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tax rao BAJUJADOS QaJub Calling AMOCAtf FRIDAY, OCTOD&II if, i*£8 I NTR OM i Mi ;., : HBI. and his (Uugrurr ArVltt/S Ht^CLJNC Mfca Intranaif I NTHANSfT through HaroeOw. %  A.. wa Offvr*., flW.I.A OvnTM was CP %  OIK mouth a"i*uu %  %  %  %  r.itrto Hico servlc* fryiv .'. Grvnaci.) tn route. %  B&rbado* *>r two-day vis *•>"-< two He wii t.!*".-* Bteiit-i*d hare .. few week* on a short tnwff * die >•* rt*taj farFor Men Only week. His M %  t Ycitirdu %  II ii the %  'IMI. I h's KM ana grandson hva alwtiyi had i i ,.-r -AT** th* Odin? if GlfiVfvifr, '.[ic f>:.*e i>f Beat, '• %  cdirig and the variety stage. rtiiet about dlwutatliff her age. When, the other da\ sped aliiPg u rinln mart I topped by n patrc* eaat least". Mid tfc* COB. you arn vertalr. no gentleman." i-*rr>.i--l WeflrI Ml lhp *£S52l drive, 'ia** •• SS "CatomW and i due tc m L WM, ?f rt ,„.„. n nn the venel Imar i" *• 22* pohoaman lookad. The Irlvar r o n Short Vi.il ,< Trinidad uti .11 la Ml-. J. M.C.P. H.. SHE SMOKES SO CICAUBTT Y anon T "as MlJttlwg^i'M. %  .••tinson Lwhu wore holidaying In "On* UI IW LfrfKM JUB laBU %  AM very Sl*d '" *e bock in TlsiLaaos to g "i vime iirnshlni M R. and Mrs whu ware hoBdaying la St i\ft AND MRS G. ACRUS and | Michael arid I „ were stayPeter, arrived from B.G. wlftr having a great dual of rain ins with Mr inn Mr* Denis Barday afternoon By B W..I.A Dr. b, England,' Mr. L 8. Chamber? Aci-ca * .in* of the two ahyrtc.in* told Cartb yesterday Ikairtvea Uf n t.J > %  — %  "' "" ^"W"" nauxlle Co.. in hcro oll WadnewJay on the CotamMpa Ants l^uettiont McKctixle and hat Iwtn living in j,ic accompanied by his wife nfter A RP.iviNi. 1MB Arwba yaatarB.Q. far twvJHH. wiMdlni u noaau MftHV * u^"i %  %  .*'" %  m hv saw a lut of lha cm ket M"*M bolwetn Eiitflanu ..': I • %  !>• m Indies and uUo UM Opn (Jolf Champtoiiship in ^cAtiaud. Sarnstcr At Law f R ALIiKBT J. 1-ARK13, IWT Aftr Two Weeki M Rfl B vTBA HUOtJINS ami her daufhwr Jtmn. after M oil HDW, Official w th the Lagr. Uil nd Tpt only five days they gee %  Both o.' them teemed very Interested In the Island and Baked i iwn apob> Ar U:ey waiter) (or Uwlr baingp tve bl iho ttrmmal btilldlny -p-ey ~, .;„„! jeaterday uftw soendio*tevw. Iniomr.tt.,DMk to bur a map Of RetvmKl (til Oa^ e;irlicx u, voc^' ho' (ay m the Ulaml the War-d and aslc a few mw Trii*idd wai MUi Shelaah Daane, Hp '" %  K i B Keutstror of 'lie QUMtlonn. AJthouali here for ootj rtuughlcr of Dr. and Mra C. fi. S-JW^ma Court of BrltUh Gulau.i five days Uiey cvrinintv K rt> plaf.D*.w of Maraval, wh„ led by "" !wo > !" n **? hai !" r * e 'i nlpg to ane a* much n( the island |h •"Colomb.e" on Wodiwsday appointed a Camnimwner oi as pwr-ible night. She was abo Ktaytng at the OaUw SUptf of week*' i.ollday In Bai "* rtfctM : B A:"* ,<1 lerday .narnooo by BW1A. **< %  ";• 3;-^t by -ving II.. h o Quiana umana W H W 1 A Housewives' Guide IMswo af _. PtaTa >vBen taie "Adv-weale" .-at-ekej fHfti., wees; — ii-araben k oaatla par (a Pear* *. 1. cs*J ra*i eath. ROBINSONS 'PATENT' B Alt LIT 'PATENT OROATS B.B.C. RADIO PR(rGRAMiM£ I 15 I ** % %  .;. I i .-. %  -. P 130HD her* t' nid ruUode IAUOA. ;nat rrl*cil in 1/mdoo, With h.-v \hrr httrbamV Mr. Ahnee Rosenfctd. a 41ftar-old iteeiman. When I met ft*r at mr }:•: -• %  rWMJJtl U : %  •• JM M an..amofcv *>,'-_s rlarin* ouotlat %  r rx rhs K-a p —. >• I j*rt Own faiuMr.. s.ia n.m aa 1 a-*—, a at .at. Bajttai sa ) • a> r !" T>f P*H* -in-rtce. : Nthw i • Upwn. I P iMaaFhWiWii - %  >"Th. ! %  Wiiir B m. aeoMMR rturawi""• a %  MUSK Kt-n rouiwi. a S 9 "6 A Ui %  it .r* faefftto, Ba l" 1 I p.m. The Hw. l. a AjaaJrHa. t* l"w* *nm ivnt_ f p "i Jdic .\*wwi. an, u M.llniiM Nt>uin nepvrt. • V" r<*nofiMr sf trw >-*. • > — -,..., ilit IMtMeMH IS pa NIM re s aptMU* . WM-I-J Afl-fi !" fMTVfV DT M p m. Ctoa nee II. GLOBE OFKNINC TO-DftV 5 ,• r.M HIR KfNDOf WOMAN NEVER LEARN! UM TW CLWK RAINS ISEVB8 H0WAR5 ^0A€ WORUNIS SMV* uT^Rsap ft a A* ••• la %  p 10. A P aa ^Tur "^-^ —,a.u. ranen' .!iy 'DF)*r• remained in England for a sloner for the Kaatero LaribbM.i irtniocd Medico longer period but was forced to with he*i'f.i.irWT. In %  rrimdo'i T\U. and MRS. M. FORlte-STF-H ,n;rn home due to the d.-*th of returned %  >f Trinidad were tneraaaU nlghi bv tii.> SS op W'ci While In Triirtdad. he will b%after paying a abort roi from K. they BU the turn of his t-ounln Mrs. here tie wna st.'ylng a the iXvan Vp-.nl ix mceittuf holiday. F. de Cannex of San Fernando. View Hotel. u^^a^^p^^#^^^^it^^5#^^^M^< LOrTOON. 'Piere' sncaklrg auptc)ui: iu Albtrt Wiilum -.an, Owl rotnav :.rr getting ihat courtaey. rk ..' iii-tus[>a.v. %  ry DovetinxiK'i.t Council alma to i,l out for sure. The S4-y8r-oid elactrtclau %  TH(.nunril aoiiounccdtliat tole a pun* from ho^w rsBd -iu>y are planning to tuK wuit. was ari*td when he returned. , .u und bust measurements nr >*no (.evrral hooit later, to apologlxe \ -v iu6 winner. n\ Britain tin waa aeoWiuod to thrw munlli'" %  >%  lob will be Heine bv —INS, nwniiiw > r 3 • i j -%  V ii wi I _il_Pj 1 J —LN.S. En-route To St. KltU BOOK YOIJB SKITS $1.50 All Seats Bookable 72 48 TO-DAY (AND CONTINUING DAILY) for hBUTHE SPIRIT" at THE EMPIRE THEATRE (TWO BOX OFFICES) on NOV. 2nd & 3rd THURSDAY & FRIDAY AT 8.30 pxn. MATINEE FRIDAY AT 5.00 pm rum England utun spending unc I r dolitl a SliU't Tu!i,r'a conrct Ii'"" " 7"". "Tr"." '': =i Bdintaitfh UtoKxmcly In Scot, vj Barbodt* pnor to returnm*: rt tie* %  Ml May Slrvcrw. .„ fc M!i..n at Ciuudn*hiiro HcpiUl Mji SWJ !" S_ "„•>' Mt Slw rrrlvol |MT on WlMdy nd Mrj. D. S. Ppyn* of Harrow. .. Ihe SS. "CotomWe' St PhiQp rf „____ • CRYWOgUOW—ller' low to torh It: UltLI A A X %  la LONUfKLI-OW Cue latter wmptj atands for anoutar. In UMa axampla A la uaad (or IX UUaa t--a. X for Uia two Oa. atr. Sinlc laturl apoa tropMaa. tba knetk and formation of UM warda arr all lunl*. Bacit day tka coda latura ar* dtffarrnt. A Cr)rpucnu quotallo. I.A |fl V PAVKK HI SWCTHAKO. POm K B V O, at %  V O \K B N A S N H T l *% CriplaaalT "TWO SOOiJ WITH BUT A S1NCL* THOUGHT, TWO HEARTS THAT BBAT AS OMB—LOVBXL. H II I I IMI—llll'llwli II %  — %  "III %  I 111 HI %  % %  .lUl'ATIi CLUB CIXEMA (Man*.,. Only) Haunaa*. TODAY • TOMORKOW at .' %  p.m. TOKIOHT ta TOEtDAT XIOHT at > JO /'uiHioii'if prtflonli BOB fioPK — HHONDA WHHItTI in -THE GREAT JUOVMM" with Roland YOUNO — Roland CULVFR Richard LVON %  MMMfaW •SasriJ rru'e E>;U "Zj '"—ISjaU n-cs Toitrre I1KAXO ALL STAR TALENT CONTEST FOR THE SO.VEK CDP AND INTRCDUCING LITTHIORD KAUNTLIY-KOy<"-> ^ rhe Vt'e^ld'a VtttinceU Calyp-waUn Slntrlrc hia uwu c-fHSvyoalUnn "MODKIN OIRI.8 AWT OOT ECSPKCT' SAVE YOUR H TICKETS TON1TK 4 CARTONH OF HElNBKEN'fl BFEk Given away FEEK PIT ^A — HOUftF U — BALCuNV 4A — BOX M IB wr.sn j-ouug M4waM Btta aroua 5ar> bftn • ib* w a gn a a a. tt) .U. Util oliall W| Mr .5> a Tni.. !• wnexa aon aie war. UMa U • auntj u *iuai..f. |g) 1 f c bapl are peerad aot 1 $. I'm uddM *->u. oiia %  g Piunjeu..GT anauog. 14) . ?rot>:e wilb • |M at Varw H £ Aarepd i ta< aatVn toe luiV UM I. I i) 11. rua MM* MOC ui oaaaar • awnatl of u> Mirch. i> PLAZA Theatre-8/DGfr<5WN ro-DAY I SO ana 1 : and Tonunuoai Dally and •• 11. WKT m "BKIDt FOK KALE"—aJftw— ,0n "HAVAO* HPIaENDOB" COlor by TWlwOonlOr PLAZA Thcairc — OISTIN TODAY, etATUROAY A SUNDAY %  and It* MONIXiNAM'S CXCIT1KD UUU1HJ: ACHUN: Duncan RRNALDO .< %  CUco KID "IN OLD NEW MEXICO" Has Wna Do "WOLF HirNTEBS-* "CHINOOK" MUMSITC MATTraDB i7Bmonoi aattirday SSth JajHU Mh BROWN in ft Jimmy -AKJJ.Y M "CBO88ED TRAILS'* Qf PABTNERH OP THE TRAIL'' KSMJI*. ... swi 8S On* 0->n"i i LOVES (uticma V.^ rAtc'tiM ^ y— ... —:.-—.....: J..——.^.var ci EMPIRE ROYAL To-dar 2.J4 and 1 JO and conUamlni WUavai Shakaaaaaro-a "MACIETI" To-aay only 4 to and 1 ftetmUlc Big Double "GLASS ALIBI" — AND — — Starring — 'DAREDEVILS OF III Oraoa Wella CLOUDS" ROXY TrTKa Robert I Jrloratea Sat. Mid-Nit? Show To-day to Huixtay 430 aad 1,11 <:olaaabU Smaahtna Dnibl Republic Whole Serial "KINO OF THE FOREST MANGERS" Deal Arnad — Muy Haleher OLYMPIC -aOHDAl IN Laat Two Satma To-day— l aad 3 15 HAVANA" Vailed ArlaMa DaahlWilliam Bard Anrtr Clyda and in -CAKGO IN "UNEXPECTED GUEST AND — CAPETOWN" "NEW ORLEANS" with Wllh Broderi.-k Crmwl"ord — John Irelana — Klleu Drew Wobdy Herman and hit itr.lcatra. \ FOR BETTER RECEPTION : %  good radio FOB FLAWLESS PERFORMANCE: a PHILIPS Super Deluxe RADIO GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES J-TUDAY. SATURDAY a aVKTAAY BSD M.l Warra*r*a Top TBchnkro'or aiut-eaK Jn'ir, llAVm Oordon MacRAB In "DAUGHTEB OF BOfllE O'OHADY" Color Br Tarhiucolot aeOMDAY a TUBBIMY • SO p.m. -CRIME SCHOOL" g, "ROAD OANO" IS YOURS WITH A MR. PLAfiTER fj 1951 PHILIPS RADIO PLAYER A BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB PRODUCTION. H> mrm hM W MMW ritm — PLANT KNIVES CUTLASSES L.O. SICKLES HOES (all sizes) AGRICULTURAL FORKS PICKAXES Obtainable from our Hardware & Ironmongery Dept. 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FUDAY, OCTOBKK , ISW BARBADOS AIMTOCAIR PACE taws Snappers Defeat SwordCish King Opens Cognitions %  •• %  Bwfei1 %  •v.' while BlUy afaiining and, George MtidAn %  cnre r l one each fea tu*l .. %  .. i.-r. UM c the r!v *tfrr Ui U SiiHppcrv 1 Stvurttfish This wu one at th* moil thrill ttm of the "PO!. k wasfast and lor the T.nt five mluuu\> looked like i a-ine. (n*ieed. Swurdilth were like first ! %  tajorlty %  wervativa ii'iiw • % %  ."' %  \iI -le nrl ye*, enduring reioUonsi Scotland Yard Prepares for Festival Criminals LONDON Police offlaata a> Scotland fully prepared to deal %  II over Europe PTCM to a vadr thw country neglleh Taa Pr.;rtd-c1 the AiurtrBHan Prov.tsl Court Care had a-iked rui if he would make a statemecH. Twenty-foux year old Weaver ialc*daV. ,\a guilty to luVcaUy. entering Japen. IteejUug ~" aajonrnot until Monday. Au-tt-^iian clthtenahip rights w naew name TMMObinoj OtakSi Kitagnwa. 'ijOT J Smalthas applied to a Jpivx: jfT)da--lt un whether Vtauot would !< %  Mtrtitf lapaiMsi QattouajHa-. Mind Supreme Command haa rrjocuaj Weatvej'ii apfj!'.twin. %  *>ver W*s .lls..hhi B#it fi^-m n ITdbruary 194*. Thi* weeks ag-i for the alxtti time in two yeitrs he smujigled hln.tvlf loU> Jai*.i nuurled whlfi wiUi oc**upoi> ttxeev He WH rrctcbcr IS. ^pectacaUr Sat,. %  was Swonlrisl) a turn 'o CJOC*IV wlucb wae taken by incfl, who was close in. reoefvad the paaa whit-und bard In a jl-ali he alappou tha netd to optn tlia *corinu lot )U team. It was a tpwucular shot. Tnc score .5 unihanned at half unit. cand half thai Swordltth bagan making iiiltalica. Ttiaic rorwards playco too d*renv.-.y ^tnl Snappac. tooK the opportinuiy of bilnglng fotIT lurwarua Into tinatUrk a.% OM Swordtish centre-torwartl repoati wad the Siiappeia' tenUf hade Into his own gc*l area. Manning *tM in goal DiDnltcr two from close range and thla was ToUowad aim-' •.'lately by one frooi skipper George MacLean w h through and *corod frt eight yard* from tJio i Snapper? kejt up their ptesture and goallu-eper Albeit WMOMthead backed up wall by Oeraro Jordan and Muurkt Pltigarald, anveil many certalntlw. Snappers ware definitely the better team and shortly betore the cod of play Kenneth Inve again r-cored in fine style About ore imnuto before the end of (Be game however tiie Snap;er was adjudged offMue and had to leave the valor. Swordflsh with ui. extra man. attempted a la* dej,erata move to acor* hut time nil 4gairt5t Ita | vhUtte went be/or.' uV buck <"uld diMrlbutc thu bH U .' %  arda. The teamn war*. Siuaaeni A. Taylor, c Ittfl Lin, O. Mc Lean tCjpll I. 11 Manning, F. Manning jnu Ki (MV .•.wardn*h A Wi-aUterhead. (Car*) M J.wdan, o luiui i ium m mm aj i mu um ii %  aenxlhlv and unUaakaulv aiaoclntloo". Uberal leader Cleinent Davle-. •akl thai the Common wealth farnrew tironger as a member nations ((rew i Mr. Kussoll PUna Fo Co Down 1.1 !n River Ou %  %  %  ^ %  pn *w > wo yam %  : ...at unt-.. %  ulinKfv %  .tUvtcii. wt^j k aa toet^v drwuTA-U -'.^ &f 1 i-lj-iou % %  iMM. aboui ui( t, | Cn (*aaful lie eufta ,t uA] bo a BrotoO'pe fo. b rw j, h rtv i#% %  m do.-uunt Vm AM EiHbtim With uiu na hopa u> „ an expedition u. 0 d*e of the ao-fa niyuw A a cxaUanaotsatd •'* Uv uaa'j drownad BM Abjatt* He M k-oaVftaHew PUtntt Will Change History Of Brilain tjom i ii bei htstorurxt year wh*f4 kga. g aaato u i n e aa t ^li.n tfeaaaaaa] AJWK... • %  %  all. VJet-i% %  MB bt opanad by Mi imaniaxy Sacrr%  m -intl Country Planning The aaaoe**Uori % .: To-da, 1 va HI .,i a tur-niiuj point au OM* ;m.l country planning nation C Ufe In 1M1 a aaiwa t dWv itam 'Mil provwia a vork '"i %  have a atsuiui tia-tib (" WliC'l U l-ord Silkin Tfttare CouW Holds Up AntURed BUI MJSLI30URNE, Oct. 25 '.r-liJ.il High Court hai baaan taa fefieral Govriuneut> new auti-communlst legislation. Jtiatlce Sir Owen ntxou to-day extendod for an Indefinite yailod the interim Injunction granted or OctKiM*r 21 agatofct Important sections of the ActHo refuted tha hppUcailOD by the Australian Communist party boy* and number ftf Communist oontivtlcd uti.onii for an injunction w m be jcept on hotels to protect ffal. 11.1 1 JULkl li H i II i Pho'ograpb* aud Jewriptions of each man. plus dcUi'ls vf hit typo of fraud, are being ei thmiajout BntaUi. Ston every plain -clothes detactiva and policeman on the beat V.111 be familiar with the naxk set of foreign frfcei '.n the rogue* Tno, Internatiofial Police Commission has helped ftcotliuvi Tard vith ibi preparations. From its Pan. headquarter* doJalls of criminate of mdea than 30 ein. Vrtas are circulated by radio. Than* movements are noted and brrvadcas' too. Sci far no dlng the court's decision '* and don't*, u"d all the fisherman working like galley %  "Wg Isabeva that uncling is a %  port for a man who likes a enoote there were no puxehasaa to be mao>. Ha added that It was quite fortunate (or American export trade thai the Canadian asautr had become on par with theirs. This meant that Americans who have beenbuying Canadian goods (though the coasponding articlen A* ere rruiiiufac T ued in the United MUWUILn lULUI'lUfl M, Weaver suivtop in Japan aud had npaaMdl> insisted that the flnal decision lay wK eral MacArthuf? HeaduiitirtrrN —Renter itefri'i a**a*tc*a 'i 'tnt icomniuen of Attanrai. W PI — %  %  '~: %  Warspite Neon End r^riU a 1 Minister, Sajr cha>tma:i De\elouir.e'r. Of %  %  tha Coipov.", Q %  %  • fen-iiv— liWefrlf • %  enler oirsi'i' >t U *i %  JllU.JU'lll %  .•n.si :'-(•'. an the uwcfi a r I Mousing and Tov-n PUirunngw will sutipceeil *o be the toprf .\ on: 'What >h..iil.l wa plan i J | DUNLOP FORT CAR TYRES and •~tTaaev'whaB • ^eaw • SUteao/Arnai calwUl now turn to make their pjrchAaaf at home POLISH CONSUL RESIGNS IXDNDON, Oct. 2. Polish acting Consul General In London, Zygwiunt Schilebcr, has resigned and applied for asylum as a pollti-.ul refugee, a Foreign Office spokesman soruiuncad today. The spokesman aaid that hit application was undai ^-onatileraiiiiiiTfie Jcfaettffn •* Scbfiebei U Uie rlfth resignation from the Polish Em baas y diplomatic irus...udon ft" politioal reasons at as nuuv months. A PoUah Bmbaj9<'> PORT-OF-SPAIW, Oct. 29 Mr. Jose da afortlbnin, director of GrtU and Company, sold al Piarro Airport thftt the Trinidad Government may have to pay more money In the way of subsidies for Caaadian Hour owins to the revaluation of the Canadian dollar, 'The prices will go up about 10 per cent on the landeJ import cost" he said. He has been warned that tha prices of condensed milk would be Increased all over the world because of tha increased price* in *ur>>f *nd tinplate. m _. I-ONDOBC. | Warspite, the Navy', "-rand aW XAdy %  who ha, been ooelgloa !" "hlptuer-ker"! ynrd i'or the toat five years, has reached (he list chapter tn her SB va*r? tama Mount's Bay, Cornwall Tilere the SlXOO-lon haltleenip Will ser\e tha nation for aba laat tune—by providing; thousands of tons of top-grade staef for British Industry. •ewhtnua'a active service endfrf hi 1M9. when she was taken to Portemouth to have her gun mountings hoisted off Fn Is47. towed by two tugs, ehe set off acain—bound for a ship-breaking ya,^ 'r. the Clyde. But, caught in a 0 m.p.h gale, site breke away and wem aground off Prussia Cove, Cornwall. C300 A Week For three years, night and day attempts were mada to salvage bar. To the Bristol s.-rap metal flnn who bought her, she con up to 8300 a week in wages bills. To a workmau, 24-year-old John UcQuasrle, her price was death; he was killed in an explosion on board last March. She was finally refloated in Juiy. But oar trouble* ware "r & Maw was dkicovared In her boiler room and .(jiwund unco ns*r. ( Now the Uilp who served Britain In 'wo wars is near her end. —UB-8 yOUNGSi F,RS. awdttt growauaa. roiiM m;ike sure of Inzer CaainU i'laytina;, and %  this young lady bat (wind the way tq enjoy both' Andrew, is an csciiuut •'ftzrydriox mtefa bringi Wr C/caaimtss by cleaning ihc mouib, settling tha stomach, and nww* up the liver. FsBglly, it genily cfeani the bowels. As a refrcsJuhg drink u any lima tifitar div, thc one teaspooafu) of Andrews In a glass of water. More impottaui uBt, don't forget your Andrew* *!•• you wake In the morning DlSTWWtORS llhOWDlNG ESTATES & THAWNti CO., LTD. (ICKSrCIN BROS} ANDREWS UVHSAIT THE IDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE Hiousands Atttnd Indian fvstiW iFTbA Oat Own Qone^potuf"! 1 poRT-oF-spAm, Oct. n I bMM auael <,f paTtsatu tlwaaayssi the streets of St. Jamas, Porl-ofBpain's Indian town, to Join In tha celebration of Hosea. Parades end processions leading the tajahs accompanied by the beating of drums and the puylng of the tka (an Indian street dancer ..jg brought to a clow laat night, -ban tba talahs were dump*.! into -mm BLUNDELt'S PREPARED HI H n 1 Of if ... rvqlorcs h"J(h, yon Ii tisjxl sdJhB 1 •PRAT twpriaa Aaliag thet yea'ie uw -cat, **net ng a ft'toy loaaw WnA' tmtan *M^ ]"•' hsaa ua.ni MM svach oat at jawrasaf. Your boJr it ahart of two awnul iUa i fc T *ag feods a *uTaew aaJ prowa. Thuaaa itran gth a i iaal Ta aw yea right, rou uesd a ceone of 'asDaMfaa' Mm Tentc Food. *&ir.j\ •fctorasd into your ivfcavlUy •* iijy nlonv*ut^ htalib, >ud| and aaaliiy Bow Uuouib owr *tn'i-I year #•" %  aad Mlf^cnlUsnca come eaakl start aa a uwrs of f '. On %  !• • good nlW atd aVaggfies ysntt: ro.vie tuou ,' %  STRO.VC • NOURiSHINC • SATISFYING William younoar:* MILK STOUT HOUSE cr BUSINESS PREMISES WITH HOLLOW CONCRETE BLOCKS MADE BY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. Thso Blocks are STRONG. EVE RIA STING and ECONOMICAL Send your orders direct to Factory at Lodge Hill, St Michael — Telephone 2798. OJ DISTRIBUTORS:T. HERBERT Ltd. Lumber Dept. Magazine Lane, Telephone 4367. i J WHAT ABOUT YOUR EXHIBITION SUIT 9 e Call in To-day and select some of the finest TWEEDS, WORSTEDS. SERGES, etc e II f GUARANTEE YBV A PERFECT FIT. &f Wm. I


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rotra IU Ml ADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. OCTOBER IT, 1*S BUwrore^^ggnrE Scienee and Agriculture * rr ev A*~—U >_ M* i FrMny, Otioaar 17, IN* -HfcHl F1MST"THK f-mtBhihiy *>f Grave*vnd UL. siW for a ride rang* has teen one uf'tlio matters receiving curwMeration lately. Sam would iitr* to sew the Rifle Ranee removed, while others maintain that Gfavey.nd .. tho best and most convenient site for a Rift* Ranjc. Both parties have reasons for their opinions; but 11 must be conceded thai the i sbacklna. the "status quo "are not particularly convincing. The nofil reason nu varied as for as these gentry are Mummed l the fact that the Range has been there fur fifty years. And, in an island where pedestrians rely 09 the fact that they were them l.rst and therefore hW an inherited monopoly of tov public ru*d, a %  -\a,;n Lo Sffliioruj fa nut to be lightly dismissed. it la impofisibJe 10 refute the statement inat the rifkrange HM be*n Ice-tad at Sy *. W. Act* Ikfrrckjr £. TUCKER Of Aartcialisra Lrravesend for fifty years and tnatTfoTr.-w activities :mch as the Aquatic Cub. the bathing Shed and the British Union ipany are comparative "Babes in the :HNr" and newcomers to the area. But h*j anyone stopped to contrast conditions in Barbados fitty years ago with conditions to-day. Gravesend in those days was entirely closed tc the public. It belonged to the War Office and was a military preserve. A fpr persoiuvwlth ipecial passes from the Military were allowed to bathe at the Engineers Pier. Apart from this concession the area was out of bounds fur civilian*. A rifle range was built there solely for tho convenience of the Military who were not particularly interested in the finer point* of competition shooting; and as Gravusend was a closed area there was no fear of any efrcidental killing or maiming o£ member*; of the public. When the Military left, the Government of Barbados was either too lazy or too abort of funds to abandon an established range even though conditions at Gravasend had materially changed. The Government have now leased part of the area to the Aquatic Club and to the Union Oil Company and, quite n*rAly, have uUemirted. to create facilities for. tho .-:'-*.sraljiubyc to enjoy sea-bathing at Gravesend. Tn lite days of the Military many beaches r^ar Bridgetown were availifeat U) the puniic but tn recent years built up areas have extended along the sea coast so rapidly that the citizens of Bridgetown Would have to go many miles to enjoy a sea bath if Graveeend were not available. Apart from the long standing squabble blw#en the chicken and the egg as to which was here first there is a strong con%  jerunu; of opinion that the standard of rifle shooting would imptove if there were a range away from the glare of the sea and the dazzling white sands. And o'lite en*'* tin **• dw*^**. *r*i !r...~weuii J.2 oi <. nue range in cose proximity to sites used by the public, there is no question that it is time that more lungs should be provided for Bridgetown. The entire area at Gravesend should be transformed into a delightful park with flowering trees and. ornamental shrubs. Such a transformation would demand the removal not only of the Rifle Range, but of the British Union Oil Company's tanks which can hardly be described as ornamental. It should ..ot be a Herculean task to find a new and more appropriate site for a Rifle Range at such a distance where expense and time in getting to the range would not be so great as to kill enthusiasm for a manly and, for that matter a womanly sport. The rainfall for the month t September en below average %  iHfff approximately 1* cays "1 •.'in fell The hca\-lrm distributed rm\** r ** eeaUab.1 00 |h Sin, Mrd., "d ***> : "** f **b OUr Attwdiiu, to rainfall Mu nw mU m mor* Umhed auppiy .nreveived lo del* f*>n. 32 ftauora, eluded limes.safest anin eruss typical of all wg*. vt T 1 ^/SSJS!^L %  atcgoite* of the Island. ?"* !" ^ F^""**"* 1 tho wcrafa total ralntad .<* UM "'•: lc*-f.U '-rugm were the eeii* Island ft* .September ww .7 fr warm, tne a*****-' swats. Thet .tp.ondina Bgure boiierfly 1 fa 1919 w" U 13 tnchea. and Peww.t AarlculluMU birtructorc i the even.se for September ft* the x>anu to advocate awM ipaat toe rears w 7 7! inche*. *"* miwurw. Th: hig>*. Uvul fall for Sep2S2?*22f ^ *^' "* tataber 1&0, at any of the above ?utent tedder was In free supVM U dt itKbes. record•'*> 'Irougtioot the month i eir a?* atSfeii in the^shof ?" Uu '£' I < 1 **•£" oW F I st Threw* a "•" P^M At Tt^ Miafmit *ae (uffteicot lo r "}' *•" ^L'S?* I maintain good axowii^ J2f2 &oti. in pW can*, and ratroetr "Sprln; * Th ; r .... yiaiuma" A Member ; iields of ^ {^^\ '-' ian**. Ttw t,rr-;diiia v* One irv) of ;t • tottl of 1M head 1 the tix station! '.'-cchidw for Ihr futur r*\ deniA%i for the lean %  alre given ir <-iAU pUnU arm tilru %  fnfi^ted wrtl. I Flant Disease* D^l Mouu: Oineuv(EradJciin 12ft 1V41—12, during the month re .|,_ porird 110 ca l, rjf tnosalc oHr*v Father in Repay menu on loans received during SeeSawber, on.oomed ** a&Tfl is. Tin* amount milwa <. total of $5u,o78.;'j repaid to date %  JSII tsstied. 1 -oO*;ctPi ft-f thf niontb tot;U of S^^ P S, n ^\h^ l SSh ?£ WMi "' ^Pt-mbor.-iududlri, was t\M. .kinji t^i^ Sni^rSI £ nu iocK tH n QUrin WO** paid to date*e^artel supply greatly immonUl ^ hlindwd .l^uny. A su n D f jsw.afl wj loaned ^Sl*"' iiiWrj ___ -i,i„fc 1, • v *n gallaAi pf mil* ww proto IWmrme.i foi the rnonth, miXS~ 5?fL.tS^?iJ2Sr riailnt and 3 h.il or hrr .lock, lo. to CU "^K "SlfuSS .^JS'S !5 '• Ju %  %  '" •" %  r,ul^ 0 martin* o( lh rktarUa ^r>T .ppl"^.Uon mlplute^af „,„,„ „„„ MM Advlt, Commltle. %  held durio* Uio month. •! which 10 %  r Ho[i.'nj for loan* totalUnc Ttl fvllowln* PiMlt uecj wi buddvd dunn* t h p month:— At IhU mrft:o* It wan .. Orange 7. lime MB and Manto awtoMh Urn aoverrmtnt *iw „ __ ii.rin 35. Iruit tre deUvrM pnrt"'m to impon cot-. non-l.omniunjsl counl from Codrington were ai follow!: t*" wl'atolo (or the jesefoblln* | .inaouul ot radio time Used fur such Htrackc Otne 11 Qrapetrull Lime "' IU"U to be lold loMhemen.i ,, 7^ SI^CKI 30. Uemoti , Ptpew IK, GoldenOtter iMltara wed-mm* accounts i •" greUy diminlsiied, sad much ul Hie %  PVle 4, Citrus 2. Breadfruit IB. ^ doceaaert fltbermen. as woU aa; sUr.g is Uoae. Ouava 6. Grape Z BIHI Cherry I backward accoiuiU and tno pro. One hundred and ninety-four v '*'on ul a concrete iOab at Bathj nomental planta of different heb 'r the cutting of large Mb. | Moscow Changes Tune •W piopaganduts have dropped :he Kortati wax like a hot potato. Anu. while it is still loo early to discern a dettniie trei.d, the at&Oea lone ut Moscow's sens u. have within recent day*. There m i, ... • jjiack.' on "Angio-Amt: more "peace" lalk. Only a few weeks ago, Moscow'6 Radio devoted a large share of its time to report:, of the "heroic efforts ot' the Korean llberatoxs" (ineamtiji North Koreans); and to "indignatu>n' meetings m the Soviet Union affalnst the Aruerican "inU'ivenuon.' These broadcast* have coaaed. In one •Jo-hour pe.-iod, the only mention of tne Korean war waa the broudcast, wiihout cornmeat) ot the brief communiques issued by .in: NorUi Korean supreme command. Moscow he* NOT completely stopped its -if "u'•""!'? --' %  *"'' o" the T'aited Stat'-s and >t her well end some nave be*n observed In the parsltas of St. Uuy and St. Philip. \ alight attaelt of defolioUng .vorm has been ubwivcd but IhlK .iaa been kept In cbeek. Seiting if ihe Cnttort Variety Trtale was •[xnineneed during the monlh and contiuulng. Peeaaat Asriculuirr Good (reather prevailBd during ue month and food cnyp% gener.Uy continued to make progress. jJ VJtc ii t "% fero dJahTbuted "" wea-e also dlacuasad'. iSosae sweet poutoae and corn [n j^nion u, a* tbov9 t9S x The "Inve-.tigator" carried out i „u Wr^?,?? mod **ft casuerlna. TM rn.hog.ny "and *">um* experiments chiefly m 1 character, with items uke this w^yields oewined. As itauai at 4S ,^ u ^ corinecUon wl' thla tUe of the year, vegeubte ribw|w ** nao fltf krna flh with cardan crops were tn 'Untied rntmiwlftnl 1 "g,v.no,.p.-; !" !" -.. *• eSSSsrss a ^' ssrtr^vs-ia, i.Oed with the good growthmnui"•? "• •^** rou ne "^J* bank ipptting u,d Jepth reVordMlr.,d by both plant and ratoon '• Jj't !" < i>'">• in. w.7. .% on „S.,,TSe '<• bagging aale ot "beet and cleanj^^p h fa ( h Some cotton plot, are well adi" <><* repairing of the Urdu. T^„ ^. rulUm „., u C oi,u.iu. vancod and have altaady begun "*"* •* co t ". m s P"* 'hrou#.out October and Novcmflowerlng and boiling So far no !" th breeding unit l< being gept b„^" !" widetpiead nig h been m operation so as to maintain Ihe Calckea trf Bah were again ;auaed by the cotton leaf worm, neceaarr stock of paraslta In maU ujrou-houl the month .Uabama rglllieo Peuanta. readiiKM for next anuon'< work KlBerimenlel howaver. re being adviaed to do The annual pre-horvart counts ,..„._ '£. '".,' m preveutlve spravlng *1th toad of cane stalks Inflated, have been .A0 *** 0 **'nnlBg nanl sraenaic solution. started during the month at tne Production ot 18 a count cotton Several peasants, eepeeially in cane breeding plots at Henley: so yarn (or UBC .1 the West Indl.ni ihe Cnrlit Church and St. Philip fr. there has been low IndeSance Kr.lttlag Mills w2\H lb. Two .ircaa, planted plota of the variety of moth borer infe*latir,n. but a grades of 5 ply ltrs cord weru Virginia Bunch during the month slight to moderate amount also made rrom existing stock. Other pints planted earlier aro of termite damage was seen, of single 10's looking well. Some rat damage was also sound weight* of the two gradea being l.:.rgi' quantities of breadfruit* louring tht> month 90 Llao t i h a g a 1,417 lb. S3.M in ... LAWN MOWERS 2 Sizes WHEEL BARROWS GARBAGE CANS Small & Medium STEP ON CANS White & Ivory GALV. BUCKETS l.ig'tU. Medium 4 1' GALV. ROUND BATHS GALV. OVAL BATHS •fr-jo-. at WILKINSON HAVNES CO, LTgX, Succdswsrg To C. S. PITCHER & PHONES 4472 4W7 CO. Moscow's Radio in recent weeks has trftsaed the "peaceful" side of the Russian in aoamon to tne shove, 1,939 *."" " ^PW vtimro ouij, --:-casuerlna, 7iH mahogany and troUm l. -fxpenmentt chiefly in,*" a?-. i-_i_i ttom Mtrlvu of the king fish aea.0.1 I*"" !" *ihis city has the largest opera house In the U.S.S.R., with au auditorium seating 2,000. It's troupe of singers and dancers numbers about 1,000. Novosibirsk also has a theatre of drama and a children's theatre." "Recently Byeloruaittan industrial estab^iaiiments more than doubled the output of goods lor mass consumption. In this year alone production of about 1,000 new articles has been mastered. North Korean Sword "The Republic manufacture-* bicycles. aewlng machine*, radio sets, gramophone*, rugs, vacuum cleaners, etc" The attacks on the West have included .stoiies like the following: "Vienna—The Democratic Presj cites new SMXWL, Ay iRyihJG LEVtlVf ersuraot o' Conununiat Mayor Lee (ac a *mch expose the policy of militarlza•tnere is an ancient Korean "' , „ 5""" "i? 5 "'"". 'I"!! Norlh i tion "hteh "> being carried out by ihe Ausproverl. urhlch asms: ••Beware from a "psojues ootnmlttce" for Korean afmutai of Junloe. an. ". ,.f a sword hiding behind a smile.Ubaral rtca rations from .arenouncw that about one-third of I '" authoritieg and the western occupation North Koreans who held the bouse stores in the cttf. assouTs population which numpowers In Austria South Koresn capital of Seoul for As for tie noo-Conmunisti. bared more than a million and a three months made no attempt to listen to the problem watch eonball st the wars outsat would "Mosmw.—Thr. han-nlc •tmiscrln. cf the hide their sword behind a smile, fronted a University asatsbmt prohave to evacuate Seoul because of Moscow -inc heroic struggle of the During the occupation period, lessor's wife named Bvong Oh. Amurtcan bombings. i Italian working people against the policy of It Is estimated that this sword fell '•rrsattanlbr it would take B Tta purpose of this order. !/„-.„„,__ ,L „ 0 iM 0 i inH,,.,^, ,,,i,;,.v, i. or. the necks of at least 5,000 whole day to buy enough food for acaeadmi to mm-Comrauntet realj -'atwjnog the national industry which is Seoul rosidsats who bad no baneone meal for myself and my three denw, ass to provide a choice uf being carried out by the ruling circles of tit of trial or counsel. children,she said. daairalle bousing In over-crowded [ T ol „ „„ ,. .,,. % %  ., „, ,. -,.„. „.; Tlvi. was th. figure given to „„ _. _,, ,„ S>ul lor the inilug of North '"W on the ordo !" "' ">• American .mperttbis corraepondent today by Lt. _r^t_*S'S Jiev* "2 r"*' Korean and for favoured Comalisla, m the subject of an article by Pravda's S.,r A". aSi-CS ^ ^.?-& !" ? ._. !" "WSlp. ousrtcr of miUion <*- !" correspondent. 0 lf a Chechelkina.' rorps which is raw lnvestlg"atlng 11 I, hl !*? uld '5j2 *? !?!?£ %  J!! 'e"lf-^> were cvacuatad from Communist acllvll)during the "^.Jf^'.rf^h "i?,. So S ul '-"?" "" %  profrainma week, of Rad occupation. DO ££ 0 V" d •"*' ^^ '" J£? S^L^Jg^JSS '. P" l5 n ^^ lht bl M ^ ,Uck w, ch There Is nothing harder to come ^Thfj hwiaawUa 1 not unique, the homes of PresWent Synaman : have been more or less regular features of ;-y in Seoul during these flrat two The North Korean reglm* In Seoul Rhee, Ami1can Amtwaandor tvaefef followfng the eltyV llberamade no apparent atteeapt to proJohn J Muocio and others lor uon than cceinnned etaliatk-r. But vide seme auilable dJatnlnrtion of CommunLit dignitarlea. Amertean officials In the South the war-llmiird E ^ 7 rnake "ttw Wsam all >'fl % %  %  ..-> i^UaL ..'*. _trta. Lsa^a. -.cour.'., are ajosefl %  ; tng (l ^o>u> f*%.u se — leader hair) n Here are aome other South -he aitlre period of Coron-.o.i)st Sun I ^t ha stayed there only Korean ntltnates of the work occupation ao the people ouldn't D ce on hie single visit to Seoul, wrought by the Communist even draw on their savings to so report! aay. sword: help. Muccio s residence has a sign on Twenty thousand Seoul real.. „ „ ... "*••.*•< for No. 4 men," but dents tailed South Korean Home Minister apparently had never been lived Thirty thousand daported to Chou h ^yoag Ok said: in although some articles had been North Korea "The Communlstj threw away a stolen. great opportunity to win symAs In Naal-occupied lands where More than iO.000 young Kirean pathy for their cause when they the heavy knock of the Ceetapo men sumrrarily taken into the made no effort to feed the popubecame a dreaded sound in the North Korean army or into work lace. nigtht, ao In Seoul Communist-run brigades-and lh.it Is the figure "Even persons who welcomed police usually made their rounds (or Seoul alone. the Communist victory soon felt when people slept. Although the Communist party otherwise when their stomachs Not uncommonly these police had been outlawed In South were empty. Under the wjgrsl would htlp themselves to radios, Korea, the North Koreans found days of Japanese rule there wea Jewelry and other valuables in an underground organization of much more to eat than during the course of their searches. 30.000 Communists ready to serve those 90 days." But perhaps the greatest loss of iriem In the capital city, accordBesides rice warehouses, the property came from small gangs ing to counter-intelligence corps North Korean regime confiscated of thieves which nourished piirligures. all warehouse stocks of clothing licularl) when people would go The North Korean functionaries and Issued coupons only to to the air-raid shelters who flocked to Seoul and filled selected Conununlst members at Some jailbirds were taken into such hotels as the chosen party special prices, tn Use case of the North Korean army but most lo capacity, and trusted Seoul rice, the price to Communist of the 9,000 inmates were given Communists benefited from the members In good standing was liberty to roam the city at will occupation. 500 won per measure. deapite their records of crime They received special tickets In the middle of July, the gov— I.N.S But this sort of thing is very mild In coma 0 ^2^^ r tMoscov/ s Radio in the past two or three vears. r *•; v ha.s r en uo re*', a Utz tne sada* change in propaganda tactics. But the tactics have changed.: —LN.S. 1,250 MILE WALK WREXHAM, England. Leonard Mackreth. 46-year-old Flintshire Jairyman, has just started out on his longest -ound — a 1.250 mile walk to Rome as a Holy Year pilgrim. Mackreth said: "I hope to reach Rome by December 22. "I am going through Belgium, Luxembourg ind Switzerland." Mackreth's target is 2tt miles a day. —I.NA OIH HKAIM 1LS SAV : Defence The Editor. The Adeoeaie, SIEs—Reading of atrocities on American soldiers. Communucn ate.. I think everyone should feel •ery concerned over the situation, and our one aim should be Is preserve peace Civilised nations must hold tojretheand work in unity. Churches must have revivals, more employment Agencies must be opened up, and here in Barbados we must set our own house In order. The Tounlrics boasting high civilisation must not let themselves down by lack of charity tn their own homes Deviation from %  hose things th*t preserve a nation, will indirectly aid communism, The remedy lies within ourselves. 1*1 us strengthc t our aide. DatSPCe programimwould also help Barbados and her unrmplovment problem. COhCESNED CITIZEN. Behinil Timv The Edirrn-, The Edvncate SIR, -I read your article about the lack of observation of time in Barbados, .ind thishould be remedied As one who has travelled, I find that knowing the time helps to get one ahead. It seems a big joke with some people even to enquire the time. In Barbados "they have the world of time". Closing of shop doors have also increased this disrespect of valuable time Unless Barbados gets busy and scraps her backward habits, she will be another 100 years behind "Tiino'. LOOK AHEAD. breads discontent, and stifles our true feelings. Here Is where the enemy gets headway. Get busy, let us save our flag! AMERICAN SYMPATHISER No iinp. dear maafsr. can cure taa Which tytrjwMn our KIIO -I hewst am Tin nastS for a balmr Haan intf mind la %  mu UM rsFmady you ihmiid am) If lova foe hala you wouio inlarRace Separation In South Africa Jfotar To the Editor. The Adrocate— ata. •TUB nrarnlns braaka. Wa *tua( to aefcool |0, Halfai-. are mar and rdratura'a Boa*. Now face w the mailer. coM ant atern, Bteea'4 with (a< leaa b.-ain than Man. Wh do wa fastr to ant^r tha roomT Our nrmanU are Ud> m can ba. Tha book*, though few. are sood aad To (he Editor. The Advocate, SIR.—I am shocked at the terrible atrocities which American boys are undergoing as America has been a friend and helper to all nations. This cruelty should be checked by condemnation of rvcry country in protest Lack of patriotism which fosters gratitude, is the outstanding cause, and American and British countries have lacked a showing of their pride in their countries and great deeds. Even here in Barbados, we could be more patriotic. By loving our country, we will take care of our own. Neglect of this dutysay, what ia lhara Ihai alwuld huwlar rT Prayer* hava bean uid and aamaa are tahan, Faith in our achool remain. v aaabaB, But lo' tha mailer atarwla; llatan ye. Sir Oracla aa.iafcj aa conda* wa aaa; Boyi. I'll ba damned U thaaa aSfdaa remain. rtcport after ri>ait all aay tha aaatst. The wfvk m achool la far below atraadard Taachlna todaz U not in lha vansuara hW dealt a n oiurtfsjui Hn". aay* a boy (ram ahoaa. OUT bnaae leal r nuu rteht down taa nolldavi be a intilonair our v,. U in meat ihii ich aivcall.P. "*Ui ominnu. batalnd phj mce and world heel ,L"V'^--;-" W1TH INTERNATIONAL PAINTS and get QUALITY with ECONOMY A PALNT FOR EACH JOB A JOB WELL !KNK BY EACH PAINT. SEE US AMD K IrJTtRNATIONAl lA COSTA A .. I.TW-.AGENTS. r i0sa>86o o >o oaa 5a^ OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO UPHOLSTERERS i:\ ONLY fin: III:ST i.\ MC.YrilKK I LOTH WILL HO Ask foi "ARL1NGHIDE LEATHER CLOTH" AX .'ft.'. EXTRA ISi --EA'. HEAVY AND 'afi. j... is i" III S SEATS AND I AIIS Your Inspection Invited &f DA COSTA & .. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. r\LL THAT IS BEST II J? OFFER TO-DAY HERE'S THE LIST!! SPECIALS Kola Tonie. I1.M per battle Bleak and KMaey, 42e. per tin. SulUiu ruddinas. tBc. per tin. Skoulders of Lamb. Me per 'b Rabins ice. per lb A RUM PUNCH HAMS & BUTTER Australian l % %  Hams Danish Tin Hams. 2 lbs. and IS lbs Table Butter In Package Table BtiUrr In Tin TEA, BISCUITS & CHEESE Choree lips Te*. Ce~r (hoeuUte BisruiU Cans Creaa. Btwuito NiW Zetland Un-t-sf GODDARDS taat's hellrr with (.OI.Ii BRAID BUM. Order a bottle to-day



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ran "I FRIDAY. OCTOBER tl, 1M •sAfiftADOS ADVOCATC f ACE PIVK House. Shop \ Damctgerl By Fire Tu! out \jy 'TW BDCGnMOH \ gave showi at :>. t n se da y. The subject of ll m boys w "Roots ji u ih,r. for the girls H The Hutu* Fly'. an ththouse fly "pe. B OIS at Ihe A %  nltrested in boxing. punching bag has aliead beer. mltulleo ci boxer is doing toe instructing. Advocate" WM told yesterday u *tcr of the School has displayed great interest and it it hoped that the boxing wdi be i success Evenings for training are Wednesdays aodJndays. TMlfc BAXTERS BRIDGE at St. Andrew we* damaged during the heavy iiuit on Sunday *btMftt cannot pas** over ihc bridgv and passengers gat oH at one emi to be transferred to s 'bue. T -.rm-DAT ESTCK|lAY rum iMKASVMitx m tnw Ifctase Enlarging Forbidden IN HOUSING SCHEME IF AN • IBM un.< %  %  irutnict* tlii StoUeR Bon Xnias Trees Galore STORES have a big supply of this year. There null imported tree* at arhkfi am made local*, nod there is a big supply of toys to go with ihem By thin time In December many hornet will be a-spurklc %  decorated imitation fir ireee The "Advocate" yesterday visited Johnaon'a Stationery and a'\ and was told at both atoras that the supply of toy* this year U the biggest since pre-wat pie cat George Webst net' the mysterioui stone throwing' 10 I.ut ndin there was none. re : Isalene Webster, daughter of | ^JT_^r h ,_ w,u 1 c ?. tlo, "' i **~& isi thine ._.: %  -i of TomBmT FILL HER UP WITH SMILES A MOTORIST drives up to Service Station and an attendant wipes off hit windacreen and then politely auks him. what can be done (or him, checks the car, the distilled water in hi* battery, ami inc. putt In the amount of gag ordered, ~~" Ti %  ar. — • --, laveryday occarreiue [a Barbados lffOtOri8t fraught /And 11 ronm_rreni a well thuugii George Welter, told the Adeo-1 ar-iaon *. there age not only eata yiMterday that the inrldentt' rucir ; ,"' %  r '" rt u> > l'**' !" balls rumoured by the people air imjf*J 25 !" """ Th, rp l a !" W true. She Mid that *h has never *^en alone ihiovunx di day. No pots, tables. gi.isMK or lamps were jumping around or never did. She also said thai it U not true that an axe run a man up a b. "It if come of the people that giilhrr around the house at night that are responsible (or the btoiio throwing rtnd we would like the I help us", said lsalet %  t*i for himself Then, at Johnson s Stationery. there arttoys like n miniature sew mill factory, Bnd a i .••t. the latter equipped with test tubo*. rttot At Harrison'a the Advocate" way told that although the atort li full of toys at present, more are awaiting delivery nroifl Wtva* houses and more are on th %  l ir.at ii Wednes• a crowd of pi rounded her father's house saying that a spirit was inside it Her foiher opened the front door and allowed them to come in .mil have a look. After seeing nothing they soon afterward* walked away. Earlier (his week Guurgc Webster reported to the ? %  >; k number of people were ajtsembltng before his house ant il it lie later md> another icpori and said th*t vorrething hnd struck ihe house but ho did not see what H T HE MOBILF. give a show at CIM \l\ will %  i*ha Agricultural SUtion Yard, 81. Philip,, to-night at "30 o'clock T BS t'OUOF BAND will play at Homings Roekt at 8 o'rlorlt to-night. Thli is one of their u<,u'.I fur'mfihtly concerts. "Cyril E. Smith" Under Young Skipper THE 35-ton schooner "Cyril E. Smith" arrived at Barbados yeatorday under one of the youngest sklppi steer a v-ocMi into BrideU>wn Tlia mauler waa 21-year-old 'i Herman Ash ton, who him had via years' sea experience. From a schooib^, Asnton be; i'iy nuvigdUun with Ins brother Captain KeUer who l now skipper o,' the motor vessel "Lady Patricia.'' After he left school he startiman's career. He |atned the "LoUte H" ,, It • :.s not long after tins that he was promoted to sailing S VBIL GRIFFITH of Bank Hull master of the schooner "Frankreported to the PoJire that '>*n D. It 165 In canfi and a gold chain! He spent sonic time In St valued .V *ad from a Vi!*ce!it working as a mote oi* a 'ounter at the Ideal Store on c !" *h launch before beconiing ..<> udw yf ihe 30-ton Seott, which poBKH'r URAMUE .-.' While entries an auaUierv ensflB*. "X. P^rlt ROH;| .*rw>M(wi tV,.t a /IH"' '*1 *> V . io ...i.. waa the moto. -ar M 22|^ wnilet j: 1 * r oT \ he "•~Z ni .* Smitn RnaH This trip from St. Vincent ** i parked at Wnite Park Road along Bay S'reet Road, p.c 441 Jones also ace onpanled him. They stooo t ooul 110 yards away irom each oth,-r und this was measured by a tape. Hu had stop watch No 21 and Jones stop watch No 20. There was a b!u*> chalk line drawn across the road M was the trap. 11 saw • lorry T-176 proceeding to Bridgetown and it appeared to be exceeding the spoed limit which is 15 miles per how oi'i • % %  When the from wheel of the lony touched the blue line he start-d his watch to work *nd then walked to .'ones. He met him in the trap and they compared fhet walrhes N,. 20 watch read 3 seconds and No. 21 51 seconds. Asked by Sgt Forde whether they could have made a mistak* checking the speed of the loriy. Cpl. Jones said that it was unlikely tor hun to do such a thing at lie had 12 years' experience In •peeds. Gibbs in making his defence •aid Hurt he was the driver of the motor lorry that day. He said that there wai much traffic bfl mo road so 'ne was forced to driveslowly, l'e could not say what peed he waa gelr,* at a* the lorry hadi. h a speedometer. M .st Rainfull sterday RMU fell every day thU week in P'I the districts of the island. ihe weather broke suddenly on Sunday at a.out 12.10 p.m. with flashes of lightning and thunder accompanying the heavy showers. Over two inches of rain were recorded in the St. James, St. Philip. St. Peter and St. John areas On Monday the rain still continued to fall, but not as heavily as Sunday and everyone was DOtiead going around with their' rain coats. Boarded Hall received the heaviest rainfall of 24 parts. Tuesday and Wednesday were comparatively dry days and all over the country farmers were engaged In ploughing the soil and planting crops. Although many farmers have complained of the gradual denudatiim of the sol) by the rain, the majority are still looking forwur I to some good crops. The St Pctcr distrlct had 03 part-; of rain on Tuesday while on Wednesday Holetown received 37 parts. Yesterday was mainly bright but in the numing there were some slight showers. Up to 3 p.m District "B" Boarded Hall had the highest fall of 17 parts which f*-ll early In the morning. out plan to give the motorist bet[ier service I This very weal tion Salesmen air Dving trained a. the State Serviccntei. Poeourt. Street. When the Advocate >'t*lu-j the I. -., tc—.-(center yesterday. Mr. , 1 was comIuTirnar--__^y > Dd s*r.-lee trunr^nssatbe hydrometer aud voltage teats and undcr-hood liawtseUee The course ends this week nnd has been in progress Since October It The nation salcftinen have learnt to operate hydraulic MCIUV remove and mount car wheels, repair car tube*. Ihc-. dismounted cat tubes and mounted thorn again They leaml how to give quick and I'tonCon to a radiator as well as manning a gieose gun and giving a ear the works On the theoretical aide they the characteristics and qualities of gasolene, the theory of sales and service and the mti-irtnnce on salon of the keeping of clean driveways, clean restrnoms clean salesrooms and clean pump islands. In other words, when one drives up to a service station end saye '•fltt her up'* he gats gas and exit: rt service *t w ell. B.G. Gold Mine Shuts GEORGETOWN, Oct. 25. The decline in the exchange value of gold in terms ot wages end commodities coupled with legislative control on sales continues lo have an adverse effect mining interests in Hmtsh .here the Anaconda Company, big concession holders recently ceased operations. In a letter appearing In to-dayv Dally riueatele an* wntlen from Aurora landin,.'. Manager Frank Buckle o' Cnyjni GoMAi lied, a Can'an leern r* "whatever r-a. ~ hV..l b Jtt International Moneury Fund may ve for recommending against an crease in the official price of gold, (as they did again recently,) It la clear that little consideration has been given lo the very large increase in the cost of producing gold, or expressed another way to Ihe severe decline in the a> hacifra value of aoht la terms <>t rti>Rei niKl commodities" If producer* of gold in BrtthUl [pped bullion to New Tdrfc f"r ,ale at the official price of S35 US. currency they will net approximately SS9 II W I per fine ounce after royalty and all shipping charges. They are forbidden by Government regulations to export gold for sale to other than official buyers at a fixed price If they %  rage permitted to sell their gold ic a free market they would ncl U-twocn 70 and ** (BW.I) pei not ource". —Can. Pre**. $35 FOR TW1 DEAD PELICA \S %  %  Tannts ai %  %  -span -atsj* AUre.1 ft svirber %  I %  rfi Offlee %  • %  \ id tw pebcan^ .. .( captured. Sonwiim, .-•,-, t^iic ronstoU* boarded llu ineaUgaie the rej before th kJeJttHi U corpora -n Ix s o on him Id w. %  ofwted id SUGAR WORKERS STRIKE %  i ttljr t^' it* h-a sskSBBasBsn*. eassrssial %  %  %  ii -.t ifiM try to %  rout rhi-oe reais ac> %  reetdants -> told .lur rape. t>.at they [ r re quite p!c:ae days. Trim an r coaU of red paint along with the i kitchen gardens, the rt houses In th* area present a plei.-dng pfcne travels alon;: 'i vela Water Part In tile devaloped, water, toilet and bath having b-en installed on "eeh househohler's area. There itrit llghtmn along the gtreafj am. aevernl .•( th*oceuniers have tns'tdled this lighting in their home* as well. Already there Is a pin' tng Meld and there is the likelihood that a pavilion will be erected Th'.rr mrv three kinds of buildings in the district One consists of a bouse nn<.< kitchen: anether I house and shed roof froni eud to, l-ta end. and the othei. two hous and $**' '% I kitchen, the front house being J •". P ' ESrsnfwJri; 8 rtth hig famliv !'" "^•'ve this lumour. UoansAa %  but iiaiiwT ihWr^i* agreement which operates, he *s v VI.. *.* \N POKTOF-fc UN. Only a few of the 400 arkei %  Sugar ftaUitca L. ,1, %  'ii vork earl th. •Mtthi The workers sinicn iai Tfcu!> day because of a dispute regeun ing tea increeiit' In the %  %  < UM Sue of work given t< i • so ment. The %  m The v.._ ed to be-bock day. 'ttii' aRElLLY IS GRAS'Q INSPECTOR iTl-Qin Oiir Own CnirNpwSiJj rr.itr OF-SP;JH Mr Guy O'Reilly. Kf;3 been appoint, 1 1 .%VV.V.V."ii %  ~' F w,s T a a %  w %  e e *.. %  m m a a .,-.-0Q^ DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!! CREY FLANNEL PANTS >t $14.00 und $15.40 pair GREY WORSTED •t 118.00 pair WHITE LINEN •t $11.59 pair WHITE A KHAKI DRILL at $8.47 pair HARRISON'S-**** ST. £oL ISS4 DECORATIONS AT I WEATHERHEAD'X \. liable to mke any addltd complained thjit during the rainy weather the water found Its way Into the house along the sides and m.de lui family van ancomnwi ai-lc. He attributed tlvit ui inui wockmanshlp Anothehe made Is thU the at an tw* far away In the yard building. "It should uivc licrr. near the kitchen." he said, "so thai o whan rain falls one ar iuM not \ necessarily have to get wet if he \ his to gel water." Mire-Parchaae S>at m The Deacon's Road Housing S(.rienio was the Rl Ml. aie paid roi -n the lir-pm-chase TTTJ ,". systtm. The first kind of house 15 mentioned Is at 2s. per week ar ( a two at i. per wee*. Each householder pay^ ntfpenrc tow*r-i%  iaA The purchase aareement extends over a period of 20 year*, but one can get possession of hrs house In 10 years If he la able to pay for It In 'hat gfena. In no ease • ran he get possession earliei. This \ i a .u made, it was Learnt, to prevent outsiders from < nmlng In and profiteering to the posslble of the householder. I Cost of the smaller nous, i. f. 104. Ihs others £isa. The scheme was start'M In 19380 so that thone who have been %  iiul.irly have now paid down half of the house's value. r %  |V^^^^-*^V^2<^J^^VJjyJSchooner Off THE .chooner naiiu.u, well known in the rice I 'adc between British Guiana and Barbados, %  vill hardly be calling al Barbados within the next fve months The irhooner is undergoing exarariee repairs In Rriiisi Guiana. I,c Advoesjie was Informed yesterday. %  venal the MaaeaU left HarbaCm for I'.riiish Guiana M it was taken on dry doc ill bottom repaired. Its former skipper 1 :;ow skipper of the I HgsJak "— Tl—, A| H Trnatl •• n %  •,, xa*i rm T!„ W I IS tlaan * %  T*IblaHr-f OfeSM hair. L."Wt ttt '"*" %  -• %  sin I P IU ' *"' %  *" %  paacaa reaai a u uv W U, (vK.m.1, fv|, .) To mflaVFJ*£Y0ury Dish really taity^ma nmmm\ uMITED MARMITE The Vitamin £ Yvast Foodf Mfcde in Kngland ... July fit lo ha ::4 Almandoz Succeetia Tanf r TbrVT-OF-SPAIN. Oct 23 Alderman Aubrey Andre Almandor who succeed* Mayor Norman Tang as Mayor of Portof-Spaln. Mr. Almandoz has been a member of the City Council for Flour, Meal Come TWO THOUSAND bags of .vheut flour and 2,000 baws of ornmeal from New Orleans were landed here yeg*grda t,\ ti Hi rwegdan si..ni-hn 1 "Gefnirv The flour was consigned ro Messrs Hull ft Alii wl.il, the dniimeal come to Messrs Da Costa A Co., Ltd, t)ther cargo of the "Geirulv* 1 included com starch from New An < r ** Orisans and confectior.;r> ... coffee beans ftom Jamaica The "fleirulv" left port la**. night for British Guiana Its agents here -r Messrs. Rober'. Thorn Ltd. v I'M J l\ mm, SPECIAL FOR TO-DAY!! SOURSOP CREAM No. I nttOAII STRF.FT Dial 3gG A REAL DELIGHT!! • PHOENIX SODA FOUNTAIN KXMGBTS tin. < IF YOU ARE MAKING YOUR OWN CAKE — WE OFFER Chocolate Cake Mix Per I'bt Vanilla Cake Mix Per PI". Orange Cake Mix Per Pkt flinger Mix Per Pkt Wix Per Pkt. Apples Per lb hmall"w—g ot Boxes: Marahmallows-4 lb. Tins Little Miss Mu.Tct Jullkct^ Per Bet Steak Pudding 1 lb. Tin Spaghetti in Tomato Saute With Cheese "COCKADE" HNE RUM Firewo' s in 4 Sizes including Bomb:!, Starlights and P* 3 ,ry Matches Etc. 4c 6c, 10c, 20c CAVE SHEPHERD Co, Ltd 10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Sweat m i m:\TiH.\S! FAITOKY MArVAQBUS %  GALVANISED & P.,.>[ STEAM to. un*ards Pflrl MILD STEEL ni. Kaaaaa. ^.iu.r tn ah a&na BOLTS & NUTS—All SbM FILTER CLOTH%  White Colton Twill • %  tn. il... BAHBAMIS ttHXBBi Ltd. st ixst tilt SHUT A to., i.n oo M eoat 1 f a*ws



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1*5* A breath of England comes to you with these toilet articles for men. The unforgettable fragrance of M'tcham Lavender from Surrey lanes... captured by Potter and Moore with a process of distillation perfected over two hundred years. MITCHAM LAVEMEI LAVINOfft WATtB | TALCUM M)*W TOH.tr SOA" I SHAVING SOA *n.LiANtiNt ] taoziN eeiiUAnre Am.SMAi LOTION On SU at BOOKERS (B'do.) D,u, Store, Sore Mouth Loose Bloody Tooth IHllig 0mi. Hot. Mouth And Uoooo TWth mean that *ou have Pyorrhaa. Tunch Mouth or paHtapa eottw bad dtaaaeo (hat wll; aooner or later cauar nmr laath i. fall uul and mar alao caiw Ithcumallon • .id HMD Troubla. AiKMia rtopa "• M~*ini h* llrat day, nda aore nwwn .ir.l .(ukkly tlhuni Ih. ta-ih Irvn rlad Amoian mull make tour ." T,...l Knit Cough Relief! Bach toothing "d delicious VkK* Cough Drop moJK^-s afcy, irritated throat ajMnbteiuafotUto 15 full minutes. ,ei FRESH 01 >n TOMATO SAUCE A, a BRYDEN & SONS — in 14 days! Attar irsi, on 1,384 women lor 11 days 39 doctors (including leadfeuj -.kin s pt'ciali?!*)report llut ifar "Palmolive Beauty UriMi hi .i drlinit'', noli, i-.jhlr uBuroveaMnI in tho COTODleXionjI it '2 uomrn out ol ;;. Definite, nmkaiMu improve III.-IIH were:— Skin ha ally Laav coarw .... fwrt ,WtmUh---'j 00**"'J *** f,e*.' JOINT AND IWUSCLfe PAINS May mean k.cJn*y trouble A function of ttc kidnoye la to v "-...iifuluupuntxafriMB die ijwm. If the kwJneyh jrww tiugtjuafc, I h U P jpiparitoe* accuav ul-ha mod wetfe And oileo btmxM a canee of pain ia joiota ud muaUcr The wa/ to tackle the tumble ia to help tho kidneys. Id be tined up w.th Piita. the ra edl ci e a haw* a aecthing, a. ... %  '.•> actiaaen I the" j..., (hen. %  back to pcrfori* u*.-> Jafcj al %  foiKtinn properly.. Tbie enaU tried uM'tuic ia %  •.I.I all o**t \j ibe wu-id aae* we h**e na, •%  lettMS (teas utforae tduoc ^ of reL• ed in 14 day! Ul yi-ii have to do ib what theaa wom-n did: fxfisf ifee "PabnoUv* Beauty Plan." Start today. Il'i *o tiniplI / ITaafc vourftm wiA Palmolii* Soap. 2 Mitvagr Ut rich. 9H1—0U fatter into yur ihn for vr\* full mi null. 3 K.W. li, ait ;..r 14 daye u d %  tint Lbs '• IVunoSiv*. Bopty Phn B tho jaw ny to keep that Seh.lgirl Compl KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION Get These TO-BAY Tlaa OAT MEAL UPTOIPg lOITFt. MINCING LAY NK 'J-OfTKB .. PaMluWa •.— KUWV0f(m SCOTCH BROTH HEAT aovr .. LXUTS OOLDKN %  TBCF S.'.iri'D PEANCTI BM. tBn SAKOWICB SPKKAO .. rANISM QTJBGa OIJTK8 Crmu BUrir(n4l oimiiE rowDr.it Crww a Mukwill .H KTAIL ONIONS • in %  -At oa ! %  -. 1. aiam !• cxriisrsG IiNCE&C^Ltd. 0 viui II tuck Strnt



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FRIIIAY. OCTOBER 27, IMP CLASSIFIED ADS. Gov,.T ri e 8 T o mcpoN£ Muzzle Butlrr Party Claim Buttenlei BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN DIM) IM III II NOTICES -HSU'IUM %  Stair a Hiitdaburv Boad. **l. IsMt iMa-M llrr Lit. What* Mr Ula IMMMPTI orlk in. fon lor Wmttiti Cam-rv md invlt*d War-i -a Yorki. Da Tudor r It FOB Ba%EJ m ALTOAIOTIVK CA~On* T r i m Fort ear W H P lW maS al N*w tryra. mite*** IJ.. ill*nt vwidlllon Anpl> Koarrl Kins hir* Sprtna. Ill Tr>nm_t Nona rruitful Htll Howl laadlna; W C* (.mil in ih* parun af Si Jowpd ck>M until furthar nolle*. .! %  > Cora... BE Bttf stW*BM M .Ba*BftBB*S, cla-a* until furth*r nolle* Th*a* rua Uvr bom .a* >. %  Cyllndor Ch*vra..NOTICE la htnOy alvan thai II It I of th* V— B| •>( the pariah ol Saint Mich**l tu cauaa 10 b* Intro-tut ad i> Ho...* of Aoambly of Ihka laland a B authoriuno iha aald Vaatn to ian loan not ; %  !.1* CXMO to rarl t i"""-"v. oa> to ta.ua I ontBioroca m %  aafalialiad Maff ol I f£J >p,, XT lu SO I f 1 CAR lord Prater t 10 II I' Oooa iTJat miloa. Apply: Harold WaaiharMM C/o Inin Waatharhead Lid I II ( IRK Al, nxnUOKIIATOII—CeM-pot H.frL**ralor C c loo* in working order, son la wan at Brentrr. Trolman Co HIT HPM M 10 t Sn MlSCtl.LANKOL'N Apple* Hal 411 l> S In (-IIUJ1IIE.N 1 |l M -ai-h 9 DROAm IIAIN COATS In PI i* H- S3 M AY DREAR SHOP CBATEB ONIOHH B l>*laa Chou-o PoUtoaa Harold 1-nivr.t" CO ItM at lift, 1) 10 Id—Sn HAND EMBROIDERY | COM* to Qunn'i Park Houa* and a** th* ARTS CRAFTS Eahltrltlon ol Kmbroldat? %  % % %  %  Manta* OataWr U U Bat a rear Oaf bar tl Inrla.l.. f.aa. | a.a. U Ml p.a. dally AdMlaakta SS. Antrim for aakt and Urdeia la Ken tl MM—4*. iIAXK.1— Fathsr XmiMaak'. M.,nkr ra Maaka. Diving Maaka. Mlckr' mat Baloon.. only a Limited Quar.tlU %  hee* Stanway Star*. I..10 Straat SB 10 90 -Sn i \a PrUDMUIbK COOKERS Lara* and — rtav* ihjrn John F Hutaon IT M SO--In WINDOW*. AND DOOM—At loaf Many prop.* ar* barvefUlns by a .artiwlloei of HI on Iha aoal of thatr window. and doon bull) by L a |l Mlllare* up-io-v*.-.!* Machlnrd Wood Worka Dial tltl, I. A II MilW. B**d 5Mr**4. City 17 !tf M Si. TTBICBS—(ton Twhundrtd Pnp> la. Tlarcaa Can bo aaen at tha Hobana' Manufacturing. Co. Ltd Oovrn.manl 1(111 M ro SO—4n F^t 1 : STOWf Ina almantt th* flrat to b* rapald In IfdB and tha rainalndi In rejual annual InataUnanU or CSM ... Uwa month of Dacombar with Intnaat at ft pa* c*nt UD par annum out „ th* ralan of th* aald pariah until paid C RBDMAN. Clarh. m Mlchaal-i V*atr< M %  •.M—Sn NOTICE %  H HlfUV GIVEN thai |( >. .M Inlcniion of tha Vaatry of |h* partH of 81 Lucy In thla lalajul lo caual t^ ba Introdurad into th* L*gi*i>Uin of Ihla UUnd a Rill fat axnand Jit fa^T* hSTj lB *' b *< "" * AC ltd* H"aa-i aulhortilng (ha lid Vaatry. If !!* ah-il think It Ttataai M OrtobV CAHRDfOTON 41 SBALY •ollrllor. for th* Vaati, of lha pariah of Saint Lucy in thlt laland NOTICE PABIM OP BT PETER rpplleaUona ara tnvi(*d for 0>i omr* of Parochial Maoici) offltwi for tha Pariah of Bt Patrr A[pllcanla mual ba reglilannl Mad: cai prartliioner*. Salary I* (M0 M par month plui 00 90 for th* V D C'lnw i Th* appointment anil taka plac from Mth March IM1 3 Application! atatlnf a|e and qualification! afar, murt ba forwardad •o U"* undaraianad by January For furthar panic 11 Ian apply to ina undaralcnad al tha ofne. du_ na#:T'IHOI from 10 00 am. to 3 00 from 10 c a roKBiN Vaatry Clark, SI Patar ai 10.SO— Itn BUNOAI-OW-Nawly hulM atana Ea." catow at Uayrtlta Baad. eaanar of Oin.1 Oap. APV: r>cr*T. OlMi Gap. or TalaohoiM '111 n •>H NOTICE •WJC la haraby notlAad If imbac I at th* admkalun -i.-aru an Haatlup. Hu~, 1 paaw* uanaad of .! %  pane* '. %  >• U--I ""i.e.. Pa, tha *mfnf|-a liocki C'ta* M :r* i, Gap BRAMBlJTl* Wat-rfard Mtehaal IVon Nnvamoar HL IUIIV fumiUvon rraldarxa Par DarucuUra ttm %  tni a* IB.Wi.f.ni OLBKDALB--Uopar Whita J-atk. con. talm ) fladroi .-<>. Drawhut. aitu IMiitnr, Rnorrai ate alto Gnr*|> Kent BK par inomh AanUabl* ivi No*m*>*r Arpiy on praouwa tB 10 Ka-%  >. riKLD -On Crane Coaal F-illv rurtitihed Prom Dacambaa. Phon* BBBft, Mr,. A D. Hart-rt SB. 10 M-n ~KlioMCrUXY--*no, from >.-.! Io"i>an Pl).i^ 3M0. ST.Id B-un. "mm One ip-cn.uvfnf* iltua'rO in Marhlli Sirvat wp^.:u D M Slmt-.-n Co Apyry W B lll-hliiati in Co Otal MM B H ro' %  TRTJ^WNY-On naahngi MUh Bo*d. 3 badroama **Gt< with man Ina* walar tt*ial puhUc ni.r. Phon* 3MI PI.!• 6In I'FH.SO.'SAL Tho oublU ara Haraby aramad Miann *Jvm* rraalU la any poraoi, or praaona **omaoavaY. In tn.. ruuna * 1 do no* hold tr..*m raaponalb> for anyotir eo trcctlnaj any dabl or daartv In B nai unlaai by a wrlltan onio* ^ttftH-d oy n. •taxi K13*PTON QrOTAVB*. B lrtchtoi>. !)1*ck Beck NOTICE ALL necounu and Hill* DadkU Plantation Parana aa ".mi" ikt •arawall Pliiitatlii WAITED HKl.r" JlINIOfc B-MJ3.MAN Mu.l hav. %  n ljc.niAi.1,1pi I. La] .9p.a VCrtrNG WOMANAafa l*--al k7 hataclf Baii-raJly narful In tha •'4*p . ood Waco*. Mine *** vciUM; MAN OR COVPLE IntaraMTd it h-ital drvnloprnrnt (bul c-bportiniHy :r.Mittkr parann Haply PO Boa Elt n ic M Bh MISCKi,LANEOUS HAHHrjts ci'AiR tn Good Order Rila-ntly 0,1,1 of Hapalr C FlCfrapolnta. Stanaray 8or, Locaa St Dial JfL %  ' P*-*I BOXEK — All kind, of Car4 Uoaid I Boa> Whrr than corruaa'4 card. i %  Vpny Ad.cola Blndbaj Dapt. Bt.ll.M-1 t.a. Ml-hwi 3d 10. to—tn. PIRIH SA3.KS Ladjea fa GnntlorrMni to know that ** n>ah* all tvpa> of UArUOfrfTS at raaan. ak-la pr'c-i l..ijf.n r*u,.H, Tailur A O GALL •> CO.. Coniar Pw lload, Ulaf JIM 3: %  ) so -?n AUCTION WDCR THE IVORY HAMMER •rioalvaal 1 will MB r> i.l, .' Maaara Pta*> taUani Maf.,~~ HOT." oppaflM Majaara. r oia ^., , Ba*. Dark C^alalBuRar BDfOBR TIBEAJiCB MAOflM. 'r. snnal uotalNraR, Paon* 3HT0 or ?fl IT • in I CIRCltAS \TNCTNT anirriTH Auc'ioaaar RKAL ESTATE -kCON MID*' altuata M Shi llail naai Yacht Cluh, Vpuar Bay SI -iandna on 7.M* aquara fact of Mnd The honaa contntna '.pan apllari. Vln. d-awin ar-1 dlnln* room*, two a:tcrwtarta and mual il om raom awl i.r^ca In )M InapocHci" avanr day laawcpt BuodA*' t*t.**n 4 and S P m err to* appdlntn.ant. dial SfOt Tha abo*a> will be ml up fur tiaM at public cotnpat'tlnn al our offbra '*> Luaai Si on Pno al 1 p.tn. rARHINOTOM ft 4PA1.Y ftoUrWofl By I*. J p I •n VtcTi.V BM % %  .•rl 1 Mi"u"J ConiluUon Road •* %  I'Jiltd twniaa on rlht I'ami %  •Jnf tbr. Par* laavlii, Brld Cootprlatrj qpaii Varon* U an" Dlnlnc roo.--* t*n Bad.-ooeoa; Kuehan, Toilal Oah." Draartna and Dtnine : OK Kui' out oftV-c. rr i\artha part'ciiJbra and Conditlona at Pal* App!> t: nVTCTTtrlSON A BANPIELD Jamai Bt :: iu v —*. wmrr OTUITO BBnrfBaW I IMTTY-D BAMIADOB '! %  •• %  ifru conroiATtoN LTD. • Kl „ ItARBADOS CO"*Pi TiVKCOTTOW PAr-TOJtV a %  •nMlltlnn : |h* rc'ii. ur,darian*d on I';da> w \ \t* "T day il M I p.m. CABfaCfaTOK *• KKAI-Y, Iuca> Straai ; %  %  %  Thr-Muri-.ni*. oi '.. icr* .rf Ut arhft %  at ITann> Brl .! plcl-fly dcalru.ved tw firn Tundny. ITU] October, IS JoncB Land. lilach Rock, — -—_3t Mlf-hui. 9. tM i... PEAS FKIENKS & PATEOrTB, Yuu mujt hav heard that LOWER Laundry WEE comire im 1930. I ra.net that the IOBC incurred tn clothing and eqiUpmenl is fr twyonri my caaectty to pay. and I now mfc yr>ur sympathy. I shall tie reltiniinff to l)iijitf-iH u aion n flip murNnerY which Is rxtenalvely damaaed can be repaired, and al ur^twnt I am wtrfhin At the Mbovo addrcsa. Yours respectfully, RALPH 0 LOWF. 14.10-W-to. IPYOTO Our Own Corrnpondmi PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. 23. The Butlerite party is indignant over the results of the election to the Executive Council Patty members claim thai the affair was planned by the Government in order to "rr.uule the Butler Party" They claim that within the next two years tnat there was bound to be another gtneral election when the Party would then have control of the Government Party members are busy dOBfEaBBj the effects of the OoVBfTVor'i speech on the party's policy. The main topic 11 the questim "Illation uf the oil and sujtar Industries, rue of the main plank* "f the Part> They claim that Govtrnmcnts statement I not conskt Nil with the Bntisn Labour Party's policy in tbfl tJi I cd Kingdom. They inland tc conununtcate with Mr. Clement A.Uev tc clear up the statement which they said was "m and affatnst Lubour Party Policy.'' MA1K NOTICES MAILS for SI Lucia by th* Sch Unllad Pllfrun will ba cloaad at lha Oanaral Poat OfBra aa undar:Pareal Mail al p m on lha ITUl OWaBBM HBE Eraixnad Mall al 10 a m on tha El Octobar IBM Ordinary Mail at 10 It am on law Parcel Mail at 4 00 p m on IM I Octobar. ISM Regutrrrd Mall al Mam on Ihi M Octobar: IBM Ordinary Mall at 10 IS a m. on tbi 21 October. IBM kAILA lor Vlnaant. Grenada Trinidad and Bnllah Guuina by th* S Lady Bodnay will b* rOaad al th. Ueneral Poat Offlca aa under: Psrcet and Rr|Ht*red Mall* HI* p m on the ITth Octobar HBO Ordinary Mall at 3 00 p m on I he T HARBOUR LOG la Carlisle Bay * LurlUa M Smith, farri BananwaC Gordon. Bat> cm E Bmllh. Sch Bufana D Sch Kvardana. Bah Mary B Caraaaaa. M V %  pa hmvaa S I'Miad Harrlat Waitia., It Vanaluitmsin SHIPPING NOTICES AEStVALB tap* Aahton. from El Vlneonl M V Monaka. 10B ton. o*t. Cawt. %  ' %  '" from Domuuoa B S Oaarulv. 1IM tona net. Cap) A-*le.aan from N*w Ort-ana Bfch ldalpha. SB ton* not. CaM Gumka. from fft. I.uef. BBPABTlEEw Scnoonar EmMiaa. Tl taata net. Cap! i. l-k for p.ituh Oulana • a Tapti. 4ll loo. nat Capt COP*., par Tnmii Alcoa Paawaui. S.ESi Mma nai for Hallfaa .' p, M ..a ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. ill IM. FBOM AMTwaar AXBTBBBAJB "a 1 "DELFT nth Slat Oasottae A Vaaaat EMI,. Octobar tot Novambar 'II IM. PBOM AMBTBBSIAJB • DOVER a> • fRANJEBTAD lOU. BwaamIAIAIM, to lawia*! iiIBIOITOWH. aa < ituu-nJAMU) O w l abac. 4,a iniTTicA" Mu> Qatobajr. 8AILLSU TO TUMBAB AND M ASACA1BO CfTT m 1 II EH* M*h Octobar •4II.IM1 TO MABBIBA. I-1.TMOUTB. ANT WEEP AJTB AMBTEBBABI 11 t -OnANJEbTAD" BRh Octabar • P HI aauN IO ia. LTB x.rv-r Moaaka" wu: will aceapt for St Lucia. Granada and Aruba Data of depart urwill b* n-tiaad. M.V. "Can! Carpa sad Pa ._ ntea. Antlfua. Moataamt NavU and Bt KltPJ will aaaaal ,ra f9d>d a a J a>a>a>a^ Ol II IIAIUIW \KI SI Mill at m and It Ktltfll ( K STREXT arfifi BW rimm*d tor >#€ A-l 1J# \Y, n i>it MONDAY A Tl'ESDAV 30th and list OCTOBBBHI B will be re-opaming on WEDNBHDAT IM November. Will our CuabonMi and the general public please arungc business according I. HKKlilltI Ltd. it at 11 Roftbuck Streei NEWS FROM FOGAJRTY'S Seawell Canadian National Steamships WILLIAM FOGARTT LIMITBP ARRIVALS By B W I A |. PrBM TRINIDAII Carman BUekman Ken Glrllnat. O'Qutnn Robanaoi: Joh 1 Sutlon. Jean Forh*.. Oabrlcll* Cole g_ %  *** %  CW*. Bos*r Mclntlir. Scoasa pirr^!"^ G h m %  -••'.. B| 11 u I 1 VSfS? >? 1 Ck a-WBrt. M-> S.ew.,1 Arnold Kalahall. Fll, Ketatiall Chr|.. lophar Kalahall. Ilrrn-n Boo., C-mlBoo.. rma Mannall Una Malihall t, T M.**?*" 11, lJM '''•nor. Joaeph Slanlont L*ljnd H>d*i Por ANTIGUA Uns Vaaqua* V*tr BUM —1. *•" fbe ST LW|A D Fn. GUADELOUPE For NT KtTTM Kami* TBi K ELECTRICAL ITEMS Khonn Blectrlc atovva a %  nd warming Irao Ctaaaan asJua %  11. PUtea Keltic, Iron. Deak lampHaaUna PM, „ 1M| ,,.,. VM ^ IW>lieiier. MK>.'aaaMlj ORIENTAL I GOODS! \.ll,i,l,., I CLROIS. JKWrLLEHY. I SII.KS (Se H.N. Euol)| TII.WIS I I'r. WEE. Hry. SL DIAL 14MI SOI TNBOl'ND l^UV MODNBT CANADIAN cmirtaaB LADY NELBOM CANADIAN CONBTRUCTOK CANADIAN CIIAlJJDNOBBt LAV milSNEV LAI'Y NBLBON LADY "" LADY Salla Mont ma 1 U Ocl a Oat Italia Baili An IH Ball! Halifax Boatan Barbadoa Laioadoa IS Oat II Ort aa oat BJ Ocl r? oct t Hav. 1 Nov 4 Hav la Nav a Nav B N*v 11 No* B Nwi It No* %  Dae I Doc 1 Dae a Dae IS Dae II Dar n Dm. 1 Dsa M Dae SDae > Jan Sk Jan 1ADV BODNTY I^IIY MJSOH IJ^DY ROONTV IADV NDLSON I^DY RODNTY l^DY NSEBON Arrlvaa kUib^a,.. S Nav %  I Nov M Na* IT Dae. 1 JftB 11 Pab. IT Fab FURNITURE! ^;_ .._ Iii*' c-w -,* Easy o.t J-Br ruw BI NOW NBW BBS iiaw*d VAH %  nd othar Wardobaa. Dr aa a u r lobaa, rhaata of-draa,era and Llnan PTiaiii Vanliara. Il l aa Un a Tablaa. Slaoai, Scr^an Frame*. Stn|to and Doubl* Badataad>. B*p*rat Bid* PJII1-alf. Dtnlnf. KHehe-i nu\ Pi.nev T,biaa, S*lf-wa7d BM up. mini, Blbrhen anrt Bnlrnum CablriAbi Larder*. Wafbaon*. BlWEtM MarriA Tali -na Kuah Bultaa and aaparale pi*,— Hrrtkhand Eaaechair.'. S3 up -Chaval and ;:fe... ';:"£":,:;. ,.,.,:;,'V.',S Rnok-ack., IVWi wnh aloof or Plat Topt. L. S.WILSON TraEatsar Strarl Dla, J0 awMBfst.1 Eltwftt* Bef->re Buying or SelUn ;>%  ;.. C-iiar. ?!.*>*; 1 Pay to sets JOHN hi. KLAHIPN Phone 464') Plantations nuikiinff GARDINER AUSTIN AV W.. LTD. A-nnU. III:. GLE. TIIAl^SATIaAlVn^lJe FrtKich Una SS COLOMBIK" SS "(.'OLOMBIB'* SaUing to Trinidad and La Oualra on tha 2oth October lB&O, accepting pasaengera. Sailing to Plymouth and La Havre via Martinique and Guadeloupe on the Wth October. 1950. R M. Tor furthei JONES particulars, apply to:— & CO. LTD.-Agents. (OMPAGNE GENEIALE TRANSATLANT1QUE NOTICE No Visitors wiU bv sllotvec" w board S 3. "CulA'A-wlr, 1 Sunday. 28th October, except by invitation or paaa iwued • our OfTlce. R. M. JONES & COMPANY, LIMITED. Announce* Ike arrival of — SMARTLY TAILORED LINKS DRESSES In Plain and Floral pallerni QUALITY and Cut leave nothing to be desired at the amazingly cheap price of tlO.OO each ARTIFICIAL SPRAYS AND DRESS UNISHES a Beautiful aaaartment and various Price. PLAIN LEGHORN HATS @ it.lt. SMI, ti.lt __ and $4.70 each LEGHORN HATS WITH LACE BRIMS ft. M.*3 each Please enquire early al — KOI. ARTY'S Cor Values thai ara easily the heat anywhere. M OBS', aa f. '///^////^//W/,w.'.v.v,',w,-,/,/,v, BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY (OKPORAHON LTD. NOTICE EVER SEEN WOOD ANTS AT WORK? It yoq flou't want to. Bp ftdvls* yam to proteet FftBUT A'OOttwnrfc with "ATLAS WOO I'HKMKKVATIVE THK f*V#.lf. EMJPOMtVM (Csatral roaaary Lid., — Prajn-arters). .Sir. of Bmut uia To4 HtraeU Aa lli* „s..narrl*rs aave S.. U .1 atel npUrs U ass ml aar Kafhw, r.n aa lo> *r l>iSclaraa, Use l^aanianr bj at •saMaamcr Baala pai UiB OaaeraUa. IM (• W.| aat HH r. da i ta at ataaaw Plaal aaal arallaMs as a resell, sssr laa It sslar-ala aarlna aas aaal Urn auaAa *J laM u Our Coasaawts are asks, w es-*tavala br utmssl ^^VIOIQ. In th. ass *f UaulrUitjr. parnealsrlr las Psst asrWHi brlocra CM aad Us >JSL aattl fwtnat as Osasrsl Msnspar. esaa>aa>a^oas>a's^assaa< W Hii ta a >s.o> Q i. .y.-vv'.vv.-.'.'.'.-.v-.'.'.-.'.'.'.'.*.',','.-.',','.-,',-.-. .-.^.^%' %  ',',vv %  .<.y. J .^vv^'^aos>^ J > J .vx.^^•.^ J '.^^'.^v^v^•.' i a*aa l %  i aa l V^lla^ EL TEATRO GLOBE Presents EL SABADO. 18 OE OCTVBRK. 19X0 EL OUINTETO PANAMERICANO! Cempueeto a> Matlras que fs*ron NACIDO SB Cuba : Ml BO Prarraaia de MrdU hors ranrlanes LA'nN-AMPRIC1.V.1S Anlaa U I'rllcul. -Ul mSTOBIA DE UNA MI'JER" Preelos:—Plalaa Jsc Pale. 10c Unlron .> Laswta 1st It MUSICOS BCOOS MarWiall ,. AJUIB. ,. „ ManB.n ., aaba CarWa ii.Avrs OtirTAR .BANJO MARIMUI'I.A J\OM>'S Your Chanco to Saw 0f ,*#* $ —aa. MJV A BEG WAY 4 Weeks of ALLURING OFFERS & Unbelievable BARGAINS Read it for Yourself & Tell Others f^"3r THANI BROS, OK* YO„ COTTON PRINTS la sMnl vsrlao fr.ni Is,op COTTON DOMESTIC Sas pas* utvaxr cicALrrv SATIN latlsw fthsdn W Uf r. rat. CANCIONES! Itaiuho nrnublt CapriPhito Dealftrto LB Mmi. .La HllrurDeaes Persdamenfe ... Celo. ... n l-Bj-rh*. •( %  he pn>| ertr EtstHra a* TV ,' Plan**', ataadna -ft 5. aoiart" • l*:^J at l/ran. | %  n If %  OBV,, jrc*f .~ a-. p.r-. 0. H. V. ESBES Far Power MS. STEEL BOBV bv UGrlTNESS with fil'RPNGTH CESTHE SLUM. SEATING la Cninfuri RIDEPEIiDENT FRONT WHEEL SI'JPENSION tl; Buiil-iii ikutik-jclinii Sbeck nlisurlnTi — fnr EASY HIIIIMi flillRAIXir BRAKES-ON KLl 4 WHr.l.l.f.-fiAFLTV tics I 'li.KN In nsar qa STUN BILKS la tav.li naral SB. wfhrr drp.frni *. a. WHITE SILK OKORCilTi: IS ii.rt,. SO. imotAi.E SIXB irnr/l Is Inches Me. .1. Win. Henry Street Uisl 34M V.OOU.BN PLANNU. Itc. TAFrrfAB u. risk sad WklU Me. LADIES I'Xim. Cttsa far till I.ADIEH I'A.VTBH, Oatloa I rar 1.W -^ CHARLES MrtENEABNEY & W. LTD. rAVOT OOU) Kurt SSe. rLAri-nr* FLOWEKKD k\iriCOAT8 B3. aabaa Pl^STIC FANCE IIANDBAOS I? BB IM Pas. LEATHER SIrOKS ANP l.oa A PA'PA'A For 61RLS! 1IIE1.S RUBBER SANDAL* IP*, op GIBLV ANKLE POCKS 10* cix.s rA!mxn Mc. an OIBLA' n.ASTIC RAND BAC.n ',1 as eack rfOUMhoid 600dl I.OVELV E1IBOKSED LAR..K 111 DSPREAD will. rrbuas tl Tl seek n.tm'ERr.D rRrrroNNEH .. "i >nd >1M Oil. CLOTH as Desires si.n -i^.rt DRAWING BOOM BUO^I riera) IMHewlUJI IIAMAHK TABU! COVER. aa BED TICIC In PUep 1rt*M nil, n. ii ti PLAATIC TABLE COTBBI HArll TOWELS He. a* nuvow caaaa ateTa Me' aaSani NAraaniisTa SI1T CASES iVsllaes) B.rB AH Sans LADIES' STBAW SHOPPING BAO Me. CHINA WAKE PLATE. IS.i ana WARE OCPS1BC. CHINA WABK BOVTLI. Ic PAS. DU.NEB BELLS. BRASS VA.SS. 0SF DOWI.S A3II TSAVS, Etc. EllTEAK WOOD TABUS. CASIPHOB WOODTBI-VS1 AND A HOST OF rNTllAN oaooa HaTwrdashery, Etc L.AD1ES' RAYON HTOCKINOR 9 prs. fur II.M I.ADUIS NTIONS ILevMr) II" LAOIBS' HANKIH Me. up LADIESPBaWKSS, i Me. 9 9 LADIES' nrmrom I.M | "• i LADIES' JBBaCI PVJA• HAS UK %  pr {l.XATMKK C II A N .. 1 PURSES We. up Mia AND LACES 5c a P.. SNAt BP Far GErtTLEMtNl COTTON IISTS > tar Jl.ss COTTON .PORT SHIRTS Isc ap HILK MI'OKt SHIBTS SaB Oailltlra ISM u. KHAKI 12 ZS DRILL SHIRTS DRESS SHIRTS fi-.ru ltj CENTS' SOCKS tSc. ana n GENTS' HANDHIRCKIBrS ,i, up COMBS Sc ap BABI Del -UK Mr. ap COSTUME JEWKLLEBT la Blues, Brosc.es, Neck lascs. Karrussa Etc. LADIES HATS x SHOES la -a p-Ue AsssmncBl. Als. SOAPS. IIIWDEJtS. PCRar,'an. IXTTIONS. RIBt BO.NS. CX>BI>. HI I i.HAIR X OliiEK P1NS.OOT* irrOMB HAT-WIRE ud j Taoar.ssBs of nehcr (lues at ) SMASHINa RLUri'TION" Last but net the least or 'ORD>:NTAL GOOD. BEl.rtui MCOTTON nno •is; am SATIN —'• VSIti PANTS I4.KS Woollens a GKEV FLANNEL 1UI a d. PLAIN STKII'KD TBOPICALS I2.S0 up ^TR1PED TWEEDS 11.19 aad n.3 TKOrlCAI.S ALL WOOL M9S 1 Hi; VM FLANNEL 95..I i ICKAM DOESKIN 9J SS KHAKI DBTLLS c ap For BOYS! BOYS' LONG KHAKI HOSE Bf^BO\ .., IS., a. .,-. VI % %  !.. • %  ai n oai %  m % %  < %  ROTS' snoss a a. $3.00 CASH giTOB *W.Y every Dy to the First Lucky Person Spending $25.00 or More (FOM NO --^'--^'. •ii'ai s ve' wa a Mi inii io ooa a m oa. m es e aaea i9aes CBoa. > ,w i iv e v < i) aQ a a ai i i o^t-,.



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Friday Oflikrr il 19 3 0 BuTbaJtoa fcocate o l-ri.r: FIVE r.vrs V.ar .'. REDS READY TO INVADE TIBET Griffiths Satisfied With W.I. Shipping (Prom Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Oct 26 \.y EST INDIAN CIRCLES here axe annoyed at Mr. Jamea Griffiths' statement yesterday in the House of Commons that shipping services with) I the Caribbean on the whole are satisfactory, bvi that no practical plan has yet been submitted f < r improving servioes with the United Kingdom. Mr. A. E. V. Barton. Secretary of the West India Committee, said: "Mr. Griffiths' statement will cosifin the impression held throughout the West Indies that ti 9 Urittsh Government are indifferent to the very real cii itress which has been suffered every year since th %  ha* systematically opposed Argentina." British Circle* here who arc in touch with cl.-vHw"! i-nls oil the other hand took issue with the flpeech made by the Argentine Ambassador, Carlos Hogan in London on Monday. They strongly emphasised that no reference could be found In anything he said, about the other problemdisturbing the traditional trading relations between the tw*. countries, such as outstanding sterling remittances or failure to grant licence 1 for British import*. —Iteuter. "Today." he conunued. "with a greater demand for space conwquent upon developments which have taken place we have had unUl recently in the Eastern C.inl bean only one ship—the Col/Ho— which we could rely for any siderable number of British passengers Now we have the Colombie of the French Line which, however, gives first choice to round-trip passengers, second to French Nationals and what berths remain allocated to people from this rountrv ." rE KOllAL CAlstllA look! d in an tbi nfloided Hon-eof P-rllawni with tl.,rs.-nni .'.' frlgb' '.-sowed) Providing the modern contrast on thr sooth side of the ilMMl i' tl* rr-tiMl of Britain lte with gleaming /duralumin (further np the river beyond iln .i'' d t. 11%  i tn. Concert Hull suit the old Bhm Tower now fitted Willi rad.n ri|iilpiiii-iit %  pc*ai The French smaller ship Line also have a Inch might Hike about SO British passengers and there were two Dutch ships on the Surinam run with a combined capacity for about iflo each way together with two others which onlv provided homeward passages for people from Trinidad. The whole position is really bad," said Mr Barton Ministries Given To Members Of Trinidad's Cabinet PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct 21 All five elected members of Trinidad's Cabinet MM btW guru ministrtta, according to an official announcement made yes* of the Executive Couneil The three official members—the Colonial Secretary, the Attoi eral and the Financial Been have been given the u %  : ity of the administration of certain departments while there is o lone nominated member without portfolio L C. Hannays. Ministers nnnounced were — Britain H ill Not Reofwn iivi in mlii Dockyard ... eateaii l-UMMN. Oi Britain's uuv.ii coiistruriion and conversion piofcrainiue which provides ttn the building of six new aircraft carriers is not to include lite le-opcutiik ol Ihe ilarmuda %  BerthutK taoUlUas lot llUfal will still be ivallibte but the recall Milof the dockyard including the dr> dook are io remain closed. These (acts icveolcd >C-UIU.I> by Mr. W. Bwa rtl I'mlum . I.uy Secretary U the Admiralty %  "< %  ihat t" ** wmi had hevume uneeonomical in % %  v The Admiralty tt \i m< consider thai lleimudfi, once o' grtal s tr ategic importance In th'' any ships WCIO ...,, -,, I much "( its iminll_ of the turnKing George Opens New House of Commons iCing GflMnTM VI tu-dd cheering crowds to open Parliament's new'House Common* chamber replacing Ihe on> shattered by bornl i in '941. Bui because? tiadition foibids a monarch tn tntei u %  Commoiu 1 chamber he perfonned the ceremony in tl year old adjacent Westminster Hill whi-uI iink-ci Charles the Fust wai condemned to Ihe JM MO yeai i RAIN FELL LAST NIGHT ROY F.ducaiM .MWKFH: Minister ii and Social Services. ALBCKT <;OMES: Minister for Labour, Industry and Commerce. I VICTOR BRYAN: Minister for 1 Agriculture and Lands. vii nn \-IM.H Minister nications and Works The rains came again last night Shortly after 10 oclock the City C became dark ns thick clouds blotted out the moonlight The ternNORMAN TANG: Minister for Krature which was 82 degrees | Health and Local Government hrenheit dropped by two degrees while heavy showers fc'l Gutters in James Street. Tudor Street and many other roads overflowed and rising water cove-ed the streets. Many night strollers and by surprise They neither had umbrellas nor raincoats and the majority were forced to shelter for hours. These showers were experienced In many other parishes hut stopped before midnight. P. M. REN1SON. Colonial Seeretary: Minister in Charge Police. Immigration Office. District Administration. J. L MATHIKI-l'ERKZ Altor Gen-* £ ver to „ 1€ .„.| oi I The> coniM tOO li'at HI UMH days "hen ship arc capable of making th.cross Unit Kingdom in radi ;i short ipaca of time lh.it lOwOUl i,.in UM dockyard -imply fm ci.-ti %  rsa ni I learn tint an additional factor tafltitacing thdi decialop wu deration ti>;ii with Uu existing friendly relations b. (ween ti.is country and the Unlte
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REDS READY TO INVADE TIBET
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tber thnt .- nodated by j
iic* serving this aret,. I
XfcW HO! M OF (MMOS From Chinese Border
South
Koreans In
Manchuria

LOXDu.. Oct.. 2tS
'piBET, the monastery land ir. thi> mountains
between India and Ch
tuck from Communist China. But "."here ws no
news that the invasion had begun.
Communist armies, long poi .. yx,r_
iler, are under orders to "liberate' Tibetans But
Poking which announced this lav. night, gAe no
iroops had yot moved
We Will Eat
Out Beef
Ourselves
SAY ARGENTINIANS
BUCNOS AIRES. Oct 36
The Anglo-Arsentme "cold meat
war" as viewed from neee ?-
pe*.red to-day u> be approaching;
new ncights of niutu*.
stton, Tho speech delivered here
earfcer.. this month by K. J. Joint.
British Commercial Minister In
Argentina was deacria-ad by the
semiofficial sscneatysaaa in a iront-
page editorial as an "error oy the
British Government which KteVaUd
II" and an "-credible impiu-
Hii newspaper added
'It must haw oroeokeg m the
ralnd of e\>reign Secretary Bavin
a sensation oi diisual" Another
piper wornineuted thai 11 made no
difference no* to Ae*R'b?i:i
irhaHB* the price differentia
which halted raoet shipment* to
Britain over thee*1 months ago
were settled c:
"If the British do not want tc
eat our 'baby beef we will eat 11
ourselves'1 it told. Taking issue
with the recent comment of the
London ******* Ktaeaaavsl
Notaotas Graflea* describe* iMr Baaverbroofc at "thli xmaU ugly
shifty poll v&yt has
SFfctrtnatioally opposed '. \
'icre who are In
tu.ich irt
other hand took laaue u-lth the
epeeL-h maoii by the Amentini-
AmbaaAador. Canoe Ho;.n In
London on Monday. Thry itronly 3-mm
onphasiaed that nn r*fcrcnn-l
,-oui'i bo ro-ind in anytttbai he
cald, about the oth-r problem.
ruj the ti-adlliunal trading
relatinr-9 between the iwt. coun-
*!*, Mica ; (>utt*uiio uterling
Wf-
*&m *~-
"Today; "with a \
graatar aamand tm -i-.-x-c cone-)
quent upon development a which.
bad u
ul rvoniUy in the Ral*rn CatU-
bean onl, Cl/liu- -;
b we (<>uld nib '
considerable number oT Ilrillsn I
paaaengers. Hiv are hnv- the ,
Coivjibte or iha
which, however, gives first choice!
to round-trip pa**-
French Naiionels and whnt j
-- Ho
I) i^endir^ tti u:oiwni ccntn '
ltW^_tt ?* t'"''-l"d o' Brteata Mte Hli glcaninc a)
r-WCT MOW 5ttHl
Hoim Of
Thamo-
bayoutl
""'I'umi
Britain VfillKol
Ri>ojM>n Jlermrnin
Dockyard
-
'onv*rston pi'Ofci-
. iirrmft carTien
1-ne alea have a' the re-open

.
,vre Iwo Ihitth shlpii oi^ v- refMii
m lun wtlh a combined mctadini
emit W each way to- the dry a remain
grther with two other* winch only closed,
provided horneward panaie< ft
people from Trinidad. by
-

berth.i reanaln allorateH to people ;
feem this -
The
maDai
about
there V
Surlna
p-rtly f^r
whole
bad," ld Mr. Y
rlon. ,
Mininlrie* Given
To Members Of
Trinidad's Cabinet'
pout-of-vmn
- elected mt-mwia el;

oihrial minounci"
Uitiay Bollcvinj mt rlr^-
o* the Rrecullre Council Tlie
ifhcUii men*1 m
n-,al Sacra
eral and the Flr.-v
have bam
ly o* the auiiui..:
nta wlvle theri
iteti
'..ive reach-
hler, a re-
\manm Bghtli




i'i- Uic bnrr.e.
buria with
Earlier tned repo


ha* beon Hooded wiii
of C'hinefe Cornmuuln-

boura

lAiee* in aw oantn

. .. i
rod yactarday.
[South KcraAna wort earlier It
LONDON. Ocl. 2$ tup the leaf
; --carsirv thrau ,,v*r '" hai1 ad

ftiminona chamber replncm;.
(.ommona' chamuer he perfu(fld Ih
~~--------nwT
.
I
King George Opens
New House of Commons
Minftanccf of fHilurK mni!(,.|i0 I. .< .
licences for BriUsh Import!.
rteutee.
1?^!/^ FELL
LAST NIGHT
The rain* raiw apiln laj.t nielit
Shortly !:, io ddeck Ihe Chy
became dark ot thick elouda blot-
ted out the moonlight The tcni-
K'alure which w.-:. 82 dearee*
hrenhelt dropr hv twp 5per- Vtc ';,,- -mwti* r*'l F- *
Ouitew in Jama, Arwt, Tvator i^H:
Street and many other roada over-
nowed and Hring water cove'ed
Ihe streets. Many night strollers
and window shoppors were caught
by surarlw. They neither had
umbrellas nor raincoats arid the
majority were forced to ahelter
for noun.
Theae showers were experienced
In many other parishes but stop-
ped before midnight.
Jhcrsi asked vheinci In
view of the danger ot
try of li
would not be prudent to niwin-
. jq so re-
potentttl en-
. ard* staserl thai








: .
too (hail In the*'
.tic <-Ui*l

of lime,
h
.

rleUal f

t '
!. migh-

hip" r**."! crcm.ing the Miami
carried call il
kyard.
II M 8 Sepeefc which Is to re-
M S Olaa.aw
'
ron ard IT.M.S. f*nipe which 1 i"
thu -ti
rtrtr-;^;:, '^irie-' -.I' .-*scU : ' *!' -
.. Jstar in "' . J" -i*ards th laiter pan oi
Police. Immigration O ,ic nox '
Roy
Educatii
XaMMai M ...
it r.nd *ocial S.-
ALBERT CDMI
Labour, Industry
VKTOM Wit VAN. Minbtei
i" and Lands.
tot
AJtl>HAHINGl)
Crtrmnur.-aliirm and Works.
NOHMAN TANO: Miouler for
Heulth and Local Government.
dadtacetil Wi
Paries the F.r*t was condemn^ t tb. *xc :t00 lnto ^
HIDDEN TIME
st/Mora

h. ordercf] ail public clock*

Reaaoii.-*%.nrti.'j<

-
'
not be pre

put them out i,'
-1

lUXBOOweeJui
'wo daye. A nieas<
I
thjj jftcrnuon asked (

m of Ihe
loading rien'uit.. of Um
which
eather. Km'
ta. the capturr
. i to be ntu<
rf.-u.i recwv
1

todny
Hrvni In he
I 1
l treadoni


eineari.
'* aewle waitoti fur th Kii-
"ws of hts famUy. Tel^
asm* recorded Uie aeaib-
' 'Itiard *yoro tile
' - '" .-..In l the thrr* !
UMir osd *l>ie starlet ueirornvi
toe velvet
'.all.
iiean spokesnv-


ilO|pii

French ChiH
WU1 Report
To Cabinet
On Indo-Chitm
A the grai bass bell of B.,
' asMDi elock U
- ii*. t .e >!
' nfHia fi'nm tin- :
II dooif wrrt Aung
pa i. -nd thr Itoyal pn*
:mo view slowly
.- IOW-I>l
QnaL It!
i and Australlo"
i
:.mca The
\**s Ik I
epc. -ted
ursW Pajtchw
rui.t
new H
Yalu River oppi-
rnirlan port of An-
ii Dlvisl-'
up ihe'
report*
the cOa>i
i
l>r*sldint Tro-
he Mndenrtootl
5ooth K< would
-!.... \ I.
Mancr.': tta mad*-
(vntral til Kiy ier
First mm
Seen Becomes
New Mayor
OF PYONGYANG
B* RON VI. 1) lltll NU UR
PVf- 26


Mm in ;
That \.
Chung !>
1


. "<* XI14I men.-
!er* wen

istttTi.
The rtihkecltlft u<
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Vang'* i-jti *...i' |
a
-

. pyol
Inet minute



rva "
eti of pyongyaiut wer
.
South K
..
...
j "preaeure of work"

:



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*irui h*





A Surprise
Press Tru*


ess;



to Cl


thai

further Light
fr..m :


i

1 at, >-------
ine


Hr niadcj offii*erii .urtfikeil xgMnat It.
. .. ,
rt. | IhWi
lke.1 Ptinecas RHMbe!.
:-'-;ve
Marifurf. iier aastar.
.11* Quev
li* a que.
Heater
1
Korean
I :ance'i
- ',,:'' tn a mm
the Anthem
ner an r mm f
with thai
*er Qua*



U t Nun
Administration.
J. L. m.miiih rim Atter-
ney General: Administrator Gen-
eral. Crown Solicitor
A. 1. W. ROBERTSON. Ptsuui-
claJ SeereUry: Accountant Gen-
eral.
The new Mlnisto-^ took over on
Thursday morning.(C.P.)
OVER 100,000 GERMANS
STILL IMPRISONED
IN RUSSIA
* j ... BONN, Oct. 26.
a crowded Weat German Bundestag to-day stood
to approve the declaration by Chancellor Adenauer 'de-
ploring the fact that hundreds of thousands of former
soldiers pnd depcrte.1 worncr j.nd children are .still I
kept prisoners in Russia."
The Bundestag'-, special M
was attended by almost ..II ii*c
members of Government and Op-
position parties except the Com-
munist party.
"The fate of former Ger-
man soldiers and deported Ger-
man women and children
Ru*ta is frightful" he said
have carefully gone through all
mat-rial and have come to the
COnclueion that sev '-undred
thousands of Ge. a Mill
being detained ir ntry."

Jamaica Delegation
For Washington
Will Discuss Emigration
Tr Our Own Corrmaandenn
KINGSTON, Oct. 34
At the request of the U.S.
State Department, a Jamaican
delaajatlon to Washington on the
recruitment of farm workers
locally will lenve for Washington
a w k earlier than was
anticipated.
Truman Dot's iVat
Expect Trouble
IN W. tUROPE
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26
President Trumrn said to-day
that the United States did not ex-
pect any troubia in Western Eu-
rope this winter. Truman also
told his news conference he had
information i*.u< the Russians
had produce" I more than one
atomic explosion.
In answer to a Dutch corre-
spondent who said that the Dulrcl
prupl-.' ware "afraid of trouble
from RiitBIa" Truman replied
.irmly Hist the United Slates did
not expect any trouble.
Truman was questioned about
Ihe news eonference OP Tuesday
whan Garden Dean. Chairman of
the Atomic Energy Commission
said "The President has not seeo
il lit to cjke any more aimounre-
aierta" sssout Soviet iitnmic activ*
Itiaa.
Prasi'iaiu Tinman &ald alto that
he was con^iderine calling Con-
grass back into session earlier than
planned hut that no derision had
yet been made.
He told his Press fonference
thai there had been some discus-
sions between himtelf and Con-
gressional leaders on the advisa-
bility of recalling Congress
week or ten days before the orlgi-
nal recall date. November 27.
Rewter

Ihe JW
....
.r. ;..'., iriao-cnina where com "v --'" *^*' -"-* ;
rnunisl -ide have already forced the evacun * n*nc#Uot nd Colonel CWto-
lion of eight French Chin. Brown- Soei**r
. fen-'
B-rhw Itarr
some essftnadnn
IBM Korea
United 3U-'.
of increased Vietminh pressi
illy reliable sources said here
to-night.
New ixwitlons had been estab
llshod al the top of the Re-I Rive
lot tributary Nam-
et added- French ariiller)
and lighter bombers had beer
trikmg at Insurgents
French communique announce].
earlier Beater.
Ho

Bustamanle.
Minister of Communication, and
Mrs. Rose Leon (J.L.P.) membe--
of the House of Representatives.
{accompanied by Miss Glad v.,
Longbrklge. Private Secretarv *
Mr. Tkwtamante. wiH leave
He expressed on that
Yugoslavia had re ,nr but*
of German prison*. ,nd hoped
the remainder would shortly re-
tun
Traffic stopped for two minute-
s' no.-n to-day through
em Germany and church bells
rang as a tribute to Germans still
held es war prisoners abroad.
- - The West German B*WI agency
Jamaica on Thursday and will be DPA haPed Its transmi
Joined in Washirueton by delegates two minutes, special praven were
o. ^'U. . Canbbaan read ... churches and leading
Co|or'^sThe> wm open neotU-Church and civir personanTe-
Jamaica Police Charged
With Mistreating Prisoners
KINGSTON, Jamaica. Oct. 23
Following charges tn the House
of Representative!, that police
savagely mistreat prisoners In
custody, some cases resulting in
Cnnanent tisliguiemenl and ence
dealh. tlie AcUn^ Governor
mianon with a Supreme Court ludgi. aa
Chairman to investigate these
charges .and If substantiated, to
make recommendations to prevent
a recurrence of this dl-treatment.
-Cn P
post 'tne House of Commons.
French forces have evacuate'' Th* King replying sa'.d the
Banphiet 3 miles northeast of tin l,rps*nr* / ,hf Commanwealt^
key bastion of Laokay m the face "'nraa):nUttves made It a prowl
''
rean bor-
am Than ""'
'' 3- _*Sl .-utt* .' .*..
and Biltish Co- ..c wsslth
had been ordered step
nd Chairman al I 'J^11 Bdyaw a abnut 20 mil
nu nu: lUVO(Alt
TBK NEKS
iiii.K 1113 D*y er N:SM
" ne AWOC^TK
MVS ro new.

. arl,
fonlou. inw
O bs) :
no '--lav thai
m:iri-liayi
N
^ment^
I
-* th*
of TtiT^
a :roous wouw
new ai%uat;. Govern
mem baei ..n alone t.>M.Ui*-
peaceful settlement.
ARTIE'S HEADLINE
Canada, U.S. Join In
Defence Production
WASHINGTON, Oct. M
Canada and the United States
agreed to-day on u *i*-point pro-
gramme o' co-operation in pm-
duction fof defence The State
Departmeci announced here
air war time agreement.
it provides for exchsngine of tech-
nical knowledge and for a co-
ordinated system of controls over
the distribution of scarce raw ma-
terials and supplies
The State Isepskrtment ana) thai
this under-tandlng "wltl
increase our industrial mobilise
lion potential and will enable us
to prepare ourselves for anv mili-
tary emergencies which may
arise" Renter.
day He addel. 'although
peoples vary in race, language
and tradition, the spirit of ou
I1.i llameiitary system permeate.
every Legislative Assembly In th
Mltti'
Ma piayud that all who scrvM
1 tn the New Chamber would be
an lltgpsffgliQII and example lo a
ii tougl. ul the world "at a tim
-ir way of life wa
l... dank counsel*
i.i.itetialiMii .Hid tyranny."
Ijiter In' the day the Kin-
[endfld Ihe present -rssion of Pat
tJLimciU with a lormal speech
gfapai-ed for him by the Oovi n
must and reviewing its work nve
few months.
The new session of Parllameiti
ill be opened on Tuesday wher
the King will deUvei
jrorlalnlng the Governments pr<>
gogramms of b i
Opening Hour
About ISO tasenbci* swarmcc
mto the.r flrat real "House" fot
10 years as Britain'* most fa-
mous clock Big Ben boomed
IIi" openksg hour. Some of then
had wanVc! uutside the door
nine before dawn.
The new House is the Com-
mons' fourth home in 100 yeu:
Combining tnulltion wiUi modern-
. convenience it replaces the
'destroyed by bombs on May 10
."41 in one of London- -or--:
sir raids of the second World War
The archway over the door of
in new chamber Churchill
Arata is made from the wreck-
-ir Of an old house which wi.
d by German bombs Ii
y-iy 1M1. For nine ys |
Commons have been meeting <
lh< House of Lords Chamber.
while the Lords have be*
ing in the King's robing rt
'it Speakers and member
("mmonwealth legislatures have
i.ially to London for
aMsaps historic earemony
Fir*t member to enter Ihe
new House was Stephen Mt
On Page 3
the border to prevent any .ncl-
dents with Chinese Communlnts
farces on thr Manchurlan side.
yesterday an army spokesman,
in Korea said they knew of no
BSjgn ordera to halt their advance
-Heater
Denmark's
Government
Resigns
I 'IPENHAGEN. Oct. 2fl
ll.o l-rme Mmrln Han
lledtoft whose Sodalisi Uovcri.
uned early to-day hi- f
asknl the King to invite Opposi
tion panics to form a new gov
ernment Earlier lledtoft h..
hanrii.i in the resignation of hi
government to King Frederic
| defeated In Psrlianren
bj one rota The question was ih
cotitinuiiig domestic ration of bul
Tin- iMvcrnmenl which hel i
N seals of the 1S1 in the Lowei
House had contended that
much butter as possible shoui I
B*) set aside for exports. Com
biiied oppositionConservativt-
Liberals and Hetiiy Georgelsts-
favoure It was aapuLtad it would be
some time befarr the new Gev-
iiinnMit < an be formed.
In Denmark's general eleetlw,
ea Seplember ftafter HedtoC
resignation over opposition to hhi
economy propoials, Labour gait)'':'
two seats Rut even with Radio'
support they were unable to dr.'1
a majority.
Thev agreed to remain In ofP.d
after opposition parties had falle-<
to agree on a coalition.Reatr.-.
Sails v. Smoke
i he sail's of the
old-time clipper
have given way
to "smoke"
lie snivMvo of the
modern (Yippi r
blill sails the
seven 'seas!
a
PLAYERS
CLIPPER
CIGARETTrTS
10 FOR 14 CENTS.
MANUFACTUMD BY
\
only 5 d.yii left to win
5t.M la Bm \trm-r~
rklo ComrrUUos.
British-American Tobacco Co., (Bdosj Lid.


tax rao
BAJUJADOS
QaJub Calling
AMOCAtf
FRIDAY, OCTOD&II if, i*8
INTR
OM i
Mi
;.,
: Hbi.
and his (Uugrurr
ArVltt/S Ht^CLJNC

Mfca
Intranaif
INTHANSfT through HaroeOw.
A.. wa
Offvr*., flW.I.A OvnTM was CP

oik mouth a"i*uu



r.itrto Hico servlc* fryiv
.'. Grvnaci.)
tn route.

B&rbado* *>r two-day vis
*>"-< two He wii t.!*".-*
Bteiit-i*d hare .. few week*
on a short tnwff
* die >* rt*taj far-
For Men Only
week. His M

t Ycitirdu

II ii the

'IMI.
I
h's km ana grandson
hva alwtiyi had i
i ,.-r -at**
th* Odin? if GlfiVfvifr, '.[ic f>:.*e
i>f Beat, '
1 ael Ad-vte l-
betUr '
80. At Leat
llaarland I bear -j
y which twKi-rn* traftV
roes, Mrfft urjoui x*>cdirig and -
the variety stage.
rtiiet about dlwutatliff her age.
When, the other da\
sped aliiPg u rinln mart I
topped by n patrc* ea-
at least". Mid tfc* cob.
you ar-
n vertalr. no gentleman." i-*rr>.i--l
Weflr- I Ml lhp *S52l drive, 'ia**
* SS "CatomW and i due tc mLWM,?frt' ,..
n nn the venel Imar i" * 22* pohoaman lookad.
The Irlvar
r
o
n
Short Vi.il
,< Trinidad uti
.11 la Ml-. J.
M.C.P. H..
SHE SMOKES SO CICAUBTT Y
anon
T
"as MlJttlwg^i'M.
.tinson
Lwhu wore holidaying In
"On* UI IW
' LfrfKM JUB'laBU' -
AM very Sl*d '" *e bock in
TlsiLaaos to g "i vime iirnshlni
MR. and Mrs
whu ware hoBdaying la St i\ft AND MRS G. ACRUS and |
. Michael arid I
were stay- Peter, arrived from B.G. wl- ftr having a great dual of rain
ins with Mr inn Mr* Denis Bar- day afternoon By B W..I.A Dr. b, England,' Mr. L 8. Chamber?
Aci-ca * .in* of the two ahyrtc.in* told Cartb yesterday Ik- airtvea
Ufn. t.J *>'- "' "" ^"W"" nauxlle Co.. in hcro oll WadnewJay on the Cotam-
Mpa Ants l^uettiont McKctixle and hat Iwtn living in j,ic accompanied by his wife nfter
a RP.iviNi. 1Mb Arwba yaatar- B.Q. far twvJHH. wiMdlni u noaau MftHV '
* u^"i *.*'" ' m* hv saw a lut of lha cm ket M"*M
bolwetn Eiitflanu ..': I !> m
Indies and uUo Um Opn (Jolf
Champtoiiship in ^cAtiaud.
Sarnstcr At Law
f R ALIiKBT J. 1-ARK13, IWt
Aftr Two Weeki
MRfl B vTBA HUOtJINS ami
her daufhwr Jtmn. after
M
oil HdW,
Official w th the Lagr. Uil nd
Tpt only five days they gee

Both o.' them teemed very
Interested In the Island and Baked
i iwn apob>
Ar U:ey waiter) (or Uwlr baingp
tve bl iho ttrmmal btilldlny -p-ey ~,
.;! jeaterday uftw soendio*- tevw.
Iniomr.tt.,- DMk to bur a map Of RetvmKl (til Oa^ e;irlicx u, voc^' ho' (ay m the Ulaml
the War-d and aslc a few mw Trii*idd wai MUi Shelaah Daane, Hp '"K*i *B Keutstror of 'lie
QUMtlonn. AJthouali here for ootj rtuughlcr of Dr. and Mra C. fi. S-JW^ma Court of BrltUh Gulau.i
five days Uiey cvrinintv Krt> plaf.- D*.w of Maraval, wh led by "" !wo >n **? hai. "r* *e'i
nlpg to ane a* much n( the island |h "Colomb.e" on Wodiwsday appointed a Camnimwner oi
as pwr-ible night. She was abo Ktaytng at the OaUw
SUptf of week*' i.ollday In Bai "*-rtfctM:BA:"* ,<1
lerday .narnooo by BW1A. **<"; 3;-^t
by
-ving
II.. .

h o
Quiana
umana W H W 1 A .
Housewives'
Guide
IMswo af _.
PtaTa >vBen taie "Adv-weale"
.-at-ekej fHfti., wees;
ii-araben k oaatla par (a
Pear* *. 1. cs*J ra*i eath.
ROBINSONS
'PATENT' B Alt LIT
'PATENT OROATS
B.B.C. RADIO
PR(rGRAMiM
I 15 I
**.;. I
i .-.-.
P. 130HD her* t'
nid ruUode iauoa. ;nat
rrl*cil in 1/mdoo,
With h.-v \- hrr httrbamV
Mr. Ahnee Rosenfctd. a 41-
ftar-old iteeiman.
When I met ft*r at mr
}:: - rWMJJtl U : JM M
an..amofcv *>,'-_s rlarin*
ouotlat
r rx rhs K-- a p . >
I j*rt Own faiuMr.. s.ia n.m aa
1 a-*, a at .at. Bajttai sa
) a> r T>f P*H* -in-rtce.
: Nthw i Upwn. I p
iMaaFhWiWii - '>"- Th. ! Wiiir
* b m. aeoMMR rturawi""- a "
musk Kt-n rouiwi. a S 9 "6 A Ui
it .r* faefftto, Ba l"1'
I p.m. The Hw. l. a
AjaaJrHa. t* l"- w* *nm
ivnt_ f p "i Jdic .\*wwi. an,
u M.llniiM Nt>uin nepvrt. V"
r<*nofiMr sf trw >-*. > -,...,
ilit IMtMeMH IS pa
nim re s aptMU* .
Wm-I-J Afl-fi fMTVfV DT
, M p m. Ctoa nee ii.
GLOBE
OFKNINC TO-DftV 5 , r.M
HIR KfNDOf WOMAN NEVER LEARN!
UM TW CLWK RAINS ISEVB8 H0WAR5
^0A WORUNIS
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Holiday Continuing Holiday
Amfl ax montha' holiday Ii I EAV1NG on the 93 'Col.
Er^ond, Mr C E ttaim *- Mr" on Wedneaday night pV-RY year ^hrUr bof'
Aevuuajtant of the Central Water f< Trinidad on two months* JC/ CbrMn-bls the vouag flaam-
DBtrlbutloo, Authority cf TTinJ- holtd-v vos Major J. J". Griffith. tn>'DF)*r /Ugla by thi Fronch iJnot Ofw*- ,__ Cathedral. whre thev dlstribirir
argfl aecompanlfM Major Griffith Is how eom- ioya to poor children. This year
vife and son Hugo. pleting hU ?ix Jnonths holiday tt,D Servtee will 'Mr. Blalip told Carlb Ibat ho van of which he spent ui tn* December ii, at 4.30 pm.
went w princtpallT to are the bmltd Kingdom with the Barba- 0^urnA 'ro Trinidad
cricket and hi that he had a ft Blfle Team which .hot at Keturned O in rowa
-.-able stay In the Mot he- Blfto. Vf"1 _T .. <,ItJNT v^Tm ,
Country ,l* ,ol<' Cflnri thM ne ^Oi'ld *. C*:
Tj *J j u j- *> remained in England for a sloner for the Kaatero LaribbM.i
irtniocd Medico longer period but was forced to with he*i'f.i.irWT. In rrimdo'i
T\U. and MRS. M. FORlte-STF-H ,n;rn home due to the d.-*th of returned
>f Trinidad were tneraaaU nlghi bv tii.> SS
op W'ci While In Triirtdad. he will b%- after paying a abort roi
from K. they BU the turn of his t-ounln Mrs. here tie wna st.'ylng a the iXvan
Vp-.nl ix mceittuf holiday. F. de Cannex of San Fernando. View Hotel.
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Th- (.nunril aoiiounccd- tliat tole a pun* from ho^w rsBd
-iu>y are planning to tuK wuit. was ari*td when he returned. ,
, .u und bust measurements nr >*no (.evrral hooit later, to apologlxe \
-v iu6 winner. n\ Britain tin waa aeoWiuod to thrw munlli-
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FUDAY, OCTOBKK , ISW
BARBADOS AIMTOCAIR
pace taws
Snappers
Defeat
SwordCish
King Opens
Cognitions
Bwfei-
1

v.' while BlUy afaiining and,
George MtidAn cnrerl one each
fea tu*l
.. .. i.-r.
UM c the r!v
*tfrr Ui<- Cot. i-

then sens with carts.

Speaker of in..
The othe match be
twee-i Police and Bonita* dirt not
lunit) ufl H3 !*olloe ware unaal*
to Odd n complM* team Thus
Bonitas cuter the finals of the
"I having
le play a match, as thtty ore* a
anopVtftf. next Tl
Tag mutch war, U
SiiHppcrv 1 Stvurttfish
This wu one at th* moil thrill -
ttm of the "po!. k was-
fast and lor the T.nt five mluuu\>
looked like i
a-ine. (n*ieed. Swurdilth were like
first ! Fotter Ufa* au
Thla we* w
paled by the Snappers' goalkeeper
Taylor who turned It over the
w concedtnc a corner

-rayrr Iruw'
had (^thrrKl early saw. Aritnu
Ureeiiwooo, a Umr.vi Cahirun
Minister cue of rhe Labor.. Faatvj
.11 nivaLd wheeled Int..

also a L'bHir men i

Man wi-
-orrung i rrpresen-
guessl 'item "-sasnule*.
'^c m ; *eeee>

tajorlty

wervativa ii'iiw
."' \iI -le nrl ye*, en-
during reioUonsi
Scotland Yard
Prepares for
Festival Criminals
LONDON
Police offlaata a> Scotland
fully prepared to deal
II over
Europe PTCM to
avadr thw country ne
id'n rogues' gallery of
Australian
Wkmts To Be
A Japanese
TOKYO. Oct. 30
Australian soldier Frenfc
to stay la

hat insistent* on speaking Japeiv-
<* and hurst oat with an Ei>glleh
Taa Pr.;rtd-c- 1 the AiurtrBHan
Prov.tsl Court Care had a-iked rui
if he would make a statemecH.
Twenty-foux year old Weaver
ialc*daV. ,\a guilty to luVcaUy.
entering Japen. IteejUug ~"
aajonrnot until Monday.
Au-tt-^iian clthtenahip rights w
naew name
TMMObinoj OtakSi Kitagnwa.
'ijOT J
Smalt- has applied to a Jpivx:
jfT)da--lt
un whether Vtauot would !<
Mtrtitf lapaiMsi QattouajHa-.
Mind Supreme Command haa
rrjocuaj Weatvej'ii apfj!'-
.twin.
*>ver W*s .lls..hhi B#it fi^-m
n ITdbruary 194*. Thi*
weeks ag-i for the alxtti time in
two yeitrs he smujigled hln.tvlf
loU> Jai*.i
nuurled whlfi wiUi oc**upoi>
ttxeev He wh rrctc-
bcr IS.
^pectacaUr Sat,.

was Swonlrisl) a turn 'o cjoc*iv
wlucb wae taken by
incfl, who was close in.
reoefvad the paaa whit--
und bard In a jl-ali he alappou
tha netd to optn tlia *cor-
inu lot )U team. It was a tpw-
ucular shot. Tnc score .5 un-
ihanned at half unit.
cand half
thai Swordltth bagan making
iiiltalica. Ttiaic rorwards playco
too d*renv.-.y ^tnl Snappac. tooK
the opportinuiy of bilnglng fotIT
lurwarua Into tin- atUrk a.% Om
Swordtish centre-torwartl repoat-
i wad the Siiappeia' tenUf
hade Into his own gc*l area.
Manning *tM in goal
DiDnltcr two from close range and
thla was ToUowad aim-'
.'lately by one frooi skipper
George MacLean w h
through and *corod frt
eight yard* from tJio i
Snapper? kejt up their ptesture
and goallu-eper Albeit WMOMt-
head backed up wall by Oeraro
Jordan and Muurkt Pltigarald,
anveil many certalntlw.
Snappers ware definitely the
better team and shortly betore the
cod of play Kenneth Inve again
r-cored in fine style About ore
imnuto before the end of (Be
game however tiie Snap;-
er was adjudged offMue and had to
leave the valor. Swordflsh with ui.
extra man. attempted a la* de-
j,erata move to acor* hut time
nil 4gairt5t Ita |
vhUtte went be/or.' uV
buck <"uld diMrlbutc thu bH U
.'arda.
The teamn war*.
Siuaaeni A. Taylor, c Ittfl
Lin, O. Mc Lean tCjpll I.
11 Manning, F. Man-
ning jnu Ki (MV
..wardn*h A Wi-aUterhead.
(Car*) M J.wdan, o
luiuiiium m mm aji mu um.
ii aenxlhlv and un-
Uaakaulv aiaoclntloo".
Uberal leader Cleinent Davle-.
akl thai the Common wealth farn-
rew tironger as a mem-
ber nations ((rew i
Mr. Kussoll PUna
Fo Co Down 1.1
!n River
Ou

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^pn *w >wo yam ':
...at unt-..

. ulinKfv

.tUvtcii. wt^j kaa toet^v
drwuTA-U
-'.^?1 i-lj-i- ou .
iMM. aboui ui( t, |Cn.
(*aaful lie eufta ,t uA]
bo a BrotoO'pe fo. b rwj, hrtvi#-
m do.-uunt
Vm Am EiHbtim
With uiu na hopa u>
an expedition u. 0 d*e
of the ao-fa niyuw A
a cxaUanaotsatd '* Uv uaa'j
drownad Bm Abjatt*
He M k-oaVfta-
Hew PUtntt Will
Change History
Of Brilain
tjom i
ii bei htstor- urxt year wh*f4
kga. gaaatouineaat ^li.n
tfeaaaaaa] ajwk...

all. VJet-i-

MB bt opanad by Mi
imaniaxy Sacrr-
m -intl Coun-
try Planning
The aaaoe**Uori ?.: To-da,1
va hi .,i a tur-niiuj point au OM*
;m.l country
planning nation C
Ufe In 1M1 a aaiwa t dWv i-
tam 'Mil provwia a
vork '"i

have a atsuiui tia-tib ("
WliC'l U
l-ord Silkin Tfttare
CouW Holds Up
AntURed BUI
MJSLI30URNE, Oct. 25
'.r-liJ.il High Court hai
baaan taa fefieral Govriuneut>
new auti-communlst legislation.
Jtiatlce Sir Owen ntxou to-day
extendod for an Indefinite yailod
the interim Injunction granted or
OctKiM*r 21 agatofct Important
sections of the Act-
Ho refuted tha hppUcailOD by
the Australian Communist party
boy* and number ftf Communist oon-
tivtlcd uti.onii for an injunction wm be jcept on hotels to protect
'ffal. 11.11 JULklli' Hi ii i"
Pho'ograpb* aud Jewriptions of
each man. plus dcUi'ls vf hit typo
of fraud, are being ei
thmiajout BntaUi.
Ston every plain -clothes detac-
tiva and policeman on the beat
V.111 be familiar with the naxk
set of foreign frfcei '.n the rogue*
Tno, Internatiofial Police Com-
mission has helped ftcotliuvi Tard
vith ibi preparations. From its
Pan. headquarter* doJalls of
criminate of mdea than 30 ein.
Vrtas are circulated by radio.
Than* movements are noted and
brrvadcas' too.
Sci far no ruUBfuflg; tha criminal Influx has
been workrt out hv ;he Yard- b-it
rtataclivea at olniort* and iMTnt*
are axoacted to ** reinfiicad
In T.on-tn t^rf '^l.-ertt v-l'h
vn'iw'"Hpe nf Taia-
dance trickster* wfl*. mow among;
crowded places A spadal watch
almtid at oeuiraUeing the
pei>dlng the court's decision hs valWity Ue said he wisheil
to ronpli'.c.- what course he couM
take to i*ble an early decision
on the admlsrlbility of certain
argument;;
Taa matin injection ro-
f.tniios the Australian Oovaro-
ment from "declaring" Commun-
ist persons or organisations.
Reuter
vWtora to the IWtlval.
imlcf.1- attaoipt to enter
the country by legal mear.i they
9-til be refused. Nevertheless,
kr-mt art' expected, to imiiggle
thomsalves Into the country.
-M
Wi Trade Worries
U.S. Businessmen
iFrui* Our O*
I-..T.-1.. Bl
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 23
American business is fast dis-
appearing from the Caribbean
urea- particularly from tha British
lien is caus-
ian. jinaj grisat eoaearn to Aiatritan
N PattUlA M- Fi'zgeruld. <1 I business houaes, which before and
rosier and n tlilkei ' ''"""a* "* war dW varj' UtrWing
" referee w Mr. W Ofataa I -* I" these parh.. So says Mr
1-hural.y wtU be tha rCO.1 '
Finals Snappers vs. Uonita.
LAST SPORT
SWAFFHAM. F^'Rland
Members cf Swuffham. RortbUC,, He aaiti that up to last year he
angling club hav* decided to tak-il had roceived orders from hii
nu part in organbw^ nshlua' agents hi certain British West
matches next season. Indian Islands, for his pioducK
The re.ivwi s*W by i club! but this ysar he was informed thet
. W. Thurban, Sales Director of
, ne of the leading American Fibre
; Wood suppliers in the United
States.
ineivibtr was.
"Match angling I* Iweoming. as
r.ervc-racklng as hot
will; bi^kies makli g the odds, 1J
oi <\'>'* and don't*, u"d all the
fisherman working like galley

"Wg Isabeva that uncling is a
port for a man who likes a enoote
there were no puxehasaa to be
mao>. Ha added that It was quite
fortunate (or American export
trade thai the Canadian asautr
had become on par with theirs.
This meant that Americans who
have been- buying Canadian goods
(though the co- asponding articlen
a*ere rruiiiufac Tued in the United
MUWUILn lULUI'lUfl M,
Weaver suivtop in Japan
aud had npaaMdl> insisted that
the flnal decision lay wK
eral MacArthuf? HeaduiitirtrrN
Renter
itefri'i a**a*tc*a
'i 'tnt icomniuen of Attanrai.
wpi......---------- - '~:,
Warspite
Neon End
r^riU a 1
Minister, Sajr
cha>tma:i
De\elouir.e'r.
Of


tha
Coipov.", Q
.
fen-iiv
liWefrlf
enler oirsi'i' >t U
*i JllU.JU'lll
..n.si :'-('.
an the uwcfi a r I Mousing and Tov-n PUirunngw will,
sutipceeil *o be the toprf .\ on: 'What >h..iil.l wa plan
i J |
DUNLOP FORT
CAR TYRES
and ~tTaaev'whaB ^eaw SUteao/Arnai calwUl now turn
to make their pjrchAaaf at home
POLISH CONSUL RESIGNS
IXDNDON, Oct. 2.
Polish acting Consul General In
London, Zygwiunt Schilebcr, has
resigned and applied for asylum
as a pollti-.ul refugee, a Foreign
Office spokesman soruiuncad to-
day.
The spokesman aaid that hit ap-
plication was undai ^-onatileraiiiiii-
Tfie Jcfaettffn * Scbfiebei U
Uie rlfth resignation from the
Polish Em baas y diplomatic irus-
...udon ft"- politioal rea-
sons at as nuuv months.
A PoUah Bmba t(i-ilay eonflrmad Schrieber's ra-
aignation but refused to make any
commentRasttar.
MILK WILL CQST MOUE
rroiu ovr o*t. ffea>j9<'>
PORT-OF-SPAIW, Oct. 29
Mr. Jose da afortlbnin, director
of GrtU and Company, sold al
Piarro Airport thftt the Trinidad
Government may have to pay
more money In the way of sub-
sidies for Caaadian Hour owins to
the revaluation of the Canadian
dollar, 'The prices will go up
about 10 per cent on the landeJ
import cost" he said. He has been
warned that tha prices of conden-
sed milk would be Increased all
over the world because of tha in-
creased price* in *ur>>f *nd tin-
plate.
m
_. I-ONDOBC. |
Warspite, the Navy', "-rand
aW XAdy ' who ha, been ooelgloa
"hlptuer-ker"! ynrd i'or the
toat five years, has reached (he
list chapter tn her SB va*r?
tama
Mount's Bay, Cornwall
Tilere the SlXOO-lon haltleenip
Will ser\e tha nation for aba
laat tuneby providing; thousands
of tons of top-grade staef for
British Industry.
ewhtnua'a active service endfrf
hi 1M9. when she was taken to
Portemouth to have her gun
mountings hoisted off
Fn Is47. towed by two tugs,
ehe set off acainbound for a
ship-breaking ya,^ 'r. the Clyde.
But, caught in a 0 m.p.h gale,
site breke away and wem
aground off Prussia Cove, Corn-
wall.
C300 A Week
For three years, night and day
attempts were mada to salvage
bar. To the Bristol s.-rap metal
flnn who bought her, she con
up to 8300 a week in wages bills.
To a workmau, 24-year-old
John UcQuasrle, her price was
death; he was killed in an
explosion on board last March.
She was finally refloated in
Juiy. But oar trouble* ware
"r & Maw was dki-
covared In her boiler room and
.(jiwund unco ns*r. (
Now the Uilp who served
Britain In 'wo wars is near her
end. UB-8
yOUNGSi F,RS. awdttt growa-
uaa. roiiM m;ike sure of Inzer Caain-
U i'laytina;, and

this young lady bat (wind the way tq
enjoy both' Andrew, is an csciiuut
'ftzry- driox mtefa bringi Wr
C/caaimtss by cleaning ihc mouib,
settling tha stomach, and nww* up the
liver. FsBglly, it genily cfeani the
bowels.
As a refrcsJuhg drink u any lima tifitar
div, thc one teaspooafu) of Andrews
In a glass of water. More impottaui
uBt, don't forget your Andrew* *!
you wake In the morning !
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Hiousands Atttnd
Indian fvstiW
iFTbA Oat Own Qone^potuf"!1
poRT-oF-spAm, Oct. n
I bMM auael <,f paTtsatu tlwaaayssi
the streets of St. Jamas, Porl-of-
Bpain's Indian town, to Join In tha
celebration of Hosea. Parades
end processions leading the tajahs
accompanied by the beating of
drums and the puylng of the
tka (an Indian street dancer
..jg brought to a clow laat night,
-ban tba talahs were dump*.! into
-mm
BLUNDELt'S
PREPARED
HI h n 1 Of if ...
rvqlorcs h"J(h, yon Ii tisjxl sdJhB1
PRAT twpriaa Aaliag thet yea'ie uw -cat, ,
**net ng a ft'toy loaaw WnA' tmtan *M^
]"' hsaa ua.ni MM svach oat at jawrasaf.
Your boJr it ahart of two awnul iUaifcT*ag
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IU Ml ADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. OCTOBER IT, 1*S
BUwrore^^ggnrE Scienee and Agriculture
* rr ev a*~u >_ m* i
FrMny, Otioaar 17, IN*
-HfcHl F1MST"-
THK f-mtBhihiy *>f Grave*vnd ul. siW
for a ride rang* has teen one uf'tlio mat-
ters receiving curwMeration lately. Sam
would iitr* to sew the Rifle Ranee removed,
while others maintain that Gfavey.nd ..
tho best and most convenient site for a
Rift* Ranjc.
Both parties have reasons for their opin-
ions; but 11 must be conceded thai the
i sbacklna. the "status quo "are not
particularly convincing. The nofil
reason nu varied as for as these gentry are
Mummed l the fact that the Range has
been there fur fifty years. And, in an
island where pedestrians rely 09 the fact
that they were them l.rst and therefore
hW an inherited monopoly of tov public
ru*d, a -\a,;n Lo Sffliioruj fa nut to be light-
ly dismissed.
it la impofisibJe 10 refute the statement
inat the rifk- range Hm be*n Ice-tad at
Sy *. W.
Act* Ikfrrckjr
. TUCKER
Of Aartcialisra
Lrravesend for fifty years and tnatTfoTr.-w
activities :mch as the Aquatic Cub. the
bathing Shed and the British Union
ipany are comparative "Babes in the
:HNr" and newcomers to the area. But
h*j anyone stopped to contrast conditions
in Barbados fitty years ago with conditions
to-day. Gravesend in those days was en-
tirely closed tc the public. It belonged to
the War Office and was a military preserve.
A fpr persoiuvwlth ipecial passes from the
Military were allowed to bathe at the
Engineers Pier. Apart from this conces-
sion the area was out of bounds fur civil-
ian*. A rifle range was built there solely
for tho convenience of the Military who
were not particularly interested in the
finer point* of competition shooting; and
as Gravusend was a closed area there was
no fear of any efrcidental killing or maim-
ing o member*; of the public.
When the Military left, the Government
of Barbados was either too lazy or too abort
of funds to abandon an established range
even though conditions at Gravasend had
materially changed.
The Government have now leased part
of the area to the Aquatic Club and to the
Union Oil Company and, quite
n*rAly, have uUemirted. to create facilities
for. tho .-:'-*.sraljiubyc to enjoy sea-bathing
at Gravesend. Tn lite days of the Military
many beaches r^ar Bridgetown were avail-
ifeat U) the puniic but tn recent years built
up areas have extended along the sea coast
so rapidly that the citizens of Bridgetown
Would have to go many miles to enjoy a
sea bath if Graveeend were not available.
Apart from the long standing squabble
blw#en the chicken and the egg as to
which was here first there is a strong con-
jerunu; of opinion that the standard of rifle
shooting would imptove if there were a
range away from the glare of the sea and
the dazzling white sands.
And o'lite en*'* tin ** dw*^**. *r*i
!r...~weuii j.2 oi <. nue range in cose
proximity to sites used by the public, there
is no question that it is time that more
lungs should be provided for Bridgetown.
The entire area at Gravesend should be
transformed into a delightful park with
flowering trees and. ornamental shrubs.
Such a transformation would demand the
removal not only of the Rifle Range, but
of the British Union Oil Company's tanks
which can hardly be described as orna-
mental.
It should ..ot be a Herculean task to find
a new and more appropriate site for a Rifle
Range at such a distance where expense
and time in getting to the range would not
be so great as to kill enthusiasm for a man-
ly and, for that matter a womanly sport.
The rainfall for the month t
September en below average

iHfff approximately 1* cays "1
.'in fell The hca\-lrm
distributed rm- \**r* ** eeaUab.1
00 |h Sin, Mrd., "d ***> : "** f**-b- OUr
Attwdiiu, to rainfall ,Munw mU m mor* Umhed auppiy .n-
reveived lo del* f*>n. 32 ftauora, eluded limes.safest an-
in eruss typical of all wg*. vtT1^/SSJS!^L .
atcgoite* of the Island. ?"* ^ F^""**"*1
tho wcrafa total ralntad .<* Um "': lc*-f.U '-rugm were the eeii*
Island ft* .September ww .7 fr warm, tne a*****-'
swats. The- t.tp.ondina Bgure boiierfly 1
fa 1919 w" U 13 tnchea. and Peww.t AarlculluMU birtructorc
i the even.se for September ft* the x>anu to advocate awM
ipaat toe rears w 7 7! inche*. *"* miwurw.
Th: hig>*. Uvul fall for Sep- 2S2?*22f ^ *^' "*
tataber 1&0, at any of the above ?utent tedder was In free sup-
vm U dt itKbes. record- '*> 'Irougtioot the month
i eir a?* atSfeii in the^shof ?" Uu'',I<1 **" *oWF
I st Threw* a , his. reabiered at a sutler. gj l'> "" P^M At
Tt^ Miafmit *ae (uffteicot lo r"}' *" ^L'S?*
I maintain good axowii^ J2f2
&oti. in pW can*, and ratro otfters wmplelM *>etr "Sprln; *Th;r ....
yiaiuma" A Member ; iields of ^ {^^\
'-' ian**. Ttw t,rr-;diiia v* One !
irv) of ;t
tottl of 1M head
1 the tix station!
'.'-cchidw for Ihr futur
r*\ deniA%i for the lean

alre given ir
<-iAU pUnU arm tilru
- fnfi^ted wrtl.
I
Flant Disease*
D^l Mouu: Oineuv- (EradJciin
12ft 1V4112, during the month re
. .|,_ porird 110 cal,r- jf tnosalc oHr*v
Father in
Repay menu on loans received
during SeeSawber, on.oomed **
a&Tfl is. Tin* amount milwa <.
total of $5u,o78.;'j repaid to date
jsii tsstied.
1 -oO*;ctPi ft-f thf niontb
tot;U of
S^^PS,n^\h^lSSh ? WMi "' ^Pt-mbor.-iududlri, was t\M. .kinji
t^i^ Sni^rSI nu iocK tH"n QUrin WO** paid to date-
*e^artel supply greatly im- monUl ^ hlindwd .l^uny. A su,n Df jsw.afl wj loaned
^Sl*"' iiiWrj ___ -i,ifc 1, v*n gallaAi pf mil* ww pro- to IWmrme.i foi the rnonth, miX-
S~ 5?fL.tS^?iJ2Sr riailnt and 3 h.il or hrr .lock, lo. to CU
"^K "SlfuSS .^JS'S !5 ",'Ju " '" " r,ul^ 0 martin* o( lh rktarUa
^r>T .ppl"^.Uon mlplute^af ,, mM Advlt, Commltle. held
durio* Uio month. ! which 10
r Ho[i.'nj for loan* totalUnc
Ttl fvllowln* PiMlt uecj wi___
buddvd dunn* t h p month: At IhU mrft:o* It wan .. .
Orange 7. lime MB and Man- to awtoMh Urn aoverrmtnt *iw ______
ii.rin 35. Iruit tre deUvrM pnrt"'m to impon cot-. non-l.omniunjsl counl
from Codrington were ai follow!: t*" wl'atolo (or the jesefoblln* | .inaouul ot radio time Used fur such Htrackc
Otne 11 Qrapetrull Lime "' IU"U to be lold loMhemen.i ,, 7^ si^cki
30. Uemoti , Ptpew IK, Golden- Otter iMltara wed-mm* accounts i " greUy diminlsiied, sad much ul Hie
PVle 4, Citrus 2. Breadfruit IB. ^ doceaaert fltbermen. as woU aa; sUr.g is Uoae.
Ouava 6. Grape Z bihI Cherry I backward accoiuiU and tno pro- .
One hundred and ninety-four v'*'on ul a concrete iOab at Bath- j
nomental planta of different heb 'r the cutting of large Mb. |
Moscow
Changes
Tune
W piopaganduts have dropped
:he Kortati wax like a hot potato.
Anu. while it is still loo early to discern
a dettniie trei.d, the at&Oea lone ut Moscow's
sens u. have
within recent day*. There m i, ... jjiack.'
on "Angio-Amt:
more "peace" lalk.
Only a few weeks ago, Moscow'6 Radio
devoted a large share of its time to report:,
of the "heroic efforts ot' the Korean llbera-
toxs" (ineamtiji North Koreans); and to "in-
dignatu>n' meetings m the Soviet Union
affalnst the Aruerican "inU'ivenuon.'
These broadcast* have coaaed. In one
Jo-hour pe.-iod, the only mention of tne
Korean war waa the broudcast, wiihout corn-
meat) ot the brief communiques issued by
.in: NorUi Korean supreme command.
Moscow he* NOT completely stopped its
-if "u'""!'? --'*"'' o" the T'aited Stat'-s and
>t her
well end some
nave be*n observed In the par-
sltas of St. Uuy and St. Philip.
\ alight attaelt of defolioUng
.vorm has been ubwivcd but IhlK
.iaa been kept In cbeek. Seiting
if ihe Cnttort Variety Trtale was
[xnineneed during the monlh and
. contiuulng.
Peeaaat Asriculuirr
Good (reather prevailBd during
' ue month and food cnyp% gener-
.Uy continued to make progress. jJVJtciit"%fero dJahTbuted "" wea-e also dlacuasad'.
iSosae sweet poutoae and corn [n j^nion u, a* tbov9 t9Sx The "Inve-.tigator" carried out i u
Wr^?,?? .mod**ft casuerlna. TM rn.hog.ny"and *">um* experiments chiefly m 1 character, with items uke this
w^yields oewined. As itauai at 4S, ,^ u ^ corinecUon wl'
thla tUe of the year, vegeubte ,ribw|w, ** nao fltf krna flh with
cardan crops were tn 'Untied rntmiwlftnl 1
"g,v.no,.p.-;.-.. * eSSSsrssa^' ssrtr^vs-ia,
i.Oed with the good growthmnui- "? " ^**-rou"ne. "^J* bank ipptting u,d Jepth reVord-
Mlr.,d by both plant and ratoon ' Jj't < i>'"> in. w.7. .% on S.,,TSe
'< bagging aale ot "beet and clean- j^^p h fa ( ,h ,
Some cotton plot, are well ad- i" <><* repairing of the Urdu. t^ ^.rulUm .,u Coi,u.iu.
vancod and have altaady begun "*"* * cot".ms, P"* 'hrou#.out October and Novcm-
flowerlng and boiling So far no th breeding unit l< being gept b^" "
widetpiead nig h been m operation so as to maintain Ihe Calckea trf Bah were again
;auaed by the cotton leaf worm, neceaarr stock of paraslta In .maU ujrou-houl the month
.Uabama rglllieo Peuanta. readiiKM for next anuon'< work KlBerimenlel
howaver. re being adviaed to do The annual pre-horvart counts ,..._ '. '".,' m .
preveutlve spravlng *1th toad of cane stalks Inflated, have been .A-0***0 **'nnlBg nanl
sraenaic solution. started during the month at tne Production ot 18 a count cotton
Several peasants, eepeeially in cane breeding plots at Henley: so yarn (or ubc .1 the West Indl.ni
ihe Cnrlit Church and St. Philip fr. there has been low IndeSance Kr.lttlag Mills w- 2\H lb. Two
.ircaa, planted plota of the variety of moth borer infe*latir,n. but a grades of 5 ply ltrs cord weru
Virginia Bunch during the month slight to moderate amount also made rrom existing stock.
Other pints planted earlier aro of termite damage was seen, of single 10's
looking well. Some rat damage was also sound weight* of the two gradea being
l.:.rgi' quantities of breadfruit* louring tht> month 90 Llaotihaga 1,417 lb.
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Moscow's Radio in recent weeks has
trftsaed the "peaceful" side of the Russian
in aoamon to tne shove, 1,939 *."" ",^pw vtimro ouij,
--:-- casuerlna, 7iH mahogany and troUml. -fxpenmentt chiefly in,*"
a?-.------i-_i_i ttom Mtrlvu of the king fish aea.0.1 I*""*- ihis city has the largest opera house
In the U.S.S.R., with au auditorium seating
2,000. It's troupe of singers and dancers
numbers about 1,000. Novosibirsk also has
a theatre of drama and a children's theatre."
"Recently Byeloruaittan industrial estab-
^iaiiments more than doubled the output of
goods lor mass consumption. In this year
alone production of about 1,000 new articles
has been mastered.
North Korean Sword
"The Republic manufacture-* bicycles.
aewlng machine*, radio sets, gramophone*,
rugs, vacuum cleaners, etc"
The attacks on the West have included
.stoiies like the following:
"ViennaThe Democratic Presj cites new
SMXWL, Ay iRyihJG LEVtlVf ersuraot o' Conununiat Mayor Lee (ac*a *mch expose the policy of militarlza-
tnere is an ancient Korean "' 5""" "i?5"'- "". 'I"!! Norlh ition "hteh "> being carried out by ihe Aus-
proverl. urhlch asms: Beware from a "psojues ootnmlttce" for Korean afmutai of Junloe. an-.......... ". '
,.f a sword hiding behind a smile.- Ubaral rtca rations from .are- nouncw that about one-third of I '" authoritieg and the western occupation
North Koreans who held the bouse stores in the cttf. assouTs population which num- powers In Austria.....
South Koresn capital of Seoul for As for tie noo-Conmunisti. bared more than a million and a
three months made no attempt to listen to the problem watch eon- ball st the wars outsat would "Mosmw.Thr. han-nlc tmiscrln. cf the
hide their sword behind a smile, fronted a University asatsbmt pro- have to evacuate Seoul because of Moscow -inc heroic struggle of the
During the occupation period, lessor's wife named Bvong Oh. Amurtcan bombings. i Italian working people against the policy of
It Is estimated that this sword fell 'rrsattanlbr it would take B Tta purpose of this order. !/-.,__ ,l 0.iM,0i inH,,.,^, ,,,i,;,.v, i.
or. the necks of at least 5,000 whole day to buy enough food for acaeadmi to mm-Comrauntet real- j -'atwjnog the national industry which is
Seoul rosidsats who bad no bane- one meal for myself and my three denw, ass to provide a choice uf being carried out by the ruling circles of
tit of trial or counsel. children,- she said. daairalle bousing In over-crowded [ T,ol ,. .,,.., , ,. -,..____-.;
Tlvi. was th. figure given to _. _,, , S>ul lor the inilug of North '"W on the ordo "' "> American .mpert-
tbis corraepondent today by Lt. _r^t_*S'S Jiev* "2 r"*' Korean and for favoured Com- alisla, m the subject of an article by Pravda's
S.,r A". aSi-CS ^ ^.?-& ? ._. "WSlp. ousrtcr of miUion <*- correspondent. 0lfa Chechelkina.'
rorps which is raw lnvestlg"atlng 11"I,hl!*?uld, '5j2 *? !?!? J!! 'e"lf-^> were cvacuatad from
Communist acllvll)- during the "^.Jf^'.rf^h ."i?,. SoSul '-"?" "" profrainma
week, of Rad occupation. DO0V"d "*' ^^ '" J? S^L^Jg^JSS '. P"l5n ^^ lht bl M^ ,Uck w,"ch
There Is nothing harder to come ^Thfj hwiaawUa 1 not unique, the homes of PresWent Synaman : have been more or less regular features of
;-y in Seoul during these flrat two The North Korean reglm* In Seoul Rhee, Ami1can Amtwaandor -
tvaefef followfng the eltyV llbera- made no apparent atteeapt to pro- John J Muocio and others lor
uon than cceinnned etaliatk-r. But vide seme auilable dJatnlnrtion of CommunLit dignitarlea.
Amertean officials In the South the war-llmiird E /_-.._ ;--i -, -.i-'.-i- :, tjs-> ^ 7 rnake "ttw Wsam all >'fl -. ..->
i^UaL ..'*. _trta. Lsa^a. -.cour.'., are ajosefl ; tng (l" ^o>u> f*%.use leader hair) n
Here are aome other South -he aitlre period of Coron-.o.i)st SunI ^t ha stayed there only
Korean ntltnates of the work occupation ao the people ouldn't Dce on hie single visit to Seoul,
wrought by the Communist even draw on their savings to so report! aay.
sword: help. Muccio s residence has a sign on
Twenty thousand Seoul real- .. ... "*.*< for No. 4 men," but
dents tailed South Korean Home Minister apparently had never been lived
Thirty thousand daported to Chouh ^yoag Ok said: in although some articles had been
North Korea "The Communlstj threw away a stolen.
great opportunity to win sym- As In Naal-occupied lands where
More than iO.000 young Kirean pathy for their cause when they the heavy knock of the Ceetapo
men sumrrarily taken into the made no effort to feed the popu- became a dreaded sound in the
North Korean army or into work lace. nigtht, ao In Seoul Communist-run
brigades- -and lh.it Is the figure "Even persons who welcomed police usually made their rounds
(or Seoul alone. the Communist victory soon felt when people slept.
Although the Communist party otherwise when their stomachs Not uncommonly these police
had been outlawed In South were empty. Under the wjgrsl would htlp themselves to radios,
Korea, the North Koreans found days of Japanese rule there wea Jewelry and other valuables in
an underground organization of much more to eat than during the course of their searches.
30.000 Communists ready to serve those 90 days." But perhaps the greatest loss of
iriem In the capital city, accord- Besides rice warehouses, the property came from small gangs
ing to counter-intelligence corps North Korean regime confiscated of thieves which nourished piir-
ligures. all warehouse stocks of clothing licularl) when people would go
The North Korean functionaries and Issued coupons only to to the air-raid shelters
who flocked to Seoul and filled selected Conununlst members at Some jailbirds were taken into
such hotels as the chosen party special prices, tn Use case of the North Korean army but most
lo capacity, and trusted Seoul rice, the price to Communist of the 9,000 inmates were given
Communists benefited from the members In good standing was liberty to roam the city at will
occupation. 500 won per measure. deapite their records of crime
They received special tickets In the middle of July, the gov- I.N.S
But this sort of thing is very mild In com-
a'0^2^^rtMoscov/,s Radio in the past two or three
vears.
r *; v ha.s ren uo re*', a Utz tne sada*
change in propaganda tactics. But the tactics
have changed.:
LN.S.
1,250 MILE WALK
WREXHAM, England.
Leonard Mackreth. 46-year-old Flintshire
Jairyman, has just started out on his longest
-ound a 1.250 mile walk to Rome as a Holy
Year pilgrim.
Mackreth said:
"I hope to reach Rome by December 22.
"I am going through Belgium, Luxembourg
ind Switzerland."
Mackreth's target is 2tt miles a day.
I.NA
OIH HKAIM 1LS SAV :
Defence
The Editor. The Adeoeaie,
SIEsReading of atrocities on
American soldiers. Communucn
ate.. I think everyone should feel
ery concerned over the situa-
tion, and our one aim should be
Is preserve peace
Civilised nations must hold to-
jrethe- and work in unity.
Churches must have revivals,
more employment Agencies must
be opened up, and here in Bar-
bados we must set our own house
In order.
The Tounlrics boasting high
civilisation must not let them-
selves down by lack of charity tn
their own homes Deviation from
hose things th*t preserve a na-
tion, will indirectly aid com-
munism, The remedy lies with-
in ourselves. 1*1 us strengthc t
our aide. DatSPCe programim-
would also help Barbados and
her unrmplovment problem.
COhCESNED CITIZEN.
Behinil Timv
The Edirrn-, The Edvncate
SIR, -I read your article about
the lack of observation of time in
Barbados, .ind thi- should be
remedied
As one who has travelled, I
find that knowing the time helps
to get one ahead. It seems a big
joke with some people even to
enquire the time. In Barbados
"they have the world of time".
Closing of shop doors have also
increased this disrespect of valu-
able time
Unless Barbados gets busy and
scraps her backward habits, she
will be another 100 years behind
"Tiino'.
LOOK AHEAD.
breads discontent, and stifles our
true feelings. Here Is where the
enemy gets headway.
Get busy, let us save our flag!
AMERICAN SYMPATHISER
No iinp. dear maafsr. can cure taa
Which tytrjwMn our kIio -i hewst
am
Tin nastS for a balmr Haan intf mind
la mu um rsFmady you ihmiid am)
If lova foe hala you wouio inlar-
Race Separation In
South Africa
Jfotar
To the Editor. The Adrocate
ata.
TUB nrarnlns braaka. Wa *tua( to
aefcool |0,
Halfai-. are mar and rdratura'a Boa*.
Now face w the mailer. coM ant
atern,
Bteea'4 with (a< leaa b.-ain than Man.
Wh do wa fastr to ant^r tha roomT
Our nrmanU are Ud> m can ba.
Tha book*, though few. are sood aad
To (he Editor. The Advocate,
SIR.I am shocked at the ter-
rible atrocities which American
boys are undergoing as America
has been a friend and helper to
all nations. This cruelty should
be checked by condemnation of
rvcry country in protest
Lack of patriotism which
fosters gratitude, is the outstand-
ing cause, and American and
British countries have lacked a
showing of their pride in their
countries and great deeds.
Even here in Barbados, we
could be more patriotic. By lov-
ing our country, we will take care
of our own. Neglect of this duty-
say, what ia lhara Ihai alwuld huwlar
rT
Prayer* hava bean uid and aamaa are
tahan,
Faith in our achool remain. vaaabaB,
But lo' tha mailer atarwla; llatan ye.
Sir Oracla aa.iafcj aa conda* wa aaa;
Boyi. I'll ba damned U thaaa aSfdaa
remain.
rtcport after ri>ait all aay tha aaatst.
The wfvk m achool la far below atraad-
ard
Taachlna todaz U not in lha vansuara
hW dealt a n oiurtfsjui
Hn". aay* a boy (ram
ahoaa. out bnaae leal
r nuu rteht down taa
nolldavi be a inti- lonair
our v,.Uin
meat ihii
ich aivc-
all.P.
"*Ui ominnu.
batalnd
*M
A cold ihuddi
apfna
Could n.t nol
So
Aad cfevaek tha saara Umi rjcbMl
_^ do mnsa.
Then rood raauRa will mwt nurelr
Aai evaryonja anil then uv "Wall
4^mr PUTH
Social Work
To tfve Cdsror, Thr Adiwafe.
Sffl,I am very sorry to so,,
that tha Church is not taking, it.,
rifhtful place in Social Welfare
Social work, to bear fruit, must
take a new trendthe old regime
of ruling by fear, mu-e, be
.scrapped. People want to be
happy and free, and not to ix-
.'UarnaUsed by charitykiralricMs
only, and an aim to uiadesstand
tha weaknesses of human nature-
a desire to build rather than
destroy -It is this spirit lha| will
bring results. St. Paisl clautu'd th.i:
ba was Ue chlefest of sinners, and
li, this way won thousand*
The spirit of Jesus should be
the pivot on winch social work
should revolve1
He came not to save the
righteous, and those- who think
they are paragons can not belp
others
With thanks,
HUMAN IT ASIAN.
JOHANNESBURG.
Supporters of Prime Minister
Duniel Malan's policy of apartheid
- race separationclaim it Is cap-
turning the imagination of white
South Africa because the hugo
reservoir of Africans in the native
reserve has broken Its historic
bounds.
Throughout South Africa na-
tives are pictured as pouring into
towns which, only a few years
ago, were predominantly white.
Since the beginning of white
civilization In South Africa there
has been a sort of geographical
apartheid. The Africans are
largely concentrated along the Im-
mense watershed t the Drakens-
burg, a range of mountains Just
inland from the east coast running
hundreds of mile* from north to
south.
Now the rise of South African
industry has broken the dikes
With few prospects of a lim live-
lihood In their own crowded re-
serves and the reasonable certain-
ty of Jobs and wages in the fac-
tory and minlna towns, native
youth began trickling Into the
white areas shortly after the turn
of the century. The first world
war saw the stream of native Im-
migration swelling, and it grew
steadily between the wars.
Turned into Flood
Then the second world war
turned the stream into a flood.
Since 1939 tens of thousands of
Africans have flowed into evary
nook and cranny of the white tn-
dustrinl system. Overnight satel-
lite African townships sprang up
around every one of the Union'.s
nisijor town.-. Even smaller towns
and villages, wherever there is a
factory chimney, have found new
black populations on their door-

Evan under the previous gov-
ernment led by the late field
Marshal Jan C Smuts town after
town erected legislative barriers
against the encroaching natives
Mi.l thec paper controls had little
effect.
Now the flood in lapping shout
and finding the Euro-
peans unprepared Even Dr. Ifa-
uonallst parly so far has
little more to offer than a slogan,
' ( a return to the geo-
graphical separation of the last
century It Is a vision which finds
increasing support among the
whites, Its prac
meet > phj mce and
world heel
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Kola Tonie. I1.M per battle
Bleak and KMaey, 42e. per
tin.
SulUiu ruddinas. tBc. per
tin.
Skoulders of Lamb. Me per
'b
Rabins ice. per lb
A RUM PUNCH
HAMS & BUTTER
Australian l Hams
Danish Tin Hams. 2 lbs. and
IS lbs
Table Butter In Package
Table BtiUrr In Tin
TEA, BISCUITS
& CHEESE
Choree lips Te*.
Ce~r (hoeuUte BisruiU
Cans Creaa. Btwuito
NiW Zetland Un-t-sf
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER tl, 1M
sAfiftADOS ADVOCATC
f ACE PIVK
House. Shop \
Damctgerl
By Fire
T !


II i* insur.d.

Lelongine. ti SiTJn. wn damagei'

The shop
Both Oru were i>u! out \jy
'TW BDCGnMOH \
gave showi at :>.
tnseday. The sub-
ject of ll m boys w
"Roots ji u ih,r. for
the girls H The Hutu* Fly'.
an tht- house fly
"pe.
BOIS at Ihe A
nltrested in boxing.
punching bag has aliead beer.
mltulleo
ci boxer is doing toe instructing.
Advocate" WM told yes-
terday u *tcr of the
School has displayed great inter-
est and it it hoped that the boxing
wdi be i success Evenings for
training are Wednesdays aodJn-
days.
TMlfc BAXTERS BRIDGE at St.
Andrew we* damaged dur-
ing the heavy iiuit on Sunday
*btMftt cannot pas**
over ihc bridgv and passengers gat
oH at one emi to be transferred to
s 'bue.
. T -.rm-DAT ESTCK|lAY
rum iMKASVMitx m tnw
Ifctase
Enlarging
Forbidden
IN HOUSING SCHEME
IF AN
IBM un.<


irutnict* tlii StoUeR Bon
Xnias Trees
Galore
STORES have a big supply of
this year. There
null imported tree* at
arhkfi am
made local*, nod there is a big
supply of toys to go with ihem
By thin time In December many
hornet will be a-spurklc
decorated imitation fir ireee
The "Advocate" yesterday vis-
ited Johnaon'a Stationery and
a'\ and was told at both
atoras that the supply of toy* this
year U the biggest since pre-wat
pie cat
George Webst
net' the mysterioui stone throwing'10
I.ut ndin there was none. re :'
Isalene Webster, daughter of | ^JT_^rh,_ w,u1c?.tlo,"'i **~&
isi thine
._.: -i
of TomBmT
FILL HER UP
WITH SMILES
A MOTORIST drives up to Service Station and an
attendant wipes off hit windacreen and then politely auks
him. what can be done (or him, checks the
car, the distilled water in hi* battery, ami inc. putt In
the amount of gag ordered,
..... ~~" Ti
ar. --, laveryday occarreiue [a Barbados
lffOtOri8t fraught /And 11 ronm_rreni a well thuugii
George Welter, told the Adeo-1 ar-iaon *. there age not only
eata yiMterday that the inrldentt'rucir'; ,"' r'"rt u>> l'**', balls
rumoured by the people air im- jf*J 25""" Th,'rp l" a "W
true. She Mid that *h has never '
*^en alone ihiovunx di
day. No pots, tables. gi.isMK or
lamps were jumping around or
never did. She also said thai it
U not true that an axe run a man
up a b.
"It if come of the people that
giilhrr around the house at night
that are responsible (or the btoiio
throwing rtnd we would like the
I help us", said lsalet "Our tt&rdem and flowers hove
been destroyed by idlers tramp-
ling through it", she .id
net wilh which th.
can by following th.- orlnt<-d
DsjrtnKtiota awiiniila ., :.-> t*i
for himself
Then, at Johnson s Stationery.
there art- toys like n miniature
sew mill factory, Bnd a i
.t. the latter equipped with test
tubo*. rttot
At Harrison'a the Advocate"
way told that although the atort
li full of toys at present, more
are awaiting delivery nroifl Wtva*
houses and more are on th

l ir.at ii Wednes-
a crowd of pi
rounded her father's house saying
that a spirit was inside it Her
foiher opened the front door and
allowed them to come in .mil have
a look. After seeing nothing they
soon afterward* walked away.
Earlier (his week Guurgc Web-
ster reported to the ?>; k
number of people were ajtsembltng
before his house ant
il it lie later md> an-
other icpori and said th*t vorre-
thing hnd struck ihe house but
ho did not see what H
THE MOBILF.
give a show at "
CIM \l\ will
i*ha
Agricultural SUtion Yard, 81.
Philip,, to-night at "30 o'clock
TBS t'OUOF BAND will play
at Homings Roekt at 8 o'rlorlt
to-night. Thli is one of their
u<,u'.I fur'mfihtly concerts.
"Cyril E. Smith"
Under Young
Skipper
THE 35-ton schooner "Cyril E.
Smith" arrived at Barbados yea-
torday under one of the young-
est sklppi steer a
v-ocMi into BrideU>wn
Tlia mauler waa 21-year-old
'i Herman Ash ton, who
him had via years' sea experience.
From a schooib^, Asnton be-
; i'iy nuvigdUun with Ins
brother Captain KeUer who l
now skipper o,' the motor ves-
sel "Lady Patricia.''
After he left school he start-
iman's career. He |atn-
ed the "LoUte H" ,,
It :.s not long after tins that
he was promoted to sailing
SVBIL GRIFFITH of Bank Hull master of the schooner "Frank-
reported to the PoJire that '>*n D. It "
165 In canfi and a gold chain! He spent sonic time In St
valued .V *ad from a Vi!*ce!it working as a mote oi* a
'ounter at the Ideal Store on c*h launch before beconiing
..<> udw yf ihe 30-ton
Seott, which
poBKH'r uramue .-.' While entries an auaUierv ensflB*.
"X. P^rlt Roh;| .*rw>M(wi tV,.t a '
/ih"' '*1 *> V . io ...i.. waa
the moto. -ar M 22|^ wnilet j:1' *r oT \he "~Zni .* Smitn "
RnaH This trip from St. Vincent **
i parked at Wnite Park Road
e-ty
li i
i his prop-
FISHlkMKN AT I'. \ I ll-llllli
St. Joseph, are at pn
saged in knitting nets, painting
boats, and building new masts for
their fishing boats so thin the)
would be seaworthy tot
ing flying fish season,
The it h i
are not very encournaina and
recently many boats which ven-
ture out every day generally
ii turn in the afternoon with very
iittle to sell.
Some of the men are complain-
ing that the "fish"' equipment I-
much too dear and In some cases
cannot be obtained from the
f lores.
The gill net Is finding much
favour with nshrrrm'ti ground the
FIVE TRAFFIC OFFKNCKS
were recorded in the Police
Report* on Wednesday. Two mo-
torists were reported for exceed-
ing the speed limit:
driving in a dangerous
one for driving without the ap-
propriate licence and | i
riding his cycle without a light-
ed lamp to the front.
Barbados has been the first for
him on the "Cyril E. Smith." He
h.is recently taken over from
Captain Hutchuu. The "Cyril t
Smith" Is owned by Mr Mitchell
Of St. Vincent.
Captain Ashton took almost five
mg Ihc "Cyril E Smith"
ii nV St Vincent here. He eom-
, irc,i of experiencing a lot of
cairn during the voyage, and of
the lehooner having no auxiliary.
With good weather prevailing, he
felt that he would have made the
trio in a little over one dav.
The Cyril E. Smith" has
biought a cargo of only 300 bags
of copra from St Vincent.
Inquiry Postponed
THE inquiry into the death o
Clnvls Holder of Howells Cross
Road was fuither adjourned by
Mr. E, A. McLeod, Coroner of
District "A" yesterday until
Fildtiy. November 10.
Clovis Holder who was reported
missing on September 14, wat
found in a well at the Belle
Plantation on September 21, and
was taken to the General Hospital
where he died on Wednesday
September 27.
DINE TO-NIGHT
- AT -
BAHBAOOS LEADMXC
CHINESE RESTAURANT
Delightful meals, prepared in our spotless
ki'-chen . served in our pleasant surround-
ings, we know yodll enjoy our chef's specials.
Stop In tcdghl:
THE
GREEN
DRAGON
Open 9 a.m. to Midnight
In Speed Trap
JOSEPH GIBBS of St. Thoma-
wat found guilty yesterday oi
x .iotot !-rrv T-17f on Bay
hour on August
Mr E. A McLeod before whom
waa heard lined hun 20,'-
!o 'm paid In one month
days' imprisonment. Mr. W. W.
Reece KC appeared on behnir of
Uibb* while Sgt. Forde prosecuted
police;
Cpl. jonm in giving evidence
said that on August 12 about 2.12
p.m.. he was on dut> along Bay
S'reet Road, p.c 441 Jones also
ace onpanled him. They stooo
tooul 110 yards away irom each
oth,-r und this was measured by a
tape. Hu had stop watch No 21
and Jones stop watch No 20.
There was a b!u*> chalk line
drawn across the road M
was the trap. 11 saw
lorry T-176 proceeding to Bridge-
town and it appeared to be ex-
ceeding the spoed limit which is
15 miles per how oi'i
When the from wheel of the lony
touched the blue line he start-d
his watch to work *nd then walk-
ed to .'ones. He met him in the
trap and they compared fhet
walrhes N,. 20 watch read 3
seconds and No. 21 51 seconds.
Asked by Sgt Forde whether
they could have made a mistak*
checking the speed of the loriy.
Cpl. Jones said that it was un-
likely tor hun to do such a thing
at lie had 12 years' experience In
peeds.
Gibbs in making his defence
aid Hurt he was the driver of the
motor lorry that day. He said that
there wai much traffic bfl mo
road so 'ne was forced to drive-
slowly, l'e could not say what
peed he waa gelr,* at a* the lorry
hadi. h a speedometer.
M .st Rainfull sterday
RMU fell every day thU week
in p'i the districts of the island.
ihe weather broke suddenly on
Sunday at a.out 12.10 p.m. with
flashes of lightning and thunder
accompanying the heavy showers.
Over two inches of rain were re-
corded in the St. James, St. Philip.
St. Peter and St. John areas
On Monday the rain still con-
tinued to fall, but not as heavily
as Sunday and everyone was
DOtiead going around with their'
rain coats. Boarded Hall received
the heaviest rainfall of 24 parts.
Tuesday and Wednesday were
comparatively dry days and all
over the country farmers were
engaged In ploughing the soil and
planting crops.
Although many farmers have
complained of the gradual denuda-
tiim of the sol) by the rain, the
majority are still looking forwur I
to some good crops. The St Pctcr
distrlct had 03 part-; of rain on
Tuesday while on Wednesday
Holetown received 37 parts.
Yesterday was mainly bright but
in the numing there were some
slight showers. Up to 3 p.m Dis-
trict "B" Boarded Hall had the
highest fall of 17 parts which f*-ll
early In the morning.
out plan to give the motorist bet-
[ier service
I This very weal
tion Salesmen air Dving trained a.
the State Serviccntei. Poeourt.
Street.
When the Advocate >'t*lu-j the
I. -., tc.-(center yesterday. Mr.
, 1_, -
was comIuTirnar--__^y>
Dd s*r.-lee trunr^nssa-
tbe hydrometer aud voltage teats
and undcr-hood liawtseUee
The course ends this week nnd
has been in progress Since October
It
The nation salcftinen have learnt
to operate hydraulic mcIuv remove
and mount car wheels, repair car
tube*.
Ihc-. dismounted cat
tubes and mounted thorn again
They leaml how to give quick and
I'tonCon to a radiator as
well as manning a gieose gun and
giving a ear the works
On the theoretical aide they
' the characteristics and
qualities of gasolene, the theory of
sales and service and the mti-ir-
tnnce on salon of the keeping of
clean driveways, clean restrnoms
clean salesrooms and clean pump
islands.
In other words, when one drives
up to a service station end saye
'fltt her up'* he gats gas and ex-
it: rt service *t well.
B.G. Gold
Mine Shuts
GEORGETOWN, Oct. 25.
The decline in the exchange
value of gold in terms ot wages
end commodities coupled with
legislative control on sales con-
tinues lo have an adverse effect
mining interests in Hmtsh
.here the Anaconda
Company, big concession holders
recently ceased operations.
In a letter appearing In to-dayv
Dally riueatele an* wntlen from
Aurora landin,.'. Manager Frank
Buckle o' Cnyjni GoMAi
lied, a Can- 'an leern r* *
"whatever r-a. ~ hV..l b Jtt
International Moneury Fund may
ve for recommending against an
crease in the official price of
gold, (as they did again recently,)
It la clear that little consideration
has been given lo the very large
increase in the cost of producing
gold, or expressed another way
to Ihe severe decline in the a>
hacifra value of aoht la terms <>t
rti>Rei niKl commodities"
If producer* of gold in BrtthUl
! [pped bullion to New
Tdrfc f"r ,ale at the official price
of S35 US. currency they will
net approximately SS9 II W I per
fine ounce after royalty and all
shipping charges.
They are forbidden by Govern-
ment regulations to export gold
for sale to other than official
buyers at a fixed price If they
rage permitted to sell their gold
ic a free market they would ncl
U-twocn 70 and ** (BW.I) pei
not ource". Can. Pre**.
$35 FOR TW1
DEAD PELICA \S


Tannts ai -span
-atsj*
AUre.1 ft svirber

I

rfi Offlee

" \ id tw
pebcan^ .. .( cap-
tured. Sonwiim, .-,-, t^iic
ronstoU* boarded llu
ineaUgaie the rej
.
before th
kJeJttHi U corpora -n
' Ix s o
on him Id w.

ofwted
id
SUGAR WORKERS
STRIKE

i ttljr t^' it* h-a sskSBBasBsn*.
eassrssial


ii -.t ifiM try to

rout rhi-oe reais ac>
reetdants
-> told .lur rape.
t>.at they
[ r re quite p!c:a I Ues that had heeri proi
'oventmoiit. Of reuraa,
have to U
.plained Ihet
itda h..s treated
quit* a pivbltfi the>e days.
Trim an r coaU of
red paint along with the i
kitchen gardens, the rt houses In
th* area present a plei.-dng pfc-
ne travels alon;:
'i vela
Water Part In
tile deval-
oped, water, toilet and bath hav-
ing b-en installed on "eeh house-
hohler's area. There i-
trit llghtmn along the gtreafj am.
aevernl .( th*- oceuniers have tn-
s'tdled this lighting in their home*
as well. Already there Is a pin'
tng Meld and there is the likelihood
that a pavilion will be erected
Th'.rr mrv three kinds of build-
ings in the district One consists
of a bouse nn<.< kitchen: anether I
house and shed roof froni eud to, l-ta
end. and the othei. two hous and $**' '%
I kitchen, the front house being J ". P'
ESrsnfwJri; 8
rtth hig famliv !'" "^'ve this lumour.
UoansAa
. but iiaiiwT ihWr^i* _
agreement which operates, he *s v
- VI.. *.*
\N
, POKTOF-fc UN.
Only a few of the 400 arkei
-
Sugar ftaUitca L......,1, .....
'ii vork earl th.
Mtthi
The workers sinicn iai Tfcu!>
day because of a dispute regeun
ing tea increeiit' In the <
UM Sue
of work given t< i so
ml. '
-nee v.ith ihi
.Tiakuiit renree>
ment. The
m
____The v.._
ed to be-bock
day.
'ttii'
aRElLLY IS GRAS'Q
INSPECTOR
iTl-Qin Oiir Own CnirNpwSiJj
rr.itr of-sp;jH
Mr Guy O'Reilly. Kf;3
been appoint,11
. .%VV.V.V."ii .
~'F w,s t
a a w e e *..
m m a a

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DONT MISS
THIS OPPORTUNITY!!
CREY FLANNEL PANTS
>t $14.00 und $15.40 pair
GREY WORSTED
t 118.00 pair
WHITE LINEN
t $11.59 pair
WHITE A KHAKI DRILL
at $8.47 pair
HARRISON'S-**** st.
oL ISS4
DECORATIONS
AT
I WEATHERHEAD'X
\.liable to mke any addltd____
complained thjit during the rainy
weather the water found Its way
Into the house along the sides and
m.de lui family van ancomnwi -
ai-lc. He attributed tlvit ui inui
wockmanshlp Anothe-
he made Is thU the at an
tw* far away In the yard
building. "It should uivc licrr.
near the kitchen." he said, "so thai o
whan rain falls one ar iuM not \
necessarily have to get wet if he \
his to gel water."
Mire-Parchaae S>at m
The Deacon's Road Housing
S(.rienio was the Rl
Ml. '
aie paid roi -n the lir-pm-chase TTTJ ,".
systtm. The first kind of house 15
mentioned Is at 2s. per week ar(a
two at i. per wee*.
Each householder pay^
ntfpenrc tow*r-i-
iaA
The purchase aareement ex-
tends over a period of 20 year*,
but one can get possession of hrs
house In 10 years If he la able to
pay for It In 'hat gfena. In no ease
ran he get possession earliei. This \
i a .u made, it was Learnt,
to prevent outsiders from < nmlng
In and profiteering to the posslble
of the householder. I
Cost of the smaller nous, i. f. 104.
Ihs others isa.
The scheme was start'M In 1938-
0 so that thone who have been
iiul.irly have now paid
down half of the house's value.
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Schooner Off
THE .chooner naiiu.u, well
known in the rice I 'adc between
British Guiana and Barbados,
vill hardly be calling al Barba-
dos within the next fve months
The irhooner is undergoing ex-
arariee repairs In Rriiisi Guiana.
I,c Advoesjie was Informed yes-
terday.
venal the MaaeaU left Harba-
Cm for I'.riiish Guiana M
it was taken on dry doc
ill bottom repaired.
Its former skipper 1
:;ow skipper of the I
HgsJak

" Tl, A|H
Trnatl n ,,
xa*i rm t!wi
is tlaan
* T*- IblaHr-f OfeSM hair.
L."Wt ttt '"*" "-
sin *ipiu' *"' *"
paacaa reaai a u uv
W U, (vK.m.1, fv|, .)
To mflaVFJ*Y0ury Dish
really taity^-
ma nmmm\
uMITED
MARMITE
The Vitamin Yvast Foodf
Mfcde in Kngland
... July
fit lo ha
::4

Almandoz Succeetia Tanf
"rTbrVT-OF-SPAIN. Oct 23
Alderman Aubrey Andre
Almandor who succeed* Mayor
Norman Tang as Mayor of Port-
of-Spaln. Mr. Almandoz has been
a member of the City Council for
Flour, Meal Come
TWO THOUSAND bags of
.vheut flour and 2,000 baws of
ornmeal from New Orleans were
landed here yeg*grda t,\ ti
Hi rwegdan si..ni-hn1 "Gefnirv "
The flour was consigned ro
Messrs Hull ft Alii wl.il, the
dniimeal come to Messrs .
Da Costa A Co., Ltd,
t)ther cargo of the "Geirulv*1
included com starch from New
An.<*r** Orisans and confectior.;r> ...
coffee beans ftom Jamaica
The "fleirulv" left port la**.
night for British Guiana Its
agents here -r Messrs. Rober'.
Thorn Ltd.
v I'M J

l\
mm,
SPECIAL FOR TO-DAY!!
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No. I nttOAII STRF.FT
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<
IF YOU ARE
MAKING YOUR
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WE OFFER
Chocolate Cake Mix Per I'bt
Vanilla Cake Mix Per PI". .
Orange Cake Mix Per Pkt
flinger Mix Per Pkt .
Wix Per Pkt.
Apples Per lb.....
hmall"wg ot Boxes:
Marahmallows-4 lb. Tins
Little Miss Mu.Tct Jullkct^ Per Bet
Steak Pudding 1 lb. Tin ........
Spaghetti in Tomato Saute With Cheese .....
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Firewo'-s in 4 Sizes including Bomb:!, Starlights
and P*3,ry Matches Etc.
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m
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1*5*
A breath of England comes to you
with these toilet articles for men.
The unforgettable fragrance of
M'tcham Lavender from Surrey
lanes... captured by Potter and
Moore with a process of distillation
perfected over two hundred years.
MITCHAM LAVEMEI
LAVINOfft WATtB | TALCUM M)*W
TOH.tr SOA" I SHAVING SOA
*n.LiANtiNt ] taoziN eeiiUAnre
Am.SMAi lotion
On SU at BOOKERS (B'do.) D,u, Store,
Sore Mouth
Loose Bloody Tooth
IHllig 0mi. Hot. Mouth And Uoooo
TWth mean that *ou have Pyorrhaa.
Tunch Mouth or paHtapa eottw bad dtaaaeo
(hat wll; aooner or later cauar nmr laath
i. fall uul and mar alao caiw Ithcumallon
.id HMD Troubla. AiKMia rtopa "
M~*ini h* llrat day, nda aore nwwn
.ir.l .(ukkly tlhuni Ih. ta-ih Irvn rlad
Amoian mull make tour
."
T,...l Knit
Cough
Relief!
Bach toothing "d delicious
VkK* Cough Drop moJK^-s
afcy, irritated throat -
ajMnbteiuafotUto
15 full minutes. ,ei
FRESH 01 >n TOMATO SAUCE
A, a BRYDEN & SONS AGENTS.
Cough
Itsffef!
THE PHANTOM
. BY LEE FALK RAY MOORES
Palmolive Beauty Plan
-^oved by doctors
brings loveli&r-rakjn to
2 women out of >in 14 days!
Attar irsi, on 1,384 women lor
11 days 39 doctors (including
leadfeuj -.kin s pt'ciali?!*)- report
llut ifar "Palmolive Beauty
UriMi hi .i drlinit'',
noli, i-.jhlr uBuroveaMnI in tho
COTODleXionjI it '2 uomrn out ol
;;. Definite, nmkaiMu improve
iii.-iiH were:
Skin ha ally____
Laav coarw ....
fwrt,WtmUh---'j
00**"'J
***
f,e*.'
JOINT AND
IWUSCLfe PAINS
May mean k.cJn*y trouble
A function of ttc kidnoye la to
v "-...iifuluupuntxafriMB
die ijwm. If the kwJneyh jrww
tiugtjuafc, I h up jpiparitoe* accuav
ul-ha mod wetfe And oileo btmxM
a canee of pain ia joiota ud
muaUcr The wa/ to tackle the
tumble ia to help tho kidneys.
Id be tined up w.th
Piita. the raedlciea
haw* a aecthing,
a. ... '.> actiaaen
I the" j..., (hen.
back to pcrfori* u*.-> Jafcj al
foiKtinn properly.. Tbie enaU-
tried uM'tuic ia .I.I all o**t
\j ibe wu-id aae* we h**e na,
- lettMS (teas utforae tduoc
^ of reL- s of antfetvtr. by takjrur Da
Will1* P.Jta. T.T thasB
f ut you trouble. Go to
cncmJM aad
OU*
OUAAANTU
Dc Write Pule
menufa. tared uudei ettitThreyaqaaJp
eeifiii'Mie ud iV upfdaanta coa-
fcrsn bo rigid stAcdanU of perity.
De WITT'S PILLS
YOUR SKIN, too, can be impro>ed in 14 day!
Ul yi-ii have to do ib what theaa wom-n did: fxfisf ifee "PabnoUv*
Beauty Plan." Start today. Il'i *o tinipl- I
/ ITaafc vourftm wiA Palmolii* Soap.
2 Mitvagr Ut rich. 9H10U fatter into yur ihn
for vr\* full mi null.
3 K.W.
li, ait ;..r 14 daye u d tint
Lbs ' IVunoSiv*. Bopty Phn B tho jaw ny
to keep that Seh.lgirl Compl
KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION
Get These TO-BAY
Tlaa OAT MEAL
, UPTOIPg lOITFt.
. MINCING LAYNK
'J-OfTKB
.. PaMluWa .
kuwv- 0f(m
SCOTCH BROTH
HEAT aovr
.. LXUTS OOLDKN
TBCF
, S.'.iri'D PEANCTI
BM. tBn SAKOWICB
SPKKAO
.. rANISM QTJBGa
OIJTK8
- Crmu BUrir(n4l
oimiiE rowDr.it
" Crww a Mukwill
' .H KTAIL ONIONS
in * -At oa
!-. 1. aiam
! cxriisrsG
IiNCE&C^Ltd.
0 viui II tuck Strnt


FRIIIAY. OCTOBER 27, IMP____________________________________________
CLASSIFIED ADS. Gov,.Trie8To
mcpoN _______ Muzzle Butlrr Party
Claim Buttenlei
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE SEVEN
DIM)
IM III II NOTICES
-hsu'Ium '
Stair a Hiitdaburv Boad.
**l. IsMt iMa-M llrr Lit.
What* Mr Ula imMMpti
orlk in- fon lor
Wmttiti Cam- -rv md
invlt*d
War-i -a Yorki. Da
Tudor r It
FOB Ba%EJ
* m
ALTOAIOTIVK
CA~On* Trim Fort ear W H P
lW maSal N*w tryra. mite*** IJ..
ill*nt vwidlllon Anpl> Koarrl Kins
hir* Sprtna. Ill Tr>nm_t
Nona
rruitful Htll Howl laadlna; W C*
(.mil in ih* parun af Si Jowpd
ck>M until furthar nolle*. .!> Cora...
.....BE Bttf stW*BM M .Ba*BftBB*S,
cla-a* until furth*r nolle* Th*a* rua
Uvr bom .a* Una.
a *> >.
Cyllndor Ch*vra..-
NOTICE
la htnOy alvan thai II It I
of th* VB| >( the pariah ol Saint
Mich**l tu cauaa 10 b* Intro-tut ad i>
Ho...* of Aoambly of Ihka laland a B
authoriuno iha aald Vaatn to ian
loan not ;!.1* CXMO to rarl t
i"""-"v. oa> to ta.ua I ontBioroca m
aafalialiad Maff ol I
. fJ>p,,
XT lu SO I f 1
CAR lord Prater t 10 II I' Oooa
iTJat miloa. Apply: Harold Waaihar-
MM C/o Inin Waatharhead Lid
I II ( IRK Al,
nxnUOKIIATOIICeM-pot H.frL**ra-
lor C c loo* in working order, son la
wan at Brentrr. Trolman Co HIT
HpM M 10 t Sn
MlSCtl.LANKOL'N
Apple*
Hal 411
l> S In
(-IIUJ1IIE.N 1
|l M -ai-h 9
DROAm
IIAIN COATS In PI
i* H- S3 M
AY DREAR SHOP
CBATEB ONIOHH B
l>*laa Chou-o PoUtoaa
Harold 1-nivr.t" CO
ItM at lift,
1) 10 IdSn
HAND EMBROIDERY | COM* to
Qunn'i Park Houa* and a** th* ARTS
* CRAFTS Eahltrltlon ol Kmbroldat?
Manta* OataWr U U Bat a rear
Oaf bar tl Inrla.l.. f.aa. | a.a. U Ml
p.a. dally AdMlaakta SS. Antrim for
aakt and Urdeia la Ken
tl MM4*.
iIAXK.1 Fathsr Xmi- Maak'. M.,nkr
ra Maaka. Diving Maaka. Mlckr'
mat Baloon.. only a Limited Quar.tlU
hee* Stanway Star*. I..10 Straat
SB 10 90 -Sn
i \a
PrUDMUIbK COOKERS Lara* and
rtav* ihjrn John F Hutaon
IT M SO--In
WINDOW*. AND DOOMAt loaf
Many prop.* ar* barvefUlns by a .a-
rtiwlloei of HI on Iha aoal of thatr
window. and doon bull) by L a |l
Mlllare* up-io-v*.-.!* Machlnrd Wood
Worka Dial tltl, I. A II MilW.
B**d 5Mr**4. City 17 !tf M Si.
TTBICBS(ton Tw- hundrtd Pnp>
la. Tlarcaa Can bo aaen at tha Hob-
ana' Manufacturing. Co. Ltd Oovrn.-
manl 1(111 m ro SO4n
F^t1:
STOWf
Ina almantt th* flrat
to b* rapald In IfdB and tha rainalndi
In rejual annual InataUnanU or CSM ...
Uwa month of Dacombar with Intnaat
at ft pa* c*ntUD par annum out
th* ralan of th* aald pariah until paid
* C RBDMAN.
Clarh. m Mlchaal-i V*atr<
M .MSn
NOTICE
H HlfUV GIVEN thai |( >. .M
Inlcniion of tha Vaatry of |h* partH
of 81 Lucy In thla lalajul lo caual
t^ ba Introdurad into th* L*gi*i>Uin
of Ihla UUnd a Rill fat axnand Jit
fa^T* hSTj lB*'b*<,"" * AC
ltd* H"aa-i aulhortilng (ha lid
Vaatry. If !!* ah-il think It
Ttataai- M OrtobV
CAHRDfOTON 41 SBALY
ollrllor. for th* Vaati,
of lha pariah of Saint
Lucy in thlt laland
NOTICE
PABIM OP BT PETER
" rpplleaUona ara tnvi(*d for 0>i
omr* of Parochial Maoici) offltwi
for tha Pariah of Bt Patrr A[-
pllcanla mual ba reglilannl Mad:
cai prartliioner*.
Salary I* (M0 M par month plui
00 90 for th* V D C'lnw
i Th* appointment anil taka plac
from Mth March IM1
3 Application! atatlnf a|e and quali-
fication! afar, murt ba forwardad
o U"* undaraianad by January
* For furthar panic 11 Ian apply to
ina undaralcnad al tha ofne. du-
_ na#:-
T'ihoi from 10 00 am. to 3 00
from 10 c
a roKBiN
Vaatry Clark,
SI Patar
ai 10.SO Itn
BUNOAI-OW-Nawly hulM atana Ea."
catow at Uayrtlta Baad. eaanar of Oin.1
Oap. Apv: r>cr*T. OlMi
Gap. or TalaohoiM '111
* n >- h
NOTICE
WJC la haraby notlAad If
imbac I at th* admkalun
-i.-aru an Haatlup. Hu~,
1 paaw* uanaad of .! pane* '.
> U--I
""i.e..
Pa, tha *mfnf|-a liocki C'ta*
M :- r* i,
Gap
BRAMBlJTl* Wat-rfard
Mtehaal IVon Nnvamoar HL iuiiv
fumiUvon rraldarxa Par DarucuUra
ttm tni a* ib.w- i.f.ni
OLBKDALB--Uopar Whita J-atk. con.
talm ) fladroi .-<>. Drawhut. aitu IMiitnr,
Rnorrai ate alto Gnr*|> Kent BK
par inomh AanUabl* ivi No*m*>*r
Arpiy on praouwa tB 10 Ka-->.
riKLD -- On Crane Coaal
F-illv rurtitihed Prom Dacambaa.
Phon* BBBft, Mr,. A D. Hart-rt
SB. 10 M-n
~KlioMCrUXY--*-
no, from >.-.! Io"i>an Pl).i^ 3M0.
ST.Id B-un.
"mm One ip-cn.u- vfnf* iltua'rO
in Marhlli Sirvat wp^.:u D M Slmt-
-.-n Co Apyry W B lll-hliiati
in Co Otal Mm B H ro- '"
TRTJ^WNY-On naahngi MUh Bo*d.
3 badroama **Gt< with man Ina* walar
tt*ial puhUc ni.r. Phon* 3MI
PI.! 6- In
I'FH.SO.'SAL
Tho oublU ara Haraby aramad Miann
*Jvm* rraalU la any poraoi, or praaona
**omaoavaY. In tn.. ruuna * 1 do no*
hold tr..*m raaponalb> for anyotir eo
trcctlnaj any dabl or daartv In B nai
unlaai by a wrlltan onio* ^ttftH-d oy n.
taxi K13*PTON QrOTAVB*.
Blrtchtoi>. !)1*ck Beck
NOTICE
ALL necounu and Hill*
DadkU Plantation Parana aa
".mi" ikt arawall Pliiitatlii
WAITED
HKl.r"
JlINIOfc B-MJ3.MAN Mu.l hav.
n ljc.ni- Ai.1,1- pi I. La]
- .9p.a
VCrtrNG WOMAN- Aafa l*--al k7
hataclf Baii-raJly narful In tha
'4*p . ood Waco*. Mine ***
vciUM; MAN OR COVPLE IntaraMTd
it h-ital drvnloprnrnt (bul c-bportiniHy
:r.Mittkr parann Haply PO Boa Elt
n ic m Bh
MISCKi,LANEOUS
HAHHrjts ci'AiR tn Good Order
Rila-ntly 0,1,1 of Hapalr C FlCfrapolnta.
Stanaray 8or, Locaa St Dial JfL
' p*-*I
BOXEK All kind, of Car4 Uoaid
I Boa> Whrr than corruaa'4 card.
i Vpny Ad.cola Blndbaj Dapt.
Bt.ll.M--1 t.a.
Ml-hwi
3d 10. totn.
PIRIH SA3.KS
Ladjea fa GnntlorrMni to know that **
n>ah* all tvpa> of UArUOfrfTS at raaan.
ak-la pr'c-i l..ijf.n r*u,.H, Tailur
A O GALL > CO.. Coniar Pw lload,
Ulaf JIM 3: ) so -?n
AUCTION
! WDCR THE IVORY HAMMER
rioalvaal 1 will MB r>
i.l, .' Maaara Pta*>
taUani Maf- .,~~ Hot."
oppaflM Majaara. ,roia ^., _
, Ba*. Dark C^alalBuRar
BDfOBR TIBEAJiCB MAOflM. 'r.
snnal uotalNraR, Paon* 3HT0 or ?fl
IT in
I CIRCltAS
\tnctnt anirriTH
Auc'ioaaar
RKAL ESTATE
-kCON MID*' altuata M Shi llail naai
Yacht Cluh, Vpuar Bay SI -iandna on
7.M* aquara fact of Mnd
The honaa contntna '.pan apllari.
Vln. d-awin ar-1 dlnln* room*, two
a:tcrwtarta and mual il
om
raom awl i.r^ca In )M
InapocHci" avanr day laawcpt BuodA*'
t*t.**n 4 and S P m err to* appdlnt-
n.ant. dial SfOt
Tha abo*a> will be ml up fur tiaM at
public cotnpat'tlnn al our offbra '*> Luaai
Si on Pno
al 1 p.tn.
rARHINOTOM ft 4PA1.Y
ftoUrWofl
By I*.
J p I
n VtcTi.V
BM
.rl1.
Mi"u"J
ConiluUon Road *
I'Jiltd twniaa on rlht I'ami
Jnf tbr. Par* laavlii,
Brld Cootprlatrj qpaii Varon-
* U an" Dlnlnc roo.--* t*n
Bad.-ooeoa; Kuehan, Toilal
Oah." Draartna and Dtnine :
________OK Kui'
out oftV-c.
rr i\artha part'ciiJbra and Condi-
tlona at Pal*
App!> t:
nVTCTTtrlSON A BANPIELD
Jamai Bt
:: iu v*.
wmrr otuito bb-
nrfBaW I IMTTY-D
BAMIADOB '! '
ifru conroiATtoN
LTD.

Kl ItARBADOS CO"*Pi
TiVKCOTTOW PAr-TOJtV
a

nMlltlnn : |h* rc'ii.
ur,darian*d on I';da> w \ \t* "T day
il M I p.m.
CABfaCfaTOK * KKaI-y, Iuca> Straai ;



Thr-Muri-.ni*. oi '.. icr* .rf Ut arhft
- . at ITann> Brl .!
plcl-fly dcalru.ved tw firn
Tundny. ITU] October, IS
JoncB Land.
lilach Rock,
-_3t Mlf-hui. 9.
tM i...
PEAS FkiENKS & PATEOrTB,
Yuu mujt hav heard that
Lower Laundry wee com-
ire im
1930.
I ra.net that the Iobc in-
curred tn clothing and
eqiUpmenl is fr twyonri my
caaectty to pay. and I now
mfc yr>ur sympathy.
I shall tie reltiniinff to
l)iijitf-iH u aion n flip mu-
rNnerY which Is rxtenalvely
damaaed can be repaired,
and al ur^twnt I am wtrfhin
At the Mbovo addrcsa.
Yours respectfully,
RALPH 0 LOWF.
14.10-W-to.
IPYoto Our Own Corrnpondmi
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. 23.
The Butlerite party is indig-
nant over the results of the elec-
tion to the Executive Council
Patty members claim thai the
affair was planned by the Gov-
ernment in order to "rr.uule the
Butler Party" They claim that
within the next two years tnat
there was bound to be another
gtneral election when the Party
would then have control of the
Government
Party members are busy d-
OBfEaBBj the effects of the OoVBfTV-
or'i speech on the party's policy.
The main topic 11 the questim
"Illation uf the oil and
sujtar Industries, rue of the main
plank* "f the Part> They claim
that Govtrnmcnts statement I
not conskt Nil with the Bntisn
Labour Party's policy in tbfl tJi I
cd Kingdom. They inland tc
conununtcate with Mr. Clement
A.Uev tc clear up the statement
which they said was "m
and affatnst Lubour Party Policy.''
MA1K NOTICES
MAILS for SI Lucia by th* Sch
Unllad Pllfrun will ba cloaad at lha
Oanaral Poat OfBra aa undar:-
Pareal Mail al p m on lha ITUl
OWaBBM HbE
Eraixnad Mall al 10 a m on tha El
Octobar IBM
Ordinary Mail at 10 It am on law
Parcel Mail at 4 00 p m on IM I
Octobar. ISM
Regutrrrd Mall al Mam on Ihi
M Octobar: IBM
Ordinary Mall at 10 IS a m. on tbi
21 October. IBM
kAILA lor Vlnaant. Grenada
Trinidad and Bnllah Guuina by th* S
Lady Bodnay will b* rOaad al th.
Ueneral Poat Offlca aa under:
Psrcet and Rr|Ht*red Mall* HI*
p m on the ITth Octobar HBO
Ordinary Mall at 3 00 p m on I he T
HARBOUR LOG
la Carlisle Bay
* LurlUa M Smith, farri Bananwa-
C Gordon. Bat> cm E Bmllh. Sch
Bufana D Sch
Kvardana. Bah Mary B Caraaaaa. M V
pa
- hmvaa S I'Miad
Harrlat Waitia.,
It Vanaluitmsin
SHIPPING NOTICES
AEStVALB
tap* Aahton. from El Vlneonl
M V Monaka. 10B ton. o*t. Cawt.
''" from Domuuoa
B S Oaarulv. 1IM tona net. Cap)
A-*le.aan from N*w Ort-ana
Bfch ldalpha. SB ton* not. CaM
Gumka. from fft. I.uef.
BBPABTlEEw
Scnoonar EmMiaa. Tl taata net. Cap!
i. l-k for p.ituh Oulana
a Tapti. 4ll loo. nat Capt
Cop*., par Tnmii
Alcoa Paawaui. S.ESi Mma nai
for Hallfaa
.' p, M ..a
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
- ill im. FBOM
AMTwaar axbtbbbajb
"a 1 "DELFT nth Slat Oasottae
A Vaaaat EMI,. Octobar tot Novambar
- 'II im. PBOM AMBTBBSIAJB
DOVER
a> fRANJEBTAD lOU. Bwaam-
iAIaim, to lawia*!
iiIBIOITOWH.
aa < ituu-nJA- MU) Owl abac.
4,a iniTTicA" Mu> Qatobajr.
8AILLSU TO TUMBAB AND
M ASACA1BO CfTT
m 1 II EH* M*h Octobar
4II.IM1 TO MABBIBA. I-1.TMOUTB.
ANT WEEP AJTB AMBTEBBABI
11 t -OnANJEbTAD" BRh Octabar
P HI aauN io ia. LTB
x.rv-r
Moaaka" wu:
will aceapt
for St
Lucia. Granada and
Aruba Data of depart ur- will
b* n-tiaad.
M.V. "Can!
Carpa sad Pa___._
ntea. Antlfua. Moataamt NavU
and Bt KltPJ
will aaaaal
,ra f ]. SCTTOt
0Q00BMM>9d>daaJa>a>a>a^
Ol II IIAIUIW \KI SI Mill
at m and It Ktltfll ( K STREXT
arfifi bW rimm*d tor ># A-l 1J# \Y,
n
i>it MONDAY A Tl'ESDAV 30th and list OCTObbbhI
b will be re-opaming on WEDNBHDAT IM November.
Will our CuabonMi and the general public please arungc
* business according
I. HKKlilltI Ltd.
it at 11 Roftbuck Streei
NEWS FROM FOGAjRTY'S
Seawell Canadian National Steamships WILLIAM FOGARTT LIMITBP
ARRIVALS By B W I A |.
PrBM TRINIDAII Carman BUekman
Ken Glrllnat. O'Qutnn Robanaoi: Joh 1
Sutlon. Jean Forh*.. Oabrlcll* Cole
g_ *** CW*. Bos*r Mclntlir.
Scoasa pirr^!"^ G"h'm -'..
B| 11 u I 1
VSfS? >?1*,'Ck a-WBrt. M-> S.ew.,1
Arnold Kalahall. Fll, Ketatiall Chr|..
lophar Kalahall. Ilrrn-n Boo., C-ml-
Boo.. rma Mannall Una Malihall
t, T M.**?*"11, lJM '''nor. Joaeph
Slanlont L*ljnd H>d*i
Por ANTIGUA Uns Vaaqua* V*tr
BUM 1. *"
fbe ST LW|A D
Fn. GUADELOUPE
For NT KtTTM Kami* TBi
K ELECTRICAL ITEMS
Khonn
Blectrlc atovva a
nd warming Irao
Ctaaaan asJua 11.
PUtea Keltic, Iron. Deak
lamp- HaaUna pm, 1M|
,,.,.
Vm
^ IW>lieiier. MK>.'aaaMlj
ORIENTAL
I GOODS! \.ll,i,l,.,
I CLROIS. JKWrLLEHY.
I SII.KS (Se H.N. Euol)|
TII.WIS
I I'r. Wee. Hry. SL DIAL 14MI
SOI TNBOl'ND
l^UV MODNBT
Canadian cmirtaaB
LADY NELBOM
CANADIAN CONBTRUCTOK
CANADIAN CIIAlJJDNOBBt
LAV milSNEV .
LAI'Y NBLBON
LADY ""
LADY
Salla
Mont ma 1
U Ocl
a Oat
Italia Baili An ih Ball!
Halifax Boatan Barbadoa Laioadoa
IS Oat II Ort aa oat Bj Ocl
r? oct t Hav. 1 Nov
4 Hav la Nav a Nav B N*v 11 No* B Nwi
It No* Dae I Doc
1 Dae a Dae IS Dae II Dar
n Dm. 1 Dsa M Dae S- Dae
> Jan Sk Jan
1ADV BODNTY
I^IIY MJSOH
IJ^DY ROONTV
IADV NDLSON
I^DY RODNTY
l^DY NSEBON
Arrlvaa
kUib^a,..
S Nav
I Nov
M Na*
IT Dae.
1 JftB
11 Pab.
IT Fab

FURNITURE!
^;_ .._ I- ii*' c-w -,*
Easy o.t J-Br ruw
bi now
NBW BBS iiaw*d VAH -
nd othar Wardobaa. Draaaur
lobaa, rhaata of-draa,era and
Llnan PTiaiii Vanliara. Ill aa Una '
Tablaa. Slaoai, Scr^an Frame*.
Stn|to and Doubl* Badataad>.
B*p*rat Bid* PjII- 1-alf.
Dtnlnf. KHehe-i nu\ Pi.nev
T,biaa, S*lf-wa7d BM up. mini, .
Blbrhen anrt Bnlrnum CablriAbi ,
Larder*. Wafbaon*.
BlWEtM
MarriA Tali -na Kuah Bultaa
and aaparale pi*, Hrrtkh- and
Eaaechair.'. S3 up -Chaval and
;:fe... ';:"":,:;. ,.,.,:;,'V.',S
Rnok-ack., IVWi wnh aloof
or Plat Topt.
L. S.WILSON
TraEatsar Strarl Dla, J0
awMBfst.1 Eltwftt*
Bef->re Buying or SelUn
;>-;.. C-iiar. ?!.*>*; 1
Pay to sets
JOHN
hi.
KLAHIpN
-
Phone 464')
Plantations nuikiinff

GARDINER AUSTIN AV W.. LTD. A-nnU.
III:. GLE. TIIAl^SATIaAlVn^lJe
FrtKich Una
SS COLOMBIK"
SS "(.'OLOMBIB'*
SaUing to Trinidad and La Oualra on tha
2oth October lB&O, accepting pasaengera.
Sailing to Plymouth and La Havre via
Martinique and Guadeloupe on the Wth
October. 1950.
R M.
Tor furthei
JONES
particulars, apply to:
& CO. LTD.-Agents.
(OMPAGNE GENEIALE TRANSATLANT1QUE
NOTICE
No Visitors wiU bv sllotvec" w board S 3. "CulA'A-wlr,
1 Sunday. 28th October, except by invitation or paaa iwued
our OfTlce. ,
R. M. JONES & COMPANY, LIMITED.
Announce* Ike arrival of
SMARTLY TAILORED LINKS DRESSES
In Plain and Floral pallerni
QUALITY and Cut leave nothing to be desired at the
amazingly cheap price of tlO.OO each
ARTIFICIAL SPRAYS AND DRESS UNISHES
a Beautiful aaaartment and various Price. .
PLAIN LEGHORN HATS @ it.lt. SMI, ti.lt
__ and $4.70 each
LEGHORN HATS WITH LACE BRIMS ft. M.*3 each
Please enquire early al
KOI. ARTY'S
Cor Values thai ara easily the heat anywhere.
mobs', aa f. '///^////^//W/,w.'.v.v,',w,-,/,/,v,
BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
(OKPORAHON LTD.
NOTICE
EVER SEEN WOOD ANTS AT WORK?
It yoq flou't want to. Bp ftdvls* yam to proteet
FftBUT A'OOttwnrfc with
"ATLAS WOO I'HKMKKVATIVE
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* PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Gallop*
FKIDAY. OCTOBER 87, IM
'Fair Salh Favoured
"No*To-Nite9 Progressing
II* IfeMkie
LAST Wednesday mo ning then- WM .. heaWJ ttttl
qb owners tnd tralneri i their charM on trial nuHop
< HtlUt tha barrels. This was reflected in tbi
which prevailed all morni g and the state of the j?oing is
appreciated when It is notced that the fastest five for the
mornirif was 1.09J.
Imprevlrr were the two ne- ,------------.
hore* Fair Sally and No-to-Nit<, _^ --.
although the iormer* t.me to* th, I CoitllllOll KtalUl W 111
otic* round was not obtained l*
rauar Mw begun and llniahe I
soiTievrhere around ine mile pol
Neverthele* she moved particu-
larly well and is now probab)-.
firmly inste'.lod as the favourlu
for the Maiden No-to-Nite. 01
the other hand, while doing n >
startlliig gaUop deserve* speci; l
mention mainly for thr progre".
which he made m the last wee*
only. Saturday before last hr
could hardly keep up with the t
class crtole Foxglove, Hut 00
Wednesday he finished on a tlfhf
rein while the same creole wl^
accompanied him again looked li
be all out. "Their time was only .
fifth or two outside that at Sliiti
bethan and Infusion who did th>
best box to itnx gallops for th'
morning.
Times recorded up to 8 90 weir
ms follows:
Flieuxce went with Miss Pani
who had a tough job to keep uf
and Just failed to do so at the fin
ish. They did a box to box Ir
1.34.
Duldibella did a comfortable tiv
in 1.16. a*
Rebate went with Musk wh>
was no companion for her an-
they finished up lengths apart wltl
Rebate sailing on In front. She
did five In 1.12.
Consternation, a two-voar-olo
whose origin I am not certain of
did five rather ljborlously In 1.18
Shi' needs plenty time with lot
of everything else Included.
Flame Flower really has nc
right in this column because no
body managed to get her time. Bu
she did a smart half-mile.
Vanguard and Tango, who wen
really responsible Cot uttructtnf
everyone's attention while Flam'
Flower escaped, did a box to box
finishing the last five in 1.13|. /
eery trying experience for Van
fuard.
Fair Conttsi's tune was Imprc*
slve inasmuch as she was onl>
barely allowed to -stride out by
Tvonet She did the box to tw-
in 1.35*.
Kcndal Fort looked fresher thai
ht did last week, lie went flv
with Gun Site in l.tl|.
Cross Bow was a r-ither pitiful
sUht li Hi* mud whlei c">"iv h
SMM i ru - 6
"i In hot
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tor the once round.
No-to-Niti', -vIkk<* name causes
no end of quips by various stand
critics.-1.
glove In i :2* Th.-
ii ..- i waker \\ the fli Ish.
- i ;ilt> with
B*< tU .8! .
Arunda aim Nan Tt
ave a h of speed. They
Hd/o.i not think
'Wrf It for
Hta u nm ;>
Tlbertan l*dy did a box to bow
in 1.34
First Flight and Mla Friend -
irtce mok-
iime.
Sun Queen did the best five ol
the morning in 1.09).
Oatcake am'. Landmark looked

five in 1.10 The former looks
a sl>.e blatter and bet'r than he
snu only \aat June in Trinidad
isoniJe Lais Is a tall wane;
o ms first ordir She did 0\<
hi I. 17J aiid dOM ri uuptar i'>
enjoy gallopjag or life in general
tor that matter.
Pharo* want off with Usher
who naturaUf found u box
ixm in sucii mud r liitls too much
Pharos? time whs
Votes; steady runner and
- In A8 2.'ft.
ben to box
for the in .114 1.32 1 'fl
for bV
. :e 4/6 on
she bit. A I -,'Sself.
Oalcake.'i' mid be
ontertainiiiff at all timea and Si
a lon# while since *e hava hod
such high cla** rivalry in division
D. But due to her lay ntt I won-
der 1/ she will bo ft enough.
HI Lo and Dunne I managed
i I wo-ycar-
olds should Ognre promincrlly :.'.
nngMr Cui>.
what stage u> yet
One-Day Match
OEV. .Oct. 2fi
The Commonwealth Touring
Cricket team had no difficulty in
heating n National Defence Acad-
emy team here on the first Innings
of a one-day match today by 84
BBSS
The Commonwealth declared
.heir first innings closed at lunch
imc with 171 runs on the board
.'or the loss of five wickets, and
.hey then skittled out the opposi-
tion for 87.
The Defence team were thus
till 10 rum short of the number
required to avert a follow-on ("4
runs in ,one-dny matches) but as
only IB minute* playing time re-
nainrd slump- were drawn Hy
the rules the team with the first
innings advantage In a one-day
match were thus the winners
The lomm.,..^;:!! had started
badly, losing Spoooer with only
two runs on the board, but Fish-
lock and Douland were aggressive
while putting on 87 for the sec-
ond wicket in an hour.
After that Growal. a left arm
leebreak bowler slowed down the
scoring rate and In one spell of
10 overs he claimed three wickets
for 29 runs.
nshlock Included six fours In
his Si while Dooland hit nine
boundaries
DuriiiR the Defence team's in-
nings. Tribe in a spell of 10.2
overs, eight of which were maid-
ens, took the last five wickets
for only six runs.
New Cricket
Series Opens
To-morrow
iccount "f November llth
being a Race-du> all CrksM **
turc* scheduled for that day have
been cancelled. The next aerie.
beginning or. October 28t;i will bfl
coniinued or, November 18th and
m Novemiwr Mth
Slumps will be ANWR al . M
pjn. an^ Clubs are urged i
commence play at 1 p m. if pos-
sible. Fixtures, grounds, and the
Umpires appointed are as fol-
lows;
FIRST DIVISION
October 28
Nwvesaber II. t*
kwick V Spartan at Oval
.i u Walcott it S. C. Foster
--Umpires.
Pi Ik., v. Lodge at Park. II R
Jordan and G. FordeUmpires.
CarhOQ V Empire at Carlton,
F L Walcott at D Roacliford-
Umplres.
Wanderers V Combermerc
Cumberbatch & I.
"mpires
i\ i i i:nii\n
Ortobtr "
Sovemlter 18. 25
V \1.P C V Wanderer*
II. kles KtfculC. Small ^ W
i Umpires
Windward V Empire al Wu
wardG. Clarke A W
Umpires.
Cable & Wireless V Spartai
Boarded HaltC. Archer &
Batson.Un i p i res
Mental Hssptia) % Pukwlck s
Black RockG Gllkes & J. flat:
Umpires.
roMTION' OF CLUBS
Churchill Wins
Jockey Club Cup
,NF.W MARKET, Oct. 26.
Mr. Winston Churchill's remark*
able French bred grey four-year-
old Colonist gained his biggest sue*
cess yet when winning the historic
Jockey CUb Cup valued 1,170
and run o-'er two and a quarter
miles here todav.
Mr. Churchill flew specially
fi- ,! the opening of the new
H mse of Commons to see Coloti-
%,. bet' i v< iryench op.,nrjnfT
i . "..ii nn's vr. r ... T
.. hif ..- Who
winning l..

rntngsj GosUiu
tw.ij* (hh ami a half
length* ahead of Vke*
Ton de Ca'.i!S ridden by Rh"
runner m-i Rush
to i Bnot,
ahead galloping In
i came umi-
the dip trailing in eight
lengths bcliind Culouun
Siniiin broadly. Mr. i
a
cepUon when lending t\-
tbg unaaddltnf .
Walter NightTna-
would i"'' iun again
thicyea- h
Chess
Chu m jniut sh Ip
Stilt UndecUled

i*tp undecided to-dav as PruuV i
Osborne game was hsooui
tu-morrow morning. At

knight iiml |i.'.r (II.
,'. "n. three pgnens. u n<
*j-day resullcM "nmNn.
di.dl draw with Wal-,.
b^doM. Gilkei (Barb...
Grannum (Barbador I
olony aggregates si-'.
Ttir.ldad 13 points. Brit
13 points. Barbados nine point*;
Bark** (British Ouiar.j) be'Jl
Ogle (Brtish Guiana) to end up
Caribbean indlvid |
wiih seven points Braningion.
Gilkes. L-ach go; live points in
>erond place Sacond i-..
tlon will be ileiermtned Friday
when Pratt Osborne game con-
cludes wh ch will also dscidr
bev\veei
Krltish Guiana and Trinidad
't'ednesday results were as
loliows: Drnssingtnn (Trinidadi
Itai tgfeggfgsj iTiiriid'tdi.
Walton (Barbados) draw with
Barker (Brilsh Guiana), Osborn
British Gulnna) beat
(Barbados' Prutt (Trlm.i... ,. a
Ogle (Brit
1 ii i Divbtan
Wanderers Pickwick College Empire Carlton olice Spartan ^oinUei meie Lodge Pld Pt 6 21 4 16 5 1? 4 10 5 V 4 *.0 4 0 4 3 4 2
tHerraedUte
V.M.P C....... Cable At Wireless M< nt.il Hospital ..
Empire .. Pickwick Wjudtrers Windward Spartan
Secant! WvMun

' > tet tow but
duo to iuaatfM
ytl,crwlSe 1 egily nunaged to get
the three. This was d ii> eoulu be per-
suaded to start with the BsK
she would easilv account for the
Maiden
KMstoad did foui bi 56.
Harroween did tin-** in 4$ S/3
'': agggr,
Hbesy tiares to match sU-id*-'
with stsblemutc F. pli ur g an'i
v/ltt) the considerable help uf tfie
riders she manages to rto It, Re-
sult: four furlongs In W 4.-1
. total ol
Moysy's capabilities on such
golitg and a
. I
litMids make* his alow
but sure progress HY a-i foi.,
in M 3/5. Du
Olatnond have ,, .
name Cor rtlMWallvag i/y some
eeagj ilnhthes pi
There being no Judge on morn-
in*> the*e is generallr much ar-
...
ner. On Wc-ln.
four in 3H J'2.
MU did (our In 67
Atnmli i: (Id
Hie soo-i lookiAg two-jrear-
ki t I saw
t.ut sn* ,!iO a foui- asjgj
':eU'aJned pace.
Ilvglim-i-.
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REDS READY TO INVADE TIBET
Griffiths Satisfied
With W.I. Shipping
(Prom Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Oct 26
\.y EST INDIAN CIRCLES here axe annoyed at
Mr. Jamea Griffiths' statement yesterday in the
House of Commons that shipping services with) I
the Caribbean on the whole are satisfactory, bvi
that no practical plan has yet been submitted f < r
improving servioes with the United Kingdom.
Mr. A. E. V. Barton. Secretary of the West India
Committee, said: "Mr. Griffiths' statement will cosifin
the impression held throughout the West Indies that ti 9
Urittsh Government are indifferent to the very real cii i-
tress which has been suffered every year since th<- war aril
which is likely to be repeated until relief is provided hyl
ships of other nations".
-------------------------------------- ,---------------He pointed out that tn thr Em
ern Caribbean before the war,
there were no less than seve i .
large fust passenger ships in the
luxury class, which, until the Col-
ombte resumed Its wiling* this
month, each took double the num- '
ber that can be accommodaU'd bv
ships now serving thli area.
"MM HOI SK OF COMMONS
We Will Eat
Our Beef
Ourselves
From Chinese Border
South
Koreans In
Manchuria
SAY ARGENTINIANS
BUENOS AIRES. Get 26
The Anglo-Argentine "cold me
war" as viewed from here ap- )
peared to-day to be approaching
new heights of mutual recrimin-
ation. The speech delivered here
earlier^lhls month by E. J. Joint.
British Commercial Minister in
Argentina was described by the
semiofficial Deanarracti In a front-
page editorial as an "'error by the
British Government which ordered
it" and an "incredible impru-
dence" The newspaper added:
"It muit haw provoked in the
mind of Foreign Secretary Uevlii
a sensation of disgust Another
paper commented that it made no
difference now to Agentinn
whether the price difference*
which halted meat shipments to
Britain over three months ago
were settled or not
"If the British do not want to
eat our 'baby beef wc will eat it
ourselves" it said. Taking issue
with the recent comment of the
London BveaUauT Standard, tha
Notkla* firaflcaa describes Lord
Beaverbrook as "this small ugly
shifty politician" who "al *..>- ha*
systematically opposed Argentina."
British Circle* here who arc in
touch with cl.-vHw"! i-nls oil the
other hand took issue with the
flpeech made by the Argentine
Ambassador, Carlos Hogan in
London on Monday. They strongly
emphasised that no reference
could be found In anything he
said, about the other problem-
disturbing the traditional trading
relations between the tw*. coun-
tries, such as outstanding sterling
remittances or failure to grant
licence1' for British import*.
Iteuter.
"Today." he conunued. "with a
greater demand for space conw-
quent upon developments which
have taken place we have had un-
Ul recently in the Eastern C.inl -
bean only one shipthe Col/Ho
which we could rely for any
___siderable number of British
passengers Now we have the
Colombie of the French Line
which, however, gives first choice
to round-trip passengers, second
to French Nationals and what
berths remain allocated to people
from this rountrv ."
rE KOllAL CAlstllA look! d in an tbi nfloided Hon-e- of P-rllawni with tl.,-
rs.-nni .'.' frlgb' '.-sowed) Providing the modern contrast on thr sooth side of the
ilMMl i' tl* rr-tiMl of Britain lte with gleaming /duralumin (further np the river beyond
iln .i'' d t. 11- i tn. Concert Hull suit the old Bhm Tower now fitted Willi rad.n ri|iilpiiii-iit
pc*ai
The French
smaller ship
Line also have a
Inch might Hike
about SO British passengers and
there were two Dutch ships on the
Surinam run with a combined ca-
pacity for about iflo each way to-
gether with two others which onlv
provided homeward passages for
people from Trinidad.
The whole position is really
bad," said Mr Barton ,
Ministries Given
To Members Of
Trinidad's Cabinet
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct 21
All five elected members of
Trinidad's Cabinet MM btW
guru ministrtta, according to an
official announcement made yes*
of the Executive Couneil The '
three official membersthe Colo-
nial Secretary, the Attoi
eral and the Financial Been
have been given the u :
ity of the administration of certain
departments while there is o lone
nominated member without port-
folio L C. Hannays.
Ministers nnnounced were-
Britain H ill Not
Reofwn iivi in mlii
Dockyard
... eateaii
l-UMMN. Oi
Britain's uuv.ii coiistruriion and
conversion piofcrainiue which pro-
vides ttn the building of six new
aircraft carriers is not to include
lite le-opcutiik ol Ihe ilarmuda

BerthutK taoUlUas lot llUfal will
still be ivallibte but the recall
Mil- of the dockyard including
the dr> dook are io remain
closed.
These (acts icveolcd >c-Uiu.i>
by Mr. W. Bwartl I'mlum .
I.uy Secretary U the Admiralty
. tton raised bv *hi fjoi
.: p Hi petai Smitten.
Mr. SOalthtn asked whet hi l l|
view of the danger of ti I
try of international conflict H
would not be prudent I
lain uotkyarq which was so re-
mote from potential enemy bases.
Mr H? I IBSM care-
ful consideration had been given
to the position >"< ihat t".....**
wmi had hevume uneeonomical in
v
The Admiralty tt \i m<
consider thai lleimudfi, once o'
grtal strategic importance In th''
any ships WCIO
...,, -,, I much "( its im-
i- nll_ of the turn-
King George Opens
New House of Commons
iCing GflMnTM VI tu-dd
cheering crowds to open Parliament's new'House
Common* chamber replacing Ihe on> shattered by bornl i
in '941.
Bui because? tiadition foibids a monarch tn tntei u
Commoiu1 chamber he perfonned the ceremony in tl
year old adjacent Westminster Hill whi-u- I i- in- k-ci
Charles the Fust wai condemned to Ihe jm MO yeai i
RAIN FELL
LAST NIGHT
ROY
F.ducaiM
.MWKFH: Minister
ii and Social Services.
ALBCKT <;OMES: Minister for
Labour, Industry and Commerce.
I VICTOR BRYAN: Minister for
1 Agriculture and Lands.
vii nn \-im.h Minister
nications and Works
The rains came again last night
Shortly after 10 oclock the City C
became dark ns thick clouds blot-
ted out the moonlight The tern- NORMAN TANG: Minister for
Krature which was 82 degrees | Health and Local Government
hrenheit dropped by two de-
grees while heavy showers fc'l
Gutters in James Street. Tudor
Street and many other roads over-
flowed and rising water cove-ed
the streets. Many night strollers
and
by surprise They neither had
umbrellas nor raincoats and the
majority were forced to shelter
for hours.
These showers were experienced
In many other parishes hut stop-
ped before midnight.
P. M. REN1SON. Colonial See-
retary: Minister in Charge
Police. Immigration Office. District
Administration.
J. L MATHIKI-l'ERKZ Altor
Gen-* ver to 1..| oi I The> coniM
tOO li'at hi UMH days "hen ship
arc capable of making th.- cross
Unit Kingdom
in radi ;i short ipaca of time
lh.it lOwOUl
i,.in Um dockyard -imply fm
ci.-ti rsa ni
I learn tint an additional fac-
tor tafltitacing thdi decialop wu
deration ti>;ii with Uu
existing friendly relations b.
(ween ti.is country and the Unlte suite- ;uiy repair* which mighr
prevent one of His Majesty
ships from crossln the AUaBU.
could be carried out in a U.5
naval dockyard.
H M s Superb which is to re-
place HMS r.Uaaow with the
,. .nil West Indit- .
rnn and H.M B Snipe which U In
this country for recoinmissinning
are expected to (otn the squad-
ron towards the latter part of
next month.
ndow shoppers were caught; *", GeneValV Admlnlalratoi C
eral, Crown Solicitor
A. R. H ROBERTSON, Finan-
cial SeereUry: Accountant Gen-
eral.
The new Ministers took over on
Thursday morning -IC.P.t
HIDDEN TIME
SUNDEKLANI)
Bundortand Corporauoii
has ordered all public cloeki
Durham county i Ua
of 800,000 eovorod with
Wooden mks dun:
winter
Reason continued el*c-
ti i. itI euti inaka lha i kwlu
i.. i .
The Coipmatlnp d"cidM
10 hide the i l ,1c- .ifirr the
North BatteTh Kh ctrli >'.
i; i.i told then) it "I
practicabla I
B
each time a power cut had
put them out of
INS
;> .11 i i w nAThs
TOKYO. Oct 2K
South Korean troops have reach
inohurian itorder, a re
port irom tlie American Sigtitn
..iquarters m Korea aaid
tonight
The report said that a regimen*
u( the South Korean Sixth DIvlsUi
ied movad north from I'hosan t.
- bank of Bm Talu River
. vhleh form" the border betwee
North Knrr.i and Manchuria with
irmuntst reaiatance
.hi u'H-oiitinricsi repei
i | that lha Six'
Division had run Into a force ol
1,000 Chlnasa Cooununiata, Thcii
-ion of this repot
uara
Tokyo has been flooded will
rumours, el i runaaa Conununkd
masatng forces In Manchuria 1"
the i>ai n asuea areaa U
:.ci m Uh centre of tl
ei.iriMila It is about 17 mil<
Kojang which the Sout
h.hI yesterday.
i tl iv rrnad and ajuteh movin
South Koreans wcie e.uliei i-
ported to ba rthnMni crude path
LONDON oi .i; " io*' inounlahi raagaj b>
l: ""'"""'v 'hr.u, , ,:;;,;., ,;^-;L:
iwn days. A messait'
I rum the Eighth Army hva .pjail.r- tins .ifU'iniKHi asked f"
wos ptaaea to bah
Un-ate the exact DOiiUOn OS t(l
leading elemenls of the Slut:
In. i ion which were reported i
have 11.....ito *-d raaBiag Bno i
ten at pyongyasm lha eapturrt
Communisl capital today n
;, Lelieved to be nW<
i., rOfnoti north
An Amerlean spokesman sail
I the British Com
Wealth Hils-nde had met
..t PakchOUi norm i
rort uf Siiiani
Ra, ,nea stopp*' -i
aftei I.m In ii he idded
OVER 100,000 GERMANS
STILL IMPRISONED
IN RUSSIA
BONN. Oct. 2fi.
A crowded West CJerman Bundestag to-day stuml
to approve the declaration by Chancellor ActaiatU
piuriru: the fact that hundreds of thousands of former
soldiers and deported women and children iire still being
kept prisoners in Russia."
The Bundestag* special aa%sti>n
was attended by ulmoM
members of Government and Op-
position parties except the Com-
munist party
"The fate of former Ger-
mm soldiers and deported Ger-
man women and children in
Russia it frightful" h- said "we
have carefully gone tnrough all
material and have coma
conclusion that several hundred
thousands of German- are still
being detained in that counrrv "
Jamaica Delegation
For Washington
Wilt Discuss Emigration
KINGSTON, Oct. 26.
At the request of the US.
Slate Department, a Jamaican
delegation to Washington on tha
recruitmervt of farm workers] He expressed satisfaction thai
locally will HaWa for Washington) youoslavia had returned !hr huTH
** of Carman prisoner!
Truman Does Not
Exped Trouble
IN W. EUROPE
WASHINGTON, Oel 2>i
President Truman said to-day
Uiut the United States did not -
trouble m Weaten. r.u-
rope this winter. Truman also
told hi* news conference be had
no information that the Russian*
had produced more than o
atomic agploMoa.
in answer t" uutcn
people were "afraid oi trouble
.rom Hllsla Truman rej
Irmly thnt 'he VnRad Bealr dM
not expect an) tl
Truman was questioned about
....
whan Gordan Dean, Ok
the Atomic Energy Commission
denl has not seen

met ts" nl it &> vi"' tomie ii'l
Praslaent TruSBBB sal
he was cini^idering calling C*
rliei than
planned but :''*' "" deeislOn bad
vet iieen made.
He told his preai ennierenei
that there had beet some discus-
sions brtwwen himself M
graasional leaders on the advisa-
bility nf recalling Congrats a
.eek H *en days before the origi-
nal recall date. Novembei 27
Reu'er
French Chief
WUI Report
To Cahinel
On tndo-China
SAIGON. Oct it.
I Alphon.se Juin, Krant-e'f
leading military itrab
Saigon by air to-day m PM -
after an eigiii day toui <>l rebel
threatened Indo-China
I:. to report 10 th Ki. I
Cabinet on the ncriou* sltuatiot.
in North tilth.-China when- COfl
munlat aided Vietnam nisjigem.
have already forced the cvacun
oon nr alflhi IFrencn Chtai
rrontter post.
i- nim I rorp havi
Banphiet 3 miles noithc..
key bastion of l-aokay in the fare
increased Vietminh pressure
ually reliabk hen
to-nigtit
New posillons had been etat.
Uihad .it the top of the Red Rlvf
and its tributary Nan
rces added. Fren. h MllTlgeB
and fighter booiben
- .,,.,..
1 i-ommunique aajnouno I
In- Reulei
I *a> C.....nionweali!
leading offli lal
iioni -u leauUaturai raj
inn .. vai id, of ra. aa
by th, tin on Mm K. .. ilcscrlb- it
lha II -n'" i . "a Slgli t>>
the orld ..I our faith In freedom
- | co mmcfi kdeali
In ' ne.it hall a crowd of nearly
J.UM people wajicl for the Kin
end niembera of his faniUy. Tel-
n corded the sceii"
I i '00.060 liritiih viewers
u Ik- Guard from t..e
inclerd Tower of London b9u*
hclilnd the throne to
.vie siailei iinitoin
i gab >.t ihe bkUe veive-
".raping o( the hall.
A- BM great baas bell of II..
Pan, I'arlement's clock tliunden- i
: | -uokos ol noon, there *i
b shrill r.mfaie from lha trumpets
|0M 01 e thing
oa . inn the Itnvai pr<
bron Into view slowly
i : the main aisle UWard
ml throne
cattei'
LONDu.;. Oct.. 26.
'^'IBET, the monaftUry land in th-> mountains
between India and China, to day awaiUd at-
tack from Communisl China. But there was no
news that the invasion had begun.
Communist armies, long poi neat the bor
der, are under orders to "liberate" Tibetans But
Peking which announced this \a< nu-ht, gave no
confirmation that troops had yet moved
The Indian Oovi rnmenl which iW a i
the Tibetan capiUl had no mlurmation up t^> noon I
ol anj aitin-k Tibet it sell preserved its IraditionaJ silentc.
The Tit- Ian i
inn nine months In 1
' king for
negotiation*, mm.
row lo Ihi
K.iilllip.*ll I,, Iii o | oriUKt It-
QovcTnii
10 India
p In a week SJ | | P| King by
... sf Hani k
'
Calcutta lodai that u ihe
bad alreadj
Tuet. it was because hfa
tion had u
doe lo visa
First Man
Seen Beeomes
New Mayor
OF PYONGYANG
n> ROM ILD KM* IIH.OK
PYONOVAN0 Oel 2i\
An American cim
on> .', rtoppt i 'i i : Koreai
:
turn to [ the city
Thai Koti il fl -M -Old
t'hiing Ih'uk Rlm hotel-keepe
and loiniei ........
now Ma.oi of the elt)
Within id i<>r in*-.i
iihioei M
i . | men. dOCaM
had no i -i- rienr i In fJovein
manl atashm
The tnaheahlfl Oovei
.,.1. in i publii appearanei
o-rlav on ,i pwifoi.....f hn.....
for the hi., ration ceremony (
ired Cnmmunl
Nearh ISO otbei official) fun
been \m kad in oairj out hotel
k.-eiH'i Chung'i nrderi In varimi
parti 11
Hi. ii vi i Kpectad '
funcuon until more permanen
.iru |
undei U N mi| 11
. I. imrnerl
ire in froi I
yana*i i Itj hall r
1.1.iii." markJng nceupatlon ol
iii.- i*...... i Nortii Koreai
by Ihe United Nuii.-i ran es
1'ii'sineiii Byng
A Surprise
A Slatt -on i tiMincVui of ihe
lie onlv
in l here,
reported lha I
I HBH Of allark orders
Chinese
in'. '1
Up to no<
i m. announce-
. bet The
Peking Pi
"I......sari
Paneh in Lama ona -< n- rare
. !.
beeti Ivli i
. >. ribet
b, tunded (
to n
i H
Further Light
o. 24th Divlsi."
lln'.ish and Auslrali.n
, | the Sm..inn-1'Bk.choii
Roail met nr reetstance. The M% ,r,p , (he , m|......
\l, rosier of the InU-li
Pyung-Ofc arrived hi m.:
Smith ho
au Ith.e v<
s hist ..tiwiai visit to Pyong
vane f" the ihl.i ..lioi. .;oi. i-lli
Ki
rdm
waallta llrlgade
reporte.1 itrikln* out alniig th.
road runnini! West from 1'akchon
tn Sitnilin, the new North Korean
eapital on the xalu niver oppo-
2 Ihi Man nurlan i-'rt of An-
tung The Smith Korean Division
i op th<
' wai
Tanchon. 80 n
fra RtinfBBam
In Wakhlnuton President Tru-
man said that he understood
South Korean tones would
occur] North Korea up to tin
ManrhiiM.m bordei He made
lnrio-Tiln
Kalln.....i
light on

rib ,i
h Ra
iii
. h from India and the
........< IOW Ol
la
bi n.ip|tenln4
rn>et
HM |<
lei tune months 1
Kal rt-
(.ntiai figure thii statement si hli weekly Pre)
nwenlna Seas iOenference In answei to a qur*-
UaafM of the Noethejfti rapit'i
to "wm* foi peaea and pro
periiy ami a unified Korea
The rtreata of Pyorigyaoa -i
docorated with bannei
lasl reported^ South Koraan United Natmn
.. tn.- sea I >l United Btalaa Bagi
'. nine Bynsjm n Rl 11
ii
ceUatlon of his visit i
... "(>. i.i . ..' I thai the Pre en1
,,rl cri idvl .i iigainat It
- .BJaatei
The gueen walked with hi
Iked Prlnccsa Eli/nbetn
l! in< suinptive and PTim-o-ts
Margaret her slsier. with Uielr
i-s-vfin -oi.i giarKlmother yue"
Man
The Anthem
ininm-
Wilh roll ..I drums the MUitai woulo
lahed Into the atrain. of to Ihe
.....I Anthem Then seate-1 der
the Kin* heard speeihes "f Wei- Bonn
v count Fon tt i
Chaanslloi ami Colonel Clifto '
Rrnwn. Speaker and Chairman a uy M_
I i.....mmunisb
taei l i M >> hunan side.
He .....lasL II was hi undei
ttan on'" thht South Kort in
ihe Un-
der on the Korth Koraan side, but
that Unib
not >;< .....r Itsrlt
rhen oeaHhasion
m reporti Irom Tokyo and Korea .
ivhelhei t'niteil States troo|>s |
said Amerlcsr

had been ordered to stoii
about 2(1 miles from
TU.I. THK A11VO. A1 i
tbk mm
Rhic 3111 Diy or Nlihl.
wr m ADVOCATE
rA* FOR NEWS.
..----------------
Ovai Til--, aj j big qsjaataiB
ianX ti.lai I'ortenlous event"
1 i to oa t.ikiug
i ace, iiui ih imii..i < lovemmaui
...... Lhasa, laa
direct Iriformatlen
i ... that chlneat
1 Mi.ii.liei,
in.
Indian I ,-, Nelini
is-us.el mn m ...Iviser. In
Delhi t.-i) ti. situation rmited
bj Ihe Chines, .nim uneemenl
Tlie CUnSMS Kmbawy there said
lhej had.....i^onnafjon Un-
ffknal observer. In the India i
. BpUal i--i"i-'-i ihe view that
the entry a garrisoning of Tibd
by Chinese troops would create u
new mtuation. rha In.....r.Govern-
me->i had il along favoured a
pemetul settlement.
Reuler
/ e- e k earlier than
anticipated.
the remainder would aaortiy lo-
ll urn
u"on. ?- A Bustamante j Trilme popped for two
Mrs. Ro-e UH>n IJ.LP.) rr.embe>-Iprr (jermsny and chiirrh hell,
of the House of Representative^ i.rrompanied by MbaGlady, h |d attaoswai abroad.
Longbrklge. Private Secretary tot
Mr nustamanu*. wlU leave1
ARTIE'S HEAOLINC
I certatafy never forget
eCamrofURwassMd*
t of the EUphant/
Hoi. .1 O.....
'Pie King replying said the
prasgnoa of the Commonwooit''
leores ntfttives made it a proii'i
d4<% He addel. "although m
peoples van in -(. language
. no tradition, the *pint nf ou
P.ihamenlarv *yslem i"
Illative Aaeembly In il j
i
Me prayed that all who serve I
ii 'h.- New chin bei wou'-' i ;
an Uaipsrauon and example lo .i
it the world "at a tim-
eli wa> Of life WB
i,, dans
n and tyranny
IhC Km
Die present le
, *ith a rormal speacli
: for him by Ihi Coven
in nt and reviewing it^
the pi r< rnonthi
The now scftslon Of r
-.ill be opened on Tm-.-i., t
the King will dettvei
niiik the Oo S
I '
ueh orde
,irm> i|M)kesnu .aid the) knew of DO
. 'n halt their adv..in .
_Reater.
t-d
of
Jamaica Police Charged
With Mistreating Prisoners
KINGSTON. Jamaica. Oct B8.
I
Htvnerit oners in
ass resulting m
.
In death, the '
mission of three
The West German news agency]appointed
Jamaica on Thursday and will be; ni'A hal'eri its Iranatu Supreme C irt jtidu,. aa|trt
Joined in Washington by delegate.' two minutes, special prayers were Chairman these
Of other British Caribbean mad in churches and leading'charge* .and ff substantial
Colonies They will open negotia- ; church and civic personotTTe* make recommendations to prevent
tions with the President of the, called for the return of prisoners.la recurrence of thii ill-treatment.
Commission rm Migrant Labour > Reader *^ri preas
Canada, U.S. .1 < in In
Defence Production
WASHINGTON. Oct. 26
' ..I....... r " .
agreed to-day <.n a m*-i*-,m pro-
Kramme ',' co-operatl'm in pro-
duction '
Deparlrnei announced '
Like then jsai Una
it provide:, foi exchangm.
ntcai knowladgi

the distribution of scarce raw ma-
rtd uppliea
The State lleportment Baal la it
Unrterstanding "will greatlv
increase our industrial mootbsa-
.- 't ml) aatataas us
to prepare ourfelvet for any mili-
tary emergencies wbJ
. -Rentrr
to
Of jetting Flour
,\l. i.W memb. i
t flrat real "
10 yean.
moua clock Bi|
ii,. riptaaeaj hott Beana or them
hi.d waflM UH door
sine* before dawn.
The new House is tin
mom' lourth borne In
Combining tiadlUon wltl
tOIISOIUanOS it replace-. th
: by bombs on May 10
1P41 in one i>T LOSMSOl
air raids of the second w
The archway over the door of
.ni new chamber Churchill
Arch >-. made fTOOl H
rbith woi
by German bomb* In
r. rune f

the House of Lot '
while the Lords have bi
i a King's rob
29 Speaker* and member* of
-
don for
tilotoric ceremony
to enter the
ssshan M'
On Page 3
Denmark^
(iovernment
KesignH
i OPBfHAOl H Oat 2
... Mlaaasi i Haa
ii.. ,: osa Beetalasl Qovsm
.eil early to-day hi '
King to Invite Opposr
> Form new got
Earlier Hedtofl I
hande-l In the ie*ignation of hi
to King ri'^leiM
aHer being defeaaid m inirliBnier
>te I
-
i-i
Trie (rovernnienl arhli I
M | tha 101 in the l-ov"
.! >.-.
Much butter aa possible shout
i, le for enm b
I | | ; i- '.on i. n I
:., i ra and Henty n-- I
htvoared deiiitloninK
It was expected it would le
h. fore the new Gev-
an a* formed.
In !)er, mark's general election
on Beptembei r, after Hedtof
. over opposition to hi
Labou
re unable to Ond
a ma; N
;ieed to remain in ofli'
Sails v. Smoke
1 tio sail's of the
old-tlnio dipper
nave given jMry
to "smoke
d
the smako of the
modom "O-IPPIl'-
slill sails the
sc^cn 'seas!
..rT-* opposHlon parties had fall.-'
.1 fOHltUW RM.W."
Only I da> left tu will
JS0.00 la th* -*TOT
Pholo Comvrtllloo.
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TACT. TWO
BAUADOS ADVOCATE
rRIOAY, OCTOBER tl, 1S30
QaJab Calling
INTRANS1T
IHg (HI
Wi-ii

for Tnm.lad . Hon'bk L C
Hamtavt. KC and hw dauihte-
Miss Kathleen Han
Hon*ble Hum
Tiinldacl to Marttnlqu
Jttnnl hi* daughtci wh-
oul from England on llu shly
Mia* Hannays ha* ]u
Mh...l al OlTH CoUfl*
ham
In transit
INTKANSIT brougll Baroados
\ m
rpi Homsun. Operation.*
PNi nWI.A i.roigi? WM on
his vma^' 10 tirwiarta Iron, Trial'
. ,i il. ..i
lib assisting wdfh la*
ntm traffic at Pearl's airport
Due to the const..i
am, 11 w i a. Vlklnff
(34 panenger planes) which arc
:frto Rico services from
Trinidad, now call m al Grenada
Instead of BHrbadoa. en route
hope* to rome over 10
Barbados tor a twoday vrsi; in
about two weeks' tUM. Hi- w
uhoc ore yom wall I Kg for
War raj*'"
L
p; rt
\s:
For Men Only
Wi


Short Vitit
VFF
O
Branckei
Trinidad
Mi J E
Ml- I* H. Ml
m
shor.
T
Kins, ml art a I nod
al SaDdiinghatn. Ii la tr
lion in the year when
on. tie is separated from
I MM-I
Kmy Kdwartl VII -tarted .'
and both h's Mn and grandson
have always had an all-men party
inning partridge shoot
Wnh the King this year wora
. t,f Gloucvtrr, the Dm*'
of Beaufort, the Hot David
BoweM-Lh- i, '< brother,
and Mnfor Michael Aaean,- [|
wou'ii l*> hard to gather five
>t* together.
80. At Least
FROM Switzerland I hear a
story which ioiikths irnnV
Hnf and a
id* Of Hie variety slag<\
strict about discussing her age.
When, the other day. a Buick
sped along a main road to Oenev.
II was stopped by a patrol car
"Eighty, at least" said the cop
"You are a bar, and you ar.>
certain!: no gajnUtvnan,'' nDttod
week
The nolici
The
Ml
One Of Two
.hunt two weeks lime III' *ll- nraiimn. m.i i\ nc nil nil ------""-
M-turn on the vessel laler in the
Returned Yesterday
R. and Mrs Eric Atkinson
ho ware holidaying in St rvR AND MRS Q ACRES and
Lucia. relurn.- They were slay- Peter, arrived from B.G. yester-
tng with Mr ..nd Mn Denis Bar- day afternoon by B W..1.A
nard
Maps And Question*
looked.
Muilinguett
Cricket And Golf
1AM very gl.nl t Barbados to get jume sunshine
after having a grt-at deal of rain
ii England,' M l- S. Cluunbei
Housewives'
Guide
Prices .:f Cueomben an*
Pears when Ihe 'Ad vacate ~
rberked yeat>r**y were: -
{'cumbers S ornla per lb
Peara 6. 7 and S reals each.
ROBINSONS
PATENT' BARLIY
nukw nMKc met. Ilain*ll tor half
PATENT GROATS
B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME
rlUUAY. Oclottac
ISSO
Stool. l.SS I
AHRlviNt; ban
day via T
U.W.IA.. were Mr
M. Bell. Mr Roll
uba voter- Blj- fr tv*
r i n i d a d by
and Mrs N
Is o Rcflnei-y
ud
Acres is one of the two physicians lojd Carlb yesterday He arrived
'f the Demerara Bauxite Co.. in here <>n Wednesday on the Coiom-
McKeiUde and has bc*n living In bte kCcompanied by his
i roan
After Two Weeks
M
ELVIRA HUGGINS
her daughter Joan, alter
spending sis mouths" holiday in
ihe United Kingdom.
While in the UK he said thai
lie saw a lot of tin- nickel games
between England .nid Hie We.-t
Indies and also the Open c.olf
Championship in Scotland.
Barrister At Law
fit ALBERT J I'AUKES. Bar-
La
M"
Thay j>lan to l>e In Barbados for
wo weeks and are staving at Ihe
M.i-lnigs Hotel
Official w in the Lugo Oil "
Transport Company
Bon fur only live days they are
staying at Cacrabank
Both of them seemed vr)
interested In the island and asked ,,uple ol weeks' holiday in Bar- _
about several well known spots i,doF returned to Trinidad yes- Secretary of the British Guiana
As they waited fur Ihelr baggag I(.rda> H,tcrn<-.n bv KWI.A Boxing Hoar.i of ConiiolieUirned
rVO in th- terminal building xi% gam StaVlM l Hotel '" '(n,,sn <"' by B.W.I.A.,
at Scnwell. they went over to tin- .<...1 ;. ester day after -pending seven
InfoniKitio- Desk lo buy a map o- Hetuniing MH 0U eailier b9 Wks* holiday in tho tfland.
the Island and ask a few mon ,, Un.i(1 waa UlU SbOtagft Dean*, H ,"',,'<, "* Rc*lr" "
questions Although nON for onl) ti..ughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. C.
(l\-e days they certainly are plan- Deane of Maraval. who left bv
ning t see ds much <4 the island ui(. "Colonibie" on Wediw!*ia>
as possible night. She w.is glM -ikying al tin
Back From 6 Month." u'7'^
Holiday Continuing Holiday
AFTER sx months' holiday t-i I EAVINO on Ihe SS. "Colom-
England. Mr. C. E B'ui/e. *- b,r" "n Wednesday night
Accountant of the Central Water (nr Trin-dad on two months aU phrMmgl the young mem
Distribution. Authority of Trini- holiday was Major J. E. Griffith, bens* Dcpartmcnl of the Mother-
dad. returned home on Wednesday "I"'*' (",,'rk "f ,hr u*ral Post ijn,0n have TOO Service at the
night by the French Liner 0tif^; ...^
T&fomWe" Hewss accompanlstl ,M"nr _1CrlTth * "owL \;r-
by his wife and son Hugo. pleting his six months holiday
Mr. B)aiu> lold Carib that h.> P"r> "' *hlch h''. fnt An }""
wont over principally to see Ihe United Kingdom with the Barbu-
crlcket and said thai he had g Rifle Team which shot at
vary enjoy able stay in the Mot he Bislcy
Country. ''* 'u|d Carib that he woui have remained in England for a
lunger pf-riod but was forced to............
cturtl home due to the death of returned home on Wi
Mi motha ntghl by Iho ss "Coiomble
While In Trinidad, he will Iv after paying ;. tl.......ine vl
fed the
F.
pICUPFD here li ll^liy
1 arood ballerina. 21 year-
old Volande Uccs. iat
srrlved in London
With her Is her husband
Mr. Abner Rosenleld. a 41-
YKOlI ->id sLeelmun.
Whpn I met her at the
fUvoy Yolande Lacca lold me
klii smoke* or 50 ctgarelU*
a,day. ga*e this warning lo
women smokers I one*
gave iiielf nlcoVla*
poisoning."
1 IS p m lUdKi
1 nr Uwtum or r -- w "
I p m Th Ntwfc III i "I"-"'
I Hwa from Britain. SIB p.m ~!"
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iH.laMc th ruflr.. i> TT-.r IK
4 |D p m T^ Daily SMvic*. IS p m
Night* at W Optra. 8 p m Ba4>
MhPMiiv ! lh ThaaU* O'gan
p m Srolinh Maaallnc. S p m u
S'.usar aoaa round. SO p m A im-n
of few PMplM. S SO p m intnhiae
1pm Th* ttwmm. I 10 p n. N.
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D.ru. t p m Radio N*mnt)
p m. ViHurf NalMuii Raparl. SO |> in
rompoarr of tni wmi. . f . tk-
i.'ctwtp Caauwaaj o p m **j"?*
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GLOBE
OPENING TO-DAY 5 a S.SS PM
HER KIND OF WOMAN NEVER LEARNS! '*
J AITTHUft KAN" c
ANN TODO CLAUDE RAINS TREVOR HOWARD I > ,
Heavier Women Cwrlwy DM Not Pay
Supreme Court of llritish Oi
lor two years and has since oeci
appointed .i C'ommis-iioner o
Oath*
Parkcs while here was th<
guPstolMr. .iikIMi- B.I McU-o.
,! v.ilinc" ffaUUlfton Street
Toy Service
Trinidad Medico
T-\H. and MRS. M KoilUKSTKI!
of Triiii'l;nl rra intraiih.;
da ihe "ColWiW
from Kngland where ihey hi.
tx months' holiday.
EviKY rtar sh
Chnttmas the y
Cathedral, where they .lislrlbub
loin to poor ehfldfan. This year
the Service will bo held on
December 18. '' 30 p.m.
Returned To Trinidad
yflt, T. GRANT MAJOR.
1VI. Canadian Trade Commis-
ihe Bafrtani Cartbbeaii
haadqiigiisT i In IMnldad
guest of his cousin Mrs. hen- Hewa laytn) it tl* Oees
le Cannes of San Fernando. View Hotel.
BOOK YOUR SEATS
LONDON.
Their'- a sneaking suspicion in
ritaln that women an- BfltUng
.i\ier. and th* Clolhing indus-
ry Development Council aims 10
. nl out lor >ure
The. t ouaefl anm u u i
.liey ure pi..iuiin to take *. I.
p. sod bust measurements of I'll.1
. .,i oven i'hi nhmtmmi In Bgitali
"he lob will be done by wwi.n
-I.N\
En-route To St. KUts
SPENDING a short hol.da> u.
Barbados prior to reUinmi
.. St. Kills Is Miss May Stevens.
Matron of Cunningham Hospital
She arrived here on Wednesday
. vening by the SS 'Colonibw
LONDON.
Albert William Saltwr leame-i ,
that courtesy, like crime, does" '
TtM 34-year-old electrician
stole a purse from u home an1
v as arrested when he returned,1
several hours later, lo apologize
He waa sentenced lo three month-
In jail
I.N.S.
cnosttvi'onn
' r i 1
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from England ..fter spending one
year doing Sister Tutor's course
al Edinburgh University in Scot-
land.
Miss Stevens is a guest of Mr
and Mrs. D. S Payne of Harrow.
S: Philip
it
^%rh^m^*lrtr--a
Bars fruit nor (So moat rosam
&aot iu Oooout ofelaa. (Si
board royal. i)
_ One Woman*
JRrik Storg
plim TONrrr.
GRANII ALL STAR TALENT CONTEST FOR
THE SILVER COP
AND INTRODUCING
LITTLE LORD FAllNTLEY-ROl < >
The World's VMingesI CalypsonUn
Singing his own rompualllon
"MODERN GIRLS AINT GOT RKHPECT"
SAVE YOUR 4 TICKETS TONITE
4 CARTONH OF HEINEKEN'H BEER Given away FREE
PIT 29 HOUSE 3ti BALCONY U BOX 60
.50
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bt LONU FELLOW
One lottor almply stand* for another In this example A la used
for the thr* L'a, X for the two O'a, etc Single letters, apoa-
trophloa. Um length and formation of the words are. all hints
Each day the coda lettera are different.
A CrypUgram quoUlluM
f>A JWE V PAVKE Hi SWGTEAKO.
P Q K KEVO. KEVO VE EN A ENHTL
BOll- NATPATl
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THOUGHT, TWO HEARTS THAT BEAT AS ONE-LOVELU
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BOB HOPE RHONDA FLEMING
... "THE GREAT LOIEH"
.. iHti-ii iloiia
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lawtui draire. i3i
, Olve ear to U)0 H.O. ((
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nsagaaM. isi
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how peaaimism (Si
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for
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(TWO BOX OFFICES)
on
NOV. 2nd & 3rd
THURSDAY & FRIDAY AT 8.30 p.m.
MATINEE FRIDAY AT 5.00 pm
ill! RoUmd YOUNG
Roland CULVER Richard LYON
> Proyoka with a bsb at Vora.
U. Here EDO tint. UM It I >W.
a. ana but a* pan of a iock.
If. Latf u la dtaonmt. .li
lb. A msDuai oporatiou may turn
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To-day 2 30 and 8 30 u
conUnulns
u iiii.iin Shakeapcarc'a
"MACBETH"
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Ornon WHU
now
To-day to Sunday I 30 and
8.15
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Deal Arnaa Mary Hatcher
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HAVANA"
CARGO IN
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Brodrrlrk Crawford John
Ireland Ellen Dreu
ROYAL
To-day only 4 39 and 8 3*
Republic Big Double
"GLASS ALIBI"
AND
"DAREDEVILS OF THE
CLOUDS"
with Baton LlTUwWa
Sat. Mld-Nttc Show
Republic Wholf Serial
"KING OF THE FOREST
RANGERS-
OLYMPIC
l ..si Two Shows To-day
4 30 and 8 IS
i inU'.i Artlata Double
William Boyd- Andy Clyde
'UNEXPECTED GUEST
AND
"NEW ORLEANS"
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER IT, MM
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PARE THREE

King Opens
Commons
Snappers
Defeat
Sword fish
.
doi at I
0 fratn P*Cr
no hu\
\ hours before th
OVBt three ..undieii peopl ' of ihe carl*
jfteniooti al < oriservatives
tic Club, saw Snapper* | 'hn ""^ere.! to ni^m by rr-
... M Mmni tfteir mmu with card*
M Labour Party dec ded not to
Ban, Kenneth I nee scored *' seats In this -
i of :hc House, Colonel
ulr hi.ly Manning ana
Qeskrgja M-i.-Lran ICOWri OM aB| -.
The other scheduled match be-
tween Police and Bonitas did not
coma off as Police war* unable
to field u compleu- team Thus
bonitas enter the finals of the
K O. Competition without having
IP play a match, as Un,
I lm round boniljs play
next Thursday for (ha
KO. Cup.
The mutch was as follows.
Snapper* SwoidfUli (I
This was one of the moat thrill-
ing matches of the season. K was
fast and for the first fix.
of play It looked like
S-me. Indeed. Swordflsh **** the
n Geoffrey
Foster tried with U aoeOnU
long shot. This was well ar.tin-
ptd by the Snappers' goalkeepei
Tuylor. who turned it over the
bar conceding u corner. This did
not bear fruit.
^prctacular Stoa.
Then bi tappers uresv
v.as Suurdtish's turn to coDC*KM
a comer, which was taken by
BanpaWai [not, who wa* close m,
tecvlved the pass which was low
uiki hard. In a flash he slapped
ii into the nets to open
lug for his team. It was a spec-
tacular shot. The scon
thanged at hall time.
It was during the second half
ndrtsh began making
mistakes. Their forward pftaJhM
too defensively and Snappers took
ttw opportunity of bringing four
tin wards into the attack as the
I i-ntic-iorward repeat-
edly followed the Snappers' centre
back Into bli own go;d area.
Billy Manning sent m gjDgJ
i.umber two from clow rang! and
this was followed almost imme-
oiutuly by one from skipper
George MacLean who swam
through and scored from about
eight yards from the goal posts.
Snappers ket up their pressure
and goalkeeper Albert Weather-
head backed up wall by Gerard
Jordan and Maurice FilzgeriiM.
si-ved many Carl kJ
Snappers were definitely trie
better team and shortly before the
end uf play Kenneth luce again
scored in tine style. About one
minute before the end of the
game however the Snappers' wing-
er was adjudged offside and had toj
l water. Swordii-h with an,
extra man. attempted a l des-j
penal move to score but time
.mist them. i
WhlSts* went before tin
u-uk could distribute the ball U
i forward*.
The teams at Of,
snappers A Taylor. C Mac
Mac Lean (Capl.) D.
BannaVtaT) B Manning. F. Man-
ning and K. Incc
MwafdfUh A. WeathcrheaU. tvintorio
fCap*),. M Jordan. O Jordan. | Ing great
N Portillo. M. Fitzgerald.
Foster and B. dike
Douglas Clifton Brown
House in prayer. Crowds who
had gathered early saw Arthur
Greenwood, a former Cabinet
Minister one of the Labour Partv
.hi invalid wheeled Inla
. by hl son Anthony
las i i
HMsler MalM in his
iirst speeeh in the new Chambei
i lion wel-
oming Con tepresen-
:atives.
Ra '-ailed them "axaa
tthod -vc-i
devised of combining clTectivr
majortu with
run rvsp. t re
nparvativg leader
Chi
niuUoi,
I Il'-ii hope that
la apd .:,-
btp which bmdi
than together would seme day u
expanded to cover all race* and
people "In a sensible and un-
beatable association".
Liberal leader Clement Davlc*
said that the Commonwealth fam-
H i*w stronger as a mem-
ber nations grew more indepedent
Renter.
Court Holds Up
Anti-Red Bill
MELBOURNE. Oct 25
The Auslralian High Court has
frocan tba federal Government's
new anli-communist legislation
Juattca Sir Owen Dixon to-day
extended for an indefinite period
the interim injunction granted on
October 21 against important
sections of the Act.
He refused the application by
the Australian Communist party
and a number of Communist con-
trolled unions for an Injunction
Imed at neutralising the ac'
pending the court's decision on
its validity. He said he wished
to i OlaltaHl what course he could
take to enable an early decision
on the admlsstbllity of certain
arguments
The interim injunction re-
strains the Australian Govern-
ment from "declaring" Commun-
ist persons or organisations.
Reutrr.
Scotland Yard
Prepares For
Festival Criminals
LONDON
Police officials say Scotland
Yard is fully prepared to deal
with criminal* Cron ail over
Europe who are expected
invade thu- country next year for
the Festival of Britain
The Yard's rogues' gallery of
all known international crooks
has been brought up-to-dafa
Photograph* and descriptions of
each man. plus detniL* of his typo
of fraud, are being circulated
throusjoul Britain.
Soon every plain-clothes detec-
tive and policeman on the beat
v.tll be familiar with the next
set of foreign faces in the rogues'
gallery
The International Police Com-
mission has helped Scotland Yard
with Its preparations From it*>
Paris headquarters details of
criminals "f more than 30 coun-
tries are circulated by radio
Their movements are noted and
broadcast too
So far no detailed plan for
handling the criminal influx has
been worked out 1-v the Yard, but
datjetrvaa n\ airports And seanort'
are exoected to * reinforced
In Londo- nolw officers with
"w^finl*""' know'"'" of confi-
dence tricksters will move among
crowded places A special watch
will be kept on hotels to protect
visitors to the Festival.
If the criminals attempt to enter
the country by legal means they
will be refused. Nevertheless,
tome arc expected to smuggl1
themselves into the country.
INI*.
Australian
Wants To Be
A Japanese
TOKYO. Oct. 25
Former Australian soldier Frank
Weaver who is lighting to stay in
lb his 19 year old Jap-
ii a a/uV today .tcparteil from
nee on speaking Japan-
ese and burst oat with an English
' in court.
a President of the Australian
Provost Court here had asked him
if he would make a statement.
Twenty-four year old Weaver
paeadjsd not guilty to Illegally
entering Japan. Hearing was
idjourned until Monday.
Weaver who has renounced bis
Australian iiUreiiship rights wi
rged under his Japanese name
Tetui.iiMio.Utaka Kitagawa.
Court President Major J M
Small has applied to a Japanese,
Attorney General for an affidavit
on whether Weaver would be
granted Japanese nationality.
Allied Supreme Command has
rejected Weaver's application ^o
enter Japan
Weaver was discharged fr-vn
the army in February 1946 Three
weeks ago for the sixth time in
two years he smujagled himself
into Japan to join the girl he
married while with occupation
force* He was arrested on Octo-
ber 13
During the trial n was said that
Australian authorities had no ob-
jection to Weaver staying in Japan
and had repeatedly insisted that
"he final decision lay with Gen-
ial MacArtruir'v Hcd,,uarters.
Renter
W.I. Trade Worries
U.S. Businessmen
Our
Corni"i.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 23
American business is fast dis-
ppearing from the Caribbean
particularly from the British
This situation is caus-
:oocern to American
i; business houses, which before and
ig the war did very thriving
The referee wa7sir. W. Gibb* I { In these parts So says Mi
Next Thursday will be the K.O.! J W. Thurban, Sales Director of
Finals Snappers vs. Bonitas.
LAST SPORT
SWAFFHAM. England.
Members of Swaffliam. Norfolk.
angling club have decided to taku
no part in organised fishtns
matches next season.
Tha reason Riven by .i club
I i war
M:it.i, iingluiK is becoming as

with bookuea making Ub i
of do's and don'ts. and all the
wuikii*K like galley
"We believe that angling is a
port for a man who likes a snooze
mid a goasip when he feels so
Inclined."
of the leading American Pibr
Wood suppliers in the United
Slates.
He said that up to last year h<*
bad received orders from his
agents in certain British West
Indian islands, for his products,
but this year he was informed that
there were no purchases to b.-
madc. He added that it was quite
fortunate for American export
trade that Ihe Canadian dollar
hnd become on pnr with theirs.
This meant that Americans who
have been buying Canadian goods
(though the corresponding articles
were manufactured in the United
States of America) will now turn
to make their purchases at home
Mr. Rtl&cttU Plans I The* Plans Will
To {|W Down !."> I
Feel In River
HDON. I
' srd otM-l
in subma in. will soon be fln-
;hed And nen III Frank Ru>-
sell ,t 0 Higgle -
de. Beds wil get it ;,i .
ic gardaa
. Bcdi.i.. nciic* ta
bike u do\ ii |&f| ii i Um I
Ouse
A erano *' o "i caa
lent!
Mr. Russail has been on tf>
job lu his small woiaatboB in h.
garden for two yaara
..-st uni.
and some Internal iitung?
oenplete to give it
footed it on .i n\.
Mr Russell, who has spec
110 on the vessel, at)
dreamed oi bullduag
ubmaiine amce .i bo>
of | m. steel plate and arl
fully louden, about ha:i
succrssfi I he
bo a proloty !>. fi
model, cap-ible of
1000ft.
Tsk-iiAll I \prdllHHl
With tin.- oa hope* to go n
J* expediti' i. to
f Uie taVfai mythical AtlanH
continent said to have been
drowned uV Ihe Atlanta
of years sssi*
He la a ra&nber of a tarhnlc..
comnilUee of Atlanteai Ri aaJ
Centre Group, which have stream
.ruddered an expedition Th
mountains on the Azores a r
pposed to be the top of Atlantlt
L.E.H.
Change History
Of Britain
LON.
m point
i hei histoiy next *M
| | lans ue ,>pri-
Cotaatn
Plaiiiniig AJaaaaaMoO.
A confeienca called t>y the
minster Bridge, on November )G.
Mil ba opened by Mr G. *
Lindgrcn. Parliamentaiy Seen-.
tary, Ministry of Town and Coun -
In Planning.
The association say: '
we ire at a turning point tn the I
nan and couotiy
piaBnaasj sad in our natlon.d
Uic Iii IBS) a series of devd-
paana will piovide .1
new g| ra ''
iii tant
i
Bd ensure
i basis for ap-
m of the plan-
.
Lord Silk... Tkere


Mn
Tho
Plai
I la-1


eril i'oi por Mi B J Collins. Mkddiesex
Counts Planning Officer, will lake
part in the lonfei."
i ga I epler. pi.
the fntarnatlooal Federation foi
Housing and Town Plannwn, will,
asaak "ii What should we plan
I. K S
POLISH CONSUL RESIGNS
LONDON, Oct. 28.
Polish acting Consul General m
London, Zygrnunt Schneber, tuui
resigned and applied for asylum
as a political refugee, a Foreign
OfTlco spokesman announced to-
day.
The spokesman said that his ap-
plication was undei .onaideijium
Tha detection of Schrieber la
the fifth resignation from the
Polish Embassy diplomatic mis-
sion H, London for political rea-
sons In as many niontlis.
A Polish Embassy spokesman
to-day confirmed Schrieber's re-
signation but refused to make any
commentRenCer.
MILK WILL COST MORE
iFIwiii Our Owii urrcwndi't'
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 23
Mr. Jose de Montbrun, diredoi
of Grell and Company, said at
Piarco Airport that the Trinidad
Government may have to pay
more money in the way of sub-
sidies for Canadian flour owing to
the revaluation of the Canadian
| dollar. "The prices will go up
"about 10 per cent on Ihe landed
import cost" he said. He has been
warned that the prices of conden-
sed milk would be increased all
over the world because of the In-
creased prices in sugar and tin-
plate. ________________________
Warspite
JVean End
LONDON.
*< j ' the Navy 'grand
Jki Lady who has been dodging
he sh.pbreakers yard for the
ast five years, has reached the
|st chapter in her 38 vasjn
history
D.Tu., i-"? loweU her close Ui
m M^oiaers Mount Harbour
Mount s Bay. Cornwall
There the 30.00-ton battleship
will serve tha nation for the
last tinnjby providing thousands
of tona of top-grade sieet for
British industry.
Warsplte's active service ended
in 1945, when she was taken to
Portsmouth to have her gun
mountings hoisted off.
In 1647. towed by two tugs,
she set off againbound for a
ship-breaking yard In the Clyde.
But. caught in a 60 m.p.h gala,
she broke away and wtni
aground off Prussia Cove, Corn-
wall.
300 A We*k
For three years, night and day
attempts were made to salvage
her. To the Bristol scrap metal
firm who bought her, she cost
up to 1300 a week in wages bills
To a workman, 24-year-old
John Mctfuarrie, her price was
death, he was killed In
explosion on board last March
She was finally refloated
July. But her troubles ware'
not yet over: a leak was dls- '
covered in her boiler room and I
she went aground once more. (
Now the ship who served
Britain in two wms is near lnr
end. L.E-S
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Thousands of persons thronged
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Spain's Indian town, to join In the
celebration of Hoeea. Parades
and processions leading the tajahs
accompanied by the beating of
drums and the playing of the
gatka (an Indian street dance)
was brought to a close last night,
when the tajahs were dumped Into
the sea, according to custom
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PACK FOIR
BARBADOS ADV.K All
IKI1IW. IXTOBKK 27, 1*M
Barbados & \Woffli Science and Agrit'ulture MOSCOW
Friday. Oriobrr 27. l5fl
III III I HIS I
THE suitability of Gravesend as a site
for a rifle range has been one of the mat-
ters receiving consideration lately. Some
would like to see the Rifle Range removed,
while others maintain that Gravesend is
the best and most convenient site for a
Rifle Ran*e
Both partic* (mm reuona for their opto-
ions, but it must be conceded that the
argument shacking the "status quo "are not
particularly convincing. The most cogent
reason advanced as far as these gentry are
concerned is the fact that the Range has
been there for fifty years. And, in an
island where pedestrians rely on the fact
that they were there lirst and therefore
have an inherited monopoly of the public
road, a claim to seniority is not to be light-
ly dismissed.
Jt is impossible to refute the statement
that the rifle range has been located at
Gravesend for fifty years and that all other
activities such as the Aquatic Club, the
Public Bothing Shed and the British Union
OU Company are comparative "Babes in the
Woods" and newcomers to the area. But
has anyone stopped to contrast conditions
in Barbados fifty years ago with conditions
to-day. Gravesend in those days was en-
tirely closed to the public. It belonged to
the War Office and was a military preserve.
A few persons, with special passes from the
Military were allowed to bathe at the
Engineers Pier. Apart from this conces-
sion the area was out of bounds for civil-
ians. A rifle range was built there solely
for the convenience of the Military who
were not particularly interested in the
finer points of competition shooting; and
as Gravesend was a closed area there was
no fear of any accidental killing or maim-
ing of members of the public.
When the Military left, the Government
of Barbados was either too lazy or too short
of funds to abandon an established range
even though conditions at Gravesend had
materially changed.
The Government have now leased part
<>f the area to the Aquatic Club and to the
British Union Oil Company and, quite
rightly, have attempted to create facilities
for the general public lo enjoy sea-bathing
at Gravesend. In the days of the Military
many beaches near Bridgetown were avail-
able to the public but in recent years built
up areas have extended along the sea coast
so rapidly that the citizens of Bridgetown
would have to go many miles to enjoy a
sea bath if Gravesend were not available.
Apart from the long standing squabble
between the chicken and the egg as to
which was here first there is a strong con-
census of opinion that the standard of rifle
shooting would improve if there were a
range away from the glare of the sea and
the dazzling white sands
And, quite apart from the dangers and
inconvenience of a rifle range in close
proximity to sites used by the public, there
is no question that it is time that more
lungs should be provided for Bridgetown.
The entire area at Gravesend should be
transformed into a delightful park with
flowering trees and ornamental shrubs.
Such a transformation would demand the
removal not only of the Rifle Range, but
of the British Union Oil Company's tanks
which can hardly be described as orna-
mental.
It should not be a Herculean task to find
a new jnd more appropriate site for a Rifle
Range at such a distance where expense
and time in getting to the range would not
be so great as to kill enthusiasm for a man-
ly and. for that matter a womanly sport.
rainfall for the month
September was below average.
In the majority of distent" ihe re
ware approximate!) 14 days oti
which rain fell The heaviest
and best d.Mntmtctl i-ms iMwilftl
on the 5th 23rd and 26th
Anunimu t-> ri-.rifall leturns
received to date from 32 stations,
situated rn anas typical of all
rainfall categoric* of the Island,
the average tola! rainfall for the
Island for September was 6 79
inches. The corresponding figure
for 1949 was II 13 inches, and
the average for September for the
i past 100 years was 7.71 inches
The highest total fall for Sep-
tember 1950, at any of the above
i stations, was 11 SI inches, record-
ed at station In the parish of
St Thomas, and ihe lowest was
4 24 inches, registered at a station
in the parish o( St Michael
The rainfall was sufficient to
maintain good growing condition*
both in plant cans* and ratoorw
and in many fields unusually
heavy crop* have already de-
veloped
The yam and eddoe crops made
good vegetative growth during
the month. Several planters were
able to begin the "Kail planting*
of the sweet potato crop, while
other.* completed, their "Spring
planting" A number of held* of
"Spring planted" potatoes was;
harvested, during the month and
the market supply greatly im-
proved.
The cotton crop continues to
make good progress especially
those plots which had received an
early application of sulphate of
unmonla The trees are boiling
well and some excellent plots
nave been observed in the par-
shea off St. Lucy and St. Philip.
\ slight attack of defoliating
*orm has been observed but this
.iaa been kept in check. Self inn
if the Cotton Variety TrlaU wau
ommenced during the month and
s continuing
Peasant Agriculture
Good weather prevailed during
the month and food crop* gencr-
.11 jr continued to make progress.
, Some sweet potatoes and corn
were harvested and moderately
^ood yields obtained As usual at
this time of the year, vegetable
rarden crops were in limited
ippK
On the whole peasants are sat-
isfied with the good growth main-
tilned by both plant and ratoon
Some cotton plots are well ad-
vanced and have already begun
flowering and boiling. So tar no
, widespread damage has been
used by the cotton leaf worm,
Alabeaaa arglllucea. Peasants,
however, are being advised to do
| preventive spraying with lead
.irsenate solution.
Several peasants, especially in
ihe Christ Church and St. Philip
.ireas, planted plow of the variety
Virginia Bunch during the month
looking well
I..'rite quantities of breadfruit
By R. W. f. TUCKER
v i.. Director Of AgrleaJlere
ited fr*m
ltd gontrol
( Dtatrea Th Weeding of this
raaits) I* being maintains'
for stock purpose* DtCBN
luilabllltj of 11
far field estahiuhment 0
W paraattt of noth botei
Another eonsignniei '
raeh>lk*ler :
Md pssjgg were available m th-
market during the month. Other
nulls in more limited supply in-
cluded limes, sugar and goldei,
apples, coconuts and papaw>
The mam pests reported atta>
ii.g peasants' crops were the com durini the month f"11" Trinidad
ear worm, the cabbage white |t | ...
butterfly and scale inecl>. I'liu
Peasant Agricultural Instructors, Australia on the 16th Septembc
th new information and rang
I Insecticide- for the futui
to advocate suitable con-
ii ! mcasaaTSji
: m ted feed as well as
succulent fodder was In free sup-
ply throughout the month
Six hundred peasant holding*
and 16 school gardens were vis-
ited by Ihe Peasant Agricultural
Instructors during the month.
Foui mango ir.cn were grafted.
BPBUlHW to receive
l iiiide: the provisions of
Ihe Colonial ifc-velopmeni and
waUVfl lriig-.li Siheme
nig Uie i
Climax Wiiidm.U Unit
control of this pest
During September, there has
been a great demand for the loan
of sprayers. Information **a
also given in connection with
ml 'ii......"us plants and eHm
tree, which WSM PlfpsVBw
! 'I* 'i sects
Plan! IIjm-um-s
- ivcd under th.
I>ur- Mosaic Dlsra&t (Eradication i Act,
w ]2fi 194322, during the month re
was m- Prtec
stalled on one holding, while Fisheries
other peasants -ere assisted with Repayments on loans receive.1
galvanised pip? and other equip- during September, amounted t<
meiit. mainly f. r overhead irrl- 6578.18- This amount makes i
ghllon. total of $50,876.10 repaid to d.d.
There was . total of 126 head over all loan* uuwed.
of livestock on the six stations at Interest collected for the mODtk
the end of St ptember. Including -v. as 1185 making a total "f
\oun* stock l*urn during the J6U2.31 paid to date,
month. Four hundred and thirty- A sum of $899.39 was loaned
seven gallons of milk were pro- to fishermen for the month, mak-
duced. Sixteen young pigs for ing a grand total of 190.234 2'
rearing and 3 head of other stock, loaned lo date.
surplus lo the stations' require- One meeting yf the Fisheric-.
menta. were sold. Advisory Committee was hcl.i
during the month, at which In
Botanical applications for loans totalling
The following fruit trees were *2.o89.09 were sanctioned
budded during ihe month A1 th1* meeting it was decided
Orange 67. Ume 269 and Man- lo approach the Government foi
darln IS. Kruit trees delivered ["mission to import cotton net-
from Codnngton were as follows. llnB suitable for Ihe assembling
Orange 11. Grapefruit 8, Lime of gill nets lo be sold to fishermen
30. Lemon 8, Pa paw 18, Golden- Other matters concerning account.!
apple 4, Citrus 2. Breadfruit 15, * deceased fishermen, as well aa
Guava 5. Grape 2 and Cherry 1 backward accounts and Ihe pre-
One hundred and ninety-four vulon of a concrc,c *ab aI Ba,h-
ornamental plants of different ""cba >r the cutting of large fish.
species were distributed **' *** discussed.
In addition to the above, 3,935 The "Investigator" carried out
casuarina. 724 mahogany and *""ni experiments chiefly
dis-
451
tribuled
Entomological
Now that the parasite breeding
season has ended, routine work
Is being carried out, of sieving,
bagging, sale of wheat and clean-
ing and repairing of the unit--.
and of wheat containers One
moth breeding unit
in operation so as to maintain the
necessary slock of parasites in
readiness for next season'* work
The annual pre-harvest counts
of cane stalks infested, have been
started during the mimth at lbs
cane breeding plot- at Hit lev;
far, there has been a low incidence
Of molh bOtW infestation, but
slight to moderate
of termite damage
Some rut damage was also found
During the month 60 Llxophaga
connection with the captui
king fish with a view of checklm;
the arrJVal of the king llsh season
on the southern coast of the
island. During these operations
bank spotting and depth record-
ings were made on several of Ihe
deep sea banks of th" coasl
These operations will continui
, throughout October and Novem-
9mntj ay b.r
Catches of llsh were again vcr-
{.mall throughout the month
Experimental
Cotton Spinning Plant
Production of 18's count cotton
yarn for use *| UM West Indian
Knitting Mills was 2,162 lb Two
_ grades of 5 ply 10's cord wan
amount also made from existing stock-
ingle io'n yam; the combined
weights
1,417 lb.
if the two grades batog
North Korean Sword
SEOUL
There is an ancient Korean
proverb which warns1 "Beware
of a sword hiding behind a smile."
North Koreans who held the
South Korean capital of Seoul for
three months made no attempt to
hide their sword behind a smile.
During the occupation period,
it is estimated that this sword fell
on Ihe necks of at least 5,000
Seoul residents who had no bene-
A1 of tilal or counsel
This waa Ihe figure given to
this correspondent today by LI.
Than Bod Sung of the South
. .i r counter Intelligence
-orps which Is now investigating
Communist activity during the
weeks of Red occupation.
There is nothing harder to come
weeks following the city's libera-
tion than contlrmed statistics. But
American officials in the South
Korean capital consider Lt Chan's
ilgurc conservative.
Here are some other South
Korean estimates of the work
wrought by the Communist
sword:
Twenty thousand Seoul resl-
.tents Jailed.
Thirty thousand deported to
North Korea
More than (0.000 young Korean
men summarily taken into the
North Korean at my or into work
brigades- -and that Is the figure
lor Seoul ulone.
Although the Communist party
had been outlawed In South
Korea, the North Koreans found
an underground organization of
30.000 Communists ready to serve
them in the capital city, accord-
ing to counter-intelligence corps
ilgurea.
The North Korean functionaries
who Hocked to Seoul and filled
such hotels as Ihe chosen parly
lo capacity, and trusted Seoul
Communists benefited from the
occupation
They received special ticksM
By IMING LEVlNE
from a "people's committee" for
liberal rice rations from ware-
house stores in the city.
As for the non-Commuimls.
listen to the problem which con-
fronted a University assistant pro-
fessor's wife named Byong Oh.
"Frequently it would take a
whole day to buy enough food for
one meal for myself and my three
children." she said.
"Hicc. which used to coat 2.600
won (about $1.00) for a measure
soared to 12,000 won.
"it would only be bought on
ihe black market I had to sell
clothing nnd some furniture to
buy food."
This housewife Is not unique.
The North Korean regime in Seoul
made no apparent attempt to pro-
vide some suitable distribution of
the war-limited food supply.
To make matters worse, all
hank accounts were frozen during
ihe entire period of Communist
occupation so the people couldn't
even draw on their savings to
help.
South Korean Home Minister
'hough Hyong Ok said:
The Communists threw away 'i
great opportunity to win sym-
pathy for their cause when they
made no effort lo feed the popu-
lace.
"Even persons who welcomed
the Communist victory soon felt
otherwise when their stomachs
were empty. Under the \fjnrM
days of Japanese rule there was
much more to eat than durtnq
those 90 days."
Besides rice warehouses, the
North Korean regime confiscated
all warehouse slocks of clothing
ami Issued coupons only to
selected Communist members at
special prices In the case of
nee. the price to Communist
members In good standing was
I'm won per measure.
In the middle ot July, the gov-
ernment o( Communist Mayor LtS
Sung Hyup. one time North
Korean Minister of Justice, an-
nounced that about one-third of
Seoul's population which num-
bered more than a million and n
half al the war's outset would
have to evacuate Seoul because of
American bombings.
The purpose of this order,
according lo non-Communist resi-
dents, was to provide a choice of
desirable housing In over-crowdeo
Seoul for Ihe influx of North
Koreans and for favoured Com-
munists.
Perhaps "a quarter of a million
residents were evacuated from
Seoul i.nder this programme.
Even before this order was
issued, ihe Communists seized
the homes of President Syngman
Rhee, American Ambassador
John J. Muccio and others for
Communist dignitaries.
llhee's home was designated
for North Korean leader Kim II
Sung but he stayed there only
once on his single visil lo Seoul.
bo reports say.
Muccio s residence has a sign on
it "Kescrved for No. 4 man," but
apparently had never been lived
in although some articles had been
stolen.
As in Nazi-occupied lands where
the heavy knock of the Gestapo
became a dreaded sound in the
night, so in Seoul Communist-run
polks usually made their rounds
when people slept.
Not uncommonly these police
would help themselves lo radios.
Jewelry and other valuables in
the course of their searches.
But perhaps the greatest loss of
property came from small gangs
of thieves which flourished par-
ticularly when people would go
to the air-raid shelters.
Some jallhirds were taken into
the North Korean army but most
of the 11.000 inmates were given
liberty to roam the city at will
despite their records of crime.
INS
Changes
Tune
Uy > IOA KAPLAN
LONDON
MUbLOrt propagandists have dropp.ii
MO war like a hot potato.
And, while it is till too early lo discern
> rlUfllU trend, the whole tune of Moscow's
rtadio broadcasts seems lo have changcxl
.vithin u-ceiit d;ijs Mine an I. w. i attack-
hi "Anglo-American WaJlBOliapra;'1 there is
nun- "ptace" talk.
Only a few weeks ago, Moscow's Radio
devoted a large share ut its time to report*
j1 the "heroic efforts ol the Korean libeia-
lors" (meaning North Koreans); and to "in-
dignation" meetings in the Soviet Union
against the American "intervention.'
ihese broadcasts have ceased. In urn
-6-hour period, the only mention of Uic
\orean war was the broadcast, without com-
nent, ol the brief communiques issued by
he .Nortii Korean supreme command.
Moscow has NOT completely slopped its
propaganda attack on the United States and
other non-Communist countries. But the
amount of radio time used for such attack*
| ias greatly diminished, and much ol the
>Ung is gone.
Moscow's Radio in recent weeks has
stressed the "peaceXui" side of the Russian
character, with items like this:
"The theatrical centre of Siberia is Novo-
j sibirsk. This city has the largest opera Iioum
in the U.S.S.R., with an auditorium sealing
'2,000. It's troupe of singers and dancers
[numbers about 1,000. Novosibirsk also has
i theatre of drama and a children's theatre."
"Recently Byelorussian industrial estab-
lishments more than doubled the output ul
goods for mass consumption. In tins year
alone production of about 1,000 new articles
has been mastered.
"The Republic manufactures bicycles,
sewing machines, radio sets, gramophones,
rugs, vacuum cleaners, etc."
The attacks on the West have included
stories like the following:
"ViennaThe Democratic Press cites new
facts which expose the policy of militanza-
i tion which is being carried out by the Aus-
trian authorities and the western occupation
powers in Austria.....
"MoscowThe heroic struggle of the
Italian working people against the policy of
destroying the national industry which is
being carried out by the ruling circles of
Italy on the orders of the American imperi-
alists, is the subject of an article by Pravda'*.
Home correspondent, Olga Chechetkina."
But this sort of thing is very mild in com-
parison with the bitter all-out attacks which
have been more or less regular features of
l Moscow's Radio in the past two or three
years.
Moscow has given no reason for the sudden
change in propaganda tactics. But the tactics
nave changed.:
INS.
1,250 MILE WALK
WREXHAM. England.
Leonard Muckreth, 46-year-oid Flintshire
dairyman, has just started out on his longest
ound a 1.250 mile walk to Rome as a Holy
Year pilgrim.
Mackreth said:
"I hope to reach Rome by December 22.
"I am going through Belgium, Luxembourg
ind Switzerland."
Muckreth's target i- 20 miles a day.
I.N.S.
oui in aim us SAY i
Defence
The Editor. The Advocate,
SIB,Reading of atrocities o
American soldiers. Communism
etc.. I think everyone should feel
ary concerned over
Hon. and our one aim should be
to pre-erve peace
Civilised nations must hold to-
avthe" and work in unity
Churches must have revlviu
more employment Agencies must
be opened up. and her,- in U.ir-
bados we must set our own hoiist
In order.
The countries boasting high
civilisation must not let them-
selves down by lack of charity in
their own bornei Deviation from
Ihose things that preserve a na-
tion, will inditectV aid com-
munism. The remerty lies with-
in ourselves. Let us utrengthe.i
our side DSfance programme
would also help Barbados and
her unemployment problem
CONCERNED CITIZEN
Behind Time
The Edifor. The Edeorflle
SIR. I ri'i.n
the lack of observation <>f Um*. In
Barbados, and this should be
jamadisd.
As one who has travelled, I
(bid thai knowing the Unie help*
to get one ahead It seems a big
joke with some people even to
enquire the time. In Barbados
"they have the world of time".
Closing of shop doors have also
increased this disrespect of valu-
able time
Unless Barbados get* busy and
scraps her backward habit;;, she
will be another 100 year* behind
"Time".
LOOK AHEAD
Flag
To the Edifor, The Adrocafr.
SIR.I am shocked al the ter-
rible atrocitie* which American
boys are undergoing as America
has been a friend an.I helper to
nil nations. This cruelty should
breed* discontent, and stifles out
tine feelings. Hero is whars the
enemy gets headway.
(let busy, let us save our flag'
AMERICAN SYMPATHISER "
Xmtvr
To the Editor, The rtdrocofc
V .'.(!> dual t ra
lib
Which *Y*r>ht* >"ii >,t
m
Thr nrM (or brlUr hmti
U tuialy "if rrrvi.lv \.. >|
" lov. for h.M you *a
khans*.
Ana thrck th* feara lhat
4o ranae,
tT.*n cood rr*ulta will tti
Race Separation In
South Africa
_____ brsaka. W aiuat to
Chool SO.
Il.l.iiai. ar* over and plra Hew lac* th* mU. roi and
llkwd with (ar lea* brain than brawn.
-- l*ar in *i Oil aarmmu at* tidy a* can b*.
n. book*, though few. ar* good and
i lh*i* that lui.ild hlndrr
br*" -id and aSSBJ at.
unihakan.
Pran hav<
Falih la oui m1u.iI r*mat
But lo' th* madrt -lands.
Sir Orarl* tpaabi a* v.ind*r wa aa*;
Bora. I'll be damnad II lh*>e atatna
raanaln
Kvport altrr 1*0011 all aav th* aatn*.
hecked by condemnation of
evil ioiinli> in p| it. -I
Lack of patriotism which
fosters gratitude, u the outstand-
ing cause, and American and
British countt ies have lacked a
showing of their pride in their
.untiles ami great deeds.
Even hare in Barbados, we
could be mori' patriotic. By lov-
ing our country, we will take care
of our own, Neglect of this duty
ard
Taachtna today I* not I
waak
A ...Id -"...Lin
.pin*
Could n t holh
To n,**l thi. v.
Wi .'. ...
. far bl..w ataad-
1 Ihr vanguard.
k a n ftnatrou*
.. a boy (ran
our >..<. faai
Ighl down tag.
a hit I- long*r
could grow
Sociat Work
T fhc Editor. The .ldi'ocre.
SIR.I um fwfg lorry to sea
that tns Church is not taking it..
rightful place in Social Waif a re
Social work, to bear fruit, must
tulu? a new trendthe old regime
Of ruling by fear, mu* br
.scrapped. People want to be
happy and free, and nol to be
ntigmatised by charityhi nine.
only, and an aim to undcnrtar> the weaknesses of human nature
11 desire to build rather thar.
destroy H Is this spini II t m
bring result*. St. Pnul claimed that
be was the ihiefost of sinners, tad
In this way won thousand*
The spirit of Jesus goould b.-
thy pivot on which social work
should revulvo
He ctune not io
righteous, and those who think
they are paragons can not help
others.
With thanks,,
HUMANITARIAN,
JOHANNESBURG
Supporters ot Prime Minister
Daniel Malan's policy of apartheid
nice separationclaim it is cap-
uirmng the Imagination of white
South Africa because the hug.*
reservoir of Afrlcons in the native
reserve h.i- broken it, historic
bound*
Throughout South Afru. na-
tive* are picture,! as pouring into
huh. imlv 11 few yearn
go, were predominantly white.
he beginning of white
nvilizatlon in South Africa there
has been a sort of geographical
uparUu'td. The Africans are
largely concentrated along the Im-
mense wntershed of the DrmkaM-
burg, a range of mountains Just
inland from the en I roast running
hundreds of mile* from north to
south.
H the riW ol South Afric.ui
Industry has broken the dikes.
With few rsroapaeti i.I .1 slim live-
lihood In their own crowded re-
serves and the reasonable certain-
ty of )obs and wages in the fac-
D-dgdng wMrns, native
youth began trirkhng into th.-
white areas shortly ;ifter the turn
of the century The Bi
war saw the stream of native Im-
migration swelling, and it grew
steadily between the wars.
Turned into Flood
Then the second world war
turned the stream Into ^ Hood.
Since 1939 tens of thousands of
Africans havi :' |*wd into ovary
1 ana) of tin- white In-
(lustri.il gystal Chrtndftat satel-
lite African townships sprang up
around ever* one of the Union's
major toum Even smaller towns
;md village*, wherever there Is ..
factory chimney, have found ne.v
black population* on their door-
Bv>
im.ier the previous gov-
rielri
imeni id by the late _.
Marshal Jan O Smuts town after
town erected legislative barriers
.mains! the fiicioaching natives
Rut these paper centrals had llttir
effect
Now the Hood is lapping abot.'
1 . ing the Bmo-
i r .'pared E\cn Dr. afa-
lan's nationalist party so far has
Brar than a slogan.
.'urn 10 the geo-
11 is a vision which finds
increasing support a!'
'
ince and
world boat
4<3y now
with
INTERNATIONAL
PAINTS
and get QUALITY with ECONOMY
A PAINT FOR EACH JOB
A JOB WELL DONE BY EACH TAINT.
SEE US AND BE INTERNATIONAL
"IMPSI'I A 0.. l/ni-AGENTS
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
TO UPHOLSTERERS
win:\ (i.m.i Tin-: iiim in
11 iiiiii! mmii niii no
Ask for
4
CLOTH
AM I VIIIA IIICAVY AMI
III II llll I I I A I III II i I Ol II Oil
III S MAIS \M I HIS
Your Inspection Invited
?
DA COSTA al CO.. LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPT.
\1X THAT TS BEST
HAMS & BUTTER
AwSaTCMsa I.rs Ham-.
Danish Tin II ." i lbs. jml
10 lbs
Tjble Butlrr In Harkage
Table Bullrr In Tin
Ti:\. BI8CCTTS
& CHEESE
Choy.e Tile. Tet.
Carrr. ( hoeal U. !:-.
Carre NOW Zealand Cheew
Apple*
0q
GODDARDS
WE 0FFEM
TO-DA Y
HERE'S
THE LIST!!
BrK iai-s
Kola Tonic. gl.OO per bottle
.steak and Kidney, 42e. per
tin.
Sultana Pudding*, is. per
lln
Shuulden of Lamb. .1. per
lb
RaUuis 16V per lb
A Rl'M PUNCH
%Wm
lipiier with
GOLD BRAID RIM.
Order a beltle lo-dar


1
FKlhW. (KTOBKR 2T. 1S
House. Shop
Damaged
By Fire
THIS MM rilCRN
house 22*11x8 fee!
at Si Svlvan s Village. St. Joseph.
re <>i un-
known orU l k.' out l.:
-,

Mm It is msurcd.
. : to Bryan, was damaged


Hoth Im trr put Mil by
St Clalr

'gMii: i:m \uu\
i St An-
Wl UWtday. The sub-
"Roots and Shoots" while that for
Iho girls was "The House Fly".
A commentary on the house fly
was given by Mr. Thorpe.
Bms School an
Vims inlei.-steu hi txixill. A

.1
ad boxer is doing the jii.tiuctuig
Tin- 'Advocate" was told ye>-
terday that the Headmastei of the
School has dupU .-ed great inter-
est and it is hoped that the boxing
will be a success. Evenings (or
training are Wednesdays and Fri-
days.
TMIE BAXTERS BRIDGE at St
Andrew was damaged dur-
blf the heavy tains on Sunda>
Owing to innot pa*
over the bridge and passengers get
oft at one end to be transferred to
a waiting 'bus.
AT MID-DAY YESTERDAY
......'- large crowd of pco-
pta fathOMd around Qm
GeOTW Webster H Goodb-nd to
see the mysterious stone throwing
but again there was none.
Isalene Webster, daughter of
lh Advo-
aato :. i thai tha in. Idonb
rumoured by the people are Un-
true She Mini 1
seen stone Ihiowiriu iluiing the.
dy. No pots, tables, glasses or
lamps were jumping around 01
never did. She also said thai It
is not true that n axe ran a man
up a tree.
"It is some of the people that
gather around the house at night
that are responsible for the stone
throwing nnd we would like the
Police to help us", sat
"Our gardens and flowers have
been destroyed by idlers tramp-
ling through it", she said
[galoN claims that m v/ednes-
diiy night a crowd of people sur-
rounded her father's house saying
that a spirit was Inside it Her
lather opened the front door and
allowed them to come in and have
a look. After seeing nothing they
soon afterwards walked away.
Earlier this week George Web-
ster reported to the Police that a
number of people were assembling
before his house ami throwing
stones at it He later made an-
other report anil said that some-
thing had struck the house but
he did not see what it was.
THE MOBILE CINEMA will
give a show at "The Home'
Agricultural Station Yard, St.
Philip, to-night at "30 o'clock.
THE I'OI.H t: HAND will play
1 ".. i h o'clock
to-mght This is one of their
Fortnightly contort*:,
SVBII. QlVnn Of Bank Hall
roporlod to the Police th.it
106 in each and ,i gold chain
valued $2.'i were rrmmi
counter il the Ideal Store on
\V. : I...
ROBUT BKAMOb i( White
Park Hoiid repoited that a
generator valued $36 was taken
from the motor car M 2214 while
It wu parked at White Park Road
Ml Wednesday. It *u his prop-
- '
III J.ltt ASK-'.I > |\ PI.A1
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
House
Enlarging
Forbidden
IN HOUSING SCHEME

.mill
MR. F. O TALMA. Training BnpervUor instruct* the Station Ben
tho me of a grtas* fun.
t the Ewto Servicenter. i
Xmas Trees
Galore
STORES have a big supply of
Cl stnM rraoa this year. There
nrc the small imported trees as
Well as the l.ngei MM which are
made loeal'y. and there is a big
supply of toys to go with them.
By this time in December many
homes will be a-sparkle with the
decorated imitation tlr tree*
The "Advocate" yesterday vis-
ited Johnson's Stationery and
Harrison's, and was told at both
stores that the supply of toys this
r Is the biggest since pre-war
years.
Tojn lie DO longer |ust th'ng.;
to play with. More and more they
are means of combining pleas-
ure with educational value. At
)' there are not only
racing cars, and toy trains, balls
now. There is .i
car M'l. with which the owner
can by following the printed
Instructions assemble a toy cat
for himself.
Then, at Johnson s Stationery,
there arc toys like a miniature
saw mill factory, and a chemlstr>
set. the latter equipped with test
torts, etc
At Harrison's the "Advocate"
was told that although the store
Is full of toys at present, moffl
are awaiting delivery from ware-
houses and more are on the wav
from the countries of origin.
FILL HER UP
WITH SMILES
A MOTORIST drives up tu Service Station and
attendant wipes off his windscreen and then politely asks
him. what can be done for him. checks the water in his
car, the distilled water in his battery, and ther puts in
the amount of gas ordered.
This is no lan> tale H .- al
jeveryday occurrence m Barbados
(And it comes from u well thounn
[out plan to give the nv l
Motorist Caught
In Speed Trap
vid
JOSEPH GIBBS of St
as found guilty yesterday o.
driving motor lorry T-176 on Bay
Street Road at over 28 miles per
hour on August 12.
Mr E. A. McLeod before whom
tho case was heard fined nun 20. -
to be paid in one month ui l-t
days' imprisonment. Mr. W. W
Recce KC.. appeared on behalf ol
Gibbs while Sgt. Forde prosecuted
for the police.
This very week six Service Sta-
Thoasai Uon Sdlesme ** oe<" I ruined a
the Bsso Servicenter, Roebuck
Street.
When Hie Advocate visited the
Esso Servicenter yesterday.
K. (1 Talma. Tiauung SO
was conducting a class In batten
alea aid service lhat dealt
the hydrometer and vultuge
and under-hood inspection.
The course ends this weel
has been in progress since October
Fih>:kmi:n at bviii-iiiha
St Joaopl
mil

their I
would in- seaworth) foi


. re not n i on oui
leceinly many boats v.',
tun out every day generally
nturn In the afternoon with very
iittle to sell.
Some of the men are complain-
ing that the "fish" equipment i-
much loo dear and in *
:tores
The gill net is finding much
.....
. ..
FIVE Tit A UK OFFENCES
i in the Police
Report* on Wednesday. Two mo-
torists were reported for exceed-
ing the speed limit; one for
driving in a dangerous manner,
one for driving without the ap-
propriate licence and a
riding his cycle without a light-
ed lamp In the front
"Cyril E. Smith'
Under \ouiig
Skipper
THE 56-ton schooner "Cyril E.
Smith" arrived at Barbados yes-
terday under one of the Young-
est sdOpOM aver to steer a
vessel imo Bridgetown
Tho master was 21-yeur-old
Vincent An, Herman Ashton, who
hag had lix years' sea experience.
Frpn i ..choolboy, Ashton be-
gan to study navigation with his
brother Captain Kcizcr who is
now .skipper of the motor ves-
sel Lad* Patricia.'-
After he left school he start-
ed his seaman's career He ioin-
0d Iho LoliUi H." us a sailor.
It was not long after this that
lie w.is promoted to sailing
Ol the schooner "Frank-
ivn I It -
He spianl some time in St.
Vincent working as a male on* n
auneh before becoming
' UUng master of the 30-ton
Hazel Scolt." which
nxlllarj erujnM
Tin tuntl step for him was1
r the Cyril E Smith."
Ip from St. Vincent to
Barbados has been the first for
him on the "Cyril E. Smith.'' He
has recently taken over from
Captain Hutching, The "Cyril E.
ownad tag Mr Mitchell
fincent
A i ton look almost five
Cyril I Smith"
Vlnoenl here. Ho com-
I e^perienefaui n lot of
Ca'm during the voyage, snd of
IhO schooner having no auxiliary
With good weather prevailing, he
felt that !>< w.mld have made the
trln in a little over one dav.
The Cyril E Smith" has
cargo of only 300 bags
of copra from St Vincent.
Cpl. Jones in giving cvmeim
id that on August 12 about 2 12
. m., he was on duty along Ba>
Street Road. P.c l Jones also
ceompanied him. They stooo
..bout 110 yards away (ram each
other and this was measured by a
tape. He had stop watch No 21
and Jones stop watch No 20.
There was a blue chalk line
drawn across the road and in thn
was the trap. He saw the motor
lorry T-178 proceeding to Bridge*
town and It appeared lo be ex-
COOdiruJ the speed limit which is
IS miles per hour on that road
When the front wheel of the lorry
touched the blue line he started
bJa watch to work and then walk-
ed to Jones. He met him In the
trap and they compared their
watches. No 20 watch read 59
seconds and No. 21 Si seconds
Asked by Sgt. Forde whether
they could have made I
in checking the speed of the lorry.
Cpl. Jones said lhat It was un-
likely for him to do such a thing
as he had 12 years' expei i> <. -
cheeking speeds.
Gibbs in making his dtfOBfO
said that he was the driver Of the
motor lorry that day. He said that
there was much traffic on the
road so he was forced to dnvi-
slowly. Ho could not say what
speed he was going at us the lorry
hadn't a speedometer.
Inquiry Postponed
TIM- n im. Into the dcuth oi
i u der of Howells Cross
i | rtbei ttwrnad i".
Mr K A McLeod. Coroner of
District A' yesterday until
November 10.
CtOVll Holder who was reported
missing on September U, was
found in a cll at the Belle
on September 21. and
ii the (lenernl Hosplt;'
.. died on Wednesday.
noiillhor 27.
iiim: to-night
- AT -
It Milt tints i.EXMXV
i him si sWSTACBAPtT
...htful meals, prepared in our spotless
kitchen . served iii oui pleasant surround-
lnga,wokno ..ur chef's specials. .
Stop in tonight !
THE
GREEN
DRAGON
Open 9 a.m to Midn.fht
No 9 ttiHixii RTKI I I
Dial 3896
Boarded Hall Had
Most Rainfall Yesterday
BAIN fell every day this week
in nil the districts of the Island.
The weather broke suddenly on
Sunduy at a.out 12 10 p.m. with
flashes of lightning and thunder
accompanying the he.vy shOWOn
Over two inches of rain wen re-
corded In the St. James. St Philip.
St Peter nnd SI John are
On Monduy the rain Hill con-
tlnued to fall, but not as heavily
as Sunday and OVnfgMla
noticed going around with Uiolr
rain coals. Boarded Hall received
the heaviest rainfall of 24 purts
Tuesday and Wednesday were
comparatively dry days and all
over the country farmers were
engaged in ploughing the soil and
planting crops.
Although many farmers have
complained of the gradual denuda-
tion of the soil by the rain, iln
majority are still looking forward
to some good crops. The St petei
district had M part of rain '
Tuesday while on Wcdncsda\
Holetown received 37 parts
Yeslerday was mainly bright but
in the m'Tning there were some
slight showers. Up lo 3 p.m Dis-
trict "B" Boarded Hall had the
highesl fall of 17 parts which fell!
early in the morning
16
The station salesmen have learnt
to operate hydraulic Jacks, remove
and mount car wheels, repair car
tubes.
Thc% dlornountad cai tyre* and
tubes and mounted them again
They learnt how to give quick and
efficient attention to a radiator as
well as manning a grease gun and
giving a enr the works
On the theoretical sid< the)
learnt of the characteristics and
qualities of gasolene, the theory of
.ales and service and the impor-
tnnce on sales of the keeping ol
clean driveways, clean reslrooms
.lean salesrooms and clean pump
islands
In other words, when one drives
up to a service station and says
"till her up" he gets gas and ex-
vice as well.
E.G. Gold
Mine Shuts
GEORGETOWN, Oct. 23.
The decline in tha exchange
vulue of gold in terms of wages
and commodities coupled with
legislative control on sales con-
tinues to have an adverse effect
OH niiiniig interests m Hutish
I ben tho Anaconda
oig concession holders
Ctntl] ceased operation-.
In a letter appearing In to-day's
Itally Chronicle and written from
i l
f Cuyu .. GoldAold Un
KU concern slates.
whatever reasons officials of the
Intei lattonal III tai Fund may
have for recommending against an
i a in tho ornda] pi loo ol
gold, (as they did again recently,)
a is clear that little consideration
has been given to the very largo
Ineroaoo In Iho ooot uf Moduelnj
pi kl i" exprei 4noi
to UW severe decline in the CX-
hange aluo ' aoM Ii tnrmg ol
. . 'I.
If producer* ol fold In Bi itb
i i ipQi i bulUon to New
tho official price
..\ u i us i iirrencj they will
Ml approximately $59 11 W I |>ei
fine ounce after royalty .r ,\ gU
shlpptnu charges.
They are forbidden by Govern-
mn1 renulatlnns to export gold
for sale to other than official
buyers al a fixed price If they
tholl Knld
:i fiea market they
s70 aiw| "* (H W I per
Can. Prrsv
lhat .. i'ii:
llvlna will

i here he
busy st the jit:
: k ;oe* to stores and
other customers who knew nan n
haupier times, and therefore he
has ni>. bum t" dti pah bar. iuoo "f
A o.Mh placed
tnh > !>). ai it ^ irg reoaardar,
- c was surprised
to learn that he had lost his sight
- He ii. kn d "" win n
ant, i atn blind
but i hottovo thai ii t .
lid al least try to
living and be ifidaparul-
HoMoi amid thai ho kari bla
sight about three reari ago.
raaMoi '
i the area who told 0W resri -
that th >
were quite pleased with the facili-
ties that had bit
lhaan bj Oovtenrnonl ot courao,
roaldenti have to look aftai thi
maintenanci' of theti houaaa, and
bobm cornpfalnad thai with theti
Ictutii ine.iiis tills has iH'.l.il
quite a Drobtern theaa days
Trim and ooal In I heir coats of
red paint along with the well kept
kitchen gardens, the 60 houses in
tha'area present a pleasing pic-
ture as one travels along the ideal)
laid oui rtreet
s.ir, FOR TWO
DEAD PELICANS

ansus with v*
pf.V.V.VnV.V."-
A
an carried '


bod oa|
.....\k
BHp '
Who inn iied in th
tured Sometime later
constable hoarded UV
invetiigute the repoit.

rate foi kicking the corporal ai
Ung to throw a box
to i>a\ IS9 In
i. p
SUGAR WORKERS ON
STRIKE
n*
Water I'm In
i 11 .....^ full] dassaU
oped, watar, tedatl and halh hnv-
ng been installed on each house-
holder's area There is also elev-
IriC llghliliK along the -lurh .n
severnI o( the OCtURltn havo ti
tailed this lighting in their home-
as well Already then is pl.i-
Ulg field and there is the likelih<>< '
that .i pavilion will he erected
Then- arc three kinds of build-
ings in the district One
of a hous> and kitchen, another a
house and shed roof from and U
i*nl. ai I the other, two houses and
I kitchen, the front ht I I
v. i > "i,ill in comparison lo the
bark one
< m ii -idciit with a Ink fiunil.
and the occuplora of ona r tha
'.inn buildings, v.,ni ihat ha would
llki more ronin hul undOl Hie
agreement which operates, he is
unable to make an* additions. He
complained lhat during dU rain;
weather the water found Its way
Into the house along tho sides and
made his family very uncomfort-
able He Bttrtbutad this to bad
workmanship Another complaint
he made is that Um standpost is
loo far awaj in tho yard rrorn tha
bulldlui; "It should MVI bf
near the kitchen." he said,
when rain falls
necessarily have to get
has to gel wahH "
llirr-Purrhase Bntgafl
The Deacon's Road Rouathl
Schame was the llrst to Im- launch-
b> Goeernrnjont and tin bqu
are paid for on the hu.pnnh.i-.
system The llrst kind M h0UM
mentioned is at 2s per week and
other two at 3s. pai i I
Each householder puvs gn extra
dxpence towards the rental of the
and
The purchaM igraanianl aa
tends ovi'i .i pi -nod i.f Jn veai
i.in ran get possession of hhl
louse In 10 years If he Is able to
pay for It in that time In no cast-
can he get possession earlier. Tnil
provision was made, It was learnt,
to prevent outsiders fn.m coming
n and prnnteerlnu to the possible
elrimenl of the householder
Cost of the smaller houi it lOt,
UM ethers t 150.
The scheme was started In 1030-
10 so thai those who |tav boon
paying regularly have i
down half of the house's value
SrhooiitT Off
Tin- Run
THE ScfaoOnOI ManuaU. well
known In the rloo trade between
British Guiana and Barbados. |
will hardly be calling at Burba '
os within the newt five months
The schooner It undOTg
n Iva rapalra in Bhiish Ouiaon,
a- Advocate wu infiiined ves-
rrdai
Before the Manual* left Barbe>
is for British Gulann
wag taken .oi dry i i
bottom rapaln i
lb formal i klppm n ,. .n
ow skipper ol UM I u'llle M
laaanV
. POBT-OF-SPAIN
Only u fee is. HM worki
who went on Itrlka ai Ihc Carol
Sugar Er-lates Urn ad I
n turned to. wort earl
aeak
The workers struck last Thuis
day because of a dispute regar.i
Ing tho increase
task and reduction in n..
of work given to each peraon
.' d.i> The Honourable M i I i .
Sin.man held . tWO-hoW confer-
ence with tin I
making pepresentation.s I
inenl. The workers are all expect-
ed to he hack to wort or Salt
day.
D t H A N it
" PUPINA CHOW,S "
a
a a
i n w
m m
O'REILLY IS GRAND
INSPECTOR
Mi
PORT-OF-SPAtN
?lU (IK.,.!. K. Ii..
appollllril l.'
the Knicli^li Muonli l.nlK'
Trinidad ti laii SI O. n
Ii .. '. Ilir lii-l M i i
DON'T MISS I
THIS OPPORTUNITY!!
C.RF.Y FLANNEL PANTS
nl $14.00 and $15.40 pair
GREY WORSTED
at $18.00 pair
WHITE LINEN
at $11.59 pair
WHITE & KHAKI DRILL
at $5.47 pair
HARRISON'S-brpad st.
thl
''S***'*;'*'*':
DIAL 2664
' ','.'.'.'*'*'.fS.'.:'.'. ',',V,V,y,' ;; WL\illf|{||EAD'S I
DatQOH 'TIOHS
nn> raUsn \m.
Um WEATHERHEAD
IIMIIHI
^VjVWVjW^V
To make a Savoury Dish
really tasty-
/
>i\i(>ini
7'/ie Vitamin
(B reoal Food
Made in England
to tun
VAUX&J
i\
l.wo
Almnndoz Succeeds Tnng
POFT-oF-SI'AIN. Oct. 23
Alierm.n Aubriv Andrew
who succeeds Mayor
Norman Tang as Mayor of Port-
of.Spain. Mr Almandoz has been
a member of the City Council for
, v.-,i
-j -J-.
SPECIAL FOR TO-BAY!!
SOURSOP
CREAM
A REAL
DELIGHT!!
PHOEMX SODA


Flour, Meal Come
TWO THOUSAND
wheat flour and 2,000
..inmr.ii n id . .
landed hoit lei la; bj t .
hrp '(m-iiiiK "
The flour wh| eon
Mc*srs Hull I '
.anmea) ;, in . to MaaOl
Dh Costa a "' Ltd
Other eargo of the "Oenu)*.'
in- hided .....i Man h from Kew
Orleans ami confeetior.r, *,..
oohTaa baane from Jamaica.
The "(.etnilv" lelt pnrl IS
inicht h,r British Culana It;
lasjents here are Mosan Roboi
| Thorn Ltd.
y*
/
Fireworks in 4 Sizes including Bombs, Starlights
and Pretty Matches Etc.
Pricw_______________4c, 6c 10c, 20c
Cave Shepherd Co.. Ltd
10, 11, 12. & 13 Broad Street
l'.V.'.'/-V/,V////<
IF YOU ARE JR
MAKING YOUR
OWN CAKE
- WE
OFFER
ChoeotatO Cake fi Per I>kt
Vanilla Cake Mis Per PVt
Orar.K-' CahO Mn Per Pkt
. Pkt
Tea Mix Pi
Apples Per lb
Bo*.
Marthnisllow:.-! lb TtfB
LHtle Miss Mu.Tct Junk-' P
K-....V. PudhnF I lb. Tin
Spaghetti in Tomato Bauca With
11ff-.'.VfYO.V/f
I \< IOIIY >I\\\I.KHS
l.ik. tin. nppiirtunltt til nhUlnlm your trgiiirnnrnls In
GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE
Rai
1 In. up"
STEEL
r.l-
COCKADE" FINE RUM
STA.XSFKI.n SCOTT A In.. lAd.
MILD
I I.I.. Ki.undv laMI > 'II Sltni
BOLTS & NUTS-AII Sii
FILTER CLOTHWhite Cotton Twill
\l PRICKS Um lannel be repeslrd
ihf IMIIIMfiOS .- m \#*/l> Ltd.
yyihti: park koaii. st. michacl
m\i im


f
PACK SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATl:
FRIDAY OCTOBER 2J. !*
For leather
of eriTM roimmr
II cleans, preserves and how il
.uifishes! Ask your retailer for Proper!'*.
Nothing el* is uuue the same. Walch
Ihe difference il makes lo your shoes!
/%< #*ttfifri?e4tZ*<&e rf*t*f"e *
A oreath of England comet 10 you
wtth these toilet article* for men.
The unforgettable fragrance of
Mitcham Lavender from Surrey
lines...captured by Potter and
Moore with a proceu of distillation
perfected o*e< two hundred year*.
PROPERT'S fttZtT|)Wf
MITCHAM LAiERItl
On Sale at BOOKERS' (B'do.l Drug Stores
Amoian
YOUR SKIN, too, can be improved in 14 days!
All you have to do is what these women did: follow the "Palniolive
Beauty Plan." Start today. It's -<> -implo:
/ II n-'i your fare nrilh I'ulmoliie Soap.
2 Massage if* rich. oHxt-oil lather into your skin
for one full minute.
3 Hi,
H tin* fur 11 d.iv- and proTfl f->r vour~.lt' that
the * Paluioliv. Beauty I'laii" is the sure way
to keep that Schoolgirl Compkafon*
KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION
They'ie t-"'J
LAVlNOfM WAtM I TAICUH OWDi
TOHtT SOA I VMAV.NG SOA
BAiLilANT lN( I "ROZiN aWILLiAN'i***
AMI". VHAVI LOTION
Sore Mouth
Loose Bloody Tcclh
ntrvOliiB llsimi. HOT* Mouth and Lowo
parhapa aomr bad dhuui
or Ul.r rauar row tealh
II out. and mar atau n.uw Kh-uiiMilaru
Mrarl Trouble Amaaan atoiia sum
1KB III* IWal day end* nr.
lutc-hly itiki'Di tha ia.il. iron clad
uarnnlft. Amoian mux mik- jour
h wall and nav- your Ir.th of
Of rnipt) pai k-
uday The naai
Per PymrrhmmTrm MsmlM
MORE
Cough
Relief!
Bach aooihniki j
nd dciK.ou
VlckJCwnh Dwp nwJhaic*
diy, irritated thio*t
naaxnbtaiKtfottZio '
H full minute*.
BETTER
Cough
Relief
Bamd*
kapadienBrfVicluVaiieRub.
JOINT AND
MUSCLE PAINS'
May mean kidn*v trouble
A tuiii i ion of If.r kidneys is to
mful impurities (torn
(he sytlem. If the kidneys firow
iluggith. tho'iiiipwitirs accum-
ulate and settle and often brrouie
m cause of pain in jouiu and
muscle*. Tbc w*/ to tackle the
trouble is to help the kidneys.
I !-.'. i-J up s Hi
De Witt's Hills the mediane
made spca.i:iy for this piirpoie.
De Witt's Pula have a soothing,
cleansing and HiiUaeptic action an
the kidneys .li.ii brings them
back to perform then natural
(unction properly. [ his well-
it led medicine is sold ail ow
the world ,iinl we nave many
Ictteis liom surfcrers telling
..lined, after yeara
ol smletinf, by taking De
Wilt's Pills. Try them
lor your trouble. Go to
chemist and
get a supply-
today.
OUR*
GUARANTEE
De Witt's PiU
(atlured under iini tly hygienic
conditions and the ingredients con-
form to ngid standards of punty.
De WITT'S PILLS
or K.ar..,, and Bl^dde- t, bl
Gfl Thrsf TO-DAY
lies OAT MEAL
. UPTON'S coffee
., MINCING LAYNE
COFFEE
.. Palrthorpr , v.ups:-
KIDNEY SOIF
SCOTCH BROTH
MEAT SOUP
.. LYLES GOLDEN
SYRIF
,. SALTED PUM Ts
HEINZ'S SANDWICH
SPREAD
,. SPANISH qi'EER
OLTVES
Croeae Ct'RRIE POWDER
' Cl-OMe & lUackuell
COCKTAIL ONIONS
- CITCP SACCE
Jam KRAFT MAYONAISK-
SALAD DRESSING
INCE & Co., Ltd.
8 and 9 Roebuck Street
Dial 2236


FBIOAY. OCTOBER 27, 1*5(1
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE SEVEN
CLASSIFIED ADS.
tflEPHOXt 230*
IIIHI
IMHI.H MHKIS
nnatn
Bo .1 Si I
a-H. lail riignl Hrt funeral
Iran i in Lit* ir"d
o dock tn*. I ernoon (Or
Wretburv Cran- *o Friend-
.'.. BBS
.. .i York.. I
TVoor
FOH SAL*
not it u
' rtutuui
G.rOei iii in* kiui
rMiuM ii'itil dirtier t
i.rov, RoM leading
'->4ing te Ca
I >M Joaep*.
. -.to CMM
B> ordri >( trie Chair-nan of
THE COMMISSIONS lr HIGHWAY:
I Joaoph
AITOMOTIVK
NOTICK
I- herabv |l.m thai II IB th* Inlenlln',
ol ihe Ve.tr, of tne pariah ol *ain1
CAR- -On. Pr^VCI Por-J *H.f Mknael lo can... 1o be i"troO.*ed Into
IH1 *>l New |i>e*. mileage IJ.00O. ; Hour* nl A.-a-nial. of Ihi* l>UM Bill
**c*ll*nt ecnSIUtv. Apilv Ho....I King authorial ii* III. -aid Vr, lo r>W J
Pure Spring. *: n . I Oan "< eatUinS UW to |tni ,*
r lo* tioanaetiv* p*> to cutl employee* anfl
. certain of In* uneaiauiiarieo. -larl ol in)
CAR One III Cylinder Chevrolet Com ml loner* ol Health of the *M
aeoau. IS* mouel m oirtn'l rUMUnfl BBrtflU Si.eh a loan to be repaid bv Ml
onm Apply Frana l"> fir*i Inatabnan* of too
hut 3M0 17 : tin to I* repaid
10 H 1

Ihr
I I.KTRK \l.
-4l2KftXLANEOUS
JB U 90- in
III IU M.tIS
iHiu>Kr_N s hais coats in rum?
|l M Nrh Sir* l-B-JB 31 M
BROADWAY DRESS SHOP
m hi m
BATT-I ONIONS M lb. at IT
Cratr. Choke Potato**. lb- at te.
Harold Proverb- Co Lto
n Hi V> 3e>
HAND IMBROIDIRV Com* to
Own'i Park Hmia* and are the ARTS
a, CHAPTS Exhibition ol Embroidery
liom Ma-gar Oeleber n U Saiarda*
O.teb.r H Inrlaal.r (-* B.M. I* *J*
eallt Agail.-1-n ad Aitirka for
Hal* and Ordan 1
10 SO4t>.
MASKSrath*!
Pure Muki D
Mima Baloona. a
of three Stan >.
Id Mark*. Mt.i.kc
Mask. Mich*:
MfJ PjOHltU
r. Liiran Street
pRjeVtuio: cooKnts t-rge ^m
i '.VIMX)',^ AN'TI IKXIR5 M
anv people are boneSiing bv re-
nt.......' .. the .-...' .:' IBS I
V. ,i
Miller*' up.|o-da1
Work* Dial IrSI,
Re-0 Street Clt>
WOU.1
Miller.
TT 10 - -In
H
M io o_fln.
FOR BENT
ni'NOAIOWNmi, built Ion* Bun-
falow al Dayrelli Koad. lornri of Ol'li
Oap Appl> Mn C HumphTey, OilU
Qap. or Telephone 4141
IB 10 ~3n
IIHAMIIIXV Waterford Om>. SI,
Mk-hael rr.im Novrmhw !' lnv
fvmlihei! leaideiwe For particular*
ii...... ; M 10 30 I I n
GIXNDA1X Upper Whlta Park, coil-
lain* 1 Bedroomi. Drawln* ,u>J iMnlns
Rooma ole aUo Cfi- Kent IK
per month Available I it N">"nbei
Arply on premlie* IS.10.SO- -3n
I1EATHFEIJ On Crane CoaK
Fully rumlahrd From I>rceinber
I'lu.ne BM9. Mr. A D. Herbert
M 10 SO-on
OFFICEOn* ipifloua
in Malhlll Slreel uppo-llc
-on Co Apply W. I
A, Co Dial 44M
I M Sim|-
Hutchlnwi.)
17 10 SOn
TTtn^WKY-On Haallnflt Main Hi>*<
S betboom* each with running water
Caul public Toorm. Phono JC1
17 io sn-i
i'i:ns> \i
I'liliM SAUES
AUCTION
UNDER THt IVORY HAMMER
Rv In-truelion. received I Will U on
rldav October iTih at l>*ra Plan-
tation- Ud Ware lloune Bay Stroat.
oopoaltc Maaart Col* Co Garage
H Bag. Dork Cry*'*! Sugar Bale ai
I p.m. Ttrm. CABH._______
VDi'CXTT CRIFF1TH.
Auctliinaer
REAL ESTATE
I Hall l
MON NID- .Huale at Sti
7.8W aquare feet ol land
Tho houe conUma <%
lltlng. drawing and dlntng
lied mom a. kltchenatt* and
Servant room and garaa In yard
In-pecilon e*-*ry day (oxcept sun.u*1
tUHHOW 4 and p m or by appoint-
ntenl. dial 1B00
The above will bo let up lor ial nt
public competition al our oftVe in l-uca;
St on Friday Ihf Hd November ih
CARRINOTON SEAl.Y
Bsfji run
Mo f Bn
ii gUei>
unial n H
By Public Competition on Frld4
Ii^l Ocf.>l>rr 1 al 1 p m ai :h
r Ol tho unrlrriaiie BKIgelown a Chattel DwrIlingho.i<
ntuate at Conalltution Road St
Mlcha-I 'third houae on rlaThl MB
Mde alter pa>ng the Park leavin
Bridgetown i
!.. Drawing
Bedroomi. Kl
For furtlier partiCKlara and Cn-O'-
ton- of Sale
HVTCHDfSON BAMFIKLO
tl 10 004H
Kllchen: Toilet
n lira and the remainder
al InaUtmenU ol MO n
December with Inleiea
>*r centum par annum oui ..
of the wld pariah until p-
E C REDMAN
Clerk St Michael'* Vealr.
: *>In
REFRIOEKATOH Cohlapnl Rrl'llera-
k I I (ret hi working orda.. On M
pen at Blanker. Trolman It Co Higt I
a M 10 SO *> |
NOTICE
Intention of the Veitry of lh* Parian
nl SI l.ucy In thu laland to ci
t- b* introduced into the Leguua
ol hi. UUnd a BUI to amend
S-ini Luey'a 'Barbadoai Loan At,
It40 HOM-gi authorlalng the
Vaatry. If 1h* (hail think fll kg do
i".
hi, the
vUlon- of the -aid Act
lh prevent Rectoiv | tn<-
Paled 33rd October. 1*50
CARHINGTON A SEAl.Y.
Sollcllor. lor the Veatrj
of tho parl.h of Saint
Lucy In Ihta laland
ti 10 SO -3n
NOTICE
i- m i ." OF HT PETKB
vitad I
..pile
orflce i
>f Parochial Men
I'irUh of St I'riri At
plicant* mult be reglittred Modi
i.il prarlltlonera.
Salorr la (900 00 por monlh piui
JO 00 for the V D C'lnlc
The appolnlmenl will take place
from Ulh March 1M1
Appltcatloni ilatlng age and quali
lorw-rdol
to the undrr.lgne.
:sth iui.
For further |>-rtl.
t he underalgned at
HB-n
by J-.ii
ti.ui*.i-*. from in oo
S < U1UILN
Veatry ller.
St IVler
m io h i!ii
NOTICK
niJC I. herebv
.rnbar !.* Ihe
ILirting. Rock- will
. .lire Inalod of tin ponce Thu
i- unavoidable due lo Ihe in-
I c.1 of Ihe Police B^nd
O. C NICHOJJJ. Src tv
For the Ha.tlng*. Rock- Ctee
NOTICE
int. and Bill-
HIMII)
JUNIOR SALESMAN Mu-t have drlv.
. I .....-e Apply h> letter Brad<
... Ai Company il ' > J
\(iUN(i WOMAN Age IT 1;
ecp In. good wagoa Hlng 1O0C
TCMnia MAN OR COUP1.E
n l-itel developmenl Oood opporl
nipable peraon Reply P O Bok
Tl 10 SO
MISCK1J.ANEOUK


whomaoevar. in mr nam* a 1 do not
hold mvielf reapon.lble loe anyone eon-
irciiiu. -my debt or dobt* In mv nom-unleaa by a written order ngnen M M

SBd KEMPTON ORKAVft*..

St Michael
H 10 JO 2n
Dial ML,'
M * Mlu
XS All kind! of c-ni Boar
other 'ban corrugated card
Adtccal* Blndiiia Depi
I*lies A Oentli
ake all bpe> of
able price* Londi
A O OAIJ. A CO
in Ufa
n F-ahlon Tailor.
Corner Pine lu-d.
ft 0 SO 2n
-:-.i.r:. tl-j.\:.; ..
.V*,-,',',*,*,V*.*--,We*e',-e**'e*,','e*e*.
CIRCULAR
Govt. Tries To
Muz/1. Butler Purty
Claim Butlerites
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Ol B.
Th* Butlertte Bftrtj
tunl over Ihe it-sulLi of the rle.'-
llon to the Executive Council
ember* claim that the
affair was planned by the Gov-
ernment in order to "n.uzzle the
Butler Party." Thcv claim that
rrttMtl Um next two years that
there w-a bound to be another
gvncral election when ihr Party
would thin have control ol (hi-
(lovernment
Party members are busy dii-
ru-Mrn ihe ellecU of IL.
or"- speech on the- party's policy
In topic i> the .|tic-ii i
lisation of tht
sugar industries, enc ol
plank "f the Pirt
that GovorTirnent's staUimiK j
not coiuM 'nt with the British
Party*! poltcy In tha Dntt-
eti KuiKdoni Tdc> intend i-
ccnonunicate with Mi I
dear up the
which they -aid was "rn
and against Labour Party Polfcy."
MAIL NOTICES
MAILS for SI LueM by lh
United Pilgrim will be rk-ed
General Pnai OflVe ai under'
i trie /7lh
roo
W Mall -t 10 m m on 1H* Bt
AH
| Mall at 10 IS am on th*
r. IMS.
foe Dominie* by th* Set.
Mary E Carolne will be cMaed at the
U om.e a* undrr
Parcel Mall at 4 H p m on Ihe Ft
OrlubM. ItM
R.gi.t.-ied Mail at 10 a m on lh*
H Oi'totier ISoD
Ordinary Mull al 10 IS am on Ihe
3$ Oct.*er I0S0
BTAILal BM St Vincent. Orenada.
Ttinidad and Bniiih Guiana l Ihe S S
Lady Rodney will I* oaed at the
P0*t Office a- under
parcel and Kegnttered Mall- at 1 W
ii in on Ihe xTth October ISS0
Ordin-ry Mall iUW|i"
r^*'e'Ve--*a*eVe*'e'*'e**'V"*'**'*'****'^
SALE NOTHT
;'e***-',-We**-e'^*eVVWe*e*-'e'
THIS |
FURNITURE i
plrawin* to the e>r -ind jj
Caay on your Purse 0
BUT NOW !
NFW Vtd tSPOwed MAHOGANY S
..thai Watdrobe*. Oreaaer Q
fneata-of-drxuei. and A
i Preaaoa-Vi.nltic-. Drawing 9
Tnhl*,. Stool-. Rrieen Fra
tingle and TViuhle Hrdalead-, V
I SM. $
Dining. Kitchen and PaSkj | $
i -..debo-rt. SVt up. i M ;,
Kllrlien and Bedroom Cabinet- B
l-i/der-. Wagaon*. Ltqn
Morn*. Tub and Huah Bull
aepaiatr jiin i-. Iler-btcr a
Eoarx-luitri. S3 up Cheval a
nthrr Fru'iu-d -imI unfraaBld-J
> up lo Body.height SOxM
L. S. WILSON
HARBOUR LOG
la Carlisle Bay
SHIPPING NOTICES
-,'.'.:'.'. --'-'-'---','--.-,--'.'-'-,---,*--'.'-'.-.-,--'.--*--,-,*. :'.::',;',;+..:'m.

ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
> Smith. M tor* net
kahton. from St Vine**.!
Monewa. IS* Um. net. Capl
from Dominic*
Mrutt S ICO tw n. from Now Orleona
* locti
r*BTt HI*
c. |
... M
s - M ratal
M Tnii id.-d
1 -. oa PvanMia. 3*J1 -aau hi
PI |
NISI. (BOM AMOTBBBAB
IMIV l II
I \NJESTAD Mth Koveen-
.ajLlvi, to HIMIMii PABAMABIBO
I.IOIQITOWH,
a iirJtClUA" Iwth October
4- ttiTTlCA" atth October
SAILING TO TBaNlDAP ami
MABACAIBO CfTT
>4illM. to IfADBIBA. FLTM0L-TB.
ANTWBBP /NO AMBTVBDAM
d \NJElTAD- >oth October
O P HI'BMIN SON m *.. LIB
accept
MV Tl Radar* will accept
CafBO and l*nnimn for St
I ..i* - (irnal* ond
A rub* Oatc of depart"" Will
be nuttfWd
M V M. a wUI
Cargo and Pa-aenger* to
him Aoiig .a M,.m-. in- Nevi*
and St Kit la Sa.llng Friday
im
M V Dorr wood will accept
Cargo and Paa**ngr lor St
V'nceni. SI Lucia. Granada and
Aruba Dalr ul departure will
be noliSed
Cargo and Parngar* for Doani-
"ici Antigua. Monl-erral Nevl.
and St Kltta Balling W-dneaday
lit Noi ember
IWI SCIKHiNFB OWNERS*
As-.., BBC
OIK II \IIIpU \ltl SIOIII
at IS and II Hit! lit t h HTREbTI
-7i iW #/*-.,/ tor Si000 *-#.1 Hi V#.
an MONDAY A TI'KHIlAi 3tk and 31*t UChiHlK
W.- HI UM -.IMV Ut Noveasber.
Will our Custoroci. and tha please arrunge
then business jnordini(l>
totabliaheo
I. Ill Ii 111 111 Ltd.
, (purou-iJ
lM
10 fh 11 Kvobuck Street
NEWS FROM FOGARTY'S
Seawell Ctuiatitfai National Steamships | WILLIAM FOGARTY LIMITED
ARRIVAIaf By B W I A L
From TRINIDAD i it ., .
Ken niiling orjuinn Hobertaon Joh.
tlle Cot*
. 0"*rd COte. Roger Mctnttre
S^^.uBK;r,.r;^.<'*,""' ""~-
rasPAJrn ibbb i> i m i A (

ItOrMrd II In ,K str.j.d M-v *,nil|
Arnold Kelahall. Ellen Keldigll, ChTM
topner Kelahall. Herman Boo*. CBBUBO
Oeorg. Marahall Una Mai-hall
her. Jo-ah
i.
Bird
MBa-aaal
md Hide.
AVTKJUA Una
hail- sajji
UfBlPeBl HalUa.
I-ADY HODN1TY U Ocl II il.l
Canadian cKuisxa u oct rt o.t
l-MV NFtaoN Nqv ( Nor
CANADIAN CX.>NSTRl'CTtlM Nov I. Nov
CANADIAN CIIAlJ.FNC.Frt 11 Nov 1", HOW
1-MlV RODNEY l Dae
le\HY nTnJKlN Ii Doc
lAnv lUtDhTEY Jan
1.AHY srj.toN i r*b
h oct
T Nui
IC Nov
it Nay
' Dec
I* Doc
S' Dot
Job.
I) Fob
nsBJBBL Vci
ror -t 1.1-cia ii,.(.,ing Harold
Por aVAI.KI-.l il y ,na Khmu.i
^Fnr rr KITT% K-mU Th.nl. V.,l
*.V/.V,V,V/,v,v,vAV,.,v,
jj bUUsWIMOAI. items
t W.W.i,u, M*,.|..e. wilh ep
N on.,. BMotTtc Boaroa
E '"** "? *-'
......i. if
1
V lamp. Healing Pad- 4nd
V Hi.lletien John F rhnasa I
ORIENTAL
I GOODS! \rn, i,i...
Cl'KOIS. JKWELLERV.
1 SILKS. |SC lh!.;. I -p'n.il |
IIIAMS
| IT. Win Hry. si DIAL S4W|
I Any RODNEY
AIIY NUJtOM
I AH* HOUWV
IADV NEI^ON
l-ADY RODNEY
LADY NBS1N
XI Dar
'1 J-
I Fab
0 Dog. lb Doo
t Ian 7 Jan
IJ Jan. > Jan
-'I Fob. B Peb
a Mara*. f March
POPOI BM fre*e-
i -*ei* lead -iik oid t
GARDINER AUSTIN & "O.. LTD. AfenU.
CIS. OLE. liiViSAiiwnvii:
Preiuli Lins
SS HI.OMB1E" Sailing lo rntiid.id und Lj GuaUn on the
2Slh October IHiU, acccpllii| passengers
SS "COI.OMB1F.' Sailing to Plyniouth and l*- Havre via
Mnrtlnl October. 1950.
Por further pattii uliirs. upply lo:
R M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Aoents.
"! I *l.t.-
Before Buying or Selling
Oood Class Property it
!'.,> ;., ...
JOHN
M,
HI 4HON
A.F.S., F.y.A.
I'hone 4640
Pluntdlions Ilullduig
COMPAGNF, GEMRAI.E TRANSATLANTIQIIE
\onri
No Viaitora will bo allowed on board S S "COLOMBIF."
Da Sunday. 2th October. CEcepl by Invitation or pass Issued
1. our OCftfM
R. M. JONES & COMPANY. LIMITED.
Annnuncr SMARTLY TAII.OKKI) LINRN DRF.SSRS
In Plain und Floral I'lU.nis
QUALITY and Cul leave nothing lo be desired at the
amazingly cheap price of IIO.IMl each
AKTIFU 1AL SPKAYS AND DRESS FINISHES
a llvaiitifiil aitnorlment and varloua Prices
PLAIN LEGHORN HATS o S2.t. J3.M. $1.12
and M.7II each
LECIIURN HATS WITH LACK BRIMS I'll- i-.- enquire early at
I < M. A 11 I V S
for Values th.it are eusil> the he*! anvwhere.
:
a*Oat>0: BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
(OIIPORATION LTD.
NOTICE
EVER SEEN WOOD ANTS AT WORK?
If .".I d.m i want to. we advise you lo protect
your woodwork with
"ATLAS wooi pni;w:HVAnvi:
TME 0,KJ\'THAL EMMWMUM
(Central Foundrr I id Proprietors)
ii of Hroad and Tudor NtreeU
As the Manufacturers havr deetded that repairs to one of \
oar I.hi iiu ran no lo- rer be delaved. the Company has In ,
eonsequenre had lo put Utla fieneratlni Set (90a h VV > M of ;
romniMlon and. owing te the reduction of standby Plaats now \
available bb a rraull. may And II neeedtarr lo Bhed load kl *;
Internals during the nest few months.
iiur Conssmrra are asked lo co-of-grsls in esfriiissBg the ;.
mm...i fcn-iimr In the use of UntrlcHy partli ularl* dnrlny O
tbe Peak period between 6.10 and p.m. until further DOtar*. \
EL TEATRO GLOBE
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LA HISKIKIA Hi: I'NA Ml III
Jones Land.
Black Rock,
St. Michael. 8
21st October, 1850.
Dear Friends & Patbons.
You must have heard that
Lowe's Laundry was com-
pletely destroyed by Are on
; Tuesday. 17th October. 1950.
regret that the loss in-
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; equipment is far beyond my
capacity to pay. and I now
.\^k your sympathy.
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* PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS \DV<* ATf
FRIDAY. OCTOBER H, ItU
;nllops
'Fair Sallv' Favoured
ml
"No-To-Nite" Progressing
n ......ki<
LAST bmj ning (hm
and traiiwn m t tbtii
tnitriii Um barrala. Tliis was relief-.
which prevailed all morni i>; and the itale of the going is
appreciated when it is not'ced that the fa.siest five f"*r the
morning was I.O0J.
Impress! vr .rc tt two n*
horse* Fair Sally and No-to-Nit-
although ma for lb<
one* round ux not obtained L -
cause ah* Urgun and flrushe I
pomowherr ^mund ihc mile pol<
Nrvcrthelesa she moved particu-
larly well ami is 0* probabl
rtiinh InstaUad M the favourh-
lor the Maldon N'o-to-Nite, o i
the other hand, while doing r i
ttartllng gaUop descrv
mention mainly for the pi-ogre-*
which he made in thr last ww<
only. Saturday bafflra last he
could hardly keep up with the r
class creole Foxglove Rut on
;:iv he nntlhrd on a tight
rein while Ihc ami craola m
accompanied htm aii.un looked \<
be all mit Their time only .
fifth M two outside thai of Eli/..
Del ha n and lnfusmn who did lh.
best box u. \x aalloj
morning.
Time, recorded up tu 8 30 weir
as follows'
Fheuxcv went with Mis Pani
who had a tough |ob lo keep ui
and just failed to do so at the fin
ish. Thev did a lx>x to box It
1 34
DuliaU'll.i did a comfortable flv
In 1.16. '
Rebate went with Musk wh>
wjs no companion for bag an
they finisher! tip lengths apart will
Rebate sailing on in front. Sh<
did five in 1 12
Consternation, a two-year-o*o
whose origin I am not certain of
did five rather laboriously In LIB
She needs plenty time with lot
of everything else Included.
Flame Flower really has M
right In this column because no-
body managed to get her time. I*u
she did u smart half-mile.
Vanguard and Tango, who w*/<
really responsible for (itlmrtlni
everyone's attentin whtU- Flam
Flower escaped, did a box to box
finishing the last five in 1.13|. i
very trying: expartaoca for Van
guard.
Fair Ccnii -i | t < was Impres
much as she was oni
barely allowed to BtrMa out b)
Yvonei sin- did the i>ox lo bo*
iii l.8B|
Kendal Fort I......< I fiestwr thai
he did lnl week, 1!<- went fiv
with Gun Silo in l.ll|.
Cross BOW WBI i.ther pitiful
night in the mutt which clearly h>
ha, tin hkhiR Dm After mud
pu-hmg he flnmheil behind St
Moritx Who dill I he box to bo*
in l.S5|.
BuaMthan in contraal to ir>
above, revelled In tha going and
has seldom thrown out nucb a IqpJ
stride. She came back In 1.311
for the once round.
No-to-Nlle. WOOM name causes
no end Of QUlps l.v various aland
critics, dm .. i">* tu boi wiln FO-
glove in I 32< The laller wu
much weaker at the finish.
Colleton did a half mile with
Bachelor's Folly in 581 .
Arunda and Nan Tudor obvi-
ously have h lot of speed. Thev
did four in !tftj| Hut I do not think
they will be able to hold it for
long on race day.
Tlberian 1-idv did a box to box
la 1.34
Fir't Flight and Miss Friend-
ship did four in 591 First Flight
is indeed reconditioned since mak-
ing her home here but still needs
more lime.
Sun Queen did the best five of
the morning in 1 .09J
Oatcake and Landmark looked
about equal to each other doing
five in 1.10 The- former looks
a size bigger and better than he
waa only last June in Trinidad.
Bonnie Lass is a tail wagger
of the first order She did fl\
In 1.17| and does not appear t
enjoy galloping or life In general
for that matter.
Pharos went or? with Usher
who naturally found a box
box in such mud a little too much
for his years Pharos* Urn
1341
Vfxen. a steady runner
roarer, did a half mile in 58 2.5.
Infusion did the best box to box
for the morning returning 1.32 1 5
for the trip.
Firemist diu five* In 1.16 4/5
the bit. A race between herself.
Oatcake and Watercress would be
entertaining ,.t all times and It'i
a long while since we have had
such high class rivalry in division
D. But due to her lay off 1 won-
der if she will be Hi enough.
Hi Lo and Dunese I managed t<
get for three only. Thev did it in
47 4'5. Both these two-year-
olds should figure prominently at
some Mage of the Trumpeter Cup
But ; i-xactly what stage is yrt
to say
Coiiiiiioii wealth Win
One-Day Match
DEV ,0" M
The Commonwealth Touring
.iwkci team had no dimeultx m
beating a National Dafani
my team here on ihe first innings
M a one-day mafeh but. R
The Commonwealth
' innings closed at luneh
Hi 171 runs on the board
.or the loss of five wtej
'kittled out the opprai-

The Defence team were thus
iiiil 18 ram short of Ihe number
raqulrad u< avert loflo
rum in lone-day match*
onl.v 15 minutes flaying
named stumps wssj B]
he ruli the leant with Um firsi
. one-day
match were thus the winner*
TIM Conimonweallh III
badly, losing Spooner wild only
OB Um board, but Fish-
lock and Dooland were aggressive
while puiting on 87 for the sec-
ond wicket In an hour.
After that Clrewal. a left arm
legbeeak bowler slowed down the
scoring rate and In one spell of
10 overs he claimed three wicket*
for 25 runs
Flshlock Included six fours In
his 51 while Dooland hit nine
"kiihI.hu
During the Defence team's in-
nings, Tribe In a spell of 10 2
overs, eight of which were maid-
ens, look the last five wiekets
for only six runs.
New Cricket
Series Opens
To-morrow
On act aba* I lib
being a Race-day all Q
lure* scheduled for that day have
II <-lled. The ne*i serie*
on (< lobai 2ith will be


pj;. arm Clubs an .
.omnn-m-r play at I p m if pos-
sible. Fixture*, grounds, and Ihc
i .ippomtcd are m fol-
I ii;-i I>l\ kfJHNI
Oelober 21
November II. tl
an at Oval
| i ri
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i II Walcolt i
hki 11 R
fl i ii Umpires
l -rltor V Enipiw
I I. Walcotl
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Bay, C CumbeTbatch fc L
IMI CMUMMI
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Umpires.
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HallC Archer &
Batson,l'i
Hospital \ Pi.k'.v .+. :
Black Rock< Gilkes & J rial.
- Umpire*
Chunrhill N\ ills
JockBj Club Cup
JTIW MARKET. Ocl 2
Mr Winston Churchill
able French ln..i gnj ti
1st gained his biggest suc-
cess yet when winning the historic
Jock** Club Cup valued t 1.170
and run over two UM) I QUftftM
mill hm today.
Mr Churchill ih-vi -(.-,ialK
from the opening of the new
commons Ui ass) CttlofM
in lat I An Kieiu Ii |joneiit!
tid.l- -( only 11 to 8 on ueie
l.iiii <>n Hiilain's war-tliiir I'niiio
grand horse Who wag
winning his sixtli i.ice in Mill
atabla hxkay Temmj QoaUna
got him Imme on- and a half
.lengths ahead of Yumnt, |\n
for* ,i. Calaii rlddan b) Hh
Johnstorii'
The only other niunei Ml#| RoM
3 !. 1 shut, sel Ihe pace bul
eight furlongs Mil < ">!.-<,-< wri
ahead galloping in n-Unlh > ,!s |.
Hial Roaa cum limit i
BDuu Into the dip trailing in eight
lengths behind CoIonUi and /'or.
de Calais.
Smiling broadly. Mr Churchill
feeived his usual vociferous re-
pption when leading Colonial Int..
the unsaddUng cn.-loourc Trainr.
Waltei Nii-'htiiigale slated later,
UM horse would not run again
this year having more Ul
his winter's corn.
Chfxs
(lh u m punt s h .'/>
SHU (Jndevided
West ;
M,p umli
Csoorne game was Ntioui

IPtnl I'r.i
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u -.i..y raauMad Qi ighM i < aJ
b-don. (.
Grannum (Rarbadn
idony aggrega'.-
T
Marker (Bri.lsh Oulai
Ush Guiana l lo end up
1 ean mdlvidmi (

tion will Mi tad Friday
DTM Rlime mi-
Uides wh ih will alan
[nd Tiimdud.

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Lodao
Ability did a very fust four bu
due to interference, static ant
otherwise. I only managed lo gel
the three. This was done u
40 3/5. If this tllly could be per
auaded to start with tlie field
she would easily account for the
Maiden
Khhrtwd did four in 36.
Harroween did liiree In 48 3'.\
very easy.
Mopsy dares to inal.h itrkNI
with Mablcmatc Epic u r e an<
th the considerable help of tii<
riders she manages to do
suit four rurlongs In 58 4/s
1 i early the sum total oi
Mopsy'* capabilities on such
going and a much 11
gallop for Epicure.
Cross Roads makes I
bul sure progres*. He did fran
in SB S/S. Duel is- ami III.
Diamond have already ma.le
name lor IhemseKc by some
lather close finishes || cmhim
Then- being no Judge on morn
ina> there in generally much at
gUD BQI as lo who was the win
nar. On Wednesday they di.-
four in 58 1/2.
Wilmnr did four in 57
Atomie II did (He on 1.14.
The good looking two-yaaj
old Soprano was the last I
but she did a four only at eery
:estrained pace.
Weather
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M..on u.ai QaBmri
vember 2
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