s (From Our Own Correspondent) Professional Sprint Champion for the second year in
includes representatives of Brit~/that | the ee att une ads ok “eer Usedty tok cease OrOnee ta cemnane "een | Hill, St. Michael reported to the; | PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 3. succession. Here is proof of the wisdom of buying
ish, Dutch, French and U.S.A. greater use by Caribbean terri-| mechanical methods of felling and|l# the development of better wea- Police yesterday that while she The Roodal eircuit plan build- your bicycle from a Company with such great
territories, ; Mr, | tories of the timbers grown in the transportation. pons.” wee ales ping 7 her house on Oc- | ing new modern cinema on the technical experience and knowledge that designed

While in Surinam he met Mr. r ; 7 : sh It was, perhaps, too early to} The President mentioned the | ‘CCP 2 about 3 a.m. an explosion|ruins of the St. Vincent Street and built the record-breaking RALEIGH,
Sates See DES. SRE ys mat. wane seeieadats i say how much pre-fabrication of | increase in power of the jet engine | "eT oe aren, — i site of the Empire Cinema which
housing experts attached to the) —cncur wn cai tin in smi -|and said it in itself was a mili-}, Cynthia Walters who was sleep-}wes destroyed by fire yesterday ,
Caribbean Commission under the quiste eee ae oe Saeae buen aod ces — sary, thyoliution He mentioned | 1! g with hes Sess Wuisted ana was|afternoon. It is estimated that t
a ~— technical Teeanpted hur sesviceh:.Thass Wena ait be or in larger units such as house-|'he tremendous advances in the | ~"’ P i "Gischaaens 8 Weelpe, ney Tulidling ot oo
scheme, ey are now : 7 pa anels a i use of atomic energy for wer} re . ul cos ast $350,000.

iscussed at the coi nce, Al-| panels and framings, etc., would = eo * The sivtoaeuiad’ ¢ d
& wilot project for gegen fg — ous a te to-|be undertaken at the Georgetown |@nd then made his statement con- | 7 p Geant gut stares 28d sfuip~
besos tof o high standard in en|wards reducing these difficulties | mill, but the company was ac-|Cerning guided missiles. r Ls art of whieh is recoverable by VAR ALES V ERS ey ye Se
Than, area of Paramaribo, Each| He said that the French Gov-|tively studying the possibilities,| Truman did not enlarge on the} Ng Peace Prize way of insurance . 7
urban area of Paramaribo, c] 2 -| Even in territories where tim-|%tatement concerning guided mis- | F ’ oF INSULANCe, A Product of Raleigh Industries Limited, Netsngham, ing land.
house wil] probably be supplied|ermment and the Compagnie Gen territo e il ; erating Joseph Mahabir, 19, one of the
cit erale Transatlantique had recent-|ber was plentiful, as for example. |*!!€s. He continued enumerating OSLO, Oct. 3. Lcaindwal ‘dktewkate cama t
with water and electricity. ly Givided tidee now: vebecia with: Saciten face was a|the progress in military matters j ; ny BLO, Oct. royed cinema’s operators who! =
i a1 Y etween Cayenne, the Carib-;marked tendency to construct|224 in the strides the United the Nobel Prize Committee an- iw detained at Port-of-Spain | CAVE, SHEPHERD
Enthusiasm ean, Gulf ~ rts, buildings in concrete and brick, |>*@tes has taken towards strength- | Vounced to-day that no peace) hospital yesterday evening suffer-| & CO., LTD.
“There is a consicerapie degree ae Seaman timber seasoning,|Even so, there would always be ening its allies. He used his re- Wher will be awarded Pie a ng severe burns died this morn- ’
& . , aint Vi “—— “_ 1ere was no immediate explan-] jy, J0ysie Samar 99 y

of enthusiasm over the scheme”| this is already being done at the;the demand for timber for doors, pone ing edna & ree. toa | ation of. the’ ‘dédision Sepatin gs Siivie Sonieg ties fp vetpabad ottii’ te 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street.
Mr. Woodhouse ssid snd atiedi mill in Surinem owned by the windows, roofs and floorings, etc. States ie buds et cold not ably the Committee felt either thatla ser ou condition ' "s |
that the results would be watched} Bruynzeel Company at Parama- Plywood Manufacturers Ge anidie ext, and Talitoeed ur-|there is no suitable candidate .or] One of Trinidad’s oldest picture 3 @ NO CYCLE IS COMPLETE WITHOUT A STURMEY- ‘
with interest by the other ter-| ribo. It was also proposed to} While in Surinam, Mr, Wood-i prise that Eisenhower had eed | that thi as not the time to award|houses the Empire quickly burnt} % ARCHER 3 OR 4+SPEED GEAR AND DYNOHUB ®;:
ritories. s _ erect drying kilns at the large | house visited the Bruynzeel Fac-| with Senator Robert Taft that the | one f eAace hot war on injout following a fire which started

Mr. Hanson and Mr. Garcia,|timber mill now in the course of| tory and examined the marufac-| budget could be cut substantially. | Kore: nd wer spread/in the projection room during the consti aaa lapel
who have already visited Barba- erection at Georgetown, which, it @ On Page 6 { ant w ~ : matinee show ee























































PAGE TWO

s ERROL DOS SANTOS, Kt.,
¢.B.E., was an arrival from
Trinidad by B.W.1.A on
Wednesday to continue his inquiry
nto ‘the Salaries Scale on behalf
of the Government
Passed Exam.
NE has been recent-
ly received of the suc-

eess. of Miss. Alice Skinner, a
formpr pupil of Queen's College
who-has obtained her B.A t
Mc Master University, Canad:
Alice, will now start her studi
in Dentistry

She is the daughter of Mr. anc
Mrs. Carlton Skinner now resid-

ing in the United States and a
niece of Miss Lee Skinner form-
erly Heacmistress of the St. Mat-
thews Girls’ School,

Yew Appointment

R. NATHANIEL BUTCHER
of Station Hill, St. Michael,
left by B.W.I.A. yesterday for
3ritish, Guiana where he will be
employed with the firm of Messrs.
G. Harris & Co.

He was accompanied by Mr.
Emmanuel Whiskey, who is super-
visor of the same firm, He expects
to be away for about three years.

Son and Heir
R. AND MRS, CLYDE WARD
are the proud parents of a
son and heir. The happy event
took place yesterday and mother
and babe are doing fine. Mrs
Ward is a former pupil of Queen's
College and daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Payne of Country

Road \

For a Day
SPURRIER, Assistant
Manager of B.W.I.A in
Trinidad, was an arrival by
B.W.1.A. here on Wednesday on
a short visit He returned to
Trinidad on Thursday.

One Month
M* MAY SMALLEY of St.

%. C.

Lambert, Montreal, arrived
in the colony by T.C.A. on
Thursuay to spend a_ month’s

vacation with Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Cox, “West Ray”, Worthing.

By

“WHEN will you critics learn
‘ begins a wrathful corres-
pondent; and goes on to take issue
with my opinion of Sibelius.

This_is not the first time some-
one has called me “you critics.”
I do no enjoy being addressed in
the plural. It invariably means
that I am held in low esteem.
What this reader would like to

call me, I imagine (though he
is too courteous to do so), is
“you snob.” Or perhaps “you

cold, unfeeling intellectual.”
I plead not guilty,
A snob lets his mind control his
feelings, in order to give the im-
pression that his tastes are very
special and very cultivated.
Before he ventures to like or dis-
like a piece of music or a musical
performer, he calculates the im-
pression his opinion will make,
He cannot afford to be spontan-
eous.

If you ask me
I love music, I love it more
deeply than do people who con-
sider it rude to cast aspersions on
poor works and poor perform-
ances» J love music so much that
I am ‘Angry when somebody mis-
treats #t, disappointed when souie-
body fails to measure up to its
requirements,

If you ask me, the real musical
snobs are the people who want to
hear nothing but Mozart, Beeth-
oven, and Brahms over and over,
on the grounds that other music is
less valuable—or less reputable, or
less moving.

Snobs, too, are the people who
will listen to nothing but very old
musi¢ (in the nineteenth century,
they say, music became vulgar
in itsshow of emotion). Or
nothing= but brand-new music.
Or nothing but “serious” music
Or nadthing but “light” music,
whichis not disturbingly “intel-
lectual.”

These attract...

A thousand kinds of music
attract. me. Among pianists,
Artur Schnabel and “Fats” Waller
have given me equal pleasure.
Kirsten Flagstad's singing is
wonderful: so is Mary Martin's.

Arturo Toscanini is a_ great
conduetor; but I was also lost in
admiration for Robert Morton,
who led the orchestra at the mid-
night Lynmouth benefit last Mon-
day, and did such an expert job
(without rehearsal) of keeping
astride” of highly-individualistic
music hall singers,

Moreover, I went seven times to
hear Vivienne Segal sing “Be-
witched, bothered and bewilder-
ed” in. the high-spirited musical
comedy. “Pal Joey"—which I
greatly hope London will see and
hear some day. I know the score
of Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess”
almast note for note.

Il’ too, have been an active
musician. I have played the piang
in a jazz band, directed choirs and
played-the organ, conducted Pur-
cell's .“Dido and Aeneas” and
Beethoyen’s Fifth Symphony.

~~ Lost patience

I know what it is to make u
failure-«in public and—within
narrow.Jimits—a success,

Because I am acquainted with
the problems of performance. I

summer
leaving
Mr
Williams, and Miss

M* a DB
“Edgeton”,
was among the passengers leaving
by
Thursday afternoon.
on a short holiday.

oO

T. R. EVANS



Carb Call

Complete Tour
HARLOW, A:

D* F. J
on Technica

iviser
°





the Secretary of tat r the
Colonies arrived here on Wednes-
night by B.W.I1.A from
inidad He has been making



a complete tour of the area and
the British territories in connec-
tion with educational »bler
Dr Harlow expect » remain
i Barbados for about a week
He is a guest at the Marine Hotel
Students Return
TUDENTS of the University
College of the West Indies

returned to Jamaica on Thursday

B.W.1.A. after spending the
holidays here Those
were:—Mr. C. Barrow,
Cummins, Mr James
Pilgrim

ay

G
D
Many Happy Returns

ONGRATULATIONS to Miss
Grace Worrell of 3rd Ave-

1ue, The Ivy who celebrates her
birthday to-day.
turns of the day and very sincere
wishes for your future happines

Many happy re-

Had Discussions
Cc. V. HADLEY, Educa-
of St. Vincent,

R.
tion Officer

returned home on Wednesday by
air after paying a short business
visit.
Mr

to the Comptroller
ment and Welfare.

He had. discussions with
J. Nicol, Education Adviser
for Develop-

He was a guest at Hotel Royal.
On Holiday

DOUGLAS of

Country Road,

Trinidad on
He has gone

for

B.W.I.A

After Twenty-five Years
ISS MARJORIE STROUD,

daughter of the late Mr.
E. Stroud and sister of the
famous Spartan footballers Stroud
brothers, arrived in the colony by
T.C.A. on Thursday on her first
visit since 1927

I ‘Ask You=AM I a Snob
About Music ?

CECIL SMITH

lose patience when I feel that no
suitable attempt is made to solve

these problems. With an arvist
of great reputation thi misde-
meanour takes on the gravity of

a serious crime.

Grace Moore once told me that
she valued especially my first
favourable notice of her singing,
because it had taken me five years
to reach the point at which I was
willing to write it.

Recently when I congratulated
the brilliant young violinist Isaac
Stern on a_ performance he gave
when he was dog-tired at the end
of an international tour, he re-
torted: “You know better than to
say it was good,”

Ordinarily I have
only second-class

that
object

found
artists

when I call them on substandard

performances,—L.E.S,

LISTENING
HOURS

SATURDAY,
400—-7.15 p.m,



OCTOBER 4, 1952
25 53M, St 32M

4 pm. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily
Service, 4.15 p.m Henry Hall's Guest
Night, 5 p.m Rugby League Football,
5.05 p.m. Haydn, 5.15 p.m. Music for
Dancing 6 p.m. Scottish Magazine, 6.15
p.m In Town To-night, 6.45 p.m
Sports Round up and Programme Parade,
7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. Home News
from Britain
7.15—10.30 p.m. a1

7.15 p.m. Behind the News, 7.45 p.m
Sports Review, 8.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel,
8.30 p.m. Goodbye Just Now, 10 p.m
The News, 10.10 p.m. From the Edi
torials, 10.15 p.m. Princess Indira, 10,30
p.m. Variety Fanfare



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. Idiomatic value of
people. (3)
22. A step for the dil! puster ,
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*§ by T.C.A. on Thursday last from

|

For Trinidad

M* LOUIS LYNCH, Headmas- |
ter of the Modern High}

School, and Life Vice-President |
of the B.A.A.A., left for Trini-|
lad by B.W.I.A. yesterday. Mr. |
Lynch will be Manager of the

Barbados Team of Athletes taking
part in the Trinidad Meet sched-
uled to begin on Saturday }
He will return home early next
week
Twenty-seven Years In
Canada
ISS LESSIE PARRIS,
of Mr. J. L. Parris, Assis-
tant Manager of Seawell Airport
and daughter of the late Mr.
Hamlett Parris,- Jeweller
Bridgetown, and Mrs. Parris,

on a short holiday visit to Barba-
dos She has been residing in
Canada for the past twenty-seven



sister hundred years ago your Churc
of |@uUthoritarianism focused
is | Pope.

these misinterpretations of Chris-
tianity still

Canon
.Warner’s
Column

By CANON HUGH WARNER. r 4

TWO YEARS AGO I met a girl
who is a Roman Catholie. I am
a keen member of the Church
of England, We have both h
instruction in each other’
faith, but neither has been con-
vinced. What should we now
do? .
LOOK at your side first. Fou®

violently protested against abuses
believed to be bound up with an
in the
-Anglicans believe that some of

cling to the Roman

years and she came over by T.C.A,|Church. So Anglicans are re-
on Thursday. — . minded that in marrying a
Returned Roman Catholic they must accept

R.

Miss Doris Hutson returned

JOHN F. HUTSON and/the responsibility of bringing up
their children according to their
own

convictions as Anglicans,

the U.S.A. via Bermuda after a|And the bishops trust them to do
visit . this.

Intransit Now look at your fiancee’s side.

R. AND MRS. WILLARD|Her Church wants a written un-

GRANT were intransit pas-
sengers by T.C.A. for Trinidad
on Thursday. Mr. Grant is Man-
aging Director of T. Geddes Grant
(T’dad) Ltd.

‘eightlifters Back

dertaking that you will surren-
der your right to bring up your
children in your own faith,

Your fiancee will also have to,

sign a promise to try to convert
you to her faith. Her
has as much right as has yours |

Church

HE Barbados Weightlifting e
Team who recently went to on trae a member to obey the
Trinidad, returned home _ by ne
B.W.I1.A. from Trinidad yester- Both Churches agree on one
day thing. They both urge strongly
; Back Home against members making mixed

R. OLIVER R. ROCK, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Howell Rock,
and formerly a Sub-Editor of the
Barbados Advocate, and who has
been working in Aruba, returned
to the colony during the week on
holiday
Mr. Rock is staying
relatives at Station Hill.

Charge Reduced

with his



HOLDING BACK the tears, Mrs.
Martha J. Wage, 19, of Red Wing,
Minn., leaves the U. S. court in
Munich, Germany, where she is on
trial for the slaying of her hus-
band, Sgt. Dan P. Wage. The
young mother of two small chil-
dren sobbed as the court reduced
the charge against her from first
degree murder to “intentional
manslaughter” after a succession
of witnesses told of her husband's
relations with German women.

What They
Read

Significant facts about the
reading habits of the British peo-
ple are brought to light in the
1952 Hulton Readership Survey
published this week, The inves-
‘igations have been conducted by
the latest scientific research
methods, and give an admirable
Statistical picture of the papers
people read in the various social
classes—and geographical areas:
of the community,

The Evening Standard,
would be expected, comes
strongly in the table devoted
the class analysis of

In a “sample” representing
four million, three hundred
thousand men and women in the
well-to-do and upper middle
classes, four hundred and ninety
thousand are assigned as readeis
of the Evening Standard,

This represents 29.5 per cent,
of the total readership of one}
million six hundred and _ sixty
thousand credited to this news-
paper,



as
out

to}
readership.



—L.E.S.
er

Incidental Intelligence

Not only does a new vacuum
cleaner now being advertised
make mayonnaise, beat eggs and
grind coffee, but you don't have
to marry it.—Fun and _ fiction,
Canada,

—L.E.S.

SS

were $12.15.

marriages of this
because the strongest strand
a marriage is the religious bond

kind. This is
in

which undergirds the whole

ifamily set-up.
It provides the one quite cer- *« Nov. 23—Dec. 22
jtain way

of overcoming every
difficulty which may come alons.
If husband,
ere not one at this level. som--

-|thing crucial is likely to be. mis-

sing from the home.
—L.E.S.

Is Younger

“1 found my father, aged 54,
sitting with his head in his hands,
heartbrokert. He was just home
from a holiday with my mother,
realising that he is a ‘back num-

she attached herself to
people in the party.
“She is nine years
than my father and for ten years
has been running her own small
business, She says she has becn
stagnating for 16 years . All
my father wants now is peace and
comfort “”

Did He Share?

should feel that
bringing up a family is stagna-
tion.” I can think of few things
less like it when both parents are
doing it. How far did your father
1 wonder, really do his share?
A longing to escape the family
is seldom present where a mother
has found in this work a new

younger

No mother

basis for co-operation with her
husband.
A husband is able to satisfy

deep emotional needs in his wife,
and to help her fulfil a “career”
within her family.

Your mother appears to be
looking for appreciation fro:r
others because she had so little
of it from her family, yet all her
husband wants is “peace and
comfort.”’

That’s not a very exciting pros-
pect for a younger wife.

We are meant to enjoy .life.
That’s why we are here. Instead
of enjoying life, your mother is

lies disaster,

Husband and wife must each go
half-way to meet the other. .To
snap out of that not uncommon
lethargy which comes to some
men in middle age, your father’s
doctor will be able to give him
a tonic,

Enthusiasm
He must then try to accept,
rather than rebel against, his

wife’s business interests, She has
fulfilled her primary duty in her
motherhood,

He should try to enter into her
projects more enthusiastically,
and congratulate her when she
does well. She is the sort that
evidently feeds on’ admiration.

If the inevitable consequence of
any of your mother’s friendships
is the disruption of the family
life, then she should surrender
those friendships.



Selling House

Noel Coward is selling Blue
Harbour, his place on the north-
ern shore of Jamaica. There are
three cottages on .a_ hillside
sloping to the sea, A coral reef
protects the private bathing
beach,

Coward built Blue Harbour
after the war. It is said to have
cost more than £20,000,

Now he is thinking of buying
another house in Jamaica. He
will look around when he goes
there in the winter.

Coward liked the seclusion of
Blue Harbour. He has no tele-
phone there. The cottage he
occupied himself has a_ large
verandah, a bedroom, bathroom
and drawingroom,

—L.E.S.

SSS SSS
GAULETY



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‘PETER'S’ COCOA IS THE BEST |

For the busy life we live to-day

And to keep energetic for work and play
Just drink “PETER’S” Cocoa anytime

To bring contentment and happiness sublime

FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1952

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

ARIES —Maybe little to shout about to-day, but
March 21—April 20 don't minimize benefits, overlook advan- +

tages. Your practical efforts will progress.
lake extra care in personal affairs.
ambitions. Wisely combine your natural *
zifts with others’ knowledge; exercise tal-
ents in co-operative manner. Don’t rush! *

—Don’t jump at conclusions. At first ,
glance you may say, “no!” Look sharply

—There will be need of dipping into men-
tal resources, of employing ex ence and
keen common sense in all efforts. Avoid
outbursts, moods and personalities,

TAURUS
April 21 to May 20



—You may find day trying for your talents,

Buy it at your grocers to-day and save money on

—Action may break fast, unexpectedly. Be every tin.
prepared in known matters and others can

be handled with less confusion.

CANCER
June 22—July 23

14-Tb tin only 24 cents,
14-1b tin only 48 cents.

f clues, ad tages; th there. Stay
Tan This is a Nestle’s Product

—Fairly favourable rays; also problems
with which to contend. Right concern for
others may be'just the helping hand need-
ed. Romance favoured.

*

— Your day urges a determined front.
Group your talents for action, be resolved
to follow best leads and reward will be
fitting.

VIRGO
Aug. 23—Sept. 23
*
*

TO-NIGHT

LIBRA
Sept, 24—Oct. 23

—Excellent aspects for essentials, worthy

SCORPIO :
am endeavour, Allocate your action that you
Sete Be ey. may deal with important issues. Respon- *
sive period for initiative.
SAGITTARIUS —An agreeable, co-operative attitude for *

best results. You shrewd, alert ones will
have marked returns, but don’t over-esti-
mate your ability.

PIRATES DANCE

PARADISE BEACH
CLUB

CAPRICORN

Dec. 23—Jan. 21 _Kither directly or through others’ fa-

yours new advantages will be yours. Make
thoughtful preparations and don't neglect

little duties.
Â¥ *

—So-so for personal and many other af-
fairs to-day. Check over expenditures,
loans. Watch general indications.

*

Can be one of your top days if you are
sensibly active. Affairs of heart, home
should be most satisfying. Don’t fear new

PAY hs 1 for beauty, appreciate
YOU BORN TO-DAY have a love for beauty, &
. and things of true adornment. Librans have great

AQUARIUS
Jan. 22—Feb. 20

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*« Feb. 21—-March 20



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Trinidad’s Bad Drivers To Be Routed

Driving Standard W.I. Cruise For —
Exceedingly Low New Italian Liner

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(From Our Own Correspondent) WASHINGTON
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 27 The Andrea Darin, the nev Italian luxury liner claime 1} use
ia : : to be the fastest vessel built in Europe since the war, will }
Trinidad’s bad drivers are to be routed accarding to

‘ i ; . make her first 17-day West ! 2s cruise ‘ebruary, 1953, |
Superintendent I. S. Paton, Police Traffic Officer, who dis- ake her first 17-day West Indies cruise in February, a





























































; i |
, tr. Willis McCo tl - ‘side ie £ ical
closed this week that road traps will be used to hold offend- . | s McC ~ , vice-pre ne " at the am Pi a , ,
xyenatr >i 1e€s M c é s the ‘ ? ) ‘
inc toutdriste, bee hann ine nce he as the 3. agent for the : )
Mr. Paton said that the standard of driving and road sia Pann erate ete aise = a
discipline in the island was exceedingly low and he was t West Lrctic \| | 1
: be ” hence : HE MODERN NTISE Cc
interested in positive measures which would lead to im- thi: : ie eee he egg ae eet
ee. ir, l cConnell said. It _ : .
provement, Will also be the first West Indian Sare: Non Potsonous
The campaign to be launched - b that any italian Line vessel | Dorsn’r Pain
shortly will be directed against = ja Paphpgs: y we wet : | l ‘ | ) SN’r Sr
reckless and other forms of ‘bad New ¥ hm Doria will leave | } Dorsn’r STAIN
diving. It will involve enforce- : ‘ Sa ne ae ae eee sqnwnry 80 , j | een Agents: T. S, GARRAWAY & (O., Bridgetown
ment of the Motor Vehicles and O [ : . M ng at St. Thomas, San Juar ;
Road Traffic Regulations and in- ecw s c a he Curacao, Cartagené *
struction in proper driving pro- z Te hee me, Hnvane In Carlisle Bay
eedure and road discipline L Hi 1 sb > ih vee d 11, Hes V |
As regards enforeement of the n ar em q she ie re pt ae oh 7 Phils H. D W — ia wim heidi
regulatio the Police Department . oe oe i. e accom- eline, Cy O.. Belq i
g tion © » a D a Counsello erdene
plans trengthening the Traffic (From Our Own Correspondent) 25 ~ —e oe t \ r. B mn ian Ricardo you RE SURE TO LIKE
3ranch by adding a number of ANTIGUA. ( \ 550 passengers on the West , Res
regular policemen and 40° Special On Saturday 20th September Indies cruise, allowing passengers ; ae. Al
Reserve Police Constables to its His Bxecelleney Sir Kenneth picnty of room aboard, and more Vincent dee Caz aoe ara a r
number in the very n future. Blackburne, Governer of the Lee- tinle ashore during stops at port Pn M aa B : itd
ward Islands met representatives . of .call.—B.U.P. on. Me be fror
PHOTOGRAPHS of the Leeward Islands Asspcia- WITH BRITISH OFFICERS looking on, U. S. personnel explain operations Guntime th tha) Menacdee tee : MILK PLUS
pomeaiaiiates tions in New York City at the 0m the air defense observation deck aboard the carrier Midway during ation "
$o far as instruction is concern- yiote; ‘Theresa, His Excellency “Operation Mainbrace.” The huge NATO naval maneuver in the North M D S a Sch. Timothy Van Sluytman, 76 tons
ee ke eee and was introduced to officers of Sea will draw toa close with the “Battle of Denmark.” (International) Vir. esousa Consigned to the Goheoner Owner’ Apna
strations by photographs anc : davinatl i Pres So itior * .
posters, demonstrations in public, Te etter ons anc es DOMINICA NEWSLETTER : Retires $.8. Nestor, 1075 tons fro Amsterdan
: Se : s z s. ; te aptain P. Reitsems nt
and gies ane att eee. In the skyline ballroom a col- ~——— » - . s Pp saubeae, Sons x Co on™
tional films to be s our party of British West Indian e e SS. Hugh, 4634 to rom Trinidad
out the Colony. : Vetesans’ with. their standards From Our Own Cecrespondens) mder Captain M. Reynolgs Agent
Mr. Paton said that the element —— SE aaa O L (Ica 1oO7 St. GEORGE’s, Sept. 30 DaCosta & ¢ La :
of surprise would be used to the ee aorae Sort whe re Mr. Robert de Sousa today re- wy. student Prine ay New!
full in the campaign and requests Stans ye Vi eed Bs oP tired as Managing Director of tana ;
for a “chance” would not be ee ar paperless United Messrs. Geo. F. Huggins & Co. Sch. Gardenia W. for Trir
heard no matter what the cireum- Mutua ife Insurance, (Anti- ocd “ui (Grenada) Ltd, after twenty-two me
statices. guan). Hon, Bertram Baker mem- years’ service first as head of the Seawell
“I am prepared,” he addec, ber New York State Assembly frm here when it was a branch
“for arguments that hardship may ee. “ 2 ae a (From Our Own Correspondent) ¥ he Trees poves, and fom . DEPARTURES
be caused if many of these reck- candida e or JS. Senate in Sid P July, 45. when it became a lim- o Trinidad October 2% / ad se
less drivers are driven from the forthcoming elections and Presi- DOMINICA, whose eight distilleries in 1948 produced ited liability company. a Me Boca pe oman ee Se cae NO NEE
roads, and against that I draw dent Burough of Brooklyn. Hon. 135,000 gallons of rum, only 5% of which was exported, In all, however, Mr. de Sousa stoute. H. Edwards, W. Kelley. J Doug an you to sleep soundly. ! B D TO ADD
attention to the extremely high Clarence Wilson, Judge Magis- (chiefly towhe Leeward Islands), is now very short of local has served the House of Huggins as, D. Grant, G. Hill, D. ‘Jones, J And nothing could be nicer... MILK OR SUGAR
fatal and serious accident rates on trate’s Court, Burough of Brook- +m Brands.{rom.Bi a i =a } little { . Trinid: for 40 odd years, being previously Hoed. R “pare yee tre hale Maralyn is creamy milk deliciously = |\—-—-—__—_—_—
the roads of this Colony, which lyn, (Antiguan). Attorney Ruth |: SARE RE RACE. OHS & She rom Trinidad, attached to the San Fernando and (.\)°G ‘“gpurriee, V) Bearden R. Thee flavoured, and enriched with ener-
are out of all reasonable propor- Whitehead Whaley, a New Yorker ,8Te imported to ease the shortage. Trinidad branches, . sore gising sugar, malt and yeast M AR Al YN
; an in re . The decrease in the production almost nothing juring the war As a businessman and citizen he Fer British Guiana October 4 ’ d ye Mi / TUN WILK Pt
tion. who is Secretary of the Board of 8 ‘ ; L. MacKenzie, R. Mack eA
“The answer is that, the bad Estimate N.Y.C. This lady °f rum began with the resuscita~ years. has been held here in the highest five} Mackenzic I Mackenzie N 4 BOVRIL QUALITY PRODUCT
drivers have to learn to drive though not a Leeward Islander #On in 1948-49 of the banana Lands which formerly grew esteem by persons of all walks of MacKenzie, P. MacKenzie, C) Duncan, ®
well. and carefully, taking no played a big part in the organi- industry which had dwindled to sugar cane were givea over to life ane le See knowledge Of Whlshex, Byisher a Abbensett
chances and allowing for any con- sation of Hurricane Relief for the cultivation of bananas, as the {0° and nimeg sperasians was G. Nicholls, @. Jordan, R. Goddard
; 7 soil 4 . hea Ne. an outstanding feature of his ,” q : ,
ingenc) : . J. K. ompson RS, aphy anc é ~oial hehe is pate :
t em csiialats th War dh hociel Ae yer ae . Th eens 7 Ste F d Son, peep hy n , ae commercial sense, this often be- fac Ro a wet ter, 'E tc
iis campé : ; r a a rom ritis . rely A sure _ nse benefi » Hosein Epicourt Burke, R. Bab
ac of the "rast majority of the Embassy P FOLWALA economical gown “ot bananas bythe general °° Wea, BM, St
people of Trinidad whether they ; than that of sugarcane. He played a leading art in Prem Bemerara Octoher 2, 1052
realise it or not. His Excellency wus then taken or B G The banana production sky- { » a th Joan and Lucille Bowen, Joan Hur
; ' re cen) e ounding the Grenada heatres ghey, Basil and Eile Armstrong
: : a _ ee A. Austin and » rocketed, and from an annual ex- H.td. in 1985, giving the island its Phomas and Claric Narain, George anc
ILLEGITIMACY : Mr. Hope Stephens in a luxuri- F f Net port of roughly a couple thousand Fmpire Theatre, and in recent Aas MeMurdoch, Reymond Theodor
ieee nee ° ous Cadilac (owned. by Anti- rom Overseas Press Service bunches during the w a zs Y to-date Ivy Guitva), Hilda & Corine Thompson
Mr. G. E. Mose, Chief Proba- gyuan Mr. Geor ; Under this heading New © var years, it years has run an up-to-date stock (ita Thompson, Jovoph Dinley, Vivier
at at ere : ‘ guan Mr, George Benta) to see : ding New Com- {s_ expected that this year’s and dairy farm at Baillie’s Bacolet, ‘“ernandes, Steniglew Wilkie, Mi Wo,
tion Officer, told a meeting here monwealth writes: “British export total will reach the 1,000,- Tomlinson, Lillier
last Thursday night we pe? which is run by an Antiguan Guiana’s new Constitution, bring- aon hat. att eeonomie boon porde, Beatrice Hayne
sah Trinidad’s ss are ie in iversal < suffrage : aoe ;
cent of Trinidad’s 1951 babies Father James Roberts. The 18 Universal adult suffrage and The total export for Septem- He will eontinue to hold a seal ,
a “a9 $a ; ministerial responsibility ill MAIL NOTICE
illegitimate. 4 chureh h te ‘ wi 1 : ae ¢ .
ae saking on “The Child u as a eapacity for 2,000 probably be introduced’ by the Der alone ought to be well over 28 © Director of the local house
tos'Tre Farms 3 Ce he made this 294 Father James Roberts does middle of next year. The Secretary 100,000 as the two shipments on \ ith Capt. EB. Earle Hughes and gai for gt. vincent, Grenada, ‘Teint
disclosure He made reference to t -_ work taking no salary for of State for the Colonies expressed the 5th and the 15th totalled ed ; Munre as joint Managing fad, damales, vis Trinkdad and British
the West Indian family structure : Mr yew __ this hope in an exchange of des- neatly 95,000 bunches, and a ry rere ii be closed nt the General Post
—the Trinidadian family in parti- Excelente ae tne a pathos with Sir Charles Woolley, boat is expected on the 29th to Ciliee as rider
ta) ; elt elle: D Is type oi e overnor during Augu: lord * ¢@ Parcel Mail at 10 a.m. on the 4th Octo
; -—and its main origins and ; , 5 F > ring August. lo oT : : “
ere that the self-same family housing at The Hill, luxurious When the change-over has been Dominica is second to only Mr, Barton Visits = ee em Es sh Octehee,
structure had continued _ persis- blocks. A number of people there effected, British Guiana will Jamaica in the British West 1088
tently down the years with certain Whe aiibide de toe, ee possess a bi-cameral legislature, rndies as an exporter of bananas. Grenada in Touch With Barbados

modifications» and _“eonsequently
we now find in this Colony that

the new Liberal Catholie Church

to the Leeward Islands for. Here,

of which the Lower House will
consist, of 24 elected members and

VRANGE CROPS;



St, David's, which has been ar



ST. GEORGE’S, Sept. 30.

Frederick & Nina



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\ i i . the Governor spoke an told three ex-officio members. The ————~ Arriving here last Sunday from Cable and Wireless (WT) Ltd. advise

54 per re a ao childyen = them that indeed there man ; Upper House will be a revisionary his year’s orange’ and grape+ Barbados on a week's visit was fit eite thins through their’ Barbados
1951 are ad out that these 8reat deal to bring them back to Chamber of nine members, six fruit crops are reported to be Mr. A, E. V. Barton, C.B.E., Sec- eer ae Nich ia al a 2 ee
fi eee, Se nel to the time the Leeward Islands, if only on to be nominated by the Governor, very promising, and it is expee- retary of the West Indian Com- SS Alwaki, $5 8 _ Silvestre,
iain toe there had been a signi- @ visit, climate, sea bathing and and it can exercise @ suspensory ied that if the growers make full mittee. are Scrat. "6's Lady halesn,

aye : 95 years nice people vote of one year on all Bills passed use of the new C.D.C. Packing Tomorrow afternoon he will Jylanta 88 Ballyholme Bay, 88. Pros
ficant fall over the past aToat 7 h oe by the elective chamber, other }Jant exports of these fruits will address a joint meeting of th¢ pector,’S 8 Italo Marsano, S'S Gaco
as the average for the years 192 During his recent visit to than money Bills, upon which it },it a new hight. Some of the hamber of Commerce, the Junior bus Fritzen, § 8 Alcoa Partner, $8
—1925 was 72.1 per cent. Washington, the Governor of the will have a suspensory vote of ,;owers. however “complain of (' ber and the Agriculturists on Og Bushil, 8 5B 10 Master os

, ‘hild in the Trinidad fam- peewee Islands, Sir Kenneth three months. I > hi h ec ts of | cking and it 1, ‘while on Thursday he Nordbo $5 La Rosa, $8 Argentina,
_ The ¢ uild in the ainly f at Blackburne visited the British - ot. 608 t . oe Ph ‘ki rieet the Tourists Board. 39% Urania, 8S Alcon Pesasus, $ S
ily, he 0 ee ee eo unte West Indies Labour Office and 2 The, Spnautsrtonal Commission ry ST nce te ea i+ called on His Honour the [olde Ameria, $8 Lochaarth, & 8
patterns: as atx, ha discussions -oncerni o 51 rafte » new fant Wik Renme tue & * Administrato r allace ace Tenavodua, & pUlamates Y eertu
(ii) The common law family. (ili) ae He Fastaiedll aa cement Constitution We ares he pew fruit that the Corporation estim- , ee whe due ee his yo or, * Be anager. pal an tae’. Freese BECAUSE... Wisdom toothbrushes have a correctly shaped
The grand-parent family, ae oe lent report on West Indians. His mendations are generally to be “ted it would. ; val and has visited several parts $$ Husvik, 8.8 Axio Victores, S handle, They're made to help you get into every crevice, even
the mother who staried life with Excellency was shown the pay adopted, included the interesting Another drawback to both cit- (f the island already, particularly C#â„¢pestre, 8S Mormacsea, S'S Shal the hardest to reach. More dentists favour the Wisdom shape
one relationship but had her life sheets which he said provided device of a joint session of both tus and banana cultivation and coa and nutmeg estates Penton ae rarest) tn eee "ile than that of any other toothbrush! Pure Bristle Nylon Adult
pyr yd Tomas = oats very encouraging reading and he ee at the diseretion of the export in Dominica the lack On Saturday afternoon he will Lochearn Nylon Junior and Nylon Baby
ed off, leaving r, usualy arte ci seaerest eat varkere GOVernor in the event of the of, good roads. There muct guest of honour at a luncheon -

her second baby. The grand-parent aie, ote aad = ee rejection of a Bill by the revision- ;ood land in the interior and on ¢iven by the Chamber of Com- THE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH
family andthe casual relationship pa Frc put u ate backs to it ary chamber. ne Windward coast which can- merce at the Santa Maria Hotel Rolex Watches
was where the children suffered WOU At a ually do well. He “the Secretary of State now not be fully exploited as very Which will also be attended by LOUIS L. BAYLEY MADE BY ADDIS LTD., OF HERTFORD
most, he said, and there was no Derr stead given every hope that proposes a modification in the jittle of their produce can be !!is Honour the Administrator Bolton Lane Seo
father fixation or parent-child employment of West Indian work of the joint session to clarify ,, ; ee deel Steet + - " ;
relationship. Labour to the United States ¢he procedure when a Bill 4s iaken to Roseau over the rugged | ‘

It was bad, said Mr, Mose, both would continue. amended, but not rejected, by the hill tracks or ia fishing canoe via |
for the child and the parent, as __ _ SC per Chamber. He has decided the rough At antic, ag
neither father nor mother had any also that the life of the Legislature , AMtilles Products Limited, who |
definite satisfaction in life. the period under review imports is to be four years and the name handle the Island’s bananas, are

There was no example in the totalled $164,973,023 and exports of the Executive Council should how offering shipping space to | : s s
home, no father’s authority, no $159,170,317, making the unfay- not be changed to that of the Court England for any available citrus a oints o view
one to give the lead, no paragon. ourable trade balance $5,802,706. of Policy as suggested by the fruits.

of the home was
precarious and the child began
to be frustrated. He was left
without the moral support which

The economy

he should have, and to leave him $109,000,000 and sugar a little tution by the people of British ork in ‘the fruit farms of Wis- |
without it, was to leave the door more than $19,000,000. wulsns = all ac ie Re consin, US.A., 27 returned by all bu |
‘ . irrac =j a 2 ore of ) é , ¢
open to either moral irresponsi- a Chatitadionat Fe itd onla’ boat on Wednesday the 24th. sm -car ly:
bility or to acute moral tension, ; RABIES : UThat inn population of under Some disgruntled ones reported
Then the Probation Chief said: —=———— nly. 450,000 s 60.000 of those who dissatisfaction with” the working
“These children were called upon | There is an epidemic of paraly- %°, SOR Wy ‘ ; ay : J
s : » rabi ae : > qualify as voters are expected to conditions and gave this as a
to shoulder what at their age was tic rabies in various parts of qua ag f th ‘idence reason for their return
an unfair measure of responsi- Trinidad. This was announced in be illiterate is part of the evidence reason |
‘ ? ~ ae Fe. 4 . why hastening slowly has so often But it was understood from a
bility or moral choice, and it was 4M Information Office release after =~
from those classes that “our there had been reports of cattle to be the political order of the very reliable source that the ag- |
delinqueney stems.” : dying after being bitten by the “@yY in the dependent territori¢ ricultural concerns in Wisconsir
x yampire bats (Desmodus Rufus) felt ns were too many a
" ~ Y A . re n r 25 j 2c West ndian and decidec o
TRADE DEFICIT : which transmit rabie nfections.
nn Mass innoculation o? animals Open Debate end back a few. Before very |
Trinidad had an unfavourable particularly cattle, is being car- many worker could be sent
trade balance of more than ried out in areas in which the bats PARIS. Oct. 3 home, however, the plan was!
$5,000,000 during the first eight are known to be biting. It has been learned that the stopped by a ndition in the
months of this year. This is men- Meanwhile, the Health Depart- U.S. nétified France she cannot contract which bound the em-
tioned in the Monthly Overseas men has warned the public that count upon American support in ployers. The workers who re-

Trade Report for,September issued





Domestic produce exported dur-
ing the eight months. valued
$154,015,442, the largest items
being petroleum products, nearly

butchers are buying and slaugh-





Commission.

“The present exchange of des-
patches follows a period allowed
for discussion of the draft Consti-



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Saturday, October 4, 1952

ROCKLEY BEACH

ONE would have thought that the warn-
ings which have repeatedly been given in
Barbados as to the necessity for legislation
to protect the disappearing beauty of the
island would have been followed by action.

Instead no attention has been paid to
these warnings and the abolition of beauty
continues unchecked and with increased
zeal.

This week everyone who passed Rockley
Beach was horrified to notice the felling
of large shade trees and the bulldozing of
sand.

Everyone was horrified because no one
would have expected that trees would have
been felled, or sand bulldozed on one of
the few beaches near Bridgetown which
the public can freely approach.

Persons with long memories remember
how the sea has on more than one occasion
encroached upon the beach as far as the
roots of the trees which have now been
destroyed. They hopefully concluded that
the danger from recurring tides would
alone have protected these trees from the
axe. But their hopes have been dashed to
the ground and what has happened at
Rockley Beach this week illustrates only
too clearly the necessity for government
intervention to protect what little unspoilt
beauty remains on the West Coast of Bar
bados. If a Town and Country Plannin;
Bill cannot be enacted in time to stop what
ever schemes are being planned for Rock
ley Beach, there seems a clear case for th
government acquiring this beach under thi
Compulsory Acquisition Act. For the gov
ernment to sit idly by and watch Rockley
Béach taken from the people would b
strange action indeed.

Apart from the beauty of the trees anc
the utilitarian purpose they
breakwaters in the possible event of en
croaching tides, the Beach at Rockley is th«
enly open beach between Browne's Beach
and St. Lawrence Gap which is available
at all times to the public. The beach at
Gravesend cannot be used during firins
practice and the two clubs in Bay Stree
are open only to members. ‘T’o allow an)
more building on Rockley Beach than wha‘
has already taken place would be to neglec!
the interests of the many thousands whi
can now freely approach and enjoy thé
amenities of the seaside without any majo)
expense. Rockley Beach is the peoples’
beach, one of the few beaches in Barbados
where all classes of society can be found
sharing without fear or privilege the
natural blessings of the island.

In recent years Casuarina trees and coco-
nut trees have been planted on this beach
and it was hoped that the increased shad
which these trees provided would have
added to the attractions of the beach anc
would have provided additional resistance
to tides should they continue to advanc¢
towards the road as they have advanced i!
previous years.

The destruction of trees at any time in
an island which has suffered much already
from unintelligent destruction of trees 1:
regrettable: but when trees which serve 2
useful protective purpose as well as pro-
viding welcome shade are removed from
the popular Rockley Beach public outery is
justifiable. What is the government going
to do? How long’ will the despoilers ol
beauty enjoy freedom to do as they like
irrespective of the damage caused to the
community?

served a

Water-Logged

THE heavy rains which have turned
many parts of St. Lucy into roaring tor-
rents, turned dry ponds into small lakes,
and flooded small bridges will not have
been wasted if they have shown to the
responsible government authorities the
tendency of the government owned land
at Clincketts to flooding in certain parts.

Obviously if the government intends to
turn land at Clincketts which is unusually
fertile and which is now profitably culti-
vated by small tenant farmers into a build-
ing site, the capacity of this site to absorb
or retain water is worth discovering. The
heavy rains which have occurred in St
Lucy this week are not exceptional and
may be expected every year.

A visit to Clincketts today might per-
suade those who recommended this site
for building to alter their opinion and so
preserve the taxpayers money for some
more profitable undertaking.

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The goal

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Mrs. John Lodge, wife of Connecticut's
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Taming of the Shrew.”—L.ES.

a Shakespeare
theatre at Westport, Connecticut, bigger and
better than Stratford-on-Avon’s raised nearly
£20,000 the day after Miss Beatrice Lillie

about £185,000 for a theatre
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| @ur Common Heritage —24

CHARLES CHENERY




The Complete Journalist cate” should attach itself to ne
party. It w not always easy to

Charles Lynch Chenery, the follow such a course. The forces
on of Thomas William Chenery, of democracy were beginning to
was born in Barbados in 1866. He gather strength in the island and
attended Harrison College during men in public life were being
the days of Horace Deighton who asked to declare exactly where

thought highly of him as a clas- they stood. Chenery saw that the
democratic movement was a nat-

sical scholar. He did mot win the ural and inevitable development
nes ca 2 but he was resolved that he would
ng school, he worked for short take no side in the great conflict
oe . ~_. that was beginning to arouse the
periods first with a business political consciousness of the
house in Bridgetown and then in people. A man of iron will, he
the Civil Service. But the Ser- refysed to be hurried along by the
vice at that time offered young avalanche that seemed to be
men little opportunities for pro- sweeping through thé island. He
motion and Chenery soon joined was determined, in spite of the
the staff of the West Indian and rising tide, to follow an inde-
Panama Telegraph Company, pendent course in public life,
serving for a few years with the keeping an open mind on every
company’s branches in Panama question and resolving every issue
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This policy was to cause his de-
feat on the two occasions when he
tried to get elected to the House

Chenery’s great cpportunity
came to him when his brother-
in-law, Valence Gale, started 06 4 combly. Perhaps

: Sas ae ; ‘ 3 aps one of the
the “Advocate” and SnVieS 4 most significant events of his life
to become assistant editor and wos; the bye election he fought in
\eader-writer. For thirteen years 1923 with the candidate of the
he worked with his brother-iN- Democratic League, C. A.
law aS second in command and, (Chrissy) Braithwaite, for a seat
when Gale died in 1908, he be- in the Assembly. For many people
came editor of the newspaper, it was a difficult choice to make.
holding that responsible post Chenery had been writing for
until his death in 1925. nearly thirty years and the value

of his services were widely recog-
At the age of 29 years, Chen- nised He had shown a profound
ry had thus found his vocation knowledge of the island’s pro-

and for thirty years he was to ee aS ie —

5 . “ensi , rj » any ‘as 2S 1é ) re. ove

Ramee _unaenney $0 wee ae those problems Braithwaite, on
By OCaNs #0: cers > the other hand, was regarded as

position it occupied at the timé the standard-bearer of the new

of his death. As brother-in-law Geanocracy. He had been hailed

of the founder and first cousin ;

of Thomas Chenery, the editor

of the London Times, he had a

double reason to give of his best

to raise the standard of journal-

ism in the island. From the

outset he showed a natural gift

for writing and he set out to

make himself the complete

journalist, “He wrote poetry

shyly, but well,” said a con-

temporary “He knew no short-

hand but his reports of meetings
were frequently more exact and
illuminating than thoge of the
nost conscientious reporter. He
would write up a cricket match
ts easily as he could condense
into a lucid statement the verbi-
ige of a dull afternoon in the
House of Assembly. Perhaps this
power of rapid condensation and
brilliant description was his
nost notable characteristic.”

Chenery’s gifts as an all-round
journalist were not long in
making themselves felt outside
island. After the hurricare
of i898, he sent to the Daily
Mail descriptions of the loss olf
life and damage to property sus-
tained by the island and the
publication of his articles in that
newspaper was mainly responsi-
ble for the Mansion House Fund
and for the grant from the
British Government which ena-
bled Barbados to undertake the
work of reconstruction, Four
years later he was sent by the
“Advocate” to report on the
voleanic eruption in Martinique
and his despatches gave a _ real-
istic account of the damage done
by that fearful visitation, In 1907
he accompanied Sie Daniel Mor-
ris and an agricultural committee
to Jamaica and his description of
the earthquake that completely
destroyed the city of Kingston,
during his stay in that colony,
brought a vivid picture of the
damage to the eyes of West
Indian readers,

he

Though his descriptive powers
were considerable, it was his
competence as a_ leader-writer
that was to make Chenery out-
standing among the journalists
of his day. He quickly developed
an easy, flexible style of writing
that could get to the crux of a
problem in simple terms or
develop an argument wiin the as the downright champion of the

CHARLES

force of unanswerable logic. He people’s rights and was, more- Although his newspaper owed its hat’. i hat

made himself a master of tha over, supported by the mighty financial life-blood to the few, pes ata es Ae se alee tren ay 7 & check effects,
business of public finance and his forces of the Democratic League. Chenery stood firmly for the nobody could drown themselves ir grey or fawn
articles on financial matters were In the circumstances of the time, rights of all men against the water (there’s no ban on other liquor) ce
described as “always brilliant, it Was perhaps inevitable that the ;

penetrating and lucid.” protagonist of the new democracy

should win against the editor who
Gradually Chenery made his had given many years of distin-
way to the forefront of Barba- guished service to the community.
lian journalists until his only For Braithwaite was the people’s
rival in the field was Woodbine c4ndidate, whose warmth and
Ford. “Both of these men,” Clen- !oqduacity on every public issue
nell Wickham once wrote, “, . . “a5 a distinct contrast to the wary
had nicknames, Woodbine Ford editor whose policy, in the popu-
was “Woody”: Chenery was lar view, seemed to err too much
‘Shen Shen’, They were’ exactly on the side of caution.

opposite in figure, in manner and

in their style of writing. Ford ,,;
was a short, brisk, dapper figure. qj
There was an air of assertive- “Advocate” lis ¢

ness, even combativeness about criticising thins barecetl of a om
him, He could not be ignoted in mission that had been appointed
any crowd, And he made him- to control food prices in Barba-
self feared in eVery quarter, dos. The Governor, Sir Leslie
When he was roused, and he was Probyn, considered that the publi-
often roused, he gave no quarter cation of that letter was an of-
and he feared no man, He fence against the Public Safety
deliberately chose the most vio- Act of 1914 and at his instance
lent language and the most Chenery was prosecuted and fined
scathing terms of denunciation, ©10. It was a grievous blow for
Chenery’s was a tall, slim, deli- * sensitive man who prided him-
cate figure, with a’ pronounced self on the long and disinterested
stoop. A thin, intellectual face, service He had given the ‘island.
a flashing eye, and light silky But tn. the public view: the convic-
hair} smpleted a rather dis- tion was no disgrace for it was
tingaistiod appearance, He a8 te in eae setae ee coe

Was acted in the interests of the com-
first, last and always a journal- munity.

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Chenery

tter

; was to suffer another
disappointment in another
direction. On one occasion the

The Political Arena ren oe

Chenery knew that he would be
compared with Woatbine Ford
sometimes to his own disadvan-
tage. Yet he was determined that
his style and methods should be
different from his rival’s. The
latter belonged to the older tradi-
tion of Barbadian journalists
whose views on public affairs were
largely influenced by personal
considerations. Chenery had re-
solved, like his brother-in-law,
that he would not appeal to the
passions and prejudices of men.

That Chenery would have been
an asset in active public life is
indicated by his record as Chair-
man of the Highway and Sanitary
Boards. He had a flair for execu-
tive work and was at His best when
he had to control a large num-
ber of men and to steer his course
through a maze of cross currents.

He was a careful man who waited
until he obtained all the facts of
a case before he came to a decis-
ion. He stubbornly refused to
prejudge any issue and his prac-
tice of examining every piece of
evidence with meticulous. care
gave him a well-deserved reputa-
tion for sound judgment. It is
not surprising that he succeeded
in securing the position of the
“Advocate” as the leading news-
paper in the island

He sought to be firm in argument
without being personal and .hus-
ive. He felt it was his missi>n to
lift Barbadian journalism from
the low standard to which it had
fallen, by making it temperate and
ypen to reason. That task he ap-
proached with the spirit of a
man who was proud of the
achievements of his distinguished
relative on the “Times” and who
vas determined to show that he
was worthy of such a relationship

But these characteristics, though
invaluable for-a man of affairs,
may well have caused his failure

in the political area. There were
Valence Gale, Chenery critics to say that he had been too
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to avoid vulgarity, he had de-
veloped a cautious policy which
could neither be explained by him
nor understood by his readers.
He had to face the charge that
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establish a met. service here to keep us
posted on the weather especially during
the hurricane season. So far as I know
we're still waiting, although the world

: egitusiasm: It was met. boys at their last meeting com- and
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Jating wariness was not suited a 24-hour service at Seawell. The way
for a politician and that he was from

at his best when, like Agag, he
walked delicately.

But these are the comments of
opponents in the heat of political
battle. Much of the misunder-
standing Chenery had to face was
due to the fact that he was not
of a warm and enthusiastic nature.
He kept himself aloof from the
hurly burly of the political world
and lived a lonely life, admitting
few persons to an intimate friend-
ship. Yet time and a consistent
record were to convince the com-
munity of the merit of his servi-
ces and the loftiness of his ideals.
He persevered in the course he
had set himself, confident that in
the end the public would approve
his aims and his methods. His
policy was similar to that adopted
by his celebrated cousin when
England was divided between the
conflicting doctrines of Glad-
stone and Disraeli. It was to
steer the “Advocate” through a
middle course, as Thomas Chenery
had steered the “Times,” with a

the money goes these days I don’t ex
pect the met. boys are going to see any,
but surely what Tittle met. news comes
our way could be given to the news-
papers for publication. People are more
interested in weather forecasts than hur-
ricane hints. The other day when rum-
ours of an approaching storm were
spread in the usual panicking fashion
people at the seaside rushed back home
Next morning there was not a word
about all this in the newspapers, al-
though warnings had been given over
the wire service the night before. Never
mind Rawson tried and failed in 1872
And nobody as you will have noted last
week is considered crazy.

P.S. One of the things I don’t do is
help myself to sweets while I wait in
the Broad Street Stores. Do you?

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Tuesday—Unreliable rumour (the place From :—
thrives on it especially where you'd
least expect) tells me that much head AMERICA
scratching is going on among the groups FRANCE
to find a name for the inhabitants of the E NGLAND

British Caribbean Dominion when it is
formed. British Caribs has been sug
gested in a light-hearted way by the |
leading newspaper but there must be

lots of brighter ideas lying dormant
Carabinieri ought t6 be'rejected as imi-
tation, however suited it may be t:
newly enfranchised nationals. Caraboon=
sounds lovely but too peaceful for such
warlike spirits. British Caribs sourd
like a patent medicine.



Straw, Nylon,
Cotton...
Light as

gossamer. . .

OO

New styles...
Priced from
$3.29 to $12.00

Carlollys would be fun but the na
tional sense of humour is even more
lacking, than their Kultur.

Creoles would be short and to the
point but non-etymological. Similar,
Antillians would be ruled out becaus¢
of possible confusion with French An-
tillians and Dutch Antillians, But Ant:!-
britons or Britonantils seems just what
we are looking for. In that case I plug
for Antilbrittania as the name of the
new Dominion.

Of course if I, became the first Prime};
Minister I would at once change the
name to Atlantis Nova and become the
first Atalantan. Shucks.

Wednesday—









They’li buoy

They tell me that nexi oor up in the
Monday is Hot Weather Holiday. hottest weather;
¢ cheer you through

Coming up soon is Peacemakers Holi
day. In August we had a Bank Holiday
Somehow July got left out. Why no:
Beachcombers holiday in July? In Jun:
of course we're all right and in Mav
Then there’s April, sometimes Februa™)
and of course January. Naturally with
all these holidays people jive and jump
up, They tell me that in Queen’s Park
they go on dancing until three in tho
a.m. Poor Constitution dwellers. May be

a stifling day —

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marked bias towards Liberalism. warp hairlines

rights of any one section. And
while he was no partisan of the
Democratic League, he used all
the resources of his powerful
advocacy to further every project
that was for the good of the com-
munity as a whole.

The truth. is that Chenery’s
caution did not blunt his sense
of justice. Once he was con-
vinced of the rightness of a cause
he would appoint himself its un-
compromising champion. Time
and again he called for an im-
provement in the Civil Service,
and his unhappy experience in his
younger days gave added power
to his advocacy. It was largely
due to his strong support in the
Press that Charles Pitcher Clarke
was able to get the Income Tax
Act on the statute book of the
island. He fought for improved
facilities for education, for bette:
roads and sanitary conveniences,

I’m wondering whether the P.A. Field
couldn’t be used for the-all and leave the Park clean, bright and fu.)
of beauty for the persecuted citizen
like myself who dare to think for them-
selves when the Empire-builders know
all the answers. (Quite crazy.)



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Thursday—I am surprised that no one hes
suggested a revival of the whale indus-
try to help us with the family meal.
There were no whales caught in 1913 1
read the other day in one of my quie‘
periods but as the book was published
that year I have nothing further «to re
port. But there was a whale industry
and on one of the Grenadine islands
there stood a whale refinery. Two use:
were made of the whale. They ate th¢
flesh and drank the oil. Nowadays th
only reference to the industry I can hea
is when bright young things tell yeu
they have had a whale of a good time.













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He gave his powerful support to
such Liberal measures as old age
pensions, compulsory education
and the abolition of child labour.
Gradually the public came to ap-
preciate the sterling sincerity of
the man and his burning desire
to leave Barbados a better and
oe place than he had found
t.

Friday—You’ve got to hand it to the girl
and boys and even little children wh; ;
parade up and down’the streets advé:
tising religious wares. Far more con

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native land was that he gave i: structive I think than the notice on, thy Pilchards Veg. Salad

an organ of independent opinion Cathedral door warning Anglicans no vane Cloves

at a turning point in its political t : mater Nutmegs

and social history, He established o marry Roman Catholics. oo White Pepper

the “Advocate” as the guardian of ‘

the public welfare. He made it « Saturday—Calypso died of grief becaus: | Anchovies eae HOLIDAY: MONDAY
dispassionate judge of men and Odysseus did her wrong. That is why Salt Fish ;
events. He informed and direct- Cal : Calls for

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as to steer the island safely be-
tween the Scylla of reaction and
the Charybdis of revolution. That

songs. of broken-hearted people wh.
hummed snatches of English hymn tune: |

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was the great enthusiasm to which to themselves around the camp-fires Anchor Butter The Flavour is always right
he had devoted thirty years of Cheese —Serve Gold Braid Rum
his life. His clear vision, his s = ‘ Lobster Paste (3-year-old)
keen intellect and his sound not have civic rights. Meat Paste



judgment made him successful in Somebody please clip this out and Fresh Sausages

the great undertaking of his. life : i Minced Steak —
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back to Barbadian journalism of further education. ee

and to make the “Advocate” one
of the well-established traditions
of the island,

Ask Captain Raison if you don’t be-
lieve me.

P.S. Calypso lived
‘sland like Pelican.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1

for people engaged in sed

development was impossible

Dr, Harlow whose duties are to
travel around the Colonial terri-
tories to give advice on develop-
ment in technical education, ar-
rived here on Wednesday night
from England via Jamaica and
Trinidad, He is a guest at the
Marine Hotel.

He said that he had _ visited
practically all the British Colonial
territories, but this was his first
trip to the Caribbean area.

Dr. Harlow pointed out that the
territories which did not modern-
ise their edueational system and
use technical ‘phenomena as a
modern medium of cultural edu-
cation for this age which was con-
ditioned by ethnological ad-
vancement, must inevitably be
left behind.

“There seems to be a mistaken
idea in many territories that crafts-
men occupy lower positions in the
social scale. This is due to the
fact that hitherto, there have been
few opportunities as in more ad-
vanced countries for craftsmen to
rise to remunerative positions of
resnonsibility.”

The remedy for
was to provide technical educa-
tion and to attract to craft and
technical work, young people with
better education,

“I do not know what the posi-
tion is in the Caribbean” Dr. Har-
low said, “but I have found in
many territories, a complete lack
of what may be termed, the non-
commisstoned officers of industry,
positions to which craftsmen
riven facilities for technical educa-
tion can aspire to.”

Without educated craftsmen oc-
cupying positions of responsibility,

this he said

the training of apprentices within
industry was impossible. Until
such were available nrovision

must be made in-technical institu-
tions for basic training in in-
dustrial crafts.

Good Investment

“There can be no question that
money spent on sound technical
education is a good investment for
future economic and social devel.
opment” he said and added that it

hed been realised particularly in
East and West Africa where ex-
tensive plans for technical educa-
tion at all levels preceded by
practical forms of education in the

schools had been made,

It is to be hoped that similar
advancement may be made in the
Caribbean,

Dr. Harlow who has _ been
seconded by the Colonial Office
to the South Pacific, Commission
to advise them on development in
technical education for the South
Pacific islands will be returning
there at the end of his Caribbean
tour to complete his work for the
South Pacific Commission.

Dr. F. J. Harlow was entertain-
ed to luncheon by His Excellency
the Governor und Lady Savage
at Government House on Thurs-
dav. . )

Dr. Harlow had an_ interview
with Sir George Seel, Comovtroller
for Development and Welfare the
me day and also had talks with
Major G. Reed, Director of
educatic and his staff.

. Yesterday morning he met Mr.



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Jim Kellman, Acting Colonial
Fngineer and in the afternoon had
discussions with the Hon'ble the

Colonial Secretary.



District “E” Had
Heaviest Showers

During the week there have
been heavy showers during the
night in the country districts but
the heaviest shower fell on
Thursday night when District “E”
St. Peter had over two inches of
rain. Some residents got up
yesterday morning and found
their yards flooded but no reports
of damages were received by the
Sub Station.



District “C” St. Philip also had
heavy showers and one inch and
eight parts of rain fell there.
Figures for other districts were
Central Station 17 parts, District
“B” Boarded Hall 25 parts, Dis-
trict “D” five parts, District “F”

18 parts, Holetown 12 parts, Four




Roads, St. John 170 parts, Crab
Hill, St. Lucy one inch and 53
parts and Belleplaine. St. Andrew

three parts.

On Wednesday night two inches
and 80 parts of rain were recorded
at St. James while District “E”
and Crab’ Hill, St. Lucy thad one
inch and 33 parts and one inch
and 27 parts respectively,

Up to 6 p.m. yesterday there
were no heavy showers in any
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"Nestor Calls
With General
Cargo

The Dutch steamer “Nestor”
steamed into port at daybreak
yesterday. The steamer, which
arrived from Amsterdam, brought
general cargo and a number of
tourists to the island.

_The ship is equipped with four
air-conditioning machines which
preserve the cargo which is being
conveyed. These machines are
located on the aft deck but the
air-conditioning system runs
throughout the hold of the ship.

Mr. A. Van Wezel, the Chief
Engineer of the vessel, told the
Advocate reporter yesterday that
formerly, potatoes had to be ship-
ped in crates to avoid the possibil<
ity of spoiling, but the new sys-
tem allows for the shipment of
potatoes and other goods in bags
The “Nestor” brought a total of
3,470 -bags and 1,644 crates of
potatoes together with 20 cartons
of cauliflowers which are the chiei
goods on trial.

“On our homeward voyage”
Mr. Van Wezel said “we will load
a quantity of fruit at Maracaibo
which, will be placed in the air-
conditioning hold’,



IN the Assistant Court of Appeal
yesterday Their Honours Mr. H.
A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell confirmed the decision
of His Worship Mr. C. L. Wal-
wyn, Police Magistrate of District
‘A” who fined Matthew Lovell, a
labourer of Rockley, Christ Church
25/- to be paid in 14 days or 14
days’ imprisonment for inflicting
bodily Harm ‘on Etha Licorish.

The. offence was committed on
January 21,1952. Lovell appealed
against Mr.. Walwyn’'s decision
and was yesterday ordered to pay
the costs of appeal which amount-
ed to 9/8.

Etha Licorish told the court
that on January 21 about 7.30
a.m. she was in her ground at
Rockley picking some fruits when
the defendant came across to her
and began to argue. In the argu-
ment the defendant hit her on the
shoulder With a stick and she had
to go to the Hospital where she
was attended by Dr. Vaughan,

Isalene Griffith also said that
the defendant hit Licorish with a
stick

Maithew Lovell said that on
January 21 he saw Licorish and
her children picking fruits in his
and. He spoke to them and one
of the children took up an iron
stake and hit him with it.

Before confirming the decision,
Their Honours told Lovell that on
the evidence before them they
could not do anything else than
to confirm the decision of the
Police Magistrate,

DEATH BY MiSADVENTURE

Besides the large quantity of
potatoes, the ,“Nestor” ‘hrought
1295 crates of onions, 200 car-
tons of Perlstein beer, 200 car-
tons of light lager beer, 27 cases
of meat preserves, 60 bags of
superphosphate, 10 cases of tinned
eream, 10 cartons of ham, 7 cases
of cheese, 20 bags of barley and
35 bags of rolled oats,Other cargo
consisted of pocket knives, lamp
chimneys, printing paper ana
cycle locks. Captain P. Reitsema
is in command of the vessel which
is consigned to S.,P. Musson, Son
& Co., Ltd.

SCHOONER LEAVES

The schooner Gardenia W. left
port yesterday for Trinidad under
Captain C, Wallace. Its cargo
consisted of 1313 containers and
100 barrels of rum together with
187 empty cylinders. The 48 ton
vessel has a crew of nine and is
earrying two passengers to Trini-
dad. The vessel is consigned to
the Schooner Owners’ Association.

MOLASSES FOR
NEWFOUNDLAND

“DEATH by misadventure was
the verdict returned by a_ nine-







The motor vessel Student Prince
left for Newfoundland on Thurs-

; r man jury when the inquiry touch-
day night, While here, the ing the death of 33-year-old Lloyd
Student Prince loaded 149 pun- Mayers of Horse Hill, St. Joseph

cheons, 323 barrels and 5,480 car-
tons of molasses. The vessel is
consigned to W. S. Monroe & Co.,
Ltd.. and is under the command
of Captain H. Thomasen.

ended yesterday before His Wor-
ship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting
Police Coroner of District “A”.
Mayers who was taken to the
General Hospital on September
28 suffering from an injured spine
died there on October 1. Dr. A. S.
Cato who performed the post
mortem examination at the Gen-
eral Hospital Mortuary said that
the neck of the deceased was
broken and the spine injured
In his opinion death was due
to a broken neck and an injured

ON DRY DOCK

The Lord Combermere went on
dry dock yesterday morning after
the schooner Emeline had come
off dock. The Emeline went on
dry dock on the completion of
repairs to the motor vessel
Ricardo Arias, The Emeline came

ine, he injuri > :
off dock yesterday afternoon after ee have bead bya tail
repairs to her had been com- One witness told the court yes-
pleted. The Lord Combermere terday that while

the deceased
was carrying two bags of flour on
his head on Horse Hill on Septem-
ber 28, he slipped on the road
and both bags fell to the ground.
The :deceased said that he had
broken his back and asked to. be
taken to the General Hospital.
+ + *

A NINE-MAN JURY returned
a verdict of death by misadven-
ture to Acting Coroner G. B
Griffith when the inquiry into the
circumstances surrounding the
death of Lyle Warner (19) of
Montrose, Christ Church was con-
cluded at the District “A” Police
Court yesterday afternoon.

Lyle Warner was detained at
the General Hospital on Septem-
ber 27 about 10.45 p.m. after he
was involved in an accident on
Gall Hill, Christ Church about
10.30 p.m. the same day while
riding a motor cycle. He died the
same night.

Dr. A. S. Cato who perform«
the post mortem examination on
September 28 at the General Hos-
pital Mortuary attributed death to

went on dock to undergo general
all round repairs and repainting.



Committee To’
Preserve Beaches

His Excellency the Governor has
appointed a committee under the
Chairmanship of The Member of
the Executive Committee in charge
of Public Works with the follow-
ing terms of reference:—

“To make recommendations from
time to time to Government—
(a) for preserving existing
rights of way to beaches and
for acquiring additional
rights of way;
for the purchase of land
especially along the seashore
to be used as places of re-
creation by the public;
(c) for the preservation of
natural beauty spots whether
by purchase or otherwise.”

(b)

2. The other members of the @ fractured skull and cerebral
Committee are;— haemorrhage

Yesterday two witnesses told

T. E. Went, Esquire, M.B.E., the Court that the deceased col-

The Hon. Dr. A. S. Cato, M.L.C., lided with a wall on Gall Hill

Neville Connell, Esquire, M.A. while riding his motor cycle on

A. C. Boyce, Esquire. September 27.

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Appeal Judges Confirm
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DECREES NISI

In the Court of Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes, His Lordship
the Chief Justice Sir Allan Colly-
more yesterday granted decret
nisi in the suit of D, M. Thomas,
petitioner against F. C, Thomas
respondent.

Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., instruct-
ed by Messrs. Cottle, Catford &
Co appeared for the petitioner.

Decree nisi was also granted
in the suit S. M. Murphy, petitipner
against K. A. Murphy, respondent.

Mr. J. S. B. Dear instructed by
Messrs. Yearwood & Boye e,
Solicitors, appeared for the ‘ti-

tioner.
PETITIONS GRANTED

IN the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, His Lordship Mr, J. W. B.

Chenery granted the petition of
Priscilla Jane Griffith of Bush
Hall, St. Michael, for the letters

of administration to the estate of
her husband Charles Griffith de-
ceased.

Mr. G. W. Farmer instructed

by Carrington & Sealy, Solicitor
appeared on behalf of the peti-
tioner.

* 4

Petition of Inez Keturah Goslin
of Holligan Road, Bank Hall,
spinster, granted for letters of
administration to the estate of her

father William Goslin deceased.
Mr. E. W. Barrow instructed by
Messrs. Haynes & Griffith, Solici-

tors, appeared for Wheypetitiones,
7 * "

The petition of Eileen Ismay
Leslie of Lower Collymore Rock,
St. Michael, was granted for
letters of administration to the
estate of her husband Alvin El-
rington Leslie deceased

Mr. F. G. Smith instructed by
Messrs Haynes & Griffith, Solici-
tors, appeared for the petitioner,

His Lordship Mr. J. W B
Che..ery granted the petition of
Carmen Christine Estwick of Day-
rells Road, Christ Church, for let-
ters of administration to the estate
of her husband Lambert Estwick
deceased.

Mr. G. W. Farmer ructed
by Messrs Hutchinson & Banfield
appeared on behalf of the peti-

tioner

Petition of Wilbert Stanley
Blackman of Springhead St.
James, granted for letters of
administration to the estate of his
father William Orlando Blackman
late of Springhead, St. James,
deceased Mr. J. S .B. Dear in-
structed by Hutchinson & Banfield
appeared for. the petitions

Letters of administration were
granted in the petition of Alber-
tha Parris of Ebeneze Village,
St. Philip, to the estate of her
vusband = Granville Theophilus
Parris deceased

Mr. C. S. Husbands instructed

by Yearwood &

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millers blended their flour fro
he grades of wheat availabt
depending on what they thought

best suited to the needs and parti-

cular purposes of the variou
markets.
Fewer Dollars

For that reason, they felt
the island would spend = f2ws
dollars if merchan‘s wer given
the choice of purchasing the type
of flour they cofmsidered most
suitable. :

They agreed that it was logical
to standardise on one grade ¢
flour during the war because ol
transport difficulties and oth

problems, and added that while
was thought that there should
still be control on dollar expendi-
ture—and it was fairly clear
anybody in the Sterling Block had
to be concerned about dollai
penditure—there was no reas(
why they could not revert to bi
ing different grades diff
prices, still maintaining control
the dollar expenditure by w
limiting the total quantity
ported.

They felt that such a step
be to the advantage of Barbados
because when one went back
the basic principles of free trade
Barbadian traders were shrewd
and had earned a reputation for
knowing their markets

They said that the concession

that

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at

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Wor

i
to

appeared behalf of

tioner.

on the peti-

4

Petition of Mr. Cyril Bruce

Brooks, Solicitor, of James Street, the Biscuit Factory to bring in
Bridgetown, the constituted at- Special type of flour was only on
torney of Violet Bryant of New of the steps which they wert
York City, United States. was advocating, and added that ju
granted for letters of administra- 9S it was logical to allow them
tion to the estate of James purchase a special flour for
Andrews deceased, special commodity, it was also
Miss M. A. Reece instructed by logical for bakers to buy a speciil

Messrs Yearwood & Boyce, Solici- flour, and shop-keepers a type sui

tors, appeared for the petitioner, ed to tHeir respective nee
* * * always taking the cost ino
His Lordship Mr. J, W. B, account.
Chenery granted the petition of . :
Mr, Cyril Bruce Brooks, Solicitor Less Expensive
the constituted attorney of Gilbert ove 5
E. Morgan ‘of New York City, The delegation felt that if

shop-keeper could find a less e

U.S.A. for letters of administration ‘
pensive flour that would serve t'




to the estate of Caroline Wil- ;
helmina Goodman Morgan, de- People of Barbados, they shou
coused. be given the privilege of buying
Miss M. A. Reece instructed by This would mean spending fe
Messrs. Yearwood & Boyce, dollars.
Solicitors, appeared for the peti- Barbados, they said, was gettir
tioner all the flour necessary for
4 . i 3 needs, and they felt that if the
WILL RE-SEALED kept the same dollar limitation
His Lordship The Chief Justic: 2nd allowed the merchant

purchase their particular grace

Sir Allan Collymore in the Court



of Ordinary yesterday | re-sealed they would be much happier
the will of “George Alexandr They recalled how during
Ritchie of Glasgow, Scotland, war, Canada gave gifts of flour |
proved in the Sheriff Court. of Barbados, and said they did
Lanarkshire and registered in the think that the people here full
t1ooks of the Lords of Council and realised the value of such contri
Session, Edinburgh, Scotland. butions. It was a matter of very
The application was made by vital importance to the people of
Messrs. Cottle, Catford & Co. the ae West Indies that they
A a Supplied flour when condition
BACK TO APPEAL COURT: were very difficult, producing

“utility” grade, a sort of compri

mise between the better

and the less expensive types
The International Wheat Agrec

In the Court of Chancery yes-
terday His Lordship the Chief
Justice Sir Allan Coliymore sent
back to the Court of Original Ju-
risdiction of the Assistant Court
yof Appeal the case im which ap-
pellant Rowland Clayton Taylor
filed e claim in the Court of Orig-
inal Jurisdiction on September 27,
1949, for two roods, and 21 perches
of land, part of a portion of one
acre, two roods and two perches
of land in the parish of St. Philip.

His claim was that the two
roods and 21 perches of land
formed part of the property called
“Harrism'th” and was purchased
by him from the Registrar-in-
Chancery on October 18, 1946

Cn the hearing of the claim in

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In sending the case back, his
Lordship the Chief Justice said
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judge that the Conrt of Original
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Technical Education Essential For Progress

Good Prospects For”
Craftsmen Needed

DR. F. J. HARLOW, M.B.E., Ph.D., B.Se., Education-
al Adviser for Technical Education to the Secretary of
State for the Colonies, told the Advocate yesterday that all
the territories he had visited so far were “waking up to
the fact that without technical education and better trade
training, giving prospects to craftsmen not inferior to those



PAGE FIVE

CANADIAN FLOUR MILLERS HERE

ment had been of considerable but compared with Barbados,
assistance as it was virtually a there was at least much more free-
form of subsidisation. They were dom, and the buying there had to
of opinion that under the present a large extent been restored to
ystem of buying at more or less commercial channels.
xed periods was an error as it They explained further that each
i not take into account market of the islands had a different form
trends. Whereas when there were ef importing. Bermuda and the
everal buyers there was greater Bahamas, they said have lifted
possibility of taking advantage of controls to the extent which they
favcurable markets, and buying to are now advocating in Barbados.
the best possible advantage. It was shortly after the war that
They explained that each pro- Bermuda and the Bahamas follow-
juct required its particular type ed the procedure which they were
f flour, and under the scheme suggesting.
which they were advocating, one he delegation will fly ever to

obtained requirements to suit the

fTerent types.



quently visit Jamaica.

Some Logic

the Marine Hotel and part at

On Crane Hotel.

being informed that there
the possibility of manufac-

turing macaroni here, one member





of the delegation said there is RATES OF EXCHANGE
vi
me zi aking ch a
ome logic in making such OTOBER 3, 1952
mmodity, because the capital setting NEW YORK Buying
investment which would be in- 210% Pr. Cheques on
volved would be very modest, Bankers “71 5/10% Pr.
Sig
ind in addition, it would provide Demand Dratte¥b-8/10% Pr.
employment, because the making 13 2/10 rt. Cable °
of such a product involved much *) 7/10 © Pr: Currency Bs Ras *
Up
hand labour, Pr Silver 20% Pr r
Referring to Jamaica, the dele CANADA
sation pointed out that there had ® 4/10" Pr. Cheques on
Cadi . lificat that Bankers 78 5/10% Pr.
veen some modification in 1 Demand Drafts 78.35% Pr.
island. Jamaica had made an Sight Drafts 78 2/10 Pr
fort, and he calle > te -g 80 3/10 Pr. Cable wie
Ce ae ten culled for tenders 53 Wier Pr. Currency ENR
or vo different grades was Coupons 76 3/10% Pr.
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onl BARBADOS ADVOCAIE eee SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1952
CT (PVRLIC NOTICES! 5 : ilding Ad
ASSIFIED ADS.{ 70S Soe Pemer Sever): 4000 Week Building Adviser |
| | Mt Retur
P eturiis
coke Jin REAL ESTATE suniace Altomie Test
. “INDIAN CASTLE ESTATE NEVIS @ ‘rom page 1 @ From Page 1
FOR SALE 500 acres (32 in coconuts). Wit IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ; seem :
THANKS without animal flocks ‘cattle, sheer ACT, 1910 hrough unnet oo first oes ture of plywood, This is made by| The M/V. “MONEKA” will
> saheeeenie — goats, pigs, horses, mules and donke _ CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD ‘sion apparently ad “triggered” peeling logs of Baboen wood—a cept Cargo and Passengers for
"Sooo Ene, tion fo aeeteg mans se 8205 4.19.82—2n. | | NOTH eee er ae ee a tre'the second. No aircraft was seen timber known in British Guiana Dominica, Antigua a
s me eaitaastinaestante ' er OOks oO ne Company will be . as-
te ait th friends whe sent AUTOMOTIVE “Dwellinghouse called “ALPHA” ana | closed from the ard day of Octaber i9g2,;0Verhead and no sign of any as Dalli. The manufactured ply- Sena cake al Kitts, an Sail-
wrest, ethers an eympathised watt anor attached tuate at the corner| to the 24th day of October 1952. both! guided missile in the sky. wood is an excellent product; it ing Friday 3rd October, 1952
8 our » reavement caused b . agen se a WELLINGTON and BECKWIT! lays inclusive servers’ sari acec > ; pate: a “he . he
ee gen Ford P refect, 1951, Owner driven ii He ae ne Die RCWITH | One gator ad ths ‘ease ut heen | Observers’ bearings placed the is treated with chemicals to re-| - “CABIBBEE” will
Lincoln and Ruth (parents), Thoma miles as new. Offers Joes 18, square feet of land C. K. CORBIN centre of the explotion as prob- sist termites. The MyV. nd Passengers for
‘vrother) Anthony (son) 4.10,52—1n s aes The house contains drawing and dinin Secretar ably being on tiny Flag Island . ON antigen, Montserrat,
CAR—Woleelay 18 h.p. car. Oders it zopme, pantry and kitche on grou 4.10. 52—3r ight in the middie of the corat yareen o—— ye 3 —_ sc naa St. Kitts, and Passen-
writing to be submitted up to Wednes, |200r and 2 bedrooms (1 with running grou The only warship that far less developed n either gers only for St. Lucia, n
IN MEMORIAM day 18th October. Fort Royal Garage Ltd. | USter) and usual conveniences, upstairs NOT could be ven from land was a British or Dutch Guiana, said Mr. Saturday 1th October, 1952
ALLEFNE—In loving memory, of our 4.10 -2—4n. » installed ae ae PARISH OF ig arge one that appeared to be Wo0dhouse. There were abun- B.WA. SCHOONER OWNERS’
dear son and brother Cecil, who passed | CHRYSLER ROYAL 1999 MODEL CAR.|,,/sPection on application to Mrs.| AppLICATIONS for one vacant Frizers|:he Australian’ aircraft. carrier 24Mt forests, but so far, little ASSOCIATION (INC.)
to the Great Beyond on October 4, 1948. food tyrés and a bargain at $700.00 | Miller on the premises. or Mrs 1. B.| annuity, will be received by the un-| 2 ad assessment of their timber had P a
Rest eternal grant him after weary [Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. ng Cosmopolitan Guest House. | Gersigned not later than Saturday, tho | 2¥ ney ae — sailing thirty- been made. Access to the interior Constence, Tele Na
a | . 4 five 2g ¢ onic ‘
eGR ake via: thi. “vaitaricad (BE Nts 3,1.08—€n. | “The above property will be set up_tor| ‘Mh day of October, 196d |five| miles southeast of Monic wag solely by river and the con- Sena
“heavenly light. CAR—One (i) Austin ATO, pertect | %#!¢ P¥ public competition at our ofiice.| parehioners and’ in “straitened sieoum. | Bello heading into the wind sO truction of forest tracks was an
Fhe Alleyne ‘family 4.10.5%-1n Jcondition, Owner driven, for further age hase gt Bridgetown, on Thursday | stances 3 ‘that. an aircraft landing and oxpensive item. : fe Fe sanmienieeeaenliatemcelanetain
Gieaa Tas Decent . a niormation dial 2838 4.10 52~-3n vinawoon . Ea A. Tv. KING | take oft Wane notriite. ue a SOEs See Ss
t ord. © Departed whon 7 — -—————- — > Clerk, St. Joseph's Vestry Australian fence M st Mr W { » visited severa)
we alwagss remember entered into the CAR—One (1) Chrysler Wi ci 1 10 5 410.5240 | os stralia Oe inishs r on house visited s era
peace of life eternal one year ago. Hs | Pluld Drive Automatic Gears fi ea ee | cae aerate —™' | Phillip MeBride said “the test had of the forests in the interior and} |W? :
lives on earth jn the acts of xoodnes ‘04 dition, Types pupetieally new. APPIY L csnding on rente - ee west eA s jtaken place in the presence of also saw drilling for bauxite and| |
San he, nue Gia ee ete | BUSH HILL and GARRISON ROAD NOTICE jive Royal Navy ships and eleven gold. } =
May the beauty of his life abide A ae op - St. ontehae! inesbestion. on app:deatior HE panmanas TO0r MOVEMENT | Royal Australian Navy ships.” D h Trinidad, h |
amor in | benediction FARGO ae to the Public Trustee, Public Butidings A gE i i c urin is visit to nidai e} |
mee tan tvine Puller tend peace | (ruck. Mechelen sound ind eonaiiae Bridaetawa When you lool ond eeethe police ana|Me@Bride said the total number had discussions with Mr. De Vri- OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
% all who mourn. nerally good. ngine Tecently over- The house and its appurtenances will | ‘heir chief are now getting interested in |f officers and men aboard was G 1 f th
And comfort all the bereaved amon: | \auled. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616 be set up for sale by public comprtitior | Boys; that alone will show you what| between 4,500 and 5,000. McBride endt, Seeretary-cenemis © x4 Due
oe 310 f2-3n ot Our Office, James Street. Bridgetown. | ood’ work the Barbados Youth Move-idiq not disclose h 1 Caribbean Commussion, and also | Vessel From Leaves
fhe Holder Famt!s . on Thursday, %th October 1952, at | rent has done for its sixteenth year | se how close the with various Ministers and Gov-| Barbados
. 4.10 so 1.30 pom | ocial werk in Barbados among the | "hips were to the blast site. f pes a je Liverpool 12th Sept. 26th Sept.
—_—— ELECT | YFARWOOD & BOYCE | ouths; we lead while others follow j —UP. ernment officers connected with|S.S. “COLONTAL rs iverpi : “
MATTEAND in affectionate memory RICAL | 1.16.52—tn wkd, Bev, b BRUCE-CLARKE, housing, planning and building \s 3.S. “PHTLOSOPHER” . M/taage $0 ais teak, 10 Ont
thother Geraldine Maitlanc | "SEShiGmRAPOR Presiecia ale ord iwesitent ‘ounde 7 § .
o RFR. — Pe 4 n
“ade we tte bale Tock sta Retvlonneter. Wine teeta ole BS AUCTION |. esinipeietaieiie=s s eee |3.& “HISBQRIAN ++ Glasemerpoul. | 26th Sept. 10th Oct.
° av st can te 4 > aed | | iverpooal.
of parti t farewei! | ‘ee! Working order. Over four years ;
sans emi 4 0.82—in delivery” Badne aan. aio tees” | UNDER THE DIAMOND FORM 4 LAROWS PAY | 8.3. “BURMOUNT’ .. London, 4th Oct, 17th Oct.
“ ee HAMMER rk for the <=
_- ecnln- Aiteceidetahinkatiivleieah ince. S | Work for the Labour day celc-| CE,
TWO (2) 12 gallon Electric Hot Water! By instructions received from the | The Land Acquisition Act, "Nervous, Rheuma bration on Monda at een’s
FOR eer Geysers, brand new, selling at bargain executors of the estate of Mrs Elizabeth | Park is near co! Pease. HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
rices. Apply: Stanley Kinch, Phon~|Cozier { will sell at her house “Speed. | \ et. anTy Yesterday eS eae hard at Closes
; setinaetnstintinerepaltaeienmnill “861 1.10. 584, Pwell’, Lakes Folly, on Wednesday next | 1949 ! Golds oft put ? i
’ Bith October at 12.30 o'clock her houses Pp ‘ & iS and Hide, work on the stalls while others Veasel Fer ta
thold furniture which inchudes:-Couch etice required by Section 5 were busy cleaning the surround-
HOUSES LIVESTOCK jane bed, hard bottem chairs, bentwood ae menuMnion, tor euane Burne | ts, Burn ee ee ee ings : B S.S. “CROFTER” os .. Liverpool ad San.
rockers, carpet, 4 upholstered hairs, whe following parce! o! nd cone | 3 * ® =” . ‘
APARTMENT.Upsaire al “Cardifr™ 7th PUP === — | centage tables, collection ae oiptoren taining 4,906 sovwere icet, more or ios | y eyelids ana | S.S. “MERCHANT” .. .. Landon, 3
Aventic, Belleviie to an abpenesd tenant | , PUPPIES — Half-bred Terrier Puppies. |) rder, lock, mahog. bureau, treadie | vate at Speyrtstown in the parish eae. Sut me Help you SSS
re apply. Mis Pi Burton Te shies |e? ene, “ameens: 2 cameras. Ghiibed ta the ‘Sehohue “nase tod ibe very are sa a sith oye. The Officers and Members For further Information, apply to .
; jc a le, Wwashstands, mirror, | ‘ @ Scheduie hereto and lone 8
4.10.52—-2n. | — vex paeaseiataiae 1 nore particularly shown and delineated Four ona? S sit e 4
FY Bitch Pry 1y Pure bred Bull — Mastiff tot tense er nen nee na plan of survey signed by Mr. C. K quickly seat xaens you feet ti ee DA COSTA & co. LTD. -- Agents
pS pBBVERLEY”. Blue Waters onth ippy. Phone 0174 2.10.83—4n D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Nichols, Sworn Surveyor, and dated i1| Bem Under the money-back guarantes a S SOCIAL ipiensiiioche
om ober Bo mon th une 1952, and filed in the office: cost UB
Phone 2204 ae. of the Colonial Engineer having been nothing. Get Cystex from vour ehem- i i J
SA ATION HOUSHTOST N Houses M * | te ecided on by ‘the Governor with the e The < war. invite 2 Se Saeit
“SABRS Pi PLANT TIO) t ECHANICAL | opproval of both Houses of the Legisia- | r e
Taicy, ideally “situated. Apply: A. G | ______ SETA, Under the Diamond Hammer |“ of the island of Barbados by ‘reso-| ar Xia. Rrevmatiom, Bladder tects your | DANCE
Husbands, Mt, Standfast, St. James or] AIR COMPRESSORS fo: tion £ ution of the Houses of the Legislature, | °
WE Husbands, Crab Hill, St. Lucy. | .ower-take-off of Tractor, Easily attached | ,1 have been instructed by B'dos Agen-| ii is hereby deoia-ed in pursuance vi i, i A A, A, A, A, MP Under the Patronage of the
17.9,52—t.£.n. | ond inflates tyres in quick-time Courtesy | (ie% Ltd. to sell by public auction at the | ‘ection § of the Land Acquisition Act, & CHRISTIAN SCIEN ? Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C.
BARROWS BUNGALOW al Worth Garage. Dial 4616 2.10.62—6n, | P'dos Taxi con ee ay vires Se pucsy 49, that the said lands have been ENCE Onc.
GW_ at Worthings : 10th Oct. at 2 o’cloe’ e following equired for the follewing purposes: for READING ROOM At The
on Sea. Lovely Beach, “est Sen bathe |: AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT EQUIPME. (1) new Guy motor truck with a lot of | ine erection of a fish market i
ing. Simmons Beds and Frigidaire | cluding Gey 2 Q' =, in- spare parta vary good for the ooming THE SCHEDULE “The Christian religion stands VOLUNTEER DRILL
8133 2.10.52— ye lect eet: rakes Crop crop (1) Citroen ear, (1) aiser car, A pareel of land coniaining by i not for peace at any price but for HALL
— + - | ollectors, | Baugage/manure/filter press (2) new Lioyd’s cars, (6) ijot radios |; .easurement 4306 square feet, more or righteousness at any cost. We all | CANADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
a ie & yt ‘s Pron a distributors, Harrows, ploughs and several| °°. & & tubes). (2) cases Berge wie css, situate at the junction of Queen ( nate pease. but right mes im- a Oh ay ae rt idee
. wrence On-Sea hone 3 o (25) gross bottles, (26) chelin | street and Sand Street in Speightst | stan’ in peace. leace can ails vi
29.3.5—t.f.n. | Bint alan. Of terest. Courtesy Garage. | peg. and (30) 165—400 Michelin tubes tht ‘parish of St. Peter, bulting on! Only come as the fruit of righteous- ) | MONDAY NIGHT, 6TH Southbound Sails walif Barbados
aaarsitdinormey 3.10.52—6n : e above , i ness OCT. (Bank-Holiday) Montreal ‘ax
ALyRat aiGGatheibde A bed | ieee | Interested parties one inspect ph = ove | Lie north on lands of F. Miller, on the| ess se Chasis . 0) TRYA Sept. 30th Oct. 4th Oct. 16th
trathe!yde, edrooms “BICYCLES— Hercules and oth ke any day except Sun ass on application to}. est on the seashore. on the souch on rom the ristian > Music by Percy Green’s 2 \. -
a is October, Apply on}, a other makes! 1,. B'dos Taxi Cab Co hn. of the Vestry of St, Peter (being Seience Sentinel , 5th Oct. 19th Oct. 30th
Bremiaee 5 feet Gibbs or Diai CASH SR ieeitnes Casa ae t D'ARCY A gga. , site of the present fish market) and ( ee Bible -— wo Sithorived ) Orchestra‘ —* PURITAN oot beth Nov. lst Nov. 12th
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ay Sandals — Ballerinas — on Bus Service will be available or Triple, Lighter or Bevelled Sundays and Consumers will be duly notified. Ooo @ ;

Dancing on the green

Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Beds,
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Springs, Smart Washstands

TABLES, fixed and Extension
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Pedroom and Kitchen, Larders.
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Ware Drainers $3 DRAWING
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— le
@TARTING NEXT WEEK
A NEW ADVENTURE:
"DEATH ON Skis!”

BY GEORGE MC. MANUS

7 a Se
| feared || ne mm
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“\— ANYONE CAME NEAR THE |}

“WR. AND MRS. BARNEY KULL |
OLD CANNON IN THE PARK- ||
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"POOR OLD ROHAN WAS GLAD | |
WHEN HE GOT THE GOUT a
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STARTED TO SNJOY QUIET

EVENINGS AT HOME - THEIR OLD BIFFIN WOULD START ||

S!1X SONS HAD GROWN UP

AND WERE IN JAIL—
apiece



BEFORE HIS BACK BROKE -









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THEY WERE AFTER
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THAT KID BROTHER OF MINE» 4

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PAGE SEVEN



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and style ?— Yes, certainly —they are as casy-
fitting and smart looking as you could wish. But
their outstanding VALUE is what men expect and
always get wien they insist on shoes made by
John White. See them for yourself in leading
stores throughout Barbados.



made by

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Comfort and
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means mace
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one who



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Use A.l. White Liniment.
Rub it on and let the magic

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sweet dreams! All the cares sf ,

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running a Christmas Card Competition,

This year the ‘Advocate’ is
hed in the Christmas number,

the results of which will be publis

Competitors should note the following points:

The competition is open to all readers of the ‘Advocate’ and cards can
be of any size or shape

painting, drawing, photographic,

~——,

Cards can be made by any process

etc.

A competitor can enter any number of cards, but all cards must be

original rk.

Preference will be given to cards with a Barbadian or West Indian

flavour and to novelty cards.
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and two consolation prizes of $5.00 each.

A selection of the cards will be displayed at the ‘Advocate’ Stationery

and later at the Barbados Museum.

The closing date for the competition is 4.00 p.m. on October 31st; but

competitors can start sending in their entries now.

All cards should be addressed to the Editor, The Advocate, Bridge-

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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1952

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England Says Goodbye To A Great Athlete’















© ~- , oct -

Job Comes Lrst FIRST WOMAN TO SWIM CATALINA Lea gue Cricket |

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i

LONDON

Arthur Stanley Wint, the 32-year-old Jamaican athlete i
with the long stride who has brought much honour to
Britain, his native Jamaica and the British Empire has run
his last race.

It is inevitable that a man must put his job before all

else in this country of strict amateurism, but the running

tracks of the world will be much poorer places without





Notes

By SCRIBBLER Morris (5 for 1) and R. Robin-

a _-sonm (4 for 15). This score of 18

Record score of 458 for 5 was in reply to Searles’ 116, J.
wickets during a day's play and Rebinson scored 21 while D.

two centuries highlighted Satur- George took 3 for 30 and F. Inniss








































Arthur Wint. ( ay 5 League Cricke games. 4 for 16. At close of play Searles 1 -
Born the son of a Jamaican par- TLD ape: present Champions of were 17 for 2 in their second | {i
son, Arthur Wint has been given : tuew City Division ran up the jnnings, 15S) 3
many nan by the athletic loving En land mammoth seore of 459 for th gore. in the Maple vs. }
people of the world, among them 4 ess of 5 wickets against Bor- Sponges game were Maple 120,4})}
being “the k streak d “the a ceaux and their star batsman Rynoe 27 and Pile 47 not out. At| ,
ae o> he ‘e's Test Hero e ar aa nid aoa the close of play Sponges were |{{i ‘ii $3.00
Arthur Wir rst came to Eng- of the season a contribution 9 f, 15 ii STEEL BANDS ........ s x
land fror Jamai in 1944 and cf 187 ‘ o. ‘ s 1.92
immediately enlisted in the R.A.F., Ne r d L. Barker, Rangers fast bowle = ig } SAIL BOATS ....... .
where he became a spitfire pilot : ame fan now claim to be one of the ere i COCONUT TREES ....... cen
and a flight « mander, allrounders of th : : cS J s Boys’.Club fared ARTS
43 3 > > . rounders the side, He con- St. James OYS’ « >» fare DONKEY C Seta
nee Eee the RAF. un- KS , LONDON tributea 94 and this gave him pone too well against St. John } DONKEYS ............. 1.44
el aetey ec eddie Trueman, the 21-year- the right to one of the B.C.L. Baptist, present champions of . - *LLERS 96 |
Hospital as a medical studen ] Yorkshire and England fast prizes for three consecutive 30’s. this division St. John Baptist N FRUIT SELLER 96
ré : ( student ; eve +h gree riz e 30's. v - . ~ 96
left litle tine for Arthur Wint to (Cwlet: Who achieved such great Barker's recent innings were 51, batted first and their double cen- MAUBY SELLERS ... eel
train for his athletic meeting: ee : aaah Pein ha 59 and 94, Other players in the tury batsman, Kenneth Walters, |({ ga ©All These Items are Made of Balata
did his school friend and tracl is ear rae hes n awarded Ranger’s team who broke into the top scored with 63 out of a total
cival, Herly McKenley alot Wi te C hy news were C. Yearwood 88 C, of 154. : a
rival, ee ee Penty 35 and T. Hinds 35, In reply to this total Boys Club
ot ” , - Rangers’ score of 458 for 5 is could wey aoe 43. Highland y
Runner up for the award to i highest in the history of In the elches vs. ar CAVE SHEPHERD & C0
Semman, N hic h will be presented Lefgue games. The previous best same, Welches have already 4 ve .
the Cricket Writer’s Club ‘y@s that of Progressive who hit obtained first innings lead. ;
Nhl: Giemdrs ‘bes (AS, eee °83 against Roebuck Old Boys Welches were all out for 91. 10, 11, 12 & 13, Broad Street
ppard; the new Sussex last year, D. Gibbs scored 17, S. Williams ‘ ,
tain and England batsm: ‘ 4 and Greenidge 23 In reply
“i ! ling record Chahdler’s Century Highland reached only 43, For
Pruema full be lin I I
the season Chandler scored 104 not out Welches, left hander Hicks took jf:
989.9 overs. 57 maidens, 841 for Colts against Belfield “ 4 for 18 and Greenidge 5 for 16.
61 wicket . verage of ut of a total of 217. This is .
8 In the te he took 29 Chandler’s fourth century in Meetings
kets at a cost of 13,78 runs League Cricket. To the Colt The U a t { tk e .
} total C. Reid added 46. For Bel- 1e Umpires Association of the
His first class cricket during the field, Blackett took 4 for 49 and League will meet tonight to con-) FAMOUS LAND MARKS OF BARBAD os
son hé been restricted be- Robinson 5 for 50. Belfield at the *ider the draft rules of the Asso- v ‘
cause he is doing his National close of play had scored 6 with- ciation which will be presented 7c ree SP
Service in the R.A.F.—B.U.P. ; : out loss. to the Representative Council - J
= . , In the Middlesex vs, Belfield â„¢eeting of the B.C.L, = Monday
st : Fs ena sifie ere ¢ norning next. The Representa-
ae i FLORENCE CHADWICK, 33, of San Diego, Calit., talks toaradioannoun- =P” mateh = Oe Sa ee Council wilt aise cea
lornados Sailed cer as she reaches Rocky Point Vicente, Calif., the first woman to con- ad ~~ at Bag en eat re what disciplinery action is to be
quer the 21-mile Catalina Channel, She spanned the channel in 13 Bh 7 “a Sok oo ak Aap . 33 taken against Majestic for play-
Last Sunday In hours, 47 minutes and 32 seconds, Below, Miss Chadwick, who swam while Rudder. Pare the sé Ny ing members who were under ’
the English Channel in both directions, is shown aboard boat after her » Toy tne same team,

ARTHUR WINT

Herb McKenley had many ad- Ss
vantages over Arthur Wint as an

athlete. When Wint was in the meets eee, : ne Carew Teer ae oe Sill. ti 19
R.A,F., Herb McKenley was at Wéte exce-sele Wilts use sevetiul “ite 2 with a score of 197 for 4 against HI BI
the University of Illinois, taking lornuao Mace wa saliea 10 Fixtures 141, For Rangers Allman hit 47 ood ressure
advantage of U.S, coaching Ca‘usie Bay in preparauon tor Has 24 Bouts and Norville 28, K, Babb 23. ©

Nevertheless, Herb McKenley the visit of the Iriniaad ‘Lornaaos ; rae oe _ L. Walcott took 5 for 81. L. Reid Ki 's Men é Women
was beaten by Arthur Wint in the wier this month. There was a Foday is the Arst dey in the 9° fax 36, For St Matthias

4 Seat r scored 34. F a avis suspension and also playing mem-
superb Conditions record swim, She was taken in an ambulance to hospital for a checkup. a oie an For Belfield Davis took bers who were not aeaaares.





St. Matthias obtained the first

Today’s Cricket innings lead from Rangers “B”





1 . re ris q ot Twice as many women men suf-
Olympic Games in 1948, ; noderate southerly breeze and a In I 2? Weeks ene —— y of ae os er L. Applewhaite scored 59, G.,| fer from High Blood Pre:
Arthur Wint’s other great friend jery caim sea. The course sailed i ‘ricket matches and the la 4Y Daniel 51 and C. Grant 40. not!







and rival was a US. Airforce gun- .. north ibout with the fiv in the Eighth series of Invermea- out of Life and
ave Thani v > ‘ , a . pirh a. ° art troubl.

ner, Mal Whitfield Their aoe soate getting off to a good start. WHO will be the season’s busi- ‘ate and Second Division matches .
Wee pe tenes that record: < rowes \Vainoose was first around this est amateur boxer? My tip—a Stumps will be drawn at 5.30 gy innings lead in the game] gure shel Narvocaneee beatenhar a
rae eee ae taf oe oe nark followed closely by the chubby-faced, fair-haired 19. p.m. ' ' J against Evergreen Evergreen| top and back of head and above eves,
rompeted against each other _—— - yin on 7 + sye-weigs lhe First Division match with , * i igie sine . 4 ‘

i the Mast Olympic Games in other four boats which were year-old _ Acton feather-weight, nee Ac lly hen — Were all out for 77, K. Goddard| pressure in head, dizsiness, short

ireS are a follow



reath, pains in heart, palpitation,
poor sleep, loss of memory and energy,
easily excited, f nd worry. If you
suffer any of th ymptoma, don't
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ALLAN SILLETT. open: are ied’ ,, taking 4 for 40 and C, Griffith 2

Sillett, now in the Army, has Spartan vs Carlton at ay ate for 18. Telephone replied with

- ; , already arranged 24 bouts before Park. Umpires are Messrs J. H. fal g ak : oe aed

second, dOS1U10N, — ee * es ene Christmas. He aims high, too, On Walcott and D. Roachford. a, ae "week mel be ena

pre ‘ . . o : : awn, H, ‘ “d 34 anc

Always using his brain as well |) +e Pre Ph @ maintained October 17, at Luton, he boxe Lodge vs Police at Lodge. Um- «Goddard is 50 not out (formerly Known as Hynox), @ new

ee Saleen Ge + Arthur “indward, Vamoose maintained the reigning ABA bantam-weight »ires are Mess H. Trotman ‘A a wy nay, OF : medical discovery, reduces High Blood

as his body when running, Arthur her lead while it appeared thal onampion TOMMY NICHOLLS, ‘,4 w Raview . Chamberlain are also leading] Pressure with the frat dose, takes a

Wint said that he approached each —) + . ethlanel be Soon iE nay S, and W. Bayley. Police Boys’ Club in a low scor-| heavy load off the heart, and makes
race ag a separate problem, His “tril was being overtaken by who for the early part of the pickwick ;

Helsinki, Mal Whitfield beat bunched, Edrii quickly «Grew
Arthur Wint by one-fifth of a clear and established 2nd.




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reatest race. he said, was the thunder. On approaching the season, at least, will box at Oval. Um ies ae SY naan ing match Chamberlain | took you ane fees enke: cue fee care
greates race, SEIG, | WAS vagle, ‘Tk completely’ lost fenthe igh al. pires Syl . first knock but were dismissed] [t Is guaranteed to make you loal
1,600 metre Olympic relay race (eagle, Thunder completely | feather-weight. and D. W. E. Archer. for 67 and Boys Club fare co) S4_strong or money back
this year. i aer good position over Edril by At Lime Grove Baths, Shep- wandere: vs Coilege at the wit staan ae ae oe oe OnRe ® i
His team mates were his friends tacking too far out. The first herd’s Bush, on November 19, Bay. Umpires are Messrs. L. © mh a score of 43, Be sane eet ae at 5
McKenley, Laing and Rhoden, and hop was therefore completed in Sillett goes in with PETER 2"). | and 10% iciiseois: f Ree mea
they had to meet a U.S. team re- (his order Vamoose, Edril, Thun- BRANDER, four times an ABA Bpellos ceranes. In Pyne ee scoring Pe
ar as one of the best ever. oP wi ’ ot « ny ring- champion and the only man to . - ‘ ie - » SCOTINE POLICE § Ss OR
garded as 11 ier with Comet and Fury bring oe Re * 20 bouts last seas- Carlton vs, Spartan at Carlton, wag even with results still open 4uU be:
P.€ is ¢ Pagues - w eat § 2 n 4 outs last seas-™ ,.~* area ve vay At . = 7
Atee ecanyicing wher te8 end — the rear, abe ev ona oT eer eae Umpires; J. Hinds and C, Batson. Romans meeting St. Luke raised D A N C E
won--in a world record time | vise Rens eee, ere Se Much as I admire Sillett’s in- Y-M.P.C. vs. Wanderers at 110, V. Belle scoring 48 and
, pleted in a 2 : 5 . s

When I have qualified as a doc- q dustry, 24 bouts in three months Beckles Rd. Umpires: C. Colly- Brewster 26. D. Vaughn took 6


































tor, I shal] leave England, Arthur es Ss va rs represent too much ring work for more and L, Harewood. for 33, St. Lukes in their turn at At
Wint said, although I do not want or Is position. ne nish Of a 19-year-old. Half that number Mental Hospital vs. Windward the wicket went down for 40. ST. CECELIA
to go. the race, the boats were placed would be ideal. t Black Rock. Umpires: T. Sis- Waithe taking 5 for 8 and Black- ~
“T like it here” he said, “but as follows Saas Ist. Vamoose, 2nd. QMSI FRED VERLANDER, jett and G. Forde man 5 for 32. St. Luke hit back BARRACKS
there are so many other important tulril, 3rd. Thunder, 4th. Fury, sitett’s Army coach, agree w&h Cable and Wireless vs, Com- in the second innings of Romans
things to do elsewhere he Comet, . me. “A dozen bouts would be permere at Boarded Hall. Um- and it close _of play had dis- TONIGHT at 9
He is of course, Vierageis ta The position in the series is nearer the mark for him,” he pires:; A. Parris acc G. Clarke, ovens four wickets for 26 runs,
his native Jamaica. —B.U.P. 10w as follows :-— says. Well, sergeant majors usu- Regiment vs. Pickwick at Gar-f Fvighton collected 126, to which @
Ist. Vamoose 50 points nett ally have the last word! rison. Umpires: J. Hall and P. B. Hoyte contributed 58. At the
id zs ‘I 2nd. Edril 45 points nett Sheppard Captain Phillips: : mg ete Rose were 32 ADMISSION 3/- a
3ed. Fury 38 points nett D. S. SHEPPARD, Cambridge eatin on ae ‘ ‘ " or 2, For hite Rose L. Hare-
i Gavi an Fury S : . S. SHEPP? , Carr g Empire vs. Police at Bank Hall, ” ; =
4th. Thunder 37 points nett University and England cricketer, [), pires: S. Cole at I wood took 5 for 34, M. ‘Haynes eee
y Y 5th. Comet 35 points nett who finished top of the first-class , ene F ole ahd » H. 3 for 22 and Blackman 2 for 37.
ad ft - I sy Rodch,
Favoure or As will be seen from the above batting averages this season, will : ie Danes batted first against Ken- “ns ek
‘ ints, there will still be keen captain Sussex next summer. Second Division . dal and were all out for 63. In We eg
Welter Crown ompetition with regard to 3rd. Born at Reigate in March, 1929, t ihes Oe Lodge = College. reply Kendal scored 86. Danes, DA NCE
™ Ince in this series and also for ie ee a nae Gi ee ‘ Archer and &. however, stiffened thei; resis- by The Management of the
: ’ Y arti ie us Summer and played in two Gilikes, tanee an at the close i GETTOGETHER CLUB e
By JACK CUDDY ear selection for the Intercolonial Tests against India. He toured Windward vs. Pickwick at minttore d a : EF are Of Bh i On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, i
HAVANA, CUBA, Oct. 3. Fares $ lia and New Zealand with Windward. U. res: K Ss matters were quite even with a 1952 p r~ ° *9
Cuban Kid Gavilan, was fav- ‘The eighth and last race of this en ie SREY ond aikG mito Sa ‘3 go Phas - Sealy score of 73 for 2. Small hit 30 at the = i
oured at three to one in me eries will be sailed on Sunday, nico a the Oval ‘Test. ciate nr ‘stot ae he ‘at Erdi for Danes and Blenman 35. for CHILDREN’S GOODWILL
. Se ‘ ight’s ra Se ; i e Ove st against Perdis s. eward at Erdis- Kendal. E . y LEAGUE
Seolbroreiatas - tite “AB versus i tow adie abe ft this bank ee ae ee at Umpires : O, Murray and a Kendal. 1 Weewice’s “re 28 ee ee
New York Billy Graham, which ,, baie n mon of | ni a He hit 2,262 runs (average K. Quintyne. and G. Estwick 2 for 4. For usic by Mr _ Keith Campbell
; etna Barbados Tornado Team will 64,62) this season. Ce < : & His Society Six
is expected to set new Cuban res ise Galected The committee have recorded ., nes vs. Wanderers at Vau- Danes V. Alleyne took 3 for 12. SUBSCRIPTION:— 3/6
cords for a boxing crowd and gate their” appreciation. to JAMES cluse, U mpires: S. Beckles ard Victory in a Day eg by See —
ann Lorenzo Nobarse, Presi- S I 0 i R tai LANGRIDGE for his services as “, pon oatark mies ; In the Gun Hill Division, prettiest Hot Shirt Hot Skirt ~F)
eres oto conan Sn ae tain during the past three sea- mbermere vs. “mpire at George Park defeated Norwick Dancing from 9 p.m
dent of the Cuban Sports Com- fe t. us etains ia. ‘ Combermere, Umpires: J. Bowen jn aq

mission, said a sell-out crowd) of 1 day by an innings and 49
43,000 was expe

1. : ‘ a ay es
é é ea . . ° Langridge, the club’s senior pro- 1 J. Lewis runs, Norwick were dismissed for ‘
43,00 ted - the Gi and Light- W eight Title fessional, was 46 in July. He took Foundation vs Y.M.P.C. at 27. S. Alleyne taking 6 for 15} @0oos 3 bieal
adium which would give gat over the leadership in 1950 fol- Foundation. Umpires: | Hare- and Pay 4 ° tl pee : ”
receipts of $80,000, (From Our Own Correspondent) bear i - Rogge i T lation... Umpis A ire- and Payne 4 for 8. George Park] ; wello Everybody ——_




























































lowing the resignation of H vod and B. Clarke replied with 144 G. Rous : Remember ané@ den’t forret
‘uba has been host to only one yA RA . . met : . se scoring] 4 re
ones world championship fight PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 3, ean S. elubs adopt: some . eee ne 41 and Walcott 41. In their sec-| THE INA
—the heavyweight match in which Boswell St. Louis, * ape his cues, “nicknamée. Here's Castle. Antigua Wins Leeward °"! Bren Nor wick were dis-] ; GRAND DANCE iT) A
ss Willard took the title from West Indies lightweight boxing “ . oie rs - . missed for 67. 5 5 AY M ©
one vention n 1016. championship which he defended thorpe FC | (Bucks), _ who he Islands Cricket Trophy In the Ellerton vs, Greens} : Given By ' a
The defence will be the third against Yack Subero at Mucura- known as “The Friesians” be- Pcaie us dunk Datidieaneens) match Ellerton took first knock id
for Gavilan since he won the un- po stadium last night. St. Louis cause the founder of the village ANTIGUA, Oct 3, and raised 97, To this total 3 Mr, ALLAN GOODRIDGE \ pair
disputed title by outpointing Gra- who won the fight in three rounds club, Mr. W. D. MARKHAM, who Antigua defeated St Kitts. ‘by Greens replied with 102, Lorde On MONDAY NIGHT Oct. 6, 1982 led
ban in N 4 York 14 months ago. of whirlwind punching appeared has just died, owned a noted herd ; nings and 106 cane. St Kitts scoring 47. At the close ‘of play t ' “AT Je vue ‘ nt
It is the aeting of ae to be in _ ea id chats tn 2 of Friesian _cows 1 nnings 96. Second Innings 117. Ellerton p* . without loss. i YOR CLUS, 8%. zAMES y, )
boxers Nees. &. Care (att <0 BYERS ove ok Antigua is therefore the 1952 or 18 g Music By C. B. Brow: F s two .
te ip Sati Gattate: Ses actea wound ween hs re GEM FOR TODAY hy. Monserrat hehe tha ands , Settles, skittied out Sydney for} { _ orchestra of sacitul
savy favour ccause he seem- th secc P ° ° } Trophy onserrat held the tro. 18 i Bs efresh 6 st
aH ‘ be 4 the Dea condition of ce ved a smashing lefthook to the Su turday, October 4, 1952. , 1 1951 : , Divi Pega, X= wy in the Southern} 5 le oe . ay ee ™“ s y _of x
his eareer last July when he jav which changed the fight sud- Laws are the ve ry bulwarks | SON, anks to the effort of‘ li a = \ : 4 per 3
knocked out Gil Turner in a title de ily. From that time St. Louis of liberty; they define every =, —————_______ ie FSCO SOCIO ODOOOOOOON. x 5 4 iuisite Z
fig at Philadelphia, tu ned a terrific barrage of blow man’s rights, and defend the re o ow en
7th men are expected to weigh o ubero which was maintained individual liberties of all men moe - re
abort 146 pounds.—U.P. uit the referee stopped the fight. —JOSIAH G, HOLLAND. ry % a
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Pilms for Children at BC. 9 00 a m

First, Second and Intermediate Cricket
various grounds 100 p m

Annual Fair, St. Winifred’s School 3 60
pm

BC. Films, Cathedral Su

YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

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JAY, OCTOBER 4, 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS

‘DIAN FLOUR MILLERS , ee Sabrejets
HERE ON TRADE MISSIO

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}jet planes out of North Korean
skies, whilé on the ground Reds
swept over four United Nations
advance position in ominou
renewal of heavy fighting on the
Western front,



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SRF CONFERENCE HELD WITH | Russia Seeks
_- IMPORTERS AND BAKERS | Reeall Of U.S.

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ada’s largest Flour Mills, are at present in Barbados, with a | e 7 i Golbe be eS the
} view to discussing Flour imports. The delegation, made} WASHINGTON Oct. 3. | Foy od at Sitptneed ‘tt
up of Messrs. John L. Cavanagh, Paul Callaghan and J. C foe = ; SF guested that, Mr sty “power fifty per cent. in
| MacLean, represents the Canadian National Millers’ Asso- to Rusein tn colar we eae u t dbyge months. He sai
ciation, whose members compose the major Flour Mills in| The Russian not apancgem M vol pie were
Canada. | Kennan’s “immediate recall from iss -
Conferences have been held with FENG Ost. Of Ambassador of the ighih Army plated only
the leading local flour importers nived States of Ameri in a X
and some bakers. They have also Soviet Union”. Secretary of Stato



had an opportunity of discussing z . . Acheson said the Ambassador
Flour importations with the Con- St. Lucey Fishing was not being officially recalled

troller of Supplies, Mr. F. A. but that he will return to Wash-

Bishop, LS.O. Boat Fund Ut ithe ee

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_This delegation states that iad ae ee a Caen “) Tiieetiad Weeyrton oF Canadian Flour Diulers Wid are here on & Trade Mission being interviewed 1 after nearly 20 hours of
North America is harvesting ex- The Churchwarden (Mr a piven to Breaking! +. the “Advocate” at their Editorial Office yesterday. ’ °

linlomatic relations hetuee ; a e fighting
ceptionally large crops of Wheat F. A. Greaves) and Vestry of diplomatic relations between the | In the pieture are, Mr. Ian Galo (Editor) backing the camera; Mr. Paul Callaghan; Mr. J. C, Mac e

Tin ites ates and the Soviet!

this year, This is especially true the Parish of St. Lucy have eae i, Bt 15 ay _ the Soviet! jean; Mr. John L. Cavanagh, fifth from the left, and Hon. V. C Gale, M&@s Managing Director of the
|in Canada, where it is anticipated opened a fund to replace the ew Soviet ki Be Flags #9 ciate a Advocate Company.

over 650,000,000 bushels of Cana- boat owned by Joseph Griffith a soni tai i ee silt lata

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* . ny ) a 7 ee ” mun hurled
jdian Hard Spring Wheat will be © on which was burnt. a ‘ sy Yes ai +a” ocholavia e @ s v . U.K E v yn than two. b station poy
harvested, the second largest crop ontributions can be left at DE rad aeaee St cates 5 000 ate r tal n ‘Ss vet nmvoy Ne 1s many a ,
in history. Receipts of Wheat at the Advocate Office or at any mn was appointed Ambassador to e 9 1 1 laid 4 nan 600 in

sSia by Pres » Tr é n ttack y thr
the Mills would indicate that the of the three commercial Banks. Russia by President Truman on \ ‘























‘yy positions
February 7 this year Moseow > e luding battered bunker Hill
bulk of the crop would be of sme egmmewienges: based its ienand for the Are re e lo U.S. Named “UP
grades No. 1, 2 and 3. Canadian .* ome $10.00 bassador’s recall on statements he k ir Atomie | est | LONDON, Oct. 3. ;
Wheat this year should produce LET Branekos oS mide about life in Moscow when { Sir Roger Makins, career Dip-|
tan one high quality Flour cat Be r 00 he passed through Berlin Septem- ,lomat and Deputy Under-Secret- | . ?
for baking purposes. eter ber 19 enroute to a diplomatic ; By PETER E G ary of State, specializing in eco- i H. O
In view of the over-abundance $40.00 me*ting in London, he a re- y PE meer "hein Oct. 3 eee has been named British | ner ere n
of Flour available, it is the opinion porters at Berlin airport that “had ; rk . aS ene ’ ae | Ambassador to the United States
k ers a port that “ha Br Wire ft sr first ¢ . sa Fridav Ambassador t d . e
SEATED in the cockpit of his piane of the delegation that it would be the Nazis permitted us to walk aritain set of her frst atomic weapon on riday—a | to sueceed Sir Oliver Franks, the! Maiden | ri
Prince Nicholas of Yugoslavia | to the advantage of Barbados if th streets without any right to double exploding device apparently detonated on a Steel) Fo eign Office announced earky | pP
sae fire Oh : +... |import controls were relaxed to talk to the Germans, that would tower and “in the presence of 5,000 men on sixteen war-|on Saturday. Makins will take],
prepares to take off from Fairoaks ‘ t 3
Tika tn Seatana wae Pee allow the import of Flour of e ioe avour be prectsty haw we have to live \ips off the barren Monte Bello islands, There was no} over his new job late in Decem iF ate sew arguensy Terminals
4 é | grades ; ‘ : today” i Ss) , 7 “ cy or @ y . . ar iner S.S. Suna arrive :
recently joined the Royal Air | 29° ae —_ U ¢ Wi "The Soviet newspaper Pravaa| Official indication that the tests were at an end and excited ' 8° oe ae olenan eid, “jisknd last Gigth on fe mriaan
Force volunteer reserve and is First, they Consider it easentiel hion 1t iJater described Mr. Kennan’s re- ‘ustralians speculated that an aerial drop or guided mis- oyage under the command of
Presently undergoinga 15-day | supply the Baking Trade with marks as “slander” of the Soviet! sile atom explosion might be yet to come. Maine” ADRSINUOAAS. AG Be Sab aaa
training period. (International) | the high grade Baking Flour C Union and said he “lied” about| 1e explosion was less spec- Washington post, Britain’s top Phis vessel carries aceommoda-
milled from Canadian Hard ana life in Moscow. Mr. Acheson said r to wateh than many of fcrelgn assignment hg ta ‘ha “ * first class passengers,
i jthe Soviet note described Mr.Pjj¢ American tests but unofficial What as a surprise ‘here hae wo oO ler passengers disem-
U S Will In (paacome he f ioeet coma po NORTH BAY, Ontario. | nnan's statements as vena scientific observer rid ‘the tre- Cathedral's yt oes see a 48 ah ive rane vn ee Sal esoa
} | pestricte antity , i The ritis ve Ben aay ous attacks, hostile to the Sovie . - hes . remaine by Frank ince If might go} vans an 7 nox, Amon;
| ove vest restricted to quantity only, the| | /0¢ —. — incsee are! Union in rude violation of general- |)" ee pe seas ae : $. to some more prominent personal-!the intransit passengers are Dr.
|Flour trade would demand grades|Strongly in favour of becoming long after the blast indicated that atr t al ;
: ; roan Cf Bibae cuiteuie ant casada’s rovi {ly recognized forms of international}, ¢ 5 luce i a. estiv: ity better known in America and/A, Lloyd-Davies, F.R.C.S. for
or In land types of Flour suitable to 1 11th province, and the Haw r Britain had produced « bomb of close to Prime Minister Winston {Georgetown and Mr. J.B. L. Todd
e apan their needs, which in effect would] O&IY question in the minds of their | !w-—U.P. greater eMiciency cted against] SATURDAY, CorommR s. || Churchill MBB, for Trinidad
By STEWART HENSELEY Colony. paving sth aneny Se the accept them, said Mr, F. Young, Miss M. D Weston vt ‘Bon are Peheduled to eanee inte ete, oe One Es = hes a ghee Its cargo consisted chiefl
§ o> “itis _ So Tatts ; : a ‘ ly fo » po ave on Lore $ sted chiefly
= Referring to their interview Santi hae eet legislator, in e ° the blast area as soon as possi- Festival of St. Michael and Tai Ay sit nt ippointment 1s | 8,500 bags of Cement, 500 cartons
ASHINGTON, Oct. 3. | with Mr. Bishop, the delegation ane 0. bie to study the effects of the All Angels. TAT Oa ate Ge sral and Earl|Beer, 16 cars, consisting of A
American economic experts;said “we appreciate Mr, Bishop's heb bee tiv oa member To Be Inspector esplosion, — including = damage]] 7.30 am. Holy Communion Shountiation tase or the Dune tins,’ Vauxhauls, Fords, and Ro-
Friday speculated that an in-|position as a civil servant, and Dalat rg the 1a t - St. ‘ ( to the “city” laboriously con- (Corporate © o m- | of Fdinburgh —U.P. vers; also four heavy Lifts, and
creased rate of American and|his non-committal approach to ars Bae ; h — ae arte Of Schools tructed by an engineer ‘corps. munion of O.T.B., ’ F reneral cargo.
other foreign investment in Japan|the question.” ‘wemid be ae eae on oe Dr. W. G. Penny, British : 0.G.B., Scouts). The S.S. Sunadele was built in
Eecatec Lier baa — anna ores, Cone Laas. ietk We economic standpoint. 44 mae MISS MILLICENT D. WESTON | P ist in charge of the tests 3.30 pm. Entertainment for Denmark, and registered in

4 *npne*

ly of an exploratory nature,|~ yp he ; . ‘4 has been appointed to the post of} Who watched the explosion by children and young “Shoot To Kill Switzerland

" P For generations we have traded . : i j people of the P. "

and that they had not attempted | y,jtj, Canada, While we are over !*trict Inspector of Schools, De-!television from the flagship air- s ena Loce} agents here are Messrs

: . 5 * . .
to commit Mr. Bishop or any of} populated, Can: : partment of Education lcvaft carrier Campani is ish at St. Michael's oO d W t Given | Plootations La,
ated, Cang s the exact op- r pania raer W asn iven

the merchants to any change in tiie. F Beg [s +e eynet OD Miss Weston was educated at!scheduled to veturn to London Girls’ School, |

| Policy. We believe that a union would

Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida. |

These officials pointed out that
elections Wednesday showed that
conservative policies would con-
a gee oe Mn alan ree Tt Was pointed out to the dele-} aseist Canada to populate and de-
assure some potential investors 2@tion that under the ~ present| velop, Mr, Young’ said.



the county school, Liskeard, Corn- , within two weeks to report, He | TOKYO, Oct, 3.
wall, and at the University College | whip be accompanied by Rear’ A spokesman for General Mark

‘ ms X
f the South West of ‘Wngland,!Acriifal Arthur D, ‘Torlesse ‘Talk On W \ Clark's headquarters gaid on Fri- Italy To Si nT rade
who may have held off com- ,°%8t¢m of controls, it would pre-| Mr, Young was visiting North|Pevon. She obtained the degrer military commander for the oper- 8 orld day in conneetion with the kill- - a &

mitting ‘their money in Japan |S¢?t certain difficulties to import} Bay with other members of the of BSc. (Lond.) in 1936 in

i i co . . ar > .
t ation. ‘ . ing of 56 Chinese prisoners of war I act With an
until they were certain just how |â„¢0re than one grade of flour, Commonwealth STi n Eaucation in 18 Sugar Pact Likely on Cheju Island, that there was Jap





: i i i Strict S i
the Japanese would react in their!,, They emphasised that where| Avsociation —B.U.P. the diploma in Education in 1937 diene

: ; . no specific order to “shoot to kill” By 5. M sat
first general elections since oc-| there was free trade, each buyer oan be er Deve us| ‘The extreme security screen In Spring 1953 {but local commanders might have y 5. M. BOS
cupation ended. | bought the flour suited to his’ ementary Schools in Devon nt .

ae in r + { 1937 to 1939; from 1939 to 1945
There has been the belief in|¢eds in relation to the cost, and
United States business circles that | @ On page5. Dr. Carroll Gets

in a Senior Elementary School in xed. The ‘oniv. myevuitnna
American ponsored Democracy ! Staffordshire and from 1945 to; .°i"4°¢- ue ’ ness
~t sponsor
in Japan was only “skin deep” |

. “ital ; alia o interpreted the order Clark OME. Oct 3
ir iat “aie en tae ee t LONDON, Oct, 3. issued on his arrival last May to : ROME, Oct. s.
ea . Se , ne a The International Sugar Coun-| ‘use any force necessary” in en- A seven-member Italian. del
forcing United Nations authority gation will leave Sunda j
—UP for Tokyo to negotiate a comm
and payments accord with Japan

cil to-day issued a communique

1948 in the Victoria Technical; '"formation came from a_ party recalling that the Special Com-

[nstitute, Trowbridge, Wiltshire,|°! | Hewspapermen = who had





Post At Hospital

and that the Japanese would go! °
off in all manners of radical direc- Re-Appointed To DR. DAVID SWAINSTON CAR-
— when Ser oe » ° Co 5 eg | ROLL has been selected for ap-
an election on their own. Wednes- | Executive uncil pointment on three years’ agree-
day’s results were interpreted here ment to the post of Medical
ne shcivins the fallacy of that be- Officer, Barbados General Hospital,
—U.P, Dr. Carroll who is 31 years old
is married. From 1942-1945 he

over prisoners,

dg hum Idniie iat mittee of the International Sugar rt eee th \ a gape
which comprised a Technical and|°@mped for five lonely weeks on] Council in 1948, was instructed by SAE TES COR One

Commercial College, and a vard infested mountain on Whe} she Council, to report when the} 999 At Work m
Evening Institute. ‘inland about 50 miles from] time was ripe for negotiating a| : two countries since th
Miss Weston has been Senior ‘he Monte Bello group, and a few] new international sugar agree- Shortly after 845 am. on ; ; ;
Mathematics Mistress, Queen's 'y observers in that vicinity.| ment, | October. 2 Cpl. Brathwaite at- rhe delegation cheduled
College, since January, 1949. She In Brillant sunshine with the The Committee informed the| tached to the C.1.D, sent through ]}arrive in Tokyo on October
will take up her new appointment sea only slightly ruffled around] Council to-day that in its opinion | “| 999 call reporting that a woman yo be ieee by ees oe 1p
1 Ist January, 1953. i@ little group of coral islands,|the International Council should| “25 !ying in a gutter on Welches| Bonaralli of the Italian reign



it to be concludes clwee









° — yah oo ‘he com-| few keeping vigil suddenly] now be called to negotiate such an| Bone St, Michael, apparently eee aki be. ft pg

ot ores See , , , saw lightning flast =| agree , | sic , aes he aaaaee tale aie ee

A Gift For menced medical studies at St.) MR. S. 7. CHRISTIAN O.BE. a t Sad ie ae ippeared eens Council announced that it| © One of the police vans took her} Foreign Pe Mini a ind_ the

Bartholomew’s Hospital where he FY 6 glowing Pre ett ee hod & 3 » report : 4\'0 the General Hospital Oliice of Exchange.—U.P.
Clarence House qualified M.R.C:S, and L.R.C-P. in ACTING PUISNE JUDGE i oo Mor aga a epee Ee yeoest ane 3
Mare 51. ; |
| (Pee Ger Own Carrespéuiene ' It ic : (From Our Own Correspondent) apd from fifty miles away about] November, will put forward a}
‘ t is not yet known when Dr , y , ,

' ANTIGUA. | Carroll will arrive in Barbados. | the same size. A great cloud of| Proposal that such negotiations |

Antigua has been presented{ ANTIGUA, Oct. 3,
with a beautiful Naval Telescope]
for Clarence House by Admiral

Sir Eric Fulerton, K.C.B., DS.O.,
The telescope was itself a pres-|
entation to the retired Admiral!
many years ago. ; j
This is the second gift to Clar-}
ence House recently. Last year

t
i , ,
: ioke yap emi should begin in the spring of 1953.!
His Excellency the Governor] ke and vapour seemingly 1 pring |
}

about ¢ co kas aie —B.U.P.
has been pleased to appoint M: Giiatea” Ag Bo
S. T. Christian, O.B.E. to act a As _

s s
sk at . Te une, four Minutes had shot up to a ‘ o nhs,
New Specialist | uine idee jot, ine, Supreme icin ot soa tect with tana] Trade Restrictions

Radiologist ward Islands for the purpose of The’ it into a “z” in the sky. Will Continue

presiding over the criminal ses-| *' familiar mushroom stalk
Dr. (Miss) E. W. Smith, M.B.,]Sions in Antigua in October and] 4% missing










RAI.1GH-—Makers of the
WORLD'S CHAMPION



an elegant four poster bedstead B.S., D.M.R.E., who has com-|4ttending to other urgent busi- Two Explosions The oes: Oxt,, es
and mattress were donated by | SIR JOHN SAINT pleted her engagement as Radiol-\®€58, in Chambers during the There was the sound of a blast - on ow ne Ce are
some American visitors, There ofist at the Barbados General ;â„¢onth. . : then a second and much louder hahaa ane Te 3 me 1a _
are a number of interesting old! His Excellency the Governor !Hospital has accepted appointment The acting appointment will} one followed by a noise which re hed a ie» bitte ran sleints
maps of Nelson’s Dockyard to be. has re-appointed Sir John Saint, |to the pensionable post of Special- take effect from Tuesday 7th Oc-| resembled that of a train passing eer v2 ae ae ; a ean ain
seen at Clarence House and{Kt.,C.M.G., O.B.E., to be a mem- |ist Radiologist. tober. @ On page 5 rom German businessmen anc

among pictures of the Royal fam-,ber of the Executive Council of Dr. Smith is at present on leave oe aces a
ily there is a picture of the Duke of | Barbados for a further period of |in the United Kingdom and it is , ' poser

‘ atte ; ; September 3 must remain in force.

Clarence (King William IV) which! five years from the 2nd of Octo- expected that she will take up} . e e eee

was presented by Queen Mary. / ber, 1952. ther duties in January, 1953. Ul e SS es n er ae degen oy ——, hua
cary a8 @ res 0) razil’s huge

payments deficit with West Ger-

Buil ding Aavicdeâ„¢ Mitisinic Production In U.S.A. | jie" sion









sin a see , he Bank of Brazil, no longer are
p ; . SEATTLE, Washington, Oet, 3, ot an eted at once into Deutsch-
resiaden Imé as ¢ ol ‘e t ruide iseij -j}rmarks, but are transferred into
Mr. W. M. Woodhouse, Building dos, are expected to return here ; is hoped will be in operation early are at erent in the - ae { ot ames : nae guided: custiles pecial credits set up in Tanned
Development Adviser to the some time next year to conduct al next year. ss ; Sesermnly | ne produc tion, The Pre joreign trade banks,
; Comptroller for Development and! similar scheme. This mill is managed by B, G.}| “ent made his statement o Thursday night at Eagles| German intporter’ may tbuy
: Welfare returned to Barbados via | te ; . _.._| Timber Ltd. a subsidiary of Auditorium here in one of ‘he major speeches of his]: mounts from these special credits
Trinidad on. Tweedey. By. BWIA. | sevence to bet sh ak ae een Colonial Development Corpora-} whistlestop tour in behalf of Governor Adlai Stevenson and use them for payment of 80
after making a _seven-week tour | ‘¢ oo ra on Caribbean | tion, The company is now open- He said, “guided missiles are now the assembly li per cent of their obligations to
of British Guiana, Surinam, “mbers at Port-cf-Spain next ing up the timber resources of sroduction ° missiles are now in the assembly line| fi) The remaining 20 per
French Guiana and Trinidad. ; Ya", Mr, Woodhouse said that iN the Bartica triangle on the River| ! uction and despite many technical difficulties will cent they have to obtain by ap-
He told the “Advocate” yee oe ota allah 5 statieteen ae Essequibo.” soon pe ih ng hands of tactical units.” The President plication to the West German
i terday that the main purpose 0 4 in approac the gui ssiles stateme
i the tour was to waliect informa-|gest (in the Trade Commodity Impressed PP guided missiles statement by





Commission for the timber con-{This will give particulars of the! Visited these operations and was| Korean war.

tion on behalf of the Caribbean! series), before the conference.) Mr Woodhouse said that he! America is much stronger now than it was before the
Z *
ference to be held in Trinidad in |Supply, consumption, and demand,|/™pressed_ with the much im-| Truman said “we pushed our Burned Cinema

stating ‘he| tral Bank.—U.P.
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1
April next year , ete, for timber of all kinds in the a on oie oe pete, je: eee = gaestery H rt I E losi O t Di WINNER when you ride a Raleigh z
Site dp i Caribbean area. He felt that this c : y used. Full] har aircraft, tanks, guns, |

Pha i an rong Conrutttie tiae ; would supply a long felt need, use was being made of bulldozers, | ships, and so on—to seven times | u n xp osion pera or 171e8 A Raleigh was the choice of Reg Harris—World’s
this contebemes: the Consniitee Commenting generally, he said eS use ‘a pan gy pe ming * oe Korea Albertine Walters of Britton’s (From Our Own Correspondent) Professional Sprint Champion for the second year in
includes representatives of Brit~/that | the ee att une ads ok “eer Usedty tok cease OrOnee ta cemnane "een | Hill, St. Michael reported to the; | PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 3. succession. Here is proof of the wisdom of buying
ish, Dutch, French and U.S.A. greater use by Caribbean terri-| mechanical methods of felling and|l# the development of better wea- Police yesterday that while she The Roodal eircuit plan build- your bicycle from a Company with such great
territories, ; Mr, | tories of the timbers grown in the transportation. pons.” wee ales ping 7 her house on Oc- | ing new modern cinema on the technical experience and knowledge that designed

While in Surinam he met Mr. r ; 7 : sh It was, perhaps, too early to} The President mentioned the | ‘CCP 2 about 3 a.m. an explosion|ruins of the St. Vincent Street and built the record-breaking RALEIGH,
Sates See DES. SRE ys mat. wane seeieadats i say how much pre-fabrication of | increase in power of the jet engine | "eT oe aren, — i site of the Empire Cinema which
housing experts attached to the) —cncur wn cai tin in smi -|and said it in itself was a mili-}, Cynthia Walters who was sleep-}wes destroyed by fire yesterday ,
Caribbean Commission under the quiste eee ae oe Saeae buen aod ces — sary, thyoliution He mentioned | 1! g with hes Sess Wuisted ana was|afternoon. It is estimated that t
a ~— technical Teeanpted hur sesviceh:.Thass Wena ait be or in larger units such as house-|'he tremendous advances in the | ~"’ P i "Gischaaens 8 Weelpe, ney Tulidling ot oo
scheme, ey are now : 7 pa anels a i use of atomic energy for wer} re . ul cos ast $350,000.

iscussed at the coi nce, Al-| panels and framings, etc., would = eo * The sivtoaeuiad’ ¢ d
& wilot project for gegen fg — ous a te to-|be undertaken at the Georgetown |@nd then made his statement con- | 7 p Geant gut stares 28d sfuip~
besos tof o high standard in en|wards reducing these difficulties | mill, but the company was ac-|Cerning guided missiles. r Ls art of whieh is recoverable by VAR ALES V ERS ey ye Se
Than, area of Paramaribo, Each| He said that the French Gov-|tively studying the possibilities,| Truman did not enlarge on the} Ng Peace Prize way of insurance . 7
urban area of Paramaribo, c] 2 -| Even in territories where tim-|%tatement concerning guided mis- | F ’ oF INSULANCe, A Product of Raleigh Industries Limited, Netsngham, ing land.
house wil] probably be supplied|ermment and the Compagnie Gen territo e il ; erating Joseph Mahabir, 19, one of the
cit erale Transatlantique had recent-|ber was plentiful, as for example. |*!!€s. He continued enumerating OSLO, Oct. 3. Lcaindwal ‘dktewkate cama t
with water and electricity. ly Givided tidee now: vebecia with: Saciten face was a|the progress in military matters j ; ny BLO, Oct. royed cinema’s operators who! =
i a1 Y etween Cayenne, the Carib-;marked tendency to construct|224 in the strides the United the Nobel Prize Committee an- iw detained at Port-of-Spain | CAVE, SHEPHERD
Enthusiasm ean, Gulf ~ rts, buildings in concrete and brick, |>*@tes has taken towards strength- | Vounced to-day that no peace) hospital yesterday evening suffer-| & CO., LTD.
“There is a consicerapie degree ae Seaman timber seasoning,|Even so, there would always be ening its allies. He used his re- Wher will be awarded Pie a ng severe burns died this morn- ’
& . , aint Vi “—— “_ 1ere was no immediate explan-] jy, J0ysie Samar 99 y

of enthusiasm over the scheme”| this is already being done at the;the demand for timber for doors, pone ing edna & ree. toa | ation of. the’ ‘dédision Sepatin gs Siivie Sonieg ties fp vetpabad ottii’ te 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street.
Mr. Woodhouse ssid snd atiedi mill in Surinem owned by the windows, roofs and floorings, etc. States ie buds et cold not ably the Committee felt either thatla ser ou condition ' "s |
that the results would be watched} Bruynzeel Company at Parama- Plywood Manufacturers Ge anidie ext, and Talitoeed ur-|there is no suitable candidate .or] One of Trinidad’s oldest picture 3 @ NO CYCLE IS COMPLETE WITHOUT A STURMEY- ‘
with interest by the other ter-| ribo. It was also proposed to} While in Surinam, Mr, Wood-i prise that Eisenhower had eed | that thi as not the time to award|houses the Empire quickly burnt} % ARCHER 3 OR 4+SPEED GEAR AND DYNOHUB ®;:
ritories. s _ erect drying kilns at the large | house visited the Bruynzeel Fac-| with Senator Robert Taft that the | one f eAace hot war on injout following a fire which started

Mr. Hanson and Mr. Garcia,|timber mill now in the course of| tory and examined the marufac-| budget could be cut substantially. | Kore: nd wer spread/in the projection room during the consti aaa lapel
who have already visited Barba- erection at Georgetown, which, it @ On Page 6 { ant w ~ : matinee show ee




















































PAGE TWO

s ERROL DOS SANTOS, Kt.,
¢.B.E., was an arrival from
Trinidad by B.W.1.A on
Wednesday to continue his inquiry
nto ‘the Salaries Scale on behalf
of the Government
Passed Exam.
NE has been recent-
ly received of the suc-

eess. of Miss. Alice Skinner, a
formpr pupil of Queen's College
who-has obtained her B.A t
Mc Master University, Canad:
Alice, will now start her studi
in Dentistry

She is the daughter of Mr. anc
Mrs. Carlton Skinner now resid-

ing in the United States and a
niece of Miss Lee Skinner form-
erly Heacmistress of the St. Mat-
thews Girls’ School,

Yew Appointment

R. NATHANIEL BUTCHER
of Station Hill, St. Michael,
left by B.W.I.A. yesterday for
3ritish, Guiana where he will be
employed with the firm of Messrs.
G. Harris & Co.

He was accompanied by Mr.
Emmanuel Whiskey, who is super-
visor of the same firm, He expects
to be away for about three years.

Son and Heir
R. AND MRS, CLYDE WARD
are the proud parents of a
son and heir. The happy event
took place yesterday and mother
and babe are doing fine. Mrs
Ward is a former pupil of Queen's
College and daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Payne of Country

Road \

For a Day
SPURRIER, Assistant
Manager of B.W.I.A in
Trinidad, was an arrival by
B.W.1.A. here on Wednesday on
a short visit He returned to
Trinidad on Thursday.

One Month
M* MAY SMALLEY of St.

%. C.

Lambert, Montreal, arrived
in the colony by T.C.A. on
Thursuay to spend a_ month’s

vacation with Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Cox, “West Ray”, Worthing.

By

“WHEN will you critics learn
‘ begins a wrathful corres-
pondent; and goes on to take issue
with my opinion of Sibelius.

This_is not the first time some-
one has called me “you critics.”
I do no enjoy being addressed in
the plural. It invariably means
that I am held in low esteem.
What this reader would like to

call me, I imagine (though he
is too courteous to do so), is
“you snob.” Or perhaps “you

cold, unfeeling intellectual.”
I plead not guilty,
A snob lets his mind control his
feelings, in order to give the im-
pression that his tastes are very
special and very cultivated.
Before he ventures to like or dis-
like a piece of music or a musical
performer, he calculates the im-
pression his opinion will make,
He cannot afford to be spontan-
eous.

If you ask me
I love music, I love it more
deeply than do people who con-
sider it rude to cast aspersions on
poor works and poor perform-
ances» J love music so much that
I am ‘Angry when somebody mis-
treats #t, disappointed when souie-
body fails to measure up to its
requirements,

If you ask me, the real musical
snobs are the people who want to
hear nothing but Mozart, Beeth-
oven, and Brahms over and over,
on the grounds that other music is
less valuable—or less reputable, or
less moving.

Snobs, too, are the people who
will listen to nothing but very old
musi¢ (in the nineteenth century,
they say, music became vulgar
in itsshow of emotion). Or
nothing= but brand-new music.
Or nothing but “serious” music
Or nadthing but “light” music,
whichis not disturbingly “intel-
lectual.”

These attract...

A thousand kinds of music
attract. me. Among pianists,
Artur Schnabel and “Fats” Waller
have given me equal pleasure.
Kirsten Flagstad's singing is
wonderful: so is Mary Martin's.

Arturo Toscanini is a_ great
conduetor; but I was also lost in
admiration for Robert Morton,
who led the orchestra at the mid-
night Lynmouth benefit last Mon-
day, and did such an expert job
(without rehearsal) of keeping
astride” of highly-individualistic
music hall singers,

Moreover, I went seven times to
hear Vivienne Segal sing “Be-
witched, bothered and bewilder-
ed” in. the high-spirited musical
comedy. “Pal Joey"—which I
greatly hope London will see and
hear some day. I know the score
of Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess”
almast note for note.

Il’ too, have been an active
musician. I have played the piang
in a jazz band, directed choirs and
played-the organ, conducted Pur-
cell's .“Dido and Aeneas” and
Beethoyen’s Fifth Symphony.

~~ Lost patience

I know what it is to make u
failure-«in public and—within
narrow.Jimits—a success,

Because I am acquainted with
the problems of performance. I

summer
leaving
Mr
Williams, and Miss

M* a DB
“Edgeton”,
was among the passengers leaving
by
Thursday afternoon.
on a short holiday.

oO

T. R. EVANS



Carb Call

Complete Tour
HARLOW, A:

D* F. J
on Technica

iviser
°





the Secretary of tat r the
Colonies arrived here on Wednes-
night by B.W.I1.A from
inidad He has been making



a complete tour of the area and
the British territories in connec-
tion with educational »bler
Dr Harlow expect » remain
i Barbados for about a week
He is a guest at the Marine Hotel
Students Return
TUDENTS of the University
College of the West Indies

returned to Jamaica on Thursday

B.W.1.A. after spending the
holidays here Those
were:—Mr. C. Barrow,
Cummins, Mr James
Pilgrim

ay

G
D
Many Happy Returns

ONGRATULATIONS to Miss
Grace Worrell of 3rd Ave-

1ue, The Ivy who celebrates her
birthday to-day.
turns of the day and very sincere
wishes for your future happines

Many happy re-

Had Discussions
Cc. V. HADLEY, Educa-
of St. Vincent,

R.
tion Officer

returned home on Wednesday by
air after paying a short business
visit.
Mr

to the Comptroller
ment and Welfare.

He had. discussions with
J. Nicol, Education Adviser
for Develop-

He was a guest at Hotel Royal.
On Holiday

DOUGLAS of

Country Road,

Trinidad on
He has gone

for

B.W.I.A

After Twenty-five Years
ISS MARJORIE STROUD,

daughter of the late Mr.
E. Stroud and sister of the
famous Spartan footballers Stroud
brothers, arrived in the colony by
T.C.A. on Thursday on her first
visit since 1927

I ‘Ask You=AM I a Snob
About Music ?

CECIL SMITH

lose patience when I feel that no
suitable attempt is made to solve

these problems. With an arvist
of great reputation thi misde-
meanour takes on the gravity of

a serious crime.

Grace Moore once told me that
she valued especially my first
favourable notice of her singing,
because it had taken me five years
to reach the point at which I was
willing to write it.

Recently when I congratulated
the brilliant young violinist Isaac
Stern on a_ performance he gave
when he was dog-tired at the end
of an international tour, he re-
torted: “You know better than to
say it was good,”

Ordinarily I have
only second-class

that
object

found
artists

when I call them on substandard

performances,—L.E.S,

LISTENING
HOURS

SATURDAY,
400—-7.15 p.m,



OCTOBER 4, 1952
25 53M, St 32M

4 pm. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily
Service, 4.15 p.m Henry Hall's Guest
Night, 5 p.m Rugby League Football,
5.05 p.m. Haydn, 5.15 p.m. Music for
Dancing 6 p.m. Scottish Magazine, 6.15
p.m In Town To-night, 6.45 p.m
Sports Round up and Programme Parade,
7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. Home News
from Britain
7.15—10.30 p.m. a1

7.15 p.m. Behind the News, 7.45 p.m
Sports Review, 8.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel,
8.30 p.m. Goodbye Just Now, 10 p.m
The News, 10.10 p.m. From the Edi
torials, 10.15 p.m. Princess Indira, 10,30
p.m. Variety Fanfare



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Across
1. Do suit it to the room o
@ Rasped but uncoloured 13)
7. Suggests a rise. (5)
Â¥. The outcome of mute panic +y)
Merit. (4)
One over the satety
. Gets rag by t ree
. Heavy wooden mai
. Idiomatic value of
people. (3)
22. A step for the dil! puster ,
Starting place. (3)
More than ever non-existent ’
. This tree could be yours. (3)
Home of many a 26 (6)
Down
. Magnificent per pus
A bad aunt has it in
. A near go for fruit su
~ Aint sO vulgar agaist it i
- Hen is made to giow. (5)
. A step you take. (4)
. Nears the trap. (5)
. Brief trees, (5)
. Male repast. (4)
. The sin of Midas
What a taste! (4)
. Measure to race, (4)
le a come after 10 of 22 A

20. The French
fashion, (3)
21. Sounds like 23

22. Seat. (3)



mark 14)
(7)





(6)





(5)

CHAPSRIONPwWE

et

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(3)

23 See 21. (3)



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LADIES FULLY FASHIONED NYLON HOSE $1.80 were $2.41
CORSETS—“BEST FORM”—$4.00 were $8.00—Sizes 30 and 32 Only
Clearing Old Stock LEATHER HANDBAGS $3.00 PLASTIC $2.00
New Shipments PRINTED CREPES, SPUNS, Etc. 89 cts.

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*§ by T.C.A. on Thursday last from

|

For Trinidad

M* LOUIS LYNCH, Headmas- |
ter of the Modern High}

School, and Life Vice-President |
of the B.A.A.A., left for Trini-|
lad by B.W.I.A. yesterday. Mr. |
Lynch will be Manager of the

Barbados Team of Athletes taking
part in the Trinidad Meet sched-
uled to begin on Saturday }
He will return home early next
week
Twenty-seven Years In
Canada
ISS LESSIE PARRIS,
of Mr. J. L. Parris, Assis-
tant Manager of Seawell Airport
and daughter of the late Mr.
Hamlett Parris,- Jeweller
Bridgetown, and Mrs. Parris,

on a short holiday visit to Barba-
dos She has been residing in
Canada for the past twenty-seven



sister hundred years ago your Churc
of |@uUthoritarianism focused
is | Pope.

these misinterpretations of Chris-
tianity still

Canon
.Warner’s
Column

By CANON HUGH WARNER. r 4

TWO YEARS AGO I met a girl
who is a Roman Catholie. I am
a keen member of the Church
of England, We have both h
instruction in each other’
faith, but neither has been con-
vinced. What should we now
do? .
LOOK at your side first. Fou®

violently protested against abuses
believed to be bound up with an
in the
-Anglicans believe that some of

cling to the Roman

years and she came over by T.C.A,|Church. So Anglicans are re-
on Thursday. — . minded that in marrying a
Returned Roman Catholic they must accept

R.

Miss Doris Hutson returned

JOHN F. HUTSON and/the responsibility of bringing up
their children according to their
own

convictions as Anglicans,

the U.S.A. via Bermuda after a|And the bishops trust them to do
visit . this.

Intransit Now look at your fiancee’s side.

R. AND MRS. WILLARD|Her Church wants a written un-

GRANT were intransit pas-
sengers by T.C.A. for Trinidad
on Thursday. Mr. Grant is Man-
aging Director of T. Geddes Grant
(T’dad) Ltd.

‘eightlifters Back

dertaking that you will surren-
der your right to bring up your
children in your own faith,

Your fiancee will also have to,

sign a promise to try to convert
you to her faith. Her
has as much right as has yours |

Church

HE Barbados Weightlifting e
Team who recently went to on trae a member to obey the
Trinidad, returned home _ by ne
B.W.I1.A. from Trinidad yester- Both Churches agree on one
day thing. They both urge strongly
; Back Home against members making mixed

R. OLIVER R. ROCK, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Howell Rock,
and formerly a Sub-Editor of the
Barbados Advocate, and who has
been working in Aruba, returned
to the colony during the week on
holiday
Mr. Rock is staying
relatives at Station Hill.

Charge Reduced

with his



HOLDING BACK the tears, Mrs.
Martha J. Wage, 19, of Red Wing,
Minn., leaves the U. S. court in
Munich, Germany, where she is on
trial for the slaying of her hus-
band, Sgt. Dan P. Wage. The
young mother of two small chil-
dren sobbed as the court reduced
the charge against her from first
degree murder to “intentional
manslaughter” after a succession
of witnesses told of her husband's
relations with German women.

What They
Read

Significant facts about the
reading habits of the British peo-
ple are brought to light in the
1952 Hulton Readership Survey
published this week, The inves-
‘igations have been conducted by
the latest scientific research
methods, and give an admirable
Statistical picture of the papers
people read in the various social
classes—and geographical areas:
of the community,

The Evening Standard,
would be expected, comes
strongly in the table devoted
the class analysis of

In a “sample” representing
four million, three hundred
thousand men and women in the
well-to-do and upper middle
classes, four hundred and ninety
thousand are assigned as readeis
of the Evening Standard,

This represents 29.5 per cent,
of the total readership of one}
million six hundred and _ sixty
thousand credited to this news-
paper,



as
out

to}
readership.



—L.E.S.
er

Incidental Intelligence

Not only does a new vacuum
cleaner now being advertised
make mayonnaise, beat eggs and
grind coffee, but you don't have
to marry it.—Fun and _ fiction,
Canada,

—L.E.S.

SS

were $12.15.

marriages of this
because the strongest strand
a marriage is the religious bond

kind. This is
in

which undergirds the whole

ifamily set-up.
It provides the one quite cer- *« Nov. 23—Dec. 22
jtain way

of overcoming every
difficulty which may come alons.
If husband,
ere not one at this level. som--

-|thing crucial is likely to be. mis-

sing from the home.
—L.E.S.

Is Younger

“1 found my father, aged 54,
sitting with his head in his hands,
heartbrokert. He was just home
from a holiday with my mother,
realising that he is a ‘back num-

she attached herself to
people in the party.
“She is nine years
than my father and for ten years
has been running her own small
business, She says she has becn
stagnating for 16 years . All
my father wants now is peace and
comfort “”

Did He Share?

should feel that
bringing up a family is stagna-
tion.” I can think of few things
less like it when both parents are
doing it. How far did your father
1 wonder, really do his share?
A longing to escape the family
is seldom present where a mother
has found in this work a new

younger

No mother

basis for co-operation with her
husband.
A husband is able to satisfy

deep emotional needs in his wife,
and to help her fulfil a “career”
within her family.

Your mother appears to be
looking for appreciation fro:r
others because she had so little
of it from her family, yet all her
husband wants is “peace and
comfort.”’

That’s not a very exciting pros-
pect for a younger wife.

We are meant to enjoy .life.
That’s why we are here. Instead
of enjoying life, your mother is

lies disaster,

Husband and wife must each go
half-way to meet the other. .To
snap out of that not uncommon
lethargy which comes to some
men in middle age, your father’s
doctor will be able to give him
a tonic,

Enthusiasm
He must then try to accept,
rather than rebel against, his

wife’s business interests, She has
fulfilled her primary duty in her
motherhood,

He should try to enter into her
projects more enthusiastically,
and congratulate her when she
does well. She is the sort that
evidently feeds on’ admiration.

If the inevitable consequence of
any of your mother’s friendships
is the disruption of the family
life, then she should surrender
those friendships.



Selling House

Noel Coward is selling Blue
Harbour, his place on the north-
ern shore of Jamaica. There are
three cottages on .a_ hillside
sloping to the sea, A coral reef
protects the private bathing
beach,

Coward built Blue Harbour
after the war. It is said to have
cost more than £20,000,

Now he is thinking of buying
another house in Jamaica. He
will look around when he goes
there in the winter.

Coward liked the seclusion of
Blue Harbour. He has no tele-
phone there. The cottage he
occupied himself has a_ large
verandah, a bedroom, bathroom
and drawingroom,

—L.E.S.

SSS SSS
GAULETY



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ber’ as far as she is concerned art, music, it ; : Neh much by skill, industrious é
7 Pars iage oride and ambition, can accomplis 2 i a
wer een ee mere ten left application. You like authority but ‘sorree ee t P i
him glow ust to ‘tag along while pe orders. Avoid extremes, overcome impatience, rues:
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younger | 4 pS 4 fh Me 4

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enjoying herself. And that way] Columbia Pictures

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‘PETER'S’ COCOA IS THE BEST |

For the busy life we live to-day

And to keep energetic for work and play
Just drink “PETER’S” Cocoa anytime

To bring contentment and happiness sublime

FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1952

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

ARIES —Maybe little to shout about to-day, but
March 21—April 20 don't minimize benefits, overlook advan- +

tages. Your practical efforts will progress.
lake extra care in personal affairs.
ambitions. Wisely combine your natural *
zifts with others’ knowledge; exercise tal-
ents in co-operative manner. Don’t rush! *

—Don’t jump at conclusions. At first ,
glance you may say, “no!” Look sharply

—There will be need of dipping into men-
tal resources, of employing ex ence and
keen common sense in all efforts. Avoid
outbursts, moods and personalities,

TAURUS
April 21 to May 20



—You may find day trying for your talents,

Buy it at your grocers to-day and save money on

—Action may break fast, unexpectedly. Be every tin.
prepared in known matters and others can

be handled with less confusion.

CANCER
June 22—July 23

14-Tb tin only 24 cents,
14-1b tin only 48 cents.

f clues, ad tages; th there. Stay
Tan This is a Nestle’s Product

—Fairly favourable rays; also problems
with which to contend. Right concern for
others may be'just the helping hand need-
ed. Romance favoured.

*

— Your day urges a determined front.
Group your talents for action, be resolved
to follow best leads and reward will be
fitting.

VIRGO
Aug. 23—Sept. 23
*
*

TO-NIGHT

LIBRA
Sept, 24—Oct. 23

—Excellent aspects for essentials, worthy

SCORPIO :
am endeavour, Allocate your action that you
Sete Be ey. may deal with important issues. Respon- *
sive period for initiative.
SAGITTARIUS —An agreeable, co-operative attitude for *

best results. You shrewd, alert ones will
have marked returns, but don’t over-esti-
mate your ability.

PIRATES DANCE

PARADISE BEACH
CLUB

CAPRICORN

Dec. 23—Jan. 21 _Kither directly or through others’ fa-

yours new advantages will be yours. Make
thoughtful preparations and don't neglect

little duties.
Â¥ *

—So-so for personal and many other af-
fairs to-day. Check over expenditures,
loans. Watch general indications.

*

Can be one of your top days if you are
sensibly active. Affairs of heart, home
should be most satisfying. Don’t fear new

PAY hs 1 for beauty, appreciate
YOU BORN TO-DAY have a love for beauty, &
. and things of true adornment. Librans have great

AQUARIUS
Jan. 22—Feb. 20

x
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*« Feb. 21—-March 20



Mr. Carib will be there with

Rutherford Birchard Hayes, 19th U.S. Pres.

x x x >

Birthdate of:

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Word's mearrwaent [| Bamsry Be Acton UT Geis ancarer &
ss alaes Rocky BREAKTHROUGH MYSTERY
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Plus New Tarzan Picture
TARZAN’S SAVAGE FURY
Lex BARKER

MacDonald Carey &

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IN AID OF

FUNDS of the CONVENT
ORDER of the
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HELP MAINTAIN THE WORK

Today's Special 1.30 p.m,
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OF TEXAS

and

TIMBER TRAIL
Monte HALE (Colo:,
“Midnite Special Tonite

ay's Special 1.30 p.m,
“MILLION DOLLAR
PURSUIT”
Penny Edwards &
“SOUTH of RIO”
Monte HALE

Midnite Tonite

PRINCE OF THE
PLAINS
Gene AUTRY &
ROBIN HOOD
OF TEXAS
Monte HALE

Today's Special
9.30 & 1.30
ABILENE TRAILS
Whip WILSON &

SIX GUN GOSPEL
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KEY WITNESS
with John Beal
and
OUTCAST OF
BLACK MESA
Char'es STARRETT

Midnite Special Tonite

MAN FROM TEXAS
Tex RITTER &

GUN LAW JUSTICE
Jimmy WAKELY

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FROM MONDAY 6TH 3 SHOW S DAILY 1.30, 5 and 8.30 P.M.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4,, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE THREE







Trinidad’s Bad Drivers To Be Routed

Driving Standard W.I. Cruise For —
Exceedingly Low New Italian Liner

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On children’s cuts,

CHECK DEFENSES ON ‘MIDWAY’ scratches and

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(From Our Own Correspondent) WASHINGTON
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 27 The Andrea Darin, the nev Italian luxury liner claime 1} use
ia : : to be the fastest vessel built in Europe since the war, will }
Trinidad’s bad drivers are to be routed accarding to

‘ i ; . make her first 17-day West ! 2s cruise ‘ebruary, 1953, |
Superintendent I. S. Paton, Police Traffic Officer, who dis- ake her first 17-day West Indies cruise in February, a





























































; i |
, tr. Willis McCo tl - ‘side ie £ ical
closed this week that road traps will be used to hold offend- . | s McC ~ , vice-pre ne " at the am Pi a , ,
xyenatr >i 1e€s M c é s the ‘ ? ) ‘
inc toutdriste, bee hann ine nce he as the 3. agent for the : )
Mr. Paton said that the standard of driving and road sia Pann erate ete aise = a
discipline in the island was exceedingly low and he was t West Lrctic \| | 1
: be ” hence : HE MODERN NTISE Cc
interested in positive measures which would lead to im- thi: : ie eee he egg ae eet
ee. ir, l cConnell said. It _ : .
provement, Will also be the first West Indian Sare: Non Potsonous
The campaign to be launched - b that any italian Line vessel | Dorsn’r Pain
shortly will be directed against = ja Paphpgs: y we wet : | l ‘ | ) SN’r Sr
reckless and other forms of ‘bad New ¥ hm Doria will leave | } Dorsn’r STAIN
diving. It will involve enforce- : ‘ Sa ne ae ae eee sqnwnry 80 , j | een Agents: T. S, GARRAWAY & (O., Bridgetown
ment of the Motor Vehicles and O [ : . M ng at St. Thomas, San Juar ;
Road Traffic Regulations and in- ecw s c a he Curacao, Cartagené *
struction in proper driving pro- z Te hee me, Hnvane In Carlisle Bay
eedure and road discipline L Hi 1 sb > ih vee d 11, Hes V |
As regards enforeement of the n ar em q she ie re pt ae oh 7 Phils H. D W — ia wim heidi
regulatio the Police Department . oe oe i. e accom- eline, Cy O.. Belq i
g tion © » a D a Counsello erdene
plans trengthening the Traffic (From Our Own Correspondent) 25 ~ —e oe t \ r. B mn ian Ricardo you RE SURE TO LIKE
3ranch by adding a number of ANTIGUA. ( \ 550 passengers on the West , Res
regular policemen and 40° Special On Saturday 20th September Indies cruise, allowing passengers ; ae. Al
Reserve Police Constables to its His Bxecelleney Sir Kenneth picnty of room aboard, and more Vincent dee Caz aoe ara a r
number in the very n future. Blackburne, Governer of the Lee- tinle ashore during stops at port Pn M aa B : itd
ward Islands met representatives . of .call.—B.U.P. on. Me be fror
PHOTOGRAPHS of the Leeward Islands Asspcia- WITH BRITISH OFFICERS looking on, U. S. personnel explain operations Guntime th tha) Menacdee tee : MILK PLUS
pomeaiaiiates tions in New York City at the 0m the air defense observation deck aboard the carrier Midway during ation "
$o far as instruction is concern- yiote; ‘Theresa, His Excellency “Operation Mainbrace.” The huge NATO naval maneuver in the North M D S a Sch. Timothy Van Sluytman, 76 tons
ee ke eee and was introduced to officers of Sea will draw toa close with the “Battle of Denmark.” (International) Vir. esousa Consigned to the Goheoner Owner’ Apna
strations by photographs anc : davinatl i Pres So itior * .
posters, demonstrations in public, Te etter ons anc es DOMINICA NEWSLETTER : Retires $.8. Nestor, 1075 tons fro Amsterdan
: Se : s z s. ; te aptain P. Reitsems nt
and gies ane att eee. In the skyline ballroom a col- ~——— » - . s Pp saubeae, Sons x Co on™
tional films to be s our party of British West Indian e e SS. Hugh, 4634 to rom Trinidad
out the Colony. : Vetesans’ with. their standards From Our Own Cecrespondens) mder Captain M. Reynolgs Agent
Mr. Paton said that the element —— SE aaa O L (Ica 1oO7 St. GEORGE’s, Sept. 30 DaCosta & ¢ La :
of surprise would be used to the ee aorae Sort whe re Mr. Robert de Sousa today re- wy. student Prine ay New!
full in the campaign and requests Stans ye Vi eed Bs oP tired as Managing Director of tana ;
for a “chance” would not be ee ar paperless United Messrs. Geo. F. Huggins & Co. Sch. Gardenia W. for Trir
heard no matter what the cireum- Mutua ife Insurance, (Anti- ocd “ui (Grenada) Ltd, after twenty-two me
statices. guan). Hon, Bertram Baker mem- years’ service first as head of the Seawell
“I am prepared,” he addec, ber New York State Assembly frm here when it was a branch
“for arguments that hardship may ee. “ 2 ae a (From Our Own Correspondent) ¥ he Trees poves, and fom . DEPARTURES
be caused if many of these reck- candida e or JS. Senate in Sid P July, 45. when it became a lim- o Trinidad October 2% / ad se
less drivers are driven from the forthcoming elections and Presi- DOMINICA, whose eight distilleries in 1948 produced ited liability company. a Me Boca pe oman ee Se cae NO NEE
roads, and against that I draw dent Burough of Brooklyn. Hon. 135,000 gallons of rum, only 5% of which was exported, In all, however, Mr. de Sousa stoute. H. Edwards, W. Kelley. J Doug an you to sleep soundly. ! B D TO ADD
attention to the extremely high Clarence Wilson, Judge Magis- (chiefly towhe Leeward Islands), is now very short of local has served the House of Huggins as, D. Grant, G. Hill, D. ‘Jones, J And nothing could be nicer... MILK OR SUGAR
fatal and serious accident rates on trate’s Court, Burough of Brook- +m Brands.{rom.Bi a i =a } little { . Trinid: for 40 odd years, being previously Hoed. R “pare yee tre hale Maralyn is creamy milk deliciously = |\—-—-—__—_—_—
the roads of this Colony, which lyn, (Antiguan). Attorney Ruth |: SARE RE RACE. OHS & She rom Trinidad, attached to the San Fernando and (.\)°G ‘“gpurriee, V) Bearden R. Thee flavoured, and enriched with ener-
are out of all reasonable propor- Whitehead Whaley, a New Yorker ,8Te imported to ease the shortage. Trinidad branches, . sore gising sugar, malt and yeast M AR Al YN
; an in re . The decrease in the production almost nothing juring the war As a businessman and citizen he Fer British Guiana October 4 ’ d ye Mi / TUN WILK Pt
tion. who is Secretary of the Board of 8 ‘ ; L. MacKenzie, R. Mack eA
“The answer is that, the bad Estimate N.Y.C. This lady °f rum began with the resuscita~ years. has been held here in the highest five} Mackenzic I Mackenzie N 4 BOVRIL QUALITY PRODUCT
drivers have to learn to drive though not a Leeward Islander #On in 1948-49 of the banana Lands which formerly grew esteem by persons of all walks of MacKenzie, P. MacKenzie, C) Duncan, ®
well. and carefully, taking no played a big part in the organi- industry which had dwindled to sugar cane were givea over to life ane le See knowledge Of Whlshex, Byisher a Abbensett
chances and allowing for any con- sation of Hurricane Relief for the cultivation of bananas, as the {0° and nimeg sperasians was G. Nicholls, @. Jordan, R. Goddard
; 7 soil 4 . hea Ne. an outstanding feature of his ,” q : ,
ingenc) : . J. K. ompson RS, aphy anc é ~oial hehe is pate :
t em csiialats th War dh hociel Ae yer ae . Th eens 7 Ste F d Son, peep hy n , ae commercial sense, this often be- fac Ro a wet ter, 'E tc
iis campé : ; r a a rom ritis . rely A sure _ nse benefi » Hosein Epicourt Burke, R. Bab
ac of the "rast majority of the Embassy P FOLWALA economical gown “ot bananas bythe general °° Wea, BM, St
people of Trinidad whether they ; than that of sugarcane. He played a leading art in Prem Bemerara Octoher 2, 1052
realise it or not. His Excellency wus then taken or B G The banana production sky- { » a th Joan and Lucille Bowen, Joan Hur
; ' re cen) e ounding the Grenada heatres ghey, Basil and Eile Armstrong
: : a _ ee A. Austin and » rocketed, and from an annual ex- H.td. in 1985, giving the island its Phomas and Claric Narain, George anc
ILLEGITIMACY : Mr. Hope Stephens in a luxuri- F f Net port of roughly a couple thousand Fmpire Theatre, and in recent Aas MeMurdoch, Reymond Theodor
ieee nee ° ous Cadilac (owned. by Anti- rom Overseas Press Service bunches during the w a zs Y to-date Ivy Guitva), Hilda & Corine Thompson
Mr. G. E. Mose, Chief Proba- gyuan Mr. Geor ; Under this heading New © var years, it years has run an up-to-date stock (ita Thompson, Jovoph Dinley, Vivier
at at ere : ‘ guan Mr, George Benta) to see : ding New Com- {s_ expected that this year’s and dairy farm at Baillie’s Bacolet, ‘“ernandes, Steniglew Wilkie, Mi Wo,
tion Officer, told a meeting here monwealth writes: “British export total will reach the 1,000,- Tomlinson, Lillier
last Thursday night we pe? which is run by an Antiguan Guiana’s new Constitution, bring- aon hat. att eeonomie boon porde, Beatrice Hayne
sah Trinidad’s ss are ie in iversal < suffrage : aoe ;
cent of Trinidad’s 1951 babies Father James Roberts. The 18 Universal adult suffrage and The total export for Septem- He will eontinue to hold a seal ,
a “a9 $a ; ministerial responsibility ill MAIL NOTICE
illegitimate. 4 chureh h te ‘ wi 1 : ae ¢ .
ae saking on “The Child u as a eapacity for 2,000 probably be introduced’ by the Der alone ought to be well over 28 © Director of the local house
tos'Tre Farms 3 Ce he made this 294 Father James Roberts does middle of next year. The Secretary 100,000 as the two shipments on \ ith Capt. EB. Earle Hughes and gai for gt. vincent, Grenada, ‘Teint
disclosure He made reference to t -_ work taking no salary for of State for the Colonies expressed the 5th and the 15th totalled ed ; Munre as joint Managing fad, damales, vis Trinkdad and British
the West Indian family structure : Mr yew __ this hope in an exchange of des- neatly 95,000 bunches, and a ry rere ii be closed nt the General Post
—the Trinidadian family in parti- Excelente ae tne a pathos with Sir Charles Woolley, boat is expected on the 29th to Ciliee as rider
ta) ; elt elle: D Is type oi e overnor during Augu: lord * ¢@ Parcel Mail at 10 a.m. on the 4th Octo
; -—and its main origins and ; , 5 F > ring August. lo oT : : “
ere that the self-same family housing at The Hill, luxurious When the change-over has been Dominica is second to only Mr, Barton Visits = ee em Es sh Octehee,
structure had continued _ persis- blocks. A number of people there effected, British Guiana will Jamaica in the British West 1088
tently down the years with certain Whe aiibide de toe, ee possess a bi-cameral legislature, rndies as an exporter of bananas. Grenada in Touch With Barbados

modifications» and _“eonsequently
we now find in this Colony that

the new Liberal Catholie Church

to the Leeward Islands for. Here,

of which the Lower House will
consist, of 24 elected members and

VRANGE CROPS;



St, David's, which has been ar



ST. GEORGE’S, Sept. 30.

Frederick & Nina



Coastal Station











\ i i . the Governor spoke an told three ex-officio members. The ————~ Arriving here last Sunday from Cable and Wireless (WT) Ltd. advise

54 per re a ao childyen = them that indeed there man ; Upper House will be a revisionary his year’s orange’ and grape+ Barbados on a week's visit was fit eite thins through their’ Barbados
1951 are ad out that these 8reat deal to bring them back to Chamber of nine members, six fruit crops are reported to be Mr. A, E. V. Barton, C.B.E., Sec- eer ae Nich ia al a 2 ee
fi eee, Se nel to the time the Leeward Islands, if only on to be nominated by the Governor, very promising, and it is expee- retary of the West Indian Com- SS Alwaki, $5 8 _ Silvestre,
iain toe there had been a signi- @ visit, climate, sea bathing and and it can exercise @ suspensory ied that if the growers make full mittee. are Scrat. "6's Lady halesn,

aye : 95 years nice people vote of one year on all Bills passed use of the new C.D.C. Packing Tomorrow afternoon he will Jylanta 88 Ballyholme Bay, 88. Pros
ficant fall over the past aToat 7 h oe by the elective chamber, other }Jant exports of these fruits will address a joint meeting of th¢ pector,’S 8 Italo Marsano, S'S Gaco
as the average for the years 192 During his recent visit to than money Bills, upon which it },it a new hight. Some of the hamber of Commerce, the Junior bus Fritzen, § 8 Alcoa Partner, $8
—1925 was 72.1 per cent. Washington, the Governor of the will have a suspensory vote of ,;owers. however “complain of (' ber and the Agriculturists on Og Bushil, 8 5B 10 Master os

, ‘hild in the Trinidad fam- peewee Islands, Sir Kenneth three months. I > hi h ec ts of | cking and it 1, ‘while on Thursday he Nordbo $5 La Rosa, $8 Argentina,
_ The ¢ uild in the ainly f at Blackburne visited the British - ot. 608 t . oe Ph ‘ki rieet the Tourists Board. 39% Urania, 8S Alcon Pesasus, $ S
ily, he 0 ee ee eo unte West Indies Labour Office and 2 The, Spnautsrtonal Commission ry ST nce te ea i+ called on His Honour the [olde Ameria, $8 Lochaarth, & 8
patterns: as atx, ha discussions -oncerni o 51 rafte » new fant Wik Renme tue & * Administrato r allace ace Tenavodua, & pUlamates Y eertu
(ii) The common law family. (ili) ae He Fastaiedll aa cement Constitution We ares he pew fruit that the Corporation estim- , ee whe due ee his yo or, * Be anager. pal an tae’. Freese BECAUSE... Wisdom toothbrushes have a correctly shaped
The grand-parent family, ae oe lent report on West Indians. His mendations are generally to be “ted it would. ; val and has visited several parts $$ Husvik, 8.8 Axio Victores, S handle, They're made to help you get into every crevice, even
the mother who staried life with Excellency was shown the pay adopted, included the interesting Another drawback to both cit- (f the island already, particularly C#â„¢pestre, 8S Mormacsea, S'S Shal the hardest to reach. More dentists favour the Wisdom shape
one relationship but had her life sheets which he said provided device of a joint session of both tus and banana cultivation and coa and nutmeg estates Penton ae rarest) tn eee "ile than that of any other toothbrush! Pure Bristle Nylon Adult
pyr yd Tomas = oats very encouraging reading and he ee at the diseretion of the export in Dominica the lack On Saturday afternoon he will Lochearn Nylon Junior and Nylon Baby
ed off, leaving r, usualy arte ci seaerest eat varkere GOVernor in the event of the of, good roads. There muct guest of honour at a luncheon -

her second baby. The grand-parent aie, ote aad = ee rejection of a Bill by the revision- ;ood land in the interior and on ¢iven by the Chamber of Com- THE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH
family andthe casual relationship pa Frc put u ate backs to it ary chamber. ne Windward coast which can- merce at the Santa Maria Hotel Rolex Watches
was where the children suffered WOU At a ually do well. He “the Secretary of State now not be fully exploited as very Which will also be attended by LOUIS L. BAYLEY MADE BY ADDIS LTD., OF HERTFORD
most, he said, and there was no Derr stead given every hope that proposes a modification in the jittle of their produce can be !!is Honour the Administrator Bolton Lane Seo
father fixation or parent-child employment of West Indian work of the joint session to clarify ,, ; ee deel Steet + - " ;
relationship. Labour to the United States ¢he procedure when a Bill 4s iaken to Roseau over the rugged | ‘

It was bad, said Mr, Mose, both would continue. amended, but not rejected, by the hill tracks or ia fishing canoe via |
for the child and the parent, as __ _ SC per Chamber. He has decided the rough At antic, ag
neither father nor mother had any also that the life of the Legislature , AMtilles Products Limited, who |
definite satisfaction in life. the period under review imports is to be four years and the name handle the Island’s bananas, are

There was no example in the totalled $164,973,023 and exports of the Executive Council should how offering shipping space to | : s s
home, no father’s authority, no $159,170,317, making the unfay- not be changed to that of the Court England for any available citrus a oints o view
one to give the lead, no paragon. ourable trade balance $5,802,706. of Policy as suggested by the fruits.

of the home was
precarious and the child began
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The economy

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without it, was to leave the door more than $19,000,000. wulsns = all ac ie Re consin, US.A., 27 returned by all bu |
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bility or to acute moral tension, ; RABIES : UThat inn population of under Some disgruntled ones reported
Then the Probation Chief said: —=———— nly. 450,000 s 60.000 of those who dissatisfaction with” the working
“These children were called upon | There is an epidemic of paraly- %°, SOR Wy ‘ ; ay : J
s : » rabi ae : > qualify as voters are expected to conditions and gave this as a
to shoulder what at their age was tic rabies in various parts of qua ag f th ‘idence reason for their return
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‘ ? ~ ae Fe. 4 . why hastening slowly has so often But it was understood from a
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delinqueney stems.” : dying after being bitten by the “@yY in the dependent territori¢ ricultural concerns in Wisconsir
x yampire bats (Desmodus Rufus) felt ns were too many a
" ~ Y A . re n r 25 j 2c West ndian and decidec o
TRADE DEFICIT : which transmit rabie nfections.
nn Mass innoculation o? animals Open Debate end back a few. Before very |
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Saturday, October 4, 1952

ROCKLEY BEACH

ONE would have thought that the warn-
ings which have repeatedly been given in
Barbados as to the necessity for legislation
to protect the disappearing beauty of the
island would have been followed by action.

Instead no attention has been paid to
these warnings and the abolition of beauty
continues unchecked and with increased
zeal.

This week everyone who passed Rockley
Beach was horrified to notice the felling
of large shade trees and the bulldozing of
sand.

Everyone was horrified because no one
would have expected that trees would have
been felled, or sand bulldozed on one of
the few beaches near Bridgetown which
the public can freely approach.

Persons with long memories remember
how the sea has on more than one occasion
encroached upon the beach as far as the
roots of the trees which have now been
destroyed. They hopefully concluded that
the danger from recurring tides would
alone have protected these trees from the
axe. But their hopes have been dashed to
the ground and what has happened at
Rockley Beach this week illustrates only
too clearly the necessity for government
intervention to protect what little unspoilt
beauty remains on the West Coast of Bar
bados. If a Town and Country Plannin;
Bill cannot be enacted in time to stop what
ever schemes are being planned for Rock
ley Beach, there seems a clear case for th
government acquiring this beach under thi
Compulsory Acquisition Act. For the gov
ernment to sit idly by and watch Rockley
Béach taken from the people would b
strange action indeed.

Apart from the beauty of the trees anc
the utilitarian purpose they
breakwaters in the possible event of en
croaching tides, the Beach at Rockley is th«
enly open beach between Browne's Beach
and St. Lawrence Gap which is available
at all times to the public. The beach at
Gravesend cannot be used during firins
practice and the two clubs in Bay Stree
are open only to members. ‘T’o allow an)
more building on Rockley Beach than wha‘
has already taken place would be to neglec!
the interests of the many thousands whi
can now freely approach and enjoy thé
amenities of the seaside without any majo)
expense. Rockley Beach is the peoples’
beach, one of the few beaches in Barbados
where all classes of society can be found
sharing without fear or privilege the
natural blessings of the island.

In recent years Casuarina trees and coco-
nut trees have been planted on this beach
and it was hoped that the increased shad
which these trees provided would have
added to the attractions of the beach anc
would have provided additional resistance
to tides should they continue to advanc¢
towards the road as they have advanced i!
previous years.

The destruction of trees at any time in
an island which has suffered much already
from unintelligent destruction of trees 1:
regrettable: but when trees which serve 2
useful protective purpose as well as pro-
viding welcome shade are removed from
the popular Rockley Beach public outery is
justifiable. What is the government going
to do? How long’ will the despoilers ol
beauty enjoy freedom to do as they like
irrespective of the damage caused to the
community?

served a

Water-Logged

THE heavy rains which have turned
many parts of St. Lucy into roaring tor-
rents, turned dry ponds into small lakes,
and flooded small bridges will not have
been wasted if they have shown to the
responsible government authorities the
tendency of the government owned land
at Clincketts to flooding in certain parts.

Obviously if the government intends to
turn land at Clincketts which is unusually
fertile and which is now profitably culti-
vated by small tenant farmers into a build-
ing site, the capacity of this site to absorb
or retain water is worth discovering. The
heavy rains which have occurred in St
Lucy this week are not exceptional and
may be expected every year.

A visit to Clincketts today might per-
suade those who recommended this site
for building to alter their opinion and so
preserve the taxpayers money for some
more profitable undertaking.

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CHARLES CHENERY




The Complete Journalist cate” should attach itself to ne
party. It w not always easy to

Charles Lynch Chenery, the follow such a course. The forces
on of Thomas William Chenery, of democracy were beginning to
was born in Barbados in 1866. He gather strength in the island and
attended Harrison College during men in public life were being
the days of Horace Deighton who asked to declare exactly where

thought highly of him as a clas- they stood. Chenery saw that the
democratic movement was a nat-

sical scholar. He did mot win the ural and inevitable development
nes ca 2 but he was resolved that he would
ng school, he worked for short take no side in the great conflict
oe . ~_. that was beginning to arouse the
periods first with a business political consciousness of the
house in Bridgetown and then in people. A man of iron will, he
the Civil Service. But the Ser- refysed to be hurried along by the
vice at that time offered young avalanche that seemed to be
men little opportunities for pro- sweeping through thé island. He
motion and Chenery soon joined was determined, in spite of the
the staff of the West Indian and rising tide, to follow an inde-
Panama Telegraph Company, pendent course in public life,
serving for a few years with the keeping an open mind on every
company’s branches in Panama question and resolving every issue
and Jamaica. on its merits
















This policy was to cause his de-
feat on the two occasions when he
tried to get elected to the House

Chenery’s great cpportunity
came to him when his brother-
in-law, Valence Gale, started 06 4 combly. Perhaps

: Sas ae ; ‘ 3 aps one of the
the “Advocate” and SnVieS 4 most significant events of his life
to become assistant editor and wos; the bye election he fought in
\eader-writer. For thirteen years 1923 with the candidate of the
he worked with his brother-iN- Democratic League, C. A.
law aS second in command and, (Chrissy) Braithwaite, for a seat
when Gale died in 1908, he be- in the Assembly. For many people
came editor of the newspaper, it was a difficult choice to make.
holding that responsible post Chenery had been writing for
until his death in 1925. nearly thirty years and the value

of his services were widely recog-
At the age of 29 years, Chen- nised He had shown a profound
ry had thus found his vocation knowledge of the island’s pro-

and for thirty years he was to ee aS ie —

5 . “ensi , rj » any ‘as 2S 1é ) re. ove

Ramee _unaenney $0 wee ae those problems Braithwaite, on
By OCaNs #0: cers > the other hand, was regarded as

position it occupied at the timé the standard-bearer of the new

of his death. As brother-in-law Geanocracy. He had been hailed

of the founder and first cousin ;

of Thomas Chenery, the editor

of the London Times, he had a

double reason to give of his best

to raise the standard of journal-

ism in the island. From the

outset he showed a natural gift

for writing and he set out to

make himself the complete

journalist, “He wrote poetry

shyly, but well,” said a con-

temporary “He knew no short-

hand but his reports of meetings
were frequently more exact and
illuminating than thoge of the
nost conscientious reporter. He
would write up a cricket match
ts easily as he could condense
into a lucid statement the verbi-
ige of a dull afternoon in the
House of Assembly. Perhaps this
power of rapid condensation and
brilliant description was his
nost notable characteristic.”

Chenery’s gifts as an all-round
journalist were not long in
making themselves felt outside
island. After the hurricare
of i898, he sent to the Daily
Mail descriptions of the loss olf
life and damage to property sus-
tained by the island and the
publication of his articles in that
newspaper was mainly responsi-
ble for the Mansion House Fund
and for the grant from the
British Government which ena-
bled Barbados to undertake the
work of reconstruction, Four
years later he was sent by the
“Advocate” to report on the
voleanic eruption in Martinique
and his despatches gave a _ real-
istic account of the damage done
by that fearful visitation, In 1907
he accompanied Sie Daniel Mor-
ris and an agricultural committee
to Jamaica and his description of
the earthquake that completely
destroyed the city of Kingston,
during his stay in that colony,
brought a vivid picture of the
damage to the eyes of West
Indian readers,

he

Though his descriptive powers
were considerable, it was his
competence as a_ leader-writer
that was to make Chenery out-
standing among the journalists
of his day. He quickly developed
an easy, flexible style of writing
that could get to the crux of a
problem in simple terms or
develop an argument wiin the as the downright champion of the

CHARLES

force of unanswerable logic. He people’s rights and was, more- Although his newspaper owed its hat’. i hat

made himself a master of tha over, supported by the mighty financial life-blood to the few, pes ata es Ae se alee tren ay 7 & check effects,
business of public finance and his forces of the Democratic League. Chenery stood firmly for the nobody could drown themselves ir grey or fawn
articles on financial matters were In the circumstances of the time, rights of all men against the water (there’s no ban on other liquor) ce
described as “always brilliant, it Was perhaps inevitable that the ;

penetrating and lucid.” protagonist of the new democracy

should win against the editor who
Gradually Chenery made his had given many years of distin-
way to the forefront of Barba- guished service to the community.
lian journalists until his only For Braithwaite was the people’s
rival in the field was Woodbine c4ndidate, whose warmth and
Ford. “Both of these men,” Clen- !oqduacity on every public issue
nell Wickham once wrote, “, . . “a5 a distinct contrast to the wary
had nicknames, Woodbine Ford editor whose policy, in the popu-
was “Woody”: Chenery was lar view, seemed to err too much
‘Shen Shen’, They were’ exactly on the side of caution.

opposite in figure, in manner and

in their style of writing. Ford ,,;
was a short, brisk, dapper figure. qj
There was an air of assertive- “Advocate” lis ¢

ness, even combativeness about criticising thins barecetl of a om
him, He could not be ignoted in mission that had been appointed
any crowd, And he made him- to control food prices in Barba-
self feared in eVery quarter, dos. The Governor, Sir Leslie
When he was roused, and he was Probyn, considered that the publi-
often roused, he gave no quarter cation of that letter was an of-
and he feared no man, He fence against the Public Safety
deliberately chose the most vio- Act of 1914 and at his instance
lent language and the most Chenery was prosecuted and fined
scathing terms of denunciation, ©10. It was a grievous blow for
Chenery’s was a tall, slim, deli- * sensitive man who prided him-
cate figure, with a’ pronounced self on the long and disinterested
stoop. A thin, intellectual face, service He had given the ‘island.
a flashing eye, and light silky But tn. the public view: the convic-
hair} smpleted a rather dis- tion was no disgrace for it was
tingaistiod appearance, He a8 te in eae setae ee coe

Was acted in the interests of the com-
first, last and always a journal- munity.

ist,”





















Chenery

tter

; was to suffer another
disappointment in another
direction. On one occasion the

The Political Arena ren oe

Chenery knew that he would be
compared with Woatbine Ford
sometimes to his own disadvan-
tage. Yet he was determined that
his style and methods should be
different from his rival’s. The
latter belonged to the older tradi-
tion of Barbadian journalists
whose views on public affairs were
largely influenced by personal
considerations. Chenery had re-
solved, like his brother-in-law,
that he would not appeal to the
passions and prejudices of men.

That Chenery would have been
an asset in active public life is
indicated by his record as Chair-
man of the Highway and Sanitary
Boards. He had a flair for execu-
tive work and was at His best when
he had to control a large num-
ber of men and to steer his course
through a maze of cross currents.

He was a careful man who waited
until he obtained all the facts of
a case before he came to a decis-
ion. He stubbornly refused to
prejudge any issue and his prac-
tice of examining every piece of
evidence with meticulous. care
gave him a well-deserved reputa-
tion for sound judgment. It is
not surprising that he succeeded
in securing the position of the
“Advocate” as the leading news-
paper in the island

He sought to be firm in argument
without being personal and .hus-
ive. He felt it was his missi>n to
lift Barbadian journalism from
the low standard to which it had
fallen, by making it temperate and
ypen to reason. That task he ap-
proached with the spirit of a
man who was proud of the
achievements of his distinguished
relative on the “Times” and who
vas determined to show that he
was worthy of such a relationship

But these characteristics, though
invaluable for-a man of affairs,
may well have caused his failure

in the political area. There were
Valence Gale, Chenery critics to say that he had been too
tcl » the policy that the “Advo- obsessed with the idea to make



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to avoid vulgarity, he had de-
veloped a cautious policy which
could neither be explained by him
nor understood by his readers.
He had to face the charge that
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posted on the weather especially during
the hurricane season. So far as I know
we're still waiting, although the world

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at his best when, like Agag, he
walked delicately.

But these are the comments of
opponents in the heat of political
battle. Much of the misunder-
standing Chenery had to face was
due to the fact that he was not
of a warm and enthusiastic nature.
He kept himself aloof from the
hurly burly of the political world
and lived a lonely life, admitting
few persons to an intimate friend-
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record were to convince the com-
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ces and the loftiness of his ideals.
He persevered in the course he
had set himself, confident that in
the end the public would approve
his aims and his methods. His
policy was similar to that adopted
by his celebrated cousin when
England was divided between the
conflicting doctrines of Glad-
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steer the “Advocate” through a
middle course, as Thomas Chenery
had steered the “Times,” with a

the money goes these days I don’t ex
pect the met. boys are going to see any,
but surely what Tittle met. news comes
our way could be given to the news-
papers for publication. People are more
interested in weather forecasts than hur-
ricane hints. The other day when rum-
ours of an approaching storm were
spread in the usual panicking fashion
people at the seaside rushed back home
Next morning there was not a word
about all this in the newspapers, al-
though warnings had been given over
the wire service the night before. Never
mind Rawson tried and failed in 1872
And nobody as you will have noted last
week is considered crazy.

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thrives on it especially where you'd
least expect) tells me that much head AMERICA
scratching is going on among the groups FRANCE
to find a name for the inhabitants of the E NGLAND

British Caribbean Dominion when it is
formed. British Caribs has been sug
gested in a light-hearted way by the |
leading newspaper but there must be

lots of brighter ideas lying dormant
Carabinieri ought t6 be'rejected as imi-
tation, however suited it may be t:
newly enfranchised nationals. Caraboon=
sounds lovely but too peaceful for such
warlike spirits. British Caribs sourd
like a patent medicine.



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Creoles would be short and to the
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Antillians would be ruled out becaus¢
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britons or Britonantils seems just what
we are looking for. In that case I plug
for Antilbrittania as the name of the
new Dominion.

Of course if I, became the first Prime};
Minister I would at once change the
name to Atlantis Nova and become the
first Atalantan. Shucks.

Wednesday—









They’li buoy

They tell me that nexi oor up in the
Monday is Hot Weather Holiday. hottest weather;
¢ cheer you through

Coming up soon is Peacemakers Holi
day. In August we had a Bank Holiday
Somehow July got left out. Why no:
Beachcombers holiday in July? In Jun:
of course we're all right and in Mav
Then there’s April, sometimes Februa™)
and of course January. Naturally with
all these holidays people jive and jump
up, They tell me that in Queen’s Park
they go on dancing until three in tho
a.m. Poor Constitution dwellers. May be

a stifling day —

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marked bias towards Liberalism. warp hairlines

rights of any one section. And
while he was no partisan of the
Democratic League, he used all
the resources of his powerful
advocacy to further every project
that was for the good of the com-
munity as a whole.

The truth. is that Chenery’s
caution did not blunt his sense
of justice. Once he was con-
vinced of the rightness of a cause
he would appoint himself its un-
compromising champion. Time
and again he called for an im-
provement in the Civil Service,
and his unhappy experience in his
younger days gave added power
to his advocacy. It was largely
due to his strong support in the
Press that Charles Pitcher Clarke
was able to get the Income Tax
Act on the statute book of the
island. He fought for improved
facilities for education, for bette:
roads and sanitary conveniences,

I’m wondering whether the P.A. Field
couldn’t be used for the-all and leave the Park clean, bright and fu.)
of beauty for the persecuted citizen
like myself who dare to think for them-
selves when the Empire-builders know
all the answers. (Quite crazy.)



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suggested a revival of the whale indus-
try to help us with the family meal.
There were no whales caught in 1913 1
read the other day in one of my quie‘
periods but as the book was published
that year I have nothing further «to re
port. But there was a whale industry
and on one of the Grenadine islands
there stood a whale refinery. Two use:
were made of the whale. They ate th¢
flesh and drank the oil. Nowadays th
only reference to the industry I can hea
is when bright young things tell yeu
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He gave his powerful support to
such Liberal measures as old age
pensions, compulsory education
and the abolition of child labour.
Gradually the public came to ap-
preciate the sterling sincerity of
the man and his burning desire
to leave Barbados a better and
oe place than he had found
t.

Friday—You’ve got to hand it to the girl
and boys and even little children wh; ;
parade up and down’the streets advé:
tising religious wares. Far more con

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Herrings in Sauce

Chenery’s great Mackerel

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native land was that he gave i: structive I think than the notice on, thy Pilchards Veg. Salad

an organ of independent opinion Cathedral door warning Anglicans no vane Cloves

at a turning point in its political t : mater Nutmegs

and social history, He established o marry Roman Catholics. oo White Pepper

the “Advocate” as the guardian of ‘

the public welfare. He made it « Saturday—Calypso died of grief becaus: | Anchovies eae HOLIDAY: MONDAY
dispassionate judge of men and Odysseus did her wrong. That is why Salt Fish ;
events. He informed and direct- Cal : Calls for

ed public opinion ih such a way alypso was chosen to represent the

Calls for Canada Drinks
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as to steer the island safely be-
tween the Scylla of reaction and
the Charybdis of revolution. That

songs. of broken-hearted people wh.
hummed snatches of English hymn tune: |

(3 sizes) ee ae ee
was the great enthusiasm to which to themselves around the camp-fires Anchor Butter The Flavour is always right
he had devoted thirty years of Cheese —Serve Gold Braid Rum
his life. His clear vision, his s = ‘ Lobster Paste (3-year-old)
keen intellect and his sound not have civic rights. Meat Paste



judgment made him successful in Somebody please clip this out and Fresh Sausages

the great undertaking of his. life : i Minced Steak —
= ts tetar banter Mae season send it to the Boy who has gone in search Sweet Breads } vient a
back to Barbadian journalism of further education. ee

and to make the “Advocate” one
of the well-established traditions
of the island,

Ask Captain Raison if you don’t be-
lieve me.

P.S. Calypso lived
‘sland like Pelican.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1

for people engaged in sed

development was impossible

Dr, Harlow whose duties are to
travel around the Colonial terri-
tories to give advice on develop-
ment in technical education, ar-
rived here on Wednesday night
from England via Jamaica and
Trinidad, He is a guest at the
Marine Hotel.

He said that he had _ visited
practically all the British Colonial
territories, but this was his first
trip to the Caribbean area.

Dr. Harlow pointed out that the
territories which did not modern-
ise their edueational system and
use technical ‘phenomena as a
modern medium of cultural edu-
cation for this age which was con-
ditioned by ethnological ad-
vancement, must inevitably be
left behind.

“There seems to be a mistaken
idea in many territories that crafts-
men occupy lower positions in the
social scale. This is due to the
fact that hitherto, there have been
few opportunities as in more ad-
vanced countries for craftsmen to
rise to remunerative positions of
resnonsibility.”

The remedy for
was to provide technical educa-
tion and to attract to craft and
technical work, young people with
better education,

“I do not know what the posi-
tion is in the Caribbean” Dr. Har-
low said, “but I have found in
many territories, a complete lack
of what may be termed, the non-
commisstoned officers of industry,
positions to which craftsmen
riven facilities for technical educa-
tion can aspire to.”

Without educated craftsmen oc-
cupying positions of responsibility,

this he said

the training of apprentices within
industry was impossible. Until
such were available nrovision

must be made in-technical institu-
tions for basic training in in-
dustrial crafts.

Good Investment

“There can be no question that
money spent on sound technical
education is a good investment for
future economic and social devel.
opment” he said and added that it

hed been realised particularly in
East and West Africa where ex-
tensive plans for technical educa-
tion at all levels preceded by
practical forms of education in the

schools had been made,

It is to be hoped that similar
advancement may be made in the
Caribbean,

Dr. Harlow who has _ been
seconded by the Colonial Office
to the South Pacific, Commission
to advise them on development in
technical education for the South
Pacific islands will be returning
there at the end of his Caribbean
tour to complete his work for the
South Pacific Commission.

Dr. F. J. Harlow was entertain-
ed to luncheon by His Excellency
the Governor und Lady Savage
at Government House on Thurs-
dav. . )

Dr. Harlow had an_ interview
with Sir George Seel, Comovtroller
for Development and Welfare the
me day and also had talks with
Major G. Reed, Director of
educatic and his staff.

. Yesterday morning he met Mr.



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Jim Kellman, Acting Colonial
Fngineer and in the afternoon had
discussions with the Hon'ble the

Colonial Secretary.



District “E” Had
Heaviest Showers

During the week there have
been heavy showers during the
night in the country districts but
the heaviest shower fell on
Thursday night when District “E”
St. Peter had over two inches of
rain. Some residents got up
yesterday morning and found
their yards flooded but no reports
of damages were received by the
Sub Station.



District “C” St. Philip also had
heavy showers and one inch and
eight parts of rain fell there.
Figures for other districts were
Central Station 17 parts, District
“B” Boarded Hall 25 parts, Dis-
trict “D” five parts, District “F”

18 parts, Holetown 12 parts, Four




Roads, St. John 170 parts, Crab
Hill, St. Lucy one inch and 53
parts and Belleplaine. St. Andrew

three parts.

On Wednesday night two inches
and 80 parts of rain were recorded
at St. James while District “E”
and Crab’ Hill, St. Lucy thad one
inch and 33 parts and one inch
and 27 parts respectively,

Up to 6 p.m. yesterday there
were no heavy showers in any
part of the island,



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"Nestor Calls
With General
Cargo

The Dutch steamer “Nestor”
steamed into port at daybreak
yesterday. The steamer, which
arrived from Amsterdam, brought
general cargo and a number of
tourists to the island.

_The ship is equipped with four
air-conditioning machines which
preserve the cargo which is being
conveyed. These machines are
located on the aft deck but the
air-conditioning system runs
throughout the hold of the ship.

Mr. A. Van Wezel, the Chief
Engineer of the vessel, told the
Advocate reporter yesterday that
formerly, potatoes had to be ship-
ped in crates to avoid the possibil<
ity of spoiling, but the new sys-
tem allows for the shipment of
potatoes and other goods in bags
The “Nestor” brought a total of
3,470 -bags and 1,644 crates of
potatoes together with 20 cartons
of cauliflowers which are the chiei
goods on trial.

“On our homeward voyage”
Mr. Van Wezel said “we will load
a quantity of fruit at Maracaibo
which, will be placed in the air-
conditioning hold’,



IN the Assistant Court of Appeal
yesterday Their Honours Mr. H.
A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell confirmed the decision
of His Worship Mr. C. L. Wal-
wyn, Police Magistrate of District
‘A” who fined Matthew Lovell, a
labourer of Rockley, Christ Church
25/- to be paid in 14 days or 14
days’ imprisonment for inflicting
bodily Harm ‘on Etha Licorish.

The. offence was committed on
January 21,1952. Lovell appealed
against Mr.. Walwyn’'s decision
and was yesterday ordered to pay
the costs of appeal which amount-
ed to 9/8.

Etha Licorish told the court
that on January 21 about 7.30
a.m. she was in her ground at
Rockley picking some fruits when
the defendant came across to her
and began to argue. In the argu-
ment the defendant hit her on the
shoulder With a stick and she had
to go to the Hospital where she
was attended by Dr. Vaughan,

Isalene Griffith also said that
the defendant hit Licorish with a
stick

Maithew Lovell said that on
January 21 he saw Licorish and
her children picking fruits in his
and. He spoke to them and one
of the children took up an iron
stake and hit him with it.

Before confirming the decision,
Their Honours told Lovell that on
the evidence before them they
could not do anything else than
to confirm the decision of the
Police Magistrate,

DEATH BY MiSADVENTURE

Besides the large quantity of
potatoes, the ,“Nestor” ‘hrought
1295 crates of onions, 200 car-
tons of Perlstein beer, 200 car-
tons of light lager beer, 27 cases
of meat preserves, 60 bags of
superphosphate, 10 cases of tinned
eream, 10 cartons of ham, 7 cases
of cheese, 20 bags of barley and
35 bags of rolled oats,Other cargo
consisted of pocket knives, lamp
chimneys, printing paper ana
cycle locks. Captain P. Reitsema
is in command of the vessel which
is consigned to S.,P. Musson, Son
& Co., Ltd.

SCHOONER LEAVES

The schooner Gardenia W. left
port yesterday for Trinidad under
Captain C, Wallace. Its cargo
consisted of 1313 containers and
100 barrels of rum together with
187 empty cylinders. The 48 ton
vessel has a crew of nine and is
earrying two passengers to Trini-
dad. The vessel is consigned to
the Schooner Owners’ Association.

MOLASSES FOR
NEWFOUNDLAND

“DEATH by misadventure was
the verdict returned by a_ nine-







The motor vessel Student Prince
left for Newfoundland on Thurs-

; r man jury when the inquiry touch-
day night, While here, the ing the death of 33-year-old Lloyd
Student Prince loaded 149 pun- Mayers of Horse Hill, St. Joseph

cheons, 323 barrels and 5,480 car-
tons of molasses. The vessel is
consigned to W. S. Monroe & Co.,
Ltd.. and is under the command
of Captain H. Thomasen.

ended yesterday before His Wor-
ship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting
Police Coroner of District “A”.
Mayers who was taken to the
General Hospital on September
28 suffering from an injured spine
died there on October 1. Dr. A. S.
Cato who performed the post
mortem examination at the Gen-
eral Hospital Mortuary said that
the neck of the deceased was
broken and the spine injured
In his opinion death was due
to a broken neck and an injured

ON DRY DOCK

The Lord Combermere went on
dry dock yesterday morning after
the schooner Emeline had come
off dock. The Emeline went on
dry dock on the completion of
repairs to the motor vessel
Ricardo Arias, The Emeline came

ine, he injuri > :
off dock yesterday afternoon after ee have bead bya tail
repairs to her had been com- One witness told the court yes-
pleted. The Lord Combermere terday that while

the deceased
was carrying two bags of flour on
his head on Horse Hill on Septem-
ber 28, he slipped on the road
and both bags fell to the ground.
The :deceased said that he had
broken his back and asked to. be
taken to the General Hospital.
+ + *

A NINE-MAN JURY returned
a verdict of death by misadven-
ture to Acting Coroner G. B
Griffith when the inquiry into the
circumstances surrounding the
death of Lyle Warner (19) of
Montrose, Christ Church was con-
cluded at the District “A” Police
Court yesterday afternoon.

Lyle Warner was detained at
the General Hospital on Septem-
ber 27 about 10.45 p.m. after he
was involved in an accident on
Gall Hill, Christ Church about
10.30 p.m. the same day while
riding a motor cycle. He died the
same night.

Dr. A. S. Cato who perform«
the post mortem examination on
September 28 at the General Hos-
pital Mortuary attributed death to

went on dock to undergo general
all round repairs and repainting.



Committee To’
Preserve Beaches

His Excellency the Governor has
appointed a committee under the
Chairmanship of The Member of
the Executive Committee in charge
of Public Works with the follow-
ing terms of reference:—

“To make recommendations from
time to time to Government—
(a) for preserving existing
rights of way to beaches and
for acquiring additional
rights of way;
for the purchase of land
especially along the seashore
to be used as places of re-
creation by the public;
(c) for the preservation of
natural beauty spots whether
by purchase or otherwise.”

(b)

2. The other members of the @ fractured skull and cerebral
Committee are;— haemorrhage

Yesterday two witnesses told

T. E. Went, Esquire, M.B.E., the Court that the deceased col-

The Hon. Dr. A. S. Cato, M.L.C., lided with a wall on Gall Hill

Neville Connell, Esquire, M.A. while riding his motor cycle on

A. C. Boyce, Esquire. September 27.

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Appeal Judges Confirm
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DECREES NISI

In the Court of Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes, His Lordship
the Chief Justice Sir Allan Colly-
more yesterday granted decret
nisi in the suit of D, M. Thomas,
petitioner against F. C, Thomas
respondent.

Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., instruct-
ed by Messrs. Cottle, Catford &
Co appeared for the petitioner.

Decree nisi was also granted
in the suit S. M. Murphy, petitipner
against K. A. Murphy, respondent.

Mr. J. S. B. Dear instructed by
Messrs. Yearwood & Boye e,
Solicitors, appeared for the ‘ti-

tioner.
PETITIONS GRANTED

IN the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, His Lordship Mr, J. W. B.

Chenery granted the petition of
Priscilla Jane Griffith of Bush
Hall, St. Michael, for the letters

of administration to the estate of
her husband Charles Griffith de-
ceased.

Mr. G. W. Farmer instructed

by Carrington & Sealy, Solicitor
appeared on behalf of the peti-
tioner.

* 4

Petition of Inez Keturah Goslin
of Holligan Road, Bank Hall,
spinster, granted for letters of
administration to the estate of her

father William Goslin deceased.
Mr. E. W. Barrow instructed by
Messrs. Haynes & Griffith, Solici-

tors, appeared for Wheypetitiones,
7 * "

The petition of Eileen Ismay
Leslie of Lower Collymore Rock,
St. Michael, was granted for
letters of administration to the
estate of her husband Alvin El-
rington Leslie deceased

Mr. F. G. Smith instructed by
Messrs Haynes & Griffith, Solici-
tors, appeared for the petitioner,

His Lordship Mr. J. W B
Che..ery granted the petition of
Carmen Christine Estwick of Day-
rells Road, Christ Church, for let-
ters of administration to the estate
of her husband Lambert Estwick
deceased.

Mr. G. W. Farmer ructed
by Messrs Hutchinson & Banfield
appeared on behalf of the peti-

tioner

Petition of Wilbert Stanley
Blackman of Springhead St.
James, granted for letters of
administration to the estate of his
father William Orlando Blackman
late of Springhead, St. James,
deceased Mr. J. S .B. Dear in-
structed by Hutchinson & Banfield
appeared for. the petitions

Letters of administration were
granted in the petition of Alber-
tha Parris of Ebeneze Village,
St. Philip, to the estate of her
vusband = Granville Theophilus
Parris deceased

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millers blended their flour fro
he grades of wheat availabt
depending on what they thought

best suited to the needs and parti-

cular purposes of the variou
markets.
Fewer Dollars

For that reason, they felt
the island would spend = f2ws
dollars if merchan‘s wer given
the choice of purchasing the type
of flour they cofmsidered most
suitable. :

They agreed that it was logical
to standardise on one grade ¢
flour during the war because ol
transport difficulties and oth

problems, and added that while
was thought that there should
still be control on dollar expendi-
ture—and it was fairly clear
anybody in the Sterling Block had
to be concerned about dollai
penditure—there was no reas(
why they could not revert to bi
ing different grades diff
prices, still maintaining control
the dollar expenditure by w
limiting the total quantity
ported.

They felt that such a step
be to the advantage of Barbados
because when one went back
the basic principles of free trade
Barbadian traders were shrewd
and had earned a reputation for
knowing their markets

They said that the concession

that

t

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at

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im-

a

Wor

i
to

appeared behalf of

tioner.

on the peti-

4

Petition of Mr. Cyril Bruce

Brooks, Solicitor, of James Street, the Biscuit Factory to bring in
Bridgetown, the constituted at- Special type of flour was only on
torney of Violet Bryant of New of the steps which they wert
York City, United States. was advocating, and added that ju
granted for letters of administra- 9S it was logical to allow them
tion to the estate of James purchase a special flour for
Andrews deceased, special commodity, it was also
Miss M. A. Reece instructed by logical for bakers to buy a speciil

Messrs Yearwood & Boyce, Solici- flour, and shop-keepers a type sui

tors, appeared for the petitioner, ed to tHeir respective nee
* * * always taking the cost ino
His Lordship Mr. J, W. B, account.
Chenery granted the petition of . :
Mr, Cyril Bruce Brooks, Solicitor Less Expensive
the constituted attorney of Gilbert ove 5
E. Morgan ‘of New York City, The delegation felt that if

shop-keeper could find a less e

U.S.A. for letters of administration ‘
pensive flour that would serve t'




to the estate of Caroline Wil- ;
helmina Goodman Morgan, de- People of Barbados, they shou
coused. be given the privilege of buying
Miss M. A. Reece instructed by This would mean spending fe
Messrs. Yearwood & Boyce, dollars.
Solicitors, appeared for the peti- Barbados, they said, was gettir
tioner all the flour necessary for
4 . i 3 needs, and they felt that if the
WILL RE-SEALED kept the same dollar limitation
His Lordship The Chief Justic: 2nd allowed the merchant

purchase their particular grace

Sir Allan Collymore in the Court



of Ordinary yesterday | re-sealed they would be much happier
the will of “George Alexandr They recalled how during
Ritchie of Glasgow, Scotland, war, Canada gave gifts of flour |
proved in the Sheriff Court. of Barbados, and said they did
Lanarkshire and registered in the think that the people here full
t1ooks of the Lords of Council and realised the value of such contri
Session, Edinburgh, Scotland. butions. It was a matter of very
The application was made by vital importance to the people of
Messrs. Cottle, Catford & Co. the ae West Indies that they
A a Supplied flour when condition
BACK TO APPEAL COURT: were very difficult, producing

“utility” grade, a sort of compri

mise between the better

and the less expensive types
The International Wheat Agrec

In the Court of Chancery yes-
terday His Lordship the Chief
Justice Sir Allan Coliymore sent
back to the Court of Original Ju-
risdiction of the Assistant Court
yof Appeal the case im which ap-
pellant Rowland Clayton Taylor
filed e claim in the Court of Orig-
inal Jurisdiction on September 27,
1949, for two roods, and 21 perches
of land, part of a portion of one
acre, two roods and two perches
of land in the parish of St. Philip.

His claim was that the two
roods and 21 perches of land
formed part of the property called
“Harrism'th” and was purchased
by him from the Registrar-in-
Chancery on October 18, 1946

Cn the hearing of the claim in

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In sending the case back, his
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Technical Education Essential For Progress

Good Prospects For”
Craftsmen Needed

DR. F. J. HARLOW, M.B.E., Ph.D., B.Se., Education-
al Adviser for Technical Education to the Secretary of
State for the Colonies, told the Advocate yesterday that all
the territories he had visited so far were “waking up to
the fact that without technical education and better trade
training, giving prospects to craftsmen not inferior to those



PAGE FIVE

CANADIAN FLOUR MILLERS HERE

ment had been of considerable but compared with Barbados,
assistance as it was virtually a there was at least much more free-
form of subsidisation. They were dom, and the buying there had to
of opinion that under the present a large extent been restored to
ystem of buying at more or less commercial channels.
xed periods was an error as it They explained further that each
i not take into account market of the islands had a different form
trends. Whereas when there were ef importing. Bermuda and the
everal buyers there was greater Bahamas, they said have lifted
possibility of taking advantage of controls to the extent which they
favcurable markets, and buying to are now advocating in Barbados.
the best possible advantage. It was shortly after the war that
They explained that each pro- Bermuda and the Bahamas follow-
juct required its particular type ed the procedure which they were
f flour, and under the scheme suggesting.
which they were advocating, one he delegation will fly ever to

obtained requirements to suit the

fTerent types.



quently visit Jamaica.

Some Logic

the Marine Hotel and part at

On Crane Hotel.

being informed that there
the possibility of manufac-

turing macaroni here, one member





of the delegation said there is RATES OF EXCHANGE
vi
me zi aking ch a
ome logic in making such OTOBER 3, 1952
mmodity, because the capital setting NEW YORK Buying
investment which would be in- 210% Pr. Cheques on
volved would be very modest, Bankers “71 5/10% Pr.
Sig
ind in addition, it would provide Demand Dratte¥b-8/10% Pr.
employment, because the making 13 2/10 rt. Cable °
of such a product involved much *) 7/10 © Pr: Currency Bs Ras *
Up
hand labour, Pr Silver 20% Pr r
Referring to Jamaica, the dele CANADA
sation pointed out that there had ® 4/10" Pr. Cheques on
Cadi . lificat that Bankers 78 5/10% Pr.
veen some modification in 1 Demand Drafts 78.35% Pr.
island. Jamaica had made an Sight Drafts 78 2/10 Pr
fort, and he calle > te -g 80 3/10 Pr. Cable wie
Ce ae ten culled for tenders 53 Wier Pr. Currency ENR
or vo different grades was Coupons 76 3/10% Pr.
ot an entirely successful effort, 50% Px Silver 20% Pr.



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unglazed tiles and brick and
cement surtaces.

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THANKS without animal flocks ‘cattle, sheer ACT, 1910 hrough unnet oo first oes ture of plywood, This is made by| The M/V. “MONEKA” will
> saheeeenie — goats, pigs, horses, mules and donke _ CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD ‘sion apparently ad “triggered” peeling logs of Baboen wood—a cept Cargo and Passengers for
"Sooo Ene, tion fo aeeteg mans se 8205 4.19.82—2n. | | NOTH eee er ae ee a tre'the second. No aircraft was seen timber known in British Guiana Dominica, Antigua a
s me eaitaastinaestante ' er OOks oO ne Company will be . as-
te ait th friends whe sent AUTOMOTIVE “Dwellinghouse called “ALPHA” ana | closed from the ard day of Octaber i9g2,;0Verhead and no sign of any as Dalli. The manufactured ply- Sena cake al Kitts, an Sail-
wrest, ethers an eympathised watt anor attached tuate at the corner| to the 24th day of October 1952. both! guided missile in the sky. wood is an excellent product; it ing Friday 3rd October, 1952
8 our » reavement caused b . agen se a WELLINGTON and BECKWIT! lays inclusive servers’ sari acec > ; pate: a “he . he
ee gen Ford P refect, 1951, Owner driven ii He ae ne Die RCWITH | One gator ad ths ‘ease ut heen | Observers’ bearings placed the is treated with chemicals to re-| - “CABIBBEE” will
Lincoln and Ruth (parents), Thoma miles as new. Offers Joes 18, square feet of land C. K. CORBIN centre of the explotion as prob- sist termites. The MyV. nd Passengers for
‘vrother) Anthony (son) 4.10,52—1n s aes The house contains drawing and dinin Secretar ably being on tiny Flag Island . ON antigen, Montserrat,
CAR—Woleelay 18 h.p. car. Oders it zopme, pantry and kitche on grou 4.10. 52—3r ight in the middie of the corat yareen o—— ye 3 —_ sc naa St. Kitts, and Passen-
writing to be submitted up to Wednes, |200r and 2 bedrooms (1 with running grou The only warship that far less developed n either gers only for St. Lucia, n
IN MEMORIAM day 18th October. Fort Royal Garage Ltd. | USter) and usual conveniences, upstairs NOT could be ven from land was a British or Dutch Guiana, said Mr. Saturday 1th October, 1952
ALLEFNE—In loving memory, of our 4.10 -2—4n. » installed ae ae PARISH OF ig arge one that appeared to be Wo0dhouse. There were abun- B.WA. SCHOONER OWNERS’
dear son and brother Cecil, who passed | CHRYSLER ROYAL 1999 MODEL CAR.|,,/sPection on application to Mrs.| AppLICATIONS for one vacant Frizers|:he Australian’ aircraft. carrier 24Mt forests, but so far, little ASSOCIATION (INC.)
to the Great Beyond on October 4, 1948. food tyrés and a bargain at $700.00 | Miller on the premises. or Mrs 1. B.| annuity, will be received by the un-| 2 ad assessment of their timber had P a
Rest eternal grant him after weary [Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. ng Cosmopolitan Guest House. | Gersigned not later than Saturday, tho | 2¥ ney ae — sailing thirty- been made. Access to the interior Constence, Tele Na
a | . 4 five 2g ¢ onic ‘
eGR ake via: thi. “vaitaricad (BE Nts 3,1.08—€n. | “The above property will be set up_tor| ‘Mh day of October, 196d |five| miles southeast of Monic wag solely by river and the con- Sena
“heavenly light. CAR—One (i) Austin ATO, pertect | %#!¢ P¥ public competition at our ofiice.| parehioners and’ in “straitened sieoum. | Bello heading into the wind sO truction of forest tracks was an
Fhe Alleyne ‘family 4.10.5%-1n Jcondition, Owner driven, for further age hase gt Bridgetown, on Thursday | stances 3 ‘that. an aircraft landing and oxpensive item. : fe Fe sanmienieeeaenliatemcelanetain
Gieaa Tas Decent . a niormation dial 2838 4.10 52~-3n vinawoon . Ea A. Tv. KING | take oft Wane notriite. ue a SOEs See Ss
t ord. © Departed whon 7 — -—————- — > Clerk, St. Joseph's Vestry Australian fence M st Mr W { » visited severa)
we alwagss remember entered into the CAR—One (1) Chrysler Wi ci 1 10 5 410.5240 | os stralia Oe inishs r on house visited s era
peace of life eternal one year ago. Hs | Pluld Drive Automatic Gears fi ea ee | cae aerate —™' | Phillip MeBride said “the test had of the forests in the interior and} |W? :
lives on earth jn the acts of xoodnes ‘04 dition, Types pupetieally new. APPIY L csnding on rente - ee west eA s jtaken place in the presence of also saw drilling for bauxite and| |
San he, nue Gia ee ete | BUSH HILL and GARRISON ROAD NOTICE jive Royal Navy ships and eleven gold. } =
May the beauty of his life abide A ae op - St. ontehae! inesbestion. on app:deatior HE panmanas TO0r MOVEMENT | Royal Australian Navy ships.” D h Trinidad, h |
amor in | benediction FARGO ae to the Public Trustee, Public Butidings A gE i i c urin is visit to nidai e} |
mee tan tvine Puller tend peace | (ruck. Mechelen sound ind eonaiiae Bridaetawa When you lool ond eeethe police ana|Me@Bride said the total number had discussions with Mr. De Vri- OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
% all who mourn. nerally good. ngine Tecently over- The house and its appurtenances will | ‘heir chief are now getting interested in |f officers and men aboard was G 1 f th
And comfort all the bereaved amon: | \auled. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616 be set up for sale by public comprtitior | Boys; that alone will show you what| between 4,500 and 5,000. McBride endt, Seeretary-cenemis © x4 Due
oe 310 f2-3n ot Our Office, James Street. Bridgetown. | ood’ work the Barbados Youth Move-idiq not disclose h 1 Caribbean Commussion, and also | Vessel From Leaves
fhe Holder Famt!s . on Thursday, %th October 1952, at | rent has done for its sixteenth year | se how close the with various Ministers and Gov-| Barbados
. 4.10 so 1.30 pom | ocial werk in Barbados among the | "hips were to the blast site. f pes a je Liverpool 12th Sept. 26th Sept.
—_—— ELECT | YFARWOOD & BOYCE | ouths; we lead while others follow j —UP. ernment officers connected with|S.S. “COLONTAL rs iverpi : “
MATTEAND in affectionate memory RICAL | 1.16.52—tn wkd, Bev, b BRUCE-CLARKE, housing, planning and building \s 3.S. “PHTLOSOPHER” . M/taage $0 ais teak, 10 Ont
thother Geraldine Maitlanc | "SEShiGmRAPOR Presiecia ale ord iwesitent ‘ounde 7 § .
o RFR. — Pe 4 n
“ade we tte bale Tock sta Retvlonneter. Wine teeta ole BS AUCTION |. esinipeietaieiie=s s eee |3.& “HISBQRIAN ++ Glasemerpoul. | 26th Sept. 10th Oct.
° av st can te 4 > aed | | iverpooal.
of parti t farewei! | ‘ee! Working order. Over four years ;
sans emi 4 0.82—in delivery” Badne aan. aio tees” | UNDER THE DIAMOND FORM 4 LAROWS PAY | 8.3. “BURMOUNT’ .. London, 4th Oct, 17th Oct.
“ ee HAMMER rk for the <=
_- ecnln- Aiteceidetahinkatiivleieah ince. S | Work for the Labour day celc-| CE,
TWO (2) 12 gallon Electric Hot Water! By instructions received from the | The Land Acquisition Act, "Nervous, Rheuma bration on Monda at een’s
FOR eer Geysers, brand new, selling at bargain executors of the estate of Mrs Elizabeth | Park is near co! Pease. HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
rices. Apply: Stanley Kinch, Phon~|Cozier { will sell at her house “Speed. | \ et. anTy Yesterday eS eae hard at Closes
; setinaetnstintinerepaltaeienmnill “861 1.10. 584, Pwell’, Lakes Folly, on Wednesday next | 1949 ! Golds oft put ? i
’ Bith October at 12.30 o'clock her houses Pp ‘ & iS and Hide, work on the stalls while others Veasel Fer ta
thold furniture which inchudes:-Couch etice required by Section 5 were busy cleaning the surround-
HOUSES LIVESTOCK jane bed, hard bottem chairs, bentwood ae menuMnion, tor euane Burne | ts, Burn ee ee ee ings : B S.S. “CROFTER” os .. Liverpool ad San.
rockers, carpet, 4 upholstered hairs, whe following parce! o! nd cone | 3 * ® =” . ‘
APARTMENT.Upsaire al “Cardifr™ 7th PUP === — | centage tables, collection ae oiptoren taining 4,906 sovwere icet, more or ios | y eyelids ana | S.S. “MERCHANT” .. .. Landon, 3
Aventic, Belleviie to an abpenesd tenant | , PUPPIES — Half-bred Terrier Puppies. |) rder, lock, mahog. bureau, treadie | vate at Speyrtstown in the parish eae. Sut me Help you SSS
re apply. Mis Pi Burton Te shies |e? ene, “ameens: 2 cameras. Ghiibed ta the ‘Sehohue “nase tod ibe very are sa a sith oye. The Officers and Members For further Information, apply to .
; jc a le, Wwashstands, mirror, | ‘ @ Scheduie hereto and lone 8
4.10.52—-2n. | — vex paeaseiataiae 1 nore particularly shown and delineated Four ona? S sit e 4
FY Bitch Pry 1y Pure bred Bull — Mastiff tot tense er nen nee na plan of survey signed by Mr. C. K quickly seat xaens you feet ti ee DA COSTA & co. LTD. -- Agents
pS pBBVERLEY”. Blue Waters onth ippy. Phone 0174 2.10.83—4n D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Nichols, Sworn Surveyor, and dated i1| Bem Under the money-back guarantes a S SOCIAL ipiensiiioche
om ober Bo mon th une 1952, and filed in the office: cost UB
Phone 2204 ae. of the Colonial Engineer having been nothing. Get Cystex from vour ehem- i i J
SA ATION HOUSHTOST N Houses M * | te ecided on by ‘the Governor with the e The < war. invite 2 Se Saeit
“SABRS Pi PLANT TIO) t ECHANICAL | opproval of both Houses of the Legisia- | r e
Taicy, ideally “situated. Apply: A. G | ______ SETA, Under the Diamond Hammer |“ of the island of Barbados by ‘reso-| ar Xia. Rrevmatiom, Bladder tects your | DANCE
Husbands, Mt, Standfast, St. James or] AIR COMPRESSORS fo: tion £ ution of the Houses of the Legislature, | °
WE Husbands, Crab Hill, St. Lucy. | .ower-take-off of Tractor, Easily attached | ,1 have been instructed by B'dos Agen-| ii is hereby deoia-ed in pursuance vi i, i A A, A, A, A, MP Under the Patronage of the
17.9,52—t.£.n. | ond inflates tyres in quick-time Courtesy | (ie% Ltd. to sell by public auction at the | ‘ection § of the Land Acquisition Act, & CHRISTIAN SCIEN ? Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C.
BARROWS BUNGALOW al Worth Garage. Dial 4616 2.10.62—6n, | P'dos Taxi con ee ay vires Se pucsy 49, that the said lands have been ENCE Onc.
GW_ at Worthings : 10th Oct. at 2 o’cloe’ e following equired for the follewing purposes: for READING ROOM At The
on Sea. Lovely Beach, “est Sen bathe |: AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT EQUIPME. (1) new Guy motor truck with a lot of | ine erection of a fish market i
ing. Simmons Beds and Frigidaire | cluding Gey 2 Q' =, in- spare parta vary good for the ooming THE SCHEDULE “The Christian religion stands VOLUNTEER DRILL
8133 2.10.52— ye lect eet: rakes Crop crop (1) Citroen ear, (1) aiser car, A pareel of land coniaining by i not for peace at any price but for HALL
— + - | ollectors, | Baugage/manure/filter press (2) new Lioyd’s cars, (6) ijot radios |; .easurement 4306 square feet, more or righteousness at any cost. We all | CANADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
a ie & yt ‘s Pron a distributors, Harrows, ploughs and several| °°. & & tubes). (2) cases Berge wie css, situate at the junction of Queen ( nate pease. but right mes im- a Oh ay ae rt idee
. wrence On-Sea hone 3 o (25) gross bottles, (26) chelin | street and Sand Street in Speightst | stan’ in peace. leace can ails vi
29.3.5—t.f.n. | Bint alan. Of terest. Courtesy Garage. | peg. and (30) 165—400 Michelin tubes tht ‘parish of St. Peter, bulting on! Only come as the fruit of righteous- ) | MONDAY NIGHT, 6TH Southbound Sails walif Barbados
aaarsitdinormey 3.10.52—6n : e above , i ness OCT. (Bank-Holiday) Montreal ‘ax
ALyRat aiGGatheibde A bed | ieee | Interested parties one inspect ph = ove | Lie north on lands of F. Miller, on the| ess se Chasis . 0) TRYA Sept. 30th Oct. 4th Oct. 16th
trathe!yde, edrooms “BICYCLES— Hercules and oth ke any day except Sun ass on application to}. est on the seashore. on the souch on rom the ristian > Music by Percy Green’s 2 \. -
a is October, Apply on}, a other makes! 1,. B'dos Taxi Cab Co hn. of the Vestry of St, Peter (being Seience Sentinel , 5th Oct. 19th Oct. 30th
Bremiaee 5 feet Gibbs or Diai CASH SR ieeitnes Casa ae t D'ARCY A gga. , site of the present fish market) and ( ee Bible -— wo Sithorived ) Orchestra‘ —* PURITAN oot beth Nov. lst Nov. 12th
144 or s Baviley 43 r : uctioneer ¢ the east Sand Street and wee iterature may read, borrowed tat >
4.10.80 —17 | een rect” ‘Sioresuid, together ‘with ‘he | @ OF purchased at this Réow a o ALCOA PARTNER Nov, lth Nov. i5th —Nov. 27th |
— CANE CARTS—Imported all-stee! six- . iildings and erections thereon ( oe =e 2 pm ves Dancing from P. * North
HOPEWELL SF, THOMAS — Only whoet” nenigned eqpeeiais for eel co] PNROWESSEONAL [1 bsted™ (hi “wontyninth aa, oc! cass. 'weanetdoys. “rides: ind DW pickets not. Transferable ALROSPARTNER Due Bidos Oct, 10th For St. Law- |
€ miles from Bridgetown. . Small, sew, . ont : on Saturdays 10 a.m 12 o'clock * :
miles ditions Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616 ptember, 1952, at Government House al rence River i
Sireetae i a mcbed RI Modern Gon. 3.10.52—6n in the Island of Barbados ALL ARE WELCOME | Formal Dress Option’ . Ports,
Completely ni pon, Gon~ ee % a | (Sgd.) ALFRED SAVAGE, Ne sere Er wp oe
ee — Lee (Ee Sotractaryunimoat} jcger lie, ana removal of pain. Nature’ | Fo tan | °DVPSO0900W 99939906 0999 HITT SDOGTIISIIIITOOOOY CORONA ++ Des Bae OR alner
"TLFRACOMBE-ON-SEA, Maxwell Coast, | 14) a6 cutting bar ourtesy Garage | oy You cannot go wrong with gentle, rence
Excellent sea bathing, fully furnished | CCU 3.10.82—6n | vcalth-giving Massage. Dial 3483 for Ports, .
fridge, telephone and radio, 4 bedrooms, esppointment to discuss your health y : NFORMATION APPLY
@ batha, Parlour and dining rooms, usual ane et P os Typewriters, Avail- problems, without charge. Dr. J. F SEND Us YOUR ORDERS FOR FOR FURTHER I T & CO., LTD. PHONE 2122
offices, Electric and water installed. | wigs aw tofletees in various carriage) brett, 'M.S.F., Hall's Gap, (opposite | , DA COSTA ” a
Phone 8286. 17.9.52—t.f.n wv $200.00 Hotel Royal), HASTINGS WIRE. %
oom ~ . . 2 A NI ED ME: Hi ‘
WINIFRED-—Land's End, 2-storey hou: is sae ae pulepem awe - : GALYV. 'S: Ss: om } NEW YORK SERV icE
drawing and dining rooms, 4 bedroom: | » “
si ehodlen’eanvenieneer © ane | FOG Bag MON. Som & Co.) GQ @ ROUND : (EVERY THRER WEEKS)
Stanley’, Land's End. Phone 3108 4 . 23.9 ' Sails Sa wan’
i 9.82-—t.t.n. Southbound
Be a aarareaen ae ee CENTRAL EMPORIUM ; Baltimore New. Xork _ Barbados |
PLYMOUTH—Crane Coast, November | ., SA icitiers “In. LOST | . STEAMER . Oct, 20th Oct. wes
and from 18th Jan. to Jan, Mist, 1988. | Niicides and piece tats ceeeenn anal Corner Broad & Tudor Streets - STEAMER Nov. 10th § Nov. 14th Nov. 26th
Phone 2953. 20.0,69—t.#.0.| irae Dial 4016 $.10.52—6n. BROWN SHARKSKIN WALLET, some- | 7 A. STEAMER Dec. Ist Dec. 5th Dec. lith .
> e mn the roa tween assia! BOBO CEOCOOOO c ;
STONEYC on_Sea at Worthings.| “qip pert and Seaweil Airport. Finder please
* AXLE TRAILERS—Without |}! eet and Seawell Airport,
Furnished uding Simmons Best Beds | 4 : Rewnrdl >
sd Priidairg havels Hench Beet es | rer an eae dat tma, cert gan | Weer f Aavomale Co” Neve Gain NEW ORLEANS Ich |
A oe ' a :
Bathing. Dial #189 $500. Smith’s Engineering Works, Phone; _— (FORTNIGHTLY)
+949 oo 2.9.2 |) SSS Southbound Sails Sails Arrives
WANTED TRACTORS: FERGUSON AND MAS | Th H ife' New Orleans Mobile povbedes
SPY-HARRIS, available with | wheels e€ rousewije s ALCOA POINTER Oct. 9th Oct. 11th Oct. 25
9 he ie eumatic or steel) half-tracks, full- EAMER Oct. 23rd Oct. 25th Nov. 8th
track and many other attachments. p t A. 8ST : Nov. 22nd
HELP Your enquiries solicited. A. STEAMER ._ Nov. 6th Nov. 8th ov.
a jolicited. Courtesy Garage. tii f smoke, soot. .
_ Dial 4616. 3.10,62—6n ictims of smoke, soot, e ‘A. STEAMER Nov, 20th Noy. 22nd Dec. 6th
R SALESWOMEN to sei) a" and

FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY
Caps for B. Dit. Shirt and Garment FOR








































Factory, Lower Bay Street, Apply now POULTRY icrgRy. OVER is ‘i Ree Paes Ory eee
A | "Poultry cL era when y ———
cia ert aan pene se ¥ ut mnt oe rin i rh NATURAL GAS Electrici ty Supply. \6@OOO9O9OO90990990OO99O9999O 009 FF 99 PPOP HOO 90 OOF,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ENLARGER— Want- raise
eee eT a | —wacesancous : : ; FOR CITY CLERKS AND BUSINESS MEN
SS Al BLACK MAGIC CHOCOLATB—Knights
| Ltd 4.10. 52—2n FAIR ; P
FAIR “BRICKS, Lumber, Yard Stuff and in aid of Make Christmas 3 ‘MONTHLY BREAKFAST SERVICE









This Year a

WELL FURNISHED

“tones, Windows and Doors, apply above
FOUNDATION BOYS’ Coco-Cola Factory, Roebuck Street or
SCH HOOL dial 3001 after six 4.10.52—2n.

| NA7JE BEG to notify our Customers that a TOTAL
7 SHUTDOWN of the Supply will be necessary be-
tween 12 Noon and 3 p.m. on SUNDAY, 5TH OCTO-

ze stairs )
Is now Available in addition to our Resturant (Ups'
and Snackette, Grill room and. bar (downstairs).

For Rates and Reservations Phone 4730

S. Wintfred’s School Building Fund
at



COAT Ladies Tailor-made Winter

MONDAY (BANK HOLIDAY) S. WINIFRED’S SCHOOL



6TH OCT. O90), Telephone 91-20 4-10.82—4n Pine Hill BER, to enable essential alterations to be carried out G O N
nay fog R ~ aes ARLINGT |
cmuine iiglit, eo nats sGlOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of ali TO-DAY AFFAI on our Main High Tension Switchboard. na street
- FOSTER TAYLOR

BRIGADE ¥ Street. Dial 3299. 10.6.52—t.f.-n From 3 — 6 o'clock VANITIES and space-saving





Regular Stalls, including Lucky ; ADMISSION: Adults 1/- Dressing Tables with Sparkling ‘ GHA... .steis Gh chalias veg
Dips and Refreshments Stalls LADIES" SHOES —A limited quantity of Detach, osie= 180s Mirress Round or squaser dines Further work will be necessary on subsequent s
ay Sandals — Ballerinas — on Bus Service will be available or Triple, Lighter or Bevelled Sundays and Consumers will be duly notified. Ooo @ ;

Dancing on the green

Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Beds,
and usual attractions

Springs, Smart Washstands

TABLES, fixed and Extension
for Dining, Radio, Fancy and
Kitchen. CABINETS for China.
Pedroom and Kitchen, Larders.
‘Aaggons, Iceboxes $20 up, Metai
Ware Drainers $3 DRAWING
ROOM PLEASURES in Motris and
Cened Suites and separate pieces,
Morris Cushions Couch, FPasy-
chairs $8.50 up



throughout the evening

ea
T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

BROWN’S NAUTICAL
ALMANAC 1953

ailpnemiamicner=
FOUNTAIN PEN _ SACKS
FOR ALL PENS

We are the only Store in
Barbados equipped with the
Tools for fitting sacks and
nibs to Fountain Pens.

TON s STATIONERY

Sizes 3 —- S\%, Apply to Hull & Son's
Office, Room 302 — Plantations Ltd.
3.10.52—3n.
: LIPTON'S TEA, obtainable from aj
j; | ood grocers, is not only the best you
pei buy, but it is also the most pro-
fitable by reason of the wide range ot
wft premiums given in exchange for
that part of the label gepresenting the
weight, John F. Hutson Limited. Agents
4.10,52-——2n.

IMPORTANT
THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION LID. ANNOUNCEMENT

V. SMITH,

General Manager. }¢ Je N. PEREIRA & SONS
MERCHANTS

RICKETT STREET — PHONE 5034





The MEMBERS of the
WEYMOUTH CLUB
request the pleasure of your
Company to their





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Music - - « 17.4,52—t.f.n
CLEVIE, GITTENS Orchestra

SUBSCRIPTION — $1.00

feeboxes $20 up, Prams, Go-
Cart, Wardrobe and other Trunks,
Rope Mats $1.20 up, Deal Trays
20 x 16, $1.00

L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREBT. DIAL 4069

ELD OL DRIZAA- OME



WARDKOBE—One Mahogany We ardrobe
with full length mirror inside. Built by
mR. A. Griffith. $180.00. Bight good
eather pillows “Ideal Brand Phone
Vix Pitcher 3430 4.10,52-—2n

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NOTICE ‘BAVARIA’ BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION

COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS)

DUTCH BEER

CLUB
TUESDAY 7th OCT.
ever brewed

during the rebuilding of their Premises, their offices will be
$5.05 per CARTON

situated in
of 24—10 oz. bottles, or 24 cents per bottle obtainable at

TEMPORARY PREMISES
A. E. TAYLOR LD.



Tickets not transferable

Regret to Announce that we hgve





NO RICE, NO YAMS,
SWEET POTATOES,

NO BREADFRUIT

Uiider Rwe 34, the Club
will be closed to mermbers
fyvom 8.00 p.m. TO-NIGHT
(Saturday, 4th October) to
6.00 a.m. Sunday, Sth Scp-
tember.



BIGSOVG FSGS FESO
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i
Lower Broad Street — (opposite
Plantations Ltd. Building)

Colmaiae firert, where the full Banking service will be conducted,



IN BAGS OF 110 LBS. EACH—PRICE EIGHT CENTS
(8c.) PER LB.

COME EARLY AND GET YOUR SHARE



rh; OM Holders of Traveller’s Letters of Credit and Traveller’s
}

Cheques may present these at the small annexe which is
being established in Collins Ltd.’s building in Broad Street

where

ADVOCATE

\$ Gordons Gin is sold by The Bottle. Will Shopkeepers : where a limited Banking service will be provided. ; FOR
PRINTERY ||: please note. ; MAN MUST LIVE
|? $ ; :
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1952



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THIS MIGHT FUT | ANOTHER SOURCE } LOT TO KNO!
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WIVES LIKE TO KNOW
THEIR: HUSBANDS ARE
THINKING OF THEM
Z Oe THEYRE AWAY

ILL SURPRISE BLONDIE
WITH A LITTLE CALL
JUST TO TELLHER

I LOVE HER



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BY FRANK ROBBINS

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@TARTING NEXT WEEK
A NEW ADVENTURE:
"DEATH ON Skis!”

BY GEORGE MC. MANUS

7 a Se
| feared || ne mm
= .—
“\— ANYONE CAME NEAR THE |}

“WR. AND MRS. BARNEY KULL |
OLD CANNON IN THE PARK- ||
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died se sake iank aces

“IE YOU DION'T WANT A SUIT OF

CLOTHES -YOU HAD BETTER RUN
—__. PAST DUGAN’S STORE -

"POOR OLD ROHAN WAS GLAD | |
WHEN HE GOT THE GOUT a
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England Says Goodbye To A Great Athlete’















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Job Comes Lrst FIRST WOMAN TO SWIM CATALINA Lea gue Cricket |

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LONDON

Arthur Stanley Wint, the 32-year-old Jamaican athlete i
with the long stride who has brought much honour to
Britain, his native Jamaica and the British Empire has run
his last race.

It is inevitable that a man must put his job before all

else in this country of strict amateurism, but the running

tracks of the world will be much poorer places without





Notes

By SCRIBBLER Morris (5 for 1) and R. Robin-

a _-sonm (4 for 15). This score of 18

Record score of 458 for 5 was in reply to Searles’ 116, J.
wickets during a day's play and Rebinson scored 21 while D.

two centuries highlighted Satur- George took 3 for 30 and F. Inniss








































Arthur Wint. ( ay 5 League Cricke games. 4 for 16. At close of play Searles 1 -
Born the son of a Jamaican par- TLD ape: present Champions of were 17 for 2 in their second | {i
son, Arthur Wint has been given : tuew City Division ran up the jnnings, 15S) 3
many nan by the athletic loving En land mammoth seore of 459 for th gore. in the Maple vs. }
people of the world, among them 4 ess of 5 wickets against Bor- Sponges game were Maple 120,4})}
being “the k streak d “the a ceaux and their star batsman Rynoe 27 and Pile 47 not out. At| ,
ae o> he ‘e's Test Hero e ar aa nid aoa the close of play Sponges were |{{i ‘ii $3.00
Arthur Wir rst came to Eng- of the season a contribution 9 f, 15 ii STEEL BANDS ........ s x
land fror Jamai in 1944 and cf 187 ‘ o. ‘ s 1.92
immediately enlisted in the R.A.F., Ne r d L. Barker, Rangers fast bowle = ig } SAIL BOATS ....... .
where he became a spitfire pilot : ame fan now claim to be one of the ere i COCONUT TREES ....... cen
and a flight « mander, allrounders of th : : cS J s Boys’.Club fared ARTS
43 3 > > . rounders the side, He con- St. James OYS’ « >» fare DONKEY C Seta
nee Eee the RAF. un- KS , LONDON tributea 94 and this gave him pone too well against St. John } DONKEYS ............. 1.44
el aetey ec eddie Trueman, the 21-year- the right to one of the B.C.L. Baptist, present champions of . - *LLERS 96 |
Hospital as a medical studen ] Yorkshire and England fast prizes for three consecutive 30’s. this division St. John Baptist N FRUIT SELLER 96
ré : ( student ; eve +h gree riz e 30's. v - . ~ 96
left litle tine for Arthur Wint to (Cwlet: Who achieved such great Barker's recent innings were 51, batted first and their double cen- MAUBY SELLERS ... eel
train for his athletic meeting: ee : aaah Pein ha 59 and 94, Other players in the tury batsman, Kenneth Walters, |({ ga ©All These Items are Made of Balata
did his school friend and tracl is ear rae hes n awarded Ranger’s team who broke into the top scored with 63 out of a total
cival, Herly McKenley alot Wi te C hy news were C. Yearwood 88 C, of 154. : a
rival, ee ee Penty 35 and T. Hinds 35, In reply to this total Boys Club
ot ” , - Rangers’ score of 458 for 5 is could wey aoe 43. Highland y
Runner up for the award to i highest in the history of In the elches vs. ar CAVE SHEPHERD & C0
Semman, N hic h will be presented Lefgue games. The previous best same, Welches have already 4 ve .
the Cricket Writer’s Club ‘y@s that of Progressive who hit obtained first innings lead. ;
Nhl: Giemdrs ‘bes (AS, eee °83 against Roebuck Old Boys Welches were all out for 91. 10, 11, 12 & 13, Broad Street
ppard; the new Sussex last year, D. Gibbs scored 17, S. Williams ‘ ,
tain and England batsm: ‘ 4 and Greenidge 23 In reply
“i ! ling record Chahdler’s Century Highland reached only 43, For
Pruema full be lin I I
the season Chandler scored 104 not out Welches, left hander Hicks took jf:
989.9 overs. 57 maidens, 841 for Colts against Belfield “ 4 for 18 and Greenidge 5 for 16.
61 wicket . verage of ut of a total of 217. This is .
8 In the te he took 29 Chandler’s fourth century in Meetings
kets at a cost of 13,78 runs League Cricket. To the Colt The U a t { tk e .
} total C. Reid added 46. For Bel- 1e Umpires Association of the
His first class cricket during the field, Blackett took 4 for 49 and League will meet tonight to con-) FAMOUS LAND MARKS OF BARBAD os
son hé been restricted be- Robinson 5 for 50. Belfield at the *ider the draft rules of the Asso- v ‘
cause he is doing his National close of play had scored 6 with- ciation which will be presented 7c ree SP
Service in the R.A.F.—B.U.P. ; : out loss. to the Representative Council - J
= . , In the Middlesex vs, Belfield â„¢eeting of the B.C.L, = Monday
st : Fs ena sifie ere ¢ norning next. The Representa-
ae i FLORENCE CHADWICK, 33, of San Diego, Calit., talks toaradioannoun- =P” mateh = Oe Sa ee Council wilt aise cea
lornados Sailed cer as she reaches Rocky Point Vicente, Calif., the first woman to con- ad ~~ at Bag en eat re what disciplinery action is to be
quer the 21-mile Catalina Channel, She spanned the channel in 13 Bh 7 “a Sok oo ak Aap . 33 taken against Majestic for play-
Last Sunday In hours, 47 minutes and 32 seconds, Below, Miss Chadwick, who swam while Rudder. Pare the sé Ny ing members who were under ’
the English Channel in both directions, is shown aboard boat after her » Toy tne same team,

ARTHUR WINT

Herb McKenley had many ad- Ss
vantages over Arthur Wint as an

athlete. When Wint was in the meets eee, : ne Carew Teer ae oe Sill. ti 19
R.A,F., Herb McKenley was at Wéte exce-sele Wilts use sevetiul “ite 2 with a score of 197 for 4 against HI BI
the University of Illinois, taking lornuao Mace wa saliea 10 Fixtures 141, For Rangers Allman hit 47 ood ressure
advantage of U.S, coaching Ca‘usie Bay in preparauon tor Has 24 Bouts and Norville 28, K, Babb 23. ©

Nevertheless, Herb McKenley the visit of the Iriniaad ‘Lornaaos ; rae oe _ L. Walcott took 5 for 81. L. Reid Ki 's Men é Women
was beaten by Arthur Wint in the wier this month. There was a Foday is the Arst dey in the 9° fax 36, For St Matthias

4 Seat r scored 34. F a avis suspension and also playing mem-
superb Conditions record swim, She was taken in an ambulance to hospital for a checkup. a oie an For Belfield Davis took bers who were not aeaaares.





St. Matthias obtained the first

Today’s Cricket innings lead from Rangers “B”





1 . re ris q ot Twice as many women men suf-
Olympic Games in 1948, ; noderate southerly breeze and a In I 2? Weeks ene —— y of ae os er L. Applewhaite scored 59, G.,| fer from High Blood Pre:
Arthur Wint’s other great friend jery caim sea. The course sailed i ‘ricket matches and the la 4Y Daniel 51 and C. Grant 40. not!







and rival was a US. Airforce gun- .. north ibout with the fiv in the Eighth series of Invermea- out of Life and
ave Thani v > ‘ , a . pirh a. ° art troubl.

ner, Mal Whitfield Their aoe soate getting off to a good start. WHO will be the season’s busi- ‘ate and Second Division matches .
Wee pe tenes that record: < rowes \Vainoose was first around this est amateur boxer? My tip—a Stumps will be drawn at 5.30 gy innings lead in the game] gure shel Narvocaneee beatenhar a
rae eee ae taf oe oe nark followed closely by the chubby-faced, fair-haired 19. p.m. ' ' J against Evergreen Evergreen| top and back of head and above eves,
rompeted against each other _—— - yin on 7 + sye-weigs lhe First Division match with , * i igie sine . 4 ‘

i the Mast Olympic Games in other four boats which were year-old _ Acton feather-weight, nee Ac lly hen — Were all out for 77, K. Goddard| pressure in head, dizsiness, short

ireS are a follow



reath, pains in heart, palpitation,
poor sleep, loss of memory and energy,
easily excited, f nd worry. If you
suffer any of th ymptoma, don't
delay treatment gle day, because
your life may be in danger. Noxce

ALLAN SILLETT. open: are ied’ ,, taking 4 for 40 and C, Griffith 2

Sillett, now in the Army, has Spartan vs Carlton at ay ate for 18. Telephone replied with

- ; , already arranged 24 bouts before Park. Umpires are Messrs J. H. fal g ak : oe aed

second, dOS1U10N, — ee * es ene Christmas. He aims high, too, On Walcott and D. Roachford. a, ae "week mel be ena

pre ‘ . . o : : awn, H, ‘ “d 34 anc

Always using his brain as well |) +e Pre Ph @ maintained October 17, at Luton, he boxe Lodge vs Police at Lodge. Um- «Goddard is 50 not out (formerly Known as Hynox), @ new

ee Saleen Ge + Arthur “indward, Vamoose maintained the reigning ABA bantam-weight »ires are Mess H. Trotman ‘A a wy nay, OF : medical discovery, reduces High Blood

as his body when running, Arthur her lead while it appeared thal onampion TOMMY NICHOLLS, ‘,4 w Raview . Chamberlain are also leading] Pressure with the frat dose, takes a

Wint said that he approached each —) + . ethlanel be Soon iE nay S, and W. Bayley. Police Boys’ Club in a low scor-| heavy load off the heart, and makes
race ag a separate problem, His “tril was being overtaken by who for the early part of the pickwick ;

Helsinki, Mal Whitfield beat bunched, Edrii quickly «Grew
Arthur Wint by one-fifth of a clear and established 2nd.




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reatest race. he said, was the thunder. On approaching the season, at least, will box at Oval. Um ies ae SY naan ing match Chamberlain | took you ane fees enke: cue fee care
greates race, SEIG, | WAS vagle, ‘Tk completely’ lost fenthe igh al. pires Syl . first knock but were dismissed] [t Is guaranteed to make you loal
1,600 metre Olympic relay race (eagle, Thunder completely | feather-weight. and D. W. E. Archer. for 67 and Boys Club fare co) S4_strong or money back
this year. i aer good position over Edril by At Lime Grove Baths, Shep- wandere: vs Coilege at the wit staan ae ae oe oe OnRe ® i
His team mates were his friends tacking too far out. The first herd’s Bush, on November 19, Bay. Umpires are Messrs. L. © mh a score of 43, Be sane eet ae at 5
McKenley, Laing and Rhoden, and hop was therefore completed in Sillett goes in with PETER 2"). | and 10% iciiseois: f Ree mea
they had to meet a U.S. team re- (his order Vamoose, Edril, Thun- BRANDER, four times an ABA Bpellos ceranes. In Pyne ee scoring Pe
ar as one of the best ever. oP wi ’ ot « ny ring- champion and the only man to . - ‘ ie - » SCOTINE POLICE § Ss OR
garded as 11 ier with Comet and Fury bring oe Re * 20 bouts last seas- Carlton vs, Spartan at Carlton, wag even with results still open 4uU be:
P.€ is ¢ Pagues - w eat § 2 n 4 outs last seas-™ ,.~* area ve vay At . = 7
Atee ecanyicing wher te8 end — the rear, abe ev ona oT eer eae Umpires; J. Hinds and C, Batson. Romans meeting St. Luke raised D A N C E
won--in a world record time | vise Rens eee, ere Se Much as I admire Sillett’s in- Y-M.P.C. vs. Wanderers at 110, V. Belle scoring 48 and
, pleted in a 2 : 5 . s

When I have qualified as a doc- q dustry, 24 bouts in three months Beckles Rd. Umpires: C. Colly- Brewster 26. D. Vaughn took 6


































tor, I shal] leave England, Arthur es Ss va rs represent too much ring work for more and L, Harewood. for 33, St. Lukes in their turn at At
Wint said, although I do not want or Is position. ne nish Of a 19-year-old. Half that number Mental Hospital vs. Windward the wicket went down for 40. ST. CECELIA
to go. the race, the boats were placed would be ideal. t Black Rock. Umpires: T. Sis- Waithe taking 5 for 8 and Black- ~
“T like it here” he said, “but as follows Saas Ist. Vamoose, 2nd. QMSI FRED VERLANDER, jett and G. Forde man 5 for 32. St. Luke hit back BARRACKS
there are so many other important tulril, 3rd. Thunder, 4th. Fury, sitett’s Army coach, agree w&h Cable and Wireless vs, Com- in the second innings of Romans
things to do elsewhere he Comet, . me. “A dozen bouts would be permere at Boarded Hall. Um- and it close _of play had dis- TONIGHT at 9
He is of course, Vierageis ta The position in the series is nearer the mark for him,” he pires:; A. Parris acc G. Clarke, ovens four wickets for 26 runs,
his native Jamaica. —B.U.P. 10w as follows :-— says. Well, sergeant majors usu- Regiment vs. Pickwick at Gar-f Fvighton collected 126, to which @
Ist. Vamoose 50 points nett ally have the last word! rison. Umpires: J. Hall and P. B. Hoyte contributed 58. At the
id zs ‘I 2nd. Edril 45 points nett Sheppard Captain Phillips: : mg ete Rose were 32 ADMISSION 3/- a
3ed. Fury 38 points nett D. S. SHEPPARD, Cambridge eatin on ae ‘ ‘ " or 2, For hite Rose L. Hare-
i Gavi an Fury S : . S. SHEPP? , Carr g Empire vs. Police at Bank Hall, ” ; =
4th. Thunder 37 points nett University and England cricketer, [), pires: S. Cole at I wood took 5 for 34, M. ‘Haynes eee
y Y 5th. Comet 35 points nett who finished top of the first-class , ene F ole ahd » H. 3 for 22 and Blackman 2 for 37.
ad ft - I sy Rodch,
Favoure or As will be seen from the above batting averages this season, will : ie Danes batted first against Ken- “ns ek
‘ ints, there will still be keen captain Sussex next summer. Second Division . dal and were all out for 63. In We eg
Welter Crown ompetition with regard to 3rd. Born at Reigate in March, 1929, t ihes Oe Lodge = College. reply Kendal scored 86. Danes, DA NCE
™ Ince in this series and also for ie ee a nae Gi ee ‘ Archer and &. however, stiffened thei; resis- by The Management of the
: ’ Y arti ie us Summer and played in two Gilikes, tanee an at the close i GETTOGETHER CLUB e
By JACK CUDDY ear selection for the Intercolonial Tests against India. He toured Windward vs. Pickwick at minttore d a : EF are Of Bh i On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, i
HAVANA, CUBA, Oct. 3. Fares $ lia and New Zealand with Windward. U. res: K Ss matters were quite even with a 1952 p r~ ° *9
Cuban Kid Gavilan, was fav- ‘The eighth and last race of this en ie SREY ond aikG mito Sa ‘3 go Phas - Sealy score of 73 for 2. Small hit 30 at the = i
oured at three to one in me eries will be sailed on Sunday, nico a the Oval ‘Test. ciate nr ‘stot ae he ‘at Erdi for Danes and Blenman 35. for CHILDREN’S GOODWILL
. Se ‘ ight’s ra Se ; i e Ove st against Perdis s. eward at Erdis- Kendal. E . y LEAGUE
Seolbroreiatas - tite “AB versus i tow adie abe ft this bank ee ae ee at Umpires : O, Murray and a Kendal. 1 Weewice’s “re 28 ee ee
New York Billy Graham, which ,, baie n mon of | ni a He hit 2,262 runs (average K. Quintyne. and G. Estwick 2 for 4. For usic by Mr _ Keith Campbell
; etna Barbados Tornado Team will 64,62) this season. Ce < : & His Society Six
is expected to set new Cuban res ise Galected The committee have recorded ., nes vs. Wanderers at Vau- Danes V. Alleyne took 3 for 12. SUBSCRIPTION:— 3/6
cords for a boxing crowd and gate their” appreciation. to JAMES cluse, U mpires: S. Beckles ard Victory in a Day eg by See —
ann Lorenzo Nobarse, Presi- S I 0 i R tai LANGRIDGE for his services as “, pon oatark mies ; In the Gun Hill Division, prettiest Hot Shirt Hot Skirt ~F)
eres oto conan Sn ae tain during the past three sea- mbermere vs. “mpire at George Park defeated Norwick Dancing from 9 p.m
dent of the Cuban Sports Com- fe t. us etains ia. ‘ Combermere, Umpires: J. Bowen jn aq

mission, said a sell-out crowd) of 1 day by an innings and 49
43,000 was expe

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é é ea . . ° Langridge, the club’s senior pro- 1 J. Lewis runs, Norwick were dismissed for ‘
43,00 ted - the Gi and Light- W eight Title fessional, was 46 in July. He took Foundation vs Y.M.P.C. at 27. S. Alleyne taking 6 for 15} @0oos 3 bieal
adium which would give gat over the leadership in 1950 fol- Foundation. Umpires: | Hare- and Pay 4 ° tl pee : ”
receipts of $80,000, (From Our Own Correspondent) bear i - Rogge i T lation... Umpis A ire- and Payne 4 for 8. George Park] ; wello Everybody ——_




























































lowing the resignation of H vod and B. Clarke replied with 144 G. Rous : Remember ané@ den’t forret
‘uba has been host to only one yA RA . . met : . se scoring] 4 re
ones world championship fight PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 3, ean S. elubs adopt: some . eee ne 41 and Walcott 41. In their sec-| THE INA
—the heavyweight match in which Boswell St. Louis, * ape his cues, “nicknamée. Here's Castle. Antigua Wins Leeward °"! Bren Nor wick were dis-] ; GRAND DANCE iT) A
ss Willard took the title from West Indies lightweight boxing “ . oie rs - . missed for 67. 5 5 AY M ©
one vention n 1016. championship which he defended thorpe FC | (Bucks), _ who he Islands Cricket Trophy In the Ellerton vs, Greens} : Given By ' a
The defence will be the third against Yack Subero at Mucura- known as “The Friesians” be- Pcaie us dunk Datidieaneens) match Ellerton took first knock id
for Gavilan since he won the un- po stadium last night. St. Louis cause the founder of the village ANTIGUA, Oct 3, and raised 97, To this total 3 Mr, ALLAN GOODRIDGE \ pair
disputed title by outpointing Gra- who won the fight in three rounds club, Mr. W. D. MARKHAM, who Antigua defeated St Kitts. ‘by Greens replied with 102, Lorde On MONDAY NIGHT Oct. 6, 1982 led
ban in N 4 York 14 months ago. of whirlwind punching appeared has just died, owned a noted herd ; nings and 106 cane. St Kitts scoring 47. At the close ‘of play t ' “AT Je vue ‘ nt
It is the aeting of ae to be in _ ea id chats tn 2 of Friesian _cows 1 nnings 96. Second Innings 117. Ellerton p* . without loss. i YOR CLUS, 8%. zAMES y, )
boxers Nees. &. Care (att <0 BYERS ove ok Antigua is therefore the 1952 or 18 g Music By C. B. Brow: F s two .
te ip Sati Gattate: Ses actea wound ween hs re GEM FOR TODAY hy. Monserrat hehe tha ands , Settles, skittied out Sydney for} { _ orchestra of sacitul
savy favour ccause he seem- th secc P ° ° } Trophy onserrat held the tro. 18 i Bs efresh 6 st
aH ‘ be 4 the Dea condition of ce ved a smashing lefthook to the Su turday, October 4, 1952. , 1 1951 : , Divi Pega, X= wy in the Southern} 5 le oe . ay ee ™“ s y _of x
his eareer last July when he jav which changed the fight sud- Laws are the ve ry bulwarks | SON, anks to the effort of‘ li a = \ : 4 per 3
knocked out Gil Turner in a title de ily. From that time St. Louis of liberty; they define every =, —————_______ ie FSCO SOCIO ODOOOOOOON. x 5 4 iuisite Z
fig at Philadelphia, tu ned a terrific barrage of blow man’s rights, and defend the re o ow en
7th men are expected to weigh o ubero which was maintained individual liberties of all men moe - re
abort 146 pounds.—U.P. uit the referee stopped the fight. —JOSIAH G, HOLLAND. ry % a
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I'AC.I I HI l. BARBADOS ADVOCATE sm 4. I" .-' BARBADOS .A AD\6CATE ffhlti •>> %  * -.1r. Ma) I,f4 mi* Saturday, October 4. 1952 Our 4 omuion lit rila—'.14 IK I A. IIS>TO*J IIAJILES 4 IIIMin %  MM Kl.hY III U II ONE would i ings which bava rapaatadly baan Barbados as to the necessity for legislation to protect tha disappearing baautj of the island would have been foUoarad bj L***Jti ad no attention lias been paid to these warnings and the abolition o( beauty continues unchecked and with increased zeal. Tins week everyone who passed Rockley Beach was horrified to notice the lalllni %  nd the bulldozing of sand. BvaryOM was horrified because no one would have expected that trees would have been felled, or sand bulldozed on one of the few beaches near Bridgetown which the public can freely approach. Persons with long memories remember how the sea has on more than one occasion encroached upon the beach as far as the roots of the trees which have now been HaallOJCd They hopefully concluded that the danger from recurring tides would alone have protected these trees from the axe. But their hopes have been dashed to the ground and what has happened at Rockley Beach this week illustrates only too clearly tha necessity for | %  mm intervention to protect what little unspoil' beauty remains on the West Coast of Bar bados If i Town and Country Plannin, BUI cannot be enacted in time to itop vvlwi' ever ichoim-s arc being planned for Rocfc ley Beach, there soems a clear case for tin government acquiring this beach under tic Compulsory Acquisition Act. For the gov ar n menl to sit idly by and watch RocUrj h taken from the |n.pl. would h strange action indeed. Apart from the beauty of tha trsasj the ulilituiian purpose they MTVtd I kwaten In the poariMa event <>r an croaching tides, the Beach at Rockley is tin I i.ly opt n i < tcfa between Browne's Bead. and St Lawrence Gap which is available at all times to the public. The beach at Gravesend cannot be used during firing practice and the two clubs in Bay Sin*. are open only to members, To allow an; more building on Rockley Beach than wha has already taken place would be to w the Interests ol the many thousands wh can now freely approach and enjoy tin amenities of the seaside without any majm expense. Kockley Beach is the pi beach, one of the few beaches ID Bertedo where all classes of society can be fmmi shoring without fear or privilege Ui natural blessings of the Island. In recent years Casiiaiina trees and coconut trees have been planted on this beaci and it was hoped that the increased shad, which these trees provided would have added to the attractions of the beach anwould have provided additional rcslstano to tides should they continue In udvano towards the road as they have advanced ii previous years. The destruction of trees at any time in U island which has suffered much sjrafljd; from unintelligent destruction of ti<> regrettable: but when trees which serve useful protective purpose as well as providing welcome shade are removed from the popular Rockley Beach public uutcry i justifiable. What is the gQWaflUnsnl to do? How long" will the despoileis ol beauty enjoy freedom to do as they hki irrespective of the damage caused to the community? WaU-r-l-oUtftnl TI1K heavy tains which have turned many parts of St. Lucy into roaring tor rents, turned dry ponds into small Lab and flooded Mnall bridges will not have been wasted if they have shown to UM responsible gOVSnUDSOi authorities tintendency of the government owned land at Clincketts to flooding in certain parts Obviously if the government intends to turn land at Clincketts which is unusually fertile and which is now profitably cultivated by small tenant farmers into a budding site, the capacity of this site to absorb or retain water is worth discovering. The heavy rains which have occurred in Si Lucy this week are not exceptional and may be expected every year. A visit to Clincketts today might persuade those who recommended this site for building to alter their opinion and so preserve the taxpayers money for some more profitable undertaking. A Modern Theatre WASHINGTON THE DRIVE to built! a Shakespeare theatre at Westport, Connecticut, bigger and better than Stratford-on-Avon's raised nearly .L 20.000 the day tflsj IOSJ Beatrice Lillie gays a pep talk. Tie goal ; about £185.000 for a theatre patterned after Shakespeare'.. Globe in London but modern and large enough to scat 1 800 Mrs. John Lodge, wife of Connecticut's grvcrnor. announces that Katharine Hepburn would like to open it as Katharina in "The Taming of the Shrew."—L.E.S. The Complete Journalist Charles Lynth OHM William Chenerj. cale" %  beuM attach iiw*lf to ne the Advocate" a senUanian'i party It ni not always easy to newspaper *nd that, in hu anxiety ich f course. The fort-vi to avoid vulgarity, be had ue when Hi had 1O ffjC lfu lMt|[C in .t thought highly of htm a* a cla."^ VS !" 2Z£* t "* ^'ViT* his great knowledge of, and conMcalVhoiar. He did not win the d !" ^\? !" S ^"o'^', cirn'V finance h.d dulled hta K^^LSS 1 "^ StSflEX? but'he ^ ,SS%h^e wl^d perc.pt.on of mor^l tue< and had expected, and, after leavkp nn ^ n h( conflict made him .low to take up a .MUM hag school, he worked for short y^, WM i^nnine to arouw he w ,ih Kenerou* enthusiasm. It was petiods nrat with %  lull mm political consciousness of the said of him that hia cold, cateutttdSMawn and then in people A man of h-on will, he lating warineai was not suitcl i. Samoa. Out thcrr -tu%cd to be hurried along by the for ;. politician and that he was vice at thdt time offered young avalanche that seemed to lie at his ben when, like Aglg. hemen little opportunities EC* pitWvaffSng through the island. He wa |fced delicately. motion and Chcnery soon Joined was determined, in spite of the the staff of the West liuli-n and rising tide. 10 follow an indeBut Uiesc are the comments of Telegraph Company, pendent count in public life, opponents in the heat of political f< A M-JI with the keeping an open mind on every battle. Much of ihe misunderr*. branches In Panama question and resolving every Issue standing Chcnery had to face w- and Jamaica on "* %  %  **• %  due to die fact that he was not v.. i ** a warm and enthusiastic nature, riunerv'. ereat opportunity This ( -„. \m hi* cir. ltcpl himself aloof from the JSV&m S -re? £ : 5 K* L, . £*•!. SSjT Viunc.---G.rc 5 U.rUK, ?*££ JJ >U^ i Jo, y "..f.. ^ the •'Advocate.nd inntfll him „ ,,,. | rw person, lo MI inllmal. frl.nd1.) bKome asMstam editor and wm the lvr 0 „,.;| l)n hr t,.uht In *nip. Yet time and %  coMavamt 'tadar-wruer tor thiru-tn years 1!(2 3 *ilh the candidate of the record were to convince the com•.< %  worked with his brother-uiD,. „„..,• C. A inunity of the merit of hi, serviluw afl second In command and, (Chvtsn Briithwrtt*. for a seat res and the loftiness of his ldcalv Alien Gale died In 1808. he bein Pol mans i>eopl>11,. jiersevcrad In the course he ..m, pjitor of the newspaper, it was .. dlfflcull bSs En* land w divided between th to Ihe conimanding ;;; ir 0 "i.rded li *tecr the '•Ad*ate" through I the time |htf ftandard-iieiircr of the new middle Course, as Thomas Chener i-it.-Uw f his death. Aa brothi .1 Hi, 0DUDS*. M ni Thomas Chcnery, the editor ,i th. Loealoa rbne*. he had d double reaaoa to give ol (ounialism in the Island, i outset he showed a natui.il jjift Tor "tiling and he set out to reaha hini'dt the complete lournalurt. "He shyly, but well.' said a con\Uknewr • his reports ol Itt S eHn SJ l ojueatly Bsare %  %  of the %  .vnukl wrilc up a n. b la easily M he COtlld ctmdcnse Into ,i lucid suicinent tha verbl* ,.(, %  .,f ,i dull tilamoon In the \ owej "i i ipid ooodenaaUon and .1) ii.nl dctcripUon %  .iiiDharactorlsUe. H gifts a* an all-round itmin.ilist were not long In milking themselves fell outside After the if .BD8, he sent to th.Oai.w hfa-U il< s.riptioiis of ISM life and damage to pioperty sualalnsd by the island and tea Plication of hli arUclei In thai newspaper was PSfinb i bj for tha M.mslon II" FUad for the grant Item Iha lliltlsh CioM-rnment whU h Onai.ii-.i BarbaeM to inxlortalra tin work or leconstiu.lioii |bu> wag %  at iy the Ailvm ;ii<-" to report .11 tin' olcanlc cm|ilion in M.H Unique .net hia despatches gnvc a realistic account of the damngc done ly th.il f-.irfiil visitation. In 1901 M ..ii^mpanled Si>Daniel Morind an ngiiniltutal committee Jiim.iicu and his di-s.-nption <•' the oartbojuaks Uiat completely destroyed the city of Kingston, Quiring big ttay m that colony, brought ii vivid piciu'c of tha ige to the eyes of West Indian readers. democrat-.. He had been hailed had uteered the "Times,'" with OIIARLES CHCNERY Though his descriptive powers %  i..ldci;ililc. it was his ceaapeteoea m a lead* that was to make Chcnery outtanding among the Journalists f his d.iy. He quickly developed in easy, flexible style Ol wrlODI that could get to the crux of a iroblem in slmplu terms or develop an argument wi.u the H the downright champion of the marked bias towards Liberalism loree of unanswerable logic. He DSOBto'a rlshtl and was. PMreAlthough hia newspaper owed itnade himself a master of the. over, lupported by the mighty financial life-blood to the few. buatoSSl of public flnance and his forces of the Democratic League, cheneiy stood Hrmly for Uv .irtlclos on financial matters were In tha turn, rights of all men against the described as "always hnlllant, l*'rhaps inevitable that the ri{hU of any one section. And psttetrattssj and lucid'protagonist of the new democracy while he waa no partisan of th. should win against the editor; who Democratic Uague. he used all Gradually Chenery made his had given many years of distinlhc ntouriXt of hU powerf-il way to the forefront of BarbafUlahad seivi..to the communitv. ,...-,,.„ .., f llIth „ r PVP rv.nrni ilnn journalists until hU only Kor Ura.thw.uu was the peopl.'t'^Uor^^iTSlhV^r.val in the held was Woodbine "***%  *-• •?& Md munitv^ as whole Ford. "Both of these men." Clen'"'i PbUo ISSM muntt a wnole 11 Wtckham once w-rote. . . *" %  ''"" ''nra,i to the wary Tne rutn u thmi chenery "-: -ssssr* s w S £r ,tm r&rsz."?? — Shen Shen'. They were exartly ,h( 6,' crowd And h* -ad,, himto control food price* in Barbato his advocacy. It was largely %  Oil feaied m every quarter, dos. The Governor. Sir ix-die due to his strong support in the When he was roused, and ho was Probyn, considered that the publipress that Charles Pitcher Clarki often roused, he gave no quarter cation of that letter was an ofWiW ao lc lo get the Income Tai and he feared no man. He %  • tsalnai UM !" ,_S*0 Act on the statute book of th his Instance the most v.o"£J *J" ? !" !" ?JJ?!!"^ Wand. He fought for improved *ZZ ^.r^t^sTg^^rJTor facmUa.fcetgoW'y.'?^ sensitive man who prided htmdenunciation roads asnltary conveniences deliberately ohj lent language %  cathlgaj term ^Tfc-eHth^ P^nSd ^on the long .^a^hjjdj, ,,, g ve hl5 pmM uppor[ 0 "" %  '* ';'"': '•''• %  B^U^r^^KcSKcsuch Lll 1 measure, a, old ag t eye and hgiu .alky Uon wa| „,, .i,^..,,, ,,,.. l( WM pensions, compulsory educaUor, T aiher diswldc ] v held that Chenery had u d 1 abolition of child labour. wSI a,ted in the interests of the comGradually the public came to aptoop. > rtaahl.. tmguishe.i Bnt, 1%  • apj>ear.in,.\ He 1st." nd alwayi • The Political Areiia journalmunitv The Middle C—US pieclate the sterling sincerity ol the man and his burning desire lo leave Barbados a better and happier place than he had found it. Chcnery knew that he would he That Chenery would have been compared with W...Um-e public lif, is ,. h „.,..„,„ h sometimes to hi* own disadvan. ndicaWd bj Wl record as Chair," 7' f %  "**,_ %  •" to hi lage Yet ho wa. net "ni.V.Sd %  that of the rUghway and Sanitary S^^of'JS ^H 23 his style and methods should lie Boards. He had a flair for execu%  " organ of independent opiniur. hlTerent from his aval's The ll* %  ', k and was m His best when %  turning point in its poUtical latter belonged to the older tradihe had to control a Urge num,nd social history. He establlshe.l lion of Barbadian journalists her of men and to steer his course the "Advocate" as the guardian of whose views on public affairs were through a maze f cross currents, the public welfare. He made it largely Influenced by personal dispassionate Judge of men and "onsldcr.itions Chenerv had reHe was a careful man who waited events. He informed and dirertlolvtd, like his brother-in-law. until he obtained all the facts of cd public opinion m such a way I would not ippeal ta tin %  .-an* to a decisBS to steer the Island safe:y bepasslons and prejudices of men mo Ha ituboornly refused to t wccn OT e Scylla of reaction and Issue and his prec, he C harybdU of revolution. Tint great enthusiasm to wh he had devoted thirty years dear vision, his intellect and his sound -neveFy t: 2*?" without being personal and -thusevidence with mcticulr--He sought to be firm In argument He felt it was his mis: 'ift Barbadian journalism from 'he low standard to which It had fallen, by making it temperate and ipcn to re ison Thai (ask he approached with UM Maid of %  man who was proud ol the his dl s tln fu l shed relative on the "Times" and who rss determined to shoe thy of such %  relationship i-a re Have him a wcll-dcscrved reputa. t,„n f.a Sound Judgment. It b J ta l,fc not nnvrisSng that he aucceeded e t n In securing the position of the Judgment made him successful •Adv....to" is 'he leading newsUie great undertaking of his UM Kind. to bring honour and decency bring honoui to Barbadian Journalism Rut these characteristics, though and to make the "Advocate" one Ue for a man of affair*, of the well-established traditions 1 1 his failure „f the island, in ihe political area. There were like Valence Gale Chenerv crll ' too and on one of the Grenadine islanuthere stood a whale refinery. Two ust" were made of the whale. They ate tht flesh and drank the oil. Nowadays th< only reference to the industry I can he;, is when bright young things tell yc they have had a whale of a good time. Friday—You've got to hand it to the girl and boys and even little children whparade up and down the streets advo. tising religious wares. Far more coi structlve I think than the notice on thCathedral door warning Anglicans no to marrv Roman Catholics. #0.7.'/ 1I -0M I ii: Si\ 1 iiOMM Obtain your requirements of • I I Mill l: & SIIINCI KS WALABA POSTS. CF.MKST PAK.rS and OILS GALVANIZED and A1.C.M1M M SHEETS and All HI II HI.I(s HARDWARE (rom WILKINSON & HAYNES & CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phones : 4413. 4472, 4687 Beckuith Stores ftn* From:— AMERICA FRANCE ENGLAND tttN>w% Slraw. Nylon, Cotton... Light as gossamer... New styles. . Priced from S3.29 to S12.00 $41. They'll buoy pnyou up in the Uv holiest weather: cheer you through a stifling day— NYLON SLITS — 2-ptece — neat warp hairlines & check effects, grey or fawn. Da Costa & Co., Ltd. Saturday—Calypso died of grief becausOdysseus did her wrong. That is whCalypso was chosen to represent tli songs of broken-hearted people wh hummed snatches of English hymn tune: to themselves around the camp-fire.-. What else was there to do since they dio not have civic rights. Somebody please clip this out and send it to the Boy who has gone in search of further education. Ask Captain Raison if you don't believe me. P.S. Calypso lived in Ogygia an ; sland like Pelican, Here They Are!! ALL THESE FINE HOLIDAY EAT MORE FISH Froien Haddwk Smoked Kipe*rs (in i in(s La Sauce Maekerel PUcharea Sa.rd.nr* Loonier Shrimp* Oysesr Arwhnvlr* san riea, EASY TO SERVE Satndwlrh lir.ul Anchor Bultrr Oesea Lob*UT paste Meal Paste Fi-e*h SauMte* Minced M' .k Sweet Bread! SAL'CES and SEASONLNG H. P. Sauee Italian Ketchup Italian Chile Sauce Celery Salt V>(. Salad Clovea Nutmeg* White Pepper HOLIDAY MONDAY Call* for Call* for Canada Drink* Pboac IJIK — We deliver The Flavour I* altvay* rirht —Srrve Gold Braid Rum -S-year-old, FRESH


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I\(.f TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE S VTI ItliW (K'lllBKR 4 USt gcUub QaJJbiq S IR FRROL IX)S SANTOS. Kt. C B.E ... in irnva) from I t n v to continui hi* irn|iuiv %  nto the Salaries Siralr on behalf cil I hiGovernment. PlWtl EXHM. N has been recently I. -eived i'< -k.nnct. .. al v %  n A i lU now S'^M i %  in Dein. %  lion Skinner no* residing in the United States and a Miss Lee Skinner formi %  %  %  lirl*' School \.|T \,.j.: mini, nI m*i: NATHANIEL BUTCHER D' t'tmytMv Tour F J HAKl.OW. Adv M 11 ... tot TriniiUul '. H H on Technical Edui it •*! Modern High the Secreti*t> of State for the School, and I % %  %  > V,. ,-('resident Colonies arrived here on Wednesof the B A A. A., left for Trim day nighta H W I A freer ted by it W I A yeaterday Mi He has been making Lynch will be Manager of tha complete tour of the area and Barbados Team at Athletes taking %  %  %  inc Hoti i >luih-iils Krliirn S TUDENTS of Iha i ti | wi [ndlM returned to Jamaica on Thursday By B W.I A after spending the summer holidays here Those leaving were Mi C ParTW \U 0 Cummins, Mr James Williams, and M Hill. St. Michael. Many Hupp? Returns left by B.W I.A. yesterday foi /"lONORATULATIONS to Mi-s (iuiana where he will Iv> Grace Worrell of 3rd Avermploved with the firm of Messrs UP The Iw who celebrates her Q ih.m. £ Co birthday to-day. Many happy re!!< %  .. ompanied by Mr. t ,i rn s of the day and very since Emmanuel Whiskey, who la augsarV vi.hn for your future happine -. b) T V A visor of the same tlrm. He expects //,„/ h „ .,, „. the U S A to be away for abouMhrer years ^ mQ fl v HA| „ EY VAiU iwrt in II i '• M sehedir day. n turn boon i >.-ek rwntv-fivfi KsSSn In t'.u mi thi M iss Ihssif: PARRIS, sister of Mr J L Parrls, Assistant Manager of Sea well Airport ttid daughter of the lute Mr Ham let t Parrls. Jeweller of I Mrs Parrls, la ti holiday visit to llarbako Sin baa been residing in Canada for Ihe past twenty-seven years and she came over by T.C.A. >n Thursday. Returned JOHN F HUTSON and Doris Hutson returned on Thursday last from via Bermuda after a M" Son un,l ftfr ^ M^.on WH AND MRS. CLYDE WARD n ., urm d h „ im OM Wednesday by Inhiiii-il the proud parents of a alr a fter paying a short buslnesi ton and heir The happy tVfnl V1M H had discussions with look place yesterday and mother Mr j Nicol. Education Advisi-r ~ io tra for Develment and Welfare. Me u .. .i i %  %  -• •' 'I '' %  R "' %  ttn Holiday J D. DOUGLAS M R AND MRS WILLARD i.HANT were Intransit passengers by T C.A. for Trinidad ;m Thursday. Mr. Grant is Man%  gjng Director of T Geddes Grant (T'dad) Ltd. Wrightliftvrs Buck T HE Barbados Wclghtlifting Tun who recently went to •Bdgeton". Country ROM, rrlnidad. returned home by as among the passenitei* waving H W I A from Trinidad vestcrbi it W I A for Timidad on %  „„ Thursday afternoon He has i ^.j. //,„,.,. onn8h 1 ' „ ||l OUVEB R ROCK, ionl l/lcr Twenty fire MH 1V1 Mr and Mrs. Howell Roek, M ISS MARJORIE STROUD. and formerly a Sub-Editor of tht daughter of tin Utta Mr Kjrbada* Advacate, and who his imtreal arrived O at Stroud and sister of ItW been working in Aruhti. returned b> T C A on famous Spartan ftU.llers Strovid to the colony during the and babe are doing fine. Mrs Ward is a former pupil of Queen i College and daughter of Dr Uk |fn Charfal Payne of Country far u Ihiy M R. C SPURRIER. AsMst.i: Manager of B.W I A H iriival b> B. W -I A here on Wednesday oi a short visit He returned t. TrinUM OH Thursday. a.,. Hunth W|SS MAY SMALLEY of St M", rJZJ'"""'^ '.-month"'; b7oii^:r !" rtinVhrcolo.,, 1,y holiday S! with M"nd Mrs F. C. T.C.A. on Thursday on i Mb Bock I. rt.yln with Wnt Bay". Worlhlns. **X since 1927 i.l.mv, .„ BUttOS 11,11. Canon .Warner's Column \^^a STARS' +^ II' < WON HIOH iWCMIi ad^p lAsk You-AMIa Snob About Music ? Charae Reduced By CKll SMITH WHEN begin ,:ocs on I ,,11 V(N critics learn lose patience when I (eel that M a wrathful corressuitable gtUmpI i to take issue the^e atobkW Wltli wit"h"m> opinron'of Slbeliua. of great re] l p n j. HAM MUMmcanour takes on the gravity ona hncalled ma "you critics." a -< I do no enjoy being addressed in Graie I the ulutal. It invariably means she valued especially ttq i that I am held in low esteem. favourable notice of her ng1 What this reader would like to becau-e it had taken me Aw %  rill me, I imagine (though he to reach the point at whuti I ,.too courteous" t do so. Is willing t.. wAu I Or periiap. "WW R-;eentl> Whtn I eongratulnt .old unfeeilng .nt.-il.-.tual." ""' " 11 I i.lead KUlltv Stem vtoUi i i parformance ti< when he was dog-tired at the n of an International tour, be tortcd: 'You know batter thai i good." a Men 1 call Lham uerrarinances. — L.E.H. iii>ts LISTENING HOURS A snob lets his mtnd eoBtrol hii fillings, in older to give Uaf "" prcuion that his tastes are very %  Metal and very cultivated. "** M ventursrsto Uto or dlOrd.nanly like %  ptaea <>f muab M I muakal ':", |N perfosssiaT, '• calniUtti iha bas> pre I 0 i %  pinion will make. HicaBMOt afford Io be spontaneous. If you ask me I lova imisii. I love it more deeply than do people who consider it rude to cast aspersions on poor works and poor perform! | ve music so much that I um Mgi riiody mistreats tt. disappointed when son.cIHKIV fails to naagufa up to it* gsevtsa, u v ... Hmn requiierhent-. Main. S p n< Mul>y L^iai.r FWIUMII. '< • '"••• %  '<* "",'"' D£L-. :' usz.% sin l.> are the people who want to p „, i„ j .. u p n, thing but Moiart. Bcelhi-.rt. !" nd up (mi Pmnmni Par*!-. oven, and Brahms over and over. lr 5 nl "H,TuT l ,' V "' 7 ' P "' ,,am N "' frOODdi tint other music is Tlf Hit m. II KM. W 1IM less valuable—or less reputable, or %  — %  — — %  let* tnnvlnsr 7 IS p m Brhlrnl IhN. 1 U "' less rngving. agortt luvtow. Hlti. n..d. Nr.ir-1 Bnoba, too. are the people who %  *, „ ,„ ooodbv* iun No.. | ,, ,. will Uatan to nothing but very old TI.Mtws, 10 10 i> n Prasi U U muate tin the pinataanUi eantuiT, or t \ !" a %  they say. —*• '"~ **~" -— ....i— TWO YEARS AGO I BMM who u a Roman Calholte. / a keen member of the Church Of Enulond. We hare both i nut ruction in each other'. faith, but neither has been afaccd. What should we now do? LOOK at your side tirsl. Tom* hundred years ago your ChurchH violently protested ugamit abuses tO be bound up with an authoritarianism focused in the Pope. Anglicans believe that some ofl^g* these misinterpretations of Chris^ tunny still cling to the Roman Church. So Anglicans are reminded that in marrying a Roman Catholic they must accept the responsibility of bringing up their children according to their convictions as Anglicans. And the bishops trust them to do this. Now look at your Fiancee's aide. Her Church wants a written undertaking that you will surrender your right to bring up your children in your own faith. •ma will also have to sign a promise to try to convert you to her faith. Her Church has as much right as has yours to expect a member to obey the rules. Both Churches agree on one thing. They both urge strongly against members making mixed marriages nf this kind. This is because the strongest stmnd in a marriage Is the religious bond which undergirds the whnl family set-up. It provide* the one quite certain way of overcoming everv dlnVuItv which may come alon". If husband, wife and ihiUlm are not one at this level. om-thing cniclnl is likely to be mis-Ing from the home. —i.aU FOR MATt'KDAY, OCTOBER , 1Z Look in the section in nrhlch your birthday comes and *V find what your outlook la. according to the stars. ARIES abyba little to shout about to-day, but March 21—April 99 dor it minimize benefits, overlook adv anat tages Your practical efforts wall p aogra s a. ^ Take extra cure in personal affairs. —There will be need of dipping into men^ g-tal resources, of employing experience and •—— -ommon sense in all efforts. Avoid ft. M TADRUt April 21 te May QBM1N1 May 21-Jan* 21 CANCER M ta-JnlT 98 • July LIO BsV-Aag. MOLDING BACK Iha tears, Vrs Martha J Wage. IB. of Red Wing. Minn., leaves the U. S. court in Munich, Germany, where the Is on trial for the slaying of her husband. Sgt. Dan P. Wage. Tho young mother of two small children sobbed as the court reduced the charge against her from first drgree murder to "lnM manslaughter" after a m i r. %  tiling but "atrtaui" Or notblng but "light" which u not disturblnglv %  ; %  These attract... A thoiMiai kinds attl i me. Among pianists, Artur SrfinalK-l and "Fnls" Wullei have given mc equal pleasure K tea Flagstad's singing Is wonderful' so i* Mary Martin's. roacanlnl Is a great but 1 was also lost in : i foi Robert Morton, who led the orchaatra at the nkluiouth benefit lost Mondaj Hid oi,i aui h an axparl (ob (without rehearsal! of keeping astride ,,' highlv-individualistic music ball itiisjan, i at seven Hrnai t^ hear Vlvienne Segal sing "Bewitched, bothered and bavlldared" In the high-spirited miMBOal eornedy. "Pal Joey"—which I Opfl LoodOB will sec and hear some day. 1 know the score of Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess" note for note. I have been an active musician. 1 have played the plang in a jajx band, directed choirs and played-tne organ, conducted Purclls -tJido and Aeneas" and Beethoyrn's Fifth Symphony. Lost patience i knfftv vihut it ito make ;. failure*--in public and—within namnv-lamili—a success. Because I am acquainted with the problems of performance. 1 CROSSWORD 1 J ^ •i ^ i 1 HT 1 1 %  U %  M it p 1 1 l 11.. N | | • llimpr.1 Dill il 7 dutfrula a r'.c J ( W TIiF .nl'.ivnn* ot mat., our %  13. on* rag Dj %  I! 17. Idlniiij'n. .. prooie. ill Td. A tlry lot Ul Olli pnnteJ* StUIIIIH p ii-r Ijl 2S. U.TF '.'Mill m 2*. Tllll. '; %  %  ;l. Hum* ol mail* m M i asawa 1. Matiiincrni per Dm y the latest seieiilillt research methods, and give an admirable ataUaUcal picture of iha papan people read in the various social classes -and geographical areas Usf ^immunity. The Evening Standard. as would be expectiMl. O -tiongly in the table devoted to the class analysis of readership. In a "sample" repi.atjntln foui million, thre.> hundred thousand men and women in the avaU-to*dO and up|icr middle elasaes, four hundred and ninety %  uaand art asslgnen. in %  :. %  % %  .. il. Sest ii. Incidental Intelligence Not only do-s a :,e\\ vaniinn leaner now being advertised make niavoiinai>e, beat eggs and grind e.iffce, but you don'l ha\e to marry it.—Fun and Action, C B atta —L.E.S. CLEARii\GS LADIES LIMA Kl IK III! .l-S-\VI,ii,. I'luin. I'rinlcl—21.1s. were J7 eta LADIES PL'KK SILK FI.OHKRKP IIKADSCAKVES. • Few Only J5.IMI wen 912.15. LAMES In.l.Y FASHIONED NYLON IIOSl; SI.Ml were S2.ll CORSETS—"BEST FORM"—Sl.00 were (A tt film 30 and 32 Only Cleiirini! old Block LEATHEB HANOBAG8 s:i.im PLASTIC *2.1M) New Shlpiiienls PRINTED CREPES. SPINS, Ete. 89 els. When the Wife Is Younger I found my father, aued 5t. rirtthaf I'-i'h *ii I" *" 1 '" M nai, * heart broke tr. He iras just home fro*, i holiday uith iy molhrr. r.ahilnj thai he is a 'back number' as far as she Is concerned after 2(1 years of marrifloc. On the holiday she had left him alone Just to tag along while aha attachM herself to younger patMjkla i" the party. "She is nine years younger than my father and for ten years has been running her own small i u.ines She -.,w she -. • been stagnating for 16 years . .'All my father wants now Is peace and %  omfort . '" Did He Share? No mother should feel that bringing up a family is stagnaOon I can think of few thlnis less like it when both parents are doing It. How far did your father 1 wonder, really do his share? A longing to escape the family lb seldom present where a mother has found In this work a new basis for co-opcratlon with her husband. A husband Is able to satisf.. deep emotional needs in his wife and to help her fulfil a "career' within her family. Your mother appears to be looking for appreciation fro: others because she had so little of it from her family, yet all her husband wants is "peace and comfort." That's not a very exc.tlng prospect for a younger wife. We arc meant to enjoy .life. That's why we are here, instead of enjoying life, your mother U enjoying herself. And that way lie., disaster. Husband and wife must each go half-way to meet the other. .To snap out of that not uncommon lethargy which comes to some leen in middle age. your father'doctor will be able to give him a tonic. Enthusiasm He must then try to accept, rather than rebel against, his wife's business interests. She has fulfilled her primary duty in her motherhood. He should try to enter into her projects more enthusiastically, and congratulate her when she doe* well. She Is the sort that evidently feeds on "admiration. If the Inevitable consequence of an. of, ><"ir mothers friendships is the disruption of the fdiiuly lite, then she should sunender thoaa fiieiidships. 11 efforts, and personalities. • • • —You may And da> trying for your talents, aa. ambitions. Wisely combine your natural ^ ;ift\ with others' knowledge; exercise tal%  nts In co-operative manner. Dont rush! j* • • „ —Action may break fast, unexpectedly. Be prepared In known matters and others can aL be handled with less confusion. ^ -Don't Jump at conclusions. At first |? glance vou may say. "no!" Look sharply for clues, advantages, they are there. Stay with • our chances ai, • • • VTBOO Fairlv favourable rays; also problems 2S—teat, 23 with which to contend. Right concern for sL others may be just the helping hand need!" ed. Romance favoured. • #. LIBRA — Your day urges a determined front. Sspt. 24—Oct. 23 Group your talents for action, be resolved to follow best leads and reward will be _ fitting. " Excellent aspects for essentials, worthy ak endeavour. Allocate your action that you may deal with important issues ResponW slve period for initiauve. —An agreeable, co-operative attitude for &f 92 >cst results. You shrewd, alert ones will have marked returns, but don't over-esti. nate your Bblllty "r • • • Either directly or through others' favaurs new advantages will be yours. Make ^ thoughtful preparations and don't neglect little duties. ^ I • * -So-so lor personal and many other affairs to-day. Check over expenditures, loans. Watch general indications *> • * Can be one of your top dan if you arc — sensibly active, Affairs of heart, home T 4( Fsb. 21—Marcb 20 %  ,,„ uld ^^ most satisfying. Don't fear new problems. YOU BORN TO-DAY have a love for beautj J • -iinicnl labr*"' PETERS COCOA IS THE BEST Fur the busy life we live lo-day And to keep energetic tor work and play Just dru.k 'TKTKK s Cocoa anytime To bring contentment and happiness sublime ^ SCORPIO "** Oct. 24Hov, Noel Coward Selling House Noel Coward Harbour, his placi nn shore of Jam three cottages iloplng to the selling Blue on the northea. There are hillklde .ral reef protects the private bathing beach. Coward built Blue Harbour af'.ei th,> war. it is said to nave BDBt more than £20.000. Now he is thinking of b\iing another house In Jamaica. He will look around when he goes there in the winter. Coward liked the seclusion of Blue Harbour. He has no telepheaa then 1 The cottage ha occsjplad hniL-.elf has a large verandah, a bedroom, bathroom and drawlngroom. -L.E8, C4II IV CHirilen—t. 7*n T. R EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOL'R SHOE STOKE PHOM 4220 •AOITTAR1US HOT 2S— DC Buy it at your grocers u>-day and save money on every tin. '-tb tin only 24 centv %  l-lb tin only 4K cents. This is a Xvntlv's Protluet CAPRICORN Dec 23—Jan. 21 O.XI.Y aWCC IX -t WHILE VI I ll .\ ###.# is I'lUHU 11 It 1 TODAY 5 and 8.30 P.M. — TOMORROW SUNDAY 5 and 8.30 and CONTINUING FROM MONDAY STH 3 SHOW S DAILY 1.30. 5 and 8.30 P.M. ii L O ii K XO -'tVANHOE' PIT 24c. — CIRCLE 48c. — HOUSE 60c. — BAL. 11.00 — BOXES 11.50 KIDS •* PRICE MAT. CIRCLE HOUSE & BAL.



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Mil KI>AV. OCTOBI.K i, ltS2 BARBADOS ADVOCAH r ACF. 1IIKKK Trinidad's Bad Drivers To Be Routed Driving Standard Exceedingly Low CHICK DEFENSES ON 'MIDWAY' HI | (From Our Own Correspondent1 PORT-OF-^i \ 27 Trinidad's bad drivers are to be routed %  > Superintendent 1 S Paton, Polica Trail 0 li h thai road trftpa will be used to hold HI. rnotoj i u %  i ,• •(,. %  AaiMlard .i" M %  : %  ,.' road dlacipltne in the island wag HMMdliuj I a ai I • %  gauraa which would ltd la Un merit i. haHl) %  B| bad i! ,\ lit involvt meet <>( H.wi Traffic Regulation ivtruj pro11 tin Insane %  %  %  %  enftherUni the TraflV i i adding number of .• %  *>,! l policemen and 40 Special • future. I -111.1...-! MMSo far as instruction ed ll iImped to organise demon%  -. photograph U I .finonstrations in public. and perhaps *oinc short inatructional lilm* to he shown throughout the Colony. M I' t..ii -aid that Ui< dement Governor Of Leewards In Harlem I'M • ** .> t-(.-BB4nt> ANTIGUA. On Saturday .'"th Septembellt^ Bgcelleno > K. Hlnrkhurne. Governor of tho I.—ward lalanda ritrl icpraeentame of the Leeward bland* AjajactaHans In Haw York Citj nt the Hotel Theresa. His Excellency ens Intndueed to on the organisation* and Press representatives. In the skyline ballroom a OOlOUr party of British W< etcrans with their W.I. Cruise For IXew Italian Liner WASHINGTON \ndrr.. !).. %  11 t, ( M tl ith i Europe unca iha wai will : r. Waal ludiag crul at in I 19 nnell, vlce-preaidanl of Iht An foi the rVaahu I %  (! WITH MITISM OFflCMS lookup on, U B, per**.mwl expUin operations on the air defense obser\ ation deck aboard the carrier Miduxiy during "Operation Malnbraee." The huge NATO naval nans ITtT In the North SM wUldrawtoacloaauitliiha-BaiiUoiDcT :u..;k." 'M'^uii-'iull uoHixtci stwBunrat: l^XftiSi were the Chairman M €. %  "rhanee" would not Bertram Baker i York State Asaembly are imported to i The decrease Hope EMwaahetlS, V|ea President United £55, W5"SP ~ """ % %  " %  • %  < A ""stances. %  U*S£m rdahiroay <**>;'>• Ho /> Jo h c ? ,hm 1 orp %  [f mam of thess reckcandidate for U.S. S*-tUii. m %  are drive* from the forthcoming elections and Prcairoad*. and against that 1 draw dent Burough of Brooklyn Hoi. %  (Motion to the nrtremi ig#i Clarence WHmn. ludg. M. fatal and serious accident rate* nn Crater Court, Burough of Rrookthe roadi "f thai Colony, which Ira i Antiguani. Attorney Ruth are out of all reasonable propt.rWhit*head Whaler. .. New York.-. t lon who •> Secretary of the Board of The ararwer is that, the bad Estimate NYC Thi* lady r %  nve though not a Leeward Islander well and cticfully. taking no played a big part in the organichancef and allowing for any D0Olatjon "I Hurricane Relief for tlngent->. Antigua. Hon. J. K. Thompson. •This cnmpulgn is for the beneColonial Attache from British he vast majority of the Bml Iiennle of Trinidad whether they Ills Excellency w..s then taken by Mr. Augustine A. Austin ..nd ILLEGITIMACY: "T. Hop.MephatU In I luxurl— — ous Cadllac (owned by AntiMr. G. E. Mose. Chief ProbagUilIl Mr Gwrgi BenU) la sea ti.,n Officer, told a meeting here h# MW Ub#ra catholic Chuuh last Thursday night thai .> pe< whlch u run by un A nticuan cent of Tiinidad's 1951 babies are Falnor j ainei Robert lllagit Dom in ica Short Of Local Rum %  ; haul H %  %  \i.dr.j ihw.u %  i c*lling al I tinique. bat. Km i it > tM %  [act that tl I ||M \mlrr* It.i.U | paaaengers, ^h< will lea Brn as head of the Urn. here when it waa a hraiu-t of ihit Trinidad house, and fron J ilv IH*S when It became n llm DOMINICA. Who* lleiiea in 1948 produced itl liability company 135.000 callous ol rum of which was astportad, (chietly :o4Jio Ltvward Islands), is now very short of loca' rum. liiarni-s Irom Baxbadoa, and Seawell I i "in Our OWB Correspondenl) In all, however. Mr. de Souan %  !.,,„ ( „. m served the Houaa of Huxgin i a inn n for 0 odd ^ar.. being | n '" „ *"Jgf*' v '';.' lion In lv4fl-49 industry which had dwindled Step Forward For B.G. ortafla almost nothing years. m Tr„„dau. B-5*„,i d id hran.her .luring the wa. As a busiueasinan am iti/ u t I..s been hel.l here in the bifltw %  HI by persons of all walk. ..' lifci. and his keen knowledge ol ana and nutmeg ogasraU n outstanding feature of his %  if(en beIn* %  utaaaa, gg the clin 1 >uited lo Unfrom Gvenieaa I'r-w S-r\icr Under lh heaumg New Commonwrallh write"Brltlfh Gujana'a new Constitution, hrlngTKil "' K u, versal adult suffrage and ..i..,i 0 i reaponnbU|1 years, it iiiitiisiorlal l.unchr" during the 's expected thai this year's •amort total wDJ reach Ova 1.000.000 mark. The total export for September a'one ought to be well over !On.two as tl .-uent on H. mirtVrefereiice to i '. l|,M 1 l *"" 1 ""*"" "" %  "'•*7 iw of stte for the Colonies expressed 'h'th Md the 15th totnlle-l 7^ w^" indTJrfamiS"!uclure W !^ U ^ „ this hope In an exchange ly "> bunehe*. and a !^K^T.m ,,l Vhm famdv n parti*£, Aurt,n '*" ,. %  ni. lopo economleal growth of banana* fQ 7 imum „ v generally than that of -ugareane. M „ pjed lt le.tdii.g part ii 'ion sky, „. .„,,„ „.,. Grenada Theatre rocsBtatd, and from an annual ex|.i,l in 1915. giving Ihe island iti %  i ighly i couple thousand fanplre Theatre, and In recent MUB %  BfNM !• %  >• %  "-UM 1. I UxHfMIr R MMK-n K, %  I AM. i' il NMh. O II >" Mllln II *' I i P IU-' %  cular—and ils main te*2s R^r? asserted that the self-aa Btruetura si..d ountinued perslslenlly down Ihe years with certain itnllv h u, n it al The Hill, luxurious When Ihe change-ovi blocks. A number of people there effcclod, been rv>minli lint, h Oulana will Jamaica expressed the opinion that there P'>ess a hl-camer.il lag] was nothing for them to return "' which the Lower House will .e.uii uw., ... r ^.-. ; -"--."--WM nmhinjj or lhem lo relur „ or which the T.ower Houae will "'", it Sll l " 'be Leewird Islands for. Here, *( ,f 21 ejected ine.nl .,. rBANOI CKOrs ; we now llnd m this toionj that Goverl|or fl>okv ^^ 1(1 j three e-OfBeiO % %  —— KM*" C -nUrnate^ 'them that md^d there was Cj'^r House w.llhe a rcvision-ry ''" Mr'Mose pV.lnted out that these free*.deal lo bring Ihem back to Igure* must be related lo Ihe time >"e Leeward Island*. chambtT of nin to be nominated hy the (; llguies must be rciatea lo ine time %  • -rr --•. f " !" '." fc ;""* "'l and It can cxei lapse for there had been a wgnl%  visit, chmate. sea balhing and tf0 e of onr flcan! rail OVar Dai pasl 25 years nice people. by the elective otUttnbfl pthei -Umt exports of Ihcsc frulte will as the aveiage for Ihe years 1921 During his recent visit to gun m„riey Bill", upon which it ,. lll!W hlghl. Some of ihe — 1925 was 72.1 per rent. Washington, the Governor of tho will have a auspensorv vote .if mplain of !" _i 1 • % %  ... 1.1 Islands. Sn Kenneth three i:."ill '. h hta L _,..,. „ r l|k u B -.„.. ., ji, child In the Trinidad fainH|)lckh ^ h B he high e....i. of ^-' k %  n 1 ily, *,e said, followeti mainly four W( sl |ndk^^^ omcu am .-rh e Corurututlonal (emission '• ,loublful rt palterm (D The marked couple. had dUcu!li i onj concerning of 1M0—41 who drafted the new has run an up-to-date stock and dairy farm at Ralllle'Baeo i i I f.1 flavld's, which has In %  | gi aonomU) ln-.ii Hi* aril) eont.ruie lo hold a -••• Dlraetor Of the local hous. E E.ul' Hughe* and Mr G I MIIIM .is mint Monaglni' In Mr. Barton Visitn C re n tula ST i ;n mt IK'S. Sept. go %  \ in ntg here ],. < Sunday fion rtd cupcliarnadoa on a week's vlsll was iiuii crops are nsportad io be Mr A E V Bartoi CJKI B* iaxpgjr* leiacy of UsS Wist Indian Com i make iu,i mitiee. ,.,.. of the new C lit. Packing Tomorrow afternoon %  MAIL NOTICE In th Brhlsti W5 t'i ..f h mani• M,. RNIMMK.I In Touch With Barbadoa CouUl SUtlon YOU'RE SUHE TO LIKE Maralyn MOT COLD MaraJya is a imr bed-tiroc drink and hasps ou Aad oodung oauld Marahm i. aaagf milk dcluwuUy ftseourad, and enn.hcl m.h cneigiuog lucar.mali aaaf M g I0VBIL QUALITV PRODUCT deep MMmdiy. I HO neap re |#0 I ba asorr | '"' "" SI CAM nilk dctiaouUy 'M\ll\IVV.u, U I %  >' MBS labourers. He received an excel;,,) The comroou law rosnlt) i Hi) The grand-,......ii family and (iv) the mother who slai.cd lifwith • one ,e...,..nsh,pbn, had he. vuii broken ,.p when he, ROM. m ^ ( irnuniflnR rMnlnR ;ilHl h( convinced that all workers %  and ^ coauaTradaflSsaMp "^T^tt^ 1 ''!!.?! to l£ •" *herr the children suffered would e\enluall> do well. He -i-„ -* !" #v#ry hope thai titutlon anil who-e recomh Rosnao BOO\ ed off. leaving her, usually afte i i I bob} in.grand-parent fa mil. ron^sairand'Ther; was"no was also give, lather fixation or parent-child asttgdoyinoul relationship. H tU bod. Hid Mr. Mose, both for the child and the parent, a* ther nor mother had any l-aln.Lii the ontinue. Ifnite, %  %  lltlran t shoulder what al Wi II unfali laaagun W I illty or mot ll %  delinquency stems." %  lied upon Plant wil Inn.Me VMamount iruil th^it the Corporation ealimWi'd Tndisns llis mendattona are generally to b l,,L . ..^ „ bowSrSa. n I fl 'k>P*'. Included rawback 0 b device of a Joint a botl "is and banana eulUvBtJoi Houses at the discretion of QM I gpOTt In Dominica ll IM UM I %  •i of the t good roads. There much rejection of a BUI by the ran I %  brtarior and on the Windward roast which enn'The Secretary of Slat. ri ,,i |„> fully i-xpl-e.i r v."'. propiawa a mndinc.-.ti i Honour the Administrator. HUIVIH. a a A^...i Vici U..1. x Wiilrhrss LOI'IH L. BA\ I I \ Hull.,i, I.Allr be proced u yg whet i 1 ill I amended, but nol rejected, hv the Uppec Chamber He bJd %  %  't il -I that the life of the legislaturethe period under review import* is to be four yearsjind the definite >atisfactii 111v or lo acute moral tension. RABIts Then the Probation Chief said %  Tom all points of view the worlds BIGGEST small-car buy! %  r age wa* r %  '' >f responaiTrinidad. Thi* wa-. announced ui and ll was *" Information Office release after M l there Iiad been %  dying after being mttei. by the i .i %  modus Rufuaj which trannmit rabtS Mass iiiuotul.it on ..'ilmula Trinidad had an unfavourable particularly | I Ing car,n,. ...lance of more than rled out in areas in whioh the bat* Jo.OOO.OlK) during the Urst eight are known to be biting. It months of this year. This is menMeanwhile, the Health DepartUS. tioned in the Monthly Overseas men has warned the public that I %  „, aassHfr n s voters are ssrpi adiUons and gave thi* aa he Illilerale is part of the evid^-u. t o a ao n Cot tbeu ret IR\It DCHin : hastening slowlv has so often he "he nolltieal order Impendent territories Open Debate Hut u area ufadeiatood from a fery reliable SOUreg thai the agricultural concerns In w u many British Wesl Indianand da* I arork* i could bPARIS, O ,he plan W1IS *• %  baan I "' "**' ndtined Yanca she cannot .-onlrart wht< I, U,und the cm . .unt upon Amor can support In ployer*. The workers who re Trade Raporl fui icptemuer isaued butchers are buying and slaughthe forthcoming General A'"i"turned were unfortunate In thai this week bi Odvertunent i CatV tering diseased cattle ..nd selling My debate on Tunisia unless th* they were already on Ihe way til Statiali.i.! Officer. them, and they should not purFr'tich government agrees to ope. n'.ms before the plan was The report sh.jw? thai during chaae beef In unauthoiiacd places 4 frank dchate—I'.P. -oppsd. WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky The purpose of *igne is to tell without words. Mere is a synv hoi that tells, plainer than anv word-., of whisky at its finest . lovinglv blended, long matured, until ii i* as noble a Scotch aa ever came out of Scotland. • %  SUPER LUBRICATION SERVICE For Ihe Convenience of our Customer-, aygj have further equipped and extended the facilities of our I.I "URICATION Service Department t take care of all needs. We are now in a position lo ifive prompt attention to vour I.ubriration Service Problems and Solid | your Patronage. roinrisv CARAGE fROBKRT TIIOM LIMITED) BiCA01B...*i'J^ml.K.lhhr U hch*.r j.oi.Mlr thapi h-mllc Ibry'ir mdc lo h*lp tnu |(l m(. S*Sr) OSSttOBl •*•. ilw harden l iraih Mou .tetum, hnour lk Wiuloni dtspe ttun iliji of JIIV oihrr iu.iil.hi.idi' I'u'c Bi.uk N>lun Adult Nylen h*a*M nd Ntl.m luh, IHt COWltCT-SHAPC fOOfHoRUSH M>DI %  OSII tin.. Of -i I "ll Issss a* il Urn % .<-.,. ** iblr.|inm*yi,"trmlohii M.>i.* worian "Oh' Ii la, u*(>i sltapH llm.il:!ll(M."Hld)K|i'l Its "inibfcj H inftsnunsuon causi b| %  hits sod dust. 1 tdviM Opi.u a& I ^*ij 1 m k_ sT ay^J|K-V' ^SKr i I V f^ %  Iv T^i i^p1| i : ^cSyWe', %  -• eaptri' i [O] •^JT,-""" BIG beyond belief f FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 So. *yry day lohr. I>.IMM Ins •* WsU"'ta.s Mgihaf •pmadsyslaur. •ilh Opiiu, %  %  thu %  ewy nil dm I'm |lad -• ka>nd BBool Oplnu %  nd gsrau, sooihing nn. •) vStas •nu're • tesrbriihl %  •>*•' no* Job*'" PROTECT YOUR EYES wOA Optr ov m %  E YE LOTION •as rwil reir ) TW ran of the c\e *nd mncr fauns Utouy be bnllbv *'* out tl %  id or tat whiin hfcwJih• row art* <*ad l each I>.KCI ^ BD**Maf*nagi -tviih a* i



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SATI RI.W (x Timrn i. ISI BARBAIH1S -\ Iv • • i >,l r ICE nvf. Technical Education Essential For Progress Good Prospects For Craftsmen Needed DR. F J. HARLOW. M.B.E.. Ph.D., B.Sc.. EducationNT Technical Education to the Secretary of Slate for UM Colurues. told the Advocate yesterday that all the territories he had visited so far were "waking up tj UM fact thai without technical education and better trade ng, giving prospects to craftsmen not Inferior to those for M i I in sedentary ijccupations. economii pm< m a ai LmpaaaiMa.* 1 Dr, Harlow whose duties ere to — — — % %  .— — %  Nestor Calls With General Cargo TRAFFIC JAM 0.\ WIIAltl 'data iadfl m. 1 ^a ii fr j I'^HP L^aaijaJ "~t w A i 4 ^^ % % %  ^ %  ^Bi^aar SJJ *• A* JI ^ #>^ G4A 1Z>ZI\ fXOfV/Y MILLERS HERE %  %  ..vailnuV D| i.n what they thoughi ulai pu UM : Utrtaaaalapm~nt in techi ical education. arrived here on Wednesday night %  %  Jamaica and Trinidad. He is a guest at UV HotcL I that he had visited practically all the British Colonial territories, but this was httnp to the Caribbean area. The Dutch steamer "Nestor"* Dr. Hari<>w pointad out thai the steamed into port ai daybreak territory's which did not modemyesterday. The steamer, which isr their educational system ana arrived from Amsterdam, brought use technical phenomena as a general cargo and a number of modern medium of cultural edutourists to the island ration for this age which wan conditioned by teetin illogical adThe ship is equipped with four I lit. must inevitably be air-conditioning machines which left behind. preserve the cargo which is being "ThenMenu to be a mistaken conveyed. These machines are Id— In many territories that c r afts %  located on the aft deck but the men occupy lower position* in the air-conditioning system runs social scale. Thi-. is doa to the throughout the hold of the ship, fact that 1 .vi' been i 'minifies aa in more adMr. A. Van Wezcl. the Ch vanced COuntrK %  for Craftsman to Engineer of the vessel, told thi p ivunerative positions of Advocate reporter yesterday that bility." formerly, potatoes had to be shipThe remedy for this he said ped in crates to avo'd the possibilwns to provide (ethnical educa">' o( spoiling, but the new systion and to attract to craft and tern allows for the shipment of U chakal work, young people m md other goods in bags !" "> e Assistant Court of Appeal DFCREES NISI The -Nestor' brought a total of yesterday The.r Honours Mr H — not know whal the posi8.470 bag* and 1.644 crates of Vi "^an and Mr A. J. H. tion is in the Caribhe %  Dl H potatoes together with 20 cartons an rnc '| confirmed Ui but I bavs found m of cauliflowers vrl chka n 't, < "Pi p J* r mplete lack goods on trial. *>.? %  Y""? ^ft ..Tithe mm-On our homeward voyage" A *"> ned %  "hew Lovcll. a ncers of Industry, Mi Vat ffasal aid "we will load to which craftsmen -..hub, will be placed in the airCM^aK^Ki;. f rU3£ -i bs Messrs. Coitl Fewer Ifcillar* For that reason. Ihej felt lh.'. lha island awul %  UM cholc* Of purchasing the typo of flour Hies • suitable. They agreed thai it was logic! to stand.i, Oat a flour durum th< %  %  UM that th< ment had been of considerable hut compared with Barbados. %  least much more freeform of MIL-, hs.ill.,n They WSM dam and the buying therthad to lUMaSff the present a laige extant been restored to of buying at more or leas i nnels. vai an error as It I I > >; fer**rt foi-i 9et muda and U VSS greater Bahatnas. they said have lifted taking advantage of controls t,. j)ktl thev ling In Barbados. It i hortl) aftei 'he war that d that each proBan as follow:.ey ware nd UIMftOI the M'heme MI guesting a fitch lh* to suit the hilerent types. Some Logic in I-CHIR Informed 'hat there posstotUt) "l manufac-.till be control on doUai SX] %  r.-. one member ture—and k| ami falrlj • M hg n tl on -aid there is la tinassrUni Hock I ., : %  fstion will fly over tn wll suhaequenllj visit Jamaica. They •aid thei enjoyed their stay here. and stayed part of then the Marine Hotel and part at 'hst Crane Hotel TRAFFIC JAM < irf due 1 Appeal Judges Confirm Magistrate's Decision i M V Mon-k at : "ii !>ehair of the petibe •< % %  %  doU I • could BOl i' I %  % %  ent grade* %  '' iiirf < Mil maintaining Umltlni lha tot % %  | They felt that such I I' 10 tlM advantage of Barbed'* ml back %  'In' baSK jl.ni;. Barbadian Usual I Wen sad had e.niud .i nspulation f i %  Thej nld thai the ronceswi %  ipital neni • hleh "uii be ln> ..,!>. • itlon, II would i'i ompto] %  ths i %  Una i.\ %  lived much III ( l.-ll i that ii uca ha all %  purchase %  IpSClSl Roui %  1 facilities for ll aspire to." WI*houl ''-me" oecupyina position.... ., industry w ble, Until such van nrovislon musl l^ made In tochrical in^titutloni foi :; in in1 eraftt. (. I Investment i question that the estate of James • Plvaro i, v, s deceased. special wmmodlty, n wa .... MktnmonlSl ( auses. R Lord* '-o Mi M M A Reece instructed bv W -1 for bak *" M C 1Walth* Chief JUMI* sn ., ( '-ssr* Yearwood Bovce SoUetnur. and >hop-ke. i % %  wyn. Police Magistrate of District "*re vesterday granted _dacreu appeared for the petitioner 1 to lHeir respsetiva •A" who fined Matthew l-ovell ., %  • %  always taking the cmt In a latKHirer of Rock ley Chi i r ^ r m 2J"i Qr .„.„..,,. ehenery granted the petition of _. lay* imprisonment for mflutlnn MJ 1 tjstro. .,., Brookn, Solicitor conditioning hold". BaaWaa poiafa "There can be panl on sound %  elucation is a g" future economic and social devel. tfprd & i %  %  also n the suit S M. MurphA ivell said that on Tn.srh.-.nei (icird.-.rt IV. left Ianuar> 21 OS nvi Lleflrisb and port vesterdav for Trinidad under her children picking fruits In his h ii les Qrlfnth ^( IMMINrK LEAVK14 ,.. bi hoped that SUnllar Captain C Wallace. Its cargo lnd. He spoke to them %  .n the consoled of 1313 containers and /„J^ c ( i 100 barrels of rum together with , „ 18" empty cylinders. The 48 ton "'' %  'Y'^v. W ']'"i S2f rS %  *" of nlne an w Sf ' A I ,\ carrying two passengers to Trinls i; th Pacific O oni mtolon d;i(l ^ VflMfl ln ( ons) lo ihem on (levelopment In (h( S| hlK)llc| owners' ASSoolaUon, South I | ,. in (.. %  rel irnlni HQLASSM FOR th at Ola end of his CariM .. %  \ r ; r oiNDL.XNI) ate hti work for the b) C %  tloner. W Farmer Ii on behalf of U> nd one hildren took up an Iron stake and hit him with il. Before confirming the Their Honours told Lovell thai 00 the evidence before them they nil i P;I -I \i i i) His Lordship The Chief Justic CoUsranON IB the Court Of OKIII .: i %  ill r win of Qaoraa Alexandr Ii in of Glasgow, Icotlai 11 vad in the Shi'nir Court ot terad in tini' inks of the Lords "t Council an i %  nbui fii Scot] i The appUeatlon was made b> i (Ml Cat ford A Co. could not do anythinK else than ., to confirm the decision of the m Police M'tytitrate. Petition of HolUgan Road, Bank Hal grunted for letters of administration lo lar Wrdi lin deceased PaHAC Commission. ir F. J Harlos anten n ed io lun< i : His 1 r. Qovi rnor and Lady s ivassj H on Thursmtervlew with Sir Oeorae Seci. c< The motor vessel Student Prince left for Newfoundland on Thursday night. While here. the N?'. if. m Pptaes lo a aad 149 puncheona. 3L'3 barretl and 5.480 carv .,. lom nf molasses. The vessel hi ^hin Mr G B C.rifflth. Acting M consigned to W. S Monroe Co.. Po i lctl Coroner of District "A" * it roller '* Iri nrt ,s under the command MavCTS a ho was taken to the *0CI smttTnd Welfare the * Captain H. Thomasen. Senerat Hospital on S.-ptember I .Iks with 38 suffering from an injured s.nm ,. ii,., Direct. It At K T< AITEAL COIRT : hi the I'.HIH i r < ii.n 11 v Lordship the Cblef Allan i''l. mOff ,i i ik Li the Court of OriKm.il Ju ,lle(risdictton of the Asalslant Couit appear* I <* t*c ettt>i.na. of .\pu. ; a the -a.-in which appellanl Rowland Clayton The petition of I lni11 | Cpurl mlMdvrnture was I. Colly] lock, m.dJurisdM-litin ;m September 2 the v.-id.ci returned by %  nineS1 Michael vsa grante I. Isad ir,< vi a "< is nium I %  || 1 ,,( 1, p ople lha Bun h wv 1 indJi thai thej •uppUed Boui sansfi condition 11irerj dlfllcult, prodoclns "utility 1 it „f %  twesn the betti and 1 hiless expei Ths IntarnaUonal Whi I lu r'a hriuht fufUlf f>' this vtuiiic Liilv, ltit is ,|ui, I, K warning aboui thebrlghttM richer colour thai nc v ordinal givca 10 itons MC| unglaxcd tilci and brick u in. in mi t.K ci IIFATII BY MISAIIVFNTCRK DEATH b> „f ON DRY IHM-K 1 and his s'afT. Yest-rd'1% mornlnj he mi Acting Colonial the Hp-Trn-on had Ul the H< ii Secretary. i*hle the 1 11 rlh d •h.-i' mi October 1. Dr A S Cato who performed the pi( went on nioftsM examination at the Cen%  ral Hospital Mortuary said that k Of the District 4 E Had BeaVvieU Showers During the week UMTS hRta ..vy showers during UN night In ti '.i tricts but the heaviest shower frit on Thursday ninht when Dtstrtel "E ST Pttar had ovai :* %  > inches of rain. Some residentmonUni and found F. G Smll and 2\ perches of laud •. 1 of the pi operty called 11.' fend was purchasi-d bv him from th* Iti'gistrar-in1 %  ,. .., < i, -,.!.. 1 111 irtp; Hi Lordship Mr .1 v. 11 Mll hearing of tnu claim in rhesrj CouH of Original Jurisdiction Honour Mr. J W 11 ., falU Road, Cl Mi .. H Ad deceased was tats of admlnlsti lion 1 .. tl t i %  Court proof her husband Lan tsdlng with the claim and subdeee.iM : '. i. ,r |K, l( should In his opinion death was due M, j ; v. ; to a broken neck and an injured bv Messrs Hutchlnson & %  •< %  > %  - -^ SSS^^SS^S^.lS. w— • % %  ""been comOne witness told the court yesomoermere lerday that while the deceased j-ri:'i.„, of Wilheil was carrying two bags of flour 01 f Sprlng> pis head on Horse Hill on SeptemJ^me* granted to* letl ber 28 he slipped on the road adn and both bags frll to the ground li( h ,. r Willm The oQceasad said that he had | n i P ,.f Spriughcan st broken his back and asked to bfl laceassd Mi %  B B I taken to the General Efogprtal .,., .,,. by Hutehnisun '. The Lord Combcrrii dr] dock yesterday morning after the schooner Cmeline had come th-. oft* dock. The sTmeJhM went on broken and the spine Injured dry dock on the completion of repairs to the motor vessel Ilimrdn Arias, The ffmeU ay a repairs to her had pleted. The Lord went on dock to undergo general all round repairs and repainting. Gonunittee To Preserve Beaches UtBcy the Governor ha Hal Cxcs A NINE-MAN JURY returned verdict of death by mlsadveneommittee undthe %  * Acting Coroner O iu> !" of m Thriiaa&*ol Grimih whon ,T,P """" r v toto UM ^Krrts of >e Executive Committee 111 charae '"Ireumstanees surrounding the Si 1'hdip. to the estai •* Lyle Warner (IB) of dasnagai ware Sub Stal District "C" St. Philip also had OWers and one inch and eight parts of ram fell there. Figures. I nets were Central Station IT parts. District Isd Hall 25 parts. Dis-. District "f !" ra 11 parts, Four TO arts. Crab Hill. st. Lucy one lm %  parts and BsUeplalM, St. Andrew ihree parts. On Wednesday night two iBchi i;nd 80 parts of rain were reaordad at SI. Jamewhile Di-tn.t K. and Crab Hill. St. Lucy r. A. S Cato Who ;(ci for the preservation of the post morte-n examina'mn On natural beauty spots whether September 28 at ltu C pital Mortn.ov aUrlbuu • 1 a fractun-o gkllll and c 1 rebral haemorrh.i %  Yesterday two witnesses to M.B.E.. th e Court th;it lh* 1 deceased c on Gall II otor cycle < ScDtcmrxT 27. S purchase or other e other members of the Committee are:— Went Dr. A Connell. >yc". E-'qu Esqun S Cato. M.L.C, Bdad Esquire. MJk. Ahile riding his CAVE SHEPHERD CO. LTD. 10. 11. 12. 13 Brold SI. J>OA (B&tittA JfLIUUA cheats ike SLAZENGER RACKET Newly constructed Frame, are now available Fred Perrv U6.00. All While l.o.tMl queen's $15.5 NXW GUT in Nylon at M.SIt Sl'PER SILK SPIRAL GUT .50 CHAMPIONSHIP OUt $13.(10 N.B.—The Price o( the Gut is extra to the Frame appeared for thi nranteil in lha paUtlo



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PAGE EIGHT HARHAItOS ADVOCATE SAT1HDAY, OCTOBER 4. I52 England Says Goodbye To A Great Athlete Job Comes First HR$T WOMAN TO SWIM CATALINA : .:h\< V uroiiRht much honour i u It is inevitable that a man n else in this count in, but tno i tracks i wii! be much poorer places without Arthur Wint. oo. Arthur Wim ha* iiir loving %  immediately enlisted In the ft A K Itflre iii.' II. tbt K.A.r* unlit 11147. when hi Hospital a a medical at Training a* I I %  train (.-' chool friend I ii nititiff Test Hero Named LONDON 21-year %  % %  men greed •I %  • nrlDfl ii" %  ,i. tropbj %  %  ML ..ward to %  %  the Crick* Wrtta* ia %  •w Suurx %  I I .(.78 tn the tests he look 29 %  I 1.'!.' run* %  'urine; the | .. niii bis National the HA F.~ nt r League Cricket Notes i.. S< I T— I g gj lot I) and It Robin. ... a"*** 1 r > l5 > Thi ^" %  ]H highlighted Satui,.. ,„ mn6 r nni „ e 17 for 2 in their ingv b) in* Maple \ irk.'dtir enturtaa 1 i Champions of i ie. city UvWoo rtfl up Ihe 0th wore of 454) for the 9 w^kets against BornJZJmrn .;. ip i 0 i M w' u A ,'k nd Jf"E ? r b-unun S3 ou.. M ^-^with-^triualc. Leeward Division rkci Rangwr. faat bowler tin allrounden of the *lde. He conSi James Boys' .Club fared %  !M mid thin nave Mm %  ona too well agadaef St. John !•> on* ut the II i : : resent rhampions rs eoaa* .i this division. Si. John BapU-t M, batted first and iheir dt ft M Other players in the tury bat*man. Kenneth Walters. team who broke into the 'op aoored with to out of .. lotal Yeerwood fi. C. "' IM. I i and T Hinds 33. In reply to IhJ aVl -ia* score of 458 for 5 Is • "uld only raise 43. l rhest in the history of In the Welches vs. Highland I %  Mill 1 Barnes. The previous best g.inw. W I.-h., h....a lr eady '<" %  th< of PTOKT*V \e who hn obtained first innings lead. ''1 •;!!•<• Roebuck Old Boys Welches were all out for 91. D. Gibbh scored 17 S Williams ,i i, i i L3. In reply Chanullrrs lenlur> Highland rea i ti. For • a dnSI ilelll.'Ul "A", i (.,. ii. |{ out ol .i total of 117. This i> ('handler's fourth ci-ntuiy in H'-Hn League Cricket. To the COM The Umpires A-.,, iation ol in %  Cketl took 4 for 49 and league will ir.ee! tonight to conI "binson 5 for SO. Belneld at the ""'<" ,(l %  oae of play hod %  cored I withlaUon which avail b< i ni ins.-. in the Ri i!ouocj Iii the Middlesex vs. Belli. I• I magging I > i ., Mondaj V — %  %  „ -* ARTHI R HINT Barb laeKonb %  bod many advantascs over Arthur Wint as an %  R.A.F., I ey was at i advantau. ol VJ S. coucbii | MeKenley was beaten by Arthur Wint in tin Ol.Mtipic Came* in 148. Arthur Wint> other sreal friend and rival Wta a U S Airforce gunner. Mai VhltBaad. Thali dueli %  .i i rowd would tiik to si Ihev competed BOB. in the last Olympii I \\Mai Whithel.i beal Arthui Wim b\ ono-ttfth of a second. ins brain as well as hit body when running, Arthur iluit he approached each separata problem. His be said, was the 1,800 metre Olympic relay race this year l! ins friend; McKinli'v Laini I Rhoden. and S learn rci Arthur and hli eoUeoguaa pultI hod and won—in %  "I "nie W loi .1 Win I. although 1 do nol wanto go -1 lik.it hi i Important things to 'i<< elaewh< re n, II in) i'n: about his native Jamaica. — It t I" Kid GaviUm Favoured tor Welter Crtnvn 11, JACK I'L'DDV HAVANA. LUliA, (t ;( %  via Qeu i-n In lulling odds lot teturdaj iaghfs world igbt I"*I ikbi vorsus New York Hilly OnaMOffB, uhuli i, (pa> tad to set ne I .nut goto Ik.:, i i dent nf lln iiiikaion, ss da 43.IHHI wa up%  Cuba has been host to only one rid ch.niit'iunship tlghi —the heavyweight mati-h in which inkfrom Jack Jolinson in 1915, A 11 bo the third i utpolnUof (;t.ibam in Nev York 14 months ago. %  of thaaa bid won ,1 close Howe • i '' % %  • %  • ed to be whan tie %  i HI a title I %  | to weigh la —U.P. I oniatloSailed l.a-i Sumlu) In Superb Conditions %  rut %  M > •• Ui ..." u H %  iiii vaM of lonsaooa n* ra waa a %  J i oo Dortb .iboui arlth UDjj "ii to a good atari. g ,is tust around toll Ijourod tioaei.v by tba i Doti wi.ich were %  di -i .nd astsjbUal %  %  iid. On the be.it 10 ViiiidwjJd. Vamoose D her lead while ii appaotod Ihot b log ...i rukaa -1 %  mug the i ..under toinplclcly lo-l e r KOO i.i'kinK too far on) eop was therefore completed in Vamoose, Edril, Thunter with Comet and Fury brtngmo| up the, rear. Th* next two laps were complated in -i rather lame manner. with no boat being; challenged for its position. At the ttnisli of the boat; were placed follows '— 1st. Vamoose. 2nd. I I .:,. %  ifth. Fury. C met. r poflftton in the seruit fi.Mi.ws :— rioaiNCI CHAOWICK. 33, of San Dlrgo, Calif., talks to a radio i ccr as she reaches Rocky Point Vicente. Calif., the first woman to conquer the 21-mlle Catalina Channel. She spanned the channel In 13 hours. 47 minutes and 32 seconds. Below. Miss Chadwlik, who twain the English Channel In both directions, is shown aboard boat after i>< t record swim. She was taken In an ambulance to hospHal for a checkmi Silletl 79, lias 24 Bouts In 12 Weeks today's Crickvt t ixtures day B" match Beltleld were all out In roplj hotl scored 190 for '. Foi MmO, Sobers took 8 fur 33 while Rudder, for the same team, I M. For Belfleld Da via took S for 23. SI. Matthias obUIOOd %  i innings lead from Han.:s -B" wiili g score of 197 for 4 against 111. For Rangers Alhnan hit 47 ond NorvlUe, 99, K i U Walcott took 5 for SI. I. Iteid 2 for 36 Fo : St Matt 1-. Daolef si ;,nd c, Orard M out. e also obi log) ii. | tht game I out for 77, K i. i. toklng 4 foi 40 and C I ilready arranged 24 bout rg~ J, H. n. l 8 T V ,, 'P ho,,e replied iii alma high. t<->. On MTaJ I D EbaBchfardL October 17. at Luton. he boxl-lge v, |"oh<. the relgnimr ABA bantam-weight m. 11 Troiiuan champion TOMMY NI4IIOLI.S. ,,„, Bf u., ., who for the early part of the pi.kwuk' vs Cmpnv *,t the ' Ul 'Oval. Umpires are H. B. Jordan ''' h '' ., ,. MM) 0. W | .' ((ay. Umpires are Messrs. I.. ixth Seru..,: t ,i it Ln\ in ine I WHO will !%  %  .... ip o teh ai esl amateur boa chubbr-facad j.-ai-old Acton feather-weight, The First Division mold ALLAN SILLCTT. Siiiett. noej :n the Arm} haa Spartan va Cant IN OUR HOME PRODUCTS DEPT. %  ana. BANDS *• Mil. HOATS < (i( IIMT TREES IIINKKV (ARTS DONKEYS KKl'IT SELLERS M M KV SKLLRBS 1.92 1.92 I.fix 1.44 .96 M Ml These Itnrn r Mde of I: .!. %  .. IXVl SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, II, 12 & 13, Broad Slreel FAMOUS LANDMARKS OF BARBADOS lOrning next. The R. %  ...n-iil.what disciplm-i. ,i, Uofl h M I • taken agaJnet Mi. uc tor playinban who were undei i. and also playing memHigh Blood Pressure #^M|M&Women %pplewbalte seored 59, G r (mm mm BI^ riMiut.'-hlU md-iiil l. lh. • ndUii herd's Bush, on November 19. Stlleit Hoein with FirTEK iiinvniK tout ... .,. \i-..\ -*"" 11 %  ,,, t ih;^r; for ti di % % %  %  H i trm M K. Cnddard is 50 nut out "•'.'"•f 1 Chamberlain are also leading %  Bog ib in .. low -. h Chsmtberl fll t knock but were dismissed for 67 am! irog wona with a aeore nt 4:( _. uf much httti ,.__.. .. -X pat %  ! Uc ati-okM ComHigh UlooS Pr... -,..-!r,..,L.ri., t ul haail and al.ova %  >•. I.-. I. .i.ii.-,, „. ih M( in hart. nalpHailaa, poor "IMP I U .I or niamory and •ncrary. rxuir ai,'i(cj. t#*/ and worry U ,an a.irrr any or (HIM aftnpioma. don't a.uv ereateaaai a .u %  day. (,,.. u a iif. may '• m damr. No.. %  mpt ..ma i aura a r. N. (op and La. i praoaura In oraath, pa If champion and the man Intermediate ( ji.MMjin-i .11,11 till' e irlrJoat wen' down for 4C. would be ideal. k Rock. Umpln r Bis'> I for 8 and lllackIJMSI FhF.i vnti win i: i I tor N Bt Luki BlUett'i Ann. coach, agraa wljii %  In tga acond Inning) of ftoma; me. "A , .-, %  %  nearer the mark for him." be .,, \ psjrrii ,•! %  <: GClaike R '" !lt artchotol for 2tl runs says. Well, aarg nl ,. „ t(;il .t Frighion coilccu-.! iw. to which ally have th, %  ,, ,, B %  oyte contributed 58. At the Sheppjird Captain .In of play White Hose were 32 D S SIIEJ'PARD. Cambrid ,,. Pohrc fl| Bank „ M| fO 2 For White Rose 1. ||„ie1 s Col,.„, t 11 w ri look 5 Ir 34, M -Hnvnca I-. H. 3 (>r ^ un(| Bla( kmii|i 2 for J J7 batting averages this season, will Second Division l) nes bJ,lt 1 llr ^ "**ta1 Kenmmer. >r( '""' i'isirni d _. ., Lodge at College. r^EiTTtaSnl acored M ii on : anod their ^S 11 imer and pl.ive.l m two --—_ -^J • th i %  ^T He touied Windward vs. Hekwlefe a; *"!£' "J,"* JSL'^f. '1,^ % %  ith Wmdward Umptt | faSi^f 11 B. IWne* I Sm M h ,n the Oval Teal agaUi I r-llston v, TM.^ ... ewi. „ "'"" '"" Blenmai 35 the Wrat lnllea In IfSO. ,, ( %  Bjoeme took 4 fflT I H. bit IM runs .average K riuln vne ""' f 1 *S? ,d !L l 5lVsfc|| 3 for 25 this season. cffleXwl w a„ ,. Hrui C '' K lwtel 2 f "' %  For TIM COmmlttOa have records! Cpmr *] "; Wanderers at VauDnnes V. Alley tie took 3 for 12. B. Rockies and Victory in a Day __ I" the Cun Hill Division. Empire at nen, KC Park defeated Norv.uk .f Howen i„ a day by an inning,, and 40 •••<.* '"' Norwick were rilsmissxl for > W.P.C at 27 S. Alleyne laking 8 for 15 Hareami Payne 4 for 8. George Park i wcmiHii: roi his Harris. hiring trio poet ti i mbornaoro vs. oraiaio. umpirt LtangridgOt thociub*i senior proI I le.Mnnal. was 48 in July. He look %  ninrtnflon vs. the leadership in 1950 tolUmpfa \ lowing 'be resignation of II T. HARTLETT. fOOTHAU. clubs adopt aOOM queer nickname*. Here's Cast!"thorpe FC < Bucks), who are II 'The Frir-tins" bo. founder of IhO riUagl ib Mi W I) M.MIKI! Had, owned %  Dotad hard in cows. oar rat root] H I .. Octeher 4. 1*52. "f liberty; they dofln man's rights, and defend th' %  ill men —JOMAH Q rlOUaAMD. 1 nnd B Clnrke. \ntifuo Wina Leew.rd filonda Cricket Trophy With 144 G ROUM scoring 11 i.l Walcott 41 In their second inning* Norwick were dlamli id for 67. In the Bid-ton vs. G: "— irar Itss Csniasialiaii naatch Ellerton fn,k lirst knock ANTICUA. (>cl ;i "" %  a I 87. To this total kntigu Di replied with 102. LordL %  a and lOfi rum S! Kit', -co ing 47. At the close of p Uy nga 90. 8acond Innlngi UT Bslort n won 2 without loss Antigua is thn.fiir. (ha 1952 All i.ii18 the Is? %  lea* k ,. n their game in the Southern '.. thank.* to iformariy known u llrnoii, a i__ %  -dlral dn-ovaty. xducaa High BtoeO I'raaaura vith P0UCI SPOKTS CLUB DANCE At ST. CKCrXIA KAKKACKK TONIGHT at 9 ADMISSION 3/llflla Iwr.b.a, • GRAND DANCE Orsea By M*. Aiie. i.ooiiHiiiiir MONDA1 -ii.HT Ort 6. I| a M*l>hwrai. ci. \ ir Fovtnt.it 2' os. S9e. BRASS POLISH 7'j fl. oi. 41e. SILVER 1 I il II61c. sii.vin roi un 7'.. n ,.*gc t.: %  IMRDS FAMOIS PDI.ISHKS have found %  useful lial place not only in ajvery household where pride are reflected in glUtoring silverware and apotleai but is also used exclusiv* K on crack Transatlantic %  • lintish palaces and Museum.*. 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WHAT S ON TODAY m WniifrVrt. School IM %  C fUm.. Cathedral IUIMWI Siaial N %  %  Pea** Bpotti Club Dane*. for UM IM. UkM iaau> ow tut Uw wrones that naad r •ii* rutuia In thr dliunet And Iha Oood thai I con do ESTABLISHED 1895 %  PRICE FIVE CENTS USilRDAVS WfcATHfcR POff.T 4m J* mt. %  taaaaM %  i C'DIAN FLOUR MILLERS HERE ON TRADE MISSION* Mnc_e Joins R*.F. CONFERENCE HELD WITH Ru^ia Seeks IMPORTERS AND BuiKKRS \ RecaB Of I .S. A DELEGATION. consistinR of three nimWrs ol Canj Amha.SSiulor i ui Mills. fammill in Barbados, with a' view to discussing Flour imports The delegation, made I up of Messrs. John L. Cavanagh. Paul Cdllaghan and J C R,,s MacLean, represents the Canadian National Millers' AMOItolSIS.V'bJ'^ea OK llt\IM HIWKIN elation, whose members Canada Conferences have been held wilh the leading local flour importers ind HRM • akm HM %  bawe ale h.-Kt an oppofttaplsi tit discussing i'lruttons wllh the Con-,i II. f %  upfill I Ml F A. I iii-hop. r.s.o. itileaai on tat North Anwrtea is barm %  %  jiti..i..il|v lane crop* of Wheat This is —|m mil tma in Canada, rrhOri H fi anticipated %  m 650.0OO.ooo bushels <>f Cana. i Spang Wheat will be %  ,.ir\ i stt quantity only, the 1 Flour trade would demand grades I types nf Flour suitable to needs, which in effect would taavlng in dollars to the :->lony. Referring lo their interview nth Mr. Bishop, the delegation I appreciate Mr. Bishop's position as a civil servant, and non-committal approach to the question." Thej added That theii *taH was nnicly of an exploraioi> nature. i and that ihey had not 1*1—WPtOT commit Mr. Bishop or any of merchants to any change In p.tin > _._ I out to the deleiaaure'Nome u Hen hlTilm wtl " ,h und *' ,hl Rsttttng their money in Japan !j*£L7 t difficulties to import I of flour. where free trade each buyer Mine-1 to his %  the cost, and roMpogc tht mgdjoi Ploui x %  JIAteOin the cockpit ot I Prince Nicholas of Yugoslavia prepares to take off from Fairoaks Airfield In Iftgland The Prince recently joined the Royal Air Forte roltiateCI < %  -e ind Is I %  training period < Interne liosial) ILS.Willliivest More In Japan mean By STEWART HF.NSF.LEY WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 American economic experts Friday speculated that an increased rate of American and other foreign investment in Japan may result from the victory of th" Pro-western Liberal Part} ol Prime Minister Snigeru Yoshida. These officials pointed out that i ... commit Mi Riah..*, election, WedneXy ,„„„ that n ," !" r ,:,m' £"an, P conservative policies would Unue to guKle the country. %  beltovod this wou some potential investors y have held off com... their money in Japan' until tdcv were certain lust how "^ ,hB one grade the JB] a trould react In their) Thev •pbeaed llrst general elections since occupation ended. There has been the %  there I bought bataas la n ** ' Uie flour l it United Slates business circles that American %  ponaorad Democracy] In Japan waa only "skin deep" and that the Japanese would *•< off In all manners of i • % %  %  tan II they were able to hold an election on their own. Wednesday's result* were Interpreted here l a* showing the fiillacv of thnt belief— r.p. f the tbrva commercial Bank*. Amt. acknowledged' F. A. Greaves 110.00 Dr. A C Klrton 10,00 J. E. T. Branrkei 00.00 840.00 B.W.I. Favour Union With Canada MOUTH HAY Ontario, favour of The %  trongj) nth province, and the qitattlon m the minds of their paopll is whether Canada would an, said Mr, F Young, IbSS legi.vlatoi in %  Mr. Young, an elected member of the LcgtslaUvi i oun ii of St. Vincent, said the plan held no .ntr. and Vfft L. -I be very favourable from an nic standpoint. fts) generation*, we have traded with CJBiadl Wk i are over i Canada is the exact 0P%  We belleva that n union would %  i i i ids lo populafa an gop M". Young nalrt. Mr. Young was vjultlnp; Nortli Bov with other mml.i %  (*. 'itmonwealth Parliament on BJT.P. recall frot %  %  %  Acheson said U M a 111 return lion". \r Act •ion has been %  relations bet %  S' SM ,. | .' %  \. Eamblo %  Keiman. a shy A ini.in on Ftbruai.v 7 Ihis par. Moscow hn.cd its dentnul for the Ami ow when he passed through Berlin i " anroule bo >• diplomatic tiH tiniIn London he *old repoiters at Berlin airport thai %  hut II Kaaki peentttad us to wnlV •h streets without anright to i to the Oernauai that would ba prs-tw>fb luiv. we have to lie* to-iay" In Moscow The Soviet newspaiei Prvrf later desenbaxl Mr Ksasnan'a re nuirn n* "ssander* 1 of • Union and said he "la llf< in Moscow Mr A s.>viet Dote gcacrtbad Mi 'slanderSoviet baummtoai 1 "*—* s %  i fiera!' eoenlaed forms of intemntlonal la%  — I*.P Dr. Carroll Gefti Poet At Hospital PR, DAVID SWAINSTON CARROLL has been seleetct fi>i apIKiuitment on three years* agreement to the post of Medical ">•• err. Barbados General Hospital. Dr. Carroll who is 31 years old Imarried. From 1042-1045 he rrved as a Pilot in the Royal Air F me. and on rel< he menreri medical studies at St. Il-i<1hn|nni'*w'* Hospital where he .outlined M.R.C.S and LH C P -ii .1 'rch. 1931 It is not yet known when Dr Carroll will arrive m Barbados. SIR JOHN SAINT His Excellency the Governor as re-appointed Sir John Saint. Been at Clarence House and 1 Kt C M.G O.B.E.. to be a memamong pictures of the Royal fam-.ocr of the Executive Council of ily there is a picture of the Duke of Barbados for a further period of Clarence n the United Kingdom and It is .xpeeted thai she arOl taksi ui> Ihei duties in Jaouan 1933. Miss K D. Iteston To Be Inspector Of Schools •H.UCF.NT I. has been appointed to Ihi Di triet liwsfctoi ol S. | pai 'nun; i 'A the eoumy school. Li'keard. Onm. ll. ami at the University cut, 4 the Bouth W.-st of nlMml. [> von. She obtained the r>-gr.ns, ii.t.iui.i in IM| in Mathematics and Ge*graphv und •he diploma in Education in 1P.17 Miss West on taught in various Bleatnantan Scho I h Do I9S1 lo 1W0: from 1939 to 1943 c tiffords)' 1145 to fMg in the Victoria Trowbfida*. • hieh eompi'ised n Technical an*' r orTiinereinl Col I e g r. and an Bvi nlm %  %  Wi '.'nthetn-tl. | IttauvM Olle^nS "oiiepe. since January, in >" Sh g i i(i her new \ • i • \ muary i | >'i'i Sahmjels Knock Down TuoMIG's SCO l'I States Sanrei while a '• %  <> Beds jt over ince po%  sasvy tei n front. a i .our M.iien ana J 'lie %  Advee-nU" at tkrir Bdlte i! Offica yaatorSiy In ta picture are, Mr. lao Oal< i Editor i backup UM r aa| Mr. John L Osvanagh. flfUi from the left, and lion / ''vocstr Company a a Vrade saTsalon beiog Interviewed Mi Paal Oallagluiii. Mr J. C. Mil V i %  5,000 Watch Britain's | *• tf*v *, •, L. A* • nn To U.S. Nam,d t irsi Atomic I est H.v Bj PETE! I WING PERTH, Australia. Oct. ;.. :i iiei nisi gtomVe Wawpon on rVida) i li:v: rJevlca appaicntly dctunated on a steel and "in ln preaenco ol 5,000 men on sixteen wai' UTvO IfonU Hello islanda. Ther rt to come %  peel.i )Nln IN n Dt| t Deput) I'l'i' %  %  J Ambaasud' i lo Iha Unl %  atoaad Bli i lleei Pi III take hU new IOI. %  %  jHikewti;iti said. 1 1 where the ie Chin.• %  n minding batiere,! bunkoi Hill —I'P. Liner Here On Maiden Trip %  ntil'M' %  I %  g" star ert. aaainag %  adUled 10 enter tr blast area as soon as noasl%  I damage ouaty con%  B engineer corps. W Q i • %  %  bad the explosion by '-tin the flagship airtUa London illl two lit \ thUl D Tories**, IT* cunmander for the oper' %  siricl Security v*. s. r. UIRISTIW o.iu: ACTBfG PUSNS J'( DOE ANTIGUA. Oat 3. His Excellency the Govern"! bag been pleased to appoint Mi S. T. Christian. O 11 K |o H I P il M J l# ot -i i Supractw Court of the Windward and Lot. ward Islands for the purpose f siding over the criminal aaaslons In Antigua in October an.I attending to other urgent boat ness in Chambers during the month. The acting appointment will take effect from Tuesday 7th October. i attain and Australia I was not re-wltnaai information came from a party i men arbo had joined foj QVt 1-ttii I.. %  in Op U"-' ilHo gioup, and a few thai Ii bittj hlra with the ligritl) ruiflad around unitgroup ral blanda, oilcleulv i lightning flash to the nortb.^peared a .I wing tiall Bboul ubught as '.ling i ii awa| auout "i. "... mud u! aa and \ ipoui M-emingly iibout a mile in four mini.' up to a 1 %  I! f* % %  !nl. wind formed it Into | /" ui the sky. luetu %  am talk waa missing. Two Kxiilohions lawn ,r ., blast then a second and much lourli i oua which .; .. train pan 0) Otl i,.„e a Building Adviser Returns Mr. w. M Woodhouaa, Buildug 1' tut Adviser to the ComptrolUr for !'-el. pment and Welfare leturned lo ilarbadoa via Trinidad on Tuesday by BW.I.A. after making a seven-week tout ol British Guiana. Surinam, French Guiana and Trinidad He told the Advocate*' yesterday that the main purpose of the tour was lo collect information on boh-if of the Caribbean Commission for the timber con-' %  r to w lieldjn Trinidad In April next year. Mr Woodhouse ll Chairman ol the Preparatory Committee for this conference: the Committee includes representatives of British. Dutch. French and USA. ten .* i %  While in Surinam he met Mr. Hanson and Mr. Garcia, the two housing expert* attached to the Caribbean Commission under the Point FOIB technlc-l assistance scheme They are now beginning a pilot project for self-help housing and it la hoped to build fifty houses of a high standard in an urban area of Paramaribo. Each house will probably be supplied with water and electricity l.nlhii i.isni There is a consieeraoie degree of enthuilaam over the scheme" Mr Woodhouse said and added that the reaults would be watched with interest by the other territories. Mr. Hanson and Mr. Garcia. who have already visited Barba%  t. I to return her* lime next peat to conduct a In connection with the Conference to be held on Caribbean timbers at Pnft-fflpafai next year, Mr. Woodhouse said that it H hopco the Caribbean Commissiot. will publish a statistical digest (in the Trade Commodity series), before the conference This will give particulars of the supply, consumption, and demand, etc for timber of all kinds In the Caribbean area. He felt that this would supply a long felt need. Commenting generally, he sola that the two major obstacles which at present prevented a greater use by Caribbean territories of the timber, grown in the three Guianas and also In British Honduras, were Inadequate facilit'es for timber seasoning, high freight rates, and Indifferent shipping services. Thssc would all be discussed at the conference. Al%  i is were being taken towards reducing those difficulties. Hrsaid that the French Government and the Compagnle Generate Transatlantique had recently provided three new vessels to ply between Cayenne, the CarlbI Gulf ports. A regards timber seasoning, this l already being done at tho mill in Surinam owned by the Bruynieel Company at Paromai ibo It was also proposed to erect drying kilns at the Urge timber mil) now in too course ot erection at Georgetown, which, it M liopwd will be in operation, eauiy text year. This mill is managed by B, G. Timber Ltd. a subsidiary of Colonial Development Corporation The company Is now openng up the timber resources) ol the. asarttaa triangle on the Rlvoc Essequlbo." Impressed Mr Woodhouse said that he \i'tted these operations and was impressed with He much improved methods of extraction which were now being used. Full use was being made of oolldoxcrs. mechanical saws, aerial ropeiMOwn in the Umber %  sky lines") and other mechanical methods of felling and transportation. It was perhaps, too early to ray how much [as filsrhialhai of timber, whether in small components such as doo.s and windows or In larger units such as housepanels and framings etc. a*Ollad in undertaken at the Georgetown m II but the company waa actively studying the possibilities F.ven in territories where timber was plentiful, as for example In Surinam, there was now a marked tendency to construct buildings in concrete and brick Even so, there would alway B be the demand for limber for doors, windows, roofs and floorings etc. ri\woid Manufacturers I ..m, Mr. Woodhouse visited the Bruynzeel Factory and examined the manufac# On Page Guided Missiles Under Production In U.S.A. SEATJ OaJ 3 Pishttdanl lr unan I | thai piidad rnlagUaa nt m the a&semhh i tie production. Tin m-nl made hi itatemem 0 rhurada; night al I Aiirlitnnum li.te in ,,,„ „| Q. M1 „I nil v.-niaticatop tour In behali ; Stwanaon He said, "guided miasiies ;. g now In the assembly lino p:oducUon -ind despite mat technical UfflculUaf will soon be in Lbe hands ol tfl' teal units Thg President ;ipproacht-d the guided n „,. thiV America is much stronger now than it was bflCora tho Korean war (UthedraJV PaironaJ Festival dATUKDAY. 00TOB£E 4, Tho fallowing will be held today In celsbraUon of the reaUraJ of Bt Mlchaal and %  Ml Aogsls 7.30 J Holy Commuiuon iCorporata 0 a an %  minion of l' %  B 0OJ., aconta) Entartainasant for children and young steeple ef tke Par lab at at. Mi.lu.rl'. '•ui lehool | Intnv nt in tin* . %  i i %  %  | ton had thi t the |ob bald tj Fiank Ince Mil' i>i %  ant pei 10 Pi %  n. usly fu Ismay, unl NA TO Se.Ti-t.oA i . %  -.( IMinhurgh.—r.P. Talks (>n World Sugar Paci Likrh In Spring 1953 The LONDON. Oct. 3. Intn n.ilion.d 3ug ir COtinto-ilay issued a coiiunuiimue i... tiling thai the pem Hire of the International Sugar l n 1048, was instructed by i ( oimcil, to report win n the tune u,is ripe for nogont w lnleniation.il sugar ,igreeBBSWash The Committee informed U10 Counefl toe ry that m ii ; the International Council should %  ad b negoti.iti in h %  agreement. [IM C Hind) annoumc ptad the report mil it t. nest i neat In | at th endj "f i will put fotw.nd i piop<*al that *uoh negotiations sf.ould beeln In the spring of 10*3.' -B.II.P. •^hoot lo Kill" Order Wasn't Given l" IKYC Oe*. • %  ki t i Oaneral Mark Claik's head|uarters salrt on Fri. the killog of 80 Chmi %  I il on Ctsetu island uuit Uratg % %  il to k DCBl ceatmanderi might have order Clark %  I on hi* arrival last May to art) ha %  —IM*. at 999 At Work i ie nn on i | i pi BrathwalU at.. %  i i' %  anri iiuougii 0g th.it a woman a i %  lying m a guttei on Welches H...J. St Mieluel. .,piK.nntl> k One of thipoie %  ok her ) Termin.il-; 'rived in the it* maiden ommand of s i S S Sunaitelf. J il last night oi %  Mafg Iha ll i.iK'hag vessel can •Ion for 12 flr*t class pas,gers. Two of larked here Messrs C. D V farm and M i. Kaoa \ the mtransit passengers are Dr. A. Uoyd-Havies. FIU rjO ireetow | M ll F. for Trinidad Its cargo eeaal B*0t> la cam. consisting of Aneral cargo. The Si* NsSMalrh'. umirk. and rege;. land 1 -el ,,,.%  I.. 11 Ltd Uiily ToSign'Vradt Pact Vr'ilh Jaj>nn By M. M. BOM.il %  for Tokyo t,i negotiati i I payments accortl with Japan. %  %  H ui to b eonci %  %  %  J viii Tokj Od n i %  lead ba Mlnlstei \i Bonaralli of Iha lUlian OOlei Hi % %  '. m erl i %  %  I -.n'li i of Exch n |e— I'.P. Truman Id pushed our rate of production of BUUtary hard goods—aircraft, tanks, guns, %  hips, and to on -to seven times the rate at the time aj • war. Our scientist* .md engineers brought us tremendous progress id Ike development of better weapons." The President mentioned the Increase in power of lb* and said it in itself was a military revolution He a the tremendous advances in the use of atomic energy for B0WWI and then made his statea renting guided missiles. Truman did nut enlarge on the rtntement concerning guided mislles. He continued r.-, .. the progress in military matters and in the strides th, States has taken towards strengthening its allies. He used his remarks concerning military \ roSess to warn that the United tales defence budget could not be safely cut. and e*pre-w"l urprlse that Elsenhower ha with Seiuitor R/,lx-r. TP'budget could be cut substar .Ily —UP. Trade Restrictions Will Continue FRANKFUHT. Oct. 3 I The w. t Ooaasan Central M. nlciiig Council — the nation luxhcst banking authority — h.i* i 1.1 tied ., i.ie inn. i Bosaplali %  unan busttie%  that restrictions on trade with asTwaO imposed on %  in tone. The restrictions became neces."• %  ury as null of llraiil's huge I'OiiiaaU dellclt with V-1 %  Umatod lo lol Undei S.-plemlK! i • • I .. I Bank of BratlL no longer are i %  but an 11 r. %  i a I aalra, irrtporterg nay juy mounts from these spe< i i and use them foi payment of Bti pecent of then nldigations to i;../ii The nsfnalnlng 20 per %  '•'•< Ocrniar I i a| Bimk I, liurnod Cinema Hurt In Explosion Operator Dies t BriUon'i %  reported to the %  > lerday that while she houss 00 Ocii an explosion s woke her. %  rag sleepinjured and was where ihe was nich


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BAT! RDAV. OCTOBER 4. ISM BARBADOS \1>\.)( Ml I'M.I --ISIS HENRY I BY CARL ANDERSON e l. DAus ABTISX 0 o *v—3 H.INT OF THE FLYING SQUAD . BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES mi iM'S TMOuSAJVO$\*H'4TS \*€>1B TfTf^TMfN'W/OHr 1 HAKE m\* c-i^woe m^HT 'i-r &f Ot^f *rfT. ^LWT I TIL ,-fTJw.i |TME ST*-—^ BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS •n to *ou %  %  .. %  %  WORKING BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS *|C \QU OtXT WANT A t>UlT OC CLOTHE* -NCU "AO BSTTC3 BJN OAST OJJAN'S 6TOtfR PVOC CX-O COMAM WAS GLAD wi-CN I-C GOT Ti-e GCXJT esicee $** BACK •BOKB 5TAHTED TO SMJOV QUI6T %  VBWW6* AT MOUK-THeK %  %  %  -V .. '. V .'.'. .1' AMD WCI7E *1 JAI —s^l ** ANYONE CAME NFAD TWC OLD CAhJMON IN '^*3 THEM MiJW WOJ THE WAB' RIP KIRLiY BY ALEX RAYMOND (S-VTMB4.C -V' 1 riBST X Fit*?/ %  -. %  SOMEBCO" 5 -E TS At/YftJOV PN *OY iEN UP TOT/ V Y W CVOWMITI THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES EH yCtW>IiHS**MAT ELSE CAM I CO 7 I GOTTA SWE .;.: -. %  %  >/ •.: THE BG UJG * The popular.!, of Ji.Iin Whit* -hots j. Inlt <>n VAIIK m well Hi DIPI MMHN ll\ < omfnri ami M > le'.* — Vc. ccrtainl. — thv> artas ca\>tutiiit .iikl sniir: liKikinu a\ >uu could wish. Mm lhir iMiKlandin^ \ \U r K what men cvpeel and always ijfi KM'n the* irr.isi on shm !" mad.' h. John While. S-v ihi-m fur wiursvlf in leading alum Ihioujihout Barbados. made by JOHN WHITE means maw just right Comfort and Contentment One Uit smile and then — sweet dreams' All the cares and worrlej of che day arc over now for Baby — loit in a delicious drowsiness. And that delightful Cow t Gate Baby Powder —with its soft caress and delicate odour — Really, things aren't so bad after all," iighs Baby, "good night. everybody — good night COW v GATE FOR COMFORT £, CONTENTMENT k34J %  I r.-J, ichi ., back. I i ulirr from b.klie? Uir A.l. Wl.ii,' Li.umrni. Kul* ur>n audit! Iir mijiK ol m w.rmih d| Huy A I. today' LOTION %  %  B*J \l ITY | I. i>i>i.iin*bi from. M.—• NAT HAVOBH. an %  piaa* t> o All EVNI y *Vr*l M RMITII i J'JMDAKI VAMimr STOW* Ml.,., i I lll'IU I J. B. LtiHLlt: CO.. I.TIl. JVA W.VAWAVW//-VA IT PAYS TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE THURSDAY TO SATURDAY AT ALL BRANCHES Kl.IM -Mb Um TONO CHEESEp ar 'ill) pkg. .. RINSO I;REEN SEAL RUM I BEER (Kings lints l IMiiilli \II\\ t II I : %  :: 1 Hi 44 W i, liU i M i.oo DATtt lhK. I: %  .i Mil I %  >N BTEAK > KIDNEY rrnnlNi; STBAK v UNIONS TRIM HEAT LUNCH '. BAL 1'iAK I : H. Tin. M'RICOT .PAM IB I OJNOBR JAM IB |l 1 KRISPIES S9 .74 64 11.07 .51 .34 D. VSCOTT & Co. Ltd, Broad Street ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION Tins nu UM 'Ad' runnlag a Christmas Card CompMIUon, • l„ n mill i,i r| will !• publllhcd In Ihe Christmas number. ton lh tollowlng i^.inU:— Tinc-i.rnij. M.I ( ihiAdvocate'and cards can Cards can h. pCOCpainting, drawing photographic. A comcelitoi car. enter nny number of cards, but all cards must be original veilrk. )•.,.(,.„., i,. i . .th a Barbadian %  V,. ,t Indian flavour and to novcltv cards. Tlie |udgblg will he done by %  n miltee which will include tl.i Editor Tin ii •! %  i liion will bi Mm will !• as lull v. : Knsl $40.00; Second-$2000; Third -$10.00; and two consnlatioii priuf "f $500 each. A ,i, ,.,.,..,(,: %  i ,,i v.iili, ,i the'Advocate'Stationery and later at the Ba The i' %  i %  • "!•" O ctobar Slit; but competitors can itan itoding in their entries now. All cards should be addrtsatd to the Editor, The Advocate, Bridgetown.


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PAGt SB BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1JZ CLASSIFIED ADS. fSL£*0i HOI THANKS ****** W. U* ur*lwfiad h.g %  iff Iwaaa: ft* f-i.T*. -k. MM %  ...imwd wiw u* W our aad ben tlaa tl.-ti. CM Ml -ml H-.tri p. %  Al.trn.iu> IM*> • 10.M IN Mr MORI AM AlLcrNC In loving M daar wi ad bt-iihrr Carl I. w*o pai W Haa OrMI Barond on OctoUat IBM IbM rtrm.. |ra"l him MM %  a* Tlv r~ • frtwrni ~ Way Uw BBWM. v,'"t... 5 t.. .11 •-, I ...... %  .. %  .1,.|. %  SHSWLS: lui MH -W, Orl-tor. i if* O-iv trfco tv-va II T.a pa r i-Hi.v gnu. HHfad .laT.II' % % %  %  FOR REVT HOUSES "MWILIV BI.tr Wat-i. Trirar. Com itu. Ortofcar HO no per roonlr. Pho-.-^ •• ) w u—an -I ror pal 4 %  '.; ., T-AW& PlaAKTATU.', Lucy. Wa.Ur ut' % %  la.1 tl ..ha-di. Mi St.r.dl.i't ** a HllabaUKh. Crab 1 HOt'SF. <" kpply. A a St ianwt o HARROWS. HL'NUAl UW tit Worth A Srm. lovely Buil'la.i ft i I >n Simmon a HM< -ni Krlf d. r* Dial na i i %  -ii i on SAUB AITOMOTIVE lay IMti C 10 „ I lubmlttad up to Wadi 10 it CHItYSUPt ROVAL IWl MODEL ( A I MMi Itia. aad a bargain at (TOO IK laurtawi Oaragw Dial am CAB~na III AuatUi A TO. prr'art %  I. I.ul, WUMI I. nlotnuritaa >.. II toe Mri tawrwBJr. I 1" 1J PI ill.ii SHI:S RKAI. ESTATE IM IM H VOTIITW linaul animal A (oala. pip h.(MmuhM and Himki Dial DM (lit) It NOTICK StOOQ Watch Atomic Twtt Building Advlaer UtluriiH SHIPPING NOTICES •"I (Ml• fti il—a^i i %  AH i.i.sn Tn* hotaar ronlainBoo.. and 2 br.1ioi.mt H ah -• iio-lair Cuwniamant watar and u .alar-ad Inapaclion an applicator. to Mri UM p'amiaaa oi %  Hinda al roamopahtan Qua v lilt Mllk> ol INI I w I. i*ia < I N IB l IOI Ml.) I l|. NOTICE IB IICRfBY f.lVr %  I fla ( Oatat*i .it:,\ ..( nraa*r. IH1 IK.1. %  irtai.s # ma ...r i a r~" ••" m* 04 plyaVOOt). TIUS U llaaMat 6> h-ul li %  *#•** %  pcvtint: logj of Huboen wood—• ihe tec' vat %  *n timbf. km LWl Guiana and no xign of any s D..1U. IUMIN m llw %  .Ry %  f,-i-1lcnl prodi.ft. ii wiih, (-hemicala to r*l ti rmttaM %  T>%  Bat I Mi..i ,m"l'"tf m ** VEABWOOb How i aVlMiAaMA f II Jl I'll > niL'CK On* il % %  MrrktaUMlIt MMMMI d i araJ* ttot irpiv prt %  i ( • %  Ciniaf ( I Fa<.. M %  %  . Ihr Pi.hH. 1 %  r fen P i...ii.. #i 4 i KLKl'TKU'AI. o.u* MM ii. .paiii' (Oi mala by publ.. 111 art NOTICK raiH or *t loaam ArPUTATIOKS (or on. .atam F Will b. laaalvM by in. %  inn day of (Kloa.i IMI A|.ulkal* mital aw Wi* Ri.Kh Pt.or AUCTION UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER lla> rafard ,.(k. I will I .1 II.M. *p*aa Add av I llmiriUKKI M m C II ... i s nt II %  me rorat Ph# unl> wanhlp dattf i-oulri itseen fi-iin land waa lh.it appptrtxl lo !•*> i ilM Auatralian aircr.." todm ) which was lalling thirty iicilo bcwdlni into lha .m.t n %  ii i in.* ,i i i 4b oil •*• i.ll0ii M-Rru|B ','! %  dirloM* how clofdtha nipt wen* la lha U Frn;h fiuiana wt, at pretenl lar let* developed than either UrllUh or Dutch Guiana, said Mr Woodhi)u*e There were abundant foretlt. but to far. little aiMimaiil of their timber had %  een made. Arreas to the interior -AM solely by river and the conof for.si ir.cks wai an Iva iteni I ; tin ton i in lha Inli i i .irillMin for bniaffal During hit vmt to Trinidad, he hud diKuaalont with Mr. Da Vr>•. retary-Oanarala of the Caribbean Commiision. and al*<. w>Tl, VaVrioua Minuter* and Government offlcert ronnectcd with i l.o.hinK ^nd bulldiin' WINDOLENE T*t atv aocttd l '"' Dottmtca. Ar. N-NI. .nd SI -MONEXA wiU V Bl Lucia. BallI -.KiiiHi-i aj Id PBt H aal Wi *~ >tonlaar>.1 "N*%and B Kitt> •>" -***? %  •ara only tor W t-uc>* %  ,-f?'" Saluntay lit* CXtobar. IttJ %  MiMNit owaaar AtBOritTIOM .lwr I W.'... I... I who LIVESTOCK t*fa*?% "a£&,*xr !" •*--*-, :';dtT. Xt. l.la-^p. .1. MECHANICAL lBaf4V *M (..i |(MnMMa % % % %  of Ti..rior Kanly aUaci.c na In qnlck-llmt Courtci I •!• 3 10 lit, ';h l i 11 %  Al. luauMj r ud datiraii iffl i H i rqi'lt'MENT, in sa g: MMM I TIIIU, ougha and aarvrra Couilr.v Qarata nALVESTON Hir.lbc'ydr. I badioom. -tr Hub 15Ui Oclobat Apply ui pram. MO lu laiunl Mr. liibbi or Dia. aitt op Ml JaTb' fl..vla> 4 10 U In HOpswMu. rr TIIOMAS Ot.if tallea linm rlridtrtoarn Small, urw. en -ftooi Svona i..n— S ( i C< m[.lal*'.y PuiiMh*d All Mottrr. Con•Ml 1" <2 In Il-TRACOMBr ">N I .a iialhinR. lolly lurni-rirtl triUta. Vatajwionand radio, t had room %  • bain*, ration ..'.tl dining room* uaua' onVaa. Ela,-!!*. tad wwW n.-iallrd l-hona %  :M: II • St—I I WINrrfUtO—t-nd End. l-ataiiv hoir drawini and d.nln* roorai. • hrdfo.ni .-II aTMO>rn ronvrnlar—*a App>. ar'l#l Land Et.-I Thonr UM 1 It U *.. BITVCLatS Htre U lt> -: thlldirn and adulu ."ill piUCEs i...it. rAST CAM*Importod all-airal %  nrtl: Drlltnad aapatUily lo. lo,al.. M coulaay Oarata BUI 4411 a it is-i oBAaa wow EMI nwm, f/.tHint bt. >...! (tit s it u t., uLIVRTI a sioNr.-cnorr on art. ai wmhinat FVKi.uiiad lueliidlnt tlmmoni B -1 arJ rU>l(I)lrc Ltvrl Trarh PKalh.nf nm ma 'PBAY1NO rwL'Il'MIKT — Ti-*l<.i applyln ,rad hill... I. .wlk-lda. and funalrldaa Courtd*> llatate DUI atlt 3 10 i3 r.iB1NC1I-T AXJ.r TRAILEHBWllh %  a., baa bull | n boMl M lha Poi %  % %  * Tractor Wtt oibar lia.ltut Bmitli'i aVitinaaiut Woiki Pi. .. M I U t>, trleyrlr **h.Ur %  iaaawtra. badrAom wa>* und olhar Tarma caah D'ARTV A acorr. %  \ Utaatt M *J I llnalnr lha Hi > boan inalrurtrd by B'doa An to aall by public auction al (I •xi Tab rKay Straal nn Ptidt il al I o'clock tha following 1 Ouy moM truck with a lot larla vary tood for tha comml Pil.,1 radio%  2 M I Joy da r 1 t> G lubrai. %  • caaaa Bordaaua .. ftoai boltiat. in. It -400 MKlMlUt T'taa. and tSOi its--** Micnrlin tubaliMrfratcd parlica can mapc-i ll>r 1*0*1 -.apt a.nday ... %  1. Co D'AIK-'Y A aV i-n I'HOIISSIOMI I he I and AcqiisitioH Art. UM .Itaataa || —It ay a rt t „ aI I..4 to BMaa t —; lli.-l r.1 Bli. ..ii.lo.ii I., tha parl'h I SI l.l*. .,, lie lalaiid of Barbat. 1 < attatlliat Ml Ilia frhad.oa tirrrlo and norc parlicul.i'lv .hown and dr!lnaa|r)i n a plan ol ruivay nan'd by Mr. C K .lu'holl. Sworn a'iiva\ot and dalad II .'..na inu. and MM In the orB.t I tha Colonial Enimttr having baa". I i'-cadd on by ha Oo"nor trtth tli. I pprcval of both Mouan "I I r. of the Ulan I Ml lUrhado* by ra-> I 11, H . Laglalatuia 1 It ntrtby d > rd m purauancc id tWn 8 of lha Lard AtqulalUon Act, M. thai IhMild Undi hava bar.i iQulrrd fo. tha follcwinl purpoaa. lor .* ..nctiKii ol > bl. THE SCHEL.rij: A parrel of land cor. nninf by it f.iuiniKhl 43M aajuar* faol, nvora ..f .,1 tha loru-ll." ,.f Quar. I troat and Band airaat in Spriibutow 1 1M pailth of Si 1 r north on landa or T Mil. ... USi fat .rathora. o lha M.uh 00 1 %  Of l.a Vaalrv p| Ptttl % %  %  IM piaaaal Hah BMHBtU and 1 %  Pains in Back. Nervous, Rheumatic! Wrong foot* and drink* worr fwiwtt fc taao-aaatal tttdt oti.n va aWtit at lh KMatya and Kid— IM aaaiddaa Tttoblaa ar. II.. \,,. taaaw af Baroaa Atldiiy Ualll"B l't Kighia Buralna Ptaaaf.a Lai Hair* Wtrvaii f Ma. mialMM Barellan An kaas. Rattmitlin, Puffy Ky.li.ta. ant) ftaflnj old fcafor. your tl.na |l*|pU> tldn... purtfy your hloMf with fc !" Ita. Tta vary arti doaa aiarla halplat ittur Rldnay* clraa aul oca*, arid* BaalItHawillanjltkly make vou '.all.. Baw.UBdarlhamcnav-r.ri. k Buartrift Cyita* Btwal *aii.f, ..nipi.irry or atal HARRISON LINE niiiwiii. FROM THE INITTD KINGDOM VaaBtt Pnai Loav-t f.'tli S'T> \ll.il I IMI .-JLONTAI. 'PHIT.OSOFHKK -HISTOKIAN •BURMOUNT M broujch >iKi London IT* Sci>t 11th Oc' Glasauw and Liverpool 2th Sept 10th tK-' I-oiMlon 4th Oct. 17th Ort lav cet. Que-'ii CHRISTIAN SCIENCI READING ROOM and ....,, lll.U.. ,y Vou 1 1 aih-givin '-.-iii,m. law al Oovcrnmcn I.land of It. M.rnrn SAVAOL. Owtagiti J It IS—Sn _.M. wlUtoul Chart' Ii rii. mar Hair, O-P I Rovali. HASriNr." Bfaaai I M T* IIISI A I %  IM-.VII LOST %  iRQWN SHARKSKIN WALLET, ran rt OR tha road balwaan Haaali Ml tflw Baawa I Airport FlrawtrMtti Keward v#I I I I ) nr p..rrnaara al inn nooan W dpan 10 am P m T M u>t Wadnoadava. Prldaya. and %  ) on Salucday* in ... II P Al.l ARE WtllioMt || Blbla and 1 auU bo r Id. bt at thli li. .1, Work ror Ihe Laboui "ration on Monday i ". k in-.11 compltlion Yetterdav men were hard 1 roth on Ihe rtalU while olh.*erc htiv rlr.iiuni! ni top. The Offlrrn and Mrrobftn Of The *l>VOCATE'S SIH'IAI. CLUB invite you to their DANCE Undei the Patronsfa of the Hon V. C. Gal.. M.L C A! Th VOLUNTEER DRILL HALL MONDAY NIGHT. TH OCT. .-. % % %  u I.... 1.1 .. Mn.i. by Percy Gree'. Orchaatra' sl!BS<:RIPTION :-: U. DaitcmK from a p.m. HrWrU nal TraaalaraWe Formal Die.. Optional IIOMI IHIi FC THE I'NrrED RINOnOM V~aal ' iRorrER-' MERCHANT1.: vel pool lndo" Barbaaaa -lth Sept 3IHh SeiJ. For further Information, apply to . DA COSTA CO. LTD. — Alnl SEND US YOUR ORDERS MESH 11 %  #*;. CENTRAL EMPORIUM Corner Broad A Taatar Stretta I MMMM i MMMMMM Ageoat Si^nMp 0 I VYVIMW Silt \ 11 1. .KIRTMOHTLYI 'D. Southbound TUVA ALCOA ri'RTTAN KIM ALCOA PARTNER NortJibound ALCOA PARTNER Due B'doa Salla Montreal Sept. HUll 1 11.1 IMh Oct. MM. Na*. 1 nil Sallm Halifax Oel. 4th OcL 18lh NOT. 1-1 NOT. lftth Oct. Ittta MUBalAIlO* nil I DA COSTA A CO.. I Arrive" Barbadaa Ort. IMh o.1 3ttlh Nar. 1 ah NaT. tTlh For SL Lawrente River Pork*. I For 8L Law11 in 1 River Porla. 11) PHONE :i:'. NEW VUKK WKM%'I€K iF.VERV THREE WEEKS! M.B-a-B JjB. s !" *^ Jgg, Oel. vh Oel M* Nov. 5th Vov 10th No. lit* Nov. Seta Dcr. 1st Dee5th Dec. I :u. A. STEAMER A. STEAMER A. STEAMER Make Christmas This Year a WELL FURNISHED AFFAIR %  TABIJU n.od and Em..M.i. (..i Dliting Hadlo • %  .IIINEIV lor China. Padronn. ,nd Kltrhan. Lanfrra. •aTgBBBB IrwaMWtt 110 ..p, H'l.i i..* U DKAWINCi "H) Pt-rABtlBES In MotrU and C'anrd SullaU ninl vpa'atr ptaoa*. t ihloti* ro U ch. Pa.*, chair. 13 10 up kwtooa|30 up. l'i*M. Go Ca-t. Wardrorw and .ilhrr Tnink*. Hop* Hat* II at up. IVal T'av* so ia. II oo L.S. WILSON IMPORTANT NOTICE a Electricity Supply. \\7V. BEG In imlii.v our Customers thai a TOTAL w.ll !%  pBBaMPar. L : IMTIMC NEEDS and PHONE 2620 a ADVOCATE PRINTERY 'BAVARIA' That's the Name of the Best DUTCH BEER ever brewed $5.05 per CARTON of 21—10 oi. bottles, or 21 MMM P" botlle obla.inubliat A. B. TAYLOR LTD. Coleridge Street. taed>d>t M ia*a j ia e a f .. nl.irr. Gin |S please note. old by The Botlle. Will Shopkeepers BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS) announce that as from TUESDAY 7th OCT. during* the rebuild.ne of their Premises their offices will Insituated in TEMPORARY PREMISES AT Lower Broad Street — (opposite Plantations Ltd. Building) where the full Banking service will be condueled. Holders of Traveller's Letters of l/rcdil and Traveller's Cheques may present these at the small annexe which is brine established in Collins l.ld.'s building in Broad Street where a limited Ranking: service will be provided. FOR CITY CLERKS AND BUSINESS MEN OUR . MONTHLY BREAKFAST SERVICE For gab rM I '"" P 1 '"" 0 473n ARLINGTON MarhUl Street Chef Mr POSTER TAYI.OR nun ill mi 11 n %  "**? %  % %  IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT J. N. PEREIRA & SONS MERCHANTS HICKETT STREET PHONE 5034 ReRi'el lo Announce that we h^ve NO RICE. NO YAMS. NO SWEET POTATOES. NO BREADFRUIT BUT WE HAVE A LARGE SHIPMENT OF DUTCH X fTtTaV IN BAGS OF 110 LBS. EACH—PRICE EIGHT CENTS (8c.) PER LB. COME EARLY AND GIT YOUR SHARE FOR MAN MUST LIVE ! HIH I HIIIIH I HI III H"" IJ III I IIIII M [