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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court Jur
Court
Meeting of
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t lacks assistance

7.45 par
8.00 p.z

‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance

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

Legislatures Prove

Officers’ Fitness

WITHIN two hours of e

nouncements were made in the two Houses of the Legisla-
r
Turner

ture by Hon. R. N.
Legislative Council and Mr.

Government Party in the House of Assembly, refuting on
behalf of the Government certain imputations which were

made “in the editorial of the

of September concerning the Assistant Colonial Secretaries

in the Secretariat.

The refutation was made when :;and was invalided from that ter-
i.
vice. He was however passed as

the Report on Training for the }
Public Service of Barbados

Was



ESTABLISHED 1895



National |

IK

ing George VI
LONDON, Oct. 7,
A Fund for erecting a new
monument for the late King
George VI gathered momentum
today with donations pouring in
from all parts of Britain. A statue
of the King is to be erected and}
a permanent scheme set up to’
benefit both young anti old,

ach other, two identical pro-

, Colonial Secretary in the
G. H. Adams, Leader of the

daily newspaper on the 13th

A spokesman for the Fund said’
today no subscription centres!
would be set up in Commonwealth!
countries but overseas donations
addressed to the Lord Mayor of

itory after fourteen years’ ser-

laid in both Houses of the Legis- j medically fit for service on a|London would be welcomed,
lature yesterday, and denies |three year agreement in Barba- Six postbags filled with sub-|
categorically the imputations|dos by the consultant physician |S¢riptions large and small came by!



which have been made regarding
the fitness of the officers concern-
ed, to-carry out any extra’ duties



or responsibilities that may be
imposed upon them, and which if |t
not refuted might well be injuri- |t

ous to them in their profession |
as members of the Colonial Ad- |
inistrative Service or as Assistant |
Colonial Secretaries in Barbados,

The statement made in the two
Houses was as follows:—

3

to the Colonial Office in 1946 and
jagain having served nine months
longer than the stipukated period
jof his agreement before his return

| the

lring these periods a very heavy
{burden of
/tween the Acting Colonial Secre-





first post today to the fund which!
Was opened last Saturday evening

Winston Churchill.
o duty On a fresh agreement at
he beginning of 1951,

During his first tour of service
secretariat was under
trength for 28 months and dr-

me by the British nation which

work was shared be- I regard as the friend of my own



Salaam Fahmy

Pav bados



Memorial For |

Among them was a letter from!An
E. Behadi, a Persian, studying in|from the Prime Minister’s Palace
Britain, containing £1 and saying: |today said Mr. Plastiras had ad-
“T only hope that this very small|vised the King to form
contribution will be accepted from jtaker Cabinet of prominent

WEDNESD4

;

G ies a Mn
Go To Pol
In

King Paul of Greece today asked
Prime Minister Nicholas Plasti-
ras to prepare a decree dissolv
ing Parliament and submit it for
his signature next Friday.




s

ATHENS, Oct. 7

Mr. Plastiras and Deputy Pre-
mier Sophocles Venizelos had
called on the King to receive his
decision on the demand for a
general election, The Prime Min-
fster and the Deputy Premier,
leaders of the Liberal party which
formed a coalition in September

195l1—agreed on the necessity
for dissolution,

The new law replacing exist-
ing proportional representation

in a broadcast by Prime Minister ,Provides for 300 seats in the As-

sembly and precludes armed
forces from taking part in polling.
official communique issued

a care-
. i per-
sonalities to proclaim and conduet

the election probably to be held





ee. eee

Govt. Spokesmen Refute
Newspaper Allegations





Gh monn ato

November

appear suitable for establishment

Â¥ OCTOBER 8, 1952
PRIEST ORGANIZES ‘MINUTE MEN

ose 1

{

UNDER THE DIRECTION of Father Aragon, a Spanish Dominican
priest, natives of the village of Tien Chau, near Hanoi, Indo-China,
have been organized into a civilian militia to fight attacks of Com-

munns tViet Minh rebels, Two of
a combat post in a rice field

the ‘minute men” are shown at

(International)

Council W ant Visit
From Industrialists

Advocate



YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT >



i
YESTERDAY

R . Codri

owe Temp

Wind Ve t es per ‘

Barometer (9 r-) 29.925 13 29. 826

TO-DAY

Sunrise 5.46 a.m

Sunset 6.00 p.m

Moon Last Quarter, Octobe 19.

Lighting: 6.00 p.m

High Tide: 7.20 am 6.49 pn
PRICE : FIVE CENTS Low Tide: 1242 a-m., 1g46 pt

[Delegates Cheer Beria

Co

jAt Red Party Congres:

—THOREZ GETS PASSPORT

MOSCOW, Oct. 7.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED DELEGATES to the Russian®

mmunist Party Congress applauded Politburo member

L. O. Beria Tuesday’ when he discussed Soviet policy on
nationalities at the third day’s session of the first confer-

er

Hon. Gairy

Security fer the
also went int
of World 4
Attacks Gov. |":
De

| mittee while he was in St, Vincent.

Al

reception
, obviously

was a
erisis
Gairy



to make and appealed to members

to pa
side
Mr
A. E,
ance
platfe

EB.





first approach through Nepal, said

The laying this afternoon of |tary and himself. It was during |°°¥""Y: seal Ame: tals | eve THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday decided to|
the report on training for the /this period of under strength that a Informed sources said the two} reply to His Excellency the Governor agreeing that Bar-
Public Service of Barbados af- |he acted as Labour Commission- days remaining until dissolution] pados should be included he srary of the Mission
fords the Government an. op-/er, in addition to his substantive Mi So ae ‘Assembly would be Samat ados shoulc pe included in the itinerary ¢ ne Ssio
portunity of refuting the impu- |duties for a period of four months rT. lGhas jin preparing the necessary docu- of the British Industrialists who propose to visit certain
tation which was made in the/and also as Colonial’ Secretary ; iments. 2 “a British Caribbean Colonies.
editorial of the daily newspaper |for a period of three weeks, in Re 2 2’ . ; . i eee. t
on the 13th September concern- |addition to his substantive duties, signs | Prime Minister Plastiras and} The Governor had previously “
ing the Assistant Colonial Secre- |during the absence of Mr. Camp- ‘Deputy Prime Minister Venize- informed the Council that “the New Swiss Tr
taries in the Secretariat. }bell at Montego Bay. He has CAIRO, Oct, 6, |l0s are expected to resign Friday Secretary of State for the Col~ y

The writer of the editorial stat- |also in addition to his other}! Mr. Mustapha El Nahas today lafter the dissolution decree has )Onies has selected a party of | "
ed plainly, and without any |duties been responsible for com-|resigned as leader of the WAFD' been promulgated to give way to British industrialists to under-| Qn Mt. Everest
qualification whatsoever, that two |piling such documents as “the | Egypt's biggest political party and |the caretaker government.—U.P. |take a mission to certain British |
pf the Assistant Colonial Secre- |Organisation of Hurricane Re-|the party Executive decided to Caribbean Colonies to look .into . Oct. 7
taries, I quote “are in receipt of /lief” three annual reports of the register under General Naguib’s| the possibilities of further indus- care ae NEW roomy "ats 1 ‘
pensions for physical disabilities igand and the report on the re-|decree requiring all politica)| trial developme nt, to suggest the The rime ' editoria J Seererne
and they cannot for this reason be |organisation of the Works De-jparties to purge themselves of| U.S. Commen direction wiich such development the ew oWiee avteinp oe ; aa
classified as persons on whom the |partment in 1950 and whenever |undesirables or dissolve, might take, and to indicate what ascent of Mount seo me
responsibility of carrying out the |tbere has been sudden cause for ® Pl industries or type of industries|pointing out that this was ue
duties of two posts should be tra duties at short notice he has! Mr, Abdel exican an

placed. The third who was a Li-
brarian until recently cannot be |e
expected to have a complete,
grasp of administrative affairs in
the short-pexiod during which he
has held office. Normally the
holders of such an office as Assist-
ant Colonial, Secretary in Barba-
dos may on occasions have | to
earry out the duties of two posts
at times, and persons who are
physically incapable of or other-
wise unsuitable for doing this
work are not fit to hold such an
office or promotion to more re-
sponsible posts in the Colonial
Administrative Service.” |
Government's Concern
The concern of the govern-
ment is therefore merely with the
insinuation that because of ther
disabilities two of the Assistant
Colonial Secretaries are not fit to
perform the duties expected of
them. The senior of the officers
concerned in age and length of
service is Mr. G. T. Barton who
joined the Colonial Administra-
tive Service in Nigeria in 1931

Franecé Will

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On Internal Affairs

THE FRENCH CABINE

Tuesday that it wilt fight any “interference” to forthcom-
General
affairs of France’s relationship with its North African
protectorate of Tunisia and Morocco.

taken——

ing United Nations

Government's decision
only a few hours before the,
National Assembly was scheduled }
to reconvene after three months’ |
summer holiday was announced
in vague termis by the Minister of |
Information Raymond Marcellin. |
This decision by Premier Antoine}
Pinay’s Cabinet appeared aimed
at allaying the fears of French
Nationalists who in strange al-|
liance with’ Communists appeared |
determined to get French Foreign ;
Minister Robert Schuman fired
from the government as_ their!
order of business. |

The French decision is contrary |
to advice urged strongly by the)
United States in the past week.
The United States had counselled
France not to fight the compe-
tence of the United Nations and
to have full and open debate on}
French rule in North Africa. |
America maintained that the}
French could thereby make
strong case for themselves.

Examined Problem

The “cabinet meeting has ex-
amined the problem of the United |
Nations as far as it concerns the |
French position in Morocco and}
Tunisia, Marcellin said. It has dée-
cided that the French delegation |
will not admit any interference |
in questions which pertain only
to. French National Competence.
France will take any useful posi-|
tion at the United Nations As-|
sembly to see to it that princi-}
ple of non-interference adopted |
at this morning’s session of the,
government will be safeguarded. }

The Arab ;Asian bloc of 13
nations has demanded Assembly

}



|







discussion of the Tunisian case
in response to the demands of the |
Arab Nationalists in the Protec-|
torate for reater autonomy. }

Arab Extrem twice during |
the present year have launched |
terrorist campaign against the}
Brench. —UP, |

jearried

{from

7

|between the departure of His Ex-
cellency the

ton shall act as Colonial Secre-
tary and his past record indicates
that he will acquit himself cred-
itably.

differs from that of Mr.
in that he is not on agreement but
is on the permanent and pension-

S — with the commandos in} British Gove
orc
ceived the award of the Military
Cross. Nevertheless he was passed
as medically fit for entry on pro-| cable sent to Mr. Kirkwood said:
bation into the Colonial Admin~| «Understand Ministry of Food
istrative Service by the consulting! made a statement” we are getting
physician to the Colonial Office in! out of the linseed oil trade as soon.

them out with notable

'}Gomaa member of the WAFD
old guard and President of the
dissolved Chamber of Deputies
will sueceed Mr, Nahas,—«?)

ficiency.

As the Financial Secretary will
now on be engaged witn
he annual estimates, 1953-4. ;it
s intended that during the period



Mr. Bustamante
Cables U.K. Govt.

KINGSTON, Ja. Oct. 7.
i Mr. Bustamante cabled the
Secretary of States for the
Colonies last night following the
receipt here of a cable from the
West Indian Committee on bulk
purchases. Bustamante requested
an official statement from the
rnment on bulk pur- |
particularly Jamaic 4

West

Governor and the
rrival of his successor, Mr. Bar-

The case of Capt. G. J. Bryan
Barton {|



ble establishment. He lost a leg

War Il for which he re-

chases,
bananas,
The

Indian Committee

944. At the end of his period of as we can and are getting out of

probation in 1946 he was passed the importation of raw sugar and

@ On pagel

Fight U.N.

—it is only a little matter—we are
are getting out of the banana
trade soon,”

The cable was passed to Busta-
mante who cabled last night
stating that he regarded govern-
ment bulk purchasing the key-
stone to a rational policy of de-
velopment in colonial territories
and asked if the Conservative
Party intend to abandon the policy.
“If so, you should advise us ac-
cordingly and tell us of the alterna-
tive safeguards you propose in
order to maintain improved living
standards in these countries”.

Det'p anxiety is*felt through the
callous reference by the Ministry of
Food towards the Jamaica banana
trade which shows complete in-
, difference to our long term intcrest. |
yPlease urge your government to

|



|



PARIS, Oct 7.
T at a special session decided
“internal”

Assembly in



Ex-Redin U.S. Army

make an immediate statement
relative to your party's policy
securing fair prices for colonial
products and living wage 0
colonial workers.”—(CP)
——————







i fs

African Question

UNITED NATIONS,
NEW YORK, Oct, 7.
The Union of South Africa was
said Tuesday to have received the
_ | unexpected support of the Soviet
“*\bloc in her opposition against in-
“+ -\eclusion on the agenda of the
United Nations General Assembly
of the Asian sponsored complaint
against her racial policies.

A diplomat near tne South
African delegation said he usder-
stood that Soviet support of the
stand taken by Prime Minister
Daniel Malan hinged on the Com-
munist fear that a full General
Assembly debate of the Racial
question would constitute a pre-
cedent fraught with dangers for
the Red bloc.

—UP.



Helped Man: Now
In Hospital

? ILLINOIS, Oct, 7.
Roy Sims, 17, tried to do a good
deed—-and wound up in hospital.

AF cR SERVING in the Russian Air
Force for almost four years, Ar-
kadiy Radovsky, 24, smiles after
he was sworh into the U.S. Army





at Sonthofea, Gérmany, under | Sims was driving down the road
provisions of the alien enlistment | [©@r Alto Pass, Mlinois when he
program. The new private, who | S@W & wrecked car with a man}
arate ie. aid trapped inside. He stopped and
v a Russiar enior sergeant “

a Russian sen ” ; |wrenched open the door to let

escaped from the Soviet Zone of
Austria in April, 1951, while still
in service. He was granted politi-
cal asylum and worked as an avia-
n (International)

the man out, The man stepped
out uninjured but the car door
slipped and hit Sims in the face
breaking his jaw

tian mechanic.

U.P,

|

Soviets Support |





WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.
The United States has notified
Mexico that its Korean truce Bs
would be worth exploring if Coie







Tuesday “one compelling reason
that led the Swiss to break away
from the usual pattern of atternpts
on Everest was that they could
a - permission to pass through
Tibet.” Sc

in the light of local conditions. It
is intended that the Mission should
report their findings to the Gov-
ernments of the territories con-

ned and to the Secretary of
State for the Colonies.



Hon. Mr. E, M. Gairy addressing
a meeting Saturday night added

when the hour strikes.

nee in 13 years.

_ Beria Deputy Chairman. ef. the
Council of Ministers amd Chief. of















5 Banin,
Arundell |)»
peak
From Our Own Correspondent) inaeed t
GRENADA, Oct, 7, j CO" fel



delegates
discours errupted

times by 2








to his many familiar butts itis “taki Ps xX ;
Governor Arundell, Mr. S. A. oe tee se > Chen ae
{Francis and Mr. Louis Strauss} heard the presentation of the Re-
tamong others but was bitterest port of Credentials Con nissi or
against Mr. Strauss who had Meanwhile the French Emb chic
written in the West Indian on) announcement had rene rea ee
the same day an expose of his Passports of French Cor munist
trade union methods and the} leader Maurice Thorez and Cas
results of the M.M.W.U. attitude] maine Fortin for two years. Thorez
on the economy of the colony who came here from Paris for

Mr. Gairy attacked the Governor| medical treatment made his first
on the grounds of the letter Sir] public appearance in several
| Robert circulated to members of} years as leader of the French
jthe Council dealing with the}delegation attending as observer
apparent indication that Mr, Gairy}to the 19th Party Congress in
used. his influence with the|the Great Hall of the Kremlin
colleagues in his bloc to boycott] palace, —U.P.
meetings of the Finance Com-



arge crowd attended but the
of the speech was
mixed though there
strong indication of another
on the issue of wages, as Mr.
said he had new demands

U.S.-U.K. Atom
Partnership
Doubttul

By JOSEPH W. MYLER
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7,
United States officials are by no

|

i

y up dues to be on the right

Strauss together with M:
V. Barton were in attend-





in a window overlooking the|means convinced that the biz ban:

orm, at Monte Bello guarantees restos :
ation of wartime British-United
States atomic partner

at r ship.
These officials would not be sur-

German Govt.



pemsed if the British gratified by
eir success decided on going
Qclebr ates Its alone in the EB +g te < 7

they have for the p ny pete ve -
s . = y he » past seven years
3rd. Anniversary Now that the British have an

atomic weapon of their own—in

The

German

third
signs
main

Soviet Union in the cold war.



BERLIN, Oct, 7.
Communist dominated East
Government marked its
anniversary amid growing
that it would become the
European partner of the

some respects better it is claimed
than United States weapons—na-
tional pride may move them to
undertake a sizable production on
their own.

In any case

‘ resumption of the
atomic alliance

would necessitate







munists back down on their de- High representatives of the pene ee or nae gh the U.S. act

mand for unconditional return of Prabable Cost Tibet is now under the control; Soviet bloe including Soviet So 7” agree, there is no as-

Red prisoners it was learned $ of the Chinese Communists and/ President Wicolas M. Shvernik{qo that if: oP oat hee would

Tuesday. This government de-{ 9 in - a {there have been rumours that} were — in Weit- Weaalit—)) tol tore sedvany minder . ere ee

livered’ its formal reply to the 2. Details of the itinerary and] Russians are getting ready to gOjemphasize the new position East! bie bomb selbendenond pt ar ss the

Mexican proposal at United/probable costs of the visit have | on an expedition of their own—|Germany will occupy in thcyin 1946 patente? 8

Nations headquarters in Newynot yet been received, but it Will! ocsibly o the theory that alc os ’ ee ;

York Monday he sible { .’ Miss rie 3 n 1 1 y tha @/Communist world. There is no doubt however
Ore Monaay, he aie ae me me anne iy Communist can climb faster and Soviet plans for Germany callf among atomic experts that British
Mexican President Miguel Yate ra ie te thie ihe farther than a representative of for the formation of a strong|and United States interests and

§ ; 3 ow weeks! mg we B ’ » |decadene capitalistic systems. jSoviet trained army and_ thejthose of the free world would be

Aleman suggested a few weeks!Government would be responsi- Hai . : ’

ago that the United Nations get})). for yp; hans of atepaled —U.P. building of a tight “peoples|well served by full cooperation

its Member Nations to accept eed iravetiink eapboaes It 4a not democracy”. Communist leaders between the two countrit i}

prisoners who do not want to re- Taran aoe tins 1a, i , , b have announced they will form *.

turn to their Communist con- id Lear Mb nylon: aa ae Bondholders Issue | ;:;, army and build “socialism” 20

trolled homelands, He said this , Peart st fy ny President Wilhelm Piek in a § Dr ’

might be a way of breaking the fr 2 ere at aaa willbe | Second Statement [ staberneiit made in the anniver- 7 owned

armistice deadlock. Prisoners|# Me region OF 92,00U, sary celebrations said the pres- HULL, England. Oct. 6.

could be returned to their home-! Before the Council agreed to LONDON, Oct. 7. Jence in Berlin of high foreign} Twenty seamen of the British

lands he said when Asia returns |thejr reply to His Excellency, The Council of Foreign Bond-|Communist officials shows thatifishing trawler Nerman drowned
to normal, In its note the United Hon. E. 8. Robinson said that he | holders has issued a second state-| East Germany now is regarded as|when the vessel foundered

States said the Mexican plan is agreed that it was vital that|ment giving further and morejan indivisible part of the world|dense fog off the rocky southeast

an interesting one worth serious} everything be done to promote|technical details of the terms of}peace camp. He said the Soviet coast of Greenland it was re-

consideration. industrial “concerns. He wanted|the agreement “reached in New]zone had gained “honourable’ ported here. Only one survivor
—U.P, to know whether the proposal York at the end of last month’ on|place” in the family of “peace' was reported. The crew all from
é for sending the mission was on the ee peewee examen eee loving nations.” Hull, abandoned the ship Satur-
instigation of the Secretary or|/O!"t8 covered are names of bonds, —U.P. day.—(C.P.)
Red Influence State rs at Ke request of the details regarding sinking fund
\ four-colonies. ff, ae was re- | provisions, the willingness of Japan r
In Labour Party ported in the Press it was at the an ies re a eee si 9 e
Pocus” ‘wet Govennens |cenetie. whl tuay, be concede eyre everything
aor ‘ * » othe ( ‘rs ar pference lt
MANCHESTER, Oct. 5, {mentioned, he felt that the Legis-| ;)\,. "auaation ss della? onion ct
Mr Hugh Gaitskell, former|jature of Barbados should have yet decided upon,

Labour Chancellor of the Exche-
quer described as shocking, Com-~
munist influence in the Labour
Party.

He

quoted estimates of «cme!

observers that one-sixth of the};
delegates from the local party}
branches at last week's Labour

|

Party Conference appeared to be
Communists,

He said that may be a |igh
estimate but a disturbing feature
of the Congress was that a number
of



i
'

speeches were Communist
inspired based on the Daily

Worker,
—(C.P.)



Reappointed To
Leg. Council

The Legislative Council
yesterday informed by
Excellency the Governor, that he
has been notified by the Secretary
of State for the Colonies that Her
Majesty the Queen hag been
pleased to give instructions for
the appointment of Mr, Francis
Challenor Hutson, M.I, Mech.E.,
to be a member of the Legisla-
tive Couneil for a further period
of five years
the 14th of October, 1952

were



PARIS, Oct. 7. |

Movie star Rita Hayworth)
“fireball” of vivacity and emotion)
on the sereen was pictured by her
estranged husband Prince Aly
Khan on Tuesday as a “wet
blanket” around the house. That
was Aly’s answer to Rita’s come
plaint that he is a “playboy” who

the race tracks and casinos while
she raves over hot movie scripts
in Hollywood,

The Indian Prince replied that
Rita's idea of a big time is to get
into something comfortable and
just sit around the house all}
evening. He described her with~
out flattery as a. “‘homebody”.
}The embittered one time lovers





Rita Is ‘Wet Blanket’

spends his time and her money at|

been notified and an expression
of opinion sought as to whether
they thought that a Commission:
of that nature was nec@ssary

—U.P.





Queen Narrintan



\
or
not, and also the duration of time | 3
the Commission would take t : ©
sae coarams «| Seeks Divorce
te | :
' CAPRI, Oct, 7
p> D , "es
Waste Of Time | A pokesman for ex-King
: f Farouk told United Press today
4 For this bart ng iy gee that the former Egyptian monarch °
$S , “f 4 p € “ ‘
Gomeepeel er. w et ane an vas “extremely surprised” by the
thre or 45s ‘aaa wh y baer 4 ; Cairo newspaper report that his
2 0 0 § was an abso- , I { {
wife Narriman was seeking a
lute waste of time and money.' Givoroe The ‘| ime, hiiateeesiie
The men were probably men who ; pe) hs rue Teaee XS i (eo
bad never been to the West Indies | °" oer nee oe
j|which said it had learned from

before and probably knew noth-
ing of local conditions and yet
they would be writing a réport|
after three or four days. |

He was not criticising the per-
sonnel. They were highly quall-
fied, but it was not being done as

‘the Narriman family that lawyers
had already been consulted,

Farouk’s spokesman said. “This
is the first time the Prince has
ever heard such a thing. He is
extremely surprised.” Narriman is
it should be, jat present in a Swiss clinic for

The Colonial Secretary said |{reatment following the birth of
that there were occasions wheijher son Egypt’s King Fuad It,
the Executive had to move on/29 months ago,
their own initiative. He believed The exiled Egyptian Royal
that there might be some beneiit| Family is due shortly to move
to be derived from the visit and/into a new villa near Rome,
it was right that they should
explore every method of increas-
ing industrialisation. If they al-

Farouk is now compieung nego-
tiations for the rental of a villa

with effect from/lowed the chance to slip, they}Which is said to have 40 rooms.
might in time regret it. He and his family have been
living in a hotel here since they
sailed into exile from Egypt at
the end of July,
—U.P.



Steamer Crashes
Into Kingston Pier

From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jca. Oct.

exchanged their . verbal _ blast
through their attorneys and from
separate and guarded domiciles
nearly two miles apart the only
note of cordiality was Rita's
statement that she would call off

7

the Reno divorce proceedings she] | Damage estimated at $250,000
| promi ed to the press on Monday vas done to Kingston Pier when
‘if Aly will grart her a separation! 8-5 Pacific Fortune on charter to
: AEN 4 the Harrison Line crashed into

and custody of their two year old

4 Henderson Wharf, King Street, on
Yasmin,

Monday) The failure of a steam
caused the ship’s engine to
peed ahead when docking
no controls were touch-
I ngineer. So she crash-
i into the pier taking out a huge

| daughter

| The Prince said however that],

he has not yet decided what to do
jabout their divorce and _ Rita's}
latest proposal for separation and] ,
Aly



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R PHILIP HEWITT. To Study Medicine First Visit For A Month )
I 3, ic Relations 3S Gr: Anion vied S. UNA § atighte:

Adviser to Comptroller of De- IDDING goodbye to Aru ota he r ‘Trinidad “ M™. ; 5 Bk us —" |
velopment and Welfare, left the Wednesday. October B.W.LA on Sunday for two “The S AvOy - Bay ‘Stieet left ns
ae ro by the Lady Nel- Mr. Oliver Rock? instructor in weeks’ holiday which she will be the Colombie on Sunday night for
Fo on a routine visit to British [ago’s Vocational spending as a guest at Leaton- Dominica where she will spend a
vuiana, He expects to be away School. He is en on-Sea, The Stream. This igs her month’s holiday. She was ac-

for about a fortnight.

After Fourteen Years where he ‘will Miss Amorer is working at the Antonia, Heather and Margaret. vt
RS. HUBER-LYTE DURANT “ter Sorbonne | Treasury in Port-of-Spain, Enjoyed Trip
of New York, returned last UPiversity a { Back From Trip ; in Godds
Paris to study { . RS. H. Colin Goddard, of-
Thursday after spending two medicine MONG the passengers re- Marine Manor, Marine
months’ holiday in the island with “yg. Rock who turning to the island by the Gardens, returied home by the
her relatives. This was her first hails from Bar- S.S. Colombie on Sunday night Oelombie on Sunday after
visit in fourteen years and she hados and form- from the round trip were: Mr. going on a tour of the islands,
was delighted to see some of the ayy 4 staff writ- Cuthbert Archer , Mrs. Ruth She says that she had an en-
marked changes in the island. oF of tha Aves Lynch, Miss Iris Holder, Miss jayable trip.

She was a guest of her sister, sate, before going Ruth. Gibson, Mr. Clarence Gill Mrs. Goddard is the wife of Mr.
Miss Matrid Lyte of Four Roads to Aruba in 1948 # and Miss Inez Edwards. H. C. Goddard of Messrs. J. N.
St. Philip. has proved him- -? To Resume Studies Goddard & Sons, City Merchants,

Again self an excellent R, Basil Tonks, Mr, Alex For Nigeria
RS. RUBY HOLDER who has speaker and tal- wp. 0. ROCK Tatnall and Mr, Pembroke R. ERROL GALE, son of the

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route to France,



first visit to the island

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





companied oy her three childre

been residing in Trinidad ¢Mted musician. His work in the Montgomery, three students of Hon. V. C. Gale, M.LC.,

for the past eleven years, re- Musical and literary field with the Codrington College who had Managing Director of the Bar-
turned home on Sunday by the Caribbean Players and the San been spending the summer holi- jjados Advocate, and Mrs. Gale ac-
Colombie and is staying with hey Nicolas Cultaral Club will long be days in Trinidad, arrived here companied by his wife and son
relatives in Roebuck Street. remembered, a he — epee to resume Timothy, left the island on Sun-
° s : * tn ee heir studies in ieology. day by the S.S. Colombie after

Indefinite Holiday In a short while he tad fairly Intransit spending about four months’ holi-

ISS Susanne Shearn a former

well mastered the Dutch tongue-—

day at Garden Gap, Worthing.

Queen’s_ Colle irl one of the few English speaking MONG the passengers ar- ee oa
daughter of Mr, and Mrs HF. pureoke to do so — a his atudins A riving on Sunday by the . Cole is Agricultural Officer
Shearn of ‘“Letchworth’, ‘The in French, begun since his days C7lombie from Jamaica was Mrs. fee

Garrison returned home on Sat-~

at College in Barbados, were con-

S. Woolford

who is intransit

for

Will Come Again

a by the SS. Gelfite for an tinued to the degree standard of S'- Lucia on @ visit to her son-in- OCKEY Tommy Wi w
indefinite holiday, London University. It is this law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. had been residing in Barb:
Susanne who has been away mastery of French that now al- Fred Rodrigue dos for the past two and a ha

just over two years, has a jows him to enter a French uni- Mrs. Woolford is a sister of Mr. years, returned to England on
secretarial job at a School in versity for medical studies—a rare ©. A- Robinson, formerly Editor Sunday by the “Colombie” to
Bickly, near Bromley. She vis- ,ohievement for an English °f the Graphic and Chronicle in ride for Mr. D. Pret Rose. Ha
ited North Wales, with Mr. and peaking West Indian ieorgetown and who was up to was accompanied by his wife.
Mrs. Stanley and their family. : two months ago with the Jamaica Mr, Wilder said that he had a
Mr. Stanley is a former Colonial Mr. Rock was feted by his col- Gleaner. Mr. Robinson is now in very pleasant stay in Barbados
Secretary of Barbados, leagues of tne Lago Vocational business in Kingston as partner of and was looking forward to re~
ean we visited Scotland, School a few days before he left Holt Ltd visiting the island at some future
ora aoe ee ah ba. Aruba, and they presented him a While in Barbados, Mrs. Wool- date C 1!
um. In Bngland she also saw Pcautiful “Parker 51” pen and ford is a guest of Mr. and Mr Student Returns
- G. H. Adams uty pencil set. His fellow members of Tr. A. Wason of Deacons Road R. E. W. B. MASSIAH, a
Headmistress of Queen's College, we sen wien Pe ae Up And About M student at Oxford Univer-
Anne Sutherland, Haze) Clarke Wh!ch another arbadian Mr. ISS Yvonne Gibbs, a mem- sity, returned to England on Sun-
and Pat Simmonds old QC. E. A. Bailey is President—gave ber of Revuedeville day night by the S.S. Colombie to
girls. They had a wonderful time eS eae * as @ taken of Dancing School, who was de- resume this studies. He is doing
To and had a Q.C. Reunion appreciation for his services to tained in Trinidad for medical his third year in English.
a there, ; the Club in music and literature. joey ent at. the Colonial Hos- Mr. Massiah, a son of Mr. and
usanne says she is indeed s ee . ital t pat : Sunds Mts. Stewart Massiah of Spring-
very glad to be back home and He came over from Aruba last pital, re urned home on sunday bead, St. James, had been spend-
she inks that many changes week to spend a few days with night by the S.S. Colombie, She * + the sunimer vacation with tie
have been affected in two years, his family at Station Hill and left was accompanied by her brother '8 ‘he summer va a
All for the better, of course, on Sunday night by the Colombie. Neil who flew over last week, parents.





LITO GOBBI
HAS A CLASH OF VIEWS WITH HIS CUSTOMERS
Listening to opera leaves HIM cold...

TITO GOBBI brought
little photograph in a_ leather
frame and set it before him in his
dressing-room at the Stoll before

out a

(By CHARLES REID)

The shooting went on for seven
months and 24 days, During this

family

discovered it and pol

it out to him

His father, a once-rich int



ited

ius-

Short Holiday

ISS Norma Forde, Assistant

to the Radiologist, X-Ray

Department of the General

pital, was among the passengers

leaving the island for Dominica

on Sunday night by the SS.

Colombie. She has gone on a
short holiday.

LISTENING.
HOURS

WEDNESDAY
4.00—7 LS p.m

OCTOBER 8, 19%2
2 53 M, 31.32M



making up for his 362nd_ per- : ; coe ttialist made cautious by heavyY 4p) m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily
time Gobbi rode wild horses, ,. ini. aie 7 nie’ Tar, Sane sik aan The BBC. Midinnd

formance in eight years as Figaro |. , rom battlements, did losses during the Kaiset war, Service. 4.15 p.m, The BBC. Midling

dropped fron ¢

in The Barber of Seville. much sword play, leaped over sisted that ~ mola quality pen ie S tan. Ghonin. 6.18 af
5 g i : ‘ ja : ~. as a jJawyer at Padua University gouviners of Music, 6 1. Scottist

Pi I aoe wae wine: banquet tables and sang to hig soe e ‘aan for singing lessons. Giivenite, 615 m Listeners’ Choice.
: own twanging on the lute, Nothing like a second professional &.4% p.m, Sports Round Up and Pro-

ing hair; Giulio Crimi, now dead
who trained Gobbi’s bariton, in
Reme during the ‘thirties.
About voice trainers (maestri)
in genere! Gobbi is sardonic and
lightly pidgin. “The first thing

His Italian fees alone came to
250,000 lire, In addition, he was
paid a small mountain of marks
for going to Berlin and helping to
double the film German. —

While in Berlin he acquired a

string to

one’s bow, he

out,

lawyer.
ture,

Not only did Gobbi
He

painted in

pointed

become a
also studied architec-
oils, dabbled in

gramme Parade, 7 p.m. The News, 7.10
Home News from Britain

p.m
10.30 p.m. S1.32M, 49.71M

7.15



7.15 p.m. Calling the West Indies,
7.45 p.m. In all Directions, 8.15 p.m
Radio Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Chopin, 8.45
pam, Statement of Account, 9 p.m.

a maestro needs is to be able to . ae . ~ sculpture, All these sidelines have Shetland Bus, 10 p.m. From the .
oll voices. The more voices he “8 snd took on as companion: jnon fruitful torials, 10.18 p.m. Mid-week Talk,
sp s chauffeur a needy medical student 10.90 p.ut. Twenty Questions

1, the more money he ask,
@ more maestro he is, Thirty-
five per cent of voices are spoiled

eee = nee WaS FI] evening dress so that they pound a time for pocket money. The Garden—St. James
a at ft m th ket e spot could do the night-club round fy recent years he has designed | Tp-day (only) 8.90 ;
tay Yee, > 3 Weheet, + SStty together. and built a smart villa for himself

his picture for sentiment. It is
sentiment that pushes all things.”

and hilarious. At his hotel every- In the rear garden is an oven] chive. (anly) Sat
Money, too body called him Herr Baron as a where he bakes clay busts| 8.30 p.m |
i T HOLIDAY | Mat. Sun
IN addition to perfecting young matter of course, Then he rushed of his own modelling. ean} ene

called Frank.
Out of pure
bought Frank a dinner-jacket and

exuberance he

For six weeks life was crammed

In Rome as a student he turned ,

out oil sketches of classical ruins

ana

on the coast near

sold them .to

tourists at a

Civita Vecchia. |

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TARZAN'S

Gobbi’s voice by leaving it alone, pack to Italy and married Tilde A second v i + Robert Mitchum |

» ba y é é A se d villa ig on the way. bs | ae etme
. : ; y- SAV R
Crimi taught him a thing or two'de Rensis, daughter of a Rome ye intends building it as a specu | Leen Sar A =
about money. music critic, with whom he had jation on another bit of land he John Wayne Marciano Fight

In 1987 Gobbi, then 22, thought peen in love for five years.

of asking 1,000 lire (then worth
about £10) for a fortnight'’s work

still
her

pianist,
for

Tilde, a ready
plays accompaniments

owns on the same coastal

stretch.

|
Already he has rough-sketched the |

‘levations

and lay-out plan

His }





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For Wednesday, October 8, 1952

Look in the section in which your birthday
find what your outlook is, accarding to the stars,

i ARIES Fine day to tackle those duties you've been
March 21—April 20 putting off. Plan well, follow up thorough-

cames and

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ly, finish with definiteness, decision. Eve-
ning favours personal matters

* * »

Us T 4 : ;
emper exuberance with caution, wisdom.
April 21 to May 20 brergies misdirected are wasted. You are
capable of such fine achievement, don’t dis-
appoint yourself.

May be called upon to arbitrate the diff-
erences of friends or others. Your opinion
valued if not given domineeringly. Do all

diplomatically,

A day of many moods. Qn your toes! The
alert, sensible members of this Sign can
derive much benefit by vigorous, system-

atic application

As you practice so shall you succeed in
final endeavour. Act as if each hour of
your waking day demanded your best. Re-
tain sense of humour and balance.

*

Friendly, personable day. When daily
chores are done, spend a little time spread~-
ing those ‘little’ happinesses the wor d and

loved ones need
* * *

i

te
+

ea GEMINI
May 21—June 21

CER
uly 23

* aunt
*

* LEO
July 24—Aug. 22

VIRGO
KK Ang. 23—Sept.

+”







23

LIBRA Stick to well planned course to accomplish
*« Sept. 24—Oct. 23 quicker. Work with others for the general
betterment of all. Personal, financial mat-
ters under advantageous rays. :
SCORPIO *

Commend thoughts and energies to neces-
sary matters, children’s and other needs.
Don’t wait for the other fellow to do it +

first.
* *

Industrial, home and business issues in
forefront to-day. Strive to complete assign-
ed tasks with alacrity. *

*

Look to trusted friends for the right word.
Thetr sage, unbiassed able advice will help > a
you and your hopes.

Gains in new and old duties for the DO-
ERS. Progress can be measured in direct
Aim to maintain a

Oct. 24—Nov.

* SAGITTARIUS
Nov, 23—Dec. 22

*

CAPRICORN
Dec, 23—Jan. 21

*

AQUARIUS

. 22—Feb
| og. Tere. ratio to your efforts

re steady, even pace
PISCES

* * *
% Feb. 21--March 20

+
*
>
>

e
wearer whe wh KK KK KKK

Don’t shade actions with indecisions,
doubts. A well planned programme is half
the battle. Show your versatility.

YOU BORN TO-DAY: A bright mind, eager for doing
goad things; a likeable personality, ready for fine friendships,
assisting worthy causes. Many Librans have become outstand-
ing statesmen, reformers, You could be able executive or steady,
faithful employee.

* Birthdate of: John Hay, Amer. statesman, author; E. H.
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“No, you will ask 1,000 lire a day when he is below par. “My

as long as the shooting lasts and travelling critic,’ Gobbi calls her.

full expenses as well.” They have an_ eight-year-old
laughter, Cecilia.

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“Yes, I am clever,” admits Gobbi
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CR s WORD i is only the window of my shop.
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r. Adams Prepared

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DURING his Labour Day Address at the Barbados
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being a Minister under the Ministerial
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they could make trouble,

Union

mistaken.

: He said there were some weeds
in the garden and, “I will resign.
when I see the weeds out of the
garden.”

With the examples of Captain
Cipriani of Trinidad who lived to
see his life’s work evaporate, of
Mr. Norman Manley who recently
had a break in his party, and Mc
Clement Attlee who delayed too
long before facing the left wing
of his party, he was not going to
allow the life work of his older
comrades and himself to be des-
troyed through the activities of
ambitious people who sought
personal glory.

The Barbados Workers’ Union
‘was in a Supreme position. To say
that was not merely blowing their
own trumpet, They were often
looked up to, often corisulted, and
in recent years when there were

Jabour disputes in the Caribbean,
the various Governments had
been asking some of them to

ittend as arbitrators, to fight the
¢ause, or to sit as tribunals, The
fact that he represented the whole

{ the West Indian Trade Union

ovement on the LC.F.T.U. was

urely a tribute to the Barbados
orkers’ Union as being the one

Jnion which had followed a con-
Stitutional life and
marked time,

They could point to the scale of
Wages they had got for their
Workers, the type and conditions
f services — unsurpassed by

aribbean Unions and only
@qualled by a few in the outside
world. Through tis position on
the LC.F.T.U., he was able to
Bow the progress other Unions

ere making, and it was with

this knowledge that he spoke of

the comparative standards of

working conditions in Barbados.
Not All Roses

But they had to make sure that
they preserved the nnsition they

yet had not

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for 10% increase, they could prove
that they were entitled to it. They
cid not ask for preposterous in-

themselves entitled to and thus
cid not back down on what they
asked. That was the policy.

Bad Reputation

He had a word to say to water
front workers. He knew months
before Alcoa left the island that
they were leaving. It was point-
ea out thet while Berbadians
could work very well, they could
mlso adopt a go slow method. That
was a bad réputation for therm to
ain and he would warn the “hot
heads” not to kill the goose that

De 2 i

Services

Mr. G. H.

Government to
If any persons

those persons were

had attained, and continued the lays the golden egg. The Hartison
march of progress. Before he id ;

; - z . people had said in no uncertain
finished, he would show them terms that they were goings tod
that it was mot all foses in the ries they were assured that
Lae a9 nat as Tie ws a ee Trade Union Executives were go-
were feeble and the plants of ne, dt ane same way
healthy growth, they could afford , _—

“Heaven knows whether a
Geep water harbour will come
or not, but I repeat this that
there will be no deep water
harbour which will displace
labour.”

Some years ago it would have
cost £3,300,000 to build a_ har-
bour, but the present figure was
nearer £6,000,000.

They had established a Provi-

to know that they were there
without doing anything. But when
they became threatening, he would
appeal to the people to pluck out
all weeds in the garden. If they
wanted to keep the position they
had in the world at present, they
had to prévent any undesirable
weeds from growing. They had
had the old stalwarts of the Trade
Union Movement fighting to keep
the Union what it was.

Within the last few months, he dence Fund for Produce Por-
had been asked to go to the Gold ters out of money which unex-
Coast to help build up the Move- pectedly came their way. In a

ment there, and he had been
asked to go to Belgium, but he
had not had the time. As long as
the Barbados Workers’ Union held
its position, so long would they
be asked to help some other organ-
isation to be strong.

“If I have, as I say, regrettably,
to draw your attention to possibie
evils, it is because I do not wish—
and anyone who loves Barbados
would not wish—to see us rise to
the height we have risen and then
stumble because of one or two
upstarts,

short time they might expect to
hear, in the Sugar Industry at
amy rate, of scheme whereby
Providence Funds might be start-
ed among other branches of the
industry.

The theory that a Trade Union
and a Political Party should not
be mixed was seldom carried out
im practice. For a Union to be
strong it had to get support
through legislation.

At present they in Barbados en
joyed in practice a constitution

He would not go into detail om that was superior to any in the
what they had achieved locally. British Colonial Empire. They of
Loyal Unionists would have rea@ the House were not called Min-'

isters. In Trinidad there were
five Ministers to run the Depart-
ments, but there, as was also the
case in Jamaica, the Governor

from week to week in the ‘Beacon’
what had been epee shed.

It had_been their policy that if
they asked for a shilling increase,





creases that they could not prove ;

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

powers and gould
the héads 6f the
vidos that was not

nak law over
House In Barb

but they were going further
than that

At the present moment the See-

retary of State is considering a

memorandum which we have sent
through the Governor setting out
what we want done, I make no
boast when I say that I would be
the most surprised man in the
whole world if the Secretary did
not agree with what we have put
before him, I know that they
know that we are more stable and
have a greater sense of responsi-
bility.”

Five-Year Plan

They had a Five-Year Devel-
opment plan which would soon
come into operation. They had to
look and see what money they
had and what they could afford,
and make a fair means of taxa-
tion,

He had heard blame

no one

them for the rice shortage, but he ,

would still remind them that what
was happening was what could
occasionally happen when British
Guiana had bad weather or when
some other factor delayed theagrop
there.

As to the weeds in the garden,
he was not appealing to the
people of Barbados to support the
cld brigade, He knew they would.
He was wppealing to the rebels not
te commit suicide, It was no desire
for power or personal aggrandise-
ment that caused that appeal, but

the examples of such like Capt.
Cipriani was operating in his
mind.

If he thought that the majority
of the people in Barbados would
join a handful of saboteurs, he
would have gone and got a first
class job, maybe become a Chief
Justice, but he felt that the people
would not do that. He knew that
the masses were fn favour of. pro-
gress and that the little boys who
copied gestures did not realise that
child’s play is all right as long ag
they kept it at ohild’s play, but
when they were going to hurt
grown-ups, the grown-ups would
box them round their ears.



To Purge Union

LC.T.A. Scientists
Tour Colombia

SCIENTISTS of the Imperial College of Tropical |
present

Agriculture are at



in Colombia, travelling in

the forests to study wild cocoa and related species in
order to optain material for breeding better types of
cocoa, and especially superior disease resistant trees.

On Monday, two members of
the Cocoa Research Scheme at
th College, Mr. P. Holliday
(plant pathologist) and Dr. B.
Bartley (plant breeder) left by
PAA, td join the expedition,
They will fly to Bogota, and

later fly to join the party some-
where in the Comasaria Vanpas,

& provinee of Colombia
The Scientists at present in
Colombia are Professor R. E. D.

Baker (professor of Botany), Mr.
F. W. Cope (plant breeder), and
Mr. D. J. Taylor (entomologist),
ul of whom left Trinidad last
June, Professor Baker and Mr
Cope expect to return to Trini-
dad in one or two months’ time
when relieved by Mr. Hofliday
and Dr. Bartley. Mr. Taylor will
be remaining with the expedcti-
tion.

are also
expedition,

Colombian scientists
accompanying the
which is expected to last alto
gether about one year Mr. Holli
day and Dr. Bartley will proba
bly be relieved in three or four
months’ time.



Some wanted to have it both
ways, keep the prestige and yet
go around sticking knives in backs,
but he would remind them that
every lion in the forest which
seemed to be sleeping might not
be sleeping, but only peeping
Though he was 11 years olde
than when he went about the

country day and night, he would
still be ready to go to the country
and the people again, Above all
things, they had to fight to pre-
serve the Trade Union Move
ment and the progréss they had
achieved.



Vessels Bring
Mixed Cargoes

RICE, pickled pork, charcoal,
firewood and copra were the main
items of ships’ and schooners’ car-
goes which arrived in port over
the week-end, Of the seven ves-
sels which arrivéd there were five
schooners and two steamships.

The schooners Marion Belle
Wolfe and Franklyn D, R. brought
500 bags of rice from Demerara
along with the regular Demerara
exports of wallaba poles which are
consigned to the Telephone and
Electric Companies, and firewood,

eart, mora, and charcoal
Another arrival from British Gui-
ana was the schooner Zita Wonita
with 78 tons of firewood consign-
ed to Manning & Co., 1,215 bags
of charcoal and 31 pieces of sawn
mora.

Other

525 drums of colas and 1,000 feet

of mahogany and May Olive with ,





schooners which arrived |
were Burma D. with a cargo of |

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PAGE THREE





STRAINERS ie.
GRATERS 29¢.
BOX IRONS $4.53
COAL POTS $2.77
FRYING PANS 58e.

GALVANIZED
KITCHEN SINKS $9.51

415 bags of copra and a quantity }

of fresh-fruit and firewood.

The Lady Rodney arrived from
St. Lucia with a cargo of 216
tierces of pickled pork, 562 casks
of codfish, 100 bags of
and leather shoes, medicines and
frozen poultry
brought a cargo of cheese, canned
peas, mutton amd Ceylon tea,

The Lady Rodney also brought
47 passengers to the island while
$7 were intransit, The vessel is
consigned to Gardiner Austin &
Co., Ltd.

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PAGE FOUR

4d ADVOCATE

Printed by the Advocate Co., Lid., Broad -..,

Wednesday, October 8, 1952

ote eae “= a aa ae

Bridgetown

AIR IMPROVEMENT

THE announcement that British West
Indian Airways is contemplating the intro-
duction of four-engined aircraft on its

major Caribbean routes will be welcomed
throughout the area.

In recent years the West Indies have
become so accustomed to cuts in steam-
ship services that the majority of travel-
lers have become reconciled to the idea of
flying as the only reliable and speedy
method of inter-island communication,

When not long ago it was announced
that British West Indian Airways were
compelled for reasons of economy to
reduce the scope of its activities, there
was much disappointment throughout the
region and it was feared that in an effort
to recuperate losses the British West
Indian Airways’ service would become
little more than a shuttle service for other
airlines.

The news that British West Indian Air-

ways is contemplating the introduction of
four-engined aeroplanes with a_ seating
capacity of 56 persons, and is investigating
the possibility of later obtaining aircraft
equipped with four jet-propelled engines
will banish such fears. It is obvious that
an airways company which is going to
equip with four-engined aeroplanes is con
templating development and not contrac-
tion of its activities.
’ The greatest obstacle to the development
of a’ national airline company is the
absence of a nation, but since all British
Caribbean Governments recognise the ad-
vantages which have accrued to their ter-
ritories from the development of air com-
munications, this handicap ought not to
be excessively vexatious,

But more than passive co-operation with
British. West Indian Airways is required
if the islands and mainlands which it
serves are.to reap full advantages from
the service. The future of an airways
depends on the use which is made of the
facilities which it offers. British West
Indian Airways in co-operation with Brit-
ish Overseas Airways can look ahead and
make plans for an air service which will
bring credit on the British Caribbean. But
unless the public travels in their aero-
planes and unless freight services are
developed the airways company cannot
expand beyond a certain limit. The pros-
perity of British West Indian Airways
must accordingly be closely connected
with the tourist industry of the Caribbean.
If British Caribbean Governments gave to
the tourist industry even one-third of the
support they give to the sugar industry
the prosp@rity of British West Indian Air-
ways would be guaranteed, But if Brit-
ish West Indian Airways is to rely entirely
on a local West Indian travelling public
then their speed of expansion will neces-
sarily be geared down to that of existing
West Indian economy. And without the
benefits of tourism that economy seems
destined to contract rather than expand.
It is well that British Caribbean Govern-
ments should recognise at this stage the
close connection between the tourist. in-
dustry and the future of British West
Indian Airways.

For them to suppose that just because
the management of British West Indian
Airways and the parent Company are
looking ahead and planning an equipment
programme which will give the British
Caribbean improved air service, air ex-
pansion is no concern of theirs would be
foolish. The story of Canadian National
Steamships provides too close an object
lesson of what can happen if governments
expect companies to provide communica-
tions without having a wide-awake policy
to protect them against losses or competi-
tion. \

Large aircraft, speedier aircraft and
more modern aircraft can only be main-
tained in the area if they are regularly
used by the travelling public and for
freight purposes, If the major British
Caribbean governments promote the tour-
ist industry there can be no doubt that
British West Indian Airways will continue
to expand and to improve its services. The
government of the Bahamas and the gov-
ernment of Jamaica spend very large
sums of money annually on promoting the
tourist industry and in both these terri-
tories runways are being prepared to
receive jet-propelied aircraft if and when
they arrived. In Barbados on the other
hand the government’s policy towards
tourism can still fairly be described as
barely lukewarm and the advantages
which would accrue to this island from a
tourist industry which received active
government encouragement are yet to be
realised by the community as a whole.

The announcement then that British
West Indian Airways is looking ahead
must not be received here with passivity,
but ought to spur the local government
to take action now to make Barbadians
tourist-minded so that when the new
Argonauts and new Vickers Viscounts are
flying along Caribbean air lanes Barbados
will be classified with the major tourist
earning islands and will be a very strong
link in the chain of B.W.1.A’s develop-
ment.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Alarms Me...

‘This Discovery Of Secret Agreements With The Whips

We Wan

4
.

tA Man At The
B.B.C. Who Can Stand Up}

| To Whitehall

ONE of the biggest jobs in
|Britain is waiting for
'when Sir William Haley’s suc-

someone By VISCOUNT HAILSHAM

different kinds,. which have be-
come one of the most popular
features not only of the ‘Third

jcessor is chosen for Broadcasting stand out for the ideals which it and Home but also of the Light

| House,
The B.B.C.’s_ Director-General
lis one of the least publicised yet

has hitherto set itself?
One advantage the B.B.C. will
possess, which, at least at first,

and Television programmes.
No sooner however were they
started than there was a chorus

| most. powerful figures in Britain, will be denied to its competitor, Of disapproval from party head-

jIn theory the servant of
‘board of governors, in practice

and political broadcasting, both

the will be the monopoly of religious quarters, and even from smaller

groups within the parties who

jhe gives tone and direction to the of them extremely popular items considered themselves inade-

jwhole policy of British broad-

| casting.

in a balanced programme.

Quite apart from the vexed

quately represented. .
It was very soon. discovered

| The B.B.C. is among the most question of sponsored broadcast- that the best radio personalities

jpowerful voices in the world.

ing, the relations between the

were not necessarily those most

None of the commercial chains iN corporation and the Government, favoured by the party Whips, or
the United States speaks with the and between the corporation and even those most prominent in

same
None of the Government-domin-
ated broadcasting systems of the
dictatorships has the same note of
independence.

There Are Two Main Tasks
| WHOEVER the new choice is
jhe will find a tough assignment

\ waiting for him when he slips into

jthe D.-G.’s chair at Broadcasting
|House, for he comes to the post
at the very moment when the
j}wlole future of British broad-
casting is in delicate balance.
One of the very first things he
will have to tackle is the rivalry

between television and sound
broadcasting, which often leads
to quite chaotic situations,

easy.
So enormous are the repercus-
sions of broadcasting on every
aspect of political life that the
B.B.C. officials are subjected to
constant pressures at all levels.
A Valuable Asset
HERE too the B.B.C. wants a
Director-General who knows his
own mind and is willing to fight

authority and purpose the two political parties are never public life.

Trust The Public

IT was not very long before
deputations from both —
were complaining to Sir William
Haley that the public were gain-
ing erroneous views about the
House of Commons and official
policies. ;

For a long time he stood fast
against this pressure, and at least

igainst organised pressure for the 8aved the existence of the pro-

interests of the public and
corporation os he sees them,

This was a sphere in which Sir
William Haley was particularly
uccessful, fighting manfully for
what he conceived to be right and
ready, if need be to withstand

when a good show put on by one himself.

is suddenly seen to be snapped
;up and taken over by the other.

valuable
D.-G, who gives in to

This is an especially
asset. A.

we grammes,

which was threatened.
More recently, however, secret
agreements with the Whips have
considerably curtailed the free-
dom of the B.B.C. to choose its
own broadcasting talent.
My advice to the new D.-G.

48 pressure from the Prime Minister Would be to bring all such agree-

ments to an end and trust the
public to support him in claim-
ing full editorial responsibility

It will be necessary for the new official or unofficial blandishment free of all political pressure. The

chief to take both sides by the

or intimidation would soon find

noise of switches being turned off

‘scruff of the neck and tell them the corporation right in the cock- is too gentle a sound to penetrate

they have simply got to work to-

zether, combining and channell-
ing correctly the potential capa-
{cities of both and assembling and
_canalising the personal talent
; »vailable,

Pressure of Politics

| BUT more important still will
2e the relations between the
‘corporation and the Governmemn,

pit of party politics.

Independent Can Speak

AS it is, he constantly has to
contend with the ignorance and
suspicion of the men in control
of the party machines,

The B.B.C. is one of the few
means whereby an ind@pendent
politician can still speak his own
mind even if it does not exactly

the Palace of Westminster. But
it is death to a broadcasting net-
work.

The ultimate truth, which the
new director must never be tired
of proclaiming, is that broad-
casting is a distinct art, different
from public speaking, different
from writing in the newspapers.

It Has Its Faults

POLITICIANS who seek to

‘nore especially as the proposal correspond with the official party draw the analogy of the Press or

‘o establish sponsored television
s likely to lead to a parliamen-

line, and both parties maintain
more or less secret organisations

the platform have failed to study
the basic technique and the basic

ary dispute more or less on and pressure groups to prevent economics of their subject

arty lines. this happening if possible, as well We all know that the B.B.C
The new OD.-G, is certain to as to ensure that the party view has its faults. But n other
»e Subjected to aimost continu- is not swamped by that of the broadcasting network is the

sus pressure from different poli-
ical quarters.

' Are the new stations, for in-

ance, to begin operat'ons tefore forums.

che B.B.C. itself is allowed to
offer the same degree of variety
1s Was contained in its pre-war

rogrammes? What action is the render them harmless from their pf
if the sponsored own point of view and therefore pri

}.B.C. to take

tation steals away its most prom-

sing talent and programmes?

If the corporation should find,
las it believes it will, that spon-

cred television lowers the stan-
, dards of public taste, is it to make

‘oncessions in order to maintain

, ‘8 viewing figures, or is it to
| Se ene =

Hassan, Coming

| Middle East

Ky & Special Correspondent
BASRA, Iraq.
At 500 m.p.h. and at



over Baghdad. And at Basra

j tadio station, Hassan Selman, a

22-year-old Arab radio mechanic,
| ingered entranced by a_ radar
instrument,
| His brown eyes shone in his
he had played his part, small as
t was, in a Comet’s flight across
,'raq, the land where first they

ld of the Magic Carpet.



ration
ent.

removed from a

The ancient minaret wired for a
“ecorded muezzin; the desert Arab

t his radio; at every point in the

Middle East there is this clash

hetween the medieval and the
| ,odern,

Hassan belongs toa new class
| “cadily growing throughout the
; Mast. The skilled fadesmen as
{distinct from the _ traditional
teraftsmen and foreign-trained

{technicians who returned to be-
specialists.
| He is the man with the spanner— tt

the himself.

ome managers or

mething quite
j Middle East,

novel in

{ Yet within one generation Has-
| an and his fellows have emerged

j with an identity sufficiently dis-
‘inetive to merit a political tag.

she Young Effendi,
parallel in Europe's
history, Tradesmen there evolved
with industry, Hassan as a
tradesman emerged from the
wastes.

I 35,000
feet altitude, a Comet jet airliner
| flew recently on a proving flight

ronzed face at the thought that

t For

lassan himself is only one gen-

j desert
;
|

other side.

An interesting example of this
is the history of the political
Sir William Haley only
just managed to save these from
the party bosses, who would have
liked to destroy them or at least

flat and uninteresting from every-
one else’s,

When the B,B.C. was at last
able to break through the sound
barrier imposed by the complete
ban on all political controversy,
it succeeded in organising un-
scripted political discussions. of

Hassan’s father was a member
of a camel police force maintain-
ed by a local sheik. When he
wants to write to his son he goes
to the nearby village scribe to
have his letter written for him.

Hassan himself has patiently
learned to read and write an odd-
ly stilted English as well as his
classical Arabic, The oddness of
his English expression results
from his almost exclusive study
of English scientific text books.

Radio Mechanic

From his village school, whose
syllabus is mainly Koranic, he
was picked out at twelve years
of age to be sent to a secondary
school in Basra, At 18 he was
selected by competitive examina-
tion to train at Government ex-
sense as a radio mechanic. Now,
it 22 he’ is earning 22 dinars a

30 to 80, and a labourer’s 7 to 10
a month. (One dinar equals £1)

Vito compared with a doctor’s

On first acquaintance he is not

progressive

countrymen; he is
trying

too hard to Westernise

He has an adolescent
brashness, He dresses in West-
ern style, wears an open-necked
{shirt and slacks, and at night he
pputs orn a rainbow-coloured tie,
‘His flowing robes and khufiyah
theadwear he has long discarded.

te convivial as many of his less

He has no;‘How, he asks, can you work in
industrial, ‘them at a bench?

| That same realism is his best

protection against Communism.

The Communist party is outlawed

His importance though is ines- jin Iraq, Its underground strength

crimable.

From her oil revenues—some
£40,000,000 this year—Iraq is
planning vast modernisation

ischemes. But oil, the source of

‘apital wealth, provides neverthe-:

less jobs for only 100,000 Iraqis,
1ostly unskilled labour, The new
~hemes will only work success-
fully if the Young Effendis can

tapply the mechanical “know-how”

} of the trades they are so tenac-
usly acquiring.

What is he like, this Young
Effendi? Look at Hassan; he is
typical, At first, trainee trades-
ren were drawn only from the
city; lately they have been com-
ing from that tough reserve of

is probably less than that in any
other Arab country. But some
fanatics slink around the bazaar
coffee houses patronised by the
Young Effendis. They do not
make much impression on Hassan,
an ardent Nationalist.

He is pro-British, He knows
ithat it Was the British who created
his country out of three neglect-
ed provinces of the Ottoman Em-
pire at the end of World War I.
It vras_ British instructors who
ensured that the examination
which gave him his chance was
fain. And now it is British in-
structors who teach him his trade.

With surprising insight, Hassan
explained to me why he was

human beings, the desert Arab. usurping a sheik’s importance in



Our Readers Say:

A Warning

To The Eaitor, Th: Advocate
SIR,-——In Nobody’s Diary of your
issue of 4th October the writer
states that a parade of religious
wares up and down the streets is
more constructive than the notice
on the Cathedral door warning
j Anglicans not to marry Roman
Catholics. What nonsense! I sup-
pose that if Barbados were trans-
| posed into the centre of Italy and
| read a notice on some R.C
church door warning R.C.’s not
to marry, say, Communists, your

we
we

corraspondent would decry the

notice.

Surely the reason for the notice is
obvious to the thickest head. The
author of Nobody’s Diary must
be aware that a marriage between
an R.C. and a baptized Christian
of another denomination is strictly
forbidden by the Roman Hierarchy
unless the non-R.C. agrees that
all the children of the marriage
shall be baptized and, brought up
as R.C.’s. The R.C. is bound to
pray and do everything he or she
easonably can forthe conversion
of the other to the R.C. faith. It

an Of



prestige or authority of our own.
Politicians and others who seek
to dismantle this edifice or tam-
per with its integrity are bent on
dissipating a priceless national
asset. .
The freedom and independence
the Press depends upon its
vate ownership, untrammelled
by censorship or interference.
The freedom and independence
of British broadcasting depends
upon the maintenance of the
power and authority of the B.B.C,
under a fearless Director-General
Supported by an unprejudiced
board of governors. —L.E-S



Th

Iraq's swiftly-changin,
soma. y ging pattern of

From the Queen of Sheba's time
until almost yesterday, Arab com-
mercial life Copeman on slender
lines of camel caravans, The
sheiks kept the desert peace,
guarding those threads from
marauders,

In Hassan’s lifetime the cara-
vans have been replaced by lorry
convoys across asphalted desert
roads; airliners carry the mer-
chant princes between cities, And
now it is Hassan who watches
over the trade routes — with a
Spanner instead of a rifle.

Political Uncertainty

Untutored, he has worked out
his political opinions for himself.
He has no landmarks of political
tradition to guide him. He has
nc trade union to back him, and
no political spokesman, He feels
insecure which is perhaps why he
yearns for “strong” government—
‘strong and brave” government,
Hassan called it — but that only
indicates his political uncertainty,

His talks with his fellow trades-
men are mainly about engineer-
ing; electronic terms fall strange-
ly among throaty Arab cadences,
But unity of interests and con-
stant associations at work and in
leisure time may bring the Young
Effendis of age politically faster
than their own politicians appear
to expect,

In Arabic endi means “Mis-
ter’, a potentially prophetic label-
ling. Hassan eould become a
nation-wide personality—a figure
which has never before enereed
in Arab history—that indefina Is
character referred to by the We:
as The Man in the Street.

At mt the chances are that
he will look to Britain for his
political ideas as well as his en-
gineering training. He shares the
bitterness of many Arabs regard-
ing Britain’s former Palestine pol-
icy, but he knows that his inter-
ests coincide with those of Britain
—who desires also to see in Iraq
a stable, oe state.

It assan's nds, strong
slim, and sinewy, that first attract
attention. In Hassan’s hands lies
much of Iraq’s future. They look
capable, swiftly-learning hands
even as they put together a radio
set.



is also strictly forbidden that any
other religious ceremony should
take place except the R.C. cere-
mony. Small wonder therefore that
the notice was—mailed to the
Cathedral door.

.

What a pass we are come to that
the Anglican Community should
be twitted for maintaining the
right by one who we can presume
is a member Of a religious faith
which, having the political power,
in Columbia—only a few hundred
miles from Barbados—is actively
hunting and slaughtering Protes-
tants.

Yours faithfully,
PROTESTANT.



~ WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 8, 1952

DIARIES! DIARIES! |
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AUCTION SALE OF THE
CENTURY ?

(From THOMAS CLAYTON)
CAIRO,

Squads of Egyptian civil servants are at
present working a 10-hour day preparing a
bizarre catalogue for what may be history's
most fabulous auction sale—that of the

contents of Farouk’s palaces. oe

The Egyptian Government is considering
the suggestion of holding this auction next
winter, If General Naguib agrees, adver-
tisements will be inserted in the Press of
Europe, the United States and Russia, and
special flights will bring in bidders.

Catalogues for the sale will be as thick as
a family Bible. They will read like some ex-
travaganza prepared for a Hollywood film
king’s super-epic. In them will be listed
treasures of the ancient world, gems, ari
masterpieces, as well as junk more fitting for
a seaside boarding house.

Number one sale would be at Kubben Pal-
ace in Cairo. This is the palace which British
tanks surrounded in the war to force Farouk
to accept a British-nominated premier—par-
adoxically the Britain-hating Nahas.

Through its enormous iron gates bidders
will pass into the palace with its bewilder-
ing, colonnaded, miles of corridors. In the
recreation room, looking as desolate as a the-
atre after a gala first night, they may fina
evidence of the Farouk Europe knew well,
Farouk the great gambler.

In his gambling rooms are playing cara
packs by the hundreds, illustrated on the
back with nudes of flamboyant proportions,
shiny chromium roulette wheels, a thousand
ivory dice, elegant eighteenth century
backgammon tables and three lonely-look-
ing hand-carved sets of ivory chessmen, a
gift from a Chinese mandarin to Farouk’s
father.

In the ante-rooms will be piled lots of list-
ed clothing, miscellaneous; hundreds of suits
made by Farouk’s Scottish tailor, silk pyjam-
as, nylon underwear, 1,500 ties all mono-
grammed OF, linen handkerchiefs together
with damask tablecloths, not in dozens but
hundreds.

For Farouk’s privy purse keeper shopped
on a gigantic scale. Tooth-paste tubes, 250,
and razor blades, 2,000, may be lying in a
corner on one of the carved imitation Shera-
ton chairs also up for sale.

And bidders will have a chance of seeing
the ingenious reflecting mirror system by
which Farouk could keep watch on his
‘safes rgom’ from his bed.

The ‘safes, including one big enough to
serve as a vault, and a German safe which
Farouk ‘won’ (to use an army phrase) from
a German bank in Cairo during the war, wilt
comprise job lots,

In these safes Gen. Naguib’s officers found
jewels worth millions of pounds; the lots and
their descriptions will sound like transla-
tions of exotic Persian poetry; they will in-
clude pearls, rubies, emeralds, star sapphires,
amythysts, topaz.

Gemologists are now valuing them, but it
is certain that only prospective buyers with
special permits will view them, Many are
unset and many are in tasteless settings
chosen by Farouk himself.

On a safe, bidders may see a small unlist-
ed box, one of the boxes of Syrian sweet-
meats given away at his wedding feast when
he married Narriman. z

In the vast music room—the main auction
room—may be a jukebox, cheerfully vulgar
as a seaside arcade, where it would look
more at home. One can almost hear the auc-
tioneer saying: “What am I bid for this fine
jukebox still working?”

If his assistant presses its Button Four,

bidders will hear a recording of “My Love
for You Makes me Weep and Wail,” one of
the box’s twelve recordings of American hit
songs. s

Beside it is likely to be an organ, an an-
cient gramophone and pianola badly in need
of tuning.

A lady-in-waiting’s boudoir is — to be
stacked and listed with soulless efficiency)?
filigree love charms. From there bidders will
wander into the last thing they ever expected
—a completely equipped dentist’s surgery.

The catalogue will be a mirror of Farouk’s
mentality. Job lots will list such things as a
chemical ‘stinks’ set, two cheap-type Geiger
counters labelled ‘Measure nuclear energy
yourself,’ 75 pairs of binoculars, 15-inch long
gold lipstick holders in scores (gifts Farouk





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Kvidence Taken In Panama Estates Chancery Suit

FURTHER EVIDENCE
CONTINUES TODAY

FURTHER evidence was taken yesterday by
Lordship the Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore in the
Panama Estates Chancery Suit in which the five planta-

BIFOCALS

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Woman Charged With
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TWENTY-TWO-YEAR-OLD, domestic servant Eulese Person who ‘said “unite or die"

with reference to the policy of

Pieper te a dans Martin of Bulls Alley, St. Michael was yesterday remand-. jLojaticn in certain trite
— Lascelles, Trents, Colleton, | Mount Prospect and ed until October 10 by His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Burope—the ‘powder kee of his-
our Hills, in this island, are the subject of a dispute Acting Police Magistrate of District “A”, after she was ‘FY. The introduction of novelty
nen members of two Societies of Barbadians in charged by the Police with the murder of Leslie Moare usually aaoom with teeigtanion
anama ’ ecause ni mpoops are always
ee Bate . : : a fisherman of Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy. in the majority in organised
Four witnesses including Reginald Oscar Carrington, The charge stated that the offence was committed 6m’ society. Minds have become so

one of the plaintiffs in the suit, gave evidence yesterday

a : October 4.
regarding the acquisition of the plantations, and their .

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present “bad” condition.

10.30 a.m. when another witness will give evidence on

behalf of the plaintiffs,

The case is being heard on
amended pleadings in which are
Set out threo separate suits in
respect of the estates according
to the date of their acquisition,
but which are being heard as one
consolidated action.

In the original pleadings, the
plaintiffs were Hugh Mostyn Best
et al against Percy Georgé Seales
et al as defendants, After prelim-
inary legal argument between
Counscl on both sides, His Lord-
ship ruled that the pleadings be
amended, and the plaintiffs bring
separate suits in respect of ihe
estatis to be heard as one con-
solidated action.

The present Bill of Claim is
the same as in the original suit,
and in it the plaintiffs claim that

the share to which they are (n-

titled and in the said estates,
both of capital account and on
the income account, may be

ascertained by the Court, and for

that purpose all necessary ac-
counts and inquiries may be
taken and made; payment and

transfer by the defendants to the
plaintiffs of what shall be found
due to the plaintiffs in respect
of the said estates; the appoint-
ment of a Receiver; and that the
plantations may be managed by
the Receiver under the direction
of the Court.

The three suits in respect of the
five estates are now between
Reginald O. Carrington and Percy
George Seales and John R. Scan-

tlebury in rcspect of Colleton,
James Gustavus Connell, plain-
tiff and Percy George Seales and
Charles Clifford Skinner, in
respect of Trents and Lascelles
and Hugh Mostyn Best, plaintiff
and Percy George Seales and
George McDonald Harris, in

respect of Four Hills and Mount
Prospect.

Mr. W, W. Reece, Q.C., Solici-
tor General, instructed by Mr.
H. L. Thomas, Solicitor of the
firm of Messrs. Carrington &
Sealy, is representing the plain-
tiffs. Mr, G. H. Adams, instructed
by Mr. W. O. O. Haynes, Solicitor
of the firm of Haynes & Griffith,
is representing the Defendants.

teginald Carrington, one of the
plaintiffs in the Suit in respect
to Colleton Plantation, the first
to be acquired, said that in 1941,
he arrived in Barbados, along
with two other Barbadians in
connection with purchasing Col-
leton plantation.

He represented. the Barbados
Progressive Society of Panama,
while the defendants, Percy
George Seales and John R.
Scantlebury represented the Soci-
ety known as the Barbados Pro-
gressive Society of Colon. On
behalf of his Society he brought
a cheque for $12,000 while ths
other two brought a cheque for
$25,000.

Drew Up Agreement

Together they drew up an
agreement, and jointly purchased
the estate known as Colleton in
the parish of St. Peter.

Other estates were bought sub-
sequently out of the profits of
the estate, together with other
funds forward to their Attorney
in Barbados.

He said that since the purchase
the estates; His Society has
no account of their

of
received
running.

The ofher witness gave evi-
dence regarding the present con-
dition of the estates and said that
they are all in a “bad condition,
and do not appear to be worked.

Another witness said that part
of the machinery on some of
the plantations has been disposed
of, while Mr. Haynes, a form*1
manager of Lascelles told the
Court that he has had to borrow
money to run the estate, and
there were times when he could
not get his salary. It was for
that reason he had given up the
management of the plantation.

Further hearing continues this
morning at 10 o’clock.

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. BARBADIAN cyclists did weil

Enrolled In at the All Stars Cycle ana Ath-

P letic meeting in Trinidad Mr.

J John Hoad, Manager of the Hoi-

St. Peter born. cycle and atheltic team

Twenty lad . told an Advocate reporter yes-

the St Peter's Parish Choe at terday” afternoon after arriving

Sunday afternoon to form the {fom Trinidad by B.W.I.A., with

second Church Lads’ Brigade 12 members of the Holborn team.

Company in St. Peter. All Saints _ The other two members of the

Church ‘has already got a com- team—Ronald Andrews

and

pany. David Grant both, cyclists—will
Four of the lads were enrolled be returning later while John
as officers. They, unlike the Skinner, Joyce Marshall, R. Seaiy

others in ‘shorts of military serge and Lyle Carmichael are expect-
and white shirts, wore long pants ed today.
and carrie@ canes. The enrol- Mr. Hoad said that when the
ment was performed by the Rev. team arrived at Piarco they were
Father Ullyett 6f St. Stephen’s given a grand reception by the
Church, An inspection ‘of the Messrs. F, DePeiza and Long and
company was made by Major G. other members of the All Star
Rocheford, Battalion command- Club. On Friday morning, the
er of the C.L.B. day after they arrived in Trini-
dad, the members of the tearn
FOUICE BAND CONCERT visited the track only to find it
The Police Band under Captain sodden. Some of the boys how-
C. E. Raison is expected to hold ever managed to put in a little
a concert at St. Peter’s Parisn practice.
Church on Sunday afternoon. It .
will be ‘the second concert the When the) meeting opened on
Band will be giving at that Saturday the track was. still
church, heavy but the eee
claimed a big share in the hon-
PLANTERS PESSIMISTIC ours. He said that the big fea-
es TMY Sih. “aiite > ac ture of the first day's racing was
ote bea Week was mark- ie splendid ladies’ half mile
y showers of rain
almost daily, planters of St, Which Joyce Marshall of Barba-
Peter are still pessimistic about 40s won with a stupendous effort
their 1953 crop. from British Guiana’s Jean Per-
They say that weeks of steady ry with Beatrice Clarke third.
heat have put their crop so far Heavy rains fell for about half
back that even with weeks of an hour during the programme
steady rainfall now, canes will and this caused some of the
still be far below the standard of events to be cut off. Another
the last ‘crop, victory went to Barbados when
“Some fields of canes in_the Len Hoad rode away convincing-
parish are simply hopeless. They ly from the field to win the one

are not even good fodder”, mile Class B. He rode well de-
a planter said. spite a heavy track. Tony Moore
EXPLOSION came in second and D. Thomas

iniriitehieduetee tein third in the one Mile cycle race
“Silver Stream”, a_ residence for B.1. Athlete David Inniss who

at Road View St. Peter was won his heat for the 100 yards

slightly damaged early on Sun- sprint did not place in the final.

day morning when an explosion

took place under the cellar. It is Second Day

the residence of Coleman Grif- On the second day the same

fith. No body was hurt. Investi- conditions prevailed on the track

gations are being made. but again the Barbadian cyclists

lived up to their reputation.
BRAS EE RTAPES —_ Compton Gonsalves of Trinidad
Sonte Of ‘the Toads of St. Peter

rode away with the half mile for
which are in disrepair were im- “A” Class



while John Skinner
passable when heavy showers of was third but Skinner came back
rain fell last week. Most of these to win the One Mile with Lyle
roads are in the outer districts Carmichael second and De Gan-
and the road leading to the Cole- nes third, and also snatched a
ridge and Parry School was also ¢hirg place in the Two Mile.

flooded, at certain parts making
In the Intermediate and B, Len

it difficult for school children to ‘
get to and from school. Hoad again scored another vic-
tory for the Holborn Club and

v © Barbados by winning the Three
Allocation Of Mile from H. Bates, L. Schuler



' who went to Martinique was
i ‘Ayp ed third.
Fund prov Tony Moore won the Two Mile

Council yes+ cycle race for Bi in the good time

The Legislative seven minutes end one second.

terday agreed to a Resolution to of : :
approve the allocation of tha “I think Joyce Marshall =
balance of the Stabilization Fund improved quite a lot and s :
fixed jn accordance with the am showed this on the second day 0
visions of section 10 of the T= the meeting when she won the
bados Fancy Molasses Produc- One Mile Intercolonial from
tion and Export Act, 1937. Beatrice Clarke but in the Two
Mile she moved too late and

Hon. J. Mahon asked the . b
Colonial Secretary if he could that's Pa ee oe ewe y
give any information as to when Clarke’ AD yy ov ge EO
the Government was likely to Joyce Mershall also

i ile Inter-
make a decision concerning the ond place in the Half Mile P
nea due to be collected by colonial on the second day. ae
Government under the Domestic race was won by Beatrice Clarke.
Sugar Agreement. Cane growers Commenting on the athletes,
were dissatisfied because they yr, Hoad said that the Trinidad-
had not so far received finak jan always knew that they had
payment as the factory Owners }otter athletes than those in
did not know whether they would Barbados, but they were surprised
have to pay the cess to Govern- at the ormance of O. Hill
ment or not. (Holborn Oe uae) who ran
The Colonial Secretary said in the 440 yards for men
that he did not have the in- second in 4d
formation off hand but would on the secon a Hoad said.
get it for the Honourable On the whole, Mr. bach
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Street St. Michael when she ap- tak:n idea of bifocals being AUTHORISED
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inflicting grievous bodily harm elderly people should still be The Legislative Council yes- |

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: in cculer science. Such ¢ is-
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bate a ae 4 en on be= jnt erable prejudice in our mikist
é o ‘olice to the extent that a college youth
James Slocombe is still in hos- wearing one of these modern
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PDOHODOOHDHP HHH PO OPHGHOSGS
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when he pleaded guilty before His life, or even like whales, after a $
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod, Po- couple of years, they could never At Your Jewellers $|



lice Magistrate of District a acquire the skills of body and $
of the fraudulent conversion Of mind that they now absorb from r g
£2. 1s. 8d. belonging to Egbert and contribute to the social , A De LI} fA ¢)
Maloney of Chancery Lane, heritage of the species.” Despite ¢ |

Christ Church. Huxley's statement, there are still
The offence .vas committed on many mice and whales to be
October 4. Maloney told the court found in human society.

& CO, LTD. *

20 Broad ¢

that on October 4 he sent the des When we take the psycholog.cal St. ¢
fendant to a Mr. Andrew Evelyn approach to ocular science as Whisk e
to collect £2. 1. 8. from him. distinet from the path which leads Ys 8
The defendant used to work with through the physics laboratory we Port, $ |
begin to realise that seeing is Sherry. §

nim on a truck.

jearning and that reading is an
He never saw

utterly artificial task that has to

Sy

Water, °<,
EY / 7

defendant Drinking $ |

the



until October 6 when he went to 4, learned by the individual. ] ’

his home. The defendant told him atavicr children who lack visual | \ and Cock- $ |

that he had spent the money. He ‘hygiene learn to read in a hap- ee: tail PURINA ]

notified the Police. hazard manner at the expense of Glasses j
Sgt. Alleyne prosecuted for the

coms) NLAVENA

————
COMPLETE RATION

i every other phase of seeing.
Police from information received

DISCHARGED.

The near point working tasks |
of those in pursuit of a scholastic

His Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith, career, of many engaged in in- |
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis- dustry and others following some
trict “A”, yesterday discharged clerical activity tend to condition
28-year-old labourer Arthur their vision to a circumscribed
Hinds of Martindales Road, St. area in order that they may
Michael, in the case in which he achieve in that area at a sacrifice





BRUCE WEATHERHEAD jy
| LTD.

was charged by the Police with of the clear distant vision iike Selling Agents For
robbery with violence. that demanded by a cricketer or |

Mr. F. G. Smith appeared on locomotive driver for instance. If BOOTS’ PURE
behalf of Hinds while the case for you see what we mean, then _ jt
the Police was conducted by In- becomes patent that the parasitic | { DRUG co.
spector Springer attached to Cen- tick on the cow’s back the worm |
tral Station, hardly leaving its hole (hence Offer

the term book-worm) both living |}! poorg SACCHARIN

PLACED ON BOND. in a circumscribed environment, TABLETS

Henry Jones of Tweecside Road, â„¢USt perforce develop _ some | Bots, of 1,000 us
ye ‘eke wediane ‘.4 marrow superiority in order tc! we ,

St. Michael, was yesterday placed Bots. of 100 , 1/6

perform efficiently in their closed
environment to the detriment oP BOOTS INSULIM
ever acquiring the visual per- | All Kinds

spective of a bird for example. |
Now l|ct us see what happens to | KODAK FILMS—AIll Sizes

on a bond for one month by His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod for
using indecent language on
Tweedside Road, St. Michael.

His Worship Mr, EB, A. McLeod

s ; , the high school or college student, |} KODAK MOVIE FILMS
Tomi Ln St ee of MY, first; for it is at the high school | All Sizes
be paid in one month or one level that we see so many of our |i! KODAK 8 M.M. MOVIE
month’s imprisonment. with. hard BOYS and girls cargy the optician’s CAMERAS

burden, and it is at this stage that |
the near point task of reading is |
considerably increased. The col-
lege boy finds that he cannot see
the blackboard as. clearly as he |

KODAK 8 M.M.
PROJECTOR

labour for using indecent lan-

guage.

CASE ADJOURNED A Very Large and Beautiful

Selection of











In the Court of Error yesterday, used to see it in lower schocl. To a :
Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery be more exact or statistically XMAS CARDS | a recreate
adjourned until the 28th of this minded, 25% of college boys find










month the case, Joseph Greenidge,| themselves in such a predicament;

appellant, and the Police, re-| 33% of University students: com- |

spondent. Application for ad-| @ On Page 6 } BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
journment was granted bea —_———oooooooo ‘
Mr, W. W. Reece, Q.C., Solicitor! WRolex Watches







LTD.

General, who is appearing for the |
respondent, was counsel in a)
Court of Chancery case which was
also to be heard yesterday.

Mr. E. W. Barrow, associated |
with Mr. D. E. Malone, instructed
by Messrs. Haynes & Griffith, is |
appearing for Greenidge. |

Greenidge was fined £10 to be
paid in 14 days or in default six

LOUIS L, BAYLEY
} Bolton Lane



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FOR PURE DRUGS







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WHEN your Doctor prescribes
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months’ imprisonment by His It cleans, preserves—and how it

Worship Mr, C, W. Rudder wh , ’ . nd our
found him guilty of assaultinn| polishes! Ask your retailer for Propert’s. WHEN oe van ant j 0d
writ-server Milton Sandiford | prescriptions y




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whilst in the execution of his duty |
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Their Honours of the Assistant
Court of Appeal, Mr. G. L. Taylor
and Mr, H. A. Vaughn confirmed
the Police Magistrate’s decision, |
es |
one and both days were well at- |
tended. The rain was the only |
snag but nevertheless the riding |
was very, very clean.

He hoped that in the near fu-
ture Barbados will be able to
extend more invitations to that i

Cycle Club in Trinidad, |

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PAGE SIX



$36,000 Voted For More Houses

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday concurred
in a Resolution for $36,000 to make provision for building

more Government houses,

and the removal, re-erectiOén and repair of others.

preparation of sites for them
One

thousand dollars is for the removal, re-ereciton and repai!
of houses and $5,000 for the preparation of sites.

The addendum to the Resolution -——

reads: —
The provision included in the
1952-53 Capital Estimates was

limited to the continuation of ap-
Ew works only pending the
lormulation of a programme of
Capital Expenditure for the next
five years as a result of an exam-
ination of the report on thé Fisea!
Survey of Barbados
2. The provision inéluded_un-
der items 3 and 4 of Head II o/
the 1952-53 Capital Estimates wa:
sufficient to enable the origina!
programme to be carried on for :
period of three months of thé pre-
sent financial year, while the
amount provided under item 5 was
a revote for the completion of the
1951-52 programme. This work
has now been completed.
3. Proposals for inclusion in a
gramme of Capital Expenditure
ior the next five years are stil!
ender consideration. Until a final
decision has been taken it is pro-
i to. provide the amounts
own in the Schedule to this
' Resolution in order that the hous-
tng scheme may continue.

C. & W. Act
. Amended

A Bill to amend the Cable &






Wire! (West Indies) Limited
Act, was ye vy! pass-
ed . the Legislative Counej]
The ets and Réasons to the
B —

Phe t has been ad-
vise@. by the Secretary of State
for a J Golonies that the Over-
seas aph Rates from the
United gdom to Common.

wealth and foreign (lestinations
av eee 1088. from thc
hist ber, 1952, and that
similar inereases are justified in

the Overseas Telegraph Rate
Commonwealth territories
itherto certain intra Com-

monwealth rates have been fixed
in the Sehedule to the Act. This
Bill seeks to amend the Act to
provide that the Governor-in-
Executive Committee may fix the
rates. This amendment will obvi-
ate the nécessity for a Bill to
amend the Schedule to the Act
whenever those rates are altered.



U.S. Soil Expert
May Pay Visit

HIS Excellency the Governor
yesterday informed the Legisla-
tive Council that consequent on a
recommendation made by the
Scotland District Conservation
Board that the Barbados Govern-
ment should seek the advice of a
‘ompetent and experienced soil
conservationist as to ways and
means of effecting water control
and of minimising landslip and
surface erosion in the Scotland
District, the problem was ex-
plained to the Secretary of State,
who was asked to advise whether
't was a suitable subject for an
application for assistance under
the “Point Four’ programme of
the United States Technical Co-
»peration Administration or fron:
the Food and Agriculture Organ-
isation.

2. In May it became known
that Dr. H. H. Berinett, recently
retired Head of the United States
Soil Conservation Service and
generally recognised as the world’s
greatest authority on soil con-
servation, was willing to visit both
Barbados and Trinidad to advise
on soil conservation. This inform-
ation was conveyed to the Secre-
tary of State and the hope was
expressed that it would be possi-
ble to secure Dr. Bennett's ser-
viees, This was warmly endorsed
by Professor Fred Hardy of the
Impérial College of Tropical Agri-
culture who is familiar with the
problem in the Scotland District.

3. The Secretary of State has
enquired whether this Govern-
ment would be willing to pay the
sterling costs of Dr, Bennett’s
visit. It is not possible to estimate
these costs accurately since the
duration of Dr. Bennett’s visit will
largely be a matter for him to de-
‘ide. It is thought, however, that
he would be able to obtain suffi-
cient information in one month to
submit outline proposals of what
further investigational work (if
any) is required, and to recom-
nend what action is necessary. It
is estimated that the sterling costs
of a visit by Dr. Bennett for one
month would be of the order of
$800.



The Honourable the Legis-

RATES OF EXCHANGE | +.



lative Council is invited to ap-
OCTOBER 7, 1952 7
NEW YORK prove that a reply be sent to the
73.1/10% pr. Cheques on Secretary of State to the effect
Sigh oF 71 4/10% pr ‘hat this Government is willing to
’ Demand Drafts 71 2/10% pr. eet the sterling costs of Dr. Ben-
73 1/10% pr. Cable nett’s visit.
71 6/10% pr. Currency 69 9/10% pr
: Coupons 69 2/10 pr
Om pr ie 20% pr
Cc. A
<0 Ge eaetiee oe MAIL NOTICE
Bankers 78 7/10" p
. Demand Drafts 78.557 pr Maiis for Quebec and Montreal by the
Sight Drafts 178 4/10% p M.V. Canadian Challenger w.li be c ose:
80 6/10% pr. Cable Py uo habs at_the General Post ice as under:—
â„¢ 1/10% pr. Currency 771 2/10 % pi Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at
‘ tues. ces Coupons 1 5/10% pr. 8.3 a.m. Mail at 10 a.m
30% pr. Silver 20% pr fO-DAY, 8th October, 1962



Income Tax Rates Fixed

The Legislative Council yester- other matters in connection with

day agreed to a bill to settle the | the levying of the tax.
rateg of Income Tax for 1952 and
to make provision for certain Act are: —

Of évety complete dollar of

taxable income up to $ 480 at 2% cents
Qn every complete dollar of
taxable income beyond $ 480 and up to $ at 5 cents
do do 960 do 1,920 at 10 cent
do do 1,920 do 2,680 at 15 cent
do do 2,880 do 3,840 at 22% cent
do ¢ 3,840 do 4,800 at 27% cent
do io 4,800 do 8,400 at 37% cents
do do 8,400 do 12,000 at 47% cents
do do 12, do 24,000 at 60 cents
do do 24,000 do at 75 cents

Hon, V. C. Gale said that it was| handicapped through the lack of

vety unfortunate that the rates| such knowledge.
were not published earlier, Busin- |
ess people liked to know what, Hon. Colonial Secretary said it

| was regrettable that the

were not ready before.

the rates of income tax would be
at an earlier date and many were

This powerful Morris Six Is







Lisson to the man who drives a \'
power, valve-it-head engine \)
w@h plenty more in reserve. ||:
s@iakes journeys an ubruified (1:
seating gives lounge-casy trave! |
off Gee reatfill silence of this fine

Let vi give youu istration drive

six, He'll tél) you ofa 70 horse
leashes a flood of power —
tress that torsion-bar springing
leasure } that within-wheelbase

sengers, He'll tell you, too,

mol w owes

SIN
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.

Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504

The rates of Taxation under the

rates



Pass $4,691 To citing:
Trinidad Leading

Supplement
Estimates

$4.691 to supplement the Esti- Trinidad and Barbados yesterday, At the start of the race there
mates 1952-53 under three Heads, Trinidad had scored 19% points was a very light north wind KRUSCHEN = | healthy growth, strong bones and teeth
Customs, $3,672, Public Market, “2d Barbados 16. plowing across the course ahd | =—and resistance to illness.
$259, and Income Tax and Death The Trinidad yachtsmen gave this continued throughout the brought a happy chang i
Duties, $760. a ince wen eer per- race. However all the boat atthe anfterin trots tntke ulin | Made from purest halibut oil, cleverly blended
7 di - Cus 3 ormance ven 5 were « g star ors . be a — j Beg f :
The amount for Customs is on Santie idasees sad Pete Kin, were off to a good start. complaints, this man writes to | with the juice of ripe oranges, it is rich in
account of Ex-gratia refund of |. : . r 6 The yacht T/K 48 was dis- c brough hag
who skippered yacht T/K 45 t ’ aa 8 tell us how Krusechen brought | Vi ins A and D and 80 deli taste that
Customs Duty and Package Tax. pict place yesterday at the ¥. ht qualified for striking another | about a “‘cémpleté transforma- itamins 4 an end so Celicious in
In the notes referring to this it Giyp e yes Q e Yacht boat. The fastest lap of the race eo igre prt md gave hifm back | the most finicky youngster takes
is stated: Ya was done by T/K 36 Fury which | the joy of living :+-— | oie
(1) Refund of Customs Duty skippered — Trinidadia sccone Was under the command. of Up to a month ago, I Had | it with delight.
and Package Tax amounting to Roddy Bynoe and Mr Pauj Messrs Tom Wilkinson and Dick satire Salim’ Gon manor } Incidentally, it’s fine for grown-
7 id i Ssrs : ; 3 disorder, sc . ‘ism,
$3,671.81 paid in error by Messrs Tennyson, third was yacht T/K stokes. and 1 séiebally felt off-eoloar, | ups too!
Barbados Product Limited on 200 49 under the command of Messrs As the race progressed there | 1 was constantly tifed. I tried
bags of almonds which were im- Teddy Hoad and Tony Hoad, were. some exciting tacks be-| Many remedies but without effect
ported, processed into Marzipan fourth was T/K 35 under - WK 5 until .' gave Kruschen. Salts a
and bs tly re-exported i ‘ : er tween T/K 40 and T/K 45 while! trai. In four weeks Kruschen
Mi ; Sreasite tia Product Limit- vee gag gat ar Pio T/K 47 with some steady sail-| hes brought about a complete
Messrs. Ba as cts Lit Perkins and Jackie Hoad, fifth ing was well ahead of T/K 35./ transformation. I once more feel
ed have been granted a license to was T/K 37 skippered by At the northern mark the boats | it is good to be alive.""—S.V.N. THE NICEST WAY OF TAKING HALIBUT OIL

manufacture in bond and in ac-

Trade Act, 1910-4, duty is not

At the

end

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



1 of the first Yacht
The Legislative Council yester- Race ‘in the Second Intercolonial
day concurred in a Resolution for séries of Tornado races between

Messrs George Mason and John
ordance with section 70 of the Murray, sixth T/K_ 36 skippered

by

Messrs Tom Wilkinson and

payable on articles which are en- Dick Stokes, seventh was T/K

tered into bond and subsequently
re-exported.

The amount under Public Mark-
et is for hot water supply. The
notes state —

(2) the amount of $600 which
is provided in the Estimates under
this item is paid at the rate $50
per month to the person who un-
dertakes to supply wood, provide
hot water for the butchers’ re-
quirements and clean the furnace
at the Publie Market.

On the 11th of November last
year it was necessary to remove

the water heater for repairs; the pared

into use as_a temporary measure

a considerable amount of wood
additional to the
supply to heat the water to the

required tem

38

TK 35
'/K 36
T/K 38
T/K 40 (B)
T/K 37 (T)
T/K 45 (T)
47 (T)
48 (T)

(B)
(B)
(B)

T/K

BIFOCALS

@ From Page 5
with 2%

) asic

skippered by Messrs
Bladon and Marcel

Wicks
Mins Secs Mins
78 18 32
40 19 31
39 51 32
36 10 32
36 55 32
35 09 32
35 19 32
39 25 31

John

and

8

. . when he harks
substitute heater which was put },ck to kindergarden!
2 - ; To put a pair of glasses on these
was of very much heavier ma~ | hijdren of circumstances in order
terial an@ consequently required jnat they may see the blackboard
learly again, without paying due

needs,

normal daily ;itention to their other and more
scholastic

n is only
rature. The addi- |jrcing them to (make a greater

tional expenditure incurred by the caerifice at distant seeing so that

contractor in providing the extra ;,ey may retain a comfortable
quantity of wood during this ; ear-point vision of reading. In
period was $59. ther words, the second state is

The original water heater was ,,ade far worse than the first,
restored to service on the 20th which may be likened to the

of December. Since it has been wined pet being given its freedom

repaired more wood than former-
ly is required

during last December from $14.85

citer a lifetime of confinement in
in addition the « gilded cage with all immedia”
price of fire wood was increased |

a ton to $16.45 a ton. The result cuter world and the pitiful return

is that the contractor is now out
pocket to the extent of some
$13 a month,

It is now proposed: —

(a) to reimburse the contractor
for the additional amount of
wood supplied for the period 11th
November to 19th December,
1951; and

(b) to increase the rate of the

mtract by $13 a month from the
‘Oth of December, 1951.

of

eds provided for. The cruqty ay, of Sir George and Lady Seel BOTTLE You're wasting valu-

cf its sudden release into the 4 Sacred Concert will be held at] ¥ able power—and up to
the Society Chapel, St. John, on | 10% of the fuel you buy—if your car is

to its prison in many instances. Sunday next, October 12, begin- 3 AND KEEP | equipped with dey, aoe inaik plugs.
will possibly serve to make clear ning at 4 o’clock in the evening t the wrong type of plugs as
(, our minds the intended analogy. The Sacred Concert will be held % < | aa ¥ *
‘he ultimate requirements of the jn aid of Charity and the Prine'- % HANDY aa % By igniting all the fuel in the combustion
myope are met by, eo pal of Codrington College, Father] ¥ : } ae idee ee full-fiting spark deliv-
vhich provides a release to tha (~ A. Sayer, has been kind | @fs the full power built into your engine,
outer environment ee enough to lend the Chapel for the x On Sale at si Drug Stores % | Have your dealer install a new set of
tion is made for the safe return occasion an mS | able Champi

to close concentration at the read- % . % | dependable Champion Spark Plugs today.
ing point by restoring a two phase @ENTENARIAN DIES KNIGHT'S LTD. & | tirst on LaNo, ON Sea, IN THE AIR
vision without stress or strain-— anges te 5 og | ) ;
‘ar and near. Christian Kellman, who was| 4eeseseesssosesosesosss:

It may come as a shock to some considered one of the oldest liv-

The amount for Income Tax people, but near-sightedness or

nd Death Duties concerns the ; ,yopia does not exist in the eye®,

Office equipment and Furniture. j; exists in the mind and in the

ihe note to this states; —
(3) The
General)

Order, 1952,

Civil Establishment

Clerk and one Stenogrh

‘Typist. To accommodate

dditional staff additional furni-
‘ure will be required as follows: —
1 Typist’s

2 Desks, 2 Chairs,

writer.

In Touch With Barbados
Coasfal Station

CABLE & WIRELESS (West Indies)



dvise that they can now communicate

vith the following shi throu, eir
Marbados Coast Station: oe
S.S. Cercal, s.s. Willemstad, s.s
tlea, 8.8. Cavina, s.s.
tormacgulf, s.s.

Cot-
Cape Howe, s.s
Sapho, s.s. Buccaneer,

Gay, 8.8, Hornfels, s.s, Geneve, s.s, Argen
‘ina, 8.8, Steel Rover, s.s. Esso Stoc}

olm, 8.8. Port Chalmers, s.s. Urania II,

o.8, Uso, 8.8, Atlantic Refiner



+
q
;
4
:

vhole nervous make-up
hidividual
(Amendment) No, 5 1 eeds imposed by civilisation anc
which has been cnvironment.
pproved by the Legislature pro-
vides for the staff of the Incon.e
ax Department being increased conditio!
by one Inspector, one Long Grade
her and
this

The only method of providing
for a reversal of the nearsighted
m in our scholastic book
of the bjfocal

\vorms is by means
notwithstanding.

-detractors

conditioned

of
by

the

the

“Colombie” Arrives And
Leaves Sunday

The French liner Colombie ar-
Desk, 1 Typist’s Chair, 1 Type- :ived in port on Sunday afternoon
from Trinidad, Jamaica, Curacao

and Venezuela.

At Trinidad, fifty-two passen-
gers, including the Carib Bears/ druggist
basket ball team, embarked for
Barbados, while at Curacao and



\en

eighth was T/K 48 ;under_ the
command of Messrs Roger Hart-
l@y and Alex Kennie

rounded close together but the



The kidneys are the filters or





q






WEDNESDAY,

To. keep
ttle busy bodes

OCTOBER 8,

1952

ot

fit and active...

give them HALIBORANGE
every day

Trere’s NOTHING LIke 1T for building
up reserves of vital energy, promoting













Trinidadians continued to hold; «he human body, If they become
their lead until the end. sluggish, impurities seep into the
blood stream and the seed of
The times per lap for each} half-a-dozen common ailments is
yacht were as follows:— sown
i The setentific combination of
mineral Salts in Kruschen, quickly
ee Mins Secs Place Points restores the Kidneys to normal
oo 35 13 4 5 healthy action. The other excretory
3 33 11 6 3 organs also are stimulated so that
3 = -s 3 6 whe Shectively, AN Heapurition. and
6, 4 3 ectively.
. ae a4 4 Poinenous. waste are regularly Made in England by:
- expe.icc. nen aii ‘anisb—
n mn cg 7 | becomes’ a joy again, ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, E.2
3 lified Give Kruschen a trial yourself.
38 34 38 Disquali ave ar Li & : tos | TP?
tores } }
enes 2DDBOOVESSODOODIOISGOOG, | , ;
a 7 "8 | Winner of the 1952 Grand Prix of Turin, Italy, LUIGI VILLORES! says:
- “ i. ©
Crowded WHERE PAIN Full-firing CHAMPIONS get the last ounce
weary att te seabathine|? ~~ ASSATLS of power out of every drop of fuel”
beaches in this island were invad- ode
ed by holiday-makers on Monday %
(October 6). Bathsheba was ~ SS Here, on final lap of race,
crowded throughout the day.|Â¥ = Is the famous Ferrari car

There was dancing at. the Social
Centre.
Vehicles lined both sides of the

road and the policemen on duty
were kept busy, throughout the
day.

SACRED CONCERT



Under the distinguished patron-

ing persons in Barbados is now
dead. Christian, known to many
as “Ma Pet”, was 119 years old
and lived in St. Andrew, where
she died, for over 112 years.

PAINS of PILES

Stopped in 10 Minutes

It {a no longer necessary to suffer
pains, itching and torment from Piles
since the discovery of Myte® (formerly
known as Chinaroid), Hytex starte to
work in 10 minutes and not only stops
the pain but also takes out the swell!
ing, stops bleeding and combats nerve
Ineitation thereby curbing other trou-
bles caused by Piles such as Headache,
Nervousness, Backache, Constipation,
loss of energy, debility, and irritable
disposition. Get Mytex from your
today under the positive
guarantee Hytex must stop your pile
pains and troubles or money back op
return of empty package.



Venezuela another seventeen em- 9

bar!

When the Colombie left port on



Sunday night, forty-one passen-

gers embarked for_various ports.
s. Dorion, 8.8, Rosario, 4.5. Bally Holme There were 19 for England

Dominica and iu for Mar
the
Messrs. R, M. Jones and Co.,

Agents

for

Diamond Rings

A “4 for

inique.

de are LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Opie Lid. Bolton Lane

A WIDE RANGE
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"unemployment list. possible.
: Mr. V. B. Vaughan (1) said Phe Bill was eventually given

' Jarger buses, far outweighed the

WEDNESDAY, QCTOBER 8, 1952

ouse Pass Bill To

Amend Motor Vehicles
‘And Road Traffie Act

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY at their meeting yes-
terday, passed with an amendment, a Bill to amend the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act, 1937-16.

i$ Mr. F, L. Walcott (L) who took charge of the Bill, told

the House that the Barbados Gulf Oil Company Ltd. re-

: es the use of heavy vehicles and heavy equipment for

eir work and had requested that permits be issued to

the company under section 21 (2) of the Road Traffic Act
to carry loads in excess of the limits defined in the Act.

He said that all the Bill pro-
ded for was an amendment to
ant power to the Director of
ighways and Transport to issue
ecial licences’ for the use of
s equipment by the Gulf Com-
y. He pointed out however
t although the Gulf Company





infinitely small few who would
be put out of employment. He
believed that it would be more
economical to run larger buses
and could not see how it would
put a large number of people out
of employment.

Mr, F. E. Miller (L) said that
d asked for this permission, it the amendment according to the
d not apply to them alone. Bill was for the benefit of the
He said that there was nothing Gulf Company and he failed to
pntroversial in the Bill and he see why it should not be made
d not think it was necessary to for the benefit of everyone. He
peak in detail on it. The objects also was opposeq to giving the
reasons were quite explana- Director of Highways and Trans-
but if there was any aspect port power to grant the neces-
the Bill on which honourable sary licences for the use of the
hembers wanted any informa- special equipment.
he would be only too willing Mr. F. L. Walcott (L) said that
give it to them. He therefore the Gulf Company’s equipment
ed that the Bill be read a exceeded the maximum weight
econd time. of vehicles to be used on the road
i M. E. Cox (L) seconded in the island under the Motor
motion, He pointed out that Vehicles and Road Traffic Act,
vehicles to be used by the 19837 and the Company had
f Company would be above therefore approached Govern.
@ average weight as set out in ment in connection with the

Act and in case there was matter.
damage caused by these He said that there was nothing
Vehicles, the Company was quite in the Act which set out anything
Prepared to pay the necessary specifically for the Gulf Com-
_ expenses. pany. It should be clear to hon-
> The Bill was then given its ourable members that the Gulf
- second reading. Company was asking for the
- _In Committee, Mr. E. D. Mot- amendment in order that they

tley (E) enquired whether the may be allowed to use the ne-

Bill would make provision for cessary equipment.

wanted to import With regard to the question of

larger buses for the benefit of giving the Director power to

the travelling public. grant licences he said that as far
Mr. F. L. Walcott (L) said that as the Government was concern-

it was not the purpose of the ed, he (the Director) was the

amendment. What the honour- best. person because he had to
able senior member for the City look after the repairs to the
referred to had already come up roads and was the one. to say

before the Advisory Committee whether a certain type of vehicle
of which he was a member and if would create certain damage.
a similar application were made
steps would be taken to deal with _ Mr. E. D, Mottley (E) said that
the matter, he appreciated what the last
speaker had said but wanted to
Mr. E. D. Mottley (E) said that know why that last paragraph as
there were local investors’ who set out in the objects and reasans
were quite willing to spend was not a section of the Bill. The
money to accommodate the trav- paragraph said “Every licence
elling public by way of having will be subject to restrictions and
larger buses on the routes and he conditions one of which will be
hoped that this matter would be that the licensee will be respon-

dealt with as expeditiously as sible for repairing any damage
possible. caused to a road used by the
Mr. M. E. Cox (L) said that vehicle in respect of which the Ww

Barbados had an overwhelming licence is issued.”
population with many people un- Mr. C. E. Talma (L) wanted to
employed and to allow people to know if the Bill would only
import these larger buses, it operate in so far as the Barbados
would mean that quite a number Gulf Oil Company was concern-
of local builders would be put ed.
out of employment. Mr. E. W. Barrow (L) said that
They had to view the matter like the senior member for the
seriously, The building of buses City it would perhaps be desir-
provided a certain amount of
employment and as soon as they
encouraged the importation of
larger bodies for buses many

the objects ang reasons be made
a definite clause of the Bill, and
suggested that some _ regulation

that the advantage of importing its third reading and passed by





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needs

that

members, or



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In The Legislature Yesterday
COUNCIL

When the
met yesterday the
sages were laid

1) Re-appointrr
Fr. C

14, 1952.

Legisiative

Council
following mes

1ent of the Hon
Hutson as a member of the
Legislative Council for a further

period of five years from October

(2) Concerning the visit to Bar

bados of Dr. H.

H. Bennett, re-
cently retired Head of the United

States Conservation Service.

The following documents were
(1) Statement of the sum
to the
Accountant General by the Com-
Police during
quarter ended June 30,

(2) Report on Training for the

laid:

of money paid over

missioner of

1952.

Public Services of Barbados.

The following Resolutions were

passed:—

A Resolution for $4,691 to sup-
1952—53
Customs (Ex-
Customs
Public Market
and Income
Tax and Death Duties

plement the Estimates
under three Heads,
gratia refund of

and Package Tax),
(Hot Water Supply),

ment and Furniture).

A Resolution for $36,000 to be
spent to carry on the Government

Housing Programme

A Resolution for $3,580 for ex-

(Equip-

the

Duty

Govt. Spokesmen Kefute
Newspaper Allegations





pentes in connection with the 3 @ From Page t In regard re thir A )
preparation of a new cost of liv. as medically fit for admission to tant Coloni l Sesame, Mr. D. A
ing index the permanent and pensionable Wiles, the reference in the edito:
aahlon’ af tee woleme et on establishment. He was passed a3 ial to his “recent” appoin
Stabilization Fund fixed in ac- medically fit a third time on his is misleading. He was in fa
cordance with the provisions of transfer to Barbados, as Assistant appoiriied substantively to be an
ee ete oo Colonial Secretary in 1950. Assistant Colonial Secretary on
Act, 1937. : Evidence Of Fitness Sth October 1950 after having
The i following Bills were Since his arrival in Barbados he served in aA acting capacity
A Bill to settle the Rates of has given more than ample evi- since 11 May 1950, and has there-
Income Tax for the year 1952 and depce of his fitness to carry out fore completed more than two
to make provision for certain extra duties over a_ period of and a quarter years of most use-
St aeee out months. On the Ist of November, ful service in the courts. Bearing
A Bill to amend the Cable & 1950, that is just over a mont in mind his previous 15 years
Wirless (West Indies) Limited after his arrival in Barbados, he service and his intimate know

Act, 1939 (1939—4),

A_Bill to authorise the Vestry

of St. John to raise a loan te precipitated into the task of pre- ample for him to obtain thorough
firme 0 “aan Hill St. Jono. paring the annual estimates for “rasp of the duties of his present
A Bill to amend the Distribu 1951-52 and constrained to work post. The references in the
ES con He oR tae at well beyond the usual office oditorial of the 13th September
sage from His Excellency regard. hours collecting data and stetettrs concerning Mr, Wiles are at
ing the visit of a party of British ing the necessary background. strange variance with the weli
Couneil "apresh’ that the. Bi On October 1, 1951 he reverted deserved tribute paid to him in
should visit Barbados ’ to the post of Assistant Colonial an editorial in the same news-

The Council adjourned sine die.

was appointed to act as Financial ledge of the island,
Secretary and was immediately

Secretary (Establishment). 15th December 19%

at that time

paper on
when, he

his period of
service in the Secretariat has been

having

PAGE SEVEN
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HOUSE Since then in addition to his
enly just comple led ve nths
normal duties and by no means ies oe ra Ronvee ahs ss
The House of Assembly met at amendment, a Bill to amend the the inconsiderable work involved od tl “ ae s % se
3.00 p.m. yesterday. Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic in the setting up of the Public && ated that “it is clear that his
Mr, F. L Walcott on behalf of Act, 1937, ‘ work has been of such creditablt
Mr G H Adams laid: The Civil The House passed “the Civil Bs- Service Commission, he has been standard that he , .
Establishment (General) (Amend- tablishment (General) Amend- largely instrumental in framing *“@"C*" ee eke a ees
ment) No, 8.Order, 1952. ment No. 7. Order, 1952. the comprehensive Leave Reg © mended for the substantive post.
Report on Training for the Pub- The amending Order seeks to prehensive leave Regu- The Government feels that it
lic Service of Barbados. increase the Civil Establishment lations 1952 and served as Sec- ,. ‘ 7 ,
: ; " : would be failing in its duty two
The following notices were by one Senior Clerk with a cor- retary to the so-called “Leave three officers who have given it
ag ga responding reduction in the num- Passages and Revision of Salaries ; : . a3 meta
r. F. L. Walcott for Mr. ber of Long ade Clerks, The a - wi. Sk : — devoted and distinguished service
Adams: Resolution to approve the Senior Clerk will hold the otftice Committee. This Committee as if it did not categorically den
Order entitled “The Civil Estab- of Currency Officer and I y- is stated in its report met 21 the yutat hich hé vine beer
lishment (General) (Amendment) holder at the Barbados Centre of times in just over two months ve Imputations which have been
No, 8 Order, 1952, This is to the British Caribbean Currency s J over ? ‘ " made regarding their fitness to
change the title of the Airport Board. and more than half of its meet~ Garry out any extra duties or
Manager to Controller of Civil The House passed a reply to ings were held outside the nor- ... i 1 + ' wo Pass
Aviation and Airport Manager. the Governor's Message No. 23/ responsibilities that may be im-

Mr. Cox for Dr, Cummins:

Res-

olution to make it lawful for the

Governor-in-Executive
tee to lease to the

Commit-
Vestry of St.

Andrew a parcel of land contain-

ing by admeasurement,
one rood,

six acres,
twelve perches,

situate

at Bellepiaine in the parish of St.

Andrew for the purpose of estab-
lishing a playing field,
Mr. Cox: Bill intituled an Act

to provide for the

importation

into this island free of duty fot
a period of one year, goods made

from sea Island Cotton.
Mr. F. L. Walcott
Adams:

for Mr,
A Bill intituled an Act

to make provision for the estab.
lishment of a Training Fund

These Bills were later read a
first time,
The House passed with an

Govt. Urged To Maintain
Rights Of Way To Beaches

MEMBERS of the House of As-
Mr. C. E. Talma
yesterday urged Government
to prevent the blockade of rights
beaches of
island, and to acquire sites on the
recreational
community as

led by

to the

meet the
of the
hole,

Members were speaking during
a five-mnute adjournment by Mr.
Talma to comment on replies by
the Government to questions ask-
ed by him in January regarding
‘numerous island-wide blockades
to Government Rights of Way or
access to the sea by the erection
of new buildings by private enter-
able to see that the last clause of prise.”

Government replied to the effect
not aware that the
erection of new buildings by pri-
vate enterprise had created num-
erous islandwide blockades in so
far as government rights of way
access to the sea were con-

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1952 relating to the proposed visit
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who are
carrying out a mission to certain

British Industrialists

Caribbean colonies.

The Message informs the Gov-
ernor that the House agrees with
the proposal that Barbados should
itinerary of

be included in the
the industrialists.

Mr, C,
journment of the House for
minutes to comment on
given by Government to
tions asked by him
blockades

buildings, 4
The- House adjourned
Tuesday next at 3 p.m,



cerned, There were only two
ing on private lands,

settled satisfactorily.

ermen in particular.

Leading off the discussion,

E. Talma moved the ad-
five
replies
ques-
regarding
to Government rights
of way to the various beaches of
the island by the erection of new

until

lated cases of fishermen trespass-
in order to
reach their boats, and those were

Government pointed out further
that it “intends to continue its pre-
a sent practice of acquiring Rights
of Way to the sea whenever it ap-
pears justifiable in the interest of
the public in general and of fish-

Talma drew attention to the lack
of rights of way on the beaches in

mal office hours, In the conclud-
ing paragraph of its Report the
Committee paid a special tribute

posed upon them which,
not refuted might

ious to them in

and

their

if

well be injur-
profession

to ag te Bryan, k quote. “With- as members of the Coloni; a
out whose prodigious industry Administrative Service or
and speed in _ presenting the Assistant

Colonial Secretary

relevant data the Report couid Barbados.
not have been completed within
the stipulated time.” More re-
cently he has been engaged on

re 7 public amends for
the Training Report which has tog statement publicly made.
been laid in this honourable In the House of Assembl;
chamber today, and perusal of Mr. E. D. Mottley (E) asked th:
it will indicate the large amount the
of painstaking work, much of it ben
done outside of office hours, which
has been put into the compila- ber for St.
‘tion and collation of its contents
and will testify to the thorough-

The
gret that the newspaper in que
tion has not seen fit to

efit of the House.

would
* the statement in the House.

Joseph

in
Government re-

me ike
an unwarran-

at

statement be placed in for the
He hoped
that fhe Honourable Senior mem-
place

The Deputy Speaker drew Mr
ness and clarity of thought and 4qam's abenuon that the House
ne of its author. 2. had given him leave to make

The writer of the editorial catement about the

with scant regard for accuracy, Fund.

referred to five assistant Secre- Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) said
taries. In fact _ there are three. that he did not see any connec-

iso- As he cout ‘easily have ascer- tions between the

tained from the official civil list joqe by the particular dail
or for that matter, from the newspaper on the efficiency
Advocate Year Book, public servant ind the actu



of the public servant

beaches, either in the presence of taining
Barbadians or visitors to the col-
ony, he would not be in favour of

private people acquiring property Hon. WwW.

on the beaches and setting them

aside to the exclusion o: Op=
a exclusion of the poy Dies
He felt that Government wher- The Hon, W. S. Monroe
Mr. ever possible should acquire suit- man of the Board of
able sites on the beaches of the W. S, Monroe & Co

of

; ‘ island to meet the recreational died in St. John
Christ Church, and the possibility needs of the community, and in on Monday.’ He was 80.
PB aap yan Beng on Mm ogee He on respect, he suggested Hey- W. S. Monroe, former Prime
aside as a private property, and woods and Sandy Lane beaches as Misilster of. the Dominion ‘of New
Stycast ine settee o Sidings Gosaible sites, foundland was the founder
even > > as i _ Wwe h
on this beach to the disadvantage Other members | supported: the Monroe Export Co., Newfound-

districts,

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— MOT nee aan a feet. comtalt seen with vestens. Term 3 169 dies id Ban, Ring 39 Go Ring e 41836 Gold 42892 Gold
ro eee AUTO 951 eT i car a see os cdi ences, beta SILVER 37 85 La x. Gol 2 “a ee 317 Gold Necklac 1853 2 42897 cme
i" D fect: nei 3.10 62. en pa 7 wal cer venian : 371 lL p , 3951 Gold t. 4 1 bs Necklet.
a DIE es ord Prete ° ae oe usual cor to | Mrs. THE G. Broo ; Watch 39517 dan’ i Y 195: 42902 Ring.
on Oc i AR—Fe can =e a let - aaees and wa L. UNDER wy d mS ld Ring JUL Ring Ring 42917 Gold Ring.
» Ellis on aged - cA miles es 4 Dear ee ses ies Mos House, Oct. = 48 ons | Cc Gol Ring Gold 5 ‘atch 2921 \
eav ee a ee 7,000 () Plymout sre 52-—3r came d. Seater Gues' . 9th h, in- 372 Gen 9534 old 13 Gold 2 P. W: 4 Golq Ring.
raat ip By | aR. Poa aaa ere RS Snce | Garden = haa ae yale Geld Rig ist : 3858 Gold Bangle 080 Gold Boe
n. oe wughters), |" dition A, 1938, MODEL, CAR Pilige at, nea ition at “Phursda fer, Mone Dining 2. Curl 301 old — Ring Dec. 1950. P+ Go Ring 42944 Gold Signet
s invitec Elis (daugt Dolly sane ROYAL en a - | Hin Street, pro} vp a iota on an cea ws mation sere Teak G id Si, amera a. ay Gold Ring Ring 42950 id celet.
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Dire: those whe athy with + Courtesy Iseles Fort Reval Garage of 7320 nd at ey eee te ks Vi "Pablo; 7470 old G.W. $46 Gold Ring w. 36 9 G. c Toa 3, 51.
16 a8 wows reap by the Marvedt \ Wo a tia ort Ri 4 ck: | DENS ’ of Ia tae lode posses Pletures; Cloe Mattresses; nget | 5 7 G t’s R. 4692 G. h 3658 Electri uly 1, 19
sent wi their ment Bee taath 8 ! CAR mae ew Truc frontage Seioiee 144 sq jate and: Ansoni: gle Fibre ae. a. 3747 Gen 3 Game R. Wate ‘ Ring Ring 1147-—J ll, 1.
eae warn e ae 52—tn | iting Octo : istin ply | 2) ari nd 1 tion Me Sin; and reau; hogan: . 531 ‘ 34727 Gen Z Ww. 36606. Gold ignet - M 196:
prea Florence Walk 10.52 betes 3 sa Fe ae Apply ae 802. a ea jpte ee mons Sleep Bu Mal Leg en 375 Ring 39 ld Rin: G. 1890 ld S : Ring t 903 vitro 1981,
swenns Paee loise oe .pen | Gay ne hae rine 8n | pan DS 14, eae ee Deep hae in es arden. 950 t & 347 Gold R. 4 2 Go’ Tden: dant | 4, . 51.
potion Fie | pepe 2 gond ond 52 ee ae Fee alt Tie 52-40, reat an ian Gaxsan yl acele 9708 's h 4189 Gola e Ring pen 36821 f 19.
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Cerna MORIAM ae Ck nit St meek. of aah 2947. Pri a ole items Go Ring ing 39743 Gold wW.w 4196: Gold 4475! M.2 Oct. 32 .

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Alpen ee mer oe and. oe it a eee i aa ee TROTMAN matin ft 79 G *e Ww. 3 54 Gol sen 4 Go! Ring t 5 7 M. 138—Dec 7, 1962.
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ete + oan ways tin | PONY Colv: » Pup wee ing m Fac: ee 7694 dies & 9879 2087 Id t & Wa 56 ae 1952.
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Whites reme} Cordie, atohe ee all Masti 2608 100 Ba Lic iro. a, m, UNDER ulead mists W71L L Id Iden i tl T3q7 2 Gol Ring 145 Id Rin ae MSLt—Feb 23,

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Marjo aig fe PY 5 ories | Rone rES ms “Oth Ootabe ‘Sealy, 16. Lea vill sell oe ee re 37 1 Ge Nec 34793 Gold Ni - 198 i ot ons M. ~ 9, 952.
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gestae Ti ack sad rest at leas one n from Carrington Re: De Coaier ee ee. mania eae 37818 old len. Ri 3 40 G, t nda 13 Gol Neckla Ring 6432 iseeae 9, 1952.

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fa oad ae eae Siriaas. oe pleia aa 53—6n pe geo Deane ait thousand a 153 d E. 8 42 Gold Ring pen: Camera 1. 1952. 3,

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baths, Elec ae gr ining ty o +1 : qT ublic t, , at iD & ul icant and T. x Vestry atm G. ye. eG 115 a et
offices 8286 Pop mi adjo! ODA alae ste 52- Jmee, Stee vEniurodD vi Parishioners se ono! Veaty, Ga ere i inh} ab120 Gold Signet Ring “
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3 H. Mandeville 21, Archer 18. Bile Beans ¢
A GA I N SHA e Foundation ...0.0.0000.00...00 153 | constipation, : | RERDOONOONOOONDSAODOOOON SS.
: | O tri t { In 2nd Div Evelyn 31, Mr. Jones 31, Mr.) Setreng. other SSAA
’ ul r 1 Callender 24; L. Brancker 7 for | stomach, liver and
any (TRANS Lott tha-oond or] ) a © : 1 ee ’ : '
LAST SATL RDAY caw the conclusion of the eighth - 61 | ue 'S Li peewee UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES.
series of Intermediate games. Once again honours were COLLEGE vs LODGE | your energy and a
evenly divided between batsmen and bowlers. # 'THE E(GHTH SERIES of Second Division games came Pe ! feces a ee mm | } EXTRA-MURAL DEPARTMENT ‘
In the Wanderers-Y.M.P.C. match, Wanderers suffer- to an end last Saturday. Two teams gained outright vic- Lodge .......... rr hag: Fd you youthful, _sd- i | A Class on
ed a two to one defeat at the hands ot Y.M.P.C. On the tories, Central over Wanderers at Vaucluse and College ae a not out, W. } maired by al alaty | ore Ca tear by
first day of play. Y.M-P.C. had scored 227 taking the entire gained a surprising win against Lodge at the College; College (for 8 wkts). ....... 204) qrage THE ART OF WRITING
day to do so. Last Saturday, they dismissed Wanderers while the remaining games were left drawn. Sobers 80 not out, E. Batson| T@Ke | Bs
iwice for scores of 99 and 103, thus to win by an innings. The highest score of the day Jones 31, Evelyn 31, Mr. Callen- 51 not out., § A. E. DOUGLAS-SMITH, M.A.
rrisdk oo Aerio ates - ji vthall : was recorded in the College- der 24 were the chief scorers. Letter-writing, Committee minutes and reports, the Elements
at Satelates sean ave € * Lodge match by Sobers of Col- Bowling for Y.M.P.C., L. Braneker . h better than a laxative of English style, common mistakes in Grammar and punctu-
nn ; “Pickwick were dismissed ne legé:.who. Knocked up an unde- took “seven for'Ul. Going to the Sports Window row 7 ation, Literary writing and Short stories; with two lectures on
he €4 Cline and in reply, the Resic, | 4S8 feated 80 to enable his team to wicket a second time, Y.M-P.C WRITING FOR THE PRESS
ment eculd only collect 73 with \ isitors Beat score an outright victory. Other pcored 103 with Mandeville 21, To-night the touring
Ishmae} 28 and Brathwaite 27 as ORE spores were meade by Bins - Archer 28,0. Edghi'l 13 and D.| eats Sih phar Wale om ! N TICE A
chief scorers, Going to the wicket ° and J. Armstrong, both of Wan- Edghill 13 being the chief scorers, | Bears will play their first DENTAL I 0 IAN GALE, B.A.
a second time, Pickwick knock » bay derers, who collected half-centu- Set 141 t rin. Fc atic . match against a colony Beginning Thursday, October 9th
is i nocked . o win, Foundation at the & &
up $6 for the loss of 4 wickets ries egainst Central, Batson of close of play were 70 for the loss | team at the Y.M.P.C. The at 5 p.m,
and declared iheir innings closed. College who also scored an of six wickets. Evelyn contrib- | game starts at 8 p.m. My office will be closed at the 'Y.M.C.A.
Sct 106 to win, the Regiment —_— undefeated 50 and Callender of uted 21 and Mr. Jones 17. | y DAY 13th Fee for Course $1.00
cellapsed ol a meogre 31 with Combermere who scored an un- 7" | — MON 27th Members of Extra-Mural Assoc. 84c.
two of their men absent and | defeated 44 after puttin in a CENTRAL vs. WANDERERS | an re-opengs on Rb
none of the remaining batsmen , (ge ae ay of basket- sod bowling cardaenanios by Central (for 9 decl’d) ... ........ 396 | inst. | SSS
reaching double figures. all sonn: ocally was witnessed capturing five Empire wickets Wanderers 78 and 228 (King 56 | ——---+
At Boarded Hall, Cable & by a large crowd at the Y.MIP.C. os oot of 46-runs J. Armstrong 50, M. Glarke 37 L.,
Wireless scored an eight run lead s8rounds last night when the visit- C. ing figures were Armstrong 20, Leach 20 not out; D , is a E. F. L, MORRIS. \
ver Combermere to collect points, ing Carib Bears t2am beat. the ood bowling figures were i ancing

Andrews 2 for 38). C
Combermere score 133 in their eombined Cariton-Harrison Teturned by Brancker of Y.MP.C. a

iast innings and last Saturday Collece Old Boy's ‘team 50—23 Who captured seven schoolboy

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which Seale scored 37. R. colonial tournament. Foundation, and I. Harris of Combermeré......... 140 and AIS =—“(
Brancker bagged six wickets for Empire who took six wickets for (Callender 44 not out, Scott 30; But it is also an Art ‘

the school team, while L. Weekes The visitors showed a marked 60 runs against Combermere. Harris 6 for 60. « Ut it 18 also If not saved but seeking ,}

took three for 26, By close Ofjcunremacy over the toate j This gave Harris a,match analy- Empire Biisipriers+seheisis seaplane The “STAR BUDS” Salvation, please write for

play Combermere had scored 9 their iribblin 3! cee - ME ee of 13 wickets for 109 runs. Kirton 41, -Norville 28; Callen- | |

without loss. peer. aribeing, shogting . and der 5 for 46; Mr. Sealy 2 for 15. DANCE AND_ THEATRI- Hf

Carlton batted the entire daypseneral all-round = play _— was GAMzS 7 CAL SCHOOL FREE BOOK

in their game against Spartan to imply astounding, - : ERDISTON vs LEEWARD

achieve a first innings lead. Ir In the final stages of the game, Central vs. Wanderers at 'diston 202 (and for 6 wkts.) 30 Enroll you! Classes now Which Makes

reply to Spartan’s . first innings rey so dominated play, that for Va lian i Bourne 16 not out; Gilkes 3 for forming for |Children and

score of 198, Carlton amassed °PS periods, the local players meee [ 5, Foster 3 for 7. Adults. Contact the Princi- { “GOD’S WAY OF

246 for the loss of 9 wickets when=.were seldom in possession of the , Wanderers made a good show Leeward «ivory stg lien lesale ag ee pal or Secretary

play ended, W. Greenidge 62 and Jall, and the visitors, well ahead 12 the second innings of their Gilkes 37, Manning 31; Bourne

SALVATION PLAIN”

R. Marshall 41 were the best’ in points, tied up the game in an ™&tch against Central on Satur-\5 for 19, Pinheiro 2 for 27, MISS JOYCE CLARKE

Assistant Secretary



seorers for Carlton. W, Cumber=- amazing show of “ball freezing.” 42¥ by, scoring 228 runs, Of this 8. Roberts, Gospel





































batch took 4 Carlton Wickets at Tim Burrell of the visiting team total, G. King scored 56, J. Arm- | s * PA LEGREE Book & Tract Service, 30 ‘
the cost of 35 runs., In the Carl- and Captain Hislop Sea out- Strong 51, M. I. Clarke 37 and Diamond Rings MISS PAM POL N, Central Ave., Beagor, N.I.
ton innings E. T, Smith bowled standing, while Noel Lucas and L« Armstrong and Leach 20 each. LOUIS L. BAYLEY Hastings.
twenty overs for 48 runs in an ©, Forde played well for the Despite these spirited contribu- | Bolton Lane .
effort 4 rout pe oa a Barbados team. tions, Central won the match by
men, The game ended in a draw. . an innings and 96 runs. , , ¢
WANDERERS vs. Y.M.P.C For the visitors Carlton Clarke ; MERE AGAIN
y MPC. ee _ “97 scored 22 points, Lashley and Erdiston vs. Leeward at p
shield ssh terwkses 4) Lurrell 8 points each, Pierre and Erdiston 1% The famous {
A. Seale ¢ Brancker b Burke » Bethelny 4 points each and Martin Erdiston secured points for first f
7 Robinson b E. Brancker 16 bee Stephenson 2 points each, innings lead in their match! i}
D. Davies l.b.w. 1. Burke ® Lucas scored 12 of the Combined against Leeward on Saturday. In|
* re a ae nee Pere % team’s points, Hutchinson 4 points. reply to Erdiston’s first innings | "
J. Skeete ¢ & b Butler 2 Symmonds, Davis and Forde 2 score of 202, Leeward could only : POCKET \}
4 eroverts eieceniage b Brancker § points each and Best 1 point. score 128 of which Gilkes and :
ars a - . > re =) ‘
J. Patterson ¢ Hoyos b Brancker 19 The First Colony game will be Manning scored 37 and 31 re- and ‘
I’. Patterson not out 5 played tonight at 8 o’clock, spective y. In their second innings | @ ~ a~ '
D: Leech} Burke » The Management of the Barba- however Erdiston were in trouble | ¢ IST WATCHES
Extras 10 BR: “ é
aie ; anna Association against the accurate bowling of | @
BAL sascha appeals to outside onlookers to be Gilkes and Foster who captured | ¢ Obtai |
: Si s i ed | ¢ ainable onl }
— tags and considerate dur- three wickets each at a personal | ¢ y E t
BOWLING ANALYSIS eetiea wo because of the cost of 5 and 7 respectively. In (/ v From... )
‘ ‘mee ital chinis at Dr. Bayley’s Leeward’s first innings, Bourne fQ. J i }
PR. Austin % eS 3 Ma eee captured five wickets for 19 runs. “Your Jewellers
. ous Res es @ + ae snide ulib alias Seadlig he At the close of play Erdiston were | TROPICALS .
E. Brancker 8 2 1 Clarks not out = 80 runs for the loss of six wick-
t faeces if 2 4 D Arche not out hytae 3 ets : | Y. De LIMA
> *orter . 2 7 ras Ss. . :
Vv. Butler 3 4.9 4 :
ae rte pee College vs. Lodge at & CO. LTD. SINGLE WIDTH e é
WANDERERS nd Innings 103 Pat College
; : : j ; a8 an extraordinary in a variety of nice
A Seale l.b.w. R. Austin 2 BOWLING . There was an extraordinary 20, Broad St. Phone 4644 :
2, ae ete, © Burke Be Me ae w, day’s play at the College on Sat- ; shades including :
fe eee ah Ws ig Mrs Smith 2 3 Be - urday B sage resulted in ve and Grey, Fawn, Beige, ie
eerie see ba Ree gs ecole yan i on The Village Brown, Black, Navy
| e stin b Burke we Saw Se Ss. a r-
Fe Amun Ge at i meee 8 26 3 week total of 66 for seven, Col- stings
J. Patterson ¢ Hoyos b R. Austin ut ree Aaa 4 lege lost another quick wicket
P. Patterso bE Brancker 7 . 7 ate, t
P. Patterson bE. Brancker GUMtREROneS S40 tekines which brought E. E, Batson and $99999999 9995559599999 9%,
Extras 13 a Brapckee not out 3 Sobers together in a ninth wicker!
Phiipa not, out 4 stand which took the score from » Overtcard i
extras ; verheard around a din- .
Total 408 ae _* 66 to 204 for the loss of eight |}% . g ,
__ Total . 9 Wickets. Batson scored 51 not:@ ner at one of the big hotels
BOWLING ANALYSIS 2Uy Seon as ees *. out, hitting four fours and Sobers i¢ veel th cha 10, 11, 12 & 13, Broad Street
o M w a OM. rR. tw, 80 not out, with seven fours. ;4 50° Ne eee ¥
Burke 133 ae eee 301 2 Lodge began to bat at three %
Austin is 3 § “toateeee Oi. 758 2 o’clock and at twenty to six were One Guest to another: Have sree
u Vatkins 1 eR ¥. “ oo <=
K. Branoker ee 2 ; mney 1 1 _ all out for 86. Mr. Hoyos played a | s : 3 3 : : eee”
zi ren assy ae i ‘ : sterling innings for an undefeat- x you noticed the Ad. in the %
3 oe bats REGIMENT vs. PICKWICK od 40 after opening the innings % Advhlnty staide tak hike %
eer NS. ; f.°KWICK’S Ist Inn! , Lodge were without the services ; : ¥ 4267 f
REGIMENT ist Biatnas (conv’'ay * Of one of their players who was | tion sale which D'Arcy % one or |
SPARTAN Ist Innings 198 1. Brathwaite c. Clarke b Tnniss 27 unable to bat through injury. | Scott will b nducté ¥
CARLTON Ist Innings ads; 5, Clarke Oiloeey on ° College therefore won the game % eott will be conducting x \
K. Hutchinson © Morris b Smith 39 V. Watts not out ? by an innings and 25 runs. | % at the B’dos Taxi Cab, $ EXPANDED METAL SHEETS
F ‘ Mangsit 0 wkpr. Chase is L. e aie absent > c be E * t x % 1” Mesh Galv. 4’ « 8’ }
Cc bib Any sh oe : . Brathwaite run out 0 ombermere vs. Empire a Bay Street on Friday ¥ ne &
Cc. Stanford stp. wkpr. Chase Extras 4 7 ~ 1%," Iron 4 4 8
-b Cumberbateh. ....... 09 Total "4 Combermere § ~ a ee ae , }
See tas Bad light stopped, play in. the ce .. : y 7 lax |
b Cumberbatch ; ae 5 BOWLING ANALYSIS match between Empire and Com- - ss a |
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W. Goodridge b Gittens... 8 nits 2 M go W. bermere at Combermere, The X Second guest: Yes! I have % {
Bago rine 1° 0. Lashley 7% 1s \- match resuited in a first innings ; % seen and I-understand ¥ ALUMINIUM CORRUGATED SHEETS }
G. Gill b Cumberbatch....... 6 B- Inniss 94 4 21 4 lead of two runs for Combermere, , that the Guy Truck is a x
B. Lewis ; i 2 : i 3 24 auge |
C. Proverbs b Cumberbatch 9 . 8 § 12-2 Empire having scored 138 in re- % | aon aK me 18, very strong x '
ute not*ou des rid : . niin ane le ' . ¥, a urable, and can car-
Ext pa ; 16 PICKWICK 2nd Inni ply to Combermere’s total 140, G. D RENCE Big an ; ak GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS
nee, -—— A. Trotter © (sub) b T Clarken « Kirton of Empire scored 41 and | IFFE N - RiQ ry five oe Ag tons. I think % 26 & 28 Gauge |
‘Boral : Wey gelcae b Whale fic Gare eaica ‘1 Norville 28, while good support- e : aaa" oe ea tas elt Gane ug |
Fall of wickets: 1 for 80, 2 for 86, 3 for Clarke ¢ J. Clarke b L. Brathwaite. _1 (8 innings were played by L. | with that for the coming CARRIAGE BOLTS & NUTS
98, 4 for 103, 8 for 207, 6 for 20,7 for C. White not out 4’ Bynoe 22 and Holder 17. Bowling | YOU LOOK . crop x 5” 8 %"
220, @ for 245, 9 for 245 2, Mgrs int ow ? for Combermere, Callender took | YOUR BE ; 16 |
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fen atm inttat ane 4 wickets ; five wickets for 46 runs. Callen- $ |
BOWLING ANALYSIS #0. Nar aid Mule peacued! Comal @ Third guest: I also have | CART BOLTS & NUTS i
8. saith Stal tee SPT eee eee eee. Se YOU FEEL Bed al: “a” & %e" |
mm. ‘ every a eed DN phen” ie , .|
N. Medford . $ 3. 26 — A, Ishmael c Lashley b Clarke " 8 for ps ge with the da at E % Cars. I am told that they $|
S. Parris . “esti a 40 — J. Brathwaite c Lewis b O. Lashiey « 6 for four wickets and by their YOUR BEST : give fifty-four miles to |
B. Morris .. 100 63) 32)—saL OD. Beckles run out 0 spirited efforts Combermere th ll nd would |
C. Wood ..: - 1 - 1° -R Price ¢ Kidney b O. Lashiey 0 yealized 118, with Harris taking r FRE, Be Son ye
W. Cumberbaten 7 2 85 4 Lb. Brathwaite ¢ Lewis b O. Lashley f & eo. g ' F ae really solve the problem of %| “iL:
¥ Tose. 3, 1 : - V. Biepham nw Inniss 2 6 for 60. AND x sending the children to I inson aynes 0., t ”
2— J. Cle ot ou s b THE school, .
V. Watts c & b inniss ' Foundation vs. Y.M.P.C, at PRICE YOU ees |
. 3 C y 288 D. Kirton b N. Greenidue 7 * : i a
COMBERMERE vs. CABLE & WIRELESS ae aren N. Greenidg , fi Foundation PAY Is THE x TR. 1 $ Ss
COMBERMERE’S Ist Innings tx 2 ree ee ne Y.M.P.C. gained a first innings PRICE IT’S * Fourth guest: AVE... A180 % x ; Stee $
. rates >» lead over Foundation in their | x been thinking that the %|%
CABLE & WIRELESS Ist Innings Total st match at the school grounds on WORTH x 14 : re >
Jatthews b Brancker 27 Saturday. On the first day of wine wou e £00 or &
McKenzie b Brancker... ; 16 antes > . ‘ cn daar . <
Cozier c Skeete b Brancker : BOWLING ANALYSIS play, 5 ¥ *MZP.C ' had scored 190 Christmas presents. xg
Groney b Weekes.........:. 6 ‘oO. mM. R. w. in their first innings and Founda- xs
5 H. Ste a we Beauties a R. Clarke 7 1 6 1 tion had replied with 59 for the P ¢ § MAFFEI x .
Seale e . b Weekes ’ , , : “ : ;
Watkins c, Mr. Smith b Weekes ac ae ote $ § ‘S$ @ loss of 4 wickets. Resuming last maar ee Fifth guest: Ihave always %
Bronker b Brancker eS tate 3 2 3 -— Saturday, Foundation collected & liked the Citroen cars. The
H, ng rancker 0 N. Greenidge 9 5 hic’ a ; 9 . * — " ee ‘,
Pema Mette ANne) But cy oe F 1 153 of which C. King 32 Mr. & C0 LID riding is simply delightful.
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~"1 tWIAIMiW. (K'lllHKK , IKi IIAKIIAIHIS ADMK ATI PACK TIUUC Mr. Adams Prepared To Purge Union B.W.L. WiU Not Entirely Lose His Services OL'KING his Labour Day Address at the Barbados Wuikers' Union Headquarters on Monday. Mr. G. H. Adams. President of the Union told a large crowd that Winy a Minister undu the Minihtcnal Government to bt introduced here within Ihe next half year would not take him out of the movement completely. If any persona hi thai when he resigned the presidency of the Union they could make trouble, thow persons were mistaken. He said there a Nads'had -turned, -tut contiau in the garden and. I will resign march < %  i>rugres.v Before he when I we th^-eed, out of ihe finished. h,. would tboaa) tnem %  '•' %  that it Was iim all roses in th* ['U'of I'jpUin EnrdVn Eat ti garden would have Cipriani of Trinidad who lived to weeds, but a& %  %  the weods *ec his life* work evaporate, of were r-hl t and the plants of l,r Norman Manlpy who recently healthy irowth. thev could afford %  hiparty. and Mi to Know that they were Uemein Attlee who delnvrd u-> without doing .-mythlng But when. rang before farina, ihe left win* they became threutenln*. he would nr ni* jHtrtv. he was not going to appeal to the people to pluck out lf work of hi* older -ill weed* n th,' aarrtan If thev 'A -ilited to kaap thtposition Un'v troytd through Ihe actlvltlej of had In the world at present tri\v i>eople who sought had to prevent any undesirable personal glory. weeds from growinK. Th. raaaoa Workers' Union ,ia fi'ivernmrnts had asked to go to Belgium, but ho aaktng some of them lo had not had the time. As Ions; a ilteod as arbitrators to tight the the Barbados Workers.' Union held %  use. or to sit as tribunals. The its position, so Ion* would th-v Id th.it h# u'presented the whole be asked lo help some other organI the West Indian Trade Union Isatlon to be strong. ment on the I.C.F.T.U. was "If I have, as I say regrettably. i butc to the Barbados to draw your attention to possible orkers' Union as bring the one evils, it i> because I do not wish— Ftuotl which had followed pt a go slow method That If Sam and he would warn the 'hot KM to k 1 1 'be goose th.it lnys the golden e The llarrWmi people had said in no uncerta ti terms that they were going too unless they wan assured! 'hat Trade Union aattcwUrei in| lo run thmi; thev did In the past. "Heaven knowx whether 4 deep water harbour wilt come or not, hut I repeal Hnthat there will be no deep Water harbour wtiteh will d^f'-- %  < %  ' KUN OtMi iimpMrns ' KMn f inn-d.it .T. a—mg. iui" % % %  • %  O. 'QMl'-i •• N "l %  •! %  nN.luniMg.lig*!"! Nf*a|. m, p |i ... M.id. •. CAM*, e-", -.i.. Ci't'M -•lr Lack •' %  #•<. APt'tt ><• UrOIman mil n. %  •'"• ninisf bain* On'*•"*• '"• *< %  *'•• "x •• %  mown Iha HUH <>*i CflU" Iron %  ay Ch.tr,|.| on Oimrant'* I SJI EVRI ka comp1'-i ll la "in* wttk .:cystax,-"r:: Bpasasis,*M.iiiimi -. Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Stopped in 24 Hours Some years ago it would have COM l3.3O0.lHHi to build .1 h;irbour, but the present ngurp was nearer tf 8.0*0.000. Th^y hu,i established a Provi.ien.e Fund for lToduee Porters out of money which umxperCtedly came their wai In short time ibev n^ight x(e mised w;.seldmn carried out 11. practice. Fur ;. I'm..-. %  trong it had to gi • 1 legislation. AI prtaent thev ,,, it.,, ioyed ,n practice a constitution thnt wss superior to anv m thBritish Colonial Empire. Tlv\ of tlie House ware not culled alfn-' '•sters In Trlnldnd there *aj Pv Ministers to run the t>-pnrtmenti. but there % case in .tnmalen. ihe .—( p,.i -.mi tuuld 1. .'•* tftsst wa* not so. but th* %  %  : further numorandum which we have sen I rnor settiiuj out ine I make no iKtast when 1 gay lh-t I woul.i b l the most surprised man in the whole world I he Sect not .t*ree with before bm,. 1 know %  Five-Tear Plan Thc> had .1 Five-Year Development plan which >• caana Into osserattoss. They had to look and see what money they had and what the\ could afford, und make J fair means of taxation, De blame them foi %  i*e. but he d uSm unit wnai # hnppciunK NM what eimld 1 1 happen whan Hrttlsh Ehei or when >omr other factor delayed thotfgop there. As bo the weeds in the garden. he was aot ,,pt>ealing to the afsajo ma de He knew thev would %  i"-alinK lo the rebels not ti n.in mil suicide. It was no desire %  Sjajrssjaaanament thiit caused that upp.il. hut the exjmple* of such like Capt. Qprlani was operating: in his mind. If he thought that the majority of the people In Barbados would join a handful of MDOttMH, he ife none and got I llrst maybe become i riiicf %  he felt that the people that He knew that •ere h. favour of.pro. hat the litlle lurea did not ienii*e lhat child's play la all right as long a* ihey kept it at child when they were going to hurt groWn-Upf, Ihe grown-ups would %  round their ear*. LC.T.A. Scientists Tour Colombia S.-1FNT1STS of the Imperial College of Tropical Ak'ncullurc are at present in Colombia, travelling m the forests to study wild COCO! and related species in nnier to ootam material for breeding better types of coeoa, and especially superior disease resistant trees tfongaW, luo meniOers of me Cocoa Reseurch Scheme at I College. Mi p, Hoilida' %  1 Dr. B B rtluj (plant breeder ) left bv I )oin the expedition. Thf) will fly u> Bogota. gBs) 03 ''' the part* aOma ihe Comasaria Vanpas, I ;ice of rolnniM,. The Scientists at pm*nt In < TiiMa are l>refe-K. r It K I' 11 tjarofcasor ..f Bot I W, Cope (plant breeder), and r n. J. Taylor 1 entomologist 1 h.mi left Trinidad last • %  \i^ t !.. retui %  dad in one or two months' tlm> when relieved by Mr. Ho'h.1..n., it nartley Mr. Taylor witl I* rem.i'mni; -ith thaXpadt tioo Colotnbian st-ientists arc al %  namanylnp; the expadlUoi wf -h ,> expected to last alte geth.-r about one year Mr Hold D i la tkq artll pr..i>a i>l> be relieved in three or four months' time Some wanted to have it both ssajya, keep the prestige and yet go around sticking knives in bad *. but ha would remind them that every lion In the foresl win, h 1 ii ileeptna might not plagj but only paapli Though he was 11 years oMei than Whan he wenl about tl 8 country 1i.1v and night, he WOUl I still tie read} i" go Eo the counti nd the people again. Above all thing--, they had to light to preserve the Trnde Union lfov< nwnf and thr progresthev had achieved. Vessel* Hring Hixetl Cargoes i:u v pkklad pork, chawroal, firewood and copra were the main iiemv ( .f shins' and ich<%  poes which arrived in port >wi the week-end Of the seven ve*el which arrived there were five -rhnoners and two sleamships The M'bonners afet.' Hef|. Wolfe and Frankly* D. R brought >00 ba.s ol nee from Demerara .dong witii the reflular Demai 11 A ntch .it'' In the Telephone ami 1 "inpwnles. and flrcwood. ^reenheart, mora, and charcoal Another arrival from British Qul ana was the schooner Zlta Wonil,, with "• lon> of firewood con&igued to Manning k Co. 1.315 bags of chare, il and 31 pieces of sawn mora Other schooners which arrived ssBM Murrna D with a earflo of 535 drums of colas and 1.000 feet of mahogany and May Oliee with of copra and a quantity 4 frcsh-frult und flrcwood. The Lady Rodney arrived from 1 St. Lucia with a cargo of 2ltl I tierces of pickled pork, 583 cask-. I 4 codflan, 100 bags of potatoes. and leather shoes, medicines and laoaan poultry The SS HuuU Kmught a cargo of cheese, canned md Ceylon ten. The I BAHBADOS 4B-OP. COTTOJV FA4TOBY LTD. stMdini mi. mn amtb. or Mh mm 11 1 " Mrtint jf haw sr Tnnch Unslh, r 0SM bad d hM S-UI viIj < %  *• fo K-J M teHSl 0d *•• ' *•*> ISIMUMH ,y.(rr. f r- \h IT*.! WWW m IB*M mo11 niK-wi Rsts asrtM raofHotit "x " w inst DOW %  ft MS (Ml li-l'4'.-.tt"ll SVfllWSVM nu--,". aHasvwJawr. a> atfMtj •: % %  ; New DlKevery.Sovai Tath Ait—. MM awrsisfT of in Aai f 'I %  hBirnlfiom rrtnrh IbM uid p(otiiif rm WD !•* %  > Mr B m wws %  11 mil bi-dms il I bad I (our tv-,. nlU fTviaToirMr lavUi ..,"'-.. BaM Ul UN urn. I I'M* %  ;.J own li-ri afuu ate 1 %  -„1 Hll auaranleed AmoianHM. I A trial will you of then Mi|n'riur j quality. ti •• H II BARBADOS BAKERIES LTD *sVoNaV Won Your Hot. Bessie! it MS Air-Conditioned The INN0XA Beauty Salon at... 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HTONtWAl n.TORF.R S 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAc.l FIVR Evidence Taken In Panama Estates Chancery Suit FURTHER EVIDENCE CONTINUES TODAY FURTHER ivicU-iuimm ittkta ftim4u bv Hh Chancellor. Sir Allan CoU>'nu>re in the Panama Estates Chancery Sun in which the live plantations Lavcellcs. Trent.-.. CollMon, Mount Prospect and Four Hills, in this island, are the subject of a dispute between members of two Societies of Barbadians in Panama. Four witnesses including Reginald Oscar Carrington, one of the plaintiffs in the suit, gave evidence yesterday regarding the acquisition of the plantations, and their i "bad" condition. Hearing continues to-day at 1030 am. when another witness will give evidence on behalf of the plaintiffs. Woman Charged With Murder Of Fisherman BIFOCALS M Mil I M 111 i.m. O.D. I> s, a* no strange phtnomenon th* .11%  T bifocal*, r p**r*on ho bitd -"unite or die" I lie* to th* pi in certain ti i TU'E.MY-TWO-YEAR-OLD dotMttk mrvMM Kui, Martin of Bulls Alley. St. Mu: terdaj remi ....','.•.".. „ ed until October 11) by His Worship Mr. t;. B Griffith. powdor kr cf hi*Actillfi Police Magistrate of District *'A". aft.-i she was ur v The introduction of novelty charged by the Policewith the murder of Leslie Moo..-. J^ n'^SnpoS? anihSi. %  ** rx '* niW '" "^ fl .. 1,1 I l'|.>lLh. .till t ,h il-fi. .. \<>tr Cost Of Living Index Ah. -3 Sao 1 gUlattvi Council to covei |.en*e. 111 connpctiin wllh Ut 11 of a new Coat Uvinf Index to the KenoU.a fisherman of Half Moon Fort. St. Lucy. The charge stated that the offence was committed on society. Mind* ha In the October 4. + 5"^ ** """if IH m I pleading, in which n> "marpariite suits m r^ixci „1 the CTlaU* according 1 ""• data of their acqiualtMi.. but which ace IWIUK herd as one eooNJiidated action. orliOnaJ pleadings, the plaintlffa wet.Huiih Muatyn Best et al as defendant*. After prclim•ttal argument b ot oo n Barbadian Cyclists Do OUt. Company WeI1 *fl Tdad Enrolled In Magistrate Of piri.-i ixnalthM of progressive thought Ux anded until October lu tr< recurrrnt Sjtoifjhitmrn tfnunil-up: St. Peter BARBADIAN cycllsli at the All Star* Cycle ..no. Alhmeeling 111 Trinidad Hi .1;. m>Dll.\ HARM His Worship Mi 1. Walwyn Hneeea> Police Magls' "A remanded iMterd.iBti M si Ifichaal whoa she appeared before him Charged wiU inflicting grievous bod b aai on James Slncombc on fh'liwiiiih* 1 Sgt. AI.' %  W to ,v Ira) Bait on 1proa* utlng on bc%  %  %  James SlocombtU still m HnLJ.r'.iH the proceulng and tabulalic -i.d.mmd .ha, wheT^me" gj* -5* *L. ft^ffSJ luat natural he is eonSSS?.fi -' *T\ l !" VET."2 ve become t eccentric. determination of Ing Index tv that the mtak n Idea of bifocals beam Do aged or %  I'T-nmulgatttl b> the til '. a m.;%  si John John Hood. Manager of the Hoipital suffei rig fiom the effects of Twenty lads wore oiled bom told I terday :ycl and athclttc teai; Advocate reporter jrggBUtlOd there afternoon after arriving i-k. He was ad% %  pmiaabat 3K When .111 Advaralr n lh „ from Trinidad by B.W.I.A., with him v, ade 12 members of tne Holbom team. ln a bed in Ward 3. but Mttlng up Couiu.1 on both sides. His Urd*"* St p *er's Parish Church lied that the pleadings be Sun < members of the esUUw lu be heard as one eonCnutth >"" %  alreadv gut a comteam—Ronald Andrews and FRAt Dt'LENT (ONVFRSlftN %  olldated pany. David Grant both, cyclist*—will ._. e"our of the ladk were enrolled he returning later while John 11 -if Claim i as officers. They, unlike the Skinner. Joyce Marshall, H. Sea > ex pec?the aama ^1 ^"^ XL '"i ,h V .1" i "'*' 1 ,uit olheni m borta o' miliUry se rgc and Lyle Carmichael : L V": Si" oU'Tl ?* "4 -*!!•.*!. * %  i"t. rt _tod.y. the share to which they are -\iand titu-d and in UM Mk i botn -f npiiai account ie* canes. The enrolMr. Hoad said that when the Wilt.n Chaao, a labnun-r >f Thombury Mill. Chi 1 was yeslerday placed on a bond for 12 months In the sum of 15 1 he pleaded guilty before His I .. 1 .liege youth ng cue of these modirn %  %  %  : Who 1* the loo) that fitted you trtth I .1 %  %  -. %  W'li. 1 reniiiids • .it the ii*-"i who eould not help referring to his own Image -u\ peeiiiiK |Bto d mirror for the Aral .vi.,, u ih.it eroahun whh of n lackass?" Huxle) UOdO m that "II men an i %  mite, .onfronte I aroblOfn ol adult life and .. %  %  I .1 fl A A. k.lit ~... and on [>lh CT Ully.ll M . SIBHIW ." Z? Si, !, Ilu"."'.^'"f"'";"; "' l r "'' A ; *•* "' bod ) r nl Iho income -cioum mav be Chtirrh n lnT^>i!n n ^.f ... f. rp J-T fw^piion oy m. of (hv (riuKiuie,,, convaraloil of mind Hi.it Uirv now ubtorli fnuu %  ---. and tor c omD !,„ w 2. JSSTto uflnr rIT*"' ^'1 "E" "fS'.."'' *-' ftl b*Wgto to I trl MBribUtt to lh, counfi and inquir, !" ma, I,' „ „, h c LB Mnm ~ 1 Club. On Friday momlnf.llw chrml Church lluxlcj -iM.n.cM. Ihcc ar. "ml taken ai„l mad,*; paynwol and da y a" er U 1 ^ arrlvwl in TrimThe ollence -u-i eommlHed on many niMf and whale* to be "i*, "* by ,ne ae, danu to the POLICL" BAND CONCERT *^. *"* m-embera of the team Octotier 4 Malonev told the court tnund in human aociftty pUlnUftl of what shall bo found -vidtcd the track only to llnd It that on October 4 he nt the ,!ewh,n ,,,take the psycholo.cal due to the plaintiff. In respect The Police Band under Captain Hodden. Some of the boys howfendant lo a Mr Andrew Evalyn ;,pi,rnn, h lo ocular science a. of the aaid estates: the appointC. E. Raisun is expected lo hold ever manaKed to put In a little to collect £2 1. 8. from him dUUnvl fr„m the path which lead. SSI; 1! Rcc, lv r : and that the a concert at St. Peter's Parisn practice plantations may be manaacd by Church on Sundav afternoon. It the %  ncci-iver undir UM dlnetlon will be lh. second concert (he When the mating opened on -I., V" 1 BBnd Wl 1 Klvloit a' that Saturday lh. track was still The throe suits lu respect of the church. heavy but the Barbadian cyclists ReginSrS QSnJE rLANTE8 PESSIMISTIC ££"&£& "5LT mWZ James* CuatavSreon ell u %  m^ b > hpnv y ^ how *^ ' !" *Z t J* 1 ?* 1 J* 1 ?* ^"u V" •HIT and Percy T^rge SealeS and i 1 ""** d ^' P 1 "^" St. which Joyce Marshall of U-.baThene.r Charles Clifrord Sk.nne7 ,n Pel ar '' " P*Mlmltic about <"os won wllh a .lupendous effort ^ (ho>c ^ respect of Trent.< and Lose. He* lnr y ,953 cro J>' from Brituh Guttnas Jean PerH Worship Mr. G. B Griffith. e..reer. ol mnnv and Hugh Mostvn Best. plainllfT Th9y "> that weeks of steady ry with Beatrice Clarke third. Acting Pol of Uisduett? and ether and Percy George Scales and neat have put their crop so far Heavy rains fell for about half trlcT "A", yesterday discharged %  lorlew activity tend to condlt George McDonald Harris, in ** acIc lnuI even with weeks o! an hour during the programme 28-yrar-old labourer Arthur their vision respect of Four Hills and Mount "leady rainfall now. canes will and thi caused some of tho Hhwl of Martlndales Road. St. urea in order that they m, Pritpet. still be far below the standard of events to be cut off. Another Michael, in the Catt In which he .uhievc in that an i .. i III Mr. W. W. Keece. Q.C.. Si-HnMnii 1 Mi W 0 Q Haynej solicitor EX*">ON of the tlrm of Haynes & Griffith, iiiting the Defendants third in the one Mile cycle rae "Silver Stream", a residence for B.l. Athlete David Innia* whi at Road View St. Peter was won his heat for the 100 yards aid Carrington. onv of the slightly damaged early on Sunsprint did not place In the final, plaintiffs In the Suit in nOMCt ''"V """"""a w "en an explosion tr. Collator] Plantation, the first ,ook P ,ace undet lhe ecllar. It is Serond Day to be actjuired. said that in 1941. lh e residence of Coleman GritOn the second day the same he irnved in Barbados, along n,h No body was hurt, Invest!conditions prevailed on the track with two other Barbadians in gallons ore being mada bul afa i n tn e Barbadian cyclists connection with purchasing ColBn n 1%IP .... lived up to their reputation. "' %  %  tion. ROADS "MPASSAB"Compton Gonsalves of Trinldid '" i';"i-'' S „r of ihe roads of St Peter rode away with the half mile lor ''"'"'"„'!: which are In disrepair were im"A 1 clas while John Skinner passable when heavy showers of was third but Skinner came back ain fell last week. Most of these to win the One Mile wllh Ly ml Motion. PLACED ON ltOM> Progressive Society while the defendants. Perc Scales and John R. B the Soci%  known as the Barbados ProSocleU .>f Colon. hardly leaving its hole (hence lhe I"" i>.H>k-w.l IhO high school Henry June St Michael, m on a bond fnt one month by His Worship Mr K A McLeOd for using imleeeiit language on Twoedside Road. St Michael. His Worsh p Mr E A M. !.. > i In'M Isalon llledman, of Lord's Mill St Michael. 30 roads are in the outer districts Carmichael second and De Can-f Colon On an guage ^ CAM ADJOt g\H) it ditliciili for school child get to and from school. to in the Court of I I In the intermediate and B. Leu Mr Justice J w r. ad|(Hlltie,i until the 28tli Allocation Of Fund A-pproved •1 K for $12,000 while tt. other two brotaghl .1 cheque for %  Drew I'p Agreement Toffalhir thav dm op on '. and jointly purchasul thO OOtatO known ns Colleton in the pariah ..f St. Peter. The Legislative Council ,. oilier .state' wvre bought subterdav agreed U) a Resolution to sequrntly out of the profits of approve the allocation of tha %  COOT with other balance of the Stabilization Fund improved quite a lot and she m'"^^!-!^ l Attornev llxed ln accord ance with the proshowed this on lhe second day of WMMT. P. J. Ho He said that since the p'U-ch-— oaaos ranc ,-uomssrs i-rooucone Mile inteiconni.n UMM* 'f\ im ^ r ,ikm of the estates; His Society has lon and EKpor[ Acl 1937. Beatrice Clarke but in the Two Jfi^ff* !" 1 ""jf 1 10 ' " 1 I no account of their RET „ h „ mliV ^, inn loic and p '* %  *•* %  r '" ,,, ''-"lt sia running. Hon J. Mahon asked 0)0 !" ftifffwalllbaaaSal by m 0 ,h l-"Pns.irment by His .1 '"..-ear Mennlmues Ihls eel It for the Honourable On the whol. id again scored another tory for the Holbom Club and month Wir ca t, I I • |l> QrMnklgc Barbados by winninK the Three appellant, und the Polkv, i Mile from H. Bates, i.Schuler %  paadant ApplkaUon for adwho went to Martinique was journment was grantcl u,,,^. Mr. W. W. Pcere. u ( s.li. I Tony Mooro won the Two Mile General, who Is uppearing for the e.. iycle race for Bl in the good tml respondent, was counsel in „ to of seven minute, and one second. OJorJ of Chancery caac wl„ "Mr'",!', B-Si. meeVm, U wnen S^-Tjfi ^LS^SS^ bados Fancy Molasses Producone Mile Intercolonial from • p if_1 l _!".'. or 9 rc J nW .l"' Further hen morning at Mr. Hond said, lure Barbado will bo able , verv successful ixtend rrmre ,nvil.-iii,„ t s | n n „, [ C lib In Trinidad. Cycle ARROW WHITE SHIRTS Collar attached. Sizes ISJ to 18 inch ,1 S7.02 each CONSULATE SELF COLOUR SHIRTS with Truberfused Collar attached in shades of White Blue. Grey and Tan. Prices S8.54. $8.40. $8.77 VAN HEUSAN SHIRTS—Collar attaches White—Sizes %  14 : %  lo 18 in.. $9.34 each. SANDY McDONALD WHITE SHIRTS Collar atlached Sues : 14 J to 17 ins S6.66 OTIS MEN'S RIBBED ATHLETIC VESTS— Sleeveless Sizes : 36—48 ins. $1.36 OTIS MEN'S BRIEFS Hockey Shorn) Sizes: 23—42 ins. SI .59 per pair. GENTS' LEATHER BELTS-Manulactured by Hlckok of New York In shades of Light and Dark Brown Price : $2.93. $3.77. $4.56 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co Ltd. 10 11 12 & 13 BROAD STREET. Here's THE WILSON HAT The Popular Brandin all the latest Styles and Shades AT THE VERY SPECIAL LOW PRICE OF Call in Early and Select Yours . HARRISON'S Dial 2352 lex-el that wr we no many i biird. n, and it is at this Mane thai the near point task f roan In t U 1,.11-id'i.ibh increased. Tin001i, that he cannot aao the I'l.ti-klwuird J clearly u he | it III loW • • ALSO ENGLISH FUR FELT HATS



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PACI" '.IX I1\1:II\IMIS M.\'M VII l I.MSI.W ..( U.IIIK S ISO $36,000 Voted For More Houses THE LBGIS^ATIVE COUNCIL yesterday i-unciirred in a Resolution for $36,000 to make provision for building more Government houses, preparation '>f sites for them and the removal, re-erection and repair of others. On' thousand dollars u for the removal, re-ereciton and repair of houses and $5,000 for the preparation of rtic addendum h> the Revolution — %  %  — %  %  %  Pass $4,691 To Supplement Kstimates %  %  hlimg: Trinidad Leading NM Tie provision inr)u pending th, 'mutation > f a programme of Capital %  Spandtfttn for the next five years %  %  result of *n riam :-iatlon of the report or. v.<* Fi:~ %  •urvey of Harbnde* U The pioviuofi inchs-IM till dei items 3 and 4 of Heed II i UK1953-53 Cfciiltsl Fattmsles ra sufficient to enable the origin.-* < programme to be carried on for period of three month* of the pre sent financial year, while tlv amount provirr.ii under Item 5 wk U OOt e for 'he lunipletlo" of th> 1951-52 programme. This worV. las now bee'i completed. 3 Proposal* for inclusion in %  Tottrsmme .if C.ipttal Expenditure lor the next five years are stir under consideration Until a flnr %  d"cUlDfi has been taken It Is proBused to provide the RBDOui biown In the Schedule to this isallon Resolution in order that the housm scheme mas continue U.S. Soil Expert May Pay Visit Excellency the Leglatat ncurred Resolution for At the end of the first Yad Race In the Second Intercolonial .ommi r( Tornado race* betweer. nupulement the latlTrinidad and Barbados yesterday ate* 1052-53 under three Head* Customs, M.072. Public Market LegVlathe 39. anil Income Tax and Death J (title$780. The amount (<>i tl jeeount of EX-gratla ""fund ol Customs Duty and Paoftag* T.ix In the notes referrmn to this H -•..,•%  1 lit Refund of CurtomDut> Package Tax amounting a & w. Act Amended A Bill tc amcrj tht Cable &• Wueless, (West Indies. LimitcAct. lWt— was yesterday aa*si-d by the I#*ilatWe Council T'.e Objects -ind Reasons to tl" RiU states :— The Government ha* been ml %  .. ed by the Secretary of Staf^r the Colonies thai thOvn ^ca Telegraph Rate* from Hi United Kingdom to Common wealth and foreign (larunatioii have been increased a from th< hit September. 195*. and tha' similar fnerea*e* are justified <\< the Oversea* Telegraph Rah from Commonwealth ttrritoi iv Hitherto certain Intra Commonwealth ratal have been fixer) ,i the Schedule I" the Art Thl Bill seeks to amend th* Act to provide thai the Coveinui -in Executive Committee may Ux the i*.te*. Thl* amendment will obviate the necessity foi a Bill hi amend the Schedule to the Act vhenever those rates are altered RATES OF EXCHANtiE OOTOHim 7. ISBf NSW YORK n i isP > c*h*|UM •, a-nkrt HIS >e*t*r' was a suitable subject (or an ollcatlon for assistance under *u " ve been granted a l ItM Point Four' programme of manufacture in bond and in acthfi United States Technical Coordance with section 70 of the agattoa AdministraUon or froni Trade Act. 1910-4. duty hi no*, the Food and Agriculture Organpayable on articles which are entered into bond and subsequent^ KM xported. 2. In May ll became known The .imount under Public Mark>KM Dr. II 11. flennetl, recent!. tt i* for hot water supply. The retired Head of the United Slates notes state — Soil Conservation Service snd (2) the amount of ItWO which :;cncrally recognised as the world's Ui provided in the Estimates under greatest authority on soil cont hi* item i< paid at the rate 150 en-atlon. was willing to visit both ,,<., mun th to the person who unBarbados and Trinidad to advise ,, cr t a itt5 to supply wood, provide Trinidad had scored 194 pointand Barbados 19. Th* Trinidad yachtsmen gav< i niM>d 'how and an excellent per was glvaa by Meaar Frankie Mayers and Peter Kini; who skinpcred yacht T'K 45 io 'lrst place yesterdav at the Yacht dub. Tacht T/K 47 was scrono -kippered by Tnnidadlan Mr Roddy Bynoc and Mr Paul S3.07I.S1 paid in error b) Mcr Tennyson, third was yacht T/K Barhado* PTited. processed into Marzipan r u rth was T'K and subsequently re-exported ine commard of Messrs. Messrs. Barbados Products Limit'crkins and Jackie Hoad wm T K 4H ;under the rj of Messrs Roger Hart• Alex Kennie At the start of the race there was a very light Mtl ulowing across the course am M' %  .,,r iii ihe boat* rod *tart. The yacht T K 48 was ds'inalined for striking ;moth. i boat. The fjte*' lap of ihe race wss done by T/K 38 Fury which %  raj under the command *.'. Messr* Tom Wilkinson .inri Dflefe lo.keep fit and active.. \ 're ... PtXgP SMd 'hull Tony Hoad, WCTv s,,rne exciting tacks be33 undsr tween T/K 40 and f K 45 while Ivan T K 47 with some steady sailinh m „ was well ahead of T K 35 T K 37 -kiopcred b\ At Ihe northern mark the boats Messrs Georue Mnson and John rounded close together but the Murray, sixth T K M ikipperci Trimdadians continued to hold t Messrs Tom Wilkinson and their lead until the end Hck Stokes, seventh was T/K ~ 18 skippered by Messrs John The time* per lap for eacn lladon and Marcel Wlefcs and yacht were a* follows:— Thn KRUSCHEN brought a happy change 1$ give them HALIBORANOE • vary day I'Wf' WTKINC. ITO IT for building up reserve* of vital energy, promoting healthy growth, urong bone* BDJ teeth — id resisrancc M ilium. SB" has Ki %  ehen brought Denwrid Pr -fit ISpr I'sbte < )0T pr CWteiKv %  i %  is %  %  • IW fr SO", at S'lver •* %  p> CANABA SO fi !•' pr Ch4* TT S'oi>. Ceus* %  N. pr ail*** -. Psoil conservation. This Information was conveyed to the Secrear> of State and the hope wa* I'Xpressed that it would be possih|e to secure Dr Bennett's serv lees, This was warmly endorsed Professor Fred Hardy of the imperial College of Tropical Agri%  ilture who Is familiar with Uu poblem in the Scotland District. 1 The Secretary of State hns umilred whether this Oovern%  nent would be willing to pay the iriling costs of Dr. Bennett'* < iilt. It is not possible to estimate these costs accurately since the duration of Dr. Bennett's visit will i .rE*ly be a matter for him to de,1c It i thought, however, that he would be able to obtain sumlent Information In one month to Ubmkl outline proposals of what turthet investigations! work IK iny) i required, and to recomnend whal action ineeesaary U %  • -iiing eosti of a visit by Dr Id run I month would be of DM order irf .8011 4 I'll, i rttve Council is invited to ai>provg Ui.it a reply be sept to thi Secretary of State to the effect hat this Government la willing hi meet Ihe sterling costs of Dr Ben ,ett'* visit hot water for Ihe hutchi •luirements and clean the furnace the Public Market. On the 11th of November last ..ear it was necessary to remove the wafer heaU'r for repairs; the substitute healer which was put into use as a temporary measure was of very much heavier material and eonssrqucnlly requirixl %  "considerable unounl ..ildilional to ihinormal dally •upply to heat the water to the required temperature. The addii: ma] expenditure incurred by the rontraetor In providing the extra of wood during this period was *69. The original water heater was i rstored to service on the Wtth of December. Since It ha* been lopaired more wood than formerly Is required in addition the price of fire wood wa* increase*! during Uun Docaml i i fiom $14*5 %  ton Io $16.45 u ton The result Min Mi iiPlaer Pointf K U iB1 %  Jl II S 1 s' t 1 f K 18 .fl' 4* l Si 33 r K ckt to the extent of some Honourable the Li gls $11 a month. It la now proposed: — (,ii t.. reiml.ui %  the conti.ictoi [or the additional amount of v.ood supplied for the period lltli November to IBIh December >S1; and (b) to lnereoe the rate of the •ntract by 113 a month from the tth of December. 1931 The amount for Income Ta> 'd Death Dulles concern* the 'fftce equipment snd furniture i i he note to this slates;— (31 The Civil Establishment General) (Amendment) No. 5 i rder. 1952, which has been pproved by the Legislature proides for the staff of the Incon.irax Department being increaeed iy oni' Inspector, one Long fjrade lerk snd one Stenographer and typist. To nccommodste ihi•klitlon.il staff additional furnijre will be required as follow*: — I Desks. 2 Chairs. 1 Typist's liesk, 1 Typist's Chair 1 Type.vrlter. MAIL NOTICE Mails lor Qu*>r ..r.d MontrMl b u M V cai..ulian thsiimfti •IIN( o*-< at Ihe G**wrs: Post IM % %  undw P.l Mail and K-1*W<.S Mali at %  lam Ordtnaiy Mali SI 1 S.Bt %  M*V. Sill Oiiobet 1KSS BIFOCALS A From Page 5 l B 3* wh n he harks >ack to kindergarden' To put a pair of glasses on the*. hlldten of circumstances in order nai thev may sethe blnckbosrd learly sgata, withoiii paying due Mention to their other and more iholasto n'edi, Is only %  ning i hem to knake a greater .K nflcat distant seeing so that IN g comfortsbl' r,ir-p"inl vision of reading. In Iher words, ihe *< eon.i iarie far natM th.n the tirsi. IO 111" iven Its freedom ter ;i lifetime nl coniineintni in gilded cage with all immedi;i ed* provided for. The cruelty ,,Ida %  > int th" iter worM th" 1 pttlful return Ki iriMi in many li .ill possibly lerrl to n Ddl the intended an.dog' r*he ultbnale requirement-, "f UM iiii-' li. bJtooil kll •• |.i.vole'. | i.l %  ^ %  jtei n.iionnteid while | inn is made for the sale return close concentration at ihe read•g point by restoring a iwo phase i*ion without rtres %  < strain;r and near. It may come as a shock to some eople. but near-sightedness or vopia does not exist in the eye i exists in the mind und In th -hole atreous make-up of the conditioned by the eeds Imposed by civilisation ami i ivlronment The only method of providing r .r a reversal of th.nearsighte-i I'indition in our scholastic book %  orms is by means of the hji*'" al deli actors notwithstanding Beaches Crowded NEARLY di the seabathu (teaches In tl nl by holiday*maKari on Isondaj (Oclolxr 6). Bathshet'i srsj crowded throughout the day There was dancing at the Social Centre | lined both sides of the road and the policemen on dut> were kepi busy, throughout ih. day > U Ki li CONCUT I'nder II ed pall i n of Sn <;.• irgi and I • '.IK.'II W HI bl | | nlng at 4 o'clock in thrhat Hon. Colonial Secretary said i the rates of Income tax would bl was regrettable that the istc w\ an earlier dnle and many were were not reedy before This powerful %  orris Six Is a ear with proved CARIX iviw tnst the* ith thtollowfrtf ship* ihravifti th. -.irhado* Ca*n HaUOfl — tl S Cereal. * Wlllrnutad. • %  Ci c, • %  Cavlna. % %  Capr Howe, % %  •ormargulf. • Sap ho • Hu crane*! rxwlon. SS, R*rk>. • Bnllv Hnln .. aim, • *. Port Chalmn*. %  %  Urania I Atlantic Krrln Colorable" Arrive* And Leaves Sunday The French liner Colombte %  ved In port on Sunday afternoon om Trinidad. Jamaica. Curacao ,nd Veneruela At Trinidad, Bfty-two pitser.,ers, including the Carib Be..i basket ball team, embarked lor 'larbados, while at Curacao and Venezuela another seventeen emWheii the Colombie left port on Sundav night, forty-one passcieen embarked for various por> There were 19 for England U for pomlnlca and 11 for MartlnuiuVgantS for ihe ColomMe.ilMessrs. R. M. Jones and Co.. L< PAINSoiPILES Stopptd in 10 Miutts sboul 'comyleTS ira-. %  lion" snd airickl* gavs him back ihe Joy of living : %  %  la to a month ago. I had %  itlnnslly from kMHay sciatica, rh*ujnausm. and 1 geTfefiil.fe*t ol eol^or. I ess <-i I 'riefl pianv reiierfle* out wflhont sffect gave Kruseben Salts a trUi In lour weks Rruschen :s*h' aboot a complets Iran-formation I once more real It is good to be ailTS."— B.V N. The aidneya ars tbe Biters or • n* Human body. If tbsy become sluggish. Imparities seep into the Mood stream and tbs Seed of iain eaasi sown %  %  a ral asM %  i AI-O ar BtinmlaMd •" that oinmon allm#nts la Msdc lrom purest halibui oil, ciererly bleodeJ wiih ihe juke of npe orsoges, it n nth to Viiamim A snd D sad so delicious m issie ih ^ ^ the mo thucky youngster tske* ^g. it with delight 4BP*T saaBsT* IcodentaUy, " ine lor grosi-rt\^^^ up, mo! Haliborange poi"jBons waste %  ru-n *.lme > %  aajn .,. y . .... rlll jurstll roc aaa *' %  t (roos ail fBemUSa aaa ilOTN %  J-'-'-'-''----'-',-.-,-,',',-,,-,-,-,-,-,',',; I WHERE PAIN I ASSAILS... 1 S ACROOL PREVAILS M*d. n England by: ALLIN HANBURYS LTD.. LONDON. R.2 Winter of !h 1952 Grand Prix ol Turin. Heir, LUIOI VILLOmSI my I Full-firing CHAMPIONS get the last ounce of power out of every drop of fuel <^*^ —V^~-i~>r--^ Haea. eSnol lop ol ot. %  "* '. m %  j* bBWfssBewrserartea -gj-^ "L** ^^^-e*^^ "*N* Vi4oril drova j* x BUY A BOTTLE AND KEEP HANDY %  I On Sale at all Drug Sro/ei S and KNIGHTS LTD. J You're wailing valuable powai — and ap Io 10% of Hie fuel you buy—if your cat li equipped with didy, worn ipaik plug. , the wrong type of plugs, •y .qnn.ng oB RM fuel in rhe combatrton dramb*', Championi full firing tpark delly •f Iha full power built inlo your engine, Huve your dealer inilall o new Ml of dependable Champion Spark Plugs loday FIRST ON LAND. 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PACK FOUR BAMADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBES 8 1S2 BAZOOSd& ADVOCATE r * %  I u m#. Mcliu-d.i A i ii mraovBMEyr %  : h Wetl Indian AM v. duclinii i i major Canbbeun routes will !>• Iveli | throughout the area. In laimil years the We* In I I become so accustomed to cuts in steamship services that the majority oi travellers i leconciled to the idea of as UM only reliable and speedv meth<-i of iiiiei-Lsland communication. When not lontf an. it was annoui that British Wa1 Indian Airways WCfl compelled for reasons o( economy to reduce the scope of its activities, there was much disappointment trirmiyh'-ut the region and it w-as feared that in an aflOft to recuperate losses the British West Indian Airways' service would become little more than a shuttle service for other airlines. The news that British West Indian Airways is contemplating the introduction ofl four-cnuined aeroplanes with a aMtln] capacity of 56 persons, and is mves! i the possibility of later obttJl equipped with four jet-propelled etl will banish such fears, 'it is obvious that an airways company which If foiflfl lo equip with four-engined aeroplanes is contemplating development and not contraction of its activities The greatest obstacle to the development of a national airline company i absence of a nation, but since all British Caribbean Governments recognise the advantages which have accrued lo their territories from the development of air communications, this handicap ought not to be excessively vexatious But more than passive co-opralion will. British West Indian Airways I if the islands and mainlands which it serves are to reap full advantages from the service. The future ol ar airways depends on the use which is made of th< facilities which it offers. British West Indian Airways in co-operation with British Overseas Airways can look ahead ind make plans for an air service which will bring credit on the British Caribbean, But unless the public travels in th.ir aeroplanes and unless freight services are developed the airways company cannot expand beyond a certain limit. The prosperity of British West Indian Airways must accordingly be closely connected with the tourist industry of the Caribbean. If British Caribbean GoVWDSttitl gave u, the tourist industry even one-third of the support they j;ive to the sugar industry the prospajrity of British West Indian Airways would be guaranteed. But if British West Indian Airways is to rely entirely on a local West Indian travelling public then their speed of expansion will necessarily be geared down to that of existing West Indian economy. And without the benefits of tourism that economy seems destined to contract rather than expand. It Is well that British Caribbean Governments should recognise at this stage the close connection between the tourist industry and the future of British West Indian Airways. For them to suppose that just because the management of British Wist Indian Airways and the parent Company arc looking ahead and planning an equipment programme which will give the British Caribbean improved air service, air expansion is no concern of theirs would be foolish. The story of Canadian National Steamships provides too close an object lesson of what can happen if governments expect companies to provide communications without having a wide-awake policy to protect them against losses or competition. Large aircraft, speedier aircraft and more modern aircraft can only be maintained in the area If they are regularly used by the travelling public and for freight purposes. If the major British Caribbean governments promote the tourist industry there can be no doubt that British West Indian Airways will continue to expand and to Improve its services. The government of the Bahamas and the government of Jamaica spend very large sums of money annually on promoting the tourist industry and in both these territories runways are being prepared to receive jet-propelled aircraft if and when they arrived. In Barbados on the other hand the government's policy towards tourism can still fairly be described as barely lukewarm and the advantages which would accrue to this island from a tourist industry which rece i ved government encouragement are vet to '•-' realised by the community as a whole. The announcement then that British West Indian Airways is looking ahead must not be received here with passivity, but ought to spur the local government to take action now to make Barbadians tourist-minded So that when the new Argonauts and new Vickers Viscoui I flying along Caribbean air lanes Barbados will be classified with the major tourist earning islands and will be a very strong link in the chain of BW.TA's domerit. %  ha* lutheilu net nsell? Th.B.B.C. 1 .. Director-General one advantage the B.B.C. will is ON Ol the least publicised yet uosscsa, which, at least at first, irarfUl figures in Britain. W1U be demiexl lo lU competitor, In theory the servant ol the WIU ^ y^ mooopo iy of rr |,gn.us board ol gov.ri.urs. in pracUce Md political broadcasting, both he gives tone and direction lo the ,, them ,-xlreme.v popular Items y of British broadin a balanced pmii i-ast.ng. ijuitt' apart from the vexed The B.B.C. is among the most question of sponsored broadcastpowerful voices in the world lr ,g. toe relations between the None of the commercial chains in KSTPOraUoO and the Government, the t'mfed States speaks with the nd between the corporation and same authority and purpose u,e two political parties are never N.ne of the Government-doinInea ,y. ited broadcasting systems of the So enormou* are the repercusdlctatorshipa has the si.me note of tlons of broadcasting on every independence. S |>eci of political life that the B.BC. officials are subjected to constant pressures at all levels. A Valuable Asset HEKE too the B.B.C. wants a Director-General who knows his own mind and Is willing to fight united pressure for the merest* oi the puHi. and u>a he tees them This was a sphere in which Sir William Haley wu* particularly il fighting manfully for what he conceived to be right and ready, il need be to withstand pressure from the Prime Minister im-c!f valuable asset. A. D.-G. who gives In lo It will be necessary for the now offl( ial or unofflclaI blandishment rtikrf to take both sides by the or lMlnudotlon wou i d soon find i .iff -f the neck and tell then {hfk WTporMon rlgh t in the cocksy got to work to„ of t politics. i combining ;i nd channelling correctly the potential capsIndependent Can Speak |eRssg of both and assembling and AS it is, he constantly has to anal is in*, the personal talent contend with the Ignorance and illabft, suspicion of the men in control of the party machines. 1'rw.urc of Politic* The B.B.C. is one of the few HUT more important still will means whereby an independent % % %  the relation* between uw politician can siil. speak his own i.rporaUon and the Government, mini even il it does not exactly pec tally as the proposal correspond with the official party .. establish .sponsored television line, and both parlies maintain hkeiy to lead to g pariiamenmore or less secret organisations ary dispute more or less on and pressure groups to prevent ><*this happening if possible, as well Ha ne w D.-i;. h) certain to as lo ensure that the party view kwtod lo aimost continuIs not swamped by that of the in different pollottMl llcnl quarters. Ar. interesting example of this '.<• new stations, for inis the history of the political Dparsrt'ons lefore forums. Sir William Haley only B.C. iiself is allowed lo just managed to save these from l same degree of variety the party bosses, who would have is was contained In its pre-war liked to destroy them or at least rogrammes? What action is the lender liiera harmless from their ;MC to take if the sponsored o*n point of view and there/ore ray its most promflat and uninteresting from evcryik talent and programmes? one else's. If the eorporauen should find, When the B.B.C. was at last .It believes it will, that sponable to break through the sound totovtsion lowers the stanbarrier Imposed by the complete Of public taste, is ii to make ban on all political controversy, > in -.ions In order to maintain it succeeded In organising unviewlng 'mures, or U it to scripted political discussion* oC There Are Two Mam Tasks [ AllnKYr.K the new choice be *-iU ilnd a tough assignment watting for him when he slips into h 1) -<..'s rhair at Broadcast in** [or he comes to the post [at] the very moment when the %  hoi* futura of British broad%  b ua lance. ran rirst things h' %  u, lackle is the rivalry %  v IgfcM Bad sound I ngj, which often leads tk situations. when a good show put on by one j is suddenly seen to be snapped i up and taken over by the other. different kinds, wnlch have become one of the most populai features not only of the Third and Home but also of the Light and Television programmes. No sooner however were they started than there was a chorus of disapproval from party headquarters, and even from smaller groups within the parties who considered themselves inadequately represented. It was very soon discovered that the best radio personalities were not necessarily those most favoured by the party Whips, or even those most prominent in public life. Trust The Public IT was not very long before deputations from both parties were complaining to Sir William Haley that the public were gaining erroneous views about the House of Commons and official IKilicles. For a long time he stood fast against this pressure, and at least saved the exi.--iei.ee ol the programmes, which was threatened. More recently, however, secret agreements with the Whips have considerably curtailed the freedom of the B.B.C. to choose its own broadcasting talent. My advice to the new D.-G would b? to bring all such agreements to an end and trust th public to support him in claiming full editorial responsibility free of all political pressure. The noise of switches being lurni-d off is loo gentle a sound to penetrate the Palace of Westminster. But it is death to a broadcasting network, The ultimate truth, which the new director must never be t of proclaiming, is that broadcasting ut a distinct arl, different from public speaking, different from writing in the newspapers. II Hu IK Faulu IfJUTICIANS who seek draw the analogy of the Press or the platform have failed to study the basic technique and the bas economics of their subject. We all know that the B.B.C. has Its faults. But no othe broadcasting network ha* the prestige or authority of our o Politicians and others who seek to dismantle this edifice or tamper with its integrity are bent dissipating a priceless national asset. The freedom and independence of the Preas depends upon Its private ownership, untrammelled by censorship or interference. The freedom and independence of British broadcasting depend: upon the maintenance of the power and authority of the B.B.C under a fearless Director-General supported by an unprejudiced board of. governors. —i. y s Hassan, Coming Man Of The Middle East reel " < S*8K i *S HaiMn'. f.lhfr w., a member ..(Hl in p 11. and al 35,000 ed hv n lorn] nhplk Wh.. h. UUbjd., Com , .IrUm-r want. £ S to h„ ,„ he^ I ilnlacl And at Basra have his Idler written for him .on Hnun Selman. %  Hassan himself ha, patiently -. ... -old Arab radio meehanlr. learned lo read and wrltt moSE "*!'','.; .„.'''" ra ccd "* A ^ '"'ted Ennlish as well as his .."""" . elassleal Arable The oddnen of own eyes ahone in his his English expression results r.ice at the thouht lhat from his almost exelusive ud, had nlaved his jrt. small as ,.f Enehsh selentine text book. | t was. in a Comet's flight aeross Iraq, the land where Urst they Ka*ii„ Merh.nl.. I Id "I the M.klr Carpet For "*" %  %  % %  %  %  -.!> one genFrom his village school, whose ,n M '""" •''" syllabus Is mainly Koranic, he j I -a 'or a ZlfZiXJJTZUSZi %  nuczgtn; the desert Arab school in Jara Al 18 he was -' ...1 ^"'iwy P?J"< " the selected by competitive eaamlnndiddle East there Is this clash u iion to train at Government ex, .eiwcen the mertleval and theEiense as a radio mechanic. Now $kiile,| '/jdeMnen la month Kme dinar equals £1) from the traditionalH n and iorciKM-iiainrtl" On llrst %  equalntanee he is not I eehnlehins who returned to be-a] so convivial as many of his less or spedr.lists, (progressive countrymtn; he Is He Is the man with the spanner'irying too hard to westernise "inethlnti quite novel In the 4 Himself. He has an adolescent ) Middle K.1-.1 jbrashness. He dresses in WestI v„, . crn st > 1 '''*nrs an open-necked hlD MIC manUOn ll.is-Uhfrl and slacks, and .it night he 1 te %  MvriMM.i.nl.,1,1! .„, ., r.onliow-i-oloured tie. identity Mdmiinih div'His flowtng rubes and khuilvah merti %  political tag fheashvcai i„has long discarded wiitly-changing pattern of he ;isks. can ich? w>rk in Bffendt.' He KM noj'Hi .. ir.ilhl in Europe*-: industrial, (hem ;il a I iiistotv Tradesmen there evolved 'J .ith rndusiry, Hassan as ol Tnat same realism is his besl 'Tired from the (protection against Communism. lataa JssM Communist party is outlawed poiianea though Is Ines-: 1 I'-'q. Its underground strength Mbla Jl* probably less than that in any From her oil revenues—pomelother Arab country. But some E 40.000.000 this year—Iraq uifanatlcs slink around the bazaar I tanning vast modern!sationPcofTee houses patronised by the Hut oil. the source ofCYoung Effendlx. They do not .luital wealth, provides neverthe%  make much impression on Hassan, For only 100.000 Iraqis, an ardent Nationalist. %  ivkilled Tubour. The new He Is pro-British. He knows ttemea will only work successHhat it was the British who created fully if the Young FfTendis can his country out of three neglcctmochanlcal "know-how" rd provinces of the Ottoman Em[ the trades they' are so tenaeuire at the end of World War I. tisly acquiring. It *"as British instructors who What i> he like, this Young ensured tha; the examination Ettmdl? Look at Hassan, he Is which gave him his rnance was !>plcal. At llrst. trainee tradesfata. And now it is British ln.h.iwii only from the itiuctor* who teach him his trade %  v they have been comWith surprising insight. Hassan I ig from that tough reserve of explained to me why he was atngS, the desert Arab, usurping a sheik's importance In Iraq's societj. From the Queen of Sheba's time until almost yesterday. Arab commercial life depended on slender lines of camel caravans. Th sheiks kept the desert peace guarding those threads iron marauders. In Hassan's lifetime the caravans have been replaced by lorry convoys across asphalted desert roads; airliners carry the merchant princes between cities. And now it ts Hassan who watches over taw trade routes — with a spanner instead of a rifle. Political Uncertainty Untutored, he has worked oui his political opinions for himself. He has no landmarks of political tradition to guide him. He has at trade union to back him, and no political spokesman. He feels insecure which is perhaps why he yearns for "strong" government— "strong and brape" government. Hassan called It — but that only indicates his political uncertainty. His talks with his fellow tradesmen are mainly about engineering; electronic terms fall strangely among throaty Arab cadences But unity of interests and conslant associations at work and In leisure time may bring the Young Eltendis of age politically faster lhan their own politicians appear to expect. In Arabic EfTendl means "Mister', a potentially prophetic labelling. Hassan eould become nation-wide personality — a flgur which has never before emerged in Arab history—that indefinable character referred to bv tho West as The Man In toe Street At present the chances are that he will look to Britain for his political ideas as well as his engineering training. He shares the bitterness of many Arabs regarding Britain's former Palestine policy, but he know* that his Interests coincide with those of Britain —who desires aho to see in Iraq a stable, prospering state. It is Hassan's hands, strong slim, and sinewy, that first attract attention. In Hnasan's hands lies much of Iraq's future. They look capable, swiftly-learning hands even as thev put together a radio set. Our 'Readers Say; $&sg&*S2££ts • take place except the R.C cere%  irony. Small wonder theref— the notice was nailed C*-.hedral door. I nrn/n/, connspondent would decry the notice. e that To The Editor. 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Jwuu M Tli. > R Anrhe, M, \[£Z _^ lffl 1 3n JN0K THE IVOtV HAMMfR VIMCXNT GH1FFITH Aiw-tionaer UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON TUESDAY nd WEDNESDAY. Hlh ud I51h Oclobr, 152. i ]£?£ ""?"F'V' wwlil bom %  Pawr.l,M.kr's Sale ut our Room., 17 High StrMt. when 1i?„ r. (llj S'auel H in. fullowin* ilni lc-11 in fledge with HOLDER BROS. ..t Swan ,. 'i' 1 "^ I M Ullt. ;i*H "^<1 N*DWM '1NE MSI OO.W |3olU Gold Kio. 3J072 Cold sisin Ku I Wal.-li Street, ana %  . overdue will ba told. CNI1ER THE SII.VEK HAMMER ^ %  a wjt BSE t, a *i~\.I"S"garatJrSiaL.ittLsgg' Irl. If... 37033 Gold Signet Ring 37056 Cent'. R G.W W.Uh 37000 Gold Bangle Mint DM .7093 LdlV H il W Walch 37000 Gold Ring 37111 Gold Necklet 37121 Gol.l Stone sing 37138 Gent'. R.G W W.iun 37160 Gold RIB. 37183 Ladle.' B.G.W. Wuuli "I 1 pr. Gold Bangles G. Brooth; Gem. Ring 37218 Gold Pm; Gold Ring 37284 Gent's C.W. Witch 37203 Gold Ring 37301 Gold Ring 37302 Gold Signet Ring 3730b Gold Signet Ring 37317 Gold Ring April. 1030 iwi.^?,.,?""-"r !" 7 '* *Sri*.£. Bl 'g Hi -"gB ~ov., Coolm.u.. Z ,„, ~,,„ ""J"" 37357 J73T2 37*54 37470 37*7 7 UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER in(ruction, n-calvad from tha itate of Mr. BUubelU oU". Uhe. Folly. her nouae "Speed1-Hr. Polly, .,„ — % %  <_. ? tii ? UI wh "' 1 ,n '"0*' -Couch %  id bad. nard holtom haira. Itentwoud "•"• •"Pat. &f uphotato.^1 obalia. •MM ipjw... coU 4 u l ,i on o( pn^,.. "*'• clo £ k ">* ho buioau. treadle aSST atS-B? %  "** %  % % %  Ml. :hUaTi Ukeyele. w-ah.tamli. niirror il-aaware. bedroom wan-, and, oUliI ternTwmu caah n'ABX-Y A -a. %  nAuanUoaMaar io no> IM* tlw ina.n. Ilumr I t n HOtmcIJO-BT* aeaarldc vVPtw Itorat) bom* In St. Lawrence Oap. formerly known -.1 | 'aigc Bodrooma. Llvlim llonm. Verandah. Dtnlr Boom etr All modem Convenl.neea Ir. eluding Talephnne O.. Wove FJartrx Refrigerator. Ideal for lanlr I.mll H reaol Beach Flat S4M in *. %  | IIFRACOMUF oN-sr.A M-av.-ll Otaaal l-rellenl >ea Batiiie J II (u-nlah.! flldgr. telephone an J bitha. P-.Tlm.r .id aWnlng ofBrea. F'. %  nulaUed I I MM ."• II 0 %  •mi' l AT MISCEIJ.ANEOITS LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE iTHAVtlT* WH BFMIrt> Tt.inpplloallon of Clvde Fiirrell % %  ( tJqiair LtoaoaiNo BM of lOIJ Brai i.-l to Marie Maaalah In reapr*! of a board and .hl,i,l. ahop -llh Kd m Fdgorltff. M. John, lo remove aald Ucenae to a board and ahmgle buildlnc at Bharbourne. Bt John, nnd t. at -urh I Dated l ,i... %  erf., j p. BPOONEH. To A W HABPtlt Polwe M-ai-t--U mat T %  Il Thlt aopltcnUon will hr eol tillered at a He an at nd CtMBTl I" tnn Frklav llih OrMbet t\? a m at Pollca Court*. Dial. "C." A n.\i:rn. PVilM'e Mam-lrle The Housewife's Alphabet \M TRAVAlij whrn yuu have NATVRAL <1AS FOR niiiMM, i^K==s=5==s=^s===iai-s==^^==i^%  H a, CO. n.H i.f.11 tl'llAYfNO BtJUIPMINT r^.l,.r ii-t-d for applying weed kill.ra, In1.11. i.l.-a and fungi.id-. C-iurfcMy -.rage Dial Wl. 3 10 9B-4ka ri(ACTOIU| F*Ri3iraioN AND MAS -IV HAJIRIS, ..iwil.l,]. wlfj, wh.,1. IHe.u-.atlo or ateeli halMraCatS. full n -k and many other atfaMbiaiiiU Yo If enajui,!,, ,o||cllcd r<.urtea (lartaT. Dial •*!• ll^lt! VEAHWOOI) Ai '!' I'.VI. l'.aJ ,! ITOYCE 1' A. a ajolr JANETTA DfuBBS SIIOF •OB eondlUona awply lo t Co. POin.TRY 1 10 w in POULTRY While laxhnrn. w*|. Old 11 %  ". no.' Hatched from the lnrrvmia AMIhUAN KAUUFtll aM >-i e 'r ,li nnJVr-MFO TO YOtr November M Ned Id .1,... ..nwitrda Hatching egga lOKM or I'AY UM A VIBIT nannrll eat Gregg Farm. St Andrew. S. 10 •*-*. MISCELLANEOUS AN Tiq.bg of every drrptlon. %  '" %  OilO*. old JewaU, fine Silver v.nlercolo.ira Early buoka. Map.. Aulographa .* %  a i G-arrliu|ra Antique .Iru.p .ul).imlnii Royal Yocni Club SB 91 I f.n .if v....ti ctH .. fu.i ih.i a 10 u -in. GALVANIZE SHEETS Corru.ri.ted galmire ahevia. II fl 34 gauge at HM per ahert caab Applv J K C Orannum Dnnilnlca Markrluig rtHOl. TrafolB i" IBM a 10 SJ-ln srnscitBBE IH>W lo tha Sally T.l.ir*.h. EiuHand-a leading Dally Newipaper BOW. """" '" Harbadoa by Air only a few liny* after publication In London Cin|ar| Gale c'o Advocate Co., Ltd local Hepieaanlaiive Tel Bl IB IT 4 M-l In The underalajned will i.ffor for aalr by ..bile compoUIMn at ibalr Office No. if. Ugh Street, on Friday 10th Oetularr 10B, 11 2 p m Ihe dw.lllnghouar known n. HAKIIAIlEEBaUndlng on 2 Acre*. IS '.Tf* 1 "' l nd %  '*" %  l Ba.baieea fir .ealden-e In.pection on application lo the caraliike. on Ihe prenuaea For further particular, and candilit.1.. of BBIO apply u> COTTLE. CATTORD Bt CO. M 9 Mt Hi HIlJItNUUBY COTTAGE SltuattMJ %  nvoinbury HUI. Chrlit Church, .part Wall and VYoodi contalninai three beati.mtna .with running water i alOaad galtavy. Urawaruj room, Dining roont. Kitchenette. Tollrt aod Hath (unaung -atcr Uuroughoul, at-oding on appeaa 1'. acre* land Apply any day lexeepl s ,i.,ia. to owner Mi. II Bt C Hurtou, I hoe. been inear.icL, a Ltd Iu aeil b> pul ioo Tt.i Cab Co H^ I ky B'-J Stra 1 Agen. 1 "' V" idbj _— !" "W ...lliiwlng; %  li 1— Guy aaeaar truck witn a aae/.f >itaio garb very good tur Ute> _.im._ vrp 1I1 Ciirnetj oor. .li Km-.-i apa, %  li new Llnvd'i onna. ifli |>tl ut ..HIIOB • %  • the-. .21 eaaao S>.rdea>ua w.—. ' l gruaa u.,iti,.. y., iaS niij Mt. h, m Tyroe. and 1SO1 IBV -400 Mtcbellr. U'bi • i' t< raokrd panic can in.pael ahe BBOVO any day aacept. So inlay on upplwotio* to the B*doa Taj.1 Cob Co D'AJBTY A SCOTT. AucHoneor i'i;iiM\\i The piiblle a e hrrebs A.inied agj ivi.g r.edil U, w. f.MAHJOMir iLLEYNK .', H WtaTKEH' aa I do l ild myaelf rearponaiblo for bar or anyone lao contracting any debt or debt* in n name ..rlcaa bv *ritle, o-dei Igned b me %  VAN VLLTYNi. cruaol Ooe>. %t Mlchaii %  10 M tn tiold Hinaj Gold Sisnct Ring Ladies' R.G-W Watch Gent'g B.G.W Watch Cold FtitiB Gent's rfG.W. Watch May ISM 37629 Gold Bracelet a. Hkng 37634 Gold Ring 37663 Gold Iden Rine, 37669 Gold RUu 37679 Gold Ring 37694 Gold Necklet & Crow 37751 Indies R.C.W. Which 37752 Gold Ring 37767 Gold Ring 37771 Laddtia' C.W. Watch 3777S Gold Idea. Ring 37802 GoM Won. Ring 37811 Gents c W. Watch 37818 Gold Necklet Penduo Gold Ring 37863 Gold Iden. Ring .WH;I Gold Ring 37890 Gold Stone Ring Jitne ItaM 37972 37973 3B'.53 MM j :.too 38117 38128 Gold Ring Gold Pin Gold Signet Ring Gold Sixnet Ring 2 Gold Rings 1.1.1.1 si.!,Kin K 1' uniT PI Hl.lt Vllllliv mix NOTICIE TWB I""PVII. MtlTVAL IIPI • %  < v*Ncai nociin ^^ I.OIT Fill l< V TMOMAB AJtTRUR ITIWAPJ} TIHBITN, —do iwma deoo.iuon iht JM" THE 1IOWEII 1 '.I :l.liIl. .... -j|| .landing on T.444 and comprMns public room*, two venlel llCill. bungalow-1^. %  The Unu.'i,, r feel of Ian). verandah., l-o ima. uaual con IT.B1 1 Ilia and iiiiilimed garden. Rlectricr ana Uovarnmoail walor Uuealled In-peaUon by anpoUitiMnl with Mr ST tla.r Hunt. Dial JOB* Tlie property will ba Mt up for aale bv publar competition at our onV*. Jainoa Slraal. Brldgolown, on Friday, Hill. October. Ipsj, ai 1 p.m. YEARWOOD A BOYCl not uuide application lo the — 1 granl du^iirale of tho Mine. NOmCE la hereby given that iy objection 1. railed within one 1 the date hereof the duplicate lie.I for will be iMued By t K BJDBBM. IMBWaJUB] NOTICE %  M.i 11 OF *T JC1 APPLICATIONS fo "WAN HTHER Bailer > yean old. wotarlln* B'I ft BJttp II.'. i TO-DAYS HtWS HAS BROWNS NAI TICAL ALMANAC 1933 i FXJUNTAIN PEN BACKB ft>R ALL PENS We anUM QCIal SUnc in Barbados e>l wild thtTOOIB for titling sacks and nih-s tu Fountabi Pens. JOHNSONS STATIONERY • %  %  BWATS" aiMKi.gr NEW 'inn T CMIBCB1 .iibatanttally built atone n-tlrjence ataivg. on le.BM aq fl of land ; %  unwed by hedgea. With a view of tu. Bock ley OoU CourM The home eon tain* on one floor, BitI %  -is k md Dining room*, .' %  Iirga bedroi.ma lined with baatne and running water, and lot. ut llican with hulll-m eupboard^. a llirg. -.ll.fHtaHt.h.i,. and aepeialv lialb and toilet There ia • b.Ill in Linen cup boa,, I H the paaaageway. and all Ihe room, aiiltli.i with i-.tia power point*, and IM ... wi ..i. filled with hood, and aBue> On the ground floor there n a lai--' orllar %  fl high wllh cement floor a..,I ample room for aUragc. laundry etc There la a pn|a and aetvanfa room i BL and earvapi'a baOh and n lha ground Boor of the houaa idei maiitHnied will nffar the prenUM for aale by public auotton al in. .• otBce. No IT. High Slreet Biidgctov.it. on Friday the 10th day of October. IfrU, at J p m Inapiclion to be arrangetl h. Itphuning •Iti For further parUciiUi 11I ojidillona ol fan COTTLX, •emigned not later :nh day of ixtober. ApphcanU IIIUH I>I firlahtonera and in treat by the unu Saturday. t.>„, KINO, pht Vaotry. 4 10 --4JI NOTICE He Eatale of MILLICKNT HAWKINS July L9U i8lI Gold R'.-tg 38198 Gold Bangh 38201 Gold Ncckiu.L' 1 2 Gold Rings I 3820S Ladits' R.G.W. Watch 38219 Gold Ring 38266 Gold Signet Ring 38310 Gold Signei Ring 38341 Gold Ring ami. Sewing Machine :>8401 Gold Signet Rmg ^8466 Fluorescent Lump Vug 1M :*3236 4 Gold Rings; 2 G. Coin Earrings. Gold Necklae-* and CTOBK. 332S1 Gold King 33273 Gold Necklace .13326 Gold Signet Ring 33330 Gent'i. R.G.W. Watch 33340 Gold Ring 33343 Gold Ring 33394 38550 38614 38621 und Cha_. Gold King Guld Ring Gold lt;ng Quid Ring NOTICE 19 HERcnY OIVKN Ihat all "raona having: any debt or claim agn-11 .1 Hawaan. who died 1 lh day of Mar.1 1U..B.1 |M.U.UM1 e apply fa. i. CATFORD Ai CO BIMV in thla latand iffaB era, bcraby requlrael to tend porllcularm of Bdr ciatnw. duly aitoebxl. lo UM i.ndrra,gned Erne.l Stanley Roln(lualllVed exocutora of the raUte of the ileoeaaed a| UM ofBce of Meeer. Cottle. 1 tf J-.I A 00., IT, High Street llt.Jfc-ow. on or ba. b. 1MB day of November uMJ after which date the Mid Edward Stanley Roblnaon and Cyril iriinilthe aaaeta ol the BaSBBBBl uraaf Ihe paillea entitled Uvercto having retard oaiy lo aueh alolma aa ti.. %  -. afull then have had ootloo of and they nin 11.1I be liabia for tho aaoaU or any oart Thereof ao dUtrlbuled lo any |*-r.. ra of -hoac drbt or *.lalni they atie.il nol the And all perauna Indebted lo Uia a*! '• %  ale are reouevied to act tic their Ji d.bUdne.a lUiOut d. I... Dated irua lith day ol Septembe.. If9 riiNKMr BTAMaBV HOULNBUN fVMal. UtMTHANll SLSNRTT OtieilSad Exrcuinra ul the WU| i MIUJCEKT HAW KINS, .lec-eaaed a iu aa an in a aS-4 GOVER NMENT N OTICE Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Ajntndtnunl) Order. 1952, Ni>. 94 which will be published in the Official Gazette of Monday 6th October, 1932. 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling pure of "Cement* s aa follows: — PROFESSIONAL BWLOISH MASSAt.E Fin bellrr I.. Ille. nnd lenanal of pain. Nature You cannot go wrong with gvi.ti iia.UI. .giving Meeaage Dial .-*.. to ppoinlnvenl lu dlacuaa your healii iintblatna, -iUioul charge Dr J t Har-etl. M S F HaU'a Oap lopptalti Hotel Boyali. HASTtNr.t Sept. 1950 33413 Gold Ring 33415 Gold Ring 33421 Gold King 33429 Gold&tone Ring 33433 Gold Stone Ring 2 G Links; 2 G. Earrings! 33476 Gold Ring 33524 Camera 33548 Gold Necklace 33551 Gold Ring 33587 Gold Ring 33591 Gold Ring oa-e? G fl"Bq Pdant 33637 G. Signet King 33658 G. Necklace St Pendant 33680 Ladias' C.W. Walch .13684 Gold Bracelet; G. Ring ; 2 Gold Earrings 33*65 4 Gold Studs; 2 G. Links, * o Goia R,n ; G Urooch j 3368b Gold Necklace & Pendant 33690 Gem King; Gold Earring* 33694 Gold Stone Ring lJH G ^ d N U* & Pendant 33718 2 Gold Ring. 33722 Gents' c.WT WMch ) Gold Ring 33741 Gold Ring 33748 Gents C.W Watch 33755 Ladlefl' R.G.W. Walclt 33760 LxUe' R.G.W. Wslvh 38795 Gold Ring 38803 Ladies' Silver Bracelet i Gold Ring i 38807 Gold Signet King 3H827 Gold Ring Nov. 19M. 14 162 Gokl King 34!79 Gold Netklac. at.d i^n-ISSS. Go?d V&J .unit t;*'*-'. /-... -T!"* ,as c^ nsr — ism szssr*37 Gent'. c7w. WleB d.nt3.222 Gold Ring 3423S Gold Signet Ring 3.280 Gold Ring 3.330 Gold Ring 3.337 Ladle.' C W Walch 3.313 Gold Ring 34317 Gold Signet Ring 3M27 Gent's C7 W witch 3.479 Gold Necklet 39412 Gold Neeklei 19444 Gold Ring 39492 L.idies' C W Walch 39503 Gold Ring 39309 Gold Necklace 39312 Gold Ring J ££ ""HJ"* 39317 Gold Necklace and Pen-IIJJ gffct Earrings dant. 'IJ! 9W Signet Rin, !" >^fid n iag 38271 Gold nnz >*al Gold wSch rn.„ i mm Gold RiAT^ "" 11J89 2 S. Bangle: C. Bmod. 113,3 ag. R. G w slop .1801 Gold Tie Slide .1619 Camera 11825 Gold Ring US S! d 3 ' n ">• .1887 Gold Ring naai Gold Rini ;i884 Coin R in4 I18K1 Gold Iden. Rlnii 2S ->^.9 38881 3H89I i : .284 .21153 42874 .2888 12899 42708 12719 12731 .273. 12787 dant 3953. Gold Rlnj 39576 Gold Ring Dec. 1958. ——— ...KUW Ring 4 753 Gold Iden: Rmg 11838 Gold Ring '.18S3 JGold Ring, w tch. 34509 Camera 34533 Gold Ring 34534 Gold Necklace 34535 Gent's C. 34351 Gold Ring 14574 Gold Ring 34813 Gold Necklae 34848 Gold Ring 84871 Gold Iden. Ring 34892 Gold Ring 34727 Gold Ring 34739 Gent's R G W Watch 39708 Gold Ring 39743 Gent's R.G W Watch 39785 Gold Ring 39834 Gramophone 39849 Gent's R.G. W Watch 39850 Gold Ring 39854 Gold Rlnc 39879 Gold Iden Ring Jan. 1951. 34758 2 Gold Earrings 34782 2 Gold Bangles 34775 Gold Ring 34793 Gold Ring 34804 Gold Necklet 34840 G. Nugget Necklace a pendant 34870 Guitar ????, 2 ""'"> "d pendant 34925 Gold Signet Rlna 34951 Gold Bangle 34*84 Gold Ring 348*2 Gold Necklet: Gold Bang! ... angic man* f,. l ( .. r w Wr.tr! J8008 KPM.a KutMr DisD: alJWm Gold Rlgnel Ring JULY 1*51 38113 Gold Ring 38838 Gold Iden: Ring 18357 Era G P. Watch 18380 Gold Bangle 38S81 Gold Ring 38402 Gold Ring 38411 Gold Stone Rmc IJMI G takMtoS. 38514 Gold Signet Ring •fi. 2" ld OSS" in i.2i S od !* % %  • "> %  1835? Gold Ring 78M1 G Necklet t. Cross %  18808 Electric Tn.Be, 11890 Gold Ring 11892 Gold Signet Ring 11983 Gold Iden Ring 11978 Gold Stone Ring ir!£ ?"!1 £ Mkl ' %  ""* % %  .1985 Gold Ring fSS S old S '*" K ' 1207. Gold Ring 12087 Gold Ring 12089 Gold Ring !!!!! P >?<*l<-t nsnd.ni 122. U'f" G w "" 42145 Gold Ring .2146 Gold Ring .tut. itei 38813 Gold Ring 388.8 a. Necklace a pendant; lold Signet Ring IB898 aenls 0 W Watch Sepannber. 18*1 (t'narlaaed) 38838 Guld Necklet 36855 Ladies. S. G. W. IMdi 1 Gold aaanglaa 2 Gold Ring. Gem's C. W. Watch u Noeklat. G. Bracelet 2 G. Barrn.gs, 2 O, IfaU. I sdsW a G. W. Watch Set EJ..N.S. Cake rbrk.". 6 IMS Tuiaiiiin 18973 Gold Slon. King Gold Rin. Gold Signet Ring 1-uHoa'H G. WT Walch Gent's R. G W. Watch Gold Necklace AE peodan: G. Necklet and Peodant G Signet Ring Caasaa Gold Rin. Camera. Chiming Clock. Camera. 42778 Gold Ring. 4*7*2 Gold Necklet and Pendanl 427*7 Colo Necklet and Pnv*aiM 42819 Gold Bangle. 42886 Gent's R. O. W. Watch. 42*88 G. Necklace and Cractflx. 42887 Gold Bangle. 12870 2 Gold Earrings; 6 Teaspoons 42881 dents C. W Watch Gold Iden RmaT. 42*87 Camera 428*2 Gold Stone Ring .28*7 Gold Ring .2802 Qold Signet Ring 42917 Gold Necklet 42921 Gold JUn. 42927 Gold Ring. 42989 Gold Ring. 12944 Gold Rmg. 12980 Gold Ring. 42861 Gold Signet Ring. 42958 Gold Bracelet 42985 Gold Signet Ring. 12988 Man's Gold Watch Chain 42979 Gent's C. W. watch. 42982 Gold Braceta .7983 Gold Ring. SPECIAL CONTRACT. RtCTCLES. no Teaspoon*. 35042 Gold Ring 33115 Gold Ring 33138 (1 Bangle; G Iden Ring 22S.! t jdiea c w Walch 39*73 Gold Ring 40021 Gold Ring 40038 Gold I den Ring 40048 Gold Sigpel Ring 40078 Gold Ring 40078 Gold Ring 40086 Gold Ring 40115 Gold Necklace; 2 Silver Bangles 40169 Gold Signet Ring 40196 3 Gold Rings Peae-ary. 1*61. 35178 G. Necklace and pendant 33233 Gold Ring %  * % %  %  3522. ladies' R.G W. Wataft. 35281 Ladles' R G W Watch 33289 Gold Ring >.uui oing aaasai Hold Ring Gent's R.G. Pocket Walch 33301 Gent's C W W.leh .ml rh.ln lr..iu. e.u i. 35306 Gold Ring 33323 Cricket Bat 33336 Gents R.G. Pocket Watch and Chain ^^ G Necklace and pendant 15402 Gold Signet Ring 35408 Gold Necklet 40272 Gold Ring 40273 2 Gold Bangles 40334 Gold Idea. Ring 38728 Gold Iden Ring 38731 Gold Walch Chain 10751 Gold Ring 42171 Gold Iden. Ring 42173 Gold Bangle 12233 Gold Ring 42267 r. Necklet & pendant 12273 2 G. Bahv Bangle. 12278 G Ring; G. Brooch 12289 Gold Ring I232K Gold Ring 12348 Gold Brooch ,1234* Gold Ring I28B9 Gold Iden Ring 12420 GoM Signet Rtng 12452 Gold Ring 4247. G. Brooch; C Ring 12*77 Gold Ring 12918 Gold Ring 428*1 Gold Ring 12548 %  Necklet Crow %  12585 Gent's C. W Watch 17.580 Gold Ring 12614 3 Gold Rings SEPTEMBER. 1*51 36796 Gold Signet Ring 38797 G Necklet A pendant 38831 Gold Ring 40333 Gold Ring Necklace; G. Nugget Make Christmas This Year a WELL FURNISHED AFFAIR VANITIEB and apace-MVlngj DreMltig Table* with Hporkllat via"-'. Pi.' i o so ire Slngie ..r Triple. Ldtjbter or Bevelled Wardrobe.Brdele.de H 48000 M.5811—FW. 1. ISA, 48344 M 9387—Feb 23. 198z M.4534—Feb 27, 1888, M 2008— March 8, 1932 X 1282-AprlI 9. l9St O 1830April 28. 1958, M 10453-^June 9. 1951 M.!>268-June 10. 1952 %  973--J^irte 13. 1992 M 8B76— -J\ tn ,> 17, 1082 X.2316—June 20, 198J M 8908-—June 30, 1952 Cmsra wnth Tripod—Oct 27, 1951. 48235 Camera—Fob 14, iflaa 45483 Sewing MachuiB—DBtT" 3, Sewing Machine—Dee. 10, Sewing Machine Jan. 12, 1062, Sewing Machuse—Feb. 7, 1862. 7 Electric Sewing Machine —Feb 9. 1952. Suigtr Sewing MactUDB May 3, 1953. Electric Sewing Machiae May 5. 1052. Sewing %  ajjigM MBJ 16, Radio.—March 29. 1862. 44370 46432 52841 53011' 33508 47343 53568 53605 47482 33780 44973 43641 45851 44104 J:3039 33078 *3183 18855 BRANKER. TROTMAN 8 CO. Auctioneers. SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. ySSM %  **>* naorr m s sr r ,H l ,,b <<-t*H-r. I* \l S liaSTIA. iw, iMobtr 1BV1 Si (OTrirA. Sl.l Ortadp,, 1B M s NBBTOB. 1*U. ^,^,,.^4*,, tan S ""TSPX*"• Xov^tBor. tBta „. SAIMNS, TO iiaohi ?.S. JSPSySES ** "*"— %  >-.. tags sAU.mo TO TRTXIWAIi PAJtABsABlSMl AUD -SS-TUII OUIANA .. s HONA IIUE aoij, October. UXU 1 STHNTO-. IBM Chrtotao £m. '• S eOtncA. ITU. -Mn fi,. leaa S NBBTOft. jsth T| lug..; tag* -MMM. TO rniNiii Mi I. S OKA. ISUl %  i>n*,. im MUM. rn rusiUMi UtSlIlrllMI MB Msmait-LV i:m, ortjiv... issi V S HBJSTIA. BNO Movamhar, IBB. .1 s BOKKOOP, ml. DouornAer 1S*.< s. r. BtUSBOM. SOB tco in % ho *aW MOrtgKA' arlU -ocept Cargo and Paaaeageea far '%  """in. Antigua. HontaMOaa. Kavla and St Kltta, aitd Paaaaaigon only for St, LucU, SallIng Friday 3rd October. 1SSB. Tho w v cARjiwEarwill .."-pi Cargo and Paaa.ea.aa ta, Domlnu-a. Antigua. Wfran—WM. Noel, and SI Kltta. aad F>—as •era only for Bl LiaMo, BBBBBS Saturday lltb O a tatw. 1BSB. Fi-w 1 -I'WU.MI OSmatBaT ABgOtTlATlON UNO > O ooal go i.. T.I. v. taal Canadian Natinnal Steamships Sail. HaiU H.iilreal ll.llfa. a Sep X. Sap T Oct 1* Oct. u Oct BOcl ss Oet 1 Nov BJBV 1-a.uadlan Cralaar M Jahn reaiirai — II Oct 31 Oct — S Nov ft Nov II No* is Nov 1 Dec a Dae • Dae. t Dec. M Dor St ran Far fortfeei B SS BB SSRS S. aoly t*. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Ag-mU. HARRISON LJJNE ill fVT41I) IHtlg THE UNITtU KiNODOH SS. "PHILOSOPHER S S HISTORIAN" S S. 'BURMOUNT" %  'NOVELIST 1 M/brougn and London OSBSBSBW and Liverpool. London. Lverpool 17th Sept 15th Ori 24th Sept. *th Oci 3rd Oct. 17th Oet. 10th Oct. 22nd Oct. HOlBTEWARt> FOR THE tJNlTBD KINGDOM PLANTER" "STRATEGIST' London. Liverpool For further Information, apply to DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Afcnt



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run TEN BARBADOS XliVOCATK W'EDVFSDAY. OCTOBER *. 152 8th Series Of Intermediate Games Concluded BA i s m :\ Aim BOWLERS Central,College Win ~~ AGAIN SHARE HONOURS Z. . 0 e v Outright InZndDiv. LAST SAU'RHAY raw the concliaMo of the eighth crici ol Into OBC unam honours were %  divided heiwren batsmen and bowler*. in the WafdTTt-YAtP.C match. Wanderers sufferQIM defeat at the handg ol Y.M.PC On the ly of play. Y MFC hnd sored 227 takinp the entire lil missed Wanderers ;i~s >if 9L' .Hid 10"*. thus to win by an innings th Y.M.P.I \Foundation Y.M.PC IM ..> l II. M.ndcville 21. Archer 18 I ,.,i.,.uii<.n IftS Evelyn 31. Mr. Jone* 31. Mr. r.llerOer ti 1. l.i.uiekei 7 for Be Youthful, fit & full of vigour SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR i;\L\.\\ist:u MOT WWUS. CENTRAL EMPORIUM Corner Brui A Tsutar Streets : : ut right In their firnt %  Tor 82 runs and in i< ply. the Hemllect 73 with S t the wicket a second ttii" I'.ckvvnk knocked 4 wit-kru . ... r. %  S 106 to v.-in. trie Hcgimcnt cfdltujmd fir n maogr* 31 with Iw ui '.hPir i.. none ol the rtmuirui.. double figure* At Boarded Hall, Cable & ,-Umll: Visitors Beal Combines 50-23 "(Hi: i: UHTH SERBS ol Sacond Dm. %  !.•( I m SalunUy. Two teams gained outright victories. Central over Wanderers at Vaucluse and Collage gained a surprising win against I.odgc at the College; while the remaining games weie left diawn. The highe.t .,„„ %  ..r ilio da; Junes II, Evelyn II, Ml gfM recorded la the Collet?de, 24 were thi l-odtfc match bj OoiHowling for Y.M.P.C. L Hianck. T icge who knocked up an undctook seven tor 111 doing to to.feated 80 to enable h„ ten la wlc ket a aecond lima, Y.M.P.C outright victor] tllh.r ,,...cd 103 with Mandcvill* II good scores were made by Kim! Archer 18. O. Ediihi I II ud I. aM J. Armstrong, both ol WanEdghill 13 being Iha chief scorers. I derers. who collected nalf-eeMUSet Ml to win. Foundation at the ( rlea against Central. Batson ..f clr.se of play were 70 for the loss (..liege who also scored an of six wickets P.v.lw contrlb* undefeated 50 and Callender of „lel 2\ and Mr Ji Combermere who scored I ol I .1.1 Ladle M and • Mr Hoyo* 40 not out. W. Batson 4 for 15 ('.•llige ifae • wkla). teg 80 not out. E. Batson .ut. ,n their mutch against (OMBIKMllt. OAMBS The greatest dlsplav of ,...,, %  44 after putting inn ball ,.*,. locally was mined*"" 1 !" ll " performance hy by %  large crowd at the Y.M.PC. capturing five Empire wirkc I >Vir.lcsa scored BO eight run lead Mounds last night when UN visit<" T !" M !" !" ""£*„,, __ .vcrComotcnvte. to colteet point., ing Carlb Bear, l;am beat the Y ywling "euros 'cn..ore 133 in their o,„!,, i.e.I Canton-Harrison "'urned by Br ancke, of Y %IPX ,t. and la-t Saturday Collets Old Boy's team M--23 wno captured seven Wireless scored 141 ..! ,,, ] gaga. „r their inter* Saali Korad 37. B ,.,,„, non. and i 'ibagged six wlckels for Empire who took six i "ool team, while I. Week.' -r.. v .,i. or< ,h.i.pd a m,rtl "" runs against Comlierme. 0 UmM*imZ£^Kt*l^^£'to* % %  • Harrlf. match an.l f I .hoSJ '.md'" -I -3 wicket, fo, IM batted the entir. • ( dominated i>lay. thaf for „ %  core .( it*R. Cariton amaaaadl• ieriu. the local playcra „, „ %  ..„,„ 246 for tmloatt of 0 wicketi when"' %  Ion of UM Wanderers made a good how led W. Greenldge 2 and >nd t It A ell ahead ,n the second innings of ttir-i k Mantinll 41 were the beat In points, tied up the game In an m,,lch **nm\ Central onSatuirc r. r h for Cariton, W. Cumberami .f ball freering" ll v h V coring 228 runs. Of this ; ..k 4 Cariton wickets at Tim Burrcll of the visiting team """'• G K,n ar rC(1 5 6 J ;. Arm : the eott of 35 runs. In the Carland Captain l|i*loi> were outa,ronR 5I> M l Clarke 3< and ion inninj?!. E T. Smith bowled standing, while Noel Lucas and u Armstrong and l>ach 20 each twenty OITM for 48 run* in an t\ Fonde nlavci well for the Dwplte these )i Association iiguinst the aeeurata bowling t appeals to outside onlookers to be Gllket. and Foster who MptUred more quiet and considerate durthree wtckntl aaak %  .. pereonnl mg the games because of the cost of B and 7 n-i < %  -ivel.. hi nearby cllms at Dr. Bay lev's L-ewnrd*s flrst Innngs, Bourn* ( LKNTRAL vs. HANDUIUlOntral ifor *l derl'd I 3M l %  TP and 228 (Kiiiit M J. Armstrong 3t). M Clarke 37 L. Armstrong 2<>. Leach 20 not out; H. Andr.'*s 2 for 38 wen by an innings. I MI'IHI (nmbfrm-r* 140 and 118 r (Callender 44 not out. Scott 30, %  Hnrrni fi for on. t i-1nil-.||a Kirton 11. Norville 28; Callender 5 for 46; Mr. ScBly 2 for 15 FRDISTON n LEEWARD i •d.-tun :nt %  juti tor i. wktaj ::<> Bourne 16 not out: Gilkts 3 for r >. Foster 3 for 7. I.-ward I2B dikes 37. Manning 31; B< 5 for 13. Pinheiro 2 for 27. The game ended in a draw. I l-nltai RMXMI A Sa.l.• lll-ttiH-Kri l> Btilite Ti % %  n %  >(. i i: i %  '.''• %  %  b I p U toll M,-. : n.,rhr tl Toppn It.* K Brnt.i 1 H*-,ig. Clili Bwllvi i-1In i H A J av..i l> R A' M rio..Tb. A.,, / Marth u H A,.. J earnIPaitttiN." I. O. M • 3 1 1 Hospital. < i-rkf not out D Sal-eta ..oi mi r-ittH BOWIJNO ANALYSIS i t. K ALI.IO, l 5K.: AHAXVan I I. I.. • ...I • s*i..iickr* 1 ... < ARI.ION M *r*aTAN \Br*N %  ( |nala>a r. C Wot_ -l|. vk|*i CVtaavr •I.-U-I, 0 Q Hartfirvc l> Uatilm. 1 . U.tlrvrwa lp •a.klit ClMkaaF B CUmtMlSWIrh dudsr b am !" II MtChttlMI Ml out, I feifMii run out.. 1 O GUI l> (->ifhi-lu.lcb ii.ibi.lch EoKM 1 Total ...... 9H Tall of wickttI 111 W. I lor M. 3 I M. 4 for IM, lor 1. I fi S II ISO. • for MS. v ."i MS %  OWIINO ANALYSIS N Waofi ( %  M "• i. 'd I:I Mr. Smilh N AIICVM H Braiwhfr (OMIIIBMI n, it out l'ii." H.i.lMI SI .ii KHIl KWIf K I l.i Inn f niOIMSNI Ol Inalaia -rrn % %  ClarlM h Inni* I K.rton iUwli h | K,d...y b hmiu Wain n..t aw %  Pixru abawnl %  Va.h*a.lr nm itwi BSrt-i. Total nowuNM ANAI vtnn e (lark* • -' 1 .. i. ,, it: U Innuai M I ti bnrti u a I'M kWKK '.• % %  ) %  : % %  ,| A Tf-.il,. c i.nh. b J Ctatkr Innm c imtahi I. K i Kiiifirv c ttkpt b t It, it Clark* r J Clarke I. 1. II.AII-U ,,I, C, Whit* not mil O Mumitol out r.lrn. ToUl 1st 4 *kr-i. srolMl.sr :> torn b wt>t-kM Mr ft b Wrrtri Br-nk*r b Bot.ikar H A Kto| b Btanckn N OnwrtltJ** captured five wickets for 19 runs At the close of play Erdlston were 30 runs for the lo* of six wicketa. College vs. Lodge at College There was an extraordinary day's play at the College on Saturday which resulted In a wtn for College by an innings and 15 runs. Resuming at their overweek total of 66 for Mvcn, College lost another quick wicket which brought K E, B.itson and Sobers together in ,t ninth wu ket stand which look the score from 66 to 204 'or the |. %  : CIKIH wtetVaWta. Bat-on KOrtd 51 not out. hitting four fours and Sobe'i 80 not out. with seven fouis. l-txiKe began to hat at throe o'< In. h gad at twenty to six were .dl Mil for 8(1 Ml HOJ 01 ; iv i (lerling innings for an undefea'<orilag I fWrtn an win played by L. M 22 and Holder 17 Bowl for Combermere. Callender I live wiekel. fa 1er and Seott raacund Comberinan brora Itoubla whao UM> rame together with the M"ie ,f B for four wickets and b>their %  spirited aJrOTtl Combermere 1 realized 118. with Hi fl for 60. l-ound.lion Vfl, Y.M.r.C. at Foundation v M i'( gnlnod %  lira! tnnlngi 1 lead ovei VouBssltlon in their match at the school *prouiMr< o i Saturday. On the first dav -if play. V.M.I'.C. had scored 100 in their SlM innings and Founda. lion had replied with 59 for the j loss of 4 Wtekota. Hesuming last Saturday, Foundation i nllecle' 153 of which C King 32 Mr. IT Bowli', : ^ took S uis. Catttm%; riieyll Do Ii Even rime — By [iinmy I brio •" V_TO A


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WHAT'S ON TODAY %  %  Pwg .1. i %  PoafcN ItM i Sand* !'---.! I... I FM UM MUM U*t lCka aut Oalnit UM wrooci that n*#d n For U future In thJII** And tiw Good thai 1 can da. ESTABLISHED 1895 WEDNKSD/Y OCTOHKR I PRICE : FIVE CENTS YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT.mi M i Govt. Spokesmen Refute Newspaper Allegations Leg Off* I'liiisi OlU.\M/l> •MINm HKX islaturesPrOVeL National Grew* Mm I Memorial For Go To Polls 'tcers 9 FilneSS KingGeorgeVI In Novemlxrt B, .i.i i } ,:.Ml } bmtl it itr| WITHIN tWO hoiUI "( each other, two identical pronouncement?, were made in ihe two Houses of the Legislature by Hon. K N. Turner, Colonial Secretary In the Legislative Cot sfx. Q H. AdfeftM, L w dei <-i the Government Party in the BOUM ol Assembly, refuting on behalf of the Guveinment certain imputations which were made "in the editorial of the daily newspaper on the 13th of September concerning the Aaartitant Colonial Secretaries in the Secretariat and was invalided from that territory after fourteen >ean' aer11 W*l however passed a.' medically lit for service on a . .11 IJaiD.idos by the consultant phjilclBP to UM Colonial Office In 1946 and 'd nine months Ittpulatacl period The refutation was D %  the Report on Training for the Public San rbados was laid in both Houses of the Legislature yeaterdj categorically the imputations which have ban mads regarding the fitness n( i ".'iiagain having s ed, to*carry out any extra antics lunger than lb LONDON. Oct. 7. ATHB A Fund for erecting, u new. Kin* Paul of Greece today monument for the late King Prime Minister Nichi George VI gathered momentum rai to MSpsn today with donations pourint in ing Parliament and subi ill parts of Britain. A Status nexl Friday. of the Kins is to be erected and; permantOt scheme set op lo Nlt la *' in, s and "Vputy Piebcncii! both young and old. m, r !*H>hocies \eniiclos had Hilled on the King to recci'e nu A spokesman for the Fund said decision on the rieiaimi fo t %  today no subscription centre* general flection. The Prim* MinId be set up in Commonwealth |ici ind the PtpUt) Preouar gauntries bttl oversea* donations leaden of the Liberal party which addressed to the Lord Mayor of formed a coalition in Scpicmbci l,on %  propartloBal i spstwa ot anefl III a broadcast bv Prime Ministei provides for 300 seats in the Asresponsibilities that may M of his agreement before his return imposed upon them, and which if to dutj on .. fresh sgreament at not refuted might well be injurithe b egi nn i n g ol 1051. ous to them In thai) During nil Bret lour "f service us members of the Colonial Adtho secretariat was under inistraiive Berrlo taol "length '"' -* rnonthi and duColonial Secretaries in Barbsdo ring these periods a very heavy The ital "'"en of work was shared boHouses was as follows:— tween the Acting Colonial SecroThe laying this afternoon ol tar> and himself. It was during the report on training fui the ,this period or under strength that Public Service of llarbado, ithe acted as labour Con fords the Oovn op•''• m addition to nil substantive portunity of refuting the Lmpuduties ftx R period of four monthi tution which ft %  colonial Secretary editorial ..f tho daily n.-wspapor for a period -f three week*. In on the 13th Beptei addition to nil hubatanttve duties, ing the Assistant Colonial Seen during DM abaehce ol Mr. cmptarie* In ihe Secretariat ben al Montegn Ray. He his The writer of the editorial flat%  '•o In addition to his other ed plainly, and nrlthoul any dot* bonalbie for eomenauneatkw arbataoever, th.it two P''"> such doVnmen ta as "the ot the Assistant Colonial SecreOrganlaition of Hurricane Retaries, I quote "arc in i ceipt ol '''" three annuaJ reports of the pensions for physical diaablUI "" raporl on the rrand they cannot fa inlaitlon of the Works DeolaatU i ai paraon on whom Uu oartmenl In i960 and sfhenevei responsibility of carrying out the |H''"' hits bean sudden cause for duties of two posts should be •* u ? duttea ai short noti placed. The third who %  'hem out wilh brarian until recently cannot ->c anwleney. expected to have a complete As the Financial Secretary will grasp of administrative affairs in [from DOW on be engaged witn tho short-pasaod uarinn which lw [ the annual eHunalaa 1W3-* ;\t has hold office. Normally the I :Intended thai during Use period holders of such an office A i^.ecn the departure of His Exant Colonial. Secret.u v in Hai ha... Uency the Governor and the Winston Churchill. Among them wai .. letb fram E. Ueha.ii, a Persian, studying in Britain, containing n and saying: "I only hope that this verj HH .11 lembly and preelude* .irmd farces from tnklnf part in pollIn~. ifflcial cfsflnanlqHi from the Prime Ministers Palace today said Hi PlastlrM had advised the King to form carecontribution will be accepted from .laker Cabinet of promm. %  • perrre by the Biilish nation which ,sonalitns T-. pi %  %  gard as the friend of i rountry." Mr. Xulms Resigns e'ection probably Jin mid Novrmher. Informed sources said the (Jap [days rem-ilning until of the Assi'mbly would be spent jin preparing the necesarv docuiment*. Delegates Cheer Beria \l Red Party Congrt THOR'EZ G&FS PASSPORJ MI >sc :< )\\ i FIFTEEN IK'NDRED DELEGATES i Communist Party Congress Huplauded PoUttaWo member L. O. Beria Tuesda> when he discusser • nationalities at the third ila\ onfer•nca iii 13 years. r.. on. <.aii\ \t tucks Gov. Arundell I Prime Mmlstar Plastiras and 'Deputy Prime Minister VenaeCA1KO, Oct. , los arp tapected t. resign I Mr. Mustapha El Nahas today fher the dissolution decrH I %  resigned as leader of the WAFD' 0 0 promulgated to give *•! l> Egypt's biggest political party, andI th l rfflu a w government <• WJl the party Executive decided to' ____^^_ register under General NaguibV decree requiring all political parties to purge themselv.,i undesirables or dissolve. he ha* Mr. Abdel Salaam Fihmy not0le IGomaa member of the WAF1J old guard and President of the dissolved Chamber of Deputies ill succeed Mr. Nahas.—CD doa may on occasions have 'o carry out the duties of two posts at limes, and persons who arc physically incapable of or otherwise unsuitable for doing this work are not lit |o hoi %  i more responsible posts m t! AdntlnlatraiUvi &> rvl GiiU'nimi'iil(oncer n The concern of tho ment is ihenfore m n ) Inalnuatlon thai becauM of Ihe r disabilities two : A Colonial S. n a not nt ',> perform the dutus expected of them. 1 i %  ntllcers concerned in age and length ol aeavke h Mr. G. T. Barton who Joined the Colonial Administrative Service in Nigeria In 1M< %  I his succeaoor, Mr. Barton shall act as Colonial Secretary and his past record indicates thai he will acquit himself creditably. i of Capt. G. J. Bryan differs from that of Mr. Barton in that he i^ not on agreement but %  th. permanent and pensionable establishment. He lost a lec yvemin action with tho command, th tho World War 11 for which he i Council thai IgfJ r.l St.lt*f"l lha h> '. i British Industrial!! ti to J At i lalta i ml tin Brltldi Caribbean Colonies lo h>k into tinpoaaWUUeg f further Indus>1 developm'nl. t-. Miggest the eetlon wl.lch such development might lake, ami to in.li industrial Of type ol indudnos %  ppCnr suitable for cstablislimont in the light of local cond Is Intended that the Mission should report their findings to the QovMeKke that IU Korean tru.* plan !" 2f* o( the ""."• <• If (\ L.S. Commend Mexican Plan Mr. ttustamanle Cables U.K. Govt. KINGSTON, Ja. Oct. 7. Mr. Bustamanti cabled the Secretary of states for the Olonlei last night lollowing the receipt henof a cable from the WeM Indian Commute on bulk purchases. BusUimante reuueslcd an official statement from tnc British Qovenuaenl on bulk pur-| turn chases, particularly Jamaica '"" WASHINGTON. Oti 7 The United States hu not Hied ilan would be worUi exploring munlsts back down on their d< mand for unconditional return of Bed prisoners it wai lomm-d Tuesday. This government da livcil its formal reply to thi Mexican proposal at United headquarter*in New York Monday, UNDER TI1F. DIRRCTION of Paths! A>4n. %  Apoiu-h Dominican %  IIAUVW ot the vilUg* ol Tien Oaaa, near Hanoi, lndo China, faavs been oiganlirtt Inlo i dflUan mililu lo fight attack-* of Com %  mnH lVlt Miuli iPbel* Two nf tbc "mimite men" arc "howii at A combat post in a rios arid flnfeTnariostelJ Council Want Visit From Industrialists THE LEX3ISLATTVK COUNCIL ywtajrdtiy ds elrl a ri ureply to His Kxci-llenev the Governor agraainfj that Barhado.s should be inclucU-.! in the itin'tai\ of tin* Mission ol the British Industrialists who propoee to visit certain British Caribbean Culonieh. ':• New Swiss Try On Ml. Everest The Gen i; KEN ADA. Oct. 7. Hen Mr. K. M. (ialry uddrmsinga meeting Saturday night added '<> his many familiar buttOossernce AniadeU, Mr s A. franel ami Mi IXIUIS Strauss .'iiiniiii others but ..•i.iui-i Mr Ssrauas erai wullni in the Weal Indian on thsame day an cxi>.><*e "f bis tiade unn>n met h od s ami the results of the M M.W U. attttudo on the eooisosny <>f the colony Mr. (inlry attacked lha QuVOrgMM on tho grounds of th,letter Sir linl 'fit eircul.ili'd t" I I'llli'l "t i inCouncil dealing with t enl Indication thai hti u .ti ins influeoea with rnlsaesjnea In his bloc lo boycott iiirt-tings nt the Einance ( '" %  while he was in St. Viiu-cnt A largo crowd Bttendod but tl" pi "f the speech was obviously mixed though then yeas a strong Indication "f nnoti er < risis on tho Issue of wage*. ...... y v.,I.I h,. had -eyy ,1. iand appeuliM In tin tx pay up ilue i I n lb Ide when use how sti Ikes Mi Strauas togethei arlth Mr, \ I V Barton were in attemlanec In a window overbioklng the peat form. | Mr ceived the award of the Militarv Cross. Nevertheless he was passed rhe w h | Indian Committee SS medically fit for entry on proCJuU ml lo Mr Kljkwood said batten Into the ColO B lS l Admin-Understand Ministry of Food istrativo Service by the consulting Intldv a statement" we arc getting physician lo the Colonial Office In out of the linsoed oil trade as soon 1W4. At the end of his period of ( H we can and are getting out of pro bat ic IB4H he t*< pair 7 Franc* Will Fight U.JN. On Internal Affairs PARIS, Oct 7. THE FRENCH CABINET at a special session decided Tuesday that it will right any "interference" to forthcommp United Nations General Assembly in "internal" affairs of France's relationship with its North African protectorate of Tunisia and M orocco. Government's decision taken— — t % %  %  only a few hour* beluic the Ev*Dfhd 111 U.S. AlWV National Assembly was schedu tA WmV.ar to reconvene after three m sunuaar n.ii.dav srai announced I ..* tarn by the Minister of Inf <: ( %  This decision by l > remier Antolne Plnay's Cabinet appean ring the fears of French Nationalists who in strange alliance with Communists appeared determined to get French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman iir.-.l from the government as their order of business. The French decision is contrary to advice urged strongly by the United States in the past week. The United States had counselled France not to fight the competence of the United Nations and to have full and open debate on French rule in North AfricaAmerica maintained that the French could thereby make a strong case for themselves. Kxamined Problem The "cabinet meeting has exi amined the problem of the United Naii" ems Us French i>osition in More Tunisia, Marcellui said. It has d*-, cided that the French delegation will not admit any interference | In questions which pertain only io %  Trench National conyotorwi -. France will take any useful position m the T'mtcd Nations A-%  I, %  to it that principle of ntn-uiterference adopted nt this mnrninu's session of the government will be The A 1 m "f 13 nations has demanded Assembly discussion of the T %  [>onse to the demands of the I Arab Nations mj Arab btrl the present year have launched | terrorist campaign against the] Itench —UP. Ihe importation of raw sugar and it Is only a little matter—wc arc are getting out of the banana I'.Ill,...!. The cable was passed to Busuii i N wrhO cabled last flight stating that he ngarded government bulk purchasing the keystone to a rational policy of development in colonial tarrll and asked If the Conservative tend to abandon the policy. "If so, you should advise us acCOrdlngU' and tell us .if the alter IMUva -.afrguards you propose In I Party. Mexican President Miguel Alcmnn susgested a few weeks age that the United Nations get Its Meml-er Nations t. >vhn do not want to rethcir Conunualsl i Irolleii homelands. He said this might b a way of breaking the armistice deadlock. Pfl onerl could be relumed to their homeland* he said when Asia returns to normal. In its note the United States said the Mexican plan is JIII interesting one wort! %  atkeii —r.p. Ked Influence In Labour Party MANCIiKSTRR. Oct. 5, Mr Hugh OaltskeU, former Labour Chancellor of the Exchequer described as shocking. Communist influence in the l-ilmm order to maintain improved livinr standards In these countries" !)•%  () anxiety isfelt through Ihe eaUout reference by the Ministry ol Food towards the Jamaica banana trade which shows complete mal f ference to our long lerni please urge your government tc make an immediate statement retatrse to your party's policy fair prices for colonial and living wage of workers."—

He quoted estimates nl nne ol artera that one-sixth ol ihe from the !m branches nt last week', i Party Conference appeared to l> Com munlsts. He said that may be I lilfffl Sftlmats %  feotun of the Congress was lost B nusnbai of speeches wen Cot inspire.1 based on the DaOJ Worker. -tOPJ K\ i" lha Socretai' %  tats h* the Coionles Probable (Josh t U-taib ot the ntw ran Od %  costs of the visit have Dot yet been received, but it will be }sibl< "i UM Mi visit BarbadOl for about thiev ol I. in days. During BUS tune lbs Government would be fi b!e for payment of sub and ti.iveiiing eapei It It no) I us paaneli to i „u attunata ot •>. JI b anticipated that they win >> Ui the region of $2,000." i UM I OUBM -i | i then i plj lo He. i;. ROD. fc S. lloinnxm SSld igreed that it was vital that •verythlng h<> dODO hi iidusli i.tl i on. ems. lie wanti-l to know whether the %  'Inn.' Ihe mission was on the mitigation of the Secretarj m State or at the request of the lour cotonhi M. (Killed in Ihe I'n request of the Gnvei um' id be tell that On U lature of rbirba.los should bSVB been notlAed anil an expression of opinion sought as to whrthci they thought that I Co of that natun nnt. and g| %  '. lbs I ' i visit WaiV Of limv Nl W V*)RK, Oct. 7. I.sdltarlal, daseuaatnfl the new I npl al an .•in! Ol MOUnt Kverest ami pointing nut that this wn the ech through Nepal, -um %  i .ui' eonapellsBflj reason Bun M UuBwhM to break awuy from Ihe usual pattern Of attempt-was that they %  iml'l not get permlsston to \wm thrrMiRli Tibet.' 1 now under the BOfttTOl "f Hie (hi %  Conununlsts and then have been ruaneui haal RuBsians are getting nekay la gJO Of] .in expadlUOn "f their own porstbly on lbs theory ih.it a i an climb fastei and farther than a represeiitatlvi' of .t. KB German Govt. Gefabrates Its 3nl m Anniversary HEHI.IN. Oat I The Communist dominate,| I l.i'iiiuin (;<\ i-rnment ni.nked third anniversary auiul growing signs that it would become in

f ree< bad In New Yoik .it UM end of last month* 1 on i ins* prewai external debt pofht covered are names of ixind*. detalb n Lnl Ing fun ingm "f Jape to tai ling holders en t. other holden and reference •ti "i dollar option n %  upon — v.r. Is net i ill r-.i .. isll n 20 Drowned Bovtat trained mmv buUdlng of g tight demoei aej Commnnl I have aniiouneed the. ^^ an army and build • Proaideni Wllhehn PI' .'..I. ti enl in...) %  in the annlt >'i %  i call bratlon aid th* pn In Berlin of high loreigi Communist ofiteials shows tbm I-;.i t Ueriniiiiy now t* regut.le.i iii'livlsiblo part of tin world IT itir % % %  i' %  i smp Be nud the ^>" let i oeit "i Ore* sonc had tfuuit-d "honourable ported her" plae* • In the f imUy i ( onunl "ai which West [n % %  lute Reappointed To Leg. Council Soviets ,Sii|>|MMi rffriean Question UNITED NATIONS. NEW YORK. Ott. 7. The Union of South Africa was -_id Tuesday to have received the unexpected support of Ihe Soviet blot m her opposition against Inof the Asian sponsored complaint |g jppolnlmcnt of Mr fr^da Challcnor Hutson, M.I. Mr" H. South i 1 ^ a rnember of tho LegialsThe Legislative Council yesterday informed by His %  mi' to UM sdj four days was of Urn. rent probably men I id nevii been i" UM WI before and probably knea ing of I'-ral COndtUons and 'JLey Minild IKv.n'-.' oi four days. it;clslng the ptrIhey were highly quail-' Queen Nurrinuui Seeks l)i\orce CAIKU, Oet .. A (pokesmsn tor ea-Klng Parouk told United rises today tl si thg ('.i n ei Egyptian inonoroh • melv lurprUed" by Uie? n net that Ins wife Nerrunan snss saaUng • ; ...it was carried \i\ the newspaper AI Aiirmn ad learned from In 'ti family that lawyer* .; % %  'he %  ^ -| % %  h also heard Ihe |n< Ml.lllA. il -i ( %  ennouncemvnt had passports of I I, %  %  i first public appearance in 1 %  to uv the Great Rail ol L.S.-IJ.K.AI0111 Partaerehip Doubtful By JOsn-il ifyrj i; WASHfN United states <>m. 1 • M %  B. M %  wartim. B I -hip. %  %  1 Hi the thai the a lu 1 weapon ol ...lined I'niled 8) • 1 '" then nist 1 %  (the ad njsgsjgbjt* iwn.'nflmrntV^f th^ T' .IIUl .-ihci.il. .,. : ,. !(.,.,, .... ... thai Congren would do (Jut if snything U !•!>: him %  M Tl %  %  rod ui lb d Stat %  vs.-ll Ml u'H l.> full n the two oui I I thru li:i.l Pwant hen tl u.di. -U.P. %  %  N01 in in founder. ted Hull, abandoned Ui %  lay -cen living in a hotel her c since they sailed into exile from Etfvpt ;f r July. — UP. Steamer Granite* Into Kin^Hton l*ier %  VIIIN. .1.., Oct. : $2M),000 %  to Kingston Fit ss Pttci/lc Fortane on charter to Us Harrl Una crashed into I .... . %  1 %  iilthmigh no eon' I • iking oui .1 huge bile and stopping only %  Mom (in.I, eioept in I suppose you -h .1 eiaetly do In u cigarette?" ur — which M only torn* from lob.iM that 11 rathtr iprtial. than, of count, pirftit smoothnrit — which 'ifnt.ihli throat." CwelneM too* Well, thal's aeon to j lha go Maorter filter tip. And 00 kit. of loose tobacco ua UM as until—filter Up again." %  r*#x— all that. D'you kmow, this du Mawirr filter tip is just about th* fintit 1.If.1 for improving a rmoks that list *v*r come across. Smoke to your throat's content du MAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE aota Disraiauroa: WILKINSON a HAYNIS CO., Si.04 lor SO MADf IN 1NOIS.ND



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WIIIMMMS m inlii II i;j BVHIItlHis \n\OCATt. House Pass BUI To Amend Motor Vehicles And Road Traffic Act THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY at their meeting yesterday, passed with an amendment, a Bill to an.. Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act. 1937-16. Mr. r. L Walc.it %  ."i.ii .1 in the Island under tinMotor Wm motion Hipointed out that Vehicles and Road Traffic Act, %  to vehicles to be used by the 1937 and the Company had VUlf Company would be above therefore approached Govern. me average weight as set out in rnent in connection with the flic Act and in case there was matter. %  by damage caused by these He said that there was nothing Weoicles. the Company was quite in the Act which set out anything prepared to pay the necessary specifically for the Gulf Coinexpenses pany. It should be clear to honThe Bill was then given its ourable members thai the Gulf •econd 1 1 Company was asking for the In Committee. Mr. E. D. Metamendment in order that they ttej (E) enquired whether the may be allowed to use the neBill would make provision for cessary equipment. people who wanted to import With regard to the question of larger buses for the benefit of giving the Director power to the travelling public. grant licences he said that as far Mr. F. L. VYalroU (L) said that as the Government wag concernit was not the purpose of the ed, he (the Director) was the amendment. What the honourbest person because he bad to able senior member for the City look after the repairs to the referred to had already come up roods and was the one to soy before the Advisory Committee whether a certain type of vehicle of which he was a member and if would create certain damage. a similar application were made steps would be taken to deal with Mr E %  >. MolOey (E) said thai the matter. he appreciated what the last speaker had said but wanted to Mr. E. D. Mottle* (E) soid that know why that last paragraph as there were local investors' who set out in the objects and reason* were quite willing to spend was not a section of the Bill. Th money to accommodate the travparagraph said "Every licenc elling public bv way of having will be subject to restrictions and r-Af.l In The Legislature Yesterday COUNCIL When in* Lean in .,< in* He* rI I l liia H > n-n*! ol Ik* LosMBttn Couacil Sac a furUwr period Of live |N li ttont OctoMi n. isw ill Coateinina Ur vMM I* Bar bMoa ol Or H H BMBMI, Ic*nU> retired Htm •# ww 8UtM CMWvMun Service Trie lot low ins document* were l-m III Statement or iht lum ul mane, paid. > !" .i lo ihe Accountant General toy Ihe C*iRUaKwr ol Poiiiv duitna the mMrr ended Jjtx JO. lt*l I Si Hepuii on Trainina tor ih Politic Mrvnii of Barbados. The folk.* .11* Re.oli.lion. were A Hrwlutlon lo* S4.MI to >up .•lement the EstimatelfSS—U under thin lbM> CiWMU iK• i4.li. refund ot Cytlon Dot} and Parkaae T>. Public Market iHoi Water *upoli, and Income Tax and Death DIIUN IECJUIU. imaaii and runtliueei. A a—9l u Uon lor OMOO to be %  pent lo carry an th* Government llouuna Profianime A Be-vluUon for SJ.iSO tor a preparation of a new iilutkm to approve ihe a) ... ol the balance at the SubihialMNi rvjnd flted in at •etlla the Rale* of olher matte*' in vonitecIMn wilh Hie let. ma ul the taid tax A Bill lo amend the Cable A Wiileaa iWetl lndie*> Umlled Act. ISW UI9S—*). A BUI to luinaiiH in* Vvatry M si John to iaue loan i. eatabllah a communal bath an.i lalnn* al dell Hill Bt John A BUI to amend the D lion ol Enemy proper i> Act. 1M The Council replied t. —ae from Hu BKeellenrt re*ardins ihe vuil ol a pan> ol Brttun nauMiitJUta lo Beibedo* Th. C— l l asrte* that the pon> •hould visit BarbadeTh* Council adjourned HOUSE T) r II.i i.. 3 00 p m. tr-itrida* Mr. r. L Walcolt on behalf .f Mr O H Adam., laid The CtVtJ E. Iabh-hin.nl i Dene rat • V I menu No %  Order. ISM. rt an rtamini lor the Public Sen ire ol Barbed.-. Tha following notice* were •ttSfal— Mr. F. I. Walcolt foi Mr Adam. Hv'.ition lo .ippruve the Hied The cam N.. %  Order. ISM Thin I. lo Airport Manager to Conliolki >>i CMI AvUrUwi and Ai'puri Manaser Mr. Co for Dr Cummin*: Resolution to make II lawful for the %  i:....itt%,Coeamlttee lo I.. | of St Andrew a parcel ol land codtautina by admeasurement, m acre*, on* rood, twelve perch**, Mtuat* at BelWpiaine in the pariah of St. Andrew for the purpoae of eatabha hln a piayina neld. Mr. Co* Hill intituled an Act lo provide fur Ihe imporUlion into ihi. i.land free ol duty I..I a period of on* TOOT. 10011* mode liom *ea I.land Cotton. Mr r. I Walrotl lor Mr. Adam* A Bill Intituled an Act amendment, a BUI fca amend the Motor Vehicle* and Hoad TrofBc Act. isn. Tne llouap paa*ed 'Ihe I I Ubliahinoiit 'General AmeiHl mew No. 1 Order, la .J Th* amending Order *eeh* to increase the Cull EalablUhmapi b) on* Senior Cirrk with a mi. rnpondim reaaattM in the number ol Luna Gfade Clerk. The Senior Cleik 111 hold u of Currency Officer ami I | holder al Ihe Halbodo. Centre ol Ihe BtlllUi Caribbean ....... Board The Hou*e paaaed a reply to Ihe Governor'* Moo*age No U l*U reUlina \Hie piopoaed viall to Borbado* of a party ul foul Bnuah Induetnalut* who are lariyna out %  nu**ion to certain Caribbean .Ionic* Tha Meuaar mloema tne Governor thai the Houa* aan-.1. th* prop to be an Colonial Secretary in ltoo. Auuiaut 1 atan on Kvide-sice-Uf Kitnewo ah October ivau alM havta, ^Sinco hl> %  trivul In IWrbodos ho oervexl hoa given more th.ni DsM II May 1950, and 1. a I Jus ntaeSBI to 1 re completed %  ra dun-' BJVSjr. .1 pcnoil of and a quarter Mn of 1 months. On the 1st of Novembci. fu| HIVIIC in tha MaWl !W0, th^t i> iu nt 1 „i ni.nd his pieM.mne ne-rvico and his intmuuEDO* a* ..ppotnied to act ^ V L1) 1IS per,,*, ,. f %  and was immedi-iUU u 1 into Use lull „< ,„,.. ,„„,!,. or (um ,,, IS51 "'1 to wrk poal eea in the -/ell beyond tha 11u.1l ofl f |ha |Jth S houi collecting data and absorbcm.vn.ing Mr. Wile* injjT the necessary baekgrouiul atn .,, On lhu>ber 1. 151 ha nvcrUM d< %  him la lo Bg post Of Assistant Coloiu.d .,n adltorlal in tha BwM DJnvaSecrrtary (Establishment t. paper 0g| Llth lX-,111, I %  then in oddition to his Sfi %  ii to his nom.al duties and by no means tha mconsiderabie work tnvolvi I ,. .•tung up ul the Public KS*,.*^ ,h 1 n ,. Kin. he has be*,, •* *" largely tnstrumeiiUl in [laiuuu MIHTMY. I*'av. Itt'gulaliin.1 Wb2 i*nd mi.i .: Sirajtarj u> nuM PakJiges und Hevi ion ( .f Salai ('iimniitti-e." This Committcr p 1 la mated in hp* r*por| % % %  .-1 II times Ul JUSt over t*TC nimitli and inorv than half of Ita Blaat __. ings were held outside in,pj mat offleo hours. In the concluding paragraph of Its He| 1 Ihi t'ommiitee paid a special tribute %  Hryan. I quota "Willi>nt irhOM prodigious industry and *peed In presenting tha %  ita UM aigiort eou d in.I haVO bc-.'i (.>iii|.|-l an an chamher today. and perusal of It will indicate the lai^BIBOUBl of painstaking work, much of it House of Asavmb M>. R. D. Moatley (E) ukad thai %  lit ba piacad in for the totem„h(ch S'l:'!,,:::.'!;;;'-' "" "" %  Govt. Lrged To Maintain Rights Of Way To Beaches MF.MHEIiS „t Iho House of A•rJS, !" """"> %  "• %  "> %  C. E. T.lm ri-iiied There we lated ea 'iveriiment Ing on DfflVata UU two lotrespas*in order to reach their boats, and those were settled satisfactorily. Government pointed out further thai it •intends to continue its preM'tit praitu-e .if inquiring Hiuhts of Way to the sea whenever it appears justifiable in the interest of (bO pubUa in general and of fishermen in particular Leading off the discussion. Mr. lar„> bun. on ,h, routa ond S condii,"o,i,"„„V 3 whioi, w,ll !" "J CTTL'tt. *£S.i/^ hoped tha! ttm matte would be lha. the licenjee w,]l be tmPCB. ,i ,', ,„ ,",.' wa ^, S3.„, h grtwllh %  e,pedi„o„ 5 ly m ,,b.e for r.p.lr.n any darS.e SScft.*? SjlfSj* SS.'S-*! *5T. a C., CU said that S S WS& Ti& Z SRU -""""> Barbados hail an overwhelming licence is issued %  •.. population with manv people unMr. 0. E. Talma (L, wanted to M '|,il *' %  '' speaking during inTployed and to a.low^ple to know 'if the ffll^AouS^ on \y iSSX J^SSS ^JSLK: import these larger buses, it operate In so far as the Barbadoa ^ Oovnm %  uuest£Talkwould mean that quite a number Gulf Oil Company was concern"i' w "V. '"'""j• nu-,r?re^rdlM of local builders would be put ed. ^umWiT Sand^wide VtaSSEi T lma drew MtanUon to the lack out of employment. Mr. E. W Barrow (LI said that Jla^^^ti^otvlY^ ot * ht of *"> l *"ches ... They had to view the matter like the senior member for the !, u > ihe w, i.v ihe^ erertiun Christ Church, and the poaaiblllly Htiogy. The building of buses City it would perhaps be deair! ^^.1^^,^ -J"-* f*£ "n, * provided a certain amount of able lo sec that the last clause of nt-iso • %  aside as a private property, ami employment and as soon as they the objects and reasons be made urged Government to take steps to encouraged the Importation of a definite clause of the Bill, and Government replied to the effect prevent the erection of buildings' suggested that some regulation that It was not aware that the on this beach to the. disadvantage should be provided to make it erection of new buildings by priof the residents of the surrounding possible. vate enterprise had created numdistricts. The Bill was eventually given erous Ulandwide blockades in so ^T %  1> Moltley (E) said that its third reading and passed by 'a r a government rights of way while he would not countenance members. or access to the sea were conmisconduct and vulgarity on the I?;*'" !" i"o .hr .„;,,,,.. ;: %  ; %  ; %  ;•%  "HZ 3ps3Krt ssr % % %  I :l :. • U'fernHl lo five aaattlant BtcreM ... tarlei In fart than are Ihrer ,.,". ',,' As he emaW easily ,,';'.'. ,' '„ Adv^ rJ >a L n : o^_^ ;;;;,• baaab ts, althaf In tha presence of lrhlni of tha publk Barbadians or visitors to the col____ .. ha about the Training V lraf,.r.l ony, he would not ba Li favour "f i"Sr. ::;!he,-:.;i:!": ii,srsS Unn ff s **"* aside to the exclusion of Ihi pop. luaea Hef.lt thai (.ovetmm-nl h. i | ,„. ||,., W | y r . able sites OB the I-a.hr> of the W S Mourn,. K Co., Il.ot....!. ,i in s* John Ho wai M Hott Island to meet the recreational 'he rommiinity, and In U^la respect, he sug^este-l Heylarger bodies for buses many more people would be put on the unemployment list. Mr. V. B. Vaughan said that the advantage of Importing larger buses, far outweighed the nis respect, he sugnestrd H.-N .'•< i .I..I S.n %  I,onI >•-.,. I.,aalbU aitaa, (Mhn memlnii nu|>pmt.d th. %  taanjBsstiona (oi pri W S. Moon,. (,., lOnliti i "f tha Dotrdntoi, % %  No* wa tha founaV i %  ( vanoui atiapMnions lot prnvldmg "' bathing facilities and |nn|~ • to the (rarioua Iwaches !>t the i>land, and Mr. Talma later withdrew his motion for the adjournltol>% U.M.I.rs l.otis i. BAsXIT ll'dt.iii Lane "Hot flashes" of change of life stopped or strikingly relieved In 63-80%'of Ihe case, in doctor tests! •Those suffocating: "heat waves" — alternating with nervous. clammy feelings and accompanied often by restless Irritability and nervousness are wall-known to women suffering UM functionally-caused distress of middle life "change"! You want relief from such auffnfliiB And-chances are—you a get li. Thrilling relief I nks to two famous Ljjdla nUcham medicines' • In doctorttejt* LydlaPlnkham's sound and Tulets brought from such distress in 63 and (raspecUrely) of tbe cases %  Compute or itratng relUfl ,,. fan aayT Not to the thwiaanas or women who I from • %  pert en ce what thaaa i Plnkhsm madJclaes can del action — actually — la far" ,.Si5^s^Sr ntlfl ^' Lydla PlBsJiam'aoD the bsshi "leal artdence l Sea If vow. too. tin bleated rell-f from these "hot nssbaa" and weasnMi LB TCalBaeM Of litO-** * tyaaa I af (JUotaaa a I psta at m tawswaa sa*l*s> so rasa r-Jlaf /ma IA* 'hot /lajA.i" ond aejwr / %  a^Mpnally gamaag du'Ol UM" Defend yourself Hardy men in every land know how they can keep free from coughs, colds and chest weaknesses. They take Cod Liver Oil. SevcnSeaS Pure Cod Liver Oil, Nature's luiest food. Cod Liter OH ii a rttogmttJ "I'J'ii of preventing and treating then complaints. roar affevi ihe whole ivuon.' Skin erur; and bntarion, simple rheumMiw %  tignal iliai v< you Of aod free from t l„-*r naajhh me rtma and painful MO HI. t* sir natures Hlood Misiure 'Um lanHHii innl., mr helps $%$# t complain u Be nrr* to ask for CLARKE'S 25 Blo od Mixt ure 255555 SevenSeaS Damn psf tt off I OeC Lydla Plnkhsm's Vegetable Compound or a*u\ improosal Tablets with added Iron ttrtai rise oaJy a*''. Wonderful — too — for the func Uoosl pains, erampa, ''dnggad-out'' fcallDgs and other dlscomfort of anpnih le rAanjjfjfiiaJ OafiOCaal 8PECMAL CASH OFFER GALVANIZED PIPE SUITABLE FOR WATER OR GAS I 24c. per foot 2c 40c n< .. .. 74c. nv $1.04 .1 ti.ao I 20U PURE COD LIVER OIL AND CAPSULES £/HJU(f(l to .— STOKls BVNOE LTD.. A.rnU "+ •** BARBADOS HARDWARE Co., Ltd. (THK HOL'SE FOR BARGAINS) No. II. Swan Sltttt %  %  *•* 210*. . 3534 ni:i'i.vi i. tout i \ #/ir;v •as. We have a limited quantity of BEST QUALITY ENGLISH GALVANISED PIPE in W". V. 1". IV4", 11*", 2" and • DUmeler IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT J. N. PEREIRA &. SONS MERCHANTS RICKETT STREET PHI IN V. BOM ReK'i'Pl lo Announcr th*l IV* h*vi NO RICK. NO SAMS, NO man POTATOES NO HKI;.\l>rKt IT PLANTATIONS Ltd. BUT WE HAVE A LARGE SHIPMENT OF DUTCH f *70£S IN BAGS OF 110 LBS BA H UCI II' .1 i (8c I PER I.ll COME EARLY ASM) GET Yolll SHARE FOR ' L MAN MUST LIVE!! >\ hv Dim lopi 11 tlie i' r in o I C i Ii 1 't i 11 ii in Ipopical climates lu-can*. it bcaaaaaa a dn->ugii ns i I*BSOB I I..iilop.il., 1* on..pl,icl. mil .fiiiUm.. WMUfatj "ondfrfiil % %  %  %  Kot a 11 %  opdla cool i %  ihe hod) %  M ,:.,-r ,.f tliiH Jlul 1 I rt -I-LITV jud .iimin it %  Karil-(jiniN Bad ilieir .iff r m| ihroui(h I %  Mtir maienal. iHstl in mul Iri'nm'H uml rii*liiuiiiii|r MDr IN ENOLXND T DUNl.OF CllrTIHEK DOWDIN* nrarrs maoiao 00 iro Lacal DtitrN>ulof1 >|<>llllll!...lllls I* l>iriMIMM * ndren „,? e ||> Mot l>ri* the W H1 |Br eaUf*j .• %  aoesl .i- I iii-i .-.. 1... % %  • mil |*arn. UIJI K lot ,lul.lren. Koital an hmin.*-s ihai .hll.lren Aould A n fourth i.. a ilm.l ol ihcir Jail. looJ i<4|tiirenteal* al brrakla.l linic. 11..1 I* -In • Ovaltine I. flir >i f hi hreakla.i Jrlnk (or %  hilJren. 0aliine* la, in il.elt, I Mb-taata*l PoOel *nJ n helllo make Itooil p41.-1r.l4.Irfi. i, thai an in*.lt-i,oalr l.t m*> I. ail U> .liv •I'poiminit raauliala Kboo4>l < Wilniw '. ini air ilrlxl.UalV 1. %  •lii.li.nl . .'. 1 *> BlaasfcflalllflS.il %  't l HADE T THE MONKS Of UCKFAST ABBEf an m My !. %  I 8 ^s peel all/ valuable (tar illness. KIAST < WINE T A K I HO HI A BOTTLE TODAY



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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER S. 1932 BARBADOS AIVO< ATI PACE MM HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON *LINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS a GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG TOME D' al A Smalt' Tine of Asparagus Tips Raton's Vegetable Salad Bots. llctn**.laayomutfM B %  tails Strawberries Cream i Ne*ilr) IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE TUESDAY TO WEDNESDAY AT ALL BRANCHES I Kl'IT SALAD (|l AKEB. OATS— fkg. PEAS HEINZ SOUPS MTSTAKI) PEANUTS—BoK ICE CREAM MIX Usually NOW M :in XI M 19 45 :IB .13 M 22 %  III \ C\Tl.l \ I Ml -1" l K MIOIII.I. Mil I' — PIT phi i Mil KIN HAM l-ASTl IAI.HAM I'ASII: Hill HAM l'1-ll I I IM> Ml M \l HUH** It"" I RAVBN \ phi IIIII HI. i. An rat. in i i. mi i FLIIII Mil l\U K -Mil I it.33 .21 . .13 I.M .U D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street What Makes A SANDWICH FINER? The TEXTURE Of The BREAD • Therefore When You Need The FINEST SANDWICHES You Will Always BUY J & R SANDWICH BREAD SOLE AGENTS INTERNATIONAL TRADING CORPORATION LIMITED PERSONAL FRESHNESS AND A BEAUTIFUL FIGURE /,, %  if, ( ,* Marwaaria *J vary hoi 1 I i I %  H --<*.•• irwiA , %  .,rf/.Writ %  • | ml,'!. It Q Thank fa %  %  %  YOU, too, can have a FIGURE MEN ADMIRE AfAPLEX i I '. c %  CHLOROPHYLL DEODORANT TABLET'. V9 ir. •ti.uxi P-I jo. ( "u (u-i !" M. pulling IHI %  %  ghl ii'-l gnung %  .#iri oobacoaMg CII. ikan MO aaad to ghg up bop*. TWii'. %  iiwoli. wii %  • in %  n ud lo baap naimlMi. In fail, n giau* ,ou IKI batier anal WigUm afi a Stir. ii..„. H| %  'la of ** V>+*t Mf CAN BE YOURS! DO.X'T BE A TtBBY 111 Hit* ANY MORE! BUY YOUR SUPPLIES OF SILF SLIMMING TABLETS AT THE LITTLE SHOP' Johnaon's Stationery Building.— Broad Street.



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1UI Qcotib falling M R. PHILIP ; To Study Hediciw HEWITTMYftlNG. Public HrlBlions Adviser l> Ci.tmit roller of DeQIDDINO '-ibyeloAi Ini £5 W. ii,i. ( Octobe island yesterday by the Lady Vety Ollvgj. Rtti ami on it routine visit to British (.ago's Vocational r.uiana. He expects to be awa> s-hrsl He It en (or ebout i fortnight, routs* to Fr.** H/sVr Tourism tew* VfRS IIUBER-LVTE DURANT M l! rW 4. Ifo.iM Vf 1,s | KXIH daughter I of New York, returned la-'. Sertmnne %  11] to • 'II-* Thursday after spending two IB -ji t | B months' holiday in Irw islan.i will. „ „„ v her relative* This was he ft... JjJ * -J^ fourteen years and she be due. and formTrinidad by ATI z-i)hinn of J HW.I.A. ight for as a guest at la*at< %  ere she will pend a rhe Stream. This 1$ her noolh'l holiday. She bo the island. ihree Miss Amorer is working :.t it ury_in Purt-of-Sp-in. Enjoy • I Trw 1 lh 'SMSf 1 %  ...7 ? i-a'•'* hal v ur outlook la, U H i'-.hn Goddard. oi-jjf Pine da ill spend a * ,%  ,hiUiiAa^. Margaret v ^ M K %  Mil /'roan /Vi> the passengers reIV* Marine Hanoi. Mi.rn-* md by the ;.., CeJesstMe .n SunJ-y i..gni i-lUesesT on Sunday alter E 'ti.i on o Lou I hat she haW ,k ' %  ""> '*'" " ,M K been residing in Tnnidan p, l d1 music i.n Hu for the past eleven Id with thi turned home on Sundav b) rotombie and is staving with hn N Club will long be relatives in Roebuck Street. tnftrfinit,Roliday M ISS Susanne Shearn a former Queen's College girl and daughter of Mr. and Mia. H. F Shearn of "Letchworth', Tin n Krtu.l his days ; %  -• %  ae—. GajTlaon returned home on Sat..t College, ,n Barbados ...sit or Will Lome 4gu*n urday by the S3. Oeante for an tmucd 10 the degree standard I>' KBY Tommy Wilder indefinite holiday i..ndti Univemitv it Is 1 J had bean residing In Harl Susanne who nas been away maata-n .r prsnch that now al' ''} "^'.""A"' .. ,u fur ,he P** 1 ,wo n tJ J just over two v*ais, hu a ;, IW him lo %  %  anlsecretarial Job at a School in 11IMll t,„ „ rdu-nl studies-—• rare ^ k t n r uT? rom,c 5. S ir l '"; 'cJOevemaeii roi English ;ted North Wale^. with Mr and to tackle those duties you've been March 21— April SO putting off Plan well, folio* up thorough* l>, lintsh with denniteness. . Mr. Stanley is a former Colonial Secretary of Barbados She also visited Scotland Switzerland where she saw the winter snort, Florence and Belgium In England she also Headmistress of Queen's Collegt Anne Sutherland. Hazel Clark and Pal Slnunonds old Q.C .* JSS, tX. '"'.?•" ?.f?i!.",' peaking W Mr I(IK> v. .'.on* kaaguM it tna l-gn vocational bi jch.x.1 a few days MDfl %  ss* Arubf and Om Pfaaantad hlm Itarbadi %  auliful "Parker 51' pen and ( I tg I %  I ultural ci \ 1 ..' % %  '• ivi ii turned to England .Liu. b> tin"Colombie" I DC the Qnaphk and Chr tkU In rld for Mr I> Pret Rose Hi 1 who was up lo was accompanied by his wife. Wblcji another l. A ),„>!• la .a Mr. Wilder said thai he had a >n wry pleasant sUy In Barbadoa was looking forward to revisiting the island at some future np Sliiiltnt Rflurnn --It F. W II MASSIAH. a I %  > ini/ \h4,ut 1V1 Oxford ''"ive.Bunbci ol %  S.S. ColoniMe to '•S-IIW^SIBBB.'SSBVI. I who was dei> "' in Englist .1.., >l Hos,Mi. Maaajah. domg if Mr. and alrta They had a 'wonderful time him %  In ... Ing rt token of together and had a Q.C Reunion apprcUtloi 11 eh i there the Club In musit and U'eiitui %rssjs& SJ?S %  — -•. •he thinks thai many changes week to xpend i. fa* days with nwht b, lh S3 < olemklr. 8 have been affected in two yearn his family at Station Kill .uiu |< All for Ihe better, of course. on Sunday night In u,.:< i,. .(H.-. HAS A CLASH OF VIEWS WITH HIS CUSTOMERS Listening to opera loaves IUM cold. | r, n PJs*o> %  ....i witbhl. Short llolitUiy ISS Ntirma Forde, A the Radiologist. X-R..y IVpartment of the General Hoay pita I. WAS among the passengers leaving Ihe island for Dominie* .... Sunday night by the S.S. Colfinhir. She has gone "ii a ahorl holiday. M" brought out TITO GOBBI little photograph frame and *et it before him h. n his (By CHARLB8 IBID) pointed LISTENING HOURS it out tables and sanfl to II.M -im i l.tgl.l Un'ii-ti.. i p Bl R'i**> 1* Th^ iJrture w„v of J e.ii-(l m,H '•*•'*•" '" %  '-.--• v n. Se I,, h.,r. OKillo Criml. now dcao '•",'.' '"',''""'." £li JonV 'nmr W """ "•" %  "~ •"* %  ? T~"'" %  w*o U,U.cd OobU'. P..IIC,.. ,„ .^^"•^".["JlS! rS" "' m %  Not mil; did I IIEMIVI Mai 21— JBM tl are wmcrt 1 apable of iuch fine arhipvpnieiit. dont dis.ppnlnt yourielf • • • May !* %  railed upon t" ^;uitr'..; erences of friends or other. Your opinion valued If not given domineering!' Do all diplomatic ..lit CAKCKK June i-Jnly *l &f LEO As v Jnly 24-Aog. n linal vniao 2J-n>at. ^ UBRA "** Bept. 24—Oct BCOBPIO Oct. 24—Nov. W 8A01TTArui HOT 2J—Dec • A day of many alert, sensible member* derive much benenl by •>* applitation i practice s.. shall sou succeed in ^ nni-avour. Act as if each hour Of ^ .. akmg day demanded your best. Retain sense of humour and balance Friendly, personable day. When dail> chores ore done, spend a little time spreadnig those 'little'' happinesses ihe world and ^r loved ones need • • • ^ Stick to well planned course to accomplish 23 i|Uicker. Work with others for the general ment of nil. Personal, financial mat4( icrs under advantageous rays • * -Commend thought*, and energies lo necesi "* nry matters, children's and other needs wait for the other fellow to do It ^ first. ^ Industrial, home and business laaues In jL forefront to-day. Strive to complete assigned task* with alacrity. • • • *OAPRIOOSN Dec. 23—Jan 21 AQDABITJg Jaa 22-Teb 9 PICBS )V rb. 21 March R me during the 'thirties. His Italian fen 1 230.000 lire. In addition, he paid a >mull mountain of mark %  *. *" k rolled Frunk. in Koine us | ittldgflt hu turned ii "i 0,,, "' pl " PX,,oernncc h out oil sketches of classical luins N P" ned bought prank a diiuiei-j.Kket and .,,„, ,,I,I thani I | full evening dNH N i OUM d0 the iilght-vluti n apoll, the more mouithe more maestro hi ilvo per cent of vole* by maestri. But Ututio Criml was not ns the others. He did not spoil my voice. I am thankful I cany ,. ,„_ ,„, hiniSi H his picture for sentiment 11 U ror ux week, life was cram.ia %  sentiment that pushes all things. (ml n n ur iou. At big hotel ovary,. Money, loo body culled him llerr Baron ns %  .. biists IN addition lo perfecting young mutter <>f DOtlTa*. Then he rutJied Ml OWO iiiielling. Gobbi's voice by leaving it alone, back to ltah and married TiMc A Mpond vlUa i DO Uw way. Criml Uught him a thing or two 1H Hensb.. daughtci ol I ROOM Hg I about moony. music otitk, witii who %  < land lain IMt Oobbi. than 22. thought basn la love for live yearn. ofnU 00 ls> of asking 1.000 lire (then worth Tilde, a read> pianist, still Alrt about tlO) for i fortnight's work |)Uvs acnomoanlnwnts f l plans Hli as second lead In the historical i, uband dining his bouts of sell ilecUiral dl film. I Condottlcrl, his first procoachln| at home Also she listens $ m fcssional engagement. Criml said \ u bis perfornwuces and tell "No. you will ask 1,000 lire a day ttticr he I* botovi Dtl My Li-avalUng crlUc," Gobbl call rttt Thai have an aiint-ynr-ol i • Ilia. i ooJj the %  ind m ol n %  Se-eond sn m. GOB111 diMuverad bis voice at m inters."—L.E.8. [7. Oi rather. Irlctids of the WORLD COVTStlGHr KRSgavgD. Look lo trusted friends for the right word. Therr sane, unbiassed able advice will help JL. vou and yonr hopes. *••* %  • Cains in new and <>ld duties for the DOERfl Progress can be measured in direct ratio to yout elf. it Aim to maintain a kf* steadv. even pace • • Don't shade actions with indecision*. doubts A well planned programmo is half ^ the bnllle Show your versatility ^ BT VOU bORN TO-DAY: A bright mind, eager for doing good I lungs; a likeable personality, ready for Anc friendships. Jff tmi worthy causes Manv Li brans have become outstaridnfii.g statesmen, reformers. You could be able executive or steady, faithful employee. • Birthdauof. John Hay. Amti statesman, author; E. H. Qgrj >teel magnate; Roh't l-owell. writer. *a, • •••*•••••• ANNOUNCEMENT. IOOIAL llll VIKIS -t i-U'i ll.iV 4. Tiitlm-nj *a s so lunbts Pirtui* l'ivcnU I ,-!.: TEN TALL MEN Technicolor Basre 1-..CI Nw. Rr-I OLYMPIC II ..- Tofl* 4 JB a %  IS L'nlvetMi-. Wlmlr astUI %  HI annai l SVSTUV *IUi Noah Bmny Jt. n< | Otban \ Sal "' I* PHI Whow SerUi rill SKKtll MAnvgi orto* ..,,), 4 JO a ( : %  iniaa kfli %  vm i*.ui !" in 'iinvK.ii 1 MI t oni aasj %  cast or MONTI I ASLO SUrrinS %  OTAI. ro-dy a Tununou •>.'. pen I William glllpll Uiric WlndMM FViaav only *ao a %  so llppnlilir Whole SMIal II-MPN Nrvra roanr1 Bjgj THE LADY POSSESSES %  AMUTH Or I UK S4D1AKUI •ltd n'Kiimsh a .1 1 laa* %  u > 1 I IIUklN-ll IS rTtdav -1 %  s, a is III II1M1IS. and I R*v< man %  lll 0 Wtsltf Clarion I OSha*. Richard Arln 6 1 B I 3 Shown TODAY 1.3*. 6 00 A H.30 p.m. and Contlnuina Dally 3 Shows Thrill with the thousands who have aeon IVAJVHOE (By Sir Walter Hcoltl KOHKRT K1.IZAHKTH GEOltGK JOAN TAYIX)lt TAYLOR SANDERS FONTAINE Pit M. Circle 48, House o. Balrony 81.00. Bosra I.M 1.30 p.m. Children 1/to alt any section long as the shooting last* and full expenses as well CROSSWORD m "TT jjp--ry--|x ? ^ t Jr t-ir" J H 1 3 t: r* rut flHGEB'FIRE rol/ CH[Sroi// %  M.I la oeu lenaf 1. sss •> i fc-aua* to Ui Mgoe get 0 'JvatsaSad. H) ,._ [l Rasru^ MUkf baocssat a> i • reso. S it NsniraJ lor aabresr w s m. HU %  < % %  A popLi.ar enssky. |gi II Crualltd undsrfooi ig Sofllj ;•>* the Ploo. I t U Oat Ui o .ia*n d go lo tfac "I bed BiiuaclaUou. IS Most U l*i*r rt;flr.MVl. tU tlir plclurs. HI Urtes nieaM wora. I( Nssded (or ths aasl 1 aant rolloqui:: tour Uipper. 1* Mai Di" Up ii" tlaroai > PlIBlIf oi> alM>ti daacaiit. M lould W found 111 Ihf m issu>o Dirtiiod of paean Shouldbr fnund siissmu-\-r %  m : ns* piucC if. 1 1 sn inn. til ROc barter. -iBsont _. a U room f oini 11 .1 1 -:-! %  1 QDt I Press* •W p aair* Far, t asae* ', MMlf f.tl. V SITIB.I ll.M. ft* W H UNGUENTINE QUICK A MODERN ANTISEPTIC TITJFS „r JARS ASTHMA Mucus Dissolved First Day ig. gasptna. whc*slna The World Famous \N noi^. iNCtS PI.AZA THEATRES will vt-ry soon be m Stock at nil leading SUurf Await this gulden opportunity. Head tlie tctfewing extract from the Trinidad Uuardian :— PARTY FOR A QUEEN MISB HOHEMAHY KNAGQB. WlM on Ui* ISM Cami.-al Queen Conl^ii ei Ml" WHchrra.fi tacf and U Having on 1.1 i>rirc Irlp to \hr V R In-morrow. will b* hnnour-siir.t %  I a rorhtall part}, which Mr William ChanOrin. local asrnl ft* Wltchcr.fi IJIC^. 1. r^iiB II PSgBl Hainlw^ Twi FRED S. NICH0LLS & SONS Local Agents Igal D->. SO p.m. HorlS II 1 kaasfsiaw WAU'OTT rs sesvegasi •11 MM 1 ski M UK LUSO l>lu New Tr..n l-lcl..ie rART.AN a SAVaot 1 1 B* Las luiihti. IKS lb MII.IION 1 f I" ,. n," Ulil. BARBAREE8 lOlal SIH1 ilANT IK)t*Bf.K TOO YOlMi TO I APTAIN ..i OOll Eirnl FT.YNN fAaai mi 1 so t>.i THATS MY BOY iav St T...... OtlSg wivrs iNoaa r> ma iMA INSIDF THE WALLS] FOLSOU PRISON MIAN I'OTIin Ari W.diuie lal Hlh MAS* rrtoM nxAa T'. KITTN a 01 N LAW Ji sner J.I WAKal.V_. I IT. Ka I .l.-tl 'Muse you fire 'em 30.' %  Toasted freah nnd sweet — for folks eat Kellogg's Cora Klokee fast aawe maaa 'ami They're your bargain In modnmi. Get KauW's Corn Flake. MOTNIt KNOWS CLEARMNGS .ui i.k' ... F ling T ..j. %  1 •di-HOivsd. thus ... *sa liraalklnf -iid raalHa dop*'". n "' • lunt tnkc itleaasaU lasts* 1. %  BI mral* B'l .11..I1 ft., (n.11. Aslbma si.'l !,. i,. *< tn no time, -v-n '1 1, ii y-ij mar navs %  uRared roe atrNPAOO la act auce-a-ral Ilmt H ts |uaranlg lo Siva >ou fr#e 1 nrs snd !< %  .f>|>)ur Athiiiainidav. 1 %  %  I urn of ampij ., 1 UaWPACO from your Ths ifirsntaaprotfjiaya-a Gland Discovery Restores Youth In 24 Hours '"" %  f' "" Inaa nf vl(our. SMI Visa bc-Jv. liiinuia 1 fiillnf 1n-.n1.1-y, and w*o a' bafors tli.lt lime m\ lahtart lo learn ol a i.* Rl.ing gla.% v t-. % %  Thi new rfln-ov. The Best Buy on Wheels The New LADIES LINEN KKKl llllll S— Hliilv, Plain, I'riuled—Slfta. u.r. ,T Ml LADIES PUSS SILK FI.OWKKKl> HEADSCABVBS, %  I.11 llnK -Mn, HIT. ML' 18 LADIES ILI.I.V KAslllUNEI) NYLON HOSE SI.HU wan S2.ll CORSETS—"BEST FORM "—JUKI .-,. %  $S.IMI_si/,-h l ..ml 32 Onl> CkariiiK Old Slock LEATHER HANDBAGS M.llll PLASTIC S?.0fl N Shipment PRINTED CREPES, SPINS. Elc. 89 tt. nud .lly r l>u.M T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOK STORE PHONt T i, .1 mil n*!eorr *n4 lrl IIM %  •* n la. It tact, ihta SI* %  ry rbi.h la a, home medlclna Ii. 1 i leaaant. aaa)"l"-tae laWel lor:' i doea s SI laaa a-a nsiural In Tne sacceaa %  >* ihi .u. a>li Ju rnvser. called VI-TARH. t.-a been r. Rrast last It ISMoa. I-I HI, %  .-l.lbul P.l \ i L-natmatee ..f ruinplate SSIisf 1 Uech. In %  i PARS mu-t nake yeu feel I %  pa.-hag* I \ IT.VHri ott. little. nl IIS guar ViiTabs VAUXHALL W1VHIV a MORE MILES PER GALLON MORE POWER—(15 H.P.) • MORE SPACE OI HII Si .AIIA(.I (Robert Thorn Limited) Dial 4616 White Park Road LETS GO TO THE . %  •I 1/1 llll II HIS HAIR RAISING . II I I. \ H BASnaRSH



WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court Jur
Court
Meeting of
Comme
Mobile
Pasture
Police Band
Sands
Basket Ball, Y.M_ P.¢

For the cause tha’

of Or
C

iginal
ri






Concert

t lacks assistance

7.45 par
8.00 p.z

‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance

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

Legislatures Prove

Officers’ Fitness

WITHIN two hours of e

nouncements were made in the two Houses of the Legisla-
r
Turner

ture by Hon. R. N.
Legislative Council and Mr.

Government Party in the House of Assembly, refuting on
behalf of the Government certain imputations which were

made “in the editorial of the

of September concerning the Assistant Colonial Secretaries

in the Secretariat.

The refutation was made when :;and was invalided from that ter-
i.
vice. He was however passed as

the Report on Training for the }
Public Service of Barbados

Was



ESTABLISHED 1895



National |

IK

ing George VI
LONDON, Oct. 7,
A Fund for erecting a new
monument for the late King
George VI gathered momentum
today with donations pouring in
from all parts of Britain. A statue
of the King is to be erected and}
a permanent scheme set up to’
benefit both young anti old,

ach other, two identical pro-

, Colonial Secretary in the
G. H. Adams, Leader of the

daily newspaper on the 13th

A spokesman for the Fund said’
today no subscription centres!
would be set up in Commonwealth!
countries but overseas donations
addressed to the Lord Mayor of

itory after fourteen years’ ser-

laid in both Houses of the Legis- j medically fit for service on a|London would be welcomed,
lature yesterday, and denies |three year agreement in Barba- Six postbags filled with sub-|
categorically the imputations|dos by the consultant physician |S¢riptions large and small came by!



which have been made regarding
the fitness of the officers concern-
ed, to-carry out any extra’ duties



or responsibilities that may be
imposed upon them, and which if |t
not refuted might well be injuri- |t

ous to them in their profession |
as members of the Colonial Ad- |
inistrative Service or as Assistant |
Colonial Secretaries in Barbados,

The statement made in the two
Houses was as follows:—

3

to the Colonial Office in 1946 and
jagain having served nine months
longer than the stipukated period
jof his agreement before his return

| the

lring these periods a very heavy
{burden of
/tween the Acting Colonial Secre-





first post today to the fund which!
Was opened last Saturday evening

Winston Churchill.
o duty On a fresh agreement at
he beginning of 1951,

During his first tour of service
secretariat was under
trength for 28 months and dr-

me by the British nation which

work was shared be- I regard as the friend of my own



Salaam Fahmy

Pav bados



Memorial For |

Among them was a letter from!An
E. Behadi, a Persian, studying in|from the Prime Minister’s Palace
Britain, containing £1 and saying: |today said Mr. Plastiras had ad-
“T only hope that this very small|vised the King to form
contribution will be accepted from jtaker Cabinet of prominent

WEDNESD4

;

G ies a Mn
Go To Pol
In

King Paul of Greece today asked
Prime Minister Nicholas Plasti-
ras to prepare a decree dissolv
ing Parliament and submit it for
his signature next Friday.




s

ATHENS, Oct. 7

Mr. Plastiras and Deputy Pre-
mier Sophocles Venizelos had
called on the King to receive his
decision on the demand for a
general election, The Prime Min-
fster and the Deputy Premier,
leaders of the Liberal party which
formed a coalition in September

195l1—agreed on the necessity
for dissolution,

The new law replacing exist-
ing proportional representation

in a broadcast by Prime Minister ,Provides for 300 seats in the As-

sembly and precludes armed
forces from taking part in polling.
official communique issued

a care-
. i per-
sonalities to proclaim and conduet

the election probably to be held





ee. eee

Govt. Spokesmen Refute
Newspaper Allegations





Gh monn ato

November

appear suitable for establishment

Â¥ OCTOBER 8, 1952
PRIEST ORGANIZES ‘MINUTE MEN

ose 1

{

UNDER THE DIRECTION of Father Aragon, a Spanish Dominican
priest, natives of the village of Tien Chau, near Hanoi, Indo-China,
have been organized into a civilian militia to fight attacks of Com-

munns tViet Minh rebels, Two of
a combat post in a rice field

the ‘minute men” are shown at

(International)

Council W ant Visit
From Industrialists

Advocate



YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT >



i
YESTERDAY

R . Codri

owe Temp

Wind Ve t es per ‘

Barometer (9 r-) 29.925 13 29. 826

TO-DAY

Sunrise 5.46 a.m

Sunset 6.00 p.m

Moon Last Quarter, Octobe 19.

Lighting: 6.00 p.m

High Tide: 7.20 am 6.49 pn
PRICE : FIVE CENTS Low Tide: 1242 a-m., 1g46 pt

[Delegates Cheer Beria

Co

jAt Red Party Congres:

—THOREZ GETS PASSPORT

MOSCOW, Oct. 7.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED DELEGATES to the Russian®

mmunist Party Congress applauded Politburo member

L. O. Beria Tuesday’ when he discussed Soviet policy on
nationalities at the third day’s session of the first confer-

er

Hon. Gairy

Security fer the
also went int
of World 4
Attacks Gov. |":
De

| mittee while he was in St, Vincent.

Al

reception
, obviously

was a
erisis
Gairy



to make and appealed to members

to pa
side
Mr
A. E,
ance
platfe

EB.





first approach through Nepal, said

The laying this afternoon of |tary and himself. It was during |°°¥""Y: seal Ame: tals | eve THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday decided to|
the report on training for the /this period of under strength that a Informed sources said the two} reply to His Excellency the Governor agreeing that Bar-
Public Service of Barbados af- |he acted as Labour Commission- days remaining until dissolution] pados should be included he srary of the Mission
fords the Government an. op-/er, in addition to his substantive Mi So ae ‘Assembly would be Samat ados shoulc pe included in the itinerary ¢ ne Ssio
portunity of refuting the impu- |duties for a period of four months rT. lGhas jin preparing the necessary docu- of the British Industrialists who propose to visit certain
tation which was made in the/and also as Colonial’ Secretary ; iments. 2 “a British Caribbean Colonies.
editorial of the daily newspaper |for a period of three weeks, in Re 2 2’ . ; . i eee. t
on the 13th September concern- |addition to his substantive duties, signs | Prime Minister Plastiras and} The Governor had previously “
ing the Assistant Colonial Secre- |during the absence of Mr. Camp- ‘Deputy Prime Minister Venize- informed the Council that “the New Swiss Tr
taries in the Secretariat. }bell at Montego Bay. He has CAIRO, Oct, 6, |l0s are expected to resign Friday Secretary of State for the Col~ y

The writer of the editorial stat- |also in addition to his other}! Mr. Mustapha El Nahas today lafter the dissolution decree has )Onies has selected a party of | "
ed plainly, and without any |duties been responsible for com-|resigned as leader of the WAFD' been promulgated to give way to British industrialists to under-| Qn Mt. Everest
qualification whatsoever, that two |piling such documents as “the | Egypt's biggest political party and |the caretaker government.—U.P. |take a mission to certain British |
pf the Assistant Colonial Secre- |Organisation of Hurricane Re-|the party Executive decided to Caribbean Colonies to look .into . Oct. 7
taries, I quote “are in receipt of /lief” three annual reports of the register under General Naguib’s| the possibilities of further indus- care ae NEW roomy "ats 1 ‘
pensions for physical disabilities igand and the report on the re-|decree requiring all politica)| trial developme nt, to suggest the The rime ' editoria J Seererne
and they cannot for this reason be |organisation of the Works De-jparties to purge themselves of| U.S. Commen direction wiich such development the ew oWiee avteinp oe ; aa
classified as persons on whom the |partment in 1950 and whenever |undesirables or dissolve, might take, and to indicate what ascent of Mount seo me
responsibility of carrying out the |tbere has been sudden cause for ® Pl industries or type of industries|pointing out that this was ue
duties of two posts should be tra duties at short notice he has! Mr, Abdel exican an

placed. The third who was a Li-
brarian until recently cannot be |e
expected to have a complete,
grasp of administrative affairs in
the short-pexiod during which he
has held office. Normally the
holders of such an office as Assist-
ant Colonial, Secretary in Barba-
dos may on occasions have | to
earry out the duties of two posts
at times, and persons who are
physically incapable of or other-
wise unsuitable for doing this
work are not fit to hold such an
office or promotion to more re-
sponsible posts in the Colonial
Administrative Service.” |
Government's Concern
The concern of the govern-
ment is therefore merely with the
insinuation that because of ther
disabilities two of the Assistant
Colonial Secretaries are not fit to
perform the duties expected of
them. The senior of the officers
concerned in age and length of
service is Mr. G. T. Barton who
joined the Colonial Administra-
tive Service in Nigeria in 1931

Franecé Will

i

a

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1



On Internal Affairs

THE FRENCH CABINE

Tuesday that it wilt fight any “interference” to forthcom-
General
affairs of France’s relationship with its North African
protectorate of Tunisia and Morocco.

taken——

ing United Nations

Government's decision
only a few hours before the,
National Assembly was scheduled }
to reconvene after three months’ |
summer holiday was announced
in vague termis by the Minister of |
Information Raymond Marcellin. |
This decision by Premier Antoine}
Pinay’s Cabinet appeared aimed
at allaying the fears of French
Nationalists who in strange al-|
liance with’ Communists appeared |
determined to get French Foreign ;
Minister Robert Schuman fired
from the government as_ their!
order of business. |

The French decision is contrary |
to advice urged strongly by the)
United States in the past week.
The United States had counselled
France not to fight the compe-
tence of the United Nations and
to have full and open debate on}
French rule in North Africa. |
America maintained that the}
French could thereby make
strong case for themselves.

Examined Problem

The “cabinet meeting has ex-
amined the problem of the United |
Nations as far as it concerns the |
French position in Morocco and}
Tunisia, Marcellin said. It has dée-
cided that the French delegation |
will not admit any interference |
in questions which pertain only
to. French National Competence.
France will take any useful posi-|
tion at the United Nations As-|
sembly to see to it that princi-}
ple of non-interference adopted |
at this morning’s session of the,
government will be safeguarded. }

The Arab ;Asian bloc of 13
nations has demanded Assembly

}



|







discussion of the Tunisian case
in response to the demands of the |
Arab Nationalists in the Protec-|
torate for reater autonomy. }

Arab Extrem twice during |
the present year have launched |
terrorist campaign against the}
Brench. —UP, |

jearried

{from

7

|between the departure of His Ex-
cellency the

ton shall act as Colonial Secre-
tary and his past record indicates
that he will acquit himself cred-
itably.

differs from that of Mr.
in that he is not on agreement but
is on the permanent and pension-

S — with the commandos in} British Gove
orc
ceived the award of the Military
Cross. Nevertheless he was passed
as medically fit for entry on pro-| cable sent to Mr. Kirkwood said:
bation into the Colonial Admin~| «Understand Ministry of Food
istrative Service by the consulting! made a statement” we are getting
physician to the Colonial Office in! out of the linseed oil trade as soon.

them out with notable

'}Gomaa member of the WAFD
old guard and President of the
dissolved Chamber of Deputies
will sueceed Mr, Nahas,—«?)

ficiency.

As the Financial Secretary will
now on be engaged witn
he annual estimates, 1953-4. ;it
s intended that during the period



Mr. Bustamante
Cables U.K. Govt.

KINGSTON, Ja. Oct. 7.
i Mr. Bustamante cabled the
Secretary of States for the
Colonies last night following the
receipt here of a cable from the
West Indian Committee on bulk
purchases. Bustamante requested
an official statement from the
rnment on bulk pur- |
particularly Jamaic 4

West

Governor and the
rrival of his successor, Mr. Bar-

The case of Capt. G. J. Bryan
Barton {|



ble establishment. He lost a leg

War Il for which he re-

chases,
bananas,
The

Indian Committee

944. At the end of his period of as we can and are getting out of

probation in 1946 he was passed the importation of raw sugar and

@ On pagel

Fight U.N.

—it is only a little matter—we are
are getting out of the banana
trade soon,”

The cable was passed to Busta-
mante who cabled last night
stating that he regarded govern-
ment bulk purchasing the key-
stone to a rational policy of de-
velopment in colonial territories
and asked if the Conservative
Party intend to abandon the policy.
“If so, you should advise us ac-
cordingly and tell us of the alterna-
tive safeguards you propose in
order to maintain improved living
standards in these countries”.

Det'p anxiety is*felt through the
callous reference by the Ministry of
Food towards the Jamaica banana
trade which shows complete in-
, difference to our long term intcrest. |
yPlease urge your government to

|



|



PARIS, Oct 7.
T at a special session decided
“internal”

Assembly in



Ex-Redin U.S. Army

make an immediate statement
relative to your party's policy
securing fair prices for colonial
products and living wage 0
colonial workers.”—(CP)
——————







i fs

African Question

UNITED NATIONS,
NEW YORK, Oct, 7.
The Union of South Africa was
said Tuesday to have received the
_ | unexpected support of the Soviet
“*\bloc in her opposition against in-
“+ -\eclusion on the agenda of the
United Nations General Assembly
of the Asian sponsored complaint
against her racial policies.

A diplomat near tne South
African delegation said he usder-
stood that Soviet support of the
stand taken by Prime Minister
Daniel Malan hinged on the Com-
munist fear that a full General
Assembly debate of the Racial
question would constitute a pre-
cedent fraught with dangers for
the Red bloc.

—UP.



Helped Man: Now
In Hospital

? ILLINOIS, Oct, 7.
Roy Sims, 17, tried to do a good
deed—-and wound up in hospital.

AF cR SERVING in the Russian Air
Force for almost four years, Ar-
kadiy Radovsky, 24, smiles after
he was sworh into the U.S. Army





at Sonthofea, Gérmany, under | Sims was driving down the road
provisions of the alien enlistment | [©@r Alto Pass, Mlinois when he
program. The new private, who | S@W & wrecked car with a man}
arate ie. aid trapped inside. He stopped and
v a Russiar enior sergeant “

a Russian sen ” ; |wrenched open the door to let

escaped from the Soviet Zone of
Austria in April, 1951, while still
in service. He was granted politi-
cal asylum and worked as an avia-
n (International)

the man out, The man stepped
out uninjured but the car door
slipped and hit Sims in the face
breaking his jaw

tian mechanic.

U.P,

|

Soviets Support |





WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.
The United States has notified
Mexico that its Korean truce Bs
would be worth exploring if Coie







Tuesday “one compelling reason
that led the Swiss to break away
from the usual pattern of atternpts
on Everest was that they could
a - permission to pass through
Tibet.” Sc

in the light of local conditions. It
is intended that the Mission should
report their findings to the Gov-
ernments of the territories con-

ned and to the Secretary of
State for the Colonies.



Hon. Mr. E, M. Gairy addressing
a meeting Saturday night added

when the hour strikes.

nee in 13 years.

_ Beria Deputy Chairman. ef. the
Council of Ministers amd Chief. of















5 Banin,
Arundell |)»
peak
From Our Own Correspondent) inaeed t
GRENADA, Oct, 7, j CO" fel



delegates
discours errupted

times by 2








to his many familiar butts itis “taki Ps xX ;
Governor Arundell, Mr. S. A. oe tee se > Chen ae
{Francis and Mr. Louis Strauss} heard the presentation of the Re-
tamong others but was bitterest port of Credentials Con nissi or
against Mr. Strauss who had Meanwhile the French Emb chic
written in the West Indian on) announcement had rene rea ee
the same day an expose of his Passports of French Cor munist
trade union methods and the} leader Maurice Thorez and Cas
results of the M.M.W.U. attitude] maine Fortin for two years. Thorez
on the economy of the colony who came here from Paris for

Mr. Gairy attacked the Governor| medical treatment made his first
on the grounds of the letter Sir] public appearance in several
| Robert circulated to members of} years as leader of the French
jthe Council dealing with the}delegation attending as observer
apparent indication that Mr, Gairy}to the 19th Party Congress in
used. his influence with the|the Great Hall of the Kremlin
colleagues in his bloc to boycott] palace, —U.P.
meetings of the Finance Com-



arge crowd attended but the
of the speech was
mixed though there
strong indication of another
on the issue of wages, as Mr.
said he had new demands

U.S.-U.K. Atom
Partnership
Doubttul

By JOSEPH W. MYLER
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7,
United States officials are by no

|

i

y up dues to be on the right

Strauss together with M:
V. Barton were in attend-





in a window overlooking the|means convinced that the biz ban:

orm, at Monte Bello guarantees restos :
ation of wartime British-United
States atomic partner

at r ship.
These officials would not be sur-

German Govt.



pemsed if the British gratified by
eir success decided on going
Qclebr ates Its alone in the EB +g te < 7

they have for the p ny pete ve -
s . = y he » past seven years
3rd. Anniversary Now that the British have an

atomic weapon of their own—in

The

German

third
signs
main

Soviet Union in the cold war.



BERLIN, Oct, 7.
Communist dominated East
Government marked its
anniversary amid growing
that it would become the
European partner of the

some respects better it is claimed
than United States weapons—na-
tional pride may move them to
undertake a sizable production on
their own.

In any case

‘ resumption of the
atomic alliance

would necessitate







munists back down on their de- High representatives of the pene ee or nae gh the U.S. act

mand for unconditional return of Prabable Cost Tibet is now under the control; Soviet bloe including Soviet So 7” agree, there is no as-

Red prisoners it was learned $ of the Chinese Communists and/ President Wicolas M. Shvernik{qo that if: oP oat hee would

Tuesday. This government de-{ 9 in - a {there have been rumours that} were — in Weit- Weaalit—)) tol tore sedvany minder . ere ee

livered’ its formal reply to the 2. Details of the itinerary and] Russians are getting ready to gOjemphasize the new position East! bie bomb selbendenond pt ar ss the

Mexican proposal at United/probable costs of the visit have | on an expedition of their own—|Germany will occupy in thcyin 1946 patente? 8

Nations headquarters in Newynot yet been received, but it Will! ocsibly o the theory that alc os ’ ee ;

York Monday he sible { .’ Miss rie 3 n 1 1 y tha @/Communist world. There is no doubt however
Ore Monaay, he aie ae me me anne iy Communist can climb faster and Soviet plans for Germany callf among atomic experts that British
Mexican President Miguel Yate ra ie te thie ihe farther than a representative of for the formation of a strong|and United States interests and

§ ; 3 ow weeks! mg we B ’ » |decadene capitalistic systems. jSoviet trained army and_ thejthose of the free world would be

Aleman suggested a few weeks!Government would be responsi- Hai . : ’

ago that the United Nations get})). for yp; hans of atepaled —U.P. building of a tight “peoples|well served by full cooperation

its Member Nations to accept eed iravetiink eapboaes It 4a not democracy”. Communist leaders between the two countrit i}

prisoners who do not want to re- Taran aoe tins 1a, i , , b have announced they will form *.

turn to their Communist con- id Lear Mb nylon: aa ae Bondholders Issue | ;:;, army and build “socialism” 20

trolled homelands, He said this , Peart st fy ny President Wilhelm Piek in a § Dr ’

might be a way of breaking the fr 2 ere at aaa willbe | Second Statement [ staberneiit made in the anniver- 7 owned

armistice deadlock. Prisoners|# Me region OF 92,00U, sary celebrations said the pres- HULL, England. Oct. 6.

could be returned to their home-! Before the Council agreed to LONDON, Oct. 7. Jence in Berlin of high foreign} Twenty seamen of the British

lands he said when Asia returns |thejr reply to His Excellency, The Council of Foreign Bond-|Communist officials shows thatifishing trawler Nerman drowned
to normal, In its note the United Hon. E. 8. Robinson said that he | holders has issued a second state-| East Germany now is regarded as|when the vessel foundered

States said the Mexican plan is agreed that it was vital that|ment giving further and morejan indivisible part of the world|dense fog off the rocky southeast

an interesting one worth serious} everything be done to promote|technical details of the terms of}peace camp. He said the Soviet coast of Greenland it was re-

consideration. industrial “concerns. He wanted|the agreement “reached in New]zone had gained “honourable’ ported here. Only one survivor
—U.P, to know whether the proposal York at the end of last month’ on|place” in the family of “peace' was reported. The crew all from
é for sending the mission was on the ee peewee examen eee loving nations.” Hull, abandoned the ship Satur-
instigation of the Secretary or|/O!"t8 covered are names of bonds, —U.P. day.—(C.P.)
Red Influence State rs at Ke request of the details regarding sinking fund
\ four-colonies. ff, ae was re- | provisions, the willingness of Japan r
In Labour Party ported in the Press it was at the an ies re a eee si 9 e
Pocus” ‘wet Govennens |cenetie. whl tuay, be concede eyre everything
aor ‘ * » othe ( ‘rs ar pference lt
MANCHESTER, Oct. 5, {mentioned, he felt that the Legis-| ;)\,. "auaation ss della? onion ct
Mr Hugh Gaitskell, former|jature of Barbados should have yet decided upon,

Labour Chancellor of the Exche-
quer described as shocking, Com-~
munist influence in the Labour
Party.

He

quoted estimates of «cme!

observers that one-sixth of the};
delegates from the local party}
branches at last week's Labour

|

Party Conference appeared to be
Communists,

He said that may be a |igh
estimate but a disturbing feature
of the Congress was that a number
of



i
'

speeches were Communist
inspired based on the Daily

Worker,
—(C.P.)



Reappointed To
Leg. Council

The Legislative Council
yesterday informed by
Excellency the Governor, that he
has been notified by the Secretary
of State for the Colonies that Her
Majesty the Queen hag been
pleased to give instructions for
the appointment of Mr, Francis
Challenor Hutson, M.I, Mech.E.,
to be a member of the Legisla-
tive Couneil for a further period
of five years
the 14th of October, 1952

were



PARIS, Oct. 7. |

Movie star Rita Hayworth)
“fireball” of vivacity and emotion)
on the sereen was pictured by her
estranged husband Prince Aly
Khan on Tuesday as a “wet
blanket” around the house. That
was Aly’s answer to Rita’s come
plaint that he is a “playboy” who

the race tracks and casinos while
she raves over hot movie scripts
in Hollywood,

The Indian Prince replied that
Rita's idea of a big time is to get
into something comfortable and
just sit around the house all}
evening. He described her with~
out flattery as a. “‘homebody”.
}The embittered one time lovers





Rita Is ‘Wet Blanket’

spends his time and her money at|

been notified and an expression
of opinion sought as to whether
they thought that a Commission:
of that nature was nec@ssary

—U.P.





Queen Narrintan



\
or
not, and also the duration of time | 3
the Commission would take t : ©
sae coarams «| Seeks Divorce
te | :
' CAPRI, Oct, 7
p> D , "es
Waste Of Time | A pokesman for ex-King
: f Farouk told United Press today
4 For this bart ng iy gee that the former Egyptian monarch °
$S , “f 4 p € “ ‘
Gomeepeel er. w et ane an vas “extremely surprised” by the
thre or 45s ‘aaa wh y baer 4 ; Cairo newspaper report that his
2 0 0 § was an abso- , I { {
wife Narriman was seeking a
lute waste of time and money.' Givoroe The ‘| ime, hiiateeesiie
The men were probably men who ; pe) hs rue Teaee XS i (eo
bad never been to the West Indies | °" oer nee oe
j|which said it had learned from

before and probably knew noth-
ing of local conditions and yet
they would be writing a réport|
after three or four days. |

He was not criticising the per-
sonnel. They were highly quall-
fied, but it was not being done as

‘the Narriman family that lawyers
had already been consulted,

Farouk’s spokesman said. “This
is the first time the Prince has
ever heard such a thing. He is
extremely surprised.” Narriman is
it should be, jat present in a Swiss clinic for

The Colonial Secretary said |{reatment following the birth of
that there were occasions wheijher son Egypt’s King Fuad It,
the Executive had to move on/29 months ago,
their own initiative. He believed The exiled Egyptian Royal
that there might be some beneiit| Family is due shortly to move
to be derived from the visit and/into a new villa near Rome,
it was right that they should
explore every method of increas-
ing industrialisation. If they al-

Farouk is now compieung nego-
tiations for the rental of a villa

with effect from/lowed the chance to slip, they}Which is said to have 40 rooms.
might in time regret it. He and his family have been
living in a hotel here since they
sailed into exile from Egypt at
the end of July,
—U.P.



Steamer Crashes
Into Kingston Pier

From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jca. Oct.

exchanged their . verbal _ blast
through their attorneys and from
separate and guarded domiciles
nearly two miles apart the only
note of cordiality was Rita's
statement that she would call off

7

the Reno divorce proceedings she] | Damage estimated at $250,000
| promi ed to the press on Monday vas done to Kingston Pier when
‘if Aly will grart her a separation! 8-5 Pacific Fortune on charter to
: AEN 4 the Harrison Line crashed into

and custody of their two year old

4 Henderson Wharf, King Street, on
Yasmin,

Monday) The failure of a steam
caused the ship’s engine to
peed ahead when docking
no controls were touch-
I ngineer. So she crash-
i into the pier taking out a huge

| daughter

| The Prince said however that],

he has not yet decided what to do
jabout their divorce and _ Rita's}
latest proposal for separation and] ,
Aly



e ¢

;



custody of their child said] bite and stopping only when she
he wanted “to wait and ef reached the next pier. A prelim-
before taking action enquir o the rn

—-U.P, r iz



| look for”

“Coolness too? Well, that’s
seen to by the du Maurier filter

tip.

in the mouth—filter tip again.”

“«

du Maurier filter tip is just about
the finest idea for improving a
smoke that I've ever come across.”

Smoke to your throat's content

d

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










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

And no bits of loose tobacco

Yes—ali that. D'you know, this

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PAGE TWO

R PHILIP HEWITT. To Study Medicine First Visit For A Month )
I 3, ic Relations 3S Gr: Anion vied S. UNA § atighte:

Adviser to Comptroller of De- IDDING goodbye to Aru ota he r ‘Trinidad “ M™. ; 5 Bk us —" |
velopment and Welfare, left the Wednesday. October B.W.LA on Sunday for two “The S AvOy - Bay ‘Stieet left ns
ae ro by the Lady Nel- Mr. Oliver Rock? instructor in weeks’ holiday which she will be the Colombie on Sunday night for
Fo on a routine visit to British [ago’s Vocational spending as a guest at Leaton- Dominica where she will spend a
vuiana, He expects to be away School. He is en on-Sea, The Stream. This igs her month’s holiday. She was ac-

for about a fortnight.

After Fourteen Years where he ‘will Miss Amorer is working at the Antonia, Heather and Margaret. vt
RS. HUBER-LYTE DURANT “ter Sorbonne | Treasury in Port-of-Spain, Enjoyed Trip
of New York, returned last UPiversity a { Back From Trip ; in Godds
Paris to study { . RS. H. Colin Goddard, of-
Thursday after spending two medicine MONG the passengers re- Marine Manor, Marine
months’ holiday in the island with “yg. Rock who turning to the island by the Gardens, returied home by the
her relatives. This was her first hails from Bar- S.S. Colombie on Sunday night Oelombie on Sunday after
visit in fourteen years and she hados and form- from the round trip were: Mr. going on a tour of the islands,
was delighted to see some of the ayy 4 staff writ- Cuthbert Archer , Mrs. Ruth She says that she had an en-
marked changes in the island. oF of tha Aves Lynch, Miss Iris Holder, Miss jayable trip.

She was a guest of her sister, sate, before going Ruth. Gibson, Mr. Clarence Gill Mrs. Goddard is the wife of Mr.
Miss Matrid Lyte of Four Roads to Aruba in 1948 # and Miss Inez Edwards. H. C. Goddard of Messrs. J. N.
St. Philip. has proved him- -? To Resume Studies Goddard & Sons, City Merchants,

Again self an excellent R, Basil Tonks, Mr, Alex For Nigeria
RS. RUBY HOLDER who has speaker and tal- wp. 0. ROCK Tatnall and Mr, Pembroke R. ERROL GALE, son of the

Caub Calling

















route to France,



first visit to the island

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





companied oy her three childre

been residing in Trinidad ¢Mted musician. His work in the Montgomery, three students of Hon. V. C. Gale, M.LC.,

for the past eleven years, re- Musical and literary field with the Codrington College who had Managing Director of the Bar-
turned home on Sunday by the Caribbean Players and the San been spending the summer holi- jjados Advocate, and Mrs. Gale ac-
Colombie and is staying with hey Nicolas Cultaral Club will long be days in Trinidad, arrived here companied by his wife and son
relatives in Roebuck Street. remembered, a he — epee to resume Timothy, left the island on Sun-
° s : * tn ee heir studies in ieology. day by the S.S. Colombie after

Indefinite Holiday In a short while he tad fairly Intransit spending about four months’ holi-

ISS Susanne Shearn a former

well mastered the Dutch tongue-—

day at Garden Gap, Worthing.

Queen’s_ Colle irl one of the few English speaking MONG the passengers ar- ee oa
daughter of Mr, and Mrs HF. pureoke to do so — a his atudins A riving on Sunday by the . Cole is Agricultural Officer
Shearn of ‘“Letchworth’, ‘The in French, begun since his days C7lombie from Jamaica was Mrs. fee

Garrison returned home on Sat-~

at College in Barbados, were con-

S. Woolford

who is intransit

for

Will Come Again

a by the SS. Gelfite for an tinued to the degree standard of S'- Lucia on @ visit to her son-in- OCKEY Tommy Wi w
indefinite holiday, London University. It is this law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. had been residing in Barb:
Susanne who has been away mastery of French that now al- Fred Rodrigue dos for the past two and a ha

just over two years, has a jows him to enter a French uni- Mrs. Woolford is a sister of Mr. years, returned to England on
secretarial job at a School in versity for medical studies—a rare ©. A- Robinson, formerly Editor Sunday by the “Colombie” to
Bickly, near Bromley. She vis- ,ohievement for an English °f the Graphic and Chronicle in ride for Mr. D. Pret Rose. Ha
ited North Wales, with Mr. and peaking West Indian ieorgetown and who was up to was accompanied by his wife.
Mrs. Stanley and their family. : two months ago with the Jamaica Mr, Wilder said that he had a
Mr. Stanley is a former Colonial Mr. Rock was feted by his col- Gleaner. Mr. Robinson is now in very pleasant stay in Barbados
Secretary of Barbados, leagues of tne Lago Vocational business in Kingston as partner of and was looking forward to re~
ean we visited Scotland, School a few days before he left Holt Ltd visiting the island at some future
ora aoe ee ah ba. Aruba, and they presented him a While in Barbados, Mrs. Wool- date C 1!
um. In Bngland she also saw Pcautiful “Parker 51” pen and ford is a guest of Mr. and Mr Student Returns
- G. H. Adams uty pencil set. His fellow members of Tr. A. Wason of Deacons Road R. E. W. B. MASSIAH, a
Headmistress of Queen's College, we sen wien Pe ae Up And About M student at Oxford Univer-
Anne Sutherland, Haze) Clarke Wh!ch another arbadian Mr. ISS Yvonne Gibbs, a mem- sity, returned to England on Sun-
and Pat Simmonds old QC. E. A. Bailey is President—gave ber of Revuedeville day night by the S.S. Colombie to
girls. They had a wonderful time eS eae * as @ taken of Dancing School, who was de- resume this studies. He is doing
To and had a Q.C. Reunion appreciation for his services to tained in Trinidad for medical his third year in English.
a there, ; the Club in music and literature. joey ent at. the Colonial Hos- Mr. Massiah, a son of Mr. and
usanne says she is indeed s ee . ital t pat : Sunds Mts. Stewart Massiah of Spring-
very glad to be back home and He came over from Aruba last pital, re urned home on sunday bead, St. James, had been spend-
she inks that many changes week to spend a few days with night by the S.S. Colombie, She * + the sunimer vacation with tie
have been affected in two years, his family at Station Hill and left was accompanied by her brother '8 ‘he summer va a
All for the better, of course, on Sunday night by the Colombie. Neil who flew over last week, parents.





LITO GOBBI
HAS A CLASH OF VIEWS WITH HIS CUSTOMERS
Listening to opera leaves HIM cold...

TITO GOBBI brought
little photograph in a_ leather
frame and set it before him in his
dressing-room at the Stoll before

out a

(By CHARLES REID)

The shooting went on for seven
months and 24 days, During this

family

discovered it and pol

it out to him

His father, a once-rich int



ited

ius-

Short Holiday

ISS Norma Forde, Assistant

to the Radiologist, X-Ray

Department of the General

pital, was among the passengers

leaving the island for Dominica

on Sunday night by the SS.

Colombie. She has gone on a
short holiday.

LISTENING.
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WEDNESDAY
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OCTOBER 8, 19%2
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making up for his 362nd_ per- : ; coe ttialist made cautious by heavyY 4p) m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily
time Gobbi rode wild horses, ,. ini. aie 7 nie’ Tar, Sane sik aan The BBC. Midinnd

formance in eight years as Figaro |. , rom battlements, did losses during the Kaiset war, Service. 4.15 p.m, The BBC. Midling

dropped fron ¢

in The Barber of Seville. much sword play, leaped over sisted that ~ mola quality pen ie S tan. Ghonin. 6.18 af
5 g i : ‘ ja : ~. as a jJawyer at Padua University gouviners of Music, 6 1. Scottist

Pi I aoe wae wine: banquet tables and sang to hig soe e ‘aan for singing lessons. Giivenite, 615 m Listeners’ Choice.
: own twanging on the lute, Nothing like a second professional &.4% p.m, Sports Round Up and Pro-

ing hair; Giulio Crimi, now dead
who trained Gobbi’s bariton, in
Reme during the ‘thirties.
About voice trainers (maestri)
in genere! Gobbi is sardonic and
lightly pidgin. “The first thing

His Italian fees alone came to
250,000 lire, In addition, he was
paid a small mountain of marks
for going to Berlin and helping to
double the film German. —

While in Berlin he acquired a

string to

one’s bow, he

out,

lawyer.
ture,

Not only did Gobbi
He

painted in

pointed

become a
also studied architec-
oils, dabbled in

gramme Parade, 7 p.m. The News, 7.10
Home News from Britain

p.m
10.30 p.m. S1.32M, 49.71M

7.15



7.15 p.m. Calling the West Indies,
7.45 p.m. In all Directions, 8.15 p.m
Radio Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Chopin, 8.45
pam, Statement of Account, 9 p.m.

a maestro needs is to be able to . ae . ~ sculpture, All these sidelines have Shetland Bus, 10 p.m. From the .
oll voices. The more voices he “8 snd took on as companion: jnon fruitful torials, 10.18 p.m. Mid-week Talk,
sp s chauffeur a needy medical student 10.90 p.ut. Twenty Questions

1, the more money he ask,
@ more maestro he is, Thirty-
five per cent of voices are spoiled

eee = nee WaS FI] evening dress so that they pound a time for pocket money. The Garden—St. James
a at ft m th ket e spot could do the night-club round fy recent years he has designed | Tp-day (only) 8.90 ;
tay Yee, > 3 Weheet, + SStty together. and built a smart villa for himself

his picture for sentiment. It is
sentiment that pushes all things.”

and hilarious. At his hotel every- In the rear garden is an oven] chive. (anly) Sat
Money, too body called him Herr Baron as a where he bakes clay busts| 8.30 p.m |
i T HOLIDAY | Mat. Sun
IN addition to perfecting young matter of course, Then he rushed of his own modelling. ean} ene

called Frank.
Out of pure
bought Frank a dinner-jacket and

exuberance he

For six weeks life was crammed

In Rome as a student he turned ,

out oil sketches of classical ruins

ana

on the coast near

sold them .to

tourists at a

Civita Vecchia. |

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TARZAN'S

Gobbi’s voice by leaving it alone, pack to Italy and married Tilde A second v i + Robert Mitchum |

» ba y é é A se d villa ig on the way. bs | ae etme
. : ; y- SAV R
Crimi taught him a thing or two'de Rensis, daughter of a Rome ye intends building it as a specu | Leen Sar A =
about money. music critic, with whom he had jation on another bit of land he John Wayne Marciano Fight

In 1987 Gobbi, then 22, thought peen in love for five years.

of asking 1,000 lire (then worth
about £10) for a fortnight'’s work

still
her

pianist,
for

Tilde, a ready
plays accompaniments

owns on the same coastal

stretch.

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‘levations

and lay-out plan

His }





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For Wednesday, October 8, 1952

Look in the section in which your birthday
find what your outlook is, accarding to the stars,

i ARIES Fine day to tackle those duties you've been
March 21—April 20 putting off. Plan well, follow up thorough-

cames and

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ning favours personal matters

* * »

Us T 4 : ;
emper exuberance with caution, wisdom.
April 21 to May 20 brergies misdirected are wasted. You are
capable of such fine achievement, don’t dis-
appoint yourself.

May be called upon to arbitrate the diff-
erences of friends or others. Your opinion
valued if not given domineeringly. Do all

diplomatically,

A day of many moods. Qn your toes! The
alert, sensible members of this Sign can
derive much benefit by vigorous, system-

atic application

As you practice so shall you succeed in
final endeavour. Act as if each hour of
your waking day demanded your best. Re-
tain sense of humour and balance.

*

Friendly, personable day. When daily
chores are done, spend a little time spread~-
ing those ‘little’ happinesses the wor d and

loved ones need
* * *

i

te
+

ea GEMINI
May 21—June 21

CER
uly 23

* aunt
*

* LEO
July 24—Aug. 22

VIRGO
KK Ang. 23—Sept.

+”







23

LIBRA Stick to well planned course to accomplish
*« Sept. 24—Oct. 23 quicker. Work with others for the general
betterment of all. Personal, financial mat-
ters under advantageous rays. :
SCORPIO *

Commend thoughts and energies to neces-
sary matters, children’s and other needs.
Don’t wait for the other fellow to do it +

first.
* *

Industrial, home and business issues in
forefront to-day. Strive to complete assign-
ed tasks with alacrity. *

*

Look to trusted friends for the right word.
Thetr sage, unbiassed able advice will help > a
you and your hopes.

Gains in new and old duties for the DO-
ERS. Progress can be measured in direct
Aim to maintain a

Oct. 24—Nov.

* SAGITTARIUS
Nov, 23—Dec. 22

*

CAPRICORN
Dec, 23—Jan. 21

*

AQUARIUS

. 22—Feb
| og. Tere. ratio to your efforts

re steady, even pace
PISCES

* * *
% Feb. 21--March 20

+
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>
>

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wearer whe wh KK KK KKK

Don’t shade actions with indecisions,
doubts. A well planned programme is half
the battle. Show your versatility.

YOU BORN TO-DAY: A bright mind, eager for doing
goad things; a likeable personality, ready for fine friendships,
assisting worthy causes. Many Librans have become outstand-
ing statesmen, reformers, You could be able executive or steady,
faithful employee.

* Birthdate of: John Hay, Amer. statesman, author; E. H.
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r. Adams Prepared

B.W.U. WillNotEntirely

Lose His

DURING his Labour Day Address at the Barbados
Workers’ Union Headquarters on Monday,
Adams, President of the Union told a large crowd that
being a Minister under the Ministerial
be introduced here within the next half year would not
take him out of the movement completely.
thought that when he resigned the presidency of the
they could make trouble,

Union

mistaken.

: He said there were some weeds
in the garden and, “I will resign.
when I see the weeds out of the
garden.”

With the examples of Captain
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see his life’s work evaporate, of
Mr. Norman Manley who recently
had a break in his party, and Mc
Clement Attlee who delayed too
long before facing the left wing
of his party, he was not going to
allow the life work of his older
comrades and himself to be des-
troyed through the activities of
ambitious people who sought
personal glory.

The Barbados Workers’ Union
‘was in a Supreme position. To say
that was not merely blowing their
own trumpet, They were often
looked up to, often corisulted, and
in recent years when there were

Jabour disputes in the Caribbean,
the various Governments had
been asking some of them to

ittend as arbitrators, to fight the
¢ause, or to sit as tribunals, The
fact that he represented the whole

{ the West Indian Trade Union

ovement on the LC.F.T.U. was

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orkers’ Union as being the one

Jnion which had followed a con-
Stitutional life and
marked time,

They could point to the scale of
Wages they had got for their
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f services — unsurpassed by

aribbean Unions and only
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for 10% increase, they could prove
that they were entitled to it. They
cid not ask for preposterous in-

themselves entitled to and thus
cid not back down on what they
asked. That was the policy.

Bad Reputation

He had a word to say to water
front workers. He knew months
before Alcoa left the island that
they were leaving. It was point-
ea out thet while Berbadians
could work very well, they could
mlso adopt a go slow method. That
was a bad réputation for therm to
ain and he would warn the “hot
heads” not to kill the goose that

De 2 i

Services

Mr. G. H.

Government to
If any persons

those persons were

had attained, and continued the lays the golden egg. The Hartison
march of progress. Before he id ;

; - z . people had said in no uncertain
finished, he would show them terms that they were goings tod
that it was mot all foses in the ries they were assured that
Lae a9 nat as Tie ws a ee Trade Union Executives were go-
were feeble and the plants of ne, dt ane same way
healthy growth, they could afford , _—

“Heaven knows whether a
Geep water harbour will come
or not, but I repeat this that
there will be no deep water
harbour which will displace
labour.”

Some years ago it would have
cost £3,300,000 to build a_ har-
bour, but the present figure was
nearer £6,000,000.

They had established a Provi-

to know that they were there
without doing anything. But when
they became threatening, he would
appeal to the people to pluck out
all weeds in the garden. If they
wanted to keep the position they
had in the world at present, they
had to prévent any undesirable
weeds from growing. They had
had the old stalwarts of the Trade
Union Movement fighting to keep
the Union what it was.

Within the last few months, he dence Fund for Produce Por-
had been asked to go to the Gold ters out of money which unex-
Coast to help build up the Move- pectedly came their way. In a

ment there, and he had been
asked to go to Belgium, but he
had not had the time. As long as
the Barbados Workers’ Union held
its position, so long would they
be asked to help some other organ-
isation to be strong.

“If I have, as I say, regrettably,
to draw your attention to possibie
evils, it is because I do not wish—
and anyone who loves Barbados
would not wish—to see us rise to
the height we have risen and then
stumble because of one or two
upstarts,

short time they might expect to
hear, in the Sugar Industry at
amy rate, of scheme whereby
Providence Funds might be start-
ed among other branches of the
industry.

The theory that a Trade Union
and a Political Party should not
be mixed was seldom carried out
im practice. For a Union to be
strong it had to get support
through legislation.

At present they in Barbados en
joyed in practice a constitution

He would not go into detail om that was superior to any in the
what they had achieved locally. British Colonial Empire. They of
Loyal Unionists would have rea@ the House were not called Min-'

isters. In Trinidad there were
five Ministers to run the Depart-
ments, but there, as was also the
case in Jamaica, the Governor

from week to week in the ‘Beacon’
what had been epee shed.

It had_been their policy that if
they asked for a shilling increase,





creases that they could not prove ;

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

powers and gould
the héads 6f the
vidos that was not

nak law over
House In Barb

but they were going further
than that

At the present moment the See-

retary of State is considering a

memorandum which we have sent
through the Governor setting out
what we want done, I make no
boast when I say that I would be
the most surprised man in the
whole world if the Secretary did
not agree with what we have put
before him, I know that they
know that we are more stable and
have a greater sense of responsi-
bility.”

Five-Year Plan

They had a Five-Year Devel-
opment plan which would soon
come into operation. They had to
look and see what money they
had and what they could afford,
and make a fair means of taxa-
tion,

He had heard blame

no one

them for the rice shortage, but he ,

would still remind them that what
was happening was what could
occasionally happen when British
Guiana had bad weather or when
some other factor delayed theagrop
there.

As to the weeds in the garden,
he was not appealing to the
people of Barbados to support the
cld brigade, He knew they would.
He was wppealing to the rebels not
te commit suicide, It was no desire
for power or personal aggrandise-
ment that caused that appeal, but

the examples of such like Capt.
Cipriani was operating in his
mind.

If he thought that the majority
of the people in Barbados would
join a handful of saboteurs, he
would have gone and got a first
class job, maybe become a Chief
Justice, but he felt that the people
would not do that. He knew that
the masses were fn favour of. pro-
gress and that the little boys who
copied gestures did not realise that
child’s play is all right as long ag
they kept it at ohild’s play, but
when they were going to hurt
grown-ups, the grown-ups would
box them round their ears.



To Purge Union

LC.T.A. Scientists
Tour Colombia

SCIENTISTS of the Imperial College of Tropical |
present

Agriculture are at



in Colombia, travelling in

the forests to study wild cocoa and related species in
order to optain material for breeding better types of
cocoa, and especially superior disease resistant trees.

On Monday, two members of
the Cocoa Research Scheme at
th College, Mr. P. Holliday
(plant pathologist) and Dr. B.
Bartley (plant breeder) left by
PAA, td join the expedition,
They will fly to Bogota, and

later fly to join the party some-
where in the Comasaria Vanpas,

& provinee of Colombia
The Scientists at present in
Colombia are Professor R. E. D.

Baker (professor of Botany), Mr.
F. W. Cope (plant breeder), and
Mr. D. J. Taylor (entomologist),
ul of whom left Trinidad last
June, Professor Baker and Mr
Cope expect to return to Trini-
dad in one or two months’ time
when relieved by Mr. Hofliday
and Dr. Bartley. Mr. Taylor will
be remaining with the expedcti-
tion.

are also
expedition,

Colombian scientists
accompanying the
which is expected to last alto
gether about one year Mr. Holli
day and Dr. Bartley will proba
bly be relieved in three or four
months’ time.



Some wanted to have it both
ways, keep the prestige and yet
go around sticking knives in backs,
but he would remind them that
every lion in the forest which
seemed to be sleeping might not
be sleeping, but only peeping
Though he was 11 years olde
than when he went about the

country day and night, he would
still be ready to go to the country
and the people again, Above all
things, they had to fight to pre-
serve the Trade Union Move
ment and the progréss they had
achieved.



Vessels Bring
Mixed Cargoes

RICE, pickled pork, charcoal,
firewood and copra were the main
items of ships’ and schooners’ car-
goes which arrived in port over
the week-end, Of the seven ves-
sels which arrivéd there were five
schooners and two steamships.

The schooners Marion Belle
Wolfe and Franklyn D, R. brought
500 bags of rice from Demerara
along with the regular Demerara
exports of wallaba poles which are
consigned to the Telephone and
Electric Companies, and firewood,

eart, mora, and charcoal
Another arrival from British Gui-
ana was the schooner Zita Wonita
with 78 tons of firewood consign-
ed to Manning & Co., 1,215 bags
of charcoal and 31 pieces of sawn
mora.

Other

525 drums of colas and 1,000 feet

of mahogany and May Olive with ,





schooners which arrived |
were Burma D. with a cargo of |

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PAGE THREE





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COAL POTS $2.77
FRYING PANS 58e.

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of fresh-fruit and firewood.

The Lady Rodney arrived from
St. Lucia with a cargo of 216
tierces of pickled pork, 562 casks
of codfish, 100 bags of
and leather shoes, medicines and
frozen poultry
brought a cargo of cheese, canned
peas, mutton amd Ceylon tea,

The Lady Rodney also brought
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consigned to Gardiner Austin &
Co., Ltd.

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4d ADVOCATE

Printed by the Advocate Co., Lid., Broad -..,

Wednesday, October 8, 1952

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Bridgetown

AIR IMPROVEMENT

THE announcement that British West
Indian Airways is contemplating the intro-
duction of four-engined aircraft on its

major Caribbean routes will be welcomed
throughout the area.

In recent years the West Indies have
become so accustomed to cuts in steam-
ship services that the majority of travel-
lers have become reconciled to the idea of
flying as the only reliable and speedy
method of inter-island communication,

When not long ago it was announced
that British West Indian Airways were
compelled for reasons of economy to
reduce the scope of its activities, there
was much disappointment throughout the
region and it was feared that in an effort
to recuperate losses the British West
Indian Airways’ service would become
little more than a shuttle service for other
airlines.

The news that British West Indian Air-

ways is contemplating the introduction of
four-engined aeroplanes with a_ seating
capacity of 56 persons, and is investigating
the possibility of later obtaining aircraft
equipped with four jet-propelled engines
will banish such fears. It is obvious that
an airways company which is going to
equip with four-engined aeroplanes is con
templating development and not contrac-
tion of its activities.
’ The greatest obstacle to the development
of a’ national airline company is the
absence of a nation, but since all British
Caribbean Governments recognise the ad-
vantages which have accrued to their ter-
ritories from the development of air com-
munications, this handicap ought not to
be excessively vexatious,

But more than passive co-operation with
British. West Indian Airways is required
if the islands and mainlands which it
serves are.to reap full advantages from
the service. The future of an airways
depends on the use which is made of the
facilities which it offers. British West
Indian Airways in co-operation with Brit-
ish Overseas Airways can look ahead and
make plans for an air service which will
bring credit on the British Caribbean. But
unless the public travels in their aero-
planes and unless freight services are
developed the airways company cannot
expand beyond a certain limit. The pros-
perity of British West Indian Airways
must accordingly be closely connected
with the tourist industry of the Caribbean.
If British Caribbean Governments gave to
the tourist industry even one-third of the
support they give to the sugar industry
the prosp@rity of British West Indian Air-
ways would be guaranteed, But if Brit-
ish West Indian Airways is to rely entirely
on a local West Indian travelling public
then their speed of expansion will neces-
sarily be geared down to that of existing
West Indian economy. And without the
benefits of tourism that economy seems
destined to contract rather than expand.
It is well that British Caribbean Govern-
ments should recognise at this stage the
close connection between the tourist. in-
dustry and the future of British West
Indian Airways.

For them to suppose that just because
the management of British West Indian
Airways and the parent Company are
looking ahead and planning an equipment
programme which will give the British
Caribbean improved air service, air ex-
pansion is no concern of theirs would be
foolish. The story of Canadian National
Steamships provides too close an object
lesson of what can happen if governments
expect companies to provide communica-
tions without having a wide-awake policy
to protect them against losses or competi-
tion. \

Large aircraft, speedier aircraft and
more modern aircraft can only be main-
tained in the area if they are regularly
used by the travelling public and for
freight purposes, If the major British
Caribbean governments promote the tour-
ist industry there can be no doubt that
British West Indian Airways will continue
to expand and to improve its services. The
government of the Bahamas and the gov-
ernment of Jamaica spend very large
sums of money annually on promoting the
tourist industry and in both these terri-
tories runways are being prepared to
receive jet-propelied aircraft if and when
they arrived. In Barbados on the other
hand the government’s policy towards
tourism can still fairly be described as
barely lukewarm and the advantages
which would accrue to this island from a
tourist industry which received active
government encouragement are yet to be
realised by the community as a whole.

The announcement then that British
West Indian Airways is looking ahead
must not be received here with passivity,
but ought to spur the local government
to take action now to make Barbadians
tourist-minded so that when the new
Argonauts and new Vickers Viscounts are
flying along Caribbean air lanes Barbados
will be classified with the major tourist
earning islands and will be a very strong
link in the chain of B.W.1.A’s develop-
ment.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Alarms Me...

‘This Discovery Of Secret Agreements With The Whips

We Wan

4
.

tA Man At The
B.B.C. Who Can Stand Up}

| To Whitehall

ONE of the biggest jobs in
|Britain is waiting for
'when Sir William Haley’s suc-

someone By VISCOUNT HAILSHAM

different kinds,. which have be-
come one of the most popular
features not only of the ‘Third

jcessor is chosen for Broadcasting stand out for the ideals which it and Home but also of the Light

| House,
The B.B.C.’s_ Director-General
lis one of the least publicised yet

has hitherto set itself?
One advantage the B.B.C. will
possess, which, at least at first,

and Television programmes.
No sooner however were they
started than there was a chorus

| most. powerful figures in Britain, will be denied to its competitor, Of disapproval from party head-

jIn theory the servant of
‘board of governors, in practice

and political broadcasting, both

the will be the monopoly of religious quarters, and even from smaller

groups within the parties who

jhe gives tone and direction to the of them extremely popular items considered themselves inade-

jwhole policy of British broad-

| casting.

in a balanced programme.

Quite apart from the vexed

quately represented. .
It was very soon. discovered

| The B.B.C. is among the most question of sponsored broadcast- that the best radio personalities

jpowerful voices in the world.

ing, the relations between the

were not necessarily those most

None of the commercial chains iN corporation and the Government, favoured by the party Whips, or
the United States speaks with the and between the corporation and even those most prominent in

same
None of the Government-domin-
ated broadcasting systems of the
dictatorships has the same note of
independence.

There Are Two Main Tasks
| WHOEVER the new choice is
jhe will find a tough assignment

\ waiting for him when he slips into

jthe D.-G.’s chair at Broadcasting
|House, for he comes to the post
at the very moment when the
j}wlole future of British broad-
casting is in delicate balance.
One of the very first things he
will have to tackle is the rivalry

between television and sound
broadcasting, which often leads
to quite chaotic situations,

easy.
So enormous are the repercus-
sions of broadcasting on every
aspect of political life that the
B.B.C. officials are subjected to
constant pressures at all levels.
A Valuable Asset
HERE too the B.B.C. wants a
Director-General who knows his
own mind and is willing to fight

authority and purpose the two political parties are never public life.

Trust The Public

IT was not very long before
deputations from both —
were complaining to Sir William
Haley that the public were gain-
ing erroneous views about the
House of Commons and official
policies. ;

For a long time he stood fast
against this pressure, and at least

igainst organised pressure for the 8aved the existence of the pro-

interests of the public and
corporation os he sees them,

This was a sphere in which Sir
William Haley was particularly
uccessful, fighting manfully for
what he conceived to be right and
ready, if need be to withstand

when a good show put on by one himself.

is suddenly seen to be snapped
;up and taken over by the other.

valuable
D.-G, who gives in to

This is an especially
asset. A.

we grammes,

which was threatened.
More recently, however, secret
agreements with the Whips have
considerably curtailed the free-
dom of the B.B.C. to choose its
own broadcasting talent.
My advice to the new D.-G.

48 pressure from the Prime Minister Would be to bring all such agree-

ments to an end and trust the
public to support him in claim-
ing full editorial responsibility

It will be necessary for the new official or unofficial blandishment free of all political pressure. The

chief to take both sides by the

or intimidation would soon find

noise of switches being turned off

‘scruff of the neck and tell them the corporation right in the cock- is too gentle a sound to penetrate

they have simply got to work to-

zether, combining and channell-
ing correctly the potential capa-
{cities of both and assembling and
_canalising the personal talent
; »vailable,

Pressure of Politics

| BUT more important still will
2e the relations between the
‘corporation and the Governmemn,

pit of party politics.

Independent Can Speak

AS it is, he constantly has to
contend with the ignorance and
suspicion of the men in control
of the party machines,

The B.B.C. is one of the few
means whereby an ind@pendent
politician can still speak his own
mind even if it does not exactly

the Palace of Westminster. But
it is death to a broadcasting net-
work.

The ultimate truth, which the
new director must never be tired
of proclaiming, is that broad-
casting is a distinct art, different
from public speaking, different
from writing in the newspapers.

It Has Its Faults

POLITICIANS who seek to

‘nore especially as the proposal correspond with the official party draw the analogy of the Press or

‘o establish sponsored television
s likely to lead to a parliamen-

line, and both parties maintain
more or less secret organisations

the platform have failed to study
the basic technique and the basic

ary dispute more or less on and pressure groups to prevent economics of their subject

arty lines. this happening if possible, as well We all know that the B.B.C
The new OD.-G, is certain to as to ensure that the party view has its faults. But n other
»e Subjected to aimost continu- is not swamped by that of the broadcasting network is the

sus pressure from different poli-
ical quarters.

' Are the new stations, for in-

ance, to begin operat'ons tefore forums.

che B.B.C. itself is allowed to
offer the same degree of variety
1s Was contained in its pre-war

rogrammes? What action is the render them harmless from their pf
if the sponsored own point of view and therefore pri

}.B.C. to take

tation steals away its most prom-

sing talent and programmes?

If the corporation should find,
las it believes it will, that spon-

cred television lowers the stan-
, dards of public taste, is it to make

‘oncessions in order to maintain

, ‘8 viewing figures, or is it to
| Se ene =

Hassan, Coming

| Middle East

Ky & Special Correspondent
BASRA, Iraq.
At 500 m.p.h. and at



over Baghdad. And at Basra

j tadio station, Hassan Selman, a

22-year-old Arab radio mechanic,
| ingered entranced by a_ radar
instrument,
| His brown eyes shone in his
he had played his part, small as
t was, in a Comet’s flight across
,'raq, the land where first they

ld of the Magic Carpet.



ration
ent.

removed from a

The ancient minaret wired for a
“ecorded muezzin; the desert Arab

t his radio; at every point in the

Middle East there is this clash

hetween the medieval and the
| ,odern,

Hassan belongs toa new class
| “cadily growing throughout the
; Mast. The skilled fadesmen as
{distinct from the _ traditional
teraftsmen and foreign-trained

{technicians who returned to be-
specialists.
| He is the man with the spanner— tt

the himself.

ome managers or

mething quite
j Middle East,

novel in

{ Yet within one generation Has-
| an and his fellows have emerged

j with an identity sufficiently dis-
‘inetive to merit a political tag.

she Young Effendi,
parallel in Europe's
history, Tradesmen there evolved
with industry, Hassan as a
tradesman emerged from the
wastes.

I 35,000
feet altitude, a Comet jet airliner
| flew recently on a proving flight

ronzed face at the thought that

t For

lassan himself is only one gen-

j desert
;
|

other side.

An interesting example of this
is the history of the political
Sir William Haley only
just managed to save these from
the party bosses, who would have
liked to destroy them or at least

flat and uninteresting from every-
one else’s,

When the B,B.C. was at last
able to break through the sound
barrier imposed by the complete
ban on all political controversy,
it succeeded in organising un-
scripted political discussions. of

Hassan’s father was a member
of a camel police force maintain-
ed by a local sheik. When he
wants to write to his son he goes
to the nearby village scribe to
have his letter written for him.

Hassan himself has patiently
learned to read and write an odd-
ly stilted English as well as his
classical Arabic, The oddness of
his English expression results
from his almost exclusive study
of English scientific text books.

Radio Mechanic

From his village school, whose
syllabus is mainly Koranic, he
was picked out at twelve years
of age to be sent to a secondary
school in Basra, At 18 he was
selected by competitive examina-
tion to train at Government ex-
sense as a radio mechanic. Now,
it 22 he’ is earning 22 dinars a

30 to 80, and a labourer’s 7 to 10
a month. (One dinar equals £1)

Vito compared with a doctor’s

On first acquaintance he is not

progressive

countrymen; he is
trying

too hard to Westernise

He has an adolescent
brashness, He dresses in West-
ern style, wears an open-necked
{shirt and slacks, and at night he
pputs orn a rainbow-coloured tie,
‘His flowing robes and khufiyah
theadwear he has long discarded.

te convivial as many of his less

He has no;‘How, he asks, can you work in
industrial, ‘them at a bench?

| That same realism is his best

protection against Communism.

The Communist party is outlawed

His importance though is ines- jin Iraq, Its underground strength

crimable.

From her oil revenues—some
£40,000,000 this year—Iraq is
planning vast modernisation

ischemes. But oil, the source of

‘apital wealth, provides neverthe-:

less jobs for only 100,000 Iraqis,
1ostly unskilled labour, The new
~hemes will only work success-
fully if the Young Effendis can

tapply the mechanical “know-how”

} of the trades they are so tenac-
usly acquiring.

What is he like, this Young
Effendi? Look at Hassan; he is
typical, At first, trainee trades-
ren were drawn only from the
city; lately they have been com-
ing from that tough reserve of

is probably less than that in any
other Arab country. But some
fanatics slink around the bazaar
coffee houses patronised by the
Young Effendis. They do not
make much impression on Hassan,
an ardent Nationalist.

He is pro-British, He knows
ithat it Was the British who created
his country out of three neglect-
ed provinces of the Ottoman Em-
pire at the end of World War I.
It vras_ British instructors who
ensured that the examination
which gave him his chance was
fain. And now it is British in-
structors who teach him his trade.

With surprising insight, Hassan
explained to me why he was

human beings, the desert Arab. usurping a sheik’s importance in



Our Readers Say:

A Warning

To The Eaitor, Th: Advocate
SIR,-——In Nobody’s Diary of your
issue of 4th October the writer
states that a parade of religious
wares up and down the streets is
more constructive than the notice
on the Cathedral door warning
j Anglicans not to marry Roman
Catholics. What nonsense! I sup-
pose that if Barbados were trans-
| posed into the centre of Italy and
| read a notice on some R.C
church door warning R.C.’s not
to marry, say, Communists, your

we
we

corraspondent would decry the

notice.

Surely the reason for the notice is
obvious to the thickest head. The
author of Nobody’s Diary must
be aware that a marriage between
an R.C. and a baptized Christian
of another denomination is strictly
forbidden by the Roman Hierarchy
unless the non-R.C. agrees that
all the children of the marriage
shall be baptized and, brought up
as R.C.’s. The R.C. is bound to
pray and do everything he or she
easonably can forthe conversion
of the other to the R.C. faith. It

an Of



prestige or authority of our own.
Politicians and others who seek
to dismantle this edifice or tam-
per with its integrity are bent on
dissipating a priceless national
asset. .
The freedom and independence
the Press depends upon its
vate ownership, untrammelled
by censorship or interference.
The freedom and independence
of British broadcasting depends
upon the maintenance of the
power and authority of the B.B.C,
under a fearless Director-General
Supported by an unprejudiced
board of governors. —L.E-S



Th

Iraq's swiftly-changin,
soma. y ging pattern of

From the Queen of Sheba's time
until almost yesterday, Arab com-
mercial life Copeman on slender
lines of camel caravans, The
sheiks kept the desert peace,
guarding those threads from
marauders,

In Hassan’s lifetime the cara-
vans have been replaced by lorry
convoys across asphalted desert
roads; airliners carry the mer-
chant princes between cities, And
now it is Hassan who watches
over the trade routes — with a
Spanner instead of a rifle.

Political Uncertainty

Untutored, he has worked out
his political opinions for himself.
He has no landmarks of political
tradition to guide him. He has
nc trade union to back him, and
no political spokesman, He feels
insecure which is perhaps why he
yearns for “strong” government—
‘strong and brave” government,
Hassan called it — but that only
indicates his political uncertainty,

His talks with his fellow trades-
men are mainly about engineer-
ing; electronic terms fall strange-
ly among throaty Arab cadences,
But unity of interests and con-
stant associations at work and in
leisure time may bring the Young
Effendis of age politically faster
than their own politicians appear
to expect,

In Arabic endi means “Mis-
ter’, a potentially prophetic label-
ling. Hassan eould become a
nation-wide personality—a figure
which has never before enereed
in Arab history—that indefina Is
character referred to by the We:
as The Man in the Street.

At mt the chances are that
he will look to Britain for his
political ideas as well as his en-
gineering training. He shares the
bitterness of many Arabs regard-
ing Britain’s former Palestine pol-
icy, but he knows that his inter-
ests coincide with those of Britain
—who desires also to see in Iraq
a stable, oe state.

It assan's nds, strong
slim, and sinewy, that first attract
attention. In Hassan’s hands lies
much of Iraq’s future. They look
capable, swiftly-learning hands
even as they put together a radio
set.



is also strictly forbidden that any
other religious ceremony should
take place except the R.C. cere-
mony. Small wonder therefore that
the notice was—mailed to the
Cathedral door.

.

What a pass we are come to that
the Anglican Community should
be twitted for maintaining the
right by one who we can presume
is a member Of a religious faith
which, having the political power,
in Columbia—only a few hundred
miles from Barbados—is actively
hunting and slaughtering Protes-
tants.

Yours faithfully,
PROTESTANT.



~ WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 8, 1952

DIARIES! DIARIES! |
Collins Pocket and Desk Diaries |



AUCTION SALE OF THE
CENTURY ?

(From THOMAS CLAYTON)
CAIRO,

Squads of Egyptian civil servants are at
present working a 10-hour day preparing a
bizarre catalogue for what may be history's
most fabulous auction sale—that of the

contents of Farouk’s palaces. oe

The Egyptian Government is considering
the suggestion of holding this auction next
winter, If General Naguib agrees, adver-
tisements will be inserted in the Press of
Europe, the United States and Russia, and
special flights will bring in bidders.

Catalogues for the sale will be as thick as
a family Bible. They will read like some ex-
travaganza prepared for a Hollywood film
king’s super-epic. In them will be listed
treasures of the ancient world, gems, ari
masterpieces, as well as junk more fitting for
a seaside boarding house.

Number one sale would be at Kubben Pal-
ace in Cairo. This is the palace which British
tanks surrounded in the war to force Farouk
to accept a British-nominated premier—par-
adoxically the Britain-hating Nahas.

Through its enormous iron gates bidders
will pass into the palace with its bewilder-
ing, colonnaded, miles of corridors. In the
recreation room, looking as desolate as a the-
atre after a gala first night, they may fina
evidence of the Farouk Europe knew well,
Farouk the great gambler.

In his gambling rooms are playing cara
packs by the hundreds, illustrated on the
back with nudes of flamboyant proportions,
shiny chromium roulette wheels, a thousand
ivory dice, elegant eighteenth century
backgammon tables and three lonely-look-
ing hand-carved sets of ivory chessmen, a
gift from a Chinese mandarin to Farouk’s
father.

In the ante-rooms will be piled lots of list-
ed clothing, miscellaneous; hundreds of suits
made by Farouk’s Scottish tailor, silk pyjam-
as, nylon underwear, 1,500 ties all mono-
grammed OF, linen handkerchiefs together
with damask tablecloths, not in dozens but
hundreds.

For Farouk’s privy purse keeper shopped
on a gigantic scale. Tooth-paste tubes, 250,
and razor blades, 2,000, may be lying in a
corner on one of the carved imitation Shera-
ton chairs also up for sale.

And bidders will have a chance of seeing
the ingenious reflecting mirror system by
which Farouk could keep watch on his
‘safes rgom’ from his bed.

The ‘safes, including one big enough to
serve as a vault, and a German safe which
Farouk ‘won’ (to use an army phrase) from
a German bank in Cairo during the war, wilt
comprise job lots,

In these safes Gen. Naguib’s officers found
jewels worth millions of pounds; the lots and
their descriptions will sound like transla-
tions of exotic Persian poetry; they will in-
clude pearls, rubies, emeralds, star sapphires,
amythysts, topaz.

Gemologists are now valuing them, but it
is certain that only prospective buyers with
special permits will view them, Many are
unset and many are in tasteless settings
chosen by Farouk himself.

On a safe, bidders may see a small unlist-
ed box, one of the boxes of Syrian sweet-
meats given away at his wedding feast when
he married Narriman. z

In the vast music room—the main auction
room—may be a jukebox, cheerfully vulgar
as a seaside arcade, where it would look
more at home. One can almost hear the auc-
tioneer saying: “What am I bid for this fine
jukebox still working?”

If his assistant presses its Button Four,

bidders will hear a recording of “My Love
for You Makes me Weep and Wail,” one of
the box’s twelve recordings of American hit
songs. s

Beside it is likely to be an organ, an an-
cient gramophone and pianola badly in need
of tuning.

A lady-in-waiting’s boudoir is — to be
stacked and listed with soulless efficiency)?
filigree love charms. From there bidders will
wander into the last thing they ever expected
—a completely equipped dentist’s surgery.

The catalogue will be a mirror of Farouk’s
mentality. Job lots will list such things as a
chemical ‘stinks’ set, two cheap-type Geiger
counters labelled ‘Measure nuclear energy
yourself,’ 75 pairs of binoculars, 15-inch long
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less relics from the days of the Pharoahs, SMOOTH eee titidaibersiue
some decorated the house he had specially " Garden Peas n
built as a replica of an ancient Egyptian SMOKE ble plas

home at the foot of the Great Pyramid. These
treasures of Egypt are being returned to the
museums.

From alabaster, Farouk had had carved
many nude statuettes; they may be thrown
in to make a job lot with the keep-fit ‘row-
ing’ apparatus he bought but evidently never
used to keep his figure in bounds.

What could such an auction realize? This
garish Aladdin’s cave sale could raise mil-
lions, but it is hard to predict what bids may
be forthcoming.

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gested that they should become national
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Kvidence Taken In Panama Estates Chancery Suit

FURTHER EVIDENCE
CONTINUES TODAY

FURTHER evidence was taken yesterday by
Lordship the Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore in the
Panama Estates Chancery Suit in which the five planta-

BIFOCALS

By NEVILLE SCHULER,
0.D., D.Se

Woman Charged With
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ventor of bifocals, was the sam

TWENTY-TWO-YEAR-OLD, domestic servant Eulese Person who ‘said “unite or die"

with reference to the policy of

Pieper te a dans Martin of Bulls Alley, St. Michael was yesterday remand-. jLojaticn in certain trite
— Lascelles, Trents, Colleton, | Mount Prospect and ed until October 10 by His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Burope—the ‘powder kee of his-
our Hills, in this island, are the subject of a dispute Acting Police Magistrate of District “A”, after she was ‘FY. The introduction of novelty
nen members of two Societies of Barbadians in charged by the Police with the murder of Leslie Moare usually aaoom with teeigtanion
anama ’ ecause ni mpoops are always
ee Bate . : : a fisherman of Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy. in the majority in organised
Four witnesses including Reginald Oscar Carrington, The charge stated that the offence was committed 6m’ society. Minds have become so

one of the plaintiffs in the suit, gave evidence yesterday

a : October 4.
regarding the acquisition of the plantations, and their .

BODILY HARM

ill conditioned that when some.
one acts just natural he is con-





New Cost Of
Living Index

}
was |

A Resolution for $3,580
yesterday agreed to by the |
Legislative Council to cover ex-|
penses in connection with the |
preparation of a new Cost of
Living Index

The addendum to the Resolu- |

tion states that the amount is

meet expenses in connection with |

the processing and tabulation of |
the matarial, which is being pre- |
pared locally by the University |
College of the West Indies, for the |
determination



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present “bad” condition.

10.30 a.m. when another witness will give evidence on

behalf of the plaintiffs,

The case is being heard on
amended pleadings in which are
Set out threo separate suits in
respect of the estates according
to the date of their acquisition,
but which are being heard as one
consolidated action.

In the original pleadings, the
plaintiffs were Hugh Mostyn Best
et al against Percy Georgé Seales
et al as defendants, After prelim-
inary legal argument between
Counscl on both sides, His Lord-
ship ruled that the pleadings be
amended, and the plaintiffs bring
separate suits in respect of ihe
estatis to be heard as one con-
solidated action.

The present Bill of Claim is
the same as in the original suit,
and in it the plaintiffs claim that

the share to which they are (n-

titled and in the said estates,
both of capital account and on
the income account, may be

ascertained by the Court, and for

that purpose all necessary ac-
counts and inquiries may be
taken and made; payment and

transfer by the defendants to the
plaintiffs of what shall be found
due to the plaintiffs in respect
of the said estates; the appoint-
ment of a Receiver; and that the
plantations may be managed by
the Receiver under the direction
of the Court.

The three suits in respect of the
five estates are now between
Reginald O. Carrington and Percy
George Seales and John R. Scan-

tlebury in rcspect of Colleton,
James Gustavus Connell, plain-
tiff and Percy George Seales and
Charles Clifford Skinner, in
respect of Trents and Lascelles
and Hugh Mostyn Best, plaintiff
and Percy George Seales and
George McDonald Harris, in

respect of Four Hills and Mount
Prospect.

Mr. W, W. Reece, Q.C., Solici-
tor General, instructed by Mr.
H. L. Thomas, Solicitor of the
firm of Messrs. Carrington &
Sealy, is representing the plain-
tiffs. Mr, G. H. Adams, instructed
by Mr. W. O. O. Haynes, Solicitor
of the firm of Haynes & Griffith,
is representing the Defendants.

teginald Carrington, one of the
plaintiffs in the Suit in respect
to Colleton Plantation, the first
to be acquired, said that in 1941,
he arrived in Barbados, along
with two other Barbadians in
connection with purchasing Col-
leton plantation.

He represented. the Barbados
Progressive Society of Panama,
while the defendants, Percy
George Seales and John R.
Scantlebury represented the Soci-
ety known as the Barbados Pro-
gressive Society of Colon. On
behalf of his Society he brought
a cheque for $12,000 while ths
other two brought a cheque for
$25,000.

Drew Up Agreement

Together they drew up an
agreement, and jointly purchased
the estate known as Colleton in
the parish of St. Peter.

Other estates were bought sub-
sequently out of the profits of
the estate, together with other
funds forward to their Attorney
in Barbados.

He said that since the purchase
the estates; His Society has
no account of their

of
received
running.

The ofher witness gave evi-
dence regarding the present con-
dition of the estates and said that
they are all in a “bad condition,
and do not appear to be worked.

Another witness said that part
of the machinery on some of
the plantations has been disposed
of, while Mr. Haynes, a form*1
manager of Lascelles told the
Court that he has had to borrow
money to run the estate, and
there were times when he could
not get his salary. It was for
that reason he had given up the
management of the plantation.

Further hearing continues this
morning at 10 o’clock.

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. BARBADIAN cyclists did weil

Enrolled In at the All Stars Cycle ana Ath-

P letic meeting in Trinidad Mr.

J John Hoad, Manager of the Hoi-

St. Peter born. cycle and atheltic team

Twenty lad . told an Advocate reporter yes-

the St Peter's Parish Choe at terday” afternoon after arriving

Sunday afternoon to form the {fom Trinidad by B.W.I.A., with

second Church Lads’ Brigade 12 members of the Holborn team.

Company in St. Peter. All Saints _ The other two members of the

Church ‘has already got a com- team—Ronald Andrews

and

pany. David Grant both, cyclists—will
Four of the lads were enrolled be returning later while John
as officers. They, unlike the Skinner, Joyce Marshall, R. Seaiy

others in ‘shorts of military serge and Lyle Carmichael are expect-
and white shirts, wore long pants ed today.
and carrie@ canes. The enrol- Mr. Hoad said that when the
ment was performed by the Rev. team arrived at Piarco they were
Father Ullyett 6f St. Stephen’s given a grand reception by the
Church, An inspection ‘of the Messrs. F, DePeiza and Long and
company was made by Major G. other members of the All Star
Rocheford, Battalion command- Club. On Friday morning, the
er of the C.L.B. day after they arrived in Trini-
dad, the members of the tearn
FOUICE BAND CONCERT visited the track only to find it
The Police Band under Captain sodden. Some of the boys how-
C. E. Raison is expected to hold ever managed to put in a little
a concert at St. Peter’s Parisn practice.
Church on Sunday afternoon. It .
will be ‘the second concert the When the) meeting opened on
Band will be giving at that Saturday the track was. still
church, heavy but the eee
claimed a big share in the hon-
PLANTERS PESSIMISTIC ours. He said that the big fea-
es TMY Sih. “aiite > ac ture of the first day's racing was
ote bea Week was mark- ie splendid ladies’ half mile
y showers of rain
almost daily, planters of St, Which Joyce Marshall of Barba-
Peter are still pessimistic about 40s won with a stupendous effort
their 1953 crop. from British Guiana’s Jean Per-
They say that weeks of steady ry with Beatrice Clarke third.
heat have put their crop so far Heavy rains fell for about half
back that even with weeks of an hour during the programme
steady rainfall now, canes will and this caused some of the
still be far below the standard of events to be cut off. Another
the last ‘crop, victory went to Barbados when
“Some fields of canes in_the Len Hoad rode away convincing-
parish are simply hopeless. They ly from the field to win the one

are not even good fodder”, mile Class B. He rode well de-
a planter said. spite a heavy track. Tony Moore
EXPLOSION came in second and D. Thomas

iniriitehieduetee tein third in the one Mile cycle race
“Silver Stream”, a_ residence for B.1. Athlete David Inniss who

at Road View St. Peter was won his heat for the 100 yards

slightly damaged early on Sun- sprint did not place in the final.

day morning when an explosion

took place under the cellar. It is Second Day

the residence of Coleman Grif- On the second day the same

fith. No body was hurt. Investi- conditions prevailed on the track

gations are being made. but again the Barbadian cyclists

lived up to their reputation.
BRAS EE RTAPES —_ Compton Gonsalves of Trinidad
Sonte Of ‘the Toads of St. Peter

rode away with the half mile for
which are in disrepair were im- “A” Class



while John Skinner
passable when heavy showers of was third but Skinner came back
rain fell last week. Most of these to win the One Mile with Lyle
roads are in the outer districts Carmichael second and De Gan-
and the road leading to the Cole- nes third, and also snatched a
ridge and Parry School was also ¢hirg place in the Two Mile.

flooded, at certain parts making
In the Intermediate and B, Len

it difficult for school children to ‘
get to and from school. Hoad again scored another vic-
tory for the Holborn Club and

v © Barbados by winning the Three
Allocation Of Mile from H. Bates, L. Schuler



' who went to Martinique was
i ‘Ayp ed third.
Fund prov Tony Moore won the Two Mile

Council yes+ cycle race for Bi in the good time

The Legislative seven minutes end one second.

terday agreed to a Resolution to of : :
approve the allocation of tha “I think Joyce Marshall =
balance of the Stabilization Fund improved quite a lot and s :
fixed jn accordance with the am showed this on the second day 0
visions of section 10 of the T= the meeting when she won the
bados Fancy Molasses Produc- One Mile Intercolonial from
tion and Export Act, 1937. Beatrice Clarke but in the Two
Mile she moved too late and

Hon. J. Mahon asked the . b
Colonial Secretary if he could that's Pa ee oe ewe y
give any information as to when Clarke’ AD yy ov ge EO
the Government was likely to Joyce Mershall also

i ile Inter-
make a decision concerning the ond place in the Half Mile P
nea due to be collected by colonial on the second day. ae
Government under the Domestic race was won by Beatrice Clarke.
Sugar Agreement. Cane growers Commenting on the athletes,
were dissatisfied because they yr, Hoad said that the Trinidad-
had not so far received finak jan always knew that they had
payment as the factory Owners }otter athletes than those in
did not know whether they would Barbados, but they were surprised
have to pay the cess to Govern- at the ormance of O. Hill
ment or not. (Holborn Oe uae) who ran
The Colonial Secretary said in the 440 yards for men
that he did not have the in- second in 4d
formation off hand but would on the secon a Hoad said.
get it for the Honourable On the whole, Mr. bach
the meeting was a very succes

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Police Magistrate of District penalties of progressive thought

“A”, remanded until October 10, are recurrent
yesterday Euna Bromley of Reed It is a great pity that the mis-

Living Index.



Street St. Michael when she ap- tak:n idea of bifocals being AUTHORISED
peared before him charged with intended only for middle aged or ‘
inflicting grievous bodily harm elderly people should still be The Legislative Council yes- |

= James Slocombe on September promulgated by the “old fogeys"’
: in cculer science. Such ¢ is-
Set. Alleyne attached to Cen- yon idea ae develapen ine on
bate a ae 4 en on be= jnt erable prejudice in our mikist
é o ‘olice to the extent that a college youth
James Slocombe is still in hos- wearing one of these modern
pital suffering from the effects of bifocal appliances was asked by

PDOHODOOHDHP HHH PO OPHGHOSGS
a wound on his neck. He was ad- hi; medical adviser, “Who is the
mitted there on September 29. fo9) that fitted

When an Advocate reporter saw Su

terday passed a Bill to authorise
the Vestry of St. John to raise a
loan to establish a communal
bath and latrine at Gall Hill
St, John.





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you with ‘old \® x
y grr people’s glasses?” Which reminds
him yesterday he was sitting up us of the man who could not help |
in a bed in Ward 3, but he wasn't referring to his own image on |
doing much, peering into a mirror for the first |
FRAUDULENT CONVERSION. » tine, “Who is that creature with |

- . ‘ ~ the head of a jackass?” Huxley

Wilbert Chase, a labourer of also reminds us that “If men and '
Thornbury Hill, Christ Church, women were like mice, confronteJ ROYAL BRIERLEY
was yesterday placed on a bond with the problem of adult life and 7 DY :
for 12 months in the sum. of £5 parenthood after a few weeks of CUT CRYSTAL $
when he pleaded guilty before His life, or even like whales, after a $
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod, Po- couple of years, they could never At Your Jewellers $|



lice Magistrate of District a acquire the skills of body and $
of the fraudulent conversion Of mind that they now absorb from r g
£2. 1s. 8d. belonging to Egbert and contribute to the social , A De LI} fA ¢)
Maloney of Chancery Lane, heritage of the species.” Despite ¢ |

Christ Church. Huxley's statement, there are still
The offence .vas committed on many mice and whales to be
October 4. Maloney told the court found in human society.

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that on October 4 he sent the des When we take the psycholog.cal St. ¢
fendant to a Mr. Andrew Evelyn approach to ocular science as Whisk e
to collect £2. 1. 8. from him. distinet from the path which leads Ys 8
The defendant used to work with through the physics laboratory we Port, $ |
begin to realise that seeing is Sherry. §

nim on a truck.

jearning and that reading is an
He never saw

utterly artificial task that has to

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defendant Drinking $ |

the



until October 6 when he went to 4, learned by the individual. ] ’

his home. The defendant told him atavicr children who lack visual | \ and Cock- $ |

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notified the Police. hazard manner at the expense of Glasses j
Sgt. Alleyne prosecuted for the

coms) NLAVENA

————
COMPLETE RATION

i every other phase of seeing.
Police from information received

DISCHARGED.

The near point working tasks |
of those in pursuit of a scholastic

His Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith, career, of many engaged in in- |
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis- dustry and others following some
trict “A”, yesterday discharged clerical activity tend to condition
28-year-old labourer Arthur their vision to a circumscribed
Hinds of Martindales Road, St. area in order that they may
Michael, in the case in which he achieve in that area at a sacrifice





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was charged by the Police with of the clear distant vision iike Selling Agents For
robbery with violence. that demanded by a cricketer or |

Mr. F. G. Smith appeared on locomotive driver for instance. If BOOTS’ PURE
behalf of Hinds while the case for you see what we mean, then _ jt
the Police was conducted by In- becomes patent that the parasitic | { DRUG co.
spector Springer attached to Cen- tick on the cow’s back the worm |
tral Station, hardly leaving its hole (hence Offer

the term book-worm) both living |}! poorg SACCHARIN

PLACED ON BOND. in a circumscribed environment, TABLETS

Henry Jones of Tweecside Road, â„¢USt perforce develop _ some | Bots, of 1,000 us
ye ‘eke wediane ‘.4 marrow superiority in order tc! we ,

St. Michael, was yesterday placed Bots. of 100 , 1/6

perform efficiently in their closed
environment to the detriment oP BOOTS INSULIM
ever acquiring the visual per- | All Kinds

spective of a bird for example. |
Now l|ct us see what happens to | KODAK FILMS—AIll Sizes

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Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod for
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Tweedside Road, St. Michael.

His Worship Mr, EB, A. McLeod

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burden, and it is at this stage that |
the near point task of reading is |
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the blackboard as. clearly as he |

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CASE ADJOURNED A Very Large and Beautiful

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In the Court of Error yesterday, used to see it in lower schocl. To a :
Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery be more exact or statistically XMAS CARDS | a recreate
adjourned until the 28th of this minded, 25% of college boys find










month the case, Joseph Greenidge,| themselves in such a predicament;

appellant, and the Police, re-| 33% of University students: com- |

spondent. Application for ad-| @ On Page 6 } BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
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General, who is appearing for the |
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Mr. E. W. Barrow, associated |
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by Messrs. Haynes & Griffith, is |
appearing for Greenidge. |

Greenidge was fined £10 to be
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one and both days were well at- |
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$36,000 Voted For More Houses

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday concurred
in a Resolution for $36,000 to make provision for building

more Government houses,

and the removal, re-erectiOén and repair of others.

preparation of sites for them
One

thousand dollars is for the removal, re-ereciton and repai!
of houses and $5,000 for the preparation of sites.

The addendum to the Resolution -——

reads: —
The provision included in the
1952-53 Capital Estimates was

limited to the continuation of ap-
Ew works only pending the
lormulation of a programme of
Capital Expenditure for the next
five years as a result of an exam-
ination of the report on thé Fisea!
Survey of Barbados
2. The provision inéluded_un-
der items 3 and 4 of Head II o/
the 1952-53 Capital Estimates wa:
sufficient to enable the origina!
programme to be carried on for :
period of three months of thé pre-
sent financial year, while the
amount provided under item 5 was
a revote for the completion of the
1951-52 programme. This work
has now been completed.
3. Proposals for inclusion in a
gramme of Capital Expenditure
ior the next five years are stil!
ender consideration. Until a final
decision has been taken it is pro-
i to. provide the amounts
own in the Schedule to this
' Resolution in order that the hous-
tng scheme may continue.

C. & W. Act
. Amended

A Bill to amend the Cable &






Wire! (West Indies) Limited
Act, was ye vy! pass-
ed . the Legislative Counej]
The ets and Réasons to the
B —

Phe t has been ad-
vise@. by the Secretary of State
for a J Golonies that the Over-
seas aph Rates from the
United gdom to Common.

wealth and foreign (lestinations
av eee 1088. from thc
hist ber, 1952, and that
similar inereases are justified in

the Overseas Telegraph Rate
Commonwealth territories
itherto certain intra Com-

monwealth rates have been fixed
in the Sehedule to the Act. This
Bill seeks to amend the Act to
provide that the Governor-in-
Executive Committee may fix the
rates. This amendment will obvi-
ate the nécessity for a Bill to
amend the Schedule to the Act
whenever those rates are altered.



U.S. Soil Expert
May Pay Visit

HIS Excellency the Governor
yesterday informed the Legisla-
tive Council that consequent on a
recommendation made by the
Scotland District Conservation
Board that the Barbados Govern-
ment should seek the advice of a
‘ompetent and experienced soil
conservationist as to ways and
means of effecting water control
and of minimising landslip and
surface erosion in the Scotland
District, the problem was ex-
plained to the Secretary of State,
who was asked to advise whether
't was a suitable subject for an
application for assistance under
the “Point Four’ programme of
the United States Technical Co-
»peration Administration or fron:
the Food and Agriculture Organ-
isation.

2. In May it became known
that Dr. H. H. Berinett, recently
retired Head of the United States
Soil Conservation Service and
generally recognised as the world’s
greatest authority on soil con-
servation, was willing to visit both
Barbados and Trinidad to advise
on soil conservation. This inform-
ation was conveyed to the Secre-
tary of State and the hope was
expressed that it would be possi-
ble to secure Dr. Bennett's ser-
viees, This was warmly endorsed
by Professor Fred Hardy of the
Impérial College of Tropical Agri-
culture who is familiar with the
problem in the Scotland District.

3. The Secretary of State has
enquired whether this Govern-
ment would be willing to pay the
sterling costs of Dr, Bennett’s
visit. It is not possible to estimate
these costs accurately since the
duration of Dr. Bennett’s visit will
largely be a matter for him to de-
‘ide. It is thought, however, that
he would be able to obtain suffi-
cient information in one month to
submit outline proposals of what
further investigational work (if
any) is required, and to recom-
nend what action is necessary. It
is estimated that the sterling costs
of a visit by Dr. Bennett for one
month would be of the order of
$800.



The Honourable the Legis-

RATES OF EXCHANGE | +.



lative Council is invited to ap-
OCTOBER 7, 1952 7
NEW YORK prove that a reply be sent to the
73.1/10% pr. Cheques on Secretary of State to the effect
Sigh oF 71 4/10% pr ‘hat this Government is willing to
’ Demand Drafts 71 2/10% pr. eet the sterling costs of Dr. Ben-
73 1/10% pr. Cable nett’s visit.
71 6/10% pr. Currency 69 9/10% pr
: Coupons 69 2/10 pr
Om pr ie 20% pr
Cc. A
<0 Ge eaetiee oe MAIL NOTICE
Bankers 78 7/10" p
. Demand Drafts 78.557 pr Maiis for Quebec and Montreal by the
Sight Drafts 178 4/10% p M.V. Canadian Challenger w.li be c ose:
80 6/10% pr. Cable Py uo habs at_the General Post ice as under:—
â„¢ 1/10% pr. Currency 771 2/10 % pi Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at
‘ tues. ces Coupons 1 5/10% pr. 8.3 a.m. Mail at 10 a.m
30% pr. Silver 20% pr fO-DAY, 8th October, 1962



Income Tax Rates Fixed

The Legislative Council yester- other matters in connection with

day agreed to a bill to settle the | the levying of the tax.
rateg of Income Tax for 1952 and
to make provision for certain Act are: —

Of évety complete dollar of

taxable income up to $ 480 at 2% cents
Qn every complete dollar of
taxable income beyond $ 480 and up to $ at 5 cents
do do 960 do 1,920 at 10 cent
do do 1,920 do 2,680 at 15 cent
do do 2,880 do 3,840 at 22% cent
do ¢ 3,840 do 4,800 at 27% cent
do io 4,800 do 8,400 at 37% cents
do do 8,400 do 12,000 at 47% cents
do do 12, do 24,000 at 60 cents
do do 24,000 do at 75 cents

Hon, V. C. Gale said that it was| handicapped through the lack of

vety unfortunate that the rates| such knowledge.
were not published earlier, Busin- |
ess people liked to know what, Hon. Colonial Secretary said it

| was regrettable that the

were not ready before.

the rates of income tax would be
at an earlier date and many were

This powerful Morris Six Is







Lisson to the man who drives a \'
power, valve-it-head engine \)
w@h plenty more in reserve. ||:
s@iakes journeys an ubruified (1:
seating gives lounge-casy trave! |
off Gee reatfill silence of this fine

Let vi give youu istration drive

six, He'll tél) you ofa 70 horse
leashes a flood of power —
tress that torsion-bar springing
leasure } that within-wheelbase

sengers, He'll tell you, too,

mol w owes

SIN
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.

Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504

The rates of Taxation under the

rates



Pass $4,691 To citing:
Trinidad Leading

Supplement
Estimates

$4.691 to supplement the Esti- Trinidad and Barbados yesterday, At the start of the race there
mates 1952-53 under three Heads, Trinidad had scored 19% points was a very light north wind KRUSCHEN = | healthy growth, strong bones and teeth
Customs, $3,672, Public Market, “2d Barbados 16. plowing across the course ahd | =—and resistance to illness.
$259, and Income Tax and Death The Trinidad yachtsmen gave this continued throughout the brought a happy chang i
Duties, $760. a ince wen eer per- race. However all the boat atthe anfterin trots tntke ulin | Made from purest halibut oil, cleverly blended
7 di - Cus 3 ormance ven 5 were « g star ors . be a — j Beg f :
The amount for Customs is on Santie idasees sad Pete Kin, were off to a good start. complaints, this man writes to | with the juice of ripe oranges, it is rich in
account of Ex-gratia refund of |. : . r 6 The yacht T/K 48 was dis- c brough hag
who skippered yacht T/K 45 t ’ aa 8 tell us how Krusechen brought | Vi ins A and D and 80 deli taste that
Customs Duty and Package Tax. pict place yesterday at the ¥. ht qualified for striking another | about a “‘cémpleté transforma- itamins 4 an end so Celicious in
In the notes referring to this it Giyp e yes Q e Yacht boat. The fastest lap of the race eo igre prt md gave hifm back | the most finicky youngster takes
is stated: Ya was done by T/K 36 Fury which | the joy of living :+-— | oie
(1) Refund of Customs Duty skippered — Trinidadia sccone Was under the command. of Up to a month ago, I Had | it with delight.
and Package Tax amounting to Roddy Bynoe and Mr Pauj Messrs Tom Wilkinson and Dick satire Salim’ Gon manor } Incidentally, it’s fine for grown-
7 id i Ssrs : ; 3 disorder, sc . ‘ism,
$3,671.81 paid in error by Messrs Tennyson, third was yacht T/K stokes. and 1 séiebally felt off-eoloar, | ups too!
Barbados Product Limited on 200 49 under the command of Messrs As the race progressed there | 1 was constantly tifed. I tried
bags of almonds which were im- Teddy Hoad and Tony Hoad, were. some exciting tacks be-| Many remedies but without effect
ported, processed into Marzipan fourth was T/K 35 under - WK 5 until .' gave Kruschen. Salts a
and bs tly re-exported i ‘ : er tween T/K 40 and T/K 45 while! trai. In four weeks Kruschen
Mi ; Sreasite tia Product Limit- vee gag gat ar Pio T/K 47 with some steady sail-| hes brought about a complete
Messrs. Ba as cts Lit Perkins and Jackie Hoad, fifth ing was well ahead of T/K 35./ transformation. I once more feel
ed have been granted a license to was T/K 37 skippered by At the northern mark the boats | it is good to be alive.""—S.V.N. THE NICEST WAY OF TAKING HALIBUT OIL

manufacture in bond and in ac-

Trade Act, 1910-4, duty is not

At the

end

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



1 of the first Yacht
The Legislative Council yester- Race ‘in the Second Intercolonial
day concurred in a Resolution for séries of Tornado races between

Messrs George Mason and John
ordance with section 70 of the Murray, sixth T/K_ 36 skippered

by

Messrs Tom Wilkinson and

payable on articles which are en- Dick Stokes, seventh was T/K

tered into bond and subsequently
re-exported.

The amount under Public Mark-
et is for hot water supply. The
notes state —

(2) the amount of $600 which
is provided in the Estimates under
this item is paid at the rate $50
per month to the person who un-
dertakes to supply wood, provide
hot water for the butchers’ re-
quirements and clean the furnace
at the Publie Market.

On the 11th of November last
year it was necessary to remove

the water heater for repairs; the pared

into use as_a temporary measure

a considerable amount of wood
additional to the
supply to heat the water to the

required tem

38

TK 35
'/K 36
T/K 38
T/K 40 (B)
T/K 37 (T)
T/K 45 (T)
47 (T)
48 (T)

(B)
(B)
(B)

T/K

BIFOCALS

@ From Page 5
with 2%

) asic

skippered by Messrs
Bladon and Marcel

Wicks
Mins Secs Mins
78 18 32
40 19 31
39 51 32
36 10 32
36 55 32
35 09 32
35 19 32
39 25 31

John

and

8

. . when he harks
substitute heater which was put },ck to kindergarden!
2 - ; To put a pair of glasses on these
was of very much heavier ma~ | hijdren of circumstances in order
terial an@ consequently required jnat they may see the blackboard
learly again, without paying due

needs,

normal daily ;itention to their other and more
scholastic

n is only
rature. The addi- |jrcing them to (make a greater

tional expenditure incurred by the caerifice at distant seeing so that

contractor in providing the extra ;,ey may retain a comfortable
quantity of wood during this ; ear-point vision of reading. In
period was $59. ther words, the second state is

The original water heater was ,,ade far worse than the first,
restored to service on the 20th which may be likened to the

of December. Since it has been wined pet being given its freedom

repaired more wood than former-
ly is required

during last December from $14.85

citer a lifetime of confinement in
in addition the « gilded cage with all immedia”
price of fire wood was increased |

a ton to $16.45 a ton. The result cuter world and the pitiful return

is that the contractor is now out
pocket to the extent of some
$13 a month,

It is now proposed: —

(a) to reimburse the contractor
for the additional amount of
wood supplied for the period 11th
November to 19th December,
1951; and

(b) to increase the rate of the

mtract by $13 a month from the
‘Oth of December, 1951.

of

eds provided for. The cruqty ay, of Sir George and Lady Seel BOTTLE You're wasting valu-

cf its sudden release into the 4 Sacred Concert will be held at] ¥ able power—and up to
the Society Chapel, St. John, on | 10% of the fuel you buy—if your car is

to its prison in many instances. Sunday next, October 12, begin- 3 AND KEEP | equipped with dey, aoe inaik plugs.
will possibly serve to make clear ning at 4 o’clock in the evening t the wrong type of plugs as
(, our minds the intended analogy. The Sacred Concert will be held % < | aa ¥ *
‘he ultimate requirements of the jn aid of Charity and the Prine'- % HANDY aa % By igniting all the fuel in the combustion
myope are met by, eo pal of Codrington College, Father] ¥ : } ae idee ee full-fiting spark deliv-
vhich provides a release to tha (~ A. Sayer, has been kind | @fs the full power built into your engine,
outer environment ee enough to lend the Chapel for the x On Sale at si Drug Stores % | Have your dealer install a new set of
tion is made for the safe return occasion an mS | able Champi

to close concentration at the read- % . % | dependable Champion Spark Plugs today.
ing point by restoring a two phase @ENTENARIAN DIES KNIGHT'S LTD. & | tirst on LaNo, ON Sea, IN THE AIR
vision without stress or strain-— anges te 5 og | ) ;
‘ar and near. Christian Kellman, who was| 4eeseseesssosesosesosss:

It may come as a shock to some considered one of the oldest liv-

The amount for Income Tax people, but near-sightedness or

nd Death Duties concerns the ; ,yopia does not exist in the eye®,

Office equipment and Furniture. j; exists in the mind and in the

ihe note to this states; —
(3) The
General)

Order, 1952,

Civil Establishment

Clerk and one Stenogrh

‘Typist. To accommodate

dditional staff additional furni-
‘ure will be required as follows: —
1 Typist’s

2 Desks, 2 Chairs,

writer.

In Touch With Barbados
Coasfal Station

CABLE & WIRELESS (West Indies)



dvise that they can now communicate

vith the following shi throu, eir
Marbados Coast Station: oe
S.S. Cercal, s.s. Willemstad, s.s
tlea, 8.8. Cavina, s.s.
tormacgulf, s.s.

Cot-
Cape Howe, s.s
Sapho, s.s. Buccaneer,

Gay, 8.8, Hornfels, s.s, Geneve, s.s, Argen
‘ina, 8.8, Steel Rover, s.s. Esso Stoc}

olm, 8.8. Port Chalmers, s.s. Urania II,

o.8, Uso, 8.8, Atlantic Refiner



+
q
;
4
:

vhole nervous make-up
hidividual
(Amendment) No, 5 1 eeds imposed by civilisation anc
which has been cnvironment.
pproved by the Legislature pro-
vides for the staff of the Incon.e
ax Department being increased conditio!
by one Inspector, one Long Grade
her and
this

The only method of providing
for a reversal of the nearsighted
m in our scholastic book
of the bjfocal

\vorms is by means
notwithstanding.

-detractors

conditioned

of
by

the

the

“Colombie” Arrives And
Leaves Sunday

The French liner Colombie ar-
Desk, 1 Typist’s Chair, 1 Type- :ived in port on Sunday afternoon
from Trinidad, Jamaica, Curacao

and Venezuela.

At Trinidad, fifty-two passen-
gers, including the Carib Bears/ druggist
basket ball team, embarked for
Barbados, while at Curacao and



\en

eighth was T/K 48 ;under_ the
command of Messrs Roger Hart-
l@y and Alex Kennie

rounded close together but the



The kidneys are the filters or





q






WEDNESDAY,

To. keep
ttle busy bodes

OCTOBER 8,

1952

ot

fit and active...

give them HALIBORANGE
every day

Trere’s NOTHING LIke 1T for building
up reserves of vital energy, promoting













Trinidadians continued to hold; «he human body, If they become
their lead until the end. sluggish, impurities seep into the
blood stream and the seed of
The times per lap for each} half-a-dozen common ailments is
yacht were as follows:— sown
i The setentific combination of
mineral Salts in Kruschen, quickly
ee Mins Secs Place Points restores the Kidneys to normal
oo 35 13 4 5 healthy action. The other excretory
3 33 11 6 3 organs also are stimulated so that
3 = -s 3 6 whe Shectively, AN Heapurition. and
6, 4 3 ectively.
. ae a4 4 Poinenous. waste are regularly Made in England by:
- expe.icc. nen aii ‘anisb—
n mn cg 7 | becomes’ a joy again, ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, E.2
3 lified Give Kruschen a trial yourself.
38 34 38 Disquali ave ar Li & : tos | TP?
tores } }
enes 2DDBOOVESSODOODIOISGOOG, | , ;
a 7 "8 | Winner of the 1952 Grand Prix of Turin, Italy, LUIGI VILLORES! says:
- “ i. ©
Crowded WHERE PAIN Full-firing CHAMPIONS get the last ounce
weary att te seabathine|? ~~ ASSATLS of power out of every drop of fuel”
beaches in this island were invad- ode
ed by holiday-makers on Monday %
(October 6). Bathsheba was ~ SS Here, on final lap of race,
crowded throughout the day.|Â¥ = Is the famous Ferrari car

There was dancing at. the Social
Centre.
Vehicles lined both sides of the

road and the policemen on duty
were kept busy, throughout the
day.

SACRED CONCERT



Under the distinguished patron-

ing persons in Barbados is now
dead. Christian, known to many
as “Ma Pet”, was 119 years old
and lived in St. Andrew, where
she died, for over 112 years.

PAINS of PILES

Stopped in 10 Minutes

It {a no longer necessary to suffer
pains, itching and torment from Piles
since the discovery of Myte® (formerly
known as Chinaroid), Hytex starte to
work in 10 minutes and not only stops
the pain but also takes out the swell!
ing, stops bleeding and combats nerve
Ineitation thereby curbing other trou-
bles caused by Piles such as Headache,
Nervousness, Backache, Constipation,
loss of energy, debility, and irritable
disposition. Get Mytex from your
today under the positive
guarantee Hytex must stop your pile
pains and troubles or money back op
return of empty package.



Venezuela another seventeen em- 9

bar!

When the Colombie left port on



Sunday night, forty-one passen-

gers embarked for_various ports.
s. Dorion, 8.8, Rosario, 4.5. Bally Holme There were 19 for England

Dominica and iu for Mar
the
Messrs. R, M. Jones and Co.,

Agents

for

Diamond Rings

A “4 for

inique.

de are LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Opie Lid. Bolton Lane

A WIDE RANGE
OF LOVELY PATTERNS
TO BRIGHTEN THE HOME

CONGOLEUM SQUARES





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3 YARDS X 34 YARDS
3 YARDS X 3 YARDS
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ALREADY MORE POPULAR THAN ANY OTHER

Sixty years of leadership in tyre- designers have developed from this fine

making have taught Dunlop that thete basic pattern a tyre that is entirely
NEW and IMPROVED. This tyre,

the brilliant B6, is now ready to set up

is no standing still—even the miost
successful tyré can be bettered.

That’s just what has been done to the
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_ people who

more people would be put on the should be provided to make it
"unemployment list. possible.
: Mr. V. B. Vaughan (1) said Phe Bill was eventually given

' Jarger buses, far outweighed the

WEDNESDAY, QCTOBER 8, 1952

ouse Pass Bill To

Amend Motor Vehicles
‘And Road Traffie Act

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY at their meeting yes-
terday, passed with an amendment, a Bill to amend the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act, 1937-16.

i$ Mr. F, L. Walcott (L) who took charge of the Bill, told

the House that the Barbados Gulf Oil Company Ltd. re-

: es the use of heavy vehicles and heavy equipment for

eir work and had requested that permits be issued to

the company under section 21 (2) of the Road Traffic Act
to carry loads in excess of the limits defined in the Act.

He said that all the Bill pro-
ded for was an amendment to
ant power to the Director of
ighways and Transport to issue
ecial licences’ for the use of
s equipment by the Gulf Com-
y. He pointed out however
t although the Gulf Company





infinitely small few who would
be put out of employment. He
believed that it would be more
economical to run larger buses
and could not see how it would
put a large number of people out
of employment.

Mr, F. E. Miller (L) said that
d asked for this permission, it the amendment according to the
d not apply to them alone. Bill was for the benefit of the
He said that there was nothing Gulf Company and he failed to
pntroversial in the Bill and he see why it should not be made
d not think it was necessary to for the benefit of everyone. He
peak in detail on it. The objects also was opposeq to giving the
reasons were quite explana- Director of Highways and Trans-
but if there was any aspect port power to grant the neces-
the Bill on which honourable sary licences for the use of the
hembers wanted any informa- special equipment.
he would be only too willing Mr. F. L. Walcott (L) said that
give it to them. He therefore the Gulf Company’s equipment
ed that the Bill be read a exceeded the maximum weight
econd time. of vehicles to be used on the road
i M. E. Cox (L) seconded in the island under the Motor
motion, He pointed out that Vehicles and Road Traffic Act,
vehicles to be used by the 19837 and the Company had
f Company would be above therefore approached Govern.
@ average weight as set out in ment in connection with the

Act and in case there was matter.
damage caused by these He said that there was nothing
Vehicles, the Company was quite in the Act which set out anything
Prepared to pay the necessary specifically for the Gulf Com-
_ expenses. pany. It should be clear to hon-
> The Bill was then given its ourable members that the Gulf
- second reading. Company was asking for the
- _In Committee, Mr. E. D. Mot- amendment in order that they

tley (E) enquired whether the may be allowed to use the ne-

Bill would make provision for cessary equipment.

wanted to import With regard to the question of

larger buses for the benefit of giving the Director power to

the travelling public. grant licences he said that as far
Mr. F. L. Walcott (L) said that as the Government was concern-

it was not the purpose of the ed, he (the Director) was the

amendment. What the honour- best. person because he had to
able senior member for the City look after the repairs to the
referred to had already come up roads and was the one. to say

before the Advisory Committee whether a certain type of vehicle
of which he was a member and if would create certain damage.
a similar application were made
steps would be taken to deal with _ Mr. E. D, Mottley (E) said that
the matter, he appreciated what the last
speaker had said but wanted to
Mr. E. D. Mottley (E) said that know why that last paragraph as
there were local investors’ who set out in the objects and reasans
were quite willing to spend was not a section of the Bill. The
money to accommodate the trav- paragraph said “Every licence
elling public by way of having will be subject to restrictions and
larger buses on the routes and he conditions one of which will be
hoped that this matter would be that the licensee will be respon-

dealt with as expeditiously as sible for repairing any damage
possible. caused to a road used by the
Mr. M. E. Cox (L) said that vehicle in respect of which the Ww

Barbados had an overwhelming licence is issued.”
population with many people un- Mr. C. E. Talma (L) wanted to
employed and to allow people to know if the Bill would only
import these larger buses, it operate in so far as the Barbados
would mean that quite a number Gulf Oil Company was concern-
of local builders would be put ed.
out of employment. Mr. E. W. Barrow (L) said that
They had to view the matter like the senior member for the
seriously, The building of buses City it would perhaps be desir-
provided a certain amount of
employment and as soon as they
encouraged the importation of
larger bodies for buses many

the objects ang reasons be made
a definite clause of the Bill, and
suggested that some _ regulation

that the advantage of importing its third reading and passed by





“Hot flashes” of change of life stopped

or strikingly relieved { /

in 63-80%" of the cases
in doctors’ tests!

Those suffocating “heat waves”
— alternating with nervous,

y pone -—— and accom-
ed often by restless irri-









functionally- caused distress
Middle life “change”!

5 ou want potas 2) from such suf-
. An a ces ee tet
et it. ef!
to ‘net Saat Lydia
medicines!



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sembly
(L)

of way

beaches to
needs

that

members, or



BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



In The Legislature Yesterday
COUNCIL

When the
met yesterday the
sages were laid

1) Re-appointrr
Fr. C

14, 1952.

Legisiative

Council
following mes

1ent of the Hon
Hutson as a member of the
Legislative Council for a further

period of five years from October

(2) Concerning the visit to Bar

bados of Dr. H.

H. Bennett, re-
cently retired Head of the United

States Conservation Service.

The following documents were
(1) Statement of the sum
to the
Accountant General by the Com-
Police during
quarter ended June 30,

(2) Report on Training for the

laid:

of money paid over

missioner of

1952.

Public Services of Barbados.

The following Resolutions were

passed:—

A Resolution for $4,691 to sup-
1952—53
Customs (Ex-
Customs
Public Market
and Income
Tax and Death Duties

plement the Estimates
under three Heads,
gratia refund of

and Package Tax),
(Hot Water Supply),

ment and Furniture).

A Resolution for $36,000 to be
spent to carry on the Government

Housing Programme

A Resolution for $3,580 for ex-

(Equip-

the

Duty

Govt. Spokesmen Kefute
Newspaper Allegations





pentes in connection with the 3 @ From Page t In regard re thir A )
preparation of a new cost of liv. as medically fit for admission to tant Coloni l Sesame, Mr. D. A
ing index the permanent and pensionable Wiles, the reference in the edito:
aahlon’ af tee woleme et on establishment. He was passed a3 ial to his “recent” appoin
Stabilization Fund fixed in ac- medically fit a third time on his is misleading. He was in fa
cordance with the provisions of transfer to Barbados, as Assistant appoiriied substantively to be an
ee ete oo Colonial Secretary in 1950. Assistant Colonial Secretary on
Act, 1937. : Evidence Of Fitness Sth October 1950 after having
The i following Bills were Since his arrival in Barbados he served in aA acting capacity
A Bill to settle the Rates of has given more than ample evi- since 11 May 1950, and has there-
Income Tax for the year 1952 and depce of his fitness to carry out fore completed more than two
to make provision for certain extra duties over a_ period of and a quarter years of most use-
St aeee out months. On the Ist of November, ful service in the courts. Bearing
A Bill to amend the Cable & 1950, that is just over a mont in mind his previous 15 years
Wirless (West Indies) Limited after his arrival in Barbados, he service and his intimate know

Act, 1939 (1939—4),

A_Bill to authorise the Vestry

of St. John to raise a loan te precipitated into the task of pre- ample for him to obtain thorough
firme 0 “aan Hill St. Jono. paring the annual estimates for “rasp of the duties of his present
A Bill to amend the Distribu 1951-52 and constrained to work post. The references in the
ES con He oR tae at well beyond the usual office oditorial of the 13th September
sage from His Excellency regard. hours collecting data and stetettrs concerning Mr, Wiles are at
ing the visit of a party of British ing the necessary background. strange variance with the weli
Couneil "apresh’ that the. Bi On October 1, 1951 he reverted deserved tribute paid to him in
should visit Barbados ’ to the post of Assistant Colonial an editorial in the same news-

The Council adjourned sine die.

was appointed to act as Financial ledge of the island,
Secretary and was immediately

Secretary (Establishment). 15th December 19%

at that time

paper on
when, he

his period of
service in the Secretariat has been

having

PAGE SEVEN
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of

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*
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cells,

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dust or flutf and is resistant to moths

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HOUSE Since then in addition to his
enly just comple led ve nths
normal duties and by no means ies oe ra Ronvee ahs ss
The House of Assembly met at amendment, a Bill to amend the the inconsiderable work involved od tl “ ae s % se
3.00 p.m. yesterday. Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic in the setting up of the Public && ated that “it is clear that his
Mr, F. L Walcott on behalf of Act, 1937, ‘ work has been of such creditablt
Mr G H Adams laid: The Civil The House passed “the Civil Bs- Service Commission, he has been standard that he , .
Establishment (General) (Amend- tablishment (General) Amend- largely instrumental in framing *“@"C*" ee eke a ees
ment) No, 8.Order, 1952. ment No. 7. Order, 1952. the comprehensive Leave Reg © mended for the substantive post.
Report on Training for the Pub- The amending Order seeks to prehensive leave Regu- The Government feels that it
lic Service of Barbados. increase the Civil Establishment lations 1952 and served as Sec- ,. ‘ 7 ,
: ; " : would be failing in its duty two
The following notices were by one Senior Clerk with a cor- retary to the so-called “Leave three officers who have given it
ag ga responding reduction in the num- Passages and Revision of Salaries ; : . a3 meta
r. F. L. Walcott for Mr. ber of Long ade Clerks, The a - wi. Sk : — devoted and distinguished service
Adams: Resolution to approve the Senior Clerk will hold the otftice Committee. This Committee as if it did not categorically den
Order entitled “The Civil Estab- of Currency Officer and I y- is stated in its report met 21 the yutat hich hé vine beer
lishment (General) (Amendment) holder at the Barbados Centre of times in just over two months ve Imputations which have been
No, 8 Order, 1952, This is to the British Caribbean Currency s J over ? ‘ " made regarding their fitness to
change the title of the Airport Board. and more than half of its meet~ Garry out any extra duties or
Manager to Controller of Civil The House passed a reply to ings were held outside the nor- ... i 1 + ' wo Pass
Aviation and Airport Manager. the Governor's Message No. 23/ responsibilities that may be im-

Mr. Cox for Dr, Cummins:

Res-

olution to make it lawful for the

Governor-in-Executive
tee to lease to the

Commit-
Vestry of St.

Andrew a parcel of land contain-

ing by admeasurement,
one rood,

six acres,
twelve perches,

situate

at Bellepiaine in the parish of St.

Andrew for the purpose of estab-
lishing a playing field,
Mr. Cox: Bill intituled an Act

to provide for the

importation

into this island free of duty fot
a period of one year, goods made

from sea Island Cotton.
Mr. F. L. Walcott
Adams:

for Mr,
A Bill intituled an Act

to make provision for the estab.
lishment of a Training Fund

These Bills were later read a
first time,
The House passed with an

Govt. Urged To Maintain
Rights Of Way To Beaches

MEMBERS of the House of As-
Mr. C. E. Talma
yesterday urged Government
to prevent the blockade of rights
beaches of
island, and to acquire sites on the
recreational
community as

led by

to the

meet the
of the
hole,

Members were speaking during
a five-mnute adjournment by Mr.
Talma to comment on replies by
the Government to questions ask-
ed by him in January regarding
‘numerous island-wide blockades
to Government Rights of Way or
access to the sea by the erection
of new buildings by private enter-
able to see that the last clause of prise.”

Government replied to the effect
not aware that the
erection of new buildings by pri-
vate enterprise had created num-
erous islandwide blockades in so
far as government rights of way
access to the sea were con-

it was



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Enquiries to :—

STOKES & BYNOE LTD.,

Agents

the

1952 relating to the proposed visit
to Barbados of a party of four
who are
carrying out a mission to certain

British Industrialists

Caribbean colonies.

The Message informs the Gov-
ernor that the House agrees with
the proposal that Barbados should
itinerary of

be included in the
the industrialists.

Mr, C,
journment of the House for
minutes to comment on
given by Government to
tions asked by him
blockades

buildings, 4
The- House adjourned
Tuesday next at 3 p.m,



cerned, There were only two
ing on private lands,

settled satisfactorily.

ermen in particular.

Leading off the discussion,

E. Talma moved the ad-
five
replies
ques-
regarding
to Government rights
of way to the various beaches of
the island by the erection of new

until

lated cases of fishermen trespass-
in order to
reach their boats, and those were

Government pointed out further
that it “intends to continue its pre-
a sent practice of acquiring Rights
of Way to the sea whenever it ap-
pears justifiable in the interest of
the public in general and of fish-

Talma drew attention to the lack
of rights of way on the beaches in

mal office hours, In the conclud-
ing paragraph of its Report the
Committee paid a special tribute

posed upon them which,
not refuted might

ious to them in

and

their

if

well be injur-
profession

to ag te Bryan, k quote. “With- as members of the Coloni; a
out whose prodigious industry Administrative Service or
and speed in _ presenting the Assistant

Colonial Secretary

relevant data the Report couid Barbados.
not have been completed within
the stipulated time.” More re-
cently he has been engaged on

re 7 public amends for
the Training Report which has tog statement publicly made.
been laid in this honourable In the House of Assembl;
chamber today, and perusal of Mr. E. D. Mottley (E) asked th:
it will indicate the large amount the
of painstaking work, much of it ben
done outside of office hours, which
has been put into the compila- ber for St.
‘tion and collation of its contents
and will testify to the thorough-

The
gret that the newspaper in que
tion has not seen fit to

efit of the House.

would
* the statement in the House.

Joseph

in
Government re-

me ike
an unwarran-

at

statement be placed in for the
He hoped
that fhe Honourable Senior mem-
place

The Deputy Speaker drew Mr
ness and clarity of thought and 4qam's abenuon that the House
ne of its author. 2. had given him leave to make

The writer of the editorial catement about the

with scant regard for accuracy, Fund.

referred to five assistant Secre- Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) said
taries. In fact _ there are three. that he did not see any connec-

iso- As he cout ‘easily have ascer- tions between the

tained from the official civil list joqe by the particular dail
or for that matter, from the newspaper on the efficiency
Advocate Year Book, public servant ind the actu



of the public servant

beaches, either in the presence of taining
Barbadians or visitors to the col-
ony, he would not be in favour of

private people acquiring property Hon. WwW.

on the beaches and setting them

aside to the exclusion o: Op=
a exclusion of the poy Dies
He felt that Government wher- The Hon, W. S. Monroe
Mr. ever possible should acquire suit- man of the Board of
able sites on the beaches of the W. S, Monroe & Co

of

; ‘ island to meet the recreational died in St. John
Christ Church, and the possibility needs of the community, and in on Monday.’ He was 80.
PB aap yan Beng on Mm ogee He on respect, he suggested Hey- W. S. Monroe, former Prime
aside as a private property, and woods and Sandy Lane beaches as Misilster of. the Dominion ‘of New
Stycast ine settee o Sidings Gosaible sites, foundland was the founder
even > > as i _ Wwe h
on this beach to the disadvantage Other members | supported: the Monroe Export Co., Newfound-

districts,

while he
misconduct and vulgarity on

how they can keep free from
coughs, colds and chest weak-
nesses. They take Cod Liver Oil.
SevenSeaS Pure Cod Liver Oil,
Nature’s finest food.

Cod Liver Oil is a recognised
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Mr, E. D. Mottley (E) said that
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baths, Elec ae gr ining ty o +1 : qT ublic t, , at iD & ul icant and T. x Vestry atm G. ye. eG 115 a et
offices 8286 Pop mi adjo! ODA alae ste 52- Jmee, Stee vEniurodD vi Parishioners se ono! Veaty, Ga ere i inh} ab120 Gold Signet Ring “
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re . ev: LOST Mion Bracelet FA ae OMRNEST ee 2 dgceased, Bis 2G. Pins. Md sall Gold Ring teay n Orwce . 18 CO., LTD.
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3 H. Mandeville 21, Archer 18. Bile Beans ¢
A GA I N SHA e Foundation ...0.0.0000.00...00 153 | constipation, : | RERDOONOONOOONDSAODOOOON SS.
: | O tri t { In 2nd Div Evelyn 31, Mr. Jones 31, Mr.) Setreng. other SSAA
’ ul r 1 Callender 24; L. Brancker 7 for | stomach, liver and
any (TRANS Lott tha-oond or] ) a © : 1 ee ’ : '
LAST SATL RDAY caw the conclusion of the eighth - 61 | ue 'S Li peewee UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES.
series of Intermediate games. Once again honours were COLLEGE vs LODGE | your energy and a
evenly divided between batsmen and bowlers. # 'THE E(GHTH SERIES of Second Division games came Pe ! feces a ee mm | } EXTRA-MURAL DEPARTMENT ‘
In the Wanderers-Y.M.P.C. match, Wanderers suffer- to an end last Saturday. Two teams gained outright vic- Lodge .......... rr hag: Fd you youthful, _sd- i | A Class on
ed a two to one defeat at the hands ot Y.M.P.C. On the tories, Central over Wanderers at Vaucluse and College ae a not out, W. } maired by al alaty | ore Ca tear by
first day of play. Y.M-P.C. had scored 227 taking the entire gained a surprising win against Lodge at the College; College (for 8 wkts). ....... 204) qrage THE ART OF WRITING
day to do so. Last Saturday, they dismissed Wanderers while the remaining games were left drawn. Sobers 80 not out, E. Batson| T@Ke | Bs
iwice for scores of 99 and 103, thus to win by an innings. The highest score of the day Jones 31, Evelyn 31, Mr. Callen- 51 not out., § A. E. DOUGLAS-SMITH, M.A.
rrisdk oo Aerio ates - ji vthall : was recorded in the College- der 24 were the chief scorers. Letter-writing, Committee minutes and reports, the Elements
at Satelates sean ave € * Lodge match by Sobers of Col- Bowling for Y.M.P.C., L. Braneker . h better than a laxative of English style, common mistakes in Grammar and punctu-
nn ; “Pickwick were dismissed ne legé:.who. Knocked up an unde- took “seven for'Ul. Going to the Sports Window row 7 ation, Literary writing and Short stories; with two lectures on
he €4 Cline and in reply, the Resic, | 4S8 feated 80 to enable his team to wicket a second time, Y.M-P.C WRITING FOR THE PRESS
ment eculd only collect 73 with \ isitors Beat score an outright victory. Other pcored 103 with Mandeville 21, To-night the touring
Ishmae} 28 and Brathwaite 27 as ORE spores were meade by Bins - Archer 28,0. Edghi'l 13 and D.| eats Sih phar Wale om ! N TICE A
chief scorers, Going to the wicket ° and J. Armstrong, both of Wan- Edghill 13 being the chief scorers, | Bears will play their first DENTAL I 0 IAN GALE, B.A.
a second time, Pickwick knock » bay derers, who collected half-centu- Set 141 t rin. Fc atic . match against a colony Beginning Thursday, October 9th
is i nocked . o win, Foundation at the & &
up $6 for the loss of 4 wickets ries egainst Central, Batson of close of play were 70 for the loss | team at the Y.M.P.C. The at 5 p.m,
and declared iheir innings closed. College who also scored an of six wickets. Evelyn contrib- | game starts at 8 p.m. My office will be closed at the 'Y.M.C.A.
Sct 106 to win, the Regiment —_— undefeated 50 and Callender of uted 21 and Mr. Jones 17. | y DAY 13th Fee for Course $1.00
cellapsed ol a meogre 31 with Combermere who scored an un- 7" | — MON 27th Members of Extra-Mural Assoc. 84c.
two of their men absent and | defeated 44 after puttin in a CENTRAL vs. WANDERERS | an re-opengs on Rb
none of the remaining batsmen , (ge ae ay of basket- sod bowling cardaenanios by Central (for 9 decl’d) ... ........ 396 | inst. | SSS
reaching double figures. all sonn: ocally was witnessed capturing five Empire wickets Wanderers 78 and 228 (King 56 | ——---+
At Boarded Hall, Cable & by a large crowd at the Y.MIP.C. os oot of 46-runs J. Armstrong 50, M. Glarke 37 L.,
Wireless scored an eight run lead s8rounds last night when the visit- C. ing figures were Armstrong 20, Leach 20 not out; D , is a E. F. L, MORRIS. \
ver Combermere to collect points, ing Carib Bears t2am beat. the ood bowling figures were i ancing

Andrews 2 for 38). C
Combermere score 133 in their eombined Cariton-Harrison Teturned by Brancker of Y.MP.C. a

iast innings and last Saturday Collece Old Boy's ‘team 50—23 Who captured seven schoolboy

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which Seale scored 37. R. colonial tournament. Foundation, and I. Harris of Combermeré......... 140 and AIS =—“(
Brancker bagged six wickets for Empire who took six wickets for (Callender 44 not out, Scott 30; But it is also an Art ‘

the school team, while L. Weekes The visitors showed a marked 60 runs against Combermere. Harris 6 for 60. « Ut it 18 also If not saved but seeking ,}

took three for 26, By close Ofjcunremacy over the toate j This gave Harris a,match analy- Empire Biisipriers+seheisis seaplane The “STAR BUDS” Salvation, please write for

play Combermere had scored 9 their iribblin 3! cee - ME ee of 13 wickets for 109 runs. Kirton 41, -Norville 28; Callen- | |

without loss. peer. aribeing, shogting . and der 5 for 46; Mr. Sealy 2 for 15. DANCE AND_ THEATRI- Hf

Carlton batted the entire daypseneral all-round = play _— was GAMzS 7 CAL SCHOOL FREE BOOK

in their game against Spartan to imply astounding, - : ERDISTON vs LEEWARD

achieve a first innings lead. Ir In the final stages of the game, Central vs. Wanderers at 'diston 202 (and for 6 wkts.) 30 Enroll you! Classes now Which Makes

reply to Spartan’s . first innings rey so dominated play, that for Va lian i Bourne 16 not out; Gilkes 3 for forming for |Children and

score of 198, Carlton amassed °PS periods, the local players meee [ 5, Foster 3 for 7. Adults. Contact the Princi- { “GOD’S WAY OF

246 for the loss of 9 wickets when=.were seldom in possession of the , Wanderers made a good show Leeward «ivory stg lien lesale ag ee pal or Secretary

play ended, W. Greenidge 62 and Jall, and the visitors, well ahead 12 the second innings of their Gilkes 37, Manning 31; Bourne

SALVATION PLAIN”

R. Marshall 41 were the best’ in points, tied up the game in an ™&tch against Central on Satur-\5 for 19, Pinheiro 2 for 27, MISS JOYCE CLARKE

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seorers for Carlton. W, Cumber=- amazing show of “ball freezing.” 42¥ by, scoring 228 runs, Of this 8. Roberts, Gospel





































batch took 4 Carlton Wickets at Tim Burrell of the visiting team total, G. King scored 56, J. Arm- | s * PA LEGREE Book & Tract Service, 30 ‘
the cost of 35 runs., In the Carl- and Captain Hislop Sea out- Strong 51, M. I. Clarke 37 and Diamond Rings MISS PAM POL N, Central Ave., Beagor, N.I.
ton innings E. T, Smith bowled standing, while Noel Lucas and L« Armstrong and Leach 20 each. LOUIS L. BAYLEY Hastings.
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effort 4 rout pe oa a Barbados team. tions, Central won the match by
men, The game ended in a draw. . an innings and 96 runs. , , ¢
WANDERERS vs. Y.M.P.C For the visitors Carlton Clarke ; MERE AGAIN
y MPC. ee _ “97 scored 22 points, Lashley and Erdiston vs. Leeward at p
shield ssh terwkses 4) Lurrell 8 points each, Pierre and Erdiston 1% The famous {
A. Seale ¢ Brancker b Burke » Bethelny 4 points each and Martin Erdiston secured points for first f
7 Robinson b E. Brancker 16 bee Stephenson 2 points each, innings lead in their match! i}
D. Davies l.b.w. 1. Burke ® Lucas scored 12 of the Combined against Leeward on Saturday. In|
* re a ae nee Pere % team’s points, Hutchinson 4 points. reply to Erdiston’s first innings | "
J. Skeete ¢ & b Butler 2 Symmonds, Davis and Forde 2 score of 202, Leeward could only : POCKET \}
4 eroverts eieceniage b Brancker § points each and Best 1 point. score 128 of which Gilkes and :
ars a - . > re =) ‘
J. Patterson ¢ Hoyos b Brancker 19 The First Colony game will be Manning scored 37 and 31 re- and ‘
I’. Patterson not out 5 played tonight at 8 o’clock, spective y. In their second innings | @ ~ a~ '
D: Leech} Burke » The Management of the Barba- however Erdiston were in trouble | ¢ IST WATCHES
Extras 10 BR: “ é
aie ; anna Association against the accurate bowling of | @
BAL sascha appeals to outside onlookers to be Gilkes and Foster who captured | ¢ Obtai |
: Si s i ed | ¢ ainable onl }
— tags and considerate dur- three wickets each at a personal | ¢ y E t
BOWLING ANALYSIS eetiea wo because of the cost of 5 and 7 respectively. In (/ v From... )
‘ ‘mee ital chinis at Dr. Bayley’s Leeward’s first innings, Bourne fQ. J i }
PR. Austin % eS 3 Ma eee captured five wickets for 19 runs. “Your Jewellers
. ous Res es @ + ae snide ulib alias Seadlig he At the close of play Erdiston were | TROPICALS .
E. Brancker 8 2 1 Clarks not out = 80 runs for the loss of six wick-
t faeces if 2 4 D Arche not out hytae 3 ets : | Y. De LIMA
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WANDERERS nd Innings 103 Pat College
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A Seale l.b.w. R. Austin 2 BOWLING . There was an extraordinary 20, Broad St. Phone 4644 :
2, ae ete, © Burke Be Me ae w, day’s play at the College on Sat- ; shades including :
fe eee ah Ws ig Mrs Smith 2 3 Be - urday B sage resulted in ve and Grey, Fawn, Beige, ie
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Fe Amun Ge at i meee 8 26 3 week total of 66 for seven, Col- stings
J. Patterson ¢ Hoyos b R. Austin ut ree Aaa 4 lege lost another quick wicket
P. Patterso bE Brancker 7 . 7 ate, t
P. Patterson bE. Brancker GUMtREROneS S40 tekines which brought E. E, Batson and $99999999 9995559599999 9%,
Extras 13 a Brapckee not out 3 Sobers together in a ninth wicker!
Phiipa not, out 4 stand which took the score from » Overtcard i
extras ; verheard around a din- .
Total 408 ae _* 66 to 204 for the loss of eight |}% . g ,
__ Total . 9 Wickets. Batson scored 51 not:@ ner at one of the big hotels
BOWLING ANALYSIS 2Uy Seon as ees *. out, hitting four fours and Sobers i¢ veel th cha 10, 11, 12 & 13, Broad Street
o M w a OM. rR. tw, 80 not out, with seven fours. ;4 50° Ne eee ¥
Burke 133 ae eee 301 2 Lodge began to bat at three %
Austin is 3 § “toateeee Oi. 758 2 o’clock and at twenty to six were One Guest to another: Have sree
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K. Branoker ee 2 ; mney 1 1 _ all out for 86. Mr. Hoyos played a | s : 3 3 : : eee”
zi ren assy ae i ‘ : sterling innings for an undefeat- x you noticed the Ad. in the %
3 oe bats REGIMENT vs. PICKWICK od 40 after opening the innings % Advhlnty staide tak hike %
eer NS. ; f.°KWICK’S Ist Inn! , Lodge were without the services ; : ¥ 4267 f
REGIMENT ist Biatnas (conv’'ay * Of one of their players who was | tion sale which D'Arcy % one or |
SPARTAN Ist Innings 198 1. Brathwaite c. Clarke b Tnniss 27 unable to bat through injury. | Scott will b nducté ¥
CARLTON Ist Innings ads; 5, Clarke Oiloeey on ° College therefore won the game % eott will be conducting x \
K. Hutchinson © Morris b Smith 39 V. Watts not out ? by an innings and 25 runs. | % at the B’dos Taxi Cab, $ EXPANDED METAL SHEETS
F ‘ Mangsit 0 wkpr. Chase is L. e aie absent > c be E * t x % 1” Mesh Galv. 4’ « 8’ }
Cc bib Any sh oe : . Brathwaite run out 0 ombermere vs. Empire a Bay Street on Friday ¥ ne &
Cc. Stanford stp. wkpr. Chase Extras 4 7 ~ 1%," Iron 4 4 8
-b Cumberbateh. ....... 09 Total "4 Combermere § ~ a ee ae , }
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b Cumberbatch ; ae 5 BOWLING ANALYSIS match between Empire and Com- - ss a |
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G. Gill b Cumberbatch....... 6 B- Inniss 94 4 21 4 lead of two runs for Combermere, , that the Guy Truck is a x
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nee, -—— A. Trotter © (sub) b T Clarken « Kirton of Empire scored 41 and | IFFE N - RiQ ry five oe Ag tons. I think % 26 & 28 Gauge |
‘Boral : Wey gelcae b Whale fic Gare eaica ‘1 Norville 28, while good support- e : aaa" oe ea tas elt Gane ug |
Fall of wickets: 1 for 80, 2 for 86, 3 for Clarke ¢ J. Clarke b L. Brathwaite. _1 (8 innings were played by L. | with that for the coming CARRIAGE BOLTS & NUTS
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