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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER II. WH Louis' Admirers Are Shedding Tears Hy limion 4 arvrr NKW YORK AMOMi SOME boxing fans and the writers for newspapers LbtN Mtmi to be fonsidenibli' tear-shi-ddina over the defeat of Joe Louis by Ezcard (the (iizzurd) Charles a fortnight ago. people should mourn the HARBOUR LOG In Carliile Bay I C Oitton. 8*h Cj. Coururilur ttth II *u • Way thy are doing about the ind staved off Un.-lc Sainui-I tor while longer. Unleta a sports writer la ex tremcly careful he can let aentl mem get him tied up all In knol In a case of thla kind where Louis the [Trent of ihr prewit generation Anally wan carted away llfci ordinary atlimnllilmill The fact la that ho got pa* t-ttar than a rwntred thoiwii< dollars. Many of our daarea friends take wnraa be-i > and wind up worse off Mad* By Jambs Louis was made by Mike Jacob., and vice veisa, and wfaan th former hiMvywelght fhamploi finally 'feclded to come out „ retirement for a pay day. lie ballyhoo of old wan going fm hln That he couldn't make II was tin fortunate but not occasion for Hood of tears. He shouldn't have coma back It the first place Those who pah $80. to watch hln will agree !• this. That was the price for nngald. setitt—130.00—on that Wadneada night for a fight that was no figh at all. The people got thin money's worth from the Mandpoin that they can always saj they taw Louis make Ida last stand But they helped also to pay hi back Income taxes when sure] some among them faced the sam> i problem. Louis Is nol the onl> citizen with Income tax problems no matter what vou have been reading Lucky He just happens to be lucky enough to square In* by ancptlnj; a punch In the nose. Tuklng u punch in the nose li his profession or business, and li %  *> huuDons that the rate of pay lot such Is consldeialih gn for following some other line of endeavour The average citizen hocks per aonal belonging* or KOCS to Jail to get even with Mr. Whiskers AM Louis had to do was belt and got belted for 45 minutes. 1 may be wrong, but it socrm to me he had an easy way out because of hln peculiar profession as a prize fighter. In anv care. I ain't weeping for him. INS rnafti AHKIVALS S a Hv fjord. I.ias fn rV TlmiM>.. (r.n N-w Witt V L*iy Joy. •• i" tram *< Lurw OrPAi It Alcoa F a wi. >.l Cap' btorgan (o* SI Vlrwa-n In Touch With Barbados Coait Station Water Polo Knockouts TOMORROW I m for th*iitM round o. Aa IMO vTaun PQIO Knockout Competition look i i the Baxbatdo Aquatic dun during a Count! Moellng of the Water Polo As ta.s will meet Sword Ish and Flying Fish have drawn their old rivals Snappei and RoiuliU) drew byes .alches will be played l.inni,,, (Thursday) afternoon il the AmialitClub I'lav bag|lU at D |i n. The Referee will be Majoi A B Foster. Million Must Rest A1.CC MANAGER SAYS PEKTH. Oct. 10 It is at present impossible to say how long Lon Mutton's Injured finger will keep him out of the game. Brigadier M. A Green, manager of the MCC team told Renter tills to-day after the Yorkshire player had seen a radiologist. The radiologist said that he wn> tislled there was no fracture and thai later u doctor would prescribe the necessary treatment Rest was essential for the present The Brigadier disclosed thai Ihc veiling was caused by n thickening of the llbrcs, and it would len.ain with Mutton all through his life When asked whether the I'nger would respond to treatment the MCC manager replied that hr never .suggested that It would not lo so but that tt was essential hat Hutton dirt not receive an* >ther blow on the finger —Heater. An;assid B Captain I lliaiai.i s It fj..irt M Oath ft 8 ft FL-" -v s sto-. as %  . HS NllfVI Al.iljIlK'.a tlnai-l*uc a %  rort DiupMr *S .1. ... IW*— Aft Alroa T. iswllwa, ft a North V.llev. S LUH, 8JI nI ..*v Sft Raban. ft S ri. KIOUITII II i. • It" H .1 %  "i I. i. Itoj. J....ttn J ll.j).. jow Ar.-wr, 1 M.iiv lx.li.1,.1 .inr| MMSaM frnm ftT VIM BNT n-Ti"'1lt Maitnialalr. DscolBd M.url RESERVOIR LOCKED OFF THK Government Hill ,.. %  voir was h>i kvtl ofl %  < tt in.,. |n more thun nine hours an > icsidentft of Ihe Ivy. Governmen. Hill and the surrounding area' < uid not get water. i urhewa Dan f-i> Kl.rab*'* Paihl I Ant< %  ftprwtt. sT KITTft MiW FOTIM i i k I Paul ,.!:-!" huaa it. n w I A 11^.*I-r., rHi.l. I .. . Mroi f fttiaflkl ir'4>ll.. Buih to. Brtr aranrj'tla MssH ; HOIIDAI) rasffar, gvwaai %  a SMI>. Ban Otamiwr* %  %  % %  . 1—i-iuir Caaado. Ini rUyi l-OOa.. Rub* anal hfaraarai | i I i t ^ Mara . A.,v,-. Bfek Edjil BUAIL__ Faprraina (irovniris. Htigli Croomna. %  lire fln-i' l-rline. Julio M Mil (in (•.. .. Marilno-. Ol£j, rnrtoul )IT nriot'i ar>a Munuvl Detgato iUM. '!...)••. pnni,,,. ,|'—ar. TttiJ„>,r n..i^. .. .• I,,,i ,.* %  i strWa MAIL NOTICES M. .1. feM B-. Lacla a* , %  %  H.n> %  n a. Prs* I I I 1 JO i> w Mall ant Ordin.rv ),->.' at lh IMh Oct ISM Malta lor t>miiiri li t '.i i •XveltK. will h rloaad M U> PtW flflk-r %  sa m iia l?th Ocl M ,11 >i a i 20'OR U DAYS FOR BEATING DUNCAN HOCK of Ihe Publu Market was yesterday fined 20/to be poid In 14 days by His Wor ship Mr. E. A. McLood. Mr. M Leod found him kuilty of haviny assaulted und beaten Oxcj Bovall. t minor, on September 11 In default of paying the fine. Rock would serve 14 days impiisonment. Pork slapped Oxey m her face Digestive Upsets The daatraaa and discomfort of flatulence, heartburn, tadigeatioii aod many tithrr %  ytiiptuuia aruuDg from hypenuMlity. can be soothed, reueredand often avoided b* takiag > doa* of Oe Will'* Antacad Powder. Hrparaddsty sia.ply means *he formation of exceaa acid in tisa Moiudi sod Da Witt's Aatacid Powder aauUalisas thia quickly and effetUTely. At the same tuac, the wellbalintad formula gives renaf evar a looa; period by probectuwj the dehia stomach DOWN FOR SESSIONS liK.JUdK WENT of Flint Hall was yesterday turned down tot i trie November sluing of ihe Court of Grand Sosioru by Police Magistrate, Mr. E. A. McLeod. Went is charged with having inflicted grevious bodily harm on Wiiltcr Green on April 29. "PUSH. WITH THE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH Wisdom H£\SO\lBLV I'll 14 IS i m lllllslHOI.il HIM. THAT VOl WI14. *rPRE(l*Tl nm BI.I ntn SIIKI:TN M X IM .. $j.ss HHt.tTING H\ THl YARD M Inch wht* ll.5 per rard BtnsrRt \ll Jl )t (, (7.| „ ch TABLE IIAMASK In WHITC 71" w 12.72 nrr ytfn TAIH.K CLOTHS S2 x 5! M.J7 nil DAMASK NAPKINS KV. > 46t. rarh KITIHIN rOH'I.LS ,7c. mrk l|IIO\lU \\ OKI SS SHOP -all day If you know the xeeret of keeping lltiwar-frasli in temi-T'itur— tliat ma a) other BBMMB ,((. you will be the cent n< of nit met i< u.. Thia ia the secret. Hhoweryturaelf witli CaaliiiH>re Hu-|ii..| Tad um Powder after your batii, ytmr Kwun. Yau II loel it ThfthliTg vesjf (.kin with satin SII.DOIIIIIIX: rt. .ling and frvrd.eiiiiig ytiu like a perfume-In.len lutv/.tvherever you are, whalcver you do. Every man will u sdored 108 for four wickets before stumps were drawn for the dose ot the Ural day's play —Keuler "-"i -a r IIIIIK • 1 .. war i ding I 1 aBN. Fun.tin l' Victor) 4 tlO't Nat U->( J |M I Nal War Bond. B*a, in. aiu T'dud Parents Fear Kidnappers 'finiii Our 0n Corrvapoittli mi PORT-OF-SI'AIN Reports of kidnapping of children in TTtntdad gn fieqtient Sevei.il pen v eacorting iheir children lo and from school, and one headleather, in a rural district staled thai this had hampered ittttldat1C< at school for the past few days. Yaalarday, while t w o little children were on their way lo ichool in Tamanu. an unknown man came out of th woods end tried to lure them hy offering Ihem sweets TlM children did not respond and tne man chased after (hem "We ran fof our lives as the 111.i' the> sai %  > They eventually reaches I of Mr. Parlaam, a proprteior lr that aren •Buss" VisiU Bryan '.Turn Out Owe Cun-p..itilrnt I PORT-OF-S PAIN Mr. Tuba I Uriah Butler, Chid Servant", and Blble-carrylng htv of the Huller Home Rule Ptfty, l-utd a visit to Mr. Victor ltry re-elevled mamiber of Ihc legislative Council and member if the Socialist Parly, al his office Id Port-of-Spain yesterday Mr. Bryan admitted having a i Interview with Mr Butler a political affairs, but refused to say ,'inythmg to the Preas It ireported lhat Mr. Butlfi hai exlended an invitation to all siieeeasful eleclion candidates t( .ittend a meeting at his office in Port-of-Spa In today. "BLUE" BABY DIES dents in Ladles' disguise — Prize awarded by applause. Guest Artiste for the N'iglit British Guiana Radio Star Miss MARGERY DEY Mjuu. for DANCING by ARNOLD MEANWKLL and his full Orchestra. Admission lo Balli m -U L BOXING BOXING AT THE YANKEE STADIUM Sensational Middleweight Championship Contest TUESDAY NIOHT 17th October. 19A0 at a.fio p.m. KID YOUWO I'AI.J-II sUUMB Ititb.d .i MHMI | M|itirri.ni Chai H.ITiUkNi rtti<; 180 W.-.1 IIHUTC 12 ROUNDS 12 Scnd-flBa'i I ... 1E1.1I HAM KU vKINO 126 126 BIX BOtNDS I Prices: Ringside &2 '0. Balcony SI 50. Cage si mi %  """ IUB Baasa •*. HAVE YOU GOT A COLD or COUGH IF SO TRY BROWNE'S CERTAIN COUGH KID HOOP PAINT For Galv. Iren er Shingle* FAINT KI-.Mnvt:* For the easy removal of old JBjsJ, WILLIAM FOGARTY LID. Announces the Arrival of • This Year's Most hxeitini; Creations In LADIES' DRESS MATERIALS CHENILLE QBOBOBTn — CJorgeuusly dusicned J4.8S prr yd. CKKPK SATIN — in an asiortmenl ol beauliful shades $228 pr yd. S1.IPPKK SATIN — I'lurally r.iii.-in.-il i hust ol disi'iimiiiaic taste — at linn's n( S3.26 per yd. and upwards. These L'xquisite Materials are Mosl Ideal for WEDPINtiS AND OTHER IMPORTANT OCCASIONS Customers are advised to call and inspect the numerous and exclusive selections of Dress Materials now on display in our Silk Department VKS LET KM. FOGAKTY LTD. DRESS YOU AND BE ASSl RED OF ALWAYS WEARING THE BEST PIIONF-: U7. 45 WILKINSON & IIAYNF.S CO., LTD. CURE TM L'nlaaa HwiM; li o^hm, ColrJs. Branchttbi. fcr, TqnL S fl S ru wi M UitMklal AaOama, C. CARI.T0N BROWNE WkoIrasvU •% Retail Draggtst ; 1X. Kothsrh St. Dial till SUMMER TIME SUITS Call In To-day and inspect our range of Tropical Suiting, Specially Selected for your comfor' in this warm weather. REASONABLY PRICED TAILORED TO 1'LEASE P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co., Ltd. TOP SCORERS IN TAILORING I "QUALITY" SHIRTS AUSTIN REED (with 2 separate collar.) at $7.50 VAN HEUSEN (collar attached) at $7.63 and 5 CONSULATE (Sports in 2 shades) at $7.03 all in stock 1 C. B. RICE & CO. BOLTON LANE •aaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMMa^asiB^aBasi



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WKDNESDAY. OCTOBER II. IK* BARBADOS ADVOC ATIPAGE THKSX $3,600 Approved For Meteorological Service In wl The Legislative Council yesterday concurred In n Resolution for 13.600 in order mat Barbados may issume it* ri.oubsibility for lha British Writ Indie-Meteorological S-rvice. The Sevrelarof State for the Coirrties has ail vised this Government that the Air Ministry is no lunger prepared to flnarce the. Meteor ologicai Service In the British Wrt Indian Colonies and then-fore us from the 1st of April IHO. the various colonies concerned should be prepared 10 %  tumc the responsibility for these services The Colonien are asked to notify their intention:* by the end of September. 1950 TBC SecrcMry of Slate lia suggested that a British West Indian Meteorological ServLco should now be established on the basis of the present service and that any future expansions should be .the subject of discussions between the colonies concerned Leg. Co. Approves $3 9 805 For Ceramist And Animal Accommodation A SUPPLEMENTARY resolution for $3,805 to provide new accommodation for stud animals at District Agricultural Stations, and new expenses of a Ceramist was concurred in by the Legislative Council yesterday. The Addendum stated that ad — ditional accommodation at District Agricultural Stations is urgently required for stud animals, whose sen-ices are now lequired more frequently by the publk and especially bv BRBM %  sj rie uitu rtm it (s therefore proposed to construct accommodation for eight additional bulls to be maintained .it those stations where demand for services is greatest Additional bulls an' becominc available from time ti time from calvea raarrd at the Central Livestock Station Next 'here arc expenses Incurred by the Ceramist in excess of the grant made under Colonml Development and Welfare Scheme H 72 during hit term of service with this Government which expired in December. 194* Lastly there is a revote of the unexpended balance ol the (fee grant made under Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme R 72. which was incl tue. l:i ,f i Approved Estimates for 1049-5<) n[agement on < %  .must. Stations Useful Mr. E J Petrle. Acting Colonial Secretary, reminder! members that the Agricultural Statin served %  very useful purno** the island. Where the Cenm was concerned, the Colon Development and Welfare Organisation had supported In* YJovernment's application. funds under the Colonial Develop, i Welfare Act. and the scheme had come to an end g| far as CD. k W. were concerned. The provision in the Resolution was merely a revote of mon?y which would have been used last year had it been brought to account In time. The amount was completely re-hnbursable from CD. W. Funds. The $41.00 was merely excess accrued ovtr the agreed amount, and it was not considered worthwhile to approach His Majesty's Government for that paltry sum. Hospital porters, are to get a change lii name. According to a Resolution approved by tho Legislative Council yesterdaygiving effect to the Civil Establishment (General) Amendment No 8 Order of 1950, Porter* will Henceforth be called Orderlies. Hospital Complaints Acting Colonial Secretary. Mr E. J. Petiie. told the Council thai Dr Holllnan in the course of his inquiry into the working ol the General Hospital had recommended to the Government the investigation of some grievances tumplaincd of by members of the sjbordinaiv staff. The Order was a result of such an Investigation. The Order changed the name "Ward Porter" to "Head Oi-Jily" -nil iho iiwnic Aa*.i*"i Head Porter to "Assistant Head Orderly." The Order then brings ward and dispensary porters under one head—orderlies—oni in addition adds ten new orderlies. In the past it was necessary ior ;i certain number of the staff to sleep in at night, and It was now desired to introduce the shift *vstem. That would be made possible by the addition of the ten new orderlies. BURIED AT SEA iPrnm Our Own Correepond*nl' PORT-OF-SPAIN. Qonrad R Murray, lute ExSuper Sergeant of the Trinidad police force, way burled at sea to-day. Barbadian born, he came to Trinidad in 1903. He resigned 30 years ago. Hi* step daught' AT I V\< Wllll I \ I Oils $*>a££ SJSSJBJ JU1S" y#*6 Early Buying For Xmas THERE *as an atmosphere of bustle at Da Costa It Co. Ltd around 11 am. yesterday. It was breakfast hour at most business places, and empluycc* took lime off to give the various "look see The Shoe Department at DaCosta's had the most customers at that time. In one section of the department a man was trying on , pair of shiny patent leather %  hoes, in another two women and little girl were chatting In Spanish at 500 words to the minute. apnii.e.r.b trying Ui decide on the -f shoes for Animal Feed Factory Shuts THE GOVERNMENT FloUj£fractory at Lancaster, where cassava and potatoes are jP*We into flour and then form a part of Balanced Animal Feed prepared from a Government formula, was working* at full blast when the Advocate visiu-d there yesterday. The last load of cassava, as earn tereattni; i seen in the psrtur*, had justlare fim put into %  machm tii I rrivccl and was being "headed") washes and skin.%  by labourers to the *f String maihen I rougM Into tli buitdlr propel god sbced i an sutomatk Machine. • ri**i-t*ting. tparklti AIW.-Srlti.-i bn*|t V qaaefc mi from lb* altar ecTacta of ."and ,.v.i induUrMK* i •))! Iri"h Keep It harxiy. ika-Seitzer Always ready to treat pc£J a cold \~ Jl A iwrl VAPIJt) i INHALER am 0 MAM04A0 OS rOCM I ^H MeeJ fee . •-! |h *•>-(* %  .„..,„„ LsssJ ••e Saaitw mkwM iZT^l *•. V4M . %  • fcr—* \ov MSfi *UlN HUNSO"'* VTD. LONDON P A 1 T !i 1 F 5 Um BROS I in. II l-nltr Ri>^ *l -IHlll.klM-h'N I \W W< \. I I. c tXTKA fine flavour The total expenditure 1949—50 on Meteorological vices was S167.1B4. and on this basis Barbados' share of th expenses of the proposed service purchase of a pair will be $3,216 per annum The. un early leenagei Secretary of State also proposes thiit a contribution of $4tt.4O0 per annum for a period of three years from the 1st of April. ISSO, should be made by the United Kingdom Government towards the establishment of the British West Indie* Meteorological Service. This grant will be divided among the Colonies concerned on the basis of contributions made: ictmhursement to Barbados will bo at the rate of $1,248 per annum for the three years Mr. E J Petrie. Acting Colonial Secretary moving concurrence in The Weather TODAY Sun Rises: 5 41 a.m. Sun Seta: 5 45 p m Moon (New) October 11 Lighting: 6pm YESTERDAY RalufaU (Codrlngtsn > 51 Ins Total for month to yesterday .llku. Temreraturr (Max.) 86.0* i Temperature %  Mir, i 71.5' F Wind Direction (9 am) SaW.ilpal S.S.F. Wind Velocity 4 miles per hoar Barometer (ft am > g.M (3 p ii< I 29 823 ih. A cluster of men wer Suiting Department. Some were ordering cloth, others were discussing among themselves the merits of this or that piece Some women were maRlng purchases of bright coloured dress materials, others were doing business at the counter where buttons. elastic, thread and such things can be had. A clerk was menuwhile assorting various colours of knit ting thread As people made their purchases and came out. more were going in and mixing with these two sets; at the entrance of the store were another set who were merely window shopping To tailors and dressmakers this time of the year is like what the Sugar Crop season is to sugar industry workers. They are already Eftting orders for Christmas and ichibitton work, and the orders will increase as this month draws to a close It will be largely a question of first come, first served, anil as happens every year, the late will certainly be disappointed the first process of Its betnjj turned goto loin, It bat bossa :!%  i %  %  -'I (or Uss factory to process esMI i potatoes at the same :ime but this year the potato.-. < nut %*' ready and so grinding em Oni.v MO tons of eTawavs Sfgra ground Into flour this year as compared with 4.,'tOO ton: ot potatoes and cassava that were ground In o peak year Interesting Process Tlie i>ioces* is simplr BS For a radiant shin '•Hi j "J ui ihc pick of the crop CHJUIEKKE I1K\M> These ceasava and potati %  i" •' • baked m lai in the factory and grou flour. The (loveinineni I -, I IVtlei.v plant it also %  Lancaster and is mak'ng flnwer pots in sizes varying frcsn tweres inches to three Inches Baqserunents ire being earned out with building blocks but it u HM SJjrt] 'o offer any comment the Resolution said it was essenlial :h,it they should get the lnf<.rmation which was given out by the S*T\'ice under discussion, and assured the Council that tho island had got oft very light), because of the method of allocation of expenses. In addition pert of their provision would be offset from CD. at W. funds. At the end of three yearn the position would be reviewed, and so they had that time to examine tuia'the*Press that ft was always, the matter at a very modest cost his desire to be buried at sea to themselves BON VOYAGE FOR BETHEL Mi Bethel, M.C.P.. Junior Member for St John, who will be leaving the island shoilly New Zealand to represent Barbados at the Empire Conference, was yesterday wished a "bon voyage" by Mr. G. 11. Adams, the Leader of the House of Assembly. at its meeting. Mr. Adams said that the conference would only last about eight days and then Mr. Bethel could enjoy some of the line scenery which is New ZcalnndV He felt perfectly sure that to illustrate the spirit and friendliness of Barbados there could hardly be a more fitting member. Thev looked forward to his coming back refreshed in more senses than one DUNLOPFORT CAR TYRES for extra performance The quuiity KttoJ Patua DELICATE us a nioonbeum ii COOL BEAUTIFUL FERGUSON FABRICS" FOR WEAR AT NIGHT. STOCKED BY LEADING STORES. EXTRA SAfFTY Distributors DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO., LTD. ECKSTEIN BROS. Bay Strert Bridgetown Ovaltine. Cheers & Energises FLY CARGO BIG OR SMALL MERCHANDISE. n.OWER8 rain !" UPAKE TARTS. MACHINERY BAOCIAOE AND noUHRHOLD EFTEfTfl NOW SW CHEAPER BWIA FOR FAST AIK-CAKM Service FOR PARTICULARS BEE IBWIA* 'Tell me doctor . < ,i • ui} ,tu. in pin help in kr-i/t'ij£ f OUIHIM hi-jl of tU-i. OH I • li > .KV arc kepi tree from the BsgtrM thatf 0UBC Kptk Jnfcvlion. To keep wniinds i the ln.illh\ Condition t it hi-.ili i J, BUI hPORNI liavc for years relied upon 'iKtiol'. I hi. nulilt-.-* des•roycr of ycim-. is nun-poisonous, gentli and safe on human MHKIUS. Viliilc ti i.t*-t u ill*: VMUIIUI, MK'itol* leaves the liviii|> lissiien undaunted to eoutinue die natural processes of safe J%ul rapid np:iir. DETTOL T>Y hvlplni lo fSSjtBg flsgaint *^veri>, Jri.m.u*0lnn' f*s1 give you th* ml to cat** o* your work chaerfullv and efhcienily. OV.UII, provideasi Isaj viiamin*. of the highn value derived frosn Nafi foods. The famoua 'Ovalihta' Faisai were eMabllshed to set ih* highaM •taodsrda of uualhy for BBS null. milk and eggt u*ed. BecauM of il* outaiandhag nutritive qualitic* 'Ovsltine' U Ideal for even mrmlwr of the BBSSSfTi of the day. A a bedtime beverage. too. It la evarywhera aknowlr-l u I *. a reliable aid to tound, natural. reatorailve sleep. nt t ghl tint hy ail Quality has made (HaitiSIC the Worlds most widely used Food Beverage



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PACE FOIT! B.YRIIADOS \!)\"I \TK WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER II. 1950 IttRRti)OS ADV'OMTK Wednesday, October II. HSU BAD ^VS M I.S THK unhap) Islands it a l I who use the word West Imii collective association ot people win. Ih the islands and mainlands of Ihr Miitish Caribbean The tumultuous passage of Lord !' %  through the ronuntk and hlttork i-lamis which bear UM drab htU>>i LMWafdft, is still within recent memory TKfrm tn tion of proj-iiy '''<*'i two fires, i ii disturbance and one hurricane caused in Antigua a short time ago is clepn heritage enough lor a m-w Governor. The destruction of houses and proOerty in AnguiUa and Barbuda by the same hurrioNM Li an BdkdltiOnal for the Kingi npreaenlatlve who ki responsible for thesi-small-1 kstiftnd no lets than for the largei Pr—Meni I St. Kitts, Antigua and Montserrat. Coming to the Leewards and I of Government in BUnlcMK-swtpt Antigua with special haste. } % %  Mr. Blackburne with commendable speed has begun a tour of the scattered dependencies and islands which comprlaa the Federation of the Leewards The splendid gesture of Baibad officer of Nigeria, whoae promotion to the dignity of Governor and Commander-lnChief of the I .rewards is fitting reward for one who has spared neither health nor personal comfort in the lonial peoples Mr. Blackburne has %  erv e d with Uon in Palestine and in Gamin. A Administrative Secretary to (he Comptroller for Development and Welfare in the West Indies he built a foundation of progress for the peoples %  >( the British Caribbean. In his recent post as Head of the Information Services .it the Colonial Office he has travelled extensively in the Far East and has, more than any single individual in the United Kingdom, been responsible for the publicising of the Colonies to the people of the United Kingdom. Mr. Blackburne is a Worthy product of the Colonial Service: son of adisUngui father: an administrator of aetti and B man of the highest integrity ami real simplicity of character. The disgraceful exhibit ion engineered last Sunday by a Labour Leader and elected member of the St. Kitts Legislative Council and an elected member of the Leewards Federal Council is not only a slur on other Labour organisations in the Caribbean, but a di^ to the whole West Indies. It is to be hoped that responsible Labour leaders and West Indian legislatures throughout the area will lose no time in expressing thefr regret at this exhibition of bad manners in an island which ought for historical reasons to be leading the way. not dragging back the progress of the West Indian peoples. agBeVeAwH % What of iMBU &&*£*Uie People? I um milking this .•SSI'HSIIIIMI !>'<'• % %  **•I IM-'I< *' il inim'iia'LW %  •ii|M>rlunl lo iiii SIIII.II l< lister is sboul itrt mean in ; %  I # HMUl. Xtt buy Hi* mini-.imousrt <' food to wntcti he Centra*! %  ru in Iran Tfce Bosses HABOTIhc workei iniber two i ''iitig "rommor. ottsu %  u-ajted %  (*cd te well %  % %  mora thin; I 11. U. < iMislilMfioii THE SECRETARY OF STATE tor the Colonies has set up a Conimis.su n S Mfc %  by Sir'John Wuddin^ton, formerly Colonial Secretary of British Guiana and Governor of Barbados from 1938 to 1941. to devise a new constitution for British GuiaDa. This is further evidence of constitutional development in the British West Indies. In Jamaica and Trinidad there have bean eonsiderable changes, in Barbados the Bushe Experiment is on trial. Proposals for widening the scope of the constitution of the Leewards and Windwards are under discussion. And now British Guiane cocj templates political! change. The terms of reference will l>c "to reVurw the franchise, the composition of the Lagta> lative and Executive Council and any other related matters in the light of the Colony's economic development, and to make recommendations". There could hardly have been a better selection for the Chaurnuuuhip ol the Commission. Sir John Waddlngton who has served in British Guiana also had the opportunity i" see the working of (he more advanced Barbados constitution at first hand. The practical knowledge should serve him in the theoretical part of the work and his knowledge of the various sections of the Guiancsc community should be helpful in deciding the interracial and minority problem arise. %  Constitutional development is said to be Successful only when the comn i which it comes reaches cultural and educational standards ahead of its present state. British Guiana aU*ondy '^is an educational qua'ification for votra and this is more than other West Indian cole claim. The task of t; n should w>: be therefore as difficult as it 1 first appear. %  ABOTNIB r nil tin ,ih\ II..' wor ken hava to so mi j living. At stfirKlanl r.iU". ofj idult workl i Uld have to work Ibf .1 i iti loal "t wheat imbei 'i minutes. In %  I %  llriliin 7: Amrriu i. I l | natl la: Swrdi-n M>1 I'.ss It n. %  If* ..(I ..no i .il I .. i • I'LOTHI-.S. A i.it oft tha peg in on* of UM I I 1,300 roubfc months' costs two .IKCS— 350 rouba %  i the hlh%  i onbbou. %  ral ten — -it roubles i i i I Their owi the lite ><• (Tour thrown ... %  %  I # KI N 11 n> %  ants hnvniK Bo i iiji ScviM.i'. thOU iMuan> denuMsaad sivhiK Up 10 nf months ot work i I roosn, which all http %  I OTNII The i > i cottage it 1 %  i i i' Tinhouses are the respmi tinomoisl hou Tin-. .in> usually in ; alumllke neatecl i %  %  %  and ballet, and %  %  . i 'iem ex Lifts WOTS ont--"iii h..ie. laiportant offlciaU live i IK* U done In small kti %  • WORK. .. eiaht-hour days week Ttw have i rortniahr If rtn-y nnSO m^nuH|a*i %  *••— 11. Uffttts %  KMlOIMK PCHl KABOTNU %  acunpnui punish* Tlit' punishment %  amptoyment, u nf %  nu.ntcr of the WOrlb lng> m i':\sioNs %  .! %  %  ol to if they have wortted r., | > ,.,i.. M mi i. U 69 and h ive a orked I i The miixiniuiii use pensioiu'i* either ba or go on working tilt i ... %  %  iwe nee, because a* tlH'f,I'. !> %  > .ll.ll ll)llK Dloyiaent In the Sovhn ; %  hneation %  %  %  i %  I IIIIII t i nave hat i i %  i lortunee in th%  nuro, u*i i i once mor %  [ot the edu< -i ri i aftef the %  %  THaTY were showine, mental farm In the thick of the Braslllan lunflc when I heard en oM ran I lai tune H 8ona ••' de plains favourite %  ong <'f %  ted Army." the Utt | him what this MU'] wet Ihel UM biu lo us tu'jit after olati nuirble-pillared %  rde Moscow^ v I had hot %  enough since workei flee lul i that eomi pad The German | . i 9 And here It out u me ovi i the hot, nun Id e jungle ait of Central Eh %  In on Playing with melancho i %  i uptb I look) II al tl i lUuatennesa. Or evon nei BovW Two wlde-apart blue i %  vnnng nt me %  mooCn pi i garlanded with a wreath ol a h plait* In Ivil, il Sovil She contemplated me with thai : %  %  Words %  %  %  %  %  i In thi U< choot. KMiOTtlll I


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\vrn\i>n\Y OCTOBER 11, iso BARHUMK ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Chelsea^ibke* GOOD WISHES Over t^Sx.A. Headquarters T ran //•. SPEAKER Members of the House of Assembly si their meeting Mffar* *THI. OLD V M < A Meadlay. npfMWrl ihe wish thai the 1 Kb Ronow Mi K N Hushartds and his wife will Thej are altering ttw •* %  •• %  '•aie Wmi to England I pleasant time while thenIn Station. The Sjieaker was In Ihe Chair Win 11 this u completed ihe """ ">c last lime before starting large laua al the .rear *f Ihe " ta-irip tor the United Kingbuilding, which was formerh ,lom "here he and his witv ..ill used as the Y.M.C.A playlWld. allend the opening ceremony of will be turned into a parking area 'he n w House of Commons nMoraHi can leave their ** r C. H. Adanu said: Now %  kl at work in th cit3 or that Y 0 *"" Honour is about to leave on a visit. Us. I would like to wish you and The Chelsea Garage Store. * ur wlie on hehalf of Ihe memwhich wan situated in the D M '* n ot ,h House, a.safe voyage Simpson building at Trafalgar and *" interesting inr in EngStu.t has already been removed limd t< Pinfold Street and \s now hous u bound to ba interesting <-cf in the section her* Scout ,tom ln historical ceremonial meetings and debate* were once P 0 "" of vww and ho P* ln oln held respects. I hope you will come The SerW Station will'be at **** refreshed as when you the front to Pinfold Street and rWurr, I rom the United Kingtheif will be two drive ways The dom on the lmsI occ,uUon hd that floor will bo concreted Office* vou Wl * *Prd "* years to will be on the second storey and pr M,d R v r ** *"""' of thi the .ash desk for gas and oil on a $153,000 MORE £2,000 FOR SEAWELL Loan Asked "SOME members of the Mouse of Assembly jri lid have bMH son 1 -' provlslon In thi %  Seawell, t. the era i| mme local labour. They hoped that in Ihe granting oi any lurther contract of a similar nature. such provision would be made. Mr. A Oder Complains The House were discussing .1 "upplementarv Resolution for $153,829 11 was passed The Resolution *KJ mant the Estimate-Part I. Capital, and is show %  < %  the Supplemerturi F I No 10 IMaV-M Dr. H. G CaausUii. gfeoead ft %  ancient Houst %  j *.Mill II,I .y.. the bottom flior. A repair shop m ur,> lnal among the will be built on whal was formSTS? fft/S 1 erly Ihe Y.M C A lawn tennis H 10 "P" n of tbc new House of field Commons, will be the justifiable The contractor It Mr. John B f 1 *" 1 of P res 'ing over un AsscmDeane bl >' ** %  * second only to one other An employee of that firm told ,n *"* British Empire ..ftth. the "Advocatevcterdav that H< J US *'. of Commons the* expect the changes" to be ". %  something in ihe Wes*. rompleted by January He said ln .if". to f proud of "' fln V %  *• %  thai it will bo mm* mew com-' 'neir existence, more esnecmlh fortohle to have garage, Service now ,' hal *• %  hoping art Station and Store under the same fU,ulrt 8" forward 111 the future roof B a sh i8'e entity | think thai we in this House should ic exT llt V M <* A lllADUlAlt. tremaJy glad to remember that TtRS is now comolttcl>ours is a long and honourable removed to Union Lodge. The parliamentary tradition. ;niaiiKemcnts made for games and 1 have no doubt Mr. Speaker other activities are working well that you will uphold the dignity and the best possible use is being of the Speakcrship of ihiKou made of all space. I wish you and your wife (fed Mr. H. H. Williams, Secretary speed and %  safe return of Ihe "V," told the Advacaie that Mr WHkhmon said Yrmr Ilonall members are anxiously looking our. I beg to associate mv-e | irith focward to the day when activities the n-maik.ot the hon. sen'or will oegin at the new headquarters mcn.ber for Si .1. %  t Wakencld". They are aUo hopWe are proud Ihal you and m; that all the trees will soon beyour wife have been naked to %  ad the ground levelled. .pre en| this House on such an U>> Went, local Bee-Man. L' at hlrloric occasion, and w. %  working on a hive which lv hoped that you and Mrs. Hus1 tad in the roof of "Wakebands will have a very interestheld." He (ftiilt a box for the bees Ing time. and is hoping that they will all We know that when you come enter their new home as soon as back you will tell us ot the Icnowlpn sa ih al edge and experience you have T .. K AMOUNT „, ta * ta-srt. w :ursJs^!j, l x X Probyn Street has increased Assembly for many many years and a new bread cart vendor has HU Honour said Gentlemen. 1 i>.'cmly taken up his position n m vcrv glnd to receive vour there. The majority of these hearty wishes which I 'eel .11. hawkers sell fruit, nutJ and sweets kn ow are Mm ere and on many occasaenl fftiajt -prove j leave this island to reptesent %  to passengers making on ,. „f ih P oldest parliaments in ihe British Empire, I am full> 'Stock farm Stock farm'" Out of order These were the cries which interspersed the passing of Ihe Hrsolutuq.aiKi Mr debate when Mr Alidcr. iL) nv F L Walcott econded ^peaklllK the House Under the Head %  t:ust. • Ml ol AalgfnbK on htaad X\ 1 de.i!W. A t'ra*rrd saM tha: when ing with fodder for use at the >ome extension work astjj i-emg Sun-k farm al ihe Prison. di.ne on Seawell some ye.r ago. Mr Allder said 1h.it many perthe result was thai there was a ons who came out of prison told considerable amount (jef money bin. of the unsuitable condition: > uvulation locally obtaining there He felt that it Now that one and a half mllWfadd be wrong to vote money hon dollars werr being spent. o for department like thai much mechanical rquipnx ,1 _. bring used, and s<> many .>( ih. That dejwrtment. he said, was highest paid cmplu.. .%  .-.. 1 , 1 a) channel lr „u, irl e.i nrorn abroad, thu ihe lipetJng with the peasants money from the Job circulated here was almost Infinitesimal, and Under Head XV11—Government the circulation made htir.ll> mj Industrial Sefaooll Or. tumalm impact on local trade. tL> said thai under the new Mr Crawford made the sug^ei.iiruiigenieuii.. the %  cftOOl leachers llon 'hat attention shouli be Of the Industnul School would %  ! ,J|1 lo 1h '' PO"'bilit> of "X" dollaiu BtJan ind -hen in "' "> contract under which the .-.riditioniil IS t ,t nlsa rO. work *->\ y •* done clauses extra dutlfg whicli would ensure that the minMr. CrawnsrdH 1 | thai what imum amoun1 of machinery wa< was necessary at the Oov"f !" and ,he n>KhTium amount eniment IflrJUftrtal School was 0 lo "' al labour—comparalle .f Pdeouately trained tencher* to !" u e "JJJ ,h '" **—*9 "' >bc 1-x.k after ihe .nsiitulion Tho „ w „\ mal%9 , ot conjUder blc tinu na Members of regret. Mr. Crawford said, thai the stafl rikOttld b> RIVWI special provision had nut len made to training to enable them in perensure that more of Ihe moncv retrn their dut'ag erTectlvaly. %  >•* %  expended on tb< I nirport was nol lieiiiR cm-uhded In lofty Mr. R. a Map* (Ll said thai vhita he iiui not ses bsw n would IKpractical lo write into an> terms or a contract, thai tin of machinery should be used. The head was then IR. 20. 21. 22 %  11 IT and i.s v..: without comment Thi with Commissioners ol I Education. Oepurtmenl Of S< enee nnrt AirricuHvire. Medic 11 l^.-tM,,,,Barbados Regiment. gt'Sea\raII,'?TTt "srST aMCtf^i p..H.e WerkrVpariment Subfmn. the questions which hi, been sldics and flmntt Miscellanea;* ^ kpii in lne Houw nd ,„, com ..nrl n.-n*h p ai nts which had been received Airport and Rousini |, y members that there were many loopholes in the contract for SIMPuii< Board re) haste to catch 'buses. -. ...... I IIIIHH.-I. I,.,l|i,iiI Mill 11. 1 one hawfcer yesterday had a conscious of the honour that h low or breadfruit extending across „>„, bestowed upon me, and I can the blond nearly lo the space „nly hove that when I go lo Knf. OTMr l, -i f '_ t r t bl,1 f 8 an d. to be truly representaiiv A *r.n (itTTt.R has been built ,, f ;) |i ( hat is honourable and best i. a. across the road at the eni n Barbados and especially this trance from Probyn Street to ncient and historic Chamber. 1 Jurduns Lane. The gutter that hope when I return to be able to was formerly at this point was tell vou of my experiences. fairly deep and water collected. This new gutter is more shallow. M ANY I'hllt.STKIANM % %  now ureuniiiined to the Crossing LanoJ 111 llroad Street but they are sit ill a few who are nttJ gf too lazy to walk to a crossing lane or intend to break this rule. The Advocate representative stood ii at one point yesterday and noticed that over 2(1 people crossed the road Just a lew yard away from Animals Must Stop Crossing Seawell Airimrt well. These would teach the House and Government a lesson he said One of the loopholes in the present contract was that which allowed the Arm doing the \i.ik at Seawell to bring to ihe Island over forty Trinidad workmen or technicians without m.ik'iv sure as to whether or not such employees could In* obtained here. Trinidad was the very colony which had recently put | restriction on workerenlei Tig there to compete with labour in that colony They could only hope that in future there would be no oppor-. . tunllv lor a repetition of lha malMr. Crarttini wanted u> kno* ,._ raim ilained of The .ninexed Ruinates dealing with the Post Offlee %  %  thout loinment I the resolution was put lo the vote, on ihe motion of Mi Crawford. Head XXIII. Meilical Departments—was rci mtntl ted Mr. Crawford said that under 1 BWCfel [• F the paying of exienses of sending 1 Itnai 11 Hospital to ii ildad and En tha ntalntskoanoB wul treatmant in s 1 there The nurs" hud contracted ;i SSjg i OU a dilfWI I execution of her duties at the %  .,. %  .,. %  ., i;. %  % %  .1 Hi.'-iu'-.t • the nnr." would -'ill l>e draw Mil snla I>I Cummlng lane within ten minsocks to pr pie from v The House ol Assembly yesterla.v passed a Bin to provide the management, control ami supervision of Seawell Airport It •vent animals and poopi-VDE SANUIFORD of BIbby X!ly. """'"' """" hC ""' VJ Gap, Halls Road, reported Mr. K L Walcott (L| who lhat $53 In cash was stolen from moved the passing of the bill said his home on Monday. Leotta tl w 5 dangerous lor n I Springer of Fruitful Hill. St. Josanimals to walk across the runeph, told the Police that a sum of waj '* nd lh v wllc ^ylbg to erase money was removed from her ,he *" er bcfo,c "rt>thing haphome over the week-end. P"g Briinc .. i,1 %  Mr Crawford Mid thai thi Illness would take s'>me tmi" Id in,> %  .1 again, and he did not think Ihe she would be 1 tho full length iu Drtrl that the nurse shoul be given her full salary during %  11 ;.t the hospital ami also during the icriod of OOftvalM cence He said thai tiiat should hold good for any similar can Tho resolution was then passed. Sea Island Cotton Bill Passed A Mill making provision fur A SHOrV will be given by Uv> Mobile Cinema at Admiralty Pasture St. Philip ul 8 o'clock tonight for the benefit of the residents of Six Hoads area. M ESSRS BARNES Co's building a-. Bridge Street was recently painted In a coat ol white. This showed up beaucred with tifully yesterday against a backi-bestos. The contractor was Mr ground of thick dark clouds. r Skinner Formerly this building could B RIIMiFTOWN was extremely not be seen from Broad Street hot vefderda* morning The but since the road was widened temperature read over M degree* at the corner of Bridge Street, it Fahrenheit in the shade, bv* can be seen from a dW hortly bafora RIM day th'ek f\V THE EfflHT rralBc offenceciourfs blotted out ihr* sim's Bgyi KJ m irflad on fna Police Repert 1 Loud peals, of thunder could l* y*tirday. six rao-.ori'.lwenbeard and (be dav uecame very reported for exceeding the speed >rk Many offices in the cRy had to resort ta electric llgh' 1 After mid day the temperature dropped by iVs-o degre n BOM nf'cr. Intermitient shower', fell ,.n these continued for the better part of rtie day. In St Thomas rain poured from about 11 ,g.m evening There was noe charge for nol Mapping at n Major Road end another for driving without due < -re and attention. T HE POLICE BAND, under Copt. C E. Ralson. will piay fcr a Charily Concert a: until late in ihe 8 o'clock tonight at St. Clement's Boys' School. St Lucy. ...iportallon Into this island Second, by the provision 01 • <i : 11 m Mohl'e Cinema. Admiralty I-..-IUI. SI. Philip, si 7.St p m Police Band Concert St Clement | Bo>' Si ho.il Pasture. fJS i.urv I M For Burial Grounds Th,Legislative Council met at z p.m yesterday The followio; message, from His Excellent t'c Governor were re t'C Co*mcil — ition 01 Rcpresenlatlvt* from Barbadm to the Fourth Session of the Wast Conference to be held h Curacao Expression of appreciation by the (.nvcinmrnl of Ann u.i Tor the coniribuimn from iiarbados towards the relW of the suffering caused '>. the recent hurricane in Antisua Invilauon to the Senior Mem>i Presiding of the legislative Council t.t attend live opening .eremony of (he new Trimdad Legislative Council TtM Ifon'hle ihe Acting Colonial ^Secretary laid the lollowin K documents: — ll", iimeiils RcjKirt of ihe ComrfUassonai the Department of the Archi lect and Town Planimui Officer. H port of the Harbour an I Shipping Detriment for •'. • year 10g Statement showing Gross Cut. toms and Excise Receipts R lour months ende I 31st Juh, 19M. Borbadoa nine n^ok 1940-47 Hon-bla c, n Evelyn presentei petJUon ti-mi the Vestry of lhparish Of Chnsi Church prajkil f r permisaiiHi ra n„. Vmb | raise a loan of £l.50 to enal.le IEH Etonltorj Commissioners ..f thai parlgti 1.. puroha* col lector lhMi'ble V C Gale |Wesente.l I puUttan Hon. the Vesrrv of ,hI'.iM.-h of St Joseph asking f.parnUBBjion to raise a loan not exceeding£2.000 i„ enclose thburial grounds of the parisa church and St. Ann's Church 1:1 Ihal parish Hon'ble A. G. Olttoni present ,, .. iK'lltion from the VeMi. ,>f th I'arish of Christ Church prayini; i>ennivsion for the Highwuv t cimmissloners of that |>nrisri to pay gratuity to two „r their srnplopgaa, 1 i.ivelhn:: AlUiuance Hi.u'l.le A G Gitteiis. present "'d another petition from th ve 11. ,r ihnst chum, pmyln permission In pay triive! 10 the lusiwctor fl Mi.Hran The Council passed reso'udoii for the sum f.f $4,200 lo supplmenl the Estimates 1060-51, par. I Current, a. shown in Ihe Sup•fttari Ksiimates IMO—.ii No 23. which form the Schedulto th s Resolution to approve .Ii Order entitled -The Civil Estaii lishment (General) (Amemlinin: No. 8 Order, 1950 rnadg Gnvernor-in-Executive Conimii tee 011 tlie 24th day of Augu<*. 1950. under the provisions of Se lion 3 of the Civil EstabUshmen' Acl. 1949: for the sum of g3.gu. lo supplement tlie Estimate* IMOSI. Part II, Capital, as shown In the Supplementary Estimate 1950-M No 20. which form Ihe Schedu'c to this ResoluUon fn the Mini uf 13.000 to supplement the Estimates 1950—51 par'. 1 > 1 'lit. as shown in the Suppirn.cnlary Estimates 1950-01, No II, *h|rh form the Schedule to this Resolution Ann eslhet 1st Crther resolutions passed wer. those to authorise the Government lo enter into an agreement wllh a person to serve In the Barbados General Hospital in the office of Anaesthetist: to flx, with %  tract from the 1st October, 1950 UM -oi mail po-tago on letterpostcards and niih-tter forms addressed lo any di-'uialion et ou*. 111 column on < tl House of Assembly in a slmila' The message stated that lh Government of Trinidad wou' he pleased to pay all hotel e* psjBgBSj but regrelted lhat '1 could not meet the cost ef pBfgajgJM Sunpternantary Estimate* meet the cost of the latter *im tie submitted to the Kegislatui-' the oMBSfesSjl suited Wild Cotton Spoils Market Native wild cotton is the ordm ary Barbados cotton of man. years ago. II has a staple of onh 5/8 of an inch long and is of lit', value. Mi A de 1 Inn is*. Man aging Director of the UartKidi Co-operative Cotton Factory Ltd tolii the Advocate" yesterday. A bill to provide for the eradication of this native wild cotton was passed yesieniay by thHouse of Asaernbly with gn aiueudmeni made bj tin* Lagdfni live t'ouncil Mi Inniss said that if this Wild cotton gets mixed with Ihe supei One sea island cotton linl which has a staple of 2H Inches, everitiling points to the fuel thai whan it .ii lives in Kngland and it 1 found that our sea island cotton ll naiad wftli this lifdlffattoisi stuff, it may IMrejected In the past, under the present Act, this cotton could only be rontrotJad dialing the closed season of two months. An amendment ta tlie Act however provides that the Director of Agriculture and his staff will have the power to desIro\ ii ; it any time and whercveit ll found. The native wild cotton is used for the tlifting or cushions whereas ihe MM island cotton is used foi making some of the finest IJIKNIS ( ,M.tuced in Ihe WOtid At present, an offer of 5a a pound lint has been made for Ihe 1951 crop BYFJORD" BRINGS FLOUR Bom :i.S78 bags of flour ai rived in the island from New York yesterdaj bj the ss IM lord The •hipmenl was consigned to Messrs. Hoheit Thorn Lid and Messrs, i)a Costa & Co. LM Tha "Byfjord" also brought 470 sacks or outs and supplies of bran, pickled po.k. foodstuffs and .loth ing. It sailed IHSI nitfhl for St Vin cent A cargo of coroaiiuts, plantains fresn fruit, charcoal and coconu' oil arrived from St Lucia yesterday by ihe motor vessel "I-ad* Joy." Also arriving was the "Gardenia W" whuh brought from Trinidac supplies of tlbre. fresli fruit ano other general cargo. MESSRS. A S 1IRV1>I:N x SONS BARBADOS). LTD., PO BOX 403BRIDGETOWN, H\RHADOS SHOES SMART STYLES in BLACK BOX CALF AND VICI KID BROWN CALF (Brofuet and Oxford.! OUR WIDE RANGE OF SIZES AND FITTINGS ENSURES A PERFECT FIT. ASK Foa "K" SHOES They Last Longer. Look Better. AND Give Greater Foot Comfort HARRISONS LOCAL DISIIIUIO5 .o.d Si 'el 2664 ^V.V,V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.'.-.W>-.-,W'.V//AVAV Fully Kii-hiiinrd lu:.li Iwisl Nvlcm ItwklBfl rim-Iully rxuiiiini'd itnd NlM lo conform lo rorri'ct Morli'> EACH }L.L1 CAVE SHEPHERD Co., Ltd. 10, II, 12. & 13 Broad Street V.VAV.V.V.V.V.V. PURINA I II O WS For Poultry anil MAwnlock "Sfi THE DIFFERENCE PUdlNA MAKES' %  a %  w* aoooooooc> c ssoocsos>os>oo 1 A RUBBER FLOOR COVERING In 4 BEAUTirUL PATTERNS „ 3 FXET WIDE $3 32 Yd SUITABLE FOR BATHROOM. PASSAGE Or MOTOR CAR MATS Etc CALL AND SECVRt YOVRS EARLY T.HERBERT Ltd. Ir.Jurporati! 1 Moll Roebuck Street **Xi8>fc'X>**W>V0* W///.W/**'/AWA'//-V-V'.v; %  '<..'/.W/^ r Vtritiq fint, on, S, 'KEPLER*/ dK ; "On UM it"" all day and g [ n sssgadag rUMraa n^rd acfti j l.ir ill-in K'|ilf-r and r> l % %  I gala vrit'lil —il 1lull ihrir grosrlagj basiiM Bead. I : I' !•! I k.,.l... • K K I* I. E it *... I (00 IIVM OH WITH Mill laiasci Id I ^ A BURROUGHS WELLCOME A CO SM AfM ff U>%,4,. ts^S OVASI-AIC WELDING EQUIPMENT AJVD EIKTRODES. HAMSII 1INNKI1 HAMN 1 Kiln ml) DANDI riNNKI> HAMH 1: Klin rarh DAM1M IVOU lAVSAOn Vrr lia l)AN|->|| i HK'KF.N RROTII frr tin DANISH t'HKKSK WAFIKS l>r pki KIJM %  Ih. Un< KI I>1 I Hi tins SPARKLING 111 11 Bt'RGI'ANDV Small bol. DRV MOVOI'llll rilAMFAGNK Hm^ll n>t DRV MuMH'OI I (IHMI'W.M Larsr !.( tt.U $4.10 33 S4 34 !I4 $? 40 *3 If , mi Your enqulftoi fot WEL01NO PI-ANTS ami equipment five piompt attention from our experiencad Stan*. All types ol Ferrous and Non-Feirous ELECTKODKS available ex stock. IIKITISH OXYGEN" WELDING AND CUTTING EQUIPMENT Wg LnvlU you to inspect our stock of standard items. Special enquiries will receive our immediate advice and attention. MAIM.ISS STEEL FABRICATIONS—'FIRTH BROWN" WR have now in stock STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS and are fullv equipped to handle fabrications to your : acid resisting steel. % STA.XSFKLB S0'OTW' A fo.. /-**##. J Th* it Mitt MHfS tOIXUHY Tt*i. •\ White l.ik Road. St. Mtrharl Dial: 4546 (a MM ?



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PACI SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1M HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE WALT DISC -(, -VC.\V. <*** rti" 1 OUT 0= *iO\J,KKZ> FUL '-E. T£::z 3-E *\5^ CEXLLV is' ( fuEASE CO.T! 'A LITTLS CAMPAIGN TESA-^SS I MAP MAPS VU l r / %  T^.irmiJ KSP^— (US? A>OSMINfl! wEB ,4 I**,***** vice A quick rub with u sprinkle of Vim on a damp clolh—and surfaces arc bright and shining. Vim gets rid of grease so quickly and „M)IE BY CHIC YOUN_G T r WTT E£ BE CAREFUL ~. 2Sr VIM 1-.-^l .UVit^ cleans everything smoothly and speedily THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MCMANUS Met. eta A %  • TSfcC' I TM* "*WCI F "-' STAV8D : -tsiow 1 BE PLE*J6D L IT ClN OkC -P I DON r *.T TOCO A*JVOHK fclP KIRBY ALEX RAYMOND •vmTA X AU...ALLAHITO#MT 3*RL*M3 \ev THi FLLL CON, _^-—' SAIL9QST1 I *VE 6Aii_'MJBS ^mrin COUNT? %  LOODCUCKBtSl L 1 ITISTM |N ABOUT 1MSS. II MJ6TS •o eiMx-rs THSM_ (NSrSTsNTl 'PHLIU good look' tell you they refill r, -'it. You know, loo, when you look at the price tag, that you can't Bet finer value, llluvtrated in a Tan Oxford hoe for Bays and Youth. Tied to every pair i the .lolm \\ liile liiiarau. tee Shield—the -igu v. hi. h IIM-.UIput right I 1 >>i,L for it in leading -tor,-in llarhado*. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right IP ncuei AW ox MOWUX AAY QARL-N36... COV€ BUSINESS AgCjT THE ; gf-, MIDOIN5.,, X OE*\ASO MY A36NTL****,! M mTiBVTl IN ON "lFTY TWOUfcANO/WBOC I SMALL AAARRY THf CH LIRAl^. < AAAtHiCAN ueRBMl *OuLD 1^^ *"• V^ITN NDU D*AL WITH A THE PHANTOM \ m: BY LEE 3 oEllEVETHt '-.(ICVHtMINP unumactiun \\JHEMONEVTHEM A WEEK 460. Oil CCN'r NOwTHEVVEGOTIOulN BELIEVE TWMIUION RANK* y\TMEYK DEAD. WE YE SOTVUi/NAP-rafBEHUB' TO STACT / ) ITfe IMPOSSIBLE TO UNP THEM TH JUWU, l< FULL OF N6CATS FALK & RAY vouU MtVteSEE ] MOORES lOOKINfr FOR THEM. WM. FOGARTY LTD. TAILORING DEPT. SILVER ANNIVERSARY YEAR r and \2!!"2l' *"""' •"'•'""" W value-wu* shoppers, oraJflaJor Jr p r cu1 "' %  bou Cu 'S "" e "d Hni.1. Make IWpernul nhmlon now. from unon, the Eilmiiin ;r! S,': ... > l l.l.KNS. WOItSTED. Tltul'ILAl. SUITINGS STOHT4 TL 5^ri K "' F 'AN '"!LS. SBOW. HARRIS ANU r *'"'!* T\\ EKDS. now mi dlaolav in nur WIV11 I Fwt OEPABTMKXT. atuplav In our WOOLLENS ••GIVE A THOUGHT TO QUALITY* SHOP AT FOGARTY'S OrrhTl thai HI..' feeling of warmth and comfort you get on chcM .im1 bock when you nib on plrattnt VapoRub. Il work* miUtm Itkr J ptxiltic*, "drawing ouc" Jihy :ighti" At iht umc clmt %  • nft'll"" t hot soothing medicinal vapours released by VapoRub! They work insiJt tluitmatcd air-paisages, and cleat siufly nose, case sore lhro.ii. c.ilm coughing This %  .iiMjf-outs.de'" action continues for houtsdurlnf sleep Lsually, by morning, the worst of the cold Is over. Tkttti a SLSCO Paint (at wetu put pa'a . SISSONS BROTHERS fc COMPANY, LTD olM'O PAINTS—StuckM by T HarlM'it l.tU P1>ntIU>it< LW ( % %  ,v < . 11 lido. Co-orwrativ* Cutwti Paciory, N II Ht.wrll. a W HuUlaioon it C. Ltd T J SM!V. CottMil 1'vjndi -. U Watkm* Co C %  Ptrt C" I.'d Mannlnc A Co Ltd. and 11£*rtoa4oa Hird>* Co lid USED TO DREAD WORK UNTIL•' H L.st MM Palm M hit A nui No wonder tfale man dreedet x jirut tci work, for rbeumatta pal as Is his arms made It torture to use them. Tel to-day ha fsela fitter u.an eisr ati 1 work U a pleeeure. as he tails ID his latter l •*I had beea snfTerlBf from rheumatism vary badly and bed auch pains In my arms I scarcely knew how to use them Than I was told to try Kruschan Salts. and after ualng one bottle I found relief. So. of oourse, I have kept on with It. em BOW thoroughly battsr end have never fait so fit for years. I used to feel mlnerable and aluttittsh. but now It is a pleasure to work instead ofadread."—B.& The pains end -utffneee of rheumatism are usually caused by deposits of eKceas uric acid In the muscles and Joints. Kruachen stimulates the kidneys and other intestinal organs to regular healthy action so that all the excess uric acid Is ei pel led through the natural channels. When that goes, aches and pains go too. Freshness and vigour are restored If yon are troubled with rheumatism, give Kr i '-h'-n a trial yourself. You can g*t it from all Chemists and Stores. yi->'^v>v',v*,*> OH! MOTHKt And She Applies SACROOL Beeause Sacroal Conquers PAD. Oa gala at KNIGHTS DRUG STORES



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WEDNESDAY, OOTOnFR II, 1930 IIARRUiOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. ''^ 1 SALF c * !" *" TELEPHONE 2S08 RhAL KSTATt THANKS %  %  who aem io an II 10 :-> I .,!! --d 1-Cie.V. %  Mdiv I fore Runnel idaugnin 1 A H %  U B A P-B4BS flee.. IN Ml AlOKIAM .,.. .., v. KI NCa OWES %  %  •' Ms> '" i-e nurnheei %  %  IMS %  ...i ..id ii.ir Whj" i'n. alway* cunlcni %  rou SAU Al'TOMOTIVF CAJ a w HP* i I M %  M i" P I CAR—Fold Prelect IMf. |oul UUan ownee ica-inf bland No ! %  --rutile offer refuted ADDly Cap* %  J Pim 4 ID SO—T r N MECHANICAL On. hand operate,! BACON SIJrlNC. MACHINE Apply B V. Broil A C< Ltd Whll-MU IJ I W II ELECTRICAL live Cub foo G B C Ret • Nv. SSI* o*nn moving la non BmC. Ward. Ii> *' Michael %  .... MISCELLANEOUS ANTIUUEB Of MM dccrtpf. MM, old J0g Royal Yaehl Club a t.M—i. MIX rrit Cold. Try %  Noel Roach %  uauri oooon Par InSBsasa, cougha. Itucktoyi con." d. Son*. Spcighialown For thai bright M IliaToolh PMt 1 KK1CH1 ma and l li' MB <"• %  ii SB may OF taken I, wi'h thin ,,,... F >. ., KN.I.II II 10 M 3n URH WILKINs(HArKril' rmURTMAR DTTORA • -S. TOYS. f"r '< Aominl liai.iar Plea** hup Ihr "If ,L* by making -out ChrminUMM Jn Owing %  TtrM*4 Jeweller. Bolton I*ne ii io BO-IB I >n Lane %  10. SO-an | -A re*. and d-eilmg MM aland. ng on t acre* of land al Kntari'lae. he above vi-tioned rnwiifi ; i. .."..i. i. :• Si .-I f i ..i w I.,-.,, I b Mil I U>.B>NOffBI i tin i \i-M iti si n n The Parochial Treeaurer I ..need on TI.UIMJ*.. Itlh O MaiBBl >; %  OOBBIN farochial Traki n er cd K.nMr-alon N. Rind rontabelle HM lloua* con ..*d Gallery. 1 DrawlM and Uinind Nuoaa. 1 Bedroom*, Kite*a—Ha. -oilot mul BoUt CJaa M ol Urnl There arc aovoral Coconut and Bl I aM in :iic ynrd alao a Uari al Mil %  to IB. NOTICI Tilt Tea-Moom and LU >priiiiis cot MondU IkUi M ( %  Snort o( cakta and pre—r>e. i ukM to aend m Ihetr fioid on Iht morning of lb Mih 10 I* S-dn n bv bolt. Mil.-. %  %  %  NOTICE : r.u.r .,lr-i BKa" Prida>. IJth iVWi am. lo • 3d p m < i lny. Alao a vary flood aaMvUun ad UMI.II ui %  I lu I Uirv % %  i M i ii>i.|(h Apply %  ii H NOTICE 1 I Oi '. 1....). %  n lOth OrloBor . %  11 .,..1 u W 0 (MODBM %  .III. MiKtTBCKHVr II I • %  %  . 11 bodi HiVBtili' QuarWri I %  ett Situated In own imuiiii KonlaaTTal. 10.10 M-dn b %  i ii* tow ItW Daa* QUEENS COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATrONS 1950 1 The .Britraiwra Eu aaMala:.ui bo clOMd on the lOi *• t> law, 1W0 No .p^. ,-.ii. HI. • .i .it., mi. date College ... Q..e-. %  nn.-we -, CattOM *i at Quon M Si ai ItaO, V monUl. froan %  MitKoMa •ss —I I. T.-l. '-.'THAI .KXANOK A i Venti i I The SCHOOL lor an ... %  on Pri.lay. Nov IMI> i.iiuiidairho were 10 >eaia oi ag Jui> il.i IBM. and n. Sat lllti. al ih am linger t 7 Paronia and Gua i .... hi.l their dii'K-' i.. >i i i • and navo not In applii .i -,. able Theeo Ii" I irtuined I I %  %  %  hool th. 0M her age. oaoa .. Ti-t Um „l lomn will be piiblxried In Ihli BM I, i will be Dee NOTICE %  %  rtlrkBwi ni i" %  M. lor one oi TV Eihih.Uoiii. |aag M the Girl.' Foundation School Applicant* moM be di.*h:erH IgMangd rh Rood. *BUI alx monthi C.l-IKI-M-. .. fl HU '>' IBBBI • % %  %  from my offlci % %  %  Hggoji i dallon Scbt-i I I %  • muat ' Clerk oi •! Chrl i I %  mfmm : Club l Aiv> T 10 90 4n I %  NOTICE Application, tor ono or moro ratanl SI. Miiliaei'a VeaUr Bxhlbmona al the •t. Michael'* GUla' Sch.->1. -ill be revived by Iho Clk of Uve Veilry UP o 4 o'clock p m on Fitda> IJth '.'• '..*or ifdO Candidatea mual bo Iba daughler. 01 pamhlowre in .tiaiionod elrcum.v-nc. I r.,t maK nol be !ea> than r.ghl ••• >on-ota than Iwalvo III) yaan of agM an iba 11*1 July. IMI, lo bo piovcd oy I Vrlirtiate which mual iccom% %  AJsacnBi*—,..— fed ol ihe time whan and Iho ptl M heie Ihe Coamlnallon will bo he.il Fmtin ol apotlcauon ran fioni iho Voatrf Clerk'* OflVce liv ORDFJI E. C. HtDUAN Clerk, Bt Ulcli • L 10 SO7.. The under, anr.1 will let up %  il ih.ir Ortice. No II High Blieel. on Friday Ihe 13th day ol October, al a B.m. The Meaauoge or n*ellmghou*e atanding on I,IT) xjnare icrt of land al Upper Roebuck Blreet. above iho Moraviai. Chapel. on applicallon to Mr Branch, al Ihe Jmner> Shop opposite, Sunday. iri nilara arul ronditiona of nale a p.. COTTUI CATI-CRD A CO .1 NOTICI' r;iuinai liUDLCY MUOHJC NOTICr I" IIKBErlY OIVEN Uial Gland Discovery Restores Youth In 24 Hours SuRerer* from loea ol vigour, netrowenraa. weak body. Impure llo-.l, failing: memory, and who are "I.l and worn-oat before (heir Uii'. will he i|. lighted lo laara ol a n-w (land dlacovery l. an America* Uoctor it If iia •Japavar) %  MM 11 i-.' H quickly and eaally realore vigour to lour glanda nr,.1 hody. to build, rn h. pur* blec-l. lo *ir*rigtlirn jour mli.d and memory and f*el Ilk. a aow run in only I da>* In fact, tbla dlacov.ry which i* a home medicine in plea Kant %  uny-lo-take inMil form, does balM %  >...ue and energy M I* keura. PoTll la aher.lut.ly harmUaa aad natural it. GOVERNMENT NOTICE SAI.l l ( RAH, MAOIINERY ET< AT ll 1 IKK KVARH BKRMl'DA Fullow IIIK the decision lo clow H.M Dockyard in Rcrmudu, B immbr. of \itsls, including tugs, tenders, barges and other ntiareUkiu-uus small boats .and u conaiderBble amount o( machinery and i-guipiiH-nt rv to be sold In Bermuda. Purchase will be on a tender basis. It U considered that thevessel* md mu.hu;.|* .,<. .ni.ible BTB too numerous and varied Jo awll In Bermuda alone 3. This floBtlng stock hi lifted m a schedule %  rhkft Is .. to inttTCwied persons for perusal .it Ihe Colonial Secrctiiry's Office. i BafswdH 7 10.50—L*n SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. %  AaUNCJ (BOM AMfTRBDAM BOrriBDAM AND .v,mi. He-"Ii. Sepl 1h Jtth *>. led S4U.INU FBOM AMSTIBDASI B POYBB s "Bonaire" September lath %  All l\<> 1(1 l-l'IMIl l'",\"l in. lilUIIAM. TC n. • "llel-na Sept Hit I Bonaire" Oct Srd HI -i. II. MADKIBA, >H"i in. ANTWSMF ANB AMSISBKAM ... "Willematad*• & IBUi m %  -Oranlealad" Oct Hlh BVBwBBtdJ "n ihi. vooaoli g P MtslON. SON B CO. Li. BsM 'I' M V Ca-Uibee Fin Dominica Antigua SI Km. Nevia an-> Uonlieii.l Bailing on Ihe B>H> Orti.bei 1BN M V lhri.iv.i i.i HI Vm B W I. Sehm ABBB. duel lcl No. 4M7 HAitKISON LINE OUTWARD I 10M THE UNITED KINGDOM s s s s 6 S B S s s Vassal "GEOLOGIST" %  UXJYDCREST" "OUEGON STAH • BEPrORP F.AH1." •SETTI.ER" Prom Liverpool London Liverpool IxiKlon Liverpool it Glasgow LeaTea 30th Sept 10th Ort 20th Ot 25th Oct Due ll.irl-.il" 14t)> IVI 27th Oct. !lh Nov. 10th Nov. ss 28th Oct 11th Nn HOMEWARD FOI THE UNITED KINGDOM Vessel For Otosoi In Bsrbndoi MOONCHEST" Umdon 10th October For furttier informatloi apply to— DA COSTA A CO., LTD.—AenU li 'l M i fflli l j Canadian National Steamships *>£A10VfD WI1H CAM -(it IBBOCND CANADIAN CHAIJXN LADY RODNEY ANA1MA.N CRUISMI I^VItY MI.--A ii Beet>0 stpi IS Jet IS Oci U Oet. II OM i oet. n o*tss en 1 Nov. T No. I No*. IB Nov. 14 N< UKIBBOCND IADY RODRaTT I^DV NTI.KON N B Subled 1 .—^.. juad wlih c GAB DINER ALSTIN A CO.. LTD. Ae.. Kemoval. i' %  ' %  %  1SU Ireely gl.i aelhrn II. ill!..I V. Tab* I BARBADOS t tin i CCAC-I late ol Heniy'a Lane In Ihe p*ri-h ol flamt Michael Ip Ihl* I .land who died on the loth day ol April IBM, their claim* duly alteated to the under | Mcaara llavnc* A GrlfPth. Ha on or before the 90th day ol November IW0 ofter whkh date 1 wi..n pr.Kc.t n. W %  f'l'fea Ht gunranu* prvte. di-dlbulo the aaseta of the deceaeed / %  ** „ ,J ing the. paruaa oouiled th.reto having I*eifors*_ Hanheect BSMT VHslily miilng: dlarncrrv ..I BreBl In Anerbuted by all • re undr a fluaramee ofcomplele -.-.ll-f.ictli.n or mStia* bark In ether V Iibt mini .1..-" you (e.1 full of vigour and energy and liom IB lo N yeara fi-Tabs FURNITURE BMHSB %  regard i th. Se llabl 1 lo .uch rlain I had i 1 1 wll %  i I OB YOlrB i-. %  i l: i v, MIDI — CONSULT ANIFRKW II snirrARi) Hrpievenlinc i ..alrdeiati... Ml* AMorlallaa . 11 AKaLSTltONG I.TII. I hlLKitrV >n V lAKllAOO.-Tel. SBta aaaau or dlalribnted to any peraon af debt or claim I %  hall nol then have And all prruim indebted e-tate are rrque-bd lo aettle tholr m debledneaa without delay. Dated tin* ftlh (lav of September. IBM i ajtcST in HKsroxiJ MARSHALL Guallfled Admlnl-lralor of Ihe E.lale Glllord Dudley Moore, deceaeed 4* 10 .,1 ol WANTED in i r mm ....apply in wriilng lo it 4 Co IJd Do not acna iritrlnii mltmonlal* unlna uh-ei|uent > -, (J (;.\| VANl/.FD COHRUOATKD SHEETS Prime nualltv 1 U S3 II l n an n H w per ahect Obtainable from HARRISON'S HAIIDW ArbT. %  till BENT APARTMENT Al Coral Sanda WorUiing, one full* furtilatied apartment. 5 bedroom*, ailver and linen or further particular. Dial SIJ4 Alma laahley 10.10.50 l t ti HOUSE LASACETA Rrighlon. On Sea groat 1st Oct 1SS0 S*0 Oo per t\s A TUDOR Ltd Hoeburk i 10. IS.SO—an lll^TlltllJ-l flillV furnlw>ed. from Docerr V D Herbert Coroobe*. WARYVHJJt." Ulaek nig. dining. Htllng. 3 Appry im> -. %  BfllS WtNBLOW-Cattle Waah. I -nlh ol November I T Oooding. Birong II Don. 81. Thoma* I.OSI VYATm I. Ladlea G( .th eipanding Gold nan. crack • Oct. Beiween R.^1 Iravea and Bhdvop a Finder will be suitably re lellimlnri same la Ad' BBS PERSONAL The pobllc are hereby warned again*' living: crrdl' to m> Wife Ol*. I ASH8Y 'nee Yearwood. airl do nol hold mv-elf re.pon.ihie lor her or anyTiira.iu>s an/ debt or detola %  %  %  Igned by me Blgi.e.1 SAM1-FJ A SUM. 14 1I Bridgetown. Barbado* TliF pul .-.:'.' i IIDlSSB b* a written gOafaVOI %¡ Ki •I..,).., lti..iBt. MWhad %  The public are Kan to my *ll. : Dvpeii.i hold myaelf reaponalble lor hei i.iiHracting i i my I I" I l.v I Itch Germs Killed in 7 Minutes Tour akin I %  .** nearly ,-Jl million tiny sema 1 i le and rlMe Itching, era Huminc. Am Scd MARTIN I MIIHar. Koad Ru.h llali II 10 SO—in lenuy nn um u A0CKSSORIF.S A Wlllr r. ,;: nf r. ,11. % %  •--• Quality ELBCTBICAL UIKIM. ACCBSSOBIES at Rcaooniinlp I'riccn liicliid.il in ihi' TI.MSY BANGS ABB WIKINC ( 1,11'S CEILING ROSES jr.NCTION BOXFS f*.r B tf b b ar and l.i-ad CoviTi-d Cabl* and a wide Variety of SWITCHES MH'KKT-UUTLETS 1*1.1.1. FU8HBS, ETC. Wrile f..r PttaSl and Kxporl Trrms S 0 BOUJKER LTD 19—21, Warstone Lane, Birmingham, England. fit. f.lK. IIIAXSAII AMMM I SS "GAS. (" ,N'F." as the 15th. French Line Sailing to TRINIDAD Sc|>tembcr. 1B50 FARE $25,00 D W.I. Cy. ASCOGNK Siillink to MartiiiKiur, Guadaloupe PLYMOUTH and \£ HAVRE on the 2UI September. 195U For further pnitkulars. apply lo:-R. M. JONES 8. CO.. LTD.-Agenls. CHECK UP ON THESE AND ORDER. Apricots— Pears— Angostura Bl'.lers%  Royal Baking Powdei '..iK Fi.iin lliscuils —lica I* Perin Sou. r Heel H..>t In.' lloffl.it Beef—Rtdgway Coffee CurrnnU— Da I ton's Essence Jish Cukes Mux Chi-winK Gurn--Tinned Hams--2 11, B lb Orange Juu-e Grape Fruit Julie I'Upple Juice Orange 4 ,.r?, pe X 1 11 Ji !" %  Tomato Juice Jelly (Yv.i,,ls Nutnti.. Milk -Oviilthic Olive Oil in Tins M/,i.Mt>-e |.-.-. S' -.it ment of Toilet Soaps — VOUNGEHS MILK STOUT CHKAM OF VVHF.AT The public -r. he- %  ORWlN KNIGII1 I da %  mraeif ir|> do,!, in iiglied I i l KNIGHT PI III.II BALES llilnnng. AeBe, RIBBtwerm, I'aorlaala, %  la, Plmplea, Font |i.-h and other %  %  NlSOdir*i MIts andl la gunrnnte-dloglv.>oun soil, clear. BttrBeeek. or money '.., %  %  %  Nixoderm Tor i." JTroi.bles All IIIIN UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Kill I __ 8 the Ttni Cooking Butler %  m %  rBIBa Tin. Cooking Bullee Sala 11 o clock Term. Carfi RKANKFR. TROTMAN A CO. Aui a* Peal BMWSB Anents—\uctloneers—Survetors JOHN M. BLADON A.I.H V.A I r<.rmrrl> Ilixon a BlAd.Hil Connatflom In I.K -i is \..\ i S,\._V,:M:/.IELA IW...„ baiin* rximlnf ..ur'rulriHlvr Ibtli. ol hlfh .-la*. l-r..,H-n. mi I .".I lr*lrd in all areas H |6|f ; _: ;_: I'I r. Buildlnc For Hardware of every Description THE IT'S CENTRAL EMPORIUM (IMI'.M ICIIMIKV 1.1 II. IToprlrloi. I H .if 'lro.i.l and Tador Stir.U. JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS LTD. Be up to date and buv your llooks at the S. P. C. K. BOOK-SHOP We have a fine selection of ull kinds of books suitable for all aorta of people And with the arrival of the last ihlpmcnt wonow have on display the following:— £55 Y/; A HS F ??*3 (a B "" k '" %  • OlrU| by Noel Strealllel-! THE KON--TIKI EXPEDITION by Thor Hevei.lah V 1 : .d!*w. <;, K ,s NEUT '* A " F Spencer Chamuui HAUNTS OF HIGH AJ>VKNTUHE by Col. P T EUieitot, SOUTH AMERICA CAU.ED THEM by Victor Von Hagrn HISTORY OF CRICKET by Eric Parker (with over seventy Illustrations) Among our many Children's Hooks are the following THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS THE GINGERBREAD HOY. SNOW WHITE LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD and PUSS IN BOOTS (all with animated pictures) at 66c each alao DIIESSING DOLLS (made of Card with six dlft. r.-.n dtevi. and Hats) Oh! we almost forgot to mention our fine assortment of CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS ^ t-HKISTMAS CARDS on dlsplsy NOW. so come early sold make X your selection and post to your friends and relations overseas) S BIRTHDAY CARDS (General as well as persons! ) \ CHILDREN S BIRTHDAY CARDS ;. and SYMPATHY CARDS #*.<• //..• #./# %  '# to lhiih ti.lu.IX I.UMcri.i.ni A.Hue, ioo^ atiff joints? Aches? Sprains? Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly ot>f You will (aal Sloan'i good at once. It acts quid loothet and comforts and drtvaa out all inflammation. doing you iickly — I c as. itaaa aa rai aacaiT. SLOANS Liniment INDIGESTION? Try Just ONE DOSE Of This > Just one doss Of MACLKAN: BRAND STOUACH POWDRR i'li'"i l-'laiulcncc. Heartburn. Nausea aoi SioroaKh I'aitu due to 1...1.I: .'.. PrOTt .1 Toursell today I Rut be sura you get genuine MACLLAN BRAND &TIOMAC1I POWDBR i tba alaDstare ix.;MAtjJiA-i-. TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH I'l.sii. Drlnklni Glassvea for Hrhuul Children Ii..M. Iilovr-a fIVOO —Ret of 4 II. .LI— < .in-ii ii. ih.ii Seta i ... -n ,-,,staplea at JOHNSON'S HTATIONERY And HAKIIWAWK f /.'.','.V,W'/, HARDWARE BUILDING NEEDS AND QUALITY PAINTS Pay a vi.il lo our NKW PREMISES t CORNER ol SWAN & LUCAS STREETS. BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD. The Best STOVE to own is a FLORENCE OIL STOVE CLBAft mm* ErOXOMMJAL You will be very pleased with your new FL01EKCE STOVE and OVEN CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. Victoria Strv?t — Britlat'tou-n



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W %  l %  •• •> <11 %  Orlobrr II !•.-.( JktrMuos ^ftuncate Rumours About Sterling Grow Stronger INo Fairy Godmother At Hastings House Sir George Looks At "D.&W." Future JJIR GEORGE SEEL, K CM 0 lust night in a broadcast over Radio Distribution "killed" the idea that the Development and Welfare organisation is a fairy godmother. A LOT OF PEOPLE still look on "D. and W." as o fairy godmother with the means, perhaps not quite so plentiful as a few years back, of dispensing financial favours in the West Indian Colonies. Since that Idea i^ not quite dead. 1 would like to kill it off now. \Yi<:vi MINIMI XK*T I am naked sometime. "Hou much Is "D and W ,i\ Mr1 ti. such and such a project**'' It i*true, in a very real wn1 that the Hrilish taxpayer Is "giving" very large sums to his Co'-mial fellowcltlnens (£ 120.000.OtM over ten vears under the Colon).il Devi pment and Welfare An alone) But the Act having money IK available, (assuming of course thai the British taxpayer goes on finding the Instalment* year by year); and there Is noj question of "0. and W". or any other cifTVi.il agency, giving It away. Apart from certain sums ;it our disposal for paying for courses of special training for individuals -a most useful and successful little nest-egg—nur duty Is to advise the Governments and tinSecretary of State, to the best .f nur ability, where, so far as the West Indies are concerned. Development funds can most usefully be applied. My colleagues and 1 are not fairy godmothers, whatever else we may be Colony's Job Another idea which lingers here and thrp is th-t tne business of rhe Devc ipme'U and Welfare Organizai.un is to plan the development of the West Indies This probably owes Its origin to the wording nf a recommendation of Lord Moyne's Commission in 1938. It was set out in a rather long sentence, which snld that "a new organization should be set up. . to work out. in collaboration with the local Governments concerned, long-term programmes of social mrjus' u-%r*s*a f rants from United Kingdom kinds might be recommended." In the early davs, no doubt, the first Comptroller Sir Frank Stockdale. himself an unsurpassed expert, and his advisers did Influent very considerably, through thr IMfgeaHoni they put forward the first shaping of development pun But It has always been the pr.ncit le that the Governments of the olonles concerned are the people who are responsible for framing the plans. Some Colonies have ompMtM their plans, but the same principle will apply to the necessary reviewing of those E lans from time to time in the ght of experience It is the Colonial Governments* job. Moreover In the Uat decade there has been a very marked advance In the assumption of political responsibility by the various Colonies it would be inappropriate, to say the least, to suggest that any other agency hut their own Governments should do the planning for their future Honest Criticism WTuit we have got, in "Development and Welfare". Is a compact teem of first-clnseconomic and technical advisers. It Is ihrough these experts that, as I believe. the Organization ran continue to lender essential and mosv valui ble help in Wait Indian development. The larger Colonies have built up their own technical Dej artment* to a substantial degree , i40 Bu'. j am su those Departments would tw the first to agree as to the value ol consultation with our *il.ff o* advisers In the smaller Colonir which have not been abfa ta employ comparable staffs of their own. our experts can play, im-* have played, a more direct part ill rough peisoital visits, in helping in draw up and guide pertteulai projects, as well as m as*.st in urn the general planning. I hope that all Governments will go on making the very fullest possible UM> of lh> advisers on I'ne Development and Welfare sti.ff. My only regret is that, because they are so few. they cannot be everywhere at once. They are kept very busy indeed. %  i HAnoal to an -. that w i the future, b] H won le*. IM BM im..,'i MUSI i the '"• %  Utah tax-payi hat beep "wasted". har uiKBCub'ed!\ i West ind fii.ee .here can be %  i vance, I believe that the money provided for the West Indies under the I I pment and WHi prove, in ilie event, lo lor the most p. ( rt wan and to have mane a powerful contribution to tne advancement of :he Brtdlh West Indies to nationhood. Secretary Bo % %  >'. I have had Dc\ aod Wilfare in mind. One does not need many hours in my office to realise thai, Doweda] i only one side of Mi actlvHlei The Organisation is (or want <>' %  ;ir>> othci %  %  While Gaitskell Asks For More Dollars (From Onr Own Correspondent) LONDON. Oct. 10. RUMOURS THAT THE POUND sterling will shortly be revalued upwards In terms of the dollar grow stronger hourly. In Paris the "black rate" for the pound is 980 francs the first time for a year that it has caught up with the official rate. In Koine the free pound lias lumped In par In Madrid, Spaniard* are showing more likinc for sterling than for dollars, while in Lisbon thr black market pound has vanMcaun people with sterling jrr hanging on hoping for revaluation. I Hi. Vargas Is I '•'-'* <^ | where I Brazilian "Peron" Mr. K. N R III.-IM.HIspeaker nf the %  gaSM rr prrsldlnjc over the merttni til ihr Hum* til Seaembl) Ihr la*l meeting before he Irivew un Tharr1*% for ri.riuu M III attend Ihe openini ef Ihr New House t.l I i HUFNOS AIRRS. (Vt lu The close parallel bet v. Q tulio Vargas, former Dictator Ktel for common sense h\ Mi Hugh Gaitskell Minister 01 Slate %  testesrstr AITIIITappears I i.tve aane riethhas to persuade oreign i thai several mportanl ittstecttveg arming nvei Ubflilj mnt in ichieved before revaluation li omiHeii'.l Cartoon Sums Up / .S. Ami Russior Talk On Japanese Peace Treaty NKW YOAK, Oej m 1 h *-• VOJ K Time* rSpi 1 ti 1 tatfai i 1 ItasM u 11 |>re*eiittitivei> li.nl del. Inary converaatien on ; 1 Japeneec pe %  Knstei Dulles, l(erot>lican AdvtaeBeers rj el Man ie. Wheson ai r AallsT, Sovle dive on -.. The n bj Btl< .11 %  V.r >ite-)|-. 1 nt li J lU I e it expedience To explain it one mnai establish th • Ith win 1 • %  n Peronlsl The paper ed t Commi thrown in 1!M!\ after Ift lower 1 b] 1 cotoi %  %  %  %  1 ial :''i'l % % %  '. 1 dltloru In 1 atln-Ai leiica prior to the Pei'.ii-Ti tat --'\ "El Munde' devoaai an entire porti from Brarl indei the hoadllni general clearing-hi %  %  ran defrauding the pt manning defence? just north ot the 38th partlU \ The British Common wen 1th Brigade led a westwai > thrust across Yesony Rive-ti.wa/sls the west coast pott ut IJ\I^ Sheju "0 mike'?>^ AluhK rhl th, rmteg \# American erliimn went th he: w;i> %  rotHM UM hlut-k OJ il r> direct roiid to I'yunev.iir; tkruatmg{ lo th*' northaast :— South Koreans added anothei ____^ .. i 'Men dnviui' tiast, capturtni the Important %  cmmuntratlnni centre, ffomsn i 111) 140 nf %  %  %  • %  M -it hurl en sin 0B0KOI sin. ing inomentuni, the latest report pul Th*> OrganitaUon i pnmide the •etting tor Conlei • rrccs of every kind. Kven wher.. m lo the ease ol the Sugar Conference f M. i %  Ihe meeting", air held elsewhere than in H.I'II.KI. rectUHi i" I %  tti where. •I with thi St nation Commit.' spirit ail the rraallvi Ihlnklnfl arc West Indian, the Organ,; h .ui EftAfiT ... Or %  ... Mi VargM %  night be big by ailfor the s I iul wi Ming electoral n stlltS —HreU-f. Object Lesson CK>ORRI>7H. Ont R %  %  liome in Ult; C r Rt'ds L*ud Rice Strikes In Turin | TURIN. Oft 10 Pelka cairying tommvunr. las esara guarding all trains iItaly i no'u, -A. stem Turin v-*Ince while big tadUStn %  larget) peralyaad by a i4-hou. 1st ie.i rtrlka adtatn i i %  %  %  provinces .-, rice-flelds afh ... manding a new labour reinloroamenta of Police were deployed tl.iomrM>ut \r. province to prevent striking farm watkaTl Irem large-scale arson km againsl We ore quite ready i*> accept our share of responsibility for anything which Is done on thebasis of our advice. We shall no doubt to time, cheerfully — so long as it is hond craft kan If we are the sake of criticising, we shall be Hunk thai thi %  %  dpproui.ii '.u eon .. now oi equal arhlen < tan gt\e in Uie dfvelopmeni U welfare Bald It i someone has to provide, and It ll one which V* >'' % %  """if: %  absolutely dislnleieste-i causa wa have no axe lo grind. It is a service which, we all recognise, must sooner oi later be performed by \ West Indian agency, %  gid | what is after all an offshoot of the Colonial Office. I am not liken. ing the OrgsgUxatt i lo a mule, an BXUmaJ ilways said to be without hope tleM lor oI posterity. Nor am I now going at our advice we snau ---r-bt get criticised from time I !" ; ; ., and we shall lake h\^ w ' I to embark %  discussion ol Ke-JIther t h e Weit '.i. m new hk i dor and barn roofing wendi • fit* early thai % %  .. %  anuUtar farm by ri sksUlai An i i reporssd Iha % %  %  I Immght In I' %  in an eaTorl Haas arrefrt* are —Reuter NorlhamefS had been sperate "ght 'or i spokesmen deseril ad i m this sertoi %  radlbilv low* 1 M " .. %  i at %  .v Division pnihliig diraatb I ..fig lu-'l I) fni.ght then i-.ui four miles north of the 38th parallel against stubborn resistance from cnlienched t'ommuiiist itoopt, Ih-tei mined northerner, dug ln| to the I.ills above the road, poured Hpwa machine KIWI and rtlM IrS 1 In il,. words of a wounded O I ui ap flghtini; rtey *t communlata, thai c* heyc i | Parkcon against light • i ; rti [hi i *tirteri to hav.UiggSsted thai the United SUU reall] we il im treaty %  %  ild eahn Hw .ii troop'i . Voil; Time* i he canvr nation appai let ii| .li,S M li Andrei Vyshlnsky wa' %  i %  i itei Iha I i. in red peuat, H ..•poits s.iid, i'rtt all iues li tin %  I: i %  I ... . 111 no! t laboiide on M< —Renter 'i r.. < uiri*' %  r howl .. 11 man reeding In %  %  hi< h (.aiisheii Nn Revaluation %  "he cits man %  batrvi %  %  < %  d On. P i aflial and up we i LIDOOSS Tnis proooa j ol "tslklng no he pound Is lust the rt ii.it hapsMRH i baser* devalua urn it has rseuHad In 'he in lux <>f H g'Hid deal of I gj imds AcIng to M rapssrl fires] tee. Yoik simi s tartin g has for he hi-i iimp mme devaluation .sen .iiKtve ihr nsSelal eaehangj >'e TinmeanUnit In Hie evepi inriii.u liiiim-nvn sieilini UIHIOI vsalueo. taut 1 the .ertdr *a ssraes forravshtBtv* •he British authorities are going li %  in .i difTWnit pasisaaai Colombo 9 s Phrn Mr (isitskell is now bl \ SI -ceking dollars fur lh lidiyii Kearinament Programni" nd also im Colombo*, pan o Bonomw .oil to South F.ast Asia The i cument he is eitpaeiad i pi l Itrwerd lhal Britain ne-ili liars to cotApenagte her for the •iport markets due to -\ 12-mai carawmeni t ii not Ukelj to be Mobammed eel egg laeoufabi) bs ing in plead 10 \, ... i p • Brltuh 1 Hi. high prices of %  % %  linn, HUM M>od* arising ou* f the world situation are still i" all praetleel puraeeei sea It is etiin..ie.i that the] wMI 11-in. 10 irly twice the present aggers before revaluation liecomes advisable 1 it lie forgotten that one of the principal tenets of revaluation t.uil down by Ihe International Monetary Pund, the envartleflns -I currencies, has mi >ct heen achieved The mcial Hriilih view will almost thai taw eSw I 'evaluation mUM run ihei: efon %  nga rate \nl i>iii;t Says "Tliuiiks" age from Mis 1 1 1 .1 in.1 in lie l.egiklstive ... II M %  • %  ( A-seinbly Mlfofned them that he Qeveinmeni of Antigua had 'ii.it it eaoreaston as 1 appreciation and grateful 1 'iiimtior, mada) ind tin ivmpatny expressed on an gi" tin. HsrbadO!! on liehalf of tie people of Antigua MlirHtTsT Is lusaifr ir PORT-OF-SPAIN Kojan Mi luitiiiieii who was charged mr Hie innnle, ..( Willi.-.i i;..mpei.-d. of Curepr. Trinidad. is now a patient at the St. Ann's Mental Home, SJSd will Idel %  I there at HI* Majesty's plea*uro> A 12-man lurv found that IBS iriiune. and unfit murder charge. Carpet Of Grass Hoppers U)NIHiN 1 li t li' In South Australia hav< l-een held up Oy grgegkl thick on the trail) that engim uheels would not grip. Radio Australia reported to-day. One englDl driver said that he had com. across two swarms, one of which covered about four square mil % %  at 11 %  %  th .it the persllel for a stronger stand nearer 1 rang, Aassriean • asualtis 1 .ing roe"r a ., ,1 „, j reautt Ol devalua t on. the curtailment of dollm TKI.I. lilt. ADVOCATF TIU. SKW RliK 3111 Udy St Night *BTTH M.VOCATE PAYS Ftlll NEWH %  i Wasl Commu ISl Hill %  an crumbled to-day In fa WilUenJ three pronged South Kocean m fromtlM UTp S> fanlry assault supported by artll-I ly he went off U. lery and plane* Defender witha* must JII propagandists for for drew to the hills northwi-t mil eign powers The foreign pow we*t <>f the eitv | for which he Mas working —Reeier Klnsjgon of leageew 14IH the nii WSI Ihe Hrv s < lei gymar ith. And sowrnri %  gi'ter hi "Th ," ,",„;_„,-,, iTr.gMluM Wf.i*raIion. Uut either the Weit KSrS 3 r devour... | j-* ^Ssrsr^sz Wise Spending %  VCliv Organization would [ separate identity, nn bcina 1 their Incidenta.lv, one hears talk'in ihe Tederal Govenm %  iinwadavs about money having vices The rest no been "wasted" under the Colonial singtly fade away. Ilka Development and Welfare Acts, soldiers. Or the West IJ; would be surprising, indeed, if not going to federste. In that case, any project had been executed the need for a ... anew according to o 1 a n a nd oo-ordlnatlng bodj', 1 especiallv when vou consider that tinning machinery which the %  plantiinp" ll *' 11 %  vprv n w .Colonies can use when common conception Most of the plans in j problem* arise, will l %  the earlv days were done almos' ir ,; :n Ihe light of nature They have J either case, the natun no doubt been cases of mi*direci*d I (jo,, ^ tna i \hr> Devi energy, and probably of faulty welfare Organisation srl planning, judged in the Ijthi of I into the landscape, and later wisdom. We must not be ( complacent about this We must S) Ob Pare S U.S. Bombed Russian Aerodrome ACCUSES RUSSIA WASHINGTON. Oel 10 The lo. information from General Mac Arthur's Far Dougl Knstern command on the alleged lers. kfraflng of a Russian m let fighters. Headquar80s A'l.fi .1 1 beheveo here that Unite-1 The Soviet Government lodged a protest with the UnrEmbassy in Moscow last night. I.mster Wslworth Barbour refused to accept the note .: it should be sent to the .imns William MacDermott 1 Spokesman, said that fh Barbour had asked whether the tn,n *** \* ad been made lo the Soviet Note Returned ^United Nations or to Oenersl MacDarmott said that te was delivered lo ihe Kmbessy In Moscow liv Gromyko insisted that the mesenger eeriy this mm United States had no reason to but was r0 I noun ami l,.ter to thi n Office Ameriiiin planes ovtterritory. There was a similar deadlock note AutMonties here held th.-.l unIneidanl ;i;. natarr tar the United Nation* becsuse Amerlenn forces concerned were H United rfatloBj control Katie iiart of the territof North Kores as a "( %  encroachment over procedure when '1 • The Russian comn. %  as sent to Ihe Se*iirlti I Malik the Rusaian forces have been order.-! Goverruneol alUtmpted lu ; I lhat it was i. matter Oi lo Ihe United States earlv in for discussion between the United .-I the Soviet rjoven "b* down of a plane by American ment September 4 There was no further develoiiOn that occasion the U.S. remem "i the mcidenl. tbs fused to accept Russia's protest —Reeter. That is the closing time for all advertisements or changes in advertisements in the . SUNDAY ADVOCATE



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r.\r.r TWO BUBADOS ADVOC VTE HIDNT.SDAY OCTOBER II. 1*S Qahib gaUuuf •OL. R lerdav i B W.I A lot .1 with tha Coauiusttena] : thr Rffu!.:r VUtor A RRIVING li nn St. I. by H W I A was Mi. and Mr* Jot Knigut wh.i r..i a ft MOM staying ot StatTiiil Huiise Ml Knight, who .J fiequem Victor to Barbados, is with Minvlllc mil %  in Castries. To Gather Material M B. ANIt MRS. H KORAN ai lived from Vein-. Nx.ncU} anrnoDtu uwi..\ fox *• **—' v,,|t *"d *>re staying %  1 the Paradise Beach Club. Mr. Horan. is the Editor of the English Pagt of the newspaper %  •Ease !" .' 1 .1. Caracas*, Purpose of hu visit is to gather JIS nuUTial foi ii •i-ias of articles 1 i Barbados, which he will write n U.S. Medico Leaves D R. A. A. GASK1N 01 Bosun Massachusetts rrlurned k -. the USA. on Monday night on the "l.ady Nelson" after spendinn utmut Iwc weeks in Barbados ii a Uuet at Crystal Waters and a %  stnOaf uerlod in Trinidad Surgeon Specialist —Antigua A .~lEif mas.nu mp on tut Ltttj Nalaon" from Antigua up to HiidSji liuiaii.i. in N .1 | aqargeui-ii .up,.. u u* ui Barfea doa on Monday In ubuut %  *.,. *..*• *nii-h lie win |Batoaat o| Or. h Spe.ia.ut rieapi at I Ml and M. ID Venezuela .per when he returns On Honeymoon S PENDING their honeymoon In Barbados are Mr and Mrs Raymond Thomas, who arrived from Trinldnd by II W 1 A on Mi rhomas is wuli B.W.I.A m Pfareo and they will be returning *i the end <>f the weak. After One Year A FTEH SPENDING For Ten Weeks HAHUADOS for ten week1 lu..,(iay are Mr and Mm. M Harper of British Gulani. They arrived on Monday mornii ;{ ly the "Uiuv Nelson'" and are iiueste of Mrs. L I Lynch of St. Lawrence Gap. Mr Harper who Is paying r* a first visit to the Island, is Assistant Superintendent, West Cik.it Railway. Transport and Harrow )i'iuirtment. Back From B.C. M" DENN13 YVUKME, one i %  the members of the thrr. man Barbados Lawn Tennis Team Vincent Mrs Ruby who visited British Guiana Un< Thomas of Twcedsldr Road and month for the British Caribbean formerly of the staff of Messrs. Lawn Tennis Championship m Fogarty Ltd.. returned on returned by the "Lady Nelson" on I win uaughters A FTER an enjoyable holiday m Barbados, Mr. and Mrs 11 R Ingletleld returned to Tnniuad yesterday afu-rnuon o> BAt.IA They were accompanied by their daughter-In-law Mrs. Geoffrey ingleneld and her twin daughters. Geoff who only came up lor the last week-end of the holiday returned to Trinidad on Mon. ... afternoon. Mr. H. R. IngleHeld is a Dire tor of Neal and Many. Engine* ing Co.. In Port-of-Spain. and b son Geoff Is one of Trinidad'* U notch tennis players. Vi.itcd D>ufhte BEirWELLEO FOR COCKTAIL TIMt aataaw A > v.v %  *5*T*1 r "L* 'ITsMl '?a. %  '..'.'• %  ^SSK '.! %  4fi r%  : -A IS %  . *5 •i •< %  CROSSWORD c r iLT ~ :D:£ ^\ r r Z r JL +V-4PI.AZA OISTIN WARNER'S i Paul Henreid in Gary Cooper in TODAY TOMORROW 5 A t M P m "CONSPIRATORS" and "CLOAK & DAC.CirK' KKIOAY. SATTRDAV. Itl'NDAV 5 *. • 20 P M %  atnounl 1'resenu niNG CROSBY In— "HERE COMES THE WAVES with The ANDREWS SISTKHH i. aa> an BBI IOT %  DOR 1 ML L1H1JB iQ. aiM saamT (ft. ti |,*.l. and <•> %  **• callid '* It's a %  .** %  jtfs?WaWt3ac.; M RS. H. C. GRIFFITH Maze." Wellinvlon Sir. Wm. %  .hiI ,.ni Monday morning Nelson." While in Si. Vincent, she WJ staying with her son and dau*-! Ter-in-law. Mr and Mrs F ( Thomas. Arrived Safely M ISS MIRIAM TUDOR i Iteulah, Si. Philip, who If Barbados aboul ., week i|o '. SSJTJK*?, OL'imSj?* Trinidad yesterday afternoon by husband l,v :, British was among the pasaenge rived here on Monday "Lady Nelson" from Guiana. She left here about 2\ months ago and first *tof>ped*)rT at Tin i dad where she spent I hoUdoi with her daughter Mrs Brun.-ll Junes whose husband is Spoilt Writer attached to the Trinidad ROBERTS, publishing Company. She thcr Government went over to British Guiana whei %  Savings Bank, returned from hli she stayed with another daughn-r short trip to British Guiana and Mrs Neville Osboume who** Monday morning He had sta> on tor an additional two week.' on business on behalf of his llrm Messrs T. Sidney Kinch Lid ile was accompanied by his wife. Bank Manager Return* M R. ARTHUR Manager of the Housewives Guide Prices of Pumpkin and BsrtttWisOani when the "Advocate" checked yesterday wire Pumpkin—8 cents per lb. Itutierbeans 24 its per lb. arrived safely at her destination. ft W I A In the In Dcp.xtment of that country BY THE WAY By Beachcomber I MPORTANT legal decisions are toning B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME u lun /.. ,\ C'uA'c Asl/t Cukrt •t d„.k. The .h CT d.v TWlSSSttlrtftJj* more? Nay, need I have said ao much'' Hfia II Ft,I,it rnlf A CIRCULAR issued by 38 Government Publicity Agents Upounetl that the Special Emergency Interim Judicial Commission has heard all the socalled evidence it can stomach, and is now preparing a lengthy in. report on Ihr whole question <>\ !" ,. u *"•.•• %  '' ., More "ere tt was ruled that a cake the tolderol found, or not found, over, if mnnu-i of unsold slices partially sliced, that 1. to say > one of Mr. Tufty" Corker's K*< i „ lu *"' lnc '' ""J ? old • %  fl marked by the knife nil round for rhubarb puffs. The taxpayer may i L i nsll ; \ ,, l lo • u ,u,ure dicing, was not a cake. It like t.. know thai the :!4l wit1 then a loaf was therefore disqualified from nesses flown from various quarmore dethe cake-weight-guessing comten were housed at Government a nmii petition at the Caterham Public eapensw in a new block of lusurv B.-itiui Jamboree. Need I say nats. The Inspectors, spies, touts, narks, stool-pigeons. ooenfs-Pro>ver as thick ns starlairfst bread sold In slices is not a loaf. Whatever tt is. says Jollv Jack Hopkins with a light lough ii is not bread But If a baker sell; a loaf cut into two thick slices. is it two half-loaves or one sliced loaf? And if ihe whole loaf is Ltd? versus Lady Cln as one slice of bread, how Bapchild, and Rhodi again when ii I sliced and re-loafod baton rc-de-loaflne? sausage, presuming, for the sake of making an academic point, that it aver was sausage? It is impossible to forget. In this connection, the stir caused by the famou.-. case of Alderman TIUnrd and Smoother Lamp-Wicks ir. Connie Melhuish. CRVPTOQOOJ H, W a n e am to wart Hi AXYDLRAAXR U LONOriLLOW 3B letter simply stands for another. In this example A U usa Vit II,,, r L's. X for the two 0*a. ate. tingle lettera. asos. UM Ungth and formation of the words an all atata. i J>y the coda latttri are different. A Cryptograai Quo tall.* 1 azxj SXLP p %  Q w u r. P1APTJ JZXJ B SX CBKPFV — WLBQ. DIM wnb£35S& N0 ^^ •" TOU A1 "" THAT Rupert and the Castaway—22 Th* p*ddl II to.' nid tl no *jy ot (topping ihe ft pulling ihm irreu ihr < evem.it %  pproKhei h hutgr> 'hoiofth Kohn on) I %  • • i iht hai'om ol %  m> will h Last 2 Days TODAY A TOMORROW a .\ g.So P.M. IMir ilIO *I1M SIRAN^I 1IHBK SUM I lOUIScJOpWtOHl BEATRICE PEARSON MEL. FERRER; r ALFRED LWEMCER -D-DI. Iifti h hi* in idci "Sailors Knd mr'uiri %  rmpl* bniiln WS .....,.! %  %  I?" Scums fk b, f rh hid held hit bum he n;ei %  \ a ,Ung uiia Koko. ill .:. •.. t.„, i. n, Bur,-: Ard dd>ewng ii 10 Mr n>.> he pun in his empty milk burin nd imo*( if ovrbo4fd vocali'urs. Informers, and othc•aevtaw win provtdad with motor-cars while the Commission was slttlnit Meanwhile a nonGovernment chemist, who could not be murzled in time, said In an interview that there was no such thing as tolderol, but there was a fungoid growth called folderoi, which adheres to holmoaks In Madagascar, and is a great luxury al native banquets. i to %  .,* %  Down. 11 noon ii Nt*i AnalvtU. r Danctiic | p.m H-dW I p m Th Oonrtabto's Mow Th* News, a 10 p m Hoaw fr.,n. lumiii, 2 15 p ni SporU HIVIPW. 1 M p m Have %  p; %  m UriUMi Concert IUII. v m The N*. 4 10 p m Thf dully ssei My kind o( MII.II ft p m The Our* I',,.(ii .111,11* Ptiiadc SO p in Ir NMursll*; S S8 p m l.WrluOc. 8pm Knsllnh Bonsm; • %  l-Tngiammr. O B> me Nawsj :n U p m Wh i.. Trorlier. 1 4 p m The Cou'enipor i> SViallnh Novel. I p m Had .el. I n ii III United Nation. 30 p m Composer of th* Wi I m MHI i*k f,p the Mu.l.. S M p n> Land tuck. 10 p in Tha New.. %  Editotinlv lo tft p do. lu 4ft p m Sierltna Vain SPECIAL MATINKK: Tumorrcm(Thnr>d B y) : ,, m %  < ii!-.M> Prieaal l-eon KRKOL In i H.ii list, vnii PLAZA BRIDGETOWN BOOK THE DATES THURSDAY 19th & FRIDAY 20th at 8.30 MATINEE FRIDAY 20th at 5 p.m. AT EMPIRE THEATRE "PASSPORT TO HEAVEN" (REVUEDVILLE 1950) By Mrs. A. L STUART'S DANCING CLASS A WIDE RANGE OF STAGE DANCING FROM THE STATELY BALLET TO THE MODERN TANGO, JIVE AND BEEBOP BOOK1M.S:—Open at Empire Theatre Box Olure from Friday 13lh between Ihe Hours of H.30 a.m. nnd 12 noon, and 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. PRICES;— ORCHESTRA and BOXES 11.50; HOI SE $|.0t BALCONY 71c. ALL SEATS CAN BE RESERVED LUCKY DIP BRUSSELS Marcel Delbiooke, skipper of the RelKian fishing trawler. Andre lAirlannt* rante Into port towin.E a Jeep He ruught it while llshliu oft Ostend. OPENING SATURDAY OCT. I llli THE GREEN DRAGON An up-to-date Chinese Restaurant catering to those who like the best m Oriental Jivhcs at reasonable prices. Prepared by a first class Chinese Chef who knows his onions. NO. 9 BROAD STREET For Reservation— Uial ilKStt IWirriMC CaVaU.DI THAT IWII-S THI araiia't ociaaif ro %  ICH. HUMAN STOSY OP TMI M1M W 10 fro oa ar arnar aiuivia IN tHI WOHIN WHO STOOD *'' av THIlt -i ^ Ci"" 1


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Orlobrr II
!.-.(
JktrMuos
^ftuncate
Rumours About Sterling Grow Stronger
INo Fairy Godmother
At Hastings House
Sir George Looks
At "D.&W." Future
JJIR GEORGE SEEL, K CM 0 lust night in
a broadcast over Radio Distribution "killed"
the idea that the Development and Welfare
organisation is a fairy godmother.
A LOT OF PEOPLE still look on "D. and W." as o
fairy godmother with the means, perhaps not quite so
plentiful as a few years back, of dispensing financial fav-
ours in the West Indian Colonies. Since that Idea i^ not
quite dead. 1 would like to kill it off now.
\Yi<:vi MINIMI XK*T
I am naked sometime. "Hou
much Is "D and W ,i\ Mr-1' ti.
such and such a project**'' It i*-
true, in a very real wn-1. that the
Hrilish taxpayer Is "giving" very
large sums to his Co'-mial fellow-
cltlnens ( 120.000.OtM over ten
vears under the Colon).il Devi p-
ment and Welfare An alone) But
the Act having
money Ik available, (assuming of
course thai the British taxpayer
goes on finding the Instalment*
year by year); and there Is noj
question of "0. and W". or any
other cifTVi.il agency, giving It
away. Apart from certain sums
;it our disposal for paying for
courses of special training for in-
dividuals -a most useful and suc-
cessful little nest-eggnur duty Is
to advise the Governments and
tin- Secretary of State, to the best
.f nur ability, where, so far as the
West Indies are concerned. De-
velopment funds can most useful-
ly be applied. My colleagues and
1 are not fairy godmothers, what-
ever else we may be
Colony's Job
Another idea which lingers here
and thrp is th-t tne business of
rhe Devc ipme'U and Welfare Or-
ganizai.un is to plan the develop-
ment of the West Indies This
probably owes Its origin to the
wording nf a recommendation of
Lord Moyne's Commission in 1938.
It was set out in a rather long
sentence, which snld that "a new
organization should be set up. .
to work out. in collaboration with
the local Governments concerned,
long-term programmes of social
mrjus' u-%r*s*a
frants from United Kingdom
kinds might be recommended." In
the early davs, no doubt, the first
Comptroller Sir Frank Stockdale.
himself an unsurpassed expert,
and his advisers did Influent
very considerably, through thr
IMfgeaHoni they put forward the
first shaping of development pun
But It has always been the pr.nci-
tle that the Governments of the
olonles concerned are the people
who are responsible for framing
the plans. Some Colonies have
ompMtM their plans, but
the same principle will apply to
the necessary reviewing of those
Elans from time to time in the
ght of experience It is the Colo-
nial Governments* job. Moreover
In the Uat decade there has been
a very marked advance In the as-
sumption of political responsibility
by the various Colonies it would
be inappropriate, to say the least,
to suggest that any other agency
hut their own Governments should
do the planning for their future
Honest Criticism
WTuit we have got, in "Develop-
ment and Welfare". Is a compact
teem of first-clns- economic and
technical advisers. It Is ihrough
these experts that, as I believe.
the Organization ran continue to
lender essential and mosv valu-
i ble help in Wait Indian develop-
ment. The larger Colonies have
built up their own technical De-
j artment* to a substantial degree
, i40 Bu'. j am su
those Departments would tw the
first to agree as to the value ol
consultation with our *il.ff o*
advisers In the smaller Colonir
which have not been abfa ta
employ comparable staffs of their
own. our experts can play, im-*
have played, a more direct part
ill rough peisoital visits, in helping
in draw up and guide pertteulai
projects, as well as m as*.st in urn
the general planning. I hope that
all Governments will go on mak-
ing the very fullest possible um> of
lh> advisers on I'ne Development
and Welfare sti.ff. My only regret
is that, because they are so few.
they cannot be everywhere at
once. They are kept very busy
indeed.
i HAnoal to an -. that w
i the future, b] H
won le*- .
im bm im..,'i musi i .
the '" Utah tax-payi
hat
beep "wasted".
har uiKBCub'ed!\
i
West ind
fii.ee .here can be
i
vance, I believe that the
money provided for the West
Indies under the I I
pment and WHi
prove, in ilie event, lo
lor the most p.(rt wan
and to have mane a powerful
contribution to tne advancement
of :he Brtdlh West Indies to
nationhood.
Secretary
Bo '>'. I have had Dc\
aod Wilfare in mind. One does
not need many hours in my office
to realise thai, Doweda] i
only one side of Mi actlvHlei
The Organisation is (or want <>'
;ir>> othci
While Gaitskell
Asks For
More Dollars
(From Onr Own Correspondent)
LONDON. Oct. 10.
RUMOURS THAT THE POUND sterling
will shortly be revalued upwards In terms
of the dollar grow stronger hourly. In Paris the
"black rate" for the pound is 980 francs the
first time for a year that it has caught up with
the official rate.
In Koine the free pound lias lumped In par In Madrid,
Spaniard* are showing more likinc for sterling than for
dollars, while in Lisbon thr black market pound has van-
Mcaun people with sterling jrr hanging on hoping
for revaluation.
..........I Hi.
Vargas Is I ''-'*
<^ | where I
Brazilian
"Peron"
Mr. K. N R IIi.-im.hI- speaker nf the gaSM
rr prrsldlnjc over the merttni til ihr Hum* til Seaembl)
Ihr la*l meeting before he Irivew un Tharr1*% for ri.riuu
m III attend Ihe openini ef Ihr New House t.l I .....i.....
HUFNOS AIRRS. (Vt lu
The close parallel bet v. Q
tulio Vargas, former Dictator it. BraaU, and
. anting
.....I^ancm Prea<
irbieh (01 inoctUi
Vl general elections in
lorb Vai
gas and Is now :< I m
triumph el the polls.
Li.i.1.,-. which front-
UN. INFANTRY
ENCIRCLE RED TROOPS
IN KOREA
Specul 4
'alien the recent official den 1,11.
1- 'in- Mcsjgean ^ and
preliminary to a change in iht
.it. 1 1 v. i en the .,>
Ktel for common sense h\ Mi
Hugh Gaitskell Minister 01 Slate
testesrstr aitiiit- appears I
i.tve aane riethhas to persuade
oreign i..... thai several
mportanl ittstecttveg arming
nvei Ubflilj mnt in
ichieved before revaluation li
omiHeii'.l
Cartoon Sums Up
/ .S. Ami Russior
Talk On Japanese
Peace Treaty
nkw YOAK, Oej m
1 h *- VOJ K Time* rSpi 1 ti 1
tatfai i1 ItasM u
11 |>re*eiittitivei> li.nl del.
Inary converaatien on ;
1 Japeneec pe
Knstei Dulles, l(erot>lican Advtae-
Beers rj el Man ie.
Wheson ai r AallsT, Sovle
dive on -..
The
n bj
Btl<
.11
V.r
>ite-)|-.
1 nt li j lU I e it
expedience To
explain it one mnai establish th
Ith win 1 n Peronlsl
The paper ed
t
Commi
thrown in 1!M!\ after Ift
lower1 b] 1 cotoi
.
1 ial :''i'l '.1
dltloru In 1 atln-Ai leiica prior to
the Pei'.ii-Ti tat --'\ "
"El Munde' devoaai an entire
porti from Brarl
indei the hoadllni
general clearing-hi ran defrauding the where problems of nit Mint; 1: r Bl dllang*' BBd "v^r-
rl to all the Weal Indian Colo- I gas' victory has a deep social
nies fan be discussed. Those who | significance.
have read Sl John M.i-r |HlI| report tor IM9- will have (ivXul, Vargas told ll
icalised how f:.r. even by Uul [,.,.,., that ha(Dutra
iMne. the GovernmenU I....I ,r ,. .., Ul,
to regard ua as the natural .ei.ti.' ,.,,.,,, K)r,., ,, ji.nuary
lor regional tonferenccs on S .
wide variety of mbtei ts. Sin asaani Un-ough
then the irrocess has rontinuen. pentOO I '' <,r ""'
(By JULIAN BATHS)
TOKYO Unilvd Nation!1 Infantry to-*la\ burst out on cithri
......latical Nnrth Kart-an im>pt manning defence?
just north ot the 38th partlU \
The British Common wen 1th Brigade led a westwai >
thrust across Yesony Rive-- ti.wa/sls the west coast pott ut ij\i^ ,
Sheju "0 mike- .....'?>^ A- luhK rhl th, rmteg \#
American erliimn went th.....he: w;i> rotHM UM hlut-k OJ
il r> direct roiid to I'yunev.iir; tkruatmg{ lo th*' northaast
------------------------------------: South Koreans added anothei
____^______.. __ i 'Men dnvi- ui' "
tiast, capturtni the Important
cmmuntratlnni centre,
ffomsn i 111) 140 nf "
m -it hurl en
sin 0B0KOI sin.
ing inomentuni,
the latest report pul
Th*> OrganitaUon i
pnmide the etting tor Conlei
rrccs of every kind. Kven wher..
m lo the ease ol the Sugar Con-
ference f M. i '
Ihe meeting", air held elsewhere
than in H.i'Ii.ki.
rectUHi
i" I tti where.
I with thi St
nation Commit.'
spirit ail the rraallvi Ihlnklnfl
arc West Indian, the Organ,;
h .ui
EftAfiT ... Or

... Mi
VargM
.
night be
big by ail- for the s
I iul wi
Ming electoral n -
stlltS
HreU-f.
Object Lesson
CK>ORRI>7H. Ont
R


liome
in Ult;
C r
Rt'ds L*ud Rice
Strikes In Turin |
TURIN. Oft 10 ,
Pelka cairying tommvunr.
las esara guarding all trains i-
Italy i no'u,-a.stem Turin v-*-
Ince while big tadUStn * '
larget) peralyaad by a i4-hou.
1st ie.i rtrlka adtatn i
i
' provinces .-, rice-flelds afh
...
manding a new labour
reinloroamenta of Police
were deployed tl.iomrM>ut \r.
province to prevent striking farm
watkaTl Irem large-scale arson
km againsl
We ore quite ready i*> accept
our share of responsibility for
anything which Is done on the-
basis of our advice. We shall
no doubt
to time,
cheerfully so long as it is hond
craft kan If we are
the sake of criticising, we shall be
Hunk thai thi

dpproui.ii '.u eon ..
now oi equal
arhlen <
tan gt\e in Uie dfvelopmeni U
welfare Bald It i
someone has to provide, and It ll
one which V* >'' """if:
absolutely dislnleieste-i
causa wa have no axe
lo grind. It is a service which, .
we all recognise, must sooner oi
later be performed by \
West Indian agency, gid
| what is after all an offshoot of the
Colonial Office. I am not liken.
ing the OrgsgUxatt i
lo a mule, an BXUmaJ
ilways said to be without hope
tleM lor oI posterity. Nor am I now going
at our advice we snau ----r--
bt get criticised from time I" ; ; ,
., and we shall lake h\^ w' '
I to embark
discussion ol Ke-J-
Ither t h e Weit
'.i. m new hk i
dor and barn roofing wen- di
fit* early thai
..
anuUtar farm by ri sksUlai An
i i reporssd Iha
-.I
Immght In I'
in an eaTorl
Haas arrefrt* are
Reuter
NorlhamefS had been
. sperate "ght 'or i
......
spokesmen deseril ad
i m this sertoi ,
radlbilv low*1
M " .. ........ i at
'.v Division pnihliig diraatb
I ..fig lu-'l I) fni.ght then
i-.ui four miles north of
the 38th parallel against stubborn
resistance from cnlienched t'om-
muiiist itoopt,
Ih-tei mined northerner, dug ln-
| to the I.ills above the road, poured
Hpwa machine kiwi and rtlM IrS
1 In il,. words of a wounded O I
ui ap flghtini;
rtey *t<- dead "
Combinad felntWl md <
Foreas a hk h en ad Us
r thras ii -|K-rate at-
nsg more than im> com-
munlata, thai c* heyc i
| Parkcon against light i ;
rti [hi......i *ti<- sits
nl pushet.

in.' d i.iil. with rifle-
i [uns,
s-bonban
r nt ralm
bvmbs in hn haurlj striae
assHMri ihe entranehed i
rtimunisl
, canal I rating mound Kunv
.....rtb of the pai
ranted irealy ms soon as nowi
ble and Hi.I liealy terms .inouti
eleven natio-i
I
Malik iptaKing in i. -li..
mgnnai was reix>rteri to hav.-
UiggSsted thai the United SUU .
reall] we il im treaty
' ild eahn Hw
.ii troop'i
.
. Voil; Time*
i he canvr nation appai let
ii| .li,S M li
Andrei Vyshlnsky wa- '
i i itei Iha I
i. in red peuat, H
..poits s.iid, i'rtt all iues li tin

I: i
I ... 111 no!
t laboiide on M<
Renter
- 'i r.. < .....uiri*' r
howl .. 11 man reeding .
In . hi< h
(.aiisheii Nn Revaluation
"he cits man batrvi < d On.
p i aflial and up we i
LIDOOSS "
Tnis proooaj ol "tslklng no
he pound Is lust the rt
ii.it hapsMRH i baser* devalua
urn it has rseuHad In 'he in
lux <>f h g'Hid deal of I.....gj
imds
Ac-......Ing to m rapssrl fires]
tee. Yoik simi starting has for
he hi-i iimp mme devaluation
.sen .iiKtve ihr nsSelal eaehangj
>'e
Tin- mean- Unit In Hie eve- pi
inriii.u liiiim-nvn sieilini
uihIoi vsalueo. taut 1 the
.ertdr *a ssraes for- ravshtBtv*
he British authorities are going li
. in .i difTWnit pasisaaai
Colombo9s Phrn
Mr (isitskell is now bl
\ SI -ceking dollars fur lh
lidiyii Kearinament Programni"
nd also im Colombo*, pan o
Bonomw .oil to South F.ast Asia
The i cument he is eitpaeiad
i pi l Itrwerd lhal Britain ne-i-
li liars to cotApenagte her for the
iport markets due to -\ 12-mai
carawmeni tii not Ukelj to be Mobammed
eel egg laeoufabi) bs ing in plead 10
\, ... i p Brltuh
1 Hi. high prices of
linn, hum M>od* arising ou*
f the world situation are still
i" all praetleel puraeeei sea
It is etiin..ie.i that the] wMI
11-in. 10 .
irly twice the present aggers
before revaluation liecomes ad-
visable
1 it lie forgotten that
one of the principal tenets of
revaluation t.uil down by Ihe
International Monetary Pund, the
envartleflns -I currencies, has
mi >ct heen achieved The
mcial Hriilih view will almost
. thai taw eSw I
'evaluation mUM run ihei:
efon nga rate
\nli>iii;t Says
"Tliuiiks"
age from Mis 11
1 .1 in.1 in lie l.egiklstive
... II m ( A-seinbly
Mlfofned them that
he Qeveinmeni of Antigua had
'ii.it it eaoreaston as
1 appreciation and grateful
1 'iiimtior, mada)
ind tin ivmpatny expressed on
an gne, I., conveyed id ihe l>gi"
tin. HsrbadO!! on liehalf of
tie people of Antigua _
MlirHtTsT Is lusaifr
ir
PORT-OF-SPAIN
Kojan Mi luitiiiieii who was
charged mr Hie innnle, ..( Willi.-.i
i;..mpei.-d. of Curepr. Trinidad.
is now a patient at the St. Ann's
Mental Home, SJSd will I- del..... I
there at HI* Majesty's plea*uro>
A 12-man lurv found that
ibs iriiune. and unfit
murder charge.
Carpet Of Grass Hoppers
U)NIHiN 1 li t li'
In South Australia hav<
l-een held up Oy grgegkl
thick on the trail) that engim
uheels would not grip. Radio Aus-
tralia reported to-day. One englDl
driver said that he had com.
across two swarms, one of which
covered about four square mil
at 11
th .it the persllel
for a stronger stand nearer 1
rang, Aassriean asualtis
1 .ing roe .
most wounds wars n
ing to frontline
lostaiiiiii Arrived
At New York
NEW YORK, Oel i"
1 nl femoui 1 I -
'..1 ,111 ived hers taidei
hi the lu* He was
i 1,1ml immediately de-
LPits raporti thai ha might In- bafa
1 btternal iaeurM|
. repoi is had been givetl
impetus bj ti.. tamperan detasv
lion en BUi Island at Ihe ^ i-.ii etc Aui ti lan plan! I I*
Ml. ..--.'d
ir;.! granted pernuei..... to enlal
H stiiie- lemporartb
ml be wh.h dehiined Ije-
. bad been .. membei 01
'm Hltlei Youth Moviiiful at the
'
peasad h
. i 1
man's vein bsrs entry
1. the Nn .
I .nt ..1
.
pio Communist orf*
broad
Healer
Tale Of A Propagandist
WASHINGTON
Itl 1 '
tit 1.1 e li
Still there is no reason la be
i.ve that Mr Gaitskell will
ruwge ni mind The gold am
.liar reserves built up ov>"r
a ., ,1 , j reautt Ol devalua
t on. the curtailment of dollm
TKI.I. lilt. ADVOCATF
TIU. SKW
RliK 3111 Udy St Night
*BT- TH M.VOCATE
PAYS Ftlll NEWH

i Wasl
Commu ISl Hill
an crumbled to-day In fa WilUenJ
three pronged South Kocean m fromtlM UTp S>
fanlry assault supported by artll-I ly he went off U.
lery and plane* Defender with- a* must jII propagandists for for
drew to the hills northwi-t mil eign powers The foreign pow
we*t <>f the eitv | for which he Mas working
Reeier Klnsjgon of leageew "
14IH the nii
WSI Ihe Hrv
s < lei gymar
ith. And sowrnri
gi'ter hi
"Th
," ,",;_,-,, iTr.gMluM Wf.i*raIion. Uut either the Weit
KSrS 3 r devour... | j-* ^Ssrsr^sz
Wise Spending
VCliv
' Organization would
[ separate identity, nn bcina 1
their
Incidenta.lv, one hears talk'in ihe Tederal Govenm
iinwadavs about money having vices The rest no
been "wasted" under the Colonial singtly fade away. Ilka
Development and Welfare Acts, soldiers. Or the West I-
J; would be surprising, indeed, if not going to federste. In that case,
any project had been executed the need for a ...
anew according to o 1 a n and oo-ordlnatlng bodj', 1
especiallv when vou consider that tinning machinery which the
plantiinp" ll *'11 vprv n"w .Colonies can use when common
conception Most of the plans in j problem* arise, will l
the earlv days were done almos' ir,;
:n Ihe light of nature They have J either case, the natun
no doubt been cases of mi*direci*d I (jo,, ^ tnai \hr> Devi
energy, and probably of faulty welfare Organisation srl
planning, judged in the Ijthi of I into the landscape, and
later wisdom. We must not be (
complacent about this We must S) Ob Pare S
U.S. Bombed Russian Aerodrome
ACCUSES RUSSIA
WASHINGTON. Oel 10
The lo-
. information
from General Mac Arthur's Far Dougl
Knstern command on the alleged lers.
kfraflng of a Russian m
let fighters.

Headquar- 80s
. A'l.fi .1
1 beheveo here that Unite-1
The Soviet Government lodged
a protest with the Unr-
Embassy in Moscow last night.
I.mster Wslworth
Barbour refused to accept the note
.: it should be sent to the
.imns
William MacDermott ,
1 Spokesman, said that fh
Barbour had asked whether the tn,n*** \* '
ad been made lo the Soviet Note Returned
^United Nations or to Oenersl MacDarmott said that
te was delivered lo ihe
Kmbessy In Moscow liv
Gromyko insisted that the mesenger eeriy this mm
United States had no reason to but was r0 I noun
ami l,.ter to thi n Office
Ameriiiin planes ovt-
territory. There was a similar deadlock
note AutMonties here held th.-.l
un- Ineidanl ;i- ;. natarr tar the
United Nation* becsuse Amerlenn
forces concerned were
H United rfatloBj control
Katie
' iiart of the territof
North Kores as a "(

encroachment
over procedure when '1
The Russian comn.
as sent to Ihe Se*iirlti I
Malik the Rusaian
forces have been order.-! Goverruneol alUtmpted lu ; I lhat it was i. matter
' Oi lo Ihe United States earlv in for discussion between the United
.-I the Soviet rjoven
"b* down of a plane by American ment
September 4 There was no further develoii-
On that occasion the U.S. re- mem "i the mcidenl.
tbs fused to accept Russia's protest Reeter.
That is the closing time
for all advertisements
or changes in adver-
tisements in the . .
SUNDAY
ADVOCATE


r.\r.r TWO
BUBADOS ADVOC VTE
HIDNT.SDAY OCTOBER II. 1*S
Qahib gaUuuf
OL. R
lerdav i
B W.I A lot .1
with tha Coauiusttena]
: thr
Rffu!.:r VUtor
ARRIVING li nn St. I-
. by H W I A
was Mi. and Mr* Jot Knigut wh.i
r..i a ft MOM
staying ot StatTiiil Huiise Ml
Knight, who .- j fiequem Victor
to Barbados, is with Minvlllc mil
in Castries.
To Gather Material
MB. ANIt MRS. H KORAN
ai lived from Vein-.
Nx.ncU} anrnoD- tu uwi..\
fox * **' v,,|t *"d *>re staying
1 the Paradise Beach Club.
Mr. Horan. is the Editor of the _
English Pagt of the newspaper
Ease.'1 .1. Caracas*,
Purpose of hu visit is to gather jis
nuUTial foi ii i-ias of articles 1
i Barbados, which he will write n
U.S. Medico Leaves
DR. A. A. GASK1N 01 Bosun
Massachusetts rrlurned k-.
the USA. on Monday night on
the "l.ady Nelson" after spendinn
utmut Iwc weeks in Barbados ii
a Uuet at Crystal Waters and a
stnOaf uerlod in Trinidad
Surgeon Specialist
Antigua
A .~lEif mas.nu mp on tut
Ltttj Nalaon" from Antigua
up to HiidSji liuiaii.i. in N .1 |
aqargeui-ii .up,..u u* ui Barfea
doa on Monday In ubuut *.,.
*..* *nii-h lie win |-
Batoaat o|
Or. h
Spe.ia.ut
rieapi at I
Ml
and M 1. .1
1 rutt CJw
i rgvtaoa Is Surv |
oi the Holbert<-
f.i hU ne-i>.
id Venezuela
.per when he returns
On Honeymoon
SPENDING their honeymoon In
Barbados are Mr and Mrs
Raymond Thomas, who arrived
from Trinldnd by II W 1 A on
Mi rhomas is wuli B.W.I.A m
Pfareo and they will be returning
*i the end <>f the weak.
After One Year
A FTEH SPENDING
For Ten Weeks
HAHUADOS for ten week-1
lu..,(iay are Mr and Mm.
M Harper of British Gulani.
They arrived on Monday mornii ;{
ly the "Uiuv Nelson'" and are
iiueste of Mrs. L I Lynch of St.
Lawrence Gap.
Mr Harper who Is paying r* a
first visit to the Island, is Assis-
tant Superintendent, West Cik.it
Railway. Transport and Harrow *
)i'iuirtment.
Back From B.C.
M"
DENN13 YVUKME, one i !
the members of the thrr. -
man Barbados Lawn Tennis Team
Vincent Mrs Ruby who visited British Guiana Un<
Thomas of Twcedsldr Road and month for the British Caribbean
formerly of the staff of Messrs. Lawn Tennis Championship
m Fogarty Ltd.. returned on returned by the "Lady Nelson" on
I win uaughters
AFTER an enjoyable holiday
m Barbados, Mr. and Mrs
11 R Ingletleld returned to Tnni-
uad yesterday afu-rnuon o>
BAt.IA They were accom-
panied by their daughter-In-law
Mrs. Geoffrey ingleneld and her
twin daughters.
Geoff who only came up lor the
last week-end of the holiday re-
turned to Trinidad on Mon. ...
afternoon.
Mr. H. R. IngleHeld is a Dire
tor of Neal and Many. Engine*
ing Co.. In Port-of-Spain. and b
son Geoff Is one of Trinidad'* U
notch tennis players.
Vi.itcd D>ufhte
BEirWELLEO FOR COCKTAIL TIMt
aataaw A > v.v
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PI.AZA OISTIN
WARNER'S i
Paul Henreid in
Gary Cooper in
TODAY TOMORROW
5 A t M P m
"CONSPIRATORS" and
"CLOAK & DAC.CirK'
KKIOAY. SATTRDAV. Itl'NDAV 5 *. 20 P M
atnounl 1'resenu niNG CROSBY In
"HERE COMES THE WAVES
with The ANDREWS SISTKHH
i. aa> an BBI iot dor
1 ML L1H1JB
iQ. aiM saamT (ft. ti
|,*.l. and <>**
callid '* It's a .** "
.jtfs?WaWt3ac.;
MRS. H. C. GRIFFITH
Maze." Wellinvlon
Sir.
Wm.
.hi- I ,.ni
Monday morning
Nelson."
While in Si. Vincent, she WJ
staying with her son and dau*-!
Ter-in-law. Mr and Mrs F (
Thomas.
Arrived Safely
MISS MIRIAM TUDOR i
Iteulah, Si. Philip, who If
Barbados aboul ., week i|o '. .
SSJTJK*?, OL'imSj?* Trinidad yesterday afternoon by husband
l,v :,
British
was among the pasaenge
rived here on Monday
"Lady Nelson" from
Guiana.
She left here about 2\ months
ago and first *tof>ped*)rT at Tin i
dad where she spent I hoUdoi
with her daughter Mrs Brun.-ll
Junes whose husband is Spoilt
Writer attached to the Trinidad
ROBERTS, publishing Company. She thcr
Government went over to British Guiana whei
Savings Bank, returned from hli she stayed with another daughn-r
short trip to British Guiana and Mrs Neville Osboume who**
Monday morning He had sta>
on tor an additional two week.'
on business on behalf of his llrm
Messrs T. Sidney Kinch Lid ile
was accompanied by his wife.
Bank Manager Return*
MR. ARTHUR
Manager of the
Housewives
Guide
Prices of Pumpkin and
BsrtttWisOani when the "Ad-
vocate" checked yesterday
wire
Pumpkin8 cents per lb.
Itutierbeans 24 its per lb.
arrived safely at her destination. ft W I A
In the In
Dcp.xtment of that country
BY THE WAY By Beachcomber
IMPORTANT legal decisions are
toning
B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME
u lun /.. ,\ C'uA'c Asl/t Cukrt
t d.k. The .hCT d.v TWlSSSttlrtftJj*
more? Nay, need I have said ao
much''
Hfia II Ft,I,it rnlf
A CIRCULAR issued by 38
Government Publicity Agents
Upounetl that the Special
Emergency Interim Judicial
Commission has heard all the so-
called evidence it can stomach,
and is now preparing a lengthy
in. report on Ihr whole question <>\
,. u *".'' .,More- "ere tt was ruled that a cake the tolderol found, or not found,
over, if mnnu-i of unsold slices partially sliced, that 1. to say > one of Mr. Tufty" Corker's
K*< i lu*"'lnc'' ""J ?old fl, marked by the knife nil round for rhubarb puffs. The taxpayer may
i L i "nsll;,\,,l lo, u"!' ,u,ure dicing, was not a cake. It like t.. know thai the :!4l wit-
1 then a loaf was therefore disqualified from nesses flown from various quar-
more de- the cake-weight-guessing com- ten were housed at Government
' a nmii petition at the Caterham Public eapensw in a new block of lusurv
B.-itiui Jamboree. Need I say nats. The Inspectors, spies, touts,
narks, stool-pigeons. ooenfs-Pro-
>ver as thick ns star-
lairfst
bread sold In slices is not a loaf.
Whatever tt is. says Jollv Jack
Hopkins with a light lough ii is
not bread But If a baker sell;
a loaf cut into two thick slices.
is it two half-loaves or one sliced
loaf? And if ihe whole loaf is Ltd? versus Lady Cln
as one slice of bread, how Bapchild, and Rhodi
again when ii I
sliced and re-loafod baton
rc-de-loaflne?
sausage, presuming, for the sake
of making an academic point,
that it aver was sausage? It is
impossible to forget. In this con-
nection, the stir caused by the
famou.-. case of Alderman TIU-
nrd and Smoother Lamp-Wicks
ir. Connie
Melhuish.
CRVPTOQOOjh, Wane am to wart Hi
AXYDLRAAXR
U LONOriLLOW
3B letter simply stands for another. In this example A U usa
Vit ii,,,r L's. X for the two 0*a. ate. tingle lettera. asos.
UM Ungth and formation of the words an all atata.
i J>y the coda latttri are different.
A Cryptograai Quo tall.*
1 azxj sxlp
p q w u r.
P1APTJ JZXJ B SX
CBKPFV WLBQ.
dim wnb35S& N0 ^^ "TOU" A1"" THAT
Rupert and the Castaway22
Th* p*ddl ii to.' nid tl
no *jy ot (topping ihe ft
pulling ihm irreu ihr <
evem.it pproKhei h
hutgr> 'hoiofth Kohn on)
I i iht hai'om ol
m> will h
Last 2 Days
TODAY A TOMORROW
a .\ g.So P.M.
IMir ilIO
*I1M
SIRAN^I 1IHBK
SUM I
lOUIScJOpWtOHl
BEATRICE PEARSON
MEL. FERRER;
r ALFRED LWEMCER
-D-DI.
Iifti h hi* in idci "Sailors
Knd mr'uiri rmpl* bniiln
WS .....,.! I?" Scums fk
b,f rh hid held hit bum he
n;ei \a,Ung uiia Koko. ill
.:. .. t., i. n, Bur,-:
Ard dd>ewng ii 10 Mr n>.> he
pun in his empty milk burin
nd imo*( if ovrbo4fd
vocali'urs. Informers, and othc-
aevtaw win provtdad with
motor-cars while the Commission
was slttlnit Meanwhile a non-
Government chemist, who could
not be murzled in time, said In
an interview that there was no
such thing as tolderol, but there
was a fungoid growth called fol-
deroi, which adheres to holm-
oaks In Madagascar, and is a
great luxury al native banquets.
i to
.,* Down. 11 noon
ii Nt*i AnalvtU.
r Danctiic |
p.m H-dW
I p m Th Oonrtabto's Mow
Th* News, a 10 p m Hoaw
fr.,n. lumiii, 2 15 p ni SporU
HivIpw. 1 M p m Have p; m
UriUMi Concert IUII. v m The N*.
4 10 p m Thf dully ssei
My kind o( Mii.ii ft p m The Our*
I',,.(ii .111,11* Ptiiadc
SO p in Ir NMursll*; S S8 p m
l.WrluOc. 8pm Knsllnh Bonsm;
l-Tngiammr. O B>
me Nawsj :n
U p m Wh i..
Trorlier. 1 4 p m The Cou'enipor
i> SViallnh Novel. I p m Had
.el. I n ii iii United Nation.
30 p m Composer of th* Wi
I m MHI i*k f-
,p the Mu.l.. S M p n> Land
tuck. 10 p in Tha New..
Editotinlv lo tft p
do. lu 4ft p m Sierltna Vain
SPECIAL MATINKK:
Tumorrcm- (Thnr>dBy) : ,, m
< ii!-.M> Prieaal
l-eon KRKOL In
i H.ii list, vnii
PLAZA
BRIDGETOWN
BOOK THE DATES
THURSDAY 19th & FRIDAY 20th at 8.30
MATINEE FRIDAY 20th at 5 p.m.
AT EMPIRE THEATRE
"PASSPORT TO HEAVEN"
(REVUEDVILLE 1950)
- By -
Mrs. A. L STUART'S DANCING CLASS
A WIDE RANGE OF STAGE DANCING FROM THE
STATELY BALLET TO THE MODERN TANGO,
JIVE AND BEEBOP
BOOK1M.S:Open at Empire Theatre Box Olure from
Friday 13lh between Ihe Hours of H.30 a.m. nnd
12 noon, and 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.
PRICES; ORCHESTRA and BOXES 11.50; HOI SE $|.0t
BALCONY 71c.
ALL SEATS CAN BE RESERVED
LUCKY DIP
BRUSSELS
Marcel Delbiooke, skipper of
the RelKian fishing trawler. Andre
lAirlannt* rante Into port towin.E
a Jeep He ruught it while llshliu
oft Ostend.
OPENING
SATURDAY
OCT. I llli
THE
GREEN DRAGON
An up-to-date Chinese Restaurant catering to those
who like the best m Oriental Jivhcs at reasonable
prices.
Prepared by a first class Chinese Chef who knows
his onions.
NO. 9 BROAD STREET
For Reservation- Uial ilKStt
IWirriMC CaVaU.DI
THAT IWII-S THI
araiia't ociaaif ro
ICH. HUMAN STOSY
OP TMI M1M W 10
fro oa ar arnar
aiuivia in
tHI WOHIN
WHO Stood
* *'' av THIlt
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WKDNESDAY. OCTOBER II. IK*
BARBADOS ADVOC ATI-
PAGE THKSX
$3,600 Approved
For Meteorological
Service In wl
The Legislative Council yester-
day concurred In n Resolution for
13.600 in order mat Barbados may
issume it* ri.oubsibility for lha
British Writ Indie-- Meteorological
S-rvice.
The Sevrelar- of State for the
Coirrties has ail vised this Govern-
ment that the Air Ministry is no
lunger prepared to flnarce the.
Meteor ologicai Service In the
British Wrt Indian Colonies and
then-fore us from the 1st of April
IHO. the various colonies con-
cerned should be prepared 10
.tumc the responsibility for these
services The Colonien are asked
to notify their intention:* by the
end of September. 1950
Tbc SecrcMry of Slate lia
suggested that a British West
Indian Meteorological ServLco
should now be established on the
basis of the present service and
that any future expansions should
be .the subject of discussions be-
tween the colonies concerned
Leg. Co. Approves $39805
For Ceramist And
Animal Accommodation
A SUPPLEMENTARY resolution for $3,805 to provide
new accommodation for stud animals at District Agricul-
tural Stations, and new expenses of a Ceramist was con-
curred in by the Legislative Council yesterday.
The Addendum stated that ad
ditional accommodation at
District Agricultural Stations is
urgently required for stud
animals, whose sen-ices are now
lequired more frequently by the
publk and especially bv BRBM
sjrieuiturtm. it (s therefore
proposed to construct accommo-
dation for eight additional bulls
to be maintained .it those stations
where demand for services is
greatest Additional bulls an'
becominc available from time ti
time from calvea raarrd at the
Central Livestock Station
Next 'here arc expenses In-
curred by the Ceramist in excess
of the grant made under Colonml
Development and Welfare
Scheme H 72 during hit term of
service with this Government
which expired in December. 194*
Lastly there is a revote of the
unexpended balance ol the (fee
grant made under Colonial De-
velopment and Welfare Scheme
R 72. which was incl tue. l:i ,f i
Approved Estimates for 1049-5<)
n[agement on <
.must.
Stations Useful
Mr. E J Petrle. Acting Colo-
nial Secretary, reminder! members
that the Agricultural Statin
served very useful purno**
the island. Where the Cenm
was concerned, the Colon
Development and Welfare
Organisation had supported In*
YJovernment's application.
funds under the Colonial Develop-
, i Welfare Act. and the
scheme had come to an end g|
far as CD. k W. were concerned.
The provision in the Resolution
was merely a revote of mon?y
which would have been used last
year had it been brought to ac-
count In time. The amount was
completely re-hnbursable from
CD. W. Funds. The $41.00
was merely excess accrued ovtr
the agreed amount, and it was
not considered worthwhile to
approach His Majesty's Govern-
ment for that paltry sum.
Hospital porters, are to get a
change lii name. According to
a Resolution approved by tho
Legislative Council yesterday-
giving effect to the Civil Estab-
lishment (General) Amendment
No 8 Order of 1950, Porter* will
Henceforth be called Orderlies.
Hospital Complaints
Acting Colonial Secretary. Mr
E. J. Petiie. told the Council thai
Dr Holllnan in the course of his
inquiry into the working ol the
General Hospital had recom-
mended to the Government the
investigation of some grievances
tumplaincd of by members of the
sjbordinaiv staff. The Order was
a result of such an Investigation.
The Order changed the name
"Ward Porter" to "Head
Oi-Jily" -nil iho iiwnic Aa*.i*"i
Head Porter to "Assistant Head
Orderly." The Order then brings
ward and dispensary porters
under one headorderliesoni
in addition adds ten new order-
lies.
In the past it was necessary ior
;i certain number of the staff to
sleep in at night, and It was now
desired to introduce the shift
*vstem. That would be made
possible by the addition of the
ten new orderlies.
BURIED AT SEA
iPrnm Our Own Correepond*nl'
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Qonrad R Murray, lute Ex-
Super Sergeant of the Trinidad
police force, way burled at sea
to-day. Barbadian born, he came
to Trinidad in 1903. He resigned
30 years ago. Hi* step daught'
AT I V\< Wllll I \ I Oils
$*>a
SJSSJBJ JU1S"
y#*6
Early Buying
For Xmas
THERE *as an atmosphere of
bustle at Da Costa It Co. Ltd
around 11 am. yesterday. It was
breakfast hour at most business
places, and empluycc* took lime
off to give the various
"look see "
The Shoe Department at
DaCosta's had the most customers
at that time. In one section of the
department a man was trying on
, pair of shiny patent leather
hoes, in another two women and
* little girl were chatting In Span-
ish at 500 words to the minute.
apnii.e.r.b trying Ui decide on the
- -f shoes for
Animal Feed Factory Shuts
THE GOVERNMENT FloUjfractory at Lancaster,
where cassava and potatoes are jP*We into flour and then
form a part of Balanced Animal Feed prepared from a
Government formula, was working* at full blast when the
Advocate visiu-d there yesterday.
The last load of cassava, as earn tereattni; i .
* seen in the psrtur*, had justlare fim put into machm tii I
rrivccl and was being "headed") washes and skin.-
by labourers to the *f String ma- ihen I rougM Into tli
buitdlr propel
god sbced i an sutomatk Ma-
chine.
ri**i-t*ting. tparklti
AIW.-Srlti.-i bn*|t V qaaefc
mi from lb* altar ecTacta of
."- and ,.v.i induUrMK*
i ))! Iri"h Keep It harxiy.
ika-Seitzer
Always ready
to treat pcJ
a cold \~ Jl
A iwrl
VAPIJt) i
INHALER am
0 MAM04A0 OS rOCM I ^H
MeeJ fee . -! |h
*>-(*..., LsssJ
e Saaitw mkwM iZT^l
*. V4m . fcr*
, \ov
MSfi
*UlN HUNSO"'* VTD. LONDON P A 1 T !i 1 F 5
Um BROS I in. II l-nltr Ri>^ *l -IHlll.klM-h'N I \W W< \. I I.
c tXTKA
fine flavour
The total expenditure
194950 on Meteorological
vices was S167.1B4. and on this
basis Barbados' share of th
expenses of the proposed service purchase of a pair
will be $3,216 per annum The. un early leenagei
Secretary of State also proposes
thiit a contribution of $4tt.4O0 per
annum for a period of three years
from the 1st of April. ISSO, should
be made by the United Kingdom
Government towards the estab-
lishment of the British West
Indie* Meteorological Service.
This grant will be divided among
the Colonies concerned on the
basis of contributions made:
ictmhursement to Barbados will
bo at the rate of $1,248 per annum
for the three years
Mr. E J Petrie. Acting Colonial
Secretary moving concurrence in
The Weather
TODAY
Sun Rises: 5 41 a.m.
Sun Seta: 5 45 p m
Moon (New) October 11
Lighting: 6pm
YESTERDAY
RalufaU (Codrlngtsn >
51 Ins
Total for month to yesterday
.llku.
Temreraturr (Max.) 86.0* i
Temperature Mir, i 71.5' F
Wind Direction (9 am)
SaW.ilpal S.S.F.
Wind Velocity 4 miles per
hoar
Barometer (ft am > g.M
(3 p ii< I 29 823
ih.
A cluster of men wer
Suiting Department. Some were
ordering cloth, others were dis-
cussing among themselves the
merits of this or that piece
Some women were maRlng pur-
chases of bright coloured dress
materials, others were doing busi-
ness at the counter where buttons.
elastic, thread and such things
can be had. A clerk was menu-
while assorting various colours of
knit ting thread
As people made their purchases
and came out. more were going in
and mixing with these two sets;
at the entrance of the store were
another set who were merely
window shopping
To tailors and dressmakers this
time of the year is like what the
Sugar Crop season is to sugar in-
dustry workers. They are already
Eftting orders for Christmas and
ichibitton work, and the orders
will increase as this month draws
to a close It will be largely a ques-
tion of first come, first served, anil
as happens every year, the late
will certainly be disappointed
the first process of Its betnjj
turned goto loin,
It bat bossa :!- i - -'I (or Uss
factory to process esMI i
potatoes at the same :ime but this
year the potato.-. < nut %*'
ready and so grinding em
Oni.v mo tons of eTawavs Sfgra
ground Into flour this year as
compared with 4.,'tOO ton: ot po-
tatoes and cassava that were
ground In o peak year
Interesting Process
Tlie i>ioces* is simplr bs
For a radiant shin '
'Hi
j "J ui ihc pick
of the crop
CHJUIEKKE
I1K\M>
These ceasava and potati
i" ' baked m lai
in the factory and grou
flour.
The (loveinineni I -, I
IVtlei.v plant it also
Lancaster and is mak'ng flnwer
pots in sizes varying frcsn tweres
inches to three Inches
Baqserunents ire being earned
out with building blocks but it u
HM SJjrt] 'o offer any comment
the Resolution said it was essen-
lial :h,it they should get the ln-
f<.rmation which was given out
by the S*T\'ice under discussion,
and assured the Council that tho
island had got oft very light),
because of the method of alloca-
tion of expenses. In addition
pert of their provision would be
offset from CD. at W. funds.
At the end of three yearn the
position would be reviewed, and
so they had that time to examine
tuia'the*Press that ft was always, the matter at a very modest cost
his desire to be buried at sea to themselves
BON VOYAGE
FOR BETHEL
Mi Bethel, M.C.P.. Junior Mem-
ber for St John, who will be
leaving the island shoilly
New Zealand to represent Barba-
dos at the Empire Conference,
was yesterday wished a "bon
voyage" by Mr. G. 11. Adams, the
Leader of the House of Assembly.
at its meeting.
Mr. Adams said that the con-
ference would only last about
eight days and then Mr. Bethel
could enjoy some of the line
scenery which is New ZcalnndV
He felt perfectly sure that to
illustrate the spirit and friendli-
ness of Barbados there could
hardly be a more fitting member.
Thev looked forward to his com-
ing back refreshed in more senses
than one
DUNLOPfort
CAR TYRES

for extra
performance
The quuiity
KttoJ Patua
DELICATE
us a nioonbeum
ii
COOL BEAUTIFUL
FERGUSON FABRICS"
FOR WEAR AT NIGHT.
STOCKED BY LEADING STORES.
_ EXTRA SAfFTY
Distributors
DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING
CO., LTD.
ECKSTEIN BROS.
Bay Strert
Bridgetown
Ovaltine.
Cheers &
Energises
FLY CARGO
BIG OR SMALL
MERCHANDISE.
n.OWER8 rain
UPAKE TARTS.
MACHINERY
BAOCIAOE AND
noUHRHOLD
EFTEfTfl NOW SW
CHEAPER
BWIA
FOR FAST
AIK-CAKM
Service
FOR PARTICULARS
BEE
IBWIA*
'Tell me
doctor .
< ,i ui} ,tu. in pin help in kr-i/t'ij f "
ouihIm hi-jl of tU-i. OH I li > .KV arc kepi tree
from the BsgtrM thatf 0UBC Kptk Jnfcvlion. To keep
wniinds i the ln.illh\ Condition t it hi-.ili i J, BUI hPORNI
liavc for years relied upon 'iKtiol'. I hi. nulilt-.-* des-
roycr of ycim-. is nun-poisonous, gentli and safe on .
human mhkius. Viliilc ti ,i.t*-t u ill*: vmuiiuI, MK'itol*
leaves the liviii|> lissiien undaunted to eoutinue die
natural processes of safe J%ul rapid np:iir.
DETTOL
T>Y hvlplni lo fSSjtBg flsgaint
*^veri>, Jri.m.u- *0lnn' f*s1
give you th* ml to cat** o* your
work chaerfullv and efhcienily.
Ov.uii, provideasi
Isaj viiamin*. of the highn
value derived frosn Nafi
foods. The famoua 'Ovalihta' Faisai
were eMabllshed to set ih* highaM
taodsrda of uualhy for BBS null.
milk and eggt u*ed.
BecauM of il* outaiandhag nutritive
qualitic* 'Ovsltine' U Ideal for even
mrmlwr of the BBSSSfTi
of the day. A a bedtime beverage.
too. It la evarywhera aknowlr-lu. I
*. a reliable aid to tound, natural.
reatorailve sleep.
nttghl tint hy ail
Quality has made (HaitiSIC
the Worlds most widely used Food Beverage


PACE FOIT!
B.YRIIADOS \!)\"I \TK
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER II. 1950
IttRRti)OS
ADV'OMTK
Wednesday, October II. HSU
BAD
^VS
M I.S
THK unhap)
Islands it a l I who
use the word West Imii
collective association ot people win. Ih
the islands and mainlands of Ihr Miitish
Caribbean
The tumultuous passage of Lord !'
through the ronuntk and hlttork i-lamis
which bear Um drab htU- >>i LMWafdft, is
still within recent memory TK- frmtn-
tion of proj-iiy '''<*'i two fires, i ii
disturbance and one hurricane caused in
Antigua a short time ago is clepn
heritage enough lor a m-w Governor.
The destruction of houses and proO-
erty in AnguiUa and Barbuda by the
same hurrioNM Li an BdkdltiOnal
for the Kingi npreaenlatlve who ki re-
sponsible for thesi-small-1 kstiftnd no lets
than for the largei PrMeni I St.
Kitts, Antigua and Montserrat.
Coming to the Leewards and I
of Government in BUnlcMK-swtpt Anti-
gua with special haste. } Mr.
Blackburne with commendable speed has
begun a tour of the scattered dependencies
and islands which comprlaa the Federation
of the Leewards
The splendid gesture of Baibad ilad, Jamaica. British Guiana and the
United Kingdom in oontributtl
personnel and goods to the relied ol Anti-
gua's suffering must nave encoUra ed the
kindly and warm-hearted en Dial >
officer of Nigeria, whoae promotion to the
dignity of Governor and Commander-ln-
Chief of the I .rewards is fitting reward for
one who has spared neither health nor
personal comfort in the lonial
peoples
Mr. Blackburne has erved with
Uon in Palestine and in Gamin. A
Administrative Secretary to (he Comp-
troller for Development and Welfare in
the West Indies he built a foundation of
progress for the peoples >( the British
Caribbean. In his recent post as Head of
the Information Services .it the Colonial
Office he has travelled extensively in the
Far East and has, more than any single in-
dividual in the United Kingdom, been re-
sponsible for the publicising of the Colo-
nies to the people of the United Kingdom.
Mr. Blackburne is a Worthy product of
the Colonial Service: son of adisUngui
father: an administrator of aetti and b man
of the highest integrity ami real simplicity
of character. The disgraceful exhibit ion
engineered last Sunday by a Labour
Leader and elected member of the St.
Kitts Legislative Council and an elected
member of the Leewards Federal Council
is not only a slur on other Labour organ-
isations in the Caribbean, but a di^
to the whole West Indies. It is to be hoped
that responsible Labour leaders and West
Indian legislatures throughout the area
will lose no time in expressing thefr regret
at this exhibition of bad manners in an
island which ought for historical reasons to
be leading the way. not dragging back the
progress of the West Indian peoples.
agBeVeAwH % What of
iMBU &&**Uie People?
I um milking this .ssi'hsiiiimI !>'<'**- I Im-'I< *' il
inim'iia'LW ii|M>rlunl lo iiii fllil lift's- of llW So* i I proulr in r-l;alion lo l'i- r-|*iin-
lli.ii ! The l*riviligentsia
BTAL.IN
pli-u Mints
ti\ althi
II> SiiIi.ii l< lister
is sboul
itrt mean in ;




I
# HMUl. Xtt buy Hi* mini-.-
imousrt <' food to wntcti he
Centra*!
ru in Iran
Tfce Bosses
HABOT-
Ihc workei
iniber two
i ''iitig "rommor.

ottsu

u-ajted

(*cd te well '!

mora thin;
I

11. U. < iMislilMfioii
THE SECRETARY OF STATE tor the
Colonies has set up a Conimis.su n S Mfc !
by Sir'John Wuddin^ton, formerly Colo-
nial Secretary of British Guiana and Gov-
ernor of Barbados from 1938 to 1941. to de-
vise a new constitution for British GuiaDa.
This is further evidence of constitutional
development in the British West Indies. In
Jamaica and Trinidad there have bean eon-
siderable changes, in Barbados the Bushe
Experiment is on trial. Proposals for
widening the scope of the constitution of
the Leewards and Windwards are under
discussion. And now British Guiane cocj
templates political! change.
The terms of reference will l>c "to reVurw
the franchise, the composition of the Lagta>
lative and Executive Council and any other
related matters in the light of the Colony's
economic development, and to make re-
commendations".
There could hardly have been a better
selection for the Chaurnuuuhip ol the Com-
mission. Sir John Waddlngton who has
served in British Guiana also had the op-
portunity i" see the working of (he more
advanced Barbados constitution at first
hand. The practical knowledge should
serve him in the theoretical part of the
work and his knowledge of the vari-
ous sections of the Guiancsc community
should be helpful in deciding the inter-
racial and minority problem
arise.
Constitutional development is said to be
Successful only when the comn i
which it comes reaches cultural and edu-
cational standards ahead of its present
state. British Guiana aU*ondy '^is an edu-
cational qua'ification for votra and this is
more than other West Indian cole
claim. The task of t; n should
w>: be therefore as difficult as it 1
first appear.
ABOTNIB
r nil tin
,ih\ II..'
worken hava to so mi
j living.
At stfirKlanl r.iU". ofj
idult workl i Uld have
to work Ibf .1 i iti loal "t wheat
imbei 'i
minutes. In

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l | natl la: Swrdi-n M>1 I'.ss It
n.
If* ..(I ..no i .il I .. i
I'LOTHI-.S. A i.it oft tha
peg in on* of Um I I
1,300 roubfc months'
costs two .ikcs350
rouba

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the hlh-
i
on- bbou.
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ral ten
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the lite ><
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iMuan> denuMsaad
sivhiK Up 10
nf months ot work
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Tin-
houses are the respmi
tin- omoisl hou
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alumllke neatecl
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* and ballet, and
.
i 'iem ex
Lifts WOTS ont--"iii h..ie.
laiportant offlciaU live i ik*
U done In small kti
WORK.
. ..
eiaht-hour days week Ttw
have i rortniahr
If rtn-y nn- SO m^nuH- |a*i *
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KMlOIMK .
PCHl
KABOTNU

acunpnui
punish*
Tlit' punishment

amptoyment, u
nf nu.ntcr of the WOrlb
lng>
m i':\sioNs

.!. ol to if they have wortted
r., | > ,.,i.. m mi i. U .
69 and h ive a orked I i
The miixiniuiii
use pensioiu'i* either ba
or go on working tilt i
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iwe nee, because a*
tlH'f,- I'. !>> .ll.ll ll)llK
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THaTY were showine,
mental farm In the thick
of the Braslllan lunflc when I
heard en oM ran I lai tune
H8ona ' de plains favourite
ong <'f ted Army."
the Utt
. | him what this
mu'] wet Ihel UM biu
lo us tu'jit after olati
nuirble-pillared rde
Moscow^ v
I had hot
enough since
workei flee lul i .
that eomi
pad The German
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9
And here It
out u me ovi i the hot, nun Id e
jungle ait of Central Eh

In on
Playing with melancho
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i uptb
I look) ii al tl i
lUuaten-
nesa. Or evon nei BovW
Two wlde-apart blue i
vnnng nt me
mooCn pi i garland-
ed with a wreath ol a h
plait* In Ivil, il Sovil
She contemplated me with thai

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ad wome i
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in thi

constant purges
Ants

LFS.
HOW AMERICA SEES OUR
HEALTH PLAN
Its i liapinun I'inrli.-r
THIS is how
Anverscan d sotort
picture the plight
tl baa average
Brttlan patient
after two years of
nationalised medi-
cine.
The picture
comes from a 12-
page "Funnies"
strip cartoon
which is issued
by U.S. doctors
,j- anxious to prevent
the introduction
of State medicine in America.
"!he Sad Case of Waiting Room
Willie" the cartoon Ls hascd on a six weeks'
mrvey of the Socialst health scheme, recently
tarried out by a mission sent to Britain by
ihe American Medical Association.
Bat-eared, bulbous-nosed Willie with his
Chaplinesque umbrella and drainpipe trous-
is. may look larger than life, the pamphlet
13 but all his experiences are real.
Stricken with severe stomach-ache. Willie
goes from one surgery waiting room to
.mother, only to be told that all the over-
worked doctors are too busy to see him that
l.iy.
With his stomach-ache getting worse.
Willie seeks out his Socialist M.P. "Give the
scheme a chance, boy." says the politician
v.. ,1 iron it out in a couple of years. Mean-
while, have a cigar."
When Willie collapses in the street, he is
ru i< 'i to a hospital too crowded to take hirr
in. After Idling in forms, he is sent home
with a pill, for which he signs a receipt.
Only the unselfish enterprise of the old
family doctor saves Willie's life. Hearing that
the child he brought into the world is ill. tht
doctor runs round and removes Willie's ap-
N on the kitchen table.
The Anal frame shows a wistful, convales-
cent Willie, exhorting his readers to "think
for yourselves instead of letting someone
else do it for you when all he wants is to
hold down a fat job in the Government."
By distributing the comic free through
waiting rooms, the doctors hope to
gel Willie's message across to a substantia1
section of the American voters.
OPERATION SAFETY
fr AN INGENIOUS robot device which will
make anaesthesia much safer and more ef-
Ic.'lnv has been Invented by a Brlllah doctor
It b) a combination of a standard anaes-
thanta apparatus and a "brain-wave" recordei
a machine which picks up minute electric
rurrenls generated by a patient's brain
through metal contacts attached to the head
Doctors have discovered that the wave*
I by the healthy human brain ar
highly sensitive to anaesthetics. A whiff ol
eth*r immediately increases the size of the
waves. Under fuller anaesthesia they ge'.
smaller. When the brain is deeply uncon
etoua the waves disappear.
Dr. ruqpnald Bickford. an ex-R.A.F. medi
cal officer, now working at America's fame.
Mayo Clinic, conceived the idea of using thi
"Inam-waves" of patients undergoing oper
Ationi as running records of the depth 01
their unconsciousness.
When this idea worked, he devised ;
method of linking the recording machine will
en ari.esihesia apparatus, so that the shape o
the waves generated by a patient's brain au
tornaUcaUy controlled the amount of ana?s
tlietic being fed to it.
The device can be pre-set to give the right
if unconsciousness needed for am
particular operation. As soon as the supply
thetk (alls below the patient's re
aulremente the brain-waves alter. News 0
this alteration is automatically flashed to ai
electric pump, which then feeds In mor,
anaesthetic.
itists normally control their ms
ihines by less sensitive signs, such as puls
end breathing rates.
Hospital trials with Bickford's device hav
shown that perfectly smooth anesthesia cat
he achieved with it.
London Express Service.
d. v. scott TO-DAV'S SPECIALS
a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE
L-hmII; NOW
Tins HIGHMOOR GUAVA
JELLY .......... XI .50
Tim KRAFT MACARONI
* CHEESE....... 31
Tins PEANT'TS
.13
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Ol 11 111: YIII IIS S.W:
'HtiHunlif Goes lic/iVi/
I Hi .r 7' ,-
Sir- \
which i advertise
Kiiifbind*' and in

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thai
Impertani BtS]
T*rd 111 the I
Atnartcan Oallcsn, net
tone end Oil.
It WOU
know how ihu came about
who was mi
if "Leg

time* accused "i 1- m
hall Amerir *
bnpas lei
measures, turtherei

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U eked with
PotuH 1 I inoduct.
led up
Oroeenei
impci the customrr
iiilliei ia
have .1 W 1 ; |i vv uuldw* must
Lhe Q-P-O^
1 -: but not lea*'
" isf b*
Yours,
TOUR I ST-FAN
Forgpi (oi'iur Itur
.'Ut.-ucate
1 ilk

1 tfi n are M fault
feeling up In
Euiltty or

(suit is on

ired people
on account
Glinted
olour bar. but that kept by vin-
dlettve, narrow-minded people.
Puscea Mrhteh keep up such a spirit
of lesentmetii detrimental to
world progress, and fostering race-
hatred, should be fined heavily.
That's my version.
Tourists should be encouraaod
lo rreetjr mix with all claaaes, as
ihis is the British Wast Indhas
t'.m Scandinavia.
With thanka, ___
WHITE CITIZZN.
**Farmmr*Uet"
To "ip Editor. Tha Adroc'*
SIR.Aj I understand there Is
such a scarcity of labourers for
Agriculture, I suggest that many
unemployed young woman could
t-e helped by becoming *Tarmer-
Ce overalls supplied and
modern methodsfood etc. looked
into. Interest must be revived In
our land, as "the country is the
pride of Barbados". Sorry I em
not .iWe to help my country In this
way
There is no disgrace to this
work, but It must be made attrac-
I modernised.
Win thanks
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\vrn\i>n\Y October 11, iso
BARHUMK ADVOCATE
pace five
Chelsea^ibke* GOOD WISHES
Over t^Sx.A.
Headquarters
t
ran //.
SPEAKER
Members of the House of
Assembly si their meeting Mffar*
*THI. OLD V M < A Mead- lay. npfMWrl ihe wish thai the
1 Kb Ronow Mi K N
Hushartds and his wife will
Thej are altering ttw * 'aie Wmi to England
I pleasant time while then-
In Station. The Sjieaker was In Ihe Chair
Win 11 this u completed ihe """ ">c last lime before starting
large laua al the .rear *f Ihe " ta-irip tor the United King-
building, which was formerh ,lom "here he and his witv ..ill
used as the Y.M.C.A playlWld. allend the opening ceremony of
will be turned into a parking area 'he n*w House of Commons
nMoraHi can leave their **r- C. H. Adanu said: Now
kl at work in th cit3 or that Y0*"" Honour is about to leave
on a visit. Us. I would like to wish you and
The Chelsea Garage Store. *ur wlie on hehalf of Ihe mem-
which wan situated in the D M '*n ot ,h* House, a.safe voyage
Simpson building at Trafalgar and *" interesting inr in Eng-
Stu.t has already been removed limd
t< Pinfold Street and \s now hous- u bound to ba interesting
<-cf in the section her* Scout ,tom ln* historical ceremonial
meetings and debate* were once P0"" of vww and hoP* ln oln
held respects. I hope you will come
The SerW Station will'be at **** refreshed as when you
the front to Pinfold Street and rWurr,I *rom the United King-
theif will be two drive ways The dom on the lmsI occ,uUon hd that
floor will bo concreted Office* -vou Wl" * *Prd "* years to
will be on the second storey and pr.M,d* Rv*r ** *"""' of thi
the .ash desk for gas and oil on a"
$153,000 MORE 2,000
FOR SEAWELL Loan
Asked
"SOME members of the Mouse of Assembly jri
lid have bMH son1-' pro-
vlslon In thi . Seawell, t.
the era i| mme local labour. They hoped that in
Ihe granting oi any lurther contract of a similar nature.
such provision would be made.
Mr. A Oder
Complains
The House were discussing .1
"upplementarv Resolution for
$153,829 11 was passed
The Resolution *- kj
mant the Estimate--
Part I. Capital, and is show <
the Supplemerturi F
I No 10
IMaV-M
Dr. H. G CaausUii. gfeoead ft
ancient Houst
j *- .Mill ii,i .y..
the bottom flior. A repair shop *m "ur,> lnal among the
will be built on whal was form- STS? fft/S1
erly Ihe Y.M C A lawn tennis H10 "P"n* of tbc new House of
field Commons, will be the justifiable
The contractor It Mr. John B f1*"1, of Pres'ing over un Asscm-
Deane bl>' *** * second only to one other
An employee of that firm told ,n *"* British Empire ..ft- th.
the "Advocate- vcterdav that H the* expect the changes" to be ". something in ihe Wes*.
rompleted by January He said ln .if".to f proud of "' flnV *"
thai it will bo mm* mew com-- ' 'neir existence, more esnecmlh
fortohle to have garage, Service now,'hal * hoping art
Station and Store under the same *fU,ulrt 8" forward 111 the future
roof B* a shi8'e entity | think thai
we in this House should ic ex-
Tllt V M <* A lllADUlAlt. tremaJy glad to remember that
TtRS is now comolttcl>- ours is a long and honourable
removed to Union Lodge. The parliamentary tradition.
;niaiiKemcnts made for games and 1 have no doubt Mr. Speaker
other activities are working well that you will uphold the dignity
and the best possible use is being of the Speakcrship of ihi- Kou
made of all space. I wish you and your wife (fed
Mr. H. H. Williams, Secretary speed and safe return
of Ihe "V," told the Advacaie that Mr WHkhmon said Yrmr Ilon-
all members are anxiously looking our. I beg to associate mv-e | irith
focward to the day when activities the n-maik.- ot the hon. sen'or
will oegin at the new headquarters mcn.ber for Si .1.
t Wakencld". They are aUo hop- We are proud Ihal you and
m; that all the trees will soon be- your wife have been naked to
ad the ground levelled. .- pre en| this House on such an
U>> Went, local Bee-Man. L' at hlrloric occasion, and w.
working on a hive which lv hoped that you and Mrs. Hus-
1 tad in the roof of "Wake- bands will have a very interest-
held." He (ftiilt a box for the bees Ing time.
and is hoping that they will all We know that when you come
enter their new home as soon as back you will tell us ot the Icnowl-
pnsaihal edge and experience you have
T..K AMOUNT , ta* ta-srt.w:ursJs^!j,lx
X Probyn Street has increased Assembly for many many years
and a new bread cart vendor has HU Honour said Gentlemen. 1
i>.'cmly taken up his position nm vcrv glnd to receive vour
there. The majority of these hearty wishes which I 'eel .11.
hawkers sell fruit, nutJ and sweets know are Mm ere
and on many occasaenl fftiajt -prove j leave this island to reptesent
to passengers making on,. f ihP oldest parliaments in
ihe British Empire, I am full>
'Stock farm.....Stock farm'"
' Out of order These were the
cries which interspersed the passing of Ihe Hrsolutuq.aiKi Mr
debate when Mr Alidcr. iL) nv F L Walcott econded
^peaklllK the House Under the Head t:ust. Ml
ol AalgfnbK on htaad X\ 1 de.i!- W. A t'ra*rrd saM tha: when
ing with fodder for use at the >ome extension work astjj i-emg
Sun-k farm al ihe Prison. di.ne on Seawell some ye.r ago.
Mr Allder said 1h.it many per- the result was thai there was a
ons who came out of prison told considerable amount (jef money
bin. of the unsuitable condition: > uvulation locally
obtaining there He felt that it Now that one and a half mll-
Wfadd be wrong to vote money hon dollars werr being spent. o
for department like thai much mechanical rquipnx ,1
_. bring used, and s<> many .>( ih.
That dejwrtment. he said, was highest paid cmplu.. .-.-.. 1 ,
1 a) channel lru,irle.i nrorn abroad, thu ihe
lipetJng with the peasants money from the Job circulated
here was almost Infinitesimal, and
Under Head XV11Government the circulation made htir.ll> mj
Industrial Sefaooll Or. tumalm impact on local trade.
tL> said thai under the new Mr Crawford made the sug^ei-
.iiruiigenieuii.. the cftOOl leachers llon 'hat attention shouli be
Of the Industnul School would ! ',J|1' lo 1h'' PO"'bilit> of
"X" dollai- u BtJan ind -hen in "' "> contract under which the
.-.riditioniil IS t-.......,t nlsa rO. work *->\ y * done clauses
extra dutlfg whicli would ensure that the min-
Mr. CrawnsrdH 1 | thai what imum amoun1 of machinery wa<
was necessary at the Oov- "f and ,he n>KhTium amount
eniment IflrJUftrtal School was0' lo"'al labourcomparalle .f
Pdeouately trained tencher* to u"e, "JJJ ,h'" ***9 "' >bc
1-x.k after ihe .nsiitulion Tho w\ mal%9, ,ot conjUder.blc
tinu' na" Members of regret. Mr. Crawford said, thai
the stafl rikOttld b> RIVWI special provision had nut len made to
training to enable them in per- ensure that more of Ihe moncv
retrn their dut'ag erTectlvaly. >* expended on tb< I
nirport was nol lieiiiR cm-uhded In
lofty
Mr. R. a Map* (Ll said thai
vhita he iiui not ses bsw n would
Ik- practical lo write into an> terms
or a contract, thai tin
of machinery should be used.
The head was then .
IR. 20. 21. 22
11 it and i.s v..:
without comment Thi
with Commissioners ol I
Education. Oepurtmenl Of S<
enee nnrt AirricuHvire. Medic 11
l^.-tM,,,,- Barbados Regiment. gt'Sea\raII,'?TTt "srST aMCtf^i
p..H.e Werk- rVpariment Sub- fmn. the questions which hi, been
sldics and flmntt Miscellanea;* ^kpii in lne Houw .nd ,, com.
..nrl n.-n*h p,aints which had been received
Airport and Rousini |,y members that there were many
loopholes in the contract for Sim-
Puii<
Board re)
haste to catch 'buses.
-. ...... -------------- I III- IHH.-I. I,.,l|i,ii- I Mill 11.1
one hawfcer yesterday had a conscious of the honour that h
low or breadfruit extending across >, bestowed upon me, and I can
the blond nearly lo the space nly hove that when I go lo Knf-
. OTMrl,-if'_trt bl,1f8- 'and. to be truly representaiiv
A *r.n (itTTt.R has been built ,,f ;)|i (hat is honourable and best
i. a. across the road at the en- in Barbados and especially this
trance from Probyn Street to ncient and historic Chamber. 1
Jurduns Lane. The gutter that hope when I return to be able to
was formerly at this point was tell vou of my experiences.
fairly deep and water collected.
This new gutter is more shallow.
MANY I'hllt.STKIANM * now
ureuniiiined to the Crossing
LanoJ 111 llroad Street but they
are sit ill a few who are nttJ gf too
lazy to walk to a crossing lane or
intend to break this rule.
The Advocate representative
stood ii at one point yesterday
and noticed that over 2(1 people
crossed the road Just a lew yard
away from
Animals Must
Stop Crossing
Seawell Airimrt
well.
These would teach the House
and Government a lesson he said
One of the loopholes in the
present contract was that which
allowed the Arm doing the \i.ik
at Seawell to bring to ihe Island
over forty Trinidad workmen
or technicians without m.ik'iv
sure as to whether or not such
employees could In* obtained
here.
Trinidad was the very colony
which had recently put | restric-
tion on worker- enlei Tig there to
compete with labour in that col-
ony
They could only hope that in
future there would be no oppor-
-. tunllv lor a repetition of lha mal-
Mr. Crarttini wanted u> kno* ,._ raimilained of
The .ninexed Ruinates dealing
with the Post Offlee
thout loinment
I the resolution was put
lo the vote, on ihe motion of Mi
Crawford. Head XXIII. Meili-
cal Departmentswas rci mtntl
ted
Mr. Crawford said that under
1 BWCfel [ F
the paying of exienses of sending
1 Itnai 11
Hospital to ii ildad and En tha
ntalntskoanoB wul treatmant in s
1 there The nurs" hud
contracted ;i SSjgiOUa dilfWI I
execution of her duties at the
'.,. .,.., i;. .1 Hi.'-iu'-.t
the nnr." would -'ill l>e draw
Mil snla
i>i Cummlng
lane within ten min- socks to pr
pie from v
The House ol Assembly yester-
la.v passed a Bin to provide
the management, control ami su-
pervision of Seawell Airport It
vent animals and poo-
pi-VDE SANUIFORD of BIbby X!ly.--------"""'"' """" 'hC ""'
VJ Gap, Halls Road, reported Mr. K L Walcott (L| who
lhat $53 In cash was stolen from moved the passing of the bill said
his home on Monday. Leotta tl w*5 dangerous lor n I
Springer of Fruitful Hill. St. Jos- animals to walk across the run-
eph, told the Police that a sum of waj '*nd lh ,v wllc ^ylbg to erase
money was removed from her ,he, *",er bcfo,c "rt>thing hap-
home over the week-end. P"g Briin T*Hr. m LINKS in the Cor- would have to bo instUled In the
I bin's area ol St. Andrew are mln'^ f ,fc" ? tha,1 S!ey
now beini; extended n, fr "hould be impartial and thev
higher part of Cor-
bin's had to go as far as Bailey's
Gap for water.
Iast week a labour gang under
Mr. Bradshaw, carried out the
laying of the new pipe lines for
1 lie extension.
'-plIE ST. SIMONS CHURCH.
* St. Andrew, was recently
rompleted. This district has been
without the uses of a chucrh for a
few years and no doubt residents
will welcome It.
The building is of concrete
block and the roof
vehicles parking, irrespective ol
who the owner of a vehicle might
be.
said that lie _. ,, -
TA^" Nor airy Godmother
Al HastingK Houst*
From page 1
[tMli with qualified West InosBl
This process will be made all Ihe
iifuS pay durmi (iiSlei when tnp admlrablc prom.
,L'_'"'" i"r"_ ise or the University College of the
West Indies bears fruit
Hasten Not Retartl
I have tried lo indicate trie l*i-
lo.iin direction* In whi'li .1 SJU
W.' can meel definite OOedi in th
linii^ii Wfifil IndfeM Of 10-day
First, by ofTcring a nrst-rata ad-
vUory service in many technical
subjects To name only a lew ol
these. there are agricultural,
health, education, engineering,
economics, and Ihe technique of
bringing information to the peopli
of Civil Servants and theref.'vc
the normal regulation* will t>c
.. i,- 1
Mr Crawford Mid thai thi
Illness would take s'>me tmi"
Id in- ,> .1
again, and he did not think Ihe
she would be 1
tho full length
iu Drtrl that the nurse shoul
be given her full salary during
11 ;.t the hospital ami also
during the icriod of OOftvalM
cence He said thai tiiat should
hold good for any similar can
Tho resolution was then passed.
Sea Island Cotton
Bill Passed
A Mill making provision fur
ASHOrV will be given by Uv>
Mobile Cinema at Admiralty
Pasture St. Philip ul 8 o'clock
tonight for the benefit of the res-
idents of Six Hoads area.
MESSRS BARNES Co's
building a-. Bridge Street
was recently painted In a coat
ol white. This showed up beau-
cred with tifully yesterday against a back-
i-bestos. The contractor was Mr ground of thick dark clouds.
r Skinner Formerly this building could
BRIIMiFTOWN was extremely not be seen from Broad Street
hot vefderda* morning The but since the road was widened
temperature read over M degree* at the corner of Bridge Street, it
Fahrenheit in the shade, bv* can be seen from a dW
hortly bafora RIM day th'ek f\V THE EfflHT rralBc offence-
ciourfs blotted out ihr* sim's Bgyi KJ m irflad on fna Police Repert 1
Loud peals, of thunder could l* y*tirday. six rao-.ori'.l- wen-
beard and (be dav uecame very reported for exceeding the speed
>rk Many offices in the cRy "
had to resort ta electric llgh'1
After mid day the temperature
dropped by iVs-o degre n BOM
nf'cr. Intermitient shower', fell
,.n these continued for the better
part of rtie day.
In St Thomas rain poured from
about 11 ,g.m
evening
There was noe charge for nol
Mapping at n Major Road end
another for driving without due
< -re and attention.
THE POLICE BAND, under
Copt. C E. Ralson. will
piay fcr a Charily Concert a:
until late in ihe 8 o'clock tonight at St. Clement's
Boys' School. St Lucy.
...iportallon Into this island Second, by the provision 01 < of articles made of Sea Island ire for joint study, by repreaenta-
Cotton free f duty for a period lives of Ihe West Indian Govern-
1 one roil froa passed by the menu, of problems which afreet
House ol Assembly yesterday. the prosperity anil welt.-re ol
Mr M E Cox tLl who took them all. You should lie able to
ehargg. ol the Hill referred ho.i measure our success Ml these Iwj
ourable members lo the objects directions when you read Sir
and reasons which staled th it Hubert Ranee's report on the
llw Hill SOUghl to re-enact for a Organization for the la
further period of "he r*ar, pro- years, and, I hope, the further re-
visions similar to those contained ports we shall issue in future
in the Veal Indian Sea Island years. Incidentally. I think you
Cotton 1 Exemption from duly1, will be surprised lo lind how little
Act 1947 ihe Organization costs each year
We are not at all apprehensiv
of your verdict, exiejit lhat we are
so few in number lhat Ihara ,,i
many ji.bs WO have Dot been -hi
to t ckle What I am moaf tmloui
for. myself, is that toe Went India
should ICCOguise that we can nlvfl
sincere and disinterested service
in many directions, and should
use us for all we are worth. We
fa brrtng to hasten and not re-
tard, the day when all these JbJosja
we are now seeking to do will
be done by West Indians for the
West Indies.
W hat's On Today
Maattagi Okaaabar af Oata-
merre >i : 11 m
Mohl'e Cinema. Admiralty
I-..-IUI. SI. Philip, si
7.St p m
Police Band Concert St
Clement | Bo>' Si ho.il
Pasture. fJS i.urv I M
For Burial Grounds
Th,- Legislative Council met at
z p.m yesterday The followio;
message, from His Excellent
t'c Governor were re
t'C Co*mcil
ition 01 Rcpresenlatlvt*
from Barbadm to the Fourth
Session of the Wast
Conference to be held h
Curacao
Expression of appreciation by
the (.nvcinmrnl of Ann u.i
Tor the coniribuimn from
iiarbados towards the relW
of the suffering caused '>.
the recent hurricane in
Antisua
Invilauon to the Senior Mem>i
Presiding of the legislative
Council t.t attend live opening
.eremony of (he new Trim-
dad Legislative Council
TtM Ifon'hle ihe Acting Colonial
^Secretary laid the lollowinK
documents:
ll", iimeiils
RcjKirt of ihe ComrfUassonai
the Department of the Archi
lect and Town Planimui
Officer.
H port of the Harbour an I
Shipping Detriment for '.
year 10g
Statement showing Gross Cut.
toms and Excise Receipts R
lour months ende I 31st Juh,
19M.
Borbadoa nine n^ok 1940-47
Hon-bla c, n Evelyn presentei
, petJUon ti-mi the Vestry of lh-
parish Of Chnsi Church prajkil
f r permisaiiHi ra n. Vmb |
raise a loan of l.50 to enal.le
IEH Etonltorj Commissioners ..f
thai parlgti 1.. puroha*
col lector
lhMi'ble V C Gale |Wesente.l I
puUttan Hon. the Vesrrv of ,h-
I'.iM.-h of St Joseph asking f.-
parnUBBjion to raise a loan not
exceeding- 2.000 i enclose th-
burial grounds of the parisa
church and St. Ann's Church 1:1
Ihal parish
Hon'ble A. G. Olttoni present ,,
.. iK'lltion from the VeMi. ,>f th
I'arish of Christ Church prayini;
i>ennivsion for the Highwuv
t cimmissloners of that |>nrisri to
pay gratuity to two r their
srnplopgaa,
1 i.ivelhn:: AlUiuance
Hi.u'l.le A G Gitteiis. present
"'d another petition from th
ve 11. ,r ihnst chum, pmyln
permission In pay triive!
10 the lusiwctor fl
Mi.- Hran
The Council passed reso'udoii
for the sum f.f $4,200 lo suppl-
menl the Estimates 1060-51, par.
I Current, a. shown in Ihe Sup-
fttari Ksiimates IMO.ii
No 23. which form the Schedul-
to th s Resolution to approve .Ii
Order entitled -The Civil Estaii
lishment (General) (Amemlinin:
No. 8 Order, 1950 rnadg
Gnvernor-in-Executive Conimii
tee 011 tlie 24th day of Augu<*.
1950. under the provisions of Se
lion 3 of the Civil EstabUshmen'
Acl. 1949: for the sum of g3.gu.
lo supplement tlie Estimate* IMO-
SI. Part II, Capital, as shown In
the Supplementary Estimate
1950-M No 20. which form Ihe
Schedu'c to this ResoluUon fn
the Mini uf 13.000 to supplement
the Estimates 195051 par'.
1 > 1 'lit. as shown in the Sup-
pirn.cnlary Estimates 1950-01, No
II, *h|rh form the Schedule to this
Resolution
Ann eslhet 1st
Crther resolutions passed wer.
those to authorise the Govern-
ment lo enter into an agreement
wllh a person to serve In the
Barbados General Hospital in the
office of Anaesthetist: to flx, with
tract from the 1st October, 1950
UM -oi mail po-tago on letter-
postcards and niih-tter forms ad-
dressed lo any di-'uialion et ou*.
111 column on < hereto, at the rate sat out nume
diately oppos;Ie such destination
in column two of the said sche-
dule: to fix. with effect from the
1 srtobar, 1950. the air mail
postage rale on printed matter
(including hooks, commercial pa-
patl md newspapers) addressed
to Great Britain
The Council passed bills to an
!hon drevi t" born 1 im not n-
1 eading C 1 000 foi 1 omplatJni Ui
new raof of ihe parish Church
and for oilier matlers: to Incoi
ThO Syii.Ko^ue Buriui
Con rintT... inn \ agoan
the Christ Church Parish Ww-
Act. 1948
The Council postponed consul-
/eatlon of a bill to amend thi
Colonial Treasurer's Act. 1891
The Council adjourned sine dtr
Legislators
Invited To
Opening
OF TDAD IfG. CO.
The OevOTnsnani ui Trlatdi
t manili
of the IxigL-liitivr Vmiiuil,
the absence of His Honour t
President, and the Deput.
Si-.ikci of the House of Assem
b'y m the absence of Ht
Honour the Speaker, lo thi
opening ceremony on Frlda
October 20 of the Legislate
Council of Trinidad and Tobag
appointed under the new Trill
dad and Tobago t'onsiitutixn
This was revealed to the
bers of the I^egislativi-
yesterday In a message trei
Ills Excellency the Governor an'
later m the afternoon ti> tl
House of Assembly in a slmila'
The message stated that lh
Government of Trinidad wou'
he pleased to pay all hotel e*
psjBgBSj but regrelted lhat '1
could not meet the cost ef
pBfgajgJM
Sunpternantary Estimate*
meet the cost of the latter *im
tie submitted to the Kegislatui-'
the oMBSfesSjl suited
Wild Cotton
Spoils Market
Native wild cotton is the ordm
ary Barbados cotton of man.
years ago. II has a staple of onh
5/8 of an inch long and is of lit',
value. Mi A de 1 Inn is*. Man
aging Director of the UartKidi
Co-operative Cotton Factory Ltd
tolii the Advocate" yesterday.
A bill to provide for the eradi-
cation of this native wild cotton
was passed yesieniay by th-
House of Asaernbly with gn
aiueudmeni made bj tin* Lagdfni
live t'ouncil
Mi Inniss said that if this Wild
cotton gets mixed with Ihe supei -
One sea island cotton linl which
has a staple of 2H Inches, everi-
tiling points to the fuel thai whan
it .ii lives in Kngland and it 1
found that our sea island cotton ll
naiad wftli this lifdlffattoisi stuff,
it may Im- rejected
In the past, under the present
Act, this cotton could only be ron-
trotJad dialing the closed season of
two months. An amendment ta
tlie Act however provides that the
Director of Agriculture and his
staff will have the power to des-
Iro\ ii ;it any time and whercve-
it ll found.
The native wild cotton is used
for the tlifting or cushions where-
as ihe mm island cotton is used
foi making some of the finest
IJiknIs (,M.tuced in Ihe WOtid
At present, an offer of 5a a
pound lint has been made for
Ihe 1951 crop
BYFJORD"
BRINGS FLOUR
Bom :i.S78 bags of flour
ai rived in the island from New
York yesterdaj bj the ss im
lord '
The hipmenl was consigned to
Messrs. Hoheit Thorn Lid and
Messrs, i)a Costa & Co. LM
Tha "Byfjord" also brought 470
sacks or outs and supplies of bran,
pickled po.k. foodstuffs and .loth
ing.
It sailed IhsI nitfhl for St Vin
cent
A cargo of coroaiiuts, plantains
fresn fruit, charcoal and coconu'
oil arrived from St Lucia yester-
day by ihe motor vessel "I-ad*
Joy."
Also arriving was the "Gardenia
W" whuh brought from Trinidac
supplies of tlbre. fresli fruit ano
other general cargo.
MESSRS. A S 1IRV1>I:N x SONS BARBADOS). LTD.,
PO BOX 403- BRIDGETOWN, H\RHADOS
SHOES
SMART STYLES in
BLACK BOX CALF AND VICI KID
BROWN CALF (Brofuet and Oxford.!
OUR WIDE RANGE OF SIZES
AND FITTINGS ENSURES A
PERFECT FIT.
ASK Foa
"K" SHOES
They Last
Longer.
Look Better.
AND
Give Greater
Foot Comfort
HARRISONS
LOCAL DISIIIUIO5
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Fully Kii-hiiinrd lu:.li Iwisl Nvlcm ItwklBfl rim-Iully
rxuiiiini'd itnd NlM lo conform lo rorri'ct Morli'>
EACH----------------------------}L.L1
Cave Shepherd Co., Ltd.
10, II, 12. & 13 Broad Street
V.VAV.V.V.V.V.V.
PURINA I II O WS
For Poultry anil MAwnlock
"Sfi THE DIFFERENCE PUdlNA MAKES'
a
w*
aoooooooc>cssoocsos>os>oo l. I I O \ I I > 1
A RUBBER FLOOR COVERING
In 4 BEAUTirUL PATTERNS
3 FXET WIDE $3 32 Yd
SUITABLE FOR BATHROOM. PASSAGE
Or MOTOR CAR MATS Etc
CALL AND SECVRt YOVRS EARLY
T.HERBERT Ltd.
Ir.Jurporati!
1 Mo-
ll Roebuck Street
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; "On Um it"" all day and g
[ n sssgadag rUMraa n^rd acfti
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l ! I gala vrit'lil il 1- lull
ihrir grosrlagj basiiM Bead. I
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EIKTRODES.
HAMSII 1INNKI1 HAMN 1 Kiln ml)
DANDI riNNKI> HAMH 1: Klin rarh
DAM1M IVOU lAVSAOn Vrr lia
l)AN|->|| i HK'KF.N RROTII frr tin
DANISH t'HKKSK WAFIKS l>r pki.......
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SPARKLING 111 11 Bt'RGI'ANDV Small bol.
DRV MOVOI'llll rilAMFAGNK Hm^ll n>t
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Your enqulftoi fot WEL01NO PI-ANTS ami equipment
five piompt attention from our experiencad
Stan*. All types ol Ferrous and Non-Feirous ELEC-
TKODKS available ex stock.
IIKITISH OXYGEN" WELDING AND CUTTING
EQUIPMENT
Wg LnvlU you to inspect our stock of standard items.
Special enquiries will receive our immediate advice
and attention.
MAIM.ISS STEEL FABRICATIONS'FIRTH
BROWN"
WR have now in stock STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS
and are fullv equipped to handle fabrications to your
: acid resisting steel.
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PACI SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1M
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
WALT DISC

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A quick rub with u sprinkle of
Vim on a damp clolhand surfaces
arc bright and shining. Vim gets
rid of grease
so quickly and
M)IE
BY CHIC YOUN_G

T r W-TTE BE CAREFUL
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2Sr
VIM
1-.-^l .UVit^
cleans everything
smoothly and speedily
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MCMANUS
Met. eta a TSfcC' I TM* "*WCI F "-' STAV8D : -tsiow 1 BE PLE*j6D L
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ALEX RAYMOND

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SAIL9QST1 I *VE 6Aii_'MJBS ^mrin ,
COUNT?
LOODCUCKBtSl
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|n about
1mss. ii mj6ts
o eiMx-rs thsm_
(NSrSTsNTl
'PHLIU good look' tell you they refill r, -'it.
You know, loo, when you look at the price
tag, that you can't Bet finer value, llluvtrated
in a Tan Oxford hoe for Bays and Youth.
Tied to every pair i the .lolm \\ liile liiiarau.
tee Shieldthe -igu v. hi. h iim-.ui- put right I
1 >>i,L for it in leading -tor,-- in llarhado*.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right
IP ncuei aw ox mowux '
AAY QARL-N36... COV
' BUSINESS AgCjT THE ;
gf-, MIDOIN5.,,
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"lFTY TWOUfcANO/WBOC I SMALL AAARRY THf CH
LIRAl^.-----------< AAAtHiCAN ueRBMl *OuLD
1^^ *" V^ITN NDU D*AL WITH A
THE PHANTOM
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BY LEE
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unumactiun \\jhemonev-
THEM A WEEK 460. Oil CCN'r
NOwTHEVVEGOTIOulN BELIEVE '
TWMIUION RANK* y\TMEYK
DEAD.
WE YE SOTVUi/NAP-rafBEHUB'
TO STACT / ) ITfe IMPOSSIBLE TO
UNP THEM TH JUWU,
l< FULL OF
N6CATS
FALK & RAY
vouU MtVteSEE ]
MOORES
lOOKINfr
FOR THEM.
WM. FOGARTY LTD.
TAILORING DEPT.
SILVER ANNIVERSARY
YEAR *r
and \2!!"2l' *"""' "''""" W value-wu* shoppers,
oraJflaJor Jr* p"r"cu1"' bou' Cu'- S""e "d Hni.1.
Make IWpernul nhmlon now. from unon, the Eilmiiin
;r! S,': ... >ll.l.KNS. WOItSTED. Tltul'ILAl. SUITINGS
STOHT4 TL 5^riK"' F'-AN'"!LS. SBOW. HARRIS ANU
r" *'"'!* T\\ EKDS. now mi dlaolav in nur WIV11 I Fwt
OEPABTMKXT. atuplav In our WOOLLENS
GIVE A THOUGHT
TO QUALITY*
SHOP
AT
FOGARTY'S
OrrhTl
thai hi..' feeling of
warmth and comfort you get
on chcM .im1 bock when you
nib on plrattnt VapoRub. Il
work* miUtm Itkr j ptxiltic*,
"drawing ouc" Jihy :ight-
i" At iht umc clmt .
nft'll"" thot soothing medi-
cinal vapours released by
VapoRub! They work insiJt
tlu- itmatcd air-paisages,
and cleat siufly nose, case
sore lhro.ii. c.ilm coughing
This '.iiMjf-outs.de'" action
continues for houtsdurlnf
sleep Lsually, by morning,
the worst of the cold Is over.
Tkttti a
SLSCO Paint (at wetu
put pa'a .
SISSONS BROTHERS
fc COMPANY, LTD .
olM'O PAINTSStuckM by T HarlM'it
l.tU P1>ntIU>it< LW ( ' ,v < . 11
lido. Co-orwrativ* Cutwti Paciory, N
II Ht.wrll. a W HuUlaioon it C- .
Ltd T J Sm!v. CottMil 1'vjndi -. U
Watkm* Co C Ptrt C" .
I.'d Mannlnc A Co Ltd. and 11-
*rtoa4oa Hird>* Co lid
USED TO
DREAD
WORK
UNTIL- '
H L.st Mm Palm M hit A nui
No wonder tfale man dreedet
x jirut tci work, for rbeumatta
pal as Is his arms made It torture
to use them. Tel to-day ha fsela
fitter u.an eisr ati 1 work U a
pleeeure. as he tails Id his latter l
*I had beea snfTerlBf from
rheumatism vary badly and bed
auch pains In my arms I scarcely
knew how to use them Than I
was told to try Kruschan Salts.
and after ualng one bottle I
found relief. So. of oourse, I have
kept on with It. em bow thor-
oughly battsr end have never fait
so fit for years. I used to feel
mlnerable and aluttittsh. but now
It is a pleasure to work instead
ofadread."B.&
The pains end -utffneee of
rheumatism are usually caused
by deposits of eKceas uric acid In
the muscles and Joints. Kruachen
stimulates the kidneys and other
intestinal organs to regular
healthy action so that all the
excess uric acid Is ei pel led
through the natural channels.
When that goes, aches and pains
go too. Freshness and vigour
are restored
If yon are troubled with rheu-
matism, give Kr i '-h'-n a trial
yourself. You can g*t it from
all Chemists and Stores.
yi->'^v>v',v*,*>
OH! MOTHKt
And She Applies - -
SACROOL
Beeause Sacroal Conquers
PAD.
Oa gala at - -
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WEDNESDAY, OOTOnFR II, 1930
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PACE SEVEN
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THANKS


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MECHANICAL
On. hand operate,! BACON SIJrlNC.
MACHINE Apply B V. Broil A C<
Ltd Whll-MU IJ I W II
ELECTRICAL
live Cub foo
G B C Ret Nv. SSI*
o*nn moving la non Bm-
C. Ward. Ii> *' Michael

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MISCELLANEOUS
ANTIUUEB Of MM dccrtpf.
Mm, old j0 WatcrcoetMir- Early hooka. Map* Auti
graphi e"e at Go it Inge. AnllQiM Shop
>g Royal Yaehl Club
a t.Mi.
mix rrit
Cold. Try
Noel Roach
uauri oooon
Par InSBsasa, cougha.
Itucktoyi con."
d. Son*. Spcighialown
For thai bright m
Ilia- Toolh PMt .
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KN.I.II
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URH WILKINs-
(HArKril' rmURTMAR DTTORA
-S. TOYS. f"r '<
Aominl liai.iar Plea** hup Ihr "If
,L* by making -out Chrmi-
nUMM I I" -> Jn
Owing Viola we tvr ieduied the lane Bn
from Mr to Mc and the *m.ll fton
*4V t.. 34c. -i boy now
KNIGHT'S Ltd
II 10 103n
I'AINTINC BSrr El"' 'i'
-i flood condition S
Ownn movina to non Electric area
Q WARD l*.i
NrrKl-ETS lei Gold Necklet*
*,> TtrM*4 Jeweller. Bolton I*ne
ii io bo-Ib
I >n Lane
10. SO-an
. | -a<- k "Selto" Denial
moirn nnd Teelli and
Prier Tc bdl.
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ling on I1. acre* of land u>
re*. and d-eilmg MM aland.
ng on t acre* of land al Kntari'lae.
he above
vi-tioned rnwiifi
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MaiBBl >; OOBBIN
farochial Traki n
er cd K.nMr-alon
N. Rind rontabelle Hm lloua* con
..*d Gallery. 1 DrawlM and
Uinind Nuoaa. 1 Bedroom*, Kite*aHa.
-oilot mul BoUt CJaa M ol Urnl
There arc aovoral Coconut and Bl
I aM in :iic ynrd alao a Uari
al Mil to ib.

notici
Tilt Tea-Moom and LU
>priiiiis cot MondU IkUi M '
(Snort o( cakta and prer>e. i
ukM to aend m Ihetr fioid on Iht
morning of lb Mih 10 I* S-dn
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QUEENS COLLEGE
ENTRANCE EXAMINATrONS
1950
1 The
.- Britraiwra EuaaMala:.- ui
bo clOMd on the lOi * t> law,
1W0 No .p^. ,-.ii.hi.
.i .it., mi. date
. College

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'-.'TH-
AI .KXANOK A
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Venti i
I The
SCHOOL

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...
on Pri.lay. Nov IMI>
i.iiuiidair- ho were 10 >eaia oi ag
Jui> il.i IBM. and n. Sat
- lllti. al ih am
linger t -
7 Paronia and Gua i .... h- i.l
their dii'K-' i.. >i i i
and navo not .
In applii
.i -,.
able Theeo Ii" I
irtuined I
I


. hool th. 0M
her age. oaoa ..
Ti-t Um l lomn
will be piiblxried In Ihli
Bm
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will be
Dee
NOTICE

rtlrkBwi ni i"
M. lor one oi
- tv Eihih.Uoiii. |aag
M the Girl.' Foundation School
Applicant* moM be di.*h:erH
IgMangd
rh Rood.
*BUI alx monthi
C.l-IKI-M-. .. fl

HU '>' IBBBI

from my offlci
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dallon Scbt-i I I
muat '
Clerk oi !
Chrl i I
mfmm:
Club l Aiv>
T 10 90 4n
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NOTICE
Application, tor ono or moro ratanl
SI. Miiliaei'a VeaUr Bxhlbmona al the
t. Michael'* GUla' Sch.->1. -ill be
revived by Iho Clk of Uve Veilry UP
o 4 o'clock p m on Fitda> IJth '.' '..-
*or ifdO
Candidatea mual bo Iba daughler. 01
pamhlowre in .tiaiionod elrcum.v-nc. I
r.,t maK nol be !ea> than r.ghl >o-
n-ota than Iwalvo III) yaan of agM an
iba 11*1 July. IMI, lo bo piovcd oy *
I Vrlirtiate which mual iccom-
AJsacnBi*,..
fed ol ihe time whan and Iho ptl M
heie Ihe Coamlnallon will bo he.il
Fmtin ol apotlcauon ran '
fioni iho Voatrf Clerk'* OflVce
liv ORDFJI
E. C. HtDUAN
Clerk, Bt Ulcli
L 10 SO- 7..
The under, anr.1 will let up
il ih.ir Ortice. No II High Blieel.
on Friday Ihe 13th day ol
October, al a B.m.
The Meaauoge or n*ellmghou*e atand-
ing on I,IT) xjnare icrt of land al
Upper Roebuck Blreet. above iho Mora-
viai. Chapel.
on applicallon to Mr
Branch, al Ihe Jmner> Shop opposite,
Sunday.
iri nilara arul ronditiona
of nale a p..
COTTUI CATI-CRD A CO
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NOTICI'
r;iuinai liUDLCY MUOHJC
NOTICr I" IIKBErlY OIVEN Uial
Gland Discovery
Restores Youth
In 24 Hours
SuRerer* from loea ol vigour, netrowe-
nraa. weak body. Impure llo-.l, failing:
memory, and who are "I.l and worn-oat
before (heir Uii'. will he i|. lighted lo laara
ol a n-w (land dlacovery l. an America*
Uoctor
it If ii- a Japavar) mm 11 i- -.' !" H
quickly and eaally realore vigour to lour
glanda nr,.1 hody. to build, rn h. pur* blec-l.
lo *ir*rigtlirn jour mli.d and memory and
f*el Ilk. a aow run in only I da>* In fact,
tbla dlacov.ry which i* a home medicine in
plea Kant uny-lo-take inMil form, does
balM >...ue and energy M I* keura.
PoTll la aher.lut.ly harmUaa aad natural it.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
SAI.l l ( RAH, MAOIINERY ET< AT ll 1 IKK KVARH
BKRMl'DA
Fullowiiik the decision lo clow H.M Dockyard in Rcrmudu, b
immbr. of \itsls, including tugs, tenders, barges and other ntia-
reUkiu-uus small boats .and u conaiderBble amount o( machinery and
i-guipiiH-nt rv to be sold In Bermuda. Purchase will be on a tender
basis. It U considered that the- vessel* md mu.hu;.|* .,<. .ni.ible btb
too numerous and varied Jo awll In Bermuda alone
3. This floBtlng stock hi lifted m a schedule rhkft Is ..
to inttTCwied persons for perusal .it Ihe Colonial Secrctiiry's Office.
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BARBADOS
t tin
i
ccac-I late ol Heniy'a Lane In Ihe p*ri-h
ol flamt Michael Ip Ihl* I .land who died
on the loth day ol April IBM,
.
their claim* duly alteated to the under
|
Mcaara llavnc* A GrlfPth. Ha
on or before the 90th day ol November
IW0 ofter whkh date 1 wi..n pr.Kc.t n. W f'l'fea Ht gunranu* prvte.
di-dlbulo the aaseta of the deceaeed / ** ",J
ing the. paruaa oouiled th.reto having I*eifors*_ Hanheect bsmT VHslily
miilng: dlarncrrv .
..I BreBl In Aner-
buted by all
re undr a fluaramee ofcom-
plele -.-.ll-f.ictli.n or mStia* bark In ether
V Iibt mini .1..-" you (e.1 full of
vigour and energy and liom IB lo N yeara
fi-Tabs
FURNITURE
BMHSB
regard .
i th.
Se llabl
1 lo .uch rlain
I had i
1 1 wll
i *
I OB YOlrB i-. i l: i v, ,
MIDI CONSULT
anifrkw ii snirrARi)
Hrpievenlinc
i ..alrdeiati... Ml* AMorlallaa
. 11 AKaLSTltONG I.TII.
I hlLKitrV >n V lAKllAOO.--
Tel. SBta
. aaaau or _
dlalribnted to any peraon af
debt or claim I hall nol then have ,
And all prruim indebted _
e-tate are rrque-bd lo aettle tholr m
debledneaa without delay.
Dated tin* ftlh (lav of September. IBM
i ajtcST in HKsroxiJ Marshall
Guallfled Admlnl-lralor of Ihe E.lale
Glllord Dudley Moore, deceaeed
4* 10 -
.,1
ol
WANTED
in i r
mm
....- apply in wriilng lo
it 4 Co IJd Do not acna
iritrlnii mltmonlal* unlna uh-ei|uent >
-, (J (;.\| VANl/.FD COHRUOATKD
SHEETS Prime nualltv 1 U S3 II -
l n an n H w per ahect Ob-
tainable from HARRISON'S HAIIDW ArbT.
till BENT
APARTMENT Al Coral Sanda
WorUiing, one full* furtilatied apart-
ment. 5 bedroom*, ailver and linen or
further particular. Dial SIJ4 Alma
laahley 10.10.50 l t ti
HOUSE LASACETA Rrighlon. On
Sea groat 1st Oct 1SS0 S*0 Oo per
t\s A TUDOR Ltd
Hoeburk i 10. IS.SOan
lll^TlltllJ-l
flillV furnlw>ed. from Docerr
V D Herbert Coroobe*.
WARYVHJJt." Ulaek
nig. dining. Htllng. 3
Appry
im>
-. BfllS
WtNBLOW-Cattle Waah. I
. -nlh ol November I
T Oooding. Birong II
Don. 81. Thoma*
I.OSI
VYATm I. Ladlea G(
. .th eipanding Gold nan.
. crack
Oct. Beiween R.^1
Iravea and Bhdvop a .
Finder will be suitably re
lellimlnri same la Ad' BBS
PERSONAL
The pobllc are hereby warned again*'
living: crrdl' to m> Wife Ol*. I
ASH8Y 'nee Yearwood. airl do nol
hold mv-elf re.pon.ihie lor her or any-
Tiira.iu>s an/ debt or detola
.
Igned by me
Blgi.e.1 SAM1-FJ
A SUM.
14 1- I
Bridgetown. Barbado*
TliF pul
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The public are Kan
to my *ll.
: Dvpeii.i
hold myaelf reaponalble lor hei
i.iiHracting i
i my
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Itch Germs
Killed in 7 Minutes
Tour akin I.** nearly ,-Jl million tiny sema
1 i le and
rlMe Itching, era
Huminc. Am
Scd MARTIN I
MIIHar. Koad
Ru.h llali
II 10 SOin
lenuy
nn um u ,
A0CKSSORIF.S
A Wlllr r. ,;: nf r. ,11. -- Quality
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at Rcaooniinlp I'riccn
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WIKINC ( 1,11'S
CEILING ROSES
jr.NCTION BOXFS
f*.r Btfbbar and l.i-ad CoviTi-d Cabl*
and a wide Variety of - -
SWITCHES
MH'KKT-UUTLETS
1*1.1.1. FU8HBS, ETC.
Wrile f..r PttaSl and Kxporl Trrms
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fit. f.lK. IIIAXSAII AMMM I
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as
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Sailing to TRINIDAD
Sc|>tembcr. 1B50
FARE $25,00 D W.I. Cy.
ASCOGNK Siillink to MartiiiKiur, Guadaloupe
PLYMOUTH and \ HAVRE on
the 2UI September. 195U
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CHECK UP ON THESE AND ORDER.
Apricots Pears Angostura Bl'.lers- Royal Baking Powdei
'..iK Fi.iin lliscuils lica I* Perin Sou. r Heel H..>t In.'
lloffl.it BeefRtdgway Coffee CurrnnU Da I ton's Essence
Jish Cukes Mux Chi-winK Gurn--Tinned Hams--2 11, B lb
Orange Juu-e Grape Fruit Julie I'Upple Juice Orange 4
,.r?,pe X1"11 Ji- Tomato Juice Jelly (Yv.i,,ls Nutnti..
Milk -Oviilthic Olive Oil in Tins M/,i.Mt>-e |.-.-. S' -.it
ment of Toilet Soaps
VOUNGEHS MILK STOUT
CHKAM OF VVHF.AT
The public -r. he-

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llilnnng. AeBe, RIBBtwerm, I'aorlaala,
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All IIIIN
UNDER THE SILVER
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Be up to date and buv your llooks at the
S. P. C. K. BOOK-SHOP
We have a fine selection of ull kinds of books suitable for all
aorta of people And with the arrival of the last ihlpmcnt
wonow have on display the following:
55 Y/;A.HS "F ??*3 (a B""k '" OlrU| by Noel Strealllel-!
THE KON--TIKI EXPEDITION by Thor Hevei.lah
V! 1:.d!*w.<;,*K ,s NEUT'*A' " F. Spencer Chamuui
HAUNTS OF HIGH AJ>VKNTUHE by Col. P T EUieitot,
SOUTH AMERICA CAU.ED THEM by Victor Von Hagrn
HISTORY OF CRICKET by Eric Parker (with over seventy
Illustrations)
Among our many Children's Hooks are the following
THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
THE GINGERBREAD HOY.
SNOW WHITE
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD
and PUSS IN BOOTS
(all with animated pictures) at 66c each
alao
DIIESSING DOLLS (made of Card with six dlft. r.-.n dtevi. .
and Hats)
Oh! we almost forgot to mention our fine assortment of
CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
^ t-HKISTMAS CARDS on dlsplsy NOW. so come early sold make
X your selection and post to your friends and relations over-
seas)
S BIRTHDAY CARDS (General as well as persons!)
\ CHILDREN S BIRTHDAY CARDS
;. and SYMPATHY CARDS
#*.< //.. #./#'# to lh<- Is/ Floor
C. F. HARRISON & CO., LTD.
and buy S. P. C. K. BOOKS
THE FACTS AB0!,T FRCi HTR BR.IATH
,,i sisapJ h '
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t and isa. arm navouai
tv LISTIItlNi FOOTH I
1 tea*
lick anger >iih ti.lu.IX I.UMcri.i.ni A.Hue,

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atiff joints? Aches? Sprains?
Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly
ot>f
!
You will (aal Sloan'i
good at once. It acts quid
loothet and comforts and drtvaa
out all inflammation.
doing you
iickly
I c as. itaaa aa rai aacaiT.
SLOANS Liniment
INDIGESTION?
Try Just
ONE
DOSE
Of This >
Just one doss Of
MACLKAN: BRAND
STOUACH POWDRR
i'li'"i l-'laiulcncc.
Heartburn. Nausea aoi
SioroaKh I'aitu due to
1...1.I- : .'.. PrOTt .1
Toursell today I Rut be
sura you get genuine
MACLLAN BRAND
&TIOMAC1I POWDBR
i tba alaDstare
ix.;MAtjJiA-i-.
TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH
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Hrhuul Children
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Ret of 4
II..li < .in-ii ii. ih.ii Seta
i ... -- n ,-,,- staplea
at
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PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER II. WH
Louis' Admirers
Are Shedding Tears
Hy limion 4 arvrr
NKW YORK
AMOMi SOME boxing fans and the writers for news-
papers LbtN Mtmi to be fonsidenibli' tear-shi-ddina over
the defeat of Joe Louis by Ezcard (the (iizzurd) Charles
a fortnight ago.
people should mourn the
HARBOUR LOG
In Carliile Bay

I C Oitton. 8*h Cj.
Coururilur ttth

. II *u
Way thy are doing about the
in<- Oiaaard pti
area! heavyweight ehaaurion U i
puzzle In (hrte Iminei
clncls
Sure II ;,* a little ; ad to 9C-
Louis thus pass from the seen
like the WMhfd mu rtumbMnua
that he was, tui h* persnnair
elected to iro thai Way for money
Anything as mercenary as
prize-flght should not rauae th
papulnce to become unduly upa*
Louis needed some ready cash, a
who doesn't but had the food for
tun* to be born for the flahttm
business and diaroverad by Mlk<
Jacob*.
For Heihura
The raat of u.-. nrtr gat eve*
and at torn* time or other pet
hapa took a beating (or plensun
and still owed our imome taxes
I-outs cot a Ov. *hjH kl in the rHBH
iti>d staved off Un.-lc Sainui-I tor .
while longer.
Unleta a sports writer la ex
tremcly careful he can let aentl
mem get him tied up all In knol
In a case of thla kind where Louis
the [Trent of ihr prewit generation
Anally wan carted away llfci
ordinary atlimnllilmill
The fact la that ho got pa*
t-ttar than a rwntred thoiwii<
dollars. Many of our daarea
friends take wnraa be-i >
and wind up worse off
Mad* By Jambs
Louis was made by Mike Jacob.,
and vice veisa, and wfaan th
former hiMvywelght fhamploi
finally 'feclded to come out
retirement for a pay day. lie
ballyhoo of old wan going fm hln
That he couldn't make II was tin
fortunate but not occasion for
Hood of tears.
He shouldn't have coma back It
the first place Those who pah
$80. to watch hln will agree !
this.
That was the price for nngald.
setitt130.00on that Wadneada
night for a fight that was no figh
at all. The people got thin
money's worth from the Mandpoin
that they can always saj they taw
Louis make Ida last stand
But they helped also to pay hi
back Income taxes when sure]
some among them faced the sam>
i problem. Louis Is nol the onl>
citizen with Income tax problems
no matter what vou have been
reading
Lucky
He just happens to be lucky
enough to square In* by ancptlnj;
a punch In the nose.
Tuklng u punch in the nose li
his profession or business, and li
*> huuDons that the rate of pay lot
such Is consldeialih gn
for following some other line of
endeavour
The average citizen hocks per
aonal belonging* or kocs to Jail to
get even with Mr. Whiskers AM
Louis had to do was belt and
got belted for 45 minutes.
1 may be wrong, but it socrm
to me he had an easy way out
because of hln peculiar profession
as a prize fighter.
In anv care. I ain't weeping
for him.
INS
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AHKIVALS
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In Touch With Barbados
Coait Station

Water Polo
Knockouts
TOMORROW
I m for th*- iitM round o.
Aa IMO vTaun PqIo Knockout
Competition look i
i the Baxbatdo
Aquatic dun during a Count!
Moellng of the Water Polo As
ta.s will meet Sword
Ish and Flying Fish have drawn
their old rivals Snappei
and RoiuliU) drew byes
.alches will be played
l.inni,,, (Thursday) afternoon
il the Amialit- Club I'lav bag|lU
at d |i n.
The Referee will be Majoi
A B Foster.
Million Must Rest
A1.CC MANAGER SAYS
PEKTH. Oct. 10
It is at present impossible to say
how long Lon Mutton's Injured
finger will keep him out of the
game. Brigadier M. A Green,
manager of the MCC team told
Renter tills to-day after the York-
shire player had seen a radiolo-
gist.
The radiologist said that he wn>
tislled there was no fracture and
thai later u doctor would pre-
scribe the necessary treatment
Rest was essential for the present
The Brigadier disclosed thai Ihc
veiling was caused by n thicken-
ing of the llbrcs, and it would
len.ain with Mutton all through
his life When asked whether the
I'nger would respond to treatment
the MCC manager replied that hr
never .suggested that It would not
lo so but that tt was essential
hat Hutton dirt not receive an*
>ther blow on the finger
Heater.
An;- assid
B Captain
I lliaiai.i
s It fj..irt M Oath ft 8 ft FL-"
-v s sto-. as
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tlnai-l*uc a rort DiupMr *S
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n US Oolftto. aft aova. a a Tam-
SI Alcoa fain tor ft ft Folim. ft ft
la. SS Huh ft ft Tu Draann.
it C T.ttllr. ftft Captain John D f
Seawell
i to
Mar.r! niarklum. Vlrlor BI-cKlxirn
(S.irri. nlachbuin. (Jtlimnr liiwabtirn
Janv Blackburn. K*mav Wa.ii.r-. Krgn^i.
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frnm ftT VIM BNT
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RESERVOIR LOCKED OFF
THK Government Hill ,..
voir was h>i kvtl ofl < tt in.,. |n
more thun nine hours an >
icsidentft of Ihe Ivy. Governmen.
Hill and the surrounding area'
< uid not get water.
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assaulted und beaten Oxcj
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In default of paying the fine.
Rock would serve 14 days im-
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Pork slapped Oxey m her face
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DOWN FOR SESSIONS
liK.JUdK WENT of Flint Hall
was yesterday turned down tot
i trie November sluing of ihe Court
of Grand Sosioru by Police
Magistrate, Mr. E. A. McLeod.
Went is charged with having
inflicted grevious bodily harm on
Wiiltcr Green on April 29.
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DAMASK NAPKINS KV. > 46t. rarh
KITIHIN rOH'I.LS ,7c. mrk
l|IIO\lU \\ OKI SS SHOP
-all day
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temi-T'itur tliat ma a) other BBMMb ,((. you will be
the cent n< of nit met i< u.. Thia ia the secret. Hhowerytur-
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Liberty Voils
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in pretty dcsii;u%
:t4i" with. Per vd.
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STOCK
AI Browne Ural-
Singh, B.G. Champ
(From Our Ot-n Corraanottderiii
GEORGETOWN, Oct. 10.
Under the floodlights at the
OT.C. ground Monday night.
Dewan Singh. B G.'s Lightweight
Champion suffered | trchnicni
K O by AI Browne, Feather-
weight Champion, inside 20 agca
of the second round of ID-
rounder, before a large yelling
crowd some roaring disapproval
The East India idol, who was
completely confused with the
speed and punching style of
Browne, was no match for the
accurate onetwo artilli-rv of the
Fcntherwelght king.
Singh came out fighting in the
second round, but the end came
sudden. Singh missed with a ter-
rific right and while slightly off
balanced Browne connected with a
short right which floored Singh
He tried to get up twice but as
Browne ran in to deliver the
coup de grace Singh rested his
gloves on the canvas
Refcrr? Tom Wheating called
an end to the light with more
than 90 seconds to go.
It was the first time Singh suf-
fered a kayoe in his profesaional
career.
Saurahtra 139 Alt Out
Commonwealth 108-4
RAJKOT. Wcslrm India.
Oct. 10
Tin- Coaanonenaltli touring
ricketers to-day dismissed Sau-
rahtra here for II* ami in repl>
sdored 108 for four wickets before
stumps were drawn for the dose
ot the Ural day's play
Keuler
"-"i -a r iiiiik 1 .. war .
i ding I1, aBN. Fun.tin- l'
Victor) 4 tlO't Nat U->( J |M
I Nal War Bond. B*a, in. aiu
T'dud Parents Fear
Kidnappers
'finiii Our 0n Corrvapoittli mi
PORT-OF-SI'AIN
Reports of kidnapping of
children in TTtntdad gn
fieqtient Sevei.il pen
v eacorting iheir children lo
and from school, and one head-
leather, in a rural district staled
thai this had hampered ittttldat1C<
at school for the past few days.
Yaalarday, while t w o little
children were on their way lo
ichool in Tamanu. an unknown
man came out of th woods end
tried to lure them hy offering
Ihem sweets TlM children did
not respond and tne man chased
after (hem "We ran fof our lives
as the 111.i' the> sai>
They eventually reaches I
of Mr. Parlaam, a proprteior lr
that aren
Buss" VisiU Bryan
'.Turn Out Owe Cun-p..itilrnt I
PORT-OF-S PAIN
Mr. Tuba I Uriah Butler, Chid
Servant", and Blble-carrylng htv
of the Huller Home Rule Ptfty,
l-utd a visit to Mr. Victor ltry
re-elevled mamiber of Ihc legis-
lative Council and member if the
Socialist Parly, al his office Id
Port-of-Spain yesterday
Mr. Bryan admitted having a i
Interview with Mr Butler a
political affairs, but refused to say
,'inythmg to the Preas
It i- reported lhat Mr. Butlfi
hai exlended an invitation to all
siieeeasful eleclion candidates t(
.ittend a meeting at his office in
Port-of-Spa In today.
"BLUE" BABY DIES
PORT-OF-SPAtN
Trinidad's blue-baby, who wa.
to fly this morning with hei
p.iient.N. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Knowles. of Port -o (-Spa in, t<
Canada, is dead. Three and a half
n.unlh-old Jeanlne bed
genital heart malformation pro
dticlng cyanosis, and was to under
go an emcrm'tu-v 0f)tgo.ll0ii ll
Canuda. She was the only chili
of her parents
THE BARBADOS AQUATIC
CLUB
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14th.
9 p.m.
Programme :
MIDNIGHT PAitADK to
Mr. and Miss Bar-
bados", who will be
crowned.
BAI.l.oN DANCE Prltt
awarded.
COMPETTjON> dents in
Ladles' disguise Prize
awarded by applause.
Guest Artiste for the N'iglit
British Guiana Radio Star
Miss MARGERY DEY
Mjuu. for DANCING by
ARNOLD MEANWKLL and
his full Orchestra.
Admission lo Balli
m
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