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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Police Courts 10.00 a_m

Mobile Cinema, Lascelles Plantatic
St. James 7.30 p.m

Police Bana Concert Bay
Esplanade — 7.45 p.m

Music Course, Extra Mural
p.m

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cause that lacks assistance

a et

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



BARBADOS GETS FIV

Street

—Dhavbados

B.C 8.00

ESTABLISHED 1895

Success Will Depend
Partly Upon Loans

THE BARBADOS GOVERNMENT’S proposed five
year development plan will cost the island a capital ex-

penditure of nearly $30,000,

,000 and an additional annual

recurrent expenditure of between $2,000,000 and $3,000,000,
a Message from His Excellency the Governor, laid before
the House of Assembly on Tuesday states.

The Message points out that the present levels of
taxation cannot carry a programme of development which
would throw a substantial recurrent annual charge on
the budget. Government will attempt to raise loan funds
to help finance the programme.

The Message reads:—

The Government of Barbados
has considered the Beasley Report
and presents the following out-
line of policy which it intends to
pursue in the five years 1952—53
to 1956—57,

2. The Government accepts the |
majority of the conclusions in the |
Report but as indicated therein
many must be provisional and
subject to review when the present
abnormal and fluid state of world
economic conditions has passed.

The Government accepts the
recommendation that the finan-
cial and economic situation of
Barbados should be fully reviewed
at the end of three years, but
emphasises the necessity for a
close and continuous examination
of the effects of the proposals
contained in this five-year plan.

3. Departmental proposals for
development indicated a potential
capital expenditure of nearly
$30,000,000 (excluding the Deep

. Water Harbour) and an additional

recurrent expenditure of the
order of $2,000,000 which with
commitments (service increments
pensions etc.,) suggest a potential
total increase of $3,000,000.

4. It is clear that no Govern-
ment could do all that has to be
done in a short period of five
years and that a priority of needs
must be established. Furthermore,
it must be accepted from the
Report that the present levels of
taxation cannot carry a_ pro-
gramme of development which
would throw a substantial recur-
rent annual charge on the budget.

5. Barbados, like all progres-|
sive communities, is endeavouring |
to achieve improved standards of |
administration, of education, of |
hospitalisation and of social ser?
vices. The one crop economy of
this island andthe rapidly in-
treasing population present grave
difficulties in achieving the higher
standards of living which we seek. |

We have to endeavour to in-
crease the national income by:

(a) increased productivity of
the sail and plants;

(b) improved human produc-
tivity;

(c) creation of new fields of
employment.

6. The foregoing paragraphs
summarize, perhaps too briefly, |
the problem. The solution cannot
be complete, but the Government
considers that a bold plan of -de-
velopment is essential at this stage. |
It recognises that the plan will to}
a great extent depend on the|
ability of the Government to raise |
loan funds both in the island and)

overseas. It is essential, there- |

fore, that the plan should give|$2.00 per ton would
from and
not sponsor |guch decision
a loan issue—except perhaps at!during the

rates uneconomic to the Govern-\the agreement),

confidence to investors, otherwise |
underwriters would

ment. |
7. The plan of development
must be linked with taxation pro-
posals and so that funds will be-
come available to cover the loan
costs and other recufrent costs of
schemes which will be, from a}
budget point of view, unremuner- |
ative, e.g., educational and medi-|
cal services. |
Contrary to popular belief, the |
Government has no funds other
than those supplied by the people |
themselves except for grants re-
ceived from the Uni‘pd Kingdom. |
The revenue of the Government |
is received from taxation, fees |
and payment for services ren-|
dered. The revenue comes from |
the people, belongs to the people |
and is expended for the benefit |
of the people. ‘
As indicated above. the present
receipts of the Government are

insufficient to finance the devel- | of emigration.
opment of the pubile services. It | possible

follows that there must be a fur-
ther redistribution of the national
income and this will have to be
achieved by increased taxation
both direct and indirect.

The revenue proposals in this

are aimed to avoid,

as far as possible, any increase in

the cost of essential foodstuffs
and clothing.

8. The expenditure proposais
of the plan envisage a capital
programme of the order of
$16,500,000 during the next five
years to be obtained from:—

(a) Loan Funds $6,000,000

(b) Available Funds:—
(i) General .. 6.500,000

(ii) Labour Wel-

fare Funds 3,500,000
(iil) Special
Funds 500,000
$16,500,000

(N.B. In addition, roughly $2,000,-
000 in respect of loan ex-
penditure presently charged
to an Advances Account
will have to be raised.)

9. Taking into consideration
the present known commitments
of the Government and the recur-
rent costs of the plan, the Gov-



y



ernment proposes to obtain by) his intention to visit other West
additional revenue ($1,500,000) |Indian colonies at the inaugura
and by decreased expénditure| meeting of the Caribbean Par-
($615,125), a total amount of the|liamentary Association in Jamai-
order of $2.100,000 a year. The ca in July and during the Fed-
position will have to be reviewed | eration debate in the House of
in January, 1955. ' Representatives i Road on the left and over the area aback of the G.1.U.

10. No account has been taken
of the potential revenue from oil
as this depends entirely on
whether “commercial oil” is
found in Barbados, but even s0,
such revenue may only be a tem-
porary feature of our economy. It
would be prudent, in those cir-
cumstances, to direct the main
revenue from oil—if any— to
Gipital expenditure projects
the establishment of endowment

funds to maintain the capital
assets.

(a) Development of water

resources and its distri-

bution;
Experiment and research
in irrigation of sugar and
other crops;
Encouragement of food
production and develop-
ment of agricultural
schemes;
Encouragement of
tourist industry;
Establishment of a Bar-
bados Development Board
to assist in the develop-
ment of secondary indus-
tries;
Increaseq taxation, etc.,
aimed at obtaining addi-
tional revenue of the
order of $1,500,000, in an
average crop year of
150,000 tons,
Decreased expenditure in
relation to subsidisation
($500,000) and _ other
items ($115,125);
(N.B. Proposals under (f)
and (g) will be directed
to avoid, as far as possi-
ble, any increases in
rices of food and cloth-
-)
Housing loans to be made
available for workers
other than civil servants
and sugar workers who
are presently covered;
Improved educational,

(b)

(ce)

(d) the

fe)

(g)

(h)

(i)
(j)

health and other services; }

Provision of amenities in
rural areas,

Deep Water Harbour

12. The Government accepts in|}

principle the establishment of a
Deep Water Harbour, but con-
siders ‘it is essential that it should
be self supporting. It is intended
to set up a committee to report
on its implementation, due regard
being given to savings from pres-
ent costs and the levy of a basic

port charge not exceeding 2% on!

all imports and exports.

13. The Domestic Sugar Agree-
ment provided that if the Gov-
ernment decided on the imple-
mentation of the scheme, a cess of
be payable
in the year in which

was taken (and
subsequent term of
provided that
the Government “shall give ade-
quate natice of the implementa-
tion of a Harbour Fund Scheme. °

In view of the fact that the
above decision has only recently
been taken, the Government has
decided not to take action to col-
lect the cess of $2.00 a ton in re-
spect of the 1952 sugar crop and
so leave that amount to accrue to

Gapeenne
Appointed

it is announced by the Secre ary
of State for the Colonies Mr. Oliver
Lyttelton that Her Majesty ‘ the
Queen, has been pleased to approve
the appointment of Sir Robert
Duncan Harris Arundell, K.C.M.G,,
O.B.E., Governor and Commander
in Chief of the Windward Islands,
to be Governor and Commander in
Chief of Barbados in succession to
Sir Alfred Savage, K.C.M.G.,

whose appointment to be Governor |
and Commander in Chief of British |

Guiana was
September

announced one | 9th

andj

Brigadier Sir Robert
was born in Devon in 1904 and
was educated at Blundell’s Schoo!
fand Brasenose College, Oxford

He joined the Colonial Adminis- !
tration Service in Tanganyika in
1927, was seconded to the Colonial
Office from 1935 to 1937, served as
Secretary of the Nyasaland Finan-
cial Commission 1937/8, served
again n Tanganyika in 1938/9, and
became Assistant Chief Secretar:
of Uganda in 1939.

He served in the Middle East
and in East Africa in the Second
World War, was mentioned in des-
patches and awarded the O.B.E. In
1944 he became Chief of Civil!
Affairs with the rank of Brigadier |
and in 1946 was appointed British
Resident Member in Washington of '
the Caribbean Commission. {

He became Governor of the
Windward Islands in'1948

!



U.K. Research |
Chief Returns
In Secrecy

LONDON, Oct. 15.

Britain’s armaments research
chief Doctor William Penney,
responsible for Britain’s inst
atomic explosion in Australia,
returns to England on Wednesday
about 5.00 p.m. G.M.T. in great
official secrecy.

Only one British newspaper re-
ported this fact on Wednesday—
the Daily Mail, which said in its
story that government had re-
quested that neither the time nor}
place of Dr. Penney’s arrival |
should be published.

But Ministry of Supply officials
jarranged for photographers
newsreels to be at the
They were warned however, that
they would not see the aircraft

it. They would be kept in the
airfield cinema until Dr. Penney
re in to pose briefly for them.
They are forbidden to speak to
‘him.

| Armed R.A.F. guards will sur-
round the airfield and keep day
and night guard over the aircraft



until it is emptied of scientific
jequipment brought back from
| Monte Bello.

—U.P.



Grenada Representative
At Commerce Chambers
Congress

(From Our Own Correspondedt)
GRENADA, Oct. 15.
Mr. Kenneth O, Williams, Man.

the producers. : ager of the Grenada Co-opera.

ie : tive Bank, leaves by air today

Emigration en route for pee Guiana to

.,] represent the Chamber of Com-

__14, Unemployment in Barbados4 merce at the Congress of West
is the most difficult problem fac- | tydian Chambers

ing the Government and there’ We jig a young businessman,

can be no doubt that the pro-| formerly of the Royal Bank of

posals in the plan will do much|Canada, and is also a prominent

to provide fufther employment.|member of the loca’ Junior

The budgets of the five-year
period will repeat the current
provision of $100,000 in respect
It has not been
to anticipate that ad-
ditional povision could be made
without prejudicing the develop-
ment of the Island’s social ser-
vices.

Civil Service

15. The cost of the Civil Ser-
vice increases annually: In the
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Mr. Bustamante
Postpones Tour

(From Our Own Correswond>nt)
KINGSTON, Oct. 15
Hon. W. A. Bustamante said

today that he had postponed in-|
definitely his planned visit to!
British Guiana and other West |
Indian colonies jin support of |
Federation due to pressure of
work and coming calls on his}
time.

Mr Bustamante said he}
would be unable to tour the

West Indies in time for the Lon-}
meeting in}
March—April as the budget has
would}
have to prepare himself to attend!

don Federation

to be prepared and he

the federation conference as
well as the Coronation |
Mr. Bustamante had declared

Chamber of Commerce.

|

ef



Arundel |

land nor what was unloaded fro njing near Waterford swept under

THURSDAY

QUEEN'S PARK: Looking acr
saw a “sea” of water; and the Lak»



tember Ist,

; heaviest rainfall since thp tx
ago turned the entire diStric

Many of the people who, through
their tardiness to vacate the site
from which Government removed
food victims of 1949 remained in
the area, were yesterday forced
to evacuate their homes as the
swelling waters threatened havoc
and destruction. One elderly wo-
man had to be lifted out of her
home and her bed and other house-
hold furniture removed. |

Although there were no reports |
of loss of life or damage to per- |
sonal property in this area, reports
reaching the city from St. Andrew |
state that the Lakes Bridge which
Was just open to traffic after three |
,years, has been damaged, The
|Belleplaine Bridge near the St. |
|Andrew Church has also been)
damaged, and a woman, Bthel,
| Beckles of Cane Garden, St. An- |
drew, reported that her cow,}|
which was in calf and worth!
$220.00 has been carrfed away by
the waters, Part of the wall en-
closing Combermere School]
|ground has alsc been damaged.

There were further unconfirmed
reports of loss of small livestock
carried away by the flood waters
in the country districts,



His Excellency Visits
Flood Area
His Excellency the Governor,
accompanied by his A.D.C. visit-

$s and ed the flood area after the lull in
airfield. |the weather.

The waters rushing down from
the country districts and converg-

ithe bridge at Bridge Road, com-|
|pletely covering the field of canes;
on the eastern side of the bridge,
and the vegetation on the other
side. At Harmony Hall it rose
above the bridge, and spreading |
out, flooded the Weymouth, Har-|
rison College and Queen's Park |
grounds, turning them into a veri-|
table sea. |

Traffic using Harmony Hall and!
Constitution was _ diverted to
Bridge Road and Martindale’s Rd.
where the water did not cover the
road, and River Road, At one,
time, traffic which used Bridge}
Road had to go down Bank Hall
Cross Road andinto Bank Hall
Main Road to reach the city.

In the danger area, squads of|
Harbour policemen stood by in}
trucks with row boats to assist in|
evacuating people if the necessity |
arose, In the country districts, |
the police were also alerted, and
at Holetown, some residents had
to be assisted over the river of
water,

Early available rainfall returns
were astoundingly high, and gave
an indication of the volume of
water which had fallen during the |

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—





OCTOBER 16, 1952



oe

100 YARDS

the Park from Constitution one
was filled for once,

Delamere Land Flooded | (XK.

Residents Leave Homes

After Heavy Rainfall

THE TRAGEDY of. the night of August 31st and Sep-
1949 when eight lives were lost and some
$30,000 worth of property lost or damaged, was almost
repeated yesterday morning in the Halls Road, Constitu-
tion-Delamere area where flood waters resulting from the

nree years

agie occurrence of
t into an angry river.

Prizes For Books

And English Verse

On the recommendation
of its Poetry Panel’, the
Arts Council of Great

Britain has agreed to offer
two prizes of £225 each
for:—

(a) a first book of original

English verse by a liv-

ing poet published dur-

ing the period January

Ist, 1951 — June 30th,

1953; and

a book of original Eng-

lish verse by a living

poet published during

a a same period.
ie conditions

will apply:— hee

(1) The poet must be a
citizen of the British
Commonwealth or the
Republic of Ireland,

(2) Verse translations,
verse plays, collected
or selected poems pre.
viously published, are
not eligible.

(3) Entries should be sub-
mitted by the poet
himself, or by a pub-
lisher or agent acting
on the poet's behalf,
and should reach the
Arts Council of Great
Britain, 4 St. James’
Square, London, 8.W.1,
not later than July 31st,
1953.

(4) The’ entries will be
adjudicated by the fol-
lowing judges:—

Mr. J. Compton
(Chairman)
Mr. G, 8S. Fraser
Mr. John Hayward
Mr. William Plomer
Miss C. V. Wedgwood

(5) The judges’ decision is
final. Neither prize will
be awarded if, in the
opinion of the judges,
none of the volumes
submitted is of suffi-
ciently high quality.

(6) Both prizes may not be
won by the same poet.

(b)

* The membership of the
Poetry Panel is as follows:—
J Compton, C.B.E, (Chair.
man), Rieharl Church, Cecil
Day Lewis, C.B.E., Sir George

Rostrevor Hamilton, Christe-
pher Hassall, John Hayward,
Jobn Lehmann, L. A. G.
Strong.



CONSTITUTION UNDER FLOOD WATERS |

A PANORAMIC VIEW of the Constitution and Delamere Districts Showing the entire area under water.



Tot Rr

YESTERDAY'S WEATHE! REPORT

nfall for

lighest Temperature F

Wind Velocit 7 mile

Barometer (8 a 019 (3 3a 4

Sunrise; 5.5
Sunset: 5
Moon
Lighting: 6
Migh Tide

Advorate

PRICE: FIVE CENTS

E YEAR PLAN

OF WATER





| CONSTITUTION ROAD was under water for a distance of about 100 yds.

_ MIDDLE EAST
(DEFENCE TALKS |
‘BEING PLANNED

LONDON, Oct. 15
An Anglo-American top level
conference of naval and military
chiefs on the Middle East defence

of ingratitude, and gave he
proposal on the oil dispute
The British note to |



is being planned for the near ‘ itai
future on the island of Malta, demand that Britain pay
authoritative sources said on resuming negotiations over

Wednesday
The conference which may start
next week, is expected to include

now nationalized.
At the same time Britain issued
1 special statement setting forth



TODAY



p9
Last Quarter, October 1
” pt

1% am 20 p.m

Low Tide: 8.14 a.m, 837 pa

Income Tax
Commissioner

Arrives

Mr. George J. Finch of Englangt
who has been appointed Commis -
sioner of Incgme Tax and Death
Duties on agreement for three
years, arrived here yesterday
morning im the French ss. De

ovew ited Kingdom

i890. Mr
Lonaon
Mined th






reured trom





the posta Liaermaetos siet
Controller am Depirtuicnti
Claims Branch!” Sin@e 1951, he bh

been employed by* the United

Nations ¢s Expert on Taxation and

s such has recently carried out an

nvestigation into the taxation sys-
n cf Eeuador and Colombia

U.K. Sends Stern
Reply “o Iran

(By JACK FOX)

LONDON, Oct. 15.

BRITAIN ANGRILY CHARGED Premier Mohammed
Mossadegh today with misrepresentations, accused Iran

r a virtual “take it or leave it”
ran rejected Dr. Mossadegh's
£ 49,000,000 as the condition of
ihe vast oilfields and refineries



.

Admiral Robert Carney, Com-| Britain's displeasure at the Iranian d Cann
er et of the North] conduct and seemed to invite Dy Atamie es

antic Treaty's southern Euro-| Mossadegh to go through with his 2
pean sector, Field Marshal Vis-| threat to sever diplomatic rela-+ Hailed As
count Montgomery, Deputy Su-| tions, ;
preme Commander of NATO Britain told the Premier his| Great Weapon
Admiral Earl Mountbatten, Brit- policy of sending ultimatums ac-
ish Commander-in-Chief of the} companied by time limits was not! By JOSEPH L. MYLER

Mediterranean fleet, and General} “likely to further friendship be-
Sir Brian Robertson, Commander-| tween the peoples of the countrics

in-Chief of the British Mid-East| concerned”, and denounced the
force. closing of consulates and Iran's
Neither the War Offiee nor thejrefusal to accept Mr. Rober!

Ministry of Defence would make} Hankey’s appointment as British | ;

any official comment, It was re=| Ambassador early this year.
ported however that the confer-
ence will decide on final plans for Fair Settlement

The note repeated that Britain

defence arrangements in the East >
| want to reach a fair settlement
ie nek on he dispute and considered it

rere ee y and
and the creation of a

A
Defence Board which in
would appoint i

Supreme\ Truman proposal.
Commander.

UP. . Britain would continue to back
ithe Anglo-Iranian Oil Company in
preventing the sale of Iranian oi!
until an agreement is reached. The



turn! could be found in the Churchill. | significant.



ABERDEEN,

Army secretary,
junior, hailed the
ttomic cannon at
emonstration on

Maryland, Oct. 15
Frank Pace
world’s first

its first public

Wednesday as

1 mighty weapon for winning
|buttlefleld victories at a “mini-
mum cost”. Pace called’ the
development of the five-ton,
jeleven-inch rifle now being pro-
duced im quantity ae most
He said it opens up

a new field of land combat,
The secretary spoke at the
army proving ground here. In

addition to showing off its atomic
}gun, the army also demonstrated



. Royal navy implemented that ‘the manoeuvreability of three of
policy by preventing foreignfits “newest and most formidable
Supporting tankers from carrying oil fromjtanks.” In putting the new gun
Y «\badan to world markets, and the|ithrough its paces, the army used
Gov. Stevenson note made it clear that it would]only conventional munitions
continue —UP.

WASHINGTON, Oct, 15

The ‘** big three” of the United
States most powerful labour //r stronger than the note. It ob-
lunions are joined on record be-| served that Iran had expressed
hind a presidential candidate for} their desire to strengthen friendly
jthe first time in the country's/| relations, .
i history Her Majesty’s government
| The ‘leadership of with | Cannot however reconcile similar
8,000,000 members 1.0 tote ome on buset = wa oe
dee. a \ rae >| wanian Gevernment w e mis-
ig Se gapetnne membe re representations of Dr. Mossa-
a ints degh’s reply to the joint proposals,

OTREsS ‘on (and with observations on the so-
fighting for Democratic candidate) cajjied “imperialist” policy of Her

| Labour Unions
|

A foreign office statement was

A.F.L,
the C
and the:

Independent
are out and



Franklin D
early
career,
| The A.F.L. at its recent con-
vention broke the 7l-year “aon-
jintervention” pact when delegates
jvoted to throw the weight of

‘the House of Labour”

Roosevelt during the} ran has always been the aim of
years of his presidential] the policy of Her Majesty’s Gov-
ernment and that the fate of
Persia would have been very dif-
ferent if the British power influ-
ence which Dr. Mossadegh brands
as ‘imperialism’ had not been
thrown into the scale on her side.

“Memories are short but the
Iranian people will at least not
have forgotten the events of 1946."

Britain was referring to Russian

[Adlai E, Stevenson, This is the} Majesty’s Government toward
first time all three unions have} jran.

publicly endorsed a candidate for Short Memories
President at the same time! «The Iranian Government know
although they were lined Up] fyll well that the maintenance,
together in support of the sate independence and integrity of

107 of
behind Stevenson. The C.1.O, this
year as in the past is fully allied
with the Democrats.



No Trick Can End
Korean War

SPOKANE, Washington,
Oct, 15
Governor Adlai Stevensor
warned “there’s no trick that can
bring a quick end’ to fighting in
Korea and accused General Eis-
enhower of combining politics
with the conflict there.
The Democratic candidate pron
ised that “I intend to run a cleat
and honest Government,” —U.P.

Cost Of Living
Com. To Study W.1.

The establishment of a
nent committee in each West
Indian colony to study and advise
on the fluctuations of the cost of
living in each colony from time
to time was mooted,

Such a committee would be
given the right to advise all eco-







perma-

' United Mine Workers led by military encroachment on North| nomic matters according to
John L, Lewis broke the prece- Iran which ended when the]resolution to be proposed at the
; ;cent of sixteen years standing by United States and Britain forced|Ninth Congresg of Incorporated
‘going on record for the present the Soviet hand in the UnitedjChambers of Commerce of the
dministration party, Nations. British Caribbean, which opens

1 —U.P. —U.P.!in British Guiana on Monday

Stretching across the picture in the middle distance is a river of
Some of the homes in the right background were evacuated.

l



water flowing over Constitution







PAGE TWO
Caub C
R. TREVOR GALE, Adver- Ta. Reside In Dominica
tising Manager of the R. R. E. ALLFREY. a Con-
Advocate and Mrs. Gale returned sultant Engigeer of London,
from. England by the De Grasse | non ia taveeue = caleort
yesterday ote y prior to in n to Don
Mr. Gale covered the Olympic ee ee ia + -t¢)
P inica where intends to sett
Games at Helsinki for-the Advo- He eats erncns ‘the passengers
cate Newspaper and later spent dattvt Prom Geatend ‘bs ms
a holiday in England where he the Crean seeetae subtnien
also went on business on. behalf
of the Company. He told Carip that hi vife’s
In: July, he was joinéd by Mrs. ,-erents. and family are ftom
Gale who took a holiday off from Dominica and he is now on his
her duties as Secretary-Treasur vay to join them.
of St. Michael's Girls’ School. Mr, Allfrey has already bought
Mr, and Mrs, Gale were, mct 4 p:operty in Roseau and hopes
at the Customs by Hon. ; ~ to purchase an estate there soon,
ale, « > ar Mrs. ac :
oan ot Te S ae . Medico Intransit
| Seas J[NTRANSIT gy the De Grasse
Intransit To Grenada yesterday morning from Eng-

ON’BLE, J. B. RENWICK,

Solicitor and Hon'ble D. A
Henry, Barrister-at-Law, both of
Grenada were arrivals in the S.S.
De Grasse yestetday morning
from England.

Mr. mwick who was accom-
panied }y his wife, represented
the Windward Islands at the
Colonial«Office in connection with
the exafhination of Canada-West
Indies Trade problems.

Mr. Henry spent about
months holiday in the U.K.

They expect to return home to-
day by the Canadian Cruiser.

D. ADAMS,

In The News
M* LLOYD
Treasurer of Messrs. Con-
solidated Paper Sales, Ltd. of

Montreal, Canada, and Mr. Rob-
ert J. Clarke, Editor and Mana-
ger of the St. Maurice Valley
Chronitle of Three Rivers,
Canada; expect ,to. leave the
island today after spending aoout
nite days’ holiday as guests at
the=Hotel Royal.

Mr.- Adams and Mr. Clarke
told Ca®ib*that they had a pleas-
ant and wable stay in Barba-
dos and they -regret that they
could not remai longer.

While here they had the
pleasure of being shown.over the
Advocate by Hon. V* ©, Gale.
They hope to return.soon

four

WOMEN’S CLUB
“ENTERTAINS
EADY SAVAGE

ESTBRDAY afternoon the
members of the Women's
Club “entertained Lady Savage to
tea at the residence of Dr. and
Mrs. A. W. Scott, ““Woodside,” Bay
Street.

The..Woodside Literary Club
was founded in 1947 by Mrs. Scott
who -beeame its first President.
Mrs. R. A. Sealy is the Secretary.

Its..primary function was to
train women in public speaking
in order to assist them to acquire
a measure of self confidence, to
stimulate an interest in current

affairs and to widen their outlook —

in literary and cultural flelds,

The Club which is a non profit
making eoneern and is non poli-
tical, ~meets. once monthly at
Woodside. where members _ in-
variably take part in discussion,
debate .and issue or listen to’ lec-
tures,

It is however, now the general
feeling among members that the
time has come when they should
widen their scope of activities to
embrace other fields of endeavour
such ®s So¢ial welfare and other
voluntary work and in order to
do so théy agreed to chahge the
namé of the Club to Women's
Club,

Among the objects of the Club
will be to arrange for the hold-
ing of Lectures and discussions
and debates and all such activi-
ties as would cater to the Literary
and Cultural improvement of
women; to encourage women to
take a practical and intelligent
interest in civic affairs, to give
practical assistance in yoluntary
social welfare work, to co-operate
with and support other organisa-
tions engaged in similar actiyi-
ties, and to offer to members re-
creational facilities in the playing
of indoor games, card games and
lawn tennis,

It is also the wish of the mem-
bers acquire their own’ Club
House where proper facilities for
rest and recreation will be pro-
vided

to

Rabelais ever revisit this

Â¥F.

1 earth, and can spare a few
moments from Chinon, let him
go to a certain mountain inn of
the. Vosges, where I saw a sight
a stalwart little lad of ten months;
to warm the heart,

The son of the innkeeper was
solid, square, and broad-shoul-
dered. They brought him to a table
and. he gripped a spoon and ate
gre@dily a huge plate of vegetable



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Jand on his way back to Trinidad
was Dr. H. Hamilton who quali-
fied at Middlesex Hospital, Lon-
con University.

Dr. Hamilton hopes to take up
an appointment with the Trini-
aad Government.

Attended U.K. Course

R. FITZ A CLARKE, Assist- *

ant Electrical Inspector of
Guiana, arrived here yes-
terday morning by the De Grasse
from England where he spent six
months on a Government course
doing Electrical Installation In-
spection work.

The course was arranged by the
government of British Guiana
with the Eastern Electricity Board
of England.

Mr. Clarke Stopped off in
Barbados for a short stay with his
relatives before returning home
He is a guest of Mr. and Mrs
E. F. McLeod of Wellington
Street.

Mr. Clarke
are cousins.

Also returning from the
yesterday by the De Grasse
Mr. H. Brathwaite of the
communications Department of
British Guiana. He had attended
a six-month course of instruction
in telecommunications. He left
later in the afternoon on the ship
for Trinidad on his way home

British

has



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ana

U.K,
was

Tele-















. Charles McKenzic

Completed Course

ETURNING on the SS. Sea
Breeze from the United
Kingdom were Mr. David Mac-
Kenzie, som of Mz md Mrs

and Mr. Norman

Archer who have completed a
Course of training with the Ford
Motor Company Litd., at Dagen-

ham, England.

After completing their studies
they toured several countries in
Europe including France, Luxem-
burg, Switzerland and Italy.

During their stay in Italy,
David who was travelling with
some Catholic friends had a

private audience with the Pope at
the Vatican. The two young men
will be joining the staff of Messrs
Charles McEnearney & Company

Ltd.
Good Luck

R. CECIL JACK, son of Mr.
R. N. Jack, Acting Labour
Commissioner and Mrs. Jack, left
the island yesterday afternoon by
B.W.LA. for Grenada to take up
appointment as Assistant
Agriculturist at the Cocoa Indus-
try Improvement Scheme

Cecil has recently completed
course at the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture, Trinidad
and had been spending some time
with his parents.

Althoygh his many friends will
be glad to hear of his new
appointment yet his absence will
no doubt mean the loss of a young
pianist to music lovers.

Cecil assures us that he will be
coming back next year and till
then Carib joins in wishing him
good luck in his new job.



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Open Day Postponed

PEN DAY of the Harrison

College Old Boys’ Associa-

tion which was scheduled to take

place at Harrison College to-day

will now be held Thursday,
November 6.

There will be a cricket match
between the Past and Present
day Harrisonians followed by a
cocktail party.



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for Conservatory Of Music |
R. JOHN TULL, British Gui-!
anesé tenor singer recently
left the island on a visit to St.
Lucia before going on to the
Conservatory of Music, Toronto
to continue his musical studies.
Mr, Tull who spent about two
months in the island, -had -just





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FOR THURSDAY,

OCTOBER
Look in the section in which your

16, 1952.

birthday comes and

find what your outlook is, according to the stars.

Â¥ ARIES OS, ligations should be followed.

completed a 12-months’ tour Of] "44 St sapeu gb carsfully, “Don't overestimate; conserve 2
the Caribbean. energy for the emergencies we all

Music lovers were treated to & x mass. '
programme of cinepont songs *
over Rediffusion and later to,

scessfu erformance TAURUS Thought, integrity are the words. In all
Gakic Ge oe mt K sprit 21—May 20 pe wy Saaiedied, elnamiaia: be pices

No doubt the experience gained sane. Future security depends on how
on his tour will serve him in we conduct business and other personal
good stead in his studies in affairs NOW. +
Harmony and Voice which he mM +. !
started with the Royal School of x GEMINI Search for your advantages and continue
Music. May 2i—June 21 gtriving to hold them. Otherwise, you'll

Back From U.K.
FTER spending about four
months’ holiday in the
United Kingdom, Mr. K. E. Mc-
Kenzie, Manager of Neils Planta-

*

* June 22—July 23

find matters topsy-turvy. Don’t act or

talk out of turn.

Some unfriendly influences that could be
annoying. Stop to ponder more carefully
before acting, Associate with and listen 3

CANCER

tion, St. Michael and Mrs. to intelligently busy people.
McKenzie, returned home yester- x ww
day morning in the SS. De LBO Might as well make. this day busy 3
Grasse. XK sary %—Aug. 22 fROM THE START. Don't risk chances
Also returning by the De of making faulty moves; study, research. >
Grasse from England yesterday * *
were Mrs. R. A, Johnson, mother * VIRGO Don't tabu assistance, but use your
of Mrs. Harold Newsam of aed Aug. %3—Sept. 23 judgment, also, Promote your interests
dale, Hastings and Mrs. A. R. V. aad een healthy friendships. Avoid
Newsam whose husband is an} soubencs to worry.
assistant master at the ae * +
School.
i ils or
Mrs. Newsam went over to pur *& LIB’ Waste no time on needless deta
her daughter Catherine to school | = fussing. Watch your adversary, know

at the Hall, Wincanton, Somerset !
and afterwards remained for a
holiday.

Rural Dean, Berbice

HE REV. ROBERT GRAY, |
Rector of All Saints Angbi-|

can Church in New Amsterdam, |
Berbice, left by the De Grasse |
yesterday evening for Trinidad
on his way home after spending |
four months’ holiday in England. |
He said that he had an enjoyable
holiday and was looking forward |
to returning to his work. i
Rev. Gray is Rural Dean of}
Berbice. i



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’

* SAGITTARIUS

CAPRICORN

ix
ie

GAL

YES SIR THAT'S MY

Sept. %—Oct. 23 vat he is doing. Think carefully.

*

In business career,
slowly enough to be truly careful now.
Personal efforts and habits need atten-
tion, also domestic affairs, Check!

- reales
Je suggest a short breather in ear
ae Be a review obligations. Few ever
lost taking pains. Be satisfied with fair

gains. +
Try to finish task early, that period is +

most generous and enlivening. Later in
day, ast interests hold favoured spot-

light.

SCORPIO

Nov. 23—Dec. 22

Dec. 23—Jan. 21

; peas t
Broaden your interests, activities. Smar
propositions offered, but choose discreetly,

*

4 , 4 ' aN
Watching vital and essential daily ma
ters are musts, Be steady like your Sign
generally, and you can attain many
reasonable desires. Romance favoured.

aro itable, with grit,
N TODAY: are steady, charitable, ;
oulde tually, otay manner. Skill for mere —
in blic speaking, literature, act ing. n
cuamn, Avoid being stubborn, don’t wear down eueeey
Bh thdate of: Noah Webster, Amer, lexicographer, journalist,
Saaene O'Neill, dramatist; Mervyn Le Roy, screen director.

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AQUARIUS
Jan. 22—Feb. 20

PISCES
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GUN HILL

ANIMAL FLOWER CAVE
(Sea Anemone)
S4â„¢ LORD'S CASTLE
(Home of sie
Visitors to Island like to see these
places just as they are glad to see
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Barbados.







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PICTURE SHOWS:
C. E. Clarke,

(left to
Mrs. R, N. Jack,

Hon. Secretary-Treasurer, and Mrs,

yesterday.

King Farouk And Fam

right): Mrs. 8. R. Taylor, Mrs.
Mrs. Joyce Sealy, Hon.

H.
Secretary-Tr

ily

Arrive at Santa Marinella

SANTA MARINELLA,

‘ Oct. 15.
Former King Farouk of Egypt,
who found things a bit expen-
sive on the vacation island of
Capri, arrived with his family
Wednesday to make a temporsry
home in a second class hotel at

this seaside resort town.

The exiled monarch, ex-Queen
Narriman, baby King Ahmend
Fuad II, and King Farouk’s three

daughters by his first marriage
arrived at their new home
“Villa of Palms” at 3 p.m. aboard
a chartered bus that brought
them here from Sorrento,

The party left their suite in
the luxurious Paridiso hotel at
Capri early this morning and
went as far as Sorrento on the

Italian mainland aboard the tiny
steamer Linda.

The crowd of 300 at this town
35 miles north of Rome cheered
wildly as King Farouk, smoking
cigar and wearing dark sun
glasses as usual, squeezed himself

a

AY ss.

soup, and after that a deep dish

of roast pork and gnocchi. He
howled for more, beating his
spoon against the table. His

father ignored the uproar, so the
excellent little rascal clambered
on to the table and stamped vio-
lently on his empty plate in a
dance of rage that shook the room,
His mother said to me, “He is hav-
ing trouble with his teeth.” I
can well believe it.

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out of his seat just behind the
bus driver and stepped out for

his first look at “home” a four-
storey stucco villa that is a far
cry from the luxurious paiaces

he enjoyed once as King.

The “Villa of Palms” which the
Royal Family will oceupy for a
few months while looking around
for something more permanent
was selected by Farouk’s Italian
attorney. The ex-King did not
appear disappointed at what he
saw.

After Farouk and the ex-Queen
stepped out of the bus another
cheer went up from the crowd.
The same thing happened when
Farouk’s three daughters emerged
from the bus. The great gates of
the “Villa of Palms” were thrown
open and Farouk’s bus drove |
over the gravel roadway through
the little park of palm trees to |
the left of the villa, and stopped |
at the main entrance. |

—U.P, |

|

By Beachcomber

Gourmet

For the

oO” my return home there
awaited me news of what

an American paper calls, with

masterly understatement, “an un-

usual dinner wine.” It is a
“crackling carbonated vin rose,”
and would probably go rather

well with the lobster and choco-
late sauce,

$1.20

T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)

YOUR SHOE STORE
PHONE:



A. W. Scott chatting at the Women’s Literary Society tea party



A. Vaughn, Lady Savage, Mrs.
easurer, Mrs. Allamby, Assistant

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THURSDAY,



Delamere

Land
Flooded

@ From Page 1

early hours of the morning. At
Hdletown, between 6 am. and
10.30 a.m. 4 inches and 22 party
were recorded, while at Four
Roads, there were 4 inches and 30
parts At District “C”, the fall
between 6 aam. and !0 aim. was 3
inches and 25 parts

Communications Broken

Telephonic communications at
District “D’, District “E” and Dis-
trict “F’ were disrupted, and al-
though there were two reported
cases of “line” trouble on Rediffu-
sion, these were quickly repaired,
and by mid-day everything was
back to normal. St. Philip was
reported to be without electricity
for the entire morning yesterday.
There were however no reports of
loss of life or damage to property
n this area. ;

In St. George the rain prevented
workers in the field from doing
anything much. Many residents
during the morning were on the
lookout for something disastrous
and some of them even carried
their livestock into their houses
for fear of their being washed
away

Busy Time

St. Peter's residents also had a
busy time and some of the roads
in that parish were almost im-
passable, Heavy rainfalls were re-
ported in that area from 7 a.m.
and these falls continued for about
three hours accompanied by thun-
der and lightning. Some of the
schools were closed down as chil-
dren were unable to leave their
homes.

In St. Philip water on the roads
prevented people from coming out
in the Marchfield District and
there was no work done in the
fields throughout the day. However
there was no damage reported in
this area.

The rain began to fall during
the early hours of the morning

after a clear end starry
night, holding off for a
while. On the dawn of day,
thick overhanging clouds hov-
ered over the entire island,
breaking into torrential rains

about six o’clock. They were ac-
companied by low, rumbling peals
of thunder and sharp flashes of
lightning, and continued to fall
heavily until shortly before nine
o’clock when there was a lull. The
morning remained overcast with
light drizzles falling, and occasion-
al peals of thunder and lightning.
With the lull, the water began to
subside rapidly, leaving the streets
murky with the debris which it
brought with it.

City clerks, school children and
other persons who had business
in the city were delayed, arriving
at their respective destinations
late. The schools in the city were
lismissed for the day.

Work on the plantations was
impossible, and some of the
urban and sub-urban districts,
residents were marooned for more

OCTOBER 16, 1952
WALL







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Barbados Gets
Five Year Plan

BROKEN DOWN



COMBERMERE WALL (looking from Halls Road) shows a break in the fence which was supposed to

withstand heavy flood waters.

than three hours. Work on the
waterfront was also held up, but
passengers arriving by the De
Grasse came ashore.

In the Careenage, the gunwales
of lighters bobbed up and down
above the level of the lamd, and
schooners and motor vessels tied
up alongside the wharf seemed
deserted. The tide was high, and
at the mouth of the Constitution
River, the back current from the
careenage turned the water into
a swirling pool.

Despite the weather, a few
hawkers came to town and took
up their positions on shop steps,
while for the first time in many
days, the familiar cry of sea eggs}
sea eggs! was heard along Roebuck
Street.

Schools Dismissed

Fruit and Vegetable vendors did
little trade in the alleys of the city
yesterday because of the rainfall.
In some of the alleys however they
still had a few sales.

Most of the schools were dis-
missed yesterday and the children
had a day of rest to prepare for
work on the following day.

In some of the country districts
rain left the fields sodden and un-



EVACUATION: People came out
of their houses as the water rose to
danger height.



TWO RESIDENTS of Third Avenue, Delamere Land Wade through
knee-deep water to carry their bed and furniture to safety when the
flood waters forced them to evacuate their homes.

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der water. This rain although not
much, a planter said will do a lot
of good to the crop. He went on
to say that it not only helped the
crop but the extremely hot weather
which was experienced a few days
ago.

Scavengers were kept busy
nearly all day clearing the roads
of the debris left in the wake of
the flood waters

The rain however held up
shortly after midday and people
were able to carry on their usual
routine business.

No severe damage was done to
any of the cables or mains to the
Gas. Co., Electric Co., Telephone
Co. or Rediffusion. Minor things
were soon put back in order.

On The Waterfront

Continuous rains impeded the
progress of \work on the water-
front yesterday morning, and as a
result vessels which were lying
at anchor in the harbour were un-
able to discharge their cargoes.

Early in the morning, the wharf
was partially deserted, but by 1
o’clock, when there was a change
in the weather, labourers resumed
work as if under normal] condi-
tions.

Rainfall Figures

Rainfall figures from the various
districts were as follows:—

Central 2.60 parts

Dist. A. 2. 4 4,
B.-3 Oe --+5
O. 3,78 - ;
” D. Line out of order
E.
F

Holetown 4.20 parts
Crabhill Line out of order.
Four Roads 4.42 parts
Belleplaine 2.70

Seawell 2.36



TRAFFIC

In Carlisle Bay

—
Sohooners:=- Belqueen, Marion Belle
Wolfe, Zita Wonita, Mandalay IJ., Fran-
ces W. Smith, Burma D., Marea Henri-
etta, Laudalpha, Gita M., Confident I. G.
Motor Vessels Blue Star, T. B
Radar, Jenkins Roberts
ARRIVALS
S.S. Hersilia, 2,217 tons from Amster-
dam under Captain J. V. D. Piatt.
Agents:— S. P. Musson & Sons, Ltd.

M.V. Jenkins Roberts, 204 tons from St.
Kitts under Captain G Fergusson
Agents:— A. E. Harris & Co

S.S. De Grasse, 10,333 tons from Mar-
tinique under Captain F Prigent
Agents: Rf. M. Jones & Co., Ltd

$’S. Tonian Leader, 4380 tons from
Paramaribo under Captain D, Zessimatos
Agents Robert Thom Ltd

Sch. Confident 1.G., 40 tens from St
Lucia under Captain J. Memming. Con-
signed to the Schooner Owners’ Associa-
tion

Sch. Laudalpha
under Captain R

60 tons from St
Gumbs

Lucia
Consigned to

the Schooner Owners’ Association

Sch. Gita M., 32 tons from St, Vineent
under Captain W. Rose Consigned te
the Schooner Owner Association

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Co-operative Society
Get Certificate
The Registrar of Co-operative

Societies, Mr, C. C. Skeete, last
night presented the People’s Con-

sumers Co-operative Society with
their certificate of registration.
The presentation was made

through their Secretary Mr. J, M.
Hewitt when the Society held a

meeting at the Modern High
School.

During a short address before
making the presentation, the

Registrar said that the objects of
the Society was to purchase goods
from stores, and suitable articles
of all kinds to sell to members
and divide the profits in propor-
tion after paying interest etc.,
and to encourage thrift, self-help
and co-operation among members

to improve their economic con-
ditions.

My. F. E. Miller, M.C.P.. was
Chairman at the meeting, and

during his opening remarks, he
referred to the co-operative
movement and the present legis-
lation affecting it.

Presenting the report, the Sec-
retary said that the occasion was
a red letter day for the Society.
It had become more than ever
evident when it was seen that
Government would support co-
operatives they had to put in
some spade work.

The Society was proud to» be
the first Consumers’ Society and
accepted the challenge to their
responsibility.

But he would mention tnat the

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i over $1,000,000 had
provided respect of o,
living allowances ($613,000), im-
crements ($140,000), pension
($105,396), salary revision ($100
000) and = passages ($100,000)
Further commitments by 1956
age — increments ($400,000) an
pensions ($150,000). In addition
ihe Government is under oblig
tion to review the emoluments o
the majority of the service an
Ss Errol Dos Santos is
ly investigating the matte:
he Government is not
that in some instances the
taxpayer is receiving full value
for the money spent It i
tended to undertake a review
the hours of work and

efficiency of departments
Reservations
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preseni-

satis-

in-

provision has

been made in re@pect of the fol-

have
the

which will
consideration in

lowing matters
to receive
future

Federation.
No firm figures
Une potential cost
Won are available.
inisterial Status.
Discussions are
regarding the development o.
ministerial responsibility. Au-
ditional recurrent
ture will be involved, but
is unlikely to be onerous.
Local Government,
The incidence of aly in-
creased costs arising froin
the implementation of the
Maude Report will have to
be determined.
British Union Oil Company.
A claim for compensation in

(4)
regard)

ot

(b)

ue

(e)

(d)

respect of the leases abro-
gated by the Petroleum Aci,
1950, is under consideration.

if compensation does become
payable, it is anticipated thut
compensation will be linked
to production, and, there-
fore, covered by Revenue.
Civil Servants’ Widows and
Orphans Pensions.

The Government Actuary ot
the United Kingdom has re-
ported that to set up a Fun |
(instead of the presen
scheme) would require a
lump sum payment of the ot
der of $225,000 and an an
nual contribution of $30,00
by the Government. Furthe:
more, Government annua
revenues would be reduce
by $37,000 representing th
contributions of Civil Ser
vants which in future wou!
be paid to the Fund and n
to the Government. The ma!
ter is being investigated.

17. The Government is anxiou

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fence and has also considered

possibility of making a contribu-
tion towards the cost of a second |
Caribbean Battalion which is | |
be established }
The Government regrets that
for the present it. has not been
possible to make such provisio

but a token figure of $10,000 ha
been included

Tourist Indusrrv

18. The Government recognize
ihat re tourist industry i 4
mportant factor in tne develop-
inent of the economy of thie
Island not only as regards hotels,
but in almost every avenue oi
cmployment. The Government

willing consider represents
ions which may be made to en-
courage the industry

19. Representations have bec
made regarding the operation o,
Income Tax and Death Duties i:
relation to overseas visitors. A
present a visitor, without proe-
perty in the Island, is subject le
income tax after four years (as

habitual visitor) on all remit
tances received in the Island, o1
immediately, if they own proper-
ty in Barbados, on the annual
value of the property or other
local income plus any remit-
tances. It is true that such
visitors whose governments have
a double taxation agreement with
Barbados do not have to pay
more in taxation, but the work
of local assessment etc., and re-
presentations for refund is a sub-
stantial burden,

20. It is proposed to amend
the law to provide that all visit-
ors whose period of residence
does not exceed six months in any
one yent shall net be subject to
Barbados incomé tax provided
that they satisfy the Commis-
sioner that they have paid tax
to another Government, As re-
gards death duties and sueces-
sion duties, the value of the
local estate will be dutiable, but
without reference to any over-
seas assets.

Roads in Barbados

21. The cost of construction
and maintenance of roads in Bar-
is excessive in relation to
the Government revenues. The
Government is not satisfied that
there is sufficient economy in ex-
penditure, or that the present
standards are in all cases neces-
sary in relation to traffic densi-
ties or that the present system

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News From Britain

LONDON. Iw Vaughan Jones

THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 16, 1952



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DIARIES! ‘|

TOUGH BREAK FOR

DIARIES!
Collins Pocket and Desk Diaries

of ADVOCATE

= Ragen at So Se Gcaw ee police force, a judiciary, a two-











































Labour, under Churcnill's C on chamber legislature ana an exec- MR ROSE now opened at
nied ty ie Arete Orv Lads Revd =v MrT Jn all-out “victory. It was a \de- ing’ in that the flow of certain the World ‘Legislature tobe ° m ADVOCATE STATIONERY
icive g 0: J rkers. But types of o s “ i
Thursday, October 16, wat frente s amagg now, Nia, ceed, mayne Seg lon ae By NEWELL, ROGERS eae
Rave an Cote ae ee ee ear | ad most are light engineering pro- income. A POLICEMAN watched while g“burglar” | 9 0) 44; requirements of - - -
Fron, October 20, unless last ducts, including motor vehicles, Suggestions for progressive} ‘ broke into a mansion in Beekman Place. 7 ee,

a Sere . neawe her- 2nd textile machinery,
malnute negotiations prov einla. Fortunately, the sale on heavy
ing ‘workers will ban piece-work el waa, os —
and overtime. Thus a precedent ;4¢ks and machine is still
for other trades will have been increasing. At the same time, sup-
set plies of steel to the manufacturers









disarmament over the next twelve

- LUMBER & SHINGLES
WALABA POSTS, CEMENT
PAINTS and OILS
GALVANIZED and ALUMINUM SHEETS

% ~ 7
GREAT SIN
RECENTLY in private conversation an

Englishman holding high office in the West

Showman Billy Rose was breaking into his
own home.

For a year Mrs. Eleanor Holm Rose, the ex-
swimming star occupied the hoyse under a

tatives were present to
those Utopian ideas. So delegates
could only assert Communist

Indies described a leading Communist of The thirty leaders of the are improving. segeeldeneaets woud at nave} court order that kept Billy out. When she
the area as a charming person. The same | U/0ns “oe hdl one ne 8 eee ae Serena agpee y had! won a separation suit she went to Florida. and
J 7 made no move to meet the medi- o ? a 5 ,
day another official spoke of a Communist ation efforts of Sir Robert Gould, to oma ommarie, poem tag — af ¥l * bien i * ‘ The Roses owned an art Se ees All BUILDERS HARDWARE
: Pace J saa * Chief Conciliation Officer of the many, because the workers, w welcome visitor London| jing Rembrandts, Ve uez and Renoirs, Bi .

agttptor Se SeeMnOnS Gute Seny te. Ere Minist:y a Labour who tried to one thing and another, are not next year will be Yugoslavia’s eR ee wAS — bj hav 3 , ’ from

bas 4 cae ekén Gin ie producing fast enough,’ and de- Marshal Tito. No, the British] Says suspicious bulky objects have bee S & CO, LTD
After seeing Sir Robert in a Soe be offered sufficient- people have not = suddenly| leaving the house. So he broke in to check WILKINSON & HAYNE " .

inclined towards Communism.
But they applaud any little

fellow who stands up against the

big fellow. And Tito has stood

London hotel, they made it clear

Nobody wants to start a witch-hunt in that they were angry that the

the British Caribbean nor to suggest that
Communism is an immediate threat to our
liberties. But it may well be asked
whether those who hold responsible posi-
tions in the British Caribbean are adopt-
ing the right attitude to this deadly political
philosophy which has enslaved so many
millions of free peoples? Communists
have already established themselves firmly
in British Guiana, Trinidad and Jamaica

Certainly the number of orders
cn hand will keep the heavy en-
posi eae _ gineering industry in full employ-
mi f nother year at least.
two pound a week pay rise. So ee ee i. Britain’s UP. against Stalin, in a world

, ‘ But after that, unless ritain’s where Co is” hapettes “tn
they are retaliating by carrying workers join in a big production the past on m te
out their previous threat to im- drive, which successfully com--starget for ee Fen Mo RS, a
pose the piece-work and over- petes with that of other nations, ~ purthermore. —— 2 eae
time ban. They indicated that the outlook is not so rosy. ing with Fo! ’ 4 outa rn -
their position was strong — for The same holds good in respect cae! has oa oe “Mi
not a single Union had voted of consumer goods too. Britain's chaestut ti na endly,
against their decision, although woollens and worsted goods have rful business, on a man to

— : : basis, A
some pf the Unions had ab- always been, and remain, popular og ttn ee 2 a
stained. the world over. But other house- Sats ters wi repre-

i hold goods are becoming much S@Ntatives of leaders of Stalin's
Phe oor ert en harder to sell, both on the conti- Satellite states, which have

while the policeman acted as a neutral ob-
server.

Sure enough, Billy announces, 90 per cent.
of the art collection is gone and silverware
once used by King George III.

Billy says he will guard what is left.
Eleanor is hurrying back from:Florida.

SURPRISED that Scandinavia is going to
fly a Los Angeles to Copenhagen route across
the North Pole, Pan-American Airways an-
nounces: ‘We have permission to do it too.

Successors to

C. S. PITCHER & CO.

Phones: 4413, 4472, 4687

' To

i i ; y usuall 5
and the President of the Caribbean Labour |means that a big damper has ol - _— bie uae pier ae take B place is. we When across-the-Pole flying starts, we shall
as > , 9een put on personal initiative “oO aa chambers, pee ek os chen ber an tek
ats ae ra aa ee — a ; work. Seen ace D NO eee nae roe an! come to nothing with the walk- o @a
Intth - 7 ney say, 1e€ Mass oO ie workers 7 *

; The second Parliamentary Con- Out of the Red representative.
will have less regard than ever ¢oience on

for the amount of goods that ;ttended

* * *
FLOWERS were heaped at the feet of a
London-born woman on the stage of the

Caribbean trade unions which are affiliated
to the International Confederation of Free

It is likely that Marshal Tito
stay in London at the

World Government, .-
by delegates from will

> e
hey produce for their wage iwenty-five countries, heard some Kensington home of the Yugoslav .
Trade Unions (which he represents) and packets. ; : coe Sruttn eee the nate Ambassador, Dr. Jose Brille), Metropolitan Opera House. Her arms vee ain
. ; Vi eiitceae Moscow. The Quick to give a warning note affairs when it met in London, who was a fellow partisan of ll, too. A sell-out audience clapped an °
those which aan allegiance to itish Carit 1as been Sir Harry Railing, Nigeria’s representative, Mr. Tito’s during the war. - : ed d whistled. Ballerina Alicia Mar-
Free Trade Unions of the British Carib- motemie of the big General Shettima cs er an to the ° r : atacast re - ae h titl le of Giselle after
ean illusions as to the menace of | Electric Company. world’s underdevelo territories Applications for seats to view] kova was back in the title role of Giselle 5
bean have no illu ‘il . she a ae Addressing the company's an- stressed that three quarters of the the, Coronation next year are] . COATS ree $5.58
ad heir | 1 The newspapers are full of
Communism and are setting their houses 1ual meeting in London, he world’s population live on less pouring into London, Fifty thous- severa years. . pape 413
inorder. How surprising it is then to hear sroaied ge spister WAGH, east Chan, Sams Bay cea ot ~ wore one J already been received] “the magic of Markova.” Says the New York CAPES .
4 é A : Trae Se linked wi greater produc- income. ese hundreds of mil- from America, one hundred thou- ° ; i
high ranking English officials dismiss ag jon. And the fullest use of all lions, he said, did not ‘want sand from other parts of the Times, “She continues almost unbelievably PANTS 3.92
“charming” individuals whose loyalties baeiere of production amet be “equality.” They mearely wanted noel chiefly Commonwealth ter-| to enrich this ballet . . . a masterpiece.
; (Py made to mee’ e prices of com- more food, better housing, better ritories. Cost of the seats ranges ;
are wholly foreign to the democratic mode _ [ petitors, medical and educational facilities from ten to thirty guineas. Ship- It must have been one of the great nights SOU’WESTERS

He summed up adequately the and more enjoyment of culture, ping
viewpoint of employers through- These were the real
out the country when he added: hyn,an society.

‘Our customers abroad will not India’s representative, Mr. H.
gay us for inefficient methods. Kamath asserted that the West,
Neither will they pay us for instead of weaning the Asiatic

of life which it has always been the goal
of the United Kingdom to introduce into
its Caribbean possessions.

in the life of the woman born Lillian Alicia
Marks.

and airlines are already

wants of booked to capacity. we

Many of tne visitors are plan-
ning to look up relatives for the
first time and will probably spend

Roll up and stow

igure eutsneon has Js an in- away in a large

; ; , ; 2 ; itai , ket or a_ golf
Far more applicable to the Caribbean of sre wee one, es, porate eoples from Commnunian, | were oe coaendan aa tials air ahaa ot vestigation by the Federal Trade Commission Dag! This lightweight
today is the outspoken editorial in i a, higher standard of living than ae te the Soviet Union wor- the Old World. | : to determine where the consumer’s dollar rainwear is in all men’s
i , 1952, in whic those of other suppliers.” caciaen . ‘ ; ; 2 sizes.
Magazine of September a He explained how all industries aches Sevan, be stated, one eve Britain’s town planners with} 8°€%- He wants to know how much goes to

worshipped Mammon. “You can-

: : «“ i in-
attention is called to “the sheer wicked wr tearenity Ged end Menu: ie

humanity of Communism and the wicked

and services were affected and

their housing development pro>
‘their prices mounted when any

labour, to material costs, to distribution, and }

jects are causing serious worry to 2
c : hich is the direct one branch increased its costs. Wa delegate, coloured the nation’s farming community. to profits. be . Colours :— Navy
ideology of communism which 1s the oened’ he said, = Congressman Adam Powell, spoke At bg as Ne THE history of the British colonies before }, Fawn ‘
cause of its frightful inhumanity, the eae and raw materials j), prighter tones and contradicted ™€nt Britain is losing fifty thous~ Gun Meta

they became the United States will get a
bigger share in the programme of New
York’s municipal schools. They want to
show how ideas and events in the colonies

imported from abroad had to be
reduced,

Trade competitors like Switzer-
and and Sweden, not to mention
he hard working ex-enemies Ger-

and acres to the builders annu-
ally, Much of this is first class
farming land. And if the building
schemes are all carried out, it will
mean a loss to the farmers of an

those who accuse Britain of per-
petuating “colonialism”, Colo-
nialism was dead, he said. The
immovable object it once was had
been met by an irresistible force.

organised murder of at least 20 million
people and the imprisoned wretchedness of
hundreds of millions. Murder, Inc.? Its

‘ i vane i | many and Japan had no restric- area equivalent to three counties —.
address is the iasueg edi in ions on their work and output, A nell eee tan = in twenty years’ time. led to the writing of the US. Constitution.
branch offices are every “om ee ee ieee lt higher lifetime. aes ae ete Se Sete. Senne THE Government’s Economic Stabiliser.
” t * n a pe :
the world”. wages out of “profits”. a ee Sette intro. verson left, And three acres are Roger Putnam, and Mr. Francis Cocke, head
What with the present high 4 (oq at the conference was an Ueeded to feed each man, woman/ of the American Bankers’ Association, pre-
These are outspoken words but they are _| level of taxation, claims could only {! - sae United 28d child. dict thet aeod bua! full i tonciidad iia
oe met by increasing prices in the “amendment” of the United ““T> poost farm output, over ct that good business, full employ

not hysterical outpourings of some journal-
ist with a Communist bee in his bonnet.
The case against Communism is a well-
documented case which the free-world
ignores to its peril. Any Barbadian listen-
ing to Radio Moscow last Sunday afternoon
could have heard in English the naive ac-
cusations against the Western democracies

shops, and all this only led to a Nations Charter to bring about £500,000,000 have been spent by
urther twist in the inflationary world government. It proposed the agricultural industry in the

TheEx-Peddler’sTop-Hat Is
The Silkiest Of Them All

a high level of industrial activity are assured.
Putnam says this will last 18 months.
Cautious banker Cocke limits his forecast to
six months.

Labour Secretary, Mauice Tobin reports
unemployment at an all-time low. Dole

claims are down to 697,280.
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in any
weather

and the “glorification” of Stalin, the almost
religious worship paid to a human being,
and the hymn to Stalin. That kind of un-
intelligent propaganda poured in great
oceans of words out of the German broad-
casting stations during the war. Today
they are pouring all over the world from
Moscow.

| The danger to the democratic way of
life may be nearer than we think for all
of us and we would be well advised to
recognised with the editors of Life that
Communism is in our time the Great Sin
against Humanity. We ought not to for-
get that, nor to be taken in by the charm
of our enemies.

Edueational Troubles

THERE are not enough classrooms: there
are not enough teachers: these two educa-
tional headaches afflict every country in
the world today and Barbadians ought to
be made aware of the desperate remedies
to which other countries of the world are
driven to seek relief.

In the United States this autumn the in-
crease of pupils enrolled in elementary
and secondary schools over 1951 was near-
ly 1,7 million. As a result of this and
previous year’s increases, emergency
measures have had to be taken. Make-
shift classrooms in store buildings and

Again and again in the Commons

have seen Socialist M.P.s pulled
ip in mid-flight when a smile at
nce sceptical but tolerant has
litted across the strong features
vhich belonged to a Tory M.P., Sir
Nilliam a Darling (South
idimburgh).

If you are a Socialist, it must
x €xasperating to have Sir
Villiam one of your audience. It
s unfair. For this Tory is not
ide to fit any, known label, He
3 unaccountable,

For instance, you may be dis-
ussing some point of Co-op
rading. Sir William, with a
ourtly gesture setting off the
nost elegant male garb in Parlia-
rent, may well interrupt: “I was
nee a barrow boy.”

In his autobiography published
oday, “So It Looks To Me,” he
rints his peddler’s certificate is-
sued by the Metropolitan Police in
1906 to William Young Darling, of

Rye-lane, Peckham; ag®, 21;
omplexion, fresh; hair, brown;
yes, blue; visible marks and
seculiarities,

Some of his visible marks now
wre the silkiest topper in West-
ninister, the largest cravat, the
»oldest check trousers,

Why not? These belong to the
uccessful Princes-street draper
nd wartime Lord Provost of the
ity where the Edinburgh Festival
happens.

Or Sir William may observe to a
stunned Socialist; “I was once the
president of a union,” And here
is the story to end trade union
stories,

Understand first that Sir Williain
Darling, as a free enterprise shgp-
keeper, has very clear views of his
function. Shops are only a second-
ary industry, he says. They shoulda



Ky William Barkley

be open at such times as the public
wants them,

He once bought a book at mid-
night in New York. Something
jike shopkeeping! He knows no
other place in the world where that
could be done.

As for what happens in Britain
today, he says it is quite farcical

“Shopping has to be conducted
at the time to suit shop assistants,
and not at the time to suit the
public, Tens of thousands of per-
sons are compelled to do their
shopping in the lunch-time, be-
cause the shops are not yet open
when they leave their homes in the
morning or are clos¢d when they
return at night.

“The State might well lay down
the hours in the 24 for the shop
employee, but no restriction should
be laid upon the owners of shops.
who should organise their busi-
nesses with due consideration 10
such necessary restrictions.”

Note that these views were
already firmly tormed in Sir
William's mind when, at the age
of 27, he happened to be a shop
assistant in Perth, Western Aus-
tralia. Following what he calls
“some fcolish speeches” at branch
oer he was hailed as a new
eadcr,

The truth is that most of us
have empty minds, and anyone
who comes forward with a positive
proposal, especially if it is a politi-
cal one requiring for its achieve-
ment effort and sacrifice from
semeone else—such a person is
bound to have a ready hear
und almost certainly a following.”

Enthusiastic colleagues brushed



aside length of membership, pre-
cedents, and every other consid-
eration. They made the youthful
Darling their president.

Now note the words: “Having
achieved the position of presi-
dent of the union, I felt I had to
do something to justify it.

Although Perth was tihen quite
a small place, and going to the
shops was not only a necessity,
but the principal recreation of the
population, I put myself at the
head of a movement for Saturday
closing of shops.

“No consideration was given by
me and my followers of the public
need, public convenience, or any-
thing else. Saturday half-holidays
existed in certain other trades, and
we must have a half-holiday too.”

The movement succeeded. At
least, he says, it was successful
as far as shop assistants in Perth
were concerned, but with doubt-
ful results for the public.

He adds to this odd story: “I
have no regrets in the matter. The
opportunity of leadership had been

presented to me. I accepted it. +

“The experience has made me’
sceptical ever since about the
merits of those who place them-
selves at the head of movements,
the aims of which “re question-
able.

“The only certainty is that the
leader himself secures some satis-
faction to his vanity.”

AND this tale no doubt explains
the quizzical smile of Sir William
Darling when Socialists lecture
him on trade unionism.

There is much more in the book
of this versatile, nhetorical figure;

lots of poetry; and melancholy
memories llipoli, the Somme,
and Passc! aele. “~~

—L.E.S.





mats to fly when they can and save time.
They are not ordered to stay off ships, for
two reasons: some are physically unfit to fly;
and the U.S. steamship lines would raise a
howl.

as Beatrice Lillie, insists she has spent all
the money she is going to earn in her new
Broadway show on dresses for it. She sum-
moned her London dressmaker over to do
them. He has had to make them in 10 days
for Thursday’s opening.
Evening with Beatrice Lillie.”

THE cricket season closed in New York

with a victory by Manhattan Paragons over
the Staten Island Club. There are 4,000
players in 27 clubs in New York. Most are
from the West Indies.

TODAY’S story from the Korean front:

A young flight-lieutenant going into action
for the first time radioed his flight com-
mander: “Skipper. they're shooting at us!”
Replied Colonel Darrel Irwin: ‘That’s all
right.

They’re allowed to.”
SINGER Margaret Truman is stealing the

show from President Truman on his cam-

paign tour to the small towns of the Middle

West. If he appears without her, the crowd

yells

appears at his side.
a

“Where’s Margaret.” Quickly she

* *

THE State Department urged its diplo-

LADY PEEL, better known to Americans

It is called “An

She will do her sketch as a maid, sing

“Wind Around My Heart,” and in fact the

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occupied by 1.8 million pupils. : ae Rortanes corenta “eng eden AN urgent back-to-work plea by President}}}) , 50’s $1.08 per tin a in
Teaching Methods Need could toss a six-foot net and catch which may have nothing phatever| ITuman was answered by 13,000 strikers at es ae ae aoe
| More than one million school children Changing eee ge “ it could hold. to do with collective bargaining} the Douglas Aircraft Company in E!})) Ban Gulimebs thous t. 4 Pkg.—44 cts.
' c : : © toss a net six feet long in this which is the only moderately ‘ u 32 Just Phone for Y
work short days or shifts to permit two or |. 7. paitor, The Advocate day, is an act of madness; to try rational excuse which I have so Segundo, California. They went back with-|}}} | ay. ood bottle Enriched Bread
three classes to use the same room. SIR-What has been the effects '°’¢hing this day, as of old, is alse far heard @for the Federation of} out any settlement of grievances. Reason: P a Frozen Vegetable

on the method of teaching em- an act of madness. Only if the Barbados with other West Indian



One-room, one-tedcher schools are used



to yive training to 1.9 million, Fourteen
million are overcrowded in classrooms with
30 or more class mates. ;

And among these 800,000 are in rooms
with 50 or more pupils. :

The cost of primary education on pres-
ent lines to the government of Barbados
according to an expert is expected to in-
crease from an estimated $1.6 million

1951 to $2.7 million in 1961

in

\. The time seems ripe therefore for a real-
sation that Barbados will have to adjust
its educational expenditure to its financial
resources, if not as drastically as the United
States at least by following some of its lines
of economy.



ployed in the elementary schools?
Has the method affected the
progress of the pupils?

These are questions asked
several parents; generally
are not answered.

T will try to give my opinion on
the matter in simple words.

I have heard several people say
“Oh! the teaahers are responsible
for the children not learning;” I
cannot agree. However, we are
living through some critical times
and must be faced by all sorts of
absurd criticisms,

by

they

Many persons try to criticise a
thing without knowing about it,
but mo sane person would even
try to criticise age grouping. J
believe age grouping to be one of
the best methods ever to be intro-
duced in elementary schools,

The world is changing fast,
things must be adjusted to suit
the change. Years ago, a fisherman

teachers are responsible for the
arrangements of subjects in school,
ean you blame them,

English should be the principal
subject taught in elementary
schools, because, nothing is harder
to cure than the habit of speaking
broken English; not so with arith-
metic,

A pupil gets a better knowledge
of arithmetic when he is matured
and can learn more arithmetic
from twelve to fourteen than from
five to eleven. I doubt if any of
the pupils who have left school
within the last five years can write
a proper letter.

M. MITCHELL.

“Much To Be Thankful For”

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—I venture to offer you
sincere congratulations on your
leading article “British Failure”
although I do not quite understand
your use of the caption.

islands,

As time goes on, Barbadians are
becoming more and more conscious
of their responsibilities as the most
favoured island in the West Indies
qua the political tradition which
Barbadian genius has successfully
elaborated,

It seems unusual to trifle with
our present political status.

We have a lot to be thankful for
and I do not think that there is a
happier and more contented com-
munity on the face of the earth.

Only at Election times are we
violently reminded of the Slave
Trade and Judge Jeffreys and
other of the less pleasant phases
of our island history.

‘oday we can proudly boast that
“nothing bad evet happens.”

I firmly believe that there is
only one island with which we
should federate viz.—Great Britain.

GARDEN OF ENGLAND.

they make jet fighters.
* ae

POLLSTER Elmo Roper reports that 23

per cent. of voters are “sure” for Mr, Steven-
son and 27 per cent. for General Eisenhower.
The rest have not made up their minds. i

After a national survey, the New York|}
Times says the explanation by Republican
vice-presidential candidate Senator Nixon
of his private expense fund has helped
Republican Eisenhower.

~ *

SWIMMER Florence Chadwick, _ who

swam the Channel twice and California’s|}
Catalina Channel once, announces she will
tackle the Strait of Gibraltar and. the Dar-
danelles next summer.

to swim every important channel in the]
world,

She says she wants

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER



16, 1952

Vice Chancellor
Reserves Judgment

HIS LORDSHIP the Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Colly-
more, yesterday reserved giving judgment in the Panama
Estates Chancery Suit after Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., for the
plaintiffs, finished his address which lasted just over two

days.

The plaintiffs in the suit are
Réginald O. Carrington et al. The
five plantations involved are Col-
leton, Trent, Lascelles, Mt Pros-
pect and Four Hills. Legal appear-
ances are Mr. Reece, instructed by
Mr. H, L. Thomas for the plaintiffs
and Mr, G. H. Adams, instructed
by Mr. W, O. O. Haynes for the
defendants, George P. Seale, et al.

The plaintiffs are asking that the
share to which they are entitled
in the estates, both of the Capital
Account and the Income Account,
be ascertained, and for that pur-
pose, all necessary accounts and
enquiries taken and made; pay-
ment and transfer by the defend-
ants to the plaintiffs of what
shall be found due to them in re-
spect of the said estates; that the
Court appoint a Receiver, and
that the estates be managed by
the Receiver under the direction
of the Court.

The plaintiffs are also asking
the Court to declare null and void
declarations of trust drawn up be-
tween the defendants and them-
selves.

Finished Address

Yesterday after Mr. Reece fin-
ished his address, His Lordship
said that there was one point on
which he wanted to hear Mr.
Adams. That was, assuming that
for one reason or another a
declaration of trust was invalid,
could the Court substitute a trust
in different terms on the facts,
could the Court substitute a con-
structive trust.

Mr. Adams said that he would
submit that if the actual written
trust was invalid, everything
would be invalid, but the trust
was not invalid. Had there been
no written document, the Court
would have had to hold that it
was a resulting trust. The same
reason that would make the Court
say it was a resulting trust ap-
plied to the written document.

Oral evidence could have been
given that the money was sub-
scribed and that would have been
sufficient to create a _ resulting
trust. The fact that they carried
it one stage further meant
nothing.

If it were purported that some-
thing was done contrary to the
policy of the law, and everybody
was in it, those who were in
possession would continue to be
in possesion.

His Lordship has reserved giving:

judgment.
TOO MANY IN A SEAT:



Bus conductor Clifford Parris of
Belleplaine, St. Andrew, was fined
by His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn
15/- for permitting more than five
passengers to sit in a seat in the
‘bus M--898 on Waterford Road,
Bt. Michael.

Police Constable Smith attach-
ed to District “A” Police Station
stopped the ‘bus and noticed that
there were more than five in a
seat.

Sgt. Forde attached to the Traf-
fic Branch prosecuted for the
Police,

CASE ADJOURNED ;:

The case in which Oscar Quin-
tyne of Codrington Hill, St.
Michael, is charged with wound-
ing Eric Williams on his hip with
a bottle on October 8, was yester-
day adjourned until October 23 by
His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod,
Police Magistrate of District “A”.

Sgt. Alleyne is prosecuting in
the case for the Police.

J’ca Town Clerk
Returning Home

Mr. B. L. Daniels, Assistant
Town Clerk of Kingston, Jamaica,
is now on his way back home
after spending six months in Eng-
jand on a Government Scholarship
in Public Administration.





Mir. Daniels arrived here yes-
terday morning by the S.S. De

Grasse, accompanied by his wife.

He told the Advocate that the
scholarship was more or less, a
refresher course which took him
to various parts of England and
Wales. ‘

He said that it was very in-
teresting and enlightening and
added that their standards in Ja-
maica compared very favourably
with those of the places he visited
in England.






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was delayed because of the in-

clement weather. It will now
leave to-day for St. Vincent,
Grenada, Trinidad and George-
town.

When this vessel arrived here
on Wednesday, it brought a mixed
cargo to the island, including 1,522
bags of flour, 70 boxes of smoked
meats, 43 barrels of pickled pork,
a quantity of tinned ham and
salmon and 59 packages of fruit.

Other cargo consisted of paint,
enamel, cosmetics, varnish and
erane parts. The vessel which is
consigned to Gardiner Austin &
Co., is under the command of
Captain M. O'Hara.

COPRA, CHIEF ITEM

Copra was the ohief item of
three schooners’ cargoes when they
arrived in port yesterday. The
schooners were the Confident IG.
which arrived from St. Lucia under
Captain J. Flemming, the Gita M.,
from St. Vincent under Captain
W. Rose with 568 bags of copra
and the Laudalpha from St. Lucia
under Captain R. Gumbs with 425
bags of similar cargo. Besides the
cergo of copra, the Laudalpha also
brought 172 bags of charcoal and
50 bunches of fresh fruit.

The Captains and crews of the
schooners expressed their pleasure
to have reached port safely after
having encountered very squally
weather off the islands, These
schooners are consigned to the
Schooner Owners’ Association.

GENERAL CARGO



_The Dutch steamer Hersilia ar-
rived in port at daybreak yester-
day. Barbados was its first
port of call since it left its
native seaport town of Amsterdam.
The Hersilia which has a crew of
36 and a tonnage of 2,217 tons
brought a general cargo of food-
stuffs to the island. This cargo ine
cluded 2,445 crates of potatoes,
1,210 bags and-200 bales of ‘New
Cyprus’ onions, 40 bags of linseed,
35 bags of rolled oats, 30 bags of
Pearl barley, 83 boxes and 28
cases of ham, and 100 bundles of
smoked herrings.

Besides» the general cargo of
foodstuffs, the Hersilia also
brought 50 cases of champagne,
15 cases of ironware, Christmas
toys and Christmas tree decora-
tions, electrical fittings and fire-
works, ‘The master‘of the vessel
is Captain J. V. Plaat and it is
consigned to 8. P. Musson & Sons,

TOMATOES, BARRELS

Another arrival in port yester-
day was the 204-ton motor vessel
Jenkins Roberts from St. Kitts
under its master Captain G, Fer-
gusson,

Its cargo consisted of 100 con-
tainers of tomatoes and 140 rum
barrels. On board the Jenkins
Roberts is a quantity of cargo to
be transhipped to British Guiana
and Trinidad, At British Guiana
the vessel will unload 300 con-
tainers of tomatoes after dis-
charging 74,658 feet of lumber and
25 containers of tomatoes at
Trinidad. Agents for the Jenkins
Roberts here are A. E. Harris &
Co., Ltd.

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

Cable and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd. advise
that they can now communicate with
the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station

S.S. Los Angeles, M
Reina Del Pacifico, s.s
Norlandia; ‘s.s Atalanta;
Martime; s.8, Tindra; s.s
M. S Ceara; s.s



Tv. Bahia,
Mostank, s.s.

§.8. Salem
Daytona; s.s.
Andrew Marschalk;
s.s. Lombardy; s.s. Ionian Leader; 8.8
De Grasse; 8.8 Gulf Stream; s.s
Hecuba; s.s. Talamon; s.s. Jobure; s.s.
Sarpedon; s.s. Bahia; s.s. Rio Atuel;
s.s. Antoniotto Usodimare; s.s. Black
Heron; s.s. Garden State; s.s. Bertrand;
s.s, Albaro; $,s. Sol-
viken; s.s. Pioneer Star; s.s. Sea Pearl;
8.8. Nicolaos Pateras; s.s. Giulia; s.s
Regent Springbok; s.s. Dodin Marsano;

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Mr. H.N. Leacock Must Repay £2. 8s. 8d.

The death occurred quite un-

expectedly yesterday of Mr In the Petty Debt Court of “A” charged
Henry Norman Leacock at his Bridgetown yesterday His Hon- and larceny
residence Ebor House, Marine °U' Mr. H. A. Talma gave Cctcber 5 and
Gardens. He was 68. judgment for the «plaintiff Clara Iyspector
Lynch of Queen’s Street, St. fo:
Mr. Leacock was the second Michael to the amount of £2, 8s. hearing
son of the late J. N. C. Leacock, 8d. in her case against Rupert

VAN IN ACCL

With
sometim
October

Franklyn

DENT

6

prosecuted
the Police in the preliminary

merchant of this city. He was gre : joiner of Nelson Street.

educated at Harrison llege yneh claimed the amount of 3 ; aie

and after leaving en a £2. 8s. 8d. form Forde after he | Shortly atter 5 $0. a.m y
joined the firm of S. P. Musson 8d failed to build a pair of chairs terday the Police 999 van M

Son & Co. Ltd. later becoming
partner and a Managing Direc-

E while it
tor. He was also Chairman of

engaged Forde to make a pair ot was

for her. She told the court ye@- 1872 was involved in a
terday that on July 30, 1951 she ©n Bush Hall Road, ‘er ar
r »y Police

driven

those

the Barbados Telephone Co. and Chairs for her and paid him Constable Pitz Stanley Jones
of Ridge Ltd. plantation owners £2. 8s. 8d. in advance. — : This van is one of
Since she has paid him in are in contact with th
advance she had not heard or } '

In his earlier years of a more Room at
robust. health he was a member
of the Chamber of - Commerce
and at one time President. But it
was not only business which in-
terested him. He was a lover of
the classics and of flowers; in
fact he has always been regarded

seen him.

JUDGMENT FOR DEFENDANT





His Honour Mr. H. A. Talma y :
in the Petty Debt Court of ee = s
Bridgetown yesterday gave judg ht Ais pe i .
ment for the defendant Hilton O&OK ia s

as the island’s outstanding horti- Bradshaw of DaCosta Land, St, Yosterday. She was taken to the
culturist. He was President Michael in the case in which General Hospital and treated for
of the Orchid Circle and plaintiff Mabel Daw also of Da> Pruises cn her face and hands
the Horticultural Society. Costa Land, St. Michael, claimed At the time of the incident
His appearance bespoke from him damages amounting togseaty was attampting to get off
this. His familiar figure pacing £10. the bus

quietly along Broad Street could

always be identified by a lovely Daw gave notice of appeal at,
rose in the lapel of a spotlessly the bar. She told the court}
white suit and his gentlemanly yesterday that on July 2, one of |
manner made him respected by her fowls went in the grounds |
even those who did not come into of Bradshaw and during that |
close contact with him. time Bradshaw threw a stone at
the fowl and broke a leg. |

rOC as r |

never ‘affected by the hubbub WS fined 20/- and 2/- costs for

cruelty. The fowl] died about |
three days after it was struck |
and since the loss of the fowl has
caused her much inconvenience

around him. Quiet in manner as
if always absorbed in deep
thought he could enjoy good hu-

Ses sone dy bleoinaie Me m. ae £10 es bey
@ D ee ae radshaw said that he had
friends the humourous stories pone crops in his ground and

which he had encountered either
in the course of business or on
the field of sport.

the fowls belonging #© the plain®
tiff used to destroy the crops.

Before giving judgment for the

He had_ enjoyed an_ enviable defendant, His Honour Mr. H.
pepularity in his earlier days A. Talma told the plaintiff that
when he played cricket for Wan~ according to the law her fowl
derers C.C..in the company of was trespassing on the lands of
the Austins, the Challenors, the the defendant The defendant
Goodmans and the unforgettable had a right to kill the fowl in C
exponents of the golden era. He such a way that it did not \
was alse a good tennis player. ‘suffer. i>

But illness and pressure of “You are entirely out of court, /{

business limited his activities but and you have no case,” His Hon-!|_ —- iy .
not his interest in sport of every our told Daw. f Gr {¢
eae DISCHARGED 4

Away from business and the --———__——— A
work-a-day world he was a His Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith ‘ i

Acting Police Magistrate of Districi /
“A”, discharged Theophilus Bis-

pham and Lucille Chandler of | (
Water Hall Road, St, Michael, in |
the case in which they were !
charged with receiving money |
knowing the same to be stolen ori
October 6.

Mr; FG.
behalf of

knowledgeable conveysationalift,
only natural to a lover of the
classics. He had seen the face of
Barbados change from the
halcyon days of sugar to the
present trend towards the wel-
fare state. He however kept his
balance and was never heard to
denounce any particular system.

Smith ¢ ared 01
It was his wide and varied know- Smith -appearedoss

the two defendants











ledge of Barbados and things while the case for the Police was
Barbadian that led to his ap- conducted by Inspector Franklyn
pointment as an acting Member attached to District “A” Police
of the Legislative Council years Station.

o>: _ COMMITTED TO SESSIONS

He was married to a_ Miss 4

Lawrence, a woman of exquisite Eustace Springer (33) a
tastes and refinement and herself labourer of Pine Hill, St.
a horticulturist and to her the Michael was committed to the
sympathy of a wide circle of next sitting of the Court of
friends will be extended in her Grand | Sessions yesterday by His
hour of bereavement and sad Worship Mr . B. Griffith Act-
‘che. ing Police Magistrate of District |

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22. This memorandum and the
outline plan of) development |
being submitted to
ture to obtain
eral
the proposals
the taxation proposals in réspe:
of Customs and Excise
submitted for approval.

23. The proposals in respect of ij
Entertainment Tex, Racing, Mis- |
cellaneous Fees and Death Duties
will be submitted to the Legisla-
ture as soon as possible i

24. The increased rates of } |
Company Tax and Individual In- |
come Tax will be submitted early |
ir. the New Year and will apply |
to the income year 1952.

25. The supplementary expen-/}
ditute proposals for 1952/53 will,
be submitted at an early date

26. It is hoped to raise a loan
of $2,000,000 locally to cover the
loan expenditure presently
charged to an Advances Account.
It will not be necessary or ex-
pedient to raise at once the ad-
ditional proposed loan expendi-
ture approximating $6,000,000. At
this stage, it appears that the]
new loan’ proposals could be!
financed during the next twe
years fom Government funds and
by short term borrowing, but it
will be necessary to keep the}
eash position continually under
rev'ew |
27. Special arrangements The | =

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financing of the Harbour Scheme.

Dr. Mossadegh |
Issues Penal Law |



TEHERAN, Oct, 15.
Premier Mohammed Mossa~
degh has issued a_ special Ww |
imposing penal sentences’ of
from three to fifteen years on|

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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 46, 1952
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
CLASSIFIED ADS. | | CFFICIAL NOTICE
| BARBADOS '
Fo Ne a _——— ~ [PE y a
TELEPHONE 2508 | IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY a aT ee oe
- = — —_—-— — . _—<—————————
} * ‘ - Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- in pursuance of the Chancery Act, 196 I do hereby give notice to all persons |
CONGRATULATIONS FOR SALE ment) Order, 1952, No. 35 which will be published in the Official | *.“'™* °° : a on Pre ee, oi aa ae eee 4 SS S| M V Tne M1
“MANY HAPPY RETURNS” Gazette of Thursday 16th October, 1952. vie mae an account of their claias with their witnesses, documents ‘and . . - ca
Congratulations to Miss Coral Miliar 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of}; noon and $ clock in the eitenagon at ‘the Re stration mee, Put ie wulldin = eee ee
Plt is gessme who cok » Se a e ¥ a ve Registration Office, Public Buildings, nat ahead
of Watt's Village, St. Georg AUTOMOTIVE “Gasoline” is as follows:— Eridgetown, before the Sth day of November, 1952 in order that such claims may | ger
brates her Birdhtay toréay.. sans aae “d on and ranked according to th: nature and priority thereof respectively, | Friday
re ns © be day anc ince - ene alain seaat incall . ¥ etherwise such pe * will be prechuded from the benefits of any decree and be
for your future happiness, CAR ioe saaee ARTICLE RETAIL PRICE deprived of ail ck on oF against the said property. will be arriving at Barbados The M.V. “CARIBBEE
: __ 109m: Liter Apply ci (not more than) Peas; VeRTON mavens GeezTEE on MONDAY, Getober 20th [J Hp} cop veo De
—_——- ~—-—-- - S o > » 95-29 . | ami nica Antigua Montserrat,
SD ER tl Beting herein by EDNA OSCOLA WROOME his Attorney on record in this Island. (jf 20d will be sailing on Nevis and Sst. Kitts
IN MEMORIAM : be = FROPERTY. ALL THAT Certain piece or parcel of land situate at Six Men's eee 23rd October Friday 24th inst
= "aa eal ; = = - in the parish of int Peter and is'and vesaid contain! by admeasure- ‘or St. uc. St. Vincent,
CAR—Zephyr 6 Like new only done | Gasoline 65c on in : .
a 16,000 mil Phone 4496 or 4112 inet oe & Perches fort art ef mt cee Par an eet :\|] Grenada, Aruba, ac BWA. sONOONTR OWNELS’
GRIFFITH-—-In “loving memory of our 14.10.52—3n on lands of Six Men's Plantation on the Seashore on lands of Messrs. R. & Passengers and Freight. ASSOCIATION (INC)
daugbter and sister Frid Sybil - — a nant : G. Challener Ltd. and on the Public Road or however else the same may
a who fell asieep in Jesus on CAR—One (1 Ford Consul Apply j abut and bound together with ihe Messuage or Dwellinghouse thereon 16.10.52—2n. Censignee, Tele No. 4047
October 16, 1948 Dr. E. W. Storey, Phone 4002 or Office 115th Oetober, 1962 } and all other buildings and erectio: s on the said parcel of land erected and |
As years rofl on 668 14.10. 88—t.2.n i built standing and being with the appurtenances.
niuette tee “CAR — Triumph Mayflower; Latest | Bill Filed 15th July, 1952 H. WILLIAMs,
So He took you home to rest Model; 1,700 miles. $2;200. Dial 3355 Dated 2nd September, 1952 ee. |
Ever to be remembered by Elma Griffith 14. 10. 52—3n ‘i . 7 ce '
(mother), Margo (Daughter), tna, isis- ! Vacant Post of Superintendent of Public Market, Barbados. —
ter) and Osbert (brother) 2 ; CAR—HELLMAN convertible, owner
EAE ten. | Servet, aly Gene S000 calles bersatn Applications are invited for the post of Superintendent of the |
——_—$_—$_$_$_$__— ER 2 | ; 2023
RUTCHINSON—'- toving memory of m 11.10.52—3n | Public Market, Barbados. j
Dear Moti.er Agnes Hutchinson, whe - T R A R = R AW N |
fell asleep on October 16, 1951 CAR—One (1) Chrysler (Windsor ac aoe ; . baa te sail a Pr
Sed tnventies.have hp eperial day | suid Dikive Automatic Gears in .periect The salary is $3,600 per annum and a temporary non-pensionable ae , P
Of my dear one who hbhs pateed avin | condition, Tyres practically new A y}cost of living allowance is payable at present at the rate of $156.00 ' | STEAMSHIP COMPA
thy Pou loved you did your be Mr. T. Syd Kinch or Me % ibuti
Fel eee Tee soved 2 9a | Mr. Sydney ‘S052 12n./Per annum. Contributions to the Widows and Orphans Pension AN D A N ! M A L a D R AW N Vv E H j C L E S | y : Soa 7
Always remembered by Doris Jordai 5 “me ¢ ate ; " > 2 | ; j
Always vemembered by Doris Jone Scheme at the rate of 4% of salary are normally deducted. CANADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
tard, (Grands) Ruby Gittens (niece) MECHANICAL The post is pensionable and a); pointment will be on probation for '
16.10. 52--1n »UUTHBOUND ALCOA ALCOA



HOWEILA--Forever loving memory of ow
Dear Mother Aleatha Alidin Howell whe
Passed away on Oct. 16, 1981 unt
Abraham's bosom but rests in Christ

O Love: how deep: how’ broad:
how high

He fills the heart with Ecstasy.
That God! the gon of God: should tak:
Our mortal form for mortal’s sake
and. Eustace Howell (sons). Mis:
{1 Roach, Mrs. Clarine Murray anc
Miss Wilhelmina Jordan One tee :
16,10. 52—1y







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One modern store. Part of No. 2%
Swan Street entrance on Busby. Gooc
situation for a grocery. Apply to R. 8
2 olls & Son. 18 Swan Street

15.10, 52—t.f.n



RROSENEATH—Balmoral Gap, Hastings
opstairs Flat, 3 bedrooms, gas, electricity
all conveniences, From Noy. Ist. Phone
2m 15.10.52-—1 f.n





———————$$
EXPERIENCED Young Man with gen-
eral knowledge of Customs and Office
Apply Wm. Fogarty (B’dos) Ltd.
14.10.52—4.f.n

.C.A. SNSRECTOR—Not under 21
age—licensed to drive a van or
ith a standard of education up to

7 Salary $60.00 per month—plus
uniforms. Apply in writing to the Secre-
-P.C.A. Office, Harbour Police
: 16,10,52—2n

car.



FURNISHED BUNGALOW — American
family desires to rent on Lease, furnished
bungalow along the Sea Coast with two
bedrooms, linens, cutlery, stove and
a aerahe. for one year or over, froin

jovember 1952. Heply: Lionel G











Lancaster, Bechtel, Apt.
155, Ciudad var, Venezuela.

12,10. 52-——7n.

HIP BATH — A hip bath, State price

asked, 14.10.52-4n,

LOST

WALLET — Containing Money &

Sweepstake Tickets Series L-~3625, 3623,

Series O—234 Series S—1081.

er return same to Stanley Forde
Stuart Hill, St. John

16,10. 52—1n

PUHLIC SALES
REAL ESTATE

DWELLINGHOUSE—“Arch le’ Clap-
ham Road, Christ Church, Government
water and Electricity installed, for
particulars phone 8346, 12,10, 52--3n

AUCTION

By instructions of the Insurance Com
pany T will sell at * CRAIG'S GARAGE’
Roebuck Street on FRIDAY 17th. at
1 pm. VAUXHALL SEDAN
DAMAGED L.-——-1.30 p.m,
Seater Sedan Car auxhall
Car in good working order, good
& Battery Terms cash R. AR
MC KENZIF Auctioneer.















tyres
CHER



CHEVROLET TRUCK -
and MORBIS SALOON 10 h.p
Medel. We are instructed to sell both
these damaged vehicles by Auction at
the Courtesy Garage on Friday 17th
October at 2.30 p.m.

A INEERS — JOHN M. BLADON



& co lantations Buildings, phone 4640.
12.10.52—4n
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES’
ACT, 1910

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Transfer Books of the Company will be
closed from the 3rd day of October 1952,
to the Mth day of October 1952, both
days inclusive.
By order of the Board of Directors
Cc. K, CORBIN,
Secretary
4.10



NOTICE

Is hereby given that it is the intention
of the Commissioners of Highways of the
Parish of Christ Chureh in this Islan:
to cause to be introduced into the Legiv
loture of this Island a B'l! authorising thr
Comimissioners to pay to Vrs. Wapole
the, the Widow of Mr. Dudley Waithe,
who at the time of his death was a casual
employee of the said Commissioners, 4
gratuity equal to one-third of the wages
paid to the said Dudley Waithe during the
three immediately preceeding th«
date of his death.

Dated this 13th day of October, 1952

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

So'cltors for the Commissioners of

‘ughways of the parieh of Christ
Church.
15.10.52—3n

Diamond Rings

“LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Bolton Lane














PE. "UT KERNELS

(Skt. - PEANUTS) @ We. a
pound
N. 8 SAINSBURY

CASH GROCER
Phone: 3115 No. 2, Reebuck 8%.
14.10.52—6n

STATIONERY

GREYSTONE, BASTINGS





Just the little shop in the village
where the Best Books, Stationery

and Xmas Cards ere now on s!



























OLIVETTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avail-
able from Stock in various carriage
widths as follows:—





lve — $260.00
1547 — $293.00
1877 — $325.00
Enquiries to 8. P. Musson, Son & Co.
Utd. Dial 3713.
28.9.52—t.f.n
POULTRY



BRONZE TURKEYS, New Hampshire
Pullets, Plymouth Rock Pullets, Pekin
Ducks. Gordon Mathews Brighton
tlack Rock.

16.10.52—3n

POULTRY — Game Fowls (all Colours)

Turkeys & Guinea Birds. Gordon Cole c/o
Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd







15.10,52—2n

POULTRY—Parks A class wing band-
ed, Barred Rocks. 5 months old. Phone
8565. 15.10. 52—2n



LIVESTOCK



1 Milch Cow fresh in milk giving
42 pints Daily. Apply Gordon Cole
“Seaton”, Black Rock or Dial 4602

15.10.52—3n.

MISCELLANEOUS



SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily Telegraph,
England's leading Daily Newspaper now
arriving in Barbados by Air only a few
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Representative, Tel. 3113.
°7.4.52—t.f.n.

NOTICES



PUBLIC



NOTICE
THE BARBADOS ICE COMPANY
TED

LIMI

NOMICE is hereby given that applica-
tion has been made to the Directors of
the above named Company by Maurice
id Proverbs for the issue of a
share certificate for five Shares, Nos
26101 to 26105, inclusive, dated the 29th
July, 1948, upon the statement that the
certificate issued to the said Maurice
Proverbs has been lost and not
deposited with anyone as security or
otherwise, and notice is hereby given
that if within thirty days from date
hereof no claim or representation in re-
spect of such original certificate is made
to the Directors they will then proceed
to deal with ‘such application for 4

duplicate.

By order of the Board of Directors.
: T. NOEL PEIRCE,

Secretary.
9.10, 52—,3n



NOTICE

Is hereby given that it is the intention
of the Vestry of the Parish of Christ
Church in this Island to cause to be in-
troduced into the Legislature of this
{slond:

(a) A Bill authorising the said Vestry
to raise a loan not exceeding $12,000.00
for the purpose of erecting a stone build-
ing to be used as quarters for the Matron
of the Almshouse of the said parish in
substitution for the existing wooden
Suilding which is considered to be beyond
repair, such loan to be reps by 15
‘nnual instalments of $800.00 each, com-
mencing on 3st October 1954, with inter-
st on the principal sum for the time
being ow'ng at a rate not exceeding 5¢
er annum

(b) A Bill authorising the said Vestry
in computing the pension payable to Mr
Roland Eversiey as from 24th September
1952 on his retirement from the Office of
“oor Law Inspector of the said parish,
to take Into account the five years during
which he held the office of Assessor of
he said parish notwithstanding that such
term of service was not continuous with
his remaimning term of service with the
said Vestry.

(ce) A Bill authorising the said Vestry
in computing the pension to become pay-
ablg to Mr. J. A. Coleman on his retire-
mefit from the service of the said Vestry
to take inte account the ten years during
which he held office with the Commission-
ers of Health and the Commissioners of
Highways respectively of the said parish
notwithstanding that such term of service
was not continuous with his present term
of service with the Commissioners of
Highways of the said Parish

Dated this 13th day of October, 1962.

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors for the Vestry of the parish of
Christ Chureh
15.10,52—3n








BARBADOS,

IN THE COURT

vouchers to be examined hy me on any
12 noon and 3 o’clock in the afternoon at

therwise such persons will be precluded
deprived of all claims on or against the
Plaintiff — CYRIL

Defendant — WILMER

PROPERTY. ALL THAT certain piece

bounding on

and all other buildings and erect
standing and being

Bill Filed 5th August, 1052

Dated 2nd September, 1952

Scheme comes to an end
advantage of the Cash

introducing new Subscribers before that date.
REDIFFUSION WILL PAY $1.50 in cash for every

new Subscriber brought

Company, up to the 3lst October. ’

> Relax with Rediffusion.



REDIFFUSION





two years in the first instance and subject to medical fitness.



CFFICIAL NOTICE

In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
having or claiming Jny estate, right or interest or any Hen or incumbrance in o1
affecting the property hereinafter mentioned, the property of the Defendant, to
ot1ug before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and

Bridgetown, before the Sth day of November, 1952 in order that such claims may
© reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,

Hill, in the parish of Saint Michael and Island of Barbados abovesaid con-
taining by admeasurement one acre one rood or thereabouts Abutting and
lands of Samuel James Caddle of one
Deane and on the Public Road, or however else the same may be abutting
Together with the messuage or Cwellinghouse thereon called “MAYVILLE





REMINDS THE PUBLIC that the Recommendation

~e
Ford of Alfred C. =
ions on the said land erected and built a ov” «nh
H. WILLIAMS, Sa: G ones
Registrar-in-Chancery. “ww yo
3.9.52—4n “ee speo™
os yp
rr
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=a
——
PDD
PDI
a
PPD
PPADS
PDD
owner
PPPDPD OS
on November Ist. Take TOO
Commission offered by Se.
+ eee

Passages
for the officer and his family to Barbados will be paid up to a mbxi-
mum of $1,440 and leave passages will be granted for the officer and
his wife after a minimum tour of three and a half years. j
The officer will be responsible for— |
(a) the proper management of the market including sanita- |
tion and cold storage, rental of property, collection of |
fees and rents and keeping of books;

(b) the inspection of me it slaughtered and sold in the
Public Market;

(c) the testing of weights, measures and scales and weigh-
bridges.

Candidates should be qualified to inspect meat. Previous experi- ;
ence of abattoir and meat marke: management and meat inspection |
would be an advantage. |

The successful applicant may be required to undergo a period of ,
training overseas of about six months duration. j

Applications giving details as to age, qualifications and experi-
ence should be sent to the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings, |
Bridgetown, Barbados, so as to reach him before the 15th of November, |
1952.



RECRUITS WANTED

Twenty Recruits are required for the Barbados Police.
following are ,the minimum requirements: —
Age: 20—27 years
Height: 65 ft. 8 ins. in bare feet.
Chest: not less than 36 ins, expanded,
Education: Standard VII and over.

i

Applicants will be interviewed at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, 22nd |

October at District “A”. |
R, T. MICHELIN,

Commissioner of Police.

16.10.52—2n. |

The

Police Headquarters,
Bridgetown,
14.10.52.

VACANT POST OF HEADMISTRESS OF ST. LEONARD'S
GIRLS’ SCHOOL, RICHMOND GAP, ST. MICHAEL

Applications are invited from: (jraduates or Non-Graduates with
‘uitable teaching experience for the post of Headmistress of St.
Leonard’s School for Girls, Riciimond Gap. The school provides
education at the secondary stage for about 735 girls between the
ages of 11 and 14. The successful applicant will be required to take
up her duties on Ist January, 1953.

The salary will be on the scales for Grade IV Headmistresses in
the Government Teaching Service i.e. basic salary will be in accord-
ance with qualifications and experience with the addition of a pen-
sionable emolument of 35%. An allowance of $240 per annum is
payable to University Graduates who possess a recognised Teacher's
Certificate or Diploma.

The post is pensionable in accordance with the

ie Barbados Pensions Act 1947 (1947-20).

provisions of

Applications giving full particulars of qualifications and experi-
ence should be sent to the Director of Education, Garrison, Barbados
y 25th October, 1952,

16.10.52

Eh



CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY
From Page 3.

Society had no use for those who

\ere unwilling to do something

to help in their own welfare.

; For the future they had to get

sufficient members and capital,

With regard to the rules they
had to remember that the Society
had to sell 75 per cent, of all items
to members. Realising this they
had to remember it was neces-
|sary to support the ‘Society’s
schemes,

Their Society wanted to take a
lead in the formation of the Union
of Societies.

After -the Secretary gave his
report the Registrar made a short
address and then presented the

Secretary with the Certificate ol
Registration. :
Mr. C. Beckles, Co-operative

Officer, next gave a talk on “Co-
operatives.”

OF CHANCERY

Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
the Registration Office, Public Buildings,

from the benefits of any decree and be
said p: .

BRUCE. BROOKS

ORNESTINE CUMMINS

or parcel of lend situate at Codrington

to and accepted by th

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} HALIP. 5 Oct. 18 Oct. 11 Nov.
Arr. B’DOS. _ 21 Oct. 30 Oct. 23 Nov

NORTHBOUND: CORONA due Barbados October 22 for Canada
Accommodation avnilable for passengers.
For further information apply: Da COSTA & CO., LTD.; Phone 2122

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27 Oct
31 Oct
12 Oct

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7 Nov

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23 Jan
4 Feb.

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} SOUTHBOUND

22 Dec
26 Dec
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24 Nov.
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9 Oct.
11 Oct.

A
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6 Nov.

8 Nov. y
16 Oct. 30 Oct 13 Nov 27 Nov.
25 Oct. 8 Nov. 22 Nov. 6 Dec,

For further information apply ROBERT THOM LTD., Phone 44%.

A
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23 Oct
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Ss Bright and Breezy.
xs GALVANIZE CORRUGATED SHEETS—6 feet
= as low as $3.26
ZS IRON CORRUGATED SHEETS — $2.80 per sheet
Stiles atte ail

GALVANIZE NAILS — 37 cents per 1b
MESH WIRE from ‘2 Inch up

EXPANDED METAL for Railings, Concrete Work,
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

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Volume V.






Closing the Ring

The Fifth Volume of Mr. Churchill’s memoirs covers the
decisive twelve months between June 1943 and June 1944
The command of the seas had returned into Allied hands,
the U-boats were mastered, and the Luftwaffe beaten in the
skies. These achievements made possible that “closing of
the ring” which was to extinguish Axis resistance and even-
tually end the war

“While I sat in my chair in the Map Room of the
Annexe,” writes Mr, Churchill as he concludes this volume,
“the thrilling news of the capture of Rome arrived. The
immense cross-Channel enterprise for the liberation of
France had begun. All the ships were at sea. We had the
mastery of the ocean and the air. The Hitler tyranny was







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~ PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,
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|} Vic has been _ grievously Regiment Play
| troubled by his inability te ;
| build i to eight stone when he*s Y y »
* in seertactts fit and at last he’s found Stalwarts Sunday
lwwhat he considers to be the cor- 4 ket match between ti
f cricket atch Ww i ie
| Beet remedy Barbados Regiment and a Stai-
And how does Scobie, all warts XI will be played at the
a ca jspruced up in brand new paint garrison on Sunday, October 19
, ‘French Design’ Make = ROBINSON RAPS ot Tv FIRST HOMER “Artiatie ic er | e | apa oe ee ee and will ee Se 2¢
- his s 7 . a
° arns” “An'n reconciled, to announces _— ALWARTS. xi. at abo
i F T. Se bi ‘seh ye Mf ah gle him ten per (Capt.), L. F. Harris, C. Atkins,
“Vic says if ah gie him ten per ne: sa
Challenges Too Late POM FAT SCORN ae Bee cae att bol, HS Cote
m ent he'll gie me per +- a , : -
: SYDNEY HULLS pont -_ his purses fur actin’ as “—_ Cc. DePeiza, and H. Mande-
. . “WHEN is your next ee I asked Vic Herman, ble| his!” —L.E.8. —
Fre 0 Own Corres
a eee appendent) 23-year-old Scottish fly-weight boxer in the oomntortablel >Oo-,
NEWMARKET, Oct. 15. surroundings of his London
MR. GEORGE MACLEAN'’S seven-year-old Flush Vic said no >
Royal starting at 33 to one won an exciting race here this ture named Tam Scobie, did.
, afternoon for the Cesarewitch by a neck trom the 100 to
t seven French Design, who was held up for a late challenge. he growled at me: “Och awa wi’
: This only just failed. re iTitch hidna ‘any time for
’ Two lengths away third came — ghting noo-he’s too busy looking
100 to one outsider Queen Vashi / oe Titel” indeed! That's no way ae. eatin is No 1!
var ea: cose A si ewis Is Next to address a boxer even he on the Herman variety bill. |
ee ane dlingdie ¥ ts only five feet two inches. So easily has two fisted Her-|
Pt Ky At le "a Ss oa F Di I And when you consider the jan taken to his two voiced job}
nOrtESS, mane ee) oe or Ww. that his cross-talk act will be

Light and Ballechin. Flush Roya!
is trained at Middleham in York-
Jack Fawcus.

Soccer



speaker was a tousk«headed, red-
coated, tartan-trousered ven-
triloquist’ s doll, bare three feet

featured in a West End night

club soon,

hire by Mr. high in his thick crepe soles, well, Yes, the demon barber of the
1 The last eer a -S the aes savoured of sheey fight-mill is a man of parts.
the Cesarewitch was Grey Pic) By DENNIS ROBERTS impudence. Occasionaliyghesgrows a beard
in 1903. It was a particular Jim Lewis, England and Walth- Herman, a black-haired bundle as an outwa





at in Mylne-street, Finsbury. |
thing. His companion, a glassy-eyed crea- |
In a throaty Glasgow accent of wood-carving tools.
A month back his aaa!
wife Fay presented him with}
Mr. Scobie as a first wedding an- |

expression of his

meritorious performance becau on Avenue centre-forward, cf dynamite with a Bob H artistic feelings.

Flush Royal carried 125 Ibs. be tne next amateur foot a eit ” the end of his Dose, = : He may not have time to,

2 lbs. below the top weight o er to play tor a London First pa Don’t mind Tam,” he said. think of fighting now, but when-

Strathspey. No horse has carrit Division side. He is to meet Ted e takes his cheek from me-— ever anybody mentions the

125 lk story i s race or ‘ S é iité as ‘a good doll should.” British fly-weight title, recently
} bs. to victory in this rac m rat SCUSS an invitation to This Herman is something Tenens |
' this course for many years. Flu Ke casional appearances for @igerent in the boxing line. left vacant by the re nt o

Royal was ridden by Northern Cnhelse Known to the spotting public the West

champion jockey W. Nevett—a last it this comes about—es seam in the British Isles as a 112 Ib.

minute change of plan likely—Messrs Lewis and Drake hunk of fighting man, Vic is by

Nevett brought Flush Royal entitled to a nearty chuckle trade a asker and. 2 a musician

with a strong challenge down t at the expense of other profes- by hobby

hill to take the lead from Queen sional sides, He has played instruments—

Vashti to go three lengths clear. Why’? Because Lewis, one of the the bagpipes included of course

Then E. P. H. Smith brought
French Design with a well-timed

most outstanding amateur players
since the war, has been completely



—ever since he was quite a little
shaver back home in the Gor-

Did you get that? The little





challenge and though he was ‘snored by the professionals busily bals. 11 worried because he
closing on Flush Royal, the latter Cee overtures to other § Casually you learn he is also tallow - vo . peene he

‘ ree @ amateurs. ¥ ie m7 th a ie
held on in a, game fashion He Says Lewis now: “L kept saying all Ms Sn ie Togs HS eg ES
My n ridden with p ‘No’ so many times that the otner Carmichael, MP. _ dusten, | eave - bee whit tei ten

° ea a srofessional clubs took it for : mm,

His fine turn of finishing speed Prinieg. But they are wrong.” WHILE YANKEE LEFTFIELDER Irv Noren looks up sadly, a fan Glasgow. inant you win tah toUbie.
ae vane gg wi “(encom 12 Seockiva’s Sones ey of wre & ~ eH nit catch him with a lump of putty
peatent . owners fatiee Out In The Cold second inning home run, The first hit, as well as the first homer, Snonleion * Ww
i g it into strange shapes Rolex atches

Mr. Jimmy MacLean had bought yi. year George Kobb of gave the Dodgers an early advantage on which they improved in the fa Fe RP lh ts sy ne

two runs, The Dodgers won 4 to 2.
(International)

France for
time looked

Flush Royal from
£35,000 and at the

Finchiey, and Vic Groves of Ley- Sixth, when they brought in ture—or you may find. him LOUIS L, BAYLEY









vonstone have played tor Spurs, SP ie oa ___. | chipping awav with a new set Bolton Lan
g seety Tete are 9 and Bill Holmes for Blackburn. j a G pineal m
is was the sixth success * As for Lewis, weil he has been left SWIMMIN , Pe
year. and his eighteenth al- out in we cold. Ge aT; W Id )
together. It all sounded very sad. Said 0 ou

JACK WARDROP, 20-year-old
Scottish Olympic’ swimmer come”
pleted a nap-hand of victories in

Master Cutler set out to make
all the running, taking the lead,
whet the field settled down

the forlorn Lewis the other day;
“No one seems to want me this
year,”

Not Improve




properly from Fire Thorn, Satur- Not even Leyton Orient, for ® the British Championships at
nin, Parting Shot, Footpad, whom he has piayed several ympics Brighton last week. In the final |
Pharisis, Matatone, French De- times, were interested. it seemed cession at the King Alfred Baths, |

Hove on Saturday, he added the)
—Says Sporisman’s Diary 9 yards freestyle to the 220 and|
EFFORTS are being made to 449 yards he had won the preced-|

include golf in the Olympic oS ing days. The half-mile and mile!

Neshsttien coil Shion ts saan chamaicattips he won ensiiee 1,
‘ é season, e

dent it will form part of the pro- onda ty be t

they had turned sour en Lewis,

a player who wants to keep his

amateur status,

Earlier this month Len Goulden
happened to be watching Avenue
play rking, and it was Lewis
who scored the winning goal.

sign, and Athole Brose.

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babies be

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Hartlepool publican

Teddy Gardner, Herman’s wist-
ful look shows quite plainly that
he still has hopes of securing
that championship for Scotland.
A serious bout is out of the
question for the next six weeks.
Why? Vic is taking a body-
building course to put on weight.

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Goulden did not waste time Says Mr. Paxton: “The Aus- ae | C «babies ?
‘-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 15 when ae heard that Lewis had no tralian Golf Union have asked St. | ry .
PORT-OF-S. po anwene tome professional ties. “Come along to Andrews to refer the matter to es |
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“ see Drake when we play Black- the U.S, Golf Association. |
Control have narene po se a a 0 Ae pool”, he said. But Lewis had to seems no reason why our plans When your BACK : ee LEE ES ehh eh 6h Xe SR
a, Be DR ve el ; tate re. Play for Essex that day. should not materialise. 5 . Certainly not ! Baby’s cry _ = S ars esteem 5
6g eae ~ From all accounts, Lewis 1s No, Mr. Paxton, there is a f e , Vl ie ia f ose in ni

ceived by Mr. Cyril ere, ee playing as well as ever. In eight reason. The Olympic programme| ACHES... > weeiiymemsyain the pain of indigestion.
retary of the West iaeiad ra et games this season he has scored js already overburdened with| Beckacheis saneet tatnay Wine, Cow’s milk'by itself you see, is apt to form a clot in
ae of Control yesterday from 44 times, Today he is playing for sports that have no part in the, The kj bers blood’s filters. When baby’s stomach. That's why wise nurses and mothers ade

M The cable stated that the Indians net ieetes com ‘Swan Tee hip ae t why | they get out of a eedheger a ne acids and Robinson’s ‘ Patent’ Barley. This famous cereal enables (ALPHA TOCOPHEROL)
are willing to accept the original international trial, He is one not bring back lawn tennis to, camer catuak sve bottle-fed babies to digest their food as easily as methe:'.
programme oars for sae tour 2. player who has no fear of losing the Olympic fold and adopt table disturbed rest or that ‘tired out’ milk and prepares their digestive organs to deal with in large doses
start in Trinidac a anuary nis place in the England team. tennis—perhaps the two most in-! soon follow. To make your kidneys more solid foods later on. ‘Try Robinson’s ‘Patent’ Barle;
and to end on April 2 y He is a level-headed man, He ternationally played games? properly —and to keep them in good order — ae " : Y

It regretted however that the is a purchasing officer for a firm of The Olympic Games would lose} use Dodd's Kidney Pills. Dodd's Kidney and see how he thrives, are advised to demand the same as that used
West Indians were unable 2 make fast London vacuum flask manus nothing by cutting out séccer and Pills quickly rid your over-burdened blood by the shute institute for medical research.’
further alterations to the pro- facturers; never lets football in= pasketball. Why admit anothe: of excess acids and wastes so that pure, 5 75 1.U. EACH GELUCAPS
gramme drawn up last July. terfere with his business. interloper? t fresh blood flows to every nerve 5 va

maihenstalive arenes ae His fair-haired wife Maureen Then you feel better look better — e
stated to-day that both Vinoo does not want him to be a profes- < better und you are ready to dance ULES
Mankad and Datoo Phadkar have gional. She once told me: “Things THIS TAKES THE CAKE i hg Se. Dodd's Kidees nO ‘
stated their desire to visit the would not be the same. Still, it'’ AUSTRALIA'S golden medal in the blue a Lay obtainable at
West Indies, Earlier reports had always been up to him.” girl, MARJORIE JACKSON, duai bands. Only 3/- at all J24 = ‘PATENT’ B A R L E Y .
quoted the two as saying that they Lewis had the best football edu- Olympie women's sprint cham- : C
would not be available to visit cation anyone could get—from-his pion has won another contest nev Pills H P HARRIS & O
the West Indies. father, Jim Lewis senior—or “Big” this time over the Australian! r , "

—€CP) Jim as he is known—played for Amateur Athletic Union. ‘
Walthamstow Avenue and also aS = Qn Friday September 26, stiie itd Chemists & Druggists
oe a for ne dh ee Jackson was 21. Her home town, Lower Broad St.
engers, e captpine wand Lithgow, NSW, had arranged a BRID IN [ J AR
Conrad Hunte amateurs many times. civic party for her with a cake}

THE GELUCAPS ARE TO BE CHEWED
NOT SWALLOWED

six feet high and weighing 168lb.|
More than 1,500 guests had been
invited to help eat it. |

ae

Proud Moment
that stands out in
was in Avenue’s

Will Lead Team

| There is none to equal “BRIDAL ICING SUGAR” which is cake
eae on Birthday and Christening Cakes for the Royal =

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mind

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At
; ' fter last season’s Amateur § . ; :
Empire opening batsman wa crore 8 5 7 " But the athletic union had family, and which now offers:—
selected to captain a Belleplaine oe the eae ae ase — booked Miss Jackson to leave ST. GABRIEL'S 5 y, y
C.C, team against a St. Joseph's , ee Se ee 3 wi Sydney for Japan on_ Friday
Crlgket- tea a Belle ics showed his winner 8 medal to his night. She said that if she had SCHOOL
m at Pp team secretary father. It was a
Recreation ground on Sunday seep’ mnaauneel dear “Big” Jim aig to choose between Japan and her| es B
next and the following Sunday. +4 himself failed to win’ that home fewa birthday party, “T'll)
The St. Joseph’s team captained coveted honour. ba on te party. Saturday, 18th October
by Thorald Kellman will include The winning of that medal ,, ae ae eae union threatened $ pm. — 7 pm.
Ashton Blackman (the B.C.L. lifted a heavy burden from , om mae 7 =. Ours) ‘ * '
Keith Miller) Irvine Austin, Leo young Jim’s shoulders. It was ea See 0s EE pubs In Aid of HERE'S YCUR
Brathwaite and John Trotman in something the Lewis family had on¢ Gould still, ee cee has an THE Or ean
addition to other promising been after for nearly 30 years. . ; wow IS "
youngsters. Both Lewises have captained i yi Do ee an addi-| siss CHANCE TC SECURE
Burly Ivan Bourne, Erdiston anne: avons Jim, an Olympic The Saicaeveen, y £34. STALLS:
(2nd Division) fast bowler will Player, has played 17 times for , Needlework it
be turning out for the* Belle England amateurs, averaging a T-VETO Sweets einforcing Fabric

goal a match, He has one of the
fiercest shots in the amateur game,

In the past Lewis has been a
target for professional clubs. He

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—Dhavbados

B.C 8.00

ESTABLISHED 1895

Success Will Depend
Partly Upon Loans

THE BARBADOS GOVERNMENT’S proposed five
year development plan will cost the island a capital ex-

penditure of nearly $30,000,

,000 and an additional annual

recurrent expenditure of between $2,000,000 and $3,000,000,
a Message from His Excellency the Governor, laid before
the House of Assembly on Tuesday states.

The Message points out that the present levels of
taxation cannot carry a programme of development which
would throw a substantial recurrent annual charge on
the budget. Government will attempt to raise loan funds
to help finance the programme.

The Message reads:—

The Government of Barbados
has considered the Beasley Report
and presents the following out-
line of policy which it intends to
pursue in the five years 1952—53
to 1956—57,

2. The Government accepts the |
majority of the conclusions in the |
Report but as indicated therein
many must be provisional and
subject to review when the present
abnormal and fluid state of world
economic conditions has passed.

The Government accepts the
recommendation that the finan-
cial and economic situation of
Barbados should be fully reviewed
at the end of three years, but
emphasises the necessity for a
close and continuous examination
of the effects of the proposals
contained in this five-year plan.

3. Departmental proposals for
development indicated a potential
capital expenditure of nearly
$30,000,000 (excluding the Deep

. Water Harbour) and an additional

recurrent expenditure of the
order of $2,000,000 which with
commitments (service increments
pensions etc.,) suggest a potential
total increase of $3,000,000.

4. It is clear that no Govern-
ment could do all that has to be
done in a short period of five
years and that a priority of needs
must be established. Furthermore,
it must be accepted from the
Report that the present levels of
taxation cannot carry a_ pro-
gramme of development which
would throw a substantial recur-
rent annual charge on the budget.

5. Barbados, like all progres-|
sive communities, is endeavouring |
to achieve improved standards of |
administration, of education, of |
hospitalisation and of social ser?
vices. The one crop economy of
this island andthe rapidly in-
treasing population present grave
difficulties in achieving the higher
standards of living which we seek. |

We have to endeavour to in-
crease the national income by:

(a) increased productivity of
the sail and plants;

(b) improved human produc-
tivity;

(c) creation of new fields of
employment.

6. The foregoing paragraphs
summarize, perhaps too briefly, |
the problem. The solution cannot
be complete, but the Government
considers that a bold plan of -de-
velopment is essential at this stage. |
It recognises that the plan will to}
a great extent depend on the|
ability of the Government to raise |
loan funds both in the island and)

overseas. It is essential, there- |

fore, that the plan should give|$2.00 per ton would
from and
not sponsor |guch decision
a loan issue—except perhaps at!during the

rates uneconomic to the Govern-\the agreement),

confidence to investors, otherwise |
underwriters would

ment. |
7. The plan of development
must be linked with taxation pro-
posals and so that funds will be-
come available to cover the loan
costs and other recufrent costs of
schemes which will be, from a}
budget point of view, unremuner- |
ative, e.g., educational and medi-|
cal services. |
Contrary to popular belief, the |
Government has no funds other
than those supplied by the people |
themselves except for grants re-
ceived from the Uni‘pd Kingdom. |
The revenue of the Government |
is received from taxation, fees |
and payment for services ren-|
dered. The revenue comes from |
the people, belongs to the people |
and is expended for the benefit |
of the people. ‘
As indicated above. the present
receipts of the Government are

insufficient to finance the devel- | of emigration.
opment of the pubile services. It | possible

follows that there must be a fur-
ther redistribution of the national
income and this will have to be
achieved by increased taxation
both direct and indirect.

The revenue proposals in this

are aimed to avoid,

as far as possible, any increase in

the cost of essential foodstuffs
and clothing.

8. The expenditure proposais
of the plan envisage a capital
programme of the order of
$16,500,000 during the next five
years to be obtained from:—

(a) Loan Funds $6,000,000

(b) Available Funds:—
(i) General .. 6.500,000

(ii) Labour Wel-

fare Funds 3,500,000
(iil) Special
Funds 500,000
$16,500,000

(N.B. In addition, roughly $2,000,-
000 in respect of loan ex-
penditure presently charged
to an Advances Account
will have to be raised.)

9. Taking into consideration
the present known commitments
of the Government and the recur-
rent costs of the plan, the Gov-



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ernment proposes to obtain by) his intention to visit other West
additional revenue ($1,500,000) |Indian colonies at the inaugura
and by decreased expénditure| meeting of the Caribbean Par-
($615,125), a total amount of the|liamentary Association in Jamai-
order of $2.100,000 a year. The ca in July and during the Fed-
position will have to be reviewed | eration debate in the House of
in January, 1955. ' Representatives i Road on the left and over the area aback of the G.1.U.

10. No account has been taken
of the potential revenue from oil
as this depends entirely on
whether “commercial oil” is
found in Barbados, but even s0,
such revenue may only be a tem-
porary feature of our economy. It
would be prudent, in those cir-
cumstances, to direct the main
revenue from oil—if any— to
Gipital expenditure projects
the establishment of endowment

funds to maintain the capital
assets.

(a) Development of water

resources and its distri-

bution;
Experiment and research
in irrigation of sugar and
other crops;
Encouragement of food
production and develop-
ment of agricultural
schemes;
Encouragement of
tourist industry;
Establishment of a Bar-
bados Development Board
to assist in the develop-
ment of secondary indus-
tries;
Increaseq taxation, etc.,
aimed at obtaining addi-
tional revenue of the
order of $1,500,000, in an
average crop year of
150,000 tons,
Decreased expenditure in
relation to subsidisation
($500,000) and _ other
items ($115,125);
(N.B. Proposals under (f)
and (g) will be directed
to avoid, as far as possi-
ble, any increases in
rices of food and cloth-
-)
Housing loans to be made
available for workers
other than civil servants
and sugar workers who
are presently covered;
Improved educational,

(b)

(ce)

(d) the

fe)

(g)

(h)

(i)
(j)

health and other services; }

Provision of amenities in
rural areas,

Deep Water Harbour

12. The Government accepts in|}

principle the establishment of a
Deep Water Harbour, but con-
siders ‘it is essential that it should
be self supporting. It is intended
to set up a committee to report
on its implementation, due regard
being given to savings from pres-
ent costs and the levy of a basic

port charge not exceeding 2% on!

all imports and exports.

13. The Domestic Sugar Agree-
ment provided that if the Gov-
ernment decided on the imple-
mentation of the scheme, a cess of
be payable
in the year in which

was taken (and
subsequent term of
provided that
the Government “shall give ade-
quate natice of the implementa-
tion of a Harbour Fund Scheme. °

In view of the fact that the
above decision has only recently
been taken, the Government has
decided not to take action to col-
lect the cess of $2.00 a ton in re-
spect of the 1952 sugar crop and
so leave that amount to accrue to

Gapeenne
Appointed

it is announced by the Secre ary
of State for the Colonies Mr. Oliver
Lyttelton that Her Majesty ‘ the
Queen, has been pleased to approve
the appointment of Sir Robert
Duncan Harris Arundell, K.C.M.G,,
O.B.E., Governor and Commander
in Chief of the Windward Islands,
to be Governor and Commander in
Chief of Barbados in succession to
Sir Alfred Savage, K.C.M.G.,

whose appointment to be Governor |
and Commander in Chief of British |

Guiana was
September

announced one | 9th

andj

Brigadier Sir Robert
was born in Devon in 1904 and
was educated at Blundell’s Schoo!
fand Brasenose College, Oxford

He joined the Colonial Adminis- !
tration Service in Tanganyika in
1927, was seconded to the Colonial
Office from 1935 to 1937, served as
Secretary of the Nyasaland Finan-
cial Commission 1937/8, served
again n Tanganyika in 1938/9, and
became Assistant Chief Secretar:
of Uganda in 1939.

He served in the Middle East
and in East Africa in the Second
World War, was mentioned in des-
patches and awarded the O.B.E. In
1944 he became Chief of Civil!
Affairs with the rank of Brigadier |
and in 1946 was appointed British
Resident Member in Washington of '
the Caribbean Commission. {

He became Governor of the
Windward Islands in'1948

!



U.K. Research |
Chief Returns
In Secrecy

LONDON, Oct. 15.

Britain’s armaments research
chief Doctor William Penney,
responsible for Britain’s inst
atomic explosion in Australia,
returns to England on Wednesday
about 5.00 p.m. G.M.T. in great
official secrecy.

Only one British newspaper re-
ported this fact on Wednesday—
the Daily Mail, which said in its
story that government had re-
quested that neither the time nor}
place of Dr. Penney’s arrival |
should be published.

But Ministry of Supply officials
jarranged for photographers
newsreels to be at the
They were warned however, that
they would not see the aircraft

it. They would be kept in the
airfield cinema until Dr. Penney
re in to pose briefly for them.
They are forbidden to speak to
‘him.

| Armed R.A.F. guards will sur-
round the airfield and keep day
and night guard over the aircraft



until it is emptied of scientific
jequipment brought back from
| Monte Bello.

—U.P.



Grenada Representative
At Commerce Chambers
Congress

(From Our Own Correspondedt)
GRENADA, Oct. 15.
Mr. Kenneth O, Williams, Man.

the producers. : ager of the Grenada Co-opera.

ie : tive Bank, leaves by air today

Emigration en route for pee Guiana to

.,] represent the Chamber of Com-

__14, Unemployment in Barbados4 merce at the Congress of West
is the most difficult problem fac- | tydian Chambers

ing the Government and there’ We jig a young businessman,

can be no doubt that the pro-| formerly of the Royal Bank of

posals in the plan will do much|Canada, and is also a prominent

to provide fufther employment.|member of the loca’ Junior

The budgets of the five-year
period will repeat the current
provision of $100,000 in respect
It has not been
to anticipate that ad-
ditional povision could be made
without prejudicing the develop-
ment of the Island’s social ser-
vices.

Civil Service

15. The cost of the Civil Ser-
vice increases annually: In the
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Mr. Bustamante
Postpones Tour

(From Our Own Correswond>nt)
KINGSTON, Oct. 15
Hon. W. A. Bustamante said

today that he had postponed in-|
definitely his planned visit to!
British Guiana and other West |
Indian colonies jin support of |
Federation due to pressure of
work and coming calls on his}
time.

Mr Bustamante said he}
would be unable to tour the

West Indies in time for the Lon-}
meeting in}
March—April as the budget has
would}
have to prepare himself to attend!

don Federation

to be prepared and he

the federation conference as
well as the Coronation |
Mr. Bustamante had declared

Chamber of Commerce.

|

ef



Arundel |

land nor what was unloaded fro njing near Waterford swept under

THURSDAY

QUEEN'S PARK: Looking acr
saw a “sea” of water; and the Lak»



tember Ist,

; heaviest rainfall since thp tx
ago turned the entire diStric

Many of the people who, through
their tardiness to vacate the site
from which Government removed
food victims of 1949 remained in
the area, were yesterday forced
to evacuate their homes as the
swelling waters threatened havoc
and destruction. One elderly wo-
man had to be lifted out of her
home and her bed and other house-
hold furniture removed. |

Although there were no reports |
of loss of life or damage to per- |
sonal property in this area, reports
reaching the city from St. Andrew |
state that the Lakes Bridge which
Was just open to traffic after three |
,years, has been damaged, The
|Belleplaine Bridge near the St. |
|Andrew Church has also been)
damaged, and a woman, Bthel,
| Beckles of Cane Garden, St. An- |
drew, reported that her cow,}|
which was in calf and worth!
$220.00 has been carrfed away by
the waters, Part of the wall en-
closing Combermere School]
|ground has alsc been damaged.

There were further unconfirmed
reports of loss of small livestock
carried away by the flood waters
in the country districts,



His Excellency Visits
Flood Area
His Excellency the Governor,
accompanied by his A.D.C. visit-

$s and ed the flood area after the lull in
airfield. |the weather.

The waters rushing down from
the country districts and converg-

ithe bridge at Bridge Road, com-|
|pletely covering the field of canes;
on the eastern side of the bridge,
and the vegetation on the other
side. At Harmony Hall it rose
above the bridge, and spreading |
out, flooded the Weymouth, Har-|
rison College and Queen's Park |
grounds, turning them into a veri-|
table sea. |

Traffic using Harmony Hall and!
Constitution was _ diverted to
Bridge Road and Martindale’s Rd.
where the water did not cover the
road, and River Road, At one,
time, traffic which used Bridge}
Road had to go down Bank Hall
Cross Road andinto Bank Hall
Main Road to reach the city.

In the danger area, squads of|
Harbour policemen stood by in}
trucks with row boats to assist in|
evacuating people if the necessity |
arose, In the country districts, |
the police were also alerted, and
at Holetown, some residents had
to be assisted over the river of
water,

Early available rainfall returns
were astoundingly high, and gave
an indication of the volume of
water which had fallen during the |

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—





OCTOBER 16, 1952



oe

100 YARDS

the Park from Constitution one
was filled for once,

Delamere Land Flooded | (XK.

Residents Leave Homes

After Heavy Rainfall

THE TRAGEDY of. the night of August 31st and Sep-
1949 when eight lives were lost and some
$30,000 worth of property lost or damaged, was almost
repeated yesterday morning in the Halls Road, Constitu-
tion-Delamere area where flood waters resulting from the

nree years

agie occurrence of
t into an angry river.

Prizes For Books

And English Verse

On the recommendation
of its Poetry Panel’, the
Arts Council of Great

Britain has agreed to offer
two prizes of £225 each
for:—

(a) a first book of original

English verse by a liv-

ing poet published dur-

ing the period January

Ist, 1951 — June 30th,

1953; and

a book of original Eng-

lish verse by a living

poet published during

a a same period.
ie conditions

will apply:— hee

(1) The poet must be a
citizen of the British
Commonwealth or the
Republic of Ireland,

(2) Verse translations,
verse plays, collected
or selected poems pre.
viously published, are
not eligible.

(3) Entries should be sub-
mitted by the poet
himself, or by a pub-
lisher or agent acting
on the poet's behalf,
and should reach the
Arts Council of Great
Britain, 4 St. James’
Square, London, 8.W.1,
not later than July 31st,
1953.

(4) The’ entries will be
adjudicated by the fol-
lowing judges:—

Mr. J. Compton
(Chairman)
Mr. G, 8S. Fraser
Mr. John Hayward
Mr. William Plomer
Miss C. V. Wedgwood

(5) The judges’ decision is
final. Neither prize will
be awarded if, in the
opinion of the judges,
none of the volumes
submitted is of suffi-
ciently high quality.

(6) Both prizes may not be
won by the same poet.

(b)

* The membership of the
Poetry Panel is as follows:—
J Compton, C.B.E, (Chair.
man), Rieharl Church, Cecil
Day Lewis, C.B.E., Sir George

Rostrevor Hamilton, Christe-
pher Hassall, John Hayward,
Jobn Lehmann, L. A. G.
Strong.



CONSTITUTION UNDER FLOOD WATERS |

A PANORAMIC VIEW of the Constitution and Delamere Districts Showing the entire area under water.



Tot Rr

YESTERDAY'S WEATHE! REPORT

nfall for

lighest Temperature F

Wind Velocit 7 mile

Barometer (8 a 019 (3 3a 4

Sunrise; 5.5
Sunset: 5
Moon
Lighting: 6
Migh Tide

Advorate

PRICE: FIVE CENTS

E YEAR PLAN

OF WATER





| CONSTITUTION ROAD was under water for a distance of about 100 yds.

_ MIDDLE EAST
(DEFENCE TALKS |
‘BEING PLANNED

LONDON, Oct. 15
An Anglo-American top level
conference of naval and military
chiefs on the Middle East defence

of ingratitude, and gave he
proposal on the oil dispute
The British note to |



is being planned for the near ‘ itai
future on the island of Malta, demand that Britain pay
authoritative sources said on resuming negotiations over

Wednesday
The conference which may start
next week, is expected to include

now nationalized.
At the same time Britain issued
1 special statement setting forth



TODAY



p9
Last Quarter, October 1
” pt

1% am 20 p.m

Low Tide: 8.14 a.m, 837 pa

Income Tax
Commissioner

Arrives

Mr. George J. Finch of Englangt
who has been appointed Commis -
sioner of Incgme Tax and Death
Duties on agreement for three
years, arrived here yesterday
morning im the French ss. De

ovew ited Kingdom

i890. Mr
Lonaon
Mined th






reured trom





the posta Liaermaetos siet
Controller am Depirtuicnti
Claims Branch!” Sin@e 1951, he bh

been employed by* the United

Nations ¢s Expert on Taxation and

s such has recently carried out an

nvestigation into the taxation sys-
n cf Eeuador and Colombia

U.K. Sends Stern
Reply “o Iran

(By JACK FOX)

LONDON, Oct. 15.

BRITAIN ANGRILY CHARGED Premier Mohammed
Mossadegh today with misrepresentations, accused Iran

r a virtual “take it or leave it”
ran rejected Dr. Mossadegh's
£ 49,000,000 as the condition of
ihe vast oilfields and refineries



.

Admiral Robert Carney, Com-| Britain's displeasure at the Iranian d Cann
er et of the North] conduct and seemed to invite Dy Atamie es

antic Treaty's southern Euro-| Mossadegh to go through with his 2
pean sector, Field Marshal Vis-| threat to sever diplomatic rela-+ Hailed As
count Montgomery, Deputy Su-| tions, ;
preme Commander of NATO Britain told the Premier his| Great Weapon
Admiral Earl Mountbatten, Brit- policy of sending ultimatums ac-
ish Commander-in-Chief of the} companied by time limits was not! By JOSEPH L. MYLER

Mediterranean fleet, and General} “likely to further friendship be-
Sir Brian Robertson, Commander-| tween the peoples of the countrics

in-Chief of the British Mid-East| concerned”, and denounced the
force. closing of consulates and Iran's
Neither the War Offiee nor thejrefusal to accept Mr. Rober!

Ministry of Defence would make} Hankey’s appointment as British | ;

any official comment, It was re=| Ambassador early this year.
ported however that the confer-
ence will decide on final plans for Fair Settlement

The note repeated that Britain

defence arrangements in the East >
| want to reach a fair settlement
ie nek on he dispute and considered it

rere ee y and
and the creation of a

A
Defence Board which in
would appoint i

Supreme\ Truman proposal.
Commander.

UP. . Britain would continue to back
ithe Anglo-Iranian Oil Company in
preventing the sale of Iranian oi!
until an agreement is reached. The



turn! could be found in the Churchill. | significant.



ABERDEEN,

Army secretary,
junior, hailed the
ttomic cannon at
emonstration on

Maryland, Oct. 15
Frank Pace
world’s first

its first public

Wednesday as

1 mighty weapon for winning
|buttlefleld victories at a “mini-
mum cost”. Pace called’ the
development of the five-ton,
jeleven-inch rifle now being pro-
duced im quantity ae most
He said it opens up

a new field of land combat,
The secretary spoke at the
army proving ground here. In

addition to showing off its atomic
}gun, the army also demonstrated



. Royal navy implemented that ‘the manoeuvreability of three of
policy by preventing foreignfits “newest and most formidable
Supporting tankers from carrying oil fromjtanks.” In putting the new gun
Y «\badan to world markets, and the|ithrough its paces, the army used
Gov. Stevenson note made it clear that it would]only conventional munitions
continue —UP.

WASHINGTON, Oct, 15

The ‘** big three” of the United
States most powerful labour //r stronger than the note. It ob-
lunions are joined on record be-| served that Iran had expressed
hind a presidential candidate for} their desire to strengthen friendly
jthe first time in the country's/| relations, .
i history Her Majesty’s government
| The ‘leadership of with | Cannot however reconcile similar
8,000,000 members 1.0 tote ome on buset = wa oe
dee. a \ rae >| wanian Gevernment w e mis-
ig Se gapetnne membe re representations of Dr. Mossa-
a ints degh’s reply to the joint proposals,

OTREsS ‘on (and with observations on the so-
fighting for Democratic candidate) cajjied “imperialist” policy of Her

| Labour Unions
|

A foreign office statement was

A.F.L,
the C
and the:

Independent
are out and



Franklin D
early
career,
| The A.F.L. at its recent con-
vention broke the 7l-year “aon-
jintervention” pact when delegates
jvoted to throw the weight of

‘the House of Labour”

Roosevelt during the} ran has always been the aim of
years of his presidential] the policy of Her Majesty’s Gov-
ernment and that the fate of
Persia would have been very dif-
ferent if the British power influ-
ence which Dr. Mossadegh brands
as ‘imperialism’ had not been
thrown into the scale on her side.

“Memories are short but the
Iranian people will at least not
have forgotten the events of 1946."

Britain was referring to Russian

[Adlai E, Stevenson, This is the} Majesty’s Government toward
first time all three unions have} jran.

publicly endorsed a candidate for Short Memories
President at the same time! «The Iranian Government know
although they were lined Up] fyll well that the maintenance,
together in support of the sate independence and integrity of

107 of
behind Stevenson. The C.1.O, this
year as in the past is fully allied
with the Democrats.



No Trick Can End
Korean War

SPOKANE, Washington,
Oct, 15
Governor Adlai Stevensor
warned “there’s no trick that can
bring a quick end’ to fighting in
Korea and accused General Eis-
enhower of combining politics
with the conflict there.
The Democratic candidate pron
ised that “I intend to run a cleat
and honest Government,” —U.P.

Cost Of Living
Com. To Study W.1.

The establishment of a
nent committee in each West
Indian colony to study and advise
on the fluctuations of the cost of
living in each colony from time
to time was mooted,

Such a committee would be
given the right to advise all eco-







perma-

' United Mine Workers led by military encroachment on North| nomic matters according to
John L, Lewis broke the prece- Iran which ended when the]resolution to be proposed at the
; ;cent of sixteen years standing by United States and Britain forced|Ninth Congresg of Incorporated
‘going on record for the present the Soviet hand in the UnitedjChambers of Commerce of the
dministration party, Nations. British Caribbean, which opens

1 —U.P. —U.P.!in British Guiana on Monday

Stretching across the picture in the middle distance is a river of
Some of the homes in the right background were evacuated.

l



water flowing over Constitution




PAGE TWO
Caub C
R. TREVOR GALE, Adver- Ta. Reside In Dominica
tising Manager of the R. R. E. ALLFREY. a Con-
Advocate and Mrs. Gale returned sultant Engigeer of London,
from. England by the De Grasse | non ia taveeue = caleort
yesterday ote y prior to in n to Don
Mr. Gale covered the Olympic ee ee ia + -t¢)
P inica where intends to sett
Games at Helsinki for-the Advo- He eats erncns ‘the passengers
cate Newspaper and later spent dattvt Prom Geatend ‘bs ms
a holiday in England where he the Crean seeetae subtnien
also went on business on. behalf
of the Company. He told Carip that hi vife’s
In: July, he was joinéd by Mrs. ,-erents. and family are ftom
Gale who took a holiday off from Dominica and he is now on his
her duties as Secretary-Treasur vay to join them.
of St. Michael's Girls’ School. Mr, Allfrey has already bought
Mr, and Mrs, Gale were, mct 4 p:operty in Roseau and hopes
at the Customs by Hon. ; ~ to purchase an estate there soon,
ale, « > ar Mrs. ac :
oan ot Te S ae . Medico Intransit
| Seas J[NTRANSIT gy the De Grasse
Intransit To Grenada yesterday morning from Eng-

ON’BLE, J. B. RENWICK,

Solicitor and Hon'ble D. A
Henry, Barrister-at-Law, both of
Grenada were arrivals in the S.S.
De Grasse yestetday morning
from England.

Mr. mwick who was accom-
panied }y his wife, represented
the Windward Islands at the
Colonial«Office in connection with
the exafhination of Canada-West
Indies Trade problems.

Mr. Henry spent about
months holiday in the U.K.

They expect to return home to-
day by the Canadian Cruiser.

D. ADAMS,

In The News
M* LLOYD
Treasurer of Messrs. Con-
solidated Paper Sales, Ltd. of

Montreal, Canada, and Mr. Rob-
ert J. Clarke, Editor and Mana-
ger of the St. Maurice Valley
Chronitle of Three Rivers,
Canada; expect ,to. leave the
island today after spending aoout
nite days’ holiday as guests at
the=Hotel Royal.

Mr.- Adams and Mr. Clarke
told Ca®ib*that they had a pleas-
ant and wable stay in Barba-
dos and they -regret that they
could not remai longer.

While here they had the
pleasure of being shown.over the
Advocate by Hon. V* ©, Gale.
They hope to return.soon

four

WOMEN’S CLUB
“ENTERTAINS
EADY SAVAGE

ESTBRDAY afternoon the
members of the Women's
Club “entertained Lady Savage to
tea at the residence of Dr. and
Mrs. A. W. Scott, ““Woodside,” Bay
Street.

The..Woodside Literary Club
was founded in 1947 by Mrs. Scott
who -beeame its first President.
Mrs. R. A. Sealy is the Secretary.

Its..primary function was to
train women in public speaking
in order to assist them to acquire
a measure of self confidence, to
stimulate an interest in current

affairs and to widen their outlook —

in literary and cultural flelds,

The Club which is a non profit
making eoneern and is non poli-
tical, ~meets. once monthly at
Woodside. where members _ in-
variably take part in discussion,
debate .and issue or listen to’ lec-
tures,

It is however, now the general
feeling among members that the
time has come when they should
widen their scope of activities to
embrace other fields of endeavour
such ®s So¢ial welfare and other
voluntary work and in order to
do so théy agreed to chahge the
namé of the Club to Women's
Club,

Among the objects of the Club
will be to arrange for the hold-
ing of Lectures and discussions
and debates and all such activi-
ties as would cater to the Literary
and Cultural improvement of
women; to encourage women to
take a practical and intelligent
interest in civic affairs, to give
practical assistance in yoluntary
social welfare work, to co-operate
with and support other organisa-
tions engaged in similar actiyi-
ties, and to offer to members re-
creational facilities in the playing
of indoor games, card games and
lawn tennis,

It is also the wish of the mem-
bers acquire their own’ Club
House where proper facilities for
rest and recreation will be pro-
vided

to

Rabelais ever revisit this

Â¥F.

1 earth, and can spare a few
moments from Chinon, let him
go to a certain mountain inn of
the. Vosges, where I saw a sight
a stalwart little lad of ten months;
to warm the heart,

The son of the innkeeper was
solid, square, and broad-shoul-
dered. They brought him to a table
and. he gripped a spoon and ate
gre@dily a huge plate of vegetable



’

}

>









Jand on his way back to Trinidad
was Dr. H. Hamilton who quali-
fied at Middlesex Hospital, Lon-
con University.

Dr. Hamilton hopes to take up
an appointment with the Trini-
aad Government.

Attended U.K. Course

R. FITZ A CLARKE, Assist- *

ant Electrical Inspector of
Guiana, arrived here yes-
terday morning by the De Grasse
from England where he spent six
months on a Government course
doing Electrical Installation In-
spection work.

The course was arranged by the
government of British Guiana
with the Eastern Electricity Board
of England.

Mr. Clarke Stopped off in
Barbados for a short stay with his
relatives before returning home
He is a guest of Mr. and Mrs
E. F. McLeod of Wellington
Street.

Mr. Clarke
are cousins.

Also returning from the
yesterday by the De Grasse
Mr. H. Brathwaite of the
communications Department of
British Guiana. He had attended
a six-month course of instruction
in telecommunications. He left
later in the afternoon on the ship
for Trinidad on his way home

British

has



Mrs. McLeod

ana

U.K,
was

Tele-















. Charles McKenzic

Completed Course

ETURNING on the SS. Sea
Breeze from the United
Kingdom were Mr. David Mac-
Kenzie, som of Mz md Mrs

and Mr. Norman

Archer who have completed a
Course of training with the Ford
Motor Company Litd., at Dagen-

ham, England.

After completing their studies
they toured several countries in
Europe including France, Luxem-
burg, Switzerland and Italy.

During their stay in Italy,
David who was travelling with
some Catholic friends had a

private audience with the Pope at
the Vatican. The two young men
will be joining the staff of Messrs
Charles McEnearney & Company

Ltd.
Good Luck

R. CECIL JACK, son of Mr.
R. N. Jack, Acting Labour
Commissioner and Mrs. Jack, left
the island yesterday afternoon by
B.W.LA. for Grenada to take up
appointment as Assistant
Agriculturist at the Cocoa Indus-
try Improvement Scheme

Cecil has recently completed
course at the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture, Trinidad
and had been spending some time
with his parents.

Althoygh his many friends will
be glad to hear of his new
appointment yet his absence will
no doubt mean the loss of a young
pianist to music lovers.

Cecil assures us that he will be
coming back next year and till
then Carib joins in wishing him
good luck in his new job.



a

Open Day Postponed

PEN DAY of the Harrison

College Old Boys’ Associa-

tion which was scheduled to take

place at Harrison College to-day

will now be held Thursday,
November 6.

There will be a cricket match
between the Past and Present
day Harrisonians followed by a
cocktail party.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE






for Conservatory Of Music |
R. JOHN TULL, British Gui-!
anesé tenor singer recently
left the island on a visit to St.
Lucia before going on to the
Conservatory of Music, Toronto
to continue his musical studies.
Mr, Tull who spent about two
months in the island, -had -just





‘M To STARS: +x
and YoU _ ue

7

*
ps

FOR THURSDAY,

OCTOBER
Look in the section in which your

16, 1952.

birthday comes and

find what your outlook is, according to the stars.

Â¥ ARIES OS, ligations should be followed.

completed a 12-months’ tour Of] "44 St sapeu gb carsfully, “Don't overestimate; conserve 2
the Caribbean. energy for the emergencies we all

Music lovers were treated to & x mass. '
programme of cinepont songs *
over Rediffusion and later to,

scessfu erformance TAURUS Thought, integrity are the words. In all
Gakic Ge oe mt K sprit 21—May 20 pe wy Saaiedied, elnamiaia: be pices

No doubt the experience gained sane. Future security depends on how
on his tour will serve him in we conduct business and other personal
good stead in his studies in affairs NOW. +
Harmony and Voice which he mM +. !
started with the Royal School of x GEMINI Search for your advantages and continue
Music. May 2i—June 21 gtriving to hold them. Otherwise, you'll

Back From U.K.
FTER spending about four
months’ holiday in the
United Kingdom, Mr. K. E. Mc-
Kenzie, Manager of Neils Planta-

*

* June 22—July 23

find matters topsy-turvy. Don’t act or

talk out of turn.

Some unfriendly influences that could be
annoying. Stop to ponder more carefully
before acting, Associate with and listen 3

CANCER

tion, St. Michael and Mrs. to intelligently busy people.
McKenzie, returned home yester- x ww
day morning in the SS. De LBO Might as well make. this day busy 3
Grasse. XK sary %—Aug. 22 fROM THE START. Don't risk chances
Also returning by the De of making faulty moves; study, research. >
Grasse from England yesterday * *
were Mrs. R. A, Johnson, mother * VIRGO Don't tabu assistance, but use your
of Mrs. Harold Newsam of aed Aug. %3—Sept. 23 judgment, also, Promote your interests
dale, Hastings and Mrs. A. R. V. aad een healthy friendships. Avoid
Newsam whose husband is an} soubencs to worry.
assistant master at the ae * +
School.
i ils or
Mrs. Newsam went over to pur *& LIB’ Waste no time on needless deta
her daughter Catherine to school | = fussing. Watch your adversary, know

at the Hall, Wincanton, Somerset !
and afterwards remained for a
holiday.

Rural Dean, Berbice

HE REV. ROBERT GRAY, |
Rector of All Saints Angbi-|

can Church in New Amsterdam, |
Berbice, left by the De Grasse |
yesterday evening for Trinidad
on his way home after spending |
four months’ holiday in England. |
He said that he had an enjoyable
holiday and was looking forward |
to returning to his work. i
Rev. Gray is Rural Dean of}
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PICTURE SHOWS:
C. E. Clarke,

(left to
Mrs. R, N. Jack,

Hon. Secretary-Treasurer, and Mrs,

yesterday.

King Farouk And Fam

right): Mrs. 8. R. Taylor, Mrs.
Mrs. Joyce Sealy, Hon.

H.
Secretary-Tr

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Arrive at Santa Marinella

SANTA MARINELLA,

‘ Oct. 15.
Former King Farouk of Egypt,
who found things a bit expen-
sive on the vacation island of
Capri, arrived with his family
Wednesday to make a temporsry
home in a second class hotel at

this seaside resort town.

The exiled monarch, ex-Queen
Narriman, baby King Ahmend
Fuad II, and King Farouk’s three

daughters by his first marriage
arrived at their new home
“Villa of Palms” at 3 p.m. aboard
a chartered bus that brought
them here from Sorrento,

The party left their suite in
the luxurious Paridiso hotel at
Capri early this morning and
went as far as Sorrento on the

Italian mainland aboard the tiny
steamer Linda.

The crowd of 300 at this town
35 miles north of Rome cheered
wildly as King Farouk, smoking
cigar and wearing dark sun
glasses as usual, squeezed himself

a

AY ss.

soup, and after that a deep dish

of roast pork and gnocchi. He
howled for more, beating his
spoon against the table. His

father ignored the uproar, so the
excellent little rascal clambered
on to the table and stamped vio-
lently on his empty plate in a
dance of rage that shook the room,
His mother said to me, “He is hav-
ing trouble with his teeth.” I
can well believe it.

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out of his seat just behind the
bus driver and stepped out for

his first look at “home” a four-
storey stucco villa that is a far
cry from the luxurious paiaces

he enjoyed once as King.

The “Villa of Palms” which the
Royal Family will oceupy for a
few months while looking around
for something more permanent
was selected by Farouk’s Italian
attorney. The ex-King did not
appear disappointed at what he
saw.

After Farouk and the ex-Queen
stepped out of the bus another
cheer went up from the crowd.
The same thing happened when
Farouk’s three daughters emerged
from the bus. The great gates of
the “Villa of Palms” were thrown
open and Farouk’s bus drove |
over the gravel roadway through
the little park of palm trees to |
the left of the villa, and stopped |
at the main entrance. |

—U.P, |

|

By Beachcomber

Gourmet

For the

oO” my return home there
awaited me news of what

an American paper calls, with

masterly understatement, “an un-

usual dinner wine.” It is a
“crackling carbonated vin rose,”
and would probably go rather

well with the lobster and choco-
late sauce,

$1.20

T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)

YOUR SHOE STORE
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A. Vaughn, Lady Savage, Mrs.
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THURSDAY,



Delamere

Land
Flooded

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early hours of the morning. At
Hdletown, between 6 am. and
10.30 a.m. 4 inches and 22 party
were recorded, while at Four
Roads, there were 4 inches and 30
parts At District “C”, the fall
between 6 aam. and !0 aim. was 3
inches and 25 parts

Communications Broken

Telephonic communications at
District “D’, District “E” and Dis-
trict “F’ were disrupted, and al-
though there were two reported
cases of “line” trouble on Rediffu-
sion, these were quickly repaired,
and by mid-day everything was
back to normal. St. Philip was
reported to be without electricity
for the entire morning yesterday.
There were however no reports of
loss of life or damage to property
n this area. ;

In St. George the rain prevented
workers in the field from doing
anything much. Many residents
during the morning were on the
lookout for something disastrous
and some of them even carried
their livestock into their houses
for fear of their being washed
away

Busy Time

St. Peter's residents also had a
busy time and some of the roads
in that parish were almost im-
passable, Heavy rainfalls were re-
ported in that area from 7 a.m.
and these falls continued for about
three hours accompanied by thun-
der and lightning. Some of the
schools were closed down as chil-
dren were unable to leave their
homes.

In St. Philip water on the roads
prevented people from coming out
in the Marchfield District and
there was no work done in the
fields throughout the day. However
there was no damage reported in
this area.

The rain began to fall during
the early hours of the morning

after a clear end starry
night, holding off for a
while. On the dawn of day,
thick overhanging clouds hov-
ered over the entire island,
breaking into torrential rains

about six o’clock. They were ac-
companied by low, rumbling peals
of thunder and sharp flashes of
lightning, and continued to fall
heavily until shortly before nine
o’clock when there was a lull. The
morning remained overcast with
light drizzles falling, and occasion-
al peals of thunder and lightning.
With the lull, the water began to
subside rapidly, leaving the streets
murky with the debris which it
brought with it.

City clerks, school children and
other persons who had business
in the city were delayed, arriving
at their respective destinations
late. The schools in the city were
lismissed for the day.

Work on the plantations was
impossible, and some of the
urban and sub-urban districts,
residents were marooned for more

OCTOBER 16, 1952
WALL







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Barbados Gets
Five Year Plan

BROKEN DOWN



COMBERMERE WALL (looking from Halls Road) shows a break in the fence which was supposed to

withstand heavy flood waters.

than three hours. Work on the
waterfront was also held up, but
passengers arriving by the De
Grasse came ashore.

In the Careenage, the gunwales
of lighters bobbed up and down
above the level of the lamd, and
schooners and motor vessels tied
up alongside the wharf seemed
deserted. The tide was high, and
at the mouth of the Constitution
River, the back current from the
careenage turned the water into
a swirling pool.

Despite the weather, a few
hawkers came to town and took
up their positions on shop steps,
while for the first time in many
days, the familiar cry of sea eggs}
sea eggs! was heard along Roebuck
Street.

Schools Dismissed

Fruit and Vegetable vendors did
little trade in the alleys of the city
yesterday because of the rainfall.
In some of the alleys however they
still had a few sales.

Most of the schools were dis-
missed yesterday and the children
had a day of rest to prepare for
work on the following day.

In some of the country districts
rain left the fields sodden and un-



EVACUATION: People came out
of their houses as the water rose to
danger height.



TWO RESIDENTS of Third Avenue, Delamere Land Wade through
knee-deep water to carry their bed and furniture to safety when the
flood waters forced them to evacuate their homes.

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der water. This rain although not
much, a planter said will do a lot
of good to the crop. He went on
to say that it not only helped the
crop but the extremely hot weather
which was experienced a few days
ago.

Scavengers were kept busy
nearly all day clearing the roads
of the debris left in the wake of
the flood waters

The rain however held up
shortly after midday and people
were able to carry on their usual
routine business.

No severe damage was done to
any of the cables or mains to the
Gas. Co., Electric Co., Telephone
Co. or Rediffusion. Minor things
were soon put back in order.

On The Waterfront

Continuous rains impeded the
progress of \work on the water-
front yesterday morning, and as a
result vessels which were lying
at anchor in the harbour were un-
able to discharge their cargoes.

Early in the morning, the wharf
was partially deserted, but by 1
o’clock, when there was a change
in the weather, labourers resumed
work as if under normal] condi-
tions.

Rainfall Figures

Rainfall figures from the various
districts were as follows:—

Central 2.60 parts

Dist. A. 2. 4 4,
B.-3 Oe --+5
O. 3,78 - ;
” D. Line out of order
E.
F

Holetown 4.20 parts
Crabhill Line out of order.
Four Roads 4.42 parts
Belleplaine 2.70

Seawell 2.36



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In Carlisle Bay

—
Sohooners:=- Belqueen, Marion Belle
Wolfe, Zita Wonita, Mandalay IJ., Fran-
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Motor Vessels Blue Star, T. B
Radar, Jenkins Roberts
ARRIVALS
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Agents:— S. P. Musson & Sons, Ltd.

M.V. Jenkins Roberts, 204 tons from St.
Kitts under Captain G Fergusson
Agents:— A. E. Harris & Co

S.S. De Grasse, 10,333 tons from Mar-
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Paramaribo under Captain D, Zessimatos
Agents Robert Thom Ltd

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Sch. Laudalpha
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Co-operative Society
Get Certificate
The Registrar of Co-operative

Societies, Mr, C. C. Skeete, last
night presented the People’s Con-

sumers Co-operative Society with
their certificate of registration.
The presentation was made

through their Secretary Mr. J, M.
Hewitt when the Society held a

meeting at the Modern High
School.

During a short address before
making the presentation, the

Registrar said that the objects of
the Society was to purchase goods
from stores, and suitable articles
of all kinds to sell to members
and divide the profits in propor-
tion after paying interest etc.,
and to encourage thrift, self-help
and co-operation among members

to improve their economic con-
ditions.

My. F. E. Miller, M.C.P.. was
Chairman at the meeting, and

during his opening remarks, he
referred to the co-operative
movement and the present legis-
lation affecting it.

Presenting the report, the Sec-
retary said that the occasion was
a red letter day for the Society.
It had become more than ever
evident when it was seen that
Government would support co-
operatives they had to put in
some spade work.

The Society was proud to» be
the first Consumers’ Society and
accepted the challenge to their
responsibility.

But he would mention tnat the

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BEDFORD
COMMERCIAL

@ From Page 1
year, additional
i over $1,000,000 had
provided respect of o,
living allowances ($613,000), im-
crements ($140,000), pension
($105,396), salary revision ($100
000) and = passages ($100,000)
Further commitments by 1956
age — increments ($400,000) an
pensions ($150,000). In addition
ihe Government is under oblig
tion to review the emoluments o
the majority of the service an
Ss Errol Dos Santos is
ly investigating the matte:
he Government is not
that in some instances the
taxpayer is receiving full value
for the money spent It i
tended to undertake a review
the hours of work and

efficiency of departments
Reservations
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16. No

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preseni-

satis-

in-

provision has

been made in re@pect of the fol-

have
the

which will
consideration in

lowing matters
to receive
future

Federation.
No firm figures
Une potential cost
Won are available.
inisterial Status.
Discussions are
regarding the development o.
ministerial responsibility. Au-
ditional recurrent
ture will be involved, but
is unlikely to be onerous.
Local Government,
The incidence of aly in-
creased costs arising froin
the implementation of the
Maude Report will have to
be determined.
British Union Oil Company.
A claim for compensation in

(4)
regard)

ot

(b)

ue

(e)

(d)

respect of the leases abro-
gated by the Petroleum Aci,
1950, is under consideration.

if compensation does become
payable, it is anticipated thut
compensation will be linked
to production, and, there-
fore, covered by Revenue.
Civil Servants’ Widows and
Orphans Pensions.

The Government Actuary ot
the United Kingdom has re-
ported that to set up a Fun |
(instead of the presen
scheme) would require a
lump sum payment of the ot
der of $225,000 and an an
nual contribution of $30,00
by the Government. Furthe:
more, Government annua
revenues would be reduce
by $37,000 representing th
contributions of Civil Ser
vants which in future wou!
be paid to the Fund and n
to the Government. The ma!
ter is being investigated.

17. The Government is anxiou

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Tourist Indusrrv

18. The Government recognize
ihat re tourist industry i 4
mportant factor in tne develop-
inent of the economy of thie
Island not only as regards hotels,
but in almost every avenue oi
cmployment. The Government

willing consider represents
ions which may be made to en-
courage the industry

19. Representations have bec
made regarding the operation o,
Income Tax and Death Duties i:
relation to overseas visitors. A
present a visitor, without proe-
perty in the Island, is subject le
income tax after four years (as

habitual visitor) on all remit
tances received in the Island, o1
immediately, if they own proper-
ty in Barbados, on the annual
value of the property or other
local income plus any remit-
tances. It is true that such
visitors whose governments have
a double taxation agreement with
Barbados do not have to pay
more in taxation, but the work
of local assessment etc., and re-
presentations for refund is a sub-
stantial burden,

20. It is proposed to amend
the law to provide that all visit-
ors whose period of residence
does not exceed six months in any
one yent shall net be subject to
Barbados incomé tax provided
that they satisfy the Commis-
sioner that they have paid tax
to another Government, As re-
gards death duties and sueces-
sion duties, the value of the
local estate will be dutiable, but
without reference to any over-
seas assets.

Roads in Barbados

21. The cost of construction
and maintenance of roads in Bar-
is excessive in relation to
the Government revenues. The
Government is not satisfied that
there is sufficient economy in ex-
penditure, or that the present
standards are in all cases neces-
sary in relation to traffic densi-
ties or that the present system

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bados

Diamond Rings

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News From Britain

LONDON. Iw Vaughan Jones

THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 16, 1952



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Labour, under Churcnill's C on chamber legislature ana an exec- MR ROSE now opened at
nied ty ie Arete Orv Lads Revd =v MrT Jn all-out “victory. It was a \de- ing’ in that the flow of certain the World ‘Legislature tobe ° m ADVOCATE STATIONERY
icive g 0: J rkers. But types of o s “ i
Thursday, October 16, wat frente s amagg now, Nia, ceed, mayne Seg lon ae By NEWELL, ROGERS eae
Rave an Cote ae ee ee ear | ad most are light engineering pro- income. A POLICEMAN watched while g“burglar” | 9 0) 44; requirements of - - -
Fron, October 20, unless last ducts, including motor vehicles, Suggestions for progressive} ‘ broke into a mansion in Beekman Place. 7 ee,

a Sere . neawe her- 2nd textile machinery,
malnute negotiations prov einla. Fortunately, the sale on heavy
ing ‘workers will ban piece-work el waa, os —
and overtime. Thus a precedent ;4¢ks and machine is still
for other trades will have been increasing. At the same time, sup-
set plies of steel to the manufacturers









disarmament over the next twelve

- LUMBER & SHINGLES
WALABA POSTS, CEMENT
PAINTS and OILS
GALVANIZED and ALUMINUM SHEETS

% ~ 7
GREAT SIN
RECENTLY in private conversation an

Englishman holding high office in the West

Showman Billy Rose was breaking into his
own home.

For a year Mrs. Eleanor Holm Rose, the ex-
swimming star occupied the hoyse under a

tatives were present to
those Utopian ideas. So delegates
could only assert Communist

Indies described a leading Communist of The thirty leaders of the are improving. segeeldeneaets woud at nave} court order that kept Billy out. When she
the area as a charming person. The same | U/0ns “oe hdl one ne 8 eee ae Serena agpee y had! won a separation suit she went to Florida. and
J 7 made no move to meet the medi- o ? a 5 ,
day another official spoke of a Communist ation efforts of Sir Robert Gould, to oma ommarie, poem tag — af ¥l * bien i * ‘ The Roses owned an art Se ees All BUILDERS HARDWARE
: Pace J saa * Chief Conciliation Officer of the many, because the workers, w welcome visitor London| jing Rembrandts, Ve uez and Renoirs, Bi .

agttptor Se SeeMnOnS Gute Seny te. Ere Minist:y a Labour who tried to one thing and another, are not next year will be Yugoslavia’s eR ee wAS — bj hav 3 , ’ from

bas 4 cae ekén Gin ie producing fast enough,’ and de- Marshal Tito. No, the British] Says suspicious bulky objects have bee S & CO, LTD
After seeing Sir Robert in a Soe be offered sufficient- people have not = suddenly| leaving the house. So he broke in to check WILKINSON & HAYNE " .

inclined towards Communism.
But they applaud any little

fellow who stands up against the

big fellow. And Tito has stood

London hotel, they made it clear

Nobody wants to start a witch-hunt in that they were angry that the

the British Caribbean nor to suggest that
Communism is an immediate threat to our
liberties. But it may well be asked
whether those who hold responsible posi-
tions in the British Caribbean are adopt-
ing the right attitude to this deadly political
philosophy which has enslaved so many
millions of free peoples? Communists
have already established themselves firmly
in British Guiana, Trinidad and Jamaica

Certainly the number of orders
cn hand will keep the heavy en-
posi eae _ gineering industry in full employ-
mi f nother year at least.
two pound a week pay rise. So ee ee i. Britain’s UP. against Stalin, in a world

, ‘ But after that, unless ritain’s where Co is” hapettes “tn
they are retaliating by carrying workers join in a big production the past on m te
out their previous threat to im- drive, which successfully com--starget for ee Fen Mo RS, a
pose the piece-work and over- petes with that of other nations, ~ purthermore. —— 2 eae
time ban. They indicated that the outlook is not so rosy. ing with Fo! ’ 4 outa rn -
their position was strong — for The same holds good in respect cae! has oa oe “Mi
not a single Union had voted of consumer goods too. Britain's chaestut ti na endly,
against their decision, although woollens and worsted goods have rful business, on a man to

— : : basis, A
some pf the Unions had ab- always been, and remain, popular og ttn ee 2 a
stained. the world over. But other house- Sats ters wi repre-

i hold goods are becoming much S@Ntatives of leaders of Stalin's
Phe oor ert en harder to sell, both on the conti- Satellite states, which have

while the policeman acted as a neutral ob-
server.

Sure enough, Billy announces, 90 per cent.
of the art collection is gone and silverware
once used by King George III.

Billy says he will guard what is left.
Eleanor is hurrying back from:Florida.

SURPRISED that Scandinavia is going to
fly a Los Angeles to Copenhagen route across
the North Pole, Pan-American Airways an-
nounces: ‘We have permission to do it too.

Successors to

C. S. PITCHER & CO.

Phones: 4413, 4472, 4687

' To

i i ; y usuall 5
and the President of the Caribbean Labour |means that a big damper has ol - _— bie uae pier ae take B place is. we When across-the-Pole flying starts, we shall
as > , 9een put on personal initiative “oO aa chambers, pee ek os chen ber an tek
ats ae ra aa ee — a ; work. Seen ace D NO eee nae roe an! come to nothing with the walk- o @a
Intth - 7 ney say, 1e€ Mass oO ie workers 7 *

; The second Parliamentary Con- Out of the Red representative.
will have less regard than ever ¢oience on

for the amount of goods that ;ttended

* * *
FLOWERS were heaped at the feet of a
London-born woman on the stage of the

Caribbean trade unions which are affiliated
to the International Confederation of Free

It is likely that Marshal Tito
stay in London at the

World Government, .-
by delegates from will

> e
hey produce for their wage iwenty-five countries, heard some Kensington home of the Yugoslav .
Trade Unions (which he represents) and packets. ; : coe Sruttn eee the nate Ambassador, Dr. Jose Brille), Metropolitan Opera House. Her arms vee ain
. ; Vi eiitceae Moscow. The Quick to give a warning note affairs when it met in London, who was a fellow partisan of ll, too. A sell-out audience clapped an °
those which aan allegiance to itish Carit 1as been Sir Harry Railing, Nigeria’s representative, Mr. Tito’s during the war. - : ed d whistled. Ballerina Alicia Mar-
Free Trade Unions of the British Carib- motemie of the big General Shettima cs er an to the ° r : atacast re - ae h titl le of Giselle after
ean illusions as to the menace of | Electric Company. world’s underdevelo territories Applications for seats to view] kova was back in the title role of Giselle 5
bean have no illu ‘il . she a ae Addressing the company's an- stressed that three quarters of the the, Coronation next year are] . COATS ree $5.58
ad heir | 1 The newspapers are full of
Communism and are setting their houses 1ual meeting in London, he world’s population live on less pouring into London, Fifty thous- severa years. . pape 413
inorder. How surprising it is then to hear sroaied ge spister WAGH, east Chan, Sams Bay cea ot ~ wore one J already been received] “the magic of Markova.” Says the New York CAPES .
4 é A : Trae Se linked wi greater produc- income. ese hundreds of mil- from America, one hundred thou- ° ; i
high ranking English officials dismiss ag jon. And the fullest use of all lions, he said, did not ‘want sand from other parts of the Times, “She continues almost unbelievably PANTS 3.92
“charming” individuals whose loyalties baeiere of production amet be “equality.” They mearely wanted noel chiefly Commonwealth ter-| to enrich this ballet . . . a masterpiece.
; (Py made to mee’ e prices of com- more food, better housing, better ritories. Cost of the seats ranges ;
are wholly foreign to the democratic mode _ [ petitors, medical and educational facilities from ten to thirty guineas. Ship- It must have been one of the great nights SOU’WESTERS

He summed up adequately the and more enjoyment of culture, ping
viewpoint of employers through- These were the real
out the country when he added: hyn,an society.

‘Our customers abroad will not India’s representative, Mr. H.
gay us for inefficient methods. Kamath asserted that the West,
Neither will they pay us for instead of weaning the Asiatic

of life which it has always been the goal
of the United Kingdom to introduce into
its Caribbean possessions.

in the life of the woman born Lillian Alicia
Marks.

and airlines are already

wants of booked to capacity. we

Many of tne visitors are plan-
ning to look up relatives for the
first time and will probably spend

Roll up and stow

igure eutsneon has Js an in- away in a large

; ; , ; 2 ; itai , ket or a_ golf
Far more applicable to the Caribbean of sre wee one, es, porate eoples from Commnunian, | were oe coaendan aa tials air ahaa ot vestigation by the Federal Trade Commission Dag! This lightweight
today is the outspoken editorial in i a, higher standard of living than ae te the Soviet Union wor- the Old World. | : to determine where the consumer’s dollar rainwear is in all men’s
i , 1952, in whic those of other suppliers.” caciaen . ‘ ; ; 2 sizes.
Magazine of September a He explained how all industries aches Sevan, be stated, one eve Britain’s town planners with} 8°€%- He wants to know how much goes to

worshipped Mammon. “You can-

: : «“ i in-
attention is called to “the sheer wicked wr tearenity Ged end Menu: ie

humanity of Communism and the wicked

and services were affected and

their housing development pro>
‘their prices mounted when any

labour, to material costs, to distribution, and }

jects are causing serious worry to 2
c : hich is the direct one branch increased its costs. Wa delegate, coloured the nation’s farming community. to profits. be . Colours :— Navy
ideology of communism which 1s the oened’ he said, = Congressman Adam Powell, spoke At bg as Ne THE history of the British colonies before }, Fawn ‘
cause of its frightful inhumanity, the eae and raw materials j), prighter tones and contradicted ™€nt Britain is losing fifty thous~ Gun Meta

they became the United States will get a
bigger share in the programme of New
York’s municipal schools. They want to
show how ideas and events in the colonies

imported from abroad had to be
reduced,

Trade competitors like Switzer-
and and Sweden, not to mention
he hard working ex-enemies Ger-

and acres to the builders annu-
ally, Much of this is first class
farming land. And if the building
schemes are all carried out, it will
mean a loss to the farmers of an

those who accuse Britain of per-
petuating “colonialism”, Colo-
nialism was dead, he said. The
immovable object it once was had
been met by an irresistible force.

organised murder of at least 20 million
people and the imprisoned wretchedness of
hundreds of millions. Murder, Inc.? Its

‘ i vane i | many and Japan had no restric- area equivalent to three counties —.
address is the iasueg edi in ions on their work and output, A nell eee tan = in twenty years’ time. led to the writing of the US. Constitution.
branch offices are every “om ee ee ieee lt higher lifetime. aes ae ete Se Sete. Senne THE Government’s Economic Stabiliser.
” t * n a pe :
the world”. wages out of “profits”. a ee Sette intro. verson left, And three acres are Roger Putnam, and Mr. Francis Cocke, head
What with the present high 4 (oq at the conference was an Ueeded to feed each man, woman/ of the American Bankers’ Association, pre-
These are outspoken words but they are _| level of taxation, claims could only {! - sae United 28d child. dict thet aeod bua! full i tonciidad iia
oe met by increasing prices in the “amendment” of the United ““T> poost farm output, over ct that good business, full employ

not hysterical outpourings of some journal-
ist with a Communist bee in his bonnet.
The case against Communism is a well-
documented case which the free-world
ignores to its peril. Any Barbadian listen-
ing to Radio Moscow last Sunday afternoon
could have heard in English the naive ac-
cusations against the Western democracies

shops, and all this only led to a Nations Charter to bring about £500,000,000 have been spent by
urther twist in the inflationary world government. It proposed the agricultural industry in the

TheEx-Peddler’sTop-Hat Is
The Silkiest Of Them All

a high level of industrial activity are assured.
Putnam says this will last 18 months.
Cautious banker Cocke limits his forecast to
six months.

Labour Secretary, Mauice Tobin reports
unemployment at an all-time low. Dole

claims are down to 697,280.
* ok *

introduction





in any
weather

and the “glorification” of Stalin, the almost
religious worship paid to a human being,
and the hymn to Stalin. That kind of un-
intelligent propaganda poured in great
oceans of words out of the German broad-
casting stations during the war. Today
they are pouring all over the world from
Moscow.

| The danger to the democratic way of
life may be nearer than we think for all
of us and we would be well advised to
recognised with the editors of Life that
Communism is in our time the Great Sin
against Humanity. We ought not to for-
get that, nor to be taken in by the charm
of our enemies.

Edueational Troubles

THERE are not enough classrooms: there
are not enough teachers: these two educa-
tional headaches afflict every country in
the world today and Barbadians ought to
be made aware of the desperate remedies
to which other countries of the world are
driven to seek relief.

In the United States this autumn the in-
crease of pupils enrolled in elementary
and secondary schools over 1951 was near-
ly 1,7 million. As a result of this and
previous year’s increases, emergency
measures have had to be taken. Make-
shift classrooms in store buildings and

Again and again in the Commons

have seen Socialist M.P.s pulled
ip in mid-flight when a smile at
nce sceptical but tolerant has
litted across the strong features
vhich belonged to a Tory M.P., Sir
Nilliam a Darling (South
idimburgh).

If you are a Socialist, it must
x €xasperating to have Sir
Villiam one of your audience. It
s unfair. For this Tory is not
ide to fit any, known label, He
3 unaccountable,

For instance, you may be dis-
ussing some point of Co-op
rading. Sir William, with a
ourtly gesture setting off the
nost elegant male garb in Parlia-
rent, may well interrupt: “I was
nee a barrow boy.”

In his autobiography published
oday, “So It Looks To Me,” he
rints his peddler’s certificate is-
sued by the Metropolitan Police in
1906 to William Young Darling, of

Rye-lane, Peckham; ag®, 21;
omplexion, fresh; hair, brown;
yes, blue; visible marks and
seculiarities,

Some of his visible marks now
wre the silkiest topper in West-
ninister, the largest cravat, the
»oldest check trousers,

Why not? These belong to the
uccessful Princes-street draper
nd wartime Lord Provost of the
ity where the Edinburgh Festival
happens.

Or Sir William may observe to a
stunned Socialist; “I was once the
president of a union,” And here
is the story to end trade union
stories,

Understand first that Sir Williain
Darling, as a free enterprise shgp-
keeper, has very clear views of his
function. Shops are only a second-
ary industry, he says. They shoulda



Ky William Barkley

be open at such times as the public
wants them,

He once bought a book at mid-
night in New York. Something
jike shopkeeping! He knows no
other place in the world where that
could be done.

As for what happens in Britain
today, he says it is quite farcical

“Shopping has to be conducted
at the time to suit shop assistants,
and not at the time to suit the
public, Tens of thousands of per-
sons are compelled to do their
shopping in the lunch-time, be-
cause the shops are not yet open
when they leave their homes in the
morning or are clos¢d when they
return at night.

“The State might well lay down
the hours in the 24 for the shop
employee, but no restriction should
be laid upon the owners of shops.
who should organise their busi-
nesses with due consideration 10
such necessary restrictions.”

Note that these views were
already firmly tormed in Sir
William's mind when, at the age
of 27, he happened to be a shop
assistant in Perth, Western Aus-
tralia. Following what he calls
“some fcolish speeches” at branch
oer he was hailed as a new
eadcr,

The truth is that most of us
have empty minds, and anyone
who comes forward with a positive
proposal, especially if it is a politi-
cal one requiring for its achieve-
ment effort and sacrifice from
semeone else—such a person is
bound to have a ready hear
und almost certainly a following.”

Enthusiastic colleagues brushed



aside length of membership, pre-
cedents, and every other consid-
eration. They made the youthful
Darling their president.

Now note the words: “Having
achieved the position of presi-
dent of the union, I felt I had to
do something to justify it.

Although Perth was tihen quite
a small place, and going to the
shops was not only a necessity,
but the principal recreation of the
population, I put myself at the
head of a movement for Saturday
closing of shops.

“No consideration was given by
me and my followers of the public
need, public convenience, or any-
thing else. Saturday half-holidays
existed in certain other trades, and
we must have a half-holiday too.”

The movement succeeded. At
least, he says, it was successful
as far as shop assistants in Perth
were concerned, but with doubt-
ful results for the public.

He adds to this odd story: “I
have no regrets in the matter. The
opportunity of leadership had been

presented to me. I accepted it. +

“The experience has made me’
sceptical ever since about the
merits of those who place them-
selves at the head of movements,
the aims of which “re question-
able.

“The only certainty is that the
leader himself secures some satis-
faction to his vanity.”

AND this tale no doubt explains
the quizzical smile of Sir William
Darling when Socialists lecture
him on trade unionism.

There is much more in the book
of this versatile, nhetorical figure;

lots of poetry; and melancholy
memories llipoli, the Somme,
and Passc! aele. “~~

—L.E.S.





mats to fly when they can and save time.
They are not ordered to stay off ships, for
two reasons: some are physically unfit to fly;
and the U.S. steamship lines would raise a
howl.

as Beatrice Lillie, insists she has spent all
the money she is going to earn in her new
Broadway show on dresses for it. She sum-
moned her London dressmaker over to do
them. He has had to make them in 10 days
for Thursday’s opening.
Evening with Beatrice Lillie.”

THE cricket season closed in New York

with a victory by Manhattan Paragons over
the Staten Island Club. There are 4,000
players in 27 clubs in New York. Most are
from the West Indies.

TODAY’S story from the Korean front:

A young flight-lieutenant going into action
for the first time radioed his flight com-
mander: “Skipper. they're shooting at us!”
Replied Colonel Darrel Irwin: ‘That’s all
right.

They’re allowed to.”
SINGER Margaret Truman is stealing the

show from President Truman on his cam-

paign tour to the small towns of the Middle

West. If he appears without her, the crowd

yells

appears at his side.
a

“Where’s Margaret.” Quickly she

* *

THE State Department urged its diplo-

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It is called “An

She will do her sketch as a maid, sing

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One-room, one-tedcher schools are used



to yive training to 1.9 million, Fourteen
million are overcrowded in classrooms with
30 or more class mates. ;

And among these 800,000 are in rooms
with 50 or more pupils. :

The cost of primary education on pres-
ent lines to the government of Barbados
according to an expert is expected to in-
crease from an estimated $1.6 million

1951 to $2.7 million in 1961

in

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its educational expenditure to its financial
resources, if not as drastically as the United
States at least by following some of its lines
of economy.



ployed in the elementary schools?
Has the method affected the
progress of the pupils?

These are questions asked
several parents; generally
are not answered.

T will try to give my opinion on
the matter in simple words.

I have heard several people say
“Oh! the teaahers are responsible
for the children not learning;” I
cannot agree. However, we are
living through some critical times
and must be faced by all sorts of
absurd criticisms,

by

they

Many persons try to criticise a
thing without knowing about it,
but mo sane person would even
try to criticise age grouping. J
believe age grouping to be one of
the best methods ever to be intro-
duced in elementary schools,

The world is changing fast,
things must be adjusted to suit
the change. Years ago, a fisherman

teachers are responsible for the
arrangements of subjects in school,
ean you blame them,

English should be the principal
subject taught in elementary
schools, because, nothing is harder
to cure than the habit of speaking
broken English; not so with arith-
metic,

A pupil gets a better knowledge
of arithmetic when he is matured
and can learn more arithmetic
from twelve to fourteen than from
five to eleven. I doubt if any of
the pupils who have left school
within the last five years can write
a proper letter.

M. MITCHELL.

“Much To Be Thankful For”

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—I venture to offer you
sincere congratulations on your
leading article “British Failure”
although I do not quite understand
your use of the caption.

islands,

As time goes on, Barbadians are
becoming more and more conscious
of their responsibilities as the most
favoured island in the West Indies
qua the political tradition which
Barbadian genius has successfully
elaborated,

It seems unusual to trifle with
our present political status.

We have a lot to be thankful for
and I do not think that there is a
happier and more contented com-
munity on the face of the earth.

Only at Election times are we
violently reminded of the Slave
Trade and Judge Jeffreys and
other of the less pleasant phases
of our island history.

‘oday we can proudly boast that
“nothing bad evet happens.”

I firmly believe that there is
only one island with which we
should federate viz.—Great Britain.

GARDEN OF ENGLAND.

they make jet fighters.
* ae

POLLSTER Elmo Roper reports that 23

per cent. of voters are “sure” for Mr, Steven-
son and 27 per cent. for General Eisenhower.
The rest have not made up their minds. i

After a national survey, the New York|}
Times says the explanation by Republican
vice-presidential candidate Senator Nixon
of his private expense fund has helped
Republican Eisenhower.

~ *

SWIMMER Florence Chadwick, _ who

swam the Channel twice and California’s|}
Catalina Channel once, announces she will
tackle the Strait of Gibraltar and. the Dar-
danelles next summer.

to swim every important channel in the]
world,

She says she wants

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER



16, 1952

Vice Chancellor
Reserves Judgment

HIS LORDSHIP the Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Colly-
more, yesterday reserved giving judgment in the Panama
Estates Chancery Suit after Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., for the
plaintiffs, finished his address which lasted just over two

days.

The plaintiffs in the suit are
Réginald O. Carrington et al. The
five plantations involved are Col-
leton, Trent, Lascelles, Mt Pros-
pect and Four Hills. Legal appear-
ances are Mr. Reece, instructed by
Mr. H, L. Thomas for the plaintiffs
and Mr, G. H. Adams, instructed
by Mr. W, O. O. Haynes for the
defendants, George P. Seale, et al.

The plaintiffs are asking that the
share to which they are entitled
in the estates, both of the Capital
Account and the Income Account,
be ascertained, and for that pur-
pose, all necessary accounts and
enquiries taken and made; pay-
ment and transfer by the defend-
ants to the plaintiffs of what
shall be found due to them in re-
spect of the said estates; that the
Court appoint a Receiver, and
that the estates be managed by
the Receiver under the direction
of the Court.

The plaintiffs are also asking
the Court to declare null and void
declarations of trust drawn up be-
tween the defendants and them-
selves.

Finished Address

Yesterday after Mr. Reece fin-
ished his address, His Lordship
said that there was one point on
which he wanted to hear Mr.
Adams. That was, assuming that
for one reason or another a
declaration of trust was invalid,
could the Court substitute a trust
in different terms on the facts,
could the Court substitute a con-
structive trust.

Mr. Adams said that he would
submit that if the actual written
trust was invalid, everything
would be invalid, but the trust
was not invalid. Had there been
no written document, the Court
would have had to hold that it
was a resulting trust. The same
reason that would make the Court
say it was a resulting trust ap-
plied to the written document.

Oral evidence could have been
given that the money was sub-
scribed and that would have been
sufficient to create a _ resulting
trust. The fact that they carried
it one stage further meant
nothing.

If it were purported that some-
thing was done contrary to the
policy of the law, and everybody
was in it, those who were in
possession would continue to be
in possesion.

His Lordship has reserved giving:

judgment.
TOO MANY IN A SEAT:



Bus conductor Clifford Parris of
Belleplaine, St. Andrew, was fined
by His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn
15/- for permitting more than five
passengers to sit in a seat in the
‘bus M--898 on Waterford Road,
Bt. Michael.

Police Constable Smith attach-
ed to District “A” Police Station
stopped the ‘bus and noticed that
there were more than five in a
seat.

Sgt. Forde attached to the Traf-
fic Branch prosecuted for the
Police,

CASE ADJOURNED ;:

The case in which Oscar Quin-
tyne of Codrington Hill, St.
Michael, is charged with wound-
ing Eric Williams on his hip with
a bottle on October 8, was yester-
day adjourned until October 23 by
His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod,
Police Magistrate of District “A”.

Sgt. Alleyne is prosecuting in
the case for the Police.

J’ca Town Clerk
Returning Home

Mr. B. L. Daniels, Assistant
Town Clerk of Kingston, Jamaica,
is now on his way back home
after spending six months in Eng-
jand on a Government Scholarship
in Public Administration.





Mir. Daniels arrived here yes-
terday morning by the S.S. De

Grasse, accompanied by his wife.

He told the Advocate that the
scholarship was more or less, a
refresher course which took him
to various parts of England and
Wales. ‘

He said that it was very in-
teresting and enlightening and
added that their standards in Ja-
maica compared very favourably
with those of the places he visited
in England.






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The Canadian Cruiser which was
scheduled to leave port yesterday
was delayed because of the in-

clement weather. It will now
leave to-day for St. Vincent,
Grenada, Trinidad and George-
town.

When this vessel arrived here
on Wednesday, it brought a mixed
cargo to the island, including 1,522
bags of flour, 70 boxes of smoked
meats, 43 barrels of pickled pork,
a quantity of tinned ham and
salmon and 59 packages of fruit.

Other cargo consisted of paint,
enamel, cosmetics, varnish and
erane parts. The vessel which is
consigned to Gardiner Austin &
Co., is under the command of
Captain M. O'Hara.

COPRA, CHIEF ITEM

Copra was the ohief item of
three schooners’ cargoes when they
arrived in port yesterday. The
schooners were the Confident IG.
which arrived from St. Lucia under
Captain J. Flemming, the Gita M.,
from St. Vincent under Captain
W. Rose with 568 bags of copra
and the Laudalpha from St. Lucia
under Captain R. Gumbs with 425
bags of similar cargo. Besides the
cergo of copra, the Laudalpha also
brought 172 bags of charcoal and
50 bunches of fresh fruit.

The Captains and crews of the
schooners expressed their pleasure
to have reached port safely after
having encountered very squally
weather off the islands, These
schooners are consigned to the
Schooner Owners’ Association.

GENERAL CARGO



_The Dutch steamer Hersilia ar-
rived in port at daybreak yester-
day. Barbados was its first
port of call since it left its
native seaport town of Amsterdam.
The Hersilia which has a crew of
36 and a tonnage of 2,217 tons
brought a general cargo of food-
stuffs to the island. This cargo ine
cluded 2,445 crates of potatoes,
1,210 bags and-200 bales of ‘New
Cyprus’ onions, 40 bags of linseed,
35 bags of rolled oats, 30 bags of
Pearl barley, 83 boxes and 28
cases of ham, and 100 bundles of
smoked herrings.

Besides» the general cargo of
foodstuffs, the Hersilia also
brought 50 cases of champagne,
15 cases of ironware, Christmas
toys and Christmas tree decora-
tions, electrical fittings and fire-
works, ‘The master‘of the vessel
is Captain J. V. Plaat and it is
consigned to 8. P. Musson & Sons,

TOMATOES, BARRELS

Another arrival in port yester-
day was the 204-ton motor vessel
Jenkins Roberts from St. Kitts
under its master Captain G, Fer-
gusson,

Its cargo consisted of 100 con-
tainers of tomatoes and 140 rum
barrels. On board the Jenkins
Roberts is a quantity of cargo to
be transhipped to British Guiana
and Trinidad, At British Guiana
the vessel will unload 300 con-
tainers of tomatoes after dis-
charging 74,658 feet of lumber and
25 containers of tomatoes at
Trinidad. Agents for the Jenkins
Roberts here are A. E. Harris &
Co., Ltd.

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

Cable and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd. advise
that they can now communicate with
the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station

S.S. Los Angeles, M
Reina Del Pacifico, s.s
Norlandia; ‘s.s Atalanta;
Martime; s.8, Tindra; s.s
M. S Ceara; s.s



Tv. Bahia,
Mostank, s.s.

§.8. Salem
Daytona; s.s.
Andrew Marschalk;
s.s. Lombardy; s.s. Ionian Leader; 8.8
De Grasse; 8.8 Gulf Stream; s.s
Hecuba; s.s. Talamon; s.s. Jobure; s.s.
Sarpedon; s.s. Bahia; s.s. Rio Atuel;
s.s. Antoniotto Usodimare; s.s. Black
Heron; s.s. Garden State; s.s. Bertrand;
s.s, Albaro; $,s. Sol-
viken; s.s. Pioneer Star; s.s. Sea Pearl;
8.8. Nicolaos Pateras; s.s. Giulia; s.s
Regent Springbok; s.s. Dodin Marsano;

8.8.



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RESIDENTS OF CONSTITUTION and Delamere Districts evacuate
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their ho



OBITUARY

mes whic

h were

Mr. H.N. Leacock Must Repay £2. 8s. 8d.

The death occurred quite un-

expectedly yesterday of Mr In the Petty Debt Court of “A” charged
Henry Norman Leacock at his Bridgetown yesterday His Hon- and larceny
residence Ebor House, Marine °U' Mr. H. A. Talma gave Cctcber 5 and
Gardens. He was 68. judgment for the «plaintiff Clara Iyspector
Lynch of Queen’s Street, St. fo:
Mr. Leacock was the second Michael to the amount of £2, 8s. hearing
son of the late J. N. C. Leacock, 8d. in her case against Rupert

VAN IN ACCL

With
sometim
October

Franklyn

DENT

6

prosecuted
the Police in the preliminary

merchant of this city. He was gre : joiner of Nelson Street.

educated at Harrison llege yneh claimed the amount of 3 ; aie

and after leaving en a £2. 8s. 8d. form Forde after he | Shortly atter 5 $0. a.m y
joined the firm of S. P. Musson 8d failed to build a pair of chairs terday the Police 999 van M

Son & Co. Ltd. later becoming
partner and a Managing Direc-

E while it
tor. He was also Chairman of

engaged Forde to make a pair ot was

for her. She told the court ye@- 1872 was involved in a
terday that on July 30, 1951 she ©n Bush Hall Road, ‘er ar
r »y Police

driven

those

the Barbados Telephone Co. and Chairs for her and paid him Constable Pitz Stanley Jones
of Ridge Ltd. plantation owners £2. 8s. 8d. in advance. — : This van is one of
Since she has paid him in are in contact with th
advance she had not heard or } '

In his earlier years of a more Room at
robust. health he was a member
of the Chamber of - Commerce
and at one time President. But it
was not only business which in-
terested him. He was a lover of
the classics and of flowers; in
fact he has always been regarded

seen him.

JUDGMENT FOR DEFENDANT





His Honour Mr. H. A. Talma y :
in the Petty Debt Court of ee = s
Bridgetown yesterday gave judg ht Ais pe i .
ment for the defendant Hilton O&OK ia s

as the island’s outstanding horti- Bradshaw of DaCosta Land, St, Yosterday. She was taken to the
culturist. He was President Michael in the case in which General Hospital and treated for
of the Orchid Circle and plaintiff Mabel Daw also of Da> Pruises cn her face and hands
the Horticultural Society. Costa Land, St. Michael, claimed At the time of the incident
His appearance bespoke from him damages amounting togseaty was attampting to get off
this. His familiar figure pacing £10. the bus

quietly along Broad Street could

always be identified by a lovely Daw gave notice of appeal at,
rose in the lapel of a spotlessly the bar. She told the court}
white suit and his gentlemanly yesterday that on July 2, one of |
manner made him respected by her fowls went in the grounds |
even those who did not come into of Bradshaw and during that |
close contact with him. time Bradshaw threw a stone at
the fowl and broke a leg. |

rOC as r |

never ‘affected by the hubbub WS fined 20/- and 2/- costs for

cruelty. The fowl] died about |
three days after it was struck |
and since the loss of the fowl has
caused her much inconvenience

around him. Quiet in manner as
if always absorbed in deep
thought he could enjoy good hu-

Ses sone dy bleoinaie Me m. ae £10 es bey
@ D ee ae radshaw said that he had
friends the humourous stories pone crops in his ground and

which he had encountered either
in the course of business or on
the field of sport.

the fowls belonging #© the plain®
tiff used to destroy the crops.

Before giving judgment for the

He had_ enjoyed an_ enviable defendant, His Honour Mr. H.
pepularity in his earlier days A. Talma told the plaintiff that
when he played cricket for Wan~ according to the law her fowl
derers C.C..in the company of was trespassing on the lands of
the Austins, the Challenors, the the defendant The defendant
Goodmans and the unforgettable had a right to kill the fowl in C
exponents of the golden era. He such a way that it did not \
was alse a good tennis player. ‘suffer. i>

But illness and pressure of “You are entirely out of court, /{

business limited his activities but and you have no case,” His Hon-!|_ —- iy .
not his interest in sport of every our told Daw. f Gr {¢
eae DISCHARGED 4

Away from business and the --———__——— A
work-a-day world he was a His Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith ‘ i

Acting Police Magistrate of Districi /
“A”, discharged Theophilus Bis-

pham and Lucille Chandler of | (
Water Hall Road, St, Michael, in |
the case in which they were !
charged with receiving money |
knowing the same to be stolen ori
October 6.

Mr; FG.
behalf of

knowledgeable conveysationalift,
only natural to a lover of the
classics. He had seen the face of
Barbados change from the
halcyon days of sugar to the
present trend towards the wel-
fare state. He however kept his
balance and was never heard to
denounce any particular system.

Smith ¢ ared 01
It was his wide and varied know- Smith -appearedoss

the two defendants











ledge of Barbados and things while the case for the Police was
Barbadian that led to his ap- conducted by Inspector Franklyn
pointment as an acting Member attached to District “A” Police
of the Legislative Council years Station.

o>: _ COMMITTED TO SESSIONS

He was married to a_ Miss 4

Lawrence, a woman of exquisite Eustace Springer (33) a
tastes and refinement and herself labourer of Pine Hill, St.
a horticulturist and to her the Michael was committed to the
sympathy of a wide circle of next sitting of the Court of
friends will be extended in her Grand | Sessions yesterday by His
hour of bereavement and sad Worship Mr . B. Griffith Act-
‘che. ing Police Magistrate of District |

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Government

propose
rerefore, to undertake an in-
the whole system

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IT COSTS NO MORE
— PROBABLY LESS

On SALE AT ALL
LEADING STORES

quiry into

22. This memorandum and the
outline plan of) development |
being submitted to
ture to obtain
eral
the proposals
the taxation proposals in réspe:
of Customs and Excise
submitted for approval.

23. The proposals in respect of ij
Entertainment Tex, Racing, Mis- |
cellaneous Fees and Death Duties
will be submitted to the Legisla-
ture as soon as possible i

24. The increased rates of } |
Company Tax and Individual In- |
come Tax will be submitted early |
ir. the New Year and will apply |
to the income year 1952.

25. The supplementary expen-/}
ditute proposals for 1952/53 will,
be submitted at an early date

26. It is hoped to raise a loan
of $2,000,000 locally to cover the
loan expenditure presently
charged to an Advances Account.
It will not be necessary or ex-
pedient to raise at once the ad-
ditional proposed loan expendi-
ture approximating $6,000,000. At
this stage, it appears that the]
new loan’ proposals could be!
financed during the next twe
years fom Government funds and
by short term borrowing, but it
will be necessary to keep the}
eash position continually under
rev'ew |
27. Special arrangements The | =

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the
ipproval
to the principles
At the

Legisla-
in gen-
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same tim¢

will be






have to be made regarding the
financing of the Harbour Scheme.

Dr. Mossadegh |
Issues Penal Law |



TEHERAN, Oct, 15.
Premier Mohammed Mossa~
degh has issued a_ special Ww |
imposing penal sentences’ of
from three to fifteen years on|

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Cairns Forceps

Hot Water Bottles

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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 46, 1952
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
CLASSIFIED ADS. | | CFFICIAL NOTICE
| BARBADOS '
Fo Ne a _——— ~ [PE y a
TELEPHONE 2508 | IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY a aT ee oe
- = — —_—-— — . _—<—————————
} * ‘ - Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- in pursuance of the Chancery Act, 196 I do hereby give notice to all persons |
CONGRATULATIONS FOR SALE ment) Order, 1952, No. 35 which will be published in the Official | *.“'™* °° : a on Pre ee, oi aa ae eee 4 SS S| M V Tne M1
“MANY HAPPY RETURNS” Gazette of Thursday 16th October, 1952. vie mae an account of their claias with their witnesses, documents ‘and . . - ca
Congratulations to Miss Coral Miliar 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of}; noon and $ clock in the eitenagon at ‘the Re stration mee, Put ie wulldin = eee ee
Plt is gessme who cok » Se a e ¥ a ve Registration Office, Public Buildings, nat ahead
of Watt's Village, St. Georg AUTOMOTIVE “Gasoline” is as follows:— Eridgetown, before the Sth day of November, 1952 in order that such claims may | ger
brates her Birdhtay toréay.. sans aae “d on and ranked according to th: nature and priority thereof respectively, | Friday
re ns © be day anc ince - ene alain seaat incall . ¥ etherwise such pe * will be prechuded from the benefits of any decree and be
for your future happiness, CAR ioe saaee ARTICLE RETAIL PRICE deprived of ail ck on oF against the said property. will be arriving at Barbados The M.V. “CARIBBEE
: __ 109m: Liter Apply ci (not more than) Peas; VeRTON mavens GeezTEE on MONDAY, Getober 20th [J Hp} cop veo De
—_——- ~—-—-- - S o > » 95-29 . | ami nica Antigua Montserrat,
SD ER tl Beting herein by EDNA OSCOLA WROOME his Attorney on record in this Island. (jf 20d will be sailing on Nevis and Sst. Kitts
IN MEMORIAM : be = FROPERTY. ALL THAT Certain piece or parcel of land situate at Six Men's eee 23rd October Friday 24th inst
= "aa eal ; = = - in the parish of int Peter and is'and vesaid contain! by admeasure- ‘or St. uc. St. Vincent,
CAR—Zephyr 6 Like new only done | Gasoline 65c on in : .
a 16,000 mil Phone 4496 or 4112 inet oe & Perches fort art ef mt cee Par an eet :\|] Grenada, Aruba, ac BWA. sONOONTR OWNELS’
GRIFFITH-—-In “loving memory of our 14.10.52—3n on lands of Six Men's Plantation on the Seashore on lands of Messrs. R. & Passengers and Freight. ASSOCIATION (INC)
daugbter and sister Frid Sybil - — a nant : G. Challener Ltd. and on the Public Road or however else the same may
a who fell asieep in Jesus on CAR—One (1 Ford Consul Apply j abut and bound together with ihe Messuage or Dwellinghouse thereon 16.10.52—2n. Censignee, Tele No. 4047
October 16, 1948 Dr. E. W. Storey, Phone 4002 or Office 115th Oetober, 1962 } and all other buildings and erectio: s on the said parcel of land erected and |
As years rofl on 668 14.10. 88—t.2.n i built standing and being with the appurtenances.
niuette tee “CAR — Triumph Mayflower; Latest | Bill Filed 15th July, 1952 H. WILLIAMs,
So He took you home to rest Model; 1,700 miles. $2;200. Dial 3355 Dated 2nd September, 1952 ee. |
Ever to be remembered by Elma Griffith 14. 10. 52—3n ‘i . 7 ce '
(mother), Margo (Daughter), tna, isis- ! Vacant Post of Superintendent of Public Market, Barbados. —
ter) and Osbert (brother) 2 ; CAR—HELLMAN convertible, owner
EAE ten. | Servet, aly Gene S000 calles bersatn Applications are invited for the post of Superintendent of the |
——_—$_—$_$_$_$__— ER 2 | ; 2023
RUTCHINSON—'- toving memory of m 11.10.52—3n | Public Market, Barbados. j
Dear Moti.er Agnes Hutchinson, whe - T R A R = R AW N |
fell asleep on October 16, 1951 CAR—One (1) Chrysler (Windsor ac aoe ; . baa te sail a Pr
Sed tnventies.have hp eperial day | suid Dikive Automatic Gears in .periect The salary is $3,600 per annum and a temporary non-pensionable ae , P
Of my dear one who hbhs pateed avin | condition, Tyres practically new A y}cost of living allowance is payable at present at the rate of $156.00 ' | STEAMSHIP COMPA
thy Pou loved you did your be Mr. T. Syd Kinch or Me % ibuti
Fel eee Tee soved 2 9a | Mr. Sydney ‘S052 12n./Per annum. Contributions to the Widows and Orphans Pension AN D A N ! M A L a D R AW N Vv E H j C L E S | y : Soa 7
Always remembered by Doris Jordai 5 “me ¢ ate ; " > 2 | ; j
Always vemembered by Doris Jone Scheme at the rate of 4% of salary are normally deducted. CANADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
tard, (Grands) Ruby Gittens (niece) MECHANICAL The post is pensionable and a); pointment will be on probation for '
16.10. 52--1n »UUTHBOUND ALCOA ALCOA



HOWEILA--Forever loving memory of ow
Dear Mother Aleatha Alidin Howell whe
Passed away on Oct. 16, 1981 unt
Abraham's bosom but rests in Christ

O Love: how deep: how’ broad:
how high

He fills the heart with Ecstasy.
That God! the gon of God: should tak:
Our mortal form for mortal’s sake
and. Eustace Howell (sons). Mis:
{1 Roach, Mrs. Clarine Murray anc
Miss Wilhelmina Jordan One tee :
16,10. 52—1y







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opstairs Flat, 3 bedrooms, gas, electricity
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EXPERIENCED Young Man with gen-
eral knowledge of Customs and Office
Apply Wm. Fogarty (B’dos) Ltd.
14.10.52—4.f.n

.C.A. SNSRECTOR—Not under 21
age—licensed to drive a van or
ith a standard of education up to

7 Salary $60.00 per month—plus
uniforms. Apply in writing to the Secre-
-P.C.A. Office, Harbour Police
: 16,10,52—2n

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FURNISHED BUNGALOW — American
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Lancaster, Bechtel, Apt.
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12,10. 52-——7n.

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16,10. 52—1n

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AUCTION

By instructions of the Insurance Com
pany T will sell at * CRAIG'S GARAGE’
Roebuck Street on FRIDAY 17th. at
1 pm. VAUXHALL SEDAN
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Car in good working order, good
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Medel. We are instructed to sell both
these damaged vehicles by Auction at
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October at 2.30 p.m.

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12.10.52—4n
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closed from the 3rd day of October 1952,
to the Mth day of October 1952, both
days inclusive.
By order of the Board of Directors
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NOTICE

Is hereby given that it is the intention
of the Commissioners of Highways of the
Parish of Christ Chureh in this Islan:
to cause to be introduced into the Legiv
loture of this Island a B'l! authorising thr
Comimissioners to pay to Vrs. Wapole
the, the Widow of Mr. Dudley Waithe,
who at the time of his death was a casual
employee of the said Commissioners, 4
gratuity equal to one-third of the wages
paid to the said Dudley Waithe during the
three immediately preceeding th«
date of his death.

Dated this 13th day of October, 1952

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

So'cltors for the Commissioners of

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NOTICE

Is hereby given that it is the intention
of the Vestry of the Parish of Christ
Church in this Island to cause to be in-
troduced into the Legislature of this
{slond:

(a) A Bill authorising the said Vestry
to raise a loan not exceeding $12,000.00
for the purpose of erecting a stone build-
ing to be used as quarters for the Matron
of the Almshouse of the said parish in
substitution for the existing wooden
Suilding which is considered to be beyond
repair, such loan to be reps by 15
‘nnual instalments of $800.00 each, com-
mencing on 3st October 1954, with inter-
st on the principal sum for the time
being ow'ng at a rate not exceeding 5¢
er annum

(b) A Bill authorising the said Vestry
in computing the pension payable to Mr
Roland Eversiey as from 24th September
1952 on his retirement from the Office of
“oor Law Inspector of the said parish,
to take Into account the five years during
which he held the office of Assessor of
he said parish notwithstanding that such
term of service was not continuous with
his remaimning term of service with the
said Vestry.

(ce) A Bill authorising the said Vestry
in computing the pension to become pay-
ablg to Mr. J. A. Coleman on his retire-
mefit from the service of the said Vestry
to take inte account the ten years during
which he held office with the Commission-
ers of Health and the Commissioners of
Highways respectively of the said parish
notwithstanding that such term of service
was not continuous with his present term
of service with the Commissioners of
Highways of the said Parish

Dated this 13th day of October, 1962.

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors for the Vestry of the parish of
Christ Chureh
15.10,52—3n








BARBADOS,

IN THE COURT

vouchers to be examined hy me on any
12 noon and 3 o’clock in the afternoon at

therwise such persons will be precluded
deprived of all claims on or against the
Plaintiff — CYRIL

Defendant — WILMER

PROPERTY. ALL THAT certain piece

bounding on

and all other buildings and erect
standing and being

Bill Filed 5th August, 1052

Dated 2nd September, 1952

Scheme comes to an end
advantage of the Cash

introducing new Subscribers before that date.
REDIFFUSION WILL PAY $1.50 in cash for every

new Subscriber brought

Company, up to the 3lst October. ’

> Relax with Rediffusion.



REDIFFUSION





two years in the first instance and subject to medical fitness.



CFFICIAL NOTICE

In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906 I do hereby give notice to all persons
having or claiming Jny estate, right or interest or any Hen or incumbrance in o1
affecting the property hereinafter mentioned, the property of the Defendant, to
ot1ug before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and

Bridgetown, before the Sth day of November, 1952 in order that such claims may
© reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,

Hill, in the parish of Saint Michael and Island of Barbados abovesaid con-
taining by admeasurement one acre one rood or thereabouts Abutting and
lands of Samuel James Caddle of one
Deane and on the Public Road, or however else the same may be abutting
Together with the messuage or Cwellinghouse thereon called “MAYVILLE





REMINDS THE PUBLIC that the Recommendation

~e
Ford of Alfred C. =
ions on the said land erected and built a ov” «nh
H. WILLIAMS, Sa: G ones
Registrar-in-Chancery. “ww yo
3.9.52—4n “ee speo™
os yp
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PDD
PDI
a
PPD
PPADS
PDD
owner
PPPDPD OS
on November Ist. Take TOO
Commission offered by Se.
+ eee

Passages
for the officer and his family to Barbados will be paid up to a mbxi-
mum of $1,440 and leave passages will be granted for the officer and
his wife after a minimum tour of three and a half years. j
The officer will be responsible for— |
(a) the proper management of the market including sanita- |
tion and cold storage, rental of property, collection of |
fees and rents and keeping of books;

(b) the inspection of me it slaughtered and sold in the
Public Market;

(c) the testing of weights, measures and scales and weigh-
bridges.

Candidates should be qualified to inspect meat. Previous experi- ;
ence of abattoir and meat marke: management and meat inspection |
would be an advantage. |

The successful applicant may be required to undergo a period of ,
training overseas of about six months duration. j

Applications giving details as to age, qualifications and experi-
ence should be sent to the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings, |
Bridgetown, Barbados, so as to reach him before the 15th of November, |
1952.



RECRUITS WANTED

Twenty Recruits are required for the Barbados Police.
following are ,the minimum requirements: —
Age: 20—27 years
Height: 65 ft. 8 ins. in bare feet.
Chest: not less than 36 ins, expanded,
Education: Standard VII and over.

i

Applicants will be interviewed at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, 22nd |

October at District “A”. |
R, T. MICHELIN,

Commissioner of Police.

16.10.52—2n. |

The

Police Headquarters,
Bridgetown,
14.10.52.

VACANT POST OF HEADMISTRESS OF ST. LEONARD'S
GIRLS’ SCHOOL, RICHMOND GAP, ST. MICHAEL

Applications are invited from: (jraduates or Non-Graduates with
‘uitable teaching experience for the post of Headmistress of St.
Leonard’s School for Girls, Riciimond Gap. The school provides
education at the secondary stage for about 735 girls between the
ages of 11 and 14. The successful applicant will be required to take
up her duties on Ist January, 1953.

The salary will be on the scales for Grade IV Headmistresses in
the Government Teaching Service i.e. basic salary will be in accord-
ance with qualifications and experience with the addition of a pen-
sionable emolument of 35%. An allowance of $240 per annum is
payable to University Graduates who possess a recognised Teacher's
Certificate or Diploma.

The post is pensionable in accordance with the

ie Barbados Pensions Act 1947 (1947-20).

provisions of

Applications giving full particulars of qualifications and experi-
ence should be sent to the Director of Education, Garrison, Barbados
y 25th October, 1952,

16.10.52

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CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY
From Page 3.

Society had no use for those who

\ere unwilling to do something

to help in their own welfare.

; For the future they had to get

sufficient members and capital,

With regard to the rules they
had to remember that the Society
had to sell 75 per cent, of all items
to members. Realising this they
had to remember it was neces-
|sary to support the ‘Society’s
schemes,

Their Society wanted to take a
lead in the formation of the Union
of Societies.

After -the Secretary gave his
report the Registrar made a short
address and then presented the

Secretary with the Certificate ol
Registration. :
Mr. C. Beckles, Co-operative

Officer, next gave a talk on “Co-
operatives.”

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the Registration Office, Public Buildings,

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said p: .

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ORNESTINE CUMMINS

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~ PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,
' o
|} Vic has been _ grievously Regiment Play
| troubled by his inability te ;
| build i to eight stone when he*s Y y »
* in seertactts fit and at last he’s found Stalwarts Sunday
lwwhat he considers to be the cor- 4 ket match between ti
f cricket atch Ww i ie
| Beet remedy Barbados Regiment and a Stai-
And how does Scobie, all warts XI will be played at the
a ca jspruced up in brand new paint garrison on Sunday, October 19
, ‘French Design’ Make = ROBINSON RAPS ot Tv FIRST HOMER “Artiatie ic er | e | apa oe ee ee and will ee Se 2¢
- his s 7 . a
° arns” “An'n reconciled, to announces _— ALWARTS. xi. at abo
i F T. Se bi ‘seh ye Mf ah gle him ten per (Capt.), L. F. Harris, C. Atkins,
“Vic says if ah gie him ten per ne: sa
Challenges Too Late POM FAT SCORN ae Bee cae att bol, HS Cote
m ent he'll gie me per +- a , : -
: SYDNEY HULLS pont -_ his purses fur actin’ as “—_ Cc. DePeiza, and H. Mande-
. . “WHEN is your next ee I asked Vic Herman, ble| his!” —L.E.8. —
Fre 0 Own Corres
a eee appendent) 23-year-old Scottish fly-weight boxer in the oomntortablel >Oo-,
NEWMARKET, Oct. 15. surroundings of his London
MR. GEORGE MACLEAN'’S seven-year-old Flush Vic said no >
Royal starting at 33 to one won an exciting race here this ture named Tam Scobie, did.
, afternoon for the Cesarewitch by a neck trom the 100 to
t seven French Design, who was held up for a late challenge. he growled at me: “Och awa wi’
: This only just failed. re iTitch hidna ‘any time for
’ Two lengths away third came — ghting noo-he’s too busy looking
100 to one outsider Queen Vashi / oe Titel” indeed! That's no way ae. eatin is No 1!
var ea: cose A si ewis Is Next to address a boxer even he on the Herman variety bill. |
ee ane dlingdie ¥ ts only five feet two inches. So easily has two fisted Her-|
Pt Ky At le "a Ss oa F Di I And when you consider the jan taken to his two voiced job}
nOrtESS, mane ee) oe or Ww. that his cross-talk act will be

Light and Ballechin. Flush Roya!
is trained at Middleham in York-
Jack Fawcus.

Soccer



speaker was a tousk«headed, red-
coated, tartan-trousered ven-
triloquist’ s doll, bare three feet

featured in a West End night

club soon,

hire by Mr. high in his thick crepe soles, well, Yes, the demon barber of the
1 The last eer a -S the aes savoured of sheey fight-mill is a man of parts.
the Cesarewitch was Grey Pic) By DENNIS ROBERTS impudence. Occasionaliyghesgrows a beard
in 1903. It was a particular Jim Lewis, England and Walth- Herman, a black-haired bundle as an outwa





at in Mylne-street, Finsbury. |
thing. His companion, a glassy-eyed crea- |
In a throaty Glasgow accent of wood-carving tools.
A month back his aaa!
wife Fay presented him with}
Mr. Scobie as a first wedding an- |

expression of his

meritorious performance becau on Avenue centre-forward, cf dynamite with a Bob H artistic feelings.

Flush Royal carried 125 Ibs. be tne next amateur foot a eit ” the end of his Dose, = : He may not have time to,

2 lbs. below the top weight o er to play tor a London First pa Don’t mind Tam,” he said. think of fighting now, but when-

Strathspey. No horse has carrit Division side. He is to meet Ted e takes his cheek from me-— ever anybody mentions the

125 lk story i s race or ‘ S é iité as ‘a good doll should.” British fly-weight title, recently
} bs. to victory in this rac m rat SCUSS an invitation to This Herman is something Tenens |
' this course for many years. Flu Ke casional appearances for @igerent in the boxing line. left vacant by the re nt o

Royal was ridden by Northern Cnhelse Known to the spotting public the West

champion jockey W. Nevett—a last it this comes about—es seam in the British Isles as a 112 Ib.

minute change of plan likely—Messrs Lewis and Drake hunk of fighting man, Vic is by

Nevett brought Flush Royal entitled to a nearty chuckle trade a asker and. 2 a musician

with a strong challenge down t at the expense of other profes- by hobby

hill to take the lead from Queen sional sides, He has played instruments—

Vashti to go three lengths clear. Why’? Because Lewis, one of the the bagpipes included of course

Then E. P. H. Smith brought
French Design with a well-timed

most outstanding amateur players
since the war, has been completely



—ever since he was quite a little
shaver back home in the Gor-

Did you get that? The little





challenge and though he was ‘snored by the professionals busily bals. 11 worried because he
closing on Flush Royal, the latter Cee overtures to other § Casually you learn he is also tallow - vo . peene he

‘ ree @ amateurs. ¥ ie m7 th a ie
held on in a, game fashion He Says Lewis now: “L kept saying all Ms Sn ie Togs HS eg ES
My n ridden with p ‘No’ so many times that the otner Carmichael, MP. _ dusten, | eave - bee whit tei ten

° ea a srofessional clubs took it for : mm,

His fine turn of finishing speed Prinieg. But they are wrong.” WHILE YANKEE LEFTFIELDER Irv Noren looks up sadly, a fan Glasgow. inant you win tah toUbie.
ae vane gg wi “(encom 12 Seockiva’s Sones ey of wre & ~ eH nit catch him with a lump of putty
peatent . owners fatiee Out In The Cold second inning home run, The first hit, as well as the first homer, Snonleion * Ww
i g it into strange shapes Rolex atches

Mr. Jimmy MacLean had bought yi. year George Kobb of gave the Dodgers an early advantage on which they improved in the fa Fe RP lh ts sy ne

two runs, The Dodgers won 4 to 2.
(International)

France for
time looked

Flush Royal from
£35,000 and at the

Finchiey, and Vic Groves of Ley- Sixth, when they brought in ture—or you may find. him LOUIS L, BAYLEY









vonstone have played tor Spurs, SP ie oa ___. | chipping awav with a new set Bolton Lan
g seety Tete are 9 and Bill Holmes for Blackburn. j a G pineal m
is was the sixth success * As for Lewis, weil he has been left SWIMMIN , Pe
year. and his eighteenth al- out in we cold. Ge aT; W Id )
together. It all sounded very sad. Said 0 ou

JACK WARDROP, 20-year-old
Scottish Olympic’ swimmer come”
pleted a nap-hand of victories in

Master Cutler set out to make
all the running, taking the lead,
whet the field settled down

the forlorn Lewis the other day;
“No one seems to want me this
year,”

Not Improve




properly from Fire Thorn, Satur- Not even Leyton Orient, for ® the British Championships at
nin, Parting Shot, Footpad, whom he has piayed several ympics Brighton last week. In the final |
Pharisis, Matatone, French De- times, were interested. it seemed cession at the King Alfred Baths, |

Hove on Saturday, he added the)
—Says Sporisman’s Diary 9 yards freestyle to the 220 and|
EFFORTS are being made to 449 yards he had won the preced-|

include golf in the Olympic oS ing days. The half-mile and mile!

Neshsttien coil Shion ts saan chamaicattips he won ensiiee 1,
‘ é season, e

dent it will form part of the pro- onda ty be t

they had turned sour en Lewis,

a player who wants to keep his

amateur status,

Earlier this month Len Goulden
happened to be watching Avenue
play rking, and it was Lewis
who scored the winning goal.

sign, and Athole Brose.

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babies be

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Teddy Gardner, Herman’s wist-
ful look shows quite plainly that
he still has hopes of securing
that championship for Scotland.
A serious bout is out of the
question for the next six weeks.
Why? Vic is taking a body-
building course to put on weight.

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“ see Drake when we play Black- the U.S, Golf Association. |
Control have narene po se a a 0 Ae pool”, he said. But Lewis had to seems no reason why our plans When your BACK : ee LEE ES ehh eh 6h Xe SR
a, Be DR ve el ; tate re. Play for Essex that day. should not materialise. 5 . Certainly not ! Baby’s cry _ = S ars esteem 5
6g eae ~ From all accounts, Lewis 1s No, Mr. Paxton, there is a f e , Vl ie ia f ose in ni

ceived by Mr. Cyril ere, ee playing as well as ever. In eight reason. The Olympic programme| ACHES... > weeiiymemsyain the pain of indigestion.
retary of the West iaeiad ra et games this season he has scored js already overburdened with| Beckacheis saneet tatnay Wine, Cow’s milk'by itself you see, is apt to form a clot in
ae of Control yesterday from 44 times, Today he is playing for sports that have no part in the, The kj bers blood’s filters. When baby’s stomach. That's why wise nurses and mothers ade

M The cable stated that the Indians net ieetes com ‘Swan Tee hip ae t why | they get out of a eedheger a ne acids and Robinson’s ‘ Patent’ Barley. This famous cereal enables (ALPHA TOCOPHEROL)
are willing to accept the original international trial, He is one not bring back lawn tennis to, camer catuak sve bottle-fed babies to digest their food as easily as methe:'.
programme oars for sae tour 2. player who has no fear of losing the Olympic fold and adopt table disturbed rest or that ‘tired out’ milk and prepares their digestive organs to deal with in large doses
start in Trinidac a anuary nis place in the England team. tennis—perhaps the two most in-! soon follow. To make your kidneys more solid foods later on. ‘Try Robinson’s ‘Patent’ Barle;
and to end on April 2 y He is a level-headed man, He ternationally played games? properly —and to keep them in good order — ae " : Y

It regretted however that the is a purchasing officer for a firm of The Olympic Games would lose} use Dodd's Kidney Pills. Dodd's Kidney and see how he thrives, are advised to demand the same as that used
West Indians were unable 2 make fast London vacuum flask manus nothing by cutting out séccer and Pills quickly rid your over-burdened blood by the shute institute for medical research.’
further alterations to the pro- facturers; never lets football in= pasketball. Why admit anothe: of excess acids and wastes so that pure, 5 75 1.U. EACH GELUCAPS
gramme drawn up last July. terfere with his business. interloper? t fresh blood flows to every nerve 5 va

maihenstalive arenes ae His fair-haired wife Maureen Then you feel better look better — e
stated to-day that both Vinoo does not want him to be a profes- < better und you are ready to dance ULES
Mankad and Datoo Phadkar have gional. She once told me: “Things THIS TAKES THE CAKE i hg Se. Dodd's Kidees nO ‘
stated their desire to visit the would not be the same. Still, it'’ AUSTRALIA'S golden medal in the blue a Lay obtainable at
West Indies, Earlier reports had always been up to him.” girl, MARJORIE JACKSON, duai bands. Only 3/- at all J24 = ‘PATENT’ B A R L E Y .
quoted the two as saying that they Lewis had the best football edu- Olympie women's sprint cham- : C
would not be available to visit cation anyone could get—from-his pion has won another contest nev Pills H P HARRIS & O
the West Indies. father, Jim Lewis senior—or “Big” this time over the Australian! r , "

—€CP) Jim as he is known—played for Amateur Athletic Union. ‘
Walthamstow Avenue and also aS = Qn Friday September 26, stiie itd Chemists & Druggists
oe a for ne dh ee Jackson was 21. Her home town, Lower Broad St.
engers, e captpine wand Lithgow, NSW, had arranged a BRID IN [ J AR
Conrad Hunte amateurs many times. civic party for her with a cake}

THE GELUCAPS ARE TO BE CHEWED
NOT SWALLOWED

six feet high and weighing 168lb.|
More than 1,500 guests had been
invited to help eat it. |

ae

Proud Moment
that stands out in
was in Avenue’s

Will Lead Team

| There is none to equal “BRIDAL ICING SUGAR” which is cake
eae on Birthday and Christening Cakes for the Royal =

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mind

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At
; ' fter last season’s Amateur § . ; :
Empire opening batsman wa crore 8 5 7 " But the athletic union had family, and which now offers:—
selected to captain a Belleplaine oe the eae ae ase — booked Miss Jackson to leave ST. GABRIEL'S 5 y, y
C.C, team against a St. Joseph's , ee Se ee 3 wi Sydney for Japan on_ Friday
Crlgket- tea a Belle ics showed his winner 8 medal to his night. She said that if she had SCHOOL
m at Pp team secretary father. It was a
Recreation ground on Sunday seep’ mnaauneel dear “Big” Jim aig to choose between Japan and her| es B
next and the following Sunday. +4 himself failed to win’ that home fewa birthday party, “T'll)
The St. Joseph’s team captained coveted honour. ba on te party. Saturday, 18th October
by Thorald Kellman will include The winning of that medal ,, ae ae eae union threatened $ pm. — 7 pm.
Ashton Blackman (the B.C.L. lifted a heavy burden from , om mae 7 =. Ours) ‘ * '
Keith Miller) Irvine Austin, Leo young Jim’s shoulders. It was ea See 0s EE pubs In Aid of HERE'S YCUR
Brathwaite and John Trotman in something the Lewis family had on¢ Gould still, ee cee has an THE Or ean
addition to other promising been after for nearly 30 years. . ; wow IS "
youngsters. Both Lewises have captained i yi Do ee an addi-| siss CHANCE TC SECURE
Burly Ivan Bourne, Erdiston anne: avons Jim, an Olympic The Saicaeveen, y £34. STALLS:
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be turning out for the* Belle England amateurs, averaging a T-VETO Sweets einforcing Fabric

goal a match, He has one of the
fiercest shots in the amateur game,

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target for professional clubs. He

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THURSDAY. OCTOBtR 16. I*j2 •ASSUDOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Vice Chancellor Reserves Judgment HIS LORDSHIP the Vice Chancellor. Sir Allan Collymore, vestcrday reserved giving judgment in the Panama ".: Mi W W Reece. Q.C.. for the plaint ill*, finished his address which lasted just over two days. I ..inlifTs in Ihe suit are Raftaald o. Carrlnglaa ft a'Ft* *W%TT a I five plantation* Involved arc Col\%/ pQlhPI* leton. i %% CttUIvl FOUf Hills, t-csal appear_^_^ ances ., %  v RBBIDEKT8 OF CONSTITUTION and D-Unmt Dt-trict. moUM their homes which threatened by yesterday"* flood water> which turned the area into a small Nt id 5fl packages of fruit. OBITUARY Other cargo consisted of paint, — enamel, cosmetics, varnish and %  '*. The vcuel which is to Gardiner Austin & Co. is under the command of Captain M. O'Hara. the Court to declare null and void : MB up bei Lints and thcinaclvcs. Finished Address Yesterday after Mr. Reece l\nished his address. His Lordship Mid that UkatS Ml <>ne point on whi'h bf wanted to MM H inning that for one reason or another a %  %  %  could the Court substitute a trust the facts. -ulvlitiite a con* % truetive trust. rro st vine Mr. Adams said that he would w .„ „,,,,, „ K _„., Il___ submit that if the actual written Jlu ?^T r ^-Ii12S f !" £ ?.?M inic! •*•<,* ^,,,,11.1 IH ,.-.f the w '2 'Z^SST.&Sl to have reached port safely after having encountered vei weather off the islands. These schooners are consigned to the in the Patty Debt Court of 'A* cbaj-ged will, htm %  Mi nil;' lown > atiarda] M. %  II. • in Mi 11 A Talm.i 'obOf 6 Judgment for the plaintiff Clara l-rj Lynch of (Queen's Street, St. lha Pollca In the DlwUmlnar) : U ih* >econd ^K,l -"'l Iu "'e amount of f2. 8s. hearttsj 8d in her ease against Rupert -_ i Joiner of Nelson Street VAW IN \c im \ I dura ted at llirrisim (Villevo L) nch claimed the amount of .nd TtUr le.vtoi ihm> h.' " d '•""> >"">" !" M 8 fe^-SLus Eswawsa engaged Forde to make a pajl chairs for her and paid hint tt. 8a. 8d m advaaea Since sh. has paid him In h knot she had not h-..id or taan him HSh I llll II ncosis no moRE -PHOBRBLY LESS On SALE HT ALL LERDinG STORES partner und a Managing Dli tor He was also Chalrma the Barbados Telephone Co. and of Ridge Ltd plantation walla ll Conalabai driven ba PoUoa inlay J OsTNRAL CARGO plied to the written document. Oral evidence could have been given that t-he money wa sub„. scribed and that would have been Schooner Owners' Asvoclati siitllcient to create a resulting trust. The fact that they carried it one stage further meant nothing. Th( rjutel, .st eU mer Heratlia arIf it were purported that somer)vc< in ^^ ,, t d ybr eak ywtarIMng wasi dOM contrary to the day Barbados waa its first poll, > %  ,.f the law. and everybody port of call since it left itswas in It, those who were in native seaport town of Amsterdam. posse-.sion would continue to be The Herrtlia which has a crew of to P"" 36 and a tonnage of 2.217 tons H i • nlship Una reserved giving %  brought a gcneril cargo of foodjuduini-in. stuff, 1O ihe i,i and This cargo in* 10t> MANY IN A SEAT; lud ' 2 445 *^ es V f P*"l**, l.?10 bags and 200 bales of 'New Bus coiiductor Clifford Parris of C>pni-onions. 40 bags of Unseed. Belleplalne. St. Andrew. wr.s lined •** (* %  %  of ^^tc\ oats. 30 bags of by lllf Worship Mi. C, L. WalW-rn Pearl barley. 63 bnxe* and 28 157for permitting more than five < •* of ham. and 100 bundles of passengers to sit in a seat in the smoked h< — Waterford Road, Besides the general In his oarlicr years of a more robust, health he was a member Of the Chamber ol Commerce JlbTiMLNT KllK UN I SII\M and at one time President. But it —„ was not only business which InHis Honour Mr. H A Talm terested him. He waa a lover of in the Petty Debt Court the classics and of flowers; in Bridgetown yesterday gave Judg .in i DIM i-l U % %  %  wtact with the Cantral Police Station „ fact he has always been regarded merit for the defendant liilto as the island's outstanding hortilFradshaw of DaCosta Land. SI. cultuiial. He waa President Michael in the case in which of the Orchid Circle and plaintiff Mabel Daw also ..: l>.. the Horticultural Society. Costa Land, St. Michael, claim*d His appearance bespoke from him damages amounting t this. Hla familiar Hguro pacing £10. Quleti) along Broad Street could always be identified by a lovely Daw K'-ve lailiee of appeal at the lapel of a spotlessly >' bar. She told the tourt white suit and his gentlemanly yesterday that on July 2. one of manner made him respected by her fowls went in the grounds even those who did not come Into Bradshaw and during thot TKHIRAN, Oct. 1 mod issued a i '.I,I iioin ihraa to Sitai i niiv i. led of •tallied oil Indu b*) Md--I S--d. o| t iriingtoM "•"'' %  ''•"•"''I ,ri Wc hn'sd.n 53 ViGagV st' aUchaal tall from %  Tl "" l4,w hauad by the Pre .-, w) ; i Tuesday night went to tl nk .'.ill alxiut 11 30 ii in -i ml N.dioi taken to ti" Dotanea today tot implemanuui HILL FKOM HI s to i Hospital and mated bruises i and hand %  close contact with htm. •in.. Bradshaw threw the fowl and broke to: leu %  • M.cnael. foodstuffs, the Hrnriud also i Constable Sputh attachbrought SO cases of champagne. cd to District "A" Police Station 15 cases of ironware. Chiisim..*! stopped the 'bus and noticed that toys and Ohristmas tree decorathero ware more than live In JI >lon alactrk it dttbin and flreS'OTkS. The master of Hie vessel Sgt. Forde attached to the TrarIs Captain J. V. Plaat and it |a i for the coiuiKiivd to S. p. Mut.an & SonPolice. < \si \HIOIKNHI TOHATORH. BARXFLS The case in which Oscar tjuintyne of Codrington Hill. St. Michael, is chargad with wound'.Villiams on his Ivp with a bottle on October 8. wus yesterday adjourned until October 23 by lnp Mr. K A. McU-od. Polico Magistrate of Dish let A Sgt. Alleyne is prosecut'ng in (or the Police. Norman Leacock waa one of those rare characters who was never affected by the bubbub .itound him. Quiet in ma: U ilwayi absorbed tn deep thought he could enjoy good humour and wit. and he himself was fond af recounting to his friends the humourous stories f which be had encountered either thm #i In the course of business or on the Held of sport. J'ca Town Clerk Returning Home Mi. II. L, Daniel-. Assistant Town Clark of Kingston. Jamaica. Is now on his way back home Bding -ix months in Engs,holarship in Public Administration. MrDaniels arrived here yesterday morning by Hie SS IV Grtuae. accompanied by his wife. He told the Adroeofe that the scholarship was more or leas, a course which look blrn to various parts of England and Wales. Ht> aid that It was rat] 1Bteiesting and enlightening and : .t ihelr standards in Ja, n pa ted very favourably with tho i %  he visited Another arrival in port yestorlaj was the 204-ton motor vessel JvnktnM Roberts from St Kit'-, under Its master Captain (.. Ferguaaoa) Ha cargo consisted of 100 containers of tomatoes and 140 rum barrel*. On board the JfaMsu Hoberfs is a quantity of cargo to be transhipped to British Guiana and Trinidad. At British Cuiana the vessel will unload 300 conOi tomatoes after discharging 74.658 feel of lumber and o* communtrjl* with g*. following hlp lhrou|h thru a a t Asaslat, M T nahu, %  >. l-aciftco. . Mo.i.nk. . NorUndM: %  AUl.nU. %  t §.lm Manimr: %  %  Tlmlr: %  %  Dayton* %  %  WSi • %  Andrew Marv'h-lk. •lv %  InnlBli |,m n | D Orutr. % %  Gulf ntroain. %  Hecuba. %  %  TalanuMi. f Jobuic • %  S-prOo.,. a Bahla. % %  Rio Aluol • • AntnnH.ito Uaodimarc . BUeh G-rd SUI>. %  Hnttand. a %  Albaro; %  i. Palriflndrr. • %  Solvik-Hi a a Pnnr Star: • %  Sea Pvarl. In the Police Court Bradshaw waa fined 20/ai %  i'.y Tna lbw| dlad rn three day* after it wai and since the loss of the fowl has caused her much laoanvonianoo •he claimed £10 damages Bradshaw said that he had %  i,. tinjowls belonging gi ti ^ MM* tiff used to desti'o SBC (sTOB lief ore giving judgnieni tor ihe He bad enjoyed an enviable defendant, Mi-. Honour \l it pcpularity In his earlier days A Talma told the plaintiff that when he played cricket for Wanaccording to the law bat dcrers C.C in the company of w;is trespassing on the 1 the Austins, tho Challenors. the i ni defendant The dGoodmans and the unforgettable had i( ri^ht t„ kill ihe fowl in exponents of the golden era. He g U ch a way that it did not was slso a good tenni 9 player, suffer. But illness and pressure of "You arc entirely out or court business limited his activities but and you hav* ,l ' HI Hi not his Interest In sport of every UU r told Daw. niSCIIARCKD Away from business and tho --——-— —-— work-a-day world he was a His Worship Mr. O. ll. Grim'n. knovJicolgeable co/ivewitionaltgt. Acting Police Magistrate of Dl ll onlv natural to a lover of the "A". dischargd Theoplu classics He had seen the face of pham ami Lucille ChandU i of Barbados change from the water Hall Road. St. Michael, in halcyon days of sugar to the the case in arnica represent trend towards the wclcharged with recetVtng monej fare slate He however kept his knowing the same to be balance and was never heard to October 8. denounce any particular system. Mr F O Smith appeared on It was his wide and varied kno*0 ehalf of the two defendant 1 ledge of Barbados and thing* w | u i e tno CQ P for tne poii,.,, „ : 4 Barbadian that led to his npconducted by Inspector Frankhn poirdment as an acting Member attaebad to District A P of the Legislative Council years Stitmn a CI.MMtTTEDTOHKSSIONS He was married to a Miss Lawrence, a woman of exqulsi'e Eustace Springer (33) tastes and refinement and herself labourer of PuM Hill. a horticulturist and to her UM Ml Cfa aal was committed •.. UM sympathy of a wide circle M next silting of theCouM 0 friends will be extended In DM %  ";' s-'oions yesierdav by Hi; hour of bereavement and sad W*"Wj> Mr O. B. Orifflth ActSi. 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IM.I IK.Ill BARBADOS ADVOCATt THURSDAY DCWWI M. MM • Flush Royal Trench Design' Makes Challenges Too Late Wins Cesarewitch I Vic hM j troubled by •*h his Regiment Play KOBnyivKiPMHrniisTiioMHi Yrtigtic Boxer Learns From Tam Scobie bs/l found OtUiUXtrtn .)Uf!Ult iwhal he consider* tn b*th rrrs|Hindrnt) .Nr.WMAKKET. 'VI 15 MR GEORI IE iACU r-oM Flush Royal starting at 3 BA LUl afternoon Hoi tn the \M t< I n, who was held up for I IfJU chgJlaQga, This 00h T*.. lengths away %  100 10 OH outsider gueen V_ # _ vS'sJS!"' ""' u Lewis is iSext They weie followed BBBBi .•. Sinn Light and Balterhln. flush Royal IS trained at Middterian rj Mr. Jack Fawcu'. The Ian old to m %  in l03. It wai a particular meritorious perforniari>< III lb*. 2 lbs. Ul weight 01 12& lbs. to victory in tl. irat for many >".-. 1 Royal wa* ridden by Kortbarn champion r-rke>W N< I mmutc cnangal of plan brought Flu %  mil to laaa the toad from w<" aa Vsshtl to K" thrc*' lengths clear. Than i P 11 icflttk French I>rigii with a well-linicd challenge and though 1 closing on Flush Knyul. taw HI a gurae fashion. H 1 had haaa ridden with perfect ludgment. His fine lurn of finishing speed had stood him in good stead. The pream owner's fathtr Mr. Jimmy Marla-m had bough' Fluih Royal f"in France fo. £33.000 and at the time looked a really expensive pi" 1 this wac %  notes* Una yoar and hi* dghteenlh itltogether. Master Cutler v*l out to ms'Ke all the running, taking the lend whan the held -wltled down properly from Flrr Thorn. Saturrarttng Shot Pharisl'. Matatrme. French IV-iHn. and AtholiBrose. For Div. I Soccer lit DCNNU mHU.Kts .u.u Vialtn\ %  .> tantn %  Me b \iia*ton > .ippeurancas lor aboni -aa sossna Uewai ana uraKu an mulled to .. IMMTI} rnttcttt expense of ottjci psasBB" %  !-wu. one of tbe most outbtatnung .unutcui putyais %  ignored b> sininoieiiioimlf. uun> iged makufg overture* to other tours. s ,.. 1, r now 1 i-' 1 'No' so many limes thai the otner 1 1 it ehiba took it for lhay are wrong." Out lit The Cold This ytur George Kobb of ..1... \ u >.> ". %  -01 LayDava played toj Bpui -. BOd 11.11 Holmes lor rJlaeklHiin. Asfori*awls won b> bai bean lafl "Ul m u.e cold. II .til iiundcd %  %  1 Lrwia tnc otner day; HO "in .eems to ml BM u.ii $ *1 By KYOKCT in i.i.s 'WHKN is your next flKht '' 1 asked Vfc Herman, the Tlyaa ar old Scottah fly-weight boxer In 'he comfortable sumnjndHnR.s of hts London flat in Mylne-street, Finsbury. Vac aaid nothing. His companion, a fflaasy-eved crea-. ture named Tam Scobie. did In .1 throaty Glasgow accent of wood-carving tools. aa growled at me *Och awa wi' A month baofc his attractn Fndn hlatia any time foi gdJi Fny presented him with; fighting noo-he's loo busy looking Mr. Scobie as a first wedding an-! after me*mversary gift. "Tlteh." Indeed! That's no wa> Result—ventHloqulsm Is No. l[ > address a boner even tnou#h he on the Herman variety Mil. C. DePelxa. and H. Mand •nly And l-."kci coated. i trllo<|uist'i high five feet two lachea Aisen you coaaadar tar gae> doH. bare three leet his thick crape sole;., well. savoured of shcni idaaaa> 1 in. %  black -haired bundle mute with Bob Hope to Ihl end of his nose, laughIhm't mind Tam." he said, takes hM cheek from me— (^^ la t> good doll should." em This Herman Is something le f] differcni in the boxing line Known to the sporting public in tn, BrtUah ialea as a 113 lb hunk of lighting man. Vic Is by trade a barber a&d a musk-inn by hnbby. He has played Instrument* the bagpipes included of cour%c —ever since he was quite a little •haver hack home In the Gorbals. Casually you learn he is also a proficient oil-painter with a WHILE YANKEE LEFTFIELDER Irv Norsn looks up sadly, a fan (arrow) in Brooklyn's EbbeU Tlrld Btand catehaJsckio RoblrsonK wood Inning home mo. The Brst hit. as wsll as tba first homer. It gave tea Dodf an ssrly sdvsnUgs on which they improved In the AiiUi whan tkoy brought " two ruas. Tht Dodgers won 4 to a. (International! Indians Will Tour W.I. POHT-OF-SPAIN. Oct IS. The Indian Cricket Board of Control have aarei I to the wa. ok .taled that th Indian-. arc willing to accept U %  start In Trinidad on J i on April 2. it 11 gretfa 'i howt n 1 thai a/ast India) inaM Nol even Ley ton Oneut l-r at ha^ piayeu several I rg Unavaafead. It teemed they had turned sour on Lewis, who wants to keep lus irnahan status. t-iiliei U11 Golf Would Not Improve Olympice SWIMMING Michigan University further aJtaratlong io the n up last July Authoritative %  Bated to-day that both ma Detoo Itiadkt stated trw visit thtWest Indies. Earlier reports had quoted On In 'b;it Ihey would not be avallaw :i %  W. Indie —: Hays Mr. Paxton: "The Ausiliat Lewis had no tralian Ootf Union have .isked St piofessiun.,1 i„-. foioe along t< Andrews lo refer the matter U> %  aa Drafci adiei *-.. play BlackIhl U.S. Golf Association. There seid Hut la-wis had 'o seems no reason wby our plans play for EMCX that day. rlallBl. FW 11 aeeounU. Lewi. U No. Mr. Paxton. there is a playing as well as evur. In eight leason. The Olympic programme games, this season he has scored \§ already overburdened will 14 times. Today he Is playjng for ,poits that have no part in the Essex agnmst Loncaslure in a oririnal Olympic concept, match retarded ns an unoflieiai if ttolf i to be included why *UU trial. He Is one ,i,)t brio*; back lawn tennis In [.!..>< i arho has no fear of losing n,c Caymph road and 1 I i in the England team. tennis—perhaps the two most inHe i man. Ha lernatlonally played games'" i i ..... ..ili.ee I.. i %  luiri of -phe Olwnpii uWnei WOUld k)Sfl leuum aaajj manunothing by cutUni out When your BACK ACHES... (.annul llunh Will Lead Team Conrad Hunta, Barbs iKaptre opan n| %  it man w a i fieU-ctod to i.ipuin .1 llellanlglna CC team aaauut .1 s Cricket team at Belloplalne Recreation ground on Sunday next and the following Sundny Tlie St. Josephs te.un captame.. by Thoruld Kellman will ineluU Ashtnn Mbnkm.ni (the UC.IKelth Millet 1 Irvine Austin, Le < Brathwalts and John Trotman in .idditioo to other promlslnK youngstaea. Burly Ivan Hourne. Erdiston )2nd Dli bowler ad 1 l*> turning out f"i Hi.. • llelle 1 lalna team. Play bejtueach day :il i.la proraotarera: nevci lei* foolxri] inbasketball. Why admit unothc itb his business. int<-r 11 •" here m, (nil .,,.„„.,, w fa BUureen Vlnee daafl aw want imn to u., %  >*-i• TIIIV Ttk*\Tiit f* AKF Bne once told ma *b*m M X wouhl not 1* th.' ami st 11 t't AUSTRALIANS |oMoa .nedi aan up to him.' giri, MAK.IOIUI: JACKSON, dn had lbs beat 1OI.HF.III . > %  gsjai jlii-n anyone could a'l— NS1 ., „ amateurs many tisncK. llvll parl> f(M ,„.,. win *riiiui M ,1 l> feel luah and weighing HiHib. I In Av...,uC. drmlix lv ""' '" l,cl ''" I I ''•' %  I'.u: in.. 1,11,:, 11, I,,,,,,,, bi : ..1 Wtmbla AWI.IIV hM | k,-,l Ml I lo Uav unit UM cun aod youni Juo s,,,,,, -,„ Into 01 •bowN ha " %  "' %  •' n-0-l tu hl> „!,,„ sl „. „,,, ch .„ |f Mm Kt-raury lallu'i I • !„.|„.,„ J,,,,„ {" %  %  "" %  ••' '"' >\* JU„. ,,.,.. ,„„„„ ,„,„ |,„,|„,^ .„„ ,„ ,.n ra.i.a .„ w,„ .1,1.1 coveWd honour T| „ „,,..„, ,, .•„„' %  .',;,„'r.i""i,'3 1'-."•"""1 '"" ""*** N ihuig the Lev/ki onii. had Mi been alter fur nearly H0U1 Lewisei luive he 1 ••! iK.inted out UL. %  ould still be In Tokyo in Uma Englar Bnglai upl mph .Sen' JAP l.WBASSADOK BOME, tAt II Italian Premier and Foreign Minister Alclde De Gasperi on Iftanday reeeivitl the new Japai esa Ambassador to Italy Takeshi Htirada Who PrBBBPtad a copy of ll* Vising Jim, an OH amateurs averaging n itch, lie ii..one ol the fierce*! ah"*.Ill the ainateut game, In ihe past Lew-is has been a i.irget for professional clubs. He was once on Aston Vill.i books md latei on Wetl Ham \i • 1 1 him. Now he has been d by them iD -with the mm of Chelsea. decs he think of like to have snoCbei ahot playing Bl tbi professional me." ha says. "But not If tt I. <\ Ing Avenue ... y %  %  %  •" • 'n.* i•• %  lame-i h > >^ v, n day later at an %  l ''""' tumal exoene , „oK ni acaa i oa What ,H lintial expense of onlv CS*. The Union agreed. T-vi-rro LOMION Amateur Be*lur Aaaorlatlon have bini-.l iSBM a BO lesjaeM n> televise Ih. I ondon vm. iti-iini maUh j' Kmurrvi Hall on October 29. "We did better on the gate' when we refuted pcrmhtsien !• televise eur champion**) I a* lai year, and thii point was not forgotten when UrJi uvteai ofTir came up for consideration. said a .London ABA official. —r.r..s. Thcyll Do It Evcrv Time THEM TVOU PUT yOUR JOMN 1-UiNRy OH THE DOTTED LlrJE %  D Bark*-1* > %  UHMH. r.uwd b, lu, IdsVwyi. Tl-k-ln-.... I),. Ud, (ill.,, WhMI lKi t*t MS •! II aw, nmi atMU and VMMnHii will*, dn |M ihr iiiim. Thra baikath*, hfaaark*. oSrunutma, .l..| u .Ud f.l IM that t.ra-d aut awUsg • a* raar Ueatys seat kp thf.miii road .!UM IWM. kKfc.,. Pill. iwdd'. Kaba IMI. ...1.1.1. ii *u. o aurdtnad hhad p...I.I.U..HI.,-.(.,,„„ n"i*M Uaa bs4 Uttar rs l-Mr, ,.wl >i air rr.d> ta daarc in.U Onl. I at all SM| ilaira ,) t Office Supplies To meet your EVERY OFFICE NEED! Fillrn a long felt want, our new Stationery Department is designed to mcot every OWce requirement from Typetq Filing Cabinet*. Typewriter and Carbon Paper From Adding Machine Rolls to Visiting Cards and to ensure a ready supply from a comprehensive slock. And with accent on variety, let ui introduce Xmas Wrapping Paper and String! 14. B. IIUS11 !> C I s.i. Cash Boxes PRESENTS I AMATEUR BOXING FINALS FRIDAY NIGHT. 17TH OCTOBER AT 8 O'CLOCK MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM ROEBUCK STREET 4 Round* Each for Finals m-.t. nl of 3 1. K. WALTERS (87 rt>) vs. L. E. R. DAVIS (Si to)" 2. F. STRAKER (106 to) vs. A ROWE (107 16) 3. R. GITTENS (132 Jb) vs. H. LEACOCK (128 161 4. CUTTING (116 It) vs. l.INTON (118 161 i C. GRIFFITH (135 16) vs LEWIS (132 16) 6 CHESTER HOLDER (145 T6) vs. AN. OTHER PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES STEEL BAND MUSIC : BAR KEEN FIGHTS Ringside S1.00 Rinif Circle 60c. Bleachers 3ftc.



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WHAT S ON TODAY Mobil* Clnvm*. L*M< : Pb4w* Band Caff • B*0*MS* 1 • p m MHr Cm). Extra Uur.l B C AM MM DM MM I f*B * ESTABLISHED 1885 niURSDAV OCTOBER 16. 1952 PRICE. FIVE CENTS YtSTtJtDAY S WlATHU MrORT H.inl %  u Toui lli|h. M -> r. Wtnd Vrtwit, U-*> p*f >—. %  won *M ll 4V.HI 1 M M-> roost Suastaa 1 ST %  nt "un'. sp Last SSssrSsr. OMMM 10 | %  a I UislUw Tim IHl BARBADOS GETS Success Will Depend Partly Upon Loans FIVE YEAR PLAN Income Tax Commissioner Arrives Mr Gsorg* J. Finch of -tr-gl—fl who has been appoints i Duties on agreement %  mi n H| %  "* I). THE BARBADOS GOVERNMENT'S proposed live year development plan will cost the island a capital expenditure of nearly $30,000,000 and an additional annual recurrent expenditure of between $2,000,000 and $3,000,000, a Message from His Excellency the Governor, laid before the House ol Assembly on Tuesday states The Message points out that the present levels of taxation cannot carry a programme of development which would throw a substantial recurrent annual charge on the budget. Government will attempt to raise loan funds to help finance the programme. The Message reads:— "> No account !ys been taken The Government of Barbados I ol the potential revenue from oil has considered the Bcastey Hcpori | * "Ys uvpeiKU niiiicij on and presents the following outwhether "commercial oil" is line which it intends to'found In Barbados, but even so. ,ur Q '5' •_*"* ve years IBM—S3 such revenue may only be a lem,n 5r"^2; norary feature of our economy. It Zl Tn Government accepts the l would be prudent, In those clrmajorny of the conclusion* in the' Report but as indicated therein many must be provisional and "ubjeel to review when the present abnormal and fluid state of world economic conditions has passed. The Government accepts the recommendation that the financial and economic situation or Barbados should be tully reviewed it the end or three years, but emphasise* the necessity for a close and continuous examination of the effects of the proposuls contained in this five-year plan. 3. Departmental proposals for development indicated a potential capjtal expenditure of nearly sSo.oooooo (excluding the Deep Water Harbour) and nn additional recurrent expenditure of the order of $2,000,000 which with commitments {service Increments pensions etc.,) suggest n potential total Increase of 13 000.000. 4 It is clear that no Government could do all that has to '*" done in a short period of five years and that a priority of need* must be established. Furthermore. it must ho accepted from the Report that the present levels s* taxation cannot carry a programme of developi nen'. which would throw a substantial recurrent annual charge nn the budget. S. Barbados. Ike all progresrve communities. 1* endeavouring to achieve improved standard* of administration, of education, of hospitalisnlon and of social ter* vices. The one crop economy of this island rm& the rapidly inrreasing population present grnev difficulties in achieving the higher standards of living which we seek. We have to endeavour to increase the national income by: (a) increased productivity of the soil and plants, (b) Improved human productivity; (c) creation of new fields of employment. 0. The foregoing paragraph: summa curastancss. to direct the main revenue (rum oil-—if any— lo Capital expenditure projects and the establishment of endowment funds to maintain the capital ol water its distri(Sj l>evilopmciH resources and button; (b) Experiment and re se arc h in .irrigation of sugar and other crops; (c) Encouragement of food production and development o f agricultural NNgMgj (d) Encouragement of the tourist industry; lei shtahhahmsnt of a Barbados Development Board to assist in the development of secondary industries, If) Increased taxation, etc., aimed at obtaining .iduitional revenue of the order of $1,500,000, in an average crop v.. 150.UUH (g) Decreased expendiime m relation to subsidisation ($500.0001 a D d other items ($115 I25i. ;NB. I'Toposais under m and (g) will be directed to avoid, as far as possible, anj increases ID, eses of food and cloth-) ..v.i.iabli I o i m rken other than civil servants and sugar workers who nro presently covered; ( %  ) Improved edue i.iv.1th mid other serv.ces; <)) Provision of smmit rural ureas. Deep Water Harbour I, The G principle ihi Governor Appointed It is SBOOtUMSSd of Stale.' Mr Ol.vei thai II. i MaJCSt) UM Queen.has been pleased to inpeesn tri ppointmenl of s, Duncan Karris Arundell. K CJi Q O.B.E., Governor and Commaidei Chief of the Windward Islands. psrnor and Command. >n Chief of Barbados m succession to Sir Alfred Bow***. K.C.M G. Whose appollltin: and Commandn ri I f.uiin.i was announced oik. Ml September. i was born in Devon in IS04 and *as educated at Ulundcll's School jnd Brasenoee College, Oxford sd the Colonial 1B27. was seconded to td. Office from 1035 to 1837. BSrvsd u i Flnan1 CODMBlssiOO 1911 again in Tanganyika in X'V.'H w. and Assistant Chut Dl Uganda In 1939. He served m the Middle tasl and in East Africa in th. World War, was mentioned in despatches and awarded the O-E E. In mi he became Chi* -l Affairs with the rank of I 1948 was appointe.1 I Resident Member in Washington Of the Caribbean Commission. He became Governor of the Windward Islands m 1911 qUEFN'S PARK: saw a "sea" of water Looking M l and tba I.ik CONSTITUTION ROAD was under water far a distance of about 100 fit i De lame re Land Flooded U.K. Sends Stern Residents Leave Homes After Heavy Rainfall boh 'utintf. U.K. Research Chief Return6 In Secrecy Msny of the pcopi their tardiness to vacate th _. Trom which Govenunent icmoveii Qood victims of 1949 remained In the area, were yesterday forced to evacuate their homes is the swelling waters thn stened havo. and destruction One elder!/ woman had to bo Uftcd out of her %  homo and her bed and other household (in mtuie removed. Although th Of damage to •onal property in this are.!, report.' reacbiag tlic city from St. Andre.i -tJtc that the Lakes Bridge wfikh was just open to traffic after thr. veers, has been damaged Tr. Ilcllcplainc Bridge mar the St Andrew Church has also been LONDON. Oct. 15. SaSE^'/!* \. wo m n l. 1 B hl1 Britain's armaments research i?S' 'IS C Vv',"*"^ S A chief Itoctor William Pones. ,U e w : "P^^ '"' nor responsible for Brituti.. atomic cxplnoion In Australi.t. returm to England on Wednewds THK TRAGEDY of itumtthl of Aufftuf 3lit and September 1st, 1949 when Bight lives were lost ;md some $30,000 worth of property lst or damaged, was almost repealc-d yesterdav moriiiny in the Halls Head. CoBftttV iimi-Delamere ana whtr> n<**d waten resultltu fnm the heaviesi ramlall since thr itic occurrence of fiii" affo turned the entire dtttrtci into an angry river MIDDLE EAST DEFENCE TALKS BEING PLANNED Reply To Iran (b> about 5.00 p.m. O.M.T. in great > g roun "d i, official seem.' xhei Only one British new^iuiper reported this fact on Wednesday— the naiht Mail, which Mid in i' ,-tN-nment accepu in jgtgry that government had re%  stabllshment of a]quested thut neither the time nor arrivnl drew. which was In calf and wrth UUO.IK) lias been carrfed away hy the waters. Part of the wall enlosing ConilHimere School a 1ST been damaged, were further uueniillimed reports of loss of small llvsstoef carried away by the Hood waters in the counlrv districts. His .., Kxrellency Visits Dep Water Harbour, but con-1 p | U( ,. „f Dr. Pennev s arrival' tiiiod Ares siders it is essential that It should Khould be published. j His Excellency the Qovamw -I* clf 8l >PP"rt* n *," '* Intended | But Ministry of Supply officials-accompanied by his A.D C VtsttSXS ST53S, to %  ?' !*£ committee to report arranged for photographer, and cd the flood aiea alter the lull In %  he oroblem The solution cannbi " 1U implementation, due regarf newsreels to be at the airueld. the weather be complete, but the Government I **["* Biven to savings from prosThey were warned howeve.. thai The waters rushing down from! eoiMiders that hold plan of -tiv' ent ?*• "> d tno levv * a DM1C ,hl >. would ot ace Uie aircraft the country districts and velopment |s essential at thit flag' 1 lpott ^"ge not exceeding V% on land nor what was unloaded fr<. n nig mar W-dsjrfnrd swept underl II recognises that the plan will to u Imports and exports. It They would be kept in Che 'he bridge ,.i nndge Koad. com-1 s sreat extent depend on the ,3 "^e Domestic Sugar Awrct -1 airileld cinema until Dr. Penney pletcly covering the fleUI Ol ability of the Cover iinient to raise'men t provided that if the Gov| walked In to pose briefly for them, ion the eastern side ,t loan funds both m the island and i emmenl decided on the impleThe> are fm bidden to .-peak io'"nd the vegetation on the other side. Al Harmony flail it row above the bridge and sprasdli.* i Hit. flooded the Weymuuth. liar1 ison College and Queen's Park i .. It Is essential, therementation of the scheme, a cess of j' 1 ''" f.nr. ihat the plan should give S2.00 par ton would be payable I Ainied K.A.F'. gu-u-ds contldetice to investors, otherwise from and In the year in which underwriters would not sponsor. illc h decision was taken (ani a loan issue—except perhaps at'during the subsequent term ^f rates uneronnnvr to the Oevsniu, 0 agreement), provided that nwn'^ the Government 'shall Rive ade". L h T &" ,l dcv f ( ,0 ,mcn! quate notice of 'he implement-.must be linked with taxation proHarbour Fund Scheme posals and so that funds will be. . come available to cover the loan J" v ~ w !" *** %  UM| "?' costs and other recount oosH of ^T'',^" 10 ", h "^ r f mlv Schemes which will be. from %  ***" 1ak< 1 (hp f-overnment htW budget point of view, unremuner7*V" !" n 1. „" " ativc, e^. educational and medi*•* th *"^ ' %  tm ta "cal services. spert or the ItSI sugar crop and Contrary to popular belief, the o 'eave iha^ nmount to aernie ri Government has no funds other j the produrers than those supplied by the people -%  %  themselves except for grants rer.iiiu*ralimi ceived from the Urtifd Kingdom. 14 Unemploymcni in Barbad-u The revenue of the Oiwrninrnl %  |S ^ moi ,Vfflcult problem fa,dered^'The revenue come, from " -) be i . doubt that he prothe people, belongs to the people P** la "' "-' pl"n wdl do much and lT expended for the benefit; provide further employment, of the people \ Tht budgets of the flve-ysar As Indicated above the present period will repeat the current receipts of the Government are I provision of $100,000 in respect insufficient to finance the devei->of emigration. It has not been opment of the public services. II 1 possible to anticipate that ad follows that there must t e a fu-ditional povlsion could be made III so ound the airfield and keep day nd night guard and eleshlag. 8. The expenditure proposal* of thr plan envisage a capital programme of the order of *16.5O0.nO0 during the next five years to be obtained from:— (al Ivwii Funds $6.000 000 fb) Available Funds — >.) General AOOJOO (II) Labour Welfare Funds 3.500.000 (ill; Spec:;il Fund* HUN without prejudicing the development of the Island's social serv iceCivil Service 10. The cost of the Civil Service increase* ..nnually In the . On Page 3 Hfl fjfjQ B0t grounds, turning them into a vert> mm •• i Traffic using Harmony Hall snd' Constitution was diverted to Bridge Road and Marllndele'* ltd. where the water did not cover the road, and River Road. At one, tun*, traffic which used Brulge Road had to go down Bank Hall i Cross Rood and Into Bank llalll Main Road to reach the dly. In the danger area, squad' of. Harbour policemen stood by In | trucks with row boats to assist fai evacuating people if the arose. In the country districts, the police were also alerted, and at (loletown. some residents had to be assisted over the river of wilier. L;irl. ..vailaHi* r.iii.fall ic'.;irn, were astoundlngly high, and gave an indication of the volume of water which had fallen during the gt On Pace 3 Prizes For Books And English Verse On the rrrommriitljiiiiii af Its i'.-ii, Panel*. Un Arts Council of Orral Britain ha asrred to ..it. • two prises of £Ct5 each for:— l*t a first book of .. llj; m.i i I...I.-.I, verse by a llvtin: poel publUhrd dur. Ing the period January 1st. 1931 — Junr 30th. % %  S3: and book of orlguul tng. llsh verse by a living poet published durtnr, the same period. Thr feltowaig condHMM will apply:— (1) The poet must be a rltlsen f the BrHbh ( animonHrsllh or Uie Kepohllc i Ireland (Z> V e r s e translations, n-rse |il.i>s. ...llr. 1.(1 a publisher ,,, Kent ,,tm. : on the poel'a behalf. And f l>l reach thr \n> i ..im. ii 0 r tlrejt Brit Jin, 4 |i Jin„. Square. London, K.W.I. not I .i.i than July 31*1. 1B33 l*> The eiitrlewill be -lmill. .i. .1 b* the i..i lowing iudse* — Mr J tampion H li ilflll.ii. i Mr o. s. rtaasr *li John llayuard Mr v\ rii .,,, i-i..i.,.r Mi-( V. Wedswosd fl) The JudrrV dreUlon I. Hnal. Ncillirr prise Mill iawarded it In the opinion of the Judges of thr >..lii -ill. null il l nf -dill rlenlly high guallly (6) Both prln-i mi not be ".in by Uie same poel. IXiNDON. Oct. 13 An Aiigln-Anicri.-.in tup level '. .t .' ,1 null' ,i He Bast defence n i-eitiK plannod fog the noar 4 M.ilt. i Wc,ii„ d The conJhrence which may start next week, is expected to unhide Ailminil Robert Carney. Commander-in-chief of the North frost) outiwrn Eui tor, Field Marshal Vls•ry, Depub Sit pieiiie Cimunandei of NATt> %  %  t'-n. British Commanderr Chief of th Ml '.II-.. Bi ,i ,i,,| (Jcnci.it sn Brian Robertson, C n-Chfctf of (he British Mld-fh t for. Neither the War Office nor the Ministry of Defence would make any official comment. It was reported however that the conference will decide on final plans for defence arrangements In the K.. '. Medii rl the ofU Board iffoii or n BWdmCrt In turn (By J.\C K FOX) I.OMK N i % %  BRITAIN ANGRILY CHARGED Premier Muhamm.i Mossadegh today with n r ujuesent.itiuiis, accused Iran of ingratitude, and gave her %  virtual "lake it or leave it" proposal nn the oil disput' The British note to Ithn rejected Di Mossadeghs demand that Britain pay \. Vt.iUHJ.tKH) as lhi re-mminn negotiations over .he vast oilfleldh now nationalized. At the same time Britain MfM a special slalemenl selling forthi Britain's displeasure at the Iran i.i ..induct and seemed to invn. n Mossadegh (.. |D through wlUi Ins | %  lnc.it '.. c.i cUphsnattsC HI. tions. Britain told the PraaWtl policy of sending ultim,.' > cmpaniert by time limits wa> not' likely to 'uithci fi icndshlp !••IWStn the jieople* of the Onuntrh loncenied", and denounced Uie %  losing of consulalis and lr..' icfusal to accept Mr. Robei flunkey's appointment as BrltlMi Ambassador early this yoar Atomic (xtnnon IIitilal As Great Weajmn Labour Unions SupiHtrting Gov. Stevenson By JOS;p|| I. MVI.gJt vBJUtDEl I. Oci 15 Arm] set i ots i-'i.. UlLIOI .(..' i.-N" osni I public emonstratlun on Wodns mighty weapon for HttasMM >" % %  %  iniriigjkg| Ssttlcmasit [mum cost". Pace iailed the u, tSSSS 'hat BrlUin ^vrtwnwnt of wanted u. rsach a tai. eSJ>sa on the dispute nnd eonsrdered it '•" ' n iu*mmy *• tno>.i could be fouiKl In the Churchill"Mfruoean" "' -id It o,>ei. ip Supreme k Truman proposal. |" new field of land COD I mi would continue to back Th secreUrv spoke .t lb Aiigln-liani.in Oil Company in proetstungj the sale of Iraiuan ml until an agreement is reachc. I It Royal navy unplcnicnicl i| | p"lii-y by preventing toft %  .. p i tankers from carrying oil from .d.sdan to world markets, and tho :. III de It clear that it would V. ASII1NCTON, Oct. 15 1'lie big three" of the United suites most powerful labour i.r.ii.n-. anjoined nn record behind a piSSldSntlal .iiididale foi the first time In the eOUDtrj | t.c lorj dershlp uf AH. gfttta| H.Ouo.iKHi members, the S.UOO.oOii nieiiiuers -nd tl i.tii A futehin office aUileiiiciit *4. I if stronger than the n < i tretd that Iran had cxprcsseo I heir desire to si icteu a llii Majesty's goveinmeni i.iimnt however reconcile intUar Pin .professions un the part of the ^.'71 Iranian Oovemiuoiit with Uie mU' aS *2PEgfg~Amm+ '' -"" ..ml A1 (l II, II ighiing; fm Domocrau. .-nuid-t ttmti -Tisapseuulsl Btdvsnsoo inis .. in., nsjini niiiwial soIrst Urns all ihrssj Unaotal have .aibliily endorsed a candidate for it the ging tliUSI tllougli they were lined in support nf tho Prsnklin D I mug lha iaily yoars of his po .in-. The A.I'.L al Us recent conrontioa teaks the vi-ye-r *.jonnieneiition" pact when delegates voted to Ihrow the weiglii %  I the House uf Laboi hti d su wi,-in Tha C lu ihU UM pass Is fully allied v illi ti.i licruoi UnttdU Mine Worfcsn led by %  "hi, 1. I^.v.i~ broka the prece( tm of sixteen years standing by going on record for tho present %  ation party. —U.P. Her toward Iran. Short Memories "The Ii.ini.in f; %  i %  i.'iil ki u **l full well lhat the maintenane in.lcperideiinand integrity < li,tn has alway* been the aim ( the p..i > %  ol Her Majesty's Government and that the fate of Persia would have been very different if the British power InflusncS whMl !) %  Mossadegh brands had not l>eeil Unown nil" the .scale on her Bid "Memories are short but the Iranian psjopai will at least not have forgotten the SVtafJ of IK I'I Brttain Hussiun niin.iiv encroachment on North Iran which ended whi Ci.itcd Btatsi m.i BrHatn foresd Ii i band in Nations. lha • in. pre* log groan I here, in Mm.in to showing off its atomic %  nofsstralod tiHmoottvreahlUty %  r "newest and n


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IIUKMMV, (K'TOBElt It, IMS BA&BADOS ADVOCATE PAGfc TH1U Delamere Land Flooded • Frem Page 1 in of the mm T HcHriciwn. bctwvcn 8 am and t-n it ]rb gajre recorded, whilr at Fbur Roads, there were 4 Inches and M i m V Dktfrfa i c ihe fiill • I I MR HMl 10 i >niinuniratins Broken TflrplHUH,i-ommiini' 1 DMrld "E" and Diirin -y were disrupted, and although there were two reported caie* ol "line" trouble on Rrdiffuston. these were quickly repaired, BBd b) a hlng was back to norm.il St. Philip was reported to t wnjioui cieeirk-ibfor the entire morning yesterday "IBBC lo property 1 UUl In St George the rain prevented worker? m the field from doing anything much. Many resident* during the morning were on the lookout for something disastrous and some of them even carried 'heir livestock into iheir hour's Of their being washed Biny Time St PeterrMidents also had %  busy time and some ut tbe roads m that parish were almoot Impassable. Heavy rainfalls were reported in that area from 7 tun. and these rails continued for about three hours accompanied by thunder and lightning. Some of the schools were closed down as children were unable to leave their homes In St. Philip water on the roads prevented people from coming out In the Marchfteld District and there was no work done in the fields throughout the day. However there was no damage reported in this area The rain began to fall during the early hours of the morning after clear and starry night holding off for a while On the dawn of day. thick overhanging clouds hovered over the entire Island, breaking into torrential rains about six o'clock They were accompanied by low. rumbling peals of thunder and sharp flash ts of lightning, and continued lo fall heevflj until shortly before nine o'clock when Ihere was a lull. The morning remained overcast with light (in.-/;, s falling, and occasional peals of thunder and lightning. With the luU. Ihe water began to subside rapidly, leaving the streets murkv with the debris which it brought wit). it City clerks, school children and other persons who had business In the citv were delavod. arriving at their respective destlnati late The schools in Ihe city were i .! for the day Work on the plantations was .i.ic, and ua some of the urban and sub-urhnn districts, reeldenti war* swooned '. WAI.I. MIIOKI \ IHIH \ Barbados Gets Five Year Plan COMBDRMERE WALL (looking fro. HaU. Raadj *•*. a break U tbe fence which wa-n PF o^ to •uti-tAnd aaaffi flood Mian than three hours. Work on the waterfront was also hold up, but passengers arriving by thi Dt CratMe came ashore. In the Careenage, the gunwales of lighters bobbed up and down nbovttinLevel of the Unn si | scbooneTs and motor vr*eeJ* tied up alongside the wharf aeemed deserted The tide was high, and at the mouth of the Conututn %  River, the back curren' f careenage turned the water into a swirling pool Despite the weather, a few bawfcari came to town and took up then posltloni on gj while for the first time in many days, the familiar cry of sea atari sea eggs' was heard along Roebix k Street School*. Dismissed Fruit and Vegetable vendois dio litlle trade in the alleys of the dry yesterday because of the rainfall. In soijie n( the allevs however thev Mill had .i • :-" Most of the schools were dismissed yesterday and the children had a day ol rest to prepare for work on the following dav In some ol the country districts rain left the fields sodden and under water. This rain although not mUap I plj r. sani .Mil a.. .. lot of good to the crop He went on to say that it not only helped the crop but ti. ,,t weather whirh was experienced a f days ago. Scavenjt kafj busy nearly all day clearing the roads of tho debns left in the wake of the Hood waters n however h.-Jd up shortlv after midday and people' v-cre afala to .airy OB their usual Ho severe damage was done to any of the cables or mains to the Gas. Co.. Electric Co.. Telephone Co or ('.'diffusion Minor thing* were soon put back in pffqgi (In ftc Waterfront Continuous rains Impeded the progress of work on thi waterfront yaatardu morning, and as a result vessels which were lvinv at anchor in the harbour were unable to discharge their cai Early In the morning, the wh.nt was partially deaertcil. but by 1 o'clock, when there was I In the weather, labourers resumed work as il under normal condl lions Kainfall Figures Rainfall figures from U-were as follows:— Centr.il 2.60 parts Dist A. 2 4 12.88 C. 1.76 „ \> Une out of order E ., r Hati low t '" part* Crabhul Une nut of order Four Roads 4 42 parts LeUepUim2 70 Scawefi I 3fl .. Co-operative ScM-i'(\ GH (>rfifii • %  -. i -. thi Peoj %  -operative Society A ith Ihell ei i rUlealc o| ragjstrauon The preaent.it KH-. was made through then Secict.n\ Mr J M ll.uitt When the Society held • meeting at Baa stooW. Rial School. During u yliot ( address bclou making the presentation. the Ragdalrai said ">•' Hie object* ol tli Sonet.raa 10 purchase goods from stotee, and .suitable arttetea ol all kinds la sell lo m.'mbei..n,i divide the pu.ltU in propoi Uon aftei paying '"terest etc.. and to encourage thrift, self-help and co-operation xmong member* to improve then ecOOOl ditions. Mi. F F.. Miller, M.C.R, was Chairman at the meeting and durfell his Opening temarks, lie referred to the co-operative movement and the present legislation affecting it Presenting the report. th c Sec%  thai the occasion was .< red letter day for thc Society Il had become more v tvideot when it was seen that Government would support cooperatives they had to put in some spade work The Society was proud to be the first Consumers' S. •pled the challenge to their ibihty. lut he would mention Inai the On Page a> Horn !*• 1 i %  .. | *1 .U.HMMV l^d lo i. 1 >\ ded . ($613,000). H11140,0081, peiikWiii%  J. u. .388). salary revision 1..KI tO M S i ma)ori(j ol Itw a b Kyroi Dos Santos i UgtatMf iht matf nut Balls* in some ui-1 *** 1 *Ill"J'II ' '"" value H inli nded lo .iiidvi' MM nour> of aorh aad to. %  Krservalinnv t*• No fiii.innal pRrt I bre*i made In refpcl of the followmg matters which will have to reeeivi In Ihe future. -* lederaUea. .\-< firm li %  gojU laterUl atate*. USKUHglOll* ic^.iidiug ihe davelupmant %  rnOMatarktl reapc unlikely to be onerous. (e) Local Geveriuiwat. The incidence of aDj I 1.1 cased costs arming tie %  the lnipleinent.it ion of Ihe Maude Mori iii have .u be determinedid i BrtNeh l A claim lo; respect of the leases abi igated b> UM Petralewn -\. I MO, IN under consider jtu>. II compenaatlon dote < payable, il is ,>nti. ip^t.M lb at compensation will be link. 1 to production, and. thai fore, covered by Revenue aeeoMi oj %  artJUai n pseagaW i iions arbicb nay ov made tee* in iU;ii i gve nej load* regaiduig tbi n] rag and Death lAiHo t relation to overeeag visitors A present a visitor, without pivUie Island, u subject tv income Ins jftci (our years |aj B habitual Vttllor) on tancep received in the Islaud, 01 ly, it traa) awn piu*ity in llarbados. ii. taneei It is true liial sUcJi ettdtara srneei goveruuient> rgava a double taxation agreement Wtlp Ikirbadob do nut have tx p.iy rnore in taxation, but the arorg of local assessment etc and rvLloni for icluiiii is a sub%  tantlal burden. _'0 11 || propose*! to .unend tinbm In provide that all vuutperlod of ivsidvii.c o .. in.' I-\I .-..I ia in.ir,tli> in .IL, one year shall not be %  ub j aol IO HarbadoF. incunif tax providad llu.t they Baaiajr) gae Coiium*smner that they have paid tax to jnolher lHvernment. As reK.uds death duties uud sueces%  ton duiie-. the value of thc MM will indutiable, but withoul reference lo any overKiads in Rarbadln*. cost of construction HI i eailntenaace nf roads In Barba is excessive la rotation Ig :i i .ovi-itiment revenues The i .i.iiiiinent Is DM satisllee Ihal unathasl u e— u aay m expendlture. or that the present standards arr In all cases naces*arv in relation to trnfflr densities or that lha present sed Hiiiajs LOUIS IBAYI.riV H-.n.o. I.o. BEDFORD COMMERCIAL VEHICLES — including — The New 15 h.p. 10/12 cwts. Delivery Van Utilivan Pickup — also — t—3 ton ChMril :[—I Ion Llmssih wilhuut call S loo Chassis .wilh A wilhoul taliin Twn-speed axlt) Ynur enquiries cordially invilcJ .v-cure your requirements now' COURTESY GARAGE Virol UH iood lor th ami arOVi italily \iftd i k j highly c.Mxcnirii• 1 lovd nude In-in mall agajl •pactaB) refined Tau. eggs. NUgii i glucose aod Orjngc )UK< n Mlded mineral salts and vaaaaaal .ill the CNsentiaU lor hedu wM.iAth and dcAclnpniem I %  iiwhychildiciiget bistuig bcnchi bj lktn| \ ir.4 rcgulatly during ti.cn gi.'wirtK vcaia. MA0I IT THC HONKS Or 8UCKFAST AftBE* W h* you (eel worn out, daprassed. or fanerall/ run down a glut or two a day of Buckfau Tonic Wine will quickly restore lost energy and tone ua the whole nervout tystam. Giving new vlcallty It fortifies you against favor x exhaustion and bucki .it Tonic Wine specially valuable, after lllnass. TAXI HOME A BOTTLE TODAY There's magic in a dollar saved— the Sahely way! Vat dved CO'i'TON PRINTS Overall DRKSS LACE Handpainled DNGI.ISH SII.KS —a ril of colour and design and inovl beautiful quality. Shop al Ihe SAHELY lobri, Store and find what you want. Vou'H save your dollars too! BHtMIMS Geo. Sahely & Co., (B'dos) Ltd. .-.-.-,-..-.-.-.-.-.-,-,%  %  %  .-.•. %  %  %  ^ %  .'. %  %  %  .%-.r%-,\r\-.-.-.-.-.-,v^^^^y^.-y^y^/'X.-,-,-.-.-.-.-.-.'.-.-.'.'.-Hxibt batteries for surer starting longer life FOR CARS TRUCKS & BUSE? CITY GARAGE TRADING CO.. LTD—AGENTS II I It It ls CO-OP. i ono.\ FA< TOH I LTO.



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PACI six BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. TfLCPHOKE i*0 CONGRATULATION s M H \rrt ii II usi.a>>cij|..l.ti.HW la M.ai Coral M.i.a. ii ' \ brsa> bar Rir\hfl\i< ttxdai \ returnof tor da* and S %  IS to in. IN MEMOKIAM oMrrtni **r a**ter in. OriMM wise '-Ii nVlnber I* W A. yean raB m mi .1.-1 i nxit %  I OH Mil AUTOMOTIVE Apcd> B D C Fbam ts-ni m i %  %  h %  A .Ml., .1-.' %  I 4111 It I'I I Pord Consul Apply. r I hone &f "*• oi IM1W-14 I* U I I n C* Triumph I' l-U-M-N %  i ilixir 1" I" rt i in ii* Bros \u 0M lit Chrysler %  .ii Drive AutoOMtw Gem ii dillon Tytra prailli allv i Mr T S)dmi Kind, at H.n .uiMI Oari|t I lu *) lin HUM I 11. forever loving BM D--T Mother Alealha All** passed .way on on ia taai a* AhratvanYa boaom but reati .11 C" n> %  " Lore: bow deep how brood H* *li UJ h-aU with Ecstasy Itn Cod' Uir aou ol Ud aiiould iCM* maul form for IM-WI a*kr B IN W4 Kuatar* Howrtl laon... Mi> 1 Ranch. Nil Claunr M m.v a" !1. WltkelrMr, Jnrdnn irelatnes' M MM ^ FOM RCIVT HOUSES <:but ten lor' a VlrfiWU 4 Son II Km Street DOSENEATH Uoawn) Q.t Urn WAVI'HI MECHANICAL •[ IVCT-TI .M 4. T....-..U. Ai lotfeCo %  • H II. THURSDAY, otTOUtK Ik. IM2 GOVERNMENT NOTICES \ Id the Control or Price* (Defence) (Amendmenu Order IM2. No 35 which will be published In ihe Official • of Thursday 16lh Octobci. 1PSJ. S r > i 1KXTON BROOMK 4.1I11W i... ,1 tiHVE h4a AIMrnry pn irmd Ml IfeM lltinl I aarr-HTV All NIAI ,.,!.„, „).,, or HMI *f UM MtUM. .1 BU UMI in (h MlM *l Uht Prirr and I. >Md iblliliPia ronUlr.lMt b) admruui•tMml OM Bad ThirWPa IK J U PI or MMMMMU rf which ana Blfbt Pnthrt partn pan ..f an abandan. J PufeMo lUadi abnitURa pp4 haaaoM un 1M ilir BMahora on Iwada . Uran R R vr ahw OM aama nai tp M aamaar or r>*>llnaiH>utth*rron .nd all OWMH PuMdn*. and ami..: om UM MHd parcel ai land i n N il Bad Iruiii atpnaUna and hrmi Uh Inr appuiMiiaalu BUI Pllrd Ikh Jl>. IS5J H WILLIAMS. H a n d Bad %  ap t %  min t IBU %  aSiahrar-in-Ou.n.-ar* SHIPPING NOTICES M. V. DAERW00D will I.,arri\lii| al Barbada* on MOMIAV. (K-ia>ber Zath and ill be aaHlBB as tin i. -i.w Mrd II (,,i.,, far si i ,i. i, HI. VlneanL (irriLidj Afuha. • %  i rptinf I'-w-irt. Mid r rf-ljEhl. 16.10 52—Jn. Tftr M V MONI %  nd r.m|rt. nXl~rT I I BII awtoowi; OWIM' aaaociATioN (DM i %  % %  .•• .,, Mi Ma • %  < POULTRY UHUSZt TTJRKFVS • inaaa, I'll moiilh Ra Duefc* G '.ua>l a. Gn1n*j Rlrdi fiordon C"U r • %  I .mold Provrrba a Co ltd u ID as—an POULTRY—Parka A claaa wine band ~J Barrad Rocha 1 montha >, iIEI.P SXlTRlLNl-r.l) Y.in Man with f*n. rpl ki.owlnlar >-t CuaUHDi and OlW^-* %  urk. Appi> Wm roaari* >r*> Lu ID as II T. a PC.A IhSWDLTOR N >aa>a •( a*lIcTtaaal U dnvt • van a? rar With a ti^nri-ud ol .-duration up la Claw t Ralr> *N SO p*r inpnUi pi .• Appl; In wrlltnr SI. I:.. | PC i i-T,. Polk M!SCEl.l.ANF.OirS PtKNIMIIBO III1NC1AI.OW 'ami)) dnlira to rrnl "n Laaaa. furnlal I'uaaalow alone ihc aaa Coaal taitn I b*diomi. H'.ar.i. %  tl*rv. tlova a RetnaaraUr for on* jaar or ovar. fi I'Ui NovaaiWr 1BJ3 Mapl* I ,.*,,\ i*noaaiar. Canatmetor RpariiaJ. Afl. 1JS Ciudad Bolivar Tanaiuala A hip bath SIM* prt LOST FOUND LOST ALLFT Cnnu.iniii< Mniir> | •4rrp-1.k. Tl.Krt. SXtra 1. -QaBS, Ml iar H-ri*. ona Sariva R--1BI1 F-lhdrr irHirn umr tn Hlanlr) pnrd* Stuart Hut. ST John ii. i" •: in 1*1'III. 11 SAMS REAL ESTATE DWBJ .iNciit.rsi. UPCUplio\rrnmril %  Ullad. f .1> 10 UIn 1JVKSTOCK aaa Cow rraab m aulk ft*!*! B Daily Apply Ooraon Cola P. Blark Rr*k ..r Dial • allMi aa MISCEIXANKOUS nsCHUlE now to lha DaJlr Talafraph. tnaland'a laading Dally Nrwapapar now airlvlnc In Barb ad oa by Al' only a faw diyi attar publication In London Contact Ian Oala e/o Advocate Co Ltd Local KrpraaacUUva. Tl 31)1 •1 4 aS—t ( n ll M1.H Mllll *.S NOTICK TDJ1 I1UAUU> HI CUHfANV .^^ UMI II I. afOTIi I ia hrr*b> glvan thai i.j.pltc. lion ha. law madr to thr Dlini^ii ot lh# abov* namad Company bv Maurice IHTUIIOIKI Prutcrba (or Uv laaur ol i •Mara crrtlSealr loi Bva Sham. NoMIOI to Htas. inrlu ui olharwlar. and noUca i, hereby eiv.n hn1 if IthlM Ihlily dux Irw.i d-lr hereof no rUl.n at reprt-emaUan in reapeti of lurh arimui cafUtlcale ia mad.'lha Dlrecani. Hw> will (hen proc*<>d 10 ffSw1th tc "•* ,,, '"'" M ,o " By ordrr i.l the Board ol Director*. T NOB. PEJRCI. SwrrUri %  IB SS,3n .ind a temporal) noii-pciiMuimbl. ii present at the rule of 156 UU .Hid Orphans Pi-naion | MInoniikll> deduilrd .uiUiwiil will Ixuii piubaliuii lor bject to medical DUMBB. Pussam^ bados will be paid up to a mkxi%  *U1 be granted for the officer and ee and a half years ;or— l of the market including aaiuturental uf property, tollection ol [ jing of books: it flaughtrred ind sold In the menaurw nnd rale anrl wvtJjh:o inspect meat. Previous cxpeilmanagement and rm-at Inspection AppUcalion* are invltetl lot I Public Market, Barbados. The salary hi M.ti00 aaj aaaguj t*l of livniK ;iiliAvjncc ik payabli pt'i jiiiiuni Contributions to tinScheme at Urn rata of i* of saiurThe post is penalonable and .t, 1 two years in the Oral instance and 1 da the officer and his family to b 1 mum of H.44U and leave paaa.i ( j his wife after a minimum tour of t 1 The officer will be responsibl< ta) the proper managed.1 Uon and cold atoragi'. foes and rents and km (b) the inspection of m Public Market: (c) the testing of weights bridge* Candidates should be o,ualiflc.i ence of abattoir and meat marke* would be an advantage The aucceasful applicant may ba required to under*o a period of training overseas of about six mo itht duration Application!! giving detoila BI '.O age. quabflcation and experience should be sent to the Colt ual Secrelsr>-, Public Buildings. Bridgetown. Barbados, so as to rea. h him before the 15th of November, UM. 16.10 53—In RECRUITS WANTED Twenty Kecruits are requireo for the Barbados Police. The following are .the minimum requiu menta: — Aft* 30—37 year. Height: 5 ft. 8 ins. in lure feet. Chost: not less than 36 mt expanded. Education Standard VII and over Applicants will be interview n-(.ioduatea with ne post of ileadmistrcv aj st ond Gap. The school provides ior about 735 girls between the ipplieant will be required to lake NOTICE AUCTION I, ... %  ...1 I A.M Hi .1 l-RAKi'1 (,AHA<.1 rtoeoudk Strrm aa FRIDAY 17th n pan VAUXItALL ItEDAM CAH DAMAticn L 130 pm iiorxit %  ji'iT Aadan Car yauxhall 14 Bad—. C in BO-MI workiikf M %  joaal tyre n.itttty Tamil ra*b R ARCKEtl MC KI21I \ u .Ooa.rer ia is. as—a Uia*e aapaagrtl vrhlriea by Auctlo HfJ JHJPRO Uarait* on fnday lllh ill', lifi at 1 10 p m AIMTJONCERS JOHN M Bl^DON .v J Plirtatlqni Hulldlnfa. phone 4SS II 10 5S—4n NOTICE Miner is iiEKfUY (iiveM 111..1 Iranafer Book. p| lb Cmpanv wl| loard m>m lh" am daj ol Oci.itwr ... Ihe Mth day ol Octobri IPS;'. daya jtcluilyc By nrdar af |h n.>rd I I K l-ilhHl.N. ^-.,'| .i ia S9NOTICE ii < %  > Hi' Ih CviLlulw Wrr. M MlphOav of tt><' %  A-'UI of tin %  %  %  %  ... Ihm MUn uNlol* wnroduced Into tn.I^gi af thla laland a U II aulriorlilrta lh %  •M CeaajBPMloiier-' lr< .. %  Vf| WaMli :a... Walth' .•aajkayoa o* Ui"i Coanmiaai—ir-. -mi nly equal to nnr.lhltd ri| the wagci -" laid Dim;, v Waithr durlnt tn* Wdlatrly precredlnB I) I I day of Ortol.i. 1SU Yr-Amvooii a. BOYCC, I ( t dM ( %  ..inrr.tv.ioii.r. Of I IBP panten of Chrl.t Chun i|| It S) %  ihree yeaia an ide of ha deal Diamond Rinitti LOUIS L. BAYLF.Y Bolton I. in-la hereby BBnM iliat M ihe Veatrv ,tf tlx Church In | i reduced Inio Ihr 1 BaaeJj lal A Bill aiithorl.i to ralae a loan not for Ihe purpaae ol apaj >nii to be uiril %  • IIHI %  f tne Almrhoi... ,.[ •iibetlt nt kin Inr lhxaidluM hn ,. -I.-' %  ( ('111 •-*uIII be in RMBBB of thi Ihe aaid Vaalr I IBM >|SjBB)ai pV as i„,u.. ". M .ii. MRU .......ICJI ibryo. Una na be i .-pi Ml by I laammi* oi SBOO 00 rarh, voni i 91.1 October 1PM -ill. int. %  pclnrlpal umi l.,i the turn .,.' .xredliiB 1 < %  A Rill paapBajiaM 'Udatul %  eaaSMn m m i i -.i .. Ipaa Inio arena IiorRHiui the uid Vnatis penalon paiablr b> Mr .%  | trii.i I,. IKK.* %  -nd pailil.. I rrmanilfia Inn. • Id Vr.tr i id A mil auihorlalna Ihe P"Uni ihe penalon lo b> ^f ID HI J A Cole *ni from the PtTTnTi i lake Inio account Ihi 'ich he hald nine n uf Ihr ...i.l Veali. ii thr OassaatsBas* HiBhwaya reapccfl iwithalandum thai ih irnn ui a-i .. not eonunuou. with hi. i...-n-. i, r eartkre with thr Coi.m iShwaya ol thr ...id 1-artah l-trd thla ISO. day or IMWUrr. 100 YKARWOOD a BOY* r. lU-rltora lor Ihe Vr.lr* ..I th.panm It 1 M Apuluatioll.s air UU / uilable ti'iH-litiig ex|M-nence foi Leonard's School for Otlig, Rh II iltieutinn at the secondary slag.ages of 11 unil 14. The sueciiuf i I %  p her duties on 1st January. 105:'. The salary will be on the vi.le for fJrade IV Itoadmiitresaes in ihe Govrrnmenl Teaching Servm i-v basic salary will be in accordance with qualifications and exi m nee with the addition of a pensionable emolument of 35t. A.i allowance of $240 per annum iiiayable to University Graduates nrho possess a recognised Teacher'.. -rtillcate or Diploma. The IHISI is panaionable in .i.-ordance *il)i tin e Barbados PensionAn 1047 i 1H47-2Q). Appln .itunis KIVIIIK full parlii Ulan ol quahllcatioiui and e: ice should be sent to the Dtreetoi ,.f Educntion, Garrison. Boi 2Sth October. 1953 of tperlbi ii.EQUIP YOUR Tr A C T OR-DRAWN AND ANIMAL UI AWN VEHICLES AND IMPLEMENTS DUNLOP FARM TYRES EELS HUBS BRAKES o PERMIT GREATER LOADS a REDUCE FUEL CONSUMPTION • ELIMINATE DAMAGE TO CROPS • PERMIT LOWER LOADING LINE • RUN SMOOTHLY AND SILENTLY ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY. INC. I CANADIAN M II VH i. irnmmmu] I MONTTUCAL :*i K-i I HALIFAX S Oft | Air BVDOS ji opt It OCI IS Oct M Oct a oct i tfov I Won II No13 Nov JJ Nos i NORTHBOUND CORONA dur Bar bait . •>.-.. An-ummndation ova.iabia lor %  intormalio.. eiipl, D. CORTA a CO LTD Phonr 112] AlyW VOIIK SKHVH'K [msi ram BBBB SOtTUBOUKn ALCOA AAA N'ORFOUi HALTlMOHf. NtW YORK A.r It Dual Dec It Jan St Dec n Jan 1 Jan • rpb NEW ORLEANS M IIVII I IsBIHSSIIII BTI \M.a aTBAMBR .TtAN)R NFW ORLBATfS t Oct MOHILB || Oct JAMAICA l I-r D'DOS 23 Oct 0 Nov W Nov • Nov 13 Hoy 11 Nov tf Nov %  Nov t Doc '•• MM aaaaaaaaaa %  -. ItesJk ttoyhteM &*****&? ME*' TVRE BEJ DUKLOP TUE tW; ECKSTEIN BROS. — Bay Street. A lovely assortment of STANLEY TOOLS Jui.1 received Cotnv See. then BUY ! co-onMATtvt aocBpri S iTin.i Page 3. d on IIH ii Ueoaa who ere unwilling lo do %  ODaBtJiUi i > help ui their own welfare. For the future they had to gi I ufflcient membeit. and capital With regard to tiniulv Hi. ad to ramember lhal Ihe SocieU had to sail 75 per cent. ,J all item, lo members. Realising this the> had to remarnber it was necessary to support the Society'" schemes. Their Society wanted to take a lead In the formation of the Union of Societies. After lh* Secretsry gave his report the Registrar made a shor address and then presented (hi Secretary with the Certificate 0 Registration. Mr. C. Beckles. Co-operativi Officer, next gave a talk on "CooperatiVB %  • h.VIUIAIHiS CFHCIAL NOTICE IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY In pin leDM .-' the Cbanrciy AH, ItUS I do hereby si ivina or H.HIIIMI JTIJ catatr. nahl or Inlereat or any Ben or incumoraoce in i lectina Ihe properlv hereinalirr menlloned, Ihe property of thr Defandant. to i" bWorr mr an -ncount ol their claima with their wltneaaaa. documenla and luchcra lo be rxannned far me on any TUaaday or Prkday between the hours ol noon and 3 o'clock In Ihe ahemoon at Ihe Rea-iatretion OfTlcr. Public Buildmsa 'idaatown. before the Hit day of No%rmbrr. ISSg in order that aucb claima maj %  irporttd on and ranked accordina to ihr nature and priority ihareol rnpectlvely. Iieiwlae auch prrani will ba precludnl liom the banaflu of any decier and ba iprlvrd of all claima on or aaalmt tkr aald property riaiatlfl CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS Drleaaaal — WII.MIH OKM-TINB I I MM1NS %  H'll'ERTY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel ol land 'itiialr at Codrinston Rill. In Ike uaiiah of Saint Mu-barl and laland of Barbadoa aboveaaid cm tjinins by admee-iiirment one ixir .inr rood or UlerranouK Abutlins ami boundlna on landa if Samuel Jamra CadeUp pf one Ford of Alfred C Dawn* and on ihr r.ibllc Road, •> %  however else the aamr mav be abuttuui Toaether with Ihe mrwuase or v.wr.lmhoue thereon called "MAYVIlJ-r. and all olher bulldlnBa and ptHUeaa on the MESH WIRE In, MI 4 Inch up EXPANDED METAL lor Railing!. Concrete Work. Etc.. Etc., Etc. A.E. TAYLOR LTD. COLERIDGE STREET Dial: 4100 where Qualities are HIGH and Prices are LOW. HMMM MM . I M S %  % %  < % 



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PAC.I ABVOCATE THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1', 1952 BARBADOS **& ADVOCATE r..->..-i——n e T, J....W •• Thiirsila>. October lb. 1952 (.III \l M\ RECENTLY in private conversation an Englishman holding high office in the West Indies described a leading Communist of Ihe area as a charming person. The same day another official .spoke of a Communist agitator as someone quite i with. Nobody wants to start a witch-hunt in the British Caribbean nor to suggest that Communism is an immediate threat to our liberties. But it may well be asked whether those who hold responsible positions in the British Caribbean are adopting the right attitude to this deadly political philosophy which has enslaved so many millions of free peoples? Communists have already established themselves firmly in British Guiana, Trinidad and Jamaica and the President of the Caribbean Labour Congress. Mr. G. H. Adams has recently initiated action t<> distim,ui!.h between Caribbean trade unions which are affiliated to the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (which he represents) and those which owe alU n>w. The Free Trade Unions of the British Caribbean have no illusions as to the menace of Communism and are setting their houses in order. How surprising it is then to hear high ranking English officials dlfl "charming" individuals whose loyalties are wholly foreign to the democratic mode c.f life which it has always been the goal of the United Kingdom to introduce mid its Caribbean possessions. Far more applicable to the Caribbean of today is the outspoken editorial in Life Macazine of September 22. 1952, in which attention is called to "the sheer wicked m humanity of Communism and the witke.1 ideology of communism which is the direct cause of its frightful inhumanity, the organised murder of at least 20 million people and the Imprisoned wretchedness ... hundreds of millions. Murder. Inc ? Its address is the Kremlin. Moscow. Its branch offices are every Communist cell In the world". These are outspoken words but they are not hysterical outpourings of some journalist with a Communist bee in his bonnet. The case against Communism ia a welldocumented case which the free-world ignores to its peril. Any Barbadian listening to Radio Moscow last Sunday afternoon could have heard in English the naive accusations tgatngt the Western democracies and the "glorification" of Stalin, the almost religious worship paid to a human being, and the hymn to Stalin. That kind of unintelligent propaganda poured in great oceans of words out of the German broadcasting stations during the war. Today they are pouring all over the world from Moscow. The danger to the democratic way ot life may be nearer than we think for all of us and we would be well advised t.i recognised with the editors of Life that Communism is in our time the Great Sin against Humanity. We ought not to forget that, nor to be taken in by the charm of our enemies. Educational I 'roubles THERE are not enough classrooms: there are not enough teachers: these two educational headaches afflict every country in the world today and Barbadians ought to be made aware of the desperate ren to which other countries of the world are driven to seek relief. In the United States this autumn the increase of pupils enrolled in elementary and secondary schools over 151 was nearly 1.7 million. As a result of this and previous year's increases, emergency measures have had to be taken. Makeshift classrooms in store buildings and other unsatisfactory structures aie being occupied by 1.8 million pupils More than one million school children work short days or shifts to permit two or three classes to use the same room. One-room, one-tpslcher schools are used to give training to 1.9 million. Fourteen million are overcrowded in classrooms with 30 or more class mates And among these 800.000 arc in rooms with 50 or more pupils. The cost of primary education on present lines to the government of Barbados according to an expert is expected to increase from an estimated $1.6 million in 195! to $2.7 million in 1961 i The time seems ripe therefore for a realisation that Barbados will have to adjust its educational expenditure to its financial resources, if not a* drastically as the United States at least by i 11 wing some of Its lines of economy. News From Britain LONDON It. VaMtfban Jmnrn '"'•" '<*<. • jwUetary. • taoL^bour, under I chamber legislature ana an execihe -;oki\ reports were cumullve 'M carry out ta decisions. a all-out netsvy, It was a demn In that the flow of certain the World Legislature to be I m of orders from abroad to empowered to raise revenue, and out* .• damaging DtoWi llnl-in's fnglneerlng firms has the sum levied on each state to i vriscu, to Bi. '*en slackening recently. Affect, be in proportion to Its national D'a econoniv ' mo *' ,rc """ "•neneerlng proIncome Kre.1. October 20. unless la-t <"<. '"f' adln !L. m "" %  %  %  Suggestion, fopror.^l>. tout, uogou-uon. ,n J"2 on „,., vv ?££"•""" ?"* "W""" •"— tM, mmnncng and sh.pbuud, Wnmnl taMt Including eatc"V' "',^^it!„ ^r_„ u>( worker, will ban piecc-woi. J, „,„,„„,. „..,, molor "' " Iron Curtain leprejen.,„,.. Thus precedent trucRJ „„„ m>rtun ^ „ uu aUve, ere prenl tol" (or other trades will have been uKiraetng. At the same time, ana'T, Utopian lotas So delegates set plies of steel to the manufacturers '""'a " lv •**" Communist The thirty leaders of the .ielmproving representative, would not nave Colons repnaenling Uie workn. But what is happening on lop tailed lo agree If they had ade no move to meet the mediof this* Britain la losing orders attended. ion efforts of Sir Robert Gould, lo other countries. Including Ger.nvdlalion Officer of th# many, becauee the workers, with A welcome visitor lo London f Labour whe • u n ?" d another, are not next year will be Yugoslavia's ala term, with them niclng fast enough, and deMarshal Tito. No, Ihe British JuSTiSf •* "ben ,., .. ;"->..-". %  > M ..tiered sufllclenlpeople h.v. no. suddenly London ho.,1. Uie, made I, cle.l £*$$, ,„, „ umb r 0 ord ,„ '^u? .h.T'Spl^r.'llt^Uw A zsrsJriJSr^^ ssrs ssss *^rts: as *&*£ ? %& .wo pound a week pay roe. So „„, „„„ lhJ1 „„,.. BrttanVl p h .,,f ?..„!, JLn^ „ thay are retabatm, by carrying „„.„, Ju n m „„ pr.duc.lon ,ho pa TTve^ X„ been the out their previous threat lo imdrive, which su.cessfully com-,.,?, r" r i£. ..saSn', bjllrt poaa Uie paw-work and overp,,., with thai of other •""•^^^JS^^^LS" lime ban They Indicated lht .he outlook is no. ao rosy. „,,",,„ ForeumSeeTSSv EdT Jielr position was strong for The same holds good In respect '"* *"" ^J* h 2!* l "> ^ not a lln,l. Union had voted of consumer good, too Britain's •£"". JSL*"" -.! ? igaln.1 their d, cslon, although woollen, and worsted good, have _' h £ r ^ !" n ~ , n • !" '" lomaof Ihe union, had abalwayg been, and remain, popular !" "•" %  L*^' '", c h m1 "".1 lnP world over l.ul olher house^n with encounters with repreEngland are gloomy. The bun big damper r.-nt and elsewhere. For tome of usuatlj taken place in the r *,L* LZZJSFUXUMUZJ Britain'! form-i big eustcmer. -re duty Mmojphere o* council on personal initiative havitf ... ow balance ot chamber*. Theie have as often 1. „ nri .-.K,_n h J^ ,,f imcu||jef y u J !" now come to nothing with me walkmeans that 3een put ind hard work. Undoubted! the ma-* of the worker* ThrgXvua'WriiameoUry Conout of the Red reprewnutive. evill have less regard than a*ri „ Wlirtd Government, Is likely that Marshal Tito -nd more enjoyment of culture, ping and airlines are already I viewpoint of employers throughThe-.... tbl real wants of booked to c.ipa. %  i, out the country when he added: hun.->n society. •Our customers abroad will not i noia ', ,, ,„,, ..i-iiw. Mr. H. Many of ine visitors are plan%  ay us for incincient methods Ka.uath asserted that the West, In .*** look up relaUyea for the •rill they nay us for ^ |Md n cf wean(ng Wc AlUltlc f^ tlnw and will probably spend *orkep who are less efficient, yeopieg f rom Communism, were -vork shorter hours or demand making them h ok towards the 1 i higher standard of living than KBg „ 1hc s..v,et Union worhote of other suppliers. ihipped Satan, he stated, the West He explained how all Industries wor8h |pped Mammon. Y< 111 aaa>arft.|ria*sa> la'alsafcal tasTTaafefafaaM aafAaH . aaa several weeks in Britain and on the Continent to tour the sights of the Old World. services were affected heir prices mounted whe MM branch increased its IVoportioeiately. he said. .mount of food and raw mat mported from abroad had to be not ^ who Britain's town planners with their housing development pro. fW * not worship Clod and Mammon; he n !" no "'"* ^eveiopmen. p."> hen any ^7,,,^ P )•* e causing serious worry ta l(ll „ U! .p,i ,hr "irftion-a rani.iiig conmuBttj Aately. he said, the r £l££lL Adam £weU snoke A c orescn ,jle of -ovelopf food and raw materials ^"BSJ. ?oi ladle^iriSSS m nt Br,u,n ' 1, ,ln ""^ ,hous "'n'ade"eoinpe!ito, ; like SwHwr!":",';.'!'"', and and Sweden, not to mention he hard working ex-enemies Gernany and Japan had no restrictions on their work anrrtiblr force equivalent to three count! It would disappear from the,^, u ummrm tipM _' vocabulary of mankind m our twenty years' time. Even now mere Is only about half an acre of arable land per An anihlllou. scheme ln.rojj""^jj*, •££!££, mendmenl" of .he United n To c b,,^,, t „ ni output over Nations Charter to Brlnj about £500,000.000 have been spen, by world Bovernmenl. 11 propowd he .gricultural indualry In the the IntroduClon of a world jj^. twelve years.—L.E.S. I hi I x-r ,lill i s I op-Hal Is The Silkies! Off Them All API" I...W -, ii> in m, a,-:;! l the C Soiiallst Ml -(light when a smile at i ;'u ,.i but t"i rani hai lltted across the strong (akturai vhich iieli-nged U' n Ton M I' Si Villiiiin Y Darling (South Edinburgh). gra .. Si..i..hst. it muat iC exasperating to havi Nl sVUluun one of your audi DC I: v unfUf For this Tory is not nto II. -n.v known label. He > unaccountable. .nice, you may be disussing some point of Co-op rading. Si, William, with a ourlly gesture setting off the noat elegant male garb in Purllai.iit. may well interrupt: "I was nog I..( \,:\K hog %  In his autobiography publish"d "day. "So It Looks To MY." he rinu his peddler's ccrtillcatc iii'd by the Metropolitan Police in Hflfi to William Young Darting, I K..<--lane. PecJlham. a1 '. ^t omplexion. fresh; hair, brown. >•>, blue, visible marks and iccullarlties. Some Ot his visible marks now i. tlif -ilkie^i tipper ni West* !he largest cravat, the I iik trousers. These btlong to ','ie I 1'rinces-str'vl drape, ltd wartuTM LOR) Provost of the ilv uhere lh,hUlmbui i.'i l> I, 'PIH'IIS () r So Wilh.im may ^l^.^' rv. to .. nunned s i union" And he^-e I rtories. Understand (Irst that Sir Wilh un i)..rling. as a free entirnrlse shep. I-. i \.-r> U-..i %  .. .if hi functionShops are only a secondary industry, he says 1 hey should KV William II .rkl. .. be open at such times as the puulic i puts them. He once bought a book at inulOlfgfal in New York. Something iike shopkeeping' He knows no other place in the world where thai could be done As for what happens In Britain Mai. he -..iv ,i ;mute farcical 'Shopping has lo be conducted at the lime to suit shop assistants, and not at ihe time to suit thpublie. Tens of thousands of persons are compelled to do their 'hopping in the lunch-time, b'-'cuse the shops ire not yet op. i whin they leave their homes in the '""''"'K ot are closed when Kiev -.turn at night. 'The Stale might well lay down Ihe hours in the 24 for the shop employee, but no restriction should be laid upon the owners of shopr. who should organise their businesses with du.consideration %  I Mich necessary restrictions." Note that these views wee already .Irmly tunned in Sir William's mind wh?n. at the age of 27. he happrned to be a shop assistant in Perth. Western AuLICEMAN watched while"burKlar broke into a mansion In Beekman Place Showman Billy Rose was breaking into his own home. For a year Mrs. Eleanor Holm Rose, the exswimming star occupied the house under a court order that kept Billy out. When she won a separation suit she went to Florida. The Roses owned an art collection including Retnbrandti. Velasquez and Renoirs. Billy says suspicious ouiky objects have been leaving the house. So he broke in to check while the policeman acted as a neutral observer. Sure enough. Billy announces, 90 per cetit. of the art collection is gone and silverware once used by King George III. Billy says he will guard what is left. Eleanor is hurrying back from Florida. SURPRISED that Scandinavia is going to fly a Los .Angeles to Copenhagen route across the North Pole, Pan-American Airways announces: "We have permission to do it too. When across-the-Pole flying starts, we shall be represented." • • FLOWEKS were heaped at the leet or a London-born woman on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House. Her arms were full, too. A sell-out audience clapped and shouted and whistled. Ballerina Alicia Markova was back in the title role of Giselle after several years. The newspapers are full of "the magic of Markova." Says the New York Times. "She continues almost unbelievably to enrich this ballet ... a masterpiece." It must have been one of the great nights in the life of the woman born Lillian Alicia Marks. • • • PRESIDENT TRUMAN has ordered an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission to determine where the consumer's dollar goes. He wants to know how much goes to labour, to material costs, to distribution, and to profits. THE history of the British colonies before they became the United States will get a bigger share in the programme of New York's municipal schools. They want to show how ideas and events in the colonies led to the writing of the U.S. Constitution. THE Government's Economic Stabiliser Roger Putnam, and Mr. Francis Cocke, head of the American Bankers' Association, predict that good business, full employment and a high level of industrial activity are assured Putnam says this will last 18 months. Cautious banker Cocke limits his forecast to six months. Labour Secretary, Mauice Tobin reports unemployment at an all-time low. Dole claims are down to 697,280. • • • THE cricket season closed in New York with a victory by Manhattan Paragons over the Staten Island Club. There are 4,000 players in 27 clubs in New York. Most art from the West Indies. TODAY'S story from the Korean front A young flight-lieutenant going into action for the first time radioed his flight commander: "Skipper, they're shooting at us! Replied Colonel Darre*. Irwin: "That's all right. They're allowed to." SINGER Margaret Truman is stealing the show from President Truman on his campaign tour to the small towns of the Middle West. If he appears without her, the crowd yells "Where's Margaret." Quickly shr appears at his side. • • • THE State Department urged its diplomats to fly when they can and save time They are not ordered to stay off ships, for two reasons: some are physically unfit to fly; and the U.S. steamship lines would raise a howl. LADY PEEL, better known to Americans as Beatrice Lillie, insists she has spent all the money she is going to earn in her new Broadway show on dresses for it. She summoned her London dressmaker over to do them. He has had to make Ihem in 10 days for Thursday's opening. It is called "An Evening with Beatrice Lillie." She will do her sketch as a maid, sing 'Wind Around My Heart," and in fact th whole thing is going to be a review of Miss Lillie down through the years by Miss Lillie. AN urgent back-to-work plea by Presldeni Truman was answered by 13,000 strikers a; the Douglas Aircraft Company in El Segundo. California. They went back with out any settlement of grievances. Reason: they make jet fighters. • • a POLLSTER Elmo Roper reports that 23 per cent of voters are "sure" for Mr. Stevenson and 27 per cent, for General Eisenhower. The rest have not made up their minds. After a national survey, the New York Times says the explanation by Republican vice-presidential candidate Senator Nixon of his private expense fund has helped Republican Eisenhower. • • • SWIMMER Florence Chadwick, who swam the Channel twice and California's Catalina Channel once, announces she will tackle the Strait of Gibraltar and, the Dardanelles next summer. She says she wants to swim every important channel in the world. MXHIKS! MUAHMKSl Colli.. Pocket and Dek **"* now opened at .lfllr.ll-£ STATiOXERV Obtain your requirements of LUMBER & SHINGLES WALABA POSTS. CEMENT PAINTS and OILS GALVANIZED and ALUMINUM SHEETS and All BUILDERS HARDWARE from WILKINSON & HAYNES & CO, LTD. Successors to a S. PITCHER & CO. Phones : 4413, 4472, 4687 Beck with Stores is's Ale 30c. aer Bot l.ulnni-v. 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P.W.I' TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIIIRSDAV. OCTOBER I* l gwtiJb Qallinx} M R. TREVOR GALE. Advertlzlng Manager at tinA*lv % %  iv Olympic Game* at Helsm'. < \4ui. rale Newspaper and later apant a holiday in England where he on behalf .f th' l'.. St Michael's Glrlt' School %  at tha < lastonu bg Him. v. C II L C and Mrs. Jack Dear. — tnlninnit Tm Grrmiiln H ON'Bl.i: J H M %  d He Mn D. A. !; .rrltcr-at-Law, both of Grenada wen arrival* In the S.S lie <'.mur yeaterday monw'. from England Ml itfnwicK who wu aeeoroI .mini %y hi* wife, represented Ihc Wmdward Islands at the C.liini..l-0*nce in connection with the examination of Canada-West Indies Trade problems. Mr. Henry spent about foul months holiday In the U.K. They expect to return home Inday bv the Canadian Cruiser. In feW VMW M R D. LLOYD ADAMS. Treasurer of Maeais. ConPnper Sales. I.td < %  Montreal, Canada, and Mr. Hobrrt J Clarke Editor and Manager of the St. Maurice Valley th rnklr of Three Rivers. Canada, expect to leave the island today after spending lOOUt tuna, days' holiday as guests at therHotrt Royal. Mr Adams and Mr. Clarke !old Ctab that they had a peasant and "tassloyable stay In Barbados and (hey regret that they touhl not remain lnnfer. While here they had the pleauie of being shown over the Aarscate by Hon V O. Gale They hope to return soon T" Ki'titft' In Ihiminirn M R R E ALLFKEY. a Conlondon, %  %  in settle, .-imong the pnssengers ar.lvlng from England De Gmss*> yesterday monsMMJ %  %  Dgtnbiica %  join them. Mr. Allfiey has alre.. \ in Roseau and hopes 14 purchase an estate than Hrrliro tnlrnnnil I NTKANSir g) the De Crasse lay morning frum England on his way back to was Dr. H Hamilton who qualified at Middlesex Hospital. Lon-rlty I) Han '. inipas to take up an appointment with the Triniitmeit. \tt,n,l,,l Ik. ONkfM M R F1TZ A CLASH ant EUvlncal Inspector of Biitish Guiana, arrived here yesterday morning by the De GmtJ* from England where he spent ill months on a Government court* doing Electric;., ln^-Hatlon ln-pection work. The course was arranged by the government ( British (iuiaua with the Ea-tcru Electricity Board of England. stopped off in Barbados for a short sta> witk I %  before returning hossW He is a guesl of Mr. and Mrs K. F. McLeod ..f Wellington Street. Mr. Clarke and Mrs McLeod Also returning from the UK. yesterday by the D.* GrosSe was Ml II Biathwa.te of lb* Telerom truncations Department of Hnttsh Guiana. He had attended a six-month course of instruction He left later in the afternoon on the ship for Trinidad on his way home llnmplrtrd C. R ETURNING on the Si. Sea from the United •svM MacCharles M I Archer n,rio have completed a Course of Irgtttslnl with the Ford Motor Company Ltd., at Dagenham. England. After completing their studies iluding France. LuxemDurmg (heir stay in Italy. David who was travelling with some Catholic friends had a private audience with the Pope at the Vatican. The two young men Brill ba inning the staff of Messrs Charles McEnearney ACompany Ltd. Cooaf Lurk M R. CECIL JACK, son of Mr. R. N Jack. Acting Labour Commissioner and Mrs. Jack, lea lha island yesterday afternoon by B-W4JL (or Grenada to take up an appointment as Assistant A.r.cultun.t at the Cocoa IndusIt y Improvement Scheme Cecil has recently completed a lourse at the Imperial t. Trop.cal Agriculture. Tntudad and had been spending some time with his parents. Although his many friends will be glad to hear of g#j new appointment yet his absence will no doubt mean the loss of a young pianist to music lover*. Cecil assures us that he will be coming back next year and till then Carib joins in wishing him good luck in his new job. ft/nn OIIV Pmlpomul O PEN DAY of the Harrison College Old BoysAssociate which was scheduled to take place at Harrison College to-day will now be held Thursday. November S. The-e will be a cricket match Mtwaaa the Past and Present day Hsrrisonlans followed bv a cocktail party. /• %  Con~rrmlmry Of MmUc M R JOHN TULL, British Gulanese tenor singer recently left the island on a visit to St. Lucia before going on to the Conservatory of Musii to continue his musical studies. Mr. Tuli who spent about two months in the island, had juai completed a 12-monlhs' tour Of .bean. .jted to a programme of classical song** over Rediffuslon snd later to fc ej successful performance at tal School Hall. No doubt the experience gained on his tour will serve him In good stead in his studies In Harmony and Voice which he started with the Royal School Of Mag* Bark from UK A FTER spending about four months' hoi Ida \ in the United Kingdom. Mr. K. E McKetuic. Manager of Neils Plant*ion. St Michael and Mm. returned home y a g l a r • day morning In the | | ;v Crane. Also returning by the De Gnusc from England yesterday were Mrs. R. A. Johnson, mother of Mrs. Harold Newaam of Tarndale, Hastings and Mrs A B V Newsam whose husband Is an assistant master at the Lodge Mrs. Newsam went over to put her daughter Catherine to school at the Hall. Wincanton, Somerset and afterwards remained for a %  Rural Ih ,in. II. rht, T HE REV. ROBERT GRAY, Rector of All Saints Anglican Church in New Amsterdam, Berbice, left by the De Grasae yesterday evening for Trinidad on his way home after spending; four months' holiday in England He said that ha had an enjoyable holiday and was looking forward to returning to his work. Rev. Gray is Rural Dean of Berbice. ^c STARS' awvory A FUtl TIHRKOAV. OtTOBCK l l5i in the section in which your birthday Ok l. according to the slam Rules, obligations should be followed for the emergencies we ..II TAURUS April 21 -May 20 meet. ^ * Thought. Integrity arc the words. In all action, spending, planning, be perceptive. A -iiFinur* sixiinlv deoends on how !" Future security depends on how we conduct business and other personal affairs NOW. U. 4* * Search for jur advantages and continue kUT ti-Jtss tl striving to hold them. Otherwise, you'll)^ nnd matters topsy-turvy. Don't act or talk out of turn a * Some unfriendly influences that could be annowig Stop to ponder more carefully ^^ before acting Associate with and listen ^ to intelligently busy people • if _. Might as well make this day busy *T !" FROM THE START. Dont risk chances of making faulty moves, study, research, if w Don't tabu assistance, but use your j • judgment, also Promote your interests T and keep riealthy friendships. Avoid tendency to worry. ^ yL CANCER M 2—Jaly SB Jl 24 An, TOtOO LIBRA %  AOITTABIU* WOMEN'S CLUB ENTERTAINS LADY SAVAGE Y fiaSTBRDAY afternoon t h e meml>ers of the Women's I lull "entertained Lady Savage to tea at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. St-ott. "Woodslde," Bay Street. The .Woodslde Literary Club was founded in 1947 by Mrs. Scott who heenme Its first President Mrs. K. A. Senly is the Secretary. Its primary function was to train women In public gpaaMlH in order to assist them to acquire ji measure of self confidence, to stlmulatV an interest In current affairs and to widen tM4r outlook in Btarary nnd cultural Held*. The Club wlu.li ii rtOB profit ctuieern and is non politlcaL meets once monthly at HQIP S^Urv Tre. !" ^ "*etary Trea-arsr. Mn. Allaaibf. Asalauat Woodsido where members in' jS^S, !" Tn ** !" < *"< Mn. A. W Scott chatting at tbs Women's Literary Boci.t, tea party variably take part in discussion. debate -and Issue or listen to Ire* • VuU no lime on needless dUIU or •..i^f^Ort SS lu"n. Witch your .dverury. know jL. *.n -oci. ss JJJJ hc a amnl Think a „ blliJ "T %  COKPIO In buslnew career, professional life: go IS/ Oct. M-KOT. a ffewto enouHi lo Utruly carellil now. Personal efforts and habit* need attention, also domestic affairs. Check! Jf %  •-*+, We -iigge-st a short breather in early ^a hours to review obligations .Few' •*• ^ lost taking pains. Bo satisfied with fair — %  + + CAriloomH Try to tlnuh tuk early, that period Is Dec —Ja. *l most generous and enlivening. Later in ji. day, heart internals hold favoured spot* """> * ^C s-mrr.a Watching vital .md essential daily matFsb. J^SSrck 90 ter. are musts. Be steady **'>?"'*"' jsL '•"' %  generally, and you can attain many ^> %  |C reasonable desires Romance favoured. steadv. charitable, with grit, j*. Skill "for mechanics, science,^ be a disYOU BORN TODAY •k poise, usually easy manner Skill lor mecn^m.. ^ writing public speaking, literature, acting Can tx cTplmarian Avoid being stubborn, don't wear down .* nlrthdate o( Noah Webster. Amer lexicographer, Jo-...-.-.. Eug ?i'o4H. dramatis,; Mervyi. Le Roy. screen director. ******** * PICTURE SHOWS: (left to ngbt) Mr.. S. R. Taylor. MrH. A. Vaughn, laifea, Mn a. N Jack. Mn. Joyce Bealy. lion Secretary Treasurer. "" Lady Sarag*. Mrs. Allamby, AsslsUnt ll however, imw Ihe general feeling amoiiK membe r s that tha time pas come widen thav •oopa of activrtiea lo embrace other Held* of endeavour such ie loflal welfare and other \oluntarj work anal in onlei to do so they ;i(treed lo ehnhge the tiams] of the Club to Women's Club, Among trie objects of the Club vill lie to arrange for the holdInfl M Ixi'tures and discussions and debates and all sui %  uld %  tat to tl and Cultural inipinvemcnt ol women, to encourage women to take a practical and intelligent Interest m civic affairs, to give practical assistance in v>ilutitai> social welfare work, to co-operntt i urgaoiSa%  tlea* and to oiler to members refaciUtlas in the playing of Indoor games, card games and lawn tennis. It is SIM, the wish of the memicqutra their own club House where proper f.> rest and recreation wiU be provided. King Farouk And Family Arrive at Santa Marinella SANTA MAKINELLA. Oct. 13. Former King Farouk of Egypt. who found things a bit expensive on the vacation Island of Capri, arrived with Ins btnJlj Wednesday to make a tcmi-or-.ry home In a second class hotel .,t this seaside resort town. The exiled monarch, .\-gn.n Narrtman, baby King AJunand Fuad II. ,,M.| King Farouk's three cl.mghter.s by his flr>: arrii'ed at their new iionu"Villa of Palms" at 3 p.m. aboard a chartered bus that brought them hate from Sorrento. The i.rty left then the luxurious Paridiso hotel at Cagftti early |his momiiiK and Etv as Sorrento on the Italian mainland altn.ird the tinv steamer Linda. The crowd of S00 at this town S3 miles north of Rome i.. , t wildly as King Farouk. smoking a cigar and wearing dark sun pgBBMt ta uguaL iquaasad him wll DUt Of his seat just behind the bus driver and stepped out for his first look at "home ateras> stucco villa that Is a far cry from the luxurious paiaces he enjoyed once as King. The "Villa of Palms" which the Royal Family will occupy for a few months while looking around for something more permanent was selected by Farouk'* Italian atlorney. The ex-King did not appear disappointed at what IM> saw. AllfL Farouk and the ex-Queen slepped out of the bus another tli.-i'i .vent up from the CTOWd The -.line thing happened when Farouk's three daughters emer e,l I mm the bus. The great gates of the "Villa of Palm*" were thrown open nnd Farouk's bus drove OVag lha .travel roadway Uuauaji the Itttla park of palm trees to tie left Of the villa., and stopped M the main entrance. —I'.F. LISTENING HOURS ml Montr ocToat.t in issr — — 1 IS SSM II 4 00 p in Th NW; 4 10 p m ISSIIy tsrrvlrw. IS p ni No Nainv; P m Sporllns n>eord. IHpm B Ci'ii.r'l OrchsMlw: • DO p m W DUr. Illpm Vsrtoly RaBd ho, P m Sport. Hound Up St l>r>>vui r-t.tl. T oo p n. Th Now*: 7 |c) | lloin* Htw rrom Britain GLOBE T IS p m Wr R— nrllain 7 41 (i m Uliltr (WtrrnaO*. Illpir Radio Nm'•-rl. S JO st m aibrllua. 144 pin fprcial Drapalrh. • OS j, m. ailbait Sullivan. 10 00 pm In* NF ID lp m rrom The Bdltortsls. 10 IS p.m ..l tl.. M..ter ol the RolU, IS SO p m N Name WILL ALL SCIIOOUS that could not attend vestcrdav's Show due to the rain*, attend TODAY'S SHOW ut 1.30 p.m. Tickets dated 15/10/52 could be used lor Today's Show : (Film IVANHOE) Diamond llingw LOUIS L. BAVLEY li,>ii.„i i ,,, BY THE WAY... By Beachcomber V. I can spate a few moments from Chlnon. let him go to a certain mountain inn of the Vosges. where I saw a sight a stalwart little lad of ten months. to warm the heart. The son of the innkeeper was solid, square, and broad-shoulN my return home there ^-^ awaited me news of what an American paper calls, v.ilh masterly understatement, "an unusual dinnei wine." It it a "crackling carbonated vin rose." and would probably go iBttW ell with the lobjter and chocolate sauce. I I I 3' CHECK TAFFETA—in Cold. Gmn. tU-i SIM ST FLOWERED NYLON—Pink. Blur. Whilr. P.<:h $3.00 36" FLOWERED & PLAIN ( HI Pi Jl o ALWAYS NEW DRESS GOODS. ARRIVING — AT — T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) TOUR SHOE STORE PHONE: 4220 n.iHXEH BROS. Illliil l.-SU KIT .WVE.XTI'HEfi! AT THE PLAZA llll V I III S TEMPT S.TION AND TERROR RIDE IN THE WAKE OF THE SHIP CALLED DOK-MI Baby hs been watch,..g tha: door for quite a lonj time. There have been some disappointments—first Jock with a friendly bark or two — then Daddy pulling one of hi* funny faces — all very well— but when one is hungry— ! However — no mistake this time — hero It 1$ at fast — lovely Cow & Gate in my very own mug. Here's your cup of Happiness darling." says Mummy, "drink it up. my lovely — it's been tha making of you." COW&GAiXfeiJo'g D/u FOOD oP J. B. LESLIC ROYAL BABIES CO.. LTD.—Agents r* MASQVE TREATMENTS are quite trantforming! S !" ho u> Ann Bm.n Ma|iir Magi ... ni I lu.li.lh Atd !" Salon wHi'li. away foiling tan or llonr.^ gfaag radiant fcaagar, tTMkligM I.H^ i.. aMag aggu i ihBsiUaBj . VHva HggaMljBBMl) .limnLil.. MgaMag -tin-. Ihrr |0f "l"hrn U-l a IkajatUI naggaMM I'rina l lonlyi *> a B.30 pm Bud Lou ABBOTT A CtntTEI.U MOLD TH*T (.HOST A StraTSRS St'BMARINK SiafDnnald CAREY Today Special I SO p m "THOMOI >.HIIItD>' n MTAL, a ROBIN iniiin WSSSiiL HRIUI.I IO\ (Dt.1 231) Friday. !.M. 4.45. a .3g p.m. and rontlnulng daily. 4.45 a 8.M p.m. Extra Sprrtal AttrartaaB : farrleaanpaa Ml thr Highway Ctav Llvra) "IT MIGHT BK \OV" Waanaa BROS ALONG THt I GREAT BiRBiRII, (Dial 5179) PritUr. 4.45 A 8 It p.m. and Continuing Dally It \Kll \i:i I OOUOtAS MAY( ALONG THE GREAT DIViCE,. 4 4n a %  ao p VAI.KING OX AIK .dir rd>ard> WI-TATIOX HARMOI I World. Ilr...rl|hl I t'hanipu>i.ttilp I P. %  r I ( %  II.'. k. -Aliatl HABCIANOi Asa a %  OLYMPIC To Dav IJU II Vars Bslaton WIIHam Manh.aU CASANOVA IN BURLESQUE WANT TO KI \I I RELAX • THEN SEE PICTI'RES LIKE THESE oponinf rrlda* ai a so a %  as A P.l.ti. II..ma Of a Maa.im whoa* %  HiiidS enrd oar tor Music bul' vhss* h*in wvpl for lava J Arthur Rattk Praa-nU PRELUDE TO FAME Surrms Ouy ROUT CathlMP UVIUiN I Sali.rJ.tv al I 30 p in MAN taowj OKLAHOMA af mi OLD • PAM-H TSAII BT MEN OF TWO M.ii.i.. WORLDS S,.,..n%  lARnol'B OF B>lc Porbnan MtSSINO Mrs Ptiylll. Calvrrl ri.-tln'" A IS nl nd r\M/.*.N AMD nut I