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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Chancery 10.30 a.m

Meeting, House of Assembly 3.00 p.&

Dr. Auer lectures at Museum 5.00 p.m

Mobile Cinema, Dist. “E” Police Station
St. John — 7.30 p m

Basket Ball, Y.M.P.C, 800 pm





:

Ask Government To
Revise Agreements

With West Indies

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Oct. 13

E ANNUAL MEETING of the Maritim

| The Chair



TUESDA%,



Canadians Want Lad

Rosenbergs |
Doomed For |

|
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. |
The Supreme Court on Monday
doomed Julius and Ethel Rosen-|
berg convicted as atomic spies}

e and awaiting execution in Sing}

Sing prison to the electric chair.

Provinces Board of Trade, Canada passed the|The tribunal rejected their ap-|

following resolution last week:—

“Whereas the long and valu-;
able trade association between
Canada and the British West
Indies has contributed sub-
stantially to the economy of
the Maritime Provinces and}
Canada as a whole and,

“Whereas trade between :
Canada and the British West}
Indies has diminished and is |
being further endangered |
with threatened reduction in}j, Austria claim that. Communist
Canadian National Steam-| eastern Europe police are turn-
ships services to and from the! in. 1 cor
British West Indies and by in- | ture Be Siters Scontepstons" from
ternational currency restric-|" phe Saneaaee allege that tortures
tions, Be it resolved that the} had replaced mental and emotional
Maritime Provinces Board of preasusee the Coremmpists former-
Trade request the Canadian ly used to force prisoners to sign

. documents needed for their courts. |
Government (1) to continue Many escapees claim that they}
operation of the Lady Boats|have been subjected to torture |
until such time as the Cana-|but some stories on aoubeety
dian National Steamshi ey-| Since it is suspected they make)
vice to and from the British extravagant claims to win favour

> ; with the West. —(CP)
West Indies can be improved

oA in eee Canada Backs
U.N. Stand On

agreements with the British
! e
Prisoners

Red Police
Torturing
Prisoners

VIENNA, Oct. 13.
curtain refugees arriving

Iron

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'

stimulating and _ increasing
trade between Canada and the
British West Indies and ex-
changes of commodities com-

West Indies with the object of
'

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plimentary to both regions.” UNITED NATIONS, New York.
The Hon. Donald Sangster, Oct, 13, —
Jamaica member of the Regional | Canadian External Affairs



Economic Committee was Guest | Minister Lester Pearson. who is
Speaker at the meeting and at a|scheduled to be elected tomorrow
dinner the same night at Car- jas President of the Seventh Ses-
lotte Town Hotel when he spoke] sion of United Nations General
an West Indies economy and Assembly, said on Monday ‘that
affairs. Canada squarely supported the





peals and that of their accomplice
Morton Sorell who was sentenced}
to thirty years in prison.

Barring the unlikely possibility |
f a last ditch reconsideration by
the courts or Presidential inter-
vention, the action leaves New

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PRICE: FIVE CENTS

Sur

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CTOBER 14, 1952

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Shorter Hours For

Oil Workers Urged

THE HAGUE, Oct. 13.
BRITISH, FRENCH, DUTCH and American labour
representatives at the International Labour Organization
Oil Industry Conference decided on Monday to bring the
question of shorter working hours for oil employees be-
fore the meeting which is to start here on Tuesday. They
want to propose establishment of 40 working hours a week
for all shift workers in the world’s oil industry
Such an arrangt¢ment would
necessitate the formation of four
shifts and would guarantee more

ree Sundays for workers. Christ- Dust Tells

an Socialists and Moslem work

ON VACATION

r es

a oat eran encom wae













YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

Total
Hig
Lowest Temperature
Wind Velocity
Barometer

Sunrise:
Moon:

Lighting:
High Tide










iInfall from Codrington
raliafall for omth
Tempetsture

06
to date
; I

73.5 r
6 miles per hour
29.964,

1.27 tmey

9 am. 3 pom)
20.870
TO-DAY

5.58 a.m
nset 5,59 p.m
Last Quarter,
6.00 pam.

12.23 aun,

713 4 m

October 19.

LW om

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Panama President





| Japan he had renounced his United

States citizenship and therefore
could not be guilty of treason. He
returned to this country however

and was recognized by one time
prisoner William Bruce. This in-
cident led to his prosecution.

—U.P.

House May
Consider





In a cable home to-day he | stan taken b the United
said that he was satisfied at onload sonmniabers in Korea that
er ies wits the Want indiga|%,,petoner= should, forcibly ve
with particular reference to repatriated. fonts oltre $a
shipping, immigration and trade! reporters at’ the: Sg
ih "§ ‘tion Offices at Hotel Baltimore.

.Mr. Sangster said that the sit-|_ Following his arrival from
uation augurs well for the great-|Ottawa on Sunday, Pearson

plunged immediately into a series

er reciati a f
seria by Crmads. of conferences with key United

the West Indian difficulties and

tion by Canada. organization of the



" B talked with France’s chief dele-
Fr enchLaune France’s contention that her dis-
putes with Tunisia and Morocco

4 A
should not be placed on
Winter Attack |::2' p
HANOI, Indo-China, Oct, 13. He saw Australian

French Union forces launched|Affairs Minister Richard Casey,
their first winter offensive against|South African chief — delegate
Communist-led Vietminh to-day|G. P. Jooste whose country has
aimed at wiping out sizeable|threatened to quit U.N, if it acts
enemy concentrations between|0n the Arab-Asian charges that
Minh Binh and Phat Diem 55 to 65|South Africa’s racial policies are
miles southeast of Hanoi. a threat to peace, and planned to,

Planes dropped napalm bombs,|see later in the day the deputy
mobile artillery and 1,000 para-|United States

—(CP)

GEN. NAGUIB
AIDS IN ARREST



assembly president—plans for tne
Korean debate except to stress
that Canada supporte
Nations stand on prisoners,

He said that as from tomorrow



citizen who reported that two
men were making the rounds col-
lecting donations.

General Naguib phoned the
Public Security Director to try
to arrest at least one of the men
and bring the offender before
him. Police nabbed a man iden-
tified as Kashem Ibrahim, an un-
‘employed driver and _ brought
him before Naguib y
through the Cabinet session. s-
hem was later placed in br

Russians Admit
Shelling U.S. Plane



U.S. Navy Orders
New Type Of Jet

WASHINGTON, Oct. 13

dently of aircraft carriers, it was
learned on Monday. Informed
sources said the
plane is known as the F29.,

If tests prove successful it would
vperate from advanced bases. The



present Navy jet planes land or
are carrier-based,
Members of the Congressional
MOSCOW, Oct. 13. Appropriations Committees ar
Russia admitted that its fighter|said to have been enthusiastic
planes had fired on a United States| when Navy officials described the:
B.29 Superfortress which disap-| water-based plane to them at
peared in the Far East but in-|closed door budget hearings last
sisted they did so after the B.29}year. “It looks like a pretty good
had violated Soviet territory and | fighter,’ one Navy official a tP
fired first. Soviets said the B.29 of
“departed in the direction of the
sea” last Tuesday after exchang-
ing fire with two Russian fighters



Ho



over the Kurile Islands off the
northeast tip of Japan. United

By HAROLD GUARD
a re ee LONDON, Oct. 13

British and American ideas on
Middle East defence have been
“substantially reconciled” and the
United States, Britain, France and
Turkey are expected soon to pro-
pose formal conference with
Arab states to promote their co-
operation in defence, authoritative

A note on the incident which
was handed to the United States
Charge D’Affaires by Deputy
Foreign Minister Georgei Push-
Kin yesterday made “a déeter-
mined protest” against* the inci-
dent and asked the Americans to

“adopt measures to prevent the|cources said on Monday
violation of the Soviet state fron- Barlier tiris year Britain sug-
tier by American aircraft”. gested that Australia, New Zea-
The text of the note was pub-|land South Africa shouk
lished the official newpaper establish Middle East defence
Pravda to-day without commert. planning organization in Cyprus
—U.P. it ting for Middle East



viewpoints and subsequent ac-|Netions delegates in regard to| pected to be given to a Bill to

assembly] make provision for the establish-
opening on Tuesday morning. He} ment of a Training Fund. This Bill

the | ness,

d the United any liability

when he formally becomes toy

|official of the assembly, the

CAIRO, Oct. 13. aeistiaiett of the Canadian

Saneest Mohammed Naguib | gejeyation will be assumed by
acted personally on Sunday ia|Health Minister Paul Martin.
the arrest of a man suspected of|Martin will speak for Canada
Soliciting funds on the pretence} early in the general debate.
that they would be used to aid|Pearson said that in addition to
Palestine war cripples. Korea, the Tunisian and Mo-
The _was presiding at)roccan problems will amount to
a Cabinet meeting when he re-|¢he most important on the
ceived a telephone call from a|agenda. —U.P. |

| regions” adjourned
| United Nations and a call for

The Navy has ordered a limited) attended the meeting.
number of new jet seaplane fight-/| or so

deleuste
ers which could operate indepen-| United States.

twin-engine) adopted by the conference. As

craft has not yet been flown. At United

e

Training Fund

When the House of Assembly
meet today, consideration is ex-

|
|
|
\
|



is one of the seven items on the

gate Henri Hoppenat concerning| Order Paper under Government |

Member’s business.

Under Private Members’ busi- |
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker
expected to move the

is |

assing of

External] 4n Address to His Excellency the |

Governor requesting that the nex; !
Governor of Barbados should ba!
chosen from amongst suitable
natives of the British Caribbean.

The Objects and reasons of the
Bie sompptning the Training Fund
read :—

Section 7 of the Executive Com-

representative A.| mittee Act, 1891, provides that the

troops led the attack in rice fields}Gross and alternate delegate| unexpected balances of all grants
and hills. French used an esti-|John Ross _ concerning Korea.| Of Sums of money which not being
mated 10,000 troops. Pearson declined to discuss on{ fixed by law have been voted on

record Canada’s or his own—as| the annual estimates shall lapse

at the end of the year to which
they refer except to the extent of
ich has been in-!}
curred in respect of any such grant}
before the end of such year. i

The Government has found it
\ difficult to ensure that the full
amount provided annually by the

@ on page 3

Delegates Want
Ne wh
Five Power Talks
|
} TOKYO, Monday.
Delegates to the Peiping “peace
conference for Asian and Paciiic
their eleven |
day meeting with an attack on}
a|

|
|





| five power conference.
Communist Peiping Radio said
416 delegates from 37 countrics
A dozen
tes came from the
Peiping Radio
broadcast two long statements
summarizing the resolutions

expected, delegates accused the
United States of “warmongering.”
The conference accused the
Nations of failing to fulfil
the promises of the charter to end
war. They said the principle of
unanimity among United States,
| Britain, France, Russia and China
|has been violated. “The present
|international tension can only be
lremoved and permanent peace
‘guaranteed through negotiations
between the five great oe

‘S Raised For Mid-East Defene

states to co-operate.

The United States did not agree
completely with this suggestion
and wanted the Arab states in at
the start. Now authoritative
sources said “broag changes” in
Middle East politics mainly con-
sequent upon King Farouk’s abdi-
cation of the Egyptian throne
have made it possible for Brit-
ain’s viewpoint to coincide more
Closely with the United States.

From the British viewpoint Kins
Farouk’s abdication followed by



that of King Talal in Jordan ha
done much to dispel the tr
tional struggle around the Hasse-

Arrive In New York

(By BRUCE MUNN)
UNITED NATIONS, New York, Oct. 13.

SOVIET FOREIGN M

arrived on Monday to lead the most powerful Russian
diplomatic delegation in histo
the United Nations, Gener tm

anked by Andre: Gri

veto man, greying Vishinsky greeted newsmen pleasantly

posed smilingly for newsree
say regarding Russia's hope
the United States and her W

Fall To Religious
Influences

MOSCOW, Oct, 13

Mikolai Mikhailov, secretary «
the Young Communist League to
the nineteenth Communist Par
Congress that some of the Leagu«
16,000,000 boy and girl membc
were falling under the influen
of religion.

After referring to those coming}
under the influence of religion i:
an address made public today, the
official said “we ate obliged!
vigorously to put an end to the}
shortcomings in ideological wor)
and raise the level of new tasks
He asked Congress for increas:
aid for the youth movement.

—(CP)

|

*}



Jamaica To Be
Represented Al

Coronation

KINGSTON, J’ca., Oct.
Jamaica will be officially repre
nted at the Queen’s coronation
by a small detachment of. the J
maica battalion and three officic
representatives, it a
to-day.

|
13

Ww announced

~(CP)



Terrorism Starts
Again In Tunisia

TUNIS, Oct. 18

The revival of terrorist activi.
ties appeared underway through-~
out the country when bomb
explosions were reported in three
large cities on Monday. No casu-
alties were caused,

One bomb placed under an
automobile exploded in the fash-

}

ionable Montfleury district of
Tunis on Sunday night causing
considerable damage,

In the seaport of Bizerte, three
bombs exploded in a garden ad-
joining the central post office. At
Souse bomb exploded on the
public bowling green where an
explosion also took place last
week.—U.P.

C|
iil

mite dynasty which consta
threatened disunity among Egypt,
Jordan and Saudi Arabia.

For the first time in'many years
authoritative sources sai Syria

and Lebanon appear to have stable
regimes, and many element
tile to the unity of the Arab world
have disappeared. Now they say}

hos.



it has been decided that although
there may still be some “ups and
downs” in the Arab world, cir-
cumstances are more fa le
than ever before, to the’
A is planning the o
me | » outside the «
i Canal Z UP

‘estern allies

Gommunist Youth |

Akhbar, said to-day that Farouk!

} he same
{has been ;

Scientists can determine from|
on examination of radioactive dust |
what metallic element was used

an atomic explosion. Thugs they

charged formally with |
| treason for asking Britain last
' July to send troops to save his
; throne, The paper said the Public

| Prosecutor would ask the death po, tell if the bomb contained
}sentence against Farouk living, yranium or was for example a
; in exile in Italy. hydrogen bomb.—U.P.

The paper said Farouk’s. request
was made when Major General
Naguib, now premier, sprang his
military coup on July 23, Farouk
abdicated three days later,

leaned RED Among Kenya
Allied-Held | White Settlers

NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct. 13.
Panic and rush for firearms
started among settlers to-day be-



INISTER Andrei Vishinsky

ry in Tuesday’s opening of

m a eictin ey 1
ee e Kremlin's original

| cameras, but had nothing t

»s to drive a wedge between | Island Raided

|
|
|

Arriving with the Russian cause the police believe current|
SEOUL, Oct. 13. ave rn r
board the liner Queen Elisabeth) two “unidentified” warplanes oattie See, ee |
ere eT utc fateh the Pol-l attacked an allied-held island Mau terrorists is yet to reach its
: ( zech, Byelo-Russian ancl north of the 38th parallel off the peak. 7 |
crainian delegations, Korean west coast on Sunday; New fear and anger gripped the}
The Russian diplomats left the, night bn caused I little damage,| British colony since Friday night's
nearest approach to a_ political deb, Airforce disclosed on Mon-|\fau Mau attack on an elderly

onouncement to Polish Foreign couple,



The Airforce report came after



liniste: Stanislaw Skrzesks} . A Europeans lined up by hundreds
ho said “we are coming from | Communist radio broadcast outside the administrative offices
Poland where the whole nation trom Pyongyang that Red plancs applying for firearm permits, The

had attacked Cho Cho Island about

14 miles north of the parallel

teaving it “a sea of flames”.
The Airforce said the planes

rovernment received hundreds of
letters and telegrams from the
whites in the colony demanding
military force to quell the Mau]

all its citizens—-with great effort
ive rebuilt war destruction and
eveloped our economy, This is

our contribution to peace. This is

ae t whe had dropped bombs and strafed a| Mau, |
vide nee of our belief in the village on the island. It said dam- —(CP) |
oa of t oe co-existence | age was “slight”. It is not known
of different political and eco-|° adi: ne CCPL
nomic systems and peaceful immediately seees ie Qeve ee ‘

any installations on the island.
UP.

0-operation between nations,”





Vishinsky addressed

brief re-
iarks to reporters in Russian. 66 4 99
He id | would like to greet oO Ss e ¥
ou. I hope you will report x
objectively ind truthfully the , I ' BeD d ,
proceeding of the General O roppe .
Assembly. I] would like to greet ‘
you and wish you all the success MOSCOW, Oct, 13. . IS A C
in the world.” Pressed for The nineteenth Soviet Com- 3
statement in English Vishinsky unist Party Congress recon-| 9
said, “I wish you success in your}vened to replace the Politburo x
labours. Goodbye.’ with the new Presidium and drop
the word “Bolshevik” from the
> ; official party name.
Leave Korea The Congress was scheduled to














16 Ww . i y aU ei
Reporters asked him his opinion axe ™ ’ rah } oe aa Fe 4
if “Dwight Misehhower’s . state ream ining and tightening Com- (| \
ment that American troop unist: Party SPpererus and to |
‘otlld. be pulled out ofthe. lin elect a new Central Committee
tae olde Ha replied" agres 1° its last major business. ,
vith the proposal that ‘Aswertont | a siempre of the present Vd a
as ins not Ee aa Sores {Pe iey making Politburo are : SA A LY A
, ites tears dtl wae xpected to be named to the new —~
: chink ‘te poe . Asked! i oe ws ee eae moere a
ait a > ao : vas if he par y. 1e same time ‘
ih aeiidien tweens a inoall eng eaters Ly eg he a
Korea he saic that is a political Pee oe as = risiated and its Se
Te as , work largely taken over by an] fmm.
question. onlarged secretariat. ;
y of ° i
Vishinsky and Gromyko who Pang Mens nem ry member of} ase
crossed the Atlantic with Arkady | Say: a Bi Abide a
Rabhtey” former; Assistant ‘Maree. titution before the Congress on}
tary ” ete aral on Wits United viday and it was debated thath ===
Nations end’. naw a member of ay and Saturday. He said “Bol- | —
the Soviet delegation were met|,°Vi*" was belng dropped from) sa
board the ship by former Chief|...“ Ae * the party because it) —_-
Soviet Deiegate Jakob Malik no ionger necessary a —_—
and Valerian Zorin who succeeded —UP. | ——
him as well as Georgi Zarubin
Russie Ambassador shing- ] j
hs ian Ambassador to Washing U.S. ‘Aintbassador ee
- =—
ckhets —_
CAIRO, Oct. 13. | gee
A ' left the Queen Eliza- The United States Embassy Cd a
roth ar were whisked away in|"@unced on Monday that Amer- oon
iTee hining limousines, thejica will appoint an official repre- |
viet plomats passed through|sentative to the Government of | =— a tantas
crowd of more than 200 pickets |Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. The first) &= AU spices con,
wrrying inti-Russian — signs.!appointment of its kind, it wil) ="
[Typical slogans were “Vishinsky|go to Mr, William Burdett who | -_- 1
rave digger of liberty.” “Vishin-| will leave for Khartoum shortly | = =LB
ky hdngman of Latvia”. “U.N.|to take up the post of Liaison; ~~ 2 .
no place for Vishinsky”. “Stalin,|Officer to the Sudan Government. ‘Srp.
Vishinsk Gromyko Malik Mr. Burdett, who is at present | — "8 80K |
ur names will be thrown into Cairo conferring with Egyp- a tess, SOM
histé tebasket"’. “Your British and Sudanese offic-
ACE soviet Americ ials said he was being sent to}
Khartoum because of the impor-|
A } aid the pickets|tance the U.S. attached to the
pr Pole Czech ent situation n the Sudan.
id Lat-|Mr. Burdett previousiy was First
Sec retary at the U oo Emb
—U.P. Teheran, Iran.—vU.P.

Panic Breaks Out |

within three weeks.-U.P,

b

t




BREAK FAS!

OCO

proposal
settlement was presented,
The United States was expected

York State free to carry out he} ae CPR D eh m full
death sentence against the Rosen-| ane ~ ae 0s ‘ i tor JOSE ANTONIO REMON, who wos
bergs. \ roerenees organisations want to overwhelmingly elected to the
They. were convicted in Nev ress for a 40-hour week for ail oil ebebstve i hiatal ves
y nvic j - ; Presidency of Panama by the five
York Federal District Court on workers in the oil industry but * . "
4 t } : : create » Zealand, .ajor political parties of tis ewun-
March 29 1951, on charges of is believed this idea has little ‘Oc ; | try tast May, will take his cathe
violating 1917 wartime cspionage ance of success, Other work- Got, 18 ce neil re
stan usin tort ! . “_ ieee akin a gray kno «ffice in Panama City on Oct. first.
law by relaying atomic bonb Organisations are swggesting kind ‘inh FRtit ep ‘He United States is sendiia4
secrets to a Russian spy rng 48-hour week for all non-shitt - ut oe a Monit | a . I inten: Par of "ie
which included convicted Brit sh orkers instead. ( An none | Pen ctieg ces Pear een in ney ad i 1,
Scientist Kluas Fuchs The conference will last ten West ro Lodi hk Tee renee ae
The Supreme Court on Monday! iys until October 25, Fourteen lana Air For officials T T °
refused to reconsider its decision yuntries have sent delegations ag on agrival here U.K. oO Re eet
of last June 2 upholding the Ul consisting of representative AuStfalia of tw
treason. conviction of Tommys f government, employers and {fy Al ‘opce B 29's after | S
Kawakita, American-born Japan- | workers, i “a ers salir | Iranian
ese for his brutal treatment ot It-is expected that about 120/:hey suspectea the United State
American prisoners during World delegates will participate from] :ade a check of its own of radio
War II.. The court's br fer } ro
l rT . fC gourt 8 brief orde | Argentine, Burma, Canada,! active dust rising from the islands
— me Panne free to Colombia, Egypt, Britain, France,| after explosion of Britain's firs!
= y “ite k he re sentence | raq, Netherlands, Peru, Vene- |; uclear weapon, LONDON, Oct. 13
wakita has been confined in uela and U.S.—W.P. F Office “cle i
Los Angeles county jail while his } 2 bated eka | Crew members of the bombe! B con or i a ee said that
| case advanced through the courts \ j ‘yhich landed at Darwin said the) = ia is reject Premier Mos-
| e ar » j‘vere enroute from Guam to t ene oa porate iad an
A native of Calexico, California : ; Ine ouk | Philippines when engine troubl Se ee OWE Vat Fara
t } - ‘ id it is hoped that the note will
awakits a é ' a tt . he wn. Darwin how
a te bine aC AF tae ‘pan. ir" ATTIRED IN HOMEY TWEEDS and stout ‘hoes, Queen Elizabeth I, and her ° eter ip ame} vn. Darwin how. jieave the door open for further
8 an. interpreter # oo husbend, Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, enjoy a brief vacation with r d ith ‘1 hilippines route negotiations.
as an interpreter for tife Oeyama i Guam—Philippines 1 The decis /
Nickel Industry Company tat on their children at Balmoral Castle tn Scotland, Young Prince Charles 2€ decision followed extensive
the island of Honshe auriste ae and his sister, Princess Anne, Wear slacks and woolen windbreakers. Treason Responsible sources ha noted aes with ae Uglies
ne ‘ ; Y od a °e that a New Zealand Air Force s which are reported to have
ee Pd Nome us eal Hastings bomber with scientists4resulted in an agreement to pré-
srisoners f 5 yee iT. e is ‘ sboard spent three days tracking! serve the Anglo-American” front
me " rs of war in factories. He “4 4 CAIRO, Oct. 13. dioactive dust after the blast and| established last month. when the
Apps Wb Hive Voctidoyt tes Orie ussiani © ega es | ‘The independent newspaper, Al\ sured the B 29’s may have done| Truman-Churehill for

fo send a new note urgine further
negotiations to prevent erious

economic and political repereug-
sions in Tran.

Sources said Britain rejects the
eheran demand for down pay-
ment by tomorrow of £ 20,000,000,
Iso the suggestion to seid a
iission, and the demand for pay-
vent of an additional £29,000,000



Governor Féot
Operated On

(From Our Own Correspondent)
JAMAICA, Oct, 18.

Governor Sir Hugh Foot under-
went a successful operation atthe
Nuttall Memorial Hospital yester-
day morning, following an. aeute
attack of appendicitis. His condi-
tion was reported satisfactory to-
day but, as a result, Lady Foot
who was due to enter hospital this
week for a minor operation has
postponed it,

On Saturday Governor Foot was
in good spirits at a Press confer-
ence before noon, then had lunch
with house guests. After dinner.
he complained of feeling ill and
was rushed to hospital at 4 a.m.
Sunday where he was immediate-
ly operated on.



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IR. ROBERT ARUNDELL, Cocktail Party
s K.C.M.G., O.B.E, Governor f
of the Windward Isl accom- ‘HE CARIB BEARS Basket
panied. by Lady Aru: ell were ball Team from Trinidad» is
intransit passenger from St. setting into a short sp: of time
Lucia for Grenada by B.W.1A. , nuch entertainment as possi-
on Sunday. ble. Over the week end they went
Sotial Workers Busy on ht-seeing tours, and spent
RS.--A. W. SCOTT and her iite a of their time sea bath-
J Je) ne
o. band ; _— Welts re on lay they spent the day
orkKers are OV , . en the Ja Coz st: yester av
in making ar angement for the a co Cherry Tree Hill ae
Fair to be held at Woodside ce Shige Patek: te
Bay Street on Saturday, Decembe the Barkaded cman
6. 1 Association enter-
The last fair which was stagea onalen as % Cocktail "Party
there two years ago by Mrs. Scott Y. M PC Club Sodrax. .
was a great success and proceeds The ‘
were donated to many local they ate having 4 wonderhil Game.
charities: ug git eke ee has
Mrs. Séott told Carib that they The first bateh expec
hope to_é€clipse that performance %™* .
and are sparing no effort to make Transferred
this year’s function an even bigger
success than the previous one R aa MRS. S. DAL-
With the splendid co-operation a . : os
i GLEISH and their
of Mrs. Rita Clarke of Brooklyn 7 wate’ hematite’ ti

and Mrs. Norma Gooding also of children fe one
the U.S.A., and others interested, ae a ts tehander
the various stalls will be stocked PY B. L/ nt ; tu ae ae
with a-wide range of novelties | Mr. see al ee

and delicacies designed to tempt ferred to Roya Ban of oan a.
the most fastidious. Manager of their Georgetown

as

Branch

For the children, of course
there will be all sorts of games 4 Son
and amusements. Various activi- DIT AW ep 9s ime r.
ties of attraction for these little ONGRA TULATIONS to Mr
ones are being planned and the and Mrs. H. Baldini of
Police Band will be in attendance. Dalkeith, St. Michael, on the
birth of a son. Mother and babe
, are well,
Help For The Poor Mr. Baldini is Proprietor of the
F'TER spending about three Bijoux Paris Jewel Store, Broad
months’ holiday as the guest Street.
of Mr, and Mrs. G: Cox of Wood-
side Gardens,’ Bay Street, Mrs Farewell Party
Norma Gooding a Barbadian resi- FAREWELL party was hold

dent in the U.S.A. for many years bs cated! : .
returned to New York by B.W.LA. + at the “ sidence of = > c.
on Friday. Springer, at ‘“Dovers,” St. Lucy

Mrs. Gooding is’ the owner and last week in honour of Mr. Clinton

Manageress of Goodings Em- Johnson of “The Crick,” St. Lucy
ployment Agency in New Yor 7 ee cas
@ity and is very interested in O°, Thursday last.

; ; ” 5 Mr, Johnson has gone to get
| xpath geaae Meena atl 2 married to Miss Clementine Car-
Indians and Pihis is the second Tnston a Barbadian, residing in
Visit here in 25 years. Her last New York. setae,’ hak ;
visit was in 1947 when she came Friends and relatives bade him
over for a short holiday farewell and the best of luck in

Her husband, also a Barbadian, his new home.

is in the Real Estate Business i

in New York. He used to carry on Pleasure And Business
the Barbados Garage in James R. J. D, DOUGLAS of “Edge-
Street. ton,” Country Road, re-
. ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ > day night by
“While here Mrs. Gooding took turned home on Suni a -
the opportunity to visit the various B.W.LA. from Trinidad. He ac-
Children Leagues and witnessed Companied the Holborn Cycling
the distribution of clothing and Team and stayed over for a few
gifts to mothers and their chil- days for business transactions.
dren.

She was favourably impressed On Business

To Aitend A.S.T-.A.
Convention
M®*
and Mr.

Peter Morgan,



WINSTON WARD, Man- Narriman decided on Monday to
ger of Paradise Beach Club â„¢0ve their. home in exile from
Manager this holiday island to the seaside

of St. Lawrence Hotel were pas-

for Miami
Rico by B.W.LA. yesterday.

They have gone
tatives of the Hotel Association tc

sengers

as

via Puerto

Represen-

>

attend the A.S.T.A. Convention to

be held
20—22.

in Miami on Octuber
From St. Lucia

and
MILNE-MARSHALL

R.

Lucia, were arrivals from St.

a visit.

M®

To Reside

MRS. GRAYDON wi

and four or five days.” Santa Marin.
youngsters told Carib that their daughter of Fonds Estate, St. ella is the site of the summer

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

King Farouk
Moving To
Santa Marinella

ISLE OF CAPRI, Oct. 13
Former King Farouk and Queen

resort of Santa Marinella on the
Italian mainland, 35 miles
west of Rome.

King Farouk’s secretary dented
that he had purchased a villa at
Santa Marinella. “The famfly
will stay there for an indefingte
time until they can find a par-
manent residence to their liking’,
the secretary said.

“His Majesty and his family
ll probably leave here within

home of Italian film director

to return Lucia by B.W.I.A. on Sunday on Roberto Rossellini and his actress

wife Ingrid Bergman.
The former King and his family
expected to stay at the “Villa of

and MRS. CYRIL JAMES Palms” at Santa Marinella, a 25-
of Bay Street were passen- T0OM mansion overlooking* the
three gers leaving by B.W.LA. yesterday S€@, listed as a second class host-

morning en route to the U.S.A. @lry, Its top price is five dollars

Mrs James was Cashier of the
Advocate Co., Ltd.

First Impressions
R. ULRIC TSOI-A-SUE,
Civil Servant of San Fer-
arrived in the colony by

a

nando

first visit.

He will be spending three weeks
as a guest at Leaton-on-Sea, The
Stream.

Although he has not seen much
of our island yet Mr. Tsoi-A-Sue
is fairly sure that he has ahead
three weeks’ of sightseeing and
sea-bathing. His first impressions
will be lasting.

T.L.L. Employee Returns
R. M. TRIMINGHAM who had
been spending a holiday

Demerara where they have gone to reside. © day per persan dhuting - the

season,
However, King Farouk will be

arriving after the normal tourist

season and undoubtedly will get

a bargain rate. The move

early today when two truckloads

of luggage—95 pieces in a

u—
: ~ taken to the mainland aboargps
B.W.1.A. yesterday morning on his motor launch.

—UP.

BEIRUT, Lebanon, Oct. 13

Love and politics tangled dur-
ing a wedding in Badan village
on Sunday night and when the
dust cleared four people had been
killed and 12 wounded. The row
started at the height of a marriage
festival when partisans of Social-
ist Progressive leader Kamal Jum-

Who left by T.C.A., for the U.S.A. with his family here returned to Mat and former Defence Minister

Trinidad by B.W.1.A, on Sunday. Emir Mejid Arbsan clashed.

He is an employee of T.L.L
Pointe-a-Pierre, Trinidad,

A Holiday In U.S.A.

ISS HAZEL CLARKE, Traffic

Department Clerk of B.W.1.A.
left for a holiday in the U.S.A, by
B.W.LA. on Saturday last
Jamaica,

via

Police occupied the village and
restored order.—wU.P.



TODAY’S GEM

The charm of a deed is its doing;
the charm of a life is its living;
the soul of the thing is the
thought.—Eugene Fitch Ware.



LISTENING HOURS

TUESDAY OCTOBER 14, 1952
1007.15 * 25.535m.. 31 32m






iad . 2 ney, 4:00 pam e News, 4.10 p.m. The

with the-good work that was be- M* GEORGE G. MONEY, Daily Service, 415 pm. The Pilgrim's
ing done for the underprivileged 2V2 Local Director of | Bar- pinner, 00%, pm. , Sibelius, $19. p.m.
and prorilised to give 4 good re- clays Bank (D.C. &O) left the These Things, 6 60 pm Uister Magazine,
port to overseas representatives island by B.W.1A. for St. Kitts phy p.m aiteet The Commonwealth,
i i ig c é ‘day > as > q 8 % s s -U .

and those interested in Social on Saturday. He has gone on a stamina Pantne, © Spe ata
Welfare. business visit. 710 pm Home News From Britain



Maybe This Is Why ARTIST'S WORKS
Your Didn’t Get .
That Job...

(By CHAPMAN PINCHER)

DWE bent candidate at-an imter-
views rarely gets the job because

most’ b6Sses are hopeless at
judging personality, a professor
claimed,

After “25 years of studying
human character London Uni-

versity’s-PROFESSOR P. E, VER-
NON. ts. | satisfied that the
standard interview nearly always
gives a distorted picture of an |
applicant’s true personality,

His evidence, given at
British, Association meeting
Belfasts—

MANY..of the personnel selec-
tion officers trained to recom-
mend Army recruits for | the
right job during the war did
worse than if they had never
seen the recruits at all.

A RECRUIT’S | barrack-room
mates proved to be much. more
accurate“M predicting his possi-
ble velue«as an officer.

WwW wo pSychiatrists inter-
view. patients with mental illness,
they disagree in their diagnosis
in. about half the cases,

THE JUDGMENTS on _ stu-
dents entering a London college
bore no relation to their even-
tual performance in their degree

a
in

8

NOW IN THE THROES of a revi
Toulouse-Lautrec inspired these

La Goulou,

out of it and to act, said GROUP

examinations. CAPTAIN W. K. STEWART,
*Most people, however confi- chief of the R.A.F, Institute of

dent they may be in their ability, Aviation Medicine,

are not good sin assessing This means that if he is

personality,” Professor Vernon travelling at 650 miles an hour

said. “Many professional psy- his aircraft will have moved

chologists, employers, and teach- nearly three-quarters of a mile

ers are thoroughly bad at it.” before he can begin to. do any-
He urged research workers to thing.

preduce more reliable tests of If two aircraft are approaching

character and ability,

The Little Woman

each other the gap between them
will have closed by nearly a mile

and a half before either pilot

WHY are women generally can act.
Smaller than men? Even when a pilot anticipates

PROFESSOR WILLIAM S. trouble, it takes him about two
BULLOUGH believes that a wo- seconds to react to it. Group
man’s smaller frame is due to Captain Stewart said. ;
the fact that her body produces Scientists at Cambridge | arc
more cortisone — the hormone trying to devise instruments
naw being used as a treatrent which will help to reduce this
for rheumatism. dangerous time-lag,

He has found that cortisone Save Sailors...
(and chemicals like it) slow 4p scientists had not been
down the growth of the skin and gstinted by the Admiralty, they
other tissues, could have saved the taxpayer

' Split Seconds
R.A.F’s chief medical scientists
explained why jet fighter pilots
need to be so quick to react.
When a pilot is faced withGa He is MR. K. F. H. MURRELL,
sudden emergency it may take former head of the naval motion
him four seconds to think a way study unit. He left the Admiralty

huge sums every year and greatly
improved the efficiency of the
Navy, an ex-Admiralty scientist
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to take on a similar job in indus-
try at more than double his old

salary.

During its first five years, the
unit redesigned ship machinery
and equipment so that it was

cheaper to produce and easier to
work, ; ml

It improved the drill for load-
ing a six-inch gun so much that
one man could be dropped from
the gun crew while the speed of
leading was increased by nearly
25 per cent,

It revolutionised the training
of radar operators.

Yet the unit’ was always
Starved of staff, and its work was
repeatedly frustrated because
Mr, Murrell could not get access
to the high-level administrators

of the Navy,

The Admiralty bosses could not
be made to realise the importance
of studying the man as well as
tre machine he has to work,
Murrell claimed,

“As a result,
now coming into use which,
beeause of the neglect of the
human factor will be unable to
operate at its maximum effici-

ency.” he said.
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Herbert Hodge Talking, 10 30 pm

Spirits at the Bottom of My Garden.

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For Tuesday, October 14, 1952

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

ARIES Encouraging rays ahead for you, get your
March 21—April 20 teeth into problems and activities and you
will win. Be sold on right issues, sane at

trading, contracts, finances.



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April 21—May 20

at wrong time, there are many fine open-
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fine chances. Cut needless preliminaries,
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needed. re *

Sort of day that will give in proportion to
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Mr. Adams Com

Mr. Reece Continues -——

HORDER GUARDS

His Address Today

MR. G. H. ADAMS, Counsel for the defendants in the

Panama Estates Chancery

Suit completed argument in

support of his case yesterday before His Lordship the Vice
Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore, and on resumption this
morning at 10.30 o'clock, Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., Counsel
for the plaintiffs, who began yesterday, will continue to

address His Lordship.

Evidence in the suit was eons
eluded last Wednesday, and When
His Lordship heard Counsel yes-
terday, Mr. Adams addressed for
about three-quarters of an hour.
Mr. Reece then addressd iintil the
Tuncheo interval and for the en-
tire afternoon session ’

The subject matter of the case
is the five estates, Colleton, Trents,
Lascelles, Four Hills and Movunt
Standfast for which the plaintiffs
are secking accounts as to their
working by the defendants, and in

connection with which they are
asking the Court to declare nul and
void, declarations of trust drawn

up between the plaintiffs and the
defendants, ;

Exact Opposite

His Lordship the
Chancellor yesterday, Mr.
Adams, Counsel tor the defendants

iid that the very point urged by
his learned friend against the de-
fendants, was in law the exact
opposite. In law, he said, only a
corporation or individual ecculd
hole property, and because of that
very fact, trusts were made, and
the legal estate vested in trustees
because the land could not be
vested in an unincorporated asso-
ciation like the Barbadian Progres-
sive Society.

Addressing
\

Vice

His learned friend’s case was
that an unineorporated association
could not hold property and there-
fore the trust was invalid.

He was however saying that an
unincorporated association, while
it could not hold legal property,
could vest the property in trustees.
As an example, he quoted a num-
ber of cricket clubs and other vol-
untary organisations which owned
property, vesting the legal estate
in their trustees.

The other side was saying that
the trust was nul and void. They
all knew that both the plaintiffs
and the defendants were members
ot the Society and they were
saying that the society could not
hold land. It was also ackndW-
ledged that the money which pur-
chased the estates was not the
money in “toto” of the parties in
the suit, although they contrib-
uted. He was arguing therefore
that the Court of Equity could not
say that regardless of the declara-
tions of trust or not, they were
invalid.

Constructive Trust ?

His Lordship asked “would it
not be a constructive trust held by
the legul owners to the benefit of
the persons who contributed to the
fund which bought the estates?’
and Mr, Adams replied that that
was his case.

Here His Lordship pointed out
that it would be difficult at this
stage to know who the individuals
that contributed were, and added
that if it was argued that the trust
failed for the lack of certainty,
the Court could not from that say,
being a Court of Equity, and it be-
ing held that there was no trust,
that therefore those persons who
appeared on the proceedings were
the legal owners out and out hold-
ing for the benefit of themselves.
That, His Lordship said, was the
difficulty as he saw it.

Mr. Adams argued that on the
point of the certainty as to who
contributed the money, it was
overwhelming that it was ceriain
who did, since the evidence
showed that only certain people
contributed to the Loan Fund and
were paid by accrued benefits
from the investments out of that
Fund.

His Lordship pointed out that it
might be difficult to ascertain now
in 1952 all the people who con-
tributed to the loan fund in 1940,
and asked, “can you say because
it is difficult, therefore the trust
fail for lack of certainty and that
therefore as the trust fails, the
plaintiffs and defendants are the
‘egal owners in their own right and
jor themselves?

No

Mr. Adams replied in the nega-
tive, and added that it could be
presumed to be difficult because

@ On page 5

Charged With

'

Plum Tree

Forty-five year-dld labour
Albert Lynch of Christ Chure
yesterday appeared before His
Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn Police
Magistrate of District “A” charged
by Simeon Tl also ef Chrigt
Church with committing malicious
damage to a plum tree on May 19.

The case was adjourned until
October 30 so that Lynch could
bring his witnesses to the court.
Mr. FE. W. Barrow is

uppearing op
behalf of Ifill.

Simeon Ifill told the court that
the defendant cut the branches off
of a plum tree which he planted
near his house. At the time ithe
iree was bearing plums. Viciar
Tfill, son of Simeon Ifill, said that
on May 13 he saw the defendant
cut some of the branches from
his father’s plum tree with a cane
bill,

Lynoh said that he sent a let-
ter to Ifill warning him about the
inconvenience the tree was caus~
ing him but Ifill did not take any
steps. He told *Ifill that he was
going to build a wall near his

house and the tree would be in
his way. x

HOUSE BROKEN

Miriam Forde of Station Hill, St.
Michael reported that her house
was broken and entered some.
time on October 11 and articles tp
the value of $51 stolen. Jack Gi
of Waterford Plantation repo
that thieves carried away mon
from the office of the same plan-
tation when they broke and en-
tered there on September 30.

Linett Maloney of Ljightsfoat
Lane, St. Michael reported that
the house of Solomon Bham
Kensington New Road, St, Michaed
was broken and entered on Qe-
tober 11. Many goods were stolen,
Investigations are afoot,

ON BOND

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday placed 2l-
year-old Muriel Greene of Fair-
field, Black Rock on probation for
a period of 12 months in the sum
of £6 for stealing clothing some-
time between October 7 and Oc-
tober 8.

The clothing were the property
of Leila Whitehead of Reed Street,
St. Michael. Police Cons’
Devonish saw the defendant -

ing the clothing that_were reported
missing by Whitehead and arrest-
ed her. i

FINED 10/-

In the Assistant Court of Ap-
peal yesterday Their Honours Mr,
H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell fined Leon Maxwell of
Hannays, St. Lucy, 10/- for tres-
passing on the lands of Daniel
Slocombe at Crab Hill, St, Lucy
on May 11 this year.

Their Honours reversed the de+
cision of His Worship Mr. G. B.
Griffith who dismissed the case
without prejudice. Maxwell is to
pay this fine in seven days or
seven days’ imprisonment with
hard labour,

Slocombe said that on many oc-
casions he told the defendant not
to come to his land and on May
11 the defendant entered his place
and damaged a door.

25/- FINE

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday found Sydney
Hurst of Deacons Road, St. Mi-
chael guilty of working a horse
in a galled condition and fined
him 25/- to be paid in 14 days
or 14 days’ imprisonment.

The case was brought by Cpl,
Sealy.

USED INDECENT LANGUAGE

A fine of 25/- to be paid in 14
days or 14 days’ imprisonment with
hard labour was imposed on Wil-
liam ‘Thomas of Mason Hail



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



PLAY WAR

For the first time since World War I, American, British and German
generals were on the same side when the West German Border Police

launched extensive manoeuvers at

Bad Orb, not more than 20 miles

on the right side of the Tron Curtain, to test their effectiveness
against partisan-type warfare, infiltration and sabotage, some of the
dodges sure to be used in the event of an attack from the East, High-

g American, British, Canodian and German Officers supervised

the war games.

At left, above, Maj. Gen. W. Burres,

Commander of the U.8, 7th Corps,

is chatting with one of the border guardsmen who wears the old
German army helmet. Rear, centre, is Maj. Gen. John Dalquist, Com-
mander of the U.S. 5th Corps. (INP)



Wheat Overflows
Canada’s Granaries

TORONTO.

WHEAT fS OVERFLOWING in Canada’s granaries.
It is piling up in empty farmhouses, skating rinks aecident with the lorry M-1656,
and village halls and even in improvised cribs of tar paper

in the open fields. i

s a *
Being Repaired

The boundary wall above St.
Mary’s Chureh is still undergoing
repairs which started about two
weeks ago.

Yesterday workmen were seen
taking off some of the old plaster~
ing which looked badly and re-
placing fresh plastering.

For the past few weeks these
workmen were hard at work on
other parts of the boundary wall,
the work is now near completion,

RICE SHORTAGE

People in St, Philip are still
experiencing the rice shortag«
although a small supply came to
the d a few weeks ago b)
various schooners.

In St. Philip shopkeepers are
only allowing a certain amoun’
of rice to some of the people, anc
at some of the shops they cann
get rice except they buy othe
articles.

HOT WEATHER



People also complain 0 the
heat in St. Philip, yesterday one
of the residents told the Advocate

t at sometimes there is @
Ot ake of rain which helps \o |
cool the hot weather, but that is |
not very often, he said. }

Some of the tenantry roads **¢ |

being repaired, and this helps |
pom who live in the bad areus
to to and from home in case

of weather. «

Paelbenanesnnedanecnt cen See eee |
Street, St. Michael, wt His Wor-

.G. B. Griffit yesterday
who 8 him guilty of using
indecent

Street, on September 27-

Thomas was also fined 5/- for |

resisting Cpl. Nurse when he at
tempted to arrest him.



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language on Tudor!

There is enough to fill the goods
‘rucks of a train 12,000 miles long;
piled 50 feet deep, it would cover
the road from London to Tun-
bridge Wells, 45 miles.

It would dast everyone in Britain
three years if every man, woman
and child ate a pound of bread a
day.

It has grown at the rate of, 50
bushels an-acre where 20 bushels
are usually a good crop—and it is
unusually high-grade,

The
million
million,

greatest-ever
bushels——is

total—1,250
worth £715

But experts say there is less
han 300 million bushels of space
‘eft to store 1,000 million bushels
of grain. So farmers are storing
wherever they can, and the
Board of Grain Commissioners is
marshalling every railway tuuck
it can find.

The farmers aré happy. They
have béen guaranteeg about 10s.
a bushel as an initial payment.

it is the government's worry
to sell it at a profit, and the.Gov-
ernment’s concern ag to whether
or not there will be American
foreign aid dollars to help other
countries to buy it.-L.E.s.

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GENERAL WALTER BEDELL SMITH, head of the
tap-secret Central Intelligence Agency, testified on Monday

PAGE THREE

PAINS of PILES

Liepped tn 18 Minutes

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since the discovery of * ‘onmeeete
known as Chinaraid). ytex starts
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Red Infiltrat) i a a nt are
No Red Inf iltration SEA AND AIR pane See

In Security Agencies

Hi
Rocvnidhene, Buriat,
Seesaltion ase Mykon from
fen today under
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TRAFFIC

In Carlisle Bay

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 13.

, ' ‘ . A“ . Schooners:— Burma D, Mandalay Ul
that he knew of no Communist infiltration into United May Olive. Marion Relic Wolfe, Zits
* - : . . . on > enrie .
States Government Security Agencies “within the United _ Motor Vessels: Blue Star, T, B
States.” Smith appeared before the House Un-American “#@"- ‘ai Smart Pretty
\etivities Committee to amplify a statement he made last _ Sch. Marea Hepfietta. 0 tons, fron
September 29 that “I believe there are Communists in “),,£)°'%, (nde Captain B. Selby. Con | 5
my own organization.” er rARTURR |
The former United Stato ive —nninaniapiinaroneneemoie mr emeline tok enarere
‘Ambassador to Russia said he ‘Timothy H. Van Sluytman for Trini
matie the statement on thy H. Ma coal s
“theory and past performances” ouse y aK” salbitems “ioe Soitions |
of Russians but said he actually e a8 sistorien for ‘Trinidad ree
knew of no Communists in the Consider Venderful Counsellor for St ucla
Government. “If I did I would SEAWELL _
have pointed them out”, he said. ARRIVALS ;
Smith said he believes there . :

are Communists in his organiza-
tion outside of the United States
bectuse of their adeptness

infiltrating in Germany, Japa
and other countries, “It is iney.-

tab that al some time o
angie, there has been intiltra-
tion”, he said, “I have observe:

what they have done in Canada,
im the United States, in Japan
and in Germany and it is foolisi
for us to have them infiltrate
here.”

“You are all familiar with
Alger Hiss”, he said. “About five
yeeérs ago a minor employee was
exposed as a Communist. Asko:
by Republican Committee mem-
ber Harold Velde whether he
would give further details on his
testimony in closed session Smiih
replied, “I would be glad to give
details at a closed session for
specific reasuns why I feel there
is infiltration in my agency.”

Wi,

DAMAGES CASE
ADJOURNED

THE Common Pleas suit Mi3s

ate Green against Rt. Hon Sir
Allan F. Lascelles et al whieh was
set down for hearing yesterdsy
before Mr. Justice J. W. }
Chenery, has been adjourned unul
the 27th. Miss Kate Green, a cle>k
of Tweedside Road, is claiming
$1,937.76 damages for loss and ex-



penses incurred as a result of un

the property of the defendants.
Hon. G. D. L, Pile and Mr. C.

L. Sealey, the constituted attor-'

neys of Rt. Hon. Sir Allan F. Las-
celles et al, are representing the
defendants. ¥
Mr. J. E. T. Braneker, instructe:
by Messrs Hutchinson & Banfield,
is appearing for Miss Green. Myr.
E. K. Walcott, Q.C., instructed by
Messrs, Cottle Catford, Solicitor,
are appearing for the defendan':.
iss Green claims that the de-
fendants, by their servant Gar-
eld Vemmott on “May 22, 1948,
no eat recklessly, and un-
skilfully drove and managed the
lorry M-1656, the property of the
defendants, alo Constitution
Road, that she, while riding he:
bieycle along that read, was struck
and injured. By reason of the in-
juries, she claims she suffered
great pain and was prevented
from working and thereby sus-
ned great loss and incurred ex-
| ees for surgical and medical
attendance and medicine, etc.

MAIL NOTICE

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dad, British Guiana by the M.V. Can
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Parcel Mail at 9 o,.m., Registered Myil

ii a.m. and Ordinary Mail at 10 a.in
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iamby, G. Allamby, R
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not been voted, or may lapse, Buch ‘or Rustle-Bise Oot. Me Wedderburn,
a position is clearly undesirable. » ‘Rogers’ J, Domingo, :

smith, E. Norris, W ‘ard, P. Morgan,

fermelyn, T, Georges,

rom Venersucla—Oct 11

C. Decates, P. Decates, J. Decates, c.]
s, D. Gonzalez, A. Gonzales, 8.) >}

alez, M. Gonzalez, M, Gonzalez, D.

ionvalex, C. Gonzalez, FB. Gomez, 6

«\pathuzpion, M, Apathuzpion, M Uribe.

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Martiniq
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M, Ellis, C. Knight, PF.
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unexpended balances would then
not lapse but remain in the Funda
to meet commitments already en-

rrec - Me Farlane, E. Me fFarlane, M
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Tuesday, October 14, 1952

MORE CHANGE ?

| POLITICAL responsibility said the late
Colonel Stanly, former Secretary of State
for the Colonies goes ill with financial de-
pendence. Against the background of this
statement, the proposal to introduce
ministerial status into Barbados must be
viewed. No one can deny that the logical
end of the Bushe Experiment was the in-
troduction of ministerial status. For this



reason perhaps the Bushe experiment has ar nn see of all Clerk, and the local officials to ap- fo eng one, jadesd nowadays, except the staff and a few furtive] ¥ WILKINSON & HAYNES & CO., LTD.
been roundly condemned from the begin- | nations joined the U.S.A. officers pear eee 06 fey we Ge tones ae acum total, ahd gaits American Communists, Su ce i
ning by those who feared that such asystem = |" than thane one 2 tae of drums remember being able to’ study so Telease the man if is some In the White House only veteran em-

of government would deprive Barbados of
the advantages it possessed when no
wedge was driven between the political
and economic interests of the island,
Professor Burns in his excellent history
of the British West Indies (published in
1951) warned that a powerful and wealthy
country can afford the luxury of a certain
amount gf bad government, but the West

" th art, and as a_ perfor~ ‘ ” ’ tin Geneitieas ond “ha aii oo
ve oe E i ect a“ wealthy Seeing’ it teed mueh merit, That Then Oo eee is on. — the Pee Pranath aon Ast saat: y 4
and they have experienced quite enough cay we had seen twelve tamousls nt was, 1 thine ie Siemiemee wae a. as 60th:

infamous men se

human suffering without going out of their
way to ask for more. It is well that this
impartial judgment of a British historian
should be given full consideration by those

ares ; oa Parade of many is guilty of a great crime. degh and talked to erican? eye, Mike Hammer. And Spillan 2
who forget that political independence is lose ree th ithe "prsbeniaet tal his col ble wit, Ste aot Send e. surprising mewn. “When. weer
impossible if there is financial dependence. Obviously the party at 8 0 3 ; mi . . a

How for instance is Ministerial status to | castle was going on all night sa jfogues ho Tin ne ach withaut 22F the good, wise Schacht who} from other cities waylay lorries of local

be reconciled with the bill which now
stands at the head of the order paper of the

Lendon Letter

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Achtung! Achtung! |

| It was the night of October Ist , the post-war world and he set
1946 and the scene was the Castle By Beverley Maxter ou to ina it. Nor was Alfred
Harben on the outskirts of Krupp without hope. The peace-
Nuremberg. The Nazi criminals Consequently Herr Alfred ful half of the world, which now
had been sentenced to death that Krupp was not present to receive included Western Germany, had |
afternoon and the gentlemen 0 me when I went to his vast house to be armed to the teeth. Then |
the press (British, French and jy the Ruhr to lunch, It was in why keep in prison tne supreme
American) who were billeted in 1946 when, as a member of a Par- master of death’s weapons?
the castle had sent off their des- jiamentary Deputation, I had em- In Fe
patches and were in a high state }orked on a fact-finding tour of was released from
of celebration. : eq Germany. On the whole it had few months ago was paid 30 mil-

Drinks were being served been an encouraging experience. jion pounds in

| swiftly, smilingly by the Ger- | matter whom we interrogated.

'man servants. A German orches- °° ? * property worth 20 million pounds,
man serve laying it was clearly evident that there ang w teed of
ltra which had been ia a oom were no Nazis at all in Germany. pe. an income
Strauss changed to “Anc ae In fact, the entire population had a
Aweigh” the marching song of the 1" One vast, secret resistance P°M*ation for the factories whicn
American ae > a aoncat = Wars i
American officers jumped up é *

shouted to the nets & ee. ie a Se sum he has to meet the pensiox

ee ee band blaring the Burgomeister and the






i a i for it, but let the Western
F hind a door sprung many scalps at one time. Then we Teason

aaa 7 ie anes bank his silly questioned them, and one of the pierage | Pay the pension them-
Chaplinesque moustache trem- favourite queries was: “Do you on instead of restoring to him
bled, his voice went from a e and realise Germany's his blood-stained wealth.
melancholy baritone to a piercing crime?" They did indeed, Ja! Ja! Ex

tenor, It was guttural, prepos- There was not one who did not —
terous, meaningless fake German, admit Germany's crime. iency creates its own justification
culminating in a periodical Again we were much _ en- then let us publicly declare thai
shriek of “Sig Heil!’ to which we couraged. Not only were there no in our national and international
all roared back “Sig Heil!” Nazis in Germany but even the affairs expediency has replaced
Actually the gentleman in queS- non-Nazis recognized not merely honour and
tion was a reporter from the Hitler’s guilt but that of Germany of the fore:
London Daily Express made UDP as a nation. and died

pediency
If the answer is that exped-

the Krupp factories

the officials had humbly admitted As for the ineffable, indestruc-
Germany's sin and we were all tible Dr. Schacht, he turned up
exchanging gratified glances. Not jn Persia, where oil has. been
totally satisfied, although much troubling the waters of the Gulf.
impressed, I said: “You say Ger- He saw the weeping, w Mossa~

hanged, Downstairs in the foyer
of Castle Harben the duty ser-
seant had posted up the adver-
‘can, film at the local opera house,

it and went for a walk in ; ‘ without won so splendid a reputation as
the moonlight During the walk hesitation, and certainly with no Finance-Doctor-in-Chief to the
I saw something lying in the road. 8â„¢biguity the Burgomeister Pyehrer, Have you any worries

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By NEWELL ROGERS.
NEW YORK.
FOR five minutes the atmosphere in the

White House office of President Truman was
like an ice-box when Mr. Truman formally
received the credentials of Soviet Ambassa-
dor Georgi Nikolaevitch Zarubin, 52-year-
old ex-Ambassador in London.

Coldly and correctly the two men ad-
“Your Excellency.”

Coldly and correctly they uttered assurances
that their peoples had only friendship in

their hearts for each other.
Then Zarubin stumped back to the Rus-
sian Embassy, which almost no one enters

ployees could remember that far-off time—
really only ten years ago—when the then

Soviet Ambassador, Maxim Litvinov, was i

warmly welcomed guest in the office ot
President Roosevelt.
* * oa

NEW YORK will see Chaplin’s “Lime.

light” just one week after London. It wili
open on October 23 at two theatres—the

MICKEY SPILLANE, tough writer of the
tofhest and most popular detective stories
in America, hobnobs with private detectives
to get colour for his tough, tarnished private

gangsters the locals sometimes hire private
detectives to track down the ambush men.











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{it was an Iron Cross + ig Seger ea sear canine a about the Canadian at nm * * * TERRY TOWELLING
attached, A fitting finis' a day , Doctor from Nuremberg ab ‘i . . :
wre . nie’, eee jand night of sardonic horror, could be committed than to lose your service, THERE is such a glut of American whisky regen
usiness and which if passed through the One does not need the per- 8 war? If * oer eee that “ ‘There are lots of decent, honest,] that four-year-old liquor is selling as low as at $6.
Legislature will give. the Secretary o! | ception of a Shakespeare nor the !t was our intention to shoot a 3

State for the Colonies absolute power over

that yesterday € ” a it irely rij that the ke istillers
Barbados’ economic life? jtoday and that today is the parent ceived | the utmost co-operation Wantern world ots Foon. the Wholesale, . Most. US. igh ss hard : ini
* | of tomorrow, As it was in the be~ from the officials. pressed for cash. Many whisky drinkers Rainbow Striping
At Bogota in 1948 the Venezuelan repre- j inning is now and ever shall But having been entertained by door of partnership to poo will not buy thei oduct b in 46” wide
sitive clal ds Ghianae Trintdid A the occupying British in Herr §8 #180 right, though deplorable, y their product because taxes

Curacao, Aruba and Bonaire for his coun-
try. Would Ministerial status for Barba-
dos help this island to defend itself against

such claims if Barbados is included in any | cace. Goering took it with a bow there ke gigantic painting, ia . Soames invitation to aggres-| reports the Government. New York City nc BEDSPREADS.
: : Y - 5 as e dea 0 .
subsequent demands from Latin Ameri- fpacanss ‘ne -_ a seer eee, at Westminster, with life ce But unless we can develop inj !0nger has a labour surplus. Reasons: More (70 x 80)

can nationalists?
| “Post-war sentimentalism” writes a war-
time Prime Minister of the Netherlands in

rn " B collapsed. Kaltenbruner of the Were two fountains, surmounted another madman — then we are * oA g eer
Se A arta nue Of the New Common- /tasve head and face merely BY the very fattest “of nudes, creating a terrible problem. Wel mwo.crerpm uU i
wealth “which nurtures the false view that I licked his heels, as if he were Never in all my travels have [I cannot and dare not wipe out the i T SUITS are the newest thing

every “nation”, has the right to “make a
mess of itself” at the cost of historical ties,
which, whatever their short-comifigs, have
been a blessing to mankind—would have it
that everything has changed overnight: that
in the space of a few years the simplest-
minded peoples of a sudden have become

ministerial responsibility when it has no

hard-working men in Germany,

Bacon to know thousand Hanoverians as a lesson men who dread and detest war,

i hy of a
philosophy is the parent of I believe that we would have re-

.* Krupp'’s huse . that we should arm the Western
Becrot “Rendeavons ain ante ‘nat gxtaae aaa? ove Germans because we cannot
ss * roa > ‘eon had been sen- tasteful to the gentleman in ques- #ford to occupy and protect them
tensed to death for crimes against tion. His house is a monument &8ainst invasion. In fact, a dis-
{civilization and crimes against of bad taste. In the great hall armed West Germany would be

ous. tendance of the figures of the various generations ‘he ordinary German a sense of
SGN gd oe NCR ag re gear gi tg ea
hen oktidus rat that had stirred up The furniture was stiff backed and Consciousness that will make the
lrooee against the Jews, almost Victorian. In the grounds there people rule, and not be led by

snswering the salute of a division seen wealth so triumphant over past as if it were something
written on a slate, Three times in

! his Gestapo murderers, The taste,

abi clegant Ribbentrop made no Eventually Herr Krupp came to living memory Germany put

}aigh of understanding for he had a also at Nuremberg but two Europe to the sword and drench-

\cisintegrated in prison until he Years after Goering and the rest ed the world in blood. That is the
was a gaping imbecile older than had been sentenced. There was, ineffaceable charge of history.

pein or death. however, no death sentence for v

‘sate a plea ant “ae ae according WE the’ tenn vied’ ee It is not fair to the victims of
5 unpleasant face w in oo

| rea no sign of any emotion °f victorious justice. German a sion nor to the



But almost Germans t'

‘ned and returned to sleep in his ooks appeared, written, I re-





one dollar 50 cents (about 10s. 8d.) a gallon

have forced the price too high. Wealthier

drinkers prefer Scotch.

UNEMPLOYMENT is falling

metal for civilian uses, more demand fon

consumer goods, and rising defence employ-
ment,

for women. Fur merchants have been hav.
ing a hard time selling fur coats. So now

they have brought out leopard-fur satchels,
a nylon tulle dvening stole with big polka
dots of mink, a transparent nightgown with
mink shoulder-straps, and a negligee with
mink collar and cuffs, petticoats trimmed







steadily,














Towelling at $2.51

Géld, Green, Blue, Oyster,



TUFTED CHENILLE

each $19.85

eS

mselves if we say
y that he Wore than death was the. sen- ith ermine tails, and sheared.
~ en ture.” “ re & hen de Ub toupee, Pr heoe: tence imposed. He was stripped fn. g ready rage) .W ne oe " -fox hats.
: RTS odes tainiterial status into Bar: The neh wee Dr. Schacht, an early ta ee ae and property and ‘erket whife™ the” sais i ‘ ANOTHER ALARM is sounded over Brit-
bados because it is an economic necessity |¢ ponent, of Millers who AUD Joa, th, gta prlton for, twelve ayainst ‘the tomicidal Hitler and] ish jets being away ahead of America’s
would seem to be desirable provided that { Fehres, for building up the finan- Warsaw and of Stalingrad had against the German nation whic | Says the magazine People Today: “America’s
“ministers of considerable knowledge and ' Third Reich. But in the latter lonaire’s money from him thirdly, against th e estern! Ajth h i i Wonderful col hoi i i
experience could be found to fill the posts. » sage of the war he had become is as cruel as to take the power of World ‘for failing to unite in time ough it now supplies 90 per cent. of the}" onderful colour choice of Biscuit,
\ ? | suspect of plotting against Hitler's Speech from a politician or an against the menace that was so] world’s propeller-driven airliners it may\| ‘ Foam Blue, Rose Dust, New Green,
Can found? The answer is no. é ti prop 3
) fe and was put into a concentra~ = 4 : To take away his factories ‘starkly clear. soon find itself without ket.” \ Mariner Blue and White
‘Why then should an island which is one of ltion camp, As far as appearance fs © cut off the hands of a Kreis- Today, the civilized world is without a market.
a group of British Caribbean colonies, {| wes peaaenned Sane et s oe A Cal united as mare. ators. America * * * i
; : ‘ the dock like the embodiment o' alm has cast aside her childish faita , : i —— eens
whose representatives at the coming his- j suman hatred, ; After which there came a calm, in isolation and has bravely ac- NEW YORK’S MAYOR Vincent Impellit- |
toric meeting of Commonwealth Prime | aha night, eos : a Bei rl = Rg logs for ever try. cepted her destiny, If an aggres- pe is turning 200 police out of indoor desk} | \e “gy
. i 1g idemned men went to , Uminals, Besides, the sor dreams now of putting} j ivili j
: Minar will be, te or Me. Bustamante's where they were to remain until ines - Russia was occupying humanity to the sword he will pe a Cet: Chelona ‘welll: dope sree } 1
. BRE” nelle be atau after the chadoa at (torres "Dr. Sibecht ‘went into {nd to tue shoormally'et srvee- Sng, thst Peace no longer carries| St 9G roe Tv
” oriress, * rou- i
‘ mat”, seek to grasp after the shadow of ‘()io ts But he grew fright- bled peace, The first of the Pot a ares 2 her nS -: is not killed by yet. Bob Hope

control over the substance of its economic thine Our troubles are many, and| shows a week for 35 weeks. He will be paic , #3 ay
status the door of the cell was p : " '
life? lott calor Brigadier Desmond Young is a Pim — tas - a bes by the General Foods Corporation, which SHO RT ON PRI CE

| Everyone will readily concede to Mr.
Adams a political reputation and a pre-
eminence in matters affecting trade union
and labour matters, but Mr. Adams has

cell. As a concession to his new 8ret to say, by a personal friend See.

a t mind, but an utter inabilit warns us with the cry: Achtung!
not inished with She sll star cast “thing harshly of the men tue’, Ashtuta! Watt Germany!

self, He had fought against Rom- _ There she lies in the centre of
mel and had conceived a great ad- Europe with small nations on

| Bu the sword of justice was brave ow with a keen enough

‘of eriminals at Nuremberg, Not
sontent with the Gestapo mur-
i derers and Jew baiters and pris-

is going to get more than £700,000 for six

will advertise its wares with the broadcasts

Hope’s agent says it is the biggest one
season deal in radio history.






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fin.



AMERICAN ARMY KHAKI

miration for him, And was it nota her borders which are already
fact that Rommel was shot for secret battlefields of political
having taken part in the vast plot manoeuvre.

ner-shooting generals, the four
{ coont conquering civilizing pow-
ovs—America, Britain France and





Another curious victory for radio over TV

; never yet professed to be an expert on —housewives prefer to listen to “soar

Is Germany to be-
financial or trade matters.

41” wide at $1.94 per yard
against Hitler's life? There was no come the great cocette of the

Da Costa & Co., Ltd.

:
Russia—put Hitler’s armourer in use pointing out t operas” ( ti tal .
i he dock. Was it not Krupp who Oo Desmond Continent, smiling first on the sentimental love serials) rathe:
It is no disparagement of any official in {,°¢ (ocr. ihe Big Bertha of the cone chat fh, Generals only West and then on the East) than watch them. The experts’ explanatior

the civil service of Barbados to say that
there is no one with the exception of His
Excellency the Governor (who is shortly
leaving the island on promotion) who could ,
bring to the understanding of Barbadian
needs the knowledge or experience which
coulg be provided by the leaders of Bar-

Shvigus that Necbeone cubeke — demanding a greater price for her

' irst world war which, at a re-
win the war. I myself would have

merkable ae rg be
send a heavy shell over Paris more respect for a gen

hat killed forty or fifty worship- plotted against the sGoheee me
ners on a Sunday morning in the tide of victory was running at
courch? But that was nothing to {ts fullest strength.

why Krupp would ultimately do However, the book had a big
: lider. Employing slave la- sale and it made out such a case
vbour from conquered European for this chivalrous commander of

—the housewives can identify themselve:
less readily with the sweethearts when they
see the characters.
* * ok
THE American Press is diving into the
intricacies of the Coronation. With a col-



because we have had to take that}
risk.



Our battle of peace is to win
the gifted, hard working, honest
but docile German to an equal

states, and regardless of the the Desert that Hollywood took it citizenship with the West. And/ oured picture of the Qu i q
badian commerce. eavy mortality among them, Up; and we had a film of James by equal citizenship I mean not] |. P lit Q een on its cover
‘ ‘ \ ‘ sustained the assassin Mason doing a Rommel on us that only a common status but’a com- mopolitan magazine prints a_ six-page {}}}

It is quite certain that if the proposals Hitler in every fiendish device of Would not have disgraced Dr,

mon responsibility towards civili-] section with more colour pic
‘estruction that he demanded, Buchman himself, zation itself, But what chance} Guards Beef ‘ 4 E tures of Horse
Nor was that the only service this R.A. F. men in occupied Ger- have we to make them change re eaters, an oronation robes
reat armament dynes cia for the many m4 teen « the Luft. their outlook if our writers extol] entitled “How a Queen is Crowned.” It}
j Fuehrer, He gave Hitler money Walle an ey discussed together the Germa enerals of the last - « }
‘y build up the Nazi Party. the Battle of Britain as though it war, if we Gadieer fiore Krupp} *ys The labour of thousands of loyal}}}
Britons will bring history to life on the}}
Queen’s great day.”
*

for ministerial status become effective the
conduct of Barbadian economy will be
more and more handed over to the Secre-
tary of State for the Colonies, unless the
Prime Minister appoints a representative

|
|
“rupp

Thus was Alfred Krupp guilty had been a rather dangerous but i lood-soaked millions
.f assisting Adolf Hitler before as sparting game, The Luftwaffe and if bind setter Dr. Schacht as an
well as during the war. which had strafed defenceless: economic adviser?

of the Chamber of Commerce to direct its European cities and murdered
Krupp Imprisoned fi oe
The victorious allies, filled with eeing civilians on the roads! The There are two Germanys—the

activities. But if political responsibility Th Orie i Luftwaffe which had tried to Germany of Bismarck, the Kaiser
goes ill with financial dependence there is tee oa’ Betas ti Poe beeek Pesteac’s spirit by killing and Hitler, and the Germany of

, op Herr r ‘ t old civilians in London! ... Yet w Goethe, Wagner and Luther. That
no doubt that the present system by which \ | jat he could wait there until he deny the camaraderie of the wry is the choice, the clear inescapable
responsibility for the government of Bar-

ea bgp ee gone = arta th _ een Dr. Schacht was choice, and ve of the Western
; justice was he by hands at getting busy again, Had he not ld ithe, ficanc
bados is shared by the Governor, the vould not rest until the guilty of made Hitler's Germany strong or. ac apenas = ances

* .
TAXES cost an average of £147 a year for
every man, woman, and child in America.
AT the end of “Porgy,” a Negro musical
with wonderful Gershwin tunes, Porgy of
Catfishrow leaves for New York to see his

Produce ef















political party with a majority, and the j°very degree should pay the and thus enabled him to make our responsibility, Bess. She ran away with Sportin’ Life. She
Secretariat, is in need of urgent overhaul, ‘''°"°!Y of ‘helt erimes, war? There was a place for him in ACHTUNG! ACHTUNG! thought Porgy didn’t love her any more. New Zealand Powd
Not even in the House of Assembly is there fue In New York recently Porgy (actor Pe Rea
any training for responsibility by a Our Read. rs Say: Yours truly, William Warfield) and Bess (Leontyne frase Milk Powder Specials
practice at question time of the members ° PEARL GIBBONS, Price) wert married in a Harlem church. Anchor Evap. Milk i

; President. Anchor Cheese (Cheddar)

Tate and Lyle’s Super

They are the stars of the all-Negro cast Fine Baking Sugar—

DOREEN WARD,
headed for the Berlin Drama Festival. After

Poppy Day Secretary.

Thanks 5-Ib. Tins, }-Ib. Pkges.
0 the Editor, The Advocate

mediately to the questions asked by private Corned Beef

To the Editor, the Advocate, 2-Ib. Pkg.—56c, each



members. Nothing brings to light more SIP, Remembrance’ Sunday SIR,—The Committee and Mem- Divorce A Destroyer Berlin they open in London. = eee eae wi Oe
7 : ailing this year on November 9th bers of the Y.W.C.A. beg through To The Editor, The Advocate, Heverages . 5
than question time in the House of Com- vill all Organizers of districts this medium to express their ap- _SIR,—I do not at all agree with The wedding toast was given by smooth- Coft wien to Tins21.34 per tin
mons the qualities and ability of ministers ‘od Sellers of Poppies please note preciation and grateful thanks, ‘Sunshine’ and his or her version Pure ee

4 ag pa e .
than their method of answering questions hat Poppy Day is Friday, Novem- first to Lady Savage our Patroness of what a woman should be after talking Sportin’ Life—in real life band lead- Chase & Sanborne



of the executive committee replying im- |
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er 7th. for so graciously Broadcasting marriage. Some wonien have easy) er Cab Calloway. Maxwell House erect ne eee eae

and the more difficult suppl i eek ‘ . Tag ; lives and helpful partners, but f ; Lipton’s Dept

hich aitéated pplementaries Poppies and tins ete, will be ae TAS Ee ae ia ones it is the opposite, how can The State Department is sponsoring the Ceylon Tea Meat pt.
which are allow ess cady tor Giststakion at — lic for their generous response, charm be retained? Can you pic-| tour. It is ta show Europe that Negroes do ed Rose Fresh’ Fruit
| It may be elementary to insist that k as usual; To ul e ~count’Y and thirdly to all those persons ture a woman with an aching have-o rtuniti in & ; Choyce Tips Fresh Vegetables
practise makes perfect but so far the mem- ae a 0 ee ~— a who assisted individually in this back and burdened gown with an gy in America. ial bara _ Frozen Fruit

; 53 nan Oe 4 he “ort. irate huskand, looking youthfu BRI ot an average of 88 meat yphoo Tips Frozen Vegetables

bers of the Executive Committee have had Thanks to the kindness of the g geo of oan ‘

S and feeling romantic?

Management of the Marine Hotel ‘The Proceeds realized as a re- The happy married couple will
the Annual Poppy Dance will be sult of this effort amounted not look for romance, but will
held there on Saturday, November to $578.30 journey through life together as

last year, campared with 138lb for Ameri-

cans, says the U.S. Agriculture Department

little practice at accepting the responsi-
bility which question-time demands in ;

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parliamentary debating chamber and if | 22nd. ¥ Gg. Less Expenses of Tags .. 15.00 partners and co-workers in mak- The aa tae meat-eaters od Uru- Guibas Bea een
ae : : ; : ours truly, - ing the world a safe place to live} guayans with a 235lb. average. The Ameri- emon. Creams
ministerial status is ultimate'y adopted in DOROTHY C. HUTSON, Pitonas $563.30 in, nee : we an Aerated ” a ; arg a ites Creams
Barbados the experience gained at ques- Hon, Sec, Divorce is a destroyer. eee nee ale SR Sere ee ewe ee Nuts chicas Chesaiows
tion time will have been valuable B'dos Branch Poppy League We remain, READER time in the last seven years i
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1952

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE



@ From Page 3. Society, it was a trust, and even

without the trustees, it would be ————— $$$ —

there wus no positive evidence a beneficial] trust in

today in the Society, but they the beneficiaries. ; e

were the owners who existed when The question was, could a vol- r . yr

Colleton was bought, when Four untary association hold land, and 4 iser e u 7s

Hills — bought, and when the the answer was “no.” But the

other plantations were bought. A. trustees could hold on their be- Mr. F. C. Catchpole, Labour ployers and workers in Antigiia in the two islands.

iene as it wes, ascerteinelite who —. He said that although the Adviser to the Comptroller for during 1952, had enabled a full A ae ane giving practical

= a e to the fund at oe Barbadian . Progressive Development and Welfare, re- sugar cane crop to be reaped and. theoretical training to ap-
me, the trust was a valid lety was used, it did not mean turned to Barbados on Sunday which had given a total of 33,000 prentices is being erected in St.

trust. every member of the society, but i . the ” : ' '
The cases; hic.edid,-were niurnies all those Who. oxiated at tite ‘tine by B.W.1.A. from Antigua after tons of sugar, a record for th® Kitts’ he said and added that

7 : spending four weeks in the Lee- island.

ous on the law relating to that the money was provided and the ward Islands.end Santo Domingo. He visited various factories in with the actual building.
Dee WE ee ae certainty estates bought — the people Who “ie told the Advocste yester- both territories and found that
frust was invalid or the gift the Did Not Mattes’ day ‘that the visits to St. Kitts increasing facilities were being Mr. Catchpole said that he was
society, was void. But if there It did not matter if you called *P4 Antigua were of a routine provided for the welfare of the unable to comment on the dis-
were definite, ascertainable own- it the edian Crome character. While there, he had workers. Among the points dis- cussions of the delegation sent
ers, they were in a definite ascer- Society or anything else: if the discussions with the Labour cussed had been that of advising to Santo Domingo to investigate
tainable class, and then the trust evidence showed es money mmissioner of each island on and assisting boys and girls in the _ possibilities of recruiting
was valid. was forwarded by a specific class CUrrent labour questions. connection with employment West Indian workers there, as an

In the case before the Court, it of members — those who sub- Mr. Catchpole said that the when they left school. That mat- important issue had not yet been
was a definite class of the people scribed to the loan fund — it improved relations between em- ter was already being considered cleared.
of the society, those who contrib- could not be argued on the \e
— to the —_ —e, wanes grounds f uncertainty or perpet- — —_— zs oe
money was us Oo purchase the uity, that it was not a trust.
estates, and he was therefore sub- Mr. Adams Set references shh aes Sat eee

mitting that the trusts were valid. coop the Minute Book to show and with whose money the plan Unique Areade
See that reports were mad tric ;
As Individuals gociety regarding the catene wer} tations were bought by the plain-
Not Bank

r. Adams Completed His Argument





favour of





VILLO NOVA
ROAD WIDENED

the esta fro tim tiffs and defendants as joint
The case had reached the stage and aie that the pe Be dP 2) owners, could not be beneticial



ae the plaintiffs sued as indi- of a Receiver was out of the °Wners, but could only have a Vork which was being carried
. oe 7 Ses ut 2s rysiee oD be- question because the plaintiffs — on the estates. out on the widening of the road
¥ ; y of members. were “not properly” before the e@ submitted that on the evi- ' i anneared at Villo Nova Corner has been
His Lordship pointed out that Court. dence there could not be less bi pemteedete een py ao completed.
they could not do that, becatse it ‘the euiiailh _ al

z He submitted that the declar- certainty as to who the peopie the d ishi yg Villo Nova Corner is the junc-
om Sank, laid ore genet a ation asked for by the plaintiffs were that contributed to the loan Bank . pre ne ae of three roads—to Claybury,
certain members at cnacehalt of “that the trust be nullified” be fund, because on the one hand (Unique Arcade) building next-Wakefield and Venture: A sign

cestul qué not made, since in a Court of Seales said it came from their to Barclays Bank is almost com- Bas been erected forbidding

veestil "4 oe ee ee equity it would be unequitable Joan ‘funds, while on the other pletely demolished.” A portion of entry to Venture, direct from
“cestul- que trust.” . ti anew Site tae r hand the plaintiff Carrington said the new Barclays Bank will Wakefield.
He said he did not see how the attention to the fact that it came from funds collected by occupy this site. FOOD SHORTAGE

certain appréntices were helping

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WHEN CONSTRUCTING
OR REPAIRING A
BUILDING








Vegetables Do
Not Pay Peasants




Peasants sometimes wonder
whieh would be more profitable,
the planting of cane every year,
or the occasional planting of pro-
visions such as potatoes, yams,
eddoes, etc., but few ever plant
provisions,

A peasant told an Advocate re-
porter yesterday that when he
plants provisions, he _ realises
nothing tangible, but when he
plants a field of canes, he is sup-
posed to get a lump sum of money
when they are reaped.

He said, “These are days when,
what with tractors and othe
mechanisms, a labourer can sel-
dom get more than two days work
a week out of crop season, and if
he has an acre of land and h
plents it in potatoes, the day wil!
come when hunger will oblige hir
to dig the potatoes when only hal)
grown, He will dig until all are
gone, The same thing would hap
pen to other provisions he migh
plant during that year and he
would not get a cent for himsel?

“When the rainy season comes
and his house wants shingling, he
would be unable to shingle it. If
he planted canes, he would be
able to repair his house.”

ALWAYS USE $

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plaintiffs. could come as trustees
because each plaintiff and the
defendants in each of the series
of actions were trustees and they
were also contributors to the
fund, and therefore “cestui que
trusts” in each instance. There-
fore how could one trustee who
was also a “cestui que trust” sue

other trustees who were also
“cestui que trusts”.
Not Anyhow

Mr. Adams argued that in the
ease before the Court they could
not come before the court any
how. The beneficiaries should
have come before the Court. He
thought the case would be very
simple as long as_ his learned
friend insisted that the plaintiffs
came before the Court as indiv~
iduals against the defendants as
individuals. They have said that
the money was handed to them
on behalf of the Barbadian Pro-
gressive Society and it was their
money and not the plaintiffs or
the defendants. How therefore
could they say those things and
at the same time ask the Court
to give a verdict that might have
the effect of their being sole
owners in equity.

In a Court of
Adams said, one had only to
study the proposition of
plaintiffs to see that it could not
be maintained.

He argued that the money was
not given on loan to the people
making the purchase, but was
given to make a purchase, and if
they said it was given by the

EDUCATION NOTES:

equity, Mr.





I propose to-day to conclude my
comments on the Richmond
Schools and to prove to the gen-
eral public including Mr. W. H.
Carter that I am neither harsh nor
unjust in my criticism of the
handling of these institutions.

It has been drawn to my atten-
tion that people are still asking
when they fail to secure entry for
their children at other schools,
whether they can get them into
the Richmond Secondary Schools.
This is exactly what I anticipated
would happen if the public were
not told the truth about these
schools, They are not secondary
in the sense in which Barbados
accepted Combermere or the St.
Michael's Girls’ Sehools, They
are still elementary schools offer-
ing education at the stage between
11 and 14 years,

It now appears to me that the
Director intended this impression
because in the first place he did
nothing to prevent it despite
warnings in this column that it
might happen, and secondly since
the miscarriage of the appoint-
ments the people offered the head-
ships have all beén members of
the staff of accepted secondary
schools,

One incident has come to prove
to any doubter now that the
schools are Elementary Schools

















A

BED
IS THE

BEST

ie Eo sasccoiees foveviyeee

declaration of trust was made in
the name of the Barbadian Pro-
gressive Society, and His Lord-
ship asked Counsel to elycidate
on that point.

He asked him to suppose that
the declaration of trust was nul-
lified, (which he thought it was)
the parties who bought the prop-
erty having admitted that they
acted as agents for the purchase,
not with their money, but with
money contributed by people who
contributed to the loan fund,
could the Court therefore, in
view of the evidence, regardless
of any declaration of trust, hold
that the plaintiffs were the own-
ers out and out?

Never Asked That

Mr, Reece said that they had
never asked that, but they were
asking that the people who con-
tributed to the money through
the loan fund should take it
back, having a lien or charge on
the estates. He argued that the

his society from dances, rallies

etc, but not out of their regular DUE TODAY : The residents of St, Andrew l ms Blees:
r The SS. Canadian Cruiser is *'¢ still experiencing a food ing Gums, Sore Mouth a
Did Not Agree due to arrive in port at midday ‘ortage.

. Very little rice can _ be Kare, Byorrhen. ranch. 3
to-day. The vessel will leave later perhape some

He said he did not agree with for St. Vincent, Grenada, Trini- obtained, and no sweet potatoes
the proposition of law Dicemisttond dad and British Guiana. The Were obtained for many weeks,
by Mr. Adams as to the nature Canadian Cruiser is consigned to Sea eggs are in a short supply.
of a voluntary trust which was @4rdiner Austin & Co, Ltd. LECTURE ON “THE FLY”
held to be valid. The funda- ,OADS LIME: = 2 2 —— Sere anreteresen



mental principle was that no ——— A large number of persons OF money bavi
person could be a beneficial The schooner Marion Belle Were present at the Belfast Social Best temn Sour oheraune’ Nodes
owner unless that-person was Wolfe was yesterday loading a Club on Sunday night last; and Rgroseantes wrotects you

capable of holding land, and he quantity of lime, Most of the lime listened attentively to Mr, Earn-
was submitting that the Society is being shipped by Manning & est Grant while he lectured on
was incapable of holding land. © Co. Ltd. The Marion Belle Wolfe ‘The Fly”. Mr. Grant explained,

Mr. Reece argued that the per- was a week end arrival from the dangers of the “Fly” and the SR x

sons who bought the estates were British Guiana. diseases it is constantly carrying. a
The Biggest and Best

given the mon in a fiduciar
position, and ae with heey “EMELINE” LEAVES : SHEEP SLAIN Assortment of
CHRISTMAS CARDS

belonging to them used it in The ill fat sane ~ Parts of a she fer scOV
f s -fated schooner Emeti Parts of a sheep were discov-
buying the estates. The legal which lost its Captain ned ite inst ered at different spots in
can be obtained from: "
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ownership was therefore in the yo Vaughan’s d , Horse Hill
n age to Barbados, left port over Vaughan’s area, near Horse Hi

plaintiffs and the other names the week-end for British Guiana. St. Joseph on’ Sunday evening
appearing on the conveyances. It now has a new captain and an Jast. The head and skin were
The beneficial owners were not almost new crew. The crew of the found at one spot and the intes-

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persons who made the purchases its unsuccessful trip tines at another, The sheep was
were only bailees of the money, money, but they had a lien on left the vessel on its arrival here Owned by Clement Forde of
and the mere fact that they in- the estates, and it was possible and for some time it was await- Horse Hill, St. Joseph, and was
vested the money in property to trace their money and get it ing a crew to sail again. last seen. alive on Sunday about
against the advice of their solic- back. midday tied near Forde’s home.
ftors, thereby doing something He suggested as a solution that ONE ARRIVAL : Signs of a butcher’s knife were
which was not allowable by law the estates be sold and the money With only ween seen on the parts of the sheep
in Barbados, made the trust in- paid to the respective people who ‘ ith on y one art ival, the water- that were found.
valid, and they became the legal contributed money to the Joan The 1 was very dull yesterday,
owners, having bought in thew fund. ‘Marea Henriette” from Of tonta
name. : Mr. Reece read at length a under Captain B. Selby with gen.
He submitted that there could number of cases in support of his eral cargo for the island. The
be no trust at all, whether by the contention, and on resumption Careenage which for the past week
Barbadian Progressive Society or to-day, will continue to address was somewhat. overcrowded yes- Di
the people who put up the His Lordship the Vice-Chan- terday berthed only five schooners 1eés
money. cellor. and two motor vessels.
(From Our Own Correspondent)

GRENADA, Oct, 11.
Edgar De Jardine



Of these schooners, only the
crews of the “Franklyn D. R.” and
the “Zita Wonita” were engagea . Pr-
dn any kind of work, as they saw Sween,
after the discharging of the last Officer died this afternoon at his
remnants of their cargo of fire~ St. Andrews home after an illness
wood and charcoal.

the deceased was highly respect-

Launches, too, were idle and ed in the community. His Ameri-

and that is that the two advertise- been appointed Inspector and they remained tied up in their ean-born wife pre-deceased him
ments calling for a headmaster as she is ngt available at the mo- usual berths. There was no sigM about a year ago.
for the Boys’ School and the most ment, Mr. Cuffley from the Bay of work in any of the warehouses, ;
recent calling for a headmistress Street Boys’ is acting Inspector which usually bustle with activity
for the Girls’ School are directed Now Mr. Jarvis who had been at on the arrival of a steamship. |
to teachers of the Elementary Harrison College and booted the Despite the absence of steamships, |
Shools. So now this grabbing at inspectorship out of his way and the warehouse hands were still!
teachers from the Secondary gone to Lodge School leaves an- hanging around in the hope of|
Schools is likely to come to an other vacancy and I understand “something turning up”, and while!
end, I hope that I am not being that Mr, Arthur Jordan another they waited for the unexpected
too sanguine because it has been schoolmaster from St. George will to happen, they played their fav-
proned in pocene re. oe eng act as Inspector for the first time. ourite games of dominoes and
thing can happen to education in : draughts.
Barbados. Soroewhere behind the I have nothing against these
scenes, there are the hands of acting appointments, In fact they RepaIRS TO KEEL.
the spoilers whq are working square well with the suggestions
effectively to upset the education [ have been making in this Col- The schooner “Burma D.” which
system of this island and it seems umn from time to time. But if arrived in port over the last week~
that neither the Department of these men can carry out the du- end, is at present in the inner ;
Education nor I can put a hand ties, and so many of them at one Careenage where repairs to its J





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on the offender, time, to the satisfaction of the De~ keel are being carried out. The, bow lumbago,
partment of Education, why is it crew of the schooner were seen and the a inact
It is strange to me to find that necessary to go-to the Secondary at work yesterday eagerly scrap. a ee Urinary
there was so great a need for the Schools for Inspectors when va~ jing and refitting the keel for its ection, can Saar
immediate services of Inspectors cancies occur. It is only fair to pjext trip. Si uolioe ‘tafeguiard
of Schools (to such an extent that them if they can do the work that your hate by ‘enashiarie
teachers from various Secondary when the posts are vacant they REPAIRS : acid and harmful wastes out of the
Schools were pressed into service) should be appointed. But the ~—_* system. When kidney action is
and within a few weeks the actual Teachers’ Association of which Mr. © Repairs are also being carried inadequate and to filter the

handling of the matter has given Jordan is President is a sleep- out to the schooner Mandalay II
a direct contradiction to the theo- ing partner in this education busi- at its berth in the Careenage. fort result.
ries advanced. Mr. Millar has ness. Until it is awakened from Yesterday carpenters were at work Soguede

been seconded (not appointed) its lethargy or until the parents Of gypporting the bottom of the inain
for duty as Acting headmaster of the children who are being pre- mast and carrying out general
the Richmond Boys’ School and vented from getting the best edu- 4)|-round repairs. Meanwhile, the

Mr. Spencer a Schoolmaster fom eation ay ie do something crew folded the sails of the vessel, | , tell how good Doan’s are,
: ip is acting Inspector. ss about it, all is lost, which were put out for sunning deh yo !
Weston from the College has J. E. B. oi the previous night’s rain. ine »- DOAN’S ye

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TELEPHONE 2508 | REAL ESTATE jet ive feon the Gxt Cambridp Ti psagiuadaitandadieec india
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DIED FORK SALE same Haak, Cates “Arch ile” Clap: PASSES AT ALTERNATIVE ORDINARY | gers and cargo weekly by auxiliary vessel of not less tean 50 tons} The M.V. “CARIBBEE” will
e water and Electricity installed for! yw 4 pynigs LEVEL ‘between Grenada and Carriaco.: with an extended trip to Union T0- DAY'S NEWS FLASH f cccept Cargo and Passengers for
le parmenters DbOis Se ee M. E. KING; on | Island once a fortnight, and an acditional fortnightly trip to Carriacou. P BS Seeenien, ot ees ond Pemen:
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Palm Beach, St. James, Helen Maude PASSES AT ORDINARY Lever uxiliary vesse: ould be fitted with a lavatory and equipped with «ers only for
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letters, cards; wre: i CAR -- Triumph wer; Ladies . J : m Geography ls
extended their cane Seema “the Model; 1,700 miles. $2;200, Dial 3355 I have been instructed to sell by public - s SEs aren and Frenci:, | @TY, to 31st December, 1953. r }
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and Clement Lane sn ieee remem tne towing es Langtinge, English Literatire. jrogié> | Grenada—Cariacou,” 7
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RIPLEY-ON-SEA— Maxwell Const, tw« 1977 — $293.00 By Order ) English Literaiure, Listory, Geography ; - S$. Verybad, s.s. Jotunfjell, s.s QODDARD
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fon and previous emplosment Agolica. | mattresses, cushions. Limited quantity—|"yanibar Club”, Nelson St., City French. wi ou a
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INTERMEDIATES PLAY BRIGHT CRICKET |

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THE NINTH SERIES of Intermediate Cricket began
last Saturday. At most of the grounds there were some
bright cricket and honours were equally divided between
the batsmen and bowlers. Ser SS. ea a ee
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LONDON, October 13.

_ After seven desperately one-sided rounds Johnny
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score at close of play was Y.M.P.C.
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K. Branker batting for Y.M.P.C.
scored 117 not out, and D. King
and L, Greenidge scored 39 and
“88 respectively. Bowling for
Pickwick. O, Lashley and B. Lewis
took ofre wicket each for 19 runs
each,

In the Carlton—Police maich
played at Carlton, Carlton batted
all day to score 183 runs,

Chief scores for the team wer
made by K. Hutchinson who was
bowled by Forde after making 76,
and G, Matthews, caught Haynes
bowled Browne for 32. Bowling
for the constables Sealy and For
took three wickets each for 33 and
9 runs respectively. Haynes and
Denny one wicket each for 29 and
23 runs respectively.

Won Toss

In the Empire—-Cable and Wire-
less match played at Boarded Hall,
Empire won the toss and sent in
Cable and Wireless to take the
first knock. They were all out
for 71 at the first venture. Batting
for them, only two of their bats-
men were able to reach double
figures; they were R. Croney and
C. Cozier who made 17 and 19
runs respectively. Bowling for
Empire, M. Armstrong took 5 of
the wickets for nine runs in 12
overs, and C. Prescod and
Amory took two wickets each for
12 and 16 runs respectively.

Empire went to the wicket and
by close of play were 28 runs for
three wickets, only batsman to
reach double figures being D.
Browne who made 10 before he
was caught by Field off Branker.
Bowling for Cable and Wireless,
®. Branker took two wickets for
nine runs in five overs and H.
King took the other for 12 runs
in seven overs.

Batted All Day

In the Combermere and Mental
Hospital match played at Black
Rock, the school boys batted all
day and scored 181 runs for all
with eighteen extras.

Batting for the school boys, Mr.
Sealy made 81 runs before being
caught and bowled by Williams.
Next best score to that was R.
Branker caught and bowled Gas-
kin for 19. Bowling for the Mental
Hospital V. Todd and J. Wiltshire
took three wickets for 41 and 48
runs respectively.

The match between Wanderers
and Spartan was played at the
Garrison. Spartan won the toss
and elected to bat. They occupied
the wicket for the entire day and
raised 200 runs for nine wickets.

The chief scores were S, Chase
87, Wood 31, C. Wood 22, W.

berbatch and C, Matthews 11

cn.

Bowling for Wanderers A. G.
Seale and D. Leach took three
wickets each for 37 runs each.
H. L. Toppin took two wickets for
2B°runs in nine overs.

PICKWICK vs. ¥.M.P.C,

. ¥.M.P.C, 204 for 3 — Ist Innings
Il, Greenidge out 38
D. King out 39
K. Branker not out 117
Mandeville b Clarke 0
Hoyos ¢ M, Lashley, b O. Lashley 2

Extras 8
Total 204
Fall of wickets: 1-2, 2—5.

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO. M. R. w.
Clarke ; 8 3 19 1
O, Lashley 6 0 19 1
B, Lewis 29 8 46 0
B. Inniss 26 1 19 0
N, Greenidue 3 0 12 0
G. Moore 7 1 12 0
M. Lashley 4 0 6 0

CARLTON vs. POLICE
Cariton—ist Innings 571 for 8
K, Hutchinson b Forde 16
R. Marshall |.b.w, Denny
G. Matthews c Haynes b Browne 32
G. Harding b Forde 22
W. Goodridge c Haynes b Sealy 8

Cc. Stanford b Sealy 7

E. Marshall c Cheltenham b Sealy 5

H, Burke run out . a

E. Edghill not out 4

G,. Gill not out 2

A. Nicholson did not bat 6

Extras ; 10

Total ‘ 185

Fall of wicket: 1—4, 2—92, 3—125, 4
128, 6150, 6-158, 7—162, 8—171,

BOWLING ANALYSIS

Oo M R w

Haynes 9 2 29 1
Denny Bt 2 23

Griffith ° 4 1 20 0

Sealy 12 1 33 e

Brewster 5 0 22 0

Browne 9 0 37 1

Forde ‘ 5 0 9 2

EMPIRE vs. CABLE & WIRELESS
Empire won the toss and sent them tp
Empire % for 3
Cable & Wireless—Ist Innings 71

B. Matthews c Armstrong b Prescod 2
R, McKenzie b Armstrong 7
R. Croney b Armstrong at
Cc, Cozier ec Sub. b Amory 19
a. King b Armstrong o
C. Seale b Armstrong o
T. King b Armstrong 2
D. Archer ¢ Armory b Prescod 6
N. Clarke not out ‘ 2
M. Francois ¢ Bourne b Armory 5



The last match of the
Basketball series between
the touring Trinidad team,
Carib Bears and the Island
will be played tonight at
the Y.M.P.C, when His Ex-
celleney the Governor and
Lady Savage will attend.
Play starts at 8.30 o'clock.

The visitors have already
won the series as they have
beaten the Island twice.

They have also beaten a
combined H.C.0.B.—Carlton
team and Harrison College.
The Island team are still
hopeful of winning at least
ene match, and the match
should be interesting.



Polo Players
Practising

Polo players started practising
about two weeks ago at the Gar-
for the season which wilk
soon begin. They are getting the
horses fit and themselves more
accurate at hitting the ball while
on the run.

Polo practice was delayed be-
cause of this year’s drought which
caused the ground at the Garrison
to be badly cracked,

WATER POLO:

Water Polo players will be
practising tonight under floodlight
at the Aquatic Club in prepara-
tion for the Barbados-Trinidad
tournament which begins next
week.

The Trinidad team has already
been selected, but the local team
is not expected to be selected
until Sunday after more practice
matches,

Both the Barbados Men’s and
Women’s teams hold the Inter-
colonial Cups, and since the an-
nual intercolonial series started,

local teams has not been
defeated.
HOCKEY :

The first hockey match for the
season will be played at Pickwick
next Friday when the Golf Club
will meet Pickwick. Hockey prac-
tice started about a month ago.
There is a possibiility later in the
year of an Intercolonial tourna-
ment between Trinidad and Bar-
bados, very likely in Trinidad,

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E. Branker 1.b.w, Hutchinson

2

Extras 9
chi eee tis vet

Fall of wickets; 1—6, 2—29, 3—30, 4
~—#0. 5—30, 6—34, 7—47, 8—53, 9—62.

BOWLING ANALYSIS

o. Mm R W.

c Prescod 10 2 12 2
M. Armstrong 12 5 9 5
0. Wilkinson .. 2 0 i 0
E. Armory 64 0 16 2
K. Hutchinson .. 5 1 9 1

Empire—ist Innings
9. Taylor l.b.w, H. King 18
D Browne ¢ Feld b Branker 10
E. Armory not out 3
M. Armstrong ¢ Croney b Branker 2
©. Wilkinson not out 0
Extras 6
Total

28
Fall of wickets: 1—20, 2—24, 3—28.
BOWLING ANALYSIS

ce} w.
H. King 7 2 12 1
R. McKenzie 2 0 4 0
E. Branker 5 3

1 9 3

MENTAL HOSPITAL vs. COMBERMERE

Combermere batted all day and scored
181 for all.
Scoreboard:

Mr, Sealy c & b Willlams ul

R, Branker c & b Gaskin 19
A. Phillips 1l.b.w. Todd 22
®. Inniss c Boyce b Wilshire 6
Mr. Hughes ec Boyce b Wilshire 2
Vv. Callender stpd. wkpr., b Tood 1
P, Lashley Lb.w. Chase 5
H. Seott b Todd u
G. Harewood not out ot]
lL. Williams run out 5
©. Sealey c Boyce b Carter 1
Extras 18

Total 181

BOWLING ANALYSIS

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Vv. Carter . 7 2 4 1
Vv. Todd 12 2 41 3
R. Chase M1 3 33 1
«Wilshire 4 2 48 2
C. Gaskin .. 7 2 4 1
c. Wiliams 3 0 ul 1

SPARTAN vs. WANDERERS
Spartan—ist Innings

Cc. O. Gittens ¢ Proverbs b Leach 0
C, Wood ¢ (wkpr. Hutson) b,Toppin 22
8. D. Morris ¢ Toppin b Ramsay 3








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Ee. T, Smith L.b.w, b Seale ’ 1
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Extras; b. 10, w. 1, nb, 2 13
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Good Performances
In Division II Games

Good bowling and equally good
batting marked the opening of
the ninth series of Second Divis-
ion games on Saturday last. No
side reached the 200 run mark,
the nearest to it being Comber-
mere who scored 184 in their
match against Pickwick at the
school grounds. Highest individ-
ual score was also recorded in
this match by Kirby Lewis who
seored an undefeated 65 for the
school team. Good bowling fig-
ures were returned by [Irvin
Harris of Empire who helped to
skittle out Windward by captur-
ing five wickets for only 17 runs.
Other good performances were
returned by Hinds of ‘Central
who scored 53 against Foundation
and Mandeville of Y.M.P.C.
whose score of 49 helped
his team to secure first innings’
lead over College. Of the
bowlers, O. Burke of Y.M.P.C.
took .four for 28 in the same
match, Deane of Windward se-
cured four for 29 against Empir®,
and John Corbin of Wanderers
who returned the very good fig-
ures of six for 26 against Erdis-

ton.
MATCHES
College vs. ¥Y.M.P.C.

College had much the worst of
the first day’s play in their match
at Weymouth against Y.M.P.C
Batting first, they could only
scroe 88 and only the two new
comers, Knight and Cumber-
batch, with 20 and 17 respective-
ly, batted well, College con-
tributed to their own downfal!
by three batsmen running them-
selves out. For Y.M.P.C., the best
bowlers were Burke with four
for 28 and Butler with three foc
18. When Y.M.P.C. went to the
wicket their opening pair Ingram
and Mandeville put on 90 for the
first wicket and they ended the
day seven runs ahead with seven
wickets in hand.

Erdiston vs. Wanderers

Erdiston had the _ better of
Wanderers in their match = at
Erdiston on Saturday, In their
first innings, Erdiston collected
120 runs against some accurate
bowling by Corbin who captured
six wickets for 26 runs. F. Deane
scored 34 of this total, while
Bourne and Norgrove gave gool
support by scoring 17 and 16 re-
spectively. By the close of play,
Wanderers were struggling . to
avoid being led on first innings
with their score standing at 50
for the loss of six wickets.

Windward vs. Empire
An interesting day’s play was
witnessed at Bank Hall where
Empire are entertaining Wind-

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ward, After skittling out Wind-
ward for 100 in their first in-
nings, Empire just managed to
top this score by scoring 108,
losing eight wickets in the pro-
cess. For Empire, Harris gave an-
other good performance by cap-
turing five wickets for 17 runs.
Top scorer for Windward was
Johnson with 22 and Davis was
also undefeated with ,22. Bynoe
scored 27 for Empire while Kir-
ton 20 and Norville 16 played
good supporting innings.

Combermere vs. Pickwick

Combermere batted mosi of
the day in their match with
Pickwick at the schoo] grounds
last Saturday. Lewis 65, Skeete
43 and Mr. Glasgow 29 helped
boost the Combermere total to
184. White was the most success
ful bowler for Pickwick, He cap-
tured three for 58,

Foundation vs. Central

In their match at the school
grounds on Saturday last, Cen-
tral, batting first scored 145
against the _ schoolboys. Chief
contributors were Hinds _ 58,
Weekes 25 and Da Silva 18 not
out. E, Jones was the most suc-
cessful bowler for the school
team. He captured three for 2t
while L. Jones and Mr. Callender
took two each for 16 and 51 re-
spectively.

SCORES.
College vs. ¥.MLP.C.
at College,

College— 88 (G. Knight 20, C.
Cumberbatch 17; O. Burke four
for 28, V. Butler three for 19).

Y.M.P.C.— 96 for three in
gram 37, Mandeville 49).

Erdiston vs. Wanderers
at Erdiston. >

Erdiston— 120 (F. Deane 34,
I. Bourne 17, C. Norgrove 16; J.
Corbin six for 26).

Wanderers— 50 for 6 (Patter-
son 24 not out, Corbin 12 not
out).

at Bank Hall,
Windward— 100 (Johnson 22,
Davis 22 not out, Williams 16;
Harris five for 17, Lewis two for
10, Kirton two for 42).
Empire— 108 for 8 (L. Bynoe
27, Kirton 20, Norville 16; Deane
four for 29, Scott two for 15),

Combermere vs. Pickwick
at Combermere,
Combermere— 184 (Lewis 65
not out, Skeete 43, Mr. Glasgow
29; White three for 58, Peterkin
two for 22, Butler two for 30).
Pickwick— 20 without loss
vs. Foundation -
at Foundation.
Central— 145 (C. Hinds 53, F.
Weekes 25, Da Silva 18 not out,
Patrick 16; E. Jones three for 21,
L. Jones two for 16, Mr. Callen-
der two for 51).
Foundation— 39 for 1 (Evelyn
23 not out).

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1llbs, 90z. But apart from the ad
vantage in weight and another ir!

Outsider Wins
Rockley Golf

(By HARVEY)

The longest shot of the day
came through to win the Bee
Mug _ Competition at the Rock-
ley Golf and Country Club over
the week-end when Keith Mur-
poy, the soft singer of the sew-
ing; machine company, carried o





top honours to the surprise ofp}:

everyone, including himself,

Even though he was playin
off a handicap of 22, it didn
seem enough, and ji
Hat held before the medal play
event, he sold at the very rock
bottom price, In fact there
only one bid for him and every
one laughed loudly when Lord”
Dangan, an inexperienced handi-
capper, bought him. Lord Dan-
gan, of course, had the last laugh
when he collected his not incon-
siderable winnings.

Murphy, a quite capable player
off 22 almost any time, was un-
derestimated because of the fact
that he has played very little
golf in the course of the last six
months and it was believed that
lack of practice would be a severe
handicap. However, in spite of

two lost balls and several three- ©

putt greens, he turned in a 92,
which gave him a net 70, the
winning score.

Colin Bayley seemed certain to
better the figure with only two

les to play, where a pair of
pars would have given him a
net 66. But he blew wide open
on the seventeenth, taking a 10
against a par 5, and four-putted
the eighteenth for a 6 against a
par 4. Those two holes boosted
his gross score to 83 and even his
10 handicap left him wed for
third with Victor Hunte, who also
missed his chance to win on the
last two holes,

Lost Opportunity

Hunte needed two pars for a
net 69, but took a 7 and a 6,
While these two were dissipating
their big opportunities, John
Rodger, the commercial banker of
Canada, slipped in with a net
71 for second place, bringing,
further fortune to the Danga
menage as he had been bought i
the white hat by Lady Dangan,

H. V. King proved to be quit
the ladies’ man when he bough
Mrs, Roy Wilson and his wife in

the White Hat for the ladies
Spoon competition, and th
finished on@-two in the order

Faye Atwell, with 15 points, was
third in the field of twelve,
The Beer Mug statistics :

Player (h’c’p) Gross Net
K. Murphy (22) 92 70
J. Rodger (4) 75 71
Cc. Bayley (10) 83 73
Vv. Hunte (23) 96 73
E. Benjamin (13) 87 74
J. Kellman (22) 97 75
L. Maskell (8) 83 75
R. Vidmer (4) 79 75
Cc. Bellamy (18) 95 77
N. Daysh (16) 95 79
P. Gregg (21) 101 80
R. Norris (17) ~=—-:100 83
J. Egan (8) 93* 85
Lord Dangan (24) 113 89
W. Atkinson (7) No Card
H. V. King (22) No Card

A.W. Tempro (22) No Card
Ladder Matches

Action continued brisk on the
Challenge Ladders during the
past week but after eleven
matches were played only one
position was altered. That was in
the men’s division where J. Rod-
ger defeated Will Atkinson and
moved up into fourth place.
Bert King advanced briefly when
he defeated Victor Hunte, but in

a second encounter, Hunte was
successful in regaining his
position .«

In all other clashes the chal-
lenger was turned back. R.
Vidmer defeated C. Bayley for
the second time and retained his
place at the top, Jack Egan met
W. Atkinson’s challenge and held
his place, but when Egan at-
tempted to pass Bayley, he, in
turn, was turned back. Tony
Tempro, who has climbed stead-
ily upward, was halted in his
ascent by Ronnie Inniss.

The standings also held firm
in the ladies’ division. Mrs.
Beasley challenged Mrs. Vidmer
and was beaten, but held her
position against a challenge from
Mrs. King. Mrs. Vera Manning
made an effort to pass Mrs.
MacIntyre, but failed.

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ocsvindeed for the
..twere more like “pushes”

height Arthur had nothing to)
commend himself except

ight eye had been badly split in
what proved to be the last round.

Arthur had earlier’ suffer-
sed a cut on his left eye and
't was quite clear that with the
double handicap he could have no
hope against the ‘classic lefi-
oanded boxjng of Williams. The
champion was moving as sprite-
4ly as ever and although he winced
once or twice from the South
African's ponderous right hand he
aever looked like being in real
trouble,

Arthur, who has had only a
score or so of fights and those

made to
His punches lacked snap and
most part they
which

illiams usually rode or avoid-
ed altogether.

The blow which split Arthur’s

left eye was delivered in round
three after the South African had
shaken the champion with a right
to the jaw. Williams came back
with his double left to the body
and jaw
Arthur’s left lead and smashed
home a hard right which brought
blood in torrents from the corn-
er of the South African’s left

It was learnt later that from
the second round Arthur had had
double vision.

WT. Selectors Will
Not Watch J’ca
—B.G. Cricketers

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 13

The West Indies Cricket Board
of Control will not attend the
British Guiana Intercolonial series.
The Board decided this morning
to abandon plans for sending
selectors to British Guiana to see
the current Intercolonial cricket
matches between British Guiana
and Jamaica at Bourda. Up to
noon Cyril Merry, Board Secre-
tary, had not received any com-
munication from the Indian Board,

As a result Goddard will fly
home tomorrow while N. Nether-
ole of Jamaica will leave for
home on Saturday.
















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TUESDAY. OCTOBER 14, ltU BAKBAOOS ADVOCATE PAGE THKKl Mr. Adams Completed His Argument Mr. Reece Continues His Address Today MR. G H. ADAMS. Counsel for the iahwtoota ill th Panama Estates Chancery Suit completed Argun* support of his case yesterday before His Lordship the Vic. Chancellor. Sir Allan Collymore, and on raaumptj lilJO o'clock. Mr. W W. Reecc, Q.C., Coua*4 l puunttfbi who befian vestt-rd;.'-. will address His Lordship. Fvidpix| n n lr .„„ „.. ^.^ WT. I li.-irci-il \\ itn v ._ UHaisril n 1111 %  kOltlMU l.l VHIIS I'l.AV UAH Damaging Plum Tree < drlt Mr. It#*c. Ilifli acltln i and for IJI. %  iin The ulijecl mutter u> i.,. cue P u v.fl v v .„ .... < : %  %  i ... brtwir of urn. ... | it < was bearing ptUlpg, Vi. m mil. son Of Simoon I All, I n "n May 13 he nw .lie defendant of the branch** from plUffl I.. 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He was however say in* thai an "Ol'SE BROKEN unincorporated association, while ... .—--——r_. u .... „ II could not hold legal property. ,M' r,n m Fora> f ^"tlon Hill St could vest the propertv in trur* Michael reported lhat her house As an example, he quoted a numwas br <*n and entered lome. ber of cricket dubs and other vol" me ,,n cl ? tj *I, l *** articles to untary organisation* which owned ,r "" valu€ r **' stolen. Jack Gill property, vesting the legal estate [ atcrford Plantation rcporte* in their trustees. hil1 "hieve* carried away money from the office of the same planThe other side wag asylng. that tattoo when they broke and %  >the trust was nul and voidThey lend there on September 30. all knew that both the plaintiffs Linett Maloney of UghLsfoiit ii-fendants were members .ane. St. Mlchnel reported that t the Society and they were he house of Solomon Bham at .*'tying that the society could not Kensington New Koad. St. Michael l.old land It wan also arkndVwas broken and entered <,n Oc•<bcr 11. Many good* were stolen, i based the estates was not the Investigations are afoot. money in "tote" of the parties in the suit, although iliey contnbON BOND uled. He was arguing" therefore —r.," ^— ., ,, that the Court of Equity could not H,s Worship M say tions _. Invalid. year-old Muriel Greene uf FairConstructive TrtW ? old Black Rock on P r bat > on to % %  %  " %  %  * % %  „ period of 12 months in the sum His Lordship asked "would it of £fl for stealing clothing somein". bt a constructive trust hold by time between October 7 and Oc-. Thc hou,,,,,^ wa it above St the Iscal owners to the benriii of tobti•• Marv\ church is f\M undarguuw The clothing were ihe property ^J ln whlch Uuit a kboul W1 No Red Infiltration In Security Agencies PHH-ADELPHIA. Oct 13. GFNERAIWALTEK 1 KDEI.L SMITH, head (af th, guru* Agency, testified on M il tu knew of no Comu unist initltralinn loio Umic rrimenl Security Agencies "within the United Smith appeared tWore the House Un-American mil Uf r. 1( ,iify J statement he made laSiten I there ure Cuinmui.. Wll ..1 ..Hil/... ., "Uat. House May Consider Training Fund it**, rage i I A 1 II. I%  aid i •S statemer.i on th< %  TJevry and past performances" of Puasu he actually I in thi ; o If 1 tm ted than %  %  '". he said. I said be battevi ttstra l te Coinmimistj. in hi %  • %  %  inllltrallng in ;v u. .Hhe. countries. ''It i I .. %  in i' he said. "J have nbserv'>t the) have dot the United States. In Japan an i ii Is Ibotfsj i In hlivc th. SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay aaaivaui •>iit. IMboa %  ska c*i'. r *•* %  r<*. %  • IX i .1 I t ..) IblMllM r< I IVmeni Tuaolliy M. 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High ranking American BrlU-tt Can. dlsn and Oermao OfAoars sapcrvlsed the war gaaaa* At left, above, Haj Oen W Bur c Command.'r of the UJ. 7th Corpa. is ckatting wiui na of the Intdcr gaardamon who wsar* the old German army belmot. ftaar. eei.rvr, is Haj Oau. Joan Dalt)ulst, Ooaiof the US &th Oori>< iINP) Wheat Overflows Canada's Granaries V..,. are all familiar wllh \ li •". *ie said. "About tl.v a minor OIL; u n Conununlst Ask i •>y Iti'imblitan Committee mci.isld Veld.whether would nive further details on hL 'cumin, MI Closed BSjasJoB Sin replHKl, "I would be glad to *!> %  .• detail* ai a dosed session for -s.m> why 1 feel theiv ir •nilltraliiin in my agency." -I. P. i . ., ...'!.Il) ii iv iteiBier • %  %  oue |o the fact thai ii rti n types of eoui % %  %  Involve differed .i< uf smya s agiture. UK i nay commence I Bl and DO) ntd until I lt< f llnancial year, and Oia: B MIBi .mi... %  %  i a certain time, may have to be ''( %  tpiHMrd ou'ini; to tnoi d ItVculttei. etc. Cuil.tiiueiitly. It becotiM 'te aaaary In adminlsiering traioi'^r xeharnas to enter Into eumtmtmerit* for which funds elttu • u vn-t .1. .i iu,iy lapse. Ku %  i< irtjr uruiaalrable. l,"7\J NEW Smart Pretty LADIES' HATS IUIIIUI), I >,w, n BMi ton iHLji.Mfcr.* '•-' H NtsMlnidlr ..• K Will 14 I.BI ItlalSaS—O.i K Miner. I Onuar. %  ,\(.+. %  Hf. J Hutlon. n Mo -war. W BDVHle. T. Uainaol. B La..Ml. J U'MP. ( llrailr, I* Qeaia* Conanl. N Cunanl. O Orant I* i BMba I Oeoeaea • •a V.aeiaeto—0*1 II f IV.jla.. r. Dr •* < l Hi: COSDANB Pleas suit M K le Own against Rt. Hon Allan F. Ijucellei et nl which wt down for hearing yeatenl before Mr. Justice J. W. has been adjourned in the 27tn. Mi-s Kale QrBM, a tl of Tweedsiov Road, w damnI Jl.937.78 damages for loss and ...penes incurred as a result of .n ident with the loery M-16: :i. Boundary Wall Being Repaired .... St. Michael. Police CoimUkU "'Jii.'Si. woikiuui ww. ww DnrnUfa m lb.detenda.il w.*, oB y oll „. „, „„. M pUu .U:. W.sh.1. iielhapllilhrniflknl M.-r.. KH-.I^K^ "* ". . . i .11.. I_ J _^ 'IM liaill the persons who contributed to the • lui.ii which bought the estutis? A of leila Wliltebi-ad of Itcvd Su-cet, "' i Anlams icphi. ,, "" i :1 '< ...Nsing by Whitehead Jind arrestthat it would be difficult at this ^ ner stage to know who the Individuals FINED %  •/lhat contributed were, and added —— %  — that if it was nruued that the trust In Uhc Assistant Court of A| .ire usually %  gorhi crap—and It k. unusually high-grade. The million. bag the clothing thalwere reportsrf lng whlch looked badly and re "placing fresh plastering. For the past few weeks the. workmen were hard at work on VD other port* of the boundary wall, failed for the lack of certainty, peai ye*Mtday~Their Honours Mn * wo,k u no %  ** eaa *W" the Court could not from that say, H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. It. anew silOKTAGt being a Court of Equity, and it beHanschell Unod I^on M.ixwell at ing held that than was no trust. Hannays. St. Lucy, 10/for tre*People in St. Philip are fclil that therefore those persons who passing on the land* of Daniei experiencing the rice shortag. a/speared on the proceedings were siocombc a: Crab Hill, BL Lucy although a small supply came tthe legal owners out and out hold,,„ May 11 "this year. the island a lew weeks a*' K 'toaiit off OralB c ommissioner-t I mg for the benefit of themselves. Their Honours reversed the devarious schoonerh. That. His Lordship said, was tho rlslon of H ls Worship Mr. G. B. In St. Ptiilip shopkeep ; an difficulty as he saw it. (trifflth who dismbsed the casf only allowing a certain amoun Mi Adams argued that on the w,lno u Pronto: Maxwell is to of rice to some of the peoplpoint < t the certainty as to who *** lh,s nc "' BOVPIt ' 1 .on', ibuied tinmoney helming that L. Sealey. the constituted atU>i enough to nil the goods e > s of *• Hon. Sir Allan F. La %  rucks of „ tram 12.000 miles long; •*"•'* rf ,*"• n representing th. piled 5U let ilwp, it ou'.rld*c Weil* 45 miles ll "' 1 11 111 imnn. is appearing for Miss Green. *, It woui ,. |p Itrklaio %  K Walcott, Q.C.. instrui t-.i three years if every man, wotnnn Messrs. L'oltle CauTord. S<>lii it" 1 1 ate a pound uf bread .1 a"' apixanng foi the defendan day. Miss Green ,-laims thai the d-It lias grown at 11 n rale of iO fendanU, by ih.-ir aarvaiti Oa. imotl on May M. 16f Accordingly UU M clause 3 to establish .i Traun PU t iBto which shall lx\>uul % % %  ";''.'_ -urns of money voted by th* Legiilaturc for training pssrposbM. Tb. unexpended beianees woul.i ihe** y _"r ftr . _ ,t,, r r ,, ^Isfj tered into Of the In above. 4 of iha ltdl seeks t; 1 provide thai ihe Fund will be iitinini'U'n %  %  .M ting on the advlos 'f the PubL. %  Service Ouniiwuuii. -n. 11 .1! sets out 1 %  .1 1 .1 • of persons eligible fa .ships or courses, provision Is also made for ihe Governor-ln-F.xeculive CoCDJnittae to duvrmlne othi iiersoru who may benefit fn'r %  .ining ,. proadalon % %  made in 1 the niu Tin go. annual u-port to 1 presented to the Igiie happy. Thev guaranteed a bom IQs. I I .,1. il a profit, and Uie Government's concern .1. ,<> whelbrt or nol there wll be > rnrehp 1 doll 1 mirli MAIL NOTICE \ Sealy. fSED INDECENT LANGUAGK inderent language on Mr. Adams replied bl the ngaA ffne of 25/to be paid in 14 Street, on September 27 Tudoi tive. and idded" that it could be day f or 11 days imprisonment with TrMtnaa was also lined S/'" r prreumed to be difficult because lund labour was iinpuaed on Wilirsistlng <'plNurse when ne a> s> On pace 5 liam Thomas <.f Mason Hall tempted to arrest himBEDFORD COMMERCIAL VEHICLES — including — The New 15 h.p. 10/12 cwts. Delivery Van Utilivan Pickup — also — 2 —3 ton ( haviJ—4 ton Chassis without cab 5 ton Chassis (with At without Laton Twe-speed axle) Your enquiries cordially invited Secure your requir-'!;:?nts now? COURTESY GARAGE Dial MIC ItOBFRT THOU LIMITKI) n sj'-ril 4 ?:• It \ltli\ltOS CO-OP. rorrojv FAX cron r **, TO. Geo. Sahely & Co., (B'ds) Ltd. •,-,-.-.•.-.-,'.-.-.•.•.•/•.•.w.t'.'.'.Wrtl*



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rAc.r six BARBADOS ADVOCATE I ( I BOAT, OCTOBER 14. 1858 CLASSIFIED ADS. ULtPrtOhE i*Gt DIKD PATTEJUWM Or. Utr. Qada*. Url* tuAnx* -t * i tat in. W^lbury C — Hw *h*r (W* T* aCd IO .-d. M Read M NMTV O rat..*,. 14 m THANKS (4LUNUI. theKk all It" \ till It'... 1.1 %  kM who allandad. ar Hrrath* or in any %  r n mpalhv Ihrouih 0 •nont of Itabaiio R %  >< %  Cyntbu cJaraui... Mi. MM Irano Loaatl _... IV. CWWi-n USS*JT : — I >ll KALE AUTOMOTIVE I w v.,.* i*rai i< s\u;s KKAI, KHTATK DWII.!.INOHOl ', a*n kNl CWW Chui mi and iMtik'V .a* 11" n. UM AI'CTION •nd MOHHts SALAK1N 10 n p IM Model • •'. %  lr.atri.rled to Mil l1l •|„ W ...,. .-. M, I. ft .,(:.. IM CoMrlrel QWrM UloMi -4 3 |> %  AUTTUWEatln JOHN hi IILAUON latteM "Wilding*, i^onr 4SA0 H4H -At. SB" CAR Una I'acaaiJ a ...Ud am an gaud 'BE read Pi***** In im-i FOH KENT HOUSES CAR -One HI Ckrraarf l tuHl Uaivv Auaeaaali. tl IMSSMM Tyres proem....%  in Mr T. Will Ki...h < %  ..mli.y Oarage. I iWlr.lef.rl n.AT-var. •a* lair Hal n< St Ijiarwcf Can buund and M*< • lent aee,hatnir,. Dee, Ai v Marra.il IVar l> I 10 lo I MOON •woenri Hill. Ni 9 Ktw I...-1 -aMi ...i W Wra Hoaama r-.i*. Rlf 1X1 V-St* \la*Wll Coeot I ^.L %  ura bunijalo* Phone Ftl.lgr. fu l.ntthiM hni |j|h lartobar. IS4I I' .-*. 14 10 BS!*AfU! -: M F*l4i|i. wltato %  tilaM _i T> I ode Stbool For fuili. %  i' eaa>|y lo Ma Ma Collie C* t rj A C* .. Ko II High Htr*rt. Bndg UM 14 M %  TWir U1AU. llUl'OX". f.illy (urn 1 ill. J Apply MM* IJ-a" lor Ka, 14 I* aC WAXTEB ELECTRICAL E i MECHANIC AI, OliVETTI JUNIDI; nrgt'iurn % - u> MQ mri > %  U— M "10 • apa mm •Hi",* >ll)i d.t-iU i.i ..r. J %  IUMI aavd pn iMhia alriplormanl AppN .oniitlrrad unaral rrfniv N HAIIOORAPH d Oflfcc ITV Apply Wif F*-rly B'ilnai UN) 14 10 l(i MISCF1.1JVNEOUS llMitr M* Wmmmmd Mmamtr tad lo aoll *f pu0i> — %  loth Orta**. ,( KII al llw MM I>I %  .^la 0 i %  Cap* • n ffuaauav • i CM kat UPM f BM M U r>AIH""Y i ii I HL, %  a* %  COTT. Ai-ll.-. .II M M kj •M IWLM SOIKi* NOTICK IHI HAKJIADUit KUTHI IJ \%-l BAM* Illllia IA>IT roucr llluMAs AHTIIITI IDWABDTIHIH ..-poaKtoti OiatJVi N. I7JM .... hu !!(/ %  haa l^pit.QUEEN'S COLLEGE G0VERNMLNT NOTICE SHIPPING NOTICES • 1 \i I'kKATI LRVBI 1NNUM %  Mira l-AMKS AT Oatftlm %  I % ,.,.,., ,-lU for BK M A A|UJ MEH lii rii|Hah I nna IM. "•** rnwcn %  Malt i T F. HHATHWAITK. In (kfi lit-.., I A %  II > %  %  1 (TLABKi: ,n ChrilHP laiucudt u d '*-. > Kiwllaii 1-ir.fun* %  1 ....J A.I ItANIKJ.. u. U>^I. V I %  I %  DCAMF, I.I I " rrTZPATWri 's yaanab] PKaaPh z* Sktltd Tenner, are invilrtl -.t Uu pdMH-n|fri and riirin wrhly by auxl ary vrul of not li tan 50 ton* aWtwMa <;rcnnj and Carrlacc -L with an extended trip to Union ; Island" •Ml tnrtniBhliy trip to Caniacou Auxiliary vessel should be Btttt. with a lavatory and •quippwl with %  MliaH af^oamodatloi for paMaMrnceri and boats and life i %  • %  MMJ pfjffj mi i %  2 All pftwnH 'r.'.vrlll"mi oflkial buaineso jnd plW ti-nal. livestock, atr, tranaporte for Oovernment purpose.*' will \< conveyed tree of charge Suitable apace must also be reserved brlu derks for the rarrtajte of tee ship did to Carrlacou by the Government lot MastM %  to be li nsported free up to a minimum < It tona S. The cuntiiK'l ill be for t -e period os* one year from 1st Jbnuiiry. to list December, lvSJ 4 Tenders hould (rtat* th< .mount of subsidy required, and th tonnage of the vcwl to be uu • They should be addressed to th' novernmerrt Secretary Q0vri %  ] Office. Granada, and distinct) marked "Tervderi la .niva>,., of Mails, PassaHuwrt and Cart'. Orenadatan*.,., PaWstsa *ill Mr dsHsMl ;.i IfUl ..i.Kno... Slit O. lober. 19ft;' fl. Government doaj not l.ii It -elf '.. j.-.rn ihe lowest or anv !endcr. 7 Further particulars may (tovcTiiineiit Secretary, fioverrm %  overnment Oftlcf. fln-nndn. 3rd October. lHr.2 lO-L'M > MW iLAaU i sNAJTA 1 \ni.r: TENNll JACKS i IIINKSK CHKGKMMM HNAJXES A. LADTMJB8 i I I") -IfaatWJ MONOrOLV etr.. fir. eM> •re al JOHNSONS STATIONERY cAHusamrwtu 1 nomnica. Aaiarua *• tiagaM. KM. -al l li I AlONCKA Mdai BominWa. A^t.ga. M*U N*># and Ku, and •us lo. •! Lueut. PYMay !"> " %  • obtained on application froi %  nt Office. St Oeorge's, (Veni-lii \4 10 52—3n I .VIM. 1 ilfl. siyncK n laa,i MM .rf iddaar baraor Iho destlli aafeed fau -ill biMud %  r. OrdW C. K BJtUWM •arr alary 3-th BWM. ISU. NOTICK I-IIMXN'S uioaiHAXD iNkrin %  ruaw*ii" .'..,.TataMS IM Tha-. CandMUaaa * %  %  • raealvr.i b i >~ >J aSWldSUt :r. ISM Thaaa aumtM id at a reno* anci Ui*i Ml o'B-atu. cvyrroN IJNT -ror •IUHM XSBM toys. %  ItrOMN, cuatuont tJ-i.itad quantity-^ %  lb B'do. Co-oi> Collon Farlory Hardware Uapl II 10 aSj-JB Ltd %  tflMTKUji now lo UM OadtT Tatasrapk. England! loading Dally Hawapapar row arriving in Ha.badobr Al. oolj a (aw ctay Bflai publlcalUm In Wmdon Contact Un Gala c/o Advocate Co IM. ta*eal Rapt-aatUaUaa Tal Illl UQUOB UCENSE NOTH Tha applaMtlon .1 tvilnry Oodd. i: I' IvilH In i ,.llah lauaguig -ial rreoch %  atlOH'l iJigllaii laiigu^g English UUralu.*. lli.'j.i>. >'rrncr> and ti-m Math! M L KhaGH I %  Mai H) i I-\VM.. ,. hSMlur*, MMMry MAttY. in Uigl.ui Uanguagr. %  aaa] Ppai M| In Touch With Bawbactos Coaurtnl Sution Cablr and W.ralaaa (fffjj thai Ihay can now ronatunr.i. arfUi "• Knel'i Ul.n ll.atorv „, 11.4 I i I i MISCE1-LANEOUK XUAH (-AWMI. . H B —TtiU applk-alMn will b> tona i Mod at a LKa-nalng Court to bo h^'d a ppiwa Couat. DMtnct "A* on Wrdn.ad tkr and day nl Octoboj. ISIS, at II afclaeh. i MAVNAKU in EntflU'i MAVHAUU in gii|i BB 1 aaMIuag. UU-raturr. Hlato') l-( n . English ..antfUaga• BM rttrUVIaUIXD HUNGALOW %  Ann in %  a*uy daalrra to ront !" l•* %  *. (urni>ml I ngaow along the S>a Coaat with t*o ragrooma. Irnoaia. e.iUo" nova and Kafrigarator ror dabt i doMa Ui nil I uitl b. willli i Jllrtrni (ATIYN n i vnf —II %  • %  i.i* aoiM.-> iMs i % %  %  i hoiwby -u—d ag. „ %  %  >.(. nign Crw(..-d I do not Ivold m: Ag Poll a n Gmrrmi M uglM DM 1 NERVES Be Youthful, fit & full of vigour (EH MOE. *.J fionck K '. AiU^RE in Ktigli'Ji Uuig.niga. Lngl..h UlrrMui., HMtary II V MUaUtBLU m Miaury %  J E llUl-UI-h m Uroar_i.li, I.i. -nd Slam Matin 1 O K HCEI). In Englioh UMratrr Hiatnry and An ( P. M RI1XY. In Etigllah laniguaaI'nglitii ljtaratur*. Hiitot) Latin. From. %  id EMon MaUia i M i' HUW1 in Gan 8*1 —I C a It M aTT. JOHN: In taigluh UteraLm Hltlory and Oan ackmca M M SANDlTOIbD. In Oan Scion" B i SCOTT: In Engliih l-i.igu-,, EngUab Ulnaluia. Utol> • M HEAUF In EnglMii 1-anau < Eng'lUi Lltaratur*. Hlor> Qrograpi Take BILE BEANS —much btai oaa • IUKIY, UiaoBoaid Hings IXIUIS L. BAYLEY llulU.il I .... "L/e without a joke, h like a Cart wheel without a Spoke.* 9 That's the reason you must take all these Special Sale Notices :md these flashy advertisements in the same jocular way. One fact remains : that to obtain goods 5% CHEAPER you. must tee the large stock carried by . -fu E. TA YLOH LTD. I HI.Htll.i.i STREET Dial: ni.il where Qualities i.re HIGH and Prices ate LOW. MEW ORLEANS SERVICE ~ (FORTNIGHTLY) %  ANA A A LOS STEAMS* sTEAMEB STStAMEa SOI THP-OITNO MEW ORLEAia-S MOflll-E JAMAICA AkIM)S --. Oct Nui JO Oet 1) Han S Nov SI Not ROBERT THOM L.TD Pbona 4414 CANADIAN SEX VtCe From Montreal. Halilax and Snint John CONSIDER THESE FEATURES ! -JAVID BROWNE DIESEL TRACTORS WILL HELP YOU TO ... St-.NPHIMCE %  INWAIT El HDIAI A vsMsni ii.".. sa on SI li.li" n.i— Slarbaa. — 14 Ociokor l Oct. I NovotrdMi IS Novoinbri jo Novcmbai CJL SERVICE From Newport. Swansea. Liverpool and Glasgow Kigvrrtad Art., Nawpori S-aaaaa Uv< LBRXEZE-' 11 aapt II Sapt. la Early U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE tamburti, Antwerp. Rotterdam and London % %  spuar"E8S1' Ant warp k II Oct aarbr Mov E-a-ly Doc 4 lard a an Land an IS Oct. SOO.Mid Nov Mid Nov. Early D — Mb r Mid IX.' Mid live Early Januai. ipn li a Aralral lalaa BMrbaSaNv 1-001 bar Wnts — I'LANTATIONS LTD. Phone 4703 SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR u u i i xnsun MKSII wiHii. CENTRAL EMPORIUM Corner Broad A Tudor Siru. The now "CRCPMASTER' Diesel is truly a remarkable low priced Tractor. Having six forward speeds and two reverse Hydraulic Power Lift — 2-speed Power Take-off 36$ Max. H. P. The Hydraulic loader will lift 15 cwt. to 9ft. David Browne Manure Spreader is an improved type and will spread ail types of farmyard and artificial manures, also semi-liquid manures, operated from Power Take-off with conveyor belt. Let us Demonstrate without obligation the above equipment CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. ?*^^^^^r^^S^<^^^^^*^^^^d^^^a^^^ Insurance Company Creates History!! The British Guiana & Trinidad Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. Declare 25% Cash Profit For the first time in ihe history of Fire Insurance business in Barbados have Policyholders received back-any part of the premiums paid by them. This is possible when you Insure with us, as we are a Mutual Company. Consequently all Fire and Comprehensive Policyholders share in the profits of the Company. We do not charge high premiums in order to do this profit sharing. Our rates are the same as those of our Competitors. Room 311. PLANTATIONS BUILDINGS Lower Broad Street



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TIESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1*52 BUtBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE Mr. Adams Completed His Argument 0} From P*c* 3. li...st. .,inl even ** ^—* there w..a 00 today in the Society, bul they were the owners who exuted when < olleion was bought, i bought, and e/htn ttkt IttatioRf were bought Ai. ...cerUiinable who were contributing to the fund at that time, the trust was a valid trust. The rases, he said, were numerous on the law relating t" that point. If ihcre was no certainty as to who contributed, then Thetrust was Invalid .* the gift to the WM void. Bul if there were definite, ascertalnable own..ere in a definite ascerlamable class, and then the trust was valid. In the case before the Court. It was a definite class of the people of the society, those who contributed to the loan fund, whose money was used to purchase the estates, and he was therefore submitting that the trusts were valid. As Individuals -e had reaches I when the plaintiffs sued as indiv iduaii and not as trustees on belUU of the majority of u. His Lordship pointed out that they could not do that, because it was clearly laid down that a trustee cannot-sue on behalf of certain members of a "ccstui qua trust" In a dispute between some "cestul que trusts" and another CSettt. que trust." He said he did not see how the pl.'untiffs could come as trustees because each plaintiff and the defendants m each of the series of notions were trustees and they 0 contributors to the fund, and therefore "cestul que trusts* in each Instance Therefore how could one In was also a "cestul que trust" sue pttlgr trustees who were also "eestui que trusts". rtUMut lb* truitecs. 11 would b %  beneficial trust in favour of the beneficiaries. Thquestion was, could a \-olunt try association hold land, and the answer was "no But the trustees could hold on their beMr. F. C Catchpole. Labour batt He said tlu.1 although the Adv,ser to the Comptroller for £im Barbadian Progressive Development and Welfare, reLabour Adviser Returns Vegetables Do :\oi Pay Peasants Did Nol Matter It did not matter if you called It the Barbadian Progressive Society or anything else; if the evidence showed that the money was forwarded by a specific robers — those wh he Advocate yeat> day that the visits to St. Kitts and Antigua were of a routine character. While there, he had discussions with the Labour Commissioner of each island on j. lf current labour questions. b_ Mr. Catrhpole said that tin scribed to the loan fund — il improved relations between emcould not b* argued on the grounds of uncertainty or perpet" ~~ %  Ul1 ttU A i t .^" B O,,tt V Sl He argued that the personAdam, gave references who ^^butcd to the loanlund Mr from the Minute Book to show and with Nol Anyhow Mr. Adams argued that in the case before the Court they could not come before the court any how. The beneficiaries should %  M batata, the, court. He thought the ease would he very simple as long as his learned Mend Insisted that the plaintiffs oame before the Court as individuals against the defendants as Individuals. They have said that the money was handed to them on behalf of the Barbadian ProSociety and it was their money and not the plaintiffs or the defendants. How therefore could they say those things nnd at the same time ask the Court to give a verdict that might have %  aflect of their being sole owners in equity. In %  Court of equity. Mr. Adams said, one had only to lOOStttOO of the plaintiffs to see that it could nog be maintained. He argued that the m not given on loan to the people making the purchase, but was given to make a purchase, nnd if they said it was given by the that reports were made to the ^SJ^U^Tl T^T y i"* ?'"* society regarding the working of !?i n \ W *!* *£"*" by *"* P tain Ihe estates from time to time. ,,fT " n d d*f'ndants as Join; and argued that the appointment uw e could not be bn.eilci.il % %  [ %  Receiver was out of the owners, but could only have a Quest ion bacaugg the plaintiff* charge on the estates. "!'• "'t properly" before the He submitted that on the enCourt deuce there could not be less %  Milted that the declarcertainty as to who the people ation asked for by the plaintiffs were that contributed to the loan "that the trust be nullified" be fund, because on the one haii-i not made, since in a Court of Seales said It came from the.r equity It would be unequitable io *n funds, while on the other Mr" n'...„ .,, MI. T -,*.,.,•. hand xhe Pontiff Carrington said al!en„o R n CeC ,o X" 2S "oSt^ffi £, C !" f^, fund £?*££ declaration of trust was made in !" £f,'" y from !" ?£8" the name of the Barbadian Prof c but not ou * ***r regular neejtve Society, and His LordIunaS shp asked Counsel to elucidate on that point. I>id Nol Agree He asked him to suppose that ., „,. w ... the declaration of trust was nullh He Mld *>* did not agree with lined, (which he thought it was) M 10 Proposition of law submitted the parties who bought the prop0y Ur **" as to the nature erty having admitted that they r • voluntary trust which was acted as agents for the purchase. n *M >o be valid. The fundsnut with their money, but with mental principle was that no money contributed by people who person could be a beneficial contributed to the loan fund, owner unless that person wai could the Court therefore. In capable of holding land, and hu view of the evidence, regardless was submitting that the Sochty of any declaration of trust, hold was incapable of holding land. tliat the plaintiffs wore the ownMr. Reece argued that the pe ( en out and out? ton, who boufht ^ „ ulM w-ri Never Asked That given the money m a fiduciary Mr. Reece said that they had position, and along with money never asked that, but they were belonging to them, used it in asking thai the people who conbuying the estates. The u-g.il tributed to the money through ownership was therefore In the tlic loan fund fhould take it plaintiffs and the other names back, having a lien or charge on appearing on the conveyances, the estates. He argued that the The beneficial owners were not persons who made the purchases the people who contributed the were only bailees of the money, money, but they had a lien on and the mere fact that they inthe estates, and it was possible vested the money In property to trace their money and gel it against the advice of their sollcback. Itors, thereby doing something He suggested as a salution that which was not allowable by law the estates be sold and the money in Barbados, made the trust inpaid to the respective people who valid, and they bfcame the legil contributed money to the Joan owners, having bought in thcr fund. name. Mr. Recce rend at length n He submitted that there could number of cases in support of h's bt DO trust a all, whither by the contention, an.] on reKUnptiot Barbadian Progressive Society or to-day. will continue to address the people who put up the His Lordship the Vlce-Chanmoney. ecllorplovers |Bd u,., K*r ui Ar.tigv. ... ;ii0 ,* v | during IM2. had enabled a : sugar cane ciop to be reapeo ## theoteucal training to ai *? n, l >*•'•' which had given a total of SS.0O0 aeMlleaa is be.n* erected in it. ->"' '" every year, ions of sugar, a record for th> kitts" he said '*" ,,f pro island. certain appKDtice-. were helping "££? "** %  Potatoes. >am Ho vuiled various factories in ilh the actual building. ft *** but fcw pvpr ptan both territories and found thai provMW! s. increasing facilities were iK-inu Mr. Catchpole said thai luWM A peasant tnld an Advocate reprovided for the welfare of tn ibkj to coromenl on th. ditWW jestcrday that when hworkers. Among the poinU dlsmissions of the delegation sent **•' %  provu^lons. he realise cus-cd had been lh;i! of advi.in^ to Santo Domingo to investigate notnmg i*"* 10 '*DUl *'>•'" "' and assisting boys and girls in ihe possibilities of recruiting P" nd of canes, he u >up connection with twalftimtnl Waal Irul ;in nrtsri there, as an M !" %  K lumpsum of mone< ..hen they left school. That matimportant issuhad >>"• yet been *7J --*/ 5^I r pe< ^' _. —— %  ———^—— ____^^^^-_——.^————^-^—^^^ mechanisms, a labourer can seldom get more than two da week out of crop season, and if he has an acre of land and h come when hanger will 10 dig the potatoei when grown, m arm diu unlll all in mod %  '""' rh 1 Nova Oornei has ie.. ''"'.'. du1 "" 1 lhal > c and " Unique Arcade —Not Bank VILLO NOVA ROAD WIDENED Via %  Hi. i.i.i'nit •ma """ v "'" re ; A*. ,„. ,„. ; The statermrit inWeli in M-tn,!.^ | venliu Advn ate re the demolishing Bank, should have (Unique Arcadet inn U Barclays Bank is almost comhas been erected forbidding ,,,,, plfjbsly iHmnHahll" A portion of entry to Venture, direct from the new Barclays Bank will weMMH. .. occupy this site. |(M)r> sl|OIlTAGE DUl TODAY: himself Whan lbs rein] i his he The teiident* of St. Andrew The SA Canadian Cruiser lg c, " to*\ due to arrive in port at midday snortage. to-day. The vessel will leave later Wl > • %  "01 can be i for St. Vincent. Cren.ida. Trinlcl"i'''d. ami no -wn-i i-.tab-^, dad and British Guiana. The Wl 're Obtained for m.iny Wl hs l, Canadian Cruiser f* consigned to spa ** are in a short supply. Gardine, Au..in t Co Ud. „„„„ (N r ,„ Mv . A huge number of persons iiir SCIHKHHT Sfario Ift-Ur %  I : % %  • Hal at Ihg BtUHl %  oeW WiH/e was yesterday loading J Club on Sunday night last; and quantity of lime. Most of the lime listened attentively to Mr. Kanils being shipped by Manning s> •* Grant while he lectured on Co. Ltd The Marion Beta* Wolfe "The Fl> '. Mr. Grant explained, was a week end arrival from tlie duiigvr <>t the "Kly'' and the British Guiana. luntly uiTying. "KMELISF/ IIWI: The ill-fated aelnoni which lost |t| Captain on its last voyage to Barbados, left port over the week-end for British Guiana. It now has a new captain and an almost new crew. The crew of the vessel on Its unsuccessful trip left the vessel on Its arrival here and for some time il was awaiting a crew to sal) again. EDUCATION \OTES: Theory Versus Fact I propose to-day to conclude my comments on the Richmond Schools and to prove to the general public including Mr. W. H. Carter 11i.t 1 am neither harsh nor unjust In my criticism of the handling of these institutions. It has been drawn to my attention that people are still asking when they fail to secure entry for their children at other schools, whether they can get them Into the Richmond Secondary Schools. This is exactly what I anticipated would happen if the public were not told the truth about these schools. They are not secondary In the sense in which Barbados accepted Combermere or the St. Michael's Girls' Schools. They are still elementary schools offering education at the stage between i: usd u peart. It now appears to me that the Director intended this impression because in the first place he did nothing to prevent it despite warnings In this column that it might happen, and secondly since Ihe miscarriage of the appointments the people offered the headships have all been members of the staff of accepted secondary schools. One Incident has come to prove to any doubter now that the schools are Elementary Schools and that is that the two advertisements celling for a headmaster for the Boys' School and the most recent calling for a headmistress for the Girls' School are directed to teachers of the Elementary Shools. So now this grabbing at teachers from the Secondary Schools is likely to come to an end. I hope that I am not being too sanguine because It has been proved in recent years that anything can happen to education In Barbados. Somewhere behind the lere net the hands of ihe spoilers who are working effectively to upset the education system of this island and it seems that neither the Department of Education nor I can put a hand on the offender. It Is strange to me to nnd that there was so great a need for the immediate services of Inspectors o* Schools (to such an extent that teachers from various Secondary Schools were pressed Into service) and wyhln a few weeks the actual handLnm of the matter has given a dnee'. contradiction to the theories advanced. Mr. Millar has been seconded (not appointed* for duty as Acting headmaster of the Richmond Boys' School and Mr. Spencer a Schoolmaster from St Philip is acting Inspector. Miss Weston from the College has been appointed Inspector and as she la not available at the moment, Mr. Cuffley from the Bay Street Boys' is acting Inspector Now Mr. Jarvis who had been at Harrison College and booted the inspectorship out of his way and gone to Lodge School leaves another vacancy and I understand lhal Mr. Arthur Jordan another ichoolmastcr from St. George will act as Inspector for the first time. I have nothing against these acting appointments. In fact they square well with the suggestions I have been making In this Column from time to time. But If these men can carry out the duties, and so many of them at one time, to the satisfaction of the Department of Education, why is it necessary to go to the Secondary Schools for Inspectors when vacancies occur. It is only fair to them if they can do the work that when the posts are vacant they should be appointed. But the Teachers' Association of which Mr Jordan Is President is a sleeping partner in this education business. Until it is awakened from its lethargy or until the parents of the children who are being prevented from getting the l>est education they can. do tomethmi; about it, all i" lost. J E. B ONE ARRIVAL : With only one arrival, the Wtlejn front was very dull yet.uUy. 'Die lone arrival was the 'Mtrea Hti st. Lutu under Captain U. Sellv.. u,th gam. era I cargo for the i l.,mi. The> Careenage which for the past week was somewhat overcrowded, yesterday berthed only five schooners and two motor vessels. Of these schooners, only the crews of the "Franklyn D. p." and the "Zitn Wonlta" wcie engage* In any kind of work, as they taw after the discharging of Iht bBtl remnants of their cargo of firewood and charcoal. Launche*. too. were idle and they remained t e.i up In their usual berths. Then trti UP .> any of the .* which usually buttle with actlvlU on the arrival of a steamship %  Despite the absence of steamships, the warehouse hands were still hanging around in the hope of "something turning up", and while ; they waited for the unexpected to happen, they played their fnv ourltc games of dominoes aiirdraughts. REPAIRS TO KEEL. KHKEP SLAIN %  it .i sbtep en %  ficd at different spot* In Vaughan's area, near Bo Si. Joseph on Sunday evening head and skin <\erc found at one spot and the Intestines at another. The sheep was owned by Clement Forde of Horse Mill. St. Joseph, and wes lust aeen alive on Sundn> about midday tu.i BJU WOnttfa home. Signs of a butcher's knlft were seen on the partof lha ten lhal erern found. % ms Bleed: ID Hum* Sara Mouth unas Neth mean that *eti t >*• rr~r**L. maea nnt, BfBaae % %  * toe Slum than |oear r auw HUM tour t**< fail oat sad %  aaa' alsa> MUM ni.> MUM **? Ma*rt TTMBla ASMU •l*M on MaaSlM lha Aral %  5r, ftf i mrlMO ar mon • m of atnptr i*'HmmmmmumuHK O The BJagepU and He* f • < IIHISTMAS ( AKDS 1 !" ran lie obtained Irom : S WEATUKBBEAD'8 rS HK1 t. STORE i Ihe "Donhr-.i.. Auuilril XttM I u.l per boa %  £ Tlie -Goodwill (iretins* |f • MI 14 AsMiried Am—*? CaVSlg BBd l.nvrlupeti. MM %  :. Beg i".* WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING ALWAYS USE • I V I It B 1 E ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS lou 11 be glad you asked for (Jv'altine oiscuitn" Dr. Me. Sween Dies 11 •am tea o.n MrfasfsasjOeeai GUKNAUA, Oct. 11. Ur. Edgar He Jrdln McSween, retired District Medioal Officer died this afternoon at his St. Andrews home after ,m Ulnsst lasting several weeks. Aged 72. the <|eeeasetl was highly respeeled In the community. His Amerieim-boni fjlllir " aV \ %  ;. %  t .mi |K : Illxilll %  "•' The dchooncr "Burma D." whlcn arrived in port over the lust weekend, is at present In Ihe inne,C t g wa B Bsjl uheie repairs to Its keel are being carried out. Tho. crew of the schooner were seen at work yesterday eagerly scraping and refitting the keel for its next trip. REPAIRS : Repair< are also being carried out to the schooner Mandalay II v its berth in the Careenage Yesterday carpenters were at v. x of S >**0 Asaorled Xmi> Cards a Envelope*. Pries 3/ii peg box H I HI is Ihe Nscuil ,uk a d lerencc < ritp, d ;\ii.Kbbrl^ appeUvinr. uin*iilk-r-i ll-.li cucpiim ii iiDiirrtiimg pornon onWickii.. OM&IB* iht MulUiuOSStfOv^i avtenea. Hor all occasions there is nothing q-nie ao dainly und -rpadung a% (Kallinc' Hivuiiv ^OvAsLTlNE %  %  re ieortaatta tamnm ihe I a i fthen may naag h*lp T IS OFTEN SI KI'KLSIM j bowqukth'beckstlic.luiiiUtii, il.cuDuii, paiBi, iiifT, %  > hinj ,iini and the rommoo uriaarv Saiorden due to dugghk rudLef %  coon can be ovrrcosne. SbTong, acti*r kidneyi ufrsuard your beailh 1 straining ess sS S uric add and harmful wsates out nf ihe n-aacsn. When kidney aeuon la aaadaejueie and faila ao iilter tba blood propezlr, sain and diaconasbn fisquenthjr result. Dean's Backacbe Kidnei PiDa bnng happy relief by helping IO 1 and rUmulau the tudory Grsural people e*rrywhrre good Doan'a Pali sir. K-a lb."Xm. T..\" Il ..l • **}Aw>rtd 'riblHiii lied) Xnrn %  Otfde n.l Envelope*. *-| I'rlre : ?/fi per bo* 3t|Thr "I'.rsmoii-it" aaMi f sei'nsT i\nl Aulosraph Xnii fS* inl-i md Invrlopes, H I'rlre : l/fl prr box j5J lh "(Vile. 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PACE EICIIT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1982 INTERMEDIATES PLAY BRIGHT CRICKET Batsmen And Bowlers Divide The Honours IOIKV\IMr 4 II VMI'IOX NINTH SERU lasl Si musi .( the groundi ihrnmn i DM bright I'lickii and hODOun were equally divided between the batsmen and bow In | %  %  i Sjtorttt H intlow i h.taefl "i MM IV*<.kf-ih.iM srrlr between in. i..in in. Trinidad team. Carlo Bear*, and the Island "Hi be played i..m.hi 1 Ihr TJtJ'.C. when Kb *.% %  II. nr> the (ievrnor and Lal> Savage will attend. t % %  starts a| 8.30 orlock. 'Ihr vkaltan. havr already won Uie aeries aa lhe> have he4l.11 Ihr Isl.nd l Ire Ilio havr atao beaten a .omhlned II COB—Carlton learn .nd lUrrbMin < t.Urgr. The UUan team are -till hopeful of wlnnini at leaat one uUh, and Ihr match --•liiiiiii he Interesting. In Ih< YM l %  male* i.(..;.. YJLPJ the Seure at close of play was V M I' < 204 for Ihrce wicket*. scored 111 not out. nn ( | D. King and L. Greenidgc scored 39 and '58j respectively. Bowling for Pichayick O. Lnshley and B. UwM uc,k <>rie wicket each for l runs .... h In Ihc Carlton -PoOl %  %  %  re 183 runs. %  I K. HuUhlnson win. w d bowled iv Porde nfter making ~<*. Uttthewt, caught Haynebowled Browne for 32. BOWUBl for ihe constables' Beeh I w rkct< each li.i 3:t ;n 9 runs respectively, llayncs and Denny Ot 23 tuns rcspc I Won To*s %  Icsa match pl.iyed at Boarded Hall, Empire won the toss .ICable and Wireless lo re all .eforr ho tun for the Burl. ..los-Trlnidad was caught bv Field off Brankei 'ournamenl "Inch begins next Howling for CVble and Wire,.--. % % % %  * E. nt.mk.-r took two Wlcketl for H.c Trinid..d Mm has already Dine rune In Bee overs and • ••" leleeied bul the V King took the other for 12 runs H not > -x peeled to be Bl lect.-.i in -even over*. "'"" Sunday altai pore ii ... Butted All Day Both the Barbados Men's and In ;,. nd Mental w*< hold the lnterHosuital match played si Black oloni I Cup ind einee the anFock. the school Imys hutted .ill nual intercolonial Sena* started, b;i1l)ag ma rk.ed Ik, % %  day and scored 181 runs tor all the local learns has not been he n nU| tnict of ^^ with eighteen extras. .(.,'.' Polo Players Practising I'olo |>IU < 1 l.laltlsillg bout two i. i ks i i the Gar%  be sees ... which will %  They ue getting tho %  bltUnj the ball while Ta* mmmm spooka for fit*!/ WILLIAMS RETAILS TJWO TITLES/ (From Our Own Correspondent> LONDON. October 13 After seven desperately one-sided rounds Johnny Williams retained his heavyweight British and Empire .ainsl Johnny Arthur of South Africa at the Granby 'J Hall, Leicester tonight At the weigh-ln, Arthur whojheight Arthur had nothing u, 'rommend himself except treat I |pluck. and his chief second Sarr, jsurni was quite light in calling' referee over after Arthur". bed been badly spilt ti. hat proved to lie the last roune Aitnui h.td earlier fuffer..n his left eye ar.ti I was quite clear that with lbs if mole handicap he could have no [hope against the 'classic leftnanded boxing of Wlllisms. The, bhampion was moving at apriteand although he winced' twice from the South, frlcan's ponderous right hand IKPVCI rooked like being In real ouble. Arthur, who has had onfa %  o of lights and USOSS Ulnst fighters mostly ,,f ihr aeed or third rate Just did not •Ions; in the ring In a fight of *i.. bnoortaeste. was made to look slow. His punches lack the blood, cleanse the system and anaast la restoring good benlih. AUa aiaiUhlr in Ae "Of..-/ UquUI f. lipped the scales at 15st. 84 lbs had a weight .idvautaee of 1 st lllbH. Pot. But apart from the ad vantage m weight and Outsider Wins! Rockley Golf (By HARVEY) rh, longest shot of the day! lough to win the Bcci Mug Competition at the Rock I'> OOU and Country Club o> ek-end when Keith M soft nirigur of the .' i ;rncd top honours to the surprise ofi 1 including himself. Even though he was playln, off a handicap of 22. it didn' *eem enough, and in the Wall Hat hcid before the medal pia> event, be eeld el the very bottom price. In fact there biri fee him and ever q***r M $uf READY-MADE TWEED SUITS laughed loudly when'lirdlrj 1111 Batting for the school boys. Mi. HfH'KI t made 81 runs before being caught and imwip-i t>wllllan Next best score to that was K. Brankei caught and bowled Oe kin for IB. Bowling for tl %  S3DB1 ^ %  landeed for the most part they more like "pushrr 1 whic v lllams usually rode or avolJ-1 Dangan, an Inexperienced han ( ii-"* od alto p,n, r capper, bought hinv Ixird DanTne blow which 'plit Arthur? BSIl, r^i i.iurse, had the last laugh **tl eye was delivered in rounl lollected his not inconthree after the South African hail alderable winnings. shaken the champion with a right; Murphy, a quite capable playct to the jaw. Williams came back off 22 almost any tune, was unwith his double left to the bo.lv derestlmated because of the fncl and jaw and finally drew that _ne has played very little Arthur's left lead and smashed Kolf in the curse of the last six nomc B hard rlffll1 whlrh brOUghl :."-' lh f %  M -" d .. tt was .believe d that btood ta torrenul from lhc rorri lack of practice would be a seven„ w ,,,_ CI_„,L, #,,„,„! ,.. handicap. However. ,n spite Bt of ,h Sou,n Afr,can ,efl Iwo lost ball* and several three*'T; ... putt greens, he turned in a 92 Wm learnt later that from which gave him a net 70, the thP second round Arthur hid hiui winning score. double vi sion. Colin Bayley seemed certain to ~ %£ <\\W'l^ .""IV !" W.I. Selectors Will pars would have given him a „ __, net 86 But he blew wide open /Va/ Will fit fWl on the seventeenth, taking a 10 %  / '* 0,C J C€M KKI ward. After skittling out Windagainst a par 5. and four-putted ., g g, • / t >t ward lor 100 in their first mthe eighteenth for a 6 against a if, l>. t^f^CKCtPrS %  isnlngs. Empu*e Just managed to par 4. Those two holes boosted Saturday last. No top this score by scoring 108, his gross score to 83 and even his TK 40 (Bl "VAMOOSB" sklpserad by Teddy Road, won most of fas races in the Intercolonial Tornado Tournament between Barbados and Trinidad. Good Performances In Division II Games Good bowling a I r m .ii b ; do reached the 200 iun nuuk. IOMI.S eight wlckeu in the pioV" handicap left him tied for Ti Wh foi tho the nearest lo it being Combercess/For Empire. Han IN MV %  yed at Hrkwirk mete who scored 184 in their other good perfotmance b; The ii:; t bock' •ii the Golf Club match against Pickwick at the turlng five wicket.-, for 1 nil meet Pickwick. Hockey pracschool grounds. Highest IndividTop tice slatted about a mouth ago. „al score was also recorded in Johnson Total Garrison. Spartan won the loss t BlM ,h„ and elected to bat. They occUp gsriht the wicket for the entire da) raised 200 runs for nine wicke'.-i. The chief scores were S. Chase ft-7. Wood SI. C. Wood 22. W. aU n Ad I Matthew* U rnrh p. a d RowlMi for Wanderers A. <'• U Artn.ir.ine Scale and D, Leech lot* three g X£S£ m .tins each. K H. ITOOpIn t.vok two wickets for >> IB* MuleMnaen JilHT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. 13 third with Victor llunte. who also The W<-1 Indies Cricket Bosrti c a missed hi* chance to win on the of Control will not ultend the %  f last Iwo holes British Guiima Intercolonial series ir Windward was >^*< Opportunity J"* ^"'i decided ihis morn't.g llunte neededTwo pars Mr a lo abandon plans for sending selectors lo British Guiana to see %  buna! cricket ish Guiana da. Up to .. Board Secretary, had not receved any com.arris of Empire who helped Combermere VS. Pickwick ^""for"' aicSSd 1 place. brlnUm skittle out Windward by capturcombermere batted most 4 urlher fortune to the Dang.nl mg five wickeU for only 1? runs. th e day in their match w th menage as he had been bought h Other good performances were j| C kwick at the .school grounds the white hat by Lady Dangan munication from the Indian Board. As a result Goddard will ;V home tomorrow while N. NetherSOWLlNG ANAl.YBlfi' rrturMd by Hindi ot Cenlrnl ,.,„ smirdw. Kwli 65, Skwi H. V. Kins pmvrd In bf quite •• •' J n l a wl """ '" 28 run* i nine I.I %  <.> b II Kin* Browne e V.W %  m not out AnnitroM I 'ho scored S3 against Foundatinii 13 A „ d gfc Glasgow i!9 helped the "ladies' man wh. •ad htntutavUU. ot YMI' ,,„,, ,,,.. rn mbe.mre totei lo Mn Roy Wllso„ and h xl 184. White was the i Wb.le H..t •.., the ladh ful bowlar for Pickwick. He capspoon competition, and they lured three for 58 finished one-two in Ihe order Foundation vs. Central jmcd -. M ": Wl „f n P^ "P r^ .,,,,. ..... v, „. •*, .,v.,..i points in the nine hole moduJ 91 play event andMrs. King was U Oim...'. II K % %  out IX.I aul hU.ulr-.lli i. Clartr I poeri nea *oAi.Tgje L-.lt — ml 2< hi* team to secure (list iniimKs lead over College. Of Ihe bowlers. O. Burke of Y.M.P.C took four for 28 in the same match. Deane of Windward .secured four for 29 against Empir \ and John C'orbin of W.indcn' who returned tho very good 11-ures of six for 20 against Erdiston. MATCHES grounds on Saturday last Cet, • „„',; Ult back with 6 M ls, i, .1 nitinii A-i> a !• n r i\ A III .. .. %  • J he bought h me on Saturday. ifm BLUE Si BROWN PIN STRIPE also BROAD STRIPE $73.03 PLAIN COLOURS — $53.56 These suits tailored at your request would bt more expensive CAVE SHEPHERD CO. LTD. 10, 11, 12. 13 Broad St. Iliaiiioiiil lliii&i*. LOIIS L. BAVLET RolUin Lane treX batting flrat 'cored IIS F;iV e Atwell. with 15 points. against th. schoolU.ys. Chlol ,hird in the field of twelve. contributors were Hinds 53, The Beer Mug statistics : Weefep 25 and De llva 18 not player (h'c'p) Gi n. btWU H. Itinlaa SI I N (itin.U. 1 O. MuW' M tenses) • 1*U'1N • foi M • ..11-.. 1-1 I 111 ( R. Usutiall I li 1IHIV O Maltha*. •Ham— to B."*' t. lui.iin* b PMOa W. OoodrBler c llayne* b seal C. Slanford i Swly B MenKaN i riwltrnham b t H. Hurka run eul r Bosiuii 0IB „i out A NicholMMi did not bat gstetai Tola I K ... H. M. K. r. Pransrt II s i M. HoariTAI. C be reuses iia"r.l an day aim ill lor all %  iniasnti Mi H,„|I A b Willlami. K. Braiifcrr > S> b 0>m A riiuiii%  i. T.HIJ limit, illf.vn b Wlhblt* Mi H.iKl.rC BeTM b Wlhhlre V Callendrr .11-1 wkpr b X'-oH M i I. ("haw b Todd Hi reweed not out T Wihlam. %  %  .ml b Carter n Cha. i"i.u i MI w K\ ysn Denny aria II aeab Drewiti i rorai HI ii i .. *an -imn" gippirr won tlir MM and < ~f i'< ti-strr SB lir 1 i.Mr a k Hie C UMklt. T1H C Wiinaai. S • It ar\HT\N .. ** MH lk' SpatUa I.I nvalnea c u ammo c Fiee er ss I I C Wood r %  •.hp. Kutasni b Ti-ppli R |i Mi.ii,. ,Tviium b lUmwy I V aW N. Wtsul h Tuppm r Hoarh r .wkpr Htitiolii b Seal bl il>-tih r Sr-uUI. l.h C Matthew* b Saale nil I b l> %  ••ale %  UfAl Ysis " ?" S T' College vs. Y.M.P.C. o 4 a College had much the worst "I * ihe first day's play in their match M 1 ll..tting nrst, they could only Mit". 88 and only the two nee "i comers. Knight and Cumbci it batch, with 20 and 17 real %  • lv, baited well. Collet> l Irlbutcd to their own de by three batsmen running themJ selves out. Tor Y.M.P.C the be-t 5 bowlers were Burke with low for 28 and Sutler with three foi J" 18. When Y.M.P.C. went to th. ii eriehjl their opening pair Ingrai'i and Mandcville put on 90 for th. ,„ ilrst wicket and they ended the i 'lay seven runs ahead with se\ .vli kits in hand. i Erdiston vs. Wanderers ErdUton had the better al Wundeieis in their match it Erdbton on Saturday. In then ,2 lirsl innings. Eidlston CoUeeb %  i 120 runs against some accural'* "j bowling by Corbin who capture.! V, j-ix wicket* for 26 runs. K L> it vcored 34 of this total. srhJle liourne and Norgrove gave gool '. support by scoring II and 18 re ..pccttveiy. By the close of plev. Wanderers were struggling t. M iv old being led on Ilrst innln \wth Ihelr scon „. for Ihe loss Kellman Maskell Vldnier Bellamy Daysh Gregg Norrls Egan lxird Dangan At kins. in H V King (22) (4) (10) (23) (13) (22) (8) (4) (18) (18) (21) (17) (8) (24) 92 75 83 98 87 97 83 79 9S 95 101 100 93 113 Net (7) No Card (22) No Card (22) No Card out. E. Jones was the most sueK. Murphy ful bowler for the school j Rodger ti am lb captured three for 21 C. Bayley while IJones and Mr. Calender V Hunte took two each for IS and 51 rrK Benjamin spcctively. SCORES | (lollege va. V.ivLP.C. C. at College. College— 88 (G. Knight 20, C. P Cumberbatch 17; O. Burke four '.' for 28, V. Butler three for 19). Y.M.P.C— 98 for three (Ingram 37, Mandeville 49). %  *; Sii^***" A W. Tompr MMOD120 ,F. D..n.M. ^^^u,"""!'" on th. Bourn. 17, C Norgrov. ie. J rn „,„„ i* iam dur in the < orbln ill for l WMk bu mtx ^ |^,„, WindmtlSO (or t (Patt.rI nalchCT wore pU]>Ml only one %  oa 24 not out, corbin 12 noi ,„,nion wai altered Ttu.t wii In out). ih r men's dlviilon where J. RodHlndwmrd v.. Kmplrr nrr defeated Will Atkinaon and at Itank Hall. moved up Into fourth ploe Windward— 100 (Johnaon 22, nert King advanced briefly wh i',ivl 22 not out. Williams 15: he defeated Victor Hunte, but live for 17, Lewis two for a second encounter, llunte w 10. Klrton two for 42). succeisful In regaining I Empire— 108 for (L. Bynoe position %  27. Klrton 20. Norvllle !; Deane I" all other claihm the chalfour for 20. Scot, two ,o. 51 l; =r ""J-"? £&, g, Combermere eg. Pickwick the second time and retained his at Combermere. place at the top. Jack Egan met L\imberrnere—184 (Lewis 85 W Atkinson's challenge -nd held not out. Sheet) 43. Mr. Glasgow >* pl". bl11 hc f S.P.+ C.A. Uaa real .,„ ., eae i.nfia i BBM lee.eseeesee.eeeeeesee e itandlrg at SO a. White three for 58. Pelerkin tempted to pass Bayley. f six wickets. lwo for 22. Butler two for 30) I urn w lur P ed o*** ,.,, .... Pickwick 20 without loss. Windward vs. hmpire ontral v.. Koundatiee. An inU're.iting day's play _w..t „,. f-ajMndatsost, he, Tony: Trmpro, who has climbed steadilv upward, was halted in his a cent by Ronnie Innlss. witnessed at Bank Hall where central— 145 (C. Hinds S3. F Empire are entertaining WindWrtkn 29 ->„ 8I|V( 18 nol ou The standings also held Arm m the ladles" division Mrs -. Be.islev challenged Mrs Vldmer p.trick 18. t Jones three f.r 21 ;md W „ ^ ten ^ but btld btr U Jonas two for l. Mr. CallenlH1 ,„ion against a challenge from dertwororSI) Mni King M, Vera Mennfng Foundation— 39 for I (Kvelyn m „de an effort to ;>uss Mrs. 23 not out). v intyre. but failed. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*... M.-.i.... .i t to! -roars n t n will b> d their AiNNtAL MNCI winspajsH M.MI--I... —, Girls we have a wonderful •election of low-prieed Ballerinas to take you to School in Comfort and Come in today get yo*u pair new. JL.IXI \t K BALLKRIN AS e e i eeeee 4 FILM SHOW THE BARBAHOK %  MH Mil CLt'B (Local A Visiting Members Only Through the courtesy of the British Council there will be j FILM SHOW in the BallQOBB "ii WEDNESDAY. October 15th. at 8.30 p.m. rhe Programme includes:BHITISH NEWS. STEl^ OF rilK BALLET; ROUTINE JOB (Scotland Yard); SHEEPDOG. SPRINTING AND HL'KDLaNG. Mt nbers are cordially invited Miies : 9—2 91.75 per pair Sisea l I —9 St.Se per pair JL.HI.MK -i i in ** BALLERINAS with Exolrte Seles Slses : 3—8 tLfj per psrl nCalSTEWlMG TO THE 00CSOODER TRY TO LET sowesooy CUSE DO IT-; i *BJ_ti'' > TUANX A* A TlPoe I I ,T\HT "ms h*r_o -*T TO i tirinl T^OAWfi P_AWAf5A>J, Blf*' StWAK COLO. OifiCE IST^ISI To meel your EVERY OFFICE NEED! FiUinn ft long felt want, our new Stationery Department is de%  igMd to rneel every Office requirement from TypewrUen to Filing Cabinet'. Typewriter and Carbon Paper Cash Boxes From Adding Maci.ine Rolls to Visiting Cards and to ensure a ready supply from a comprehensive stock. And with accent on variety, let us introduce Xmas Wrapping Paper and String! Ii. R. HUNTE li Co I el. Phone 4267 for EXPANDED METAL SHEETS 1" Meih G.lv. V ... 8' V Iroa 4' X 8' I" „ ..*''. W 3" „ .. 4' x ir ALUMINIUM CORRUGATED SHEETS 24 Gallic GALVANISED COBBUOAttB SHEETS 26 & 28 Gaogr CARRIAGE BOLTS & NUTS A" a v CART BOLTS ft NUTS w a HWilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd.



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE I I I DAY. OCTOBER 14. 1932 feudb gatling M" Utagf X.S.T.A. "in i-ilium WINSTON WARD. S IR ROBER T Al n*-pHK CARIB liKARS Basket roam from Trinidad %  neda In B.W I A S'H'inI Workvr* BMMV -s for Miami via Puerto .,,. , a ryfT and her quite a I !; W B W I A yWrty. ktni .iirangcnn • I A7/t£Farouk Moving To Santa Marine I In n.,Rmi (j„klnil Party 75* ... I Of CAPRI, Oci. is Formar King Farouk and Wuccn Nammari decided on Monday to ager of Parad.se Be.cn Club ""** helr hof " '" wile from -"-d lo the seasirir Harinella on Italian mainland. 35 miles wart at Rome. %  %  thS'll h!^'* ESS" 7 d r*' > .pent the d• Hotel Association to & n u M^n^U ^?hi ^ffv nd the A ST A. Convention to ?! „., S'^ ^ .. V -air,, on O-^aa^tVtlS i .nor of Paradue Beach Club SiTVSTI ', ... a, poa.i..! Mr. Peter Morgan. Manager JJ" h lld %  '• '"'J gttea Hold were paejr^'iiS", V the evening the Barbados Aniatrui -•H n The last fair which was stageo ******} ,. i rs .go by Mr.. Scott : '^ $*„* I >eat success and proceed' were donated to many local Mm. Seoti told Carib that they hope to eclipse that perform.!and are sparing no effort to make tvaaj bigger success th.ui the prev)> With the %  plend.d co-operati< of Mrs. Rita Clarke of Brookl: ..nri Mr>. Norma Gooding also of U.S.A.. and other* intqresl.*d. manenl residence to their lilcMtg from St I in ,,t "w %  ecretary said. saai^!?.i mM nu ***>*y "" *l* fmlly and MRS GRAYDON W1 R probably lve here within at the Y.M.P.C. Club Rooms. IT* MILNE-MARSHALL and four or five days," Santa MartnThe yoa thai their daughter of Fonda Estate. St. ella is the site of the summer they are having wonderful time. Lucia, were arrivals from St. home of Italian Aim director The Urn botch e.pect* to return Lu< i„ bj IIWIA on Sunday on Roberto Roasellinl and his actraas ball Association Cocktail Par-tv V,|f Trantfi-m-it M" DAI. w i m QLXO children won passengers loi Trinidad mti.inj.it for Demera the various stalls will be'Ttock.": " w %  "" SjUmiV. with a wUle range <* novelties %  -• %  has been trai tcie. deigned to tempt '"red to R I testallout. %  M "' v For the children, of course. Branch, there will he all sorts of game• ^ and amuatmenls. Various actwie. of attraction for thcac little *pONC.RATUl.ATIONS to Mr B the ^-" and Mi*. 11. lUltlinl n| nrV | % %  being planned and the Police Band will be in attendance flbfaj rV Thv Pour wife Ingrld Bergman — , The former King and his family lo /,. -ulr expected to stay at the -Villa of and MRS CYRII. JAMES Palms" at Santa Marinella. a *6of Bay Street were paaaenroom mansion overlookingthe tnrw gers leaving bv B.W.I.A. ve-terday •*• %  *****o %  %  %  econd clan host— morning en route to the U.S.A. WIu Io P P*** ' ve dollars -v have gone to reside. "•> P**" P*"*" 1 dkmng the Mrs James was Cashier of the *** on However. King Farouk will be riving after the normal tourist Pint Impnwiun* eeaaon and undoubtedly will n-ndo yesterday morning • %  .^..-7/.. STARS* *; | Fr I II.'„ I.,%. Oclobrr 14. I52 LAoh It. Iho faction In which your birthday romn and nnd what your outlook la. according to the atari. Jf hUrck 11—iarU M AMU 11— May 20 4 nTLriw; ear.71oday when Two 'tr^SS a A S L ^ J" Dt l"KaiP—M Pi*ees In all-war. .ndo arrived in the colony by ,., ken lo |ne malnUnd aboor X; W.1A. yerterday momlng on his motor Uunrh. T Dalkeith. Si. M Mrth (if .. ;.rr well. Mr BaJdlnJ iPropriatoi of list Itijoux Paris Jewel Store, Brof%i A FTER aj—illm months' holiday as the gueit 5,''".' nd Mi <; COS ..f Wooda ""'* iarden-. Bay Street. M Fartw't Party Norma Couding a Barbadian resl4 r prwrn „„,,. ., ., 3 \. for many ye-r. A *!?" E 4* P rt> lo New York bv B.W.LA. ** al ,ne ""csidence of Mr. J. C. i>i< Ki-day Spnnger. al %  Lucy MiGooding is the owner and la,t wnk ,n honour of Mr. Clinton WR. M. TKIMIMJHAM who had Manageress of Gooding, Em Jo hn *" f "J h . Cric,t '* Sl *4 ,ry bc n P"*m %  holiday ho lert b> T.C.A. for the USA with his family here returned to Mat %  "banon. Oct. IS Love and oolitic, tangled during a wedding in Badan village on Sunday night and when the dual cleared four people had beet, killed and 12 wounded. The rov started at the height of a marrlagi festival when partisans of Social %  *t Progressive leader Karnal Jusnflsit was in 11*47 when she came over for a short holiday. Hti bfjsgkftad, %  iw ; Barbadian. la in the Real Estate Business in New York. He used to carry on the Barbados Garage in James Street I Holiday In V.S.A. Fi ii-iidi and relative, bade him farewell and the best of luck In Vf ISS HAZEL cLArtiCE. Traffle nil 'if' I.;.. IT* TODAY'S GEM Plrtmiirr An,/ Bu*inrr* B.W.I.A. WR J D DOUGI-AS of 'EdgeJamaica. tOB Country Road. i or bualness traimil She was favourably impreagad *'" KaWMM -~ with ttie g.Kxl work that was beAM H GEORGE G. MONEY. Dany ing done for the underprivileged 1 W X I^>cal Director oi 1 and promised lo give a good reclays Bank (D.C. AOl left the TIMM port to bverteu representatives island by B.W.I.A. for St. Kltl %  Hi show interested in Social on Saturday. He has gone <>n .i Welfare. btatlaggf visit. Department Clerk of B.W.I.A the charm of a deed Is IU dslni left for a holiday ,n the VS.A b9 the charm of life Is IU l.v.n, Saturday last via the Nil of the thing U the thouiht— Eugene Fitch Ware. LISTENING HOURS 1 is—ws pm. — j Th. N-wt. II p.m. stihcii-i %  *" Chow*. S4S p m Tl iTaWUS. 0 00 pm I'luter K P "" MMI Tfi* Cpmrnoi P m Rp.tr*> Round-Up i RM l'.r*1e. m Th, !• m Hoint Nawi From T 19 p m HentlFi.oui, J U p m Pr mnl forliaif I OS p m Chullr Ki.ni S IS p m R..dio N*wirl S SO p m The Pilnim-s Dlnnfr, | u p m **perl I ii.m BlIMIn. S 00 p m (>irh*(lal Concert. 10 00 p in The NAM. It IU p in FTom Th* Ediiutiali 10 13 p m Iterbeit Hod.* Tallilrn, 10 SO p n. "i"'i" "t ih Boilom ot Mr Uardvn MayLW ThiH Is Why HT!Vr U OIIKS I.VSPIRK VTVI I^S Yu Didn't Ot That Job . (By CHAPMAN rlNCHEBj •rust ta*-.. %  — %  %  %  > *• ... sssaie i ireiv gets the job hoiveleta at Judging pi'i-'i'Liliu .i p ,fi %  .lalmed. AXDn 2'> yetrs chlutrists lnter|i;ttirjits with meiil.il illness. Umj daBsura* in their diagnosis in ghoul half Ihe eases. THE JlTix.MKNTS on students enteiing a London college bore no relation to then evenNOW IN THE THROES of a „„„.. luuo}u W0Tk% of r „ nch ( Totiloii.Laiitrec inspired these hairstyles created by th. Harriet Htibbsrd Ayor U.uty salon In Paris. The styles are (from Ir-rti La Oouloii. 8cdiK-Uon and Accroche Cteur. '/niernollonal. x :: .'' -' u,t -' CAITAIN W. K. BTEWART. try at more than Snuble hi 1 %  ver etnachief of the R.AF Institute of M '|, !" ^ b hU ' d it they may be in their ability. Avtatlon Medicigw. During its r.rst five vears the *v!!S!lS Th \ 8 i. mC0 n -* ,ha, l '' hP '* u,ul '"^'Bncd ship machinery said. SCaJ N 2S S H 9SL^ !" m leB "" h U ^ a nd lP"ni * that it was not good -In assessing ThL pononallty." Professor Vernon travellinn u t 65P mil l.iufes.iunal payhii aircraft will have mo.ed cheaper to produce arid"caiW'to and teacheail> th.ee-quarter. of %  mile work e.cM '. into use which ,.„,,„. I'-cause of the neglect of the human factor will be unable %  th.iu>ughljr bad at It." Jie urged research WOrtm pnadiiee more reliable lesU of character and ability. The Little Woman ara women gene snttller than men? BOLLOUOH btUmi thai wo„..„„„. ,„ „,,., (ram, I, dut lo c a „la,„ Str-wan „,„. •i bedy prodnc^, £!.„„, M „ n ,,, „„,, „,„ „,., „, "I, ,' 1 '"" ""' l"Hli-l.%rt .Hlminlatnilara II hi l|. lo reduce Una of the Navy, i Ume--l,if The Ail Btn Sailors ... I .,....,Ih ol the skin"an'o ,} F .* c ." l, " '' %  "'" l-e.nl-ine ain and atlnle.1 J.j th* Admiralty, i|„.% tf nia.himhe hi,, Bar "SS!, S and % %  —' — II A I CAUlned tvhj )M n.hter piloti Navy, an e-Ad m*d lo be so quick to reaet. a, claimed :r^.r'*2 ..^' %  MR : K ; %  >< %  viu, : -"K • "%  seconds 0AWOBB Jaae tt—Jaly M Encouraging rays ahead for you. get your teeth into problems and activities and you will win Be sold on right usues, sane al trading, contracts, finances. * * Keep things moving, don't stall or relax at wrong time, there are many fine open— ings ahead. DonT leave them for others hf Advantages in new fields. Be ready, willIng to work, you will advance. —T * Throw your bast resources Into this day. jd, A high score, notable achievement pout^ ble soon through to-day's effort. May find ;mportant backing in work. •*_ t* Indications vary; your forecast says be ready for action; don't let disinterest spoil JLfine chances. Cut needless preliminaries, get down to core of things. Some speed needed *at • • Sort of day that will give in proportion to ,j tg what you give. Make requests in right •*r attitude, don't ask for what you know you should not have. ^ •k • M Are you rure you are niTe" 1 Never be hasty ** without sufficient knowledge. Look around, *-i caution by the wise is everywhere. It la ~ possible to avoid many errors • • The rank-and-file of affairs and individuals ^ tS may have setbacks. You who are trying need not worry. Be smart; study, use . .r '' |j. QABDKIUIB Al'lTIM CO l n gkr^nr^iB*.i aUwar ami sui rb.. 1.-.1* iTlllsB^^lftfrllgg'tl. TRANS-CANADA Air Lines J KOOIiil THEATRES KOTAL I. Aiternati*. to % reeepitcn baton th. artUt. (91 M. Rll#. 181 II. run for [.unarm .nd flfti befor. morn. <4i 11 To b. in UILI TOU tarn) o* 11 10. 14) 11. ioK rurd for a rest. 151 I. Kmpt.>red Contrariwise. i) 1 L : % %  %  • %  .;! t-.f 1 I, II. Turn n( •• •ide. I4l Xd. Jenet. ( %  > XI. Arrived .Iresd* f With wee horn (7) M. Proved by the weakset link, ill geagaj 1. 1 II*! a. Tell of th. Spuuah with ro o d. (8i S. a.uit. i4' • l>te^ border. 14. Wan d Iawri dtrfeaUi a ap*. (Si 10. Ultra taka. not alsray. srat. 30. Anaa-ram of It, (•! % %  .n* ^ode. (4) B, rn. mmortlr ot .tn have It. tl) r-> I'.I .1 .1 iraftrr-la'-iiniaaUt i l t i Hi 1 -v.nHBi.ru. ft. BMlntO: 8 MM. I'l : 1 H-r-m-d. 14, Nu; 18 It W 1r.pl„l | B rv. 19 llnll., II..m t. ar.-rei. 3 BM.nll>l: S. TU.: 4. wmt*r. r NrM. 1 Minimum . Tree m eir.nt 1A. TIEMM: IJ OUM take former had of the iu. ,l ay M,id> i.in!. II,. M n„. A.lriti I Tl< llolr.x U .ii. Ins I.OIIS L. BAVLET Bolton Lane THE LADY POSSESSED With Stephen Dunn. F.. Complon •txtra Lile.1 New. RNl Wed a, Thain lt 18 ArpublK double CASANOVA IN BI Ri.i-m I •nd %  lUBOl'T Sl-rnt.g Uoyd nridiei Xdrian Ilouin uprains* rrld*r" PRELUDE TO All Ac lion Doubl* MLrh..l O'Sti.* Tunhain Hi I,. i MM, i, BSICI and SOIL MM Mill: aoi-i SUrrlnf. Jim Rinnon ai __ RedHvo.-r Thurtday aatj 4 90 a 1 11 Hr|it>bltc double •lll-M.-ll I MM OI), Slarnii. Vet a HAl* TON William Maririarl uAHBota or MISBINO MSN JrHlM rrlda> TAgdUN AND Illk I IOI-MM. WOMAN Todiiv A Totnavtov.' 48 d> %  :. Laat Iwo .how. %  aMUf 4 80 a S * Unlvers.) Ptctur** Unlviraal doubla Prearnla rVMH Slnalia %  ad i MI Shelly Wlnlnt AbbaU m i — >L MEET DANNY MEET WILSON FRANKENSTEIN and Ramond BUT TEMPTATION %  an*.. •% % %  rl !.%  > Hellda. SUuTing: vfTd-W^h dai.MaMerle Ubavon in or i a^f. Hrrai TWO WOILPI W.d A Thur4 90 m t 30 and fP PHO.VT srCKET BI0.*i with rag DOO WHIM and Joe SpMial ." am. 4 80 8.80 11 rpubhc Whole Whole Serial mi MAURI Pains, distress of "those days" stopped or amazingly relievd In 3 out of 4 catss In doctors'rgvttil • Here's wonderful news for women and girls who — each month — suffer the tortures of "bad days" of functlonallycausod menstrual crornpa and pain — headaches, backaches, and those "no-good." drajgedout feelings. It's news about a medicine ramoua for rtUevtng such suffering! Here is the exciting new*. Ljdla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound — gave complete or striking relief of such distress in an OTenLge of S oat of 4 of the case* ln doctors' testa! Test Lrdia plnkham's baa been prorrd to be scisuHgcoUg raod-rrn inaction! This new* will not .urprtae th. ~\ end guls wno Toura DO* taidrvg LrdJa?&hani-i) Is aso It rour rrperlanos doaant snatch theirs to see If KM. ( doot avoid the Haw Lydi. PUmhmm-t wk. NUtl "Mamlng" and toothing ejecl on lie utcui . oft— asaas mvutrttcJ sala, oraatp*. otht dutraaa. pain— so often associated with -thcaedajs-l Lydia Ptokhama, too %  nflarlna lha "hnl m OH Lrdia Plnrham-B .mproodd Tablets with i (trial %  SOW only 58*). Mint.Vfir t.ntr Vriwd Mtl.SS GOOIMS I I 78 cts. 90 da FLOWKKKI) %  OBAFTON" RAVON' LINENS ANTI-SHKINK .... STRIPKI1 BOKIIKHKI) SPINS PLAIN LINGERIE CREPE Whilr. Skv. Pink. Cam, LiUc $i 06 OpMla -SACRlFlCKli DRESS GOODS ExclatW* DMna Every Week 21 PIECE RONE CHINA TEA SETS Half Priee fl $12.00 T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) TOUR SHOE STOKE PlIONi;: :•: 4220 I I I •Aw yen lend n* t Partdol tablet f }>\ *CljldMWt..„ Itoh .,. ""• *"<< aa%'r lo makp rmaiam, •w nplanalaia. ir. Panl„l .h, aaaa lor. tor Para.lol miu „^ %  **,"" •'""f caa-l b, !•••" %  aaarlarai, M : • uboui Ja ayreaabla after.elhtia. A^ % !" .r druniM I.., !*"*" %  % %  hmdim TH. ,. %  8SJSB ---in.i. DR. CHASES PARADOL -Oi/icl *.WI from fWiIV .a rt^ Mia r SSM ^irff TM atflfiafc AT THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB lor Local and Visiting Mcmtters only The Barbados Water Polo Association _. Presents on THURSDAY. 23RD OCTOBER — 1ST TEST %  aadata 8.3* p.m. Oentt t.00 p.m. ADMISSION TO PIER — 2 %  Ii.m. in.; Irom 10 p.m. Midnight. Muaie by Curwen'a Trio ADMISSION TO BALLROOM — 1 FRIDAY. 24TH OCTOBER — 2ND TEST Ladle* 8.30 p.m. Genii IMIII p.m. ADMISSION TO PIER — 2 SATURDAY. 25TH OCTOBER — 3RD TEST Ladtas 8.30 p.m. Genta 9.00 p.m. ADMISSION TO PIER — 2 %  liiiirinu from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. :o: Music by Curwen'a Orchestra ADMISSION TO BALLROOM 60c. Take ttw wheel of a Morrfi Oxford in a fact-proving demonstration drtva. Here ii a car thai i* going to give won a lot of new found iati%factioo in economical motoring, and aa%e you money in operating tod maintenance ctnu. It iroomy. %%nh a smpemion lynem that nukea for "moolh-wiling" o%er the loughett roadt. Powered for high a%erngc %peed and imprc*%i%c gaaanafgaoO. "Ouality finl" ka •very de'ail to retain iti per*onalily and line styling 0%e: the yaan. You ftr ih, /inter. Tokr the n*etl as KHMI ai yvu cm. FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 8888 Sole Dittributort Phone 4504 SUNDAY 26TH Trinidad vs. Snappers Presentation of Cups .. payaaM 10J0 a.m. 11.30 a.m. ltaaaaWaaVAVt.'^'x. \


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ill l>\V IX TORI K 14, 1SS2 li u;ii 1009 limn v i F PACE HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON JT-'J 1 ""nl I i %  %  Y' \\.. y J&--%  • .J FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD \* BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES IHU. TlA/ OV -d KTOC7 O" su-c/om. OUT rur T*CTH t$ Tt-i^TS rVXjfT' rt/eif J>^*M BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY CW. KAV'THAT MUST TO RK5CUB MAULA VOCC Tr-L> fVT 'C IT JOHNNY HAZARD OH BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS *LP MTU X I C*NT L*T \ T—'*. TUff ATTC J ALL THOSE %  BTa CUUMMtJ / %  XSMNLL* -wr> *wv DOVT ^/ttCiSUTfr >OlJC *Ou CLEAN OIXLS 'MUSCLE HAS UP THBBK3 I* w AW JOGS MLL >OU 3>T ME TUG DUSTRAM TMtft BXW AMHT BY ALEX RAYMOND -...' -. %  CM TMSj TniNft ** MES TVC Su* V>3 TOO Tt4A~ .-:/..-'." WITH ew^*N. I SCTTA CC '" CAJT AN MA^f | --;*ci • \ *, THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES "Cussed things, hens" "I thought I had taken < ^jfc every precaution — yet they still get worms!" Then there was one precaution you iliJn't take. If you'd dosed 'em with 'Phcnovis' once a month they wouLI have been in full production nmo" Just Received Tl. Fr.ll ..|.d I..I1 f.iklall f.aaM %  • %  '....I .... 'Phcnovis' RASH or I'ltl \o. Ill \ZIN1 controls worms in poultry Kill \l\ Mil I I RDM V S. HKWII N .V SONS (It AKHAI.OS) lll> A pnxiixi | Impciult licriu I I mm & UMMB (1938) LIP. Ilndquartm ror Best Bum • %  FOR NICE THINGS TO USE %  %  uTets i G with Cup .V S %  Cnm of Whnt , <'-""' %  Tin. of Asparagus Tips. >'' V,• %  '.,:!, -, ,| Bots. Hctnr*s Mayonnaise 'ufTed Olives i kt.iii om.ms Tin* Fruit Cocktails S'I | %  1 icim (Nestles) AND OUR POPULAR nVI STAR RUM INCE & Co., Lid. 18 MORE DAYS ENTRIES CLOSE OCT. 31 4 p.m. SEND IN YOUR ENTRY FOR THE ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION AND WIN $40.oo FIRST PRIZE IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE TUESDAY TO WEDNESDAY AT ALL BRANCHES U.unlly NOW ,-jTEAK AND ONIONS—Tins $ .74 %  I'OHNED MUTTON Tin 70 M CONDENSED MM.K Tins 32 :10 CREESE Tins 72 IW CUP CHOCOI.ATE — Tins 72 Ikgn NA1I. I' il.lSH Populai Sliodri I'l.AYINc; CARDS QUINK INK W.,.1,.,11,BlUt (2 a>.) I INK lllur hl...k <2 M t Wl INK INK W.I.N.IM.' Kin,(4 a.) CJIINK INK lllur 111... k II ,„ EXERCISE MOOKS EXERCISE IMHIKS JI'INK MKAI, i^'. . • S8 .31 .41 .36 MK 3 .46 D. V. SCOTT & Co.! Ltd. Broad Street How I took off pounds of UGLY FAT -- -l(. ."< '<-' • !• I *I •%  I *• to hi I lift rn,wll oil! dnnn %  HI Alt I.1..I -.. >. %  aootKHomir. UTi hit l thmoUl. wsli uhbjBj .< % %  t.-.ii miiiii-m f.-t ukMlf unarMuwiiai •M nasUBfl yox fad of i i-Kiiy and .taliii/. And 9MT la %  uHiniMJ s*.|ji.ly barrahm, In •*<. mmk* i f*d bMUl a"d htighirr aaxl Hi HI in t-SfTM*. ~ ?/ IJAKY IN THE TROFICS NEEDS KXTRA RESISTANCE TO TRY1NO CLIMATIC CONDITIONS Qiv1 him OLUOOSE with VITAMIN I) i Lning Glucose. Calcium GlycerophosE halc and tastrleas (ish-Iiv.-r oil. this (xly builder mixed in baby's feeds sprinkled over his cereal, will keep md happy always. bj Savory & Moore Ltd., I^indun %  nd boay .nd f'**'* 1 odou'* A I.VTKH.\AII\\I THAIHX*. 4 OKI'OIIAI IO\. LTD. TL SMS J. L Llnton, High Si rmary. EmpiifPharmacy. Tud->r Street. H T. Hulfon, Tudor Street. Rocks Drug Store. Tudor Street. Collln* Drug Store. Broad Street. Knlnhi J. B. CLARKE, St. James K V ITocrj Itorbuck Street. H v Pilgrlra pi uressiv* I Standi.1 Tweedsld: cad's Druif Stcr. Stocked by:A A Urowne. Eagle IU1I F I Olton. Swan Street. R5 ' Wulkes. Tudor Street A. F Jones. High Street. 1 P. A Clarke, Cosmo) Pharmacy. Stoiite's Drug Store, Roebuck St!,-,-! mm. Rotbuci. Intercolonial Pharmacy No. 12, i Street. .'('.USSON, Tudor St



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WHAT'S ON TODAY Di A141 larlum *| StUSWUi Vo*alr tini n St John ; JO p n> Baikal IU1I V U PI For tte i talari DM %  For Ua hnura In tha IIWMII .-.J Uia Good thai I in •. ESTABLISHED 180& .1 1952 PRICE: FIVE CENTS HSTEJtDAY S WEATHER REPORT Man par HM Uoon. La<< Quariar Jrt*W .. %  > pm UiSH Hat: US %  l.uw Tlda 1 U • m 1 '• p %  Canadians Want Lady B**ats On W.I. Run Ask Government To Rbmmbntt Revise Agreements j Doomed For With West Indies TheGhair Panama Pr; :J n ROYAl FAMILY "N VACATION (From Oiir Own Correspondent) KINGSTON, Oct. 13 ANNUAL MEETING of the Maritime Provinces Board of Trade, Canada passsd the following resolution last week:— "Where.* the long and valuWASHINOTON Ort. 13. Tlie Supremr I turn convicted %  Moral THE ANNUAL MEETING t the Maritime %  XH> STI The iMwi> mid that of their %  Morton Sorcll • fa thirty years In prison. the unUkeb posslblMtv if a ISM ditch lecoiasseeratlon <•• he court* or PI MBttMi the action leaves N rw out I • death WIIHTH'C against thi Mm Tlie> vvivr convicted lit N v York Fed* a] D Match 29 ins), on rha itlng 1917 wartime t*pwn.'.,pi VIKNNA. Oot 13. IW In paj I curtain refugee* %  nivlni e* • i Iru ilaim that Communist which Included I n Europe police anturnScientist Klual 1 i'.. Supra British West Indies and by Inif & extract confe.*ions' from refueed Ion • i atriti-C <>Tin"unut>. "' last June 2 up' hung ihe ternational currency ranricThl ,,frgaea al i,.g C thai tortures treason convicitun oi tions. Be it resolved that Ihe I t replaced mental and emotional Kawakita, Amarlcai able trade associat&Sn between Canada and the British West! Indies has contributed sub-1 stantially to the economy oil the Maritime Provinces and Canada as a whole and. "Whereas trade between] Canada and the British West j Indies has diminished and is being further endangered with threatened reduction in! Canadian National Steam-! ships services to and from the Red Police Torturing Prisoners Maritime Provinces Board of Trade request the Canadian Government (1) to continue operation of the Lady Boats until such time as the Canadian National Steamship service to and from the British West Indies can be improved and expanded and (2) review and revise existing trade agreements with the British West Indies with the object of stimulating and increasing trade between Canada and thei British West Indies and ex-1 changes of commodities complimentary to both regions." The Hon. Donald gangster, Jamaica member of the Regional Economic Committee was Guest Speaker at the meeting and at a dinner the same night at Carlotte Town Hotel when he spoke on West Indies economy and affair: pressures the Communi-:I I '"' %  *• brutal troa Iv used to force prisoners to sinn Ann i n needed foL their courts.; war II rhe court's t* %  Monv escapees claim that they loaves the government have been subjected to torture enirv out the death but some alorlcs are doubtful ti'wakit.i IMP, been on lined In since It Is suspected they mak* while In extravagant claims to win favour) l '""' GdWeneed through ihe courts with tha W< —(CPi %  • A native stffornla 'Kawakil.i moved from Japan In 1939 at the age of 17. inworked i an int.-rpielei tut tm i K>.,I Nickel Industry Company, Ltd. on the island of Honshu during the war. He WB.> convicted of treason. for inhum.ui treatment to U.S. | 1 prisoners of war In factories. He claimed thm walla he was m Japan he had renounced his United States citizenship and therefore •Mild not be guilty of,treason. He returned to this country howcvn ..nd was recognized by one lima ft lenai wuii im Bruce, This Incident ted to his prosecution —U.P. Canada Backs U.N. Stand On Prisoners Shorter Hours For Oil Workers Urged THE HAC.l'K. Ott 13. HKirisil. r'KENCH, lU'TCH and American laboui -liidtivrs it thl uiteriusUoaal Labour Orgai i i [ndwtrj C mfen nee oV i led on Monday to brine 11M i workin.. hoiin for ml employees be:.i rneejting which is to start here on Tuesday. They t roptiM< establishmr "1 Id working how ffi all slut*, worken In thi rk would Dust Tells A Story snap men'. •bids and would gueren %  in Soct-.lu.ts and Moslem frort organisations art in full ciccmeiil on this point. organisations want to >esa for a 40-hour week for all workers in the oil fad lias little I success. Othet -oil. (. IH-tnnir weeh for ill tion-,tu I %  aa will last ten .iv until Oewjbae 2."> Fnurt< mum., have sent delegationKnaj of represent alive uovernmenl cniplo%n .in %  II is xpcrte.l that about 12" Will PaVUClpaUl from ^rfwiune, Burma. funidii. %  olnmhht. Tript. Iln!mi, Prance. r .. r Netherlanaa; pent Venei' s -tr.r. it.,I St.it. %  rishig from ihe Island ..fler explosion of Britain'* fir* UNITED NATIONS. New York. I. I 13. Canadian External Affairs Minister lister Pearson who is scheduled to be elected tornoirow as President of the SevenUi Bel sion of United Nations General Assembly, said on Monday ihat Canada squarely supported tha In a cable home to-day he u land taken by the United JJ!. o W 2? T***2& fll '"".Nations negotiate!, in Konw that p-xt.cui.r r^erene ? t e ^J^ iSSmJA£ no >r a , tlon offices *t Hotel Baltimore -hipping, immigration j 'iveatmeata. Mr. Snngster said that the situation augurs well for the greater appreciation by Canada of the West Indian difficulties and viewpoints and subsequent action by Canada. French Launch Winter Attack HANOI. Indo-China, Oct. 13. French Union forces launched their first winter offensive against Communist-led Vlctmlnh to-day aimed at wiping out sizeable enemy concentrations between Minh Rinh and Phat Diem 55 to 65 miles southeast of Hanoi. Planes dropped napalm bombs. mobile artillery and 1.000 paratroops led ihe attack In rice fields and hill-. French used mated 10,000 troops. a brief vacation with i. Young Prime Charles and i Anna. ws*r slacks and woolan wkDdbr*akars. Russian Delegates Arrive In New York (By BKl'l' HI NSt) UNITED NATIONS. Nn Vuik Oct. la. SOVIE1 TORE10N I .l.'.TKR Andrn Vtohimky .iin\-- posed .siniln i mereJ but had nothing ti t'j{arding Kussia's hoprs to drive B wiettgt bi the United 8tetet end her western alliei Qommiinist 1 outli Fall'! I fliv.ii H lnilin-ri. .an Address to His EyceTlencv Ov Governor requesting that the Govern chosen from amongst sultabl naUves of the British Caribbean. The Objects and reasons of the BUI concerning the Training Fund read Section 7 of the Exeeut.\.Con mittee Act. 1601. providet 1 M unexpected balances of all grants of sums of money which not bemK fixed by law have been voted on __ the annual eatunetei shall utpso for tn"i" 1 tht ""d of ""' > v "* t which ^ stress I *"**' **!•' '" h •'^ l -*"• %  Ithat Canada supported the Unlte.lt any ''^'"y whi ItiRiidsians Admit Shelling U.S. Plane MOSCOW, Oct. 13. Russia admitted that .rs flgbter planes bad fired on a United States B.29 Superfortrau which disappeared In the Far East but Insisted they did so after tha B.29 had violated Soviet territory and fired first. Soviets said the B.2W "departed in the direction of the sea" last Tuesday after exchanging Ore with two Russian lighters over the Kurtle Islands off the northeast tip of Japan. Unit: States sources believed It has crashed. A note on the Incident which was handed to the United States Charge iyAffaires by Deputy Foreign Minister Georgei Pushkin yesterday made "a determined protest** against" the Incident and asked the Americans to %  'adopt measures to prevent the violation of the Soviet state Iron tier by American aircraft". The text of the note was pubt ofnc'al ne|pper r PrsTda to-day without commer: L conference for Asian and Pact regions" adjourned '.heir eleven day nvetiruj wiUi an attack on United Nations and a call for i '.vipowar conference. Communist Peipuig Radio sai > WASHINGTON. Oct. 13 418 delegates from 37 countri Navy has ordered a limited | attended the meeting. A dozen i of new iet leaplam tight-, or so delegate-: came from the era which could operate indepenUnited States. PCiplng Radi • dently of aircraft carriers, it was broadcast two long suitemon's on Monday Informed IU mrruirizing the r %a ol ut lo n s •otirres said the twin-engine j ad0|)te xi by the conference. As plane is know,, as tee FM. expected, delegates accused the .^^•^"L'l^^SlS t' r l SUtae of "warmmgerinK The conference atcueed the United Nattone of failing to fulfil promises of the charter to end MI., to have been enthusiastic Britain, France "u'sia ami chinj in 'Jie aa-p-n when Navy official* described Ule "as been violated. %  l he present, ,>on,bs esiploded in a garden ad-cd plane to them at international tension can only be )0 l n |i | the central closed door budget hearings last removed and permanent peace Sous* bomb explode t im tie year "It looks like a pretty good guaranteed through negotiations | public bowling green %  fiBhter one Nav v official said. between tha five great powers' enploeloa ibo look plsc< -UJ-. -CF If t:ts tperate from advanced bases. The raft has not yel been flown. At Navy |et planes land arj u carrier •based. Terrorism Starts %  V^ain Li TUIUMU The revival of terrorist activ,. es appeared underway throuKli'Ul the i.Aintry when i->mi >:plosion.% were reported in three >large cities un M %  altiaa were caused. j One bomb placed under an rtosi la %  %  %  %  n.r, Tunis on Sunday nighl causing I i inslil'Tible damngr. I I%  I nearest approach to a |n>Utical %  i 1 who said aft i-ining from % % %  .e whole nation -ill Its cltbtens—with great effeit % % %  Lsction and This 1 Ibutlon lo pea< in tin i>ossibllity of tha i it-existence f "lifT: and ystanw and peaceful I n-operal | .lion*. d hilef Russian. I wo lid like to greet you. I i ill report 'illy the I %  I Id, l i labours. Good****.* 1 Leaw Korea ut ]>wij. %  J .... i out ol the lira %  K. i Ro Aakei' previous proposal tha %  ,i he .-. poUtkal CAIRO, fkrt. IS, i Hi. indapaisdant rawaaei I Ikhbef --nil to-day that Farouk I has been charged formally will. [treaeon foi asking Brneu last I luly In send troops to save hi' ': throne. The p-iper said the Publi' %  ra ii.i at h tindeath euteiii e against Farouk living i exile in Italy, The paper said Farouk'* request as made when afajoi Oenenl Naguib, now premlir. sprang |ii % illltary coup on Julv 23. Farouk ndtiated three davs later. KT> i AUied-Held Inland Raided SEOUL, Oct. 13. Two "unidentifl'd'' warplan<< .(tacked an allied-held mland rttl Of the 38th parnllel off QM Korean west coast on Sundn. sht but caused little damage. tie Airfnree d!srlose0SI -NIONIO SIMCV overwnelnungly eiet'l %  i %  %  nil lake r rnea In Panama City on • i rtM United Stalas is UJL To Reject Iranian Proposal l^'Mnr, Foreign OnV< lirita n (* ill ti %  . %  I F.I '.idegh's I.. ffr >n .ii seitlameni Huwevei a u ree (urthet negotiation* Isiuu follow* ,| consultations with the Uftflttl States which arc icporled Io have resulted in ...i,l pen) '.lue. .1 i\ tl.ickll i, .,, -, . i mth when the gured ih. iman-Churehili ...... .o iletermlne rrom The United stuic .a i uvc dual '" aend Dkmv Blntnli explosion Thus they economic and i il-Ucnl i%  < rew inenil i ..I t iii. h landed at D iti limi Qui i %  Panic Breaks Out Among* JCeuiya White Settiers NAinoni. Kern Oci is Panic and rush for firearm oiiirted snmng settlers to-day bepuli ,. believe nine, wave of murder, rape, arson. Cattle maiming by anti-white fcfau M ii uwiorlata is yet to reach lu New fear and anger gripped the ilrltlsh colony since Friday night's Mail Mau attack on an elderly; ..tiplr. Kuropeans line*! up by hundreds utalae the tree offices ripplytiuj for firearm permits. The •.i.vernment received hundreds of letters and telegrams from the whites In the colony demanding military force to quell I M lieu - '• %  heran demand eni tA lomorroe ol I Jo.ooonon. iso the *uggestt04i to i for py'i nnl t 29* rO0.0fli i within three aaaafci i.fgj. I Governor Fool Operated On orran Oaf On ( a-r..H.4eni> JAMAICA. Oci Governor Sir Hugh Font iHatlWwent ,i sin nn al Uw Ntittall Memorial Hospital yettrrii.iy morning, follovMiig an acute attack of appendKltl Hli condl%  i %  %  %  .it I '"TV •" %  i alt I-ady Fuot was due to enter hospital thl* ; for a minor operation hat jiostponed It, On Saturday Governor Foot was in good spirits at a Press conferra noon, then had lunch With house gueits After dlOfltT he complained of frellng ill and urea rushed to hospital at 4 am Sunday where he was Immediately operated on Hopes Raised For Mid-East Defence B> HAROLD Ot'ARD state* to co-operate U)Nl>ON, Oct. 13 The United States did npt Hgrc Ihn UVaniean idea* on completely with this suggestion Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Middle East defence have been and wanted the Arab stales In at For the first time In mai "substantially reconciled" and th. tl.e 'art Now authoritative authoritative MMJi Franca and aources said "broad changes" to and Lofoenoa rurfcei ira I -i-H-ted soon to proMiddle East politics man I BiaM and manv elenn Mth aeguent upon King Farouk's abditile to the unity of th.Ai I iflon of the Egyptian throne have disappeared. Now II %  in defence, authoritative have made ft possible for Rri' dny. tin's viewpoint to coincide morthere may >\\\\ I ; this year Britain sugclosely with the United States, doun rid, rlr%  i:'ralia. ttrv ZenFrom t^.' n eumstances are m< Faroul %  '•'ed by than ever before, to iv mwvMiddlr East defence that of King Tall . ...ganlzation In Cvprus done much to dispel the tradi'n ome place out; %  •> _C.P. i* for Middle East tlonal struggle around the Haoaeversial Suet Canal Zor. Assistanl Secreral of Ihe Unitei %  MBBber n 'iA-ere ro**t •board the ship by former Chief Jakob Malik > succeeded him as well as Georgi Zaruhi fvusslan Ambassador to Washing' "Bolshevik To Be Dropped MOSCOW, Oct. 13. i ha nlueteanlta nvviel Cone* i'arty Congre %  piece lea PntttbuTo %  '-• %  sldlum and drop li. i bevtk* 1 trom the 'i.lW-ii.l p.ut> name The Congress was aehaduled to new constitution ing -ind lightening Comn unlst Party apparatus and to i-.it a in" Central Cocnmlttea itlast major business. All Tiiembers iday and it was debated that Saturday. Mr said "lioio'nk" was being dropped from %  • name of the pan. tiecause it no longer necessary —I'P. A CUP OF FRY'S IS A CUP OF FOOD I Iffllfffrl Picket* lafl ihe Quev-n Khsai I %  passid throupi. I I than 2OT pick*:. anti-Russian signs. oaans wore V 1 liberty %  Vishin•ky han;. U '• da ky**. stain. <;romyko, Malik rowa Into ti ba In %  -You %  I rid LstL-S. VinJiii^ailinFo Sudan Chosen CAIRO, Oct. IS. The United States Embassy an; oumed on Monday that Antera will ippoint an official reprotentative to the Govi rnment of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan The drat! BBpejUdment of its kind. It w ; U I BJ0 to Mr Wilham Burdett who t l for Khartoum shortly ( to take up the post o Liaison, • ho Sudan Government. Mr Burdett. who is at present i %  i -. . lala said he was being sent to Khartoum because of the import.ime the VS. attached to the present situation in the Sudan. atr, Hurdett previously was Firt S*>cretary at the US Fjnbassv in Teheran, Iran.—t'.F. EAKFAST COCOA ^LB. NET




WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Chancery 10.30 a.m

Meeting, House of Assembly 3.00 p.&

Dr. Auer lectures at Museum 5.00 p.m

Mobile Cinema, Dist. “E” Police Station
St. John — 7.30 p m

Basket Ball, Y.M.P.C, 800 pm





:

Ask Government To
Revise Agreements

With West Indies

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Oct. 13

E ANNUAL MEETING of the Maritim

| The Chair



TUESDA%,



Canadians Want Lad

Rosenbergs |
Doomed For |

|
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. |
The Supreme Court on Monday
doomed Julius and Ethel Rosen-|
berg convicted as atomic spies}

e and awaiting execution in Sing}

Sing prison to the electric chair.

Provinces Board of Trade, Canada passed the|The tribunal rejected their ap-|

following resolution last week:—

“Whereas the long and valu-;
able trade association between
Canada and the British West
Indies has contributed sub-
stantially to the economy of
the Maritime Provinces and}
Canada as a whole and,

“Whereas trade between :
Canada and the British West}
Indies has diminished and is |
being further endangered |
with threatened reduction in}j, Austria claim that. Communist
Canadian National Steam-| eastern Europe police are turn-
ships services to and from the! in. 1 cor
British West Indies and by in- | ture Be Siters Scontepstons" from
ternational currency restric-|" phe Saneaaee allege that tortures
tions, Be it resolved that the} had replaced mental and emotional
Maritime Provinces Board of preasusee the Coremmpists former-
Trade request the Canadian ly used to force prisoners to sign

. documents needed for their courts. |
Government (1) to continue Many escapees claim that they}
operation of the Lady Boats|have been subjected to torture |
until such time as the Cana-|but some stories on aoubeety
dian National Steamshi ey-| Since it is suspected they make)
vice to and from the British extravagant claims to win favour

> ; with the West. —(CP)
West Indies can be improved

oA in eee Canada Backs
U.N. Stand On

agreements with the British
! e
Prisoners

Red Police
Torturing
Prisoners

VIENNA, Oct. 13.
curtain refugees arriving

Iron

»



\

'

stimulating and _ increasing
trade between Canada and the
British West Indies and ex-
changes of commodities com-

West Indies with the object of
'

{

plimentary to both regions.” UNITED NATIONS, New York.
The Hon. Donald Sangster, Oct, 13, —
Jamaica member of the Regional | Canadian External Affairs



Economic Committee was Guest | Minister Lester Pearson. who is
Speaker at the meeting and at a|scheduled to be elected tomorrow
dinner the same night at Car- jas President of the Seventh Ses-
lotte Town Hotel when he spoke] sion of United Nations General
an West Indies economy and Assembly, said on Monday ‘that
affairs. Canada squarely supported the





peals and that of their accomplice
Morton Sorell who was sentenced}
to thirty years in prison.

Barring the unlikely possibility |
f a last ditch reconsideration by
the courts or Presidential inter-
vention, the action leaves New

ROYAL FAMILY

saeere






Advorate

PRICE: FIVE CENTS

Sur

ats On W.L Run

CTOBER 14, 1952

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Shorter Hours For

Oil Workers Urged

THE HAGUE, Oct. 13.
BRITISH, FRENCH, DUTCH and American labour
representatives at the International Labour Organization
Oil Industry Conference decided on Monday to bring the
question of shorter working hours for oil employees be-
fore the meeting which is to start here on Tuesday. They
want to propose establishment of 40 working hours a week
for all shift workers in the world’s oil industry
Such an arrangt¢ment would
necessitate the formation of four
shifts and would guarantee more

ree Sundays for workers. Christ- Dust Tells

an Socialists and Moslem work

ON VACATION

r es

a oat eran encom wae













YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

Total
Hig
Lowest Temperature
Wind Velocity
Barometer

Sunrise:
Moon:

Lighting:
High Tide










iInfall from Codrington
raliafall for omth
Tempetsture

06
to date
; I

73.5 r
6 miles per hour
29.964,

1.27 tmey

9 am. 3 pom)
20.870
TO-DAY

5.58 a.m
nset 5,59 p.m
Last Quarter,
6.00 pam.

12.23 aun,

713 4 m

October 19.

LW om

iw Tide: ,ttfaonm

Panama President





| Japan he had renounced his United

States citizenship and therefore
could not be guilty of treason. He
returned to this country however

and was recognized by one time
prisoner William Bruce. This in-
cident led to his prosecution.

—U.P.

House May
Consider





In a cable home to-day he | stan taken b the United
said that he was satisfied at onload sonmniabers in Korea that
er ies wits the Want indiga|%,,petoner= should, forcibly ve
with particular reference to repatriated. fonts oltre $a
shipping, immigration and trade! reporters at’ the: Sg
ih "§ ‘tion Offices at Hotel Baltimore.

.Mr. Sangster said that the sit-|_ Following his arrival from
uation augurs well for the great-|Ottawa on Sunday, Pearson

plunged immediately into a series

er reciati a f
seria by Crmads. of conferences with key United

the West Indian difficulties and

tion by Canada. organization of the



" B talked with France’s chief dele-
Fr enchLaune France’s contention that her dis-
putes with Tunisia and Morocco

4 A
should not be placed on
Winter Attack |::2' p
HANOI, Indo-China, Oct, 13. He saw Australian

French Union forces launched|Affairs Minister Richard Casey,
their first winter offensive against|South African chief — delegate
Communist-led Vietminh to-day|G. P. Jooste whose country has
aimed at wiping out sizeable|threatened to quit U.N, if it acts
enemy concentrations between|0n the Arab-Asian charges that
Minh Binh and Phat Diem 55 to 65|South Africa’s racial policies are
miles southeast of Hanoi. a threat to peace, and planned to,

Planes dropped napalm bombs,|see later in the day the deputy
mobile artillery and 1,000 para-|United States

—(CP)

GEN. NAGUIB
AIDS IN ARREST



assembly president—plans for tne
Korean debate except to stress
that Canada supporte
Nations stand on prisoners,

He said that as from tomorrow



citizen who reported that two
men were making the rounds col-
lecting donations.

General Naguib phoned the
Public Security Director to try
to arrest at least one of the men
and bring the offender before
him. Police nabbed a man iden-
tified as Kashem Ibrahim, an un-
‘employed driver and _ brought
him before Naguib y
through the Cabinet session. s-
hem was later placed in br

Russians Admit
Shelling U.S. Plane



U.S. Navy Orders
New Type Of Jet

WASHINGTON, Oct. 13

dently of aircraft carriers, it was
learned on Monday. Informed
sources said the
plane is known as the F29.,

If tests prove successful it would
vperate from advanced bases. The



present Navy jet planes land or
are carrier-based,
Members of the Congressional
MOSCOW, Oct. 13. Appropriations Committees ar
Russia admitted that its fighter|said to have been enthusiastic
planes had fired on a United States| when Navy officials described the:
B.29 Superfortress which disap-| water-based plane to them at
peared in the Far East but in-|closed door budget hearings last
sisted they did so after the B.29}year. “It looks like a pretty good
had violated Soviet territory and | fighter,’ one Navy official a tP
fired first. Soviets said the B.29 of
“departed in the direction of the
sea” last Tuesday after exchang-
ing fire with two Russian fighters



Ho



over the Kurile Islands off the
northeast tip of Japan. United

By HAROLD GUARD
a re ee LONDON, Oct. 13

British and American ideas on
Middle East defence have been
“substantially reconciled” and the
United States, Britain, France and
Turkey are expected soon to pro-
pose formal conference with
Arab states to promote their co-
operation in defence, authoritative

A note on the incident which
was handed to the United States
Charge D’Affaires by Deputy
Foreign Minister Georgei Push-
Kin yesterday made “a déeter-
mined protest” against* the inci-
dent and asked the Americans to

“adopt measures to prevent the|cources said on Monday
violation of the Soviet state fron- Barlier tiris year Britain sug-
tier by American aircraft”. gested that Australia, New Zea-
The text of the note was pub-|land South Africa shouk
lished the official newpaper establish Middle East defence
Pravda to-day without commert. planning organization in Cyprus
—U.P. it ting for Middle East



viewpoints and subsequent ac-|Netions delegates in regard to| pected to be given to a Bill to

assembly] make provision for the establish-
opening on Tuesday morning. He} ment of a Training Fund. This Bill

the | ness,

d the United any liability

when he formally becomes toy

|official of the assembly, the

CAIRO, Oct. 13. aeistiaiett of the Canadian

Saneest Mohammed Naguib | gejeyation will be assumed by
acted personally on Sunday ia|Health Minister Paul Martin.
the arrest of a man suspected of|Martin will speak for Canada
Soliciting funds on the pretence} early in the general debate.
that they would be used to aid|Pearson said that in addition to
Palestine war cripples. Korea, the Tunisian and Mo-
The _was presiding at)roccan problems will amount to
a Cabinet meeting when he re-|¢he most important on the
ceived a telephone call from a|agenda. —U.P. |

| regions” adjourned
| United Nations and a call for

The Navy has ordered a limited) attended the meeting.
number of new jet seaplane fight-/| or so

deleuste
ers which could operate indepen-| United States.

twin-engine) adopted by the conference. As

craft has not yet been flown. At United

e

Training Fund

When the House of Assembly
meet today, consideration is ex-

|
|
|
\
|



is one of the seven items on the

gate Henri Hoppenat concerning| Order Paper under Government |

Member’s business.

Under Private Members’ busi- |
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker
expected to move the

is |

assing of

External] 4n Address to His Excellency the |

Governor requesting that the nex; !
Governor of Barbados should ba!
chosen from amongst suitable
natives of the British Caribbean.

The Objects and reasons of the
Bie sompptning the Training Fund
read :—

Section 7 of the Executive Com-

representative A.| mittee Act, 1891, provides that the

troops led the attack in rice fields}Gross and alternate delegate| unexpected balances of all grants
and hills. French used an esti-|John Ross _ concerning Korea.| Of Sums of money which not being
mated 10,000 troops. Pearson declined to discuss on{ fixed by law have been voted on

record Canada’s or his own—as| the annual estimates shall lapse

at the end of the year to which
they refer except to the extent of
ich has been in-!}
curred in respect of any such grant}
before the end of such year. i

The Government has found it
\ difficult to ensure that the full
amount provided annually by the

@ on page 3

Delegates Want
Ne wh
Five Power Talks
|
} TOKYO, Monday.
Delegates to the Peiping “peace
conference for Asian and Paciiic
their eleven |
day meeting with an attack on}
a|

|
|





| five power conference.
Communist Peiping Radio said
416 delegates from 37 countrics
A dozen
tes came from the
Peiping Radio
broadcast two long statements
summarizing the resolutions

expected, delegates accused the
United States of “warmongering.”
The conference accused the
Nations of failing to fulfil
the promises of the charter to end
war. They said the principle of
unanimity among United States,
| Britain, France, Russia and China
|has been violated. “The present
|international tension can only be
lremoved and permanent peace
‘guaranteed through negotiations
between the five great oe

‘S Raised For Mid-East Defene

states to co-operate.

The United States did not agree
completely with this suggestion
and wanted the Arab states in at
the start. Now authoritative
sources said “broag changes” in
Middle East politics mainly con-
sequent upon King Farouk’s abdi-
cation of the Egyptian throne
have made it possible for Brit-
ain’s viewpoint to coincide more
Closely with the United States.

From the British viewpoint Kins
Farouk’s abdication followed by



that of King Talal in Jordan ha
done much to dispel the tr
tional struggle around the Hasse-

Arrive In New York

(By BRUCE MUNN)
UNITED NATIONS, New York, Oct. 13.

SOVIET FOREIGN M

arrived on Monday to lead the most powerful Russian
diplomatic delegation in histo
the United Nations, Gener tm

anked by Andre: Gri

veto man, greying Vishinsky greeted newsmen pleasantly

posed smilingly for newsree
say regarding Russia's hope
the United States and her W

Fall To Religious
Influences

MOSCOW, Oct, 13

Mikolai Mikhailov, secretary «
the Young Communist League to
the nineteenth Communist Par
Congress that some of the Leagu«
16,000,000 boy and girl membc
were falling under the influen
of religion.

After referring to those coming}
under the influence of religion i:
an address made public today, the
official said “we ate obliged!
vigorously to put an end to the}
shortcomings in ideological wor)
and raise the level of new tasks
He asked Congress for increas:
aid for the youth movement.

—(CP)

|

*}



Jamaica To Be
Represented Al

Coronation

KINGSTON, J’ca., Oct.
Jamaica will be officially repre
nted at the Queen’s coronation
by a small detachment of. the J
maica battalion and three officic
representatives, it a
to-day.

|
13

Ww announced

~(CP)



Terrorism Starts
Again In Tunisia

TUNIS, Oct. 18

The revival of terrorist activi.
ties appeared underway through-~
out the country when bomb
explosions were reported in three
large cities on Monday. No casu-
alties were caused,

One bomb placed under an
automobile exploded in the fash-

}

ionable Montfleury district of
Tunis on Sunday night causing
considerable damage,

In the seaport of Bizerte, three
bombs exploded in a garden ad-
joining the central post office. At
Souse bomb exploded on the
public bowling green where an
explosion also took place last
week.—U.P.

C|
iil

mite dynasty which consta
threatened disunity among Egypt,
Jordan and Saudi Arabia.

For the first time in'many years
authoritative sources sai Syria

and Lebanon appear to have stable
regimes, and many element
tile to the unity of the Arab world
have disappeared. Now they say}

hos.



it has been decided that although
there may still be some “ups and
downs” in the Arab world, cir-
cumstances are more fa le
than ever before, to the’
A is planning the o
me | » outside the «
i Canal Z UP

‘estern allies

Gommunist Youth |

Akhbar, said to-day that Farouk!

} he same
{has been ;

Scientists can determine from|
on examination of radioactive dust |
what metallic element was used

an atomic explosion. Thugs they

charged formally with |
| treason for asking Britain last
' July to send troops to save his
; throne, The paper said the Public

| Prosecutor would ask the death po, tell if the bomb contained
}sentence against Farouk living, yranium or was for example a
; in exile in Italy. hydrogen bomb.—U.P.

The paper said Farouk’s. request
was made when Major General
Naguib, now premier, sprang his
military coup on July 23, Farouk
abdicated three days later,

leaned RED Among Kenya
Allied-Held | White Settlers

NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct. 13.
Panic and rush for firearms
started among settlers to-day be-



INISTER Andrei Vishinsky

ry in Tuesday’s opening of

m a eictin ey 1
ee e Kremlin's original

| cameras, but had nothing t

»s to drive a wedge between | Island Raided

|
|
|

Arriving with the Russian cause the police believe current|
SEOUL, Oct. 13. ave rn r
board the liner Queen Elisabeth) two “unidentified” warplanes oattie See, ee |
ere eT utc fateh the Pol-l attacked an allied-held island Mau terrorists is yet to reach its
: ( zech, Byelo-Russian ancl north of the 38th parallel off the peak. 7 |
crainian delegations, Korean west coast on Sunday; New fear and anger gripped the}
The Russian diplomats left the, night bn caused I little damage,| British colony since Friday night's
nearest approach to a_ political deb, Airforce disclosed on Mon-|\fau Mau attack on an elderly

onouncement to Polish Foreign couple,



The Airforce report came after



liniste: Stanislaw Skrzesks} . A Europeans lined up by hundreds
ho said “we are coming from | Communist radio broadcast outside the administrative offices
Poland where the whole nation trom Pyongyang that Red plancs applying for firearm permits, The

had attacked Cho Cho Island about

14 miles north of the parallel

teaving it “a sea of flames”.
The Airforce said the planes

rovernment received hundreds of
letters and telegrams from the
whites in the colony demanding
military force to quell the Mau]

all its citizens—-with great effort
ive rebuilt war destruction and
eveloped our economy, This is

our contribution to peace. This is

ae t whe had dropped bombs and strafed a| Mau, |
vide nee of our belief in the village on the island. It said dam- —(CP) |
oa of t oe co-existence | age was “slight”. It is not known
of different political and eco-|° adi: ne CCPL
nomic systems and peaceful immediately seees ie Qeve ee ‘

any installations on the island.
UP.

0-operation between nations,”





Vishinsky addressed

brief re-
iarks to reporters in Russian. 66 4 99
He id | would like to greet oO Ss e ¥
ou. I hope you will report x
objectively ind truthfully the , I ' BeD d ,
proceeding of the General O roppe .
Assembly. I] would like to greet ‘
you and wish you all the success MOSCOW, Oct, 13. . IS A C
in the world.” Pressed for The nineteenth Soviet Com- 3
statement in English Vishinsky unist Party Congress recon-| 9
said, “I wish you success in your}vened to replace the Politburo x
labours. Goodbye.’ with the new Presidium and drop
the word “Bolshevik” from the
> ; official party name.
Leave Korea The Congress was scheduled to














16 Ww . i y aU ei
Reporters asked him his opinion axe ™ ’ rah } oe aa Fe 4
if “Dwight Misehhower’s . state ream ining and tightening Com- (| \
ment that American troop unist: Party SPpererus and to |
‘otlld. be pulled out ofthe. lin elect a new Central Committee
tae olde Ha replied" agres 1° its last major business. ,
vith the proposal that ‘Aswertont | a siempre of the present Vd a
as ins not Ee aa Sores {Pe iey making Politburo are : SA A LY A
, ites tears dtl wae xpected to be named to the new —~
: chink ‘te poe . Asked! i oe ws ee eae moere a
ait a > ao : vas if he par y. 1e same time ‘
ih aeiidien tweens a inoall eng eaters Ly eg he a
Korea he saic that is a political Pee oe as = risiated and its Se
Te as , work largely taken over by an] fmm.
question. onlarged secretariat. ;
y of ° i
Vishinsky and Gromyko who Pang Mens nem ry member of} ase
crossed the Atlantic with Arkady | Say: a Bi Abide a
Rabhtey” former; Assistant ‘Maree. titution before the Congress on}
tary ” ete aral on Wits United viday and it was debated thath ===
Nations end’. naw a member of ay and Saturday. He said “Bol- | —
the Soviet delegation were met|,°Vi*" was belng dropped from) sa
board the ship by former Chief|...“ Ae * the party because it) —_-
Soviet Deiegate Jakob Malik no ionger necessary a —_—
and Valerian Zorin who succeeded —UP. | ——
him as well as Georgi Zarubin
Russie Ambassador shing- ] j
hs ian Ambassador to Washing U.S. ‘Aintbassador ee
- =—
ckhets —_
CAIRO, Oct. 13. | gee
A ' left the Queen Eliza- The United States Embassy Cd a
roth ar were whisked away in|"@unced on Monday that Amer- oon
iTee hining limousines, thejica will appoint an official repre- |
viet plomats passed through|sentative to the Government of | =— a tantas
crowd of more than 200 pickets |Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. The first) &= AU spices con,
wrrying inti-Russian — signs.!appointment of its kind, it wil) ="
[Typical slogans were “Vishinsky|go to Mr, William Burdett who | -_- 1
rave digger of liberty.” “Vishin-| will leave for Khartoum shortly | = =LB
ky hdngman of Latvia”. “U.N.|to take up the post of Liaison; ~~ 2 .
no place for Vishinsky”. “Stalin,|Officer to the Sudan Government. ‘Srp.
Vishinsk Gromyko Malik Mr. Burdett, who is at present | — "8 80K |
ur names will be thrown into Cairo conferring with Egyp- a tess, SOM
histé tebasket"’. “Your British and Sudanese offic-
ACE soviet Americ ials said he was being sent to}
Khartoum because of the impor-|
A } aid the pickets|tance the U.S. attached to the
pr Pole Czech ent situation n the Sudan.
id Lat-|Mr. Burdett previousiy was First
Sec retary at the U oo Emb
—U.P. Teheran, Iran.—vU.P.

Panic Breaks Out |

within three weeks.-U.P,

b

t




BREAK FAS!

OCO

proposal
settlement was presented,
The United States was expected

York State free to carry out he} ae CPR D eh m full
death sentence against the Rosen-| ane ~ ae 0s ‘ i tor JOSE ANTONIO REMON, who wos
bergs. \ roerenees organisations want to overwhelmingly elected to the
They. were convicted in Nev ress for a 40-hour week for ail oil ebebstve i hiatal ves
y nvic j - ; Presidency of Panama by the five
York Federal District Court on workers in the oil industry but * . "
4 t } : : create » Zealand, .ajor political parties of tis ewun-
March 29 1951, on charges of is believed this idea has little ‘Oc ; | try tast May, will take his cathe
violating 1917 wartime cspionage ance of success, Other work- Got, 18 ce neil re
stan usin tort ! . “_ ieee akin a gray kno «ffice in Panama City on Oct. first.
law by relaying atomic bonb Organisations are swggesting kind ‘inh FRtit ep ‘He United States is sendiia4
secrets to a Russian spy rng 48-hour week for all non-shitt - ut oe a Monit | a . I inten: Par of "ie
which included convicted Brit sh orkers instead. ( An none | Pen ctieg ces Pear een in ney ad i 1,
Scientist Kluas Fuchs The conference will last ten West ro Lodi hk Tee renee ae
The Supreme Court on Monday! iys until October 25, Fourteen lana Air For officials T T °
refused to reconsider its decision yuntries have sent delegations ag on agrival here U.K. oO Re eet
of last June 2 upholding the Ul consisting of representative AuStfalia of tw
treason. conviction of Tommys f government, employers and {fy Al ‘opce B 29's after | S
Kawakita, American-born Japan- | workers, i “a ers salir | Iranian
ese for his brutal treatment ot It-is expected that about 120/:hey suspectea the United State
American prisoners during World delegates will participate from] :ade a check of its own of radio
War II.. The court's br fer } ro
l rT . fC gourt 8 brief orde | Argentine, Burma, Canada,! active dust rising from the islands
— me Panne free to Colombia, Egypt, Britain, France,| after explosion of Britain's firs!
= y “ite k he re sentence | raq, Netherlands, Peru, Vene- |; uclear weapon, LONDON, Oct. 13
wakita has been confined in uela and U.S.—W.P. F Office “cle i
Los Angeles county jail while his } 2 bated eka | Crew members of the bombe! B con or i a ee said that
| case advanced through the courts \ j ‘yhich landed at Darwin said the) = ia is reject Premier Mos-
| e ar » j‘vere enroute from Guam to t ene oa porate iad an
A native of Calexico, California : ; Ine ouk | Philippines when engine troubl Se ee OWE Vat Fara
t } - ‘ id it is hoped that the note will
awakits a é ' a tt . he wn. Darwin how
a te bine aC AF tae ‘pan. ir" ATTIRED IN HOMEY TWEEDS and stout ‘hoes, Queen Elizabeth I, and her ° eter ip ame} vn. Darwin how. jieave the door open for further
8 an. interpreter # oo husbend, Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, enjoy a brief vacation with r d ith ‘1 hilippines route negotiations.
as an interpreter for tife Oeyama i Guam—Philippines 1 The decis /
Nickel Industry Company tat on their children at Balmoral Castle tn Scotland, Young Prince Charles 2€ decision followed extensive
the island of Honshe auriste ae and his sister, Princess Anne, Wear slacks and woolen windbreakers. Treason Responsible sources ha noted aes with ae Uglies
ne ‘ ; Y od a °e that a New Zealand Air Force s which are reported to have
ee Pd Nome us eal Hastings bomber with scientists4resulted in an agreement to pré-
srisoners f 5 yee iT. e is ‘ sboard spent three days tracking! serve the Anglo-American” front
me " rs of war in factories. He “4 4 CAIRO, Oct. 13. dioactive dust after the blast and| established last month. when the
Apps Wb Hive Voctidoyt tes Orie ussiani © ega es | ‘The independent newspaper, Al\ sured the B 29’s may have done| Truman-Churehill for

fo send a new note urgine further
negotiations to prevent erious

economic and political repereug-
sions in Tran.

Sources said Britain rejects the
eheran demand for down pay-
ment by tomorrow of £ 20,000,000,
Iso the suggestion to seid a
iission, and the demand for pay-
vent of an additional £29,000,000



Governor Féot
Operated On

(From Our Own Correspondent)
JAMAICA, Oct, 18.

Governor Sir Hugh Foot under-
went a successful operation atthe
Nuttall Memorial Hospital yester-
day morning, following an. aeute
attack of appendicitis. His condi-
tion was reported satisfactory to-
day but, as a result, Lady Foot
who was due to enter hospital this
week for a minor operation has
postponed it,

On Saturday Governor Foot was
in good spirits at a Press confer-
ence before noon, then had lunch
with house guests. After dinner.
he complained of feeling ill and
was rushed to hospital at 4 a.m.
Sunday where he was immediate-
ly operated on.



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IR. ROBERT ARUNDELL, Cocktail Party
s K.C.M.G., O.B.E, Governor f
of the Windward Isl accom- ‘HE CARIB BEARS Basket
panied. by Lady Aru: ell were ball Team from Trinidad» is
intransit passenger from St. setting into a short sp: of time
Lucia for Grenada by B.W.1A. , nuch entertainment as possi-
on Sunday. ble. Over the week end they went
Sotial Workers Busy on ht-seeing tours, and spent
RS.--A. W. SCOTT and her iite a of their time sea bath-
J Je) ne
o. band ; _— Welts re on lay they spent the day
orkKers are OV , . en the Ja Coz st: yester av
in making ar angement for the a co Cherry Tree Hill ae
Fair to be held at Woodside ce Shige Patek: te
Bay Street on Saturday, Decembe the Barkaded cman
6. 1 Association enter-
The last fair which was stagea onalen as % Cocktail "Party
there two years ago by Mrs. Scott Y. M PC Club Sodrax. .
was a great success and proceeds The ‘
were donated to many local they ate having 4 wonderhil Game.
charities: ug git eke ee has
Mrs. Séott told Carib that they The first bateh expec
hope to_é€clipse that performance %™* .
and are sparing no effort to make Transferred
this year’s function an even bigger
success than the previous one R aa MRS. S. DAL-
With the splendid co-operation a . : os
i GLEISH and their
of Mrs. Rita Clarke of Brooklyn 7 wate’ hematite’ ti

and Mrs. Norma Gooding also of children fe one
the U.S.A., and others interested, ae a ts tehander
the various stalls will be stocked PY B. L/ nt ; tu ae ae
with a-wide range of novelties | Mr. see al ee

and delicacies designed to tempt ferred to Roya Ban of oan a.
the most fastidious. Manager of their Georgetown

as

Branch

For the children, of course
there will be all sorts of games 4 Son
and amusements. Various activi- DIT AW ep 9s ime r.
ties of attraction for these little ONGRA TULATIONS to Mr
ones are being planned and the and Mrs. H. Baldini of
Police Band will be in attendance. Dalkeith, St. Michael, on the
birth of a son. Mother and babe
, are well,
Help For The Poor Mr. Baldini is Proprietor of the
F'TER spending about three Bijoux Paris Jewel Store, Broad
months’ holiday as the guest Street.
of Mr, and Mrs. G: Cox of Wood-
side Gardens,’ Bay Street, Mrs Farewell Party
Norma Gooding a Barbadian resi- FAREWELL party was hold

dent in the U.S.A. for many years bs cated! : .
returned to New York by B.W.LA. + at the “ sidence of = > c.
on Friday. Springer, at ‘“Dovers,” St. Lucy

Mrs. Gooding is’ the owner and last week in honour of Mr. Clinton

Manageress of Goodings Em- Johnson of “The Crick,” St. Lucy
ployment Agency in New Yor 7 ee cas
@ity and is very interested in O°, Thursday last.

; ; ” 5 Mr, Johnson has gone to get
| xpath geaae Meena atl 2 married to Miss Clementine Car-
Indians and Pihis is the second Tnston a Barbadian, residing in
Visit here in 25 years. Her last New York. setae,’ hak ;
visit was in 1947 when she came Friends and relatives bade him
over for a short holiday farewell and the best of luck in

Her husband, also a Barbadian, his new home.

is in the Real Estate Business i

in New York. He used to carry on Pleasure And Business
the Barbados Garage in James R. J. D, DOUGLAS of “Edge-
Street. ton,” Country Road, re-
. ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ > day night by
“While here Mrs. Gooding took turned home on Suni a -
the opportunity to visit the various B.W.LA. from Trinidad. He ac-
Children Leagues and witnessed Companied the Holborn Cycling
the distribution of clothing and Team and stayed over for a few
gifts to mothers and their chil- days for business transactions.
dren.

She was favourably impressed On Business

To Aitend A.S.T-.A.
Convention
M®*
and Mr.

Peter Morgan,



WINSTON WARD, Man- Narriman decided on Monday to
ger of Paradise Beach Club â„¢0ve their. home in exile from
Manager this holiday island to the seaside

of St. Lawrence Hotel were pas-

for Miami
Rico by B.W.LA. yesterday.

They have gone
tatives of the Hotel Association tc

sengers

as

via Puerto

Represen-

>

attend the A.S.T.A. Convention to

be held
20—22.

in Miami on Octuber
From St. Lucia

and
MILNE-MARSHALL

R.

Lucia, were arrivals from St.

a visit.

M®

To Reside

MRS. GRAYDON wi

and four or five days.” Santa Marin.
youngsters told Carib that their daughter of Fonds Estate, St. ella is the site of the summer

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

King Farouk
Moving To
Santa Marinella

ISLE OF CAPRI, Oct. 13
Former King Farouk and Queen

resort of Santa Marinella on the
Italian mainland, 35 miles
west of Rome.

King Farouk’s secretary dented
that he had purchased a villa at
Santa Marinella. “The famfly
will stay there for an indefingte
time until they can find a par-
manent residence to their liking’,
the secretary said.

“His Majesty and his family
ll probably leave here within

home of Italian film director

to return Lucia by B.W.I.A. on Sunday on Roberto Rossellini and his actress

wife Ingrid Bergman.
The former King and his family
expected to stay at the “Villa of

and MRS. CYRIL JAMES Palms” at Santa Marinella, a 25-
of Bay Street were passen- T0OM mansion overlooking* the
three gers leaving by B.W.LA. yesterday S€@, listed as a second class host-

morning en route to the U.S.A. @lry, Its top price is five dollars

Mrs James was Cashier of the
Advocate Co., Ltd.

First Impressions
R. ULRIC TSOI-A-SUE,
Civil Servant of San Fer-
arrived in the colony by

a

nando

first visit.

He will be spending three weeks
as a guest at Leaton-on-Sea, The
Stream.

Although he has not seen much
of our island yet Mr. Tsoi-A-Sue
is fairly sure that he has ahead
three weeks’ of sightseeing and
sea-bathing. His first impressions
will be lasting.

T.L.L. Employee Returns
R. M. TRIMINGHAM who had
been spending a holiday

Demerara where they have gone to reside. © day per persan dhuting - the

season,
However, King Farouk will be

arriving after the normal tourist

season and undoubtedly will get

a bargain rate. The move

early today when two truckloads

of luggage—95 pieces in a

u—
: ~ taken to the mainland aboargps
B.W.1.A. yesterday morning on his motor launch.

—UP.

BEIRUT, Lebanon, Oct. 13

Love and politics tangled dur-
ing a wedding in Badan village
on Sunday night and when the
dust cleared four people had been
killed and 12 wounded. The row
started at the height of a marriage
festival when partisans of Social-
ist Progressive leader Kamal Jum-

Who left by T.C.A., for the U.S.A. with his family here returned to Mat and former Defence Minister

Trinidad by B.W.1.A, on Sunday. Emir Mejid Arbsan clashed.

He is an employee of T.L.L
Pointe-a-Pierre, Trinidad,

A Holiday In U.S.A.

ISS HAZEL CLARKE, Traffic

Department Clerk of B.W.1.A.
left for a holiday in the U.S.A, by
B.W.LA. on Saturday last
Jamaica,

via

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the charm of a life is its living;
the soul of the thing is the
thought.—Eugene Fitch Ware.



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Maybe This Is Why ARTIST'S WORKS
Your Didn’t Get .
That Job...

(By CHAPMAN PINCHER)

DWE bent candidate at-an imter-
views rarely gets the job because

most’ b6Sses are hopeless at
judging personality, a professor
claimed,

After “25 years of studying
human character London Uni-

versity’s-PROFESSOR P. E, VER-
NON. ts. | satisfied that the
standard interview nearly always
gives a distorted picture of an |
applicant’s true personality,

His evidence, given at
British, Association meeting
Belfasts—

MANY..of the personnel selec-
tion officers trained to recom-
mend Army recruits for | the
right job during the war did
worse than if they had never
seen the recruits at all.

A RECRUIT’S | barrack-room
mates proved to be much. more
accurate“M predicting his possi-
ble velue«as an officer.

WwW wo pSychiatrists inter-
view. patients with mental illness,
they disagree in their diagnosis
in. about half the cases,

THE JUDGMENTS on _ stu-
dents entering a London college
bore no relation to their even-
tual performance in their degree

a
in

8

NOW IN THE THROES of a revi
Toulouse-Lautrec inspired these

La Goulou,

out of it and to act, said GROUP

examinations. CAPTAIN W. K. STEWART,
*Most people, however confi- chief of the R.A.F, Institute of

dent they may be in their ability, Aviation Medicine,

are not good sin assessing This means that if he is

personality,” Professor Vernon travelling at 650 miles an hour

said. “Many professional psy- his aircraft will have moved

chologists, employers, and teach- nearly three-quarters of a mile

ers are thoroughly bad at it.” before he can begin to. do any-
He urged research workers to thing.

preduce more reliable tests of If two aircraft are approaching

character and ability,

The Little Woman

each other the gap between them
will have closed by nearly a mile

and a half before either pilot

WHY are women generally can act.
Smaller than men? Even when a pilot anticipates

PROFESSOR WILLIAM S. trouble, it takes him about two
BULLOUGH believes that a wo- seconds to react to it. Group
man’s smaller frame is due to Captain Stewart said. ;
the fact that her body produces Scientists at Cambridge | arc
more cortisone — the hormone trying to devise instruments
naw being used as a treatrent which will help to reduce this
for rheumatism. dangerous time-lag,

He has found that cortisone Save Sailors...
(and chemicals like it) slow 4p scientists had not been
down the growth of the skin and gstinted by the Admiralty, they
other tissues, could have saved the taxpayer

' Split Seconds
R.A.F’s chief medical scientists
explained why jet fighter pilots
need to be so quick to react.
When a pilot is faced withGa He is MR. K. F. H. MURRELL,
sudden emergency it may take former head of the naval motion
him four seconds to think a way study unit. He left the Admiralty

huge sums every year and greatly
improved the efficiency of the
Navy, an ex-Admiralty scientist
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to take on a similar job in indus-
try at more than double his old

salary.

During its first five years, the
unit redesigned ship machinery
and equipment so that it was

cheaper to produce and easier to
work, ; ml

It improved the drill for load-
ing a six-inch gun so much that
one man could be dropped from
the gun crew while the speed of
leading was increased by nearly
25 per cent,

It revolutionised the training
of radar operators.

Yet the unit’ was always
Starved of staff, and its work was
repeatedly frustrated because
Mr, Murrell could not get access
to the high-level administrators

of the Navy,

The Admiralty bosses could not
be made to realise the importance
of studying the man as well as
tre machine he has to work,
Murrell claimed,

“As a result,
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human factor will be unable to
operate at its maximum effici-

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1952



Mr. Adams Com

Mr. Reece Continues -——

HORDER GUARDS

His Address Today

MR. G. H. ADAMS, Counsel for the defendants in the

Panama Estates Chancery

Suit completed argument in

support of his case yesterday before His Lordship the Vice
Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore, and on resumption this
morning at 10.30 o'clock, Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., Counsel
for the plaintiffs, who began yesterday, will continue to

address His Lordship.

Evidence in the suit was eons
eluded last Wednesday, and When
His Lordship heard Counsel yes-
terday, Mr. Adams addressed for
about three-quarters of an hour.
Mr. Reece then addressd iintil the
Tuncheo interval and for the en-
tire afternoon session ’

The subject matter of the case
is the five estates, Colleton, Trents,
Lascelles, Four Hills and Movunt
Standfast for which the plaintiffs
are secking accounts as to their
working by the defendants, and in

connection with which they are
asking the Court to declare nul and
void, declarations of trust drawn

up between the plaintiffs and the
defendants, ;

Exact Opposite

His Lordship the
Chancellor yesterday, Mr.
Adams, Counsel tor the defendants

iid that the very point urged by
his learned friend against the de-
fendants, was in law the exact
opposite. In law, he said, only a
corporation or individual ecculd
hole property, and because of that
very fact, trusts were made, and
the legal estate vested in trustees
because the land could not be
vested in an unincorporated asso-
ciation like the Barbadian Progres-
sive Society.

Addressing
\

Vice

His learned friend’s case was
that an unineorporated association
could not hold property and there-
fore the trust was invalid.

He was however saying that an
unincorporated association, while
it could not hold legal property,
could vest the property in trustees.
As an example, he quoted a num-
ber of cricket clubs and other vol-
untary organisations which owned
property, vesting the legal estate
in their trustees.

The other side was saying that
the trust was nul and void. They
all knew that both the plaintiffs
and the defendants were members
ot the Society and they were
saying that the society could not
hold land. It was also ackndW-
ledged that the money which pur-
chased the estates was not the
money in “toto” of the parties in
the suit, although they contrib-
uted. He was arguing therefore
that the Court of Equity could not
say that regardless of the declara-
tions of trust or not, they were
invalid.

Constructive Trust ?

His Lordship asked “would it
not be a constructive trust held by
the legul owners to the benefit of
the persons who contributed to the
fund which bought the estates?’
and Mr, Adams replied that that
was his case.

Here His Lordship pointed out
that it would be difficult at this
stage to know who the individuals
that contributed were, and added
that if it was argued that the trust
failed for the lack of certainty,
the Court could not from that say,
being a Court of Equity, and it be-
ing held that there was no trust,
that therefore those persons who
appeared on the proceedings were
the legal owners out and out hold-
ing for the benefit of themselves.
That, His Lordship said, was the
difficulty as he saw it.

Mr. Adams argued that on the
point of the certainty as to who
contributed the money, it was
overwhelming that it was ceriain
who did, since the evidence
showed that only certain people
contributed to the Loan Fund and
were paid by accrued benefits
from the investments out of that
Fund.

His Lordship pointed out that it
might be difficult to ascertain now
in 1952 all the people who con-
tributed to the loan fund in 1940,
and asked, “can you say because
it is difficult, therefore the trust
fail for lack of certainty and that
therefore as the trust fails, the
plaintiffs and defendants are the
‘egal owners in their own right and
jor themselves?

No

Mr. Adams replied in the nega-
tive, and added that it could be
presumed to be difficult because

@ On page 5

Charged With

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Plum Tree

Forty-five year-dld labour
Albert Lynch of Christ Chure
yesterday appeared before His
Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn Police
Magistrate of District “A” charged
by Simeon Tl also ef Chrigt
Church with committing malicious
damage to a plum tree on May 19.

The case was adjourned until
October 30 so that Lynch could
bring his witnesses to the court.
Mr. FE. W. Barrow is

uppearing op
behalf of Ifill.

Simeon Ifill told the court that
the defendant cut the branches off
of a plum tree which he planted
near his house. At the time ithe
iree was bearing plums. Viciar
Tfill, son of Simeon Ifill, said that
on May 13 he saw the defendant
cut some of the branches from
his father’s plum tree with a cane
bill,

Lynoh said that he sent a let-
ter to Ifill warning him about the
inconvenience the tree was caus~
ing him but Ifill did not take any
steps. He told *Ifill that he was
going to build a wall near his

house and the tree would be in
his way. x

HOUSE BROKEN

Miriam Forde of Station Hill, St.
Michael reported that her house
was broken and entered some.
time on October 11 and articles tp
the value of $51 stolen. Jack Gi
of Waterford Plantation repo
that thieves carried away mon
from the office of the same plan-
tation when they broke and en-
tered there on September 30.

Linett Maloney of Ljightsfoat
Lane, St. Michael reported that
the house of Solomon Bham
Kensington New Road, St, Michaed
was broken and entered on Qe-
tober 11. Many goods were stolen,
Investigations are afoot,

ON BOND

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday placed 2l-
year-old Muriel Greene of Fair-
field, Black Rock on probation for
a period of 12 months in the sum
of £6 for stealing clothing some-
time between October 7 and Oc-
tober 8.

The clothing were the property
of Leila Whitehead of Reed Street,
St. Michael. Police Cons’
Devonish saw the defendant -

ing the clothing that_were reported
missing by Whitehead and arrest-
ed her. i

FINED 10/-

In the Assistant Court of Ap-
peal yesterday Their Honours Mr,
H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell fined Leon Maxwell of
Hannays, St. Lucy, 10/- for tres-
passing on the lands of Daniel
Slocombe at Crab Hill, St, Lucy
on May 11 this year.

Their Honours reversed the de+
cision of His Worship Mr. G. B.
Griffith who dismissed the case
without prejudice. Maxwell is to
pay this fine in seven days or
seven days’ imprisonment with
hard labour,

Slocombe said that on many oc-
casions he told the defendant not
to come to his land and on May
11 the defendant entered his place
and damaged a door.

25/- FINE

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday found Sydney
Hurst of Deacons Road, St. Mi-
chael guilty of working a horse
in a galled condition and fined
him 25/- to be paid in 14 days
or 14 days’ imprisonment.

The case was brought by Cpl,
Sealy.

USED INDECENT LANGUAGE

A fine of 25/- to be paid in 14
days or 14 days’ imprisonment with
hard labour was imposed on Wil-
liam ‘Thomas of Mason Hail



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PLAY WAR

For the first time since World War I, American, British and German
generals were on the same side when the West German Border Police

launched extensive manoeuvers at

Bad Orb, not more than 20 miles

on the right side of the Tron Curtain, to test their effectiveness
against partisan-type warfare, infiltration and sabotage, some of the
dodges sure to be used in the event of an attack from the East, High-

g American, British, Canodian and German Officers supervised

the war games.

At left, above, Maj. Gen. W. Burres,

Commander of the U.8, 7th Corps,

is chatting with one of the border guardsmen who wears the old
German army helmet. Rear, centre, is Maj. Gen. John Dalquist, Com-
mander of the U.S. 5th Corps. (INP)



Wheat Overflows
Canada’s Granaries

TORONTO.

WHEAT fS OVERFLOWING in Canada’s granaries.
It is piling up in empty farmhouses, skating rinks aecident with the lorry M-1656,
and village halls and even in improvised cribs of tar paper

in the open fields. i

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Being Repaired

The boundary wall above St.
Mary’s Chureh is still undergoing
repairs which started about two
weeks ago.

Yesterday workmen were seen
taking off some of the old plaster~
ing which looked badly and re-
placing fresh plastering.

For the past few weeks these
workmen were hard at work on
other parts of the boundary wall,
the work is now near completion,

RICE SHORTAGE

People in St, Philip are still
experiencing the rice shortag«
although a small supply came to
the d a few weeks ago b)
various schooners.

In St. Philip shopkeepers are
only allowing a certain amoun’
of rice to some of the people, anc
at some of the shops they cann
get rice except they buy othe
articles.

HOT WEATHER



People also complain 0 the
heat in St. Philip, yesterday one
of the residents told the Advocate

t at sometimes there is @
Ot ake of rain which helps \o |
cool the hot weather, but that is |
not very often, he said. }

Some of the tenantry roads **¢ |

being repaired, and this helps |
pom who live in the bad areus
to to and from home in case

of weather. «

Paelbenanesnnedanecnt cen See eee |
Street, St. Michael, wt His Wor-

.G. B. Griffit yesterday
who 8 him guilty of using
indecent

Street, on September 27-

Thomas was also fined 5/- for |

resisting Cpl. Nurse when he at
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‘rucks of a train 12,000 miles long;
piled 50 feet deep, it would cover
the road from London to Tun-
bridge Wells, 45 miles.

It would dast everyone in Britain
three years if every man, woman
and child ate a pound of bread a
day.

It has grown at the rate of, 50
bushels an-acre where 20 bushels
are usually a good crop—and it is
unusually high-grade,

The
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million,

greatest-ever
bushels——is

total—1,250
worth £715

But experts say there is less
han 300 million bushels of space
‘eft to store 1,000 million bushels
of grain. So farmers are storing
wherever they can, and the
Board of Grain Commissioners is
marshalling every railway tuuck
it can find.

The farmers aré happy. They
have béen guaranteeg about 10s.
a bushel as an initial payment.

it is the government's worry
to sell it at a profit, and the.Gov-
ernment’s concern ag to whether
or not there will be American
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GENERAL WALTER BEDELL SMITH, head of the
tap-secret Central Intelligence Agency, testified on Monday

PAGE THREE

PAINS of PILES

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since the discovery of * ‘onmeeete
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Red Infiltrat) i a a nt are
No Red Inf iltration SEA AND AIR pane See

In Security Agencies

Hi
Rocvnidhene, Buriat,
Seesaltion ase Mykon from
fen today under
or

ee, ate

ye money

TRAFFIC

In Carlisle Bay

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 13.

, ' ‘ . A“ . Schooners:— Burma D, Mandalay Ul
that he knew of no Communist infiltration into United May Olive. Marion Relic Wolfe, Zits
* - : . . . on > enrie .
States Government Security Agencies “within the United _ Motor Vessels: Blue Star, T, B
States.” Smith appeared before the House Un-American “#@"- ‘ai Smart Pretty
\etivities Committee to amplify a statement he made last _ Sch. Marea Hepfietta. 0 tons, fron
September 29 that “I believe there are Communists in “),,£)°'%, (nde Captain B. Selby. Con | 5
my own organization.” er rARTURR |
The former United Stato ive —nninaniapiinaroneneemoie mr emeline tok enarere
‘Ambassador to Russia said he ‘Timothy H. Van Sluytman for Trini
matie the statement on thy H. Ma coal s
“theory and past performances” ouse y aK” salbitems “ioe Soitions |
of Russians but said he actually e a8 sistorien for ‘Trinidad ree
knew of no Communists in the Consider Venderful Counsellor for St ucla
Government. “If I did I would SEAWELL _
have pointed them out”, he said. ARRIVALS ;
Smith said he believes there . :

are Communists in his organiza-
tion outside of the United States
bectuse of their adeptness

infiltrating in Germany, Japa
and other countries, “It is iney.-

tab that al some time o
angie, there has been intiltra-
tion”, he said, “I have observe:

what they have done in Canada,
im the United States, in Japan
and in Germany and it is foolisi
for us to have them infiltrate
here.”

“You are all familiar with
Alger Hiss”, he said. “About five
yeeérs ago a minor employee was
exposed as a Communist. Asko:
by Republican Committee mem-
ber Harold Velde whether he
would give further details on his
testimony in closed session Smiih
replied, “I would be glad to give
details at a closed session for
specific reasuns why I feel there
is infiltration in my agency.”

Wi,

DAMAGES CASE
ADJOURNED

THE Common Pleas suit Mi3s

ate Green against Rt. Hon Sir
Allan F. Lascelles et al whieh was
set down for hearing yesterdsy
before Mr. Justice J. W. }
Chenery, has been adjourned unul
the 27th. Miss Kate Green, a cle>k
of Tweedside Road, is claiming
$1,937.76 damages for loss and ex-



penses incurred as a result of un

the property of the defendants.
Hon. G. D. L, Pile and Mr. C.

L. Sealey, the constituted attor-'

neys of Rt. Hon. Sir Allan F. Las-
celles et al, are representing the
defendants. ¥
Mr. J. E. T. Braneker, instructe:
by Messrs Hutchinson & Banfield,
is appearing for Miss Green. Myr.
E. K. Walcott, Q.C., instructed by
Messrs, Cottle Catford, Solicitor,
are appearing for the defendan':.
iss Green claims that the de-
fendants, by their servant Gar-
eld Vemmott on “May 22, 1948,
no eat recklessly, and un-
skilfully drove and managed the
lorry M-1656, the property of the
defendants, alo Constitution
Road, that she, while riding he:
bieycle along that read, was struck
and injured. By reason of the in-
juries, she claims she suffered
great pain and was prevented
from working and thereby sus-
ned great loss and incurred ex-
| ees for surgical and medical
attendance and medicine, etc.

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ships or courses. Provision is also {fumphrey, THE MODERN ;
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iamby, G. Allamby, R
cutilyie, R. Bernstein, P.

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expended while at the same time Humphrey, 8. |

the amount is neither over €X~ “\olimeyers, A. Stolimeyers

nendeéd nor over committed. Th rom Grenuda—Oct. 1

is due to the fact that differen! ¢: Sat 8, Nightingale, C. Will

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rates of expenditure, that courses K. Miller, L. George, B. Andemov, # |
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which is expected to commence
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postponed owing to shortage of
vacancies, transport difficulties,
otc. Consequently, it becomes nec-
essary in administering training
schemes ments for which funds either have _ Kk. Frost, S. Isaac, I. Farrara, we. |
not been voted, or may lapse, Buch ‘or Rustle-Bise Oot. Me Wedderburn,
a position is clearly undesirable. » ‘Rogers’ J, Domingo, :

smith, E. Norris, W ‘ard, P. Morgan,

fermelyn, T, Georges,

rom Venersucla—Oct 11

C. Decates, P. Decates, J. Decates, c.]
s, D. Gonzalez, A. Gonzales, 8.) >}

alez, M. Gonzalez, M, Gonzalez, D.

ionvalex, C. Gonzalez, FB. Gomez, 6

«\pathuzpion, M, Apathuzpion, M Uribe.

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Martiniq
M. Roehrig, G, Khreher
Yor St. Lucia—Oct, 11

M, Ellis, C. Knight, PF.
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to meet commitments already en-

rrec - Me Farlane, E. Me fFarlane, M
kee of ihe nature refe ’ Mec Farlane, P. Mc Farlane

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J. Hoses
| the Bill for an annual report to be 7. Storey, G. Bridgeman, 1. Birkett, M
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Tuesday, October 14, 1952

MORE CHANGE ?

| POLITICAL responsibility said the late
Colonel Stanly, former Secretary of State
for the Colonies goes ill with financial de-
pendence. Against the background of this
statement, the proposal to introduce
ministerial status into Barbados must be
viewed. No one can deny that the logical
end of the Bushe Experiment was the in-
troduction of ministerial status. For this



reason perhaps the Bushe experiment has ar nn see of all Clerk, and the local officials to ap- fo eng one, jadesd nowadays, except the staff and a few furtive] ¥ WILKINSON & HAYNES & CO., LTD.
been roundly condemned from the begin- | nations joined the U.S.A. officers pear eee 06 fey we Ge tones ae acum total, ahd gaits American Communists, Su ce i
ning by those who feared that such asystem = |" than thane one 2 tae of drums remember being able to’ study so Telease the man if is some In the White House only veteran em-

of government would deprive Barbados of
the advantages it possessed when no
wedge was driven between the political
and economic interests of the island,
Professor Burns in his excellent history
of the British West Indies (published in
1951) warned that a powerful and wealthy
country can afford the luxury of a certain
amount gf bad government, but the West

" th art, and as a_ perfor~ ‘ ” ’ tin Geneitieas ond “ha aii oo
ve oe E i ect a“ wealthy Seeing’ it teed mueh merit, That Then Oo eee is on. — the Pee Pranath aon Ast saat: y 4
and they have experienced quite enough cay we had seen twelve tamousls nt was, 1 thine ie Siemiemee wae a. as 60th:

infamous men se

human suffering without going out of their
way to ask for more. It is well that this
impartial judgment of a British historian
should be given full consideration by those

ares ; oa Parade of many is guilty of a great crime. degh and talked to erican? eye, Mike Hammer. And Spillan 2
who forget that political independence is lose ree th ithe "prsbeniaet tal his col ble wit, Ste aot Send e. surprising mewn. “When. weer
impossible if there is financial dependence. Obviously the party at 8 0 3 ; mi . . a

How for instance is Ministerial status to | castle was going on all night sa jfogues ho Tin ne ach withaut 22F the good, wise Schacht who} from other cities waylay lorries of local

be reconciled with the bill which now
stands at the head of the order paper of the

Lendon Letter

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Achtung! Achtung! |

| It was the night of October Ist , the post-war world and he set
1946 and the scene was the Castle By Beverley Maxter ou to ina it. Nor was Alfred
Harben on the outskirts of Krupp without hope. The peace-
Nuremberg. The Nazi criminals Consequently Herr Alfred ful half of the world, which now
had been sentenced to death that Krupp was not present to receive included Western Germany, had |
afternoon and the gentlemen 0 me when I went to his vast house to be armed to the teeth. Then |
the press (British, French and jy the Ruhr to lunch, It was in why keep in prison tne supreme
American) who were billeted in 1946 when, as a member of a Par- master of death’s weapons?
the castle had sent off their des- jiamentary Deputation, I had em- In Fe
patches and were in a high state }orked on a fact-finding tour of was released from
of celebration. : eq Germany. On the whole it had few months ago was paid 30 mil-

Drinks were being served been an encouraging experience. jion pounds in

| swiftly, smilingly by the Ger- | matter whom we interrogated.

'man servants. A German orches- °° ? * property worth 20 million pounds,
man serve laying it was clearly evident that there ang w teed of
ltra which had been ia a oom were no Nazis at all in Germany. pe. an income
Strauss changed to “Anc ae In fact, the entire population had a
Aweigh” the marching song of the 1" One vast, secret resistance P°M*ation for the factories whicn
American ae > a aoncat = Wars i
American officers jumped up é *

shouted to the nets & ee. ie a Se sum he has to meet the pensiox

ee ee band blaring the Burgomeister and the






i a i for it, but let the Western
F hind a door sprung many scalps at one time. Then we Teason

aaa 7 ie anes bank his silly questioned them, and one of the pierage | Pay the pension them-
Chaplinesque moustache trem- favourite queries was: “Do you on instead of restoring to him
bled, his voice went from a e and realise Germany's his blood-stained wealth.
melancholy baritone to a piercing crime?" They did indeed, Ja! Ja! Ex

tenor, It was guttural, prepos- There was not one who did not —
terous, meaningless fake German, admit Germany's crime. iency creates its own justification
culminating in a periodical Again we were much _ en- then let us publicly declare thai
shriek of “Sig Heil!’ to which we couraged. Not only were there no in our national and international
all roared back “Sig Heil!” Nazis in Germany but even the affairs expediency has replaced
Actually the gentleman in queS- non-Nazis recognized not merely honour and
tion was a reporter from the Hitler’s guilt but that of Germany of the fore:
London Daily Express made UDP as a nation. and died

pediency
If the answer is that exped-

the Krupp factories

the officials had humbly admitted As for the ineffable, indestruc-
Germany's sin and we were all tible Dr. Schacht, he turned up
exchanging gratified glances. Not jn Persia, where oil has. been
totally satisfied, although much troubling the waters of the Gulf.
impressed, I said: “You say Ger- He saw the weeping, w Mossa~

hanged, Downstairs in the foyer
of Castle Harben the duty ser-
seant had posted up the adver-
‘can, film at the local opera house,

it and went for a walk in ; ‘ without won so splendid a reputation as
the moonlight During the walk hesitation, and certainly with no Finance-Doctor-in-Chief to the
I saw something lying in the road. 8â„¢biguity the Burgomeister Pyehrer, Have you any worries

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By NEWELL ROGERS.
NEW YORK.
FOR five minutes the atmosphere in the

White House office of President Truman was
like an ice-box when Mr. Truman formally
received the credentials of Soviet Ambassa-
dor Georgi Nikolaevitch Zarubin, 52-year-
old ex-Ambassador in London.

Coldly and correctly the two men ad-
“Your Excellency.”

Coldly and correctly they uttered assurances
that their peoples had only friendship in

their hearts for each other.
Then Zarubin stumped back to the Rus-
sian Embassy, which almost no one enters

ployees could remember that far-off time—
really only ten years ago—when the then

Soviet Ambassador, Maxim Litvinov, was i

warmly welcomed guest in the office ot
President Roosevelt.
* * oa

NEW YORK will see Chaplin’s “Lime.

light” just one week after London. It wili
open on October 23 at two theatres—the

MICKEY SPILLANE, tough writer of the
tofhest and most popular detective stories
in America, hobnobs with private detectives
to get colour for his tough, tarnished private

gangsters the locals sometimes hire private
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{it was an Iron Cross + ig Seger ea sear canine a about the Canadian at nm * * * TERRY TOWELLING
attached, A fitting finis' a day , Doctor from Nuremberg ab ‘i . . :
wre . nie’, eee jand night of sardonic horror, could be committed than to lose your service, THERE is such a glut of American whisky regen
usiness and which if passed through the One does not need the per- 8 war? If * oer eee that “ ‘There are lots of decent, honest,] that four-year-old liquor is selling as low as at $6.
Legislature will give. the Secretary o! | ception of a Shakespeare nor the !t was our intention to shoot a 3

State for the Colonies absolute power over

that yesterday € ” a it irely rij that the ke istillers
Barbados’ economic life? jtoday and that today is the parent ceived | the utmost co-operation Wantern world ots Foon. the Wholesale, . Most. US. igh ss hard : ini
* | of tomorrow, As it was in the be~ from the officials. pressed for cash. Many whisky drinkers Rainbow Striping
At Bogota in 1948 the Venezuelan repre- j inning is now and ever shall But having been entertained by door of partnership to poo will not buy thei oduct b in 46” wide
sitive clal ds Ghianae Trintdid A the occupying British in Herr §8 #180 right, though deplorable, y their product because taxes

Curacao, Aruba and Bonaire for his coun-
try. Would Ministerial status for Barba-
dos help this island to defend itself against

such claims if Barbados is included in any | cace. Goering took it with a bow there ke gigantic painting, ia . Soames invitation to aggres-| reports the Government. New York City nc BEDSPREADS.
: : Y - 5 as e dea 0 .
subsequent demands from Latin Ameri- fpacanss ‘ne -_ a seer eee, at Westminster, with life ce But unless we can develop inj !0nger has a labour surplus. Reasons: More (70 x 80)

can nationalists?
| “Post-war sentimentalism” writes a war-
time Prime Minister of the Netherlands in

rn " B collapsed. Kaltenbruner of the Were two fountains, surmounted another madman — then we are * oA g eer
Se A arta nue Of the New Common- /tasve head and face merely BY the very fattest “of nudes, creating a terrible problem. Wel mwo.crerpm uU i
wealth “which nurtures the false view that I licked his heels, as if he were Never in all my travels have [I cannot and dare not wipe out the i T SUITS are the newest thing

every “nation”, has the right to “make a
mess of itself” at the cost of historical ties,
which, whatever their short-comifigs, have
been a blessing to mankind—would have it
that everything has changed overnight: that
in the space of a few years the simplest-
minded peoples of a sudden have become

ministerial responsibility when it has no

hard-working men in Germany,

Bacon to know thousand Hanoverians as a lesson men who dread and detest war,

i hy of a
philosophy is the parent of I believe that we would have re-

.* Krupp'’s huse . that we should arm the Western
Becrot “Rendeavons ain ante ‘nat gxtaae aaa? ove Germans because we cannot
ss * roa > ‘eon had been sen- tasteful to the gentleman in ques- #ford to occupy and protect them
tensed to death for crimes against tion. His house is a monument &8ainst invasion. In fact, a dis-
{civilization and crimes against of bad taste. In the great hall armed West Germany would be

ous. tendance of the figures of the various generations ‘he ordinary German a sense of
SGN gd oe NCR ag re gear gi tg ea
hen oktidus rat that had stirred up The furniture was stiff backed and Consciousness that will make the
lrooee against the Jews, almost Victorian. In the grounds there people rule, and not be led by

snswering the salute of a division seen wealth so triumphant over past as if it were something
written on a slate, Three times in

! his Gestapo murderers, The taste,

abi clegant Ribbentrop made no Eventually Herr Krupp came to living memory Germany put

}aigh of understanding for he had a also at Nuremberg but two Europe to the sword and drench-

\cisintegrated in prison until he Years after Goering and the rest ed the world in blood. That is the
was a gaping imbecile older than had been sentenced. There was, ineffaceable charge of history.

pein or death. however, no death sentence for v

‘sate a plea ant “ae ae according WE the’ tenn vied’ ee It is not fair to the victims of
5 unpleasant face w in oo

| rea no sign of any emotion °f victorious justice. German a sion nor to the



But almost Germans t'

‘ned and returned to sleep in his ooks appeared, written, I re-





one dollar 50 cents (about 10s. 8d.) a gallon

have forced the price too high. Wealthier

drinkers prefer Scotch.

UNEMPLOYMENT is falling

metal for civilian uses, more demand fon

consumer goods, and rising defence employ-
ment,

for women. Fur merchants have been hav.
ing a hard time selling fur coats. So now

they have brought out leopard-fur satchels,
a nylon tulle dvening stole with big polka
dots of mink, a transparent nightgown with
mink shoulder-straps, and a negligee with
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~ en ture.” “ re & hen de Ub toupee, Pr heoe: tence imposed. He was stripped fn. g ready rage) .W ne oe " -fox hats.
: RTS odes tainiterial status into Bar: The neh wee Dr. Schacht, an early ta ee ae and property and ‘erket whife™ the” sais i ‘ ANOTHER ALARM is sounded over Brit-
bados because it is an economic necessity |¢ ponent, of Millers who AUD Joa, th, gta prlton for, twelve ayainst ‘the tomicidal Hitler and] ish jets being away ahead of America’s
would seem to be desirable provided that { Fehres, for building up the finan- Warsaw and of Stalingrad had against the German nation whic | Says the magazine People Today: “America’s
“ministers of considerable knowledge and ' Third Reich. But in the latter lonaire’s money from him thirdly, against th e estern! Ajth h i i Wonderful col hoi i i
experience could be found to fill the posts. » sage of the war he had become is as cruel as to take the power of World ‘for failing to unite in time ough it now supplies 90 per cent. of the}" onderful colour choice of Biscuit,
\ ? | suspect of plotting against Hitler's Speech from a politician or an against the menace that was so] world’s propeller-driven airliners it may\| ‘ Foam Blue, Rose Dust, New Green,
Can found? The answer is no. é ti prop 3
) fe and was put into a concentra~ = 4 : To take away his factories ‘starkly clear. soon find itself without ket.” \ Mariner Blue and White
‘Why then should an island which is one of ltion camp, As far as appearance fs © cut off the hands of a Kreis- Today, the civilized world is without a market.
a group of British Caribbean colonies, {| wes peaaenned Sane et s oe A Cal united as mare. ators. America * * * i
; : ‘ the dock like the embodiment o' alm has cast aside her childish faita , : i —— eens
whose representatives at the coming his- j suman hatred, ; After which there came a calm, in isolation and has bravely ac- NEW YORK’S MAYOR Vincent Impellit- |
toric meeting of Commonwealth Prime | aha night, eos : a Bei rl = Rg logs for ever try. cepted her destiny, If an aggres- pe is turning 200 police out of indoor desk} | \e “gy
. i 1g idemned men went to , Uminals, Besides, the sor dreams now of putting} j ivili j
: Minar will be, te or Me. Bustamante's where they were to remain until ines - Russia was occupying humanity to the sword he will pe a Cet: Chelona ‘welll: dope sree } 1
. BRE” nelle be atau after the chadoa at (torres "Dr. Sibecht ‘went into {nd to tue shoormally'et srvee- Sng, thst Peace no longer carries| St 9G roe Tv
” oriress, * rou- i
‘ mat”, seek to grasp after the shadow of ‘()io ts But he grew fright- bled peace, The first of the Pot a ares 2 her nS -: is not killed by yet. Bob Hope

control over the substance of its economic thine Our troubles are many, and| shows a week for 35 weeks. He will be paic , #3 ay
status the door of the cell was p : " '
life? lott calor Brigadier Desmond Young is a Pim — tas - a bes by the General Foods Corporation, which SHO RT ON PRI CE

| Everyone will readily concede to Mr.
Adams a political reputation and a pre-
eminence in matters affecting trade union
and labour matters, but Mr. Adams has

cell. As a concession to his new 8ret to say, by a personal friend See.

a t mind, but an utter inabilit warns us with the cry: Achtung!
not inished with She sll star cast “thing harshly of the men tue’, Ashtuta! Watt Germany!

self, He had fought against Rom- _ There she lies in the centre of
mel and had conceived a great ad- Europe with small nations on

| Bu the sword of justice was brave ow with a keen enough

‘of eriminals at Nuremberg, Not
sontent with the Gestapo mur-
i derers and Jew baiters and pris-

is going to get more than £700,000 for six

will advertise its wares with the broadcasts

Hope’s agent says it is the biggest one
season deal in radio history.






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AMERICAN ARMY KHAKI

miration for him, And was it nota her borders which are already
fact that Rommel was shot for secret battlefields of political
having taken part in the vast plot manoeuvre.

ner-shooting generals, the four
{ coont conquering civilizing pow-
ovs—America, Britain France and





Another curious victory for radio over TV

; never yet professed to be an expert on —housewives prefer to listen to “soar

Is Germany to be-
financial or trade matters.

41” wide at $1.94 per yard
against Hitler's life? There was no come the great cocette of the

Da Costa & Co., Ltd.

:
Russia—put Hitler’s armourer in use pointing out t operas” ( ti tal .
i he dock. Was it not Krupp who Oo Desmond Continent, smiling first on the sentimental love serials) rathe:
It is no disparagement of any official in {,°¢ (ocr. ihe Big Bertha of the cone chat fh, Generals only West and then on the East) than watch them. The experts’ explanatior

the civil service of Barbados to say that
there is no one with the exception of His
Excellency the Governor (who is shortly
leaving the island on promotion) who could ,
bring to the understanding of Barbadian
needs the knowledge or experience which
coulg be provided by the leaders of Bar-

Shvigus that Necbeone cubeke — demanding a greater price for her

' irst world war which, at a re-
win the war. I myself would have

merkable ae rg be
send a heavy shell over Paris more respect for a gen

hat killed forty or fifty worship- plotted against the sGoheee me
ners on a Sunday morning in the tide of victory was running at
courch? But that was nothing to {ts fullest strength.

why Krupp would ultimately do However, the book had a big
: lider. Employing slave la- sale and it made out such a case
vbour from conquered European for this chivalrous commander of

—the housewives can identify themselve:
less readily with the sweethearts when they
see the characters.
* * ok
THE American Press is diving into the
intricacies of the Coronation. With a col-



because we have had to take that}
risk.



Our battle of peace is to win
the gifted, hard working, honest
but docile German to an equal

states, and regardless of the the Desert that Hollywood took it citizenship with the West. And/ oured picture of the Qu i q
badian commerce. eavy mortality among them, Up; and we had a film of James by equal citizenship I mean not] |. P lit Q een on its cover
‘ ‘ \ ‘ sustained the assassin Mason doing a Rommel on us that only a common status but’a com- mopolitan magazine prints a_ six-page {}}}

It is quite certain that if the proposals Hitler in every fiendish device of Would not have disgraced Dr,

mon responsibility towards civili-] section with more colour pic
‘estruction that he demanded, Buchman himself, zation itself, But what chance} Guards Beef ‘ 4 E tures of Horse
Nor was that the only service this R.A. F. men in occupied Ger- have we to make them change re eaters, an oronation robes
reat armament dynes cia for the many m4 teen « the Luft. their outlook if our writers extol] entitled “How a Queen is Crowned.” It}
j Fuehrer, He gave Hitler money Walle an ey discussed together the Germa enerals of the last - « }
‘y build up the Nazi Party. the Battle of Britain as though it war, if we Gadieer fiore Krupp} *ys The labour of thousands of loyal}}}
Britons will bring history to life on the}}
Queen’s great day.”
*

for ministerial status become effective the
conduct of Barbadian economy will be
more and more handed over to the Secre-
tary of State for the Colonies, unless the
Prime Minister appoints a representative

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“rupp

Thus was Alfred Krupp guilty had been a rather dangerous but i lood-soaked millions
.f assisting Adolf Hitler before as sparting game, The Luftwaffe and if bind setter Dr. Schacht as an
well as during the war. which had strafed defenceless: economic adviser?

of the Chamber of Commerce to direct its European cities and murdered
Krupp Imprisoned fi oe
The victorious allies, filled with eeing civilians on the roads! The There are two Germanys—the

activities. But if political responsibility Th Orie i Luftwaffe which had tried to Germany of Bismarck, the Kaiser
goes ill with financial dependence there is tee oa’ Betas ti Poe beeek Pesteac’s spirit by killing and Hitler, and the Germany of

, op Herr r ‘ t old civilians in London! ... Yet w Goethe, Wagner and Luther. That
no doubt that the present system by which \ | jat he could wait there until he deny the camaraderie of the wry is the choice, the clear inescapable
responsibility for the government of Bar-

ea bgp ee gone = arta th _ een Dr. Schacht was choice, and ve of the Western
; justice was he by hands at getting busy again, Had he not ld ithe, ficanc
bados is shared by the Governor, the vould not rest until the guilty of made Hitler's Germany strong or. ac apenas = ances

* .
TAXES cost an average of £147 a year for
every man, woman, and child in America.
AT the end of “Porgy,” a Negro musical
with wonderful Gershwin tunes, Porgy of
Catfishrow leaves for New York to see his

Produce ef















political party with a majority, and the j°very degree should pay the and thus enabled him to make our responsibility, Bess. She ran away with Sportin’ Life. She
Secretariat, is in need of urgent overhaul, ‘''°"°!Y of ‘helt erimes, war? There was a place for him in ACHTUNG! ACHTUNG! thought Porgy didn’t love her any more. New Zealand Powd
Not even in the House of Assembly is there fue In New York recently Porgy (actor Pe Rea
any training for responsibility by a Our Read. rs Say: Yours truly, William Warfield) and Bess (Leontyne frase Milk Powder Specials
practice at question time of the members ° PEARL GIBBONS, Price) wert married in a Harlem church. Anchor Evap. Milk i

; President. Anchor Cheese (Cheddar)

Tate and Lyle’s Super

They are the stars of the all-Negro cast Fine Baking Sugar—

DOREEN WARD,
headed for the Berlin Drama Festival. After

Poppy Day Secretary.

Thanks 5-Ib. Tins, }-Ib. Pkges.
0 the Editor, The Advocate

mediately to the questions asked by private Corned Beef

To the Editor, the Advocate, 2-Ib. Pkg.—56c, each



members. Nothing brings to light more SIP, Remembrance’ Sunday SIR,—The Committee and Mem- Divorce A Destroyer Berlin they open in London. = eee eae wi Oe
7 : ailing this year on November 9th bers of the Y.W.C.A. beg through To The Editor, The Advocate, Heverages . 5
than question time in the House of Com- vill all Organizers of districts this medium to express their ap- _SIR,—I do not at all agree with The wedding toast was given by smooth- Coft wien to Tins21.34 per tin
mons the qualities and ability of ministers ‘od Sellers of Poppies please note preciation and grateful thanks, ‘Sunshine’ and his or her version Pure ee

4 ag pa e .
than their method of answering questions hat Poppy Day is Friday, Novem- first to Lady Savage our Patroness of what a woman should be after talking Sportin’ Life—in real life band lead- Chase & Sanborne



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er 7th. for so graciously Broadcasting marriage. Some wonien have easy) er Cab Calloway. Maxwell House erect ne eee eae

and the more difficult suppl i eek ‘ . Tag ; lives and helpful partners, but f ; Lipton’s Dept

hich aitéated pplementaries Poppies and tins ete, will be ae TAS Ee ae ia ones it is the opposite, how can The State Department is sponsoring the Ceylon Tea Meat pt.
which are allow ess cady tor Giststakion at — lic for their generous response, charm be retained? Can you pic-| tour. It is ta show Europe that Negroes do ed Rose Fresh’ Fruit
| It may be elementary to insist that k as usual; To ul e ~count’Y and thirdly to all those persons ture a woman with an aching have-o rtuniti in & ; Choyce Tips Fresh Vegetables
practise makes perfect but so far the mem- ae a 0 ee ~— a who assisted individually in this back and burdened gown with an gy in America. ial bara _ Frozen Fruit

; 53 nan Oe 4 he “ort. irate huskand, looking youthfu BRI ot an average of 88 meat yphoo Tips Frozen Vegetables

bers of the Executive Committee have had Thanks to the kindness of the g geo of oan ‘

S and feeling romantic?

Management of the Marine Hotel ‘The Proceeds realized as a re- The happy married couple will
the Annual Poppy Dance will be sult of this effort amounted not look for romance, but will
held there on Saturday, November to $578.30 journey through life together as

last year, campared with 138lb for Ameri-

cans, says the U.S. Agriculture Department

little practice at accepting the responsi-
bility which question-time demands in ;

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parliamentary debating chamber and if | 22nd. ¥ Gg. Less Expenses of Tags .. 15.00 partners and co-workers in mak- The aa tae meat-eaters od Uru- Guibas Bea een
ae : : ; : ours truly, - ing the world a safe place to live} guayans with a 235lb. average. The Ameri- emon. Creams
ministerial status is ultimate'y adopted in DOROTHY C. HUTSON, Pitonas $563.30 in, nee : we an Aerated ” a ; arg a ites Creams
Barbados the experience gained at ques- Hon, Sec, Divorce is a destroyer. eee nee ale SR Sere ee ewe ee Nuts chicas Chesaiows
tion time will have been valuable B'dos Branch Poppy League We remain, READER time in the last seven years i
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1952

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE



@ From Page 3. Society, it was a trust, and even

without the trustees, it would be ————— $$$ —

there wus no positive evidence a beneficial] trust in

today in the Society, but they the beneficiaries. ; e

were the owners who existed when The question was, could a vol- r . yr

Colleton was bought, when Four untary association hold land, and 4 iser e u 7s

Hills — bought, and when the the answer was “no.” But the

other plantations were bought. A. trustees could hold on their be- Mr. F. C. Catchpole, Labour ployers and workers in Antigiia in the two islands.

iene as it wes, ascerteinelite who —. He said that although the Adviser to the Comptroller for during 1952, had enabled a full A ae ane giving practical

= a e to the fund at oe Barbadian . Progressive Development and Welfare, re- sugar cane crop to be reaped and. theoretical training to ap-
me, the trust was a valid lety was used, it did not mean turned to Barbados on Sunday which had given a total of 33,000 prentices is being erected in St.

trust. every member of the society, but i . the ” : ' '
The cases; hic.edid,-were niurnies all those Who. oxiated at tite ‘tine by B.W.1.A. from Antigua after tons of sugar, a record for th® Kitts’ he said and added that

7 : spending four weeks in the Lee- island.

ous on the law relating to that the money was provided and the ward Islands.end Santo Domingo. He visited various factories in with the actual building.
Dee WE ee ae certainty estates bought — the people Who “ie told the Advocste yester- both territories and found that
frust was invalid or the gift the Did Not Mattes’ day ‘that the visits to St. Kitts increasing facilities were being Mr. Catchpole said that he was
society, was void. But if there It did not matter if you called *P4 Antigua were of a routine provided for the welfare of the unable to comment on the dis-
were definite, ascertainable own- it the edian Crome character. While there, he had workers. Among the points dis- cussions of the delegation sent
ers, they were in a definite ascer- Society or anything else: if the discussions with the Labour cussed had been that of advising to Santo Domingo to investigate
tainable class, and then the trust evidence showed es money mmissioner of each island on and assisting boys and girls in the _ possibilities of recruiting
was valid. was forwarded by a specific class CUrrent labour questions. connection with employment West Indian workers there, as an

In the case before the Court, it of members — those who sub- Mr. Catchpole said that the when they left school. That mat- important issue had not yet been
was a definite class of the people scribed to the loan fund — it improved relations between em- ter was already being considered cleared.
of the society, those who contrib- could not be argued on the \e
— to the —_ —e, wanes grounds f uncertainty or perpet- — —_— zs oe
money was us Oo purchase the uity, that it was not a trust.
estates, and he was therefore sub- Mr. Adams Set references shh aes Sat eee

mitting that the trusts were valid. coop the Minute Book to show and with whose money the plan Unique Areade
See that reports were mad tric ;
As Individuals gociety regarding the catene wer} tations were bought by the plain-
Not Bank

r. Adams Completed His Argument





favour of





VILLO NOVA
ROAD WIDENED

the esta fro tim tiffs and defendants as joint
The case had reached the stage and aie that the pe Be dP 2) owners, could not be beneticial



ae the plaintiffs sued as indi- of a Receiver was out of the °Wners, but could only have a Vork which was being carried
. oe 7 Ses ut 2s rysiee oD be- question because the plaintiffs — on the estates. out on the widening of the road
¥ ; y of members. were “not properly” before the e@ submitted that on the evi- ' i anneared at Villo Nova Corner has been
His Lordship pointed out that Court. dence there could not be less bi pemteedete een py ao completed.
they could not do that, becatse it ‘the euiiailh _ al

z He submitted that the declar- certainty as to who the peopie the d ishi yg Villo Nova Corner is the junc-
om Sank, laid ore genet a ation asked for by the plaintiffs were that contributed to the loan Bank . pre ne ae of three roads—to Claybury,
certain members at cnacehalt of “that the trust be nullified” be fund, because on the one hand (Unique Arcade) building next-Wakefield and Venture: A sign

cestul qué not made, since in a Court of Seales said it came from their to Barclays Bank is almost com- Bas been erected forbidding

veestil "4 oe ee ee equity it would be unequitable Joan ‘funds, while on the other pletely demolished.” A portion of entry to Venture, direct from
“cestul- que trust.” . ti anew Site tae r hand the plaintiff Carrington said the new Barclays Bank will Wakefield.
He said he did not see how the attention to the fact that it came from funds collected by occupy this site. FOOD SHORTAGE

certain appréntices were helping

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WHEN CONSTRUCTING
OR REPAIRING A
BUILDING








Vegetables Do
Not Pay Peasants




Peasants sometimes wonder
whieh would be more profitable,
the planting of cane every year,
or the occasional planting of pro-
visions such as potatoes, yams,
eddoes, etc., but few ever plant
provisions,

A peasant told an Advocate re-
porter yesterday that when he
plants provisions, he _ realises
nothing tangible, but when he
plants a field of canes, he is sup-
posed to get a lump sum of money
when they are reaped.

He said, “These are days when,
what with tractors and othe
mechanisms, a labourer can sel-
dom get more than two days work
a week out of crop season, and if
he has an acre of land and h
plents it in potatoes, the day wil!
come when hunger will oblige hir
to dig the potatoes when only hal)
grown, He will dig until all are
gone, The same thing would hap
pen to other provisions he migh
plant during that year and he
would not get a cent for himsel?

“When the rainy season comes
and his house wants shingling, he
would be unable to shingle it. If
he planted canes, he would be
able to repair his house.”

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plaintiffs. could come as trustees
because each plaintiff and the
defendants in each of the series
of actions were trustees and they
were also contributors to the
fund, and therefore “cestui que
trusts” in each instance. There-
fore how could one trustee who
was also a “cestui que trust” sue

other trustees who were also
“cestui que trusts”.
Not Anyhow

Mr. Adams argued that in the
ease before the Court they could
not come before the court any
how. The beneficiaries should
have come before the Court. He
thought the case would be very
simple as long as_ his learned
friend insisted that the plaintiffs
came before the Court as indiv~
iduals against the defendants as
individuals. They have said that
the money was handed to them
on behalf of the Barbadian Pro-
gressive Society and it was their
money and not the plaintiffs or
the defendants. How therefore
could they say those things and
at the same time ask the Court
to give a verdict that might have
the effect of their being sole
owners in equity.

In a Court of
Adams said, one had only to
study the proposition of
plaintiffs to see that it could not
be maintained.

He argued that the money was
not given on loan to the people
making the purchase, but was
given to make a purchase, and if
they said it was given by the

EDUCATION NOTES:

equity, Mr.





I propose to-day to conclude my
comments on the Richmond
Schools and to prove to the gen-
eral public including Mr. W. H.
Carter that I am neither harsh nor
unjust in my criticism of the
handling of these institutions.

It has been drawn to my atten-
tion that people are still asking
when they fail to secure entry for
their children at other schools,
whether they can get them into
the Richmond Secondary Schools.
This is exactly what I anticipated
would happen if the public were
not told the truth about these
schools, They are not secondary
in the sense in which Barbados
accepted Combermere or the St.
Michael's Girls’ Sehools, They
are still elementary schools offer-
ing education at the stage between
11 and 14 years,

It now appears to me that the
Director intended this impression
because in the first place he did
nothing to prevent it despite
warnings in this column that it
might happen, and secondly since
the miscarriage of the appoint-
ments the people offered the head-
ships have all beén members of
the staff of accepted secondary
schools,

One incident has come to prove
to any doubter now that the
schools are Elementary Schools

















A

BED
IS THE

BEST

ie Eo sasccoiees foveviyeee

declaration of trust was made in
the name of the Barbadian Pro-
gressive Society, and His Lord-
ship asked Counsel to elycidate
on that point.

He asked him to suppose that
the declaration of trust was nul-
lified, (which he thought it was)
the parties who bought the prop-
erty having admitted that they
acted as agents for the purchase,
not with their money, but with
money contributed by people who
contributed to the loan fund,
could the Court therefore, in
view of the evidence, regardless
of any declaration of trust, hold
that the plaintiffs were the own-
ers out and out?

Never Asked That

Mr, Reece said that they had
never asked that, but they were
asking that the people who con-
tributed to the money through
the loan fund should take it
back, having a lien or charge on
the estates. He argued that the

his society from dances, rallies

etc, but not out of their regular DUE TODAY : The residents of St, Andrew l ms Blees:
r The SS. Canadian Cruiser is *'¢ still experiencing a food ing Gums, Sore Mouth a
Did Not Agree due to arrive in port at midday ‘ortage.

. Very little rice can _ be Kare, Byorrhen. ranch. 3
to-day. The vessel will leave later perhape some

He said he did not agree with for St. Vincent, Grenada, Trini- obtained, and no sweet potatoes
the proposition of law Dicemisttond dad and British Guiana. The Were obtained for many weeks,
by Mr. Adams as to the nature Canadian Cruiser is consigned to Sea eggs are in a short supply.
of a voluntary trust which was @4rdiner Austin & Co, Ltd. LECTURE ON “THE FLY”
held to be valid. The funda- ,OADS LIME: = 2 2 —— Sere anreteresen



mental principle was that no ——— A large number of persons OF money bavi
person could be a beneficial The schooner Marion Belle Were present at the Belfast Social Best temn Sour oheraune’ Nodes
owner unless that-person was Wolfe was yesterday loading a Club on Sunday night last; and Rgroseantes wrotects you

capable of holding land, and he quantity of lime, Most of the lime listened attentively to Mr, Earn-
was submitting that the Society is being shipped by Manning & est Grant while he lectured on
was incapable of holding land. © Co. Ltd. The Marion Belle Wolfe ‘The Fly”. Mr. Grant explained,

Mr. Reece argued that the per- was a week end arrival from the dangers of the “Fly” and the SR x

sons who bought the estates were British Guiana. diseases it is constantly carrying. a
The Biggest and Best

given the mon in a fiduciar
position, and ae with heey “EMELINE” LEAVES : SHEEP SLAIN Assortment of
CHRISTMAS CARDS

belonging to them used it in The ill fat sane ~ Parts of a she fer scOV
f s -fated schooner Emeti Parts of a sheep were discov-
buying the estates. The legal which lost its Captain ned ite inst ered at different spots in
can be obtained from: "
WEATHERHEAD’S ¢



ownership was therefore in the yo Vaughan’s d , Horse Hill
n age to Barbados, left port over Vaughan’s area, near Horse Hi

plaintiffs and the other names the week-end for British Guiana. St. Joseph on’ Sunday evening
appearing on the conveyances. It now has a new captain and an Jast. The head and skin were
The beneficial owners were not almost new crew. The crew of the found at one spot and the intes-

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persons who made the purchases its unsuccessful trip tines at another, The sheep was
were only bailees of the money, money, but they had a lien on left the vessel on its arrival here Owned by Clement Forde of
and the mere fact that they in- the estates, and it was possible and for some time it was await- Horse Hill, St. Joseph, and was
vested the money in property to trace their money and get it ing a crew to sail again. last seen. alive on Sunday about
against the advice of their solic- back. midday tied near Forde’s home.
ftors, thereby doing something He suggested as a solution that ONE ARRIVAL : Signs of a butcher’s knife were
which was not allowable by law the estates be sold and the money With only ween seen on the parts of the sheep
in Barbados, made the trust in- paid to the respective people who ‘ ith on y one art ival, the water- that were found.
valid, and they became the legal contributed money to the Joan The 1 was very dull yesterday,
owners, having bought in thew fund. ‘Marea Henriette” from Of tonta
name. : Mr. Reece read at length a under Captain B. Selby with gen.
He submitted that there could number of cases in support of his eral cargo for the island. The
be no trust at all, whether by the contention, and on resumption Careenage which for the past week
Barbadian Progressive Society or to-day, will continue to address was somewhat. overcrowded yes- Di
the people who put up the His Lordship the Vice-Chan- terday berthed only five schooners 1eés
money. cellor. and two motor vessels.
(From Our Own Correspondent)

GRENADA, Oct, 11.
Edgar De Jardine



Of these schooners, only the
crews of the “Franklyn D. R.” and
the “Zita Wonita” were engagea . Pr-
dn any kind of work, as they saw Sween,
after the discharging of the last Officer died this afternoon at his
remnants of their cargo of fire~ St. Andrews home after an illness
wood and charcoal.

the deceased was highly respect-

Launches, too, were idle and ed in the community. His Ameri-

and that is that the two advertise- been appointed Inspector and they remained tied up in their ean-born wife pre-deceased him
ments calling for a headmaster as she is ngt available at the mo- usual berths. There was no sigM about a year ago.
for the Boys’ School and the most ment, Mr. Cuffley from the Bay of work in any of the warehouses, ;
recent calling for a headmistress Street Boys’ is acting Inspector which usually bustle with activity
for the Girls’ School are directed Now Mr. Jarvis who had been at on the arrival of a steamship. |
to teachers of the Elementary Harrison College and booted the Despite the absence of steamships, |
Shools. So now this grabbing at inspectorship out of his way and the warehouse hands were still!
teachers from the Secondary gone to Lodge School leaves an- hanging around in the hope of|
Schools is likely to come to an other vacancy and I understand “something turning up”, and while!
end, I hope that I am not being that Mr, Arthur Jordan another they waited for the unexpected
too sanguine because it has been schoolmaster from St. George will to happen, they played their fav-
proned in pocene re. oe eng act as Inspector for the first time. ourite games of dominoes and
thing can happen to education in : draughts.
Barbados. Soroewhere behind the I have nothing against these
scenes, there are the hands of acting appointments, In fact they RepaIRS TO KEEL.
the spoilers whq are working square well with the suggestions
effectively to upset the education [ have been making in this Col- The schooner “Burma D.” which
system of this island and it seems umn from time to time. But if arrived in port over the last week~
that neither the Department of these men can carry out the du- end, is at present in the inner ;
Education nor I can put a hand ties, and so many of them at one Careenage where repairs to its J





LOUIS L, BAYLEY
Bolton Lane







on the offender, time, to the satisfaction of the De~ keel are being carried out. The, bow lumbago,
partment of Education, why is it crew of the schooner were seen and the a inact
It is strange to me to find that necessary to go-to the Secondary at work yesterday eagerly scrap. a ee Urinary
there was so great a need for the Schools for Inspectors when va~ jing and refitting the keel for its ection, can Saar
immediate services of Inspectors cancies occur. It is only fair to pjext trip. Si uolioe ‘tafeguiard
of Schools (to such an extent that them if they can do the work that your hate by ‘enashiarie
teachers from various Secondary when the posts are vacant they REPAIRS : acid and harmful wastes out of the
Schools were pressed into service) should be appointed. But the ~—_* system. When kidney action is
and within a few weeks the actual Teachers’ Association of which Mr. © Repairs are also being carried inadequate and to filter the

handling of the matter has given Jordan is President is a sleep- out to the schooner Mandalay II
a direct contradiction to the theo- ing partner in this education busi- at its berth in the Careenage. fort result.
ries advanced. Mr. Millar has ness. Until it is awakened from Yesterday carpenters were at work Soguede

been seconded (not appointed) its lethargy or until the parents Of gypporting the bottom of the inain
for duty as Acting headmaster of the children who are being pre- mast and carrying out general
the Richmond Boys’ School and vented from getting the best edu- 4)|-round repairs. Meanwhile, the

Mr. Spencer a Schoolmaster fom eation ay ie do something crew folded the sails of the vessel, | , tell how good Doan’s are,
: ip is acting Inspector. ss about it, all is lost, which were put out for sunning deh yo !
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TELEPHONE 2508 | REAL ESTATE jet ive feon the Gxt Cambridp Ti psagiuadaitandadieec india
snipe iaupattemeli tends penereationerllpentiteeenigesiectiaiietciaei pr arattenAeRA SNA ——— noreeeaataneaie | Shoals ~ Bxaminatio Engiand, | Sealed Tenders are invited ‘or the conveyance of mails. are, SS,
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DIED FORK SALE same Haak, Cates “Arch ile” Clap: PASSES AT ALTERNATIVE ORDINARY | gers and cargo weekly by auxiliary vessel of not less tean 50 tons} The M.V. “CARIBBEE” will
e water and Electricity installed for! yw 4 pynigs LEVEL ‘between Grenada and Carriaco.: with an extended trip to Union T0- DAY'S NEWS FLASH f cccept Cargo and Passengers for
le parmenters DbOis Se ee M. E. KING; on | Island once a fortnight, and an acditional fortnightly trip to Carriacou. P BS Seeenien, ot ees ond Pemen:
PATEERSON—On 191m Gctober. 1052, st AUTOMOTIVE AUCTION Fig SEEM: tn Latin | Auxiliary vessel should . ox RARER RS B Nev cy jor st. Lucia, Sailing
Palm Beach, St. James, Helen Maude PASSES AT ORDINARY Lever uxiliary vesse: ould be fitted with a lavatory and equipped with «ers only for
% . ; ve he -—---- a eennmemanrmmrnamnnincmenenca, | 3 “ ; i Stes CANASTA Saturday 1ith inst
Ho geal Punerat wilt eave ber CAR-—Eevbsr 6. Like new only dime | EMRORGEAT TuUai ne pee un ene in English Longuage j adequate seating accommodatior for passengers and boats and life TABLE TENNIS yy Satu
for the Westbury Cemetery where [000 miles, “Phone 4496 or 4112 and MORRIS SALOON 10 h.p. 196] and French istory, Geography j belts for crew and passengers. 4 } The M.V. “MONBKA" will ae-
2 -” 14.10,52--8n | Mode! We are instructed to sell both RK. A. ARCHE “" 2 a J. 4 vi Passengers for
ers ens tet Deane pe ee —ngion nang {teen ‘amiaged Vehicles by Austion -aviiiailieh sean sieenetish Language, » 2, All personnel travelling on official business and plant ma- CHINESE CHECKERS Dee ee” Antigua, Montserrat,
; oF "4.10.53 1n | CAR- 1949 Hillman Minx. New|the Courtesy Garage on Friday 1th! P. ¥. L BANNISTER, 7 Englie oh Lan terial, livestock, etc., transporte:! for Government purposes will be SNAKES & LADDERS X Nevis and St. Kitts, and Passen-
Bt Jonn goog 95-éat- oe? Tr oNuCt {ONEERS JOHN M BLADO Eaphy, Prencn, Literature, History, Gees. | conveyed free of charge. Suitable space must also be reserved below LUDO —_ Brides Tin tet. a oe
ba = / 2 07 , c : a ON | rai a a y :
— 1¢:10,60-—tn |a: GO Plantations Buildings plese tees, liveemen: h, Blem, Maths. and Gen. | decks for the carriage of ice ship»ed to Carriacou by the Government | {ff MONOPOLY ete., etc., 4
THANKS “Ggnlbae tb For’ Consul” Apa shee BAPTISTE, in English Literature | ice contyactor—sueh ice to be transported free up to @ minimum of are x BW an =
ot ____,_____rn- 1 OY, EB. W. Storey Phone 4002 or OMce YA BARNWELL, in 1) tons. ) ASBOCIATIO a
68 14.10. 6% —t.f English Lite: a- p ) Censiguee, Tele. No, 4047
Ce ee Eat ainigip atic sci “| Under the Hiamond Hammer }‘“;" aa : 3. The contract will be for te period of one year from Ist Junu- JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
letters, cards; wre: i CAR -- Triumph wer; Ladies . J : m Geography ls
extended their cane Seema “the Model; 1,700 miles. $2;200, Dial 3355 I have been instructed to sell by public - s SEs aren and Frenci:, | @TY, to 31st December, 1953. r }
sad bereavement of Isabelle Ru h 4. 10, 52-Sn. auction gn Tusesity next 14th October at | History, Geography oa aa Literate * 4. Tenders should state the amount of subsidy required, and the |
im povenpphtanpiemnattsaaeenetseseneat ~- = oelock on the beach at the back of , p
aise Cynthia Callender, Mrs Mau « CAR—One Packard & Recently ‘over- Capt. ‘Fergusson's house, Fontabelle one é x. Caboose ene ior Piieoss. LSomnnge af the veratl to he eee They should be addressed to th: |
; a Irene Lovell: v5 pecs ava in fe gondition eee <0) &t long oat with beam 10 ft. 6 ins Rngliahs cee Heath Lanmuaye Government Secretary, Governn ent Office, Grenada, and distinctly
: “ wath . r . . + :
oan ae am snl havent; [SL nee E. liver i eee ce cette eee sabes wots sane Gen. Setence marked “Tenders for conveyai.e of Mails, Passengers and Cargs ame esa
and Clement Lane sn ieee remem tne towing es Langtinge, English Literatire. jrogié> | Grenada—Cariacou,” 7
10.52 ord Pref © on OTT, Gea Liston
600 Or GAMnMIE’ “Phuiewe’ a0v8 Ties taness ~ raphy eee Nee | 5. Tenders will be closed at 4 pan. on Friday, 3ist October, 196 { —
ii pliniteleeaetaadn 12.10.52—4n 11.10.5230. uaue, English Literature, etaea 4 6. Government does not bin 4 itself to accept the lowest or any | \ ASHIP COMPANY rr
sie ediaesiadi Rained Lihat iaitiestiieaienainieniealinal a | .
FOR WRENS cations Ghrysier (windige, |__| "7" amxe, in mnglish Language ana | ‘°° \ 17 VUE onda ic
. nm perfed . f
: { Fula, atv anametie, Goste ie, PANE ly eg) Pay WOTICE? Sse i of in English Lang ».! Go Eby Toren iden liege cam gD i 2. ye i
— s 77 . eh hs * uage, 1 - a
a ce "myamey Kinch, or” mous | OA [Evin Liferntie, Histay." Geomaphy, Government Secretary, Governm nt Office, St. George's, Grenada. | w CANADIAN SERVICE rorrvicnry)
HOUSES | Courtesy Garage, 1.10, 62-—12) G ep. stignce and Art Government Office, ‘
nnn eas nL OS A ANIEL, in Geograph IT
maperrametineteratenie ¥, Eim G d or ALCOA ALCOA
FLA’ sh « ELECTRICAL NOTICE | Maths. and Gen. Scie arenada, -CUTHBOUND
SRaEUTET Sx Renata eine Seb eis tee THE BAMBADOS MUTUAL LApE | HE DEANE, i Enuiis h Literature. | 3rd October, 1952. | TRYA PURITAN KIM PARTNER
und and pleacant surroundings, exe FRIGIDAIRE—English Fjectric Prigi- RAN SOCIE’ ‘i JJEAR, i Goography } Oct
«lent senbathing. Gas, electricity « daire $510.00 practically new. Phone LOST POLICY |, BP. B. FITZPATRICK, in English Liters. | Ms 10.52—3n = on ia Set * Nov 11 Nov
delephene. Apply Mareso! Beach 1M" Be? 12,10.62-—In THOMAS ARTHUR EDWARD TIBRIT |. | ture. History, Geography, Freneh apd’ ae ——-- -- - —- = — ——- i. Oct 20 Oct 19 Nov 23 Nov
Phone 8406 10.10.52 - - ing made on ee Poli Gen 7 wees In “Touch With Barbados . 2 . 4
2. 17,09 on his life has nm lost, n » "LEMING, in English Literature | | 5 . , 29 Canad.
HOUSE for Rent situated betwer MECHANICAL buving made application to the Directo nd Histery ~ } Coastal Station NORTHROUND: SOON, tee Barbados for” pansengers ‘anada
s Hill, Nr. S. G. Ingram anc ~~~ Ito grant a duplicate of the same G. P. FORDE, in Pnglish Language SOLUTION TO SUNDAY’S corn te: ‘Da COSTA & CO., LTD.; Phone 2122.
Land, water on premiacs mpi OLAVETTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avai'- NOTICE is hereby given that unl. Engel: Literature, History and French Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Lid. advice For further information apply: ” ~~ ;
to Mire Rosina Forde, g Pee able poe in various carriege| ony opjeetion is raised within one mori M. ¥ PORDE, in Latin and Elen eben 4 oo ar fommtumicate with she Quiz
14.10. ». | widths as sm of the date hereof the duplicate po! Math 2 e shi rou their Barbados SERVI
F eC ls aod 00 asked for will be issued. Y. A. Le GIBBS, in Pnglish Languag np st Station:— YORK cE
RIPLEY-ON-SEA— Maxwell Const, tw« 1977 — $293.00 By Order ) English Literaiure, Listory, Geography ; - S$. Verybad, s.s. Jotunfjell, s.s QODDARD
bungalow, Phone; Pridge; fully 18/7 — $325.00 Cc. K. BROWNE, | 4nd Elm. Math “orona, 8.8. Orione, 6.8. British Resolu~ EVERY FOUR WEEKS)
y 4 ‘ P s Ye ye hy et Sn : tion, 8.8. Neaero; s.s. Highland fF ee TKINSON (
furnished, from loth October, 1952. Din! | Enquiries to S. P. Musson, Son me Secretary \. GODDAXD, in English Language,) 99.’ Alexandros, ss) Jule ee anes: ALCOA A A A
4042, 14.10,52—1" | Ltd, Dial 3713. 0.9.62—t.2.n, | 20th Sept._1088. cee eet ee ena Geoxraphy and Eten. | Fi” 8.8 Doleres; oh. Fort st, tints: TOLLMEYER PEGASUS STEAMER STEAMER STEAMER
. . e 3 s rakog; s.s. Alcow Corsair: ¢
SCAPELI--Fully furnished, situate mene NOTICE Maths Young SS nets Percy Cree amp Oe te ae Ke . M. k. ‘i bs erica; s.s. Calliroy; s.s. Ewe Look out for tomorrow's NORFOLK 3 Oct.
Se Se ee POULTRY PrIMaw’s SBOBEMARB INbeTUTY | pA de ZOUMSON. 1 toylon Lepmuows | Rotorunn: s.0" Mormacten! We Quis c= sae Soe | Bee
4 — ‘Gc ; F , 7212.8. anter; 8.5. Rosario; s.s. Pa , Feb
ford & No in Meh Sirect, Bridgs. | CANARIES—Young Cocks and Hens — pplieations from, “Theo and Speed ORY SUING iw French and Elem. | §:%. Sarpedon; s.s. Enterprise; s a aloes x 12 Oct. 12 Dee. 7 Jan. 4 :
eas ee: 1h ie Ber an zoaking room for 4 swoek. Apply | Candidates will be mesived by the unde | x: Sri he eM. | Runner; 5.8. Melrose; #.s. Hornblower
towa, evens ydney Kinch, eme Hall Terrace. | signed for the examinations "i; MM. KING, in Knglish Language.|$ Goan as acl Beara oreer renee: Sani rernreotanianinntnrerednicn tie
HOUSES fully furnishea | Phone 8276. 19-99. 6e-yink 9 p Saturday, 20th Oc! english Literature, History and Geography | é
in St. Lawrence Gap. Apply ext dovi Sis * y ae Cc. ©. KNIGHT, in nglish Language,
“Hollywood!” Mrs. 1. Lynch for Key: eee — Tiewlere one een in. |e, eee ee English Literature, History, French and (FORTNIGHTLY)
a 40, . ST. CLAUS Re, | M. C, KNIGHT, in Physics and ? SOUTHBOUND ARCHAN- A :
: eve oes eweainl Berapetire gow) Po. 200. | Chemistry. PF . so o itha iu % GELOS STEAMER srRAMER ommanth
, & Ni Prev seme one ms wn ; ; . acer AE I TT
WANTED iD 9.10.52—t.f.n. Me ieitaeso |) CS: LAYNE, in English Language, ye wi ut a@ e, ©| i New ORLEANS 9 Oct 23 Oct 6 Nov 20 Nov
—— LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE eee AMY in English La “| @ Mose 11 Oct. 23 Oct 8 Nov = Fov
’ n lis! nguage, "> rc Nov a Nov.
“9 MISCELLANEOUS LIQUOR LICENSE Ni Ee English Literature, History, Geograph: > JAMAICA s pg * wee 2 Nov. 6 Dec.
ee application of Sydney Goddar: and Br Préneh. e z $ ‘Arr. BDOS. 7
HELP BAROGRAPE—One Exigtiah Barograph, | shopkeeper Nel St., holder of MARSHALL, in English Lan- a rt h > a ; THOM LTD., Phone 4424.
—_.... | With weekly . Webster, enopke as No. 536 of 1052 grant< guage, English Literature; History and | § $s Ww, ee ® For further information apply ROBERT
INTERMEDIATE & | Maxwells Coast. dia dial tio, a ae to Sara oe wields ip nosed: ee eeeiene) hee MAN in Snutish La <
E .10.52—2n. | at Fi . : n 4 ARD, in English nguage. | ¥
pomon = REQUIRED _aenis Sa aere- Es = re ie ied ot floor —N. &. MAYNARD, in English Language. | ¥ e
own Ww with Wn does of age, educa-| COTTON LINT—For st Xmas toys,|iof a 2 storey wall building Known os English Literature; History; Latin ano | ¥ , af ae
fon and previous emplosment Agolica. | mattresses, cushions. Limited quantity—|"yanibar Club”, Nelson St., City French. wi ou a
tioms not considered unless references |50¢. Ib. B'dos Co-op. Cotton Factory Dated this 11th day of October, 1952 A. O. MELLOWGBS, in English Lang- °
Ltd. Hardware Dept 11.10.52=3n | To:—G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq., uage, bag parecer History; Geogra- |»,
a oat | Ag. Police Magistrate, phy an rench. ‘
FITZPATRICK GMAHAM & ©O.| SoRscRiBE now to the Dally Telegraph, © st. AY, i pen, MOE: im English Language} ¥
's leading Daily Newspaper now SYDNEY GODDA! and French. , nem 4 ;
antations Building. | Eine in Barbados by Air only a tew aan |. M. MOORE, in Bnglish Language,| % ae: Da ee = % CANADIAN SERVICE
aA. Gays publication in London, Contact| w B.—This application one consid. | songsh Literature; History. Ae - 7 OW. From Montreal, Halifax and Saint John
EXPERIENCAD Young Man with Ian Gale c/o Advocate Co., Ltd. Local |ered at a Licensing Court to be held oi, A. V. MURRELL, in History. ‘ That’s the reason you must take all th
eral knowledge of Customs and Othee Representative. Tel. 3113. Police Court, District “A’ on Wednesd)y! J. E. PHILLIPS, in Geography, Latin y ake all these Expected Arrival
work. Apply Wm. Fogurty | (B'dos) Lad. 11.4.82-t-£-m- lithe 2d day of October, 1952, at i! jand Elem. Maths. Ration “ela %, Special Sale Notices and th flash ‘ Montreal Halifax St. John Dates Barbados
44.10.5214. | “SIS CARDS, Gilt Stationery, chi- {cles &-™ G. B. Grirritu, |History ana Art ‘ ‘ngs ese flashy adver- fs ace ARR" BRR sau. s deowemies
dren's Painting Books, also up-to-date- Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. "A | ©. M. RILEY, in English Language; | ¥ tisements in th : 1 ie MSUNDEAL” =f 23 Oct. 28 Oct. ve 16 November
MISCELLANEOUS library at the Cottage Gift muse: 14.10.52—in | Finglish Literature; History; Latin; French) ¥ e€ same jocular way. a. “A VESSEL” : 3 6 Nov. Th Bow. jited 30 November
4. 62.—1n. Tienes jand lem ths. Ts
ERS at Private eee Hast- \E. M, PB. ROWE; in Gen. Science Y,
. Phone 3317. 4.10.52—1n, Be Youthful, fit |p. M. ST. JOHN; in English Literature; O : ; : U.K. SERVICE
a | History and Gen. Beienoe. en ma y ne fact remains : that to obtain goods 5% , From Newport, Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
JRNISHED BUNGALOW -— Amey can . M. SANDIFORD; in Gen ence. | ¥
te desires to rent on Lease, furnished ' 7 %. SCOTT; in English Language: | % 5 Expected Antivai
bungalow along the Sea Coast with two Loe & full of English Literature; History : CHEAPER you must see the large stock Newport Swansea Liverpool Glasgow Dates Barbados
Ynens, cutlery, stoye and - ’ §S. M. SEALE; in English Language. | g . d s.s. “SEABREEZE” 11 Sept. 12 Sept. 18 Sept. 23 Sept. 8 October.
tor tor one year or over, from , English Literature; History; Geography | carried by vie s. “PRED A.
{sic Nowemwer tis Reply: Lionel G. rand Art ‘ ‘ ELLERS” —_ — Mid Oct. Late Oct. Mid November
Constructor Bechtel, Apt. Vi in BL i 4) | J. L. SHARPE; in English Language: | ¢ 8.8. “STUGARD” Early Nov. Mid Nov. Mid Nov. End December
1%, ¢ Bolivar, Venezuela. itamin is a wor!l.!- | English Literature; Mistery and Geogra-| ¢
cece Rey renowned appetite restorer. oy 4. SMITH; in English Literature: | § U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
a 4 wr * : ' s Ss > y
UP LATI — A hip bath, State price » Combined with blood-bui. d- ehavaoke end’ tate. ’ A From Hamburg, Antwerp, Rotterdam and London
asked. 14.10 Sh—An. hing mincento you have the | gishness, (rather K. P. Spencer; in Geography and Gen, , e E. TA YLOR LTDTD. Expected Arrival
be Ukey co joyous buoyant | eee Sivee and | Sue °

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ye & sme English Literature; Geography; Elen y s.8, “FEGGEN” Early Dec. Dec. Mid Dec. Mid Dec. Early January
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ye # great ny my URC aD English inerature, aes, icm. Dial: 4100 ’ Phone 4703
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re! ‘or r or anyone e con~ | 5 a F - Sr, | SOOO EOGOHSOSSO
ug an we oer au ey Pues Take | 1% Qualities are HIGH aun . ym A 2
iH unless der aoa ie } ¥ and T ELS Ce gett ant an cient nae ble
mess CAforve, Hh, | Diamond i $/} PEANUT KERN atier “lighting, ean be
Bt jones, BILE BEANS { Rings Prices are LOW. (SHELLED PEANUTS) @ 40c. a Unationded ~ fe Bours, WAY! ®
| -10.52--2n,

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INTERMEDIATES PLAY BRIGHT CRICKET |

Batsmen And Bowlers_ =
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THE NINTH SERIES of Intermediate Cricket began
last Saturday. At most of the grounds there were some
bright cricket and honours were equally divided between
the batsmen and bowlers. Ser SS. ea a ee
In the. Y.M.P.C. — Pickwick

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_ After seven desperately one-sided rounds Johnny
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K. Branker batting for Y.M.P.C.
scored 117 not out, and D. King
and L, Greenidge scored 39 and
“88 respectively. Bowling for
Pickwick. O, Lashley and B. Lewis
took ofre wicket each for 19 runs
each,

In the Carlton—Police maich
played at Carlton, Carlton batted
all day to score 183 runs,

Chief scores for the team wer
made by K. Hutchinson who was
bowled by Forde after making 76,
and G, Matthews, caught Haynes
bowled Browne for 32. Bowling
for the constables Sealy and For
took three wickets each for 33 and
9 runs respectively. Haynes and
Denny one wicket each for 29 and
23 runs respectively.

Won Toss

In the Empire—-Cable and Wire-
less match played at Boarded Hall,
Empire won the toss and sent in
Cable and Wireless to take the
first knock. They were all out
for 71 at the first venture. Batting
for them, only two of their bats-
men were able to reach double
figures; they were R. Croney and
C. Cozier who made 17 and 19
runs respectively. Bowling for
Empire, M. Armstrong took 5 of
the wickets for nine runs in 12
overs, and C. Prescod and
Amory took two wickets each for
12 and 16 runs respectively.

Empire went to the wicket and
by close of play were 28 runs for
three wickets, only batsman to
reach double figures being D.
Browne who made 10 before he
was caught by Field off Branker.
Bowling for Cable and Wireless,
®. Branker took two wickets for
nine runs in five overs and H.
King took the other for 12 runs
in seven overs.

Batted All Day

In the Combermere and Mental
Hospital match played at Black
Rock, the school boys batted all
day and scored 181 runs for all
with eighteen extras.

Batting for the school boys, Mr.
Sealy made 81 runs before being
caught and bowled by Williams.
Next best score to that was R.
Branker caught and bowled Gas-
kin for 19. Bowling for the Mental
Hospital V. Todd and J. Wiltshire
took three wickets for 41 and 48
runs respectively.

The match between Wanderers
and Spartan was played at the
Garrison. Spartan won the toss
and elected to bat. They occupied
the wicket for the entire day and
raised 200 runs for nine wickets.

The chief scores were S, Chase
87, Wood 31, C. Wood 22, W.

berbatch and C, Matthews 11

cn.

Bowling for Wanderers A. G.
Seale and D. Leach took three
wickets each for 37 runs each.
H. L. Toppin took two wickets for
2B°runs in nine overs.

PICKWICK vs. ¥.M.P.C,

. ¥.M.P.C, 204 for 3 — Ist Innings
Il, Greenidge out 38
D. King out 39
K. Branker not out 117
Mandeville b Clarke 0
Hoyos ¢ M, Lashley, b O. Lashley 2

Extras 8
Total 204
Fall of wickets: 1-2, 2—5.

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO. M. R. w.
Clarke ; 8 3 19 1
O, Lashley 6 0 19 1
B, Lewis 29 8 46 0
B. Inniss 26 1 19 0
N, Greenidue 3 0 12 0
G. Moore 7 1 12 0
M. Lashley 4 0 6 0

CARLTON vs. POLICE
Cariton—ist Innings 571 for 8
K, Hutchinson b Forde 16
R. Marshall |.b.w, Denny
G. Matthews c Haynes b Browne 32
G. Harding b Forde 22
W. Goodridge c Haynes b Sealy 8

Cc. Stanford b Sealy 7

E. Marshall c Cheltenham b Sealy 5

H, Burke run out . a

E. Edghill not out 4

G,. Gill not out 2

A. Nicholson did not bat 6

Extras ; 10

Total ‘ 185

Fall of wicket: 1—4, 2—92, 3—125, 4
128, 6150, 6-158, 7—162, 8—171,

BOWLING ANALYSIS

Oo M R w

Haynes 9 2 29 1
Denny Bt 2 23

Griffith ° 4 1 20 0

Sealy 12 1 33 e

Brewster 5 0 22 0

Browne 9 0 37 1

Forde ‘ 5 0 9 2

EMPIRE vs. CABLE & WIRELESS
Empire won the toss and sent them tp
Empire % for 3
Cable & Wireless—Ist Innings 71

B. Matthews c Armstrong b Prescod 2
R, McKenzie b Armstrong 7
R. Croney b Armstrong at
Cc, Cozier ec Sub. b Amory 19
a. King b Armstrong o
C. Seale b Armstrong o
T. King b Armstrong 2
D. Archer ¢ Armory b Prescod 6
N. Clarke not out ‘ 2
M. Francois ¢ Bourne b Armory 5



The last match of the
Basketball series between
the touring Trinidad team,
Carib Bears and the Island
will be played tonight at
the Y.M.P.C, when His Ex-
celleney the Governor and
Lady Savage will attend.
Play starts at 8.30 o'clock.

The visitors have already
won the series as they have
beaten the Island twice.

They have also beaten a
combined H.C.0.B.—Carlton
team and Harrison College.
The Island team are still
hopeful of winning at least
ene match, and the match
should be interesting.



Polo Players
Practising

Polo players started practising
about two weeks ago at the Gar-
for the season which wilk
soon begin. They are getting the
horses fit and themselves more
accurate at hitting the ball while
on the run.

Polo practice was delayed be-
cause of this year’s drought which
caused the ground at the Garrison
to be badly cracked,

WATER POLO:

Water Polo players will be
practising tonight under floodlight
at the Aquatic Club in prepara-
tion for the Barbados-Trinidad
tournament which begins next
week.

The Trinidad team has already
been selected, but the local team
is not expected to be selected
until Sunday after more practice
matches,

Both the Barbados Men’s and
Women’s teams hold the Inter-
colonial Cups, and since the an-
nual intercolonial series started,

local teams has not been
defeated.
HOCKEY :

The first hockey match for the
season will be played at Pickwick
next Friday when the Golf Club
will meet Pickwick. Hockey prac-
tice started about a month ago.
There is a possibiility later in the
year of an Intercolonial tourna-
ment between Trinidad and Bar-
bados, very likely in Trinidad,

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E. Branker 1.b.w, Hutchinson

2

Extras 9
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Fall of wickets; 1—6, 2—29, 3—30, 4
~—#0. 5—30, 6—34, 7—47, 8—53, 9—62.

BOWLING ANALYSIS

o. Mm R W.

c Prescod 10 2 12 2
M. Armstrong 12 5 9 5
0. Wilkinson .. 2 0 i 0
E. Armory 64 0 16 2
K. Hutchinson .. 5 1 9 1

Empire—ist Innings
9. Taylor l.b.w, H. King 18
D Browne ¢ Feld b Branker 10
E. Armory not out 3
M. Armstrong ¢ Croney b Branker 2
©. Wilkinson not out 0
Extras 6
Total

28
Fall of wickets: 1—20, 2—24, 3—28.
BOWLING ANALYSIS

ce} w.
H. King 7 2 12 1
R. McKenzie 2 0 4 0
E. Branker 5 3

1 9 3

MENTAL HOSPITAL vs. COMBERMERE

Combermere batted all day and scored
181 for all.
Scoreboard:

Mr, Sealy c & b Willlams ul

R, Branker c & b Gaskin 19
A. Phillips 1l.b.w. Todd 22
®. Inniss c Boyce b Wilshire 6
Mr. Hughes ec Boyce b Wilshire 2
Vv. Callender stpd. wkpr., b Tood 1
P, Lashley Lb.w. Chase 5
H. Seott b Todd u
G. Harewood not out ot]
lL. Williams run out 5
©. Sealey c Boyce b Carter 1
Extras 18

Total 181

BOWLING ANALYSIS

Oo. M. R w

Vv. Carter . 7 2 4 1
Vv. Todd 12 2 41 3
R. Chase M1 3 33 1
«Wilshire 4 2 48 2
C. Gaskin .. 7 2 4 1
c. Wiliams 3 0 ul 1

SPARTAN vs. WANDERERS
Spartan—ist Innings

Cc. O. Gittens ¢ Proverbs b Leach 0
C, Wood ¢ (wkpr. Hutson) b,Toppin 22
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Good bowling and equally good
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the ninth series of Second Divis-
ion games on Saturday last. No
side reached the 200 run mark,
the nearest to it being Comber-
mere who scored 184 in their
match against Pickwick at the
school grounds. Highest individ-
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this match by Kirby Lewis who
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school team. Good bowling fig-
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skittle out Windward by captur-
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Other good performances were
returned by Hinds of ‘Central
who scored 53 against Foundation
and Mandeville of Y.M.P.C.
whose score of 49 helped
his team to secure first innings’
lead over College. Of the
bowlers, O. Burke of Y.M.P.C.
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MATCHES
College vs. ¥Y.M.P.C.

College had much the worst of
the first day’s play in their match
at Weymouth against Y.M.P.C
Batting first, they could only
scroe 88 and only the two new
comers, Knight and Cumber-
batch, with 20 and 17 respective-
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tributed to their own downfal!
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selves out. For Y.M.P.C., the best
bowlers were Burke with four
for 28 and Butler with three foc
18. When Y.M.P.C. went to the
wicket their opening pair Ingram
and Mandeville put on 90 for the
first wicket and they ended the
day seven runs ahead with seven
wickets in hand.

Erdiston vs. Wanderers

Erdiston had the _ better of
Wanderers in their match = at
Erdiston on Saturday, In their
first innings, Erdiston collected
120 runs against some accurate
bowling by Corbin who captured
six wickets for 26 runs. F. Deane
scored 34 of this total, while
Bourne and Norgrove gave gool
support by scoring 17 and 16 re-
spectively. By the close of play,
Wanderers were struggling . to
avoid being led on first innings
with their score standing at 50
for the loss of six wickets.

Windward vs. Empire
An interesting day’s play was
witnessed at Bank Hall where
Empire are entertaining Wind-

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Combermere vs. Pickwick

Combermere batted mosi of
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last Saturday. Lewis 65, Skeete
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boost the Combermere total to
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ful bowler for Pickwick, He cap-
tured three for 58,

Foundation vs. Central

In their match at the school
grounds on Saturday last, Cen-
tral, batting first scored 145
against the _ schoolboys. Chief
contributors were Hinds _ 58,
Weekes 25 and Da Silva 18 not
out. E, Jones was the most suc-
cessful bowler for the school
team. He captured three for 2t
while L. Jones and Mr. Callender
took two each for 16 and 51 re-
spectively.

SCORES.
College vs. ¥.MLP.C.
at College,

College— 88 (G. Knight 20, C.
Cumberbatch 17; O. Burke four
for 28, V. Butler three for 19).

Y.M.P.C.— 96 for three in
gram 37, Mandeville 49).

Erdiston vs. Wanderers
at Erdiston. >

Erdiston— 120 (F. Deane 34,
I. Bourne 17, C. Norgrove 16; J.
Corbin six for 26).

Wanderers— 50 for 6 (Patter-
son 24 not out, Corbin 12 not
out).

at Bank Hall,
Windward— 100 (Johnson 22,
Davis 22 not out, Williams 16;
Harris five for 17, Lewis two for
10, Kirton two for 42).
Empire— 108 for 8 (L. Bynoe
27, Kirton 20, Norville 16; Deane
four for 29, Scott two for 15),

Combermere vs. Pickwick
at Combermere,
Combermere— 184 (Lewis 65
not out, Skeete 43, Mr. Glasgow
29; White three for 58, Peterkin
two for 22, Butler two for 30).
Pickwick— 20 without loss
vs. Foundation -
at Foundation.
Central— 145 (C. Hinds 53, F.
Weekes 25, Da Silva 18 not out,
Patrick 16; E. Jones three for 21,
L. Jones two for 16, Mr. Callen-
der two for 51).
Foundation— 39 for 1 (Evelyn
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Rockley Golf

(By HARVEY)

The longest shot of the day
came through to win the Bee
Mug _ Competition at the Rock-
ley Golf and Country Club over
the week-end when Keith Mur-
poy, the soft singer of the sew-
ing; machine company, carried o





top honours to the surprise ofp}:

everyone, including himself,

Even though he was playin
off a handicap of 22, it didn
seem enough, and ji
Hat held before the medal play
event, he sold at the very rock
bottom price, In fact there
only one bid for him and every
one laughed loudly when Lord”
Dangan, an inexperienced handi-
capper, bought him. Lord Dan-
gan, of course, had the last laugh
when he collected his not incon-
siderable winnings.

Murphy, a quite capable player
off 22 almost any time, was un-
derestimated because of the fact
that he has played very little
golf in the course of the last six
months and it was believed that
lack of practice would be a severe
handicap. However, in spite of

two lost balls and several three- ©

putt greens, he turned in a 92,
which gave him a net 70, the
winning score.

Colin Bayley seemed certain to
better the figure with only two

les to play, where a pair of
pars would have given him a
net 66. But he blew wide open
on the seventeenth, taking a 10
against a par 5, and four-putted
the eighteenth for a 6 against a
par 4. Those two holes boosted
his gross score to 83 and even his
10 handicap left him wed for
third with Victor Hunte, who also
missed his chance to win on the
last two holes,

Lost Opportunity

Hunte needed two pars for a
net 69, but took a 7 and a 6,
While these two were dissipating
their big opportunities, John
Rodger, the commercial banker of
Canada, slipped in with a net
71 for second place, bringing,
further fortune to the Danga
menage as he had been bought i
the white hat by Lady Dangan,

H. V. King proved to be quit
the ladies’ man when he bough
Mrs, Roy Wilson and his wife in

the White Hat for the ladies
Spoon competition, and th
finished on@-two in the order

Faye Atwell, with 15 points, was
third in the field of twelve,
The Beer Mug statistics :

Player (h’c’p) Gross Net
K. Murphy (22) 92 70
J. Rodger (4) 75 71
Cc. Bayley (10) 83 73
Vv. Hunte (23) 96 73
E. Benjamin (13) 87 74
J. Kellman (22) 97 75
L. Maskell (8) 83 75
R. Vidmer (4) 79 75
Cc. Bellamy (18) 95 77
N. Daysh (16) 95 79
P. Gregg (21) 101 80
R. Norris (17) ~=—-:100 83
J. Egan (8) 93* 85
Lord Dangan (24) 113 89
W. Atkinson (7) No Card
H. V. King (22) No Card

A.W. Tempro (22) No Card
Ladder Matches

Action continued brisk on the
Challenge Ladders during the
past week but after eleven
matches were played only one
position was altered. That was in
the men’s division where J. Rod-
ger defeated Will Atkinson and
moved up into fourth place.
Bert King advanced briefly when
he defeated Victor Hunte, but in

a second encounter, Hunte was
successful in regaining his
position .«

In all other clashes the chal-
lenger was turned back. R.
Vidmer defeated C. Bayley for
the second time and retained his
place at the top, Jack Egan met
W. Atkinson’s challenge and held
his place, but when Egan at-
tempted to pass Bayley, he, in
turn, was turned back. Tony
Tempro, who has climbed stead-
ily upward, was halted in his
ascent by Ronnie Inniss.

The standings also held firm
in the ladies’ division. Mrs.
Beasley challenged Mrs. Vidmer
and was beaten, but held her
position against a challenge from
Mrs. King. Mrs. Vera Manning
made an effort to pass Mrs.
MacIntyre, but failed.

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ocsvindeed for the
..twere more like “pushes”

height Arthur had nothing to)
commend himself except

ight eye had been badly split in
what proved to be the last round.

Arthur had earlier’ suffer-
sed a cut on his left eye and
't was quite clear that with the
double handicap he could have no
hope against the ‘classic lefi-
oanded boxjng of Williams. The
champion was moving as sprite-
4ly as ever and although he winced
once or twice from the South
African's ponderous right hand he
aever looked like being in real
trouble,

Arthur, who has had only a
score or so of fights and those

made to
His punches lacked snap and
most part they
which

illiams usually rode or avoid-
ed altogether.

The blow which split Arthur’s

left eye was delivered in round
three after the South African had
shaken the champion with a right
to the jaw. Williams came back
with his double left to the body
and jaw
Arthur’s left lead and smashed
home a hard right which brought
blood in torrents from the corn-
er of the South African’s left

It was learnt later that from
the second round Arthur had had
double vision.

WT. Selectors Will
Not Watch J’ca
—B.G. Cricketers

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 13

The West Indies Cricket Board
of Control will not attend the
British Guiana Intercolonial series.
The Board decided this morning
to abandon plans for sending
selectors to British Guiana to see
the current Intercolonial cricket
matches between British Guiana
and Jamaica at Bourda. Up to
noon Cyril Merry, Board Secre-
tary, had not received any com-
munication from the Indian Board,

As a result Goddard will fly
home tomorrow while N. Nether-
ole of Jamaica will leave for
home on Saturday.
















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PAGE FOl I! BARBAlMMi ADVOCATE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1S2 MFffiAIX)SA AD\15CATE P...V—iH—-*=5T-r _..., maul *y IS> UTMU IM B*aaa HII|fUa Tuesday. October 14. 1*52 MORE CHANGE I POLITICAL responsibility said the lale Colonel Sunly, former Secretary ol State lor the Colonies ROCS ill with linaneial dependence. Against the background of this statement, the proposal to Introduce miiiU.tenal status into Barbados must be viewed. No one can deny that the logical end of the Bushc Experiment was the introduction of ministerial status. For tm. reason perhaps the Bushe experiment has been roundly condemned from the beginning by those who feared that such a system of government would deprive Barbados of the advantages it possessed when no wedge was driven between the political and economic interests of the island, Professor Burns in his excellent history of the British West Indies (published in 1951) warned that a powerful and wealthy country can afford the luxury of a certain amount
.u bados because it is an economic necessity would seem to be desirable provided thai ministers of considerable knowledge and experience could be found to till the posts. Can such be found? The answer is no. Why then should an island which is one of a group of British Caribbean colonies, whose representatives at the coming historic meeting of Commonwealth I'mui Ministers will be, to use Mr. Bus tan.ante's picturesque speech "silling on the doormat", seek to grasp after the shadow oi ministerial responsibility when it has nu control over the substance of its economic life? Everyone will readily concede to Mr. Adams a political reputation and a preeminence in matters affecting trade union and labour matters, but Mr. Adams has never yet professed to be an expert 00 financial or trade matters. ft is no disparagement of any official in the civil service of Barbados to say that there is no one with the exception of His Excellency the Governor (who is shortly leaving the island on promotion) who could bring to the understanding of Barbadian needs the knowledge or experience which could be provided by the leaders of Barbadian commerce. Il is quite certain thai if the proposals for ministerial status become effective the conduct of Barbadian economy will be more and more handed over to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, unless the Prime Minister appoints a represenLt'iw of the Chamber of Commerce to direct its activities. But if political responsibility goes ill with financial dependence there is nu doubt that tHe present system by which responsibility for the government of Barbados is shared by the Governor, the political party with a majority, and the Secretariat, is in need of urgent overhaul. Not even in the House of Assembly is there any training for responsibility by a practice at question time of the members of the executive committee replying immediately to the questions asked by private members. Nothing brings to light more than question time in the House of Commons the qualities ami ability of ministers than their method of answering questions and the more difficult supplementaries which arc allowed. It may be elementary to insist that practise makes perfect but so far the members of the Executive Committee have had little practice at accepting the responsibility which question-timo demands In a parliamentary debating chamber and if ministerial status is ultimate'y adopted in Barbados the experience gd-ned at question time will have been valuable. London l.rllrr i \clitung Ac li I II HI; II* Ifewerlej tfaxler It was the BJJJLW 1846 and tho setae wo the CasUo Harben on the outskirts o Nuremberg. The Nazi criminal!. had been sentenced to death 'hat %  .•men o. the press (British, French and AaMean) who ** r % bl ed "' .„ ~.~.., „ the castle had sent off their dom^nury Deputation. I had errthe post-war world and he act i out to And It. Nor was Alfred I Krupp without hope. The MOCi -1 Consequently Herr Alfred nil naif of the world, which now Krupp was not present to receive included Won tn Germany, ha.l me when I went to his vast house so be armed to the teeth. Thin t in the Ruhr to lunch. It was in why keep in prtwn Uie supreme IB-It) when, MS a member of a Parmaster of death's weapons'' HamenUry DepuUiuon I had ami n February lot year Krupp of celebration. Drinks Swl ma tilth had lx*n playltu : — "Jf'V !?'!r I !" 1 _^ r and waa guaranteed an income J S ^*&js^&*^tt&£& %  igh" the marching wni: ol t.. Nav>. Half doM.j *XJL£i, v " 1 mmX "^stance had been taken from whlci .• % %  <. .wii MKCII num mm. It ,t omcer. jumped up and ''XTKrH-.nenUry DcpuUUon. 1">* true that out of this v.,t hcrever w, went. wc summoned # ^ m b .!. h .l*."**** * aamhaf at %  ''-i • % %  UM oreMatra '" •areai Round i went the away ,.A .. %  , iho oreat room wherever wc weiu. we summonea — — — — T ~ %  %  — !" •——•* %  .-* !" n band hlirX the Burfomo.sler and the Town W"t due to hU retired em„ rcpoXs of Til Clerk. andThe Itval onViaL. to spgWJJ which may mdee^ r .,,,; med the USA. officers pear before us. -nd they bowed !" !" * h vv toUU But la th?march o triumph w In respect. In fact. 1 never "• M !" * decency and sanity to &*5TL rSfof drum, remember bem,. able to .tudy so ££?£*£* "S" £ " ;,„! i behw*. a door sprunR ISM I M time. Then we "•£*'*' ** ,h Western I 1 Wr His M btaaad. his silly questioned tthem. and one „f Ine -Uthortlies pay the pension them"hapl.'netique fmaartache tremf... tu "Do you ff^ %  *••< ** r*orlna to hln, ba?d. his voice went from a recognize and realise Germany's * blood-stained wealth. melancholy barilona to a piercing crime?'' They did indeed. Ja! Ja! Expediency tenor U was guttural, preposThere was not one who did not If the answer is that cxpedterous, meaningless fake German, admit Germany's crime lency creates iu own jusUflcatioi. culmuiating in %  pertodlcel Again we were much enthen lei ua publicly declare thai shriek of Sig Hell!" to which w e> iraged. Not only were there no m our national and international all roared back Sg Hell. Nails in German) but even the affairs expediency has replace*! Actually 'he gentleman in V***' non-NaWs recognized not merely honour and dignity. The corpse:tion wo a reporter from iho BttlStrs nuilt but that of Germany of th e foreign staves who worked .ily Expraas made up M I nation and died lit the Krupp factories nd ? "^fTh'i admitted As for the ineffable, indeatruc M tlJ. duty ser<* %  '""-'>> %  %  'Kl we were aU tibia Dr. Schacht, he turned up f i." I„. i^itd ,.n the idwi""• han tn gratified glances. Not in Persia, where oil has been !£wL? flr^x? week's Amcrijotallj iSfcdtd, although much troubling the waters of the Gulf. '^..r^^ir-^ule. ^pressed. I -aid: "You say GerHe saw the weeping, wily Moo.. many is guilty of a great crime, degh and talked to American What was that crime "' observers. Are you having trouThe BurgomciMer and his colble with your economy? Send can film at the local opera house. | it Was "The Swing Parade of I 1946." ly the party at UM --Bl on aU night M '""* ; i lafl it and went for a walk in '•i.e moonlight. During the walk I taw something lying In the road. \ jt was n Iron Cross with ribbon itucheil. A fllting finish to %  day l and night of sardonic horror. One does not need the perI DtlOfl Ol %  Shakespeare nor the h hv of .i I'-.1 great emfor the good, wise Schacht barrassment. In fact, without won so splendid a reputation as %  and certainly with no Finance-Doctor-in-Chief to tho ambiguity the Burgomelster Fuehrer. Have you any worriei with ribbon answered: "We loat the war." But abou Q,. Canadian dolUr? Tho ish to a day ' .course! What greater crime noctor. from N — Doctor from Nuremberg 1: Id be committed than to lose you aervice -S U l r w ? n !£$i n *r* n &J! ,m Th !" * Iot *'a* 06 1 h one9t of i ban* ved taale. la the Kre at hall "rmed Weal Germany would be Mace Ooerinit took It with a bow there I. i,.„ U c palntmn. .1 eonMant invitation to aKresI bnwac he had "" "-"de!"""'." " a, the death ol Nelson "• vT.ua with death that would not at Westminster, with lite siie B"' "">"• we can doveljp in thi' attendance o! the "STire* or the vcrioua ucncratlona lhp ordinary German a sense of in luliu. Streirher, the of tlie family In rldlnj costume, world responjlbillty, and a civic li.it had stirred up The furniture was stiff backed and consciousness that will make the %  •nin-.t the Jews, almost Victorian. In the grounds there people rule, and not be led by .. icnhruiui of the were two fountains, surmounted another madman — then we are I head and face merely by the very fattest of nudes, creating a terrible problem. We 'clicked his heels, as if he were Never in all my '.ravels have I cannot and date not wipe out the niwerine lhe s:ilute of a division seen wealth so triumphant over Paat as If It were something \nl hla Clertapo murderer*. The 'ante. written on u slate Three times in .ice elegant Rlbben'rop made no Eventually Heir Krupp cant to living memory Germany put |nof u ; I hl haA l"" 1 ;,t Nuremberg but two Europe to the swuxd'and drench|nl I "" until he J'ars after Goertng and the rest ed the world In blood. That la the gaging imbecile older than ""^.J^" J^ n !f ,H ^ d TI J crp was. Ineffaceable charge of history. ntenced. __ n"l dealh a'!?'!i er i, no d ""< """"t" 'or But thee was one man with a *'i^.'' !" ' whteh was right „ „ mt ^j, „,-,„. vU:llm Q( %  i Iky. unploaaant face who accord n to the Improvised law German a.an-,i„n Zmm a. iS „ sign of any emotion ^'^u, ,u.lice. But almost {i,^", ".KSeWe. "u we il, '"" >! 2Si.M22?!£& .o't !" uVii lSSi4 C l ll ."it,"Z„SZ, " that wc are read, u. low. w.„ net %  ,<,. as.* aouM go fc—^ / .T^ "* w atrlppert „nd forget what the Nazis .11,1 ., a. Dr. Schacht. an early of all 1,1, factor ea and property Th. char,, i. three-fold"first of Hller-i "h","' 1 ^J" d „ ""''" "r'T Jr wclv %  ">• e homldd.l Hitler „d ""Ut-S* BS.'ll'S tt JSEIf* •* "" *" al i accomplices, second. ,.., %  l anldliigupthenn.n*'-w %  "( "I Stalingrad had against the German nation which nonUg atrenglh of lhe been partially avenged. To take allowed them to rise to power rhlro fMtoh. But In the latter a millionaire. money from him thirdly, against t h c Western i for ever try• the war he had become is as cruel as to take the powe. , I,uspect of plotting against Hitlers speech from a politician or an fe ;>;id was put Into a concantraactor. To take away his factories .p. As far as appearance '* to cut off the hands of a Krelsi vas concerned Schacht looked in lw tho dock like the embodiment of A Calm I hatred. After which there came a calm That night, when the confor you cannot go op '. —— •—' -nincl men went to their cells, Ing war criminals. I v"icra they were lo remain until tpectre of Russl .elr execution or removal to a |>ur '^"ghtsThe war was rev'erU find that Peace no longer carries IW Schacht went Into >: lo the abnormality of a Iroua dove on her ahoulder but is ?^Wu^^l&£2^ia^Es 6 ,nd mouM "" *• ... h.. B v ri .w^rk^.„oi!,h a z^Zxz££%x mind, but nn niter inahil.tv i,. warns un wlUi Uve cry: Achlunx.' Id for falling to unite in time ngainst the menace that was ac starkly clear. Today, the civilized world ii united as never before. Amcrlir haa cast Hide her childish faltu in isolation and has bravely %  pied her destiny. If an agg: Besides, the tor dreams now of putting was occupying humanity to the sword he will the SWOtd of lusllce was tlnhhed with the all star cast criminals at Nuremberg. Not think hi rtdtly df the devil himAfhtang. Watch Germany.' ntent • i llllll'lllll, IK. ..... ,, ,, "1 ii^ll — lhe GeiUpo mur' %  "5 h -d fought against Rom baiter, and pris"'?' '"" """ conrelverf a great adr-snouting generals, the four ["""'" n '•'• him And was II nol a !" —— %  .. — %  uarlal dvlllrlng powJ* c 'J?', 1 k omm f' w •''Ot for secret balllenelds of s—America, Britain France and "„.„5 ,,„." D, r i'"*•• Plot manoeuvre. Is German i. _... ill.!..'. ,„„.„„ in ln t Hitlers life? There was no come the oreat eoeMIl hussla—put Hitler', armourer In u £ ",",,"' i he dock. Was II nol Krupp who Y ffij* i..,;v,i lo „!,. ,i,„ .. lr nwM% i, „ Tj lavoura as sue .auvaiiees num ver I'ari. more re^piet f?/" generS who co ,rtr ,0 W"" !" "'* Th S worshipplotted aSt the fChrer 1 ."hen f lw,hrMt !^. ttSlaffSS because we have had to take that risk Our battle of peace is to win the gifted, hard working, honest There she lies In the centre of .iii.l Jew baiters and pris"|H f. 1 1 "."" !" rJvetl a great adEurope with small nations on the four !" '"""n'or him. And was II not a her borders which are already —ds of political ._ Germany to beThore was no como tho great cocetle of lhe to Desmond continent, imlling tat on the ... I „ It the Big Bertha "of lhe m „V;'", ^'.iSli^Sii'' l ,' x ,, Wc " nd "> !" on the E " t rid war which, at a ,cS !" „ G"'* ',. "Ji demanding a neater price for her ., -rkatle dlsunc managed lo !" ,„'X J."' ?lTJ,1 y J2£! !" favour, a. .he ..adyanen from nd n henvy UMD over nat killed forty or fifty worshipplotted ngainst the Fuehrer when %  -s nn a Sunday morning m the tide of victory was running at But that was nothing to Its fullest strength. %  IiuA Krupp would ultimately do However, the book had 4 big r !" l. in Ilii.ploying slave lasale and it made out such a case .our from cmiqui'rcd European for this chivalrous commander of ''"' docile German to an equal %  tat, and regardless of the the Desert that Hollywood took il ciiizctuhip with the Waat. And mortality among then., up; and we had a film of James by equal citizenship I mean not sustained the assassin Mason doing a Rommel on us thnt only a common status but a COKII'idler in every fiendish device of would not have disgraced Dr man responsibility towards clvillt that he demanded. Buchman himself. zatlon itself. But what chance thai Hi.only service thin -A. F men In occupied Gerhave we to make them change MI %  rmamenl dgfnaat did for the many met ex-members of the Luftiheir outlook if our writers extol n ni:i,i mooej %  TO Wjd the* discussed together ( h* German generals of Uie last build up the Naal Part} the Battle of Britain as though it war if W8 cnd ow Herr JCrupp rhui was Alfred Krupp guilty had i^en ^""L^nSVruua but wltn ni9 bl0 od-oaked millions crupp nnpnsoneo fleeing civilians nn the roads! The There are two Germany! %  Luftwaffe which had tried to Cermany of Bismarck, the Kaiser rnprlioncl b „. >k Britain's spirit by klUIng "nd Hlller. and the Germany of "" I'lviUani in London! Yet why Goethe. Wagner and Luther. That lull he could wait there unul he leny lhe camaraderie of lhe air? ta the choice, the clear Inescapable cas triad. For once the .word,, The hard-faced D. Sch-cht was choice, and v.,. ol the Western J? ld „. r ,a'"' d ?„ a g'lng busy ugaln. Had he not world, neithe, by our .igniOcance -!!„• .nalty thus enabled him to make aur responsibility. There wag a place for him In ACHTUNG' AC ACHTUNGt Our Readers Say; fhppy Day o iht Editor. The Advocmlt SI!' lifii'.t" • 1 t.n< thli year on No.ember fth III .ill Oiattnizera of districts tad Sellers of Poppies please note f Day is Friday, NovemI iff 7lh. Popplai and Uns etc. will bo %  distribution at Queen's i'ark as Utuali To the country parishefl on October 24th. To St. '1 on Oct. 31st. ktndno* of the Management of the Marine Hotel the Annual Poppy Dance will Ix* %  Id UMTS on Saturday, November 22nd. Yours truly. DOROTHY C. HUTSON. Hon. Sec. B'dos Branch Poppy League. flthatta Tn (kg litter, lhe Advocate. SIR The Committee and .Members of the Y.W.C.A. beg through this medium to express their appreciation and grateful thanks, Oral (0 Lady Savage our Patroness for so giaciously Broadcasting our Tag Day Appeal. Secondly, to the General Public for their generous response. and thirdly to all those persons who assisted individually in this effort. The Proceeds realized as a re%  ult of th a effort amounted to $ 578.30 Leas Expenses of Tags .. 15.00 Balance 5->fl3 30 We remain. Yours truly. PEARL GIBBONS. President. DOREEN WARD. Secretary. Dirorro A Britroyrr To The Editor, The Aduocale, Slit I do not at all agrea wit 'Sunshine' and his or her version of what a woman should be after marriage. Some wocnen have easy lives and helpful partners, but when it is the opposite, how can charm be retained? Can you picture a woman with an aching back and burdened down with an Irate husband, looking youthful and feeling romantic* The happy married couple will not look for romance, but will Journey through life together as partners and co-workers in mak Ing the world a safe pU Divorce i-. a destroyer. READER FIVEtMINUTES ON THE ICE By NKWELL IMMiKKS NEW YORK. FOR live minutes the atmosphere in the White House office of President Truman was like an ice-box when Mr. Truman formally received the credentials of Soviet Ambassador Georgi Nikolaevitch Zarubln, 12-yearold ex-Ambassador in London. Coldly and correctly the two men ad dressed each other as "Your Excellency.' Coldly and correctly they uttered assurance! that their peoples had only friendship in their hearts for each other. Then Zarubln stumped back In the Russian Embassy, which almost no one enter: nowadays, except the staff and a few furtiv, American Communists. In the White House only veteran employees could remember that far-off timereally only ten years ago—when the the; Soviet Ambassador, Maxim Litvlnov, was warmly welcomed guest in the office President Roosevelt. • • • NEW YORK will see Chaplin's "Lime light" just one week after London. It wil. open on October 23 at two theatres—th. Astor on Broadway and the Translux ot tKhh-street. MICKEY SPILLANE, tough writer of tht loO-hcst and most popular detective stories in America, hobnobs with private detective;, to get colour for his tough, tarnished privau eye, Mike Hammer. And Spillane has mad-, a surprising discovery. When gangster.from other cities waylay lorries of loca gangsters the locals sometimes hire privau detectives to track down the ambush men • • a THERE is such a glut of American whisk> that four-year-old liquor is selling as low a.one dollar 50 cents (about 10s. 8d.) a gallon wholesale. Most U.S. distillers are hard pressed for cash. Many whisky drinkers will not buy their product because taxes have forced the price too high. Wealthit' drinkers prefer Scotch. UNEMPLOYMENT is .ailing sleadil>, reports the Government. New York City m longer has a labour surplus. Reasons: Mor^ metal for civilian uses, more demand fui consumer goods, and rising defence employment. • a • TWO-SKIRT SUITS are the newest thin*, for women. Fur merchants have been hav ing a hard time selling fur coats. So nou they have brought out leopard-fur satchels a nylon tulle evening stole with big polk, dots of mink, a transparent nightgown with mink shoulder-straps, and a negligee with mink collar and cuffs, petticoats trimmec with ermine tails, and sheared-fox hats. ANOTHER ALARM Is sounded o.er Brit ish jets being away ahead of America's Says the magazine People Today: "America'i aviation industry is caught rlalfooted Although it now supplies 90 per cent, of thi world's propeller-driven airliners It maj soon lind itself without a market" • • a NEW YORK'S MAYOR Vincent Impellil teri is turning 200 police out ol indoor desk jobs to fight crime. Civilians will take ovei at the desks. RADIO is not killed by TV yet. Bob Hop< is going to get more than £700,000 for si shows a week for 35 weeks. He will be paic by the General Foods Corporation, which will advertise its wares with the broadcasts Hope's agent says it is the biggest one season deal in radio history. Another curious victory for radio over TV —housewives prefer to listen to "soaj operas" (sentimental love serials) rathe than watch them. The experts' explanatioi —lhe housewives can identify themselvei less readily with the sweethearts when the; see the characters. • • a THE American Press is diving into tht intricacies of the Coronation. With a coloured picture of the Queen on its cover. Cosmopolitan magazine prints a six-pag, section with more colour pictures of Hors< Guards, Beefeaters, and Coronation robes entitled "How a Queen is Crowned." II says: "The labour of thousands of loyal Britons will bring history to life on the Queen's great day." TAXES coat an average of £ 147 a year for every man, woman, and child in America. AT the end of "Porgy," a Negro musical with wonderful Gershwin tunes, Porgy of Catfishrow leaves for New York to see his Bess. She ran away with Sportin' Life. She thought Porgy didn't love her any more. 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