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FACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. '• Polo Players Drink RUSSIA what of the People? Russian "Vodka "HORSESHOE COTTACir the Qarriton, made history when it became the lirst home in Barbados u> bim Vodka. Early on Satuiday last Count Tolstoi was observed I various Iruit from the trays that line up the I and no'doubt he was then gathering gome td the many ingredients for the Russian "Special" which he made in the afternoon with the assistance of overproof alcohol, distilled water. .siii;ar. pepper, lime. etc.. etc.. etc. that gfcra set ti> boil in .in electric kettle from the kitchen of "Horseshoe Cottage." %  i, Brewing started at obout 2 p m. but it was m>i until utter !" k that the Count deei.leit that '>* Vodka waa ready to provide it"-'' jnd happy feeing lot which Vodka U fagooue. %  % % %  .at about RAJKAT Oct. 11 t'hr perfoetlea el his national Frank Worrell skippered the' 'i* that dm in* the nlddta i Common^alth cricket team to ''"1 He left the speeUi(he first vlctorv rt their tour te~ leOHN t Cherft Up <>n hi* work i-hich ndicated that all was well, am with ndeed thm WfeS definite.. s ihe player* when 'hey Anally The home nide were dismissed h-thered at tie Cottage tor the their iieeond knock for 116 usual Cokes, (linger Ales, etc WORRELL GETS FIRST VICTORY by nine wickets with hi gaggg Saurashtra were all out in flrtt inning!, for 130 to the. Common wraith replied IM From P4ie .111 a good Staiir than), think oeei what k-Upa have been spirited jag the past five year*. I can only dunk ot One > i th 1'i.litbiiro who sent • Varga Into the jungle irftjaj that Bat S: itM and the Western world genn.illv showed n<> MgO) of imminent collapse dumbly .m.I elegantly, and stayed. VozneBsnakl, triumphant, has vanished to no i Trainloads... %  of the terror does not mean that %  have given up their tern nf informers Or thiit the forced labour camps are running short of r-'npower They are still brine filled up by trsinload after trainload from the nnexed regions, from the Baltic States, from the 1' CseehOtlOVeh Ukraine, from the newly won ftaonfjoilan nrovinces Here the old system uf indiscriminate deportation by cate:*ao^^^o^> > y^oo>as>oaeoi*sesoe nnri the Commonwealth made 57 for I for victory The Australian pair Kand George Tribe added 114 in 101 minute* for the Commettwealth\ llfth wicket. Tribe getting 77 in. BtdBag nine fours and hat are happily enjoyed utter the Bark At Play PhfHp Mi' nerd wee r*nr week.< ft] l hla accMe* oes not appeal to have sUwe> Grieves, more sedate scored 29 down India's fast bowler Nyalchai nly been in the claimed sin for 68 in 30 successive [gland • %  iwe I oven hrgJ from Canoae i i Wickets tumble.! fast in Sauri.een engage,l with the Molasses ashtra's second innings. Sohnv Commission, and like the rest of Ramadhin took 4 tor 21: Tribe 3 1)5 brothers was un lop for for 48 and Worrell 2 for 25. John Marsh i ayod an exceUen; —Renter potjj. col Mlehehn as u lost an opportunity FKHTII. West Australia. Oct. II Len Hutton rnused a eofp ri f l here to-day by MalDJ othei members of the MCC party n their first practice since arrivu two days ago und after a statemem from the tram manager tha' Mutton's Injured finger neeue rest. Hutton spent BWOnal minutes hitting catches around th held. Overnight rain prevented the team from using the < i and practice was confined In the morning to mainl;. hitting .i nrl fielding on grass, and in the afternoon to the bowl era loosening up on a wicket UM o recent hin a State trial game DenU Cumpton hit the bail around, took running < —Renter By M. Harmon Cray &f A B 9 1 fltl • 4 11 4ltl . %  : %  %  > : i I I Kit • R M 1 f 41)1 • 4JII • ies An example of a trial bid t from match play. Both South players opened Una > Soaoe and re&ta Thra* Uimiiunds over a single rasas • irom North who then lumped '.. Poui Spndt* on ; thr Mrength ot hU Duunond In Doih rooms West ant V S to Ea*i' > R and VMJUIS t a, and &f R fa*• •*rd In Room 1 a> l was ii-o .i 4 it tnrk l. and < me tlnraae Ot *t lost to ] who returned *. < Dumm} *u> eniereO wtU) j a III nnO Smi'.Ii made nmr (IhC UD Eart'* a> J. A j flub attack defeats the con. tract Wet ran olaee his j in the tuddlng with ^ 4> K .1.1 -tirtnid lead 4> J 1 St TKH ft < In Room 3 Bart made tha < in. • aid of a> t J riouth led o> R Piae; oniitiui-o with 0> * | ai.d ta-u'i t_ US 1 had to make. ) RACING RESULTS iriem Our 0*n Cirandfit. GEORGETOWN. Oct. II The third day of the D.T.C r a ce s took place to-day rOUewing are the results: I(.\>UH:AP. s pvexoaraa, ci^ss Iff TO* BonU> tn IVnM*< Jrd iDnd l lbs Mllllnoairr 'O Vrill IB lb Timr 1 mill IS %  • MIK-tlAKTH HAN IMC AJ' 1 IUIU^)NC- CI-Mie c IM Wr Horn* h* ISO lb* and MIM anoia, torNu. its ib. Sm Wavarlry iHlngTi US ll Ui Tuckr Km. .1.,,' %  omb ID i"' r lOenaimi IS* IOB I Hwi' onoiii, iLdtafwaat TAP T I never tnree hla obUgation as No. 2 lget to the goal, bill hi *i not as nceurnte as usu.il and many a ball went out ih.it could ,v. l-eeii .i inal Nick P.MI.. .•icino again pro\*ed that with .i I M he would soon rise to .. top tank player, so it Is hoped that this promising young playtr will soon Bod %  mount srorthj ol Ids skill and keenne>s A New Horse •Bertie' Rradshaw's new nOCM tave a lot oi trouble and appear* to be some*hiit timid .ibout en. tering a skirmish DBCktBg awn;. from a crowd, but he has plenty .peed and will DO doubt soon tdapl himself H. Johnson seemed 00*0 %  ) home on his Rascal, end 00) %  ertalnly get more SIMIII out um than it is possible to get ou 1 : utev Tlie new Pavilioi • nearly compli'tiI ind orUI M I great coim meiuc to member. ud visitor It is interesting to note that i • being considered changing lh> Club from three teams to two teams due to the fact that this ill givt aaaanban an apportunita oi playing In e tune without having to constan:y substitute for other plnyei be art unable t<> turn up. Competitions With two Kama it would be %  ossible lor the Club to have keener cumiM't'tioi would then have nbnut threo players for aoefa position so that II every evenng of play a lo' f confusion wOUM be saved in nding substitutes for particular poaltlooe, end aleo playinj eorn< f the men m .i baatn to which they do not lelong. Wedneaalayi und S.it\irdays arc Team %  fterhoons for the men. hile the ladlQg h:ive IfOOaa) Unlurtunateiy their ,ne not enough lady players to mike Up %  COBI plele match, BO aOKOe >t the pnai Lung out thin untrained horses ah atondayi li help make up an Eight No dOBnlta news has bee. from the Wiie/uel.iiire then Intended triatl winch %  th nunth. lint i hoped that some private mni can be arranged with some of their Polo players wh( hortly be in Bar badholiday. Olympic Plans Underway I I'KNOS AIRES. Plans for the IH5I Han American Olympic Games to be held in Buonog Aire^i next February are progicssing rapidly, according t. the Argentine Sports Confederation Over 4.000 athlatas from the 21 American republics .ind Canada will participate m track and field events, boxing, skiing, rowing swimming and other sports, totalling 19. All exiiensrs will IH I the Argentine government Al Argentine sport stadium* and clubs are being prepared to hOtMe the visiting athli attention Is being paid to fooc aroblerai m an effort | the regional demands of fon-igr inns. Special Argentine sports deleKate Gregorio Esplnar is currently United SMI.-S eonlerrlnj with Avcry Brundage. pre li al ll.r I'S Olvi i nn itte.' on American purticipatiun and will later tour South and Central American countries. The United States has reportedly assured the partmu.it ..f 15(1 athletes for the different gories is still npi>l %  lin makes room for new settlers who have learned not to grumble. What HOU the chief grabbles of Ihe |BBM praole be II the* dared to vatee then? I am In a ineri position lo tell I tuu Far I ha\e been stud>I Ins report' ot man* So\ lei rltisens who h**e lied to the Weal men -ud Hm-n r>am eer> walk of Hie *ht lave made their a> iiit Ihe Weierti tartes of firman J ..I \j-in.i. Inlo Persia an* Turkey, and rvrn inlo Japan and India. These *rr Ihrlr— I.HI MHI.IS I t-EASAMS and FARMER* (who still form GO per cent, of the Soviet population) Collective farms, they complain, are run .ih chairmen appointed by the district committees of the Communist Party. Party members monopolise tha id administrative lobs. credit themselves on pay-sheets with workdays they have not worked, have first call on new supplies at the village stores. Collective farms brerik up family lite, because man and wife eldom ..me free days. a> HOMF.N l-EASANTS complai STOP THAT C* COUGH St.n liking tlMT* COtt.H MI\H Hr .< once, and ace how Quickly your tough will nop Thn worid aanoea <..x*jh remedy KIUjaiy huanrhrcaihing. uul protects the chest and luagi XEW STOCK OF YENO'S COUGH MATURE i BVMIN AMARA HAUBOKANISi: I LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRIT Of PHM mi | BL'SKb— Baby'i Firsl Soliil 1'ml Also u varivty of OlGAitS (OIIIXS IMtl U S3 ours ,'--.-.'>,',--','-,-. ---,.-,.--• AeMNM cuts —I.S s. Above Hoard Wins Cesarewilch Handicap NF.W MARKET. Oct. II. the King's thrwe-yeur old flllv 1 ara. on Wednrswlny won the Cesarewitch Handicap ovor I -'I 'i lie H Ridden by E. Ih iiN9s lii Joli* Mlll >IW ItANIMtV —if m ihat Ukt) .< %  Rl ' >he k. fur tii...im .uil Q IB -I 0 %  not InvaUas WORKERS complain of insdequate pay. shortage and dearness of food, and had housing lot) giumble -bout many compulsory deductions from pay—the obligatory State loans, trade union dues, the subscriptions to this. organisation and that, which no one dares refuse for fear of being I thought imlitii • 11 > unsound. They complain of the inflation of administrative staffs in the I t. loriej The Stukhiinovite movement. I undei arhsch workers comprtr foi a championship in the highest InHWe ia disguised speed-up device for foicing workers to produce more l*ay. U CIVIL SERVANTS complain of the same insecurity. **We •' ire not take any initiative; the penalties are too drastic." • l\ 1 KLLECTIALS express the same fears. But doctors and e.igineers show less .ipurehenslon H.lteachers, college protessors, journalists, and those in rtutic pursuits. One young scientist speaks of i.hat he calls tha "inner nugiiilon" among young intellectuals— he effort lo transfer from politics dangajroue m politically lessIangerous Held* lie himself had transferred to microbiology. But rVOB that hud become politically nfeeted • OFFICERS resent the enL-hment of the Zampolit or politicul commissar. They say they sre constantly watched by the informers of the secret police. • SOLDIERS from the ranks complain of poor food; enforced Isolation from the local population If they are in an army of occupation; the special privileges ol the o dicers. London Express Service whole family with nourishing ilAKER OATS 14 Nations At Itaskt-tlmll I rfoa AIKKS Fourteen nation i were < to perticipote In the First Worlo chaVnpMnehlp oiremng October 23 in lluenos Aires' famed lAinu Park SUdium The Argentine Basketball Confederation has announced that Chile. Egypt, Spurn, the United Stales. Brazil, i i UltutHu hove dennitel) confirmed their participation Tentative iieeeptanns have been l oce l vod from Canada. Ecuador. Italy and YtOoalavlB No repb hen yet .. i %  !. Cud,' iiithoiigh in*,, believe i nei Havana team wuul.i corno. The fourteenth participant was Argentina — IN s Rugby League Results LONDON Ori li Hi M in 1 i.e.itiuc icsulls: VurkshUe CUP Semi-tinal lll I %  M. bard 2 (tie). LancashuiCup Baml-Flnal Oldhani o. Wi rrtngton s -C P M lv<: lv .i r IT.— ixl. 1M li.Tim* I %  H i S •• t Hilluim O, W, HtllRton 3. —C ^(V.M^| iprKnll. 1 lb. TW % %  .. % %  ni.s .t^l.,.la> #n fca-tBO They'll Do It Every Time — By Jim my c Hatlo %  — —z&>UL A. iUll\ 'ffi7/PAVirt IS A •"AlSrVATEO \7 TD HEAR FOP -rei_iT IT upi ^ J///777fVl.mri IS A FRUSTRATED ^7 TO HEAR POP TELL IT, MB \ 'tin UPE OF TUB PHRTy...so M CAN SELL ANyrjINS—BUT ) HE WANTS LI'LTCHABOP 1 WBS *NO SALE"WIT-I TD MAKE UPR3R IT-At ITC My• •• S^ircwy oows^r^^V" '*TH/ST IF hE HOLPS ) ( >ESTERDAV I *AS OtT LONfl BSOJfiW.y }. SiViNS SMUW/tCK Ft* WU.COWE ), '* I 1-E SAVE TAL<1V50LSH WITH < SJ*-". AV r SOT JUSTI A BRiBE./iBivX^wX J6DUTAS FAC, | ike BIG SHOW & DANCE in IM T*ViWG TO HAVE A MUSICAL GEN.US IN THE FAMILV A&AINST MS WILL-TMANX TO *MOM JO is? EL; SELECTING MISS & MR. BARHAllllS All member* local and visiting are asked to 10111 the Fun. not a dull moment is expected. OTHER ATHtACTlONS f> PAItADE OF CENTS IN LA1JIES DISCU1SF. Priie for the naOTda # GUEST ARTISTE TOR THt: NIOH i Star Miss Merjarle Dei • Mualc tor Uanelm \\\ Mr Heanwell % full Orh Admksalon to Ballreoaa t/Be Early u> Secure a Table aotf III M^H—" fSllMHOtit %  *£?£**•**• .^lOTH"" .. mil""..^ 1 "*.. OPENING SATURDAY OCT. 14th THE GREEN DRAGON An up-tcwlauChinesi' itestaurant catering lo those who like the best in Oriental dishes at reasonable prices. Prepared by a first cln-s Chinese Chef who knows his onions. 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Tlll'RSnW. OCTOBER 12, 15 BARBADOS ADVOO \TT. PAOI TIIRFE 815.000 Voted For V ester Hall School TrtfcGAMBOL? Rla In Can dian ttri,tii !!< ^'^nce., L'S SZT/j^ MJMM PICK Ttt Tt/UB mauWT c* cauo tfow KM coiipunev K TO DM WtPtWraHt THtM \ ill Benefit B. W. I. Tourist Trade -TRAVEL CONSULTANT Frwm Our Own Con*fmMtf*n< The House of Assembly %  resolution for I1S.0W) for the repair of the Wolev Hall Junior School The addendum of the reailuhM that a token >um of SI was approved in the Estimate* of Expenditure for I95lt—51 under Part II-Capital. I—Public Buildings. Hem 9 Wesley Hall Junior, but It was not proposed to PVVMM ui'h the building of tr. general tchoi 1 programme had been reviewed In the meantime, the roof covering of this building ha* deteriorated to such an extent that the ceilings arc now dangerouThe cost of rehabilitating thi*. building is estimated to be $15,000 ann this amount is requested to pi eve nt further deterioration and damage to the w;illv Dr. Cummin* who took charge of the resolution, said that the school was tn a very bad condttkm When the rain '*'ll. HM ccillnc fell In and fortunately no children were in tbi v.-iool to oe injured. Mr Mettle? (El said that he knew that the school was in a very bad condition. He hoped that if the work was to be done departmentally. it would not be the Carom South Mr. Mit; Ri !" ngTwhlu. were ttettd %  SoS, aid ihis shouldI "be MW npiatari man oi wei %  aooo as poswRi-*, he advised. Mr. Garaer (C> said OH i BOBMd Mr. Morrison's ("D-puty asking for a secondary scnool to rVetnui > statement that nation*-.be erected in St. Pn'llir That 'satlon or the nugar industry waf school he said, would a5< ac.hs'tll in the labour Partj Ildran from the surroundgramme. Hi* Party, he said, was toinHc complimented ihe Qoirernmilled to the principle* or ment on the speedy wa'* ii which nationalisation of the sugar in%  ill with the bur nrvica duMry, which was one of the main iuld ie planks in their platform at th< Wilt Ignort* German Elections Bullerites Support Sugar Nationalisation the Federal Chancellor there %  epeats the tuigajaatlon originally made by htm or. 22nd of March tor holding free all German elections on a democratic basis PORT-OF-SPAIN. 1^, Te&nl G*vemmem is The rise in the exchange value Government freely elected bs ihe LI the Canadian dollar will prove people, and u recognised t> my a boon to Trinidad and the other Government as entitled to speak HritiM, Caribbean Colonies as far | or Germany The docur n ii concerned, said Mr transmitted W you ' %  %  this T^ F Budoiph. Travel Con„„. wlU therefore asaaa-MBd "VS'SLT".^^ Rep ^r n l^ VV -* !" %  *<" attention and Wc ^-r l !" t Oirvan Travel Serto government as pro^Sae-SJ^SSi^" 1 1 *' '" P rt "ouneemenu of the Germo,. pc.of-Spain yesterday ^ m wmm of hv ^^ ,. He added that this would b> effecting their future and that ol made possible to a great extent their country. If the Colonies concerned wouU. The letter also *aid thai in.advertise in Canada, the value of nr and indispensable step to the Canadian dollar In these parts achieve political and Govern"U-t them know that they can mental unity of Germany was a get more out of their dollar hen convocation of the constituent than elsewhere." he added He German National Assembly however, admitted that the rise To achieve this, the Federal would have adverse effects on the Government considered the folcconomy of the Colony. Mr. lowing; requirements neeessa I let en My I JBT-OK-SPAIS II .eti member lor %  %  tu m Rudolph ii on a tour of the Caribbean area. "Trinidad has everything necessary for making her a first class tourist resort, With ption of the necessary aceommoMaraj Attacks Butlerism ir'rotn Our Own CorieaBOtsttOO VICKS VA TRO NOL Pont let iun*v nose due to a head-cold or catarrh rob jou of shep! A few drops af Va-tfO'aoi up e*.'i nostril case* brr attains, almost instantlyShrinks iwollen branei. soothe, irritation. clears stuffy nose! Try ill %£* Just a It* droei Z^^ up SKh POSt'il ^WM aiU tA<&t€lAM MILK for all German elections Freedom of activity for all parlias throughout Germany, with all occupying powets retraining from hindi-ring lht> fortii.Hu.,, ol political parties and then ;u-iiv%  l Personiil >afciv for nil todrvid-uals. All tMrwspapeni to have freedom uf publication and circulation Kruter MONEY SNATCHER GAOLED trm and hoped V pccdv with all "lest General Elections in Trinidad. The result of these elections a showed that they had a mandate Own cwrsapondMii PORT-OF-SPAIN it was n hearilefs thing to do This old lady.' said Mr B W Celestaln. when in Port-of-Spain he sentenced Hamilton Cox t PORT-OF-SPAIN Bhadaae Sagan Mara], successful Independent candidate in the rerem elections in Trinidad, has months' imprisonment for stealUu attacked Butlerism He says he t no from the otrson of Klira 'o promote the policy of nationalwill remain an Independent and Hussev The Court heard that Co bWUOn us Ctr M the sugar indenied having relationship with appmached the old lady, who was dustry was concerned. Mr. Tubal Butler, or his parly I silling in the shade of .. bm jt He rejected IiOrd Lyle's message won m> election as an inde[>endent, Victoria Square, ttatlng that he to the West Indies that the Labour and I intend to remain as such, could buy a piece of land for nor Party's plan to nationalise the nn d will support anyone who is Previously, he had seen her with l^hlT.S TwuiDM. n *** industry constituted a threat working for the benefit P f the money in bundle Cox suddenly •%? armorial to Mr Crowe ' ** Wcsl lnd es or wa ,n an ^ people", he said. Mr. Maraj felt snatched her bundle, and rat For the 5S-St time 11Twas there way comlstenl with the Labour that Mr Butler's speech at Woodaway. A watchman, however unfinished It was truly an unsuitParty's doctrine of freedom and f or d Square, recently was IIIseeing able and unsatisfactory Job. wlf-govwrnment in the Colonic* advised, particularly in view of crying Mr. Ward said that the t he fad that Mr Bull' Government had promised to build _ turned by a big majority for the aaSool ; .l Half Moon Fort end M U Q D ( ... Sll 111 lilt'Ilts EaM 8t Pa,riek "'• e ** "jf E t*.\*. nn i oiii|i||ifl lllh h i nk hc ,i,ould have crlticUed ihe hicli he %  ith Mr. ... a staleto start some work in thai area. '"?? % %  ?!??!RE f,S fgf' ??!**" J Mr Waleett (VI -Md that i' GEORGETOWN. Oct I HtitisJi Guiana is fast Ijeconiiiw Mr Braneker (Cl walk down Hay w OOdg. S'. Pwhrr, would show a horrible p.ece of work Tha* was the New Coleridge ..inch was still being constructed. People were wondering whether • not the Government was erectfar as he remembered the p %  rag voted tor. The schools ground rp •*•I W2 i* f s Governor in the way in thai rklnrrj were (wMy COaafagU 1(1 V> I. ^HIISiat'IOr> ,,„|. He also disagreed He wanted the Government Mitra Slnanon, who. ii ecaught the snatch thief." and was not voting for money to build new schools, but for effecting repairs to a school In rcplv to the JM lenrnt to-day that Hon. Junior Member 101 St Lucy, '"* l ll,r > si" !" lhl colony s conhe Hid that he had complete contrarturnl agreement*with the West fldence in the Colonial F-npineer Indies wece afrected. the Colony GEORGETOWN ..,ent published a few days ago. Miss Elsie S Jaikaran has welcomed the British Labour gained the distinction iof being ihe granary of the West indies. V Pity's intenlion to nationalise rtrst East Ind.an lady doc,, for the ,h su ' Br Industry. ul the work on tlic proThe Colonial Engineeihad cm %  lied out investigations nnd In Ihe near future, supplementary provisions would be made for the completion of the school. The figure would be staggering end he hoped that the hon. better position of being able to fulfill asntractl 100 per cant Much depends, however, on the weather ol ihe next few weeks which will play a vital part on the results of the IBM crops, but ..ry surveys Indicate that he requirements uf the West Into.. uld find no other alternative dies will be fully met. •o ute for ihe resolution Council Clerk Creates Scene At Meeting IFYOM our Own OonwaponOan" PORT-OF-SPAIN "You can call the police. I i nol going", said Mr. Louis Peterat i So far Antigua has received hei mil requirements lo the end <•' October. Montscrrot has beei lupplsad '" trw end of the year St Kitts to the end of September noiuinici to the end of ihe year. t0 October 28; St. Lucia of Ihe Seamen and to October 5; St. Vincent to OctoWorkers' Trade LTo Be In Leg. Co. PORT-OF SPAIN General satisfaction was expressed over ihe Governor* choice of the Nominated members of the next Legislative Council. Disappointment was expressed, however, by a trade union leader in Port-of-Spain, that in* Governor did not think it tit to nominate a representative of the** Oodles P Alexander. President Water! rout felt Uuil all Mr bar 9: Barbados to September 29: elements, with the exceptir. The figures quoted abova arc by the based on tht 100 per cent requirements, which for the entii area amount to 29.125 tons. ninated memberMr. Peters is the Council's Clerk, and refused to leave th<> meeting to allow the termlnalioii of his services lo be discussed When he refused to withdraw, the acting chairman. Councillor Johii _-.., ., f nnn /. portant pan in me %  aaaanai Edwards, had the meeting ad8.G. Collected *J,OUU,VUU things, and especially because lie urned Mr Peters refused lo leave because he said that he had been appointed by the Governor and was not working with the councillors. His attitude was con-Hercl "high-handed" by another Councillor, who considered Income Tax Already QlORaEfOWrl Income Tax collection this year in British Guiana Is likely to reach a new high figure, as nlMr. Peters reflected very badly the Council At the afternoon meeting, however, a vote was cast lected In favour of terminating Mr th.-u eeai Peter's services at the end of virtual.* in 1949 paid December and Companies $4,134,452.00 insldered it rather unfortunate, "that the Government, in this enlightened age. when the trade unions were playing such an important part in the scheme of and especially because of he new Constitution, did not think it wise to have a representative of ihe trade unions nominated." Mr. R. C. Duff Urquhart, President of the Trinidad Chamber of Commerce, said that the nomination of Mr Wighl was most welcome. Said he, "Mr. Wight ^ possessed of sound business abimy :c- Pron., T.x wu colg—~ „,„ "'^^TunTeniund. %  j„"Si''StfwH5 K & -V *• %  j*f-ir2..'^ u,d • well m*ivM by oil dm" WHETHER YOU ARE A LARGE USER OR A REDROSE TEA *rir SMALL USER B.G's First East Indian Lady Doctor British (l.naiv Dr. Jaikaran entered the Royal Tree Hospital for Women in 194U She is the daughter off Mr J. .taikaran. Principal of J. Jaikaran and Sons. Ltd. Cliemtets and Druggists of Georgetown. / use LIFEBUOy TOILET SOAP Morning, noon or night — you'll glways feel fresh when you wash with Lifebuoy Toilet Soap. Its deep-cleansing lather really frees }-ou of weariness, keeps you fresher so much longer. So keen a tablet of Lifebuoy handy —for all-day freshness! FOR l'ERSU\'AL FRFSIIMtSS 11.11 l)S WAW/////// *',-.','.-.*.-.-.-.*.-. YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA! IT IS GOOD TEA CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. Dill 278 LOTOS HILL %  > %  "• 2" 1 M.IKI IIS OF III II.IHM. IIIOI HS g a g \ 16 Za>. each Jaank or (wrner a0e. rack 4 a 4 x 18 (PartHlon) He. ., Halvr.... lee. „ Itanble fcnda 3ue. each (All Prices ex Factory) Certified Pressure 10 Tons without rupture. HOMItn MIMIIIMII WITH VrilK.MiTII is Iht Ordr o( the D.v! HOW TO III II II WITH THtM 1. PLACE EACH BLOCK IN WATKK FOR A FEtl MIMTES llhl. I. nM) 1 DO NOT HLL HOLIAW FABT8 3. L'SB ^i" MORTAR ON TOP 8CRFACE AND S1DEK • A DEFINITE F.COSOMV 4. STRENGTH OF MORTAR SHOULD BE — 1 pin cawM I MR* LU: < pu SUMI — Ml Umr ..1 Sind hr%< lhr (> %  • I, ALWAYS I ••! PLCMB AND LEVEL gay I •HUHIbM^ DiilmrUooi and you U1 hvr %  lowl Job : ECONOMY IN I. M'.i. i'. will SurpriK' you. VST. OVR BLOCKS a' (1 you will like them, they anSimple-, yc-t Perfect Ptanc IHI vou Friend*. We have hundred* of Saliafird C'usloiiirr.. TESTS IN MIAMI HAVE SHOWN that Concrete Block Builiii.II %  4thstood Hurricane l)am>Ke better than any other type of BinlilinK IRON NEEDS PROTECTION HUBBUCK'S METZINK PREVENTS COROSION. HUBBUCK'S MCTZINK has sn.-h great olttcunng potrfj that •O '.iry. Can lir used as an undereoat tu any good finishing paint. tOri will bold H i*x. pti. tbi r-J..t -II ..I 'if Tlnl hi IwWltfe is greater than that of the colours. • .II gf exposure on Sugar Centrals in the tiii|ii without Hu.-lighten! sign nt deterioration. Costs leas per sqiian raid per year than any OwMT metalpreserving paint Is tin' %  i orroalvi paint which "strikes into" Ihe metal Instead of forming | .kin owf it under which rust can fniiii I. i tins of 1 gallon and under FRANK B. rUwBRMN LTD.-A.tnh. | ARE YOU CONSIDERING RENOVATING YOUR CAR? WE CAN ASSIST WITH THE FOLLOWING It I ItUU > III BIIIH MATTING ft OBEY (III 1IHOWN i \I:III jjj | MIS oil ItllliUA iwill lionn IIMMi 0 BBOWN "VYMIDE" IMITATION LFATHFst • IMVI -RSAI, CAR MATH JJJ I I \lr R TAPE ft HIIWH CO It NKK lilllllli:A IIH. II WU IlltV IINSION ( Altl.FS 4% IN*ri.\TINf. TAR IRINtll I'HAI.K FOR TYRES %  > BEAT OlMiTY CIIAMOIH i l Mill i:a, i*oi isms AMI run-si ci^>Tn gk IMHIK I.OC K SPRINGS gt KIN'. PIN' SUT-l '/W////*W SET Ol K PAIM SHOP CAN ClIVE VOI.'K CAR A FACTORY IIM-HIM. FUMT SPRAY JOB IN A VARIETY OF SMAItE* WITH PINCHIN JOHNSON LACQIERS OR INAMELS. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY mi I I "I*'* '



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PACE FOfR n XRR ADOS \nvor \TF. THURSDAY. OfTOBFB 12. 195"! BARBADOS . 1— ADVOCATE Tananday, Octet* I \*M loiBIIIIOHS tht Hou remind*) Parliam. thai the H %  %  %  I by Gfrman bon veiling p House of Lords Won turn lo the old m of another war. It is fitting that w Letnaslatures have been Invited t< tins hittork i dMnoeratic legislative ammbly in thworld The parliamentary hifh the democratic Ir* is the pattern on which that m th( countries of the Empire have bWD i and Colonial p nwlUing than the peopl. ,'.iun that there should be any chat i It is thi.s betdopl and tin cracy where the will iity U>be will f the whok the unsurmoun table drlhculty for the Axis. It was not MII : Luftwaffe chould have %  lr block busters against the one institution which stood f %  -i oentu i oj thai democratic freedom Typical Of the ipiril whkh ha Great Britain reapected %  mot hours is that which has. in %  %  rebuilt and refurniahi I -t <.* %  m moni Nothing could proprlate than thai thi fun I nga should have been supplied by the units of thu Empire and thai rep nial legislatures win speech and democrat. should be present at tl U may well be tain ce of the intent of the British people never to lose their hold on the free d om for winch so many of then nd died. Ill'lUI-lll 1*1 .1111 < AS THE years go by Ren %  brings its own i tn rj community in which :i %  a who (OU| hi against the Forces of i htrmany In the firal World War. Tl sfter tin.Da} was Instituted the world still treml the brink of the abyss waiting soft* which might throw civilisation back into the cauldron. It Is not suMhrient t< IIS must not happi hose who foughl and diod have theli names and their memory revered; roottiurjents have them. Thi i irned to us are still in many Instances unable to supply their own needs; disablement and broken health have taken then toll. It I lhat we must think. Poppy Day has been organised and the Earl Hai| Fund has beco m e a national In Sttttttion in order that the in should be obtained from Qv defray the cost "f helping In Barbados the work stai Iwo dances ha 1 I it •). Crane and a Book Sale m Bridgetown so the i Duld be colli eti d t1 sn early time. OJ sle soon will be dar and after the Poppy 11 Friday, November 18th, there will bfl the usual Dance at the Marine Hotel on November 25th. A large percentage of the funds collected are not sent out of the Island bul ere utibsed in help boal whose needs beccnii But the p Oi n\ In England : need of contributions, Lord Cromwell In I t States that the drop in revenue last year makes even mote valuable the incn that Haig'fl Fund ree commin. erseas and from friends who b> v brance I radeship witl HI T I!I1IA Whato/ihe ll li'iisii i llap|M ii So Often \on: Thai Dr-r.itl-rifi Knock On The Door tk-J THI i iiruun had town on I SI al Monr %  .. %  %  %  rou ipeakins I .lUtiful language enjoy speaking nhy. Jusl i sn retattna. an DO -u happen U> \> %  > w a i' F. G. I i"s Bc'*n\\r works. That wa* the beginning of what. %  r me, bocssno I %  .. oviel Russia. 0 nice did no) end ilh "in i • 'he Ihe* ;n lassoi hs t Mwcnw i .i dined with him at Lb privlUgsntala tint It was a sell |d t mi a half room kttetw n fair, m addon fee >on bad to i | ind ins iiigssar Is HM dli U St-ffoii llrluicr with him md bat family in their ountn cottaae %  ntskh I.-M.I [;ilki n •^ life I HH d ai'J't.'i M*ha %  #" %  % %  %  %  M. :. toe. the %  %  I .r the I' 'i and the in. > I. % %  tu on how Aftri •: H I ma to Oen uperlnlend rnjuns of fol Rut%  h i IK,, i net tha prats me, and ((iu'viiutied THFN on" inevitabta embarasseti. told m) h %  bout I tu him %  %  %  %  %  %  i.i II. .i to tall, in W %  %  AH that you cotuadar thai under I bsurdu wk* i %  thing the %  %  as treason 1 ; bean handling %  M ruthie-.-., H watchrui. and • %  %  %  more adult. I'M % h I a i>oiic n r< r ." %  ihiiiisaiMli I n oil nnd |l only ; %  %  Krmemhrr? THE ordlnar) ft" wan In the a niahlii had to in thoM' (• ur yaai which I Liaaaatoattoo Stalin11 Thin no one wiu laP onough io hem distant aaaaecUoii with Bor lha poUoe^hi put you on iheir esaouUoa ii^i Provided hk,-*-i>•ulk out ol turn lha fad L "" •tart Brumbling and dots what the party boavur all him. II m i a have no i ot Comradi vn Hut tha 11 % %  %  %  ""* P" r_ Ucularlj tin* II \ m d sttecking newspaper article u tandbia U replace that nudnichi knock 00 the door. No Waste IT is ., it ithe rasllaatmi I Tluold .> alii suttm %  onot affoi'i lha -hnuxlc loaa I vahi;ihl.hiam %  %  %  3. The lame of UM Old terroi i* stilt sumcieai in brine avao the moat rccalcitrai • to hod quickly. Thipgotessoi worntd thai h. Ip his Cngluh convaraalions, or afaH ii. earn on ins %  : labls %  It sOBchenko. i las drol. f the party arc not being appreciated, ut once %  ,'., %  f) Hi! 1MB. WHAT DO WE WANT? ic II. K. S>IVIIIII:V at. K. LC THE cum Ion on our iblic utUIUea i* still 'wing fl Hirurrii Iw a li'K <• %  •nu*aous ,., ,, i ted Into It I .1' %  dug the %  mi by 11 I ould >" %  Umltl 'I b) what thi' eoU< d froat argua In Dm aCfed bach to cause I. Is no more logical than saying nt Vnerrhants can onb DBJ 'hen -, in from !>ielr customers, less t'%  huh all a comI) must pay the they buy. idd whatever margin is neceasary ..TI.I Ball Mconttnsb/i o* else go II nuq ba lakan (t granted bat the utUlttOa must pay fair wages, to be ;nnv.il at bf nogotlaUon betv % %  tintoni In u ,;i\. with the t'ip.iitti„'MT of %  pins si i %  %  "ti tiniigB. ready to usa Its influarw i .ii | to tn to avoid suiki ing by ti ibour troubls In foui yesra . ivelL and H would !* %  %  • mfttaka for the l Hoard lo %  it do not -.' %  < u3 concern It, hi io would n ipirtng and i onfualon it irould he the dutj of tha Vnntd to earn on whet %  taclf with the total cod of prot) oi gms. Ice. including all tenu ol %  I fl wrong to regard such a Board as %  i sxen lalns sr bltrsrr with them. It ., matter "' tion with lha oo m pa n l o i rot UM %  moothar working of \ nefll of ,.!l conII works i while I pcoph sa]. 'Barbadoi herd to bclaws of i IUITO, acononu sound angli function : think II tutuea Act as a stop toward socialism or nattonalli at l it should I ulwarh agslaat %  r %  ance or dissatisfaction with the Ming to IKnaUofutUaatton It i> absolutely essenlitil that the utili.tit business lies, and UUl qtdts feasible LIIUUI %  ilounl such as would be sat up In h the Act. but nln %  Iblc under iiit wage* end other .'rims not diracuy in. harmful result of distracting ntlenuon fl %  i fbr the %  %  denu, but wa are all dbracu) Inks being done or i %  service In KM %  %  Ituatton %  much improvi %  %  may sx* na* thai i %  I 'i adding to Its i %  SO would like %  assured of mop Those who went electricity bu' been able v I it wouM hke to oss me a %  bj wnJcfl tha p w I be in full %  %  %  in line with sound i giueering practice. It should be a riMtoiisibilily ol the Board to try 'o enl' X ration of the Company in fom ling plans to munlty now ami In tutu %  as humanly possible \\ right tiki tii.. n guarded by off repr< i and onl> %  i can re put rn %  %  has licen shattercl b; events. If the prasi %  ard tm ther world-wide InfUUon COOtll uca, as % %  Ikely, tin i come up. ami . %  %  Sate thi! ..n> .mum. One of the mot'. ways to keep rak %  business and ill mon H.-n ireason lo think tha: ir past policies had been mine farsighted in the TI ba lietter off n" A %  K'r of higl We are entith I i eursnee that no possibility b U-nuf ow n Ac*should u .,., would help |o do thll f ,.11 who loin in tn 8U will iv%  orcpoacd Bojird Is to earr I the) pktaec and raise rates at 11. wh %  to the future, 1 lunning utllltlc is unite outmoded la It inl here" %  a-^I Nay These Men i Are Scared Of Women \ IKI.IM | (.KAIIAM examines I 1 BLAND h.miaii betagi " well as the weapons—have, it seems, existed since tune wa*. -lore the Creeks had a word for i i it appears that get away from end it is not lmpmbable that the te male, having beaten his wife for ij.viii(! him an underdone bearsteak. stamped ,ut f the cave and went oft* to play a primitive game of snuoker with his cronies. In a new, well-appointed volume* the rth. growth and maturity of the club ll • accd and illustrated with contemporary *srlngi "ml photographs most felicitously But as a woman, and an unsociable woman : that. I Hrnl it hard to assess the benefits of ub life. QUIET, PI-EASE There are. I know, women's clubs, and ice. when I lived in the country I belonged i one myself in London, so that intransit. M it were, I could tind a resting place for my '-.iggage and a dignified cloakroom in which %  • wash my hands, an armchair between 'rains and a quiet a dismally quiet, cup of to my knowledge, spoke to anyone and I don't believe any of the other women %  /ho were there drinking tea and looking at the illustrated papers had ever spoken to anybody either. It was a matter of expediency rather than pleasure. Men. however, assure me that in their clubs Ever y bod y is very sociable and that the interchangej of ideas is exlremely stimulating and revivifying. I do not. though, believe it. I think they are %  Tilling to pay enormous entrance fees and mine annual subscriptions for the joy of sing in a place which they know, short of quake, cannot be penetrated by a ..-nmun. Being in a minority, this makes cm feel safer. 1 am speaking, of course, of purposeless tot clubs designed fur cyclists or philatelists or hockey players but just for reclining on leather sofas with a whisky at •he elbow. COFFEE F1KST Most of the big London clubs in St. James's iteet and environs started as coffee houses where the literary lights, the Ben Jonsons, Bosv/ella, Addisons and Drydens congregated l M Wit tJbd learning. The coffee houses began by being publie establishments, but often the coffee drinker*were s<> eminent and appeared so possessive rdtnary man desiring nothing but •is daunted by Mich company. Some coffee-house keepers desiring to keep ">tli habitues and dn.ppcrs-in set aside a 'in I'd the IMI met. end soon this becam* a i From there it was an easy step to i mation ol a club. NO SMOKING • The Brit working men's clubs were started i I in the middle of the 19th century raup of worthy persons imbued with the longing to elevate the morals of the poor Neither smoking nor drinking was allowed. was organised splendidly, everyi thing was tine save for one small but import the working man never went near them. When the working men's clubs w D. v. SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS a co.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Isu.lly NOW Tins S A APKICOT JAM 12 DM.) .611 VI Tins OVAI.TINL U-ariic) 1.24 1.12 Blllc AI.I.SOITS BKKIl .26 .20 M IhK is |ly. and thffe is now nol a come if England when a man cannot, with a little effort, avail himself of the pleasures of a rom home, billiards table, library dancing and whist thrown in. even bring his wife, but she, of la onlv allowed on sufferance. -I.I..S MATS Rl'RBKK Green and White. Blur — 27" x 16" Pedestal. Blue. Blue and White — 22" x 21" Drain-board. Green and While. Red and White. Blue and White — 22" x 14" FIBRE Nos. 1, 2. & 3, Plain No. 1. 2 & 3, Figured Nos. 1. 2 & 3. C.L.S. WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO.. LTD. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 4472 & 4687 SANTON WATER HEATERS models in 5, 12. 30 & 4(1 gals. Aho HAIR DRESSING EQUIPMENT DaCOSTA'S ELECTRICAL llll'l. RECEIVED IN OUR WOOLLEN DEPT. A Small Shipment of ALL WOOL BLANKETS Siie 60" x 80" at 18.32 each S. in the following Colours:— ROSE, PINK, SAGE. SKV, SAXE. CAMEL and PEACH WHITNEY ALL WOOL WHITE BLANKETS Size 72" x 90" at *10.22 each SECURE YOURS NOW FROM • Da COST A & < •.. I M DRY GOODS DEPT. The Fd,m.i„.. OI Primary Praiacan m The Mitel (aria**.. % m | B ii. (Lte.l The >n MeatUu) %  of Primary !' %  .1 % %  Outana (Limited) m nt Hahliiig-> H mi the
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Tkaraday
October 13
195*
Barbaras
Ilwoca
U.N. TROOPS DRIVE TOWARDS PYONGYANG
\\Reds Ordered "Fight
To The Death "
Britain, France,
U.S. Will Ignore E.
German Elections
FRANKFURT, Oct. 11.
THE UNITED STATES, Britain and France
announced today that they had told the
Soviet Union they could not recognise Sunday's
elections in East Germany as giving the Soviet
Zone regime any legitimacy or claim to represent
the people of East Germany.
The American, the British and the French Hinli Com-
missioners in German) John J McCloy. Sir Ivone Kirk-
l>;itrick and Andre Francois Poncet, all sent similar letter
to General Chuikov the Soviet Commander-in-Chiet in
Germany telling him so.
Rice For
Starving Reds
The High Curnmbsion here this
: afternoon 'released Ilk
McCloy*!! letter to 0O
I kov which included ihe ropy of *
letter from West Gem
< .Ll.-. 1>i Konrad Adei
I ah German elections and other
I freedom
TAIPCH.rORM06A.Oct 11 j McCloy'i. letter began by sayln
Chinese Nationalists said today l-In my lettei <>( A1a> 25. 1950.
that their transport plane* had! I requested you to tnu
dropped 24 tons of nee in famine. I your Government thi ,
strtkr-n areas on the Communist'agreed on by the Foi.i^
mainland ton of the United States. GrM
A spokesman said Ohat 101 Britain and France for proecduir
American built planes also j which would permit holding free
dropped six tons of Nationalist democratic and
propaganda pamphlets und flag:'throughout Germany an
for under-counter celebrations lead to the eslai'li-hm-
freely e|i
Only W. Germany
( mi DecUle On
Gerntan Army
-ADENAUER
'/ \\ (Jet 11

Kout.id Adenauer said toing n
that he hint lold
the Waal QtlBU pMibameai
could decide whether German-
was to raise dn tf 9

Allies had
he san
Addressing the German peo-j*'
on both -i' I
radio, the l'1
m Id Wa i- watting to **j
whether the Allies an

when."
Hi broad egg*, lollowcd yesU
(lay ' l.-s.nu... nil Q| hU M.I, ll .
of Interior Custav Hi
over cuaafratinanta il
German uttitude towar)

On France. Adenauei
have so oft* i
.mil also ptovdb Out OOBrWUl
towards Franei. and out Arm d
I in i-omm I
with Fral ''at I b-
act against
us with mistrust again: mistrust
i induces confidence Hi
produce)
more mi'
VIHON
yesterday of the anniversary of
Ihe founding ot the Nationalist
Government St years ago
Planes ranged over Central and
South China from Chekmng
province south of Shangai to
Kwangtung. north of the Indo-,
China border.
Nationalist Intelligence reports
published here todav clalmei
that 7.000.000 people faced stai -
vatlon along a flooded river
valley stretching north of Shang-
hai and Nanking.
Communist Deputy Premier
Tung Pei. say these reports, had
admitted that Communist China
was short of at least 1.000,000
tons of fooostuffs and nut
thousands of people were home
less.
Nationalist agents reported
.'issntisfactiou in Shanghai. They
alleged thai Communists ha arrested 10.000 people within
month and s<*nt them to lawm
camps
Reuter
eminent for all Germany. I havr
Frenchmen Drive
Out Guerillas
From Outpost
NORTH OF SAIGON
SAIGON. Oct II
French Union forces after a
three hour battle of "rare violence"
ejected Insurgent guerillas from an
outpost only 31 milee north of
Saigon, itself, a French military
spokesman here announced today.
Artillery and French King
Cobra fighter planes took pert in
the battle and though the full re-
sults were not yet known, at least
130 Vielmlnh guerillas were killed.
The Insurgent* suffered "very
great losses."
Generally in Indo-china the
spokesman added, the French
military' situation was better than
before last week's report of in-
creased guerilla activity.
AND NOW
"BLUE" RAIN
DORSET, Oct 11.
For the second time In a
week "hlue rain" fell in
England bi-d.i>
Nortman Darnell driving
his lorry patweatl W.wl and
Bnvington. i toratt reported
thai the rain Mfl blue
splashes like Ink on the
windshieiit end bodywork
Earlier this week
i.m' fell
terthlre about i*o to
iso miles north ol here II
was thought this was. i
by high wind scattering el-
der berries.
A weather as perl mIS'W-
day that "blue rain" In Dor-
el might be caused I
particles carried icTbJ I
Atlantic from C'entrnl or
North An i
Bed ram is (girl) common
in Italy, caused bg dual
tide-. Mln| carrwd from the
S.I ll 111.!
Rculrr

not vel il cen H tj
letter.
Resolution
I enclose the text
addressed lo the Allied
Magloire Tops
The Polls
IN HAIT4
PORT-AU-PHINCE. Haiti.
OcttW ii
Officials Of the 1)ciJ.u1nic:it .:
Interior said lodu th.it Col. Paul
Magloire wn>i 90 \*tr rent of tho
rotoi m Haitl'i presidential site
tion held on Summ\
Tlie Electoral Board i> cbacV-
llM ti' IBM on October 22 ".
confirm the result of the
balloting. The Constitutional
Commlttei meats m November
ofM cm gUtuI
the inauguration of Maglmrc and
the new Courasfl
Magloire 43. had resigiu-1 ffom
the military Junta which rul-d
tho island since it m-.-u i .
ovm DwmarMli Kefime fi
odk-e o year ago. Magloire's chief
opponent Fenelon Alphonse.
supporter of Estime charged that
: -n whs "hnkuin' and
did rot cast a vote C.P.
Meeting Broken
Up With Knives
VIENNA. Oct. 11.
The Austrian Socialist Party
Headquarters here alleged today
tenor bands'* from the
. High* Soviet controller 7,,-.. tdnid
(ommiwoii Jj\ Hi. I :,. Ids had lruii up a SocioUa:
MRU CLAKA I'OItb. *l *cai old .vide* al Henry 1 out. Uir mi i
ben p.cuuod -*''ii *ie- in I > m Itutfl. died
at the Ford Huspiul in Detroit When Ford drove bis art car threiigb
the atreeta of Detroit .1 was Mr> Foul wbo -at b* his tide and faced
Uie jeers or tho crowd Her public evpearan. n. +*** inireriiifnt She
preferred In i role uf wife mid awl
Mr. ford ws- bom on April ll. l67, on .i fsrin at ftodford. Michigan.
adjoining the propf-rty owned by Hour* fard'n parents, aba was 11 years
old when -In- ln-l isei ber DHsb*nd hm t wlirn thes wi>rp m*irlrrt
Chancellor Inviting attention to
resolution adopted In the Uundes.
lag on the lith Sej.temliCr and now
endorsed bar the Federal Govern-
ment. This rcrolutioi
nnip>ing powers to arrange foi
the holding in all four zones of
occupation, of elections to an all
German Parliament
The resolution should be con
fciderwi in conjunction with a
statement made im the same dnv
In the Bundestag by the Ch.mcelloi
In th* name of the Federal Gov-
ernment, the text of which I also
enclose You will observe thai
On Page 3.
celing with knurkle dust
knives.
The meeting was bOi
h.t night in n etMBoa in Duartt
itit a few mUoa (rom the otlfleaoa.
Several people including Ihe
Mayor and Danrt) Mayor of the
town were seriously wounded
ftevter
AGCEPT RED ARGUMENT\
AND MAKE U.N. INACTIVE]
Says Canadian Delegate
LAKE SUCCESS, Ocl. 11.
Canadian Minister of External Affairs Lester Pearson. I
to-day told the United Nations Political Committee thai if
Russian arguments were accepted the General Assembly
would be unable to act in the case of aggression.
- Pearson was answering an at-1
:,irk made yesterday by th-
.
sky on "the Aeheson plan' to gtv- l
the General Aasemhlv authority to |
deal with aggression if the Secur-
ity Council failed tn aj I
Pearson said ihei V>-ahin-Ky hai
overlooked one essential poim In
.he proposalnamely that the
Assembly was being given powers
which wan not i n'.v within the
Charter but which were
only after the Security Council it-
self had failed to take action
ARTIES HEADLINL
I
(Wfr
TRUMAN, MACARTHUR
WILL TRY TO SETTLE
U.S. POLICY
LONDON. Oct. 11. 1
In ident Truman's Mid-Pacific meeting with General!
Uuutilaa MacArthu *n'iir*Kl weekend w Inter-
: in London diplomatic quarters t ettlt) critical policy illfTerrnces within the American
iidnnnistraiion through personal encounter.
The eminence of the adviser-
who are accompanying President
Tiumun and who include AvertH
llairiman, In Hnllip Jessup,
tha loading Aiuarkan
i hpert on the Far East, and
Dcnaral Omai itnuiey, is evi-
Waj tonsldered here.
..'Iitnpt lO aatUfl completed
i'ie . I, ,ui.1 rr.lted St I
i-i :i poUej
attain '' Tding t-i
Hiiarters.
'n llgniT in the talk.'
| The COnduetlfUj "' the second
thi Korean wai and
, . .-
itTJ It is thought here
Churchill
Wtmts Super
Government
COPENHAGEN. Oct 11
Mi Win.ton llnu-hill caUerl
here tnnlght for rapid creation 01
a v.mid aupar apeanimeni arrtti
Hussia as one of Its pilian- Speak-
ing to 5.000 people at the climax
of his three-day visit lo thi
Danish capital he said
'Unleaa some effective worle
Miper-sovernnieiil ran be set up
gill ojulekl) into action.
ptxwpeeta for peace and humai
1rogrehs are dark nod douhttol '
Mr Churchill mid tin- faajl
main pillars of the world u-mpl<
! peacs-" weie the I'mleil Slate*
with all its iiependen, ii- v, S...i
et Union, Ihe British Empire am'
l^wnmnnwealth and noltrd Eu-
ope "with "huh tiieal Hiiialn
I i'ii f. mvdU Mended
I <*i us iiiaki- -..iii "lia"
bt nic-ii- ill all bear
an ight which will be imposed
nd rapoaad upon them" he added
Mr ChurchUL leadei a| Om
* ref Rnroiieon unity dc-
1 (: ii \< .r ..ii
f the Indispensable pUtari ">f
arorld rnvfininent W. $m MM
pretend -1..-t .. I.'nilesl
i i the complcti
solution to all problems of Inter
national relationships" he said
"Our first task Is to unite thi
five countries".
Mr Churchill asseitvd W.
utagak our hand in gratitude and
i ('Mil......> the ocean to i'"
Othef hah of the flee wmld afflOa*
hein haa
Hi
SPORTS
WINDOW
WATER POLO
das rwi i
M ih- K

i*> Drul'ii-

i"i- .....I-I.
'-ouionxi .nbi i'
M J'i'l i- pucHIhK ni<*r

di*l In lip-nip cunOIUon
... 1 .,ll*rtt.. will -N>
Ijhrti WI.-.-H Ili.- - aTlkr.
.o hdp in US'* fiW'n-i when lh-
'oar, BmM An^^oif* goinr it
of H.m* d....,
Brazilian
Warrcmts In
Limelight
On London Stock Exchange
LONDON. Oct 11.
Shares of Lautaro nitrate
u firm step forward on the London
stock exchange today. At 413
the price recorded ad\anced.
Buying reported to he on the oval -
ount In the Market was
rather short of shares Elsewhere
Brazilian warrants emerged into
the limelight with improvemen*
which practically recovered the
recent loss which followed the
profit-taking.
Great Western Brazil stocks
were on the market around 181
ahillings on the official announce-
ment of the receipt of compen-
sation money Other Brazil rails
were harder in sympathy and
showed four per cent debentures,
fractionally better ot !
W. Berliners Demonstrate
For Free Elections
BERLIN Oct. II
VTaat berliners will o
:wo mm its mm to*
morrnv. lo Iliad] d-
Ofl lor a re-uiiiteo Berlin
the basis of free ami dattO-
aratic elei
At the aama Urns, '>> Lord Maj
tsot Emsl lt
the Anai r-satirl
one week Baal Berlin "shadow
ised by three Berlin political par-
ties, many East Berliners expressed
their desire for free elections.
THE RAINS'
GAME
Al 8 o i lock last night, the
wain which rushed down
Iron. Hi* sounlry to no*
through the C*neU-.<-.U Uiv.r to ""- sea. was only
alxiiit i ii" hr- helow the
Constltuili.n Knad unit the
Cully Houa. CotlkM
Rain begnn to fall from
about 4pm nearly all over
Ihe Island It fell lii'.vily lol
about two hours ami Ihen
drizzled all night in moil
parts of the island
It fell heaviest in St.
Michael. District *,A" re-
cording 3 411 inches up to 6
n in Rain was still falling
light U al mldlUghl in the
rllv area
No damages were record-
ed at any district, but iHc-
phoaa rommunlcatlon at
|-'<.Lii Roads I'olni' Station.
Bl John, araa mil "fl
The following are ihi
mi hes recorde-l at the vari-
ous stations at 0 p.i
District "A"
'B" .
"C"
D
TOKYO, Oct 11
JJRITISH and Australian troops of the United
Nations forces in Korea to day took the town
of Paekchon on the west coast road to Pyongyang,
the northern capital.
They were on the west flank of the main thrust.
Their drive took them 4 miles ahead of the Amen
can First Cavalry Division to a point 9 miles beyond
the parallel.
Americans attacking Communist defences
straddling Pyongyang road made very little pro
gross" against the resistance of men ordered to
"fight to the death..''
Keep Out
Of North
Korea
RID CHINA T{US US
OKrti ii : |1
Coma China ....
inwd
. .Olid lime ii 10 da n i.i hti
Ut Ol North K
The ( 'iiininniiiM i.iiii ii'i r.....
eking tOd 1] was in., t.
L'ulted Natloni forces wan a
anclni from the Mth wralle
order .*t wee N..nii and Souti
Korea in ,.i urTensive driv->
gainst Pyong aug. the Cotnmu-i
i up Inl Hi) ml* ,. the aortri
i quotad
BaUcpla
Crab Hill
..r.
Pn i nun Truman will tak
m.i opporluntty to rtsnlnd Oan
era] MacArthur lliat he is MtUBg
is the se.vnni not only "t th**
moot, but
als. <>f the United Nations
Free Flection*
In particular. Truman is ex-
pected to discuss the |>"li'ir*nl fu-
turt -if Kona aftai thi Anal tit*
lot-) hich according t the res-
Inn n of Ihl i'nil-.i Nations
(Jenernl A by free eJeetanna thmughout tin*
lountry In the iinuin-t..-
a no ant' -
ntinutl i'>i il* Govern-
ment uf Presldf-iit Syngman Khc
whose future will bs *
mi .hi be m
' ry of the
l.'niterl NaUM I H B With -up-
ri for this Oovernjnanl
(2) The Mld-PuclHc contol
wnlen (.omnium
M.i- futun alUtudg '", ''' m
United St-tc <;..v. t mm rt trongtli and
iniinist China it thrive-
Other matu-rs for discussionI Mn.-.in-m-i t>\
3 *li
ii
76
2 no
B7
2 7S
1 2fl
2 Ha
The lath
i the Chfnaac OoaMstihfaH For
i ign Minlstiv as saying -Ni"
American forces are atBMwUng
to cntoa Uie 3llh parallel
large scale (he Chinese peuph-
M.nnot stand l,,v idly wild regarl
l( such | in..ii- Mluaiiim
that created by Ihe Invasion .-(
Knreii by the Unilr.l Stan- ..>
its accontplne tuuiUriee. and with
i garrt to Ihe dangerous- treft I
owarda extending the war "
The Chines,- foreign Minl-tiv
. n-onlmg to the Radio denounced
ra etiiirel.v illegal the United
Nations rrsoluHon on Saturday
which gave (irnenil Ihmglas Mi
Arthur ihe "go ahead" for
noMing the Sflth par.llrl in
pursuit ol North Korean forces
He said thai the eighi .-.w.r
lesolutum had been
i.ndei manipuhitlon of 'In
Btatag gn a I .....m
v heliniiiii n,.,nmt, o| the i n
latin Tin
An army spokesman here said
Ihey made "no great effort to
riove ahead sime there are other
plans made for them "
Major OaneraL Url I Part-

ir.d LcAltenani 'lenetal Walton
H Walkir. A.....rrTn Kgh'Jl Alm^
i i Innded at th.
iv aftai it waa
riviiCBb. The Airt'eld has a
:
nut an sail iwasl lunw.i* of 1.1W
Mirda h.ith "f asphalt and in reas-
'inably giM-ii t*ondltlon
Tar Kit Airfoi.,- plansta will
fly In mpplle-. of ftiel and ammu-
illoii nni I the ground trajm-
i" ItW i.m I
iilii.ii. ..
IfUl \ 11 ..i- inh'i. |
usjfjorj
( United Natlona ground mKips
no) rlalmed ion North K.*eai.
asualUes and M vehicles. 2?
iiullding*. 2" rail a
ms gun pOgtaoni iU"lroved ol
tamaged
North Korean Prime Minl'tei
Kim Ir S.i. BSBl his luldiers to
fight to iii.id ...failing to a
broaalcasl i ihe Pyongyang radio
nig rjtdof virtual rsjfjnaM m
'lenernl MnAilhiu'- "llnal" sur-
' mi rountrv H
facing a grave crlall PuTfJH des-
perately In iplte of 'll iiimculties
until the Reeler
idopttd
UnltOil
t -;il tl
lasung
n u
at
si
and st rhiiip. out it stopped
niai btfora n p.m. in St
Qaorsm I run. in tat. Peter.
I. pus) in St. Joseph. II p.m
in St nJ>dr- and ."i 30 p m
Hill
nUnaffH Of) ihe path of recovery"
Mr Churchill icferred lo the
hostility of ttM 'oniniunial party
i | |o i-\i i % '0*p
ti uards F.urnin-an union
the Iviii
;i
On -Tage a
lol a
rope'
inj uvm
founded.
whiih il dra
the poveity
would all
the establishment
uniTi-i and i.c-i-*"!" q m
iraler
l'l
i uon
thrOUghoul Koie* wa, in d'.
the spokesman added, dcsignc I
lUthorise invading tn-ip* nj tha
United States und the other
itiona acting as her accomplice*!
invade and occupy all Km.
and to expand further the aggre
nve war in Korea Healer
UN. rrr>ofw Killed
700 Wonwn*
ChiUtren In Seoul
CLAIM REDS
SAN mANCISCO. Oct 11
Countag charges of alriK-ihe*
by Hnltetl Nalu.iis tOI
Knii'ii wimi prod1.1. .1 w-t. r".iv
by CoaaenuauM rtid...... pi'knn
\ j I nl. h from Pyongyang
(North Koftan eupitali Padlo
laairtglj ihnt more than .<">
votnM and rhlldran were siaugli-
Mut al Seoul by troops
of American lore nors mm
Bynayiuui Waw'i (oWitn Koresni
i limn
Reuter.
T.l.t. THK AIIVOCATK
Titr. NBWI
King llll ""> r Nlsht.
Jgf- TIU: ADVOCATE
pays fob man

'l'S,'S*~+*'r''SS*WW,
C.C. Gets No Reply To Deep
Water Harbour Inquiries
GUARDIAN
ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
Kjl.bli.hed 1821
'Acceptance of Vysiunsky'i legal
argument would merelv mean that
the United Nations cannot take
any action ut all to safeguard
peace and atturity if the Security
Council is made powerless by
one of its member*;." he said.
We do not and cannot believe
that the United Nation-, rrumer
fauction* amr such futility
Pearson said that the Soviet
Minister had argued that the As-
sembly must refer to the S.-cunlv
Council without taking
action wlulever the question on
which thr action waa necessary.
mg to say th ll
illegal under the Charter for the
A-emhl. to recommend that
United Nations troo
The general hesitancy m the Korea to prevent Cornans
other section was attributed tn vasinn hut that It is not In I
reports that Communist China had. illegal for the A-L<
told the United States tr> "keep; mend) that United Nations troops
out of Korea" l'i m order
tnainlv slightly lower wlthlthat that country may be at thi
Brtiuh Gaye*r-an-cnt stocks dull mercy of Communist forces in the
by speculators 1 northern pert of the peninsula
Reuter Reutae.
The Chamber of Commerce He reminded that in UlMl let- .aretully wiu. uoyernnient.....a
i. the> had pointed out th. f come to a derlnilc understanding
lhajj they were a lesponslbie ..rgam*. i WtUl them Thaj all.....
ade lelativi u> tne pro- body n presents tit tarnnsmt to get awav
posed deep water ' ttH BOB* ll the Chamber
oniv b acknowledf- Wl llndgetown. had < omplaine-J wen 081 ot one
.should have been ron- -t two big meichanu. Thai he
t>er told Couii'-il member j -l theii sulti-d on the holding of an addi- .thought was the idea thc> hail
monthly moating atonal h'-iiday. and of the sho.' got.
Mr A DeC Inni" tnoughl the notice that had been given Mi A de L. Inniss aak
matter up Mr. I.. tgiraad WHh Mr l.ucie-Smith a
The Chamber had wrlttan had very good reasons to feel tlu.t aemarks and he thjnight thev
Government son-e week- ago m- Government were not preprerl -houTd apthtta -rnall rommlttee
o^iirlng M to wfcgt was being to take very much iUc of the to approach the < olon.al Se.reta--
So IboS So project Mi Ii Chaml*r He really felt that the and get the whole matter lea,,
Smith drevs attSSlttoil to attitude re- the Chamber were not represe-,- Mr. M A
house operati
thai when thi- Ki.-ikI
Inp the "Colomble" an hen
on the 25th or 26th of this month.
It will be bringing th- P
of the steamship line and twt
fnM anaton The local agent-.
R M Jones A Co. Ltd
would like the members of the
Council to welcome them at the
Baggage Warehouse, and to take
liuich aboard the ship later
Thr Council agreed.
In accordance with the amend-
I of the Chamber that the
1 Council can appoint a member
the Chamber to act for any
id that member of the Council who may
Vlng on lative of the commercial civ i- the view- i 1 tin- huuiber often )> granted leave of absence for
i munlty. and it was up to them cot flic ted with mirior^ business one month or more, four appc
h. i said, that the Ship- to satisfy government
ng and Mercantile Association were Thev bail gi> >> *** '"'
id writ'-
hem to set up a Board of Inquire colony. If M B*n
Into the i Incroase their membersi
put their bse in rvder ;o iJ-
lloliduv AfTair come more repres-ntative. .e"
Mr I.i. do so
nffh the Chamber ..,,,,
men! about Kespimsihillt\
the puhii- the West He certainly th< u.i
indies cricketers had arrived from folk) MU
the United Kingdon. responsibility and import -
and until matter- like menta were made yesterday
those were straightened out. he Mr W K Atkinson. Senior
did not see bos 0 "g Salesman at Messrs H Jason
ippear any Jones & Co Ltd.. was appointed
to Government i, act for Mr. n G Leacork Jnr
tnan at present Mr C C Clarke. Merchant of
It was finall> I ah Swan Stren't to act for Mr G. H.
'it to thru King. Mr W H Grannurn
tfore taking fiirth.i action DlrecU.r of Messrs Robert Thoir.
Ltd ti. ael for Mr A R. C
Welcniiie FOT l*re-.icient King, and Mr. J ') Tudor
Tho Acting Preaident Hon nrovlsion Merchant of Roebuck
V C Gale MLC told lha Street to act for Mr. A S Bryden.
TKANs\i:mi
BUSliSESS
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CONSEQUENTIAL FIRE LOSS
(Including Loss of Profits)
PERSONAL ACCIDENT
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
PUBLIC LIABILITY
BURGLARY
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"ALL RISKS"
BAGGAGE AND PERSONAL
EFFECTS
it.ii-i'M i i -.1 -. RELATING TO ANY OF TUT AaVUVL
CLAMSr.S OF BUSINFSS MAY Bl OBTAINED InIS
APPLICATION Tl LOCAL AGENTS
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.SSM*v*%'.v.

PAC.F TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY. OCTOBER I-'. UH
C^odb aUiw}
\
ATLANTIC POND
OLD Hamsoniaiu In Trinidad
held their anrunl .'inner on
Sunday in San Fernando.
Among those present were Mr
W D I*ajr. dpi H A Thornc.
Mr Harold Haskrll. Mr Altstair
Johnson. Mi W K 1
Tommy Know lea. Dr. Greaves
Ph.D. Comdr. Carllon Gnriri.n.1.
Mr Jimmy Cozier. Supl. H Ann-
itronk. Mr Ralph Bekstetii, Mr.
Malby lYimingham. Mi Undsat)
Yearu-ood. Mr W M test, Mr T
Richards and Ml r.
Intraniiti
INTRANS1T from Grenad..
terday by BWIA on Uwll
way to Si Lucia were LI BoJ
Eric James. Commissioner of Pul-
ler, st LucU, and Mr H G. Val-
entine who is attached In itu-
Colonial Office in London
Col. Michelln is al present In
St. Lucia to have discussions with
Col. James when he arrives and
Col Mlchelin is expected to re-
turn to Uarhadoj this afternoon
Mr. Valentine was here a few
days ago having discussions with
the Post Master, and has since
visited Grenada and now St. Lucia
Old Harrison ian
ML(. AND MRS. JIMMY Robin-
son reluctantly left Barba-
dos yesterday afternoon by
I'WIA. after spending ton davs'
holiday al the Hotel Royal
Jimmy U an old Harrlsoman.
having lef! school in '35 to go to
America. A U.S. citizen, he now
lives in Boston where he works
with the Bethlehem Steel Cor-
poration
Their destination yesterday was
Trinidad, from where they will flv
to the US
Back From Grenada
CANON W HARVEY-READ
returned yesterday by
B.W.I.A. from Grenada, where he
has been for the past month
Barbadian Receives Trophy
1IE RAF. Safety Trophy,
* whu-h was presented this year
to the Royal Air Forte by OSsTSial
Gervasio Duncan. Chief of Staff
of the Brazilian Air Force Is to be
competed for annually.
It has been won this year by
Norfolk's "Tiger" Squadron No. "4
Commanding Officer of this Squad-
ron Is Squadron leader A. R. del-
Inniss. son of Mr. and Mrs. A
de Lisle Inniss of "Glenairc", Brit-
lons Hill.
This trophy was accepted by the
,>-
LoMoa *-, s-r.
All Council for annual compel,!-
ten, I*etwef-n 'day Dghier squaoron..
of Fighter Command and the
British Air Forces of Occupation.
to be awarded to Ihe squadron
making the greatest contribution
towards flying with safety In all
weather conditions.
For the presentation, Un enlm
laoon was drawn up on parade
I the Squadron's HO a.
Horsham. St Faiths to watch
Squadron Leader Inniss receive
Uw trophy from the Air Mar-
shal Sir Basil Emory
Wit* B.W.I.A. |n St Kitu
A FTER ABOUT ten days' holl-
* day in Barbados, Mr. and
Mrs Winston Warren and their
baby daughter Andrea returned
to SI. Kills jesterday afternoon
by BWIA
Winston, who is a Barbadian
ll with B W.I A stationed in St
Kltts. He told Carlb that Derek
Mendes is in St. Kitts acting for
him while he is on holiday; he
stilt has about a week more
leave. When he resumes. Derek
will be returning to Trinidad.
Congrats
CONGRATULATIONS to Mr
Pearnun ScOtt < Lodge School)
of Kingston, st Philip, who ha>
basj) ..ppuinted to the post of
nai.K i.i.ii troaaori i 4 the ,..,,,.,.
of St. Philip. His father will be
remembered as the late headmno
ter of St Philip Boys' School
Here For Two Weeks
ARRIVING from Grenada
yesterday by B.W.I.A. were
Mrs. Eva Sedglcy and Miss En:d
Linard. They are here for a
couple of weeks' holiday and are
staying at Accra, Rockley.
West Indian Fortune
FRANCES WINWAR. o-foundei
of the Leonardo 1
Art School, has thrown more
light on Ihe much debate!
marriage between Dual
rett and Robert Browning In her
book, "The Immortal Lovei
recently published by Harr
Hamilton, ahe has stressed thai
the significant thing about Ihe
marriage was not so much its
bam bill it* practical
advantages The marriage enabled
Robert Browning to write poetri
in the comfortable shelter of I
Wcm Indian sugar fortune, but it
also saved Elizabeth from her
father and her doctors
Arriving By The 'Colfito'
pXPECTED to arrive by the
C* (feints' on Saturday ai >
ate. Jack Kidney, Manager .
BH victorious West Indies team,
Mr and Mrs F. A. C. Clalrmoote,
(Mr. Clairmonte is Senior Vice
President of the Barbados CMtttfiH
Association), Mr R. K. Nunes,
President of the West Indies
Cricket Board of Control and Mi
and Mrs Jeffrey SU.Ili
Up For A Month
\iK l-EE TALMA who arnvd
lsl here on Sunday from Trmt-
dad lo spend a month\ (ml.,lay
is staying with his mother al
'Vlamede". Rockley
Congrats
CONGRATULATIONS to Mish
Daphne Pilgrim, daughter oi
S:- and Mrs. S. O Pilgrim of
Bay Street, who in the Oxford and
Cambridge Joint Board Examina-
tions held here in June reached
exhibition standard with Distine-
tion in History.
Daphne is at present in Jamaica
sft the West Indies Univen-ity
College, studying for her Aru
degree.
Carib also extends double oon*
gratulatlons to Miss Gwen Dray-
ton, eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. B. M. Draylon of "Eden
Glen". Golf Club Hoad, Ruckle*.
lor In the Oxford and Cambridge
Examination Higher Certificate she
has gained double honours, reach-
ing open scholarship standard
with Distinction in History and
English
Arrived Yesterday
MR. GEORGE DE NOBRIGA,
Managing Director of the
Barbados Telephone Compan.v.
arrived from Trinidad yesterdu
aftcrnon by BWIA.
WASHIN -TON.
The narrowing Atlantic Ocean,
f'.rther reduced to pond size ks/
the I a lev 1 mg feats,
never fails In challenge the men
bla/< trails
iih from the Old World
to New has served as a proving
ground for man and craft for near-
ly 1.000 years, notes the National
l first non-stop )et plain-.
flights between Euiup. andl
\ made September 22 brf
hn is An Force Brest, embelJ
Of Atlantic con-J
quest opened two years ago In
T'u Pilgrim Fathers, sailing
from Plymouth, England, early
in September ltJO. took almos*
as ong as Columbus to span th-
..hlng Cape Cod's tlo
N. ember 9. Fust crossings wait-
ed two centuries foe the Yankee
J,ipper ships, the "Dreadnaught,
.King a 12-day sailing record
fi-m New York to Ireland in
First steamship lo cross the
(antic was the "Savannah" in
119 Actually, it moved by wine"
ore than by steam, being full-
ggad. Its single steam engine.
user1
ghth of the time
nuring ihe 27-day voyage.
It wa not until after *he Civil
war that propeller-driven steam
thlps began lopping days off the
Yankee Clipper record lime The
ill-fated Lusirtinia in 1910 was
ihe first to cross in under flv
9eight **&< Britain's present day Queen
years before Lindbergh's success) Mar> hM n***1* surfacf
electrified a tensely waiting world. '"
pioneered the ,et tiail fro../0" ibwM **
England to I-ibrador. making
fueling stops in the Hebrides,
('"iiiiitbus and Lindbergh con-
tributed the best known chapters
to the Atlantic conquest record
book Aerial "llrsts" have been
predominant since 1919eight;
A century ago the widely accept-
ed view was that Columbus wrote
Chapter One Subsequent study
of Icelandic sagas revised that be-
lief It is now generally agreed
that the Story of Atlantic crossings
goes beck at least to Ihe turn of
the first Christian milleniumA.D.
1.000nearly five centimes before
Columbia's day.
Norsemen in undecked boi
using oars and a single squai
reached southern Greenland about]
982 Kiom Iheir Mnall colony*
there. Leif Erlrson and his
pushed westward to the place thev
called Vinland on the New World
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Columbus sailed from Palos,
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Genoese, five vearr. later became
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the continent, touching what is
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agjB of 52 days from Bristol. Eng-
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M-l'.-M JUNGLE THRILLER ! !
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BY THE WAY By Beachcomber
A S the wearer of one of the
* dullest hats In Europe I am
naturally interested in the activi-
ties of a number of scientists who
are working out a formula for
making hats glow.
I am sure that the idea behind
ii is to attract millions of tourlsb
to England for the Festival. I
wonder would it be possible to
hav nm.Un. IVajflMtnM ap-
paratus attached to every hat. Or
fl halo of powerful neon lights
round thv brim To make my own
hot more Interesting, and to bring
it into line with Ihe bOSi
porary thought, I propose to hove
bright yellow band put round it.
bearing the words, in scarlet let-
ters. "Yippee. Suckers'"
Groping la Thv Dtirk
ASKED b> Mrs Urge how
* many rhubarb puffs contain-
ing tolderol had lieen discovered
Mnce the regulations n..nusl it.
and in whol quantities, j Minis-
iry of Foud ofnotal read out 12
pages u,r Bfures ...nrerning the
cooling tests carried out un hot
rhubarb puffs, in order to delect
such ingredient ., grated hsjgge
medicated moss, health globules
shredded eardlmard, vanilla-
siring, and (ortihcd SOtTeL "| nc>-
ticethat there is no mention of
tolderol." said Cocklecarrot. "That
team under the Hobbs test." said
the official "Its under a differ-
ent department." An official of
ihnl department was called, and
Cocklecarrot repeated his ques-
tion. "We keep no separate re-
cords." said the official. "For offi-
cial purposes tolderol is treated as
IruXlhedron. uml comes under
srMrd rheese" "What are' the
grated cheese statistics then'"
asked Cocklecarrot 'After the
Hobbs test," said the official, "ine
figures are sent t. :i different de-
partment Grated cheese then
comes under the illegal ingredi-
ents people, who send the figure*
hack to G R 5741 for verification."
loekicvarrot groaned like a beast
in pain.
OiHi-unnion Circle
"put philosopher Kant, it will
a be remembered (or not__
whal care I ?) distinguished be-
tween the categories of Quantity
V> afeMi? and lno8e ol Helatwn
and Modality, by saying that the
former concerned objects of per-
ception, pure or empirical whereas
the latter concerned the exist-
ence of those objects in rela-
tion to each other, and to the
mmd Now I should be the first
lodcny this, were I not restrained
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that all olJe?ctii arc afT,-.
nthrr all Ihe llmr' Not ou, Mn
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Tlll'RSnW. OCTOBER 12, 15
BARBADOS ADVOO \TT.
PAOI TIIRFE
815.000 Voted For
V ester Hall School
Trtfc- GAMBOL? Rla* In Can*dian ttri,tii!!< ^'^nce., L'S
SZT/j^
MJMM PICK Ttt Tt/UB
mau- wt c* cauo tfow
km coiipun- ev k to
DM Wt- PtWraHt THtM
\ ill Benefit B. W. I.
Tourist Trade
-TRAVEL CONSULTANT
Frwm Our Own Con*fmMtf*n<
The House of Assembly
resolution for I1S.0W) for the
repair of the Wolev Hall Junior
School
The addendum of the reailu-
hM that a token >um of
SI was approved in the Estimate*
of Expenditure for I95lt51 under
Part II-Capital. IPublic Build-
ings. Hem 9 Wesley Hall Junior,
but It was not proposed to PVVMM
ui'h the building of tr.
general tchoi 1
programme had been reviewed
In the meantime, the roof cover-
ing of this building ha* deterior-
ated to such an extent that the
ceilings arc now dangerou-
The cost of rehabilitating thi*.
building is estimated to be $15,000
ann this amount is requested to
pi eve nt further deterioration and
damage to the w;illv
Dr. Cummin* who took
charge of the resolution, said that
the school was tn a very bad con-
dttkm When the rain '*'ll. Hm
ccillnc fell In and fortunately no
children were in tbi v.-iool to oe
injured.
Mr Mettle? (El said that he
knew that the school was in a
very bad condition. He hoped that
if the work was to be done de-
partmentally. it would not be the Carom South Mr. Mit;
Ri ngTwhlu. were ttettd SoS, aid ihis shouldI "be MW
npiatari man oi wei aooo as poswRi-*, he advised.
Mr. Garaer (C> said OH i BOBMd Mr. Morrison's ("D-puty
asking for a secondary scnool to rVetnui > statement that nation*-.-
be erected in St. Pn'llir That 'satlon or the nugar industry waf
school he said, would a5< ac.h- s'tll in the labour Partj
Ildran from the surround- gramme.
Hi* Party, he said, was toin-
Hc complimented ihe Qoirern- milled to the principle* or
ment on the speedy wa'* ii which nationalisation of the sugar in-
ill with the bur nrvica duMry, which was one of the main
iuld ie planks in their platform at th<
Wilt Ignort*
German Elections
Bullerites
Support Sugar
Nationalisation
the Federal Chancellor there
epeats the tuigajaatlon originally
made by htm or. 22nd of March
tor holding free all German
elections on a democratic basis
PORT-OF-SPAIN. 1^, Te&nl G*vemmem is
The rise in the exchange value Government freely elected bs ihe
lI the Canadian dollar will prove people, and u recognised t> my
a boon to Trinidad and the other Government as entitled to speak
HritiM, Caribbean Colonies as far |or Germany The docur
n ii concerned, said Mr transmitted W you ' this
T^ F Budoiph. Travel Con- . wlU therefore asaaa-MBd
"VS'SLT".^^ Rep^rnl^VV- -* *<" attention and
.Wc^-rlt Oirvan Travel Ser- to government as pro-
^Sae-SJ^SSi^"1*1*' '" Prt" "ouneemenu of the Germo,. pc.-
of-Spain yesterday ^ m wmm of ,hv ^^ ,.
He added that this would b> effecting their future and that ol
made possible to a great extent their country.
If the Colonies concerned wouU. The letter also *aid thai in.-
advertise in Canada, the value of nr and indispensable step to
the Canadian dollar In these parts achieve political and Govern-
"U-t them know that they can mental unity of Germany was a
get more out of their dollar hen convocation of the constituent
than elsewhere." he added He German National Assembly
however, admitted that the rise To achieve this, the Federal
would have adverse effects on the Government considered the fol-
cconomy of the Colony. Mr. lowing; requirements neeessa
I let en My
I JBT-OK-SPAIS
II .eti member lor

tu m
Rudolph ii on a tour of the Carib-
bean area.
"Trinidad has everything
necessary for making her a first
class tourist resort, With
ption of the necessary aceommo-
Maraj Attacks
Butlerism
ir'rotn Our Own CorieaBOtsttOO
vicks VA TRO NOL
Pont let iun*v nose due to
a head-cold or catarrh rob
jou of shep! A few drops af
Va-tfO'aoi up e*.'i nostril
case* brr attains, almost in-
stantly- Shrinks iwollen
branei. soothe, irritation.
clears stuffy nose! Try ill
' %*
Just a It* droei Z^^
up SKh POSt'il ^wm
aiUtA<&tlAM MILK
for all German elections
Freedom of activity for all par-
lias throughout Germany, with
all occupying powets retraining
from hindi-ring lht> fortii.Hu.,, ol
political parties and then ;u-iiv-
l
Personiil >afciv for nil todrvid--
uals. All tMrwspapeni to have
freedom uf publication and
circulation Kruter
MONEY SNATCHER
GAOLED
trm
and hoped V
pccdv with all
"- lest General Elections in Trinidad.
The result of these elections
a showed that they had a mandate
Own cwrsapondMii
PORT-OF-SPAIN
it was n hearilefs thing to do
This old lady.' said Mr B W
Celestaln. when in Port-of-Spain
he sentenced Hamilton Cox t
PORT-OF-SPAIN
Bhadaae Sagan Mara], success-
ful Independent candidate in the
rerem elections in Trinidad, has months' imprisonment for stealUu
attacked Butlerism He says he t no from the otrson of Klira
'o promote the policy of national- will remain an Independent and Hussev The Court heard that Co
bWUOn us Ctr M the sugar in- denied having relationship with appmached the old lady, who was
dustry was concerned. Mr. Tubal Butler, or his parly I silling in the shade of .. bm jt
He rejected IiOrd Lyle's message won m> election as an inde[>endent, Victoria Square, ttatlng that he
to the West Indies that the Labour and I intend to remain as such, could buy a piece of land for nor
Party's plan to nationalise the nnd will support anyone who is Previously, he had seen her with
l^hlT.S TwuiDM. *n*** industry constituted a threat working for the benefit Pf the money in bundle Cox suddenly
%? armorial to Mr Crowe ' ** Wcsl lnd'es or wa ,n an^ people", he said. Mr. Maraj felt snatched her bundle, and rat
For the 5S-St time 11Twas there way comlstenl with the Labour that Mr Butler's speech at Wood- away. A watchman, however
unfinished It was truly an unsuit- Party's doctrine of freedom and ford Square, recently was III- seeing
able and unsatisfactory Job. wlf-govwrnment in the Colonic* advised, particularly in view of crying
Mr. Ward said that the_____________the fad that Mr Bull'
Government had promised to build turned by a big majority for the
aaSool ;.l Half Moon Fort end M U Q D (... Sll 111 lilt'Ilts EaM 8t" Pa,riek "' "e ** "jf
E t*.\*. nn i oiii|i||ifl lllh ,hink hc ,i,ould have crlticUed ihe
hicli he
ith Mr.
... a stale-
to start some work in thai area. '"???!??!REf,Sfgf',??!**"J
Mr Waleett (VI -Md that i' GEORGETOWN. Oct I
HtitisJi Guiana is fast Ijeconiiiw
Mr Braneker (Cl
walk down HaywOOdg. S'. Pwhrr,
would show a horrible p.ece of
work Tha* was the New Coleridge
..inch was still being
constructed.
People were wondering whether
not the Government was erect-
far as he remembered the p
rag voted tor. The schools ground rp *- I W2 i* f s Governor in the way in
thai rklnrrj were (wMy COaafagU 1(1 V> I. ^HIISiat'IOr> ,,|. He also disagreed
He wanted the Government Mitra Slnanon, who. ii
e- caught
the snatch
thief." and
was not voting for money to build
new schools, but for effecting re-
pairs to a school In rcplv to the JM lenrnt to-day that
Hon. Junior Member 101 St Lucy, '"*l ll,r> si" lhl- colony s con-
he Hid that he had complete con- trarturnl agreement*with the West
fldence in the Colonial F-npineer Indies wece afrected. the Colony
GEORGETOWN
..,ent published a few days ago. Miss Elsie S Jaikaran has
welcomed the British Labour gained the distinctioniof being ihe
granary of the West indies. V Pity's intenlion to nationalise rtrst East Ind.an lady doc,,
for the ,h su'Br Industry.
ul the work on tlic pro-
The Colonial Engineei- had cm
lied out investigations nnd In Ihe
near future, supplementary pro-
visions would be made for the
completion of the school. The
figure would be staggering end he
hoped that the hon.
better position of being
able to fulfill asntractl 100 per
cant
Much depends, however, on the
weather ol ihe next few weeks
which will play a vital part on
the results of the IBM crops, but
..ry surveys Indicate that
he requirements uf the West In-
to..
uld find no other alternative dies will be fully met.
o
ute for ihe resolution
Council Clerk Creates
Scene At Meeting
IFYom our Own OonwaponOan"
PORT-OF-SPAIN
"You can call the police. I i
nol going", said Mr. Louis Peter-
at i
So far Antigua has received hei
mil requirements lo the end <'
October. Montscrrot has beei
lupplsad '" trw end of the year
St Kitts to the end of September
noiuinici to the end of ihe year.
t0 October 28; St. Lucia of Ihe Seamen and
to October 5; St. Vincent to Octo- Workers' Trade L-
To Be In Leg. Co.
PORT-OF SPAIN
General satisfaction was ex-
pressed over ihe Governor* choice
of the Nominated members of the
next Legislative Council. Disap-
pointment was expressed, how-
ever, by a trade union leader in
Port-of-Spain, that in* Governor
did not think it tit to nominate a
representative of the** Oodles
P Alexander. President
Water! rout
felt Uuil all
Mr
bar 9:
Barbados to September 29: elements, with the exceptir.
The figures quoted abova arc by the
based on tht 100 per cent re-
quirements, which for the entii
area amount to 29.125 tons.
ninated member-
Mr. Peters is the Council's
Clerk, and refused to leave th<>
meeting to allow the termlnalioii
of his services lo be discussed
When he refused to withdraw, the
acting chairman. Councillor Johii _-.., ., f.nnn/. portant pan in me aaaanai
Edwards, had the meeting ad- 8.G. Collected *J,OUU,VUU things, and especially because
lie
. urned Mr Peters refused lo
leave because he said that he had
been appointed by the Governor
and was not working with the
councillors. His attitude was con-
-Hercl "high-handed" by another
Councillor, who considered
Income Tax Already
QlORaEfOWrl
Income Tax collection this year
in British Guiana Is likely to
reach a new high figure, as nl-
Mr. Peters reflected very badly
the Council At the afternoon
meeting, however, a vote was cast lected
In favour of terminating Mr th.-u eeai
Peter's services at the end of virtual.* in 1949 paid
December and Companies $4,134,452.00
insldered it rather unfortunate,
"that the Government, in this en-
lightened age. when the trade
unions were playing such an im-
portant part in the scheme of
and especially because of
he new Constitution, did not think
it wise to have a representative
of ihe trade unions nominated."
Mr. R. C. Duff Urquhart, Presi-
dent of the Trinidad Chamber of
Commerce, said that the nomina-
tion of Mr Wighl was most wel-
come. Said he, "Mr. Wight ^
possessed of sound business abimy
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I, ALWAYS I ! PLCMB AND LEVEL
gay I Huh- IbM^ DiilmrUooi and you U1 hvr lowl Job :
ECONOMY IN I. M'.i. i'. will SurpriK' you.
VST. OVR BLOCKS a' (1 you will like them, they an- Simple-, yc-t Perfect
Ptanc IHI vou Friend*. We have hundred* of Saliafird C'usloiiirr..
TESTS IN MIAMI HAVE SHOWN that Concrete Block Builiii.II 4th-
stood Hurricane l)am>Ke better than any other type of BinlilinK
IRON
NEEDS
PROTECTION
HUBBUCK'S
METZINK
PREVENTS COROSION.
HUBBUCK'S MCTZINK has sn.-h great olttcunng potrfj that
O '.iry.
Can lir used as an undereoat tu any good finishing paint.
tOri will bold H i*x. pti Has utiu-uall'- gjDwd iih I'm ing quaUIIes
irutral lieeause u( Its ap poweT,
Is by no means urohibltive hi
Can be Miuplled in colour*, although the protective power
i>. tbi r-J..t-ii..I 'if Tlnl hi IwWltfe is greater than that of the
colours.
.ii gf exposure on Sugar Centrals in
the tiii|ii without Hu- .-lighten! sign nt deterioration.
Costs leas per sqiian raid per year than any OwMT metal-
preserving paint
Is tin' i orroalvi paint which "strikes into" Ihe
metal Instead of forming | .kin owf it under which rust can
fniiii I- i tins of 1 gallon and
under
FRANK B. rUwBRMN LTD.-A.tnh.
| ARE YOU CONSIDERING
RENOVATING YOUR CAR?
WE CAN ASSIST WITH THE FOLLOWING .
It I ItUU > III BIIIH MATTING
ft OBEY (III 1IHOWN i \i:iii
jjj | mis oil ItllliUA iwill lionn IIMMi
0 BBOWN "VYMIDE" IMITATION LFATHFst
IMVI -RSAI, CAR MATH
jjj I I \lr R TAPE
ft HIIWH CO It NKK lilllllli:-
A IIH.II WU IlltV IINSION ( Altl.FS
4% IN*ri.\TINf. TAR
IRINtll I'HAI.K FOR TYRES
> BEAT OlMiTY CIIAMOIH i l Mill i:-
a, i*oi isms ami run-si ci^>Tn
gk IMHIK I.OC K SPRINGS
gt KIN'. PIN' SUT-l
5IIIXIHI.I. t,\H AND OIL LINES
MiMMIiii m;\M BITS
lOIKlK SPARK I'llCs
* |iM iKimM/IM, litHKF.T
^^p^b Wp icouM mppr'iiittr
VUit
lo our r'nrtory
'.V.*///**>'/W////*W
SET
Ol K PAIM SHOP CAN ClIVE VOI.'K CAR A FACTORY
IIM-HIM. FUMT SPRAY JOB IN A VARIETY OF
SMAItE* WITH PINCHIN JOHNSON LACQIERS OR
INAMELS.
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
BAY mi I I "I*'- *!'


PACE FOfR
n xrr ados \nvor \tf.
THURSDAY. OfTOBFB 12. 195"!
BARBADOS
.-------------1
ADVOCATE
Tananday, Octet* I
\*M loiBIIIIOHS
tht Hou
remind*)
Parliam.
thai the H I
by Gfrman bon
veiling p
House of Lords Won turn lo
the old m
of another war.
It is fitting that w
Letnaslatures have been Invited t<
tins hittork i !
dMnoeratic legislative ammbly in th-
world
The parliamentary hifh the
democratic Ir*
is the pattern on which that m th(
countries of the Empire have bWD i
and Colonial p nwlUing
than the peopl. ,'.iun that there
should be any chat i
It is thi.s betdopl and tin
cracy where the will iity U>-
be will f the whok
the unsurmoun table drlhculty for the Axis.
It was not mii :
Luftwaffe chould have lr block
busters against the one institution which
stood f -i oentu i oj thai
democratic freedom
Typical Of the ipiril whkh ha
Great Britain reapected mot
hours is that which has. in
rebuilt and refurniahi I -t <.* m
moni Nothing could
proprlate than thai thi fun I nga should
have been supplied by the units of thu
Empire and thai rep
nial legislatures win
speech and democrat.
should be present at tl
U may well be tain ce of the
intent of the British people never to lose
their hold on the freedom for winch so
many of then nd died.
Ill'lUI-lll 1*1 .1111 <
AS THE years go by Ren
brings its own i tn rj commun-
ity in which :i a who (OU| hi
against the Forces of i htrmany In the firal
World War. Tl sfter tin.- Da}
was Instituted the world still treml
the brink of the abyss waiting soft*
which might throw civilisation back into
the cauldron.
It Is not suMhrient t< iis must
not happi hose who foughl and
diod have theli names and their memory
revered; roottiurjents have
them. Thi i irned to us are
still in many Instances unable to supply
their own needs; disablement and broken
health have taken then toll. It I
lhat we must think.
Poppy Day has been organised and the
Earl Hai| Fund has become a national In
Sttttttion in order that the in
should be obtained from Qv
defray the cost "f helping
In Barbados the work stai
Iwo dances ha1 I it ). Crane
and a Book Sale m Bridgetown so the
i Duld be colli eti d t1 sn early time.
Oj sle soon will be
dar and after the Poppy 11
Friday, November 18th, there will bfl the
usual Dance at the Marine Hotel on
November 25th.
A large percentage of the funds collected
are not sent out of the Island bul ere
utibsed in help boal whose
needs beccnii But the
p Oi n\ In England :
need of contributions,
Lord Cromwell In I t States
that the drop in revenue last year makes
even mote valuable the incn
that Haig'fl Fund ree
commin. erseas and from friends
who b> v
brance I
radeship witl
HITI!I1IA Whato/ihe
ll li'iisii i llap|M ii So Often \on:
Thai Dr-r.itl-rifi Knock
On The Door
tk-J
THI i iiruun had
town on I
SI al Mon-
r !..



rou ipeakins I
.lUtiful language
enjoy speaking
nhy. Jusl
i sn retattna. an
DO -u happen U>
\>
> w a i'
F. G. I i"s Bc'*n-
\\r works.
That wa* the beginning of what.
r me, bocssno
I
..
' oviel Russia.
0 nice did no) end
ilh "in i 'he Ihe*
;n lassoi hs
t Mwcnw
i .i dined with him at
Lb privlUgsntala tint It was a sell
. |d t
mi a half room kttetw n
fair, m addon fee >on bad to
i | ind ins
iiigssar Is Hm dli
U St-ffoii llrluicr
with him md bat family in their
ountn cottaae ntskh
i.-m.i [;ilki n
^ life I
HH d ai'J't.'i M*ha #"
"

m. :. toe. the .......


I .r the I' 'i and the
in.> I.
tu on how
Aftri : H
I ma to Oen uperlnlend
rnjuns of
fol Rut-

h i Ik,,i net tha prats
me, and
((iu'viiutied
THFN on" inevitabta
embarasseti. told m) h

bout I
tu him



i.i ii..i to
tall, in W

ah that
you cotuadar thai under I
bsurdu wk* i
thing the

as treason
1 ;
bean handling

m ruthie-.-., h watchrui. and
'

more adult.
I'm % h I a i>oiic
n r< r ."
.
ihiiiisaiMli I
n oil nnd
|l only
;
Krmemhrr?
THE ordlnar) ft" wan In the
a niahl-
ii
had to in thoM' ( ur yaai
which
I Liaaaatoattoo
Stalin- 11
Thin no one wiu laP
onough io hem
distant aaaaecUoii with
Bor lha poUoe^hi put you on iheir
esaouUoa ii^i
Provided h- k,-*-i>-
ulk out ol turn
lha fad "L- ""
tart Brumbling
and dots what the party boavur
all him. ii
m i a have no i ot Comradi
. vn
Hut tha 11 ""* P"r_
Ucularlj tin- ii
\ m d
sttecking newspaper article u
tandbia U replace that nudnichi
knock 00 the door.
No Waste
IT is .,
it i- the rasllaatmi
I Tlu- old
.> alii suttm '
onot affoi'i lha
-hnuxlc loaa I vahi;ihl.- hiam


3. The lame of UM Old terroi
i* stilt sumcieai in brine avao the
moat rccalcitrai to hod quickly.
Thi- pgotessoi worntd thai h.
Ip his Cngluh convaraa-
lions, or afaH
ii. earn on ins . : labls

It sOBchenko.
i las drol-
. f the party
arc not being appreciated, ut once
,'.,
f) Hi! 1MB. "
WHAT DO WE WANT?
ic ii. k. s>iviiiii:v at. k. LC
THE cum Ion on our
iblic utUIUea i* still 'wing
fl Hirurrii Iw a li'K < nu*aous
,., ,, i ted Into It I .1'
dug the

mi by 11
I ould >" Umltl 'I b) what thi'
eoU< d froat
argua In
Dm aCfed bach to cause
I. Is no more logical than saying
nt Vnerrhants can onb DBJ 'hen
-, in from
!>ielr customers, less t'-
huh all
- a com-
I) must pay the
they buy.
idd whatever margin is neceasary
..ti.i Ball Mconttnsb/i o* else go
II nuq ba lakan (t granted
bat the utUlttOa must pay fair
wages, to be ;nnv.il at bf
nogotlaUon betv
tintoni In u
,;i\. with the t'ip.iitti'MT of
pins si i '' "ti tiniigB.
ready to usa Its influarw i
.ii | to tn to avoid suiki
ing by ti
ibour troubls In
foui yesra
. .
ivelL and H would !* mfttaka
for the l Hoard lo
it do not
-.'< u3 concern It, hi
io would n ipirtng and
i onfualon
it irould he the dutj of tha
Vnntd to earn on whet

taclf with the total cod of pro-
t) oi gms.
Ice. including all
tenu ol

. I
fl
wrong to regard such a Board as

i sxen lalns srbltrsrr
with them. It
., matter "'
tion with lha oompanloi rot UM
moothar working of \
nefll of ,.!l con-
II works
i while I
pcoph sa]. 'Barbadoi
herd to bc-
laws of
i iUito, acononu
sound angli function
: think II
tutuea Act
as a stop toward socialism or
nattonalli at l it should
I ulwarh agslaat
* r

ance or dissatisfaction with the
Ming to Ik-
naUofutUaatton It i>
absolutely essenlitil that the utili-
.- tit business
lies, and UUl qtdts feasible
liiuUi ilounl such as would be
sat up In h the Act.
but nln Iblc under
iiit wage*
end other .'rims not diracuy in-
.
harmful result of distracting nt-
lenuon fl
i
fbr the


denu, but wa are all dbracu) In-
ks being done or
i service In Km

Ituatton
much improvi
.
may sx*
na* thai
i

' I
'i adding to Its
i
SO would like
assured of mop
Those who went electricity bu'
- been able v I
. it wouM
hke to oss me a

bj wnJcfl tha p w I be in full

in line with sound i
giueering practice.
It should be a riMtoiisibilily ol
the Board to try 'o enl'
Xration of the Company in fom -
ling plans to
munlty now ami In tutu
as humanly possible \\
right ti- ki tii..-
n
guarded by off repr< i
and onl> i can re
put rn
has licen shattercl b;
events.
If the prasi ard tm
ther world-wide InfUUon COOtll
uca, as Ikely, tin
i
come up. ami .
Sate thi! ..n>
. .-
mum. One of the mot'.
ways to keep rak

business and ill mon
H.-n i- reason lo think tha: ir
past policies had been mine far-
sighted in the ti
ba lietter off n" a
K'r of higl
We are entith I i.....eursnee that
no possibility b U-nuf ow
n Ac*should
u .,., .
would help |o do thll f ,.11 who
loin in tn 8U will iv-

.
orcpoacd Bojird Is to earr
I
the) pktaec and
raise rates at 11. wh
to the future,
1 lunning utllltlc
is unite outmoded la It
inl here"
a-^- I Nay These Men
i Are Scared Of
Women
\ IKI.IM | (.KAIIAM
examines I 1 BLAND
h.miaii betagi " well as the
weaponshave, it seems, ex-
isted since tune wa*.
-lore the Creeks had a word for
i i it appears that
get away from
end it is not lmpmbable that the
te male, having beaten his wife for
ij.viii(! him an underdone bearsteak. stamped
,ut f the cave and went oft* to play a prim-
itive game of snuoker with his cronies.
In a new, well-appointed volume* the
rth. growth and maturity of the club ll
accd and illustrated with contemporary
*srlngi "ml photographs most felicitously
But as a woman, and an unsociable woman
: that. I Hrnl it hard to assess the benefits of
ub life.
QUIET, PI-EASE
There are. I know, women's clubs, and
ice. when I lived in the country I belonged
* i one myself in London, so that intransit.
M it were, I could tind a resting place for my
'-.iggage and a dignified cloakroom in which
wash my hands, an armchair between
'rains and a quiet a dismally quiet, cup of
to my knowledge, spoke to anyone
and I don't believe any of the other women
./ho were there drinking tea and looking at
the illustrated papers had ever spoken to
anybody either. It was a matter of expedi-
ency rather than pleasure.
Men. however, assure me that in their clubs
Everybody is very sociable and that the inter-
changej of ideas is exlremely stimulating and
revivifying.
I do not. though, believe it. I think they are
Tilling to pay enormous entrance fees and
mine annual subscriptions for the joy of
- sing in a place which they know, short of
quake, cannot be penetrated by a
..-nmun. Being in a minority, this makes
cm feel safer.
1 am speaking, of course, of purposeless
tot clubs designed fur cyclists or
philatelists or hockey players but just for
reclining on leather sofas with a whisky at
he elbow.
COFFEE F1KST
Most of the big London clubs in St. James's
iteet and environs started as coffee houses
where the literary lights, the Ben Jonsons,
Bosv/ella, Addisons and Drydens congregated
l M Wit tJbd learning.
The coffee houses began by being publie
establishments, but often the coffee drinker*-
were s<> eminent and appeared so possessive
rdtnary man desiring nothing but
is daunted by Mich company.
Some coffee-house keepers desiring to keep
">tli habitues and dn.ppcrs-in set aside a
'in I'd the Imi met. end soon this becam* a
i From there it was an easy step to
i mation ol a club.
NO SMOKING
The Brit working men's clubs were started
i I in the middle of the 19th century
raup of worthy persons imbued with
the longing to elevate the morals of the poor
Neither smoking nor drinking was allowed.
' was organised splendidly, every-
i thing was tine save for one small but import
the working man never went near
them.
When the working men's clubs w
D. v. SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS
a co.. ltd. at the COLONNADE
Isu.lly NOW
Tins S A APKICOT
JAM 12 Dm.) .611 VI
Tins OVAI.TINL U-ariic) 1.24 1.12
Blllc AI.I.SOITS BKKIl .26 .20
M
IhK is
|ly. and thffe is now nol a come
if England when a man cannot, with a little
effort, avail himself of the pleasures of a
rom home, billiards table, library
dancing and whist thrown in.
even bring his wife, but she, of
la onlv allowed on sufferance.
-I.I..S
MATS
Rl'RBKK
Green and White. Blur 27" x 16"
Pedestal. Blue. Blue and White 22" x 21"
Drain-board. Green and While. Red and White.
Blue and White 22" x 14"
FIBRE
Nos. 1, 2. & 3, Plain
No. 1. 2 & 3, Figured
Nos. 1. 2 & 3. C.L.S.
WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO.. LTD.
Successors To
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
PHONES 4472 & 4687
SANTON
WATER HEATERS
models in 5, 12. 30 & 4(1 gals.
Aho
HAIR DRESSING
EQUIPMENT
DaCOSTA'S
ELECTRICAL llll'l.
RECEIVED IN OUR WOOLLEN DEPT.
A Small Shipment of - -
ALL WOOL BLANKETS
Siie 60" x 80" at 18.32 each
S. in the following Colours:
ROSE, PINK, SAGE. SKV, SAXE. CAMEL
and PEACH
WHITNEY ALL WOOL
WHITE BLANKETS
Size 72" x 90" at *10.22 each
SECURE YOURS NOW FROM

Da COST A & < .. I M
DRY GOODS DEPT.
The Fd,m.i.. OI Primary Praiacan m The Mitel (aria**.. %m| B. ii. (Lte.l
The >n
MeatUu)

of Primary !'
! .1
Outana (Limited) m
nt Hahliiig-> H
mi the
a me !i" "n of stt
Geomc BeeL kc\u
trulici ot the Dvit>pment nnd
Welfare Orgei
The feOowtrii n m bei
.
represented ;in follows:
n,* Oaatral I
Prudurt-ra. Ulania
h l. at Kin

-,
I.
ajoa C A i
at i
. i i
Mr. D
performed Ihe d

*
ml ion tron
tatsve. Mr A
of the W i

neaa. Tl*
Svtoer
Kent bnsine. Thr
rare much regret led.
Sir Georc Svx-t. who was
present throutfiout the first
..eleomed the dele^itea
when the prt-eeedlasjs wefi

; Mr. B E Itolfr
Devi Doment snd
leo el

0
ihe Koo
R L. M. 1 \n Its Chn
M> I) 1 V.
S
Messrs Tap* v
., Co <>f Jamaica as
^ thanking them fur duni
' Ml audit gratu
After all the formal business
i ..a been like i, the o tu
vusaod Iho possible repemunlora
rquay (Nmierence on lha
i menl paueil the attached Hepoliitiun
was ni5 ll*en Ui
,.
. torn. H it i
C adequate

passsd on these
i xp-.Mied the
thanks or the tv
; .
and Welt..it* Hfl tin ih
ml which Ihe
ivs been

RrM^Mllon un Ihe Torque Ce
frrrnre on ATT l'a*ar'
Ml. .1.1.,hi-. 1S5S


ins tatecneoi Ii
\ II, 19H)' -
"It i.i cardinal feature nl
'
trade wttn
the Cemnonweelth ami i
and ti*e ISBpC I
Preferearce .md ..ii
i saum .\'
: tpared, in
with ihe eti
com 11 n
hictlons of
- u well a' changes


ci H



AND ..
" '" '' t ^ a t
..... Amen, .mrt Qln,,
nee ... OATT naj ,4m fu.
urther roducttoni ,,r tl
.....
AND WHEREAS In van

ol .he
ncultuhi and In
!< improve tin-
1 .'IK Of the r

ploy men t, the poss:i
further i , U\v fl
ranees u
viewed witii (he greatest alarm*
AND WHEBI \
inw. and In -..me cases in

iv pradui
the even) el
I -


might be
ti ie*;
BE IT HKHEHY RfJ
That ants of the
..,, i-,. .
In the L'ariboea i
md British Oulana be
l.v requested to tok-?
mi ihesv fcicts nnd eirc im-
v
Governmei.t ti rough the Set re
tary of State for the Colon!c*
maj be possible
that no further reduction. 4
the rat.- : i creferei. -
should be cenceu-d by tha ra-
the TTniUJ
Bl 'h-
v on 1ATT
(I) a ket-ionti Reaaeaahi
('mm liter
snd 131 a Tr^de Commlwloner
Service In thr f K
rs 1SS0
WHEREAS rhe r.xiforence on
'r Aaaoelntioi, ,.f ih,- British
held in
'
resolutl ru ding ti"
ReniT.il.,
' Co .i-,.
1
riom:
AN'1> W I

f a Conference ol representatives
tibers o!
Ci mmeree and llimsry Produc
ei held Februsrv
ISIS;

Honduras have Included th-
nsfceasary provision of funds Ln
their buditeu f. r the current
Financial Year, and the Govern-
ments of Trinidad and the
> Island, have mad<* It
known thai they are prepared l"
participate, the latter In respect
i f the iouT Colonies coniprtslnw
'he group;
AND WHEItFAS the establish
thess two cimplementnr-
organisations Is, in the opinion n
.his Council, viiallv nece**i.r>
tor the maintenance and exran-
: ion iif the overseas trade of thi
llrin*h Caribbean area an
BrlUsh Ouians, and to the sate
Kuardlng of the trading Interest
of the area it 'it**rnattonal an
wealth conference*;
HE IT HEREBY RESOLVssD
That the Governments <
Harbadns. British Oulana an
the Leeu'ard Islands be re-
.-pectfully requested to ghre lh
establishment of a Region ji
nitee and
Trade < Service '
their aan
tod havourabes ^msidsasitlor
t^e provtsloi
I hart of the necessn'
funds as early as may b
possible, m order that setlin
up these two urgently neeess.':
orfanisations may ba n
longer delayed.
LOOK AT THESE
NOURISHING
FOODS
fm aatap Ynur i'hihlrvn
in 40Maf HvttUh Svrr*' MVEtt
at r-s. sTaVafsM HWIf
FOR YOUR CAKE
KAISINS
< HF-RRIES
HINti SI OM
t 1)1 ill I. IM.
GOLD BKA1I. KIM
ROVAI. RAKING POWDEK
CAMS i>hok\iii's-
FRESH DAILY
SAI'SAfil |
II \MII1 1M.I It -I I \K
I MriRI < oi in
\i-i-i i -. on MOI 1
MARSH MAI I Order Early from
SPECIALS
I OS. Fish Paste | Oft pr l>n
14 os. Fish Cske I? "
16 os Sink A Kidney
Pudding .4* "
111 i.' *>uliana
-i.iI.L.uk 4S "
Bssaeaass CM !%
I


Till KM) \Y (KTOBFR 12. 193(1
BARBADOS \nvOCATI-
PAC.I 1 l\ I
Jo wish
(k>nwt<'ry
Cleaned Lip
1Aiu iiwi-:, .

many ye.,o
being n ,
Two walla are being
both side* ..! u* raainaiv leaa
Ing to Us
'
growth h.is U'.
1

While lilmunr m
moving *
Wiui in

were equipped with
fLMXmmXH n .... throwtnt
'c Rock
Some claim that thev can nee
M and the dli.
eornliuj (mm b
sea the penon who is throwhi^j
them
A few told tli,. Advoc.it>
aay that they are afraid to walk
' '" ! 'in-, ri:i\ I.-
ut b)
MM
TB POLICE BAND umlei
* I
play ;.!
4 o clock this evening
T*"' %' \HHIITV Dl el.
> dom ftU .
island, as well eg itudentl from

Um oiol
tie d.nl> Io see the film "Hamlet'
l-eoti running f. .

S> hool. wh"
aw the n iftamoor
' that at flr*t
i the pi)
He said ihrt baton
:- I
bin
thai B* WOUM b.- dhle to fnll.ev
Ine picture
Au)Ri:i no one ,,.-
the i
Ing through the Citj \
be ..ii to drive alona '
Gardena through
wntch is only provided
for 'buses.
* ranch far. The
i 't>u- passengers brought
Mr attention to the r., :
,,ii i :liim
CBAULKS I CHRISTIE of the
i. Company n
hf.i;
-hut, la situated at
Duih Hill, Oarrkno, m bstakasi
i
i b not >'t known H
town
MC M II. DANIEL
ff ifa Stn n
Hoys' School, repotted thai the
same school wan hroki n end
entered between Monday and
.rid quantity of bis
were rei
The total value Ii $62.55. Tne
K I
I'
ABUVlLi: owned and ridden
bj Lionel Greaves at Btw

.11 :n accident at Ash-
f< id Road on Tuceda)
< ,
Also involved in the accident
tor car T115. a
iphlbu Pains o*
Welchman Hall. St. Thomas.
*-T"Mii. momm: t imm \ i
J five t Warn
yard al H ...lock to-
night for Wai ii"
area of Christ Church.
BRIDGETOWN
gloomy ajjaln yesterriin
ind rain (ell hi
the late afternoon. The lempera-
Hfi degress Fabrenbg I
: tie
Some people were of the
opinion that the dark clouds were
caused by the intense, heat.
Sils Wilh Baby
While Selling Frail
I 1.1 BBV PAGI LAMBEHT li )ug| ..-.,,
i the I
I Ltd munch)nu biscuit


WITH PENS restgfj ..iw eaeeesw book!., i-oy* rron
rrj not- dtcbtod m ggsas y a Porn m
the chemical proportie.. uf water, and it did
' of a small frog In the clan-, room.
Form 3b at the Lodge School aro taki.it
yot-rday. SItr had feel finished agpl .
trangr when om- ol the hoys pa.....
Venezuela
Has Great
Future
Economically
Lodge School Students
Come From A11 Oi*>r Tim Wl
THE 312 boys and 15 masters of the Lodjn School, Si
John, were it lunch when the Advocate visit*
esque set ol inuhli i I i big lunch room
ttM steady hum of voices, Steady ilmtln. oCCMUons
I afi'l the tinkle of ware.
ni for tie ----------------------------------
'Fort Anthers!'
Spends Day
In Port "
v whh h
ning. ilid not leave |-
mtil lau
night
The -hip usually leav
at arrival (m
.-...
i i -
1 (actoril) They,
p 'i ml unon from
t rpgeid
Ujht M passengers. 4ft of
ere intranaMa
,. i- n-d n lull da>
Prom :i" .< m launel
Vera l.mding ther
. w
"
*
lunched and Bea-batbad enul
. ni the tbu d

i Ho
Venesueli
.' ;
Supply t
told the
: th.it till.-- was so be-
pre enl
.
well >. the tremendoui .
reautl ol the .....
' I and guai.i. i
t i gten-
Ita In the
worlrl in the state of Bolivar.
Mr Itogera arrived ben
ago from v.
with his wile .tnd fan
they are it ivlna ..: C n
of ware came fn...
1
cconom- b> inch!
'"' nd .,. ..iv.
] Si John al
I
.
W A 1
i
(']. p irgtoi Funns.
Weal Indies, the ma

KhOOl ;i
Fireworks
Come Out
the Barbados Pubuc h
Committee, told the "Advorat "
that tho' .all day.

.
bus) living
i .,
Technicid Help

theli
rv.onu arc now exhlbltln
N.Ainerirans Shtuilrl
Be Kncoitra^cil To
Gome To Iturbutlos

Mid though aha docs not
U

n*. -he atlll (indl tim,

: gf
g .
1
,-..[ She
,
there ,s m one will
beby.
are Irylna times," sh>
told the Advocate yester.la>
Umata tli

at i.i'i w.i'
Lsullbei :
ll .11
itix-Wx"
nglo
imbert. though There n
nlla for htm When gg
:.. she runs i>> Um
1 >k about is yards awav
. ainb," v."
-Imx" and when Lami
hi.. DMsthsi an answer
' | -mile, lie gets imne "but-bui
Hopes Allej la crea i
Cbapel Btreel
til li tut

.hack of ii budding, tou will aw
M>eiie*er. Rarlwr I
mtnr but ou arouM MM gp
unybodj come oui whoae hatr u
:i ii ihere foi
I1 O'li lot bared arm anil tin
l- shop, howev.i. |hl
I i tin- trade
I the tn lor'*
Ad frmt sjuer'a there is an old
k like sign which tell-

: the arc. but there hi n.. Are b
ound of the ham
d anvt] hggcrd
WHEN CONSTRUCTING
OR REPAIRING A
BUILDING
ALtt'AY." USE
EVEKITE
ASllKSTOS-CEMFNT
CORRUGATED
* ii : : i s.

Trinidad.
SO such board) is U
, ant
Cricket Season
The erlckel saaeon li on
thi grco-
i to Have iin ii
OuV led Include u the Knit
and Si Some derfeg began AUlng
will, large Breworl -
ter mid-da.
while the M.
lasa cases.
li Id that he
I
of tnter-Amertcan Aft.ni.
U.S '

technical assistance throughout
Bhi ti Latin
America. He will be KW
the U.8.A ak'i time,
but expect I here by
mily who
,i] be renuunaag until the sod
of the pear
He said that the '
Basic Economy Corporation wma
by ihe Venezuela Oov-
emmeni and by Mr Nelson
ler, one of the frandfona
D. Kocki fellei
one of Amerlca'i leading capital- building,
i h<
. in., i
letics. It is- hO

Mr P i
needs mon
t:ilT
:
of the Sell
.'. ng back to 11
.
;.egis of thi i the Pro-
pagTauon < UM QoapeL This in-
1
church-like make
of many buildlr..:
the pavilion
The s......, i al only IS
i ton
i Boot <-f
: j mri
tetw amber
i IllhU, aunts
indlea
,. i thi tdvo

. -Ill4lry.
and durum thai tune, it had .
nicceaa In
tun of the

. ..
and In establishing whol
Ueta fT food
WliafsOnTodav
Meeting of SI Thomas
VesU-> at 1 30 p m
Pollcr Hand Concert al Men-
l ii llniint.il il t |i in
Water PStl Aiiiutic Club at
5pm
Mahllr Ciucm.i. Warner^
PI.hi I m... ^ ml i hri-t
Chiir.h :! |. in
The Weather
TODAY
Sun Rises: 5 48 am
Sun Bean 5.45 p m
Moon i First quarter)
October 18
l.ightinc: II p m
VE0TEBSAT
Rainfall (Codrlnglon)
In.
Total for month to teileidi.
04 In
Itmperalure iMn > 84 * F
t.mi.....i.n. Mm- l 71 5' F
Wind lUreetl.m <9 a.m N I
13 p m ) V \ I
Wind VeliMll* 5 mllei per
hour
ll.iremeli-r M (l m ) -" S"">
(S p m ) 19 81?

nd, M
1 blla.ielphi

i
The nuiM'iil\ of local flrewoi k,
to aroi t "ii
month If a have alreadi
ndfused o-rdei with City firm
but one told the lii>,.i'f ..
tarday that they are -tin rum
more order* coming In
OGK YQIJR BEST
INJURED
I
. taken t.
1). Skiin,. |
l
.. ni with a Pri
bus in I id hortl)
i-tn


Darnell Yarde of Christ
Church MacrTwraon'a leg was In-

Wrong Parking Cost 151-
Phillips of Thorpe's
CotUUB, Bl < oifi rdi red
by Mr II A Talm.i
Io pay a fine of 11/ an.1
. | the motn
in a restricted area
pay the line In 14
prisoned foi OM month
HIGH AhlD LOW
EXPECTED ON
SATURDAY
laUot
the commg Noveanber bti
Meeting are expected '
(; oiogisf o"

i ford".
Twenty three aeries .
Sweep lor this meeting hav
|
Fined 15/- For
Overloading
HIM t! Tull ol Halls 1



.. 'admg the rt
M jrtT
Noel KaOhoUa, a In. <-oohii : i
: .; :
was also fined l.V a lh
with hard utrjour when he was
bus M1332 on Rot
Both :' ommiued
on Auin '
Mi li A X i
Police Magistrate
Truman, MacArthur Will
Try to settle U.S. Policy
a Frem page 1
(3) The future of Fort M
wh* n rxssTi raateai i f view
l ni who

. of j temporary w i
through
i
navy, and Ocneral Mil-
Arthur who believe I *
mosa should form part >f
the U Bl Pacific
iiefenc- svstem.
(4i The peace settlement with
Japan on which the
Suites has rt.. ni UN b
informal lulaternl talks at
Intareat-
ed '. iielieved
to ai
srall -
Britain, arm
I with th,

Reader.
WE
MEASURE THE
INGREDIENTS
EVERY LOAF
J &
ENRICHED BREAD
IN
OF
R
Vour hair will be
handsomer by far
when you treat it u,
Vaseline' Hair Tonic.1
Just use a tew drops
a day... then see
the difference!
Buy a bottle todayl
Vasellneffi
v.\v.v.\v.\v.v.v.
I' I It I \ \ C II (I H S
for Poultry anil l.irt-slitrk
"SE
DlfFERlNCt

Regular daily
of delicious creamy
,CM build u, twtaoce &
help Omtdy g"'""1

Cod Liter Oil. ndicM
tourot of Viismla A to
iNoaatosd m aatsn'i
Bjmm produt I bi build up
Mssslna sad rrUMsaor
io Cold., Couahi, aaJ
oiher cheat and hroadUal
llmcnti KhXALL
EMULSION ceautas
a very hifh pmporlioc
DBM valuable
natural ol pn*entrd in i
mooth drUdoui cnany
esnulBon.
SfXALl IHU11I0N
nnnn'0'""'Cf-W
G00D,o"'tf
That's why you enjoy consistent quality at all times
. ...........T
Now obtainable from:- KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
BtvF-.. DURALIFE
AI'TO ll.\TTi;illi:S-WITH EBONITE SEPARATORS
While P.rk Rod. (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) Dil 4391
I



PACK SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Tin rsi>\v octouir U. MW
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON

r MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
-( .w*p I San TO > .-. i --ccf two ;"; :
i < i .-.- notneiri
'. COUWB> ------------:--"
ft : ,*>^% -
i .; Mfcj
FIGHT

BY CHIC YOUNG
. (1 i
"- '-:'
S-yMy dflefc^^"*
IT IIOMLY ftACtD OM OO0 Of BMT QUAUTIf
Jlwatpaskfoe
--------- MORTON ---------
PEARL
BARLEY
INFLUENZA
MrntholaU-tl pr*-war I"
Pint Q'l .
LIMOLENE
. T I U ll C*peci-llv rTec1.v(
i VKK and Fevwuh
uone.
i.e. a Settle at 1MB DEAIE
SUPERB!
.9 I OOKLHft
FOB THE HOMI THAT I'REFFJtS
THE UEST
UNI ONLT llll
A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (Barbados, LTD.
AGENTS.
ORIENTAL
I GOODS! (ArUcuJea)
I CUROIH, JEWELLERY.
| MIKs ISr lUbla KapenolJ
IIJWI s
I IT Bin lir> SI DIAL |
NOTICE
THE AfCTtON SALE OF
COOKING BUTTER
which was lo have
ukrn place at Di(tU
Warehouse. Canary si
on Wertnewlay last will
ill*.- pi .., to-morrow
Friday O.t 13th at i 0
RHANKER. TPOTMAN A Co
THE LONE RANGER ____________ ______
r,i I -J an I I rK[ Tir. >d| U*0 MIDSi /SHORTY Wl01t.l CWlBE6rCJ&IH
S\ofew mrwKSbSJ/ *w.8BJKF-!LS1!K
BY FRANK STRIKER
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MCMANUS
0** .
1 >fHOU<
A*'

BY ALEX RAYMOND
Peanut Butter
and Jams
Peanut Butler 55. 35
S.A. Poach Jam .60
S.A. Fig lam......52
S.A. Pineapple lam .67
Hartley'. Straw: lam .60
do. Ra.p: lam .57
Condiments and
Extracts
Cayenne P.ppei ... .56
Pakrika P.ppr -57
Grcund Mixed Sole* .41
Mortons Curry .......47
Ml Sail......30
Cer.bos Salt -36
Bovril S1.60, .90, .60
Marmit* ........ (0. .3
Juices and
Squashes
.34
fee
iFORSi-JB ">\B. VOU
lQ/ILX PSGPLft...
,-3NCSTLV, I M*/B
A SPVITTiNO
WAV I kCAOACHE..

THE PHAVIM
EVEN THOU*!" IHEY f ITS A
TnOD6HT BIT AND I HOPELEW
WERE MAP- "EVE .* JOB, MB.
60T TO UNO THEM.
CAPTAIN.
BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES
MAYBE AM AEMV K1-*
aULPin-BC 'JtV.
i KIICW OYE vi. :ii *<
MUNPKM Of MllESOFJuSGLE.
THEY'RE SKIUE0 V.0004HEN
TMEVU COYER THEIR TRACKS.
AN ARMY COOlPrlT FIND
THEM IN THEM
Milk Foods
Taao ...........
MUo
Vttacup
Bourn-Vita
Himo
Lidano *w
Cocoa
$2.21. $1-19
1.07
Milk
oiled Milk
Letona Tom: Juice
Silver Lecrf PLneap
pie Juice .39
Orange Juice .......... .44
Orange & Grape
Fruit Julc* ......... .28
Grape Fruit Julc* -23
Throe Bays Tom:
Juice....... .35
Cox Apple Juice .SO
Rose'. Lime Juice
Cordial ....... 1-13
Clayton's Lemon
Squash ........ .93
Biscuits
Pk Freann Play.
box BUcuiU 1.20
Jacob. Carnival Ami.
BIkuh* ........ 1-96
Crawford. Club
CkMH BlKUlt. 1.38
Crawlords Club
Chma Straw. .94
Afternoon Too But-
cult. 140
Jacob* Cream
Cracker. 1.52
lack Straw. .73
Wines, Liqueurs,
Etc.
flndlat.r. Dry Fly
Sherry S4.00
Findlater. Dry Club
Sherry 4.00
Saulenay 1(42 4.00
Drambul. .6.00
Cointreau 6.00
Mar lr.i Vermouth 2.88
Vi Stout ......... 30
I.Hroy. Stout........26
(aimed Fish
Maylair Red Salmon .45
Chum Salmon (Tallt) .51
Chum Salmon (il 28
Mackerel .36
Pilchard. (Tall.] .36
Pilchard. 01 .......... .(1
Herring, in Tom:
Sauce ...................... -38
Frn.h H.rring> (Trail .36
PRIME
AUSTRALIAN
BEEF
HEARTS
KIDNEYS
TAILS
LIVER
and
MUTTON
VEAL
TRIPE
fl
.' '-
m&m


TiirRSD.w. OfTonrn 12, 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE SEVEN
I
CLASSIFIED ADS.! '"*.
"fLfPHCNE ISM
roit V%Lfi
U lOMOTlVK
CAB
Good ni'niv( i'
km Dial SoB7
CAII til I* I
hi AflM 3 p m

, Terr Bay
II 10 - In
CAM For.1 SlOaeSI 1-47. good con,.
diiit'ti Ownei leaving "Und. N
IW.4UI4* offer refoeed Apply Cap.
A J Preaa
10 SOT r N
MKOIAMCAI,
m& mm 1 paw
tcniNE Apply I
) . WAllCPTK
1 scon a> Co
1] a SO l.f.n
IXECTKICAL
XfXTHU'AI wutr.
30M T <>. I MO. 7 0M. IW, 7:BB.
era. gad ...
Alao cord gun hoinvra ft. -f nnd lumb-
bteclu
Tyre Co 1
.,
La
KnuocnATOR on.
fl Croalev Shelvador
American. On 1 Yeai
fee comHU V
roaming nn pmnlM Phone **4l
tl 10 5A?n
LIVriSTOlK
MIS( El I AMOI'S
FIR*.WOOD ;
par 100 lb. ai
Apply Dover
8131
* length., ai SOc
Wood at 11400
10 50 in
For thai bright -mile (MO "*.
Ilia" Tooth Peate aa It clean* a
poli.he. your Teeth Price I tut,
KNIC.HTS LM
11 10 -s
1*1 HI.H NOTICES
NOTICE
W 1
SaV-On
NOTM I
The <*' am SHOP *.rc
h-ving their LIIKlnlMA* opening o"
Fr.da... Ih am In fl W p m Cracker*. Xnu UOa
i-arotaltMU, ch-dreeVa MM
I Mlat
n* "
I ION
QUEEN'S COLLEGE
ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS
1950
1 The Waning Un lot (Jjueen'i
(oil eg* Er.'i-im Baan..nation will
be cloaed on the Uih
11*0 No jepliroUont miii <
, .fter lii. date
Fail am ran bo obtained from llae
Bbtii-ii. Qumi'i College
bOMM Exam I "ai ion a I"
Vju.cn. ColMlJO "HI be hold <
tf.e llih NomtK^. 1PM. si W
a n, l-.nnoiO.lM maul ptMMil
iimrumn al x
a.M nrM*"*)
mM.ua.liom Sod 10m.ee HepO-
miMi. 4.10 SO *n
POST OFFICE NOTICE
AIR MAILS
3rd October. 1W" AIR MAILS will be elated at the General Foot Offlee at follow.:
DESTINATION
NOTICE
' SCALED Ten-ten. for the erection \
I a Pavilion slid >'"
iij.1011 *. Oaarajt -hi
1 received by ror up to 31*1 October. ;
I Una arid Spwlrlctriioi-. can 1* M"
HARRISON I
ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
'I IOLNUATION M IU111I
A Entrance Examination foe the
fidiooi Voor Jonuoiy-July Itsi will u
lie., al the school on Friday 31th Oetobct
ttO al t0 a.m. Application. *HI be
Friday SOUi October by
ii ami mint bo ncmirow
Iko Haadmn
bo

U 1
NOTICE

..
ml 1 for Fka at Ihe Boy
Sc'nol, will be inrivnl I
UttOt than JOlh October
P-ront. of oppllcatn. mu.l b porUti-
iin.tr in n:raigntmcd clrcunulancoa
entrant! M>m II and It
W U
momal from tha HradmUtroM of o Imi
~ ttt*>l attrndnl by the pupil
Applicant, rniul bo botwoon tho___
.1 roan i>d 11 roan on th? date of
. motion.
I'nicnt* or Ouordiam arcompanyino
Iholf rtauoMvii or wmoo aro hnaby noti-
M-i that thrro Ii no >rcodatioa for
mom al th Mlvool on tho data of tha
rniinnation and thai tha aiamlnatlon i
Mill not ilart until they laav
W H AKTROBUS.
/ *c. Oov. Body.
Olrl.1 roundotlon Bchool
.kUa) in
1 so--on
l> n .11.
Iron Grtiniilai li a choco-
rad Iron Tonic The gran
be taken dry or Ihev may
into > Mndorlea a-tfa ti.in
brood and buiter Price 16
KNIGHT* I.dl
II 10 SO- -Sn
NOTICE
.-.-ompanlad by b-P-
llm-.i1 lertlfic.te. will b.- received *
Irldoy. 2011
OcUJiar. IW. for one or more vaoon*
. <\ Vootry E*hibtint |onab>c
1 >.,i..tion School
' muM be daughters ol
porlohMnor* In ' raiahlonu 1 ml not bo leu than ta->
Mtinlaa or more than twelve
yeara on tha date of lha tirn*itlmi
. n.uai pieaent
1
(. luuiidatmn School on Frlda.
H\n Uctober al 0 30 j m
muat be obtained
from mr ofllce.
wimh> lionnAiti)
Clarh of tho VMlry.
VACANT SCHOLARSHIPS
( IKIOI.
' 11:1 -
I H .
In
tion Scholanthlpa at Ihe Cfirl.t Church
Bchool AppllconU p
br childrrn of Parent* rraMlna In
Chrwt Church and wfio an
traitened Clrcunulancea.
The applicant* mutt be between
:aoe> of 10 yaori S month, and 1 v_-
on the da, of the examination, which
. will be hold by ihe Head:
lag nth
Form* of application can be obtained
from the Secretary. W II Antrotm.. [lit-
ion Hun* Bay Street Theae form, mutl
, be returned accompanied by a haptlxmal
nroflcate t the Secretary not later Ih.n
I p m. on Friday SOth October
W II ANTKOBITS.
Sac O." P.-I
Girl." Fovindat:on Sch
I 10 50-
Publif Official Sale
on ovorotock of Antora
-J the lame alra
!Uc ond the "mBll from
. bans BOM
KKKlfTT-S I,M
II Li '. ~-.
U AMI II
NKtrTT* 2im Olan-a Shlrta (
ii MOarlnd Quality at ra cm
each ROYAL STOBX I?
S A PY-IA
hlrt. and .".Jama- ordered t-i
... U ili-li.ered
rUXIANCI rttBT FACTohv
In atock a>ato* IV
mauroo amir-d Teeth
hot
KNICHT'S 1 M
. Act ISO*
lay of Ortobei. ,
o'clock In the
I my offlca "i
um not undc. (
aertoin

inn iiim
iTho Proyoal M.nah.<
UBOt-Oi *
ON FRIDAY tha ISth
IMX at the OUT Of 1
afternoon will bo told
Hi- hll e't bidder for an
thi appraUed valW
II. -ii coi'l.ilnliin by lamiaiK-
until fl,*** Houare Feel aJIUOtO Ma ISO
paulob of Chrlat Church at NAVY
OAJLMMS buttlm and boundlm on
lando ol Fobart Welch, of Mra Carol
on a private road colled Not*
ami on another private road called
VfitnOC Hoil tonelher uilh the im-
11 sc or Dwrthna Moum thereon called
-'Rjdcourl" Buildlruxa, arc. apprai-e.1 a>
folowa The whole property apptolMd
H nun -m..us ami and nrn
POt*NM ifMMII.i Atla.he.1 fTOaO
aVHBVIIAM AKNETT OHIFTITH lor
... 1 toward* Mt if atttaai ^^
If B -, Depoaii to be paid on day
HELP
FXPFHITtNCFD CASIIT'lt r
PIoom nppi* la ani kh ti
BmXI <" I ,,..' 1
ied."
10 10 Stt T F N
MISCELLANEOUS
WOULD Ladv that nworod
it-emont 1 oal live*
Hi :, 1 1 C e a*
,SFM
iSfc'
Au.lralla
(all air)
X Itaamtta
(to Panama
only)
l. (iuiana
Fir Honduras
CtarJi
Canal Zone
Colombia Rep
Curacao
Cuba
China ..
0> lllH.I
Dutch Guiana
iJom. I{>inu.li,
Bufopt
ft ciuiana
Gt. Britain
830 am
MM .1
11.45 a.m
IKS am
11.45 a.m
I I
IMS un,
, 11.43 a.l.i.
11.45 a.m.
I 2 00 p.m
: 200 pjn
: II 45 am
i o.OO a.m
2 00 p.m
2.00 pin.
2 00 pm.
lt.M p.m
11.43 a.m
II .43 a.m
' 11 45 a m
11.45 a.m.
9 00 a.m
2 00pm
11M 11 m
2 00 p.m
11.45 a.m.
900 a m.
1145 ,1 in
11 45 a m
II tl .1 in
9 00 m
11.45 am.
:1145am
I 11.45 am.
200 p in
200 p.m.
2 00 p.m.
100 i. in
1143a in
- 1
2.00 p.m.
2 00 p m.
ItrSTlNATION
Mb ttm
SaturtUv'
Monday
Friday
Wediu-tdj>
Satui-da\y
Monday
wMMtaVa)
Friday
Monday
Friday
TudMday
Monday
Maaa]M|
Friday
Monday
WMim-MA-y
Friday
Monday
rburadaj
M.....1.0
Tuesday
Friday
Wedncsday
Saturday
Monday
Friday
Tuesday
Saturday
Monday
Woxinetday
Friday
Monday
Friday
Monday
Saturday
Monday
Friday
Monday
rriday
Monday
Grenada
Guadeloupe
, Haiti
Huhk Kon
1 IndM
Martinique
Mexico
Montserrat
tvia Antifttiut
. New Zealand .
(all air i
I New Zealand
I Mo Pananm
only)
St Thomaa. VI.
(via Timdi I)
' Tortola
(via Antimi 1)
1 2 00 pm. Friday
* 11.45 a.m
11.45 a.m.
2.00 p m.
2 00 p.m.
M ai day
Friday
Monday
Friday
'lim.tr.
I.M ajn Thursd^
IN am W 1
0.00 .in Saturday
100 pm Mondav
200 p ... Friday
1145am. Mondav
1145am Friday
2.00 pm. Monday
2.00 p.m Friday
Monday
2.00 pm. Friday
11.43 am Monday
1145am Friday
SO a.m.
9.00 a m.
11.45 am
11.45 am
B 30 a m.
9 00 am.
11.43 am
9.00 am
2 00pm
2 00 p ir
8 30 a 11
9 00 a r,
8.30 1 1
9 00 a r
11.45 a.m.
11 45 a.m.
10.00 a.m
9 00 a m.
I.SO a 111.
9.00 am.
0.00 am.
2.00 p.m.
2 00 pm.
200 p.m.
9.00 am.
We*ln..da*
Saturday
Mcnday
Friday
w.-],.ad .1
Saturday
Monday
Frtdoy
Wednesday
Saturdav
Monday
Friday
Wednesday
Saturday
Wrrineftday
Saturdav
1 Mondav
I Friday
I Tuesday
Tliui'-iLi*
Wednesday
Saturday-
Friday
Saturda.v
Monday
Friday
Wednesday
Saturday
ttj an hour u-rorr ordinary* mail.
All previous Stliediiles should be r-ncelled
I .. :il Post Office.
Darbadoa.
30th Sept. 1050.
T T HE.
rahol.
APArtTMFKT At Coral S.itn
Worthing, one fully fun 1 I
ment. ) bedroom*, allver ond linen ioi
niriaiaj paruealan Dial 'M mm
FROM January lt.
-li. St Pel
ed with
K.uple Parlirutaia a.
T'letihone Mm
n ..on
FV.IIv furnlnli-
Buitob .- hsr
v W~alev Bay-
11 10 W p.
moil ROCK rl
for moniha nf Nay cm her *i
Phone-aOU
Jneaph
er ana iMcembor
:i in M M
HOUSE -LASACBTA HrHhton. On
Se From I rl Of' lM 0 On j>rr
month Ar-plv lo JAS. A. TUDOR Ltd.
Roebuck Kt 10 10 30an.
IIKATMHI:! 1
- fl m Decem
OSS Mra A. D
Ch Ch m 10 -p^-Bn
roomi. "* C
rSuntial M
sir*, t Dam.
I.ly- lllndabury Road
>lnlnB Roomi, 1 Bed
Both and Kitchen
nifiirnl.tied Apply tl
I, Shopkeeper, nearby
.1 (I .
PIIISOV Al
The inblic ore hereby warned o|atn*t
BlVln ,iIii to 111, Wife (HJiA rX!Hl.N
ASIIBY 1 nee Yeorwood' aa I do not
hold myaelf leiponalble for her or any-
one eUe controctlnd luvv debt or debt-
In my name unlooo by 4 written order
alined by ma.
Sia-ned 8AMURL V AS1IBY.
THE public are hereby warned aH-in*
11114 -ry ireilit to nt* Wlfl Oefa*
DOLYN MBDFOKD inee Wllltama. m*
do not hold myaelf reoponalble for nei
or anvnne elae conlractuir .<
debt* in my name unlca. by a wrlf.er
'I by me
Sfd SYLVESTEIl MKDFOHU
K.w Land
Tudor Brld*e
Si Mlehjei
II 10 SO-lii
Tho public are hereby won d
Hiving an. credit to my wife FBNra..
TINE POACH 'nee D-peua. n. I do n<'
hold myaelf reaponalble lui her or an)
DIM rltr contracting- any dabl or fldi1
in my name union by a written order
-fned by me
Sfd MAMTTN I. HOAC1T
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Tha public jre horobr womod aaoinal
USWIN KNICIIT. a> I do not

H in yi .1.
LI0.COR LICENSE NOTICE
Tho anplioallon of o 9 Millar. 1
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. H!l of 1*M n-anl- i
...I) 11 ll.irna In rt
1 .11 .imle ahoi> I
.1 ,:, ( pen
uoo -."> Liquoa Ucenaw al 0 woll ln>ii'l 1
mi: with kitaJ-.rn attached In SuUlc St
Dalad thla 11th day of t>
TOI II A TAIJdA. Xau
l-ollte MaoiMrato DIOI -n-
Simed W DVAI I
for ApplK.nl
K B -Thy .pplKotlon will be cen.M-
I leenaini Court to be hal'i
t..t. IMplrtcl -A" on Monday
t Bird U..y ol Oriober I0S0 at li
lock, .1 in
II A TALMA.
Policf M.ufl.tr.I. 1)11 'A"
If 10 Ml In
SCHEDULE
POST OFFICE NOTICEAIR MAIL RATES
EFFECTIVE FROM 11TH OCTOBER,
1950
PI III.I WALKS
All TKIN
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
Bl i 1 1 11
..... ono of Uo>rta A.em-
we will aril on FRIDAY 19th Ocl al
Warahouaa Canar-
800 X 5 Iba Tina Cooking. Butm
Cookng BottM .1-1
Ul X l.i Iba Tin- Cooking II > I
1? o'eloi I
BRANKtlR. TROTMAN St CO.
AurUooeerv
10 10.SO li
KEAL ESTATE
11.1. -Ml UK lit \ f
FAHLEY HHJ-. Bl. Pater Contaontnt


mbvT londi Appw to
Hi. id ah >w A Company 10 10 UK-li.
uth. MONTSEHHAT. .B W I
HOTEL contaliin 1
IN Ply mi
for C1.W0
COCONtT IIII.I.
dr.uum room, dining root .
niirr.i. 4 balhrooma. kitchen, panlry
ervianta' quarter* and garafO. Full
furnbdvod. and with linen, china. cuIImj
J- of 1 acre*
Ihor partlculaiB apply Pun
lor, UoniMrral.
10.10 W *n
KFT.MOI1E Slr1hcl)de. I I
.tending on W 70* -q feat ol land, eon
mdoh Oiavtinn
1 uroom* and all modern eon
pocMua y-nd lurroundod by wall kepi
hedge. Intpactlon by phoning rl
1 AM! A apol
Vlliaqe. SI Michael
Cot. Whitepark Road.
if Land 10 Kim
Appti MM -(
OI1011. Veopo
11 in so *
I.OSI A MM Mil
B Profarance Shar of *l each
Searle. CoOnetativc Factory Ltd
1 1 .....a Ftra
Th- above will be act up for aale fe) I
ClBMea on Friday, tha llih
inatant. at t pm at our Office In Luco-
CARRINQTON SEALY.
6 10.80.on
ARMY DiaCIIAPt.F





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Trie underalgned will -et up for Mh-
IT High Ktreet
II.Maetown. on Friday tie Ifth day of
nplahar. II I in.
cllinhouae aland-
feel of land at
Bl >" Muri
UT3
,1S
Upper Roebuck
Vfan Chapel
Inspection on application to Mr
*li>-ich, at the Jolner'a Shop oppOOBO.
my day except Bunday.
- partlcuUn ami condition.
IM ipplv lo:
COTTLE CATTORD A CO
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
Attention Is drawn <> Control of Prices (Iwffnrci
ItMl, BfO. H3 v.hi-h will be published, irr the Offlclnl
'- o( Thursday ISth October. 1950.
2. Under thi. order the maximum wholesale and retail aelli"'
" (Feed) are as follows:
(not more thani

tluiii

<1 160 lbs.
8c per lb.
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t'..Hiiir.\ ol uratuialion Rate per 1 .../ Card. i ..laiirv h.i BMttnaOaa Hate per j ii* OaMl Kr-rms
uenta eenta eanti i.iiK .ent- .-nts
Ad.-u ...... i.i. :I2 12 Iraa ...... 80 40
Uiulu 1 S A.) .. BO 10 8
Algaria 44 22 I.IIIUII. .1 12 f 4
Autigua 1 4 4 lh|.all 04 32
Aiigola ...... ~'J ;ir, la\a ...... 1.00 M
.\r<'iilin:i . III 2(1 12
Ariiha 12 li 8 i.'iiva 7li H 12
Aaceaaioa .. S4 12 12
Austrulia...... '.Hi 4 12 .ib'-ria 70 ii, _
do, ii I'unniuii) 2" in Anna 4X 24 ihulagnnsif 84 42 _
IB 8 K \lail.-ria 44 211
Baantoland 84 42 12 Mala.va Slalr. 84 42 12
Beehananaland 4 42 12 Malta ...... 44 20 12
Belgian Congo 12 M Hi Manila 811 40 If
Barmoda li. 8 8 .lull Mi.'in.. 8 4
llolivi* III! M Mauritius 84 42 12
llr.zil ...... 411 211 Urxieo ...... :w 16 _
Br. QuJaaa II 4 1 Iloutaerrat Ivia AntiKiiai 0 4 4
llr. llondiirus Hi I 8 dsroa.......... i.n 30
Bi v.., 1 h It..1-...... 96 4 12
Banna -4 42 12 M-v. IniiMillaiiil 'via
T'.la.l...... 311 1.1 8
Chile ...... 44 22 SearfOnndlaad (via
Cameroon! i.il 30 12 Jl.Tiiiuila) 20 10 8
Canada via T'dad :i(i u H M-w Qnlaaa 72 36 12
do. vtn Bamnda 20 111 8 \i. /..aland (all air) .. to 411 12
Canal Zone SO 111 u .in Ho 1'anatnal 211 10
Canary Island 1- 24 Nicaragua . 24 12
Cape Verde 1-..... i- 24 ligaria to to 12
( .'V lull rl 42 12 Nvasalalnl C4 42 12
I'lllllll 1 -.'11 go
Colombia Rep. H If '..l.islan 7f 31", 12
i oaia Rieo Zd 12 'al.'still."...... fl 32 12
i i.Ii.i ...... U 12 '.iiiama Hep..... 211 111
H, \2 (i 8 'araua> 42 211
Cyprni 48 24 12 'ilsia i.i. 12
i.n :i 12 Vril ...... 30 It
I'll, It.. llll'O 12 II 8
4 4 Portngueec Africa 84 42
Dominican Hep. .. 12 6 Phillippraea 84 42 If
Dutch K India.... 1.00 Till
Dutch i Iuiana 12 t 8 84 42 12
Mm Doaoagi..... 19 II
i idor 21 12 -an Snlvail'.r 24 12
Iji Ireland]..... (8 ii 12 t Halaaa 84 42 12
Bgypl r.4 2. 12 i Kills...... li 4 4
Btniopla Abyaalnla) T^ M -i Lucia C 4 4
Ruropr (eaeepl (It .t. Thonias. V.I..... 12 8 8
Britain & Eir.-i 11 20 16 -i Yit.....nt li 4 4
teyehellea 84 42 12
Palklan.i Is..... -1 12 12 4iaai ...... 84 42
Piji ...... T2 M 12 41erra LaoM 54 27 12
Pi w. m AMi i .. 72 M .uli.tlioll Is. K 30 12
Kr. Onlaha 12 ii ...nialilaliil 76 36 12
loutfa Afri.-a M 42 If
.i (0 in 12 lonlb w Africa .. 84 12 12
-: \ I: i 44- 20 12 traiti Bettlemaota M 12 12
Qibraltar 4U 2" 12 aadan AaguvBgyptlaa 72 311 12
OoW Coaal III! 0 12 -i ria till 30
li Britain a Ireland - 12 II
' Irenada II 4 I I'aiilfniiv ika 7li 36 12
loupe 1 TogoUnd 60 30
'llani go 4" If To-lola. II.V.I..... li 4 4
nata 21 12 1 i.iiih.Ionian at 27
Triniilail 0 4 4
Haiti ...... 12 ii funMa 4 24
Hawaii In...... .-1 1'
Ilciii.l 21 12 70 36 12
Kong H in 12 A ...... 20 HI 8
( rug.iay It 20
In.lia M 12 12
.. i oil -.11 \ iif/iii-la 12 li
i.mri 1 . l.-.ii H ;12 Zululand...... 84 42 12
lui Octobor. 1050
Barbi
loth oioUr. iy:u
Previous schedule* should be tan*llad.
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MAIL NOTICES
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Mail, for Mt Lucia by Ihe M V l.-n-
Jo. will bi- iUa.nl at Ihe f>
Ofncay a* under
kiatered and Onflnarv Mail
SHIPPING NOTICES
MUNTRgAI. AI'gTaAl.lA -law SKA.
LAND UNI LIMIT!*
IM.A.N.E. i in.
a "Olnuce*^' paOg Freemantl.
Srpleinliei Tth. Adrlalda aeptembei
nine "en ten liter ]gth Devon
port October lot, Sydney OeMM i nil
BrlaDaiie Ottolier Mlh. .titling a
narbadoa No. em her lllli
Theae rOOaMfg line .m|ir aoaoo (Ol
chllbxl hard lii-ren ami gOB
tamo accepted n tlimngh h.ll. ol
lading -ilh ii..i-.lu|ai>i<-i" al Trliila.ol
for narhodi^. II. HI .1, ,
and l.re..d hangM
or furtha tirilei-. ipplt
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riaatle Drinking (alaaae* for
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Honing filovri f15.00
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Chaval and .mallei fraaaed
Mirrora, II IB
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Radio and kitchen Tablea; amall
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FACE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. '
Polo Players Drink RUSSIA what of the People?
Russian "Vodka
"HORSESHOE COTTACir the Qarriton, made history
when it became the lirst home in Barbados u> bim Vodka.
Early on Satuiday last Count Tolstoi was observed I
various Iruit from the trays that line up the I
and no'doubt he was then gathering gome td the many
ingredients for the Russian "Special" which he made in
the afternoon with the assistance of overproof alcohol, dis-
tilled water. .siii;ar. pepper, lime. etc.. etc.. etc. that gfcra
set ti> boil in .in electric kettle from the kitchen of "Horse-
shoe Cottage."
i, Brewing started at obout 2 p m.
but it was m>i until utter k
that the Count deei.leit that '>*
Vodka waa ready to provide it"-''
jnd happy feei-
ng lot which Vodka U fagooue.
.- at about
rajkat Oct. 11 t'hr perfoetlea el his national
Frank Worrell skippered the' 'i* that dm in* the nlddta i
Common^alth cricket team to ''"1 He left the speeUi-
(he first vlctorv rt their tour te~ leOHN t Cherft Up <>n hi* work
day i proccM in y jaeket of ice H n
sad VKpraealon when lie re
iheir turned to in grounds clearI>
i-hich ndicated that all was well, am
with ndeed thm WfeS definite..
s ihe player* when 'hey Anally
The home nide were dismissed h-thered at tie Cottage tor the
their iieeond knock for 116 usual Cokes, (linger Ales, etc
WORRELL GETS
FIRST VICTORY
by nine wickets with
hi gaggg
Saurashtra were all out in
flrtt inning!, for 130 to
the. Common wraith replied
IM
From P4ie
.111 a good Staiir .
than),
think oeei what
k-Upa have been spirited
jag the past five year*.
I can only dunk ot One >
.
i th 1'i.litbiiro who sent
Varga Into the jungle
irftjaj that Bat
S: itM and the Western world gen-
n.illv showed n<> MgO) of imminent
collapse
dumbly
.m.I elegantly, and stayed. Vozne-
Bsnakl, triumphant, has vanished
to no i
Trainloads...

of the terror does not mean that
have given up their
tern nf informers Or
thiit the forced labour camps are
running short of r-'npower
They are still brine filled up by
trsinload after trainload from the
nnexed regions, from the
Baltic States, from the 1'
CseehOtlOVeh Ukraine,
from the newly won ftaonfjoilan
nrovinces
Here the old system uf indis-
criminate deportation by cate-
:*ao^^^o^>>y^oo>as>oaeoi*sesoe
nnri the Commonwealth made 57
for I for victory
The Australian pair K-
and George Tribe added 114 in 101 !
minute* for the Commettwealth\
llfth wicket. Tribe getting 77 in-
. BtdBag nine fours and
hat are happily enjoyed utter the
Bark At Play
PhfHp Mi' nerd wee
r*nr week.< ft] l hla accMe*
oes not appeal to have sUwe>
Grieves, more sedate scored 29 down
India's fast bowler Nyalchai nly been in the
claimed sin for 68 in 30 successive [gland iwe I
oven hrgJ from Canoae i i
Wickets tumble.! fast in Saur- i.een engage,l with the Molasses
ashtra's second innings. Sohnv Commission, and like the rest of
Ramadhin took 4 tor 21: Tribe 3 ,1)5 brothers was un lop for
for 48 and Worrell 2 for 25. John Marsh i ayod an exceUen;
Renter a | boll ihywofde from lla
H" -'- I-------------------|T,k MMla of the field to the goal
llttOIl LoOSt'ltS U|> potjj. col Mlehehn as u
lost an opportunity
FKHTII. West Australia.
Oct. II
Len Hutton rnused a eofprifl
here to-day by MalDJ othei
members of the MCC party n
their first practice since arrivu
two days ago und after a state-
mem from the tram manager tha'
Mutton's Injured finger neeue
rest. Hutton spent BWOnal min-
utes hitting catches around th
held.
Overnight rain prevented the
team from using the < i
and practice was confined
In the morning to mainl;.
hitting .i nrl fielding on grass,
and in the afternoon to the bowl
era loosening up on a wicket UM o
recent h- in a State trial game
DenU Cumpton hit the bail
around, took running <
Renter
By M. Harmon Cray
? A B 9 1
fltl
4 11
4ltl
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Kit
R M 1
f 41)1
4JII
ies
' An example of a trial bid
t from match play. Both
, South players opened Una
> Soaoe and re&ta Thra*
, Uimiiunds over a single rasas
irom North who then
' lumped '.. Poui Spndt* on
; thr Mrength ot hU Duunond
In Doih rooms West ant
V S to Ea*i' > R and
VmjUiS t a, and ? R fa*-
*rd In Room 1 a> l was
ii-o .i 4 it tnrk l. and <
me tlnraae Ot *t lost to ]
who returned *. <
Dumm} *u> eniereO wtU) *
j a III nnO Smi'.Ii made nmr '
(IhC UD Eart'* a> J. A j
' flub attack defeats the con- .
, tract Wet ran olaee his j
in the tuddlng with ^
4> k .1.1 -tirtnid lead 4> J 1
St TKH ft <
In Room 3 Bart made tha <
in. aid of a> t J
riouth led o> R Piae- ;
oniitiui-o with 0> *
| ai.d ta-u'i
t_
US 1 had to make. )
RACING RESULTS
iriem Our 0*n Cirandfit.
GEORGETOWN. Oct. II
The third day of the D.T.C
races took place to-day rOUew-
ing are the results:
i(.\>uh:ap. s pvexoaraa, ci^ss
Iff TO* BonU>
tn IVnM*<
Jrd iDnd
l lbs
Mllllnoairr 'O Vrill IB lb
Timr 1 mill IS
MIK-tlAKTH HAN IMC AJ'
1 IUIU^)NC- CI-Mie c
IM Wr Horn* h* ISO lb*
and mim anoia, torNu. its ib.
Sm Wavarlry iHlngTi US ll
Ui Tuckr Km. .1.,,'
omb ID i"'
r lOenaimi IS* iob
I Hwi' onoiii, iLdtafwaat
TAP T I
never
tnree hla obUgation as No. 2 l-
get to the goal, bill hi
*i not as nceurnte as usu.il and
many a ball went out ih.it could
,v. l-eeii .i inal Nick P.mi..
.icino again pro\*ed that with .i
I M he would soon rise to
.. top tank player, so it Is hoped
that this promising young playtr
will soon Bod mount srorthj ol
Ids skill and keenne>s
A New Horse
Bertie' Rradshaw's new nOCM
tave a lot oi trouble and appear*
to be some*hiit timid .ibout en.
tering a skirmish DBCktBg awn;.
from a crowd, but he has plenty
.peed and will DO doubt soon
tdapl himself
H. Johnson seemed 00*0 )
home on his Rascal, end 00)
ertalnly get more simiiI out .
um than it is possible to get ou1
: utev Tlie new Pavilioi
nearly compli'ti- I ind orUI M
I great coim meiuc to member.
ud visitor
It is interesting to note that i
being considered changing lh>
Club from three teams to two
teams due to the fact that this
ill givt aaaanban an apportunita
oi playing In e
tune without having to constan:-
y substitute for other plnyei
be art unable t<> turn up.
Competitions
With two Kama it would be
ossible lor the Club to have
keener cumiM't'tioi
would then have nbnut threo
players for aoefa position so that
II every evenng of play a lo'
f confusion wOUM be saved in
nding substitutes for particular
poaltlooe, end aleo playinj eorn<
f the men m .i baatn to which
they do not lelong.
Wedneaalayi und S.it\irdays arc
Team fterhoons for the men.
hile the ladlQg h:ive IfOOaa)
Unlur-
tunateiy their ,ne not enough
lady players to mike Up COBI
plele match, BO aOKOe >t the pnai
Lung out thin untrained horses
ah atondayi li help make up an
Eight
No dOBnlta news has bee.
from the Wiie/uel.iii-
re then Intended triatl winch
th nunth. lint i
hoped that some private mni
can be arranged with some of
their Polo players wh(
hortly be in Bar bad-
holiday.
Olympic Plans
Underway
I I'KNOS AIRES.
Plans for the IH5I Han Ameri-
can Olympic Games to be held in
Buonog Aire^i next February are
progicssing rapidly, according t.
the Argentine Sports Confedera-
tion
Over 4.000 athlatas from the 21
American republics .ind Canada
will participate m track and field
events, boxing, skiing, rowing
swimming and other sports, to-
talling 19.
All exiiensrs will Ih I
the Argentine government Al
Argentine sport stadium* and
clubs are being prepared to hOtMe
the visiting athli
attention Is being paid to fooc
aroblerai m an effort |
the regional demands of fon-igr
inns.
Special Argentine sports dele-
Kate Gregorio Esplnar is currently
United smi.-s eonlerrlnj
with Avcry Brundage. pre li al
ll.r I'S Olvi i nn itte.' on
American purticipatiun and will
later tour South and Central
American countries.
The United States has report-
edly assured the partmu.it..... ..f
15(1 athletes for the different
gories is still npi>l
lin makes room for new settlers
who have learned not to grumble.
What hoU the chief grab-
bles of Ihe |bbM praole be II
the* dared to vatee then? I
am In a ineri position lo tell I
tuu Far I ha\e been stud>- I
Ins report' ot man* So\ lei
rltisens who h**e lied to the
Weal men -ud Hm-n
r>am eer> walk of Hie *ht
lave made their a> iiit Ihe
Weierti tartes of firman
j ..I \j-in.i. Inlo Persia an* ,
Turkey, and rvrn inlo Japan
and India. These *rr Ihrlr
I.HI MHI.IS
I t-EASAMS and FARMER*
(who still form GO per cent, of
the Soviet population) Collec-
tive farms, they complain, are run
.ih chair-
men appointed by the district
committees of the Communist
Party.
Party members monopolise tha
id administrative lobs.
credit themselves on pay-sheets
with workdays they have not
worked, have first call on new
supplies at the village stores.
Collective farms brerik up family
lite, because man and wife eldom
..me free days.
a> HOMF.N l-EASANTS com-
plai
STOP THAT C*
COUGH

St.n liking tlMT* COtt.H
mi\h Hr .< once, and ace how
Quickly your tough will nop
Thn worid aanoea <..x*jh
remedy kiu- jaiy huanr-
hrcaihing. uul protects the
chest and luagi
XEW STOCK OF
YENO'S
COUGH MATURE
i BVMIN AMARA HAUBOKANISi:
I LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRIT Of PHM
mi
| BL'SKb Baby'i Firsl Soliil 1'ml
Also u varivty of OlGAitS
(OIIIXS IMtl U S3 ours
,'--.-.'>,',--','- -,-. ---,-
.-,.-- AeMNM
cuts
I.S s.
Above Hoard Wins
Cesarewilch
Handicap
NF.W MARKET. Oct. II.
the King's thrwe-yeur old flllv
1 ara. on Wednrswlny won
the Cesarewitch Handicap ovor I
-'I 'i lie ......h Ridden by E.
Ih ii r. Above Board tPOaV
(rout two furlongs from home
and outlasted a strong stretch
hiilleni*.- from Lord Astor's
French Squadron Mount of cham-
pion Jocko* (Jordon Richardi
Above Hoard -houldering 10H
...iiiii.i-. started at 18I in 3H
Horse Field and French Sqii:idion
with 118 pounds at 100-8 Mil I
WUUama1 Rarleeh mtden by
Charlie Elliott was third al 22 1.
rytng ii8. The ravourtl
raj Mis. Z. La in be 11
Bpeclalt) which was uoolacOd
T"e Kin pn ami
KM'..
. II.
. II..
ul rhiiui Dnii lUnehmsi 'iw km;
M. Jim S--n.rt -Jmieah- IM MM
owtotan ANit ntAiNvaei loUtDBCAP
I MU*: 100 YAIOa. <*1A A
' Pink iSunlcHi IH lh
kid Brqwn J* iKeM IWl H"
ars randfeu.i Wifclri n lb*
Time I in
\i- i rtmi*>N9s
lii Joli* Mlll iul PUt Widow .(loin
.ml Illi
El.
IHHr-T>>IW ItANIMtV
if m
ihat Ukt) .- < Rl ' >he
k. fur tii.- ..im .uil
Q IB -I 0
not InvaUas
WORKERS complain of insde-
quate pay. shortage and dear-
ness of food, and had housing
lot) giumble -bout many com-
pulsory deductions from paythe
obligatory State loans, trade union ,
dues, the subscriptions to this.
organisation and that, which no
one dares refuse for fear of being I
thought imlitii 11 > unsound.
They complain of the inflation
of administrative staffs in the I
t. loriej
The Stukhiinovite movement. I
undei arhsch workers comprtr foi
a championship in the highest In-
HWe i-
a disguised speed-up device for
foicing workers to produce more
l*ay.
U CIVIL SERVANTS complain
of the same insecurity. **We
' ire not take any initiative; the
penalties are too drastic."
l\ 1 KLLECTIALS express the
same fears. But doctors and
e.igineers show less .ipurehenslon
H.lteachers, college pro-
tessors, journalists, and those in
rtutic pursuits.
One young scientist speaks of
i.hat he calls tha "inner nugiii-
lon" among young intellectuals
he effort lo transfer from politi-
cs dangajroue m politically less-
Iangerous Held* lie himself had
transferred to microbiology. But
rVOB that hud become politically
nfeeted
OFFICERS resent the en-
L-hment of the Zampolit or
politicul commissar. They say they
sre constantly watched by the in-
formers of the secret police.
SOLDIERS from the ranks
complain of poor food; enforced
Isolation from the local population
If they are in an army of occupa-
tion; the special privileges ol the
o dicers.
London Express Service
whole family
with nourishing
ilAKER OATS
14 Nations At
Itaskt-tlmll
I rfoa AIKKS
Fourteen nation i were <
to perticipote In the First Worlo
' chaVnpMnehlp oiremng
October 23 in lluenos Aires' fam-
ed lAinu Park SUdium
The Argentine Basketball Con-
federation has announced that
Chile. Egypt, Spurn, the United
Stales. Brazil, i i
UltutHu hove dennitel) confirm-
ed their participation Tentative
iieeeptanns have been locelvod
from Canada. Ecuador. Italy and
YtOoalavlB No repb hen yet
.. i !. Cud,' iiithoiigh
in*,, believe i nei
Havana team wuul.i corno. The
fourteenth participant was Argen-
tina in s
Rugby League Results
LONDON Ori li
Hi m in 1
i.e.itiuc icsulls:
VurkshUe Cup Semi-tinal lll
I M. bard 2 (tie).
Lancashui- Cup Baml-Flnal
Oldhani o. Wi rrtngton s -C P
M lv<: lv .i......r IT. ixl. 1M li.- Tim* I -" H i S t Hilluim O, W, HtllRton 3. C
^- (V.M^| iprKnll. 1 lb. TW ..ni.s .t^l.,.la> #n fca-tBO_________________________________
They'll Do It Every Time ------ By JimmycHatlo
z&>UL A. iUll\ 'ffi7/PAVirt IS A "AlSrVATEO \7 TD hEAR fop-rei_iT IT upi ^
J///777fVl.mri IS A FRUSTRATED ^7 TO HEAR POP TELL IT, MB
\ 'tin upe OF tub PHRTy...so M CAN SELL ANyrjINSBUT )
HE WANTS LI'lTCHABOP 1 WBS *NO SALE"WIT-I
TD MAKE UPR3R IT-- A-t ITCMy-
S^ircwy oows^r^^V" '*-
TH/ST IF hE HOLPS ) ( >ESTERDAV I *AS
OtT LONfl BSOJfiW.y }. SiViNS SMUW/tCK
Ft* WU.COWE ), '* I 1-E SAVE TAL<-
1V50LSH with < Sj*-". av r sot justi
A BRiBE- ./iBivX^wX J6DUTAS FAC,
| ike BIG SHOW &
DANCE in IM
T*ViWG TO HAVE A
MUSICAL GEN.US IN
THE FAMILV A&AINST
MS WILL--
Tmanx to *mom jo is? el;
SELECTING
MISS & MR. BARHAllllS
All member* local and
visiting are asked to 10111
the Fun. not a dull
moment is expected.
OTHER ATHtACTlONS
f> PAItADE OF CENTS IN
LA1JIES DISCU1SF.
Priie for the naOTda
# GUEST ARTISTE TOR
THt: NIOH i
Star Miss Merjarle Dei
Mualc tor Uanelm \\\
Mr Heanwell % full Orh
Admksalon to Ballreoaa t/-
Be Early u> Secure a Table
aotf iii........... ............ m^H" "
fSllMHOtit......- .-----*?****
. .^lOTH"" .. mil""..^1"*..
OPENING
SATURDAY
OCT. 14th
THE
GREEN DRAGON
An up-tcwlau- Chinesi' itestaurant catering lo those
who like the best in Oriental dishes at reasonable
prices.
Prepared by a first cln-s Chinese Chef who knows
his onions.
NO. 9 BKOAD STREET
For Kiservntions Dial ilhlHi
THE MARCH
OF THE
CHILDREN
Let your Baby, too, join this joyous company
and march lo Health and Happiness on
(UW & GATE !
From all over ihe world they come a growing
army saved from sickness and disease
sometimes saved from death !
And happy Mother* cwryuherc are saying:
"There is nothing quite like this haul
there is nothing so good when natural feeding
fairs."
fUAP&4*Ato We*elfc*U
Liberty Voils
In lovely floral designs
-uii .hie for Kinking eool
evening or afterniMin
drtsses 3B" wide. Per yd.
$1.68
Liberty
Sungleam Crepe
in prrlty d'>i|>ns
36" wide. Per yd.
$2.33
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
III II HAND I'AIMS
FOR ALL PURPOSES
White clothes ire whiter coloured* are
brighter, with the rich auher of Rinof
Easy and gentle, Rioso washes thoroughly
it floats out dirt in record time I Dishes
take on a new sparkle too, when washed
inRmso. Soifyouwanteasier.quickerand
better washing results use only Rinso I
RIM SO for ail your mash /


pment nnd Welfare Orgei The feOowtrii n m bei %  represented ;IN follows:— •n,* Oaatral I Prudurt-ra. Ulania % %  H L. at Kin %  %  -, I. ajoa C A i at i %  i i %  Mr. D performed Ihe d %  %  %  ml ion tron tatsve. Mr A of the W i %  neaa. Tl* S vtoer %  Kent bnsine. Thr rare much regret led. Sir Georc Svx-t. who was present throutfiout the first ..eleomed the dele^itea when the prt-eeedlasjs wefi %  ; Mr. B E Itolfr Devi Doment snd %  leo el %  0 ihe Koo R L. M. 1 \n Its Chn M> I) 1 V. S Messrs Tap* v ., Co <>f Jamaica as ^ thanking them fur duni£ Ml audit gratu After all the formal business i ..a been like i, the o tu vusaod Iho possible repemunlora rquay (Nmierence on lha i menl W I %  %  %  f a Conference ol representatives tibers o! Ci mmeree and llimsry Produc ei held Februsrv ISIS; %  Honduras have Included thnsfceasary provision of funds Ln their buditeu f. r the current Financial Year, and the Governments of Trinidad and the > Island, have mad<* It known thai they are prepared l" participate, the latter In respect i f the IOUT Colonies coniprtslnw 'he group; AND WHEItFAS the establish thess two cimplementnrorganisations Is, in the opinion n .his Council, viiallv nece**i.r> tor the maintenance and exran: ion iif the overseas trade of thi llrin*h Caribbean area an BrlUsh Ouians, and to the sate Kuardlng of the trading Interest of the area it %  it**rnattonal an wealth conference*; HE IT HEREBY RESOLVssD That the Governments < Harbadns. British Oulana an the Leeu'ard Islands be re.-•pectfully requested to ghre lh establishment of a Region JI nitee and Trade < Service their aan %  tod havourabes ^msidsasitlor t^e provtsloi I %  hart of the necessn' funds as early as may b possible, m order that setlin up these two urgently neeess.': orfanisations may ba n longer delayed. LOOK AT THESE NOURISHING FOODS fm aatap Ynur i'hihlrvn in 40Maf HvttUh Svrr*' MVEtt at r-s. sTaVafsM HWIf FOR YOUR CAKE KAISINS < HF-RRIES HINti SI OM t 1)1 ill I. IM. GOLD BKA1I. KIM ROVAI. RAKING POWDEK CAMS I>HOK\III'SFRESH DAILY SAI'SAfil | II \MII1 1M.I It -I I \K I MriRI < oi in \i-i-i i -. on MOI 1 MARSH MAI I n 14 os. Fish Cske I? 16 os Sink A Kidney Pudding .4* " 11 1 i.' *>uliana %  -I.II.L.UK 4S Bssaeaass CM !% %  I



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Till KM) \Y (KTOBFR 12. 193(1 BARBADOS \nvOCATIPAC.I 1 l\ I Jo wish (k>nwt<'ry Cleaned Lip 1 A iu IIWI-:, . %  many ye.,o being n Two walla are being %  both side* ..! u* raainaiv leaa Ing to Us %  growth h.is U'. 1 %  %  While %  lilmunr m moving %  Wiui in %  were equipped with fLMXmmXH N .... throwtnt 'c Rock Some claim that thev can nee M and the dli. eornliuj (mm b sea the penon who is throwhi^j them A few told tli,. Advoc.it> aay that they are afraid to walk %  '" % %  'in-, ri:i\ I.• ut b) %  MM %  TB POLICE BAND umlei I play ;.! 4 o clock this evening T *"' % \HHIITV Dl el. > dom ftU island, as well eg itudentl from %  UM oiol tie d.nl> Io see the film "Hamlet' l-eoti running f. %  S> hool. wh" %  aw the n iftamoor that at flr*t i the pi) He said ihrt baton %  %  : %  I bin thai B* WOUM b.dhle to fnll.ev Ine picture A u)Ri:i no one ,,.the i Ing through the Citj \ be ..ii to drive alona Gardena through wntch is only provided for 'buses. ranch far. The i 't>upassengers brought MR attention to the r., : ,,ii i :liim C BAULKS I CHRISTIE of the i. Company n hf.i; • %  %  -hut, la situated at Duih Hill, Oarrkno, m bsta k asi i i b not >'t known H •town M C M II. DANIEL ff ifa %  Stn n Hoys' School, repotted thai the same school wan hroki n end entered between Monday and .rid quantity of bis were rei The total value Ii $62.55. Tne %  K I I' A BUVlLi: owned and ridden bj Lionel Greaves at Btw %  .11 :n accident at Ashf< id Road on Tuceda) < %  Also involved in the accident tor car T—115. a %  iphlbu Pains o* Welchman Hall. St. Thomas. *-T"Mii. MOMM: t IMM \ i J five t Warn yard al H ...lock tonight for Wai ii" area of Christ Church. B RIDGETOWN gloomy ajjaln yesterriin ind rain (ell hi the late afternoon. The lemperaHfi degress Fabrenbg I : tie Some people were of the opinion that the dark clouds were caused by the intense, heat. Sils Wilh Baby While Selling Frail I 1.1 BBV PAGI LAMBEHT LI )ug| ..-.,, i the I I Ltd munch)nu biscuit %  %  WITH PENS restgfj ..iw eaeeesw book!., i-oy* rron rrj notdtcbtod M ggsas y a Porn M the chemical proportie.. uf water, and it did of a small frog In the clan-, room. Form 3b at the Lodge School aro taki.it yot-rday. SItr had feel finished agpl ••trangr when omol the hoys pa Venezuela Has Great Future Economically Lodge School Students Come From A11 Oi*>r Tim Wl THE 312 boys and 15 masters of the Lodjn School, Si John, were it lunch when the Advocate visit* esque set ol inuhli %  i I i big lunch room ttM steady hum of voices, Steady ilmtln. oCCMUons I afi'l the tinkle of ware. ni for tie %  — — — — %  • 'Fort Anthers!' Spends Day In Port v whh h ning. ilid not leave |mtil lau night The -hip usually leav %  at arrival (m .%  ... i i % %  1 (actoril) They, p 'i ml unon from T rpgeid • Ujht M passengers. 4ft of ere intranaMa %  ,. in-d n lull da> Prom :i" .< m launel • %  Vera l.mding ther w %  %  lunched and Bea-batbad enul %  ni the tbu d i Ho Venesueli %  % %  %  ; Supply t told the : th.it till.-was so bepre enl well „>. the tremendoui %  reautl ol the I and guai.i. i t i gtenIta In the worlrl in the state of Bolivar. Mr Itogera arrived ben ago from v. with his wile .tnd fan they are it ivlna ..: C n of ware came fn... 1 cconom b> inch! '"' nd .,. ..iv. ] Si John al I W A 1 i (']. p irgtoi Funns. Weal Indies, the ma %  KhOOl ;i Fireworks Come Out %  the Barbados Pubuc h Committee, told the "Advorat %  that tho' .all day. %  %  bus) living i ., Technicid Help %  theli rv.onu arc now exhlbltln N.Ainerirans Shtuilrl Be Kncoitra^cil To Gome To Iturbutlos %  Mid though aha docs not U %  %  n*. -he atlll (indl tim, %  %  : gf g 1 %  ,-..[ She %  %  % %  there ,s M one will %  beby. are Irylna times," sh> told the Advocate yester.la> Umata tli %  at i.i'i w.i' Lsullbei : ll .11 itix-Wx" %  nglo imbert. though There n •nlla for htm When gg %  :.. she runs i>> UM 1 >k about is yards awav ainb," v." %  IMX" and when Lami %  hi.. DMsthsi an answer | -mile, lie gets imne "but-bui Hopes Allej la %  crea i Cbapel Btreel til li tut %  .hack of ii budding, tou will aw M>eiie*er. Rarlwr I %  mtnr but ou arouM MM gp unybodj come oui whoae hatr u :i ii ihere foi I 1 O'li lot bared arm anil tin %  lshop, howev.i. |hl I i tintrade I the tn lor'* Ad frmt sjuer'a there is an old %  k like sign which tell%  : the arc. but there hi n.. Are b ound of the ham d anvt] hggcrd WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING ALtt'AY." USE EVEKITE ASllKSTOS-CEMFNT CORRUGATED * %  ii %  %  : %  •: i s. Trinidad. SO such board) is U %  ant Cricket Season The erlckel saaeon li on thi grco %  i to Have iin ii OuV led Include u the Knit and Si Some at 1 30 p m Pollcr Hand Concert al Menl ii llniint.il il t |i in Water PStl Aiiiutic Club at 5pm Mahllr Ciucm.i. Warner^ PI. HI I m... ^ ml i hri-t Chiir.h : %  |. in The Weather TODAY Sun Rises: 5 48 am Sun Bean 5.45 p m Moon i First quarter) October 18 l.ightinc: II p m VE0TEBSAT Rainfall (Codrlnglon) 84 •* F t.mi.....i.n. MMl 71 5' F Wind lUreetl.m <9 a.m N I 13 p m ) V \ I Wind VeliMll* 5 mllei per hour ll.iremeli-r M (l m ) -"• S""> (S p m ) 19 81? %  nd, M 1 blla.ielphi %  %  i The nuiM'iil\ of local flrewoi K, to aroi t "ii %  month If a have alreadi ndfused o-rdei with City firm but one told the lii>,.i'f .. tarday that they are -tin RUM more order* coming In OGK YQIJR BEST INJURED I taken t. 1). Skiin,. | l .. ni with a Pri •bus in I id %  hortl) i-tn %  %  %  Darnell Yarde of Christ Church MacrTwraon'a leg was In%  Wrong Parking Cost 151Phillips of Thorpe's CotUUB, Bl < %  • oifi %  rdi red by Mr II A Talm.i Io pay a fine of 11/ %  an. 1 | the motn in a restricted area pay the line In 14 prisoned foi OM month HIGH AhlD LOW EXPECTED ON SATURDAY laUot %  the commg Noveanber BTI Meeting are expected (;• oiogisf o" %  i ford". Twenty three aeries Sweep lor this meeting hav %  | Fined 15/For Overloading HIM t! Tull ol Halls 1 %  %  %  .. 'admg the rt M jrtT Noel KaOhoUa, a In. <-oohii : i : %  .; : was also fined l.V a lh with hard utrjour when he was bus M—1332 on Rot Both :'• ommiued on Auin ' Mi li A X i %  Police Magistrate Truman, MacArthur Will Try to settle U.S. Policy a Frem page 1 (3) The future of Fort M wh* n rxssTi raateai i f view l %  %  ni who %  of J temporary w i through i navy, and Ocneral MILArthur who believe I mosa should form part >f the U Bl Pacific iiefencsvstem. (4i The peace settlement with Japan on which the Suites has rt.. ni UN b %  informal lulaternl talks at Intareat• ed '. %  iielieved to ai srall Britain, arm I with th, %  Reader. WE MEASURE THE INGREDIENTS EVERY LOAF J & ENRICHED BREAD IN OF R Vour hair will be handsomer by far when you treat it u, Vaseline' Hair Tonic. 1 Just use a tew drops a day... then see the difference! Buy a bottle todayl Vasellneffi v.\v.v.\v.\v.v.v. I' I It I \ \ C II (I H S for Poultry anil l.irt-slitrk "SE£ DlfFERlNCt %  %  %  % % % % % % % % % % %  %  %  %  %  Regular daily of delicious creamy C M build u, twtaoce & help Omtdy g"'"" 1 • Cod Liter Oil. ndicM tourot of Viismla A to iNoaatosd M aatsn'i BJMM produt I bi build up Mssslna sad rrUMsaor io Cold., Couahi, aaJ oiher cheat and hroadUal %  llmcnti KhXALL EMULSION ceautas a very hifh pmporlioc DBM valuable natural ol pn*entrd in i %  mooth drUdoui cnany esnulBon. SfXALl IHU11I0N nnnn' 0 '""' C f-W G00D ,o tf That's why you enjoy consistent quality at all times T Now obtainable from:KNIGHTS DRUG STORES BtvF-.. DURALIFE AI'TO ll.\TTi;illi:S-WITH EBONITE SEPARATORS


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%  PACK SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tin RSI> \v OCTOUIR U. MW HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON r MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY %  ( .w*p I SAN TO > %  :--" ft : ,*>^% i % %  ; Mfcj FIGHT BY CHIC YOUNG (1 i %  "% %  '-:' •S-yMy dfle fc ^^"* IT IIOMLY ftACtD OM OO0 Of BMT QUAUTIf %  Jlwatpaskfoe MORTON PEARL BARLEY INFLUENZA MrntholaU-tl pr*-war I" •• Pint Q'l LIMOLENE T I U ll C*peci-llv rTec1.v( i VKK and Fevwuh %  %  uone. i.e. a Settle at 1MB DEAIE SUPERB! .9 I OOKLHft FOB THE HOMI THAT I'REFFJtS THE UEST UNI ONLT llll A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS, LTD. AGENTS. ORIENTAL I GOODS! (ArUcuJea) I CUROIH, JEWELLERY. | MIKs ISr lUbla KapenolJ IIJWI s I IT Bin lir> SI DIAL | NOTICE THE AfCTtON SALE OF COOKING BUTTER which was lo have ukrn place at Di(tU Warehouse. Canary si on Wertnewlay last will ill*.pi .., %  to-morrow Friday O.t 13th at i 0 RHANKER. TPOTMAN A Co THE LONE RANGER r,i I -J an I I rK[ Tir. >d| U*0 MIDSi /SHORTY Wl01t.l CWlBE6rCJ&IH S\ofew %  mrw KSBSJ / *w.8BJK F -!LS 1 !K BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MCMANUS 0** 1 •>fHO U< A*' BY ALEX RAYMOND Peanut Butter and Jams Peanut Butler 55. 35 S.A. Poach Jam .60 S.A. Fig lam 52 S.A. Pineapple lam .67 Hartley'. Straw: lam .60 do. Ra.p: lam .57 Condiments and Extracts Cayenne P.ppei ... .56 Pakrika P.ppr -57 Grcund Mixed Sole* .41 Mortons Curry 47 Ml Sail 30 Cer.bos Salt -36 Bovril S1.60, .90, .60 Marmit* . (0. .3 Juices and Squashes .34 fee iFORSi-JB ">\B. VOU %  LQ/ILX PSGPLft... ,-3NCSTLV, I M*/B A SPVITTiNO WAV I kCAOACHE.. THE PHAVIM EVEN THOU*!" IHEY f ITS A TnOD6HT BIT AND I HOPELEW WERE MAP"EVE .* JOB, MB. 60T TO UNO THEM. CAPTAIN. BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES MAYBE AM AEMV K 1 -* aULPin-BC 'JtV. i KIICW OYE vi. %  :ii *< •MUNPKM Of MllESOFJuSGLE. THEY'RE SKIUE0 V.0004HEN — TMEVU COYER THEIR TRACKS. AN ARMY COOlPrlT FIND THEM IN THEM Milk Foods Taao MUo Vttacup Bourn-Vita Himo Lidano *w Cocoa $2.21. $1-19 1.07 Milk oiled Milk Letona Tom: Juice Silver Lecrf PLneap pie Juice .39 Orange Juice .44 Orange & Grape Fruit Julc* .28 Grape Fruit Julc* -23 Throe Bays Tom: Juice .35 Cox Apple Juice .SO Rose'. Lime Juice Cordial 1-13 Clayton's Lemon Squash .93 Biscuits Pk Freann Play. box BUcuiU £1.20 Jacob. Carnival AMI. BIKUH* 1-96 Crawford. Club CkMH BlKUlt. 1.38 Crawlords Club Chma Straw. .94 Afternoon Too Butcult. 140 Jacob* Cream Cracker. 1.52 lack Straw. .73 Wines, Liqueurs, Etc. flndlat.r. Dry Fly Sherry S4.00 Findlater. Dry Club Sherry 4.00 Saulenay 1(42 4.00 Drambul. .6.00 Cointreau . 6.00 Mar lr.i Vermouth 2.88 Vi Stout 30 I.Hroy. Stout 26 (aimed Fish Maylair Red Salmon .45 Chum Salmon (Tallt) .51 Chum Salmon (il 28 Mackerel .36 Pilchard. (Tall.] .36 Pilchard. 01 .(1 Herring, in Tom: Sauce -38 Frn.h H.rring> (Trail .36 PRIME AUSTRALIAN BEEF HEARTS KIDNEYS TAILS LIVER and MUTTON VEAL TRIPE fl .' '%  m&m



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TiirRSD.w. OfTonrn 12, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN I CLASSIFIED ADS. '"* !" !" "fLfPHCNE ISM roit V%Lfi U lOMOTlVK CAB Good ni'niv( i' km Dial SoB7 CAII til I* I hi AflM 3 p m %  Terr Bay II 10 In CAM For.1 SlOaeSI 1-47. good con,. diiit'ti Ownei leaving "Und. N IW.4UI4* offer refoeed Apply Cap. A J Preaa • 10 SO—T r N MKOIAMCAI, m& MM 1 paw tcniNE Apply I ) . WAllCPTK 1 scon a> Co 1] a SO l.f.n IXECTKICAL %  XfXTHU'AI wutr. %  30M T <>. I MO. 7 0M. IW, 7:BB. era. gad ... Alao cord gun hoinvra ft. -f nnd lumbbteclu Tyre Co 1 %  ., %  La KnuocnATOR — on. fl Croalev Shelvador %  American. ON 1 Yeai fee COMHU V roaming nn pmnlM Phone **4l tl 10 5A—?n LIVriSTOlK MIS( El I AMOI'S FIR*.WOOD ; par 100 lb. ai Apply — Dover 8131 length., ai SOc %  Wood at 11400 10 50 in For thai bright -mile (MO "*. Ilia" Tooth Peate aa It clean* a poli.he. your Teeth Price I • tut, KNIC.HTS LM 11 10 -s 1*1 HI.H NOTICES NOTICE W 1 SaV-On NOTM I • The <*' am SHOP — *.rc h-ving their LIIKlnlMA* opening o" Fr.da... Ih '" iij.1011 *. . Oaarajt -HI 1 received by ror up to 31*1 October. ; I Una arid Spwlrlctriioi-. can 1* M" HARRISON I ENTRANCE EXAMINATION 'I IOLNUATION M IU111I A Entrance Examination foe the fidiooi Voor Jonuoiy-July Itsi will u lie., al the school on Friday 31th Oetobct ttO al t0 a.m. Application. *HI be Friday SOUi October by ii ami mint bo ncmirow Iko Haadmn %  bo U 1 NOTICE %  % %  %  %  .. %  ml 1 for Fka at Ihe Boy Sc'nol, will be inrivnl I UttOt than JOlh October P-ront. of oppllcatn. mu.l b porUtiiin.tr in n:raigntmcd clrcunulancoa entrant! M>m II and It W U momal from tha HradmUtroM of o IMI ~ ttt*>l attrndnl by the pupil Applicant, rniul bo botwoon tho .1 roan i>d 11 roan on th? date of %  %  motion. I'nicnt* or Ouordiam arcompanyino Iholf rtauoMvii or WMOO aro hnaby notiM-i that thrro Ii no >rcodatioa for mom al th Mlvool on tho data of tha • rniinnation and thai tha aiamlnatlon i Mill not ilart until they laav W H AKTROBUS. / *c. Oov. Body. Olrl. 1 roundotlon Bchool •.kUa) in 1 so--on l> n .11. Iron Grtiniilai li a chocorad Iron Tonic The gran be taken dry or Ihev may into > Mndorlea a-tfa ti.in brood and buiter Price 16 KNIGHT* I.dl II 10 SO-Sn NOTICE .-.-ompanlad by b-Pllm-.i1 lertlfic.te. will b.received %  Irldoy. 2011 OcUJiar. IW. for one or more vaoon* <\ Vootry E*hibtint |onab>c 1 >.,i..tion School muM be daughters ol porlohMnor* In ' raiahlonu Mtinlaa or more than twelve yeara on tha date of lha tirn*itlmi n.uai pieaent 1 (. luuiidatmn School on Frlda. H\n Uctober al 0 30 J m muat be obtained from mr ofllce. WIMH> lionnAiti) Clarh of tho VMlry. VACANT SCHOLARSHIPS ( IKIOI. 11:1 I H In tion Scholanthlpa at Ihe Cfirl.t Church Bchool AppllconU p br childrrn of Parent* rraMlna In Chrwt Church and wfio an %  traitened Clrcunulancea. %  The applicant* mutt be between :aoe> of 10 yaori S month, and 1 v_on the da, of the examination, which will be hold by ihe Head: lag nth Form* of application can be obtained from the Secretary. W II Antrotm.. [lition Hun* Bay Street Theae form, mutl be returned accompanied by a haptlxmal nroflcate t the Secretary not later Ih.n I • p m. on Friday SOth October W II ANTKOBITS. Sac O." P.-I Girl." Fovindat:on Sch I 10 50Publif Official Sale on ovorotock of Antora %  -J the lame alra !Uc ond the "mBll from .„ bans BOM KKKlfTT-S I,M II Li '. ~-. U AMI II NKtrTT* 2im Olan-a Shlrta ( i !" i MOarlnd Quality at ra cm each ROYAL STOBX I? S A PY-IA hlrt. and .".Jamaordered t-i ... U ili-li.ered rUXIANCI rttBT FACTOHV In atock ••a>ato•* IV mauroo amir-d Teeth hot KNICHT'S 1 M Act ISO* lay of Ortobei. o'clock In the I my offlca "i %  um not undc. ( aertoin %  %  %  inn IIIM iTho Proyoal M.nah.< UBOt-Oi ON FRIDAY tha ISth IMX at the %  OUT Of 1 afternoon will bo told Hihll e't bidder for an thi appraUed valW II. -ii coi'l.ilnliin by lamiaiKuntil fl,*** Houare Feel aJIUOtO Ma ISO paulob of Chrlat Church at NAVY OAJLMMS buttlm and boundlm on lando ol Fobart Welch, of Mra Carol on a private road colled Not* ami on another private road called VfitnOC Hoil tonelher uilh the im%  11 sc or Dwrthna MOUM thereon called -'Rjdcourl" Buildlruxa, arc. apprai-e.1 a> folowa— The whole property appt olMd H nun -m..us AMI AND nrn POt*NM ifMMII.i Atla.he.1 fTOaO aVHBVIIAM AKNETT OHIFTITH lor ... 1 toward* Mt if atttaai ^^ If B -, Depoaii to be paid on day HELP FXPFHITtNCFD CASIIT'lt r PIOOM nppi* la ani KH ti BMXI <" % %  I lllH.I Dutch Guiana iJom. I{>inu.li, Bufopt ft ciuiana Gt. Britain 830 am MM .1 11.45 a.m IKS am 11.45 a.m I I IMS un, 11.43 a.l.i. 11.45 a.m. I 2 00 p.m : 200 pjn : II 45 am i o.OO a.m %  2 00 p.m 2.00 pin. 2 00 pm. lt.M p.m 11.43 a.m II .43 a.m 11 45 a m 11.45 a.m. 9 00 a.m 2 00pm 11 M 11 m 2 00 p.m 11.45 a.m. 900 a m. 1145 ,1 in 11 45 a m II tl .1 in 9 00 %  m 11.45 am. :1145am I 11.45 am. 200 p in 200 p.m. 2 00 p.m. 100 i. in 1143a in %  1 2.00 p.m. 2 00 p m. ItrSTlNATION %  MB ttm SaturtUv' Monday Friday Wediu-tdj> Satui-da\y Monday wMMtaVa) Friday Monday Friday TudMday Monday Maaa]M| Friday Monday WMim-MA-y Friday Monday rburadaj M.....1.0 Tuesday Friday Wedncsday Saturday Monday Friday Tuesday Saturday Monday Woxinetday Friday Monday Friday Monday Saturday Monday Friday Monday rriday Monday Grenada Guadeloupe Haiti %  HUHK Kon 1 IndM Martinique Mexico Montserrat tvia Antifttiut New Zealand (all air i I New Zealand I Mo Pananm only) St Thomaa. VI. (via Timdi I) Tortola (via Antimi 1) 1 2 00 pm. Friday 11.45 a.m 11.45 a.m. 2.00 p m. 2 00 p.m. M ai day Friday Monday Friday 'lim.tr. I.M ajn Thursd^ IN am W % %  1 %  %  %  0.00 .in Saturday 100 pm Mondav 200 p ... Friday 1145am. Mondav 1145am Friday 2.00 pm. Monday 2.00 p.m Friday Monday 2.00 pm. Friday 11.43 am Monday 1145am Friday SO a.m. 9.00 a m. 11.45 am 11.45 am B 30 a m. 9 00 am. 11.43 am 9.00 am 2 00pm 2 00 p ir 8 30 a 11 9 00 a r, 8.30 1 1 9 00 a r 11.45 a.m. 11 45 a.m. 10.00 a.m 9 00 a m. I.SO a 111. 9.00 am. 0.00 am. 2.00 p.m. 2 00 pm. 200 p.m. 9.00 am. We*ln..da* Saturday Mcnday Friday w. %  -] %  ,.ad .1 Saturday Monday Frtdoy Wednesday Saturdav Monday Friday Wednesday Saturday Wrrineftday Saturdav 1 Mondav I Friday I Tuesday Tliui'-iLi* Wednesday SaturdayFriday Saturda.v Monday Friday Wednesday Saturday ttj an hour u-rorr ordinary* mail. All previous Stliediiles should be r-ncelled I .. :il Post Office. Darbadoa. 30th Sept. 1050. T T HE. rahol. APArtTMFKT At Coral S.itn Worthing, one fully fun 1 I ment. ) bedroom*, allver ond linen ioi niriaiaj paruealan Dial 'M MM FROM January lt. %  -li. St Pel ed with %  % %  K.uple Parlirutaia a. T'letihone Mm n ..on FV.IIv furnlnliBuitob .hsr v W~alev Bay11 10 W p. moil ROCK rl for moniha nf Nay CM her *i Phone-aOU Jneaph er ana iMcembor :i in M M HOUSE -LASACBTA HrHhton. On Se From I rl Of' lM 0 On j>rr month Ar-plv lo JAS. A. TUDOR Ltd. Roebuck Kt 10 10 30—an. IIKATMHI:! 1 %  fl m Decem OSS Mra A. D Ch Ch m 10 -p^-Bn roomi. "* C rSuntial M sir*, t Dam. I.lylllndabury Road >lnlnB Roomi, 1 Bed Both and Kitchen nifiirnl.tied Apply tl I, Shopkeeper, nearby %  .1 (I %  PIIISOV Al The inblic ore hereby warned o|atn*t BlVln ,IIII to 111, Wife (HJiA rX!Hl.N ASIIBY 1 nee Yeorwood' aa I do not hold myaelf leiponalble for her or anyone eUe controctlnd luvv debt or debtIn my name unlooo by 4 written order alined by ma. Sia-ned 8AMURL V AS1IBY. THE public are hereby warned aH-in* %  11114 -ry ireilit to nt* Wlfl Oefa* DOLYN MBDFOKD inee Wllltama. m* do not hold myaelf reoponalble for nei or anvnne elae conlractuir .< debt* in my name unlca. by a wrlf.er •'I by me Sfd SYLVESTEIl MKDFOHU K.w Land Tudor Brld*e Si Mlehjei II 10 SO-lii Tho public are hereby won d Hiving an. credit to my wife FBNra.. TINE POACH 'nee D-peua. n. I do n<' hold myaelf reaponalble lui her or an) DIM rltr contractingany dabl or fldi 1 in my name union by a written order -fned by me Sfd MAMTTN I. HOAC1T U Tha public jre horobr womod aaoinal USWIN KNICIIT. a> I do not %  H in yi .1. LI0.COR LICENSE NOTICE Tho anplioallon of o 9 Millar. 1 li.dlm aG S M1IU1 A CO H!l of 1*M n-anli ...I) 11 ll.irna In rt 1 .11 .imle ahoi> I .1 ,„:, ( %  pen uoo -."> Liquoa Ucenaw al 0 woll ln>ii'l 1 mi: with kitaJ-.rn attached In SuUlc St Dalad thla 11th day of t> TOI II A TAIJdA. Xau l-ollte MaoiMrato DIOI -nSimed W DVAI I for ApplK.nl K B -Thy .pplKotlon will be cen.MI leenaini Court to be hal'i %  t..t. IMplrtcl -A" on Monday t Bird U..y ol Oriober I0S0 at li lock, .1 in II A TALMA. Policf M.ufl.tr.I. 1)11 'A" If 10 Ml In SCHEDULE POST OFFICE NOTICE—AIR MAIL RATES EFFECTIVE FROM 11TH OCTOBER, 1950 PI III.I WALKS All TKIN UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Bl i 1 1 11 ono of Uo>rta A.emwe will aril on FRIDAY 19th Ocl al Warahouaa Canar800 X 5 Iba Tina Cooking. Butm Cookng BottM .1-1 Ul X l.i Iba TinCooking II > I 1? o'eloi I BRANKtlR. TROTMAN St CO. AurUooeerv 10 10.SO— li KEAL ESTATE 11.1. -Ml UK lit \ f FAHLEY HHJ-. Bl. Pater Contaontnt mbvT londi Appw to Hi. id ah >w A Company 10 10 UK-li. •uth. MONTSEHHAT. .B W I HOTEL contaliin 1 IN Ply mi for C1.W0 COCONtT IIII.I. dr.uum room, dining root niirr.i. 4 balhrooma. kitchen, panlry %  ervianta' quarter* and garafO. Full furnbdvod. and with linen, china. CUIIMJ Jof 1 acre* Ihor partlculaiB apply Pun lor, UoniMrral. 10.10 W *n KFT.MOI1E Slr1hcl)de. I I .tending on W 70* -q feat ol land, eon mdoh Oiavtinn 1 uroom* and all modern eon %  pocMua y-nd lurroundod by wall kepi hedge. Intpactlon by phoning rl 1 AM! A apol Vlliaqe. SI Michael Cot. Whitepark Road. if Land 10 Kim Appti MM %  -( OI1011. Veopo 11 in so %  I.OSI A MM Mil B Profarance Shar of *l each Searle. CoOnetativc Factory Ltd 1 1 a Ftra Thabove will be act up for aale fe) I ClBMea on Friday, tha llih inatant. at t pm at our Office In LucoCARRINQTON SEALY. 6 10.80.—on ARMY DiaCIIAPt.F %  % %  %  %  (A 1J0 Trie underalgned will -et up for MhIT High Ktreet II.Maetown. on Friday tie Ifth day of nplahar. II I in. cllinhouae alandfeel of land at %  Bl •>•" Muri UT3 ,1S Upper Roebuck Vfan Chapel Inspection on application to Mr *li>-ich, at the Jolner'a Shop oppOOBO. my day except Bunday. partlcuUn ami condition. • IM ipplv lo: COTTLE CATTORD A CO GOVERNMENT NOTICE Attention Is drawn <> %  • %  Control of Prices (Iwffnrci ItMl, BfO. H3 v.hi-h will be published, irr the Offlclnl 'o( Thursday ISth October. 1950. 2. Under thi. order the maximum wholesale and retail aelli"' (Feed) are as follows: — (not more thani tluiii %  <1 160 lbs. 8c per lb. —-—. %  I...11.T I'nal Air Letter I'nsl Air t'..Hiiir.\ ol uratuialion Rate per 1 .../ Card. % %  i ..laiirv H.I BMttnaOaa Hate per j II* OaMl Kr-rms uenta eenta eanti I.IIK .ent. .-nts Ad.-u I.I. :I2 12 Iraa 80 40 — Uiulu 1 S A.) .. BO 10 8 Algaria 44 22 I.IIIUII. .1 12 f 4 Autigua 1 4 4 lh|.all 04 32 — Aiigola ~'J ;ir, — la\a 1.00 M —• .\r<'iilin:i . III 2(1 12 Ariiha 12 li 8 i.'iiva 7li H 12 Aaceaaioa .. S4 12 12 Austrulia '.Hi 4 12 .ib'-ria 70 ii, do, ii I'unniuii ) 2" in — 42 211 — Cyprni 48 24 12 'ilsia I.I. 12 — i.n :i 12 Vril 30 It — I'll, It.. llll'O 12 II 8 4 4 Portngueec Africa 84 42 — Dominican Hep. .. 12 6 — Phillippraea 84 42 If Dutch K India.... 1.00 Till — Dutch i Iuiana 12 t 8 84 42 12 Mm Doaoagi 19 II — i idor 21 12 -an Snlvail'.r 24 12 — IJI Ireland] (8 ii 12 t Halaaa 84 42 12 Bgypl r.4 2. 12 %  i Kills li 4 4 Btniopla Abyaalnla) T^ M — -i Lucia C 4 4 Ruropr (eaeepl (It .t. Thonias. V.I 12 8 8 Britain & Eir.-i 11 20 16 -i Yit nt li 4 4 teyehellea 84 42 12 Palklan.i Is -1 12 12 4iaai 84 42 — Piji T2 M 12 41erra LaoM 54 27 12 Pi W. M AMI I .. 72 M — .uli.tlioll Is. K 30 12 Kr. Onlaha 12 ii — ...nialilaliil 76 36 12 loutfa Afri.-a M 42 If .i (0 in 12 lonlb w Africa .. 84 12 12 -: \ %  • I: i 4420 12 traiti Bettlemaota M 12 12 Qibraltar 4U 2" 12 aadan AaguvBgyptlaa 72 311 12 OoW Coaal III! 0 12 -i ria till 30 — LI Britain a Ireland %  12 II Irenada II 4 I I'aiilfniiv ika 7li 36 12 %  loupe 1 — TogoUnd 60 30 — %  llani go 4" If To-lola. II.V.I li 4 4 nata 21 12 — 1 I.IIIH. Ionian at 27 — Triniilail 0 4 4 Haiti 12 ii — funMa 4 24 — Hawaii In .-1 1' Ilciii.l 21 12 70 36 12 Kong H in 12 A 20 HI 8 ( rug.iay It 20 — In.lia M 12 12 .. i oil -.11 \ iif/iii-la 12 li — • i.mri 1 . BS %  ARRIVAI" H-gl.i.1 u %  WfvoonM MM • r. %  i .ei l. C.pt 8 %  Akoa Partivar. l.Hl let. i > 1.0*0 tor. %  %  %  Tliaraldaeti. fc.r Ai U IE I AMlaOTM, I Mat Inn. Ki In Touch With Barbados Coast Station SHIM. P. s Folmi. %  Folk, i'. %  %  s %  %  i s Ram .!. %  s s >.t.. Argentina. S Utugtuay. RJ Eluabeth, s II-...' %  > Hl.igrraphar. >2 y i Rclita. ilV Pro.Nan.1li.l H Norlya. I. Captain John. * A Mit.hal ralmrt B.rt r-.nt Audi-I.I 5S I'lantei. S R Hralar* S S I ihi-ry ille, %  H Talgele ~ ibeth AcaniM". %  Doloiea %  ft 1 -. SII",,, s \t,,,„r lra.li D P. UM C.raiiad Tialanu. US S.i i %  %  B.S. S. lrt SH Halmav i Hamaa. MS Bui Riprea*. 1S Pone M "t Ca|.(."i J.,1 on i^i>tia U ordma. %  %  %  l j -r Ixtper. I.egaret Corbln. 1 .< %  • %  .\damaon. Wmalon ... i < t 1A Fr.uice. Knight and %  N LI'A • .i-..i i y|~. Edward. B W I A I. %  Kuth IngieKeid, Harry Inaiefloitf. • Inglafleld %  J-ntoo Whllmg Darnel II... Wlllltvn %  .1 ttitioion %  Per rin. JOB* Il>rr.' -: .-. BkAajl IIkt b I I PMfl f aWB > i.lMINk \ :>r-Atwi Muriel Rand. David rorroawo llawkma For BT VINi I H Thomaa Dam. Edward niir.ti Do-K Lionel Paul Emmalave RuaaMI ana i r<-iA I MAIL NOTICES t tho Oetyeral PoM Office i*e. IM0 Mail, for Mt Lucia by Ihe M V l.-nJo. will biiUa.nl at Ihe f> Ofncay a* under kiatered and Onflnarv Mail SHIPPING NOTICES MUNTRgAI. AI'gTaAl.lA -law SKA. LAND UNI LIMIT!* IM.A.N.E. i IN. %  a "Olnuce*^' paOg Freemantl. Srpleinliei Tth. Adrlalda aeptembei nine "en ten liter ]gth Devon port October lot, Sydney OeMM i nil BrlaDaiie Ottolier Mlh. .titling a narbadoa No. em her lllli Theae rOOaMfg line .m|ir aoaoo (Ol chllbxl hard lii-ren ami gOB tamo accepted n tlimngh h.ll. ol lading -ilh ii..i-.lu|ai>i<-i" al Trliila.ol for narhodi^. II. HI .1, and l.re..d hangM or furtha %  tirilei-. ipplt I'l'HM" WITHV c. i.i.t TRINIDAD. II W 1 HA co*n y %  %  i-i nmi\i'II Ef t M I. .I.hee I i Uaatau I St Kltla Ni •aallliuj on iklobei tW 1 M V Daeiwood For IIIV I Sehuonvr > %  *. (Inr). tot E B. LJJUaiVll 1-: NEW OBLgAMg .IK.III K SM Se,,l An. llth Orl VOBH avii %  NT 'OITNaot ND Nam* i I %  AldCOA I'tONEEICANADIAN %  all. %  %  Otiotfi itn Botaa Arrive. Hallfak ii.rt,„,),.. (htoUer 'loth Oclobar Itith Octobor 'Mlh Noiamoc, loin ror Bl JOHN. S River Furta For Bl Lwranco ltlvn port. For St t^wrence Km. l-u-t. .'.'.••'.vs.'. NEW ARRIVALS BKatOKs stlHIll > IMI I y I.\Mls ( Illl.ltS KIINS 1'RAH HTIIW'S BANDOW'I in M I .on R-KNAMII. cinM. \ s\i OftTANI ,' ;. NtWSAM & CO. TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH riaatle Drinking (alaaae* for Hrhnol Children Honing filovri f15.00 —Het of Mi ni-' t ini-ii in tin" Heta l.ocko. Ilaapa. HUplea at JUHNSON'8 HTATIONKIIT And M \I:I.U Mil ** FURNISHED IT IB Nl"T iiVH FAUL.IIBU'HIIM IT NUM! xupiHu-H .um. Cabinet in Ulg. Olowpoll.hed M.H.ig.... and Cedar. Several naOTO Cl Mp Kll. .,.!, |--h|,:, %  .i ilaboaru* liMiKiK.M nAUTV In Had%  le*l.. Red.. Vanltlea In Mahogany. Birch or Deal Wardrobea. Itnon P riMff Rod>-l-eight Chaval and .mallei fraaaed Mirrora, II IB DININt; l.ni.,1, QglMglll Radio and kitchen Tablea; amall to niat Upright Chaira In treiaurad olahcigany; llirrh; Oafe and H..JI l'l(AU".N<; ROOU Sultca or < i _ttbaOt SB aa upf SAVINU L.S. WILSON DRESS GOODS OF QL'AIJTV a. IIICII ll.ASS WOOLLENS visrr TO-IIAY THANIS rr. Wm. Hrr 8wa IU. Ha>Ml I %.,eBsffJCSjU.yiiik ur ScllniH Good Claaa Pioperly it Pays to sea JOHN Si. KI AHOS AKS, F V A Phone 4G40 PtanUiaOOS Buildlni For itardware of every Description MT'S THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM (CENTRA!. FOl'N'DatY LTD.—Froprlelorg) Cur. of Broad and Tudor Street*.



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Tkaraday October 13 195* Barbaras Ilwoca U.N. TROOPS DRIVE TOWARDS PYONGYANG \\Reds Ordered "Fight To The Death Britain, France, U.S. Will Ignore E. German Elections FRANKFURT, Oct. 11. THE UNITED STATES, Britain and France announced today that they had told the Soviet Union they could not recognise Sunday's elections in East Germany as giving the Soviet Zone regime any legitimacy or claim to represent the people of East Germany. The American, the British and the French Hinli Commissioners in German) John J McCloy. Sir Ivone Kirkl>;itrick and Andre Francois Poncet, all sent similar letter to General Chuikov the Soviet Commander-in-Chiet in Germany telling him so. Rice For Starving Reds The High Curnmbsion here this : afternoon 'released Ilk McCloy*!! letter to 0O I kov which included ihe ropy of letter from West Gem < .Ll.-. 1>I Konrad Adei I ah German elections and other I freedom TAIPCH.rORM06A.Oct 11 j McCloy'i. letter began by sayln Chinese Nationalists said today l-In my lettei <>( A1a> 25. 1950. that their transport plane* had! I requested you to tnu dropped 24 tons of nee in famine. I your Government thi strtkr-n areas on the Communist'agreed on by the FOI.I^ mainland ton of the United States. GrM A spokesman said Ohat 101 Britain and France for proecduir American built planes also j which would permit holding free dropped six tons of Nationalist democratic and propaganda pamphlets und flag:'throughout Germany an for under-counter celebrations lead to the eslai'li-hmfreely e|i Only W. Germany ( mi DecUle On Gerntan Army -ADENAUER '/ \\ (Jet 11 %  Kout.id Adenauer said toing n %  that he hint lold the Waal QtlBU pMibameai could decide whether Germanwas to raise dn tf 9 %  Allies had he san Addressing the German peo-j*' on both -i' I radio, the l' 1 m Id Wa iwatting to **J whether the Allies an %  %  when." Hi broad egg*, lollowcd yesU (lay %  l.-s.nu... nil Q| hU M.I, ll of Interior Custav Hi over cuaafratinanta il German uttitude towar) %  On France. Adenauei have so oft* i .mil also ptovdb Out OOBrWUl towards Franei. and out Arm d I in i-omm I with Fral ''at I bact against us with mistrust again: mistrust i induces confidence Hi produce) more mi' VIHON yesterday of the anniversary of Ihe founding ot the Nationalist Government St years ago Planes ranged over Central and South China from Chekmng province south of Shangai to Kwangtung. north of the Indo-, China border. Nationalist Intelligence reports published here todav clalmei that 7.000.000 people faced stai vatlon along a flooded river valley stretching north of Shanghai and Nanking. Communist Deputy Premier Tung Pei. say these reports, had admitted that Communist China was short of at least 1.000,000 tons of fooostuffs and nut thousands of people were home less. Nationalist agents reported .'issntisfactiou in Shanghai. They alleged thai Communists ha Nortman Darnell driving his lorry patweatl W.wl and Bnvington. i toratt reported thai the rain Mfl blue splashes like Ink on the windshieiit end bodywork Earlier this week i.m' fell terthlre about i*o to iso miles north ol here II was thought this was. i by high wind scattering elder berries. A weather as perl MIS'Wday that "blue rain" In Dor•el might be caused I particles carried icTbJ I Atlantic from C'entrnl or North An i Bed ram is (girl) common in Italy, caused bg dual tide-. Mln| carrwd from the S.I ll 111.! —Rculrr %  not vel il cen H tj letter. Resolution I enclose the text addressed lo the Allied Magloire Tops The Polls IN HAIT4 PORT-AU-PHINCE. Haiti. OcttW ii Officials Of the 1)ciJ.u1nic:it .: Interior said lodu th.it Col. Paul Magloire wn>i 90 \*tr rent of tho rotoi m Haitl'i presidential site tion held on Summ\ Tlie Electoral Board i> %  cbacVllM ti' IBM on October 22 ". confirm the result of the balloting. The Constitutional Commlttei meats m November ofM cm gUtuI the inauguration of Maglmrc and the new Courasfl Magloire 43. had resigiu-1 ffom the military Junta which rul-d tho island since it m-.-u i ovm DwmarMli Kefime fi odk-e o year ago. Magloire's chief opponent Fenelon Alphonse. supporter of Estime charged that : -n WHS "hnkuin' and did rot cast a vote —C.P. Meeting Broken Up With Knives VIENNA. Oct. 11. The Austrian Socialist Party Headquarters here alleged today tenor bands'* from the High* Soviet controller 7,,-.. tdnid (ommiwoii JJ\ Hi. I %  :,. Ids had lruii up a SocioUa: MRU CLAKA I'OItb. *l *cai old .vide* al Henry 1 out. Uir MI I ben p.cuuod -*''ii *iein I %  %  > m Itutfl. died at the Ford Huspiul in Detroit When Ford drove bis art car threiigb the atreeta of Detroit .1 was Mr> Foul wbo -at b* his tide and faced Uie jeers or tho crowd Her public evpearan. n. +*** inireriiifnt She preferred In i role uf wife mid awl Mr. ford wsbom on April ll. l67, on .i fsrin at ftodford. Michigan. adjoining the propf-rty owned by Hour* fard'n parents, aba was 11 years old when -Inln-l isei ber DHsb*nd HM t wlirn thes wi>rp m*irlrrt Chancellor Inviting attention to %  resolution adopted In the Uundes. lag on the lith Sej.temliCr and now endorsed bar the Federal Government. This rcrolutioi nnip>ing powers to arrange foi the holding in all four zones of occupation, of elections to an all German Parliament The resolution should be con fciderwi in conjunction with a statement made im the same dnv In the Bundestag by the Ch.mcelloi In th* name of the Federal Government, the text of which I also enclose You will observe thai • On Page 3. celing with knurkle dust knives. The meeting was bOi h.t night in n etMBoa in Duartt itit a few mUoa (rom the otlfleaoa. Several people including Ihe Mayor and Danrt) Mayor of the town were seriously wounded —ftevter AGCEPT RED ARGUMENT\ AND MAKE U.N. INACTIVE] Says Canadian Delegate LAKE SUCCESS, Ocl. 11. Canadian Minister of External Affairs Lester Pearson. I to-day told the United Nations Political Committee thai if Russian arguments were accepted the General Assembly would be unable to act in the case of aggression. — — %  — Pearson was answering an at-1 :,irk made yesterday by th. sky on "the Aeheson plan' to gtvl the General Aasemhlv authority to | deal with aggression if the Security Council failed tn aj I Pearson said ihei V>-ahin-Ky hai overlooked one essential poim In .he proposal—namely that the Assembly was being given powers which wan not i n'.v within the Charter but which were only after the Security Council itself had failed to take action ARTIES HEADLINL I (Wfr TRUMAN, MACARTHUR WILL TRY TO SETTLE U.S. POLICY LONDON. Oct. 11. 1 In ident Truman's Mid-Pacific meeting with General! Uuutilaa MacArthu *n'iir*Kl weekend w Inter: in London diplomatic quarters tf • %  arorld rnvfininent W. $m MM pretend -1..-t .. I.'nilesl •i i the complcti solution to all problems of Inter national relationships" he said "Our first task Is to unite thi five countries". Mr Churchill asseitvd W. utagak our hand in gratitude and % %  i ('Mil ••> the ocean to i'" %  Othef hah of the flee wmld afflOa* hein haa Hi SPORTS WINDOW WATER POLO das rwi i M ihK %  %  i*> Drul'ii%  i"i.....I-I. '-ouionxi .nb i i' M J'i'l iPUCHIHK ni<*r %  %  di*l In lip-nip cunOIUon .•.. 1 .,ll*rtt..„ will -N> Ijhrti WI.-.-H Ili.-„ aTlkr .o hdp in US'* fiW'n-i when lh'oar, BMM>• %  Lord Maj tsot Emsl lt %  the Anai r-satirl one week Baal Berlin "shadow ised by three Berlin political parties, many East Berliners expressed their desire for free elections. THE RAINS' GAME Al 8 o i lock last night, the wain which rushed down Iron. Hi* sounlry to no* through the C*neU-.<-.U gainst Pyong aug. the Cotnmu-i %  i up Inl Hi) ml* •,. the aortri i quotad BaUcpla Crab Hill .. r Pn i nun Truman will tak M.I opporluntty to rtsnlnd Oan era] MacArthur lliat he is MtUBg is the se.vnni not only "t th** moot, but als. <>f the United Nations Free Flection* In particular. Truman is expected to discuss the |>"li'ir*nl futurt -if Kona aftai thi Anal tit* lot-) hich according t the resInn n of Ihl i'nil-.i Nations (Jenernl A i il* Government uf Presldf-iit Syngman Khc whose future will bs MI %  .HI be m ry of the l.'niterl NaUM I H B With -upri for this Oovernjnanl (2) The Mld-PuclHc contol wnlen (.omnium M.ifutun alUtudg '" ''' m United St-tc <;..v. t MM rt • trongtli and iniinist China it thriveOther matu-rs for discussionI Mn.-.in-m-i t>\ 3 *li • ii 76 2 no B7 2 7S 1 2fl 2 Ha The lath i the Chfnaac OoaMstihfaH For i ign Minlstiv as saying -Ni" American forces are atBMwUng to cntoa Uie 3llh parallel large scale (he Chinese peuphM.nnot stand l,,v idly wild regarl l( such | in..iiMluaiiim that created by Ihe Invasion .-( Knreii by the Unilr.l Stan..> its accontplne tuuiUriee. and with i % %  garrt to Ihe dangeroustreft I •owarda extending the war The Chines,foreign Minl-tiv n-onlmg to the Radio denounced ra etiiirel.v illegal the United Nations rrsoluHon on Saturday which gave (irnenil Ihmglas Mi Arthur ihe "go ahead" for noMing the Sflth par.llrl in pursuit ol North Korean forces He said thai the eighi .-.w.r lesolutum had been i.ndei manipuhitlon of 'In Btatag gn a I m v heliniiiii n,.,nmt, o| the i n latin Tin An army spokesman here said Ihey made "no great effort to riove ahead sime there are other plans made for them Major OaneraL Url I Part%  ir.d LcAltenani 'lenetal Walton H Walkir. A rrTn Kgh'Jl Alm^ i i Innded at th. %  %  iv aftai it waa %  riviiCBb. The Airt'eld has a : nut an sail iwasl lunw.i* of 1.1W Mirda h.ith "f asphalt and in reas'inably giM-ii t*ondltlon Tar Kit Airfoi.,plansta will fly In mpplle-. of ftiel and ammuilloii nni I the ground trajmi" ItW i.m I %  iilii.ii. .. IfUl \ 11 ..iinh'i. | usjfjorj ( United Natlona ground mKips no) rlalmed ion North K.*eai. asualUes and M vehicles. 2? iiullding*. 2" rail A MS gun pOgtaoni iU"lroved ol tamaged North Korean Prime Minl'tei Kim Ir S.i. BSBl his luldiers to •fight to iii.id ...failing to a broaalcasl i ihe Pyongyang radio nig rjtdof virtual rsjfjnaM m 'lenernl MnAilhiu '"llnal" sur' mi rountrv H facing a grave crlall PuTfJH desperately In iplte of 'll iiimculties until the dr- and ."i 30 p m Hill nUnaffH Of) ihe path of recovery" Mr Churchill icferred lo the hostility of ttM 'oniniunial party i | |o I-\I i % '0*p ti uards F.urnin-an union the Iviii „;i On -Tage a lol a rope' inj UVM founded. whiih il dra the poveity would all the establishment uniTi-i and i.c-i-*"!" q m iraler l'l i uon thrOUghoul Koie* wa, in d'. the spokesman added, dcsignc I lUthorise invading tn-ip* nj tha United States und the other itiona acting as her accomplice*! invade and occupy all Km. and to expand further the aggre nve war in Korea —Healer UN. rrr>ofw Killed 700 Wonwn* ChiUtren In Seoul CLAIM REDS SAN mANCISCO. Oct 11 Countag charges of alriK-ihe* by Hnltetl Nalu.iis tOI Knii'ii WIMI prod1.1. .1 w-t. r".iv by CoaaenuauM rtid pi'knn \ j I nl. h from Pyongyang (North Koftan eupitali Padlo laairtglj ihnt more than .<"> votnM and rhlldran were siaugliMUT al Seoul by troops of American lore nors mm Bynayiuui Waw'i (oWitn Koresni i limn —Reuter. T.l.t. THK AIIVOCATK Titr. NBWI King llll ""•> r Nlsht. %  JgfTIU: ADVOCATE PAYS FOB man l 'S,'S*~+*' r ''SS*WW, C.C. Gets No Reply To Deep Water Harbour Inquiries GUARDIAN ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED Kjl.bli.hed 1821 %  Acceptance of Vysiunsky'i legal argument would merelv mean that the United Nations cannot take any action ut all to safeguard peace and atturity if the Security Council is made powerless by one of its member*;." he said. • %  We do not and cannot believe that the United Nation-, rrumer fauction* amr such futility Pearson said that the Soviet Minister had argued that the Assembly must refer to the S.-cunlv Council without taking %  action wlulever the question on which thr action waa necessary. %  mg to say th ll illegal under the Charter for the A-emhl. to recommend that United Nations troo The general hesitancy m the Korea to prevent Cornans other section was attributed tn vasinn hut that It is not In I reports that Communist China had. illegal for the AL < told the United States tr> "keep ; mend) that United Nations troops out of Korea" l'i m order tnainlv slightly lower wlthlthat that country may be at thi Brtiuh Gaye*r-an-cnt stocks dull mercy of Communist forces in the by speculators 1 northern pert of the peninsula Reuter Reutae. The Chamber of Commerce He reminded that in UlMl let.aretully wiu. uoyernnient a i. the> had pointed out th. f come to a derlnilc understanding lhajj they were a lesponslbie ..rgam*. i WtUl them Thaj all ade lelativi u> tne probody n p r esen ts tit tarnnsmt to get awav posed deep water % %  ttH BOB* ll the Chamber • oniv b acknowledfWl llndgetown. had < omplaine-J wen 081 %  ot one .should have been ron-T two big meichanu. Thai he t>er told Couii'-il member J -l theii sulti-d on the holding of an addi.thought was the idea thc> hail monthly moating atonal h'-iiday. and of the sho.' got. Mr A DeC Inni" tnoughl the notice that had been given Mi A de L. Inniss aak matter up Mr. I.. tgiraad WHh Mr l.ucie-Smith a The Chamber had wrlttan had very good reasons to feel tlu.t aemarks and he thjnight thev Government son-e weekago mGovernment were not preprerl -houTd apthtta -rnall rommlttee o^iirlng M to wfcgt was being to take very much iUc of the to approach the < olon.al Se.reta-So IboS So project Mi Ii Chaml*r He really felt that the and get the whole matter lea,, Smith drevs attSSlttoil to attitude granted leave of absence for i munlty. and it was up to them cot flic ted with mirior^ business one month or more, four appc %  h. i said, that the Shipto satisfy government • ng and Mercantile Association were Thev bail gi> >> *** '"' id writ'%  • hem to set up a Board of Inquire colony. If M B*n Into the i Incroase their membersi put their bse in rvder ;o iJlloliduv AfTair come more repres-ntative. .e" Mr I.i. • do so nffh the Chamber „..,„,,, %  men! about Kespimsihillt\ the puhiithe West He certainly th< u.i indies cricketers had arrived from folk) MU the United Kingdon. responsibility and import and until matterlike menta were made yesterday those were straightened out. he Mr W K Atkinson. Senior did not see bos 0 "g Salesman at Messrs H Jason ippear any Jones & Co Ltd.. was appointed %  to Government i, act for Mr. n G Leacork Jnr tnan at present Mr C C Clarke. Merchant of It was finall> I ah Swan Stren't to act for Mr G. H. %  'it to thru King. Mr W H Grannurn tfore taking fiirth.i action DlrecU.r of Messrs Robert Thoir. Ltd ti. ael for Mr A R. C Welcniiie FOT l*re-.icient King, and Mr. J ') Tudor Tho Acting Preaident Hon nrovlsion Merchant of Roebuck V C Gale MLC told lha Street to act for Mr. A S Bryden. 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PAC.F TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. OCTOBER I-'. UH C^odb £aUiw} \ ATLANTIC POND O LD Hamsoniaiu In Trinidad held their anrunl .'inner on Sunday in San Fernando. Among those present were Mr W D I*ajr. dpi H A Thornc. Mr Harold Haskrll. Mr Altstair Johnson. Mi W K 1 Tommy Know lea. Dr. Greaves Ph.D. Comdr. Carllon Gnriri.n.1. Mr Jimmy Cozier. Supl. H Annitronk. Mr Ralph Bekstetii, Mr. Malby lYimingham. Mi Undsat) Yearu-ood. Mr W M test, Mr T Richards and Ml r. Intraniiti I NTRANS1T from Grenad.. terday by BWIA on Uwll way to Si Lucia were LI BoJ Eric James. Commissioner of Puller, st LucU, and Mr H G. Valentine who is attached In ituColonial Office in London Col. Michelln is al present In St. Lucia to have discussions with Col. James when he arrives and Col Mlchelin is expected to return to Uarhadoj this afternoon Mr. Valentine was here a few days ago having discussions with the Post Master, and has since visited Grenada and now St. Lucia Old Harrison ian M L(. AND MRS. JIMMY Robinson reluctantly left Barbados yesterday afternoon by I'WIA. after spending ton davs' holiday al the Hotel Royal Jimmy U an old Harrlsoman. having lef! school in '35 to go to America. A U.S. citizen, he now lives in Boston where he works with the Bethlehem Steel Corporation Their destination yesterday was Trinidad, from where they will flv to the US Back From Grenada C ANON W HARVEY-READ returned yesterday by B.W.I.A. from Grenada, where he has been for the past month Barbadian Receives Trophy 1IE RAF. Safety Trophy, whu-h was presented this year to the Royal Air Forte by OSsTSial Gervasio Duncan. Chief of Staff of the Brazilian Air Force Is to be competed for annually. It has been won this year by Norfolk's "Tiger" Squadron No. "4 Commanding Officer of this Squadron Is Squadron leader A. R. delInniss. son of Mr. and Mrs. A de Lisle Inniss of "Glenairc", Britlons Hill. This trophy was accepted by the ,•>LoMoa *„ %  -„, s-r. All Council for annual compel,!ten, I*etwef-n 'day Dghier squaoron.. of Fighter Command and the British Air Forces of Occupation. to be awarded to Ihe squadron making the greatest contribution towards flying with safety In all weather conditions. For the presentation, Un enlm laoon was drawn up on parade %  I the Squadron's HO a. Horsham. St Faiths to watch Squadron Leader Inniss receive Uw trophy from the Air Marshal Sir Basil Emory Wit* B.W.I.A. | n St Kitu A FTER ABOUT ten days' holl* day in Barbados, Mr. and Mrs Winston Warren and their baby daughter Andrea returned to SI. Kills jesterday afternoon by BWIA Winston, who is a Barbadian ll with B W.I A stationed in St Kltts. He told Carlb that Derek Mendes is in St. Kitts acting for him while he is on holiday; he stilt has about a week more leave. When he resumes. Derek will be returning to Trinidad. Congrats C ONGRATULATIONS to Mr Pearnun ScOtt < Lodge School) of Kingston, st Philip, who ha> basj) ..ppuinted to the post of nai.K i.i.ii troaaori i 4 the ,..,,,.,. of St. Philip. His father will be remembered as the late headmno ter of St Philip Boys' School Here For Two Weeks A RRIVING from Grenada yesterday by B.W.I.A. were Mrs. Eva Sedglcy and Miss En:d Linard. They are here for a couple of weeks' holiday and are staying at Accra, Rockley. West Indian Fortune F RANCES WINWAR. o-foundei of the Leonardo 1 Art School, has thrown more light on Ihe much debate! marriage between Dual rett and Robert Browning In her book, "The Immortal Lovei recently published by Harr Hamilton, ahe has stressed thai the significant thing about Ihe marriage was not so much its %  bam bill it* practical advantages The marriage enabled Robert Browning to write poetri in the comfortable shelter of I WCM Indian sugar fortune, but it also saved Elizabeth from her father and her doctors Arriving By The 'Colfito' pXPECTED to arrive by the C* (feints' on Saturday ai > ate. Jack Kidney, Manager . BH victorious West Indies team, Mr and Mrs F. A. C. Clalrmoote, (Mr. Clairmonte is Senior Vice President of the Barbados CMtttfiH Association), Mr R. K. Nunes, President of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control and Mi and Mrs Jeffrey SU.Ili Up For A Month \i K l -EE TALMA who arnvd lsl here on Sunday from Trmtdad lo spend a month\ (ml.,lay is staying with his mother al %  Vlamede". Rockley Congrats C ONGRATULATIONS to Mis h Daphne Pilgrim, daughter oi S:and Mrs. S. O Pilgrim of Bay Street, who in the Oxford and Cambridge Joint Board Examinations held here in June reached exhibition standard with Distinetion in History. Daphne is at present in Jamaica sft the West Indies Univen-ity College, studying for her Aru degree. Carib also extends double oon* gratulatlons to Miss Gwen Drayton, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Draylon of "Eden Glen". Golf Club Hoad, Ruckle*. lor In the Oxford and Cambridge Examination Higher Certificate she has gained double honours, reaching open scholarship standard with Distinction in History and English Arrived Yesterday M R. GEORGE DE NOBRIGA, Managing Director of the Barbados Telephone Compan.v. arrived from Trinidad yesterdu aftcrnon by BWIA. WASHIN -TON. The narrowing Atlantic Ocean, f'.rther reduced to pond size ks/ the I a lev 1 mg feats, never fails In challenge the men bla/< trails iih from the Old World to New has served as a proving ground for man and craft for nearly 1.000 years, notes the National l first non-stop )et plain-. flights between Euiup. andl \ made September 22 brf hn is An Force Brest, embelJ Of Atlantic con-J quest opened two years ago In T'u Pilgrim Fathers, sailing from Plymouth, England, early in September ltJO. took almos* as ong as Columbus to span th%  %  ..hlng Cape Cod's tlo N. ember 9. Fust crossings waited two centuries foe the Yankee J,ipper ships, the "Dreadnaught, .King a 12-day sailing record fi-m New York to Ireland in First steamship lo cross the (•antic was the "Savannah" in 119 Actually, it moved by wine" ore than by steam, being fullggad. Its single steam engine. user 1 ghth of the time nuring ihe 27-day voyage. It wa not until after *he Civil war that propeller-driven steam thlps began lopping days off the Yankee Clipper record lime The ill-fated Lusirtinia in 1910 was ihe first to cross in under flv 9—eight **&< Britain's present day Queen years before Lindbergh's success) Mar > hM n*** 1 surfacf electrified a tensely waiting world. '" pioneered the ,et tiail fro../ 0 ibwM • %  •* %  * England to I-ibrador. making fueling stops in the Hebrides, ('"iiiiitbus and Lindbergh contributed the best known chapters to the Atlantic conquest record book Aerial "llrsts" have been predominant since 1919—eight; A century ago the widely accepted view was that Columbus wrote Chapter One Subsequent study of Ic el andic sagas revised that belief It is now generally agreed that the Story of Atlantic crossings goes beck at least to Ihe turn of the first Christian millenium—A.D. 1.000—nearly five centimes before Columbia's day. Norsemen in undecked boi using oars and a single squai reached southern Greenland about] 982 Kiom Iheir Mnall colony* there. Leif Erlrson and his pushed westward to the place thev called Vinland on the New World %  oa-t. sornesrhore in the region of Nova Scotia or New Bug) Columbus sailed from Palos, Spam. AUKUM 3. ilf>?, rr.i'-Iiing a landfall in the West Indie October II John Cabot, like Columbus, n Genoese, five vearr. later became the first since the Norsemen lo And the continent, touching what is low Nova Scot ian soil after a voyagjB of 52 days from Bristol. England LAST SBIOMXG TO-DAY 3—8 30 p m l-irep times m under four days. Ten months prior to United Siates" entry into world War I, Germany dispatched from the N. I'd Sea Island of Heligoland the lirst cargo submarine l e-oss. Entering the Chesapeake Bay after a 16-day run. It ex (changed cargoes at Baltimore, and B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME THUSaSDAT, Ori 1 1. 1*40 T at %  m The Now*, I HI m •*•%.. Anal.dk. 11 %  ni Cloi. '-•' Th* % % %  11 is p m .<•.. Aiwlyn*. II II p in Prorar>im Pkrjdr, IS IS p m LutVnSX' CboK*. I OQ i> n> Taal-ina A>ind wlUi Mm>t-: H.-H1 IS P ni RMIM) N>"< Sbor'a a Lauati. 1 s p.m T) %  Kiwi SIS pm Hom Newi rmm Otil*.n S U p m Spore llmra tuns Vp 'K Curi.in. 1 W p HI llouil a*ll.in • > pm Tk N... < 10 o ii. The Daily Srrvicr. IS |> m lh Hoimtv. I 4ft p TII Tri. Orsana; IK um UsStiil S IB p ni Piocramm* Patu> I Z£ p i, nnc v.rt*i) HI. imi'i s at a — Adolph Halll. Il)p M M-, !*"">wi ikpni sasH.i' ; ta p m Th, Nr>n 7 10 p n> N. AnalVkl. 7 IS p in *r •-%  .HrlUln. 7 44 p HI Genarall? SpMMIi>| IN pm Hadlu Nc->crrl %  It p i.. t'niird Nadom' Kafn't I M p in Compowr ol In. WrvS, I SO p n. tarn Ins Around BTHatn wllh llrrben Hodar IS pn Think un Thaw Tun^-' •• p m Th* HIM of a Party. It SO p p Th Nn>. It II p rrom In. fed it.'. •al. ISIS %  < (i. Van*Na I*. 10 44 p . Spaaial DUpaUh. II OS p in Th* N*t* got back safely to Germany afte* -lutwitting Ihe British btocfcadS In a 22-day revtirn trip. The transatlantic air para'lr began in earnest in 1S19. employ ing aviation advances attributable to the *ar then just ended. GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMF.S TO-DAY 8.30 P.M. M-l'.-M JUNGLE THRILLER ! Johnny WEISSMULLER and Johnny SHEFFIELD in "TARZAN AND HIS MATE" OPENING 1 Kill VI — Wsrarr'. |>,.,H.!,. Hit ! "KlVER'S END" and "PRAlKIE THUNDER" I HI I .IVIII rVIIH A SIRANdl l)>Rh SICkl BY THE WAY By Beachcomber A S the wearer of one of the * dullest hats In Europe I am naturally interested in the activities of a number of scientists who are working out a formula for making hats glow. I am sure that the idea behind ii is to attract millions of tourlsb to England for the Festival. I wonder would it be possible to hav • nm.Un. IVajflMtnM apparatus attached to every hat. Or fl halo of powerful neon lights round thv brim To make my own hot more Interesting, and to bring it into line with Ihe bOSi porary thought, I propose to hove • bright yellow band put round it. bearing the words, in scarlet letters. "Yippee. Suckers'" Groping la Thv Dtirk ASKED b> Mrs Urge how •* many rhubarb puffs containing tolderol had lieen discovered Mnce the regulations n..nusl it. and in whol quantities, J Minisiry of Foud ofnotal read out 12 pages u,r Bfures ...nrerning the cooling tests carried out un hot rhubarb puffs, in order to delect such ingredient ., grated hsjgge medicated moss, health globules shredded eardlmard, vanillasiring, and (ortihcd SOtTeL "| nc>ticethat there is no mention of tolderol." said Cocklecarrot. "That team under the Hobbs test." said the official "Its under a different department." An official of ihnl department was called, and Cocklecarrot repeated his question. "We keep no separate records." said the official. "For official purposes tolderol is treated as IruXlhedron. uml comes under srMrd rheese" "What are' the grated cheese statistics then'" asked Cocklecarrot 'After the Hobbs test," said the official, "ine figures are sent t. :i different department Grated cheese then comes under the illegal ingredients people, who send the figure* hack to G R 5741 for verification." loekicvarrot groaned like a beast in pain. OiHi-unnion Circle "put philosopher Kant, it will A be remembered (or not whal care I ?) distinguished between the categories of Quantity V£> afeMi? and lno8e ol Helatwn and Modality, by saying that the former concerned objects of perception, pure or empirical whereas the latter concerned the existence of those objects in relation to each other, and to the mmd Now I should be the first lodcny this, were I not restrained Rupert and the Castawuy—23 • d dirt h,. u> oo. *, he .uiu r.e. ,. i„,, „n,„ „., s „,. At I "If ..bin th Koko KM '!'hit hidcov*r r J,l,. m ^^.. I. %  k, b ,d Han on ind "I 1 "" '" ** > >'*• *hv. %  -., %  iha . co 1 ^( %  ri m.nv hour." ijcrp tp. BO J.l:,l,:. ihr bird KJii* u>h ih. .hr-'Koko'livTv" rr hour, ikep ,„d. .or. .r u ,h. •jvr I,I ihnn nrhra by a convHtmn laal I .shi.nl,i m carry my readers vrllli me whok hcarlcdly. Ycl who will rlcn that all olJe?ctii arc afT,-. nthrr all Ihe llmr' Not ou, Mn Rickthorpr. I fed -in,I.' u then, got on wilh our drinking IIOSSWOIIII £ • J U 'L V r J 'LJ — f r f— .' ^qn— ." r ...n.— *^j Iff •Teiuras ant made in it i II lio\ iii'lnd'iin %  . rti.y tivta,, hB -. ,„,,,„ ' rnr, .,. (lul ,„ t M *• Used for dit-tsing -*ound-. is. ti rnis i* orn-o., i|| De-enae. ., aw ,„, ho'te ife. Desr e !. Ui.uiiUMli i |H| Oeaeiiptlvr 01 | uX-wn (7l S? u .ir>" w iouisairo q i>aa BEATRICE 'PEARSON MEl FERRER' • AiFREoVwiincw SPKL! m-DAV 2 |. io. '* irheap prireal "II EIMUM. Il: %  riCHUNt. mnSt Ittlng Tn-iimrrnu— 2.30 t 8 30 p m. mill Continuing Dally HB 31) pin Gary COOPER in %  4H lllllll PLAZA THEATRE BRIDGETOWN PLAZA OISTIN ro-DAY WAIINER'S DoublePaul Henreid in "CONSP1RATOBS" and Gary Cooper in "CLOAK A DAGGER" 1 KIM IV SATURDAY. SUNDAY I a I III n| ramount Presents BING CROSBY In— "HERE COMES THE, WAVES" wllh The ANilREWS SISTERS E.MPIRK „isl Two Shown To-Day 4.45 and 8.30 p.m M-G-M Presents: FATHER OF THE BRIDE" Sl.rring: Spencer TRACY Joan BENNETT Elizabeth TAYLOR and Don TAYLOR HOW r.>-Uy t>nly 4 30 St 1.18 M-f. M Big Double Perry COMO Judy GARLAND Lena HORNE WORDS AND MUSIC NO MINOR VICES" Darin ANDREWS Lili PALMER Louis JOURDAN HOVAI. To-day & Tomorrow 4 30 United Artist Double William BOYD %  Ilopalong CASSIDY in •UNEXPECTED Gl'EST "MR. ACE" C.eorge RAFT Sylvia SYDNEY OLYMPIC Laal Two Shows Tn-Dty 430 and 8 15 20th Century Fox Double Oirrole LANDIS William GARGAN "BEHIND GREEN UGHTS" THE SHOCKING PILGRIM Heti'y GHAIILE Dick HAYMES AOI A 1 II CLU C11\'KMA (Members Onlyj I i <• Nu.iii -i s.se III Ml'IIKH BOGAKT — LAI KIN H\t ALL in "DARK PASSAGE" A Warner Brw Phrturr LET L'S HELP •**• III l ll VOI It BOAT We have CANVAS — Nos. 6— HOPE — All Sizes COPPER PAINT ANCHOR CHAINS WHITE PAINT AlWI SAIL NEEDLES GROMMKTS PALMS FISHING LINKS DEEP SEA LINES FISH HOOKS THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE rOTTOIV FACTORY LTD. • Masai %  •(.IP lllllll Pi, Tliu bnitfdialionnin 11 ^"" 'IS.' HiDlactoinw. J riu% i m:\sox ABLE nun is ... Hill -.1 IIOI.Il MiMTHAT YOl' WILL APPRECIATE OOl BLr BED SHEETS H x IN 0 11-53 suit list. B^ THE YARD 64-inrh wide $1.65 per yard HI lisl-Kr *Ds 72 x 7 fii 7.1 eaeh I All!.I HAM ASK in WHITE 72" Si Vl.'.Z per yard TABLE < LOTUS 32 x 52 ft.37 eaeh DAMASK NAPKINS <& 6tc. A 46. r arh KITCHEN TOWELS 47c. fetch RIIOADHMV IHIISS SIMM" IMWHK i isS ..•Ii. I 7 lM. SfT btB A A I III it M.XMMOTII TBil 3iRHltT Stalling IO MORROW i30J 8 30 B rr, P Lt A Z A THEATRE %  miiin.i ion vmd Continuing DAIIV 5 a 8 30 p NOTHING EVER & OTHINC You \ BM* LIKED MORI WARNER BROS. ; GARY COOPER i)*)M MORRIS -WALTER BRENNAN radM i-. ^.DAVES-JERRY WALD MM Hi THE DATES THURSDAY 19th & FRIDAY 20th at 8.30 MATINEE FRIDAY 20th at 5 pm AT EMPIRE THEATRE "PASSPORT TO HEAVEN" (REVUEDVILLE 1950) -ByMrs. A. L. STUART'S DANCING CLASS A WIDE RANGE OF STAGE DANCING FROM THE STATELY BALLET TO THE MODERN TANGO, JIVE AND BEEBOP BOOKINGS:— Open at Empire Theatre Box Office from Friday 13th hetween the Hours of 8.111 a.m. and 12 noon, and 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. 11:111OKI IH'.STItA and BOXES IIH: HOBS ll.M BALCONY TJc. ALL SEATS CAN BE RESERVED GLOBE HERE AHE FACTS ABOUT A RECORD BREAKER UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL FILMS HAMLET With SIR I.Al'RENCE OLIVIER HAD A SUCCESSFUL CONSECUTIVE RUN At This THEATRE of 14 DAYS-28 SHOWS TO-DAY 1.30, 5 €r 8.30 p.m. A MASTERI'IECK THAT WILL BE A GLORIOUS MEMORY HAMLET To ADULTS — Your LAST CHANCE To See This Film SCHOOL CHILDREN 1.30 p.m. Matinees To See BAMLET TO-DAY FRIDAY. SATURDAY and MONDAY 16th i mi nit i \ in rt ..,is A.wnuEBE HEADTEACHERS ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE GLOBE THEATRE FOR TICKETS FOR CHILDREN


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