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TAGE TWO SUNDAY VDVllATE SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1S0 it can be done!! COOK :i IMSIII s WITH 0\i: %  lid IN A TRIPLE END ENAMEL SAUCEPAN!! Cecil B. DeMille s Masterpiece M^lZ.l TUKATRE HIIIIM.I I OW\ To-morrow's Lecture 'pHE REGIME of Governor X Reid. 1H8-1846," will be the tubject ul the lecture given by Mr II. A. Vaughn at tho Museum v marrow at 5 p.m. The lecture be where Sir Robert Schomgk's History ends and will. ihvrclure, be ul great Interest. Spent u Week in Canada M R. DONALD EDGHIIX who was in the US. on business. ; %  %  ::•. a week's holiday In Canada before reluming to Barbados. He %  rrived by air. „_„ Mr. and Mrs. "BILL'' ROBERTSON—off to the l' S GLOBE TONITE B.30 and t i (I SO MONDAY li TUESDAY X 'SWORD IN TVE DESERT" \ Dana ANDREWS Mnria TOREN SUph.n McNAM.Y LOCAL TALENT AVDITtON To-DAT • SO A.M. %  ' %  Cow all y. with Talant" W///AWAWMWAWA, f T nil CAST or Tiir AURKFAN RBVEU.Y DANCE to !%  hie ai %  '.. %  igengfJM mr.n VKOOL Ravbuck Slt*t On KOVEMSDER TH Bank-holiday, m • p m Ha-iuaHMwrra ON aAtx tvaacavirTioN t • *.vv-.v.v.'^> : VAV.V//,MW*'.V, %  a * %  £! . —i-jweBU— W •>/ '/'•• — JUDGE ENAMELWARE Secure Yours To-day KARLIT INSULATING WALL BOARD Man backs "Conqueror to WIN.... Sheets SAUCEPANS 2-12 ptf TEAPOTS COFFEE POTS with and without meaaure CALL IN EARLY AT — — Till,


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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1950 SUNDAY ADVOCATE • PAGE THREE D'ysa Like Konanrr Four Went On Gardening Hints Best In A Blue lover Mystery Trip f or AfflateilTS By J.P.W. MalUlieu, M.P. IN CARGO SHIP t li At The Samson And DelilaJi C. B. S TEPHEN MOGRiDGE, fitSSBber of the august Bookseller, Associatiori, sometimes has to d > work which u rjetieath his dignity, especially when his villa* bookahop ii visited by a cow. But the service he give* cow is no teas engagingly person*V ./ al than the sarvic; he gives hi, EUcHetty When Air. J. T. Haynes general manager of Wessex DivUion Southern Gw Board, went from Poole. Dorset, to Newcastle, in ifje gas undartakWi II gave him aa idea. Whv not %  holiday "myar>'* With hi*, wife and Mr Gadsrtori. general i ib-ai l ...am -The Gardening keeping up a garden in Barbados many gardeners are uncertaia of the right time U> do the various garden jobs, such us the sowing of seeds, putting IN cuttings, manuring, and cutting Southern l>ack etcSomeuaaes the mistake -rid Mrs 11 made of thinking that in thl* customers; and the dry-humuui ,; Bawlon> ^ „ 5 just returned land of perpetual Slimmer any *'i .„ d tcr p > ?" !" omer,,. from a thr,*-week holiday on time for these jobs will do This salesman, and others who visit !,--—• Britiah cargo able the 14 not so however, and aitnougn him make hia book. Talking p^heeo we have not the four definite Shop(Lutterwurth Press. -. 1^. ^ cW j wiUiout knowseasons of Northern chmstes. yei •d.). a continuing delight lfu w h„ c ,| % were going. Toe the 'Book Thieves-. -Mad Customers." "I Want a Book," "Author; and thenRelations"—the chapters are self-oontiuricd. You can pick them at will, without spoiling the whole book. Yet becnus,iptatn got his orders 1 cargo from port to port 4.500 Miles at* FOR the past thir Cecil B. de Millo has concentrated the majority of I1 efforts in the field ol Mm production on the specUcu..n and the magnificent, with mammoth settings and cast* running into thousands L Of these productions, stories (rom he Bible and tales of Biblical character have predominated, probably because they lend themselves to vast expanses of scenic splendour, colorful costumes and terrific easts. ?e^e?o^yr.^.ig t .t r u?^rew l pSs ? %  feathers from 'nosefsbuTheatre, show.* itself to be rich >" *< %  < !" s,, ^ h u !" Aim material with iU various !" *"\. ?* XJET'-sr ?„t£it. are" just's, dennl* *£ &S2fifSSb£* ^^JS^^ i^os when these jobs !" c ^,^ ner fak e n fr^rVthe book convmc.ngly shown and the ... Barbados should be done. This has found out over the passage _, oppress.*! of Judges, chapters 13—16 episodes are closely these -tion moves at fairlv Tho four trjvelle~s lived on crew's rations and ware cissiMogrldffe Is .1 skilled writer, ant pletely eul oh" from the world leeause he is writing about There were no newspapers and somethktg ho knows and love*, no wireless broadcasts to hear tiecause ol jamming by m< yeses" by" esjierienced" gardener.. ^ ou _h", t u Wious"'thst a great Th ,f background music of Vicsnd to be guided by this expert£ %  ", irnaBinnllon has bee.. In'7 Young is highly effective and nee In managing the. garden will ^ w , Blorv „,. places final emphasis on the jusv that" difference be1 success and failure. details of which are ly lacking. Be that 1 >nspieui it may, the and and lurbuthe book is complete wnole. Romance In Blue M OGR1DGE. at the beginning U forced by Ill-health to live In a seaside village and la find some new way of earning ,t living: and, steadily through tho pages, you see how he comes to master the trade of bookselliiv which he had chosen alrao;* haphazardly. But while you will learn some thing about bookselling and mar • The tnp covered Among the ports visited Bilboa. Cadiz. Valencia. Barcelonn. Tarragona, Gibraltar and LagM L E s It may be said that Nevesnber result ahowa painstaking ear* I ,ft? LeginiuTig of the gardenresearch, and from the point 4.500 miles ."^Hn Barbados. Bv Novemview of pageantry and spectacle. SFs*= Sf'lh. rainy season is over ** -gn^cenc. f .,, M.n can& m m 4 in 1 in ItUsiri ~ Dead Woman's Kidney Lives .. %  ens and cuttings should be planted, and the gar neii cycle at*rt-once more. It the Spring or the year fo bados not be ouestioned The cast has been chosen with an eye to portraying the suitable Bl1 physical characteristic Thus we have Hcdoy Lama re as he sedi tive temptress—whose •re even more apparent The Globe Theatre is also presenting a Caribbean premiere— SWOHU IN THE 11ESEHT', rdatstj unfortunately. 1 was unr jlc to see. Neither was It possible for me to see the film showing charms „i the Enipui—"STEl-J-A", so in Techixith instanoas I will quote from A d CHICAGO, Nov S I woman's kWney which triinsplaiited into a once about Mogndge from this book, doomed woman's body on June 17 you wfll learn most of all about U functioning. ""Wns who peryourselves. formed the unprecedented operbeen ft ntlon reported on Friday One of Mogridge's customer' always wants him to choose hei TheU taat ha\-e Indicated, howa "nice romance in a blue cove-* vr ., ; ,ty activity %  below par Blue c o vers ure always the best." -i||U ihc> add that conclusions are nov Another wants Westerns frflknotasasssarlly withheld until there Is Tno out women in them. Aunts and Uncles more graft. .'idenee of pcrmanenry of j or such In the following table there rSLs? wiuSl \houV' be' don* nlcolot than USUfll tt lh %  '• V"^ Amencan itviewtn as", guide. ^thfA vesTr Of bl — nd VKlor Molur S""' A st.rnng melodransa. based on ^tfEEL SS S.v.Ser tob son ' ,ne "n*ncent physique ,,„. JewU ih n.l British eonflict m .rsauwrearenumy other_jobs CprUlnl> (rom lhe ^^,,1 anfll P-W lm m 1M7 „„„*„* Uw these two screen celebrities are disembarkation of a group of top choice, but their handling of j lU „ii refugees un the Palestine their roles histrionically, u not go ,oast and their eflorls to escape incing This may be due to thai eflUient and iclenUes. Ilrltiah direction or dialogue, both of patrols with the aid of the Jewish which I fell to be too modern in underground. Their capture by tone In several places espres(h* British, and ultimate libarden Year sions are used such as "What ation by force from the enemy* would my wife say?" and "I wish camp on Christmas Eve. aie told UK' JAN you' d. I'** at me like that" m a series of Impassioned the three months whjch are obviously aio Uun^ but Bstruencesj The acting is eli>queni KteWf IMPROVED ODEX SOAP O Gels tkin really tkin O Beilthts nnplratloi oeeer Lum body teett ite daiity f I Odes r-akrs a dwp aSSSSjjBSJ laihrr that / 11 mild and sr"*CE customers, like the An operation that iiedical science to a obviously a annual aeeds 111 boxes '"blicul. and reek of the twentieth .,,id tin* cUractlOD powerful "PS Snopdragoi..' Phlox. ;*" ,ut > 1 : """W *" er fc he J"*! >""'•" ly lorceiul is Maria Toren. !" hrt— Pinks. Candytuft. Sweet Ab/S r^en blinded and during hUshor „„ undSTgrouno broadcaster. A.s ^USS ^un>, Asuratum. CaDJopsls. Ver2 MU ? I "'* '" ?"***• l ^L^t •*" %  -"* %  ". " P*"f "frontier j M.-^.^I.. !" Dwi%. n ; D Mr Mature s acting was more in standing; as persuasive drama, it; TAKK ADVANTAGE OF TUKSK LOW PRICES BKASSII IU s ?M In lenrme only. Si/cv H—3R — all day long All I Ml K IViMIIS 4.4. While. Pink. Itlue. Uriels. xmall mediiiiii & L*rgc cholrboT who set his heart Is a succe**ful transplant of the EML_,J g prepare the garcharacter C01 the other hand, wisdom "might be mieniunod at an an Illustrated Bible and workwhole human organs and was desed at any aort of odd Job after cribed in the Journal of the Amerlschool until he had saved the can Medical Association necessary lfia., are obviously pleasure to serve. Some must bo loathsome, like the woman who said: "I haven't got a Bible In the place. 1 suppose I ought to get one—I mean, it's one of those thingi you're s up pose d to have In the house, like a bottle of brandy.'' Worst of all must be the Aunls arsd Uncles who try to browbeat the booksellers into buying and displaying large quantities of their nephew's first novel On the whole, children seem to be the best customers, because they know what they want and ore so obviously delighted when they get it But after reading of the blackmail ch'ldre-i use on parents. I shall hesitate over again to be present in a bookshop when my own children are there. Ail this and mar* of the unexplored humours, trials, and pleasures of bookselling, arc woven into "Talking Shop". But what I liked best of all was the description of the quarterly meeting of the local branch of the Booksellers' Association. 'Bloodsuckers' f } appears that the mam problem of each meeting is to And something to put into the minutes which will be read at the next meeting. There are lengthy silences. Then somebody opines that all publishers are bloodsuckers, and at once the meeting roar* to life If you like seeing others goodliuinyuredly debunked, and can take a Uttlo debunking yourselves, you will enjoy "Talking Shop," —L.E.S. The human guinea pig Mrs Howard Tucker. 44. reports that she feels flue and is able to carry un her usual household ac'ivlties. —CP> CMS S.VORO [ 7-r 7TTTTTT r -r -frr /1 & # %  rJ-H r J Mr HI 1 \ CMlt seedlings and generally ge. r!„.-, c anri f . ,_ h-Jmne wit 1 show ot ths nexi the othei oharactera. annual weather It alao Hive, time w.Ul w that hu performance , rn „. „, tor the re-sowtng ot any (allures, f "\ mejitoraule one. Btonde ; ,„ e |. f and o, roond crop. .or. thoj. ^ %  .^'^ S? ,$!$. time Men of active good n both aides have lost then m this struggle -•Slrllushort lived annuals which not outlast the season. During these months put in cuttings of Verbena. Pinks, Snaprtrafon, Pentas. FFBKIAKY. MAKCH. APRIL Continue to plant out seedlings, and generally care The story of thu fllm de-U .-h the accidental death at a • chronically drunken lose relatives neeretl> iry him on the ipot, and then oeeod to Identify every end ah, certainly a lusciou. .^^b,,, tyo^y in the morgue %  raature but once again the ihen nnsslng uncle, when thi twentieth century rears its head. dtg0fWtr hls , M ,oo insurnn and I am convinced it Is due to l( |icy the dialogue and the rather large op„ UO tu ou thi tllm ure d variety of accents encountered. V lded The majority of the e The settings in Technicolor arr magndlcently earrle.*;_ t •! iwnuni .. _. r-iT— uimarll. it) ID all lubss. fl> ifl trint. Ill l ,v %  uft ot *i 11 i;..'i t-.Hoienl Iroai Iha aa ra II Kitrrrae. Ul Iiim4 iiver mu %  • • %  itaaai HI 141 s aailor. lb) ill it snail 1&1 r Rind ot •• %  aim <•>! rum a airoaioaa. ij Wrii> dons i !" lbs answtr ,.u *-mv rtai.a nt It Jl -I-II or tioftinau • 1*1 %  'Ml •> • "in. iti uuolta 111 11a la.l nil's. {()) Id. rttartM. tei ave tad us. 161 tic coanpanr. |gi .1 iMHiHi %  posata. — *w—i ': %  HIS ^' 1 rriDoaM: T. Da*: V .naaao in OMIN: 14 gaaa>a: 11 ; may from April on. Cut back King of Pride of Barbados. Polnsetta. CorallU. Hlbiscut.. Camartensis. MAT. JPWE. JULY. Clear beds of dying annuals. Alianure and re-make beds in preparation for replanting, fur the rainy season. This Is tho time to plant Zinnias, Bachelor'Button, Yellow Pea, Cannas. Coreops.s, Coleus, Laiplns. Tlthonla. Red and Blue Salvia. Plant out Chrysanthemum *uckers. Plant young trees, start Hedges. ARTIE'S HEADLINE Al'GL'ST. sErr OCT. Continue tb plant out Chrysanthemum suckers durin-, August. Cut back Bougainvillae.i. Double Corallta, and Slngl" Polnsetta (in August) plant Geranium Cuttings. Zinnia seed* planted by the 1st of November will be bearing by Christmas. Get seed boxes ready. x END OF GARDEN YEAR. %  /./. %  ll't findrscagi rrtag se the tfrssteii ,l,n, a venwinr (tuei-l.tr." r an till 10 fi-f.OW board as Uncle Joe's hastilyplanted body is irreverently expl'oled at every opportunity for the sake of money The picture Is WrII-paced and competently acted, with David Wnyne outstanding as the prototype of all the .-.hiftleas brothers-in-law of modem COSMdv. N Other reviewers feel thai the ethie.il values of this fllm rti<>n. luis is tile >weret. Sliowar youraeli with iiu.hii.tiilloiH ( uel Taivuiu Powder idW your bath.yotir awiio. You'll reel it ah kin with aatiiimiKititluierw | gooskssj and fnwliiiiing you like a perfuniii IH-ICII broexo wherever you are. wlutievar you ao. atvery uuui u ill adon> (lie fmgnuiee of your proaenoe. For it will be 11,* fragrance ..f (^aalunere Uoutjuet — tho fragratuo men love. Cashmere Bouquet TALCUM POWDtR COIGUI 'IsMOLI'l-MII CO. IS THERE SUCH A THING AS PERFECT WOMANHOOD ? %  No"--claim inrdlrnl autliorlUes. who ought to know' Naturr ha< so iumtrurtrtl and phvolrally endowed woman that In many cases shea apt to suffer ri-nain dlalretuuiiu symptouu. durliiri lier life Pur instance, wlnn she eutera WiMiiMiihuod—or during the menopause, the p.iii-1 .inn i.iuin ebbs away Now If on "eartalB daya* of the month—famale functional nn>iiihl> dlatuiUanrra are cauilnu ton t<> mlTer from pain, nervous dlatrevi and frrl MI tired, cranky, vou snap at four rhil.ir.*n .m.| hu.l-aiid--thrn do try l.ydla V. 1'ini.hi.iii Vfffetable ("mi-mi.ii u, relieve %  toon rnnton 1 s rummi< rut on* punnar. MndESPEaAlLY Far Oirit tsssi Wemon Pink hum s Cem.xiund DOBS star than relieve gut h monthly imln It Also relieved aceompan>Huf nervous tension, trrttabllily and wrsk. hlul^uuni: in ;iiii %  hrn due In this cause. Taken regularly thruout the month — this great mediiiiiilielpa build up resistance .i-f.T..' MU ll Mill, A 11JIIK Hli) "ll-llili woman should want to dot Lydla Plnkham's Cund Is also very aaTeoUVS tturli.wliot iiiuhra and those tunny. embarrassliig feelings durlnx the yuan 38 to 52—when due to the fuuttloiial middle-age' period iieeullar to womrn Hinkha. ; Comp-iund K.WSIIt Alt! SILK MIMklM.s Regular Sl.lj per pair. Spei i.il otTer. nil sues nvuilahle ItallW* MM io> VKvr* ->r..r.i|.00 iine iiualitv ciiltnii \ Hal aamak PLASTIC HI in TUjS 2.K III 111) un. %  : in.ild. (iilours I'l.ASIK 111 Mi. u,\us 2..,o SJinuliler straps. I'nder-arm. Ilnndle Styles, in assorted colours AIM Sill. SI.II'S SJ.Ki j in all airea. Ten Rsmonly | I.AItll S' FELT SIIIM'IMS $1.73 All colours available PI on. III i: i inns %  AH M ITS 90..13 Only sizes 32—3u' T HEIR good look" tell yon they're /war rig/if. You know, too, when you look at the price tag, that vou ran't get finer value. Illustrated is a Tan Plain-front Oxford. Tied to every pair is the John White i .uarantee Shield—the ign ftUgfc means %  juU rigkl'! Ixwk for it in leading stores in Barbados. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right BY B.O.A.C. CONSTELLATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.W.IA Regular Bpird Service and aiparlaafs. ORT THI.RL SOONRR 1 BTAY TBRRB LOKQBR t From Barbados to 1 Plying Time RIngstea by B.W.I.A. .. 1 6% Bra. I.onden . | | pay i" Hi* Plights | Return Fare Weekly t 1 | IU.(Ml 1 1.467.00 %  rope sad South America B.O.AC. TAKES OOOD CARE OF YOV Book through uour local BX>A.C. Appointed Agnt who makes no charoe for f f 1/ ft f\ m adtrtce, m/ormarion or boo*fr f f #r K'lhnF Inpi by "SpeedMrd" to alt + V U ft L fix continents. BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORPORATION BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED Lower Broad Reset BnJgetewa aG/c&a €. (PinJi/i&nu) VIOITalll COMPOUND ii I.I.-OVI:II swi v 11 us R2.50 Krduri'd fruiii $3.60 4&\i l drewm Complete Set for this low price OTTO.\ WASH IIHMKS SI ,00 Sizes :W—41. A fine assortment i choosv from •'DreamiBH backwards -Uist me — back lo the torrid '20s. Same akirt, tsntr^ step...oaf I hovt • I9S0 faure! It's lovely, lifted rounded hnes for me... and maUiuesa Maidenfuroi lit shapes me up perfectly. Haven't you dxeansed ol a . like thu ?" II TU ••'• dream u 1 a fi|nre."*ou1l want Maidsalom" bras.') MM,.,, : Maidtalunn-i Ma.denclle*. Jasi one ol a seat %  -l.-ues. CeauifMi Ma.dm(. .(in UaantrM art made valx in lb* UahedSUttaof Ane(H hupplm • %  • liaiiud Uk rsirs osij • I rv'" la.oiiieMaidseiora. bra.' TWf ie'a QTlatdm JfMm'&fZiTJTloo of rigur** See our SKIRTS. SHORTS. HLOlSfcS. PYJAMAS, NKillTIUCKSSKS OVKKSJZi: \l(i||TWK.\R ut (he ino-i reasonable pricaa in Town. THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE Hr.uid Sln-ct.



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PAGE FOt-B SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1S5 W.I. CRICKET BOAKI) ON THE SPOT Decisions May No! Be Legal By O. %. tlH'I'IN Racing Detail* RACING RESULTS WHITHER CROSSROADS? O AT fi.\KM.Ml.N -IVANNAH. SVTUtDAY. NOVKMBU 1. ltM Tw< Willlllil'. Tims' Rl'ttt FIRST DAY HKST RACE AVANNAH. VI1 KDAY. NOVCMBKE 4, ltM TRACK: firm I II;K BOARD at M.magement of the Barbados cket Association at their meeting last wnk unanixpresscd IU grave concern over the affair? &T SECOND EACE Autumn Suites Nan Tudor was scratched, leaving a Held of seven. They got off to a good start, and at the i race was between H-i Bo.rd of Con.ro,. -p* K^TjS^iJSSJt! dally witn the disbursements, allocations and olher off first and lead trie held a little, • in connection with the profit* derived from she was quickly overtaken by %  recent tour of England %  * .'aim, but the laitor failed In addition to this, a resolution, moved by Mr. J. W. B. Chenery. ' ''" "* '"•J^iEST" K.T pointed out that since doubts hav. :,.e legality of the KirSsiS "* horn cRiSi had Wast Indies Cricket Board of Control in appropriating to itself pushed to second place was m £24,000, monies earned as a result of %  successful tour of the West naif a length ahead of Ability India* cricket team 11J50, and Investing these monies by trustees, the (M "."nialeaj, Barbados Board had therefore moved that proper steps be taken seek clarification ..[ t;.. pa* uuarters. NO SV.MI'AXIIV Brighton Slakes HAVE ansolutel, ympalh, will. Ihe Barbados CAM autbarof£m.'jff 'irSn, *g£ llles In the matter since I have been arguing now for UM pert K.tia for this meeting, snatched flve years that the meetings of the West Indies Cricket Board of the ra Control should be publicised and that ihelr acUons In the interest.-, or **** r !" '" "" Jud '' **** %  Thc otherwise of West Indies iricke*. should be considered in the lull light lamtM of public opU'ion. Scratrhed Although 1 agree wholeheartedly with Inc prlndpil tol nrhjaflb As thsB uo! oft. II. %  < the Board of Management of the Barbados Cricket Association i> IfiHl Crossley) and Vixen now fighting, yet 1 cannot help but feel that bl ihe> gad the *hei gggH (P^FlcJche:TwaJ fmnresponsible member colonies of the West Indies Cricket Board ol rung thud when the held reachControl had taken action as definite and strong as this long ago the 'd the do I >• teasing situation with regard to the control of West Indies cricket would not [Y£ ( ^''u !" 0 ^ 0 "^; '".'ML" 1 ?^! liave worsened until it has now reached a stage comparable with that of power politics. .... Even when the Barbados Hoard of Management met to take this definite step last week, the meeting was held In camera and a press ralaait was issued. This is not good enough and It certainly makes It more difficult for those genuinely interested In West Indies cricket to lend their full support from a level at which the> would be In possession of all the facts. IT Q YKK1SO.N pushed Atomic II into second WEATHER Fin place. At the finish Elizabethan — was home half a length ahead of '*' *ae*. *< Tl MN STAKES—< la** C and CZ MA1UEN 1J M M Atomic II. Gun Site. ndm-. lM0. glSO, 5ei— 5'T Furlesus CroaaJey was third, half a length — behind Atomic II. • 1 HARROWEEN KM lbs Mr. D. V Scott Jockey Crosaley FIFTH MCI FAIR SAf.LV ABILITY November Slake* *' ME 0|. PARI-HUTUE1 Three horses were scratched *"oRF.CAST III M. '.runu started with tonite and Kidstead Mr L. J Scstfj Jockey O'Neil Mrs. Elaine Goddard Jockey M Gonzalez In $11 ?4 PieceIt 52. $128. $1.52 •U-SO HAN 21 and 14 lbs. respectively" overt IKS?)'" weight START Good Kidstead got off last, and never WINNf R %  hance to get into the picture. Fair Contest quickly too* the lead and when the horses whe was still in lbs l-ositloti followed closely by Rebate and Flieuxce. Ncarlng the clock Flieuxce who had been gaining ground steadily moved up to the premier position. Husth'd by Wilder she maintained the lea'l IflAINER: Mr h Front (190 lbs., Yvonet); Miss Panic (126 lbs Aunda <108 lbs. Baldwin); St Moritt (las lbs. Comfortable, 2( lengths, lengths Wood J gr f. Ifarroway-Thyi rf Mayers. IUUGHTON STAKES—Class O and Lewee—7M 'IMS. $111. Ml)—1*4 F.rloat. 118 lbs. IM bi big I 18 lbs l'ARI-MUTUEL yards to r ch l '>" Judges a length .v^WVer *i< %  • / %  flj ahead oT Tiberian Lady (Holder PRECAST. 5 41. TIME: i.Oli $5 54 Mr r E Bynoe Jockcv Holder. Mrs. Pegiry Marshall. Jockey Yvonet. Miss K. C Hawkins. Jockey P. Fletcher. Win: $11.18 Place: $2 12, $1.04, one one of "•" having been "' Tbit — the Barbadian tract Elizabethan 'Holder up) was si Mid three lengths ln front of SIXTH HACK # Trumpcfer Cup The Held of eight were ouickU •r.t.h Vixen went to the front despatched. Crossroad* (O'Ntnt and secmod a sur*: wmnct unUl up) went >o the frrmt follow-., i,-. Holder skilfully piloted Duchess Soprano and VeJ£uard SSSJKSf AIJ Rf4 afc,ESJfW-L^J^Cr-pJvUl^. Hopper lhs„ Alii. Wllmer (117 lbs. M Gonzslezl"; Flying Ann (130 lbs.. O-Neill; Mopsy < 125 lbs, Wilder); Manu (124 lbs.. Glll; Hh it's. M Browne); Sun Jewel (121 lbs., Thirkell. START: Good. FfNiKH (-|,c neck 1 lensth WINNER: 4-yr.-old hb b.f. Hamc--Sorchimes ' ^ TRAINER: Mr S. Massiah. 3rd Race: SAVANNAH LODGE ATAKFS—Class F and Fl Oaly—$8M iS. I1SS. $40)—7H Farlents tinoutside into first place She rlnlshed a neck ahead Vixen. Maytime was third, a length behind Vixen. The ntoSS BOW APRIL FLOV.'ERS 108 lbs. 118 lbs. THIRD RACK Savannah l.od:;*Stakes TIME: 1 381 $1.38 i i j i.i M OF DISGUST a ~ %  —"*• iwi inii, and just Mil m£ %  '""'"flong pole FUm." Ki.tr (Holder, ovmook „i„l pueed Cmi lloula, but did n, slay there for long. Crou ROKU re-BMumed the lead ai the FORECAST Held peued the Qunj and wai never in dlffluilty tiereafter He Apollo waa seralched and th.H"W S? !" co !" ''l>ly. wln'.-i. entrant! matt 5g t. ln gn %  • %  baa with Epicure and First Fllsht rlame eiower. The latter wu In. /TViBHll ba> been •TOWlat MUUJ of uo.au.. IB I Ian l ., !" vln J'?^ 4 in,, reipectlvely "•"* """> ahe*vi ol, VaS •* %  cricket eIreaM from Uie tuut! the West indies Cnukel Board ol overweight. guard. Control at their inecUng two years ago cxpresaed Uieir inaDiluy W Epicure was soon to the front -W— "" --* '"> %  ""- " •— - he?d W p.d"".h. P tSnl W Kr n Se not re-elected, since he had been actively concerned with the arrange fixst time followed closely by 4-o nitiltrun Stakes menu /or UM Weal Indies tour to India. First Flight with Miss Friendship Flremist was scratched and tho After he had .erved iua,Uter tern, it felt u, .. ,.> %  ^ml^i bend T.no tooK S"25x a *lXSl S'„a. Soon member bodies that, although he had dune good work Tor West nvcr fp (rn MIM Friendship. Aphustled by Yvonet to the front India* cricket with some credit to hunsclf, UMTS should be a change pruaching Ihe third furlong pole but^wus immediately cnaileugeu In the Presidency; the Went Indies CticKet Hoard Of Conliol men • was ^" e^' 1 ""* COLUtrON 115 lbs. r'ARI-MlITt'FL Mr Cyril Barnard Jockev Holder Miss K C Hawkins. Jockev p. Fletcher Hon. J. D. Chandler. Jockey Crossley. Win: $8 14. Place' $1 72. $1 48. $30.84 -\LSO RAN EfH .re ill* 7 lbs, O'Nell). First Flight (111 [4 lbs.. Yvone:i. Tango (128 lbs., Thirkell); Pharos II (108 lbs. Baldwin); UMitiie Loss (105 lbs., All); Foxglove (118 lbs, Wilder); Miss Friendship (118 lbs. M. Gonzalez). START: Good FINISH: Close, 1 length, length WINNER: 3-yr.-oId bg. Burning Bow-Chivalry TRAINER: Hon V. C. Gale. SEVENTH RACE 4th Rare: ftOlTII CARIBBEAN STAKES—Class A and Lewer—$1,100 ($365. $185, $00)—$ Furlong* -r; the horses entered the was u jostling t* found themselves without the funds necessary for liotding the meetstretch for Home, April Flowers horses neared I. ELIZABETHAN 123 lbs. Mr. N. M. Innlss. Jockey Holder 2 ATOMIC II .121 lbs. Mr. James Chin Jockev O'Nell t C.CN SITE 126 lbs. Mm J. D. Chandler. Jockey Crosslev. UI I Sag l'ARI-MUTUEL: Win: $2.08 Place: $1 50, $3 46.' of places by Watercress (O'Neil up). Thar* FORECAST ^ Ing anil Mr. Nunes enjoyed uiu-Uier tern, ol uilicc. With i:30,OUO at their liisposal after a successful visit to England. positions as the ALSO RAN PI the cIOCB\_ and lbs., Yvonet* ilite (121 lbs., M. Gonzalez); River Sprite (108 f hustled by P U took the down thoratch to Uos^ Water: STA '„T 'GOOT" """"^VlNISir 8 Ly'TSn, .length, lead. Ths .was ahort-llvcd how,-res.. Oatcake, and Mary Ann WINNER. !.->, -id b m. Sir Walter Raleigh-Dumn*. ^*S£+3£ i 'S!S r & •^^ina-rlou.tu-letothe TRAINER: Hon V. C. Gale. of speed to win the race by half Ar,i>)achlng the wlrining pole LSOgth ahead April Flowers Q, NVI1 huilled Watercress to tho %  cond a length away from ore ^ wln by JUBt nillf lellJfUl trom Oatcake who was second u meeting in Trinidad a few weeks sgo and this loo was hetd in camera. Mr. Nunes was rc-eleeled President for a third tcnn of 0rr.ee. I certainly could not be accused of poasessuig more than the average intelligence but certainly the majority of West Indian erkfcel fans find themselves in a similar position. That being so, the majority of West Indian cricket fan-, like myself, tould llnd little in the mass of irrelevant gibberish contained in the Press release of the happenings at that meeting. ARK THESE RUMOURS TRUE? Cricket tans still want to know if the persistent ruinoui that Mr Lucy was granted on honorarium of $2,400, Mr. Nunes $1,300 and the West Indies players, Witt the cxceptlen of Kenny Trestrall, $720 each. Suiely lhi> would have been one of the chief bit:of infoi If this i* the case, that would h-.ve been included in ,uii iDlgUlajslll lelease. We also want to know what became ol the amendments proposed by the various member colonies of thn West Indies, soma ol which deal with the rotation of the oflice of President to each mcm,.< r colony in turn, and Uic sUlu* of the representatives of the Windward and Leeward Islands. 5lh RACE: NOVEMBER STARES—Class C and Lower—$000 ($$00. $150, $501—7', Furterurs Col let on FOURTH RAC K %  ck away from Mary Ann. EIGHTH RACE South Caribbean Stakes Tiberion Lady and Kidstead Wirlh..m "• were scratched leaving six K Worthing Slakes mounts to compete for the first ,***£ ^"' wa scratched, nine and a half event of the Musk j£ Fletcher, was in the As they passed the rf >") IJl* wh 1 e ^ !" <* , Lirled stands the lirsl Okne the order was hut failed to hold the lead. LandTRAINER InfuMon (P. Vleteher). Eliza""* '" Wen hy Wilder took over .__ bethon (Holder) and Gunsile "* ptero and held It to the and. 6lh Race: (Crossley). Elizabethan drew She was home, one and a hair level with P.foMon uisl after the lengths uheud of Sun Queen (M. Paddock Bend, then went int.. the Oonsalem). Ability was third, one let) ahe did DO) rellnqulsn. and u half lengths behirhl Su:i In the Homestretch O'Neil hieen. 1 FLIEUXCE 118 Ibi. 2 TIBERIAN IADY 118 lbs. 3 NO-TONITE ..84 -f 21 lbs. TIME I 36J I'AHl-MUTUEL; FORECAST: $12.12. Mr. S. A. Waleott Jockey Wlldei Mr. V. C. Chase. Jockey Holdei D. V. Scott. Jockey Crossley. Win: $1.94. Place: $1.78. $2.06. ALSO RAN: Fair Contest (118 lbs.. Yvonet), Rebate (117 lbs. Baldwin); Kidsuiid (106 i 10 lbs., M. Gonzalez). START Fair. FINISH: Easy 1 length. 3 lengths. WINNER : 4-yr.-old b.f. Flieuxce -Flank. Mr S. A. Waleott. TRUMPETER CVP—Clasa F and Lower—$800 ($265. $135, $40)— 5lj Furlonss Mr. A. Chin. Jockey O'Neil. Mr. Cyril Barnard. Jockey Holder Mr. V. E Cox Jockey Thirkell Win: $11.14 Place: $1.48, $1.10. erieM at heart COtlU leel nothing but praise. It is a step that should ALSO RAM: Ihinese (115 lbs, pay dividends' to WOO) Indies cricket in the not too distant future. A CHARITY DEAL N id. oilier hand, a meagrely i; 2.000 tn Barbados with a stipulation us well savours to me of an attempt by the power bloc at the Board to dish out charity to ils poor relations while the "boys in the know" rub their hands and say what they will do with O N VOTING BY I'KOXY W ITH regard to Ihe lalu ol lh Windward and Ucwurd Islands, II has been found Ihut Uieir representaUv..s vota l."l> on matlcra not lHaillllll than dlrcclljf and at moll limes hava u !" ihe „ u £24,000 deeldins elements that have ...tiled important and eontroverslal points that has been the direel concern of British Guiana. Trinidad. Jamaica and Barbados. Is high time that the Wesl Indies Cricket Board of Control What has been more irritating is Ihe fact that In Ihe p.l me capably or Incapably led b> Mr. Karl Nunes, be told that they are Windward and Leeward Islands haw voted by proxy, having nominot a law unto themselves to make decisions In Ihe nated someone in Jamaica to cast their vote* L, CROSS ROADS 118 lbs. T. FLAME FLOWER 115 lbs. 3 VANGUARD ... 118 lbs TIME: 1.09J. PARl-MirTUEL: 1 04 FORECAST: 15.48. Fletcher); Soprano 1115 lbs., Yvonet): Usher (IIS lbs., Baldwin); Consternation (115 lbs.. Crossley); Hl-lo (118 lbs.. Wilder) START: rau FINISH: Very easy, 12 lengths, S lengths. WINNKIt: 2-vr-old b.g. Danusk-April Showers. TRAINER: Dr C. A. Evelyn 7lh Race: CONSTITUTION STAKES—Class D and Lawer—9M IS3H. SISa. 1.15)5 1 Furletias SPKAK CI.KAKI.V TO W.I. Hi Hill) It is generally felt, and I share IhH view, that they be allowed to vote oi.lv II '-hey attend Ihe meelmgs and would 1* in a poslUc.-. lo follow the arguments for and against any proposal before the Board. WHY APPKOl'KIATK .G24.0O0? L AST but not least one would like tn hear the reason given by Ihe Waal Indies Cricket Board of Control, not itself n corporate body, why they should leel justified III i.pi.ropiiating £24.000 which they ""TsTaaWllnal'Thia. Ihe, grunt Barbados f 2.000 wllh the stipulation that they use it lo Improve accommodation at Kensington Thev have also granted £500 to Ihe Windward islnnd. and £500 to the Leeward Island, foi the pOrposs ol Improving cricket In those Islands by engaging the services of a coach ete. For this latter provision anyone With the Interests of West Indies 1. WATERCRESS ... 126 lbs. Hon. J. D. Chandler. Jockey O'Nell. 2. OATCAKI 123 lbs. Mr. V. Chase. Jockey Wilder :i liARY ANN lit: lbs Mr. F. E. C. Bethell. Jockey Yvonet. TIME I OSi l'ARI-MUTUEL Win: $2 10, Plaee: 51.40. tl.52 IheWes, FORECAST: 55 24. I MOO. i „kel at a Board that does not invite Ihe Press lo its meetings ALSO It.w K.mi..l Eon i I2J lbs.. Crossley); Apollo (114'lbs., F. and give Ihe public what little Information they can by a series of Fletcher). Uuleibella (115 lbs.. M. Gonzalez), unintelligible handout. SinSo "l"' us, „ „, E IN ^ SH i Dr vln ' lc " lh n k Ev,„ ,he member bodies seem to grope In the dark The, are %  r , 1A [}J£,; TSIw! Cla2S3lS?. paopla who seem to know what is going on but they seem bound to a Mlh R*rri WOKIIIIM. STAKKH—Class B sad Lsswer—Sl.tM )$3S5, 8163, $55)—5, Furlongs LANDMARK SUN QUEFN 3. ABILITY IM 2 lbs. %  atrsg) thai equates with that surrounding the manufacture ut the (Ittsrnio liW. therefore, shall we view Cross Roads, the winner of this year's Trumpeter Cup, who established the record in question? To me It was one of the most amazing revelations in the long years that I have been attending race meetings. When I remember how backward this bis; gelding was only three months ago it also strikes me as one of the most nuraculous transformaUons that I have ever seen in a two-year-old. It is. In my opinion, comparable only to the case of the same Ligun, who ran down the Held in the Breeders' SUakes of 1847 and at the tamo meeting came back to oreak a track rererd. -MI uirough my notes on the exercise for tho November meeting 1 made it clear that I was much in the dafc-k about many horses. But never was 1 so properly fooled as 1 have been by Cross Roads. I wrote that he waa making progress, and so indeed he has. Bu'. 1 was certainly not prepared for an eight lengths victory by a twoyear-old who all along had) Impressed me as a late developing type and one who looked more like the slow-to-warm up kind in the course of any race. His gallop with tba half-bred Wllmer a few days agu I can only describe aa the moat bewildering in the light of subsequent events. ._ **s|a*r*t si %  To say the least, he woo ln run-away fashion. I will agree with those who say that it was not the best of starts and that Cio*. Roads definitely got the beat of the Jump by somo lengths. But Flame Flower was the only one capable of catching up either on him or with him, and after she had run alongside for roughly a furlong between the three and the two. he had run her completely oft her legs. From there on the rest of the field gained on Flame Flower while Cross Roads went further away front them. Eventually he wem bv the winning post some eight (the Judge said 12) lengths m the le.id, if not on the bit, then comfortably. When therefore we consult the time and find that It la a fifth faster than U class and two tilths faster than B. in which race horses of the calibre of Watercress and Oatcake, in the tusi. and Landmark and Sun Queen, in the second, were pushed and scrubbed by their riders almost throughout each race, then we can only conclude thai Cross Roads is an exceptional two-year-old. The only lime that compared favourably with his for the day was Harroween who won the Maiden Stakes easily. But even there it must be noted she was still two fifths slower. With such a devastating performance doss Roads therefore places himself In the forefront of the line up for the Breeders' Slakes in Trinidad next Christmas. Meanwhile we shall have the opportunity of seeing him race again in the course of a few days before we fix his exact place ln the list of favourites, atr. Alexander Chin it seams has picked another good April Showers' progeny. T HE rest of the days racing produced some res-jlts which mado my tipping look good for a change. If even I say so myself. And who is going to say it if I do not. They only remember me by the losers I pick. The one that pleased me most was Duchess' win in the Brighton Stakes. I cannot remember enjoying any race so much since Gun Hill won Ihe Derby in '47. It should be easy to guess why when I ;ay that on arriving at the track one gentleman asked me if I was out of my mind lo tip a piece of nastiness (to use a common term In racing parlance )hke Duchess. I can only say that 1 have a knack for spotting courage and in a horse the shape and size of Duchess there is literally nothing else to see except the above quality. To see this little thing run from near last to t.r.-i in a field of twelve in the last three furlongs was indeed one of the sights of racing that I have always enjoyed come true once again. *T*0 TURN to more Important event* ihe victory of Elizabethan X in the South Caribbean Stakes added another feather to the cap of a mare who has already proved herself a great one. In Ihe past she has been dubbed a front-runner and indeed most of her race* have been won in this manner. But what I think she really likes is a strong pace In a race and providing some horse is in front making It hot and Elizabethan can run freely behind them she will, when HI, give them all ihe trouble in Ihe world to beat her There was in fact a great similarity between the running of the South Caribbean Stakes this year and the one of the last year: both of which were won by Elizabethan. In the tirst she had Drake's Drum to make a warm pace for her while she ran close to his heel*, while this time it was Infusion in a similar role. In both cases she ran past them after the half mile pole and each time she wont on to wfai comfortably. There are not many mares who have won • succession. I was not impressed with the running of the D tl.iss Constitution a. Stakes. la the first place Mary Ann, who has had a very Ugh! ^reparation, was actually taking her first genuine gallop since last August and the way she closed up after leading by so mar y i. in the first furlong was neither surprising nor was it an indication of tier true worth. Watercress then came on to the seme tollotiW. ... Oatcake and Dulclbella and all three looked as if they were very tired when they reached the posi Looking at the lime I can only .onclude thai they must all be short of work and that we will see them do much better In tho nexl Uu dayf If this is not correct ..bout the two llllie* then I am convinced it will be so with Oatcake. T HE winning of the Maiden Slakes by Harroween also woranl* some comment as it is not often that an Imported horse wins *o soon after arriving from England. Of course she received such an advantage by Miss Panic running wide that she had to do very little to get to the front. But afler that Crosslev was sitting very easy while ihe others took a good shaking up. Fair Sally, who Nad been going so well at exercise, surprised me very much when she eould not pull out a really smart finishing burst and I can only excuse her on the grounds that she might prefer softer going Neverthele** it wns not hard. t ASTLY we saw Mr. S. A. Walcott's French bred mare Flieuxce win her first race In the West Indies nearly two years after her arrival here Yet she won it eonvlncinglv and I for one was not surprised. I think it quite true thai she does not like the hard going and If we think back we will find that she halt only once raced hero on anything else. Taken all together r would say that it was n most enjoyable day* racing with a lot still left over to be decided In the last two days. A CAR BAHBADI15 BDYS' CLUBS Three Prizes will be given us follows : Isl Priae: A HII.I.MAN 2nd Prize : RAI.KKill :i SPEED CYCLE 3nl Prize : ROI.EX Tl IHlR WATCH Drawini: lo lake place not later lhan Nov. 30!h, 1950 Auditors : FITZPATKICK GRAHAM & CO. PH0SFERINE for a quick convalescence When the body's reserves arc broughi low by influenza or other dcbiliuung illness, and convalescence thrratcni to be a 'low business, PHOSFKRINli can do much tu replace energy and itrcngth.



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F SUNDAV NOVEMBER S. 1S* scxn.w \DVOCATE TACT, nvr Results Of 2Field Sweep ISM OKI) TI.MK %  Mk •riosn K M > IS in run MM 1M Wbiih MM Ttfiih SSev-r.'h I 10 M Twalfll* IMS 10M •".OO mr n tn hnldar. nl T rkn. NOB larr tm. TT1, ITT). S!IM. BU Til IK li BACC •440 1443 Ma. TMtal %  •• %  MM • r Bacond MM rourr'. Mia FUlh 1143 ftUrth MM 10 M aav.-t.il. IM1 10M cahti, 1111 ins ISM TMlUt MM IMA w h lo hokWr. of T MM. ion. 0U1. 144 MM. 1 -.1 K 1 II IIM 1 *rla IBJM tint OTM MM 11 ••rand MM m Third SIM 1M4B FWurlh MTI pmh •IM 14 00 ISM I0H am. itm n to holder, ot T rkat* No* MM. 1U4. MM. 1101. MM MM rirra BACB Frit* Tlfl Araaaal rir-i IIM UMW ••rand MSI TSSTI Third MM an 144 M rim• tooo auui H V> oo %  < %  *! m hoMm <•' Ticket* N— 1104 IIM, M14 MM. MM. 0M4 MM WTJ BUTSt BACK Frlie Tlthel AMMMJ ruat MM '4.-'. •• Sarand MM Mon 111* Mil MM MM MM 10 no Bum MM %  •vcnth MM 14 40 i. Mil sane, a** %  n, 'inkier*, of Tidwt* NO. Batj MM • >I MM "P. ai -IMVTrt 'Ml IB Tlehri 0499 4Tt I* ftennd Third MM MM mat Founti Flfih MM 4M4 44 4S %  iKIh Mil 10 M K — MM. MM MM J i..ii.H Ar ?•;MJ| ii-i-i *** %  %  ITM MTTft BM7 mm Third MM MM MOO -.. i t.. hnldet* %  Tlik--M1TM. IIP. MM. "Bachelor's Day" Win* Tobag o Governor's Race %  nve and %  naif furlon**. laft Tkr bay geldiiic Compton Scores 107 In "Skipper's Innings" MELBOURNE. Nov 4 Completing a fine century while J-is fellow batsmen were falling rapidly Denis Compton played n captain's part in helping the M.C.C. cricket touring team score 306 for nine wickets declared In their first innine* against Victoria - Whole length and ha> twice the amount of selling space a* the previous one. Apart from giving buyers more comfort, the new arrangement relieves congestion on the road and also prevents peoole from crossing the track to purchise tickets. HEMS COMPTON. In the few minutes remaining for play after the declaration, Victoria scored four for no wicket In reply After the, rain during the night and early morning hail prevented play before lunch the M.C.C. lost •even wickets to-day in adding 163 runs to their overnight scor. of 143 for two wicketi. 1-u.i.jton got 6l> <-day to bring his score to 107 before he was out trying a big hit He was al the wicket three hours IB mlnUBM In a splendid fighting Inning! which included 10 fours. Apurt from j stumping chance during his rather shaky start yesterday he made no error and has now made .i eentnr> in each of the two State mutches he has played In. Neuter. football Results With the lop three ciubs in the Bnj .ill acorirg splendid away victories, to-dav the leading league poramain unchanged. h man gave Arsenal full : T -J* the aanii %  nat Ijverp. ' 0. SwajMaa i ti-nlifT City 0. V-est Ham Uiuled ; Cuveiitry City 2. league llivwien 3. (South' Aldershot 3. wol*l] 0, Bnght.m and Hove 2, Southern! United I Bristol Rovers 5, Plymouth Vrgyta I I'mieu i rown 3 Cry.v Iteadt g 3 Newport County .'. v 3 Northumpton Town t. c;illinghain I Norwich 1'ity 3. Uouniemouth 0. Notts Forest 2. Millwall 0 Port Vale I. B-istol City 3 Swindon Town 2. Leyton Orient 0 Torquav United 3. Watford 2. laMi IHVUMH 3 (Northl rd Cilj 3. Southport 0 .'. Ili.idford U Crewe Alex.indr;t 1. Carlisle United 1 HaUfai Town I. Hothrrham United. Ilartlepool United 1. Barrow I Lincoln Ot) 2. Wr New Brlfhtpn i icrrtngton Stanley 1 Rochdale 2. Trmuniir Rev. ers 3. Shrewsbury 2. Ol-lham .Mlil.ti. 2 St.ickiM.rl County 3. Mansfield Town I. SeoMIMi League "A". Abvixlein 1. Third l^nark 2 Clyde I. Oeltie S. Falkirk 4. Alrdrieumans 1 HearU 4, Partick Thistle 3 Morton 4, East Flic 2 Mother well 4. Samt Mirren 0 Raith Hovers 0. Dundee 1 Hll i lUaaa i Sr^tk* l^aawe H B*. AlDkUl Hovers 4. Saint Joantone 4. Allea AthtetM 3. Academics 4. Arbroatli 1, Dunln mil i 3. Ayr United 4. nrtai Athlatk : Cowdenbeath 3, Kiimaniock n Dundaa Ut.it.-d I. Stirling Albltin 3 Queen ol tinSouth 1. Dunbarton 2 Quaan'i Park 4. Stcnimii) Muli 1 -Boater. India Make Bad Start In 1st Test 167 FOR 7 WKTS. NEW DELHI No* I In.i J. batting first against the Co"nmonwealth side in the opening test of the present tour. *urT r< a bad start and when 1 ,cie drawn. Ind coin|nl at 197 for the loaa of 7 wirkeU Th-\ lost their opening od,: Merchant and Mustaq Ah with only 14 runs on the board and then before the close had five mo .ckets down for a paintuU) UO 17. T 1 i Kotla grounds had a true Wicket unaffected by overnight dew and It played ea*v thioughout the day With Hidgeway and Jackson mjuie.1 li* Commonwealth attack Woirell. their captain to itnf a rtkkv third inn. net hmiwere always i; lor rum against a good Btt Harare, Pliadkar anc. Adhlkarl oflered a sound defftc< ngain at %  ( 46 -1 URLHUAHU INU1A :i.-l INNINUS tan. b w,,..u | %  %  'no. AH run oul S % %  • -ipd s,..„.• % %  b Ttlb. M '•—.II.I b Ramadhin 31 D r-r..-l*a. . B --.-.I-..J *l \kthit... Ibw, Tnbe IS .1 K .iH*IMI ,•! %  ( is V SUnhMl 0 !,.„. f NOV. 5 — NO. 144 The Topic of Last Week 14. S M IMMI INI. AN ll.VMH C V,*.V//,V,W/.V.'/V -a..u. wy/Tyy Water Polo Practice This Morning Water Polo matches thie. morning at the Barbados Aquatic Club begin at 0.80 o'clock. The two men's teams picked to play are:— Team "A:— A. Weatherhead. L Bannister. K [not, Capt I. C Foster,!! Weatherhearl ii Jordan and C Evelyn Team "It :— P Filler. G. MacLaari n c.". i % %  • %  Yearwood. B. Manning. M I gerald and O. JohnBOO Reaervea:— C Evelyn, J Grace and M. Jordan. All other member:' Of the Water Polo Association are asked to attend aa several practice matches will be played. A Ladies match has aleo been %  re *>rm*ld:— F. <'..i n.i. liael, (Capt), Ann l-^kstein, Mary Knight Heather MeKinnon, in, Phyllis ChandJoeea Allen. Baa Ntmphs:— Marion Taylor, i i apl I, t;m Reed. Tom Browne, GUI Henjamln, i la VM .i.i%  aaanaai Pal Manor Pat Simmer M • Lawtl WEST INDIES RECORD I0UR TO ENGLAND RELXDY THIS WEEK THE ADVOCATE'S PICTORIAL SOUVENIR of the visit of THE WEST INDIES TEAM TO ENGLAND MAY TO SEPTEMBER 1950 Complete with scores, averages, brief JetauS and commentaries. fdifed by Advocat* Sporti fdifo/ 0. S "OPPtN KIDNEY TROUBLE Hf't a ttfdlcln* mow specially tor It . If jou .aspect that tawrae "somethingwrong'' with year kidneys it generally mcaoa thai they need a correcOTe tnedifine N-g>'i'd kidneys gite naa to vision* distressing symptom* such as backache, rhenraahV paiDB. lambagu, soabOB, bjadaor disorders with scalding and 'in-mu ThelronbMatarta srhs n the kidneys grow slaggiata and fail to periarm their natural (unction 01 helping to altar away harmful iiupuiibas (rotn the syateoa. Yon can i aetore those vital organs to DOTSBStl activity by lavkuut Da Witt's PiOa. I They act directly on the •I kadneys and yon will vwy qanklj (eel the good they %  re doing;. Try them (or your tTooeM. Go to Fine Pattern* of AFRICAN PRINTS Irom 84c. — $1.07 yd. LADIES' SHOES for nil "tensions constantly open inn NYLONS SIM — S2.IS PLASTIC in White. HI"*-. Pink. Lt-niiiii Bill. \. THF BROADWAY DIESS SHOP -U No. 1 Rrnud St. KtP>ooat-ti< Dial MB OL .< CUARANTH De Witt's Pilli are inaniif atur-d und-r Uuily hygH-aic conditioos arid tb* ingredienta coa(orni to rigid tundards ol parity. What do you know about ENO? DO YOU KH0W m BN0 is a tooling.and rcl revhing drink, t geoUe laxative and %  perfect corrective for stomach and liver disorders? 00 YOU KNOW there are no hsnh purgative*, in ENOr Nothing harmful or hsbit -I arming No nasty taste! Never be without ENO! Sold in bottUa for taatmg fraahnaaa EnoV Fruit Salt STRONG as a Jor MHS in a aalt No Hobarl lio bara D*m'l k-t Dt-llUh. ntai -n %  urn i Thcv'il lava ou boy. laal luvi\nd a>M >u faal aiuwp And tmy — von .lart HtM II *h.r ou Ilka a aMep Sirona as a lion ami Guaranicol lor a* lorif a* VIM* •nan n ihai It the Phillip* btcyck, maJc by Hntnh cfartsmen 10 last yim a Uldimr Look at three poMil* •* qualm Irnni el tiur-irmpcr tied — all Msel hub*—heav% M"j(e muJana*J — Dunlop tyre* and lM aotl uilbaili (tmrcaac The hhytlr i* luaunoutly nnlshrd in bUct eoamcl, or colour* if n-auired, and iparklc* with \xr*v\ hnnnium p*"**^ For a bcyUe tnai ivtll *tand up to ihc roughoi BMB) an'i beM a I'hillip* r-rpati l>.*.,I J jk H Kl I % % %  sponsored by JAR BAKERIES mnkcrs of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM SEA VIEW (.1 LSI HOUSE HAafTlNtiB BMiliUius KXCKI.I i HI ( I ISINK ii I.I,I MUCKHI II A it KATES, v. mi per IK upwards < Inclusive) ty$s$£** ,0* Hay *afe — Brylcrccm your h.' i csct-iiv IIH'%' h.nr mi mil MgiuK tliat point ilie nccj lor Br i. Dry hair,'lighi Scjlp, t nl> these arc taUaJK I that piini tne nccu lor Drylctteta'f 4 (I) Day-long smartneti. (2; Lasting hair health. -••—'! nc*, ibe scalp, cms u'inmon | N :icv plcndid rlcretfl "i i Ifyj w HOWEI.i, Mi with Bryfgr i o n.i.ir ; bail hair ItouMea, Its pure cntuKili life iui" I %  t: i„ UOD/I ufc itiN h %  i your li.ui. DAY-LONG SMiVRTWES' • LASTING HAIR HF.A That's tho DOtfSU BENF iifai you *it/y Toothpaste... READ THESE FACTS ^laiher Braoth! la ;, :, f .'::.:%  : ,; %  ; ; ; Try New LISITRINK TOOH % %  i %  aduiira l.aturlnini action • %  It's rlia (hoi.a of *•> ni*-. I brlahia* .. i*ll treihtn* hi LI5TKRINH I1M>III I'Asll aWtaOJ i I.I im.., %  I or a %  fresher bre



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PACT SWDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5. UM WATER rvilMHliilll Statistical Officers End Talks rtotn Out o- c w ss m ia i t i *>RT-OF-SrAIN. rdad Nov 1 The Conference of Caribbean Statistical Officers at Kent House. Port-of-Spain has ended A series T recommendations have been med at unifying and ltd proving trade statistics of the area. These recommendations will be later considered by the Caribbean mussion before submission to territorial governments for their Jderntlon and action. Another tinporlant MiiisCstion of lite Conference was that territorial Oovnents should follow the recommendations of the United Nations about preparing trade returns In 'cordance with the classification the Standard International Trade Classification published last month by the United Nations statistical Office Anotner point noted by the Conference was the treatment of r.ter-island trade for regional purposes There was general agreement as to the desirability of latistlcs of inter-Island ami interterritorial trade, and It was felt that the use of such collective terms as British West Indies" and Trench West Indies" now used in r-vcral territories should be a voidd and a more detailed breakdown 1 trade within the area should be iadc "Fire Kong" Sentenced To W Years AT aRLFIELD tenantry everybody keeps kitchen g*rd*nf| Hi -mull stripof land %i ttu at*M Wf I Ml house and >n the yard. Tha %  all is good and th* people grow lug lettuces. All of %  family h-Ip to water the plants and at bottom (r) is seen a little child, not yet going to school, watering with n-r %  mall watering pot BELF/ELD I A GARDEN From il.ioldest to the youngvat tenant* of the iI8 houses built oo the Government six acre tenantry at Belfleld are interestel lU gardening. At most limes of ini day a visitor to the district might flnH 60-year-old gTandmotluM Agnes or 10-year-old tVibcrt wulering from cabbagoa to flowering plants. Tlw area Is flat and much breezu blows constantly across. With their trim looking gardens the neatness of the five rows of Houses and the wnlls which enclose the yards to each house, there is an appearance of order11: li WAS about two years and a half ago that Government put up the land for rent to relieve conOration uspeviallt in UN Eft* areas Housewore removed to |D %  %  n ioihrrs whi -.1 and llf< chiefly froRi Nelson Street but 1 i son..from t'airlngton Vll -e, Bank Hall and Eagle Hall Th. n i %  Government houses of those people who appb J for house plots, built ground si'l. wall paling, provided water < IOMU ud bjrthi and buih roadi There are now street pipes and lamps and electricity runs throughout the whole area Only one man whose house had been put on one of the spots was fi DM U) remove il after hi' did not comply with the requirements of the Housing Board. Anothei house was placed there shortly UM UN inn! mtloti ii variety o* vegetables are not plumed The soil is go>-i and on either side of the hougeM and tin Ln the yazd Bsatplg p|gfl plantain. and banana t<>Whi n then . t.nn Hi %  li s Havis shopkeeper ol the MffUU Ihe /liii'u'ifi' visli i | hiip dnln "IT this WBtCfl i shop at her iiiiiin*. I>ut aha ffsj to'd tha' %  k %  i lid >\-iv,to zt •' i CM keeps a shop on th %  of the .oad opposite •r home but she was told that ( the tenantry ..mis QsvM to walk about .If a millto catch a 'bus and >. think it tiresome walking There is no difficulty in getting ilk in that district Itesidef toats, there is the Wavell Dairy •urby. Almost nil the tenants DO, keep pigs AM children go to school a* St. f lephens. a distance of about mile from their homes. There a piece i if unoccupied Gor • nrnent land attached to the 'istrict and the boys play cricket UN after they return from hoot. 'nun Our Own Correspondent) POHT OF-SI'AIN. Oct. 31 Trinidad hat "a rebel" nr movement with two KhiblUoti luiiiiiny sl.lc by side—one is ths Official November exhlbtUon of the Trinidad Art Society, the other, r pavement exhibition of rejected paintings hung on the rail of the premise* opposite the Itoyal Victoria Institute whore the main exhibition is being held. Taking pan in the Ijtler many of Tiinigasd'i leading artists Including *•' Mlllv AUnnndo/. Qeoffrt) HoMaT, Cecil v FOFH —most nrt teachers mam of whose work was -ejected Rejected Artists Stage Own Exhibition In T'dad What the TAS President Charles Ccdgan fornMI 1.union diary *v pine! weli.inung QoVwTflOI SLI writer ol London') Evening New'.. Hubert Ranee who opened TAS now Trinidad Guardian faarturt %  xhihilioe on Saturday aiWnoOrl writer. iles.i-bed as 'a storm in pamtboa" The decision w.is to gga> l arose ovi of 'he bo pietum n lOinmittee Of the three III.II-II'.I:, %  mlplir % %  (i |gg ..lr.|ll-IIIK FlflH hi % %  • I QsjQel 1 Jacques Legube. I)i but) i.. %  Unj .if the r.ox I'awan. world rwOOgnfaMd committee of management wluc I'.ithi.loglst. gnd Kathleen Ml I •ihihition lo %  100 pieces but a I .mel of Judges refused "a lower andard.'' The Committee subsequently ap, ointed its own panel to select an ilditional 36 exhibits but due to • •Mortage of time and certain techideal ditnculties, the President de. Ided to exhibit the original 64. The cxhibitsOD opened "a blaze 01 public controversy" with newspapers carrying headlines "Art Society Ousts 'Severe' Judges" and .H'ouj.i HAS' Hold Protest fxhibltion of Paintings". The : avenged exhibition Is attracting irga orowdl dally.—Can. Preas. PORT-OF PAi'J i II Gilbert Miller alias Fire Kong' as sentenced lo 10 years' lm'erduy whc. iry found him guilty of stioottni .Mi ii-.ti i.' ...... %  rm at No. 55. (JU l') Bouttl hssak I xhihition I tlttfal Psastun liar.' UM, Hattervcs I'ark I gsMssaoa >l Science! South Kensington '.i .1 pj Arvhnc^lure, Poplar 1 .liilmun nt Books] Vumria .nut Albetl Museum <;i \s.nu May rt— Auguit 2) .( % %  in ol Industrial Power, Kelvin Hall ULI.IAST J u ,,t I— Augiul 3D I'lsur I-arm and i ,u tory I exhibition FESTIVALS OF THE ARTS 1 Inn IMII K1 Special I'cttival Svau>n of the Arts during May and Jun^* in LOMMM '• . ... AJdcwargh; IU11I1 A-vrmhlv 1 I ...... % % %  Hi ...... Regency revival barj ... porar) Musk] ASTHMA steals your Sleep-, '-here's tlw way to obtain D O you go to bed each night dreadhg a sudden snack of Asthma? This dread, by Itself, can rob you of precious sleep t Remove the worry by always having s bottle nf Epbaaocic tablets by yuur bedaklc. One F-ptuuonc tablet ilipped into the mouth bring 1 diate relief from an attack of Asthma. Onreschuigthcstoniach, Epbasonc'a healing gents are FOR ASTHMA AND BROKOHn S TAK E 1'H'Htrta t*tm*l*. It am/ IMUMIMIII. P.O. hi HI. J Mv jo-^ar-w i> T.'K-iMas *o-T* Has --haw 10 hsa I 1 frlv lb-AM£u,r M Mv ** %  **•* %  "• June u-to iga lm 1 1 Mi. .,' Drams .INI'II" iv-AVf#i*** S A -. v % %  jkt>ai 1 Hod !>.... NV • %  > ddfodd .... A*HM 6-II ^•liord. *so'i-i6 Ma) M. i>s-ij Cstksdnl Masicassl Warship) re I val ^ariJ-Ossssw 1 % %  M ... Stptpub,' !-•< w'oi^cucr tTbrce C%oin Fcitiv.t S Waisawrj-i Vorlt 7 i<"< 1 T %  lmludt hA-*u'ik Qaihnks| .a ttM CksM *nJ I'ipc Mar^h mury Uuiki 1 and rsssU l.ihihio>mol iSth Ca 1. MI of laaBdsfe Aiiluic.iui >rn II. WALKS I BsJkSMOa i-t >.i(iii|>.n a r> I'aiaung St NgBBi'l rsdkl Ii-lk-^kt't. Mfitmtih WcKh Ihll.idc I'.im ScltenM Mill I 111 UN Mil I AND eisf/at' Ho.i Agiicuuufsl fskow, CasslslssBi VCK.-S Tanaa BRITAIN AT HOME TO THE WORLD Atk ymr Trmtl At*nt M Ju> ikn Jt'Jl/i Write Direct o] Airmail lor fatherly Advice Free TH E STEPPING STONES TO SUCCESS Don't hesitate about your future Go forward. confident that The Befsnett College will see you through to a iound position In any career you choose. The Benstett College methods are Individual. There's a friendly. penossftl touch that encouragsn quick progress and %  nekes For early efficiency. -Direct Mali u DEPT. 188THE BENNETT COLLEGE LTD. SHEFFIELD. ENGLAND How available MtW GIANT aizc Utra gigl Islra Valasl HUGS THE CURVES LIKE A BEAR* tig like cli||ing miles off your jinirney — the v.a^ tins llillman MINX handleami tides. Clinging lo Ihe ruad effortless!) un a fast eotiMr; Hosting; yon over the liiiinji-; MMfinfj tn a feather loueh. rha -rrd iin line balaiice, •ud ma—ive wesfhl. A balanced •pringitiK system lhat uses every Lir.i daspjgjn ImpiDVwawaSl : indepetMienl (rmu eofl -u-prn-ion, bMlion li.ii stabtliseri ilmitilr-acting bydmuUi ahock ilwarlkkta. Halanced Nleeriiig lim, ivirkinsj lo linger pi UC in I *MI'I a sprung wheel pusilionr.1 fuM ayuu wajit it fur easy, perfivl control. All this is only part n( the Hillmvi Minx story. Lively performance, tine looks,an interior that rrhVclUriii-li standardsufrraflsmaruhip — where else could you get such worthwhile features combined with eron< my In petrol and upkeep! Take ..• quickest step to ssving and taction —aae and try for % % %  --' 1Ufo w HILLMAN MINX U/itk TLud-Ttivm, Emji*i& IOI I aV CO.. LTD. PRODUCT 'OF GROUP i t



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V* SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1M Sl'NDAY \DVOCATE PACE SEVEN HII \rtvi ii mi AMI: OF. By EVELYN WEBBER The RlgU fcflswer *piv.. wan aUanieH b motor-cycle squad*, lo the convent where they ore They ..idled ll inil 10 %  fram home A blenk north-Or P Rl near Callander. Onui to, la.what they meant by home. There tltev live behind a high wire fence and their only contact Wltn the outside work! picked b) the Quins' teaI the Si-iir of the AanimpUan. t<> go to atltoo| with them. I\mint* dreiLJt Nobody U ever allowed lo Interview the Quins, .ind i for rare, formal appearance at wh*n they shyly refuse to talk, they are not permit led outside They are here now :.' Invitation of Francis. Cardinal Spcilmpn. "who." said a •Snpossessed, dapper papa Dioniie (quite changed from the shy countrv hiM 1'" was when Ihe Quu. were borot. "ta paving all the expenses." I!. daughter* put on long %  MM inst night and the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria. A thousand peoolr, including Unite.! States Vice-Pre*idem O \or as their official vehicle. But hat* and coral blouse* they woco ihi Broadway they dlc\a*MdJ the %  > l u>aeeU upaet the Albrn Barklev and New York t did not stop once to let Cecil*, for the sightseeing [hey d.d not film advertisement m an eKoled Answering the guest Gcvernnr Thomaa £, Dcwcy. ca< i mlu ; ,„ ^ujte to do any of the things they ribbons tied round their wrist* York* gorgeous — especially %  Hr York (fr their offic >m left to right). —EMILW. MARIE, ANNETTE, yvO.VNE. CECIL* babies, tn same order. Aboi%  Ices side unu ed ttWmselvt son* .apiured men ** to b B.Ued, by shooting hanging If you answer c you wll be shot If nnf, y be h; ued %  is were too Distraught or h scornful of han.; resit t. 'tie contradiction in this until one saved himself b> boldly reply In ii "By bancing The i ipusUn dtavourtng to keep their word llta i %  .i*. | %  %  fount '" ••MIW •'! l>"- ||*MI %  •MJUJL 'i. %  niwn "i i %  *^M >' lum> Cryptogram A N observation applicable to oDinu 1 i ( Mothers regard inl.lren and lovei tlnmte1 f their MM U roiiov, woi> presented as a miwti ,1 for you to olve: / \ \ I MklAliMH I i)TfO H Q A It II M s I* tf V F B T ( M II W Z II O B If AIA. UMU .."-|. % %  V ii'U V IMI'l a > Pen Pah IOMM HATLOC1 HI I. (tvinple Queensland, A\ iralla. Age 1.1 li Interested itamn oDlUctUig JIARHY MA1I1IN. 13 Jan St East QuikHOrd 1 an Australia Uks writing and an., kum he will not have much chance. S weiit sighlseving with the Dl in the tJruna bus hnnded —or anyone else—out to take ''' VVONNK want. ,. look at the ,hat for %  • nd w undersUnd II Y> ONNE wants to look -t the ^^ ^ ^ ^ tQ m(nd .. when they were born. Broadway. I'm so glad we came. They were photographed everyand so is Papa."* where. Some of the crowds who g,.l -near enough thoughtlessly *pa beamed at hi* daughter* prodded them, shouting: "Which And he beamed too. at the en-•d; in order: 1. Dogs, 2. Insects; '\ 4 tigers, .'. Hats; 6. Mice. Tin 'Wiiu'il found that 1 paien' nuuiieil UWn and had 11 DM darea UM • blu 1 murriaK 1 BCaan luaTeVMl (WM ..i Mattft oaMttOOl %  I tip .it I" nit %  are you?" tourage which accompanied them which had induced > I asked the Qutna how it felt from Canada T heir ten slate,' prodUBttVfj of fear lO be celebrities. classmates, two teachers, one exNol on., child amour Said Annette; "It spoils things teacher, a nurse, a publicity man, found to he afraid of his fallic little when people slare But It has always been like and a bishop. I, I: S %  *umK, wHiiu. w i*w -^ '""-hotter nnw art museums. But at bMt she bP "" "" %  Compared with their class-1 CHARMINGLY CASUAL OVER HAIRPINS .. burly officers permanent bodyguard) impatiently by. MARIE wants to opart (f the mallv timid. Their health a. standing CHr .j ul i y ^rttoi, but ll e Quins' teeth do not indicate that. They ore no make-up though each had been given a lip-stick, "We will Just put a little on for the banquet tonight." explained Annette "Papa does not approve Of ll" 1 T HB life Of Ft !• McClusky lasted long enough to good |oke. Her story—sne IU the onlv Wren to serve afloat in minor wai vessels—is told In one of the dories in a book about the s* and R.N.V.R. types—"Wavy Navy." Felecia, a third officer, lived in a spare cabin 01 an Asdic trawler, and woo the affection oi .very member of the crew. No glass was ever raised in UK wardroom without a first *.o*v to Felecia. The seat at one end of the horsehair sofa was tieralone. 8he became the ship's angel a new kind of ngurclK-ud Three officers, all those retinas . But no Jealousy. Por although her name wu> pr:nled In full on the wardroom letter rack. Felecia. wartime forerunner of Harvey the Kabbn existed only In Imagination. Only privileged visitors to the ship were allowed to pert) ineui* Feleela'a cabin, to marvel at the txiibbuued pyjama caw ithc assistant stewards girl Inrnc Had sent it to him. ana he dar* not use It In the foc'ale) ... Ihe aoanled soap ... the hairpins Those hairpins. . The Bans •;.nt steward swept and polished liio cabin every moniing. Then he reseaUered Felecia'.i hairpin-in front of the mirror and alwavplaced one caret tillv on thr centre of the carpet. -That lad's a ooet said th" 1 flr lieutenant. The end came soon aitei ui> MM Wren omcers were askei: aboard 10 a party. • They're ai Jealous u hen ol her name on the letter rack.' sant the first lieutenant to the sub. Then one morning 'ne eap'sin brought Into the wardroom %  signal annnunrtna 'hat a ne sub-lieutenant was "o Join. The Wrens at the base Bad seeo the signal and realised thsv FelMla'a cabin would be needed 80 a draft chit followed Third Officer Pelecla McClusk* was to report ashore. With Kit -A low-down trick.* Mid thr men. But Feieota bad to go. -v/Avr NAvr-—*du* t 0* J. Lennox aTerr astd DmcU Ume* iHarrap. fa>. a*/ London Bapr*j I '"ice ANNE'ITE, shy and gentle, and ihe most lovable of the five. wants to attend a concert i MIUH merely said: "Can I see the public library?" We did sec that—but from the window of the sightseeing bus M we raced part. T"* " u know the nlm • t8r 1 lu the grey suits, blue velvet though they do not go to gMMi GorgeoiiM I'lOIM.i:: What Price Picasso? By JON HOPE. Beueauser, His first story. A Long as Cost-of-culture index Jumps Day's Dying, did well enough in ;, few points. the Stales to allow him lo Uke a Publishers Rider and Co. are year's holiday from schoounaslerusking 0s. *d. for 60-page book lug. It will be issued here in of ricaaao'a play. Desire Caught February. Beuchner plans to Uy The Tail. Book contains a few llnish another novel before returnilluslrations by the author. It ing to New York—and schoolalso contains a few pages w th mastering. nothing at all on them, though # Carrying on the family trathey are included in the threedition—started by their father and score grand total uncle—of capturing nature'a magic Among other things, the publishwithin book covers are John and era announce thev are amused to Cherry Keartoo. John has written give the British public the book. Nature Memories. Brother Cherry. I think 1 seo what they mean. director of Jarrolds. publishes it a On a brief visit to Britain Is next month. novelist nephew of American WORLD COPYRIGHT Ambassador Lewis Douglas—24RESERVED year-old New Yorker Fredertok —i-X-S. Rupert's Autumn Primros e —/ askjbr Cussons TALCUM POWDER Only one soap gives your skin this exciting Bouquet '*"•" %  f,.' : %  .-"' .t.11 uidi Ihe tkh Lsshmcir li 'Iht%  Ixmipirl ICBVO yoU MaUtBd < %  >'•'•* fresh, dainty fetmnine appeal CashBuuuuri Si\> 1* heavrnly foi ion|'l<*i'"i v r 1011 1 WITH THE FRAGRANCE MEN LOVE C* The day .ho hi. tx %  nd Rupert, lor walk. %  reMinn %  iree when s dmim ... reichet his sari. ails up 4nd lisisni. "Where ih.ii bt eonung Ireai ?" IK nars. AnJ whil >% n ? It n't MLnd qu.ie Uk* band." %  hi' !" mrn< .mill figure 1 ihe brow ol IBM'S Fe:i .. ay* Rupen. I mu" *' him whit hai hippened. tie ". chite *nd toocaMKM Hullo, ne yoT.mj; MV Ferdy brnhle-i.. %  -' Robm [K>*n wtws are a menace mfZffte ^*W ,h0 *. W m "ch ICVCKCT ku clfl*ANDREWS LIVER SALT. ~ "; TO YOU* MAKE-UT CUTEX Magic-weax CUTBX, ao taay to apply—givci beauty tu your fingertip* This incredibly looa>wtaring polish resists chipping and peeling. Staya perfect longer — r.UTBX's clear, oonfsding shades never seem to lose their brilliant lustie. umm IMIK.I ISNOM.INbl.M t.ih.r 1 b.. .,t *L-I light he C*n vi rvw thatn tn your ruir, *'ei%ibl M>'tneti. Ye-v umgnt . if yoi use luitre-Creme Shimpoo today' Only Lustre-C reme ha thu msgicsl bleod of -Kret mgrrdicnts pfj. gemb, lanolin. So n n-uthermg m nardeit wster. Leavts hsir rj^r4ntly lein. ihinmg. and 10 nunsgaable. Try luttre-Crsmel Now on sale t>rrwhere in the hsndsome blue ind white jar. *>r A SOATI NOl A lIQUIOi BUT A WONDCWUl Nlw CtUAM eweovtay witM LAHOUN tew sotT luitaous oiAMoaom \ppllur*. ntim Kiui n 11*1 ii>rhit*Bi* MtouSlon, llfhl, ili"ti *l I % %  % %  IL.UUMSh Dial broken m V,I.I:V.'; 1.rii., ii. H i. rin Maad High Fashion Need Not Mean High Prices. kill/them with FLIT HP /\ ^// Wtit contains D.D.T. FLIT IS AN r|5) PRODUCT/ I douhle-action %  Mdlcilad ouunxnt lor UK trMImmt of H~d md Chwi Coldi. Bronchltii. Cow|l i Catarrh, Sort Throat, Kbwimitlun, Lumtafo. Saukj. 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BLITHE SPIRIT tt> Illtl I I HAMILTON -Bl.iTMt BP1MT," produced wiih notable success by the Barbados DramaUc dub al the %  taping Incatrc last Thursday and Friday, u. uot perhaps Noel Cowards beat pl-y. but it displays to a hiuii dearw in. uncanny, wtu-h-doc.nl .,„. for detecting a change in the uulac of in* sophisticated public almost before it has occurred Some older playgoers may remember how, ui the early twenties, The Vortex" and "fltttn Angels" catne as near as anything to b-iruj k ISS ed off the mage; but Mr. C-ward knew what he was up to, and got away with .t i venture to think he would not at that period have hazarded before the public llus improbable farce," in which ~ leading (and by no mean* unsympathetic) character is hilarii usiy .lespalchwt to the shades at the end of the second act, to return to give posthumous assistance to one of the funniest last scenes in the modern theatre But Mr. Coward knows his humour, and he know* hit time The hereafter has been devalued for many years new; why not get some fun out of if Almost, he has loat his power to shock, and criticism Is silenced by .1 man whose range Includes at one end so majestic an example of the phony as "Cavalcade", and at the other the rxQUbNta tenderness, delicacy and sincerity "I the film "Brief Encounter" Mr. Coward should hcwart if ho is not careful he will •n a few years find himself canonised as a Grand Old Man of the Theatre, to suffer nV pun?* ^f a urk'ate hell in which each new work 11 greeted with universal %  hut without surprise. The Barbados Dramatic Club got off the mark with that cheerful farce "The Middle Watch," which I was unfortunately unable to see, and it is a sign of a proper 1 nmtti that the Company should now aim at so difficult a target %  Blithe Spirit." There is no doubt about the difficulty. Sincerity, a q uality which good amateurs are better able to achieve than noiso-good professionals, is here not i iiougli In J ploy <>f thii kind %  tugh degree ol vutuosily, 01 polish, liming ami speed, are the necessai) ingredient.* ol a fully successful performance. These are gifts that can only COM with considerable experience under highly expert direction; and n Is greatly to the credit of Norman Wood and this company that they scored, If not a bull's eye, a very 1 rear miss. Signs of thought, intelligence, care, and attention to detail were written all over the production All that was lacking w- that Anal quality of snap and finish to carry the audience over the danger spots, when its enslavement is dependent entirely on the dialogue, and the point given to It. It la the early part of the plaj which Mr. Coward has made so hard for the performers. The lirst *c*n* and the greater part of the second—over three quarters of the first act—are entirely concerned with exposition, the setting before the audience of the situation and preparation for what is to come. The bad manners of certain London stall-holders, accustomed to arriving long after the rlM of the curtain and thereby making it impossible for their neigbours to give attention to the play, has had a curious effect on dramatic construction. A playwright seldom dares to allow anything important lo happen for at least ten minutes; Mr. Coward. sufljirixingly diffident .about his iblllly to get his following into the theatre punctually, has here extended this to over half an hour. This is plain cruelty to actors and actresses, and particularly to amateurs, not quite able to get the last ounce of the extremely witty dialogue and bound to miss that keying up which comes from a warm relation with an audience, whose friendly Interest has been quickly engaged. I think thai perhaps a little more might have been done to overcome this difficulty: a greater use made of the stage for movement, a sharper pointing of the Unas, a stricter insistence on the maximum effective speed—which does not mean gabbling—consistent with audibility With the seance, however, the company arrives safely in port, thereafter thai-* I* no nagging of amusement right up to the dellnotM COskrtU%  Ura, an.l 11 *<>uld I-Invidious to single ou; (or special cominendalion an> one member of an excellent SfM •W no we.oc spots Idns Mills Is easy convirwinf, ana sympathetic us the baiassed husband who at la-.t achieves the serene haven of d>.ublc widower-hood, an enormous part of the type played ye.. s -a-j by Charles Ha wire \ —., unious throwback b> Mr. Coward. this. To get through It as Mr. Mills did was a feat of endurance ua well as skill, and the same must be said of Christine Oracle as th.* second wife Ruth, who has abnon as much to do. and does It with mteiligcn.e and unfailing poise a ive and dead. Ann Musgravs as Btvtra ll in Rupert Brookes word. a moat individual and bew tide-in* ghost who catcher the Impish charm of the part with remarkable understanding Gold White, as the medium who starts all the trouble, gives a performance cf splendid soliditv aiui assurance, though I think an lute*. P relation which made Madam • Arcati a full-blown eccentric rather than a straight heart\ might jy imparting ureaier variety, have neipod the production. I am convinced that this lady was meant to have been brought up at Too* ir.g, with a manner and' speech she was far too strong-minded 10 modify Nina MicheUn and William Lambert. M friends of the hug-ridden family, a little aloof from its troubles, made. In their very different styles, an accomplished, amusing, and exceptionally audible contribution to the macabre gaiety of the evening, and more than the patron!sin K word usually accorded to stage maids should be given to Joan King, whose vitality was a delight. It lg too late to persuade any one to go and see "Blithe Spirit." but not too soon to urge everyone interested In the locsl theatr.to look out for the next venture of this company, which has in MI short a time attained so considerable a level of achievement. si'iiirr nnsiM. lltl k I IIIMI Mil III All MADAME ARCATI (Oolde WhlU) casts bar spell over CHARLES, bat tie spirits don't go away. \V.V.\V.V.V.V-VsV %  w.w.\ 11 MI. in.i: : : ; PURIKA ; %  ll4.IO\ 4 HOW %  pH. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. {ynhMrraj W.V.V.V.V.V.V.V. For that rich s> savoury flavour I Make (hat stew really tasty with iii-d a little Marmitcl Make it better for vou too Marmitc ami.mithe Ba vnamim that build up health and resistance to illncn. 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PACK F.lfillT SUNDAY ADVOCATi: MMDAX, NOVKMBEI BARBADOS & ADVOfflE i. 1 - 1 —-i MM ftr SM MvaMM €.. LM.. IriU at. aMfaWn. Sunday. November S, ItSO TEX VI AIIS A.'TKl. leu vc.iis m the WYst Indies the Development and Welfare organization have published another report, this time by Sir Hubert Ranee, analysing Development and Welfare in the West Indies 1JM749. The delay in publication has been due to a printers' strike in the United Kingdom. Sir Hubert's report is a stocktaking report. It is a gloomy document and is more pessimistic than optimistic. Federation it says, may not be for a considerable time. The population growth threatens to exceed the rate of development of mediocre natural resources. The steady increase in the cost of living has absorbed a considerable part of the gains in wage rates. The area is dependent upon purchase agreements and changes in international economic relations on which it cannot exert any significant influence. Maintenance of expanded administrative and social services depends on increased production in the area. The outlook is bleak. During the period April 1, 1946 to March 31. 1M9. £15,500.000 have been allotted to the West Indies through the Colonial Development and Welfare organisation. By the end of March 31. 1949 there have been grants or loans up to £8,233,036; of these grants and loans £3.855,193 had been spent. Barbados which had only spent £117,575 of an allocation of £800,000 by March 31. 1949 has now only £160.000 to be drawn. What value is there in a report of this nature? Firstly in spite of the time lag in publication the rtport contains much useful factual information which ought to be studied and digested by all those who live in the area. Its study by politicians, journalists, writers and all who discuss the past, present or future of the West Indies would eliminate much of the loose speech and writings which today are all too frequent in the area. Not everything that the report *ays can be accepted, of course, without comment or criticism. This newspaper challenges for instance, the statement that a supply of photographic material and written material could not be obtained locally on an adequate scale to project the way of life of the West Indies to Britain. But in spite of peaalmiam. gloom and occasional comment of a nature that will provoke disagreement among many in the West Indies the report does present an overall picture of life in the Weat Indies today In a brief factual summary. Beginning with the Economic background the report has chapters on agriculture. Forestry. Fisheries, Education, Public Health. Housing. Labour, Social Welfare, Public Works. Civil Aviation and Tele-communications, Information Services and Broadcasting, and Vital Statistics. Whatever the defects of the chapters dealing with these subjects both in view of the passage of time and as to limitation of content, it is no exaggeration to state that nobody else in the Caribbean could condense in 150 pages for the price of 3/6. so much information about the area and its problems. But having said this and having praised the work of the organisation for its decade of good deeds and activities let us pose a question. What is to be the future of the Development and Welfare Organization In the West Indies? Can a body which has already had three heads and now sports a fourth in the short span of ten years; can a body whose only links of continuity are its Chief Adviser and the present acting Administrative Secretary — can such a body even in its advisory capacity do more effectively for the West Indies? The question cannot be easily answered. The West Indies would no doubt be a poorer region without the Development and Welfare Organization. But already in the space of ten years the files, reports, records, conferences, studies, discussions. ideas, thoughts and even actions of the organization have led us no further forward than this pessimistic if challenging report of Sir Hubert Ranee. Can the Development and Welfare Organization with its decade of experience and, its collection of statistics, continue to hover Socrates-like, suspended, as it were, in an aerial hammock, swinging now to the rhythm of Caribbean demands, now to the subdued insistent note of Whitehall's muffled vtice? Can it? and still serve the interest of the West Indies? One thing is certain. Pessimism is not the answer to West Indian ills. The depressing gloom of this publication must be scattered by those who are determined to see that the West Indies are not overlooked in the hard trek to greater material prosperity. cterestl of the Development and Welfare Organisation have got to be wholly identified with the interests of the West Indies if they are going effectively to advise West Indian Governments or to execute regional programmes sanctioned by federal or non-federal Caribbean Ltj laiures. At present even at the modest cost of I £56,500 (paid by the British taxpayer) it | Is doubtful whether the West Indies can hope for more than analysis or advice from a body whose efforts are none the btt appreciated by all West Indians who know the facts contained in this report. I HEY DO IT AffiAlN A1W AGAIN 0* >IIMIIM< rio-x IT IS strange how ordinary English words are sometimes misunderstood and are used to describe objects which are the \ very opposite of what the word was in| tended to convey. Directory is a word which causes an abundance of confusion in this island. Instead of guiding the reader, the Telephone Directory is a labyrinth and a maze in which the seeker after a telephone number is hopelessly lost. In his abysmal ignorance he will turn to the A's for Agricultural Department. After hunting for a considerable time he will suddenly remember that there is a depai '.ment named Science and Agriculture so he will try the S's only to find that science is not listed. Two days later he will be told by a friend that he should try the D'a for in Barbados departments are listed under n With this further instruction as his guiding star, the seeker after numbers tries to contact the Government Veterinary Officer. He searches for hours through the G's for Government and the V's and the D's and gives it up in disgust only to | be told weeks afterwards that the Government Veterinary Officer's telephone number is to be found in the P's. The Government Telephone numbers supply sufficient puzzles to tax the ingenuity of a crossword puzzle expert but they are merely on the fringe of the maze. Many visitors have heard of the Aquatic Club long before they land in Barbados, but many have failed to be able to contact friends at the club for the simple reason that it never dawned on them to look through the B's to find a name beginning with an A. As a matter of fact the B for Barbados is so popular that it is quite on the cards that in a few years' time Barbados will be able to boast of the only directory in the world which is restricted to one letter of the alphabet. When this rearrangement takes place perhaps the next word in the title will be listed in true alphabetical order and the directory will tell the seeker, without undue exertion, where to find the telephone numbers of Barbados Aquatic, Barbados Black Cat, Barbados Dairies, Barbados Electric Corporation. Barbados Lumber Merchants. Barbados Veterinary Officer, Barbados Smiths, Barbados Yacht Club and Barbados Xanadu. Now that the Telephone Company is preparing a new directory is the time to employ someone with a sense of direction to prepare a list that will be instructive and an easy guide to wanted numbers. II Ml 14 II V BARBADOS is supposed to be attempting to attract visitors to the island but it must be admitted that the efforts in this direction so far must be described as peculiar. One would have imagined that all available literature and pictorial scenes of the island would have been displayed in the few steamships which make Barbados a port of call. It is quite possible that the Publicity Committee may be sending such literature and pictorial scenes to the Steamship agents who just can't be bothered to send it off to the various ships. But even if this is so, such action is not sufficient to exonerate the Publicity Committee whose duty, if taken seriously, should not end when the literature is sent to the Steamship agents. They should make it a point to see whether the literature and pictures are being used and, If not, they ahould interview the agents and write to the principals asking for an explanation. It may be that the principals may not consider the literature And the pictures to be of a sufficiently high standard to be displayed in their ships, or it may be that their servants are too negligent to have it displayed. Whatever the reason may be it is strange that in the R.N.S. Bonaire there was copious literature and scenes depicting Trinidad. Tobago. Grenada and British Guiana but never a word or picture of Barbados. And at the Agencies in London most of the West Indian Islands, except Barbados, are fully advertised with emphasis laid on the beauty of the scenery and the charm of the climate. The French Liner "Colombie", with its potential passenger traffic has been allowed U) make its maiden voyage after being reconditioned without, it would appear, any effort of the Publicity Committee to use it as a setting for a display of advertising material telling the world the charms of Barbados. Such inaction cannot but encourage the public to ask whether the Publicity Committee are taking their duties seriously? > :; %  III Sl 111! Ill 4,1 .... CIGARETTE LIGHTERS $ CIGARETTE HOLDERS I BAIX POINT PENS j TORCHLIGHTS-BATTERIES & BULBS ^ COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY. Wm\ a* .V.V,VV/AV/,V//V 1 IV;'/.'.V>V^V>'''V''' / y-W,' •// %  •//A lira "1'U. iAKe*A v PTT£KN / ^, OF THAV. ONE*" AfCSfl FISHERMEN we have FISHING LINES9. 10. 12. 15. 18, 24. 30. 36 lbs WHITE COTTON LINES6, 9. 12. IB) 18. M. .10 thread STAINLESS STEEL WIRE— v.i .21. 23 gauge FISH HOOKS— NH 0. 7. II. 9, 10. 12. 14. 16 10 2/0 COPPER PAINT— ; (la tins and many other items to interest you. WILKINSON • %  HAVNES CO.. LTD, Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 4472 und 4687 Sitting On The Fence IK win AMI: i i.i'inii.xs •UP work* in %  CMWn* muMim factory." -NWB fri !" ..i Christmas comes but once a yea* To everyone bul mo. They eat their pud; It does them tood With Christmas cke for tea. By Boxing night iheyve seen enough Of turkey, pud and pie In Ipvaft mood I stir the pud From August to July. Wild winds of March may howl outside, Soft April ram may fall. The birds of May with love song gay Will charm the ears of all. . Of all but me In factory steam As cauldrons boll and bubble. i savage mood T stir the pud. And wish not Joy but trouble When cowslips bloom in meadow sweet Each summer brecre that blows Brings scent and smell from wood and dell To many a lucky nose; But not to mine, that sniffs naught else But rum and boiling suet . In savage mood I stir the pud, Creation as I do It. So if you eat. this Christmas time, A pud I might have made, While you. by stream, reclined to dream In drowsy woodland shade; No blessings shall attend your board7 No luck shall come your way . I stirred your pud in savage mood. And cursed vour <"*hristmBS Hay. The Lost Bone "Dog companionship Is a major factor In outwitting old age,writes Dr. Clarence W. I.n-1.. "but the nervous type of dog is nut good medicine for high-strung humans; nor Is the sad-eyed, phlegmatic type good for sad and depressed personalities." Cheer up, Rover. Oh. I'm oil right. You needn't look / can't ftelpir. It's %  miserable. V long face, nd bio eyet, and and long everything. And your wrinkled, worried brow. Yes. f know. But (had my breed, f was born with wrinkle*. V.. HI. peri tbfl kind of dog the doctor ordered. Hover. / know 7'm not. You should hare had a Uvelu. boisterous litrIV doy. alwayi barking and eatinu %  four bedroom slipper*. I dont like boisterous Mile dogs *rho tal bedroom 'Upper*. Rover. Sor do I. But then we're very murh alike. Yon also hone big eye$ and a tang. face. And long ear* too. You needn't be iiersonal. Hover. Oh. fm sorry. Hut we're much th same type, aren't we? We both surfer from melancholia, if that's what you mean. But then you don't have all my worries / have "iu worries, too. Since 1 passed die middle fifties I find my memory's going. I'm always losing things like spectacles and bank books. So am f. Don't be silly. Hover. You dont have such things I haw other Uiinoi. Lar uifl* I buried a bone But I can't remember where. I Iry and try and try. In the night I irafce thinkfuy and wondering. Oh. poor Rover Anything else? Yes. Bui we atnt go into that. Why not? We i friends, aren't araf What is it? Girl trouble? Ye*. That's a foolis'i worry. Rover. You know you can have your girl friends here for ea and biscuits any lime you like. I know. But f.iey wont come. Won't come. H ver" It's my lono. miserable face. They lauyh at il There, there, dont cry. Rover. Girls have alwU laughed at my face. too. Have they? That's why I'm a bachelor. Rover. I'm so sorry. So we have on' more thing in common. I'll buy you another bone, and when >-u bury it. we'll mark the spot with a little stick, shall we? Oh, thank you. You're so oood to me. It's nothing between friends, Rover. Diary of a Worm Flushed excited worm arrives home late to tell wife he has joined Civil Defence. Oh, so this is worm's latest trlrk to stay out late, is it? Not content with years In Home Quart, wssao wife, was left nlone in air raids while swashbuckling worm went round district armed to '."Hi irigbti-nlng neighbours and pourini! immev ..ver counters of low taverns wifh witty worm MaMI Worm has now found another excuse to show off In uniform with silly medal ribbons in front of blonde barmaids. Wifiwouldn't mind so much If puny, undersized worm didn't look such a fool in uniform three sizes too big; or if worm had brains to become chief warden like gas manager. Patriotic glut manager, who join.-d Civil Defence nt first appeal, not only has lime to manage gas but has passed all wardens exams, and is now chief instructor for whole county, mixing with Up top* and retired colonels and heads of police and Home Office What chance is there for fuddled worm to pass exams, when fuddled worm hadn't enough intelligence even to become lance,-orporai in Home Guard, while clear-headed gas manager, who never had more than two sherries before dinner, properly served at proper time by maid in white cap -mi apron, was zone commander, driving about in powerful cars with everybody calling him "sir." No doubt, of course, worm thinks of himself as hero, destined bg savi country from destruction No doubt warden worm, drunk with power, will infuriate neighbours, ordering them about ll trouble comes. Bui, as wife sees U, fuddled worm, his health ruined by selfindulgence and Irregular meals, bolted like pig at trough, his pockets emptied by cadging wonr. friends, will soon us e —as laughing slock of Civil Defence and finally be drummed out for incompetence so that wife can never hold her %  head up in worm's Avenue Again. IM'11 READERS SAY: the peopla and a world-wide what Price A Sam Lordt demand that a new spiritual To The Editor, The Advocate, purpose shall be denned in law SIR.—To be a collector of Autoand bo made the mainspring of graphs of prominent people rehuman activity can save clvllizaquires a fat pocket book to-dsy. tion from destruction, a spiritual A Bernard Shaw signature will code which will replace power fetch £25 and wUl treble if ho politics and selfish materialism is pastes. The signature of Queen not an impractical Idea ft will Victoria might fetch a pound "? mankind fr s lunch-places, should cleanof Teck, Devonshire, not forget U P_ ,. ting Stanley who found Llvlnf, Also Bridgetown cannot afford stone. loflr valuable space such as His parting words wert; "Now Trafalgar Square, if you had one of Sam Lord's I\l <-mfort and Sanitation come buv it He was some irur" r t %  "<* thl *' wt should ba V GORRINGS ,mt to * me "* — modem InAntique Sho p : £* %  *•• phon Booths etc. Now Ci it is a dreary spectacle remind.vi.u-fc. ii [^ OM oi npifuhness. Hero is n The Fdifor. Tht Advocate. m good spot for a sunstroke. SIR,—The news that an attempt Fight T.B. with Sanitation, assassination has been made upon BRIDGETOWN YOUTH.— the life if President Truman. has indeed shocked the entire Give Early Eor Xmai democratic world, but let us W • be found asleep as to the*To The Edifor. The Adiwafe hapiwning* for v*ry few people silt. Evei v year as Christmas know the truth concerning the np proaches there is a big ruan, Hr^ndi'v VJ £?£l£ iSTK Im0 t %  **W. Which IS bCwe be sure, the evils or the world ,u K— „-^I J .„ v_i .*,.. thf cruellies, rapine. 3 < n ln." ,oul "?." '" """, "" Klopread starvation and unemployed by a little work at war. all .pring from lr of a ,hi """' "' "" >"'" r : a"'' ^uce spiritual code to guide or control congestion The regular at finance, politic, and the cpmmerro eoP* wlUl U" 1 Xmas ru.n. clal and social life of the naUom.What a )oy to M only %  spiritual revival amotut anuUne to get a little help at this NOW WITH f5INTERNATIONAL PAINTS and get QUALITY with ECONOMY A PAINT FOR EACH JOB A JOB WILL DONE BY EACH IWINT. SEE US AND BE INTERNATIONAL HI I M'.V A CO.. Ill)AGENTS. ww>wv%--'*--'^*.vv.*--.'.'.--' IN SPITE OF THE RISE IN PRICK OF— WOOLLEiXS KAKLV BUYING OF LARGE STOCKS HAVE KEPT OUR PRICES DOWN '^3 I THE THRIFTY WILL SHOP NOW YOI'R CHOICE OFtime? Charity should go all out and save many a heartbreak I beg to say a word tor tha Pensioner*, that they be given their small allowance early, how can old people get around In oooReated plnoes and at th last minuta? Give early. J* REMINDER Road Danger To The Editor, The Advocate— SIR,—A short while ago I •*-. rowlv avoided an accident whei I met a man in Bridgetown rid Jng o bike and carrying a pas senger on the crossbar who "leading another ridarleaa biki .ilungside. A waak later l met a child -v a bike in DayreUs road whoa, feet could not roach the pedah and who progressed by rfcl* at them whan they read"-1 t.top of their stroke. She also bad .. child of about the same ago o her crossbar. Without the "t*TO art warning they shot out wob bling into the traffic from a 1' path. Had I not been going %  > — enough to pull up dead III couple of yards there would bs > been a nasty meat. la not this sort ot trick RfbQ, in town trail.e "driving tO Uu common dangur". And would Ot the driver of a notor car bo proaecuted if he canted a pneenger so.ted between hlmsel: and tt:, Btaa r tag wheel and holding on to it to keep himself In thnt potion? I understand that the carrying Of passengers "n 'he crossbars of bikes was only allowed during (he war reara owing to the Bearcats of transport. But i> there any reason why flve years afler the war, with the volum Of traffic now on the roads, them lecklces people sl.jmld be enown and i; j : Kff, -V i'o WORSTED. FLANNELS, TROPICALS, GABERDINES, | TWEEDS & DOESKINS DA COSTA &. CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. v///////.'.V.V.VA.W.',v/////,w/////.W,V////A'^ YOU GET ALL THE FINEST AT GODDARD'S THE FINEST FOODS AT GODDARD'S RESTAURANT AND OF COURSE THE FINEST RUM. GODDARD'S m nm RUM.



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_ PACE TFS SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, NOVKMBtR Trinidad Schoolg Get Holiday For iNe* Dogma (V*Mi O* Ova Cr>M>i4iU PORT-OF-SPA1N. Nov 3. Trinidad Joined lh? rest of the world yesterday in roiolcina ov*i tba Definition of th* Assumption of Our Blessed Lady as a Dogma of Catholic Faith wi-ich was proclasrned by the Holv Father. From •orly mornina there were service* In every Catholic church, and nil schools were given a holiday in mark the occasion. At noon all Catholic churches throughout the colony rang their bells as part of the celebrations Conditions For J>g.Co.M<'inlWsliii) PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov. 3 It was decided at a meeting hell last night in Port-of-Spain thnt member*, ot the Municipality could also sit on the Laudative and Executive Councils, once ihc> did not hold Ministerial posts. It Government accepts tho Council's views the Hon. Raymond Qucvedo. Hon. Aubrey James and Hon Ranjit Kumar would ngal" be able to sit as Councillor* The Hon. Norman Tang. Minister of Health and Local Government would be debarred In an. case on .-count of his Ministcritil powers. Hon. Tang was Mayor of Port-of-Spaln He was present at the meeting a* a listener. %445 Snatcher Caught By Police Patrol Car 'From Oui Own Corraapon PORT-or-SPAIN. Nov. 1. A i.diiiig J445 snatch and run raid s.t-rday from Barclays Bank, I'C -of-Spain was foiled by a p*. . r4 oar ifter an unidentiil.'.i man a) thi Union Club, Fort-of Spain, hrd con;.i. The victim wa Corade Henaud. who had gone to the bank to make %  deposit for his employers. Qreeii Coconu. BJI At the time of the uuttch he was making his way from the Tellers case to a table neaiii> to check, when a man of the tank Shouta of -thief came from Itcnaud who gave chase and was Joined by others. The patrol car sorm caught up with tinman, und the money was recovered. He is lepoitwl to be a native of Mont.*'rrtuV "Healer" Gaoled %  Prom our t_nn> Conp>iionitili PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov 3 James tiraj ham of Coora. Sangrc Qrinda was sentenced to 30 days imprisonment for pretandmg to all persona that h* waa A healer who had come train British Guiana to attenj to sick persons tn Trinklad. He gave his name aa "Daddy" Trmn each oi trie six persona he received 48 tents and .. full grown rooster Another victim was a woman at Turure. He sent bar huaband to buy some incanae and when he returned he found Grayham assaulting his wife. HARBOUR LOG ID Carli.lt Bay Sen. I lairi*t Whiiijach E.i.u.ru, >*. s*h i„ .i.i,... aea Lorhtavai S. Bert Msr*a Hrnndta. ttetl CJttl K SinWt. Sen. Mr> M U. SCH Moll* N JonM. MV Darrwood. BOI France W S ml 111. Sell Mndly New Course Honours Lord M ililin. Plane With 48 Still Missing *y ABirfUJ S<* W l. EuniclS. SS ton. J—tp*. from DomlfUn sch cioudla a SI torn %  'ii..h QQasaa Kelt Gardenia W U t,.,. WallK*. .„m Trkiidad i>r*rt asBch. PhyBU Btwh, S| ion, MjQMllktn. tor SI. Vincent C.HENOBLE. Nov. 4. A French official said today "hope Is running out" of finding the Air India Constellation plane missing in the Alps with 48 people on board The orncial gave thiInformation at Albertvi 11 Savoy centre of the search from the ""Tench side IIIMW MORGANLONDON. Nov. 4 Cas>i The memory of the late Lord Mlldmay the ireatest amate.ji *** n oi II new atseplechasf ~* JiT ISTJtl "~T-".T TZ? ..,, ...ar>..,Ai„, r hc 1 ^.O.U. i ^.".^jr^VlSd *S i ...... *S a %  mou Clrend Nallonal |, n „ ,,. „ go-milr an rcur ala> b — C "" Th %  *** """I"* MtM raid , h ,i r eelllna leas ihun 1.000 & ESS J'..."~" %  afford horses a chanee of vln i, I i.„ THn",Jii"'"" ""c "" " hccomlni "Amirer cmdM,' MV_ 1'anMiai, ciialirnaar j.na ian. the nc track hriiTf constructed Several ground t-etch paraes Cai.t Claikp. Canada Ship, lii Touch With Barbadoi Coaal Station Itltitual' IfW r..l lowing Hill* Barbados CoaM Slalioti S S Canadian Cruln-f. M.S Lad. HMn*y. S S Dragon. S 9 I SfonliwtM. S S EuacnroUu s | Nir.t M a a i % %  Spa.iia. Ii SMial Maad. Vrslu. s s i Iw ISfhlvhrai. It tiawoTty. 111* r, S % %  Mi-i m nound the central enclosure Insignalled back to base by walkie side the National course 'alkie -adio that they were giving —Rruter. "P be-a use heavy snow and wind made their Job impossible I'nli<'.' Mr.llL I Irs P uaenda of weary troops, I OIK < I>rt UK Up police and guides plunged into ^-. • •• %  bliJJarda to renew the search Upeif Air McvUntL > %  *WltPia and heUcoplors ^ '•<"" two French airfield* helped ROME. Nov. 4. ''.V^ '""*. w Uwr tondiUorrs Jeep-bonw police squads aimf" d 0, l Kr •""" %  ,wn standing ed with batons broke up an opt,, '"TK/T,^ y nd '£&. Blr meeUim Q f iialian war ve ^ hr l "'* t VJa believed to er.nTX're t f o-day "whin "*> fc <7*£ '"SUSFMI peace penlsans' Invaded the JSSt It was b Za t,r B?,"? scene shouting anti-wa. slogens BSIrVSthWtfia Srn^ I'oUce arrested 10 people and *nd a crew of eight. !" i5i lh i "** f 'n't-owiinunisl Anxious radio calls wer* made Triimtlll r.lilfir Tn 5Don lor * * %  * !'" %  ' %  moveall night from Lyons and Grenoble 1 rlllliail UOIHK I O ment which had been hoisted on but there was no answer from me ,_ _, the balcony over ooklng the airliner Malabar Princess. PliertO KieO Square where veterans were An American transport u.ant meeting. trashed on an Alpine glacier oiiCixmi Our Own Corrnpondsnt> The veterans were celebrating November 20, 1946 and all 12 ocPORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov. 3 November 4, a national holiday cupanta were saved. But searchcri for the "Malabar PriiCMa" said weather co/idi lions were much better then The French newspaper "Aarore* %  aid: "One dares not imagine cud of the airliner with Ita British pilot desperately trying to land hoping against hope Monks here fear thai the thick an Id make it impossible to Mnd Mr J liaumgarten. told presskept in Italy as "Armed Forces men in Trinidad on Friday that he Dey" to mark the Italian victory vas the only passenger who had over Austro-Hungarian forces in oeen able to get out of his hotel in J*i* %  L ,h •"<* ot the Firs; Puert. Ricj under i M vy polivo Worl* War. escort Attendants at various hotels had deserted and visitors had to prepare their own meal* Transport to the airport was not .vaiiuble He fiirher revealed that the Hots* Carlb Hilton at which he was staying had reservations for Mrs. Truman, wife of President Truman and bar daughter, who were expected to arrive there on November 11. On reech-K<-"'-r Franco Hailed ByCheeringCrowds a SSff l eS i S Saint the 33 old British pilot of :hAir Chief I'"l' (-""'" '*llation nu . f State drove through cheering ho A P V"!*. look n ^ rr ,,K l ,t ing the airport at Puerto Rico, bo Madrid crowds to-day on his re" ,or ,hp I" 1 le * 'he-BomhayMADRID. Nov. 4. Itvneral Franco, Spanish Chief said he was Informed by the emturn from ployees that the plot ii.) the iilrport hod tv i MrvefeeT As do,t pi M " %  : and the Canary "" ,K a'rport here. He ni. Fai Protest Against Taxation HeUsgataJunior Steel Band pending: the streeta of St. John s this morning carried a placarj annoMnringj a demonstration at I o'clock to-day In protest agains.: the proapoeed Increased taxation British Medical Adviser Visiting Trinidad PORT-OF-&PA1N, Nov 3. The Hon. Norman Tung, Mm( stci of Health in Trinidad has YJ'^AZ*"^' JSUSTEL TS 1 reported that Dr. D. W. Priddle, l *^"£l. and rev,cw ^ the Span Medica.1 Adviser to Mr j d ni.-. Griffiths. Secretary ..f State tor Colonies, is due to arrive if Tnmdad un Novembei 13 far a stay of ten days. The idea of tho trip is that by an on-the-spot exnmination of conditions In the territories, he could become bolter informed to answer questions in rariiAmaat , j,. Spanish Africa J%Z\ near ^^"h ^ ~ -S-S ^ ^bJS! ^h H S irr. ,, rranco'm d th.^a1; ?>• ^^-ed cA way, Ue independencia where he was l G t ,e y''.^ n ST? > ~". raw-iv.-d by the Corporation ani u who had brought It from Hum-! the Mayor of Madrid. "•'•. Wurkert and school children had s ml w known as one of the all been given holiday, and huge company's most experienced pilot* % %  lowda lined Madrid's beflagged He kMW the region well and main streets to greet "El Caudllonly rour weeks ago had made a lo" standing in his open car. perfect landing despite dense tog. During his tour the General Ho h "< 1 rtl a > nrrt contact with tine! visited Spams Sahara colonGeneva at five a-m. yesterday each of the seven Canar/ mornliiR. and had been kept continuously posted with weather conditions During the morning the plane asked for further briefing on atmospheric conditions. Last contact was made about 10 40 a.m. after which nothing more was heard. —K eater. "iSjhvooiD? ill W" >— •" • %  • *•••. ••• "aad l ur a n aaw aa na, a atnu a 7** %  • a. ptaa af aTa. iba r-aaoa %  iha| vi I at Waai vr* aaaa M a COIUM u 'Saaakapa' aa. aaia aa aJ a*aa Nero Toaa: Paaa. %  taaaaMjai' oaaa~* %  0<"i aaa. M> Oaaa Mini >illII aaal aad aa. aa. aaa a. (ja aar^taaaaa Safe a. S i 'SA\AT take deciaion that may affect i ram Crashes Into Lorry tho llTOs ot* everyosse In this I.IEGE. Nov. 3 country Appointed to a apodal A train slid^ right through into Beauty, you lifted tip my sleeping eyes, & And filled my heart with longing with a look," JOHN MASEFIELD <%%*7!t^ SCHOOL RESULTS LONDON gaarmament rnmiallt aa by the \***l ** tJf^t'SSS School dealu In the Isle or OovcmmaM, Ibalr taak la lo ',£''2^1 "*t i!l c,rrlM Blr. CambrldBC&hln-. arc lo build up tha ajagnai of tba be made two Tnchet blager. be. raaaalve EaUOO.OOQ.000 Raannaeause improved school meals have ment Programma Their namea ..,, of blRgei have Daan kapt a But lhar found him still in hi. clola aacrat ,,t_nrmlr tuipended belween —Keater. au • ~ Mothers trust iimotts fOJM MilKf Remember, when you buy milk, that babies and children need the b,.i. Ask lor KLIM, and until reatricliooj are eased, uae care. ":::';;'. fully the KLIM rm c ga an. \ th -, VagV BC*MI, tna siil ffw m j MIT.CHSH tit VEND ft Like a happy memory, the haunting fragrance of Mltcham Lavender brlnji English countryside to Barbados riglnally made by Potter & Moore n their Mltcham Distillery two hundred yean ago, Mltcham Lavender hat ever since boon dedicated to Beauty the World over. LAV EN DEB. WATER TALCUM POWCXft TOILST SOAP SHAVING SOAP BR.ILLIANTINE FROZEN BRILllANTlNE AFTER.-SHAVE LOTION These /100 are winner*! they're wa li able they're cHM-r-rr-i-lint they're niuuey-Buvera 0Q' w^ Thank* to Tootal faa nn now HL.IHUUU %  Imiinv el rn.ir.lr-l.uiU.nK lieat far b-d CM.) i| J(1 y.iu BVSf -ti^lr.l ; lln of Utlinn notnl luofci ;-..-. . They wash. IMUI* . %  rta na w (ullv hlif.) mi MlKM loRMlvr. %  iIni assBksd -ilh .*.|Liir.


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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER S, 195* SCNTlAY ADVOCATE p\r.r nrvEV Cable Ship Visits *a ship "Bam "" arrived nl Barbados on Friday evening u hours after for Ti TheJ*m' .iW here U... dn\ berore fro Jamaica afte effecting j rep,, CHOIR ROYS %  | he COBS'. %  Ma ship it port overnight day to repair u : %  for Ihe \V ai s Lucia ii will be that Kit-. >hip was among the first Ihlpi !<• nrrive at St. Lucia -vith food and clothing from Barbados after ihc Castries (Ire ID June. I. 11)48 Schooners Bring Fresh Fruit of fresh frull ire ii ... UM jCtkUOIMH IM i o(hai V..-; I Tte 48 denu '.. % %  In port yi djachai t, VS h mill b ii broucbl from %  Oni raptali told tha "Adi ocati i orange-. Krapetrurt. pears, bananas .in then reaching ihe peak i>r theti Maaon bi i ma oi b Lands. He beM would bo gelling :i |Ood supply of fruit for Christmas. The *GardaDil W also brought cedar board*, cylinders of gas and household effects for Barbados The schooner "Cloudia S" another arrival on Friday evening, brought 313 bags of charcoal and 70 tons of flrev.ood from British Guiaiie TWO CUOlliaTERB -One of Caro OUT* % % %  ilk exhibited at the Museum. painting* which axe now Scouts Learn Lesson "Rodney" Coming Th.-Lady Rodney" If expected lo nrrive al Barbados between November 8 and 0. Henn Oardiner Austin It Co., Ltd told Ihe -Advocate' .yesterday. The -Rodney" Is coming from South and will be sailing on from Barbados vl_ the British Northern Islands for Canada $50 FINE FOR 2 CENTS PROFIT ,F 1-!?^ 0 •* %  COTMPM*"!) PORT-OF-SPA1N, Nov. 3 Ham Blssoon. an Eastern market Vendor in Port-of-Spaln had to pay $50 One for selling one half pound of tomatoes for 12 cents instead of 10 cents. Tiiv Scouts and Hovers of tho St. Luke's (98th B'dosj with members of the Old Scholars' Association made another effort to augment their funds on Thursday night. 26lh October, when, through the courtesy of Col. R. T. Michclin. Commissioner of Police the Police Band under Capt Ration, O.B.E., A.K.C.M., delighted a large audience with a musical and dramatic concert. Much (.raise is due, among others, to Cpl. Beat for his skill —vocal, manipulative and physical— :>. from him the Scouts and Rove ave lc..rnt that "Prison" is %  at name for "Hell", and wer. .mad to be careful and con: .jte re their choice of tha fair t 'x—two down-hill roads —hence an encouragement to them to be an example to others. ST. THOMAS' LOCAL ASSOCIATION The Annual General Meeting of the St. Thomas' Local Association was held at the Holy Innocents* Boys' School at 7.45 p m. SAILORS IN POUT FRENCH SAILORS and Senegalese women -on* of Caro GUI's ing. now balag axhiblled .. th. Barbados Museum. on Monday. 16th October, through the courtesy of the Rev. P. Q. Hall. Chairman of the Board of Managers The President of the Association, Col. A H. C, Campbell took the chair. The meeting was opened with prayer by the D.C., after which the minutes of the previous ani.ual general meeting were read nnd confirmed. Then followed the D.C's ifpoit which showed that there was a marked Increase In the quality und variety of Scouting activities in the parish. In spite of a slight decrease In the numerical strength Tins m followed by the presentation and adoption of the Treasurer's Statement. In the election of office bearers which took place next, the following officers were re-elected lolonel A. H. C. Cumpbell < President); Mr. J A. M.. 1m a ,„. t ruewiay 17Ul. hxirucls from the Island Commissioner's Report Mrs o. H. Adams has bee elected lhainnan w l Uw Loci 1 tton. Mrs Adami was very keen member of Is". Barbs e>os Gume Coy MM we are please io welcome her back Into th Movement. The World Conference Mrs (Jilbert. the Colony Commissioner of Trinidad, represented us a t the 13th World Conference which was held at Oxford thi summer. Hj;IH:,l'l bf SOO mwch wumm. •P-ag r w|fci. f TW daaai fJMgtBgas to be ireaud. especuJW ai lugbi nas. bf (tie oV hgktfully aorseaiogskiBPeaaadr Pnrol nd 6nally powdered mub •• %  rot powder. MACLEANS keeps ^flSISIflll and healthy S>lliaSSaa5)!l TOOTH PASTE PUROL.tnd PUROLPOVDER 4.JJ). Mmi 4i4U ,. B1 Weaiern Hemisphere Committee Tha Island Commiaaione,has iwn re-elected a member for 2 yea -s of the Sub-Committee of the n stern' asasaliuhara f *"-^m Utaa Mrs (..lu-rt of Trinidad and Mr* fa.quharson of Jamaica are the 1'iher British representative* on this Committee, whose Head-: quartern are In New York. Campinf The total number of campers tor the year was 115 Guides and Hungers and IS Gdlders. This waa a great improvement as last year only 48 camped. The (iirl Gulden Fair The Fair this year, which we> held at the Drill Hall, was a re!" --. ,Iie amo '"i l realised being $2621.01 (£546 0s 10|) Pax Hill Pax Hill to date has cost $12,533 73 of which $1440.00 (£300) was urJIT"'" '£ m D^lopment and Welfare To raise this sum has meant 5 years of hard work: but the Guides have foUowed the Founder's advice "Do not beg for money, earn it." Lad.v O'Brien, who started th. Girl Guides Association In 1918 has very kindly sent us a present of some of our Pounder's tnimltabaa atotanaa Some of these are lo be framed for Pax Hill Much fish Caught A total of 1.757 pounds of .ream was marketed at the Olstin Fish Market during the past week. This, the Advocate wainformed, was the largest catch "f bream to be marketed at Olstin within a week. Fishermen from the Oistln urea have ulso been making small catches of flying fish during last week They are hoping that the season will be In full swing around the end of November HMtit'S UOB>i\U mm rot H FMMEWORKS ii #//# i tt.wvr rf .-V And after the fun u over for the night relax, and cool off with a shower and a rub with LIMACOL. Even if you're very tired you'll find your spirits will soar like a sky-rocket when that refreshing coolness steals over you. making you tingle all over with new life and energy. k. Enjoy the freshness of LIMACOL at all limes of the day. It is useful in dozens of ways. That's why it is called "the perfect toilet lotion of the Caribbean." Remember LIMACOL is obtainable in both large and small siaas. plain or mentholated. LIMACOL "Thf I''i MSUMM at a #/•••=#• in a Until-" >*•* \ Hi/'""' '.Id.Xffvnls I Shop for th,' i ,.„,,„,, iftmttmmt . AT N. E. WILSON & CO. SWAN STREET. and f/tii/B I'irtoru -**#• thi* High tout o/ BJrina. #aoooao o a*> aooaK.^^



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PAGF TWTIA I SI\I1\Y ADVOCATE SCNDAX. NOVEMBER 5. 1S Ranee Report Outlines Difficulties Facing West Indies Little Room For Optimism FKUKHATION may no b for %  considerable lime it* come. m Sir Hubert Kan e in a reporl or. Development and Welfare in the West In lies, published today. Though the West Indie: stretch over as wide a distance on the e.ii in's .surface M es between the Hebrides and Cyprus %  a fact that, in il elf. makes the way to Federation hard—they du nune il I less unmistakably constitute MJ •the report content rate on utility goods, MH h • M fluoi-miu. sim-bllim* j.i.rl light lUOJIaW for thr loral m.irket. tij gt-lher with such fane They lie amul thr Americas In the same part af still inadequate, shipping services that join tnem to the United Kingdom will DormaUy diu-harg*and collect caret, and passengers. on each round trip, not at one West Indian port alone but .il several. The tourist who comes bv tea or air Trom the Uniteo States or Canada expect-(toi opttmisticalK) to pass from one Colony to another, if he so wishes, with lew n no offlrtul formalities or other hindrance; anr to be able to use the same currency in whatever Colony he find* himself. The islands > or leas the same climate and an afflicted with the same diseases, whether of man or of crops Their Inhabitants are predominantly of the same basic stock, and Usl great majority of them speak—If with considerable variations—the same language. Their produce 'h primarily agricultural—with sugar in the foremost place in most of them. They suffer almost universally from overpopulation an I consequent under-employment The ti-ixirt points out the Cost of the organisation whose headquarters is at Huttings House. Barbados. Approved estimates foi the (Inanclal year IMS—1950 which do not Include the salaries of on* Assistant Adviser and the ConSUlUOfl Kngmee-. and do include services to the Standing Closer AssoriaiH aud lh Caribbean Commission—bodies of which the Hnyal Commission had no ken—amount to £56.500. none of which, incidentally, is paid either from West Indian funds or from the West Indian :.luxations from Development and Welfare funds. Four Snags The report lists four basic difficulties. Although numrr.u' -igns of surressful nroduiti>i* have induced a new hopefulness in the West Indies which Is in wholesome contrast to the upa(h\ and the "crisis mental)'." characteristic of the inter-war year.;. It would be folly to Dor* the %  rowing seriousness of the Mate difficulties of tha i ation that have been brought Inl i high relief since the devaluation "f the pound sterling, but we. • in no real sense caused therci. These difficulties have been: — (1) the inevr ... ing pressure of a rale ul r putntinn growth which always tbrailcnita** tig. excee••> "" % %  ecrned at the inadequate jute-. of pay that have been offered ll lervanU in the pal Ud in most cases, they have the reeornrnei di ,>f their several Civr Commissions with regard to salary increases. It ever, .. vaW trttkdam that u %  problem hat, been tackled WHS from the point of view of deter mining what salaries Hover' ments, as responsible employei should pay; little eosisuserathm has been given to the related %  Miquiry into the organization of government departments with a view to the best utilization of sUff and the possibilities of achieving the same results at lower cost. In these matters, the additional cost of a few highly specialized appointments Is a negligible nnanei.ii burden compared with that ol the large numbers in other grades. Unfortunately, rising prices ,, September, 1949, following M revaluation of the pound, have ade It exceedingly difficult even : i increases of induct ixation to assist the budgets. On I'.e contrary, it ha • xcept in the poorer Colonies 10 -.1st measures of subsidization, ineffective they may be t the per lapita amounts which cal resources permit. Income lax administration ha* idoubtedly made 001 %  ere in ran lout divet*j i g returns relating to dirk-rent ( DtoBlaa which suggest that a -core uniform standard of ctl'uieney in collection would yield iddltlonal rrrtOUg. Statistics of %  n.nne tax i-i-'^mriil Ivvc ii"l ) itherto been eolleeled on a uni'tm basis In the area, aud data re not available for I detailed lalytls by income groups Income Tax I'n.Msional estimate* px IMS for the whole of the British Caribbean territories will give the generul picture, hi that year, 45,000 individuals wcro assessed for income taxthey returned a gross income of SIL'U.lKlll.lMKI 11( W I I .if which $64,000,000 was assessed as chargeable income; and on tinsum $13,000,000 was collected as tax. In addition, panics (including Building SOCK ties) returned %  gross income of jca.owi.oon. .f which $%  '..OOQ.UOO i chargeable income and $23,000,000 eatssssaad M tax, At the present time. II seems] unlikely that any considerable) addition* to revenue are likely to arise except through further increases in the prices of primThe piomlsing Jamaica trade ary prod < .• cd pro'"•*< was developing with I'.ilain is menaced by the series % %  <>f population is emw ru< h basl pannattad \l.v bwiss and Italian bads U undar-eut it. ir msssslili in uiaaiui H"elj lo quasi upon the West Indian sttuainair ahilitt to Hisd oyerataj aIkai without reaUaing the ae•*• *•>' l,u 1 >P uf "'P* Ttl Insplii %  i the excessive rate of population growth The total popula40 per cent in M (lpil w nt ^ „ vrtinood years. This very rapid rate of increase Is not typical of Vllal Statistics I ssmraj MM and was vital statistics show that popperiod illation in baibados is not increasing as rapidly as it is in other reighbouiiiig terrtl A. tinend of IH4B. the popune British West Indian .stands—excluding the liaha r which no census has been taken %  .. ludlsuj the nland lerritorte* of Brl%  I i qdfnsYtote 3.0^3.000 The 'in*' area •upportlrtg this population Is 106,172 up,.... i .:, %  dtnsJt) nt population %  ver its wholia extent Is thus 28 5 per square mile Uns . M HI % %  ound in the .ii. 'larbados with a very' high flgi if 1,221 person> per SQUI it the oth< r. British Gulann %  2S% of the toul and area and a population of only 1.5 persons per square mile The Hate figures' ana: Wmdsrard fj i ands, 326 i>er square mile, I'rinidiiil and TatWfl aaniaica and l>pei..le; %  %  ward Islands 268: and Bn%  .-h Honduras. 7^ Betwael in, .the islands, which have only • 62% of the total land an am 84 Mf. of UK During tha yaan 1U46-48. the, %  %  ..' of ths res i 1 185.210 persons or %  ppfOXi* %  .itely 62.000 per annum the ..cvalent of an anhual rale of {%% TTtnldad and Tobago Bi .. Hoiutn: i and British Guiana m rate uf inthan the average for the ea: Jamaica. Barbados, and the %  faBdward l-lands are a little be! Elastoplast FIRST AID DRESSING So comfortsbMt . .*• famoiM drMnngi ansl> mi to work and pSty 'th complsts frasdoi n of ma ssfsty'i ssks My Ehntoptost'" ItaiTIC COMfOKTAlU A VAtHTY OF Hair getting thin ? Picture yourself in ten ynh 11 Baldness is hound to overtake you tiles* you do something to .(op ialli ng hiif ^nw. Andyou run do something lo stop it I lair falls out because it is starved oi I. . • .iiM-d of the Hi in; d foods on HlM vlMknnmakcsup the deficiency—gels your hair" growing and thriving again. I -c fur, Mhik'in in severe cases of dandruir and thinning hair. Ai a daily dressing use SihikrinllairT. or. f.r dry heads, the Silvikrin Ha Tonic Lotion with Oi Mr III HUH ItANCI, grave threat lo ihe sootsOBlk prngies-. ,r the region, as it in.piles that, for some decad. to come, the gains resultini: from normal development will "ibod by additional population, making further Improvements of material standards exceedingly difficult. There Is, of course, no simple solution of this problem, which rrlses. In the short term. tha decline in the rates of Infant mortality combined with high birth rates Only the i mcnl of more closelyknit standards of family living. and the slow development of economic and cultural standards. enn make much ImpnIn the meantime, even lest rained ing ihe ewHH lias of the British %  Caribbean region must pay j due n-gai'l '," thO threat of ii itlon growth that will • In aeonomlc progress. The dsBtCUlty "f finding markets %  r Weal Imiian local products II id bfUISS Uuiaim iiTilnli HumluindncHn nidod a T.-luno %  ud Iir-ewfrnii -li'l B. 0>lr l UlanU Oanvra v>'-*o-y>'-'i.'V'*'**v* > ^se ONS1STENT WITH THEIR POLICY V./F CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT, the I\|EW I 0>M LL PRODUCED BY FORD OF DAGENHAM, SUPERSEDES ALL EXPECTATIONS. U WILL HAVE THE PLEASURE OF SEEING THIS LUXURY CAR IN THE NEAR FUTURE & GO. LTD. These Prices Cannot Be Repeated Hed-SprrucK vcr> largi jilM S7.R mch ladies' Collon Vr.-ls, 2 for .... M.IKI Cotton PanlifH, 2 tor I.W Rayon PniYliov. 2 pairs 1.20 „ Silk Pantirs. per pair . .7* Nj ions BtochSkft. p*fl pair LH H>K 0BNT8 Pin strip,Twccdi ttH & $3.16 yd. I t the five years f am 1MI '" 25. death rates be"ow 20 per ousand wn an Pwtnty yean tar. only one tortitory. untlah ".induras. had a death rsftO M Hh as 20 per thousand. In the ears 1MB—48. all dcalh rates "era belo* SO per thousand wltht it exception. There has been a d The sooner you lako Phcnsic. ihe sooner you'll feel better, lor Phensic's quick, safe action will bring relief, lift away pain-caused fatigue, and remove weariness in a matter of minutes. Phensic neither harms the heart, nor upseis the stomach, lie prepared for pain — keep a supply ot" Phensic handy. 'Just take" Jablets A Ph MODEL STORE— DIAL MM Comer Broad and Tudor Streets WWW> M V l lI I IHWI WIIH t 1 1 1 {. WA.-.V.'. I IWWA.'.'MIV ensic for quick, safe relief FROM HEADACHES, RHEUMATIC PAINS,LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS, NEURALGIA, FLU, COLDS CHILLS ISBBSBBBBBBBBBBSBBfll 6-voft Rodio -ii Cowcdng all —~ ^^ajt*** MS rjopkaJ u -tlna MBSSa at NT Ineo to ind ova I Aak fac a a demonstntton far wortf.wM> | •* %  A/io in J-oW aUKic OIK) for ACOC %  THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS tm&LNlHC THE C£NfAl OtCrW CO. ITD.. Of BKUHD



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SUM>*Y. VOV EMBER 5. 14) HENRY SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE TIIIRTrEN BY CARL ANDFRSON VOU C2CV\TL-S S%  *=.-'-.-* %  Cli %  MI A FAVOa ,,—= %  NOVM T XT • 'VC Ntsf9 A % ._ \V\-N B* N3 ~C?Z AW ^i MT ...* ^_. SEE A\* IT MiT -r-AN*.^: T# BEEN A LOVELY Vl5lT... 3jI —-\H< 1 LI33 HAJTO T5 SKAS^S Gordon's • a good sign•••anyfimef This black and yellow sign over our door means we have met Caterpillar Tractor Co.'s high requirements as to business integrity, knowledge of the equipment field and the resources to establish and manage the standout equipment concern in this territory. Selling, servicing and other details of our business are handled to make and keep customer-;. "Caterpillar" owners expect and get this kind of service. II IM 1114 Mil* A SIHVIII I mi I I IK Tweodside Rd., Si. Michael, Phon 4629 & 4371 WE'RE OPOI/D TO ShOW IT It It I \ K ^GEft BEER A WD % & & *& fit* ** O. > I Kibs u BEER WITH A SMILE JEFFREY'S 00FFFR TWELVE XTBRAt'TIVE FRMt'ES (1) A rrtum ticket u. Trinidad by Tlanr with three ift*a< Hotel accommodation at 17.00 pet day a*d entertainment to lunch by JP.FFRKY'H a ...... %  I Agent. <*) One ll) New Raleigh Three-Speed Bicycle -QmUTt Model IS) One (I) New Raleigh Bicycle— I-adys Model ^^ (4) One (I) New Raleigh Blcjcle— Boy' Modrl (5) One (I) New Raleigh Bicycle—Girl's Model. (6) One III Caae OROCSJ uin.t — containing 1Z bottler* 111 One (I) Box 'FOUR COWS' 1 nndenaed Milk—containing 41 x Mot. Urn. <1) One (1) Box 'SELECT* Brand I'owdered Milk-eonUliiIng 24 x I lb Una. (• Two iZi Itcketa .i Cilobe Theatre covering FREE admittance tor one year. llOl l ..in < ICarton* JEFFREY'S Beer—containing 24 bottle, each III) lour 14) Cartons JEFFREY'S Stout-containing 24 bottlei ....l. lit) Two (Z| It...--. JEFFREY'S Iteuhle Scotch Air and T.. (•) Boxea JEFFREYS Strong Ale. Wrni • nn •.< .. m MOM >•< iiirilii iTOtrf ran in' -ion" -tii *• %  >*' i. *">m ihii m i u • %  The condition* on v.mh I'ri/ro ore to be awarded are A* folio WO : For every SIX tut rillHVIII I H and/or ROOT CAM produced to the AienU, Messrs. s P. Mnason Son A Co. Ltd., Broad Btf—j a numbered receipt ulll txliven, the rounter part of which will be retained .*.nd plircd In a Sealed Box In your pretence. On Frld*>, VII, O.rmlici |'Ml the Seal of the Box will be broken In the presence of partlea concerned and luciiU Imir number* ulll be withdrawn (mm tinBo\ it random ThU will be done only for the purpose of elimination. The holder-, of these twenty-four number* will be MtMl aCo 'a Office at t.OU p m on Wednesday of the following H cek %  ronUlnera Riled with IEFFREYS tap* The Hot I'rlfc ulll be awarded to the person (one or the twenty-four) estimating the exact weight to the nearest ounce of container* ullh Capo or the neareal weight thereto. The other Eleven Prlre* ulll he %  warded In Uielr respective % %  a—Heal afdJMI .md in the MoM asas-, mul come to Mmc. S. P. Mutton. Son rKe their -Ulll In Judging the weight of run Bums or QIAI.ITV ov HALT, imrwmi JEFFREY'S MeV#VWcV^VV>**VV!eVeVe^^ WS.'SsVS.'SSS*.::V-.



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PACE FOURTEEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1* CLASSIFIED ADS. TtLCMONE 2SOR DOED in Dell* NkhMl %  fOBAM Yr.urdav WIN FITZGERAID l.t. CMtfOll at M > Cave Shepl Ihi.' Th* lunr.al * a x "* %  • — %  *Mh PIMMi Bf* %  %  Bran" %  a I.N MEMORIAM In to. In* ." ">>> ol our deer deperti mttr M molhe. BBWY1. BI-ACKMA1 OB h*w M** Ihe picture M'-o brin*. M> "• •-*"* Of has l so calm -nd sarnie A. she i her coffin ley Of he. hand. o lr— toldod O'er ha* told and il*m Brwn And in* ' are al reel liter rmi#mbil by •a Clan Blackmail .hu-b-nd'. Rector %  uarkman % % %  %  !! modaro Convonimroi 'U Badrowma Unan CUIkrry. 1 nunutaa walk from ( and CUT Phono •!•-. ITIIIH SALES AUCTION BV public Aucllon al my orlWo M >aMK l-r.., I will MM on Tuaoday r. m \ iho >lh Nov m I o'chpak. 1IJW S t* la* of land PI Haw-fa Gap ad.FH Mr Ajar-Hi prupawtP Ala* .5M • %  "• '*• ' lsnd %  to.'.Haw* lal'i any Man< BMiacuUaa apply W DAI., A. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER find". RorktPT Maw Boon U.i M, W II Allao < €awf*Hod. i Mlo> Uorrlaon• %  M Tlll i.lr i*ai IUKSOAV •<• Ba-vorl TlllllWnA' ..I/Aval T111AV CollvaMaw Noca THURSDAY n -Mr A P Saw*'..HocK Dui.d.i, Cao Hill BRANKKR. TIOTMAN CO. Aurllaarrr a II aft i UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER tAaaadju TIB hi P< %  < M i* r and H B J li Cda I -oil tfco'r rtimiior* MunW i. %  wa> > Quill*m t LABOR DOUBLX BEDStOoM in. Baa run -aard. Haaaa—Mai tarf. aauaai a? tww aaMiriiiaai parlorraai Apply P Hawaii, CaauarUaa Caul) Talaphona tapl '' —l" "NCTHAH!* Ctuia Coaai. PumWftad. w t draoaw. Watar mill aupply Liahtinc Pan Oaiaalo Claraa*. 1 aarvaM — rrom Notrmbar I ftain..nni Air. CaaftBi Cav to llinnid I-bla I'iniftbi. Tali B l | ..0. Card Toblo. Laqwoi M TOP P*aa Barwarr Phai. Tablaa Barprr* Arm Chair. p^pfc pSalvaa all in MH"M" HPtlB Char.. IM C-ahiar-: CabmH Boo" ihalvai Tbla and Chair, patniad Olaaa and China Braaklaai ami Tr. Ill %  WMMPJlHOMB~ -dmuala at Harllntf on the aaa aid* Tha bouaa rdaln: .li a in* dlninftT and braaklaM looma. ni^room.. and alt eonvHilancoi Appl lo Man.ioi> Houar. Uearona Road 1 II aft-ftn .In, Clink -K| Tab)* Lamp. HT aid. Taftla %  ood milllli* Bao Dnuftli wd and Pprlng Don' Sloop Ma* Mn" no*. Cfcaat ol Daawat' iig Tablo all in Mati Simla Iron Badattadi and bada: P%. IHr. h|0| Chi AUTOMOTIVE TBJCLAWWY -On Haatlnfi main Boart Tbr*a badrooma **ri wllh runnlni wain uaual public room* BUnphrW wo badroonu. ninninf walor. dining and .Ullna maim nunan'a lor a fouplo. rlaan cool and qtilal Phono JMI II Pft—'ii Tor H.AT Hoacli. lloalliwjB .i.-l iiii.ia Roi ,M. On* Willy. A'aldtna Dtp! Mud (iaiacr ID HP. woaw IT** milaa Apply: Harold WaalBoi• Wa.iharbaad Lad. t. AH -Ford Praloll 1TM, mil**. A| Mad ft''a Briaca CAB A Baifain oar plaU in lb* r.bllf SaTTat*. Applications arc invited frdBl fernslf? candidates tor appointments to p"*ta of 5>^nographci-t>'pisU la the Public Service. 2 The minimum lUndard pf proficiency required ti 70—SO words per minute hi shorthand, -nd M words per minute in typewriting. 3 The salary attached to Hie posts is at the rate of .480 per annum mirs. hy annual incremstjtsof 1*8 to 11,200. 4 The pi>iiu-.cnts which art pensionable, will be on on* year's prohaiion m UM nrsl injaBsv-e and will lie made lubjeci to the :.'iHlates beinn passed] i medically 111. 5. Application* should be made on forms obUioabk from the Colonial Secretary OrTlcc. but epjididaU-s who heve sirsedy submitted application forms should renew their applications by letter only. i Applications will be closM at 4 p.m. on the 14th of November. 8/11/50—In I / / / VPART ONE ORDERS MISS THIS SALE BBB*4>4>*0>Rw>R*wOO<>a CRICKETERS! Grcal your ladaw CJUCaUOftal In Bl-AZfalS ft ft AVID PANTS Kid thorn loday lo RAYMOND JORDAN fet Bay Street. aaypeaUe Street. mas. Caw j. i tall. O.aVB it' i Harkada. MI.( I dni.i. >nl •* i Nov. Tnor* n inn i..nir atl t'undl. rOLUI HSU OKPI-TITION TIa,., mdleh ul in*V..ll-y Ball ron.potiiion will lako plac* at lloft houia oa Tawola* T N..v VI brtwron "A" • MQ C"V. Tram, muat a* pi.ndual r a A i.otooiiu-o Tho l^lk.wiiui %  n*mn*r._..l lb* Raraad.. Roaim.nl hav* b*n oalarlrd lo ahool nartM tho r *. M Kma. I. XII Cdwarda. F Cp| Walk**, a I. 1 Smart. H. % %  .• Haltrava. PH.. Mondav 3 i NO* r*d. i w LC *ai* *ll Oulntvno. r. Thar* will b* a piecnc -n.-.i lor 1 IPatbou Pi. Oraan. A Cpl (J.liana. J Cpl Bold, If. Plo Prico, B. O. I..C Hill. M. C. PW n.'n-7(. P PW dan-. D A aW abova mornbara al lftftJ houro*. Monday mriiv oFriria > IXMIIIT MKBIBANT FOB WBBB BNDDHU Ordi-'rly' OrRcor t/U. C O. la*dT*ln Ordarly Sorlaanl .... IM W9 Blackmail. A LO i.iy Soi r daly Ofdarlv ornrer Ordarly Sorioani I.iriit C R. Naburll J1S Ul Mu-landa. H A M L D SKIWES-COX. Major. lOl.r *Ad|ulail. Tho Barbadoa Baetmani. RMBOH Thoro will ba a WOa Rita MaaUaoiins al IBM ftaur. on Saturday IB Nov. 90 PART %  ORDIBa THK I1ABBADOB BRCrMENT %  RR'AL NO M 1D NOvniBEB. IPN SHUT 1 A ONLV BJLAL ESTATE ,K PIHLH VOTH ES 11 HI 4.30 PI* F M Coy Oranl month* P/Laava ai . Pft %  BaVJ cox. Major. i.L-F ft AdlulaBL nar Ha'badoa HaM>a %  ITndoa um NOTICE FAR1MH OF BT PBIUF Tba Parochial Traaauraa. a Offtco w,n ba laa awaft to SUncataat, Church Vn laa*. Pt. Ptullp rrora lhlh Nav. IBM. Tho Ornca will ba oparaad lor bualraaaa on Mondaya, Tuooday*. A SaUirday* fraaa B a at lo II a m and no. Sfd'. P. S W BCOTT. Conv* ao II Rsaraf l.,-n A 3 llowro.... | Condltlo.. ncaa, Oara**. Varanl. n Oou (or iu.i.i H Cotiaaa SHIPPING NOTICES .. k Bot ltd Wi cm u XIOTUR CVCLX Mi I.I Cycla '. % %  \ ancaa. Uoliul l-i A Two-hior*y S Mora lifhi '"r laaa monay Dn Houaa or Voiia. Dial ISTB Blacalcal Dapt. uniRRHIilN HRAIBBB — Conyanlmt BOocinrai appilanca lor hoatinft watar loi Too, Hal dilnka. ahai ma a*c Dial 3BTS Do Coala ft To Ud KlOCtr. cal D*pi 4 II at-n fl lub* battery Dial %  v 31 1ft 10-Jn WANTED COOK Cook Club. Si CorripoionI and la.-r.al Apply Oap I'^-i-rin.i aBJ lath. A Larps tvi ft Hoaldanr* at Bank Hall. Good Condition. SpiCIOii. Yard. P.ica Anracuvr. C Ma lar an-ihliig in Baal Falata-lf N.d—U aio Nol nuylng: Dial 31 It D P da Abra-i Ullv* Bouflh, Haatlnaa ^^ aalllr, %  UOTMAR." NAVY CABDBMS Slao.1 si All ma on 14.1U an II of land, and con:. i( Rollins from Antworp. Roth Holland %  a. • itrn.iiVA ID nth Nowapihaa S.,nin. Irom Amalardam I m a -ORANJDBTAD" ITIh Holllnft lo Trinidad. IGuaira. Curacao etc Ol a ItKirrBill Novrmlj)*; a a 'FABNSUM" 'Blh Novombor. m.i. %  ORANjnrfAD" lirt Novombo* SalUna lo Trinidad. Paramaribo. <'*oraotown. in Docoiiibn %  M.,1, n II h Novi-iiO I'l.n Bf V "C'arilabw Will accent L'arao and Paaaanrcilor Domlnk.. Antlfua. Monlaarrat, Ncvi. and S( Kllla vir. Frtdai' nth. M V. "Daarwood" wui accap* Carso and PBaornfara lor 91 UMCIB SI VlncorK. Oronada ant Aiubi. Sai:im Bunday Mh B.W.I. Sflhooner Owners Aftaeeiatiao Inc. HRvinjto vacate uur pcrmises (ROYJKL STORE No. 2 HIGH STREET) within the next few weeks we are offering lo the public large stocks of merchandise Rt drastically reduced prices. We are opening to-morrow a gfepiuine sale of hundreds of regular items at prices which will amaze you. Here are a few of the articles and prices:— SVVS. SII.KS sV CREPES Atlractive shades guaranteed qnalilirs reduced from J1.68 and $1.80 to c., K0c., 92c. PRINTS 3fi" wide, checked and flowered 100 designs fast colours reduced to 52c. St Sfc. LADIES A MEN'S SHOES New stock of American. Dutch and Englbh >kon at price, below our own coal. MEN'S SPOHT A DHESS SHIRTS Largest selection in town, prices rut up to 30%. MEN'S TWEEDS. TROPICALS. FLANNELS & DOESKINS New slocks recently arrived selliac at own cost. LADIE'S UNDERWEAR Cotton panties reduced lo 3* A 48c. Silk panties excellent quality reduced to 78c. Brassier*. Nighties, Stocking etc. all reaaced. Come and see us. One Rlan at our goods nd prices will convince you ol the rare opportunity to shop and save. '!'_ THE ROYAL STORE NO. 2 HIGH STREET OlaX InmUlpant Old. wiutt I* ,bi. lo Typa and do booklns Wrila % %  ;/o Advocat* 4 ll.BB-JR JUNIOR — iMala for Coiramkvaktn OrSco. Apply by lottar and In poraon 10 Manning ft Co Ud, Commlaaaon Dapt >.I aO-*" with KltchonoH %  and Toilet, and 1 aaparata and water Sarvlcea '% %  • %  rvaiila' rooma Fatal l> con I Plata Iniprrlion by appoinUnan 1 SS4I II W 31 Canadian National Steamships | RaFWOERATOH tor 1 cubic (rot .><:> %  ,., ,„,,...t Rrankei Troiman I MKCMANICAI. maohinaa b*n>i yotiraall A I Dull 31P St Hill Jama, B< ; m aood raaMMMap STXNCJURAriint A TYPlaTT y lalier. pvapsa I laBRBBajBBB, to Lid. P. O. P. ABBtj .t alias Slit^nn Hunk* A Ban TWO l<>'i.Miuarr Factory. lnl> aayphcanla whe akrulala ofticientiy Kaajulrad h For Crop IU1 can wrll* aiv load apply. MiSI-KI.I. ANKOUS %  cat* Blndbai Dopl. TVPKWItlTBM Sard I Corona AUdaa Hoobink 1 Raaatsnilon fR.i Pi MRRB, Owen • .1 Dial UK MISCELLANEOUS ANT1QUBB Ol av*r-y d*8CTlplon Glaaa. China, old Jawola. Boa Bilvar Walorcoloum Early book.. Map* Autoiraph* *ic al Uo>rlns*a Anllqua Shop adjoinn.s Royal Varhl Club i i.i KMi.Hl' S Ltd CUAVA CIIHnsR %  poBllils lo .i l.londa abroad Mra W M War,, Si Mattnr* Vtcarapr PhaaMt BOSS ^ II SB %  rOIH Ihoa* wm. -iSo. Iitait Aaahn. w* havo Frlolri J-owdora In .loon Wkac ia a vary faod rrmad. l-rico Wa"BI KNIOHT'S L.TD ftlMS—Bl "•Ml" TO BBNT HOUSE Eiiirlnh loupla wllh i .... doiiBlilar* Rasjuira Unn.oduHai' lo ici.i stono Bum Houaa S or 4 baa-...ii mi M oi untumtiliod BOA AharvUl* (l.ionl lloua* Phono BM3 1 11 BV-Cn WANTBB TO BUT JOIN UtSOOOD WORK I... i. at* in Mahoflanv. Codor. Dool. Bk-cn For Houaohold o. irfnao — L WBaon. TralaMjai SI Dial aoW 4 II Bft-an By puli I aall Tib November al 3 o'clock. H0par%y al atarue* Bin •343 .Square laat of land and a houar callad St. Tboraaa which haa Drawiiis aad DiiiUa, rooaaa. .1 %  NI.-.M. waiarlottr* and bath For partieulara and Mpoclxin aaa D'Arcy A Scoll. Anclonoor. JT43 1.11 B0--4n Church, ul lluh LdBBfe Boll., Hull Tha Stream. Chi [VS4ai %  Tha houaa conlalna ihrao aldaa. Druwind -n. T Jan. LADY NBJON 1 Any RODNXY 11 Jan IU Fab. %  3 Jan. 13 RE 1 Paft.' is Jan. BB :. a Fcb IT reft. • isaaah ft March WANTBB TO BUT USFJ1 % %  OBTAOB STAMPS ol tn. Brlllah Waal haftaM Al Ik* Carlbbaa. Slainp Sourly No IS Swan St IlHi VTIOWI ST. MK-'HAELB ORBBMS' SCHOOL BNTBANCS BBAMINATMN Owina lo ii,.larflW number of candilat*. for Ihi. Eaaawawallon tlMTa haa %  ecu a chanar In the dalaa of awamlnaMl .K. FOR thai ...11 aod •--> % %  a*. 01 th. Hali aflai ahainpooina try "Braawi tcya Liquid BrlllUnrtinc n..-* J feol KNIGHTS LTD 4 II BB—In GIVE a raw Marl a I. land %  M Yon I L"", •h KNIGHTS JUST .acaivad „ Ursa Valor B'oyaa and I'arU also Uvaa Dial 4SI1 w A uiUhli. ft Oa No t Swan St ) 11 at—4n 1.ADYS WINTER COAT Slao djouelr'br*a.tod etvle in r<~u\ ...nd""". APPly Amndoll. Dial 4B4 or IT4B 4 11 Sft-Sn. NAHLIN Auxllary Sloop naad Hal. wilh BOB lb. in Keel Powered wllh S II P Mori" Engine. MadliNi a.ao Ball Startar Naw Tender an laoorlns. In.urod IJonda HMO ORcra received ei'v.rr comptoto Au.ltary only ftiillns Yacht. All Ant claaa < %  dilron. Ai.plVINCBVNT HUKKX, C/o ruiirloay Gaias* or Bay 31 10.4ft WINDOWS Many paapaf ia rtuctta* if B> 1 MUlcr. up 10 da Work. Dial nl HoM SI real, Clly WATER I O— XMAR CARDS A WBWBSSRll • acrtraant naw on dtopra* al Collli Dei.* Stor*. Broad 4S 4 'I SB—A YACHT Qra Daft Dr, 1 He Appl. B Uuch. Pi-w Bd Sailing Dli 1 condllloi Flatche* Dial BftP) J 1) 0 IRRaj Glanda Vertry or will nn ihr l.iilawkvi daioa irla who arw ova* 4 and u on SIM July ISS1 on t lh Noveiubrr al %  3B a in •la who are II sod undn I 1 3" aakad k* ba as th* %  and OuardUiv School dunnl CARVER 11K.H RaCBOQIi Saw Road Saaaswr'a BUI. Bl. Nlaftaal. 11 Tuesday. Janaaary IS. IBS I ara aients and Guardians of praaparli> loplla a.* askad lo com* t.. iha srho.i %  Monda.'. He.ru.ben %  '" |St0 0 a m wllh idr r child.a-i |f nlarvurwad. Kintusatten for chudran of a|aa TulUon PR i-eriuy Car GAY BSOfwUft Ptiikripal HKITISH COUNCIL in co-operation wilh UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES ir.itnMiir.! Daptl Taiks an MACBETH B] CHARLES THOMAS and ALBHKY DOUGLAS SMITH at M p.m on MON. No*, b at WAKEriELD, White Park Admission FRKE %  EARF-IIAl-r I John Houaa col. dliuif iworni room, f.1,1,1 •action any da LAND T.UB aq ,Navy Gardana, Cti Cli pluwy Wak-oll. Delahlon Dial *•*> as-r. 3 tda land wt'l 1 Hoobkiik Slrort CARDINER AUSTIN ft CO. LTD. — Aaaftaa ( IIKIM'M \s IS FAST APPROACHING — Uld W. ht v. XMAS CRACKERS. XMAS TREES, TOYS. Coma in tar)]' And -elect yours. TUB < f V/IML OffORff If (CENTBAX FOUNDRY LTD^Prc>prtR*orB) Comer of Broad and Tudor S(ree ls. LAND — 71.SS0 sBJUl Rkft* land ai Road View a t* fraadaaja, ana w-nlr ...imn.-l.lr three I DUooa and baihinft aaf. raducod Al Fll. VlUaa* bld* Main road fou. Hi tola of land. V. ol an acre each Al Cava Hill aav.ial lota of land in Va -or* or acre lotv. tin sirfr.v Oaraon lo lab Soca Pr.cad In aall Al Maxwell flood I? apola .if I. id D Al;i y WCOTT. NEW BUNUALOW U Irel by 30 t wllh lull haaam.nt watar and U Ihrouafrout. # n , aca of land a suard wall. Mlualed si Do*con. H naar "Bayawaitt' Phono 3T91 or apt L. H. MILLER. Itrrd Si.rri. 01 n 10 w PROSKKT^%  ppr.,..., Bft g on. Hoad H solicitors. Jar t %  sMssaftSa 4 UN An I'Mol-EHTY mall Properly at Advan Avanu* Bai k NaU. l.aas Hiuare Is*) .11 land and hems* 31 a 'ft shod n 11. kitchen S a I Portugal houaa can b. %  ufthl aoparalaly ConUacI Ooo>|. Foaartv u.i .,, ,.|. rialda aaa &f 04) m ^4>dI IIIIIOPIIA4TII NOTICE subacrlbers to in. AOVOCATI" Newspaper arc ukrd to note that If ther*. te any iiis-.u-i... 1 with Ihe driiirn el the Dally N>v.^pper aupplled thraajft-h our Atenas. pleaiup (ummum isle with . CIRCULATION DEPT 1 -mi .' % %  !:t X 10 S0— 7n. 10-DArS NEWS FLASH A 1 iiii-i'u; Toy aTor Parents *ut well us Children: MODttL HOUSE CONSTstlJCTION 8KTS %  li >l" NSON'S STATIONERY CLOTH DUSTKRK AT JOHNHONft HARDWARE BHIDGETDWN... BELONGS TO YOU DR. f T tR B JOH A 1 Bay 81 1 Nesi Esplanade r.iethi.il coirr.li dlaea.u by Chlropiacllc !h. kldnay. arm %  4J.M. BBeftd>eftAAe VWX>V,' ( ',V,V,V///rV//y'>'/ I OLD HARUSOMAN | SCMItTV ^ DO YOU REQUIRE ANY OF THESE ITEMS ? I.oima C ha in ., Curr.ni,. R.UIM. mint. Turned H.m, l.fcule ., >.i ., 1 Fancy vhsas. Tinned K.bbll. Tin. Ilisr. Vetruble. Chmll-iite Peas, resaan. Plneapale •M I'm.. Murbm. Paradlae Fiona, ToUrl Soaps. Cake Mr. in 1 li.i."],i.. Vanilla, aad Glnarr "IIK1WAV comE JOUiX U. TA Yl.OR A SOWS LTB. .-.-.-.-.-.-.-,-;-.v,..;..;-,.,.,,.,.,.,., ...^ OJM Mil IT 1#X GROCERS Then will be a General MasjUfig „f ii„. oil Society at Harrison College on Wednesday. ISili Novem%  t 4 45 p.m. AGENDA I To receive Financial St..'.. 1 ? To appoint an Hon. Secretary BTRj Business. S (,ITTENS. Hon See f>a>C d ja0 a aOOP 0 C.>RO t. C UUBBE V\ AGENCY-ACENTS. therefore KEEP IT CLEAN START TO-DAY JOIN THE C. B. C. COMPETITION 1. Do you want R CLEANER BRIDGET OWN ? 2. The Advocate invites your suggestions in not more than 200 words. . *, -. v._ ••_'*"*•* "t* *** w 3. The best suggestion to be received not Uter than December 1st, will receive S25.W. ^^ .mm** ~-^++**'*** +9* % 4 A panel of three judges to be announced later will decide the winning entry. 5. Enclose attached Coupon with each entry. c# o. c> lUrsMdos Advocate. Bridgetown Name Address Barbados Real Estate A*Mfy INDUSTRIAL. COM R B J JRB B B ltUa. Talephunc UM OrTc: Ba.tina* KoNJ Lid. FOR SALE Now Stone lwiii-aluw AU Mahosany doora window (ran". ftuUI-i" a^ardrobo*. d r aaaa-ra pH 3 bedroom* 3 bain rooma. l-vmi <)tnl"f room. Kilctvon Garaa*. own A C Bngana. standins in aero land asata sea balhlns COVE SPRING HOCrftt SI jBiriaa. oiarktoklng aaa, own prlvota hat rung Cnvr CARAB1ANCA—Maxwell C.-ast A horn* romplarla In rvt*-> druii DOVER Chris! Church. B to's on aaa 3 a IB 000 and 3 %  II 000 SB It also arrraj* KOCKLX. Near Oolf Cwuraa 11. .in. alias. BLOCK OF FACTORY BUILDREAL ESTATE JOHN M. KlttfOS SJKB, F.T.A. F.rmrrl7 Dtsoa A Blaaaa FOR SALE 'BLUB V1BTA". Rorklay. inaar I Oolf CluftiOrw ol thr l-ettar I typ* modern rsoanas In a select I sflOkllll wall planned and con..ructed by a Srm of irpui*. Lara, louns*. dinlns rmi. kltch• am, 3 bedroom, iwllh baauBa aaa I Bllad wardrobosi Iliad bathroom, double saraft*. aarvanl's rjUMlaBa. %  awastM .h.ub. and pla'nta. Th able propocly •* opow so "BLACKMAN'B, Si. Joaaph. wall BBSBWB country bouse w haafoftc saaoclatiori. la alUI avi able aad oBara are opon W c atSbWaUOa. Thie properly U a .nod on wooded hUlalda_and s*aae> very Brsr v Thoro B rocaptlon n-.m.. 1 kltrhan. pansry. SB. Senanii quartar. %  PION SOP". Ma* a of tha boat ,. -. %  %  a*l*c-tad r'i. %  > %  .! %  -: rltb i thla Tn* well kept srauDda ara approalmaaBiy 1U, acres in eitient and Itaere I. a pri. .1* sandy baarh with aafs batblrur for children The houaa In part***, condition Inside and OHl Thla property muat alwan rotatn a hif, vaula W> Ha natural arnanlUas VILLA. Th.a* allr..tlve propocUao wtth nva. S orr** of timd naar Iha Crane Hotel ara offered i applies',]. b* obtained MODIBN in vi-M.mv pine ROB. A ronvanlanlly daalanad property of coral atone construction Accommodation ronalut* of bus* lr. % % %  room wllh fronch window* "prnms onto a spaotous cov.rrd lalleiy. 3 bedrooms with "built-in wardrobe., a modem kitchen laundry, servant', quartera and larse Saras. A W*nrocommended properly. KINOSLRT. O.avine Hall T*rtaaa. One of Ihe moat ouiaiaivd. Ins proper!laa of Ha type In this select, residential area TTua l-.lerl or Brranaementa and Stuns* are especially worthy of not. Thar* i7a larae L-Shapad dmi M room swd asasnftW wtth cocktail bar, 1 pleasant badrooma all with tiled wardrobe., a larse tiled '** th* master bad ft. w*l provldad with -bnllt-ln boards, storeroom, aarase. servaail's quarters, paved driveway and rear courtyard ale. etc Vlewir.s by sfypolntment only. TBB OUVII. Upper Collyssorc Rock This larse modern slona buns %  %  wllh aboul 1 sere ah., .m appeal lo s buyer who w-anb. a reeJI' solid proparty eonsUucted of lh. boat otftasBBHS —-tarUlS. TftSBM 1* a BBBftW as*. -,m Iftft R. 14 fl.) esllerr it x IO* Hi 4 b sdrssai i si 1 ft < is ft i modem ftllehen. pa*ed courtyard, lawns kitchen sarden and orchard. Well 6 Bead lor scsvsoas snd Iraniport • town Sd. ROBBUCR ftTBBBT. aftodtm spacious and well built cornin*: :ia. property In Oral -claaa buaineas locsUan. Ideal for Bakery. Grocery, Provi-ioem. OBVaa, sssod .-. Open to oSrers which must be submitted to Asent •'8CNNTB1DB". Olbb* Bay, Bl Peter A mnderii coral Hone re sldenc* conlalnlns a %  own'*. dinIns roons. kitchen, I bedroomi %  With wash baaln.i salle.y, stor.room, detached ssraae and sart'ant'i quarter* The hxua. i. sat wrall back in aroimda of approxi mauiy I acre* with about MO ft. road frontape. The Mlas>lprtM property la %  client and IRsm Is a riatit of way lo tha beach oppoalie Very autlaba* for cortverslon into a larse house snd Ihere is ample room for further developmenl on thla Isad %  Ar-TUT VfCABAOE". I'avr.e. Bay Thla Litoiey house la placed on one of lh* moat attractive stl*. in si Jam** There la a beautiful sandy beach and the bathtns Tba 1 badrooma. upstairs lounfe. sailer i dinlns room, k lusher, etc. viawins by appointmem. RENTALS T-roornad buna*. •WTNDT L'nfui-nlsh ad. low wllh 1 acre of vs.table sardena "IN CRANCamT". Inch Ma., low Modern furnished IwiiiMaia -craTBRBLANli snrii". CodHnarlon Hill Wtth about 3 acre* L'tifumbhed 11 M a* ssBAcai inisr r-iii. furnWied. On Bl James CoasL "•t'NHKT KOl'BF" P-oapect. let James On Coast Good aSnBIns Fully furnished. December a*ad Jsauary CAR AUCTION rOBB PBsVBCT. March 1MB Dassaaed In accidani Xnuw 1MB nol used since 0.000 miles only Tads vahwl* will bo sold try Auction as McE.ie.rney. Oerssjr an Friday lftth at S p.m. JOHN M BLADON. Auctionsar. RKAL stSTATl AQKNT AUCnONERR rtANTATIONS BCTLDING



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SI \I)AV NOVEMBER \ 1M -I MIAY ADVOCATE PAOF. IV1UU B P BC R ; dio n rr n t B.B.C. RADIO CHURCH SERVICES TW^IY PR GRAMMES ~-MF ""'" '* * P in Ico.tor B !" r"K FALLEN MAN i on -Portrait of J.maMcn era referred in this column the BBC will now broadr written %  w " P Som'Xfc,' J Vaughan Thorn... with narration, uT^aitSe? ? m. R*v F Lawtenc* Holy ComMMMn DAIJtltTH-U am Mr O M. Mb. Wt Ipn til I) t QilBv* ST MICHAEL, BSL HOMT i % %  Mr V %  Uvw MOM. eUv C . J-nn; 7 .m Mi C Bran. previous 'portrait' is the result of "*"" • v, Skinda Hair H. v > II a m KlrlaK. Raw C W WM 1pm Crab Hifl. Pee. J WI..H MOEBUCK smSBT Ham Rev D C M•• Hi rommunwn; 1 p Mr C Shaw lit M. A Mi A • CviieVn l'rIOVa>WCtWii .,„ M. It J I_ Waih. %  M CRACK HOJ. U a m Mr afcyd. I a X ; 1 p %  ril* SALVATION ABMV UKLUNOTON TtT-H.>. i I •• u.al. 11 a.m Mall— Uaat.ni. J .. n. i P Harvest fra era amta. I p m s* n iui Mtar Service C*na,ucte* b Major MeJ Mr. LewU. t MONTOOMXBV Mr Culp-WM* SHOP nu :. (r. T. Smllh %  HMI1X1CTOWN CINT11A ll.illnaaa vi—iiai* BB. lUlMai: Mee-i the recent visit hv the two BBC ut 'WT'i i ? -^L men to the Wt Indies Of the fMe. saTp m 3 ^ ib-'SS-ST: programme Leonard Cottrtll ?~' **". ftMnd Bniaw QTI, writes We round ourselves In V2 S !" VS^ %  "*£** T • P m the thick of tlie toughest election i u p m CaWbb•.r^v 0 ^l^^^?" J *" campaign ever fought in that per"n-si* !" roadr. 1( ^ m t u plexing turbulent island, the rich&,T u J^^2L r V^r l %  u - est in the British West Indies. Wo £e^.5T£.* u S^n ^f^Sa?*,, %  I t M M lad MTtrti g l sB t l— mfa>1laTJjjl S*"J %  ?• %  % %  %  "" 1 ^ 11 ^5 ' %  nil nil which on the whole, we found were !" *. "•*• %  '• ,0 '-" "• Bdttonau conducted In much the gumu ',i l VM.^X^^I^ ^m" democratic spirit as at home, with Ck-a Down *^' "* p m plenty of noisy debate and good „" < i SH'i "KP1J • Mc wwuw u *" n.tured heckling. At one of these **' WHUK " "* MBTHODIST we made recordings, but it w*.s MONDAY ifovtmMr, %  lan. nm Hh NV ISM not practicable to record them all. '<• %  Ti Nawa. t u %  . K M JAMBB STUSBET n a m Broads .t We visited the largest oil rcflncr>*"ftfe ^. ; -„-„ cij" £Q ^"" ^ ^"^ tt^rfrArf. and the most productive oilfields ivw. it p m BBC iiuii.ni • aawh asrviea. in Trinidad and made recordings Litiit omieatra: i so p m snr n*upm AV: JO %  m lit i Mor"I sa : Ha* E. Mc CuU—isI' Hel Hoiiinaaworih Bl > VIEWII ., k..im— Meriiiw p "** J p m. Coaapanv M*rI|M. f i> r --t\ %  ~. M o. a """•"•" ; "•""""' "FOUR ROADS-II am Moliiwa* Ma** %  is 1 p rn Comparti M I JalvatMn Mavilna Prrachar U. .Mti Hour CommunMn T p m. Mr MI HUM1 pni SalvaUn Miw Samth, %  PUOHTSITOWN II .< H..I... IfwUns. 3 pm Company Maalin I Salvation M.Hin Pr.-n-r .ptain Blahop DISTIN Company "aiCil I in Maallns PtB OMB '.(.%  Newiravt. J ii ""." Hull>% %  which try to bring home to the Us' ,rw : a|!" SJ -JSS tener the magnitude If this great &—.. a IO Honn'N.n'mtir £rn*'iV~ WKTTEHAU.: I w . enterprise Which is the main source > I) Sporla Rnln I M p m Mart MM •"•"* Holy Caannmrum of Trinidad's wealth We also hope ^^^T'^l, r 3 f^JT J^" ,•' T Q, J LI_ 0 ^2O-ILAI II to include the vu-ws of repre^en?' #P^-^J?J? !" <£ P^" H^££.^n P 1. TiViof the East Indian COmmu*•"> Ramrmbar: 4 p m ThlSy MmP Moorr nitv which comprises over U\i(l>il" % *'*•'*• %  ; P m. UalMiMi HOLETOWN_ • SO a m. B>v F La*aalvailun Mavili -ij-j'_ ^^ V*'e: a is p.m. p five per cent of Trinidad's population Among the local occasions at which the two BBC visitors were pnviledged to be present was Trinidad's Shango 1 a religious ceremony which hud never before been recorded Ij mid broadcast by the BBC. *• Broadcast will be on the Blr on Saturday. 11th. inst. beginning al 10.15 p.m and will be repeated ^ Th* alary lalln Protrammr Parade The Library and the || viliM, Ptayara. S *> p m The Calhavlol „. s fZfi&£&£§, RiMdJlMi Burning and Smarting ot i p m JTh* MMMT of BalUnliM: 1 U ajajaajaajj EiC x e Stopped In 10 Minutes Th* G-rtmay of lh Parr Radio Kpwsrert: • as p.m unu n Raporf. ..SB p m Conpo. • weak. • 30 p m HCU-IHRrw. m BBC Harlhfrn Orrtia^ra, 9 Booka to Raari t 4 p m T Art.; w p m Ttia Nowa: IIH p the Edllorlali on the following Wednesday. ISth a i>u.ii tou % %  *," ctoaipnonweinri Inst. at 1.30 p.m. EWMTI p.m. CIOM Down. 'Caribbean Voices" Comniunity Beginning on Wednesday next. 8th. inst.. the BBC will broadcast p„-. V-,.„.L i n-n ns we told you last week— a series Or INOVember 19o0 > ar S eal >;*, A ii0T y of how n are taking in many territories. Anglican Priest in Barbados found The series will be broadcast In ,n money for a statue of Our 'Calling the West Indies' on WedI-dy. nesdays beginning at 7.15 p.m. Pan, aad Guuuut. Poems by Ian C-rew. Lord Mayor's Banquet ••• %  November—iT*e AaWvilaaea af Ma Belay* b; R. E The Prime Minister 1 speech at BrsuthwaJte. An up-to .dale the Lord Mayor of London's bananancy story from Trinidad, quet In historic Guildhall will be I*..— by Andrew Salk.v and broadcast in the BBC'. Ioui" Simpson (Jamaica) William cenn.ii Overseas Service on s Arthur (Barbados) and Daniel Thursday next. 9th inst. It Is a WUiams and Owen Campbell (St. tradition for the Prime Minister, Vincent). as guest of honour, to make J speech on the foreign policy of the Government in reply to the Lord Mayor's toast of His Majesty*! Ministers. This will be hroadcart ot 5.15 p.m. An edited version of the Banquet speeches will be broadcast later at 7.45 p in and deacrlptions of the Lord Mayor'! Show, the colourful procession through the streets of London which takes place earlier In the day. will be included In the 'Radio Newsreel' at R.00 p.m. tho dlarovery American pnyilcian tl la no lmm r naa.01.ri lor anyon* • *•>*' trom u*H. dia4 ana auajurlnf akin blrmialin uch M Briraia. Plmpl*.. h.h. Rlnaeorm. Paari%  jit AIM, aiackhradt. acabira and Bald %  aj fra oa. DM I et 1 bid akin make aaw i?T'm,r l! 0 t !" c ". u .1?" t og li y -V'ptpX 9 A New Disco vary Nliadarm U M olnlBfDS, h4a Irom an> olnlm i..,-..,. i,. pm different arour ipj af la j pall akin blrmUt>.i Nlaadara. ronialna S li^mdajpU whkh flfhtakln trouble. In lh-: I •,.. I II flahla and lull t.'„ vll < r o*~i or para5 lea often reapoiulkle for akin diaord>ri It altJiw llanuti, b Ulu n 4 and uairUai 1 1 lo iTminutea. and tool. anaTSMthra W O r k I f a i t P"t W U adera. U Kknuflcany aemE adad U tfhi .kin iroublo, it werU • r than aVTylhlna M ThMeaeen In your berora. II atop. Ota luhin(. burning and wuuuas la 1 rtw oiinuKa. IDFH alert, to MsaaS cl.ai __ . lln,ii-.!. %  :.. : oho vriMa. "I auS>red niarllii| Iiarrr. > fo '~ At ta-l I %  ..id Hchlns fc^o %  li-nrln sE 'buiWlaa'ang '--" IS faata. TraM ayarytlu da>a My irienia ware an../rJ at Un l. poo*aaa>al la my opprsrspco." f Satisfaction Guarantead NUederm tMla abaolutelv i.nthln B tin II d'ur. mi (..l.rill 0M Laok 11 I'm ADIN(i GIFTS AT COLLINS l>ru|* In |l I OUJMI -.l look avrr i.ur sl... k. ..i I IM \M \rei WNTB SM (lur ilt.pl.. 01 y'Oi VI \lv PI N* . .it -. '"I I.I VIlltB GOODS. RAZORS, lull I I DOOM PERU mil, ET1'. ETC. roi.i.ivs mm. STOME3. Our Daily SMenus Hre Specially S?refxired Jor ^your Snjoyment FINE FOODS FINE WINES A 1 CUISINF. Drop in between 9 a.m. & 12 midnight al THE GREEN DRAGON No. 9 Broad Street FOR Hi riis thf Cft aaj R M Way U I .mil Partition-* u*e ASHI BTOS I'LAT -III ITS Ohiulnahle in 1' X R lf lh You will find It ihe most it' .iiirwl ni J r> ii T"-il;i\ W, B. HOHII.I LI MIU.K AMI IIABIIWAVt: Kill IIAKH rillihfN IIAIIDUS silt \n HI i; KM "llli MS sll I' Ml NHKOOM oKH'f \M.IMITK \ liAI'alNM (TiMf) I MI.AT i \ l i; M i lt.it I'k.' 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A garbage oan, heavy calvaaUed, a wash tub, buckets, a mlnoer or a sink, dralnboarde, ooal-stova, oil-stove or a kitchen knife now doesn't It? Cone In, we have it! A. BARNES ft CO., LTD. I'lUKINS A COl-TII. 1..1I in t K si i:i i l IH.1 :-, and i|M IfTfi'AffO.V// FACTORY HAtiAiBBma Take this epportunlly nt obUlnlm vmir pasjulrrm.nl. In -— GALVANISED 4 STEAM PIPE K.iif Ina from 1 1 m upwards MILD STEEL I 1.1. Rounds, Squam In ill KUn BOLTS & NUTS—All Site. FILTER CLOTH—White Cotton Twill Al PRICES thai Maaat '" %  'I" '' 1 I S 5 I WHITE PARK im \l HT MICHAEL TOOLS! TOWS! TOOLS! | GOOD WORX REQUIRBS GOOD TO Visi< I,, QUI Tool Dapartmant, .nd m.ke your ^ Selection from our wide rang, uf dl | J* riiiNKI.s IIAM^" SAWS PLANKS i I;\KI.S si. HUM; BEVELS GIMLETS HAND DRILLS RE DRP I I PLIERS VICE GRIPS WRENCHES WE II II i rn*: TOOLS '#• .XEEIH! See Our Show Room Display and inanv atlMI &f BARBADOS HAKDWAKIl CO. Ml). CAKPTNTKRH I'.ri.l'.s HTEI3L a METALLIC TAPES PLANEH PLANE IRONS %  POKE HHAVFH CHISELS in all use. HAND BREAST DRILLS DRILL BITS CIIMLETH HACK SAWS BLADES PIPE WRENCHES SOCKET WRENCHES NAIL PULLERS (THat HOi.'Sr. rX)B BAROaMNS) B wan Street 'Pboni 2160,3U4, y///,wx/,% Hill I The Best STOVE to own is a FLORENCE OIL STOVE loa nil I til/nr II in or Low m ll.i,. IO-IH I' Your next I'fsl II,I in, II hi In, a I I si I alter a iwomt exciting UA V to the . CHINA DOLL RESTAURANT (No. i. MARHILL STREET) SOCIETY'S RENDEZVOUS where our i -harming Orlintal Recapuonm nnd tana hifbly trained aiiihntir CiiinonCheft jnt wait to serve yen. •MM TO >m-Mii SHRIMPS and OYSTERS OK MENU 1 Dm." at OM "DOLL'* for tha baat Otalnaac rooda And If. Faahlonabla Christmas S Cards & Paper and fca. Christmas Tree Decorations from Your Jewellen Y. DELTMA & CO., LTD. Thone 4644 -o20, Broad Stre.-! ECQNOBUCAL CEJBAN and You will bv very pleased with your new .LOIIENIt STOVE and OVEN CITY GARAGE TRADING CO.. LTD Victoria Street — Hritlf/i-tou-n PLANTATIONS LTD. ANNOUNCEMENT Tllr; nteCroONE COMPANY takes plnasurc ;immuntm, that the exU'iisum to the BnJi" i: I is ni';iriiiK completion. Ourmji thu next low weeks it is unavoidable ribtifl numbers, partieularly in the 4000 %  A'lll hi' UablfJ to interruption. The Company very murh resrets any inconvenience which subscribers may .iiifTer due to .:.!• I | upturn'. Uad MMaTSiVfl DUaty UHM A SUDKrlbtri who Obtain wroni numbers are ...i.' I to c>-nji'rale in tlie interest of the liTVtOI by ii'portinK the matlrr to 9 (C.mipla.nli.) giving thai pailiculais requested by the operator. THE BARBADOS TELEPHONE COMPANY LIMITED. i



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PAC.F. SIXTPEN si NDAT ADVOCATE SUKBAT. NOVEMBER {. l*St Thieves Take One For 4,000 Watch T HIEVES made further hauls totalling $82. From the home of Raymond Pearson al "Windy Willow", Prospect, they stole a gent's gold wrist watch valued $4S. This was reported to the Holclowi: Police Station on ntsndaj Eighteen dollars in cah was stolen from 'he home of Irene Laymat^renth Avenue, Belleville between Wednesday and Thurs. on Wednesday a work bench valued $8 from the home 11 Small of Cave Hill. The home of Vemon Browne. Lewis Land. Goodland, was broken aod entered between 1 ajn. and 8 a.m. on Friday and a quanirtlrlW 10 the value of $11.01 were stolen A K( HIP All) RtX'K of Deacons Road reported that his 16year-old daughter Miriam left home at about 7.30 a.m on Friday and has not yet returned. T*HF ST MICHAEL Vestry will hold a meeting at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Parochial Buildings, Cumberland Street, lo discuss a motion by Mr M I) Symmonds that the Legi>lalure be petitioned concerning the. raising of a loan for the puipose ot Riving retrospective pay to all Parochial Employees as 1 %  beginning of the parochial year 1948-49. IMRST PRIZE at the Local Talent Show at the Globe on Friday night went to Sam Gordon Alva Arthur, who sang "Better I.lirk Next TIM second prme lialaolin Murray was loudly applauded when he sang "Bewildered." The Guest Star of the niKht WH Clayton Thompson, an All-Star winner A COMBINED LECTL'RE on MACBETH will be given by Mr Charles Thomas. British Cow> .il Guest Lecturer,, and Mr Aubrey Douglas-Smith, Resident Tutor. Universily College of the Waal Indies, at the British Conn cil at 8 ii in. to-morrow. Bridgetown with Its floating population of 40,000 inhabitants and arbJcli contains the principal public huidling*. institutions ana commercial houses of the island lias but 11 public latrines to serve it This works out to nearly 4.000 per latrine and these arc situated at the following places. Greens Lane. Watkins Alley. Kensington Tenantry. Waterloo Alley, King William Street, Church Village, two at Cumber and Street. Pierhead. Fair, hild St tat and one at the end of the MMVM Wharf The Royal Bank Of Canada Trinidad Strike Causes Shortage Of Edible Oil IxtRT OF SPAIN. Nov I, The strike which was occasional last week at Lavenillle through %  he dismissal of an employee of ||M Butler Union at the Trinidad Packages Limited, a branch of the Coconut Growers' Associaii r IN causing loss of production As a result. It Is undented that commodities such as edible oil and .n.irgarine which the Company produces are being produced In J small supplies because the factory must operate on a 24-hour basis cope with demands. The Weather TODAY Sun KUes: SSI in Hun SeU: 5.1 p m Moon (New) Nov. 8 i i. /.MI,. 6.80 p.tn Hi. h Water: 12.34 p m YESTERDAY Rainfall M'odrlngtoa) nil Total for Month to yesterday' 85 in Temperature Mm ) ' %  I Wind Direction (9 a.m.) I (11 a.m.1 E Wind Velocity: 7 mil.per hour Barometer 19 a.m ) 29.919 111 am) 29.904 a OF IKCH4NU LONDON %  oDar* SiaStttTBS *>• 4.T layas ;• .. L/> .. .. *" gH saw rik l i .M)un <> %  %  I )• /10 maftd Dr(U r C*bk> CUIHIKV runh.r. DialU SfeJM Drafts I r,„ iao n. p Demand "ADAH" t'.msnd %  JAMAICA >mand cabi* lain BBftl lit. Asthma Mucus Dissolved 1st. Day %  %  •(.In* alir.-ilnic K-I and %  el—. %  roar *>•!• %  m. up >ou* j i>u Klih iM %  .•-" year hfi Inlmtnui** MMM<— <>• pa-Mcrlatl-" of %  li""oi di'lof-clrr uUI ihrmiffc lK blood, qutrklj cutbAag lh*m(l.rki Tha tl Oar ta# rtrmnrina '•*,%-, V.'.-.*.-.-.-,-,-.',-,*-.-,'. *W %  • %  %• '.---/•.V//V,')V."/-'.*'" lahStrl I. ifeai REFUSAL SALONIKA, Nov. 3 Salonika truck i wi.ers hav announced that they will refuse to transport American food supplies for Yugoslavia intransit. —Muter They'll Do It Eve rTime ••— — w By Jimmy Harlo Ajs^^S DOUGH All &XSJ0 M*S FELLOW CARD KAV&gKOgU, DICE MEN OR NUMBERS OPERATORS L0o pit HAM : LICED TO ORDER AMJLEYNE Miilli it A #".. Ltd. | lilt.II STRFET .Sew is far Iti/ililiiiif MiMlfiitils STANDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS I ff Ihlek V K 6' H, 10' I I ir per aq ft 3/18thick 4' 8' Zoe. per sq ft TEMPERED HARDBOARD SHEETS 1/8thick 4' x 12' %  < 30. per •..( ft i TILEBOARD SHEETS I' X 4'. U' "' 5Ie per aq. ft. ? ALUMINIUM MOULDINGS J in v'rlou^ ^haprs fit u*c with TllebouTd and llurdl.ojrd i phou,on I WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. TOP ROW. (left to right) Richard linMH. i ol Mr. Joan Linton of Kellmnn'-i Land. Illnek Rock. Si. MI. -I .ii'! Bcitu Letjih Clarice, daughter of Mr and Mr* Clyde Clarke of "GnlvesUin". Sirathelvde" Si Michael Jeffrey Carlisle Barron-. son of Mr and Mrs. Deighton Barrow, of Bridge Road St. Michael. SECOND ROW— Andertorx K:np. son of Mr and Mrs Ro) King of St. Leonard's Village. Westbury Road, SI. Michael. Bernard Wilkie. son of Mr and Mrs Colin Wilkie of "Elswick". 8th Ave., Belleville. Marcia A. Watts, daughter of Mr and Mrs L, M Watts of "Coralynn", Bclmont Road, SI Michael. Winston Rooserel! Cllkes. son of Mr and Mrs. Lolita Gilkes *.f Bronxvtlle' Black Rock. Si. Michael. Severity Haynvs. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Beresford Haynes of Bannister's I^and, Martindale's Road. St. Michael. THIRD ROW:— LoJa N. Thani. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Thanl of Brighton. B'a-U Rock. IVciidi/ Angela Roach, daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Roach, of Three Houses Factory, Si Philip BOTTOM ROW-—Valeric Evelyn MrKrndr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T N McKcnzie of %  M.Neallr'. Navy Gardens. Christ Church. Carn> Elvin flronnmn. son of Mr and Mrs Warwick Grannum of "La Sona". Dayrells Rod, Christ Church. The final judging for Barbados' Bonniest Baby will take place at Hastings Rocks on Saturday. November 18th at 3.30 p.m. when all parents with their children who have entered the competition arecordially invited to attend. -. % % %  ... -i g List-iaa co t-To -AOtorrs. — %  %  %  %  % 



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"r-^ 1 S 11 1111 ; i fluwcate \ Price: SIX CENTS Yrar S3 TWO-YEAR-OLD WINS TRUMPETER CUF Georgetown Strike Ends After 3 Days Governor Kefusea Requests (From Our Ovm flirn|llriM|) Ui-Uil^i^vWN, Nov. 4 JJOTTLES were thrown, ^ticKs and chairs bran flushed as executive offices of the T.U.C. and Federation of Government employees Unions announced over loudspcaKeis to thousands oi strikers that it was decided to end the strike and resume work on Saturday. Executive wart iKK*d. mooted attacked and driu: out of Ihc Transport and Hiri S|„„ts Club erounds wnoro tna redaraUor had sci up strike kcadquait. inis mornini! worker* began i„ drift back to their jobs' and by noon all services were in full operation. I the Transport ground FrMaj night motnr.' Y Bnadowting Housi. ta rtialihaii JaCkSOB, bmucl.-ust ,i v.ilouy-witlr announcement, end PO-S City Council Elections POHT-OK-SPA1N, Nov. 4. When Port-of-Spain wnt to the polls yesterday, the Political Progress Group lost one seal on the City Council, retained two and field one supporter. The Labour Party gamed a seat in Belmont from the Carlbbean Socialist Party. T.L.P. Presl dent Raymond Hamelamilh winning (he northeastern ward, formerly held by the Caribbean Socialist Party, Bryan beating the CS.Ks candidate Mm. Sylvia Hunte and PC's C. B. Tywan ); in the closest light of Rv ward elections The PPG. lost the southeast em Mat, the outgoing councillor 1. Monsegue having btru beaten by the newcomer Hamel Chryaoslom. The P.P.G. stronghold In tha northern ward P.P.G. candidate Packer Hutchtnson returned unopposed, while P.P.G. also retainthe southern ward with the sr. "ke and appealing to orker* to resume work. After the executives had left the ground strikers remained tO I'i'.iker after speaker ru> were encouraging them R "continue hr strike to the end." The decision to end the strike followed more than eight hours Cnvenimen: one Tl'f . ,..MV... A1 II i %  .,! %  !, | • i three requests, all being refuted OS i nor. *nir tm was for the amnesty of all who participated In the strike which wa i Mood wu for retro pay from April 1 of any m em MM th.ir may be granted and the third for immediate reUef in the form of an grit luotcd frcm whatntl may follow deliberation. ,.{ the Enquiry Coi tha Governor. nittee in uf.Miig the last two, the %  pointed .,ut lhat it would to judging beforehand the Committee's findings. The (I verrior. however. retiring councillor Michael LeeP !" ?* rt ,hp , vipw '"• "' Comniittei iul'1 supply Interii lung re-elected practically unop-, poaed. recommendation which might r* The P.P.G. supporter C B.' actef International peace This function wus bKh reserved for the Securtl working through Its MUltar) Stsfj Committee and through such )'..< %  as the Disarmament rt sion and the Atomic Energy O n;i-.sit n.—Healer. ura" from Liverpool which _. %  Ived to-day Meanwhile lh. ir *trtke whic" had only iffected the East Coast ': • Bank r"ate spread to •he West Bank and the West coart 'n- l /2 i< inioiigs In 1 Min. 9'/5 Sesi> ]yjR. A. CHIN'S two year old bay gelding Ci Roads by Durnisk April Showers set a new record time for the Trumpeter Cup by being tirst home in 1.09 1/5 seconds over live and a half furlongs in the race for the Trumpeter Cup when the schi' luled three day Autumn Meet of the Barbados Turf Club opened at the Oarrisoji Srvaunah yesterday. m Holds carried 118 lba and wn< skilfully nHr|**n by tackf) (>'Neil lo u convineifig win over the favourite, Kinmp Flower. Mr Cyril BaUnnerd'i two ymr old brown filly out of Burnim: Row-Rose. Tht pM-vuuis baal Um f* set by the Hon. J. D. Chandler's Battalion by Mntt'o Front-Pawkv in 1947. The racing was keen and the track dry and fast Thtft *nMS Republican Leader IHame* Truman 9 8 Policy For High Casualty List In Korea NEW HAVEN. Connecticut. \m i American Republican leader Harold E Stnssen in a stronglyworded attack on the Truman administration eharged to-ni^nt that it had "cooled" the ChineseCommunists with the result that American troops were now lufTerInk their highest casualties in Korea. In a national broadcast Immediately after Mr. Truman completed his election campaign 'iroadcast from St. Louis. Missouri. Mr Stassen said -Tt OH* iands of young American men re locked in blotidy battle with 100.000 Chinese Communists in the, rugged nwuntalM of Nora Korea". The Republican Presidential candidate declared that American oaiualUM this week were higher ran in any a/teh ilnee the start nf the KO-CI.II War. "I solemnly charge thai this is the direct and terrible result of five years of building up the Chinese Communists strength the blinded bewildered inn iK-an A rtatlp poUq ml national administration". he continued. —Iteuler. President Truman Tells Nation His Aim Is World Peace In Pre-Election Speech ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. Nov. 4, President Truman warned America to-night that "hart* fighting still lies ahead in Korea in spite of the imlit.in victories of the United Nations forces. He said lhat pro gress was being made towards the fcoal of wnrld peace and MCI Ibed American leadership In the United Nations to pui down Communist aggression in Korea as the "grentest steji towards world peace that has been made in my lif.-time. TRINIDAD'S HUNTIN' GIRLS Own Co, PORT <>i ,r \i\ Nov. X Trinidad girls have laker la liuiitlnc. Three ilrta lee bv Mb* Mona Parha Itl) weal an a banting Ir'n Is: iit-iiMbu*h Riled with n>. and returned with a bai • nut ii,mi, ,,i ...,,r, M ||d | lUnt lxuana and Mtml smilbr animaU. Four Leave For Emigration Talks leaving yesterday afternoon f< i Trinidad by B.W.IA. enroute *o iho US were Sir George Seel. K.C.M.G.. Head of Developmeo: and Wcllarc in the West Indies. Mr. F. L Walcotl, M.C.P.. M B. S S llurrowcs, Ijilxiur Commissioner and Mr. Hayinond Rce >-f the C. 1). and W. Secretariat. They fom .< delegation from U %  n.W I to ih.e U S. with a view i tOStering the employment of j Laava this niornlnc for Nev/ I from there they will %  i \. i.y *r.,in u> Washii.^ton. Mr. A. V Nyran, Ann r.twell lo see the elegation off as well as Mr. P. Ihwltt Myrmg, Public RelationAdviser to C. D. and W. Sir George heads the delegation. wola Mr. Walcotl will represent the B.W.I, territories In the Easl>in Caribbean. Mr. Burrowea will net as adviser and Mr. Roe will U> tin' Secretar\ The delegation axpects to be back in Barbados in IIQ week. There, what did / tell you — thae SociatisU ain't got no sense of humour, we'd have made more money outside the Carlton Club I" M Qaa l MWUI iirttm, fogliati Doing Well After Operation ROME. Nov. 4 The Italian Communist leader Palmiro Togllatl got up for two hours to-day for the first time since he was operated on four days ago for a double clot on his brain. Doctors said he was "well on the road to recover v." —Rf-ater. OI I TO I >IH.I.AIIO\ TALKS 'Chinese Within 100 Miles Of !Tibet's Capital i KALIMI-ONG. North) in India I Nov. 4. Chinese Cominun St In todiy within 100 miles of Lhasa, he Tlbataa capital Liu Pu-Chen tinem-ayd Chinese general who led the Communist sweep south to f **|l**ll i:i the Chinese clvl" rtpOt'tad in command of the troops aivancing on Lhasa *hi day captured the lortiess ol Qyntads i" n| on the i east of the Tibetan capital. The fall ol Gyamda D/ong oil BM snail Ixink of the Gyamdj Hiver. Hie northern tributary of the Brahmaputra, leaves a terrain suitable for light vehicles and jeeps in front of the main Chin**e force. According to authoritative Tibetan sources here, an opposlIIOD group supporting 'he 14 year-old PBnchen Um:i and led by two I*ft-wing monks took over full control of the Tibetan Government In Lhasa as the Dalai l.imii who claims temporal leadership left. The opposition group had been demanding land reform in Tibet — K-ut-i 1 The President was speaking In the only radio and television Is to make on bohah' of his Democrat Psrty before next Tuesday's Congressional ••lections. Th. United Staws was now on the right road to peace through co-operation between free nation I .. T ntsst stay on that road. In 1980 we took tha wron: road the road away from peso That was when Isolation hnil and spiritual revival among all men who sock lree.t, .i.d peace. By their sacrifices lha] o ivo brought new Ufa and -irength to the United Nath Truman said some Kepubli leaders had joined with him In Maintaining a bipartisan foreign policy, but others had tried make that policy a partisan political Issue. Republican leolatlonlsU wh were running for th e election wanted the United States to shut itself off from the rest of tin; world and abandon friends .aid aloes. "Any sensible man knows that such %  course would be an upen Invitation for Communls'. imperialism to gobble up th 1 rest of the world. If that should happen th iliuied States would be left alone 'o face the threat of Common .iggrofcMon.—Heater Reds Take Wonni In Driv4> To Capital By WILLIAM PAKROT Wilh Kighth Arm) II v IB K. raa, Nov. 4 North Korean and Chinese Communists were believed tn-iughl to have captured Wbnni on the Chongchon River in iht-ir nerce %  ffenslve aimed at breaking through the United Nations line lo Pyongyang. South Koreuns protecting the vital road and railway running south from Wonni to the formei nunist capital. 55 miles south, reported stundini; fast arouixi KUIIMIOII. Bv miles from Wonni The Klfth Army Air Force said pilots strafed Wonni this afternoon writooui posatlTs rtsntlta. An American army source said flghttaking place Just south ot the town and also to (he west with South Korean Sixth ami Seventh Division* engaged alone their entire tn.ni lists' frontline strengl. in this area was *ttmatcd at abou' two regiments A break-through al Wonni would threaten t.> cui iff United Nation*' For.. f the Cfcongohoo n ni NinelH>n miles further wesl anoUun Ooiamunbri attaea wasstrlklU I I .d the American 2411 DIVIVIOM iiintii gad asuH nr i-.tk chon. It was apparently aimed id Amu mi CMongchon. inland turn Port Sinanju wheie II. ; .m wei, %  :..l t, he preparniK to hold the l.nd ( ihead OVM the nvei in Tokj ;." Arihur*i United Nat .in: arlthdrawala had inn complete 1 with "rrore or Ith.n--' The e has dellnitelv IXIMI npnk-through" %  poaaatnan said H ing aiui reoiganlMtki /ere going on vet Llsfactorl N." ime strongpolnti would b %  tad for defenie and as tjumpliuj IT DOtrltS, the spokesman add< Itnii'l forui'i your gnes* %  nay win M MO See Mon ill' 's "Advocate". Ki'-nli At A ( PI;I iictI'lKST I1A1 U SaJW iH-14.. IIIIKIi KM*. roiKTH m\ i lh I ll SACS iWIMarl i.i.-n.,. 1.4, a>at| I I .11 I n .. i i ..I.I Stark iNllarn %  % %  Ua> %  .....Ir.. Not : I United Nations F< imitted to battle —Rrutr \\ omuii's Slap Guises 12,000 \\ orken To Sirikt* /NDONfS/ArVS STORM AMBON DWAKAHTA. Nov The InoVMSsdan Gknwrnawsiri nounced loday that iroops had (tormad into DM bit) of Ambon capital ol ratal South Moluceal !< public Kiitry int<> Ambon catM live "i'ks after the Indonehlan aovernmant basjan Ihatf military .ictlons aktainst South Molucca's Island which pioil.ilir.ed i'^ Indjependonea m Ajuii The liidom i i inimander Ul charge of Ambon operalions. Col I 1 1 Kaamaransj, reportad today that lha I n donesi an n lUoaa) Mag was I UJifurlad over Ainlion Itv at noon % %  %  \ • toverrunaol communlqua did nut say whether all opposition In Ambon bad hops thai Ihi 'Ami>on problem" would bo anishad and M would come to an end —Hesiter no major upsets and eon* the ltettiru Force:, vt .n.i I'.niMtttuasa paid mail dividends The highest forecast OU f $30 84 was paid lo the punter %  ho placed Crossbow April Flowan In that order in the Sa.ii'. sh Lodge Stakes open Onto horses clamdlled "** %  and "F2. 1, Tha I'an-Mutucls' best dividend .is $11 L'4 paid on Harroween as "inner in the Autumn StsUMI % %  :.| Stand I'TIM-S renched high as the $323 mark but ever reached the gtton mark '.vice the rive hundred Itf'nie ad, ihifour hundred four times and the three hundred and two hundred onee lli.|.|er was ii.i ful |oekey ye^tci'l.iMe scored the hat-trick in piloting home the first three winners In s u ccession these include i (he 1"ii'* St KitLs enl v Mi f | Bvnoe's If-bred bay tiiu Du | showed a clean pair of hoof* to a Held of twelve In the Bridgetown Stakes fin hOrSSI I.e sifted i" .ind lower Ills other two winner: were the bay gelding Crossbow N M Innis-' day msre Elizabethan Jockey O'Ncll and Jockey Wilder rode two arlnnn i i and Crossley scored the other Hon. V C Gale inner to score two wins and the .IJier six wen%  h ii'' I I ^' .e 'n n %  'i. iinets Captain C. E Rni-on led tha t Band In a | rangeil from the overture to ll f Seville" throunh Waldt.nfel -Christmas %  Time The Meet continueOn Thursmbor 9 which is a publie holld iv. The first rao n ii i.3Q [>rl .11. pse 4 IHI, Tllf. \IIVIH All. Till NBWfl Kins I1U DsUJ or Mslit MT THK 'ADV OOAT K" PWS Kilt NKWS ST l U.S. Doubl KuHsia's Proposal Of MeeUiig T"o Discuss Germany DETROIT. Mich Nov. 4. re than 12,000 workers ar It i'KoiKiilh Motor I'lai Ixvau %  '.vorki lapped -i Union Stewaid Company officials said lhat th< woman who was not lOsmtlfts} drives cam off the asM-mljl> In She STM said lo have slapped a oil), u.l on the cheek after h threatened to report her fo driving too fast The i ompany temporarily sus pcilded both Of Ihern Then othe driverstop|Hxl work and thQrm had to lay off a in nit 2 .(HI 1 wrrkers VesteTday, drivers walk %  it out ..i-.ori and ",is time thi Plymouth Company MM nMU 7,000 workers Thai nuaad lbs Brtu Mai i fartunng Company which *up plies Plymouth cars with l>odlc. lo lav off 3.300 mopi | —Hester C.uba And America Are Still Friends WASHINGTON. Nov 4. The United States. It was expected will reject Russia's proposal for a meeting of Big Four Foreign Ministers to discuss the Communist-drafted plan for urn fying Germany • Pinst its rjaparvnani announr< laaa last night that the Russian/ ' Offlee had on . c-nfoience between Brlum. the Ja ( K r!1 „ ori (lll Intemationsl quesstates. France and I | that the t Union in a note hande-' to %  %  • ,,„ humanitarian HAVANA. N The Minisii ll denied publishd ifporls thn* Cuban-American relations had cooled over a message sent by %  Prto lo Puerto Rkan %  Udl Mono, M.iini .-kIng pioteelion lor the lives of the leadei of lha abortlva revolt in p era Rioo The Mil 11 \ei %  .in. 11 .i % %  ..,i % %  .idancad Uie American Ami; Moscow, Admiral G Kirk. Admiral Kirk adrtsad the State Dtpartment that aha ll rig given to Bl Frenrh Ambassador* Btala Depji-tn.. Ill now have regarded the Praguci proposaJa as a Russian inspire?! iropaganda effort to block West-, ern plans for bringing Germany haw their Dafanos pltoa for Waabsn sasiill %  assaal. iMhsfJ ettan havi bt %  n ant on different American countries —Hruter Look oul for more RunPictures in Monday's "Advocate"*. A GOOD REPUTATION IS PRICELESS!! WIIETHKI; AS A HESULT OF STRAKillT DEAIJNOS WITH OUU KKI.I.OVV MEM, RELIANCE ON ONE'S WORD OK WIIETIIKK THE l)('AI.n"Y OK I'KODUCTS OEKKHEIl TO THE I'l'MI.IC IS HXACTI.Y AS THE SUPPLIERS CLAIM KOK Till .1 K. W. V. ARE PROUD Of THE EXCELLENT REPUTATION ENJOYED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD 11Y THEIR FINE PRODUCTS. "NOTHING BUT THE PRODUCT 01 THE "GRAPE ENTERS INTO THE PREPARATION "OF K.W.V. WINES" (IREAT ( ARE IS EXERCISED RY K.W V EXPERTS TO SEE THAT THE WINE STORED IN" THE K.W V CELLARS AM) THEN BOTTLED FOR EXPORT MAINTAIN THE HIGH QUALITY ON WHICH K.W.V. REPUTATION IS BUILT YOU CANNOT GET BETTER WINES THAN K. W. V. "-V


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TWO-YEAR-OLD WINS TRUMPETER CUF
Georgetown Strike
Ends After 3 Days
Governor Kefusea Requests
(From Our Ovm flirn|llriM|)
Ui-Uil^i^vWN, Nov. 4
JJOTTLES were thrown, ^ticKs and chairs bran
flushed as executive offices of the T.U.C. and
Federation of Government employees Unions
announced over loudspcaKeis to thousands oi
strikers that it was decided to end the strike and
resume work on Saturday.
Executive wart iKK*d. mooted attacked and driu:
out of Ihc Transport and Hiri S|ts Club erounds
wnoro tna redaraUor had sci up strike kcadquait.
inis mornini! worker* began i drift back to their jobs' and
by noon all services were in full operation.
I the Transport ground
FrMaj night motnr-
.' Y Bnadowting Housi.
ta rtialihaii
JaCkSOB, bmucl.-ust ,i
v.ilouy-witlr announcement, end
PO-S City
Council
Elections
POHT-OK-SPA1N, Nov. 4.
When Port-of-Spain wnt to the
polls yesterday, the Political Pro-
gress Group lost one seal on the
City Council, retained two and
field one supporter.
The Labour Party gamed a
seat in Belmont from the Carlb-
bean Socialist Party. T.L.P. Presl
dent Raymond Hamelamilh win-
ning (he northeastern ward,
formerly held by the Caribbean
Socialist Party, Bryan beating the
CS.Ks candidate Mm. Sylvia
Hunte and PC's C. B. Tywan);
in the closest light of Rv ward
elections
The PPG. lost the southeast -
em Mat, the outgoing councillor
1. Monsegue having btru beaten
by the newcomer Hamel Chryaos-
lom.
The P.P.G. stronghold In tha
northern ward P.P.G. candidate
Packer Hutchtnson returned un-
opposed, while P.P.G. also retain-
the southern ward with the
sr.
"ke and appealing to
orker* to resume work.
After the executives had left
the ground strikers remained
tO I'i'.iker after speaker
ru> were encouraging them R
"continue hr strike to the end."
The decision to end the strike
followed more than eight hours
Cnvenimen: one
Tl'f ,..mv... A1 II i
..,!!, |
i three requests, all being refuted OS
i nor. *nir tm was for the
amnesty of all who participated
In the strike which wa
i Mood wu for retro
pay from April 1 of
any m em MM th.ir may be granted
and the third for immediate re-
Uef in the form of an grit
luotcd frcm what-
ntl may follow deliber-
ation. ,.{ the Enquiry Coi
tha Governor.
nittee
in uf.Miig the last two, the
' ' pointed .,ut lhat it would
to judging beforehand the
Committee's findings.
The (I verrior. however.
retiring councillor Michael Lee- P?*rt ,hp, ,vipw '" "' Com-
niittei
iul'1 supply
Interii
lung re-elected practically unop-,
poaed. recommendation which might r*
The P.P.G. supporter C B.'acte Mathura had similar re-election * itrlkafl resume work, dock
in the western ward. labourers are still out and effort*
The Legislature yesterday se-l ere lielnn made to engage a rkele-
-ected Victor Bryan. Minister aft ton crew to remove perishable*
Agriculture and Alphonso James from the M.S "Hem-Ilia" from
from Tobago to represent Trlni- Amsterdam and the S.S. "Ama
Had at the forthcoming Went In-
dian Conference of the Caribbean
Commission orcnlng in Curacao on
December 8.
The Debate on the selection
took no minute*-. mostly over the
method r-f selection
The Conned abo nominate:)
Lennox C Hannay*. i nominated
member for one of the two WM
Indian eats on the Commission
(C.1M
General Assembly
Can Ignore Aggression
By MICHACL FRY
FLUSHING MEADOWS. Nov. i
The decision of the United Ne
lions to give the General Asatmhl
power to act directly .
aggression is generally regal le
here as the turning point in Unite-t
Nations history.
While some delegations eveil
outside the Soviet UM
still hold iloubts about
legality of yesterday's dacWon,
these have been overcome y :h i
pressure of world evei (
ll b
that the Charter of the Unit* I
Nation* as drafted at B
claco did not envisage givir.c .he
General Assembly any dint;
power to enforce the malntenam-.
>f International peace
This function wus bKh
reserved for the Securtl
working through Its MUltar) Stsfj
Committee and through such
)'..< as the Disarmament rt
sion and the Atomic Energy O
n;i-.sit n.Healer.
ura" from Liverpool which _.
Ived to-day Meanwhile lh.
ir *trtke whic"
had only iffected the East Coast
': Bank r"ate spread to
he West Bank and the West coart
'n- rtreas by Dr J. P 1,-ichmanslnnl'
lha Guiana T-tiitrin1 Worker
Union President.
CROSSROADS
BREAKS RECORD
>l/2 i< inioiigs In 1 Min. 9'/5 Sesi>
]yjR. A. CHIN'S two year old bay gelding Ci
Roads by Durnisk April Showers set a new
record time for the Trumpeter Cup by being tirst
home in 1.09 1/5 seconds over live and a half fur-
longs in the race for the Trumpeter Cup when the
schi' luled three day Autumn Meet of the Barbados
Turf Club opened at the Oarrisoji Srvaunah
yesterday.
m Holds carried 118 lba and wn< skilfully nHr|**n by
tackf) (>'Neil lo u convineifig win over the favourite,
Kinmp Flower. Mr Cyril BaUnnerd'i two ymr old brown
filly out of Burnim: Row-Rose.
Tht pM-vuuis baal Um f VM I 09>* set by the Hon. J. D. Chandler's Battalion by
Mntt'o Front-Pawkv in 1947.
The racing was keen and the
track dry and fast Thtft *nMS
Republican
Leader IHame*
Truman98 Policy
For High Casualty List
In Korea
NEW HAVEN. Connecticut.
\m i
American Republican leader
Harold E Stnssen in a strongly-
worded attack on the Truman
administration eharged to-ni^nt
that it had "cooled" the Chinese-
Communists with the result that
American troops were now lufTer-
Ink their highest casualties in
Korea.
In a national broadcast
Immediately after Mr. Truman
completed his election campaign
'iroadcast from St. Louis. Mis-
souri. Mr Stassen said -Tt OH*
iands of young American men
re locked in blotidy battle with
100.000 Chinese Communists in
the, rugged nwuntalM of Nora
Korea".
The Republican Presidential
candidate declared that American
oaiualUM this week were higher
ran in any a/teh ilnee the start
nf the Ko-ci.ii War.
"I solemnly charge thai this is
the direct and terrible result of
five years of building up the
Chinese Communists strength
the blinded bewildered
inn iK-an A rtatlp poUq
- ml national administration".
he continued. Iteuler.
President Truman
Tells Nation His
Aim Is World Peace
In Pre-Election Speech
ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. Nov. 4,
President Truman warned America to-night that "hart*
fighting still lies ahead in Korea in spite of the imlit.in
victories of the United Nations forces. He said lhat pro
gress was being made towards the fcoal of wnrld peace and
MCI Ibed American leadership In the United Nations to pui
down Communist aggression in Korea as the "grentest steji
towards world peace that has been made in my lif.-time.
TRINIDAD'S
HUNTIN' GIRLS

Own Co,
PORT <>i ,r \i\ Nov. X
Trinidad girls have laker
la liuiitlnc. Three ilrta lee
bv Mb* Mona Parha Itl)
weal an a banting Ir'n Is:
iit-iiM- bu*h Riled with n>.
and returned with a bai
nut ii,mi, ,,i ...,,r, M||d |
lUnt lxuana and Mtml
smilbr animaU.
Four Leave For
Emigration Talks
leaving yesterday afternoon f< i
Trinidad by B.W.IA. enroute *o
iho US were Sir George Seel.
K.C.M.G.. Head of Developmeo:
and Wcllarc in the West Indies.
Mr. F. L Walcotl, M.C.P.. M
B. S S llurrowcs, Ijilxiur Com-
missioner and Mr. Hayinond Rce
>-f the C. 1). and W. Secretariat.
They fom .< delegation from
U . n.W I to ih.e U S. with a view
i tOStering the employment of
. j Laava
this niornlnc for Nev/
I from there they will
i \. i.y *r.,in u> Washii.^ton.
Mr. A. V Nyran, Ann
r.twell lo see the
. elegation off as well as Mr. P.
Ihwltt Myrmg, Public Relation-
Adviser to C. D. and W.
Sir George heads the delegation.
wola Mr. Walcotl will represent
the B.W.I, territories In the Easl-
>in Caribbean. Mr. Burrowea will
net as adviser and Mr. Roe will
U> tin' Secretar\ The delegation
axpects to be back in Barbados
in iiq week.
- There, what did / tell
youthae SociatisU ain't
got no sense of humour,
we'd have made more
money outside the Carlton
Club I"
MQaal mwui iirttm,
fogliati Doing Well
After Operation
ROME. Nov. 4
The Italian Communist leader
Palmiro Togllatl got up for two
hours to-day for the first time
since he was operated on four days
ago for a double clot on his brain.
Doctors said he was "well on
the road to recover v."
Rf-ater.
OI I TO I >ih.i.aiio\ TALKS
'Chinese Within
100 Miles Of
!Tibet's Capital
i KALIMI-ONG. North) in India
I Nov. 4.
Chinese Cominun St In
todiy within 100 miles of Lhasa,
he Tlbataa capital
Liu Pu-Chen tin- em-ayd
Chinese general who led the
Communist sweep south to f**|l**ll
i:i the Chinese clvl"
rtpOt'tad in command of the troops
aivancing on Lhasa *hi
day captured the lortiess ol Qynt-
ads i" n| on the i
east of the Tibetan capital.
The fall ol Gyamda D/ong oil
BM snail Ixink of the Gyamdj
Hiver. Hie northern tributary of
the Brahmaputra, leaves a
terrain suitable for light vehicles
and jeeps in front of the main
Chin**e force.
According to authoritative
Tibetan sources here, an opposl-
IIOD group supporting 'he 14
year-old PBnchen Um:i and led
by two I*ft-wing monks took over
full control of the Tibetan Gov-
ernment In Lhasa as the Dalai
l.imii who claims temporal leader-
ship left. The opposition group
had been demanding land reform
in Tibet
K-ut-i
1 The President was speaking In
the only radio and television
Is to make on bohah'
of his Democrat Psrty before
next Tuesday's Congressional
lections.
Th. United Staws was now on
the right road to peace through
co-operation between free nation .
I .. T ntsst stay on that road.
In 1980 we took tha wron:
road the road away from peso
That was when Isolation hn kept us out of the League ol
Nations.
The President whose speech
was being broadcast over nior
than 1.200 radio and teaevtsto
.tmlons declared "Since 1 be-
came President In 1IM5 I have
worked constantly bat
peace. That Is my great ambitlo-i
and with Ood's help I think JM
nrf making progri'" toward i
that goal"
Moral Revival
'This n
nythlng
MB. A. . NYREN, Assaflaaa Vtaa Coasol shakai Bauds with Mr. E. 8 8 Burrowea a wnbar of tha
Labour dslagafon ahUck Uft Bubadoa yaratrday fMrnoon for tha U 8 Sir 0*ats 8*| heads tha satsajsCaa. Mr. T. L. Walcott. M.O P sod Mr. Rsyskood Boa th* ether atssabars of tha
All Quiet In
Puerto Rico
Men Vote Today
SAN JirAN, PUERTO RICO
November 4.
Puerto Rico's women voters
went to register to-day at 1.600
Different places on the island in
tlie most peaceful day since the
Nationalists* revolt against
American rule started.
Mr. Samuel R. Qulnotes, Presi-
dent of the Senate, said "this I*
an indication that our people are
determined to show that we sre
b a eivihsed community based on
a democratic structure which can
be solved with votes instead ol
bullets"
The women registered M a
i) t" the referendum lo
be held on June 1 next year by
which the people of Puerto Rice
j.t or reject the United
State;.' proposals giving them the
right tn draw up iheir own con-
md form their own
constitutional Government. If th-1
majority accept the proposal, s
i onventlon will be called to draft
I Constitution for Puerto Rice
The Bill providing for these
was signed by President Truman
on July 3. Men win ratfsu^r
tomorrow.
There ware uu reports of any
distcrbanoM utrouftaoart to-day. I
ition has rwVM dM
more important lo
peace than it did Hu lummc;
B/lMn M lOOh leader-lop in III"
United Nations to put down
aggression in Korea.
"Even though some hard tight-
in* still hes ahead, our men haj
ilread) won a tremendous military
vi. lory in Korea.
"But they have done a gren
deal more than tliat. They hav
brought about moral and spirltua
irvival among all men Who SOM
iravduin and peace By Ut*l'
Nacrillces they have brougn
n.or >il and spiritual revival
among all men who sock lree.t,
.i.d peace. By their sacrifices
lha] o ivo brought new Ufa and
-irength to the United Nath
Truman said some Kepubli
leaders had joined with him In
Maintaining a bipartisan foreign
policy, but others had tried
make that policy a partisan
political Issue.
Republican leolatlonlsU wh
were running for the election
wanted the United States to shut
itself off from the rest of tin;
world and abandon friends .aid
aloes.
"Any sensible man knows
that such course would be an
upen Invitation for Communls'.
imperialism to gobble up th1
rest of the world.
If that should happen th
iliuied States would be left alone
'o face the threat of Common
.iggrofcMon.Heater
Reds Take
Wonni
In Driv4> To Capital
By WILLIAM PAKROT
Wilh Kighth Arm) II v
IB k. raa, Nov. 4
North Korean and Chinese Com-
munists were believed tn-iughl to
have captured Wbnni on the
Chongchon River in iht-ir nerce
ffenslve aimed at breaking
through the United Nations line
lo Pyongyang.
South Koreuns protecting the
vital road and railway running
south from Wonni to the formei
nunist capital. 55 miles south,
reported stundini; fast arouixi
Kuiimioii. Bv miles from Wonni
The Klfth Army Air Force said
pilots strafed Wonni this after-
noon writooui posatlTs rtsntlta. An
American army source said flght-
taking place Just south ot
the town and also to (he west with
South Korean Sixth ami
Seventh Division* engaged alone
their entire tn.ni
lists' frontline strengl.
in this area was *ttmatcd at abou'
two regiments A break-through
al Wonni would threaten t.> cui
iff United Nation*' For..
f the Cfcongohoo n ni
NinelH>n miles further wesl an-
oUun Ooiamunbri attaea wasstrlk-
lU I I .d the American 2411
Diviviom iiintii gad asuH nr i-.tk
chon. It was apparently aimed id
Amu mi CMongchon. inland turn
Port Sinanju wheie II.
; .m wei, :..l t,
he preparniK to hold the l.nd(i-
head OVM the nvei
in Tokj ;." Arihur*i
United Nat .in:
arlthdrawala had inn complete1
with "rrore or I-
th.n--'
The e has dellnitelv Iximi n-
pnk-through" poaaatnan said
H ing aiui reoiganlMtki
/ere going on vet Llsfactorl
N." ime strongpolnti would b
tad for defenie and as tjumpliuj
IT DOtrltS, the spokesman add<
Itnii'l forui'i your gnes*
nay win m mo See Mon
ill' 's "Advocate".
Ki'-nli At A ( pI;i iict-
I'lKST I1A1
USaJW iH-14..
IIIIKIi KM*.
roiKTH m\
i lh I ll SACS
...... iWIMarl
i.i.-n.,. 1.4, \. r.. nil, l .....O. I
aixTN aars
tUm. Ilnwrr iHalatarl
*-.....- Ihllkrll.
ivrsTH nAi r.
""" iO""tlI-
Mai. \.. (t*a>a>at|
I I .11 I n .. i
i ..i.i Stark iNllarn
- Ua> ! .....Ir..
Not :
I United Nations F<
imitted to battle
Rrutr
\\ omuii's Slap
Guises 12,000
\\ orken To Sirikt*
/NDONfS/ArVS
STORM AMBON
DWAKAHTA. Nov
The InoVMSsdan Gknwrnawsiri
nounced loday that iroops had
(tormad into Dm bit) of Ambon
capital ol ratal South Moluceal
!< public Kiitry int<> Ambon catM
live "i'ks after the Indonehlan
aovernmant basjan Ihatf military
.ictlons aktainst South Molucca's
Island which pioil.ilir.ed i'^ Indje-
pendonea m Ajuii
The liidom i i inimander Ul ,
charge of Ambon operalions. Col I1'1"
Kaamaransj, reportad today that
lha Indonesian n lUoaa) Mag was I
UJifurlad over Ainlion Itv at noon '

\ toverrunaol communlqua did
nut say whether all opposition In
Ambon bad
hops thai Ihi 'Ami>on problem"
would bo anishad and m
would come to an end
Hesiter
no major upsets and eon*
the ltettiru Force:, vt .n.i I'.ni-
Mtttuasa paid
mail dividends
The highest forecast OU
f $30 84 was paid lo the punter
ho placed Crossbow April
Flowan In that order in the Sa-
.ii'. sh Lodge Stakes open Onto
horses clamdlled "** and "F2.1,
Tha I'an-Mutucls' best dividend
.is $11 L'4 paid on Harroween as
"inner in the Autumn StsUMI
? :.| Stand I'tIm-s renched
high as the $323 mark but
ever reached the gtton mark
'.vice the rive hundred Itf'nie
* ad, ihi- four hundred
four times and the three hundred
and two hundred onee
lli.|.|er was ii.i
ful |oekey ye^tci'l.i- Me scored
the hat-trick in piloting home the
first three winners In succession
these include i (he 1"ii'*
St KitLs enl v Mi f | Bvnoe's
If-bred bay tiiu Du |
showed a clean pair of hoof* to
a Held of twelve In the Bridge-
town Stakes fin hOrSSI I.e sifted
i" .ind lower
Ills other two winner: were the
bay gelding Crossbow
N M Innis-' day msre Eliza-
bethan
Jockey O'Ncll and Jockey
Wilder rode two arlnnn i i
and Crossley scored the other
Hon. V C Gale
inner to score two wins and the
.IJier six wen- h ii'' I I ^' .e 'n n .
'i.iinets
Captain C. E Rni-on led tha
t Band In a |
rangeil from the overture to
ll........f Seville"
throunh Waldt.nfel -Christmas
'
. Time
The Meet continue- On Thurs-
mbor 9 which is a pub-
lie holld iv. The first rao
n ii i.3Q
[>rl .11.
pse 4
IHI, Tllf. \IIVIH All.
Till NBWfl
Kins I1U DsUJ or Mslit
mt THK 'ADVOOATK"
PWS Kilt NKWS
ST
l
U.S. Doubl KuHsia's
Proposal Of MeeUiig
T"o Discuss Germany
DETROIT. Mich Nov. 4.
re than 12,000 workers ar
It i'KoiKiilh Motor I'lai
Ixvau '.vorki
lapped -i Union Stewaid
Company officials said lhat th<
woman who was not lOsmtlfts}
drives cam off the asM-mljl> In
She STM said lo have slapped a
oil), u.l on the cheek after h
threatened to report her fo
driving too fast
The i ompany temporarily sus
pcilded both Of Ihern Then othe
driver- stop|Hxl work and th-
Qrm had to lay off a in nit 2 .(HI1
wrrkers VesteTday, drivers walk
it out ..i-.ori and ",is time thi
Plymouth Company MM nMU
7,000 workers
Thai nuaad lbs Brtu Mai i
fartunng Company which *up
plies Plymouth cars with l>odlc.
lo lav off 3.300 mop- i |
Hester
C.uba And America
Are Still Friends
WASHINGTON. Nov 4.
The United States. It was ex-
pected will reject Russia's pro-
posal for a meeting of Big Four
Foreign Ministers to discuss the
Communist-drafted plan for urn
fying Germany
Pin- st its rjaparvnani announr-
- < laaa last night that the Russian/
' Offlee had on .
c-nfoience between Brlum. the Ja(K,r!1ori (lll Intemationsl ques-
states. France and I | that the
t Union in a note hande-' to .. ,, humanitarian
HAVANA. N *
The Minisii. ll
denied publishd ifporls thn*
Cuban-American relations had
cooled over a message sent by
Prto lo Puerto Rkan
Udl Mono, M.iini .-k-
Ing pioteelion lor the lives of the
leadei of lha abortlva revolt in
p era Rioo
The Mil
11 \ei .in.11 .i ..,- i.idancad
Uie American Ami;
Moscow, Admiral G Kirk.
Admiral Kirk adrtsad the State
Dtpartment that aha ll
rig given to Bl
Frenrh Ambassador*
Btala Depji-tn..
Ill now have regarded the Praguci
proposaJa as a Russian inspire?!
iropaganda effort to block West-,
ern plans for bringing Germany
haw their Dafanos pltoa for
Waabsn sasiill assaal.
iMhsfJ
ettan havi
bt n ant on different
American countries
Hruter
Look oul for more Run-
Pictures in Monday's
"Advocate"*.
A GOOD
REPUTATION
IS PRICELESS!!
WIIETHKI; AS A HESULT OF STRAKillT
DEAIJNOS WITH OUU KKI.I.OVV MEM, RELIANCE
ON ONE'S WORD OK WIIETIIKK THE l)('AI.n"Y
OK I'KODUCTS OEKKHEIl TO THE I'l'MI.IC IS
HXACTI.Y AS THE SUPPLIERS CLAIM KOK Till .1
K. W. V.
ARE PROUD Of THE EXCELLENT REPUTATION
ENJOYED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD 11Y THEIR
FINE PRODUCTS.
"NOTHING BUT THE PRODUCT 01 THE
"GRAPE ENTERS INTO THE PREPARATION
"OF K.W.V. WINES"
(IREAT ( ARE IS EXERCISED RY K.W V
EXPERTS TO SEE THAT THE WINE STORED IN"
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EXPORT MAINTAIN THE HIGH QUALITY ON
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TAGE TWO
SUNDAY VDVllATE
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it can
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IN A
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Cecil B. DeMille s Masterpiece

M^lZ.l TUKATRE
----------------HIIIIM.I I OW\----------------
To-morrow's Lecture
'pHE REGIME of Governor
X Reid. 1H8-1846," will be the
tubject ul the lecture given by Mr
II. A. Vaughn at tho Museum v
marrow at 5 p.m. The lecture be-
where Sir Robert Schom-
gk's History ends and will.
ihvrclure, be ul great Interest.
Spent u Week in Canada
MR. DONALD EDGHIIX who
was in the US. on business.
;::. a week's holiday In Canada
before reluming to Barbados. He
rrived by air. _
Mr. and Mrs. "BILL'' ROBERTSONoff to the l' S
GLOBE
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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1950
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGE THREE
D'ysa Like Konanrr Four Went On Gardening Hints
Best In A Blue lover Mystery Trip f or AfflateilTS
By J.P.W. MalUlieu, M.P. IN CARGO SHIP
t li
At The
Samson And DelilaJi
C. B.
STEPHEN MOGRiDGE, fitSSB-
ber of the august Bookseller,-
Associatiori, sometimes has to d >
work which u rjetieath his dig-
nity, especially when his villa*
bookahop ii visited by a cow.
But the service he give*
cow is no teas engagingly person- *V ./
al than the sarvic; he gives hi, EUcHetty
When Air. J. T. Haynes gen-
eral manager of Wessex DivUion
Southern Gw Board, went from
Poole. Dorset, to Newcastle, in
ifje gas undartakWi
II gave him aa idea.
Whv not * holiday "myar>'*
With hi*, wife and Mr
Gadsrtori. general i
ib-ai
l ...am
-The Gardening
keeping up a garden in Bar-
bados many gardeners are un-
certaia of the right time U> do
the various garden jobs, such us
the sowing of seeds, putting in
cuttings, manuring, and cutting
Southern l>ack etc- Someuaaes the mistake
-rid Mrs 11 made of thinking that in thl*
customers; and the dry-humuui ,;Bawlon>' ^ 5 just returned land of perpetual Slimmer any
*'-i.d*tcr'p'>?" omer,,. from a thr,*-week holiday on time for these jobs will do This
salesman, and others who visit !,-- Britiah cargo able the 14 not so however, and aitnougn
him make hia book. Talking p^heeo we have not the four definite
Shop- (Lutterwurth Press. -. 1^. ^ cWj wiUiout know- seasons of Northern chmstes. yei
d.). a continuing delight lfu, whc ,| % were going. Toe the
'Book Thieves-. -Mad Custom-
ers." "I Want a Book," "Author;
and then- Relations"the chap-
ters are self-oontiuricd. You can
pick them at will, without spoil-
ing the whole book. Yet becnus,-
iptatn got his orders
1 cargo from port to port
4.500 Miles
at*
FOR the past thir Cecil B. de Millo has con-
centrated the majority of I1 efforts in the field ol Mm
production on the specUcu..n and the magnificent, with
mammoth settings and cast* running into thousandsl Of
these productions, stories (rom he Bible and tales of Bibli-
cal character have predominated, probably because they
lend themselves to vast expanses of scenic splendour, color-
ful costumes and terrific easts.
?e^e?o^yr.^.igt.tru?^rewlpSs ? feathers from 'nosefsbu-
Theatre, show.* itself to be rich >" *<< ' s,,^hu"
Aim material with iU various '*"\. ?* XJET'-sr ?tit.
are" just's, dennl* * &S2fifSSb* ^^JS^^
i^os when these jobs c^,^nerfaken fr^rVthe book convmc.ngly shown and the
... Barbados
should be done. This has
found out over the passage
, _, oppress.*!
of Judges, chapters 1316
episodes are closely
these
-tion moves at
fairlv
Tho four trjvelle~s lived on
crew's rations and ware cissi-
Mogrldffe Is .1 skilled writer, ant pletely eul oh" from the world
leeause he is writing about There were no newspapers and
somethktg ho knows and love*, no wireless broadcasts to hear
tiecause ol jamming by m<
yeses" by" esjierienced" gardener.. ^ou_h",t u Wious"'thst a great Th,f background music of Vic-
snd to be guided by this expert- ", irnaBinnllon has bee.. In- '7 Young is highly effective and
nee In managing the. garden will ^ w, Blorv_ ,. places final emphasis on the
jusv that" difference be-
1 success and failure.
details of which are
ly lacking. Be that 1
>nspieui
it may, the
and
and lurbu-
the book is
complete wnole.
Romance In Blue
MOGR1DGE. at the beginning
U forced by Ill-health to
live In a seaside village and la
find some new way of earning ,t
living: and, steadily through tho
pages, you see how he comes to
master the trade of bookselliiv
which he had chosen alrao;*
haphazardly.
But while you will learn some -
thing about bookselling and mar
The tnp covered
Among the ports visited
Bilboa. Cadiz. Valencia. Barce-
lonn. Tarragona, Gibraltar and
LagM L E s
It may be said that Nevesnber result ahowa painstaking ear* I
- ,- ft? LeginiuTig of the garden- research, and from the point
4.500 miles ."^Hn Barbados. Bv Novem- view of pageantry and spectacle.
SFs*= Sf'lh. rainy season is over ** -gn^cenc. f .,, M.n can-
-&mm4 in 1 in
ItUsiri ~
Dead Woman's
Kidney Lives
..ens and cuttings
should be planted, and the gar
neii cycle at*rt-- once more. It '
the Spring or the year fo
bados
not be ouestioned
The cast has been chosen with
an eye to portraying the suitable
Bl1* physical characteristic Thus we
have Hcdoy Lama re as he sedi
tive temptresswhose
re even more apparent
The Globe Theatre is also pre-
senting a Caribbean premiere
SWOHU IN THE 11ESEHT',
rdatstj unfortunately. 1 was un-
r jlc to see. Neither was It possi-
ble for me to see the film showing
charms i the Enipui"STEl-J-A", so in
Tech- ixith instanoas I will quote from
A d
CHICAGO, Nov S
I woman's kWney which
triinsplaiited into a once
about Mogndge from this book, doomed woman's body on June 17
you wfll learn most of all about U functioning. ""Wns who per-
yourselves. formed the unprecedented oper- been ft
ntlon reported on Friday
One of Mogridge's customer'
always wants him to choose hei TheU taat ha\-e Indicated, how-
a "nice romance in a blue cove-* vr, .,;,- ty activity below par
Blue covers ure always the best." -i||U ihc> add that conclusions are nov
Another wants Westerns frflkn- otasasssarlly withheld until there Is Tno,
out women in them.
Aunts and Uncles
more
graft.
.'idenee of pcrmanenry of jor
such
In the following table there
rSLs? wiuSl \houV' be' don* nlcolot than USUfll" tt lh,' V"^ Amencan itviewtn as", guide.
^thfA vesTr Of blnd VKlor Molur' S""' A st.rnng melodransa. based on
^tfEEL SS S.v.Ser tob son ' ,ne "n*ncent physique ,,. JewUih n.l British eonflict m
.rsauwrearenumy other_jobs CprUlnl>. (rom lhe ^^,,1 anfll, P-W,lm m 1M7 ** Uw
these two screen celebrities are disembarkation of a group of
top choice, but their handling of jlUii refugees un the Palestine
their roles histrionically, u not go ,oast and their eflorls to escape
incing This may be due to thai eflUient and iclenUes. Ilrltiah
direction or dialogue, both of patrols with the aid of the Jewish
which I fell to be too modern in underground. Their capture by
tone In several places espres- (h* British, and ultimate libar-
den Year sions are used such as "What ation by force from the enemy*
would my wife say?" and "I wish camp on Christmas Eve. aie told
UK' JAN you'd. I'** at me like that" m a series of Impassioned
the three months whjch are obviously aio Uun^ but Bstruencesj The acting is eli>queni
KteWf IMPROVED
ODEX SOAP
O Gels tkin really tkin
O Beilthts nnplratloi oeeer
Lum body teett ite daiity
f I Odes r-akrs a dwp aSSSSjjBSJ laihrr that
* / 11 mild and sr" A ilailyliaih* OgSBIto Bsssdiar tjmn *
AVOID OFFENDING-USE ODEX
THE MODERN
DRESS SHOPPE
r'tfff IM
qualil H 1 si
that it will be necessary
.1 garden throughout the year
but to plant. cuV back, and ma-
nure at the right time meanf
that a good foundation from
garden.
The Garden Year
M>*CE customers, like the
An operation that
iiedical science to a
obviously
a annual aeeds 111 boxes '"blicul. and reek of the twentieth .,,id tin* cUractlOD powerful "PS
Snopdragoi..' Phlox. ,;*",ut>1: """W *"erfche J"*! >""'" ly lorceiul is Maria Toren.
hrt Pinks. Candytuft. Sweet Ab/S r^en blinded and during hUshor undSTgrouno broadcaster. A.s
^USS ^un>, Asuratum. CaDJopsls. Ver- 2MU?I"'* '" ?"*** l'^L^t *" -"*". " P*"f "-
frontier ,___j m.-^.^i... Dwi%.n;D Mr Mature s acting was more in standing; as persuasive drama, it;
TAKK ADVANTAGE OF
TUKSK LOW PRICES
BKASSII IU s ?M
In lenrme only. Si/cv H3R
all day long '
All I Ml K
IViMIIS 4.4.
While. Pink. Itlue.
Uriels.xmall mediiiiii & L*rgc
cholrboT who set his heart Is a succe**ful transplant of the EMl_,J g prepare the gar- character C01 the other hand, wisdom "might be mieniunod at
an an Illustrated Bible and work- whole human organs and was des-
ed at any aort of odd Job after cribed in the Journal of the Amerl-
school until he had saved the can Medical Association
necessary lfia., are obviously
pleasure to serve.
Some must bo loathsome, like
the woman who said: "I haven't
got a Bible In the place. 1 sup-
pose I ought to get oneI mean, -
it's one of those thingi you're
supposed to have In the house,
like a bottle of brandy.''
Worst of all must be the Aunls
arsd Uncles who try to browbeat
the booksellers into buying and
displaying large quantities of
their nephew's first novel
On the whole, children seem
to be the best customers, be-
cause they know what they want
and ore so obviously delighted
when they get it But after read-
ing of the blackmail ch'ldre-i use
on parents. I shall hesitate over
again to be present in a bookshop
when my own children are there.
Ail this and mar* of the un-
explored humours, trials, and
pleasures of bookselling, arc
woven into "Talking Shop". But
what I liked best of all was the
description of the quarterly meet-
ing of the local branch of the
Booksellers' Association.
'Bloodsuckers'
f} appears that the mam
problem of each meeting is
to And something to put into the
minutes which will be read at
the next meeting.
There are lengthy silences.
Then somebody opines that all
publishers are bloodsuckers, and
at once the meeting roar* to life
If you like seeing others good-
liuinyuredly debunked, and can
take a Uttlo debunking your-
selves, you will enjoy "Talking
Shop,"
L.E.S.
The human guinea pig Mrs
Howard Tucker. 44. reports that
she feels flue and is able to carry
un her usual household ac'ivlties.
CP>
CMS S.VORO [7-r7TTTTTTr
' -r -frr
/1 & #
rJ-H
r j-m-
r hi 1 \
CMlt seedlings and generally ge. r!.-, canri-f, . ,_ h-Jmne wit 1
show ot ths nexi An mrlr n m pUuitinu "ound m ui entirely diRen-nt
Mdt memi. that the Brdw gru "deme and alnwtt In a diOUen
the fuU bwWIi of tha monlhi t ',. "> the othei oharactera. ------
annual weather It alao Hive, time w.Ul w that hu performance ,rn. ,
tor the re-sowtng ot any (allures, f "\ mejitoraule one. Btonde ;,e|.f
and o, roond crop. .or. thoj. ^.^'^ S? ,$!$.
time Men of active good
n both aides have lost then
m this struggle
-Slrllu-
short lived annuals which
not outlast the season.
During these months put in
cuttings of Verbena. Pinks, Snap-
rtrafon, Pentas.
FFBKIAKY. MAKCH. APRIL
Continue to plant out seed-
lings, and generally care
The story of thu fllm de-U
.-h the accidental death at a
chronically drunken
lose relatives neeretl>
iry him on the ipot, and then
oeeod to Identify every
end ah, certainly a lusciou. .^^b,,, tyo^y in the morgue
raature but once again the ihen nnsslng uncle, when thi
twentieth century rears its head. dtg0fWtr hls ,M,oo insurnn
and I am convinced it Is due to l(|icy
the dialogue and the rather large opUOtu ou thi tllm ure d
variety of accents encountered. Vlded The majority of the e
The settings in Technicolor arr
magndlcently earrle vuwers agree that "Zaiiy sltua-
llonj completely dbassociated
g oft I would have liked the Temple of fr"ml reality spring from the
SMUSS aniyaee?Pod!. gS Dagon to have looked a kittle JJgJj %*&* ^
manuring the annuals lightlv more weather beaten and the bril- *"" nrothers-in-Uw In this
twice dlrlna their life 5Jne armour ot the Philistines to out and out farce about a corpse
Zt^^i^^taSSBd^^ *"* " ^ts and conventional emoUojis goby i-
scratches as souvenirs of battle.
Flower* Delilah's costumes are gorgeous
Doubl
i*
avhasJ p oroKap sbm u
1* well *>.*;_ t !
-------iwnuni .. _.
. r-iT uimarll. it)
Id all lubss. fl>
ifl trint. Ill
, l ,v uft ot *i 11
i;..'i t-.Hoienl Iroai Iha aa ra II
Kitrrrae. Ul
Iiim4 iiver mu "
itaaai
hi
141
s aailor. lb)
ill it snail 1&1
r Rind ot aim <>!
rum a airoaioaa. ij
Wrii> dons i* lbs answtr ,.u
*-mv rtai.a nt It Jl ,
-i-ii or tioftinau 1*1
'Ml > "in. iti uuolta 111
11- a la.l nil's. {())
Id. rttartM. tei
ave tad us. 161
tic coanpanr. |gi
. .1 iMHiHi posata. *wi
': HIS ^'
1 rriDoaM: T. Da*: V
.naaao in OMIN: 14 gaaa>a: 11
; may
from April on.
Cut back King of
Pride of Barbados.
Polnsetta. CorallU. Hlbiscut..
Camartensis.
MAT. JPWE. JULY.
Clear beds of dying annuals.
Alianure and re-make beds in
preparation for replanting, fur
the rainy season. This Is tho
time to plant Zinnias, Bachelor'-
Button, Yellow Pea, Cannas.
Coreops.s, Coleus, Laiplns. Tltho-
nla. Red and Blue Salvia.
Plant out Chrysanthemum
*uckers. Plant young trees, start
Hedges.
ARTIE'S HEADLINE
Al'GL'ST.
sErr
OCT.
Continue tb plant out Chry-
santhemum suckers durin-,
August. Cut back Bougainvillae.i.
Double Corallta, and Slngl"
Polnsetta (in August) plant
Geranium Cuttings. Zinnia seed*
planted by the 1st of November
will be bearing by Christmas.
Get seed boxes ready. x
END OF GARDEN YEAR.
/./. ll't find-rscagi rrtag se the tfrssteii ,l,n, a venwinr (tuei-l.tr." r an till 10 fi-f.OW
board as Uncle Joe's hastily-
planted body is irreverently ex-
pl'oled at every opportunity for
the sake of money The picture
Is WrII-paced and competently
acted, with David Wnyne out-
standing as the prototype of all
the .-.hiftleas brothers-in-law of
modem COSMdv.N Other review-
ers feel thai the ethie.il values
of this fllm r<- not only dmiblful.
buf in some Inslances. Ignort-d
On the .';ime programme with
"Stella" Is the documentary tllm
The Holy Yimi ni'.o- which had
bagfl Mleased with the [H-iriiL-
slon of Hia Hullneas Iha POM
end it is obviou- thai this film
will be of particular Intcnst
Sioefl If No Holes
m-ni.KY
Dudley poUet will lx- aDawad t
wear shoes luatcad of boots next
summerif they have no holes In
the heels of th.ir socks
The Dudley Chief Constable
Charles W Johnson, so ruled after
an appeal by the local branch of
the Police Federation I N.S.
If you know the secret of keeping flowor-fmah in
tetniwratumt that make other w.anasi wilt, you -ill be
the centre tsfnttrn<>ti<>n. luis is tile >weret. Sliowar your-
aeli with iiu.hii.tii- lloiH(uel Taivuiu Powder idW your
bath.yotir awiio. You'll reel it ah kin with
aatiiimiKititluierw | gooskssj and fnwliiiiing you like a
perfuniii Ih-Icii broexo wherever you are. wlutievar you
ao. atvery uuui u ill adon> (lie fmgnuiee of your proaenoe.
For it will be 11,* fragrance ..f (^aalunere Uoutjuet tho
fragratuo men love.
Cashmere Bouquet
TALCUM POWDtR
COIGUI 'IsMOLI'l-MII CO.
IS THERE SUCH A THING AS
PERFECT
WOMANHOOD ?
No"--claim inrdlrnl autliorlUes. who ought to
know' Naturr ha< so iumtrurtrtl and phvol-
rally endowed woman that In many cases shea
apt to suffer ri-nain dlalretuuiiu symptouu.
durliiri lier life Pur instance, wlnn she eutera
WiMiiMiihuodor during the menopause, the
p.iii-1 .inn i.iuin ebbs away
Now If on "eartalB daya* of the monthfa-
male functional nn>iiihl> dlatuiUanrra are
cauilnu ton t<> mlTer from pain, nervous dla-
trevi and frrl mi tired, cranky, vou snap at
four rhil.ir.*n .m.| hu.l-aiid--thrn do try l.ydla
V. 1'ini.hi.iii Vfffetable ("mi-mi.ii u, relieve
toon rnnton 1 s rummi< rut on* punnar.
Mnd- ESPEaAlLY Far Oirit tsssi Wemon
Pink hum s Cem.xiund dobs star than relieve
gut h monthly imln It Also relieved aceom-
pan>Huf nervous tension, trrttabllily and wrsk.
hlul^uuni: in ;iiii hrn due In this cause.
Taken regularly thruout the month this
great mediiiiii- lielpa build up resistance
.i-f.T..' MU ll Mill, A 11JIIK Hli) "ll-llili
woman should want to dot
Lydla Plnkham's Cund Is also very
aaTeoUVS tturli.wliot iiiuhra and those tunny.
embarrassliig feelings durlnx the yuan 38 to
52when due to the fuuttloiial middle-age'
period iieeullar to womrn
Hinkha.
; Comp-iund
K.WSIIt Alt!
SILK MIMklM.s
Regular Sl.lj per pair.
Spei i.il otTer. nil sues
nvuilahle
ItallW* mm io>
VKvr* ->r..r.i|.00
iine iiualitv ciiltnii
\ Hal aamak
PLASTIC hi in
TUjS 2.K
III 111) un.: in.ild. (iilours
I'l.ASIK 111 Mi.
u,\us 2..,o
SJinuliler straps. I'nder-arm.
Ilnndle Styles, in assorted
colours
AIM Sill. SI.II'S
SJ.Ki
j in all airea. Ten Rsm- only
| I.AItll S' FELT
SIIIM'IMS $1.73
All colours available
pi on.iii i: i inns
AH M ITS
90..13
Only sizes 323u'
THEIR good look" tell yon they're /war rig/if.
You know, too, when you look at the price
tag, that vou ran't get finer value. Illustrated
is a Tan Plain-front Oxford. Tied to every
pair is the John White i .uarantee Shieldthe
ign ftUgfc means juU rigkl'! Ixwk for it in
leading stores in Barbados.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right
BY B.O.A.C. CONSTELLATION
IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.W.IA
Regular Bp flfty-ane Ooautri'a oa all sis
roatiaeota m-.m that lew
journeys are tee far, orad take
too long.
No tin* or ..Haa fnr aosBfort
Hi..t raflacu BO.A.<"i 31 year-
old UadiUoa ef Kpeedt>ird Ser-
vice and aiparlaafs.
ORT THI.RL SOONRR 1 BTAY TBRRB LOKQBR t
From Barbados to 1 Plying Time RIngstea by B.W.I.A. .. 1 6% Bra. I.onden . | | pay i" Hi* Plights | Return Fare
Weekly t 1 | IU.(Ml 1 1.467.00
rope sad South America

B.O.AC. TAKES OOOD CARE OF YOV
Book through uour local
BX>A.C. Appointed Agnt
who makes no charoe for f f 1/ ft f\ m -
adtrtce, m/ormarion or boo*- fr f f #r K'lhnF
Inpi by "SpeedMrd" to alt + V U ft L
fix continents.
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COMPOUND
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swi v 11 us R2.50
Krduri'd fruiii $3.60
4&\i
l drewm I danced
the Charleston
in.my
LAIMIS III | IS
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Also tilhfr aaaorlrd lu'lts
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4ft
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otto.\ wash
IIHMKS SI ,00
Sizes :W41. A fine
assortment i choosv from
'DreamiBH backwards -Uist
me back lo the torrid '20s. Same
akirt, tsntr^ step...oaf I hovt
I9S0 faure! It's lovely, lifted
rounded hnes for me... and
maUiuesa Maidenfuroi lit shapes
me up perfectly. Haven't you
dxeansed ol a . like thu ?" -
II tu ' dream u1 a fi|nre."*ou1l want Maidsalom" bras.')
Mm,.,, : Maidtalunn-i Ma.denclle*. Jasi one ol a seat -l.-ues.
CeauifMi Ma.dm(. .(in UaantrM art made valx in lb* .
UahedSUttaof Ane(H hupplm liaiiud Uk rsirs osij
I rv'" la.oiiieMaidseiora. bra.'
TWf ie'a QTlatdm JfMm'&fZiTJTloo of rigur**
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HLOlSfcS. PYJAMAS,
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ut (he ino-i reasonable pricaa
in Town.
THE MODERN
DRESS SHOPPE
Hr.uid Sln-ct.


PAGE FOt-B
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1S5
W.I. CRICKET BOAKI)
ON THE SPOT
Decisions May No! Be Legal
By O. %. tlH'I'IN
Racing Detail* RACING RESULTS whither crossroads?
O AT fi.\KM.Ml.N -IVANNAH. SVTUtDAY. NOVKMBU 1. ltM Tw< Will- lllil'. Tims' Rl'ttt
FIRST DAY
HKST RACE
AVANNAH. VI1 KDAY. NOVCMBKE 4, ltM
TRACK: firm
I
II;k bOARD at M.magement of the Barbados
cket Association at their meeting last wnk unani-
xpresscd iU grave concern over the affair?
&T
SECOND EACE
Autumn Suites
Nan Tudor was scratched,
leaving a Held of seven. They got
off to a good start, and at the
i race was between H-i -
, Bo.rd of Con.ro,. -p* K^TjS^iJSSJt!
dally witn the disbursements, allocations and olher off first and lead trie held a little,
in connection with the profit* derived from she was quickly overtaken by
recent tour of England * .'aim, but the laitor failed
In addition to this, a resolution, moved by Mr. J. W. B. Chenery. ' ''" "* '"J^iEST" K.T
pointed out that since doubts hav. :,.e legality of the KirSsiS "* horn cRiSi had
Wast Indies Cricket Board of Control in appropriating to itself pushed to second place was m
24,000, monies earned as a result of successful tour of the West naif a length ahead of Ability
India* cricket team 11J50, and Investing these monies by trustees, the (M "."nialeaj,
Barbados Board had therefore moved that proper steps be taken
seek clarification ..[ t;.. pa* uuarters.
NO SV.MI'AXIIV Brighton Slakes
HAVE ansolutel, .....ympalh, will. Ihe Barbados CAM autbar- ofm.'jff 'irSn, *g
* llles In the matter since I have been arguing now for Um pert K.tia for this meeting, snatched
flve years that the meetings of the West Indies Cricket Board of the ra
Control should be publicised and that ihelr acUons In the interest.-, or **** r'" "" Jud' '' **** Thc
otherwise of West Indies iricke*. should be considered in the lull light lamtM
of public opU'ion. Scratrhed
Although 1 agree wholeheartedly with Inc prlndpil tol nrhjaflb As thsB uo! oft. II.<
the Board of Management of the Barbados Cricket Association i> IfiHl Crossley) and Vixen
now fighting, yet 1 cannot help but feel that bl ihe> gad the *hei gggH (P^FlcJche:TwaJfmn-
responsible member colonies of the West Indies Cricket Board ol rung thud when the held reach-
Control had taken action as definite and strong as this long ago the 'd the do I > teasing
situation with regard to the control of West Indies cricket would not [Y(^''u0^0"^; '".'mL"1?^!
liave worsened until it has now reached a stage comparable with that
of power politics. ....
Even when the Barbados Hoard of Management met to take this
definite step last week, the meeting was held In camera and a press
ralaait was issued.
This is not good enough and It certainly makes It more difficult
for those genuinely interested In West Indies cricket to lend their
full support from a level at which the> would be In possession of
all the facts.
IT Q YKK1SO.N
pushed Atomic II into second WEATHER Fin
place. At the finish Elizabethan ---------------!------------------------------------------------------------------
was home half a length ahead of '*' *ae*. *< Tl MN STAKES< la** C and CZ MA1UEN1J MM
Atomic II. Gun Site. ndm-. lM0. glSO, 5ei5't Furlesus
CroaaJey was third, half a length --------_______________ ____,
behind Atomic II. 1 HARROWEEN KM lbs Mr. D. V Scott Jockey Crosaley
FIFTH MCI
FAIR SAf.LV
ABILITY
November Slake* *'ME 0|. PARI-HUTUE1
Three horses were scratched *"oRF.CAST III M.
'.runu started with
tonite and Kidstead
Mr L. J Scstfj Jockey O'Neil
Mrs. Elaine Goddard
Jockey M Gonzalez
In $11 ?4 Piece- It 52. $128. $1.52
U-SO HAN
21 and 14 lbs. respectively" overt IKS?)'"
weight START Good
Kidstead got off last, and never WINNf R
hance to get into the pic-
ture. Fair Contest quickly too*
the lead and when the horses
w lUM time >he was still in lbs
l-ositloti followed closely by Rebate
and Flieuxce. Ncarlng the clock
Flieuxce who had been gaining
ground steadily moved up to the
premier position. Husth'd by
Wilder she maintained the lea'l
IflAINER: Mr h
Front (190 lbs., Yvonet); Miss Panic (126 lbs
Aunda <108 lbs. Baldwin); St Moritt (las lbs.
Comfortable, 2( lengths, lengths
Wood
J gr f. Ifarroway-Thyi
rf Mayers.
IUUGHTON STAKESClass O and Lewee7M
'IMS. $111. Ml)1*4 F.rloat.
118 lbs.
IM bi
big
I 18 lbs
l'ARI-MUTUEL
yards to r"ch l'>" Judges a length .v^WVer *i<
/flj ahead oT Tiberian Lady (Holder PRECAST. 5 41.
TIME: i.Oli
$5 54
Mr r E Bynoe Jockcv Holder.
Mrs. Pegiry Marshall.
Jockey Yvonet.
Miss K. C Hawkins.
Jockey P. Fletcher.
Win: $11.18 Place: $2 12, $1.04,
one one of ""
having been "'
Tbit
the Barbadian tract
Elizabethan 'Holder up) was si -
Mid three lengths ln front of
SIXTH HACK #
Trumpcfer Cup
The Held of eight were ouickU
r.t.h Vixen went to the front despatched. Crossroad* (O'Ntnt
and secmod a sur*: wmnct unUl up) went >o the frrmt follow-., i,-.
Holder skilfully piloted Duchess Soprano and VeJuard
SSSJKSf AIJRf4 afc,ESJfW-L^J^Cr-pJvUl^. Hopper
lhs Alii. Wllmer (117 lbs. M Gonzslezl"; Flying Ann (130
lbs.. O-Neill; Mopsy < 125 lbs, Wilder); Manu (124 lbs.. Glll;
Hh" it's. M Browne); Sun Jewel (121 lbs.,
Thirkell.
START: Good. FfNiKH (-|,-c neck 1 lensth
WINNER: 4-yr.-old hb b.f. Hamc--Sorchimes ' ^
TRAINER: Mr S. Massiah.
3rd Race: SAVANNAH LODGE ATAKFSClass F and Fl Oaly$8M
iS. I1SS. $40)7H Farlents
tin- outside into first place
She rlnlshed a neck ahead
Vixen. Maytime was third,
a length behind Vixen.
The
ntoSS BOW
APRIL FLOV.'ERS
108 lbs.
118 lbs.
THIRD RACK
Savannah l.od:;*- Stakes
TIME: 1 381
$1.38
i i j i.i m OF DISGUST
a -------~ "* iwi inii, and just
Mil m "'""'"flong pole FUm.-
" Ki.tr (Holder, ovmook il
pueed Cmi lloula, but did n,
slay there for long. Crou
RokU re-BMumed the lead ai the FORECAST
Held peued the Qunj and wai
never in dlffluilty tiereafter He
Apollo waa seralched and th.- H"W S?* co''l>ly. wln-
............ '.-i. entrant! matt 5g *t. lngn baa
with Epicure and First Fllsht rlame eiower. The latter wu In.
/TViBHll ba> been TOWlat MUUJ of uo.au.. IB I ......Ian l.,vlnJ'?^ 4 in,, reipectlvely ""* """> ahe*vi ol, VaS
* cricket eIreaM from Uie tuut! the West indies Cnukel Board ol overweight. guard.
Control at their inecUng two years ago cxpresaed Uieir inaDiluy W Epicure was soon to the front
-W "" --* '"> ""- " - he?dWp.d"".h.PtSnlWKrn Se
not re-elected, since he had been actively concerned with the arrange fixst time followed closely by 4-onitiltrun Stakes
menu /or UM Weal Indies tour to India. First Flight with Miss Friendship Flremist was scratched and tho
After he had .erved iua,Uter tern, it felt u, .. ,.> ^ml^i bend T.no tooK S"25xa*lXSl S'a. Soon
member bodies that, although he had dune good work Tor West nvcr fp,(rn MIm Friendship. Ap- hustled by Yvonet to the front
India* cricket with some credit to hunsclf, UMTS should be a change pruaching Ihe third furlong pole but^wus immediately cnaileugeu
In the Presidency; the Went Indies CticKet Hoard Of Conliol men was^" e^'1""*
COLUtrON 115 lbs.
r'ARI-MlITt'FL
Mr Cyril Barnard Jockev Holder
Miss K C Hawkins.
Jockev p. Fletcher
Hon. J. D. Chandler.
Jockey Crossley.
Win: $8 14. Place' $1 72. $1 48.
$30.84
-\LSO RAN EfH .re ill* 7 lbs, O'Nell). First Flight (111 [4
lbs.. Yvone:i. Tango (128 lbs., Thirkell); Pharos II (108 lbs.
Baldwin); UMitiie Loss (105 lbs., All); Foxglove (118 lbs, Wild-
er); Miss Friendship (118 lbs. M. Gonzalez).
START: Good FINISH: Close, 1 length, length
WINNER: 3-yr.-oId bg. Burning Bow-Chivalry
TRAINER: Hon V. C. Gale.
SEVENTH RACE
4th Rare: ftOlTII CARIBBEAN STAKESClass A and Lewer$1,100
($365. $185, $00)$ Furlong*
-r; the horses entered the was u jostling t*
found themselves without the funds necessary for liotding the meet- stretch for Home, April Flowers horses neared
I. ELIZABETHAN 123 lbs. Mr. N. M. Innlss. Jockey Holder
2 ATOMIC II .121 lbs. Mr. James Chin Jockev O'Nell
t C.CN SITE 126 lbs. Mm J. D. Chandler.
Jockey Crosslev.
UI I Sag l'ARI-MUTUEL: Win: $2.08 Place: $1 50, $3 46.'
of places by Watercress (O'Neil up). Thar* forecast ^
Ing anil Mr. Nunes enjoyed uiu-Uier tern, ol uilicc.
With i:30,OUO at their liisposal after a successful visit to England.
positions as the ALSO RAN PI
the cIOCB\_ and lbs., Yvonet*
ilite (121 lbs., M. Gonzalez); River Sprite (108 f
hustled by P U took the down thoratch to Uos^ Water: STA'T 'gooT" """"^VlNISir8' Ly'TSn, .length,
lead. Ths.was ahort-llvcd how- ,-res.. Oatcake, and Mary Ann WINNER. !.->, -id b m. Sir Walter Raleigh-Dumn*.
^*S+3,*i'S!Sr& ^^ina-rlou.tu-letothe TRAINER: Hon V. C. Gale.
of speed to win the race by half Ar,i>)achlng the wlrining pole
LSOgth ahead April Flowers q,Nvi1 huilled Watercress to tho
-cond a length away from ,ore ^ wln by JUBt nillf lellJfUl
trom Oatcake who was second
u meeting in Trinidad a few weeks sgo and this loo was hetd in
camera. Mr. Nunes was rc-eleeled President for a third tcnn of
0rr.ee.
I certainly could not be accused of poasessuig more than the
average intelligence but certainly the majority of West Indian erkfcel
fans find themselves in a similar position.
That being so, the majority of West Indian cricket fan-, like
myself, tould llnd little in the mass of irrelevant gibberish contained
in the Press release of the happenings at that meeting.
ARK THESE RUMOURS TRUE?
Cricket tans still want to know if the persistent ruinoui
that Mr Lucy was granted on honorarium of $2,400, Mr. Nunes $1,300
and the West Indies players, Witt the cxceptlen of Kenny Trestrall,
$720 each.
Suiely lhi> would have been one of the chief bit:- of infoi
If this i* the case, that would h-.ve been included in ,uii iDlgUlajslll
lelease.
We also want to know what became ol the amendments pro-
posed by the various member colonies of thn West Indies, soma ol
which deal with the rotation of the oflice of President to each mcm,.< r
colony in turn, and Uic sUlu* of the representatives of the Windward
and Leeward Islands.
5lh RACE:
NOVEMBER STARESClass C and Lower$000
($$00. $150, $5017', Furterurs
Col let on .
FOURTH RAC K
ck away from Mary Ann.
EIGHTH RACE
South Caribbean Stakes
Tiberion Lady and Kidstead Wirlh..m " *
were scratched leaving six K Worthing Slakes
mounts to compete for the first ,*** ^"' wa scratched,
nine and a half event of the Musk j Fletcher, was in the
As they passed the rf>") IJl* ,wh1e" ^ <*, ,.Lirled .....-
stands the lirsl Okne the order was hut failed to hold the lead. Land- TRAINER
InfuMon (P. Vleteher). Eliza- ""* '"Wen hy Wilder took over -------.__----
bethon (Holder) and Gunsile "* ptero and held It to the and. 6lh Race:
(Crossley). Elizabethan drew She was home, one and a hair
level with P.foMon uisl after the lengths uheud of Sun Queen (M.
Paddock Bend, then went int.. the Oonsalem). Ability was third, one
let) ahe did DO) rellnqulsn. and u half lengths behirhl Su:i
In the Homestretch O'Neil hieen.
1 FLIEUXCE ...... 118 Ibi.
2 TIBERIAN IADY 118 lbs.
3 NO-TONITE ..84 -f 21 lbs.
TIME I 36J I'AHl-MUTUEL;
FORECAST: $12.12.
Mr. S. A. Waleott Jockey Wlldei
Mr. V. C. Chase. Jockey Holdei
D. V. Scott. Jockey Crossley.
Win: $1.94. Place: $1.78. $2.06.
ALSO RAN: Fair Contest (118 lbs.. Yvonet), Rebate (117 lbs. Bald-
win); Kidsuiid (106 i 10 lbs., M. Gonzalez).
START Fair. FINISH: Easy 1 length. 3 lengths.
WINNER : 4-yr.-old b.f. Flieuxce -Flank.
Mr S. A. Waleott.
TRUMPETER CVPClasa F and Lower$800
($265. $135, $40) 5lj Furlonss
Mr. A. Chin. Jockey O'Neil.
Mr. Cyril Barnard. Jockey Holder
Mr. V. E Cox Jockey Thirkell
Win: $11.14 Place: $1.48, $1.10.
erieM at heart COtlU leel nothing but praise. It is a step that should ALSO RAM: Ihinese (115 lbs,
pay dividends' to WOO) Indies cricket in the not too distant future.
A CHARITY DEAL
N id. oilier hand, a meagrely i; 2.000 tn Barbados with a
stipulation us well savours to me of an attempt by the power
bloc at the Board to dish out charity to ils poor relations while the
"boys in the know" rub their hands and say what they will do with
On
VOTING BY I'KOXY
WITH regard to Ihe lalu ol lh Windward and Ucwurd Islands,
II has been found Ihut Uieir representaUv..s vota l."l> on
matlcra not lHaillllll than dlrcclljf and at moll limes hava u ihe u. 24,000
deeldins elements that have ...tiled important and eontroverslal points
that has been the direel concern of British Guiana. Trinidad. Jamaica
and Barbados. Is high time that the Wesl Indies Cricket Board of Control
What has been more irritating is Ihe fact that In Ihe p.l me capably or Incapably led b> Mr. Karl Nunes, be told that they are
Windward and Leeward Islands haw voted by proxy, having nomi- not a law unto themselves to make decisions In Ihe
nated someone in Jamaica to cast their vote*
L, CROSS ROADS 118 lbs.
T. FLAME FLOWER 115 lbs.
3 VANGUARD ... 118 lbs
TIME: 1.09J. PARl-MirTUEL:
1 04
FORECAST: 15.48.
Fletcher); Soprano 1115 lbs.,
Yvonet): Usher (IIS lbs., Baldwin); Consternation (115 lbs..
Crossley); Hl-lo (118 lbs.. Wilder)
START: rau FINISH: Very easy, 12 lengths, S lengths.
WINNKIt: 2-vr-old b.g. Danusk-April Showers.
TRAINER: Dr C. A. Evelyn
7lh Race: CONSTITUTION STAKESClass D and Lawer9M
IS3H. SISa. 1.15)- 51, Furletias
SPKAK CI.KAKI.V TO W.I. Hi Hill)
It is generally felt, and I share IhH view, that they be allowed
to vote oi.lv II '-hey attend Ihe meelmgs and would 1* in a poslUc.-.
lo follow the arguments for and against any proposal before the
Board.
WHY APPKOl'KIATK .G24.0O0?
LAST but not least one would like tn hear the reason given by Ihe
Waal Indies Cricket Board of Control, not itself n corporate body,
why they should leel justified III i.pi.ropiiating 24.000 which they
""TsTaaWllnal'Thia. Ihe, grunt Barbados f 2.000 wllh the stipulation
that they use it lo Improve accommodation at Kensington
Thev have also granted 500 to Ihe Windward islnnd. and 500
to the Leeward Island, foi the pOrposs ol Improving cricket In those
Islands by engaging the services of a coach ete.
. For this latter provision anyone With the Interests of West Indies
1. WATERCRESS ... 126 lbs. Hon. J. D. Chandler.
Jockey O'Nell.
2. OATCAKI 123 lbs. Mr. V. Chase. Jockey Wilder
:i liARY ANN lit: lbs Mr. F. E. C. Bethell.
Jockey Yvonet.
TIME I OSi l'ARI-MUTUEL Win: $2 10, Plaee: 51.40. tl.52
IheWes, FORECAST: 55 24.
I moo- i kel at a Board that does not invite Ihe Press lo its meetings ALSO It.w K.mi..l Eon i I2J lbs.. Crossley); Apollo (114'lbs., F.
and give Ihe public what little Information they can by a series of Fletcher). Uuleibella (115 lbs.. M. Gonzalez),
unintelligible handout. SinSo "l"' us, , EIN^SHi Dr!vln' lc"lh' n"k
Ev, ,he member bodies seem to grope In the dark The, are r,,1A[}J,; TSIw! Cla2S3lS?.
paopla who seem to know what is going on but they seem bound to a
Mlh R*rri
WOKIIIIM. STAKKHClass B sad LsswerSl.tM
)$3S5, 8163, $55)5, Furlongs
LANDMARK
SUN QUEFN
3. ABILITY
IM
2 lbs.
atrsg) thai equates with that surrounding the manufacture ut the
(Ittsrnio li The action by Ihe Board "I Management ot the Barbados C'nekel
Assoelatioii will be welcumed by all those who believe in a public
body submitting Itself and ils actions to public opinion.
The withholding of information has done more to breed antagon-
ni.st the members of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control
than anything which they really do wrong.
Mr, Nuncn must realise that as President he has not Inherited the
divine right .if kings and if hi* Board is o unpopular with the major- AJ0 *'*? ,M"sk ; \i\ j}'\- '' K.u'ui.ne[); ,, -. .. .___*
START: Good FINISH: Comfortable, 11 lengths, 11 lengths
WINNER 3-vr-old eh.f Pylon Il-Espernnce
TRAINER: Mr. V. Chase.
TIME 1.01M l'ARI-MUTUEL;
FORECAST. S2.72.
Mr. V. Chase. Jockey Wilder
Mr J W. Chandler.
Jockey Crossley
Mr- Elulne Goddard
Jockey M. Gonzalez
Win: $1 54 Place: $1.12. $1.26
ity of West Indian cricket fans then they should either put then
In order ImHMdlaM*. Of resign e*i blor.
Two Year Old's Time Beat
B, C, And D Class
Hi BOOKIE
THE NOVEMBER MEETING. I wrote not
ago, Is famous tor the Trumpeter Cup. 1
race, which has been famous now for so. i
twenty odd years, gained further fame in 1846 wh n
it was turned into a two-year-old event. Since tl
it has become second In importance as a twu-
'ear-old classic in the South Caribbean to no
other save the Trinidad Breeders Stakes.
But the Trumpeter Cup of 1950 has gained
-tlU further notoriety because it will go down in history ss one
ol the few two-year-old events ever ran in faster time, roe a
similar distance on the Hire day, than that returned by jlde-
hortas in classes B. C, or D. As a iruitter of fact the only other
occasion on which I can remember a two-year-old returning faster
lime than importeds tn class B. was when tlic exceptional Ligan
orofce the Trinidad live furlong record at the Christmas meeting
of 11*47.
Hl>W. therefore, shall we view Cross Roads, the winner of this
year's Trumpeter Cup, who established the record in question?
To me It was one of the most amazing revelations in the long
years that I have been attending race meetings. When I remember
how backward this bis; gelding was only three months ago it also
strikes me as one of the most nuraculous transformaUons that I
have ever seen in a two-year-old. It is. In my opinion, comparable
only to the case of the same Ligun, who ran down the Held in the
Breeders' SUakes of 1847 and at the tamo meeting came back to
oreak a track rererd.
-mi uirough my notes on the exercise for tho November meet-
ing 1 made it clear that I was much in the dafc-k about many
horses. But never was 1 so properly fooled as 1 have been by
Cross Roads.
I wrote that he waa making progress, and so indeed he has. Bu'.
1 was certainly not prepared for an eight lengths victory by a two-
year-old who all along had) Impressed me as a late developing type
and one who looked more like the slow-to-warm up kind in the course
of any race. His gallop with tba half-bred Wllmer a few days agu
I can only describe aa the moat bewildering in the light of subse-
quent events. ._ **s|a*r*t si
To say the least, he woo ln run-away fashion. I will agree
with those who say that it was not the best of starts and that Cio*.
Roads definitely got the beat of the Jump by somo lengths. But Flame
Flower was the only one capable of catching up either on him or
with him, and after she had run alongside for roughly a furlong
between the three and the two. he had run her completely oft her
legs. From there on the rest of the field gained on Flame Flower
while Cross Roads went further away front them. Eventually he
wem bv the winning post some eight (the Judge said 12) lengths
m the le.id, if not on the bit, then comfortably. When therefore we
consult the time and find that It la a fifth faster than U class and
two tilths faster than B. in which race horses of the calibre of Wa-
tercress and Oatcake, in the tusi. and Landmark and Sun Queen, in
the second, were pushed and scrubbed by their riders almost through-
out each race, then we can only conclude thai Cross Roads is
an exceptional two-year-old. The only lime that compared
favourably with his for the day was Harroween who won the Maiden
Stakes easily. But even there it must be noted she was still two fifths
slower.
With such a devastating performance doss Roads therefore
places himself In the forefront of the line up for the Breeders'
Slakes in Trinidad next Christmas. Meanwhile we shall have
the opportunity of seeing him race again in the course of a few
days before we fix his exact place ln the list of favourites, atr.
Alexander Chin it seams has picked another good April Showers'
progeny.
THE rest of the days racing produced some res-jlts which mado
my tipping look good for a change. If even I say so myself.
And who is going to say it if I do not. They only remember me
by the losers I pick.
The one that pleased me most was Duchess' win in the Brighton
Stakes. I cannot remember enjoying any race so much since Gun
Hill won Ihe Derby in '47. It should be easy to guess why when I
;ay that on arriving at the track one gentleman asked me if I was out
of my mind lo tip a piece of nastiness (to use a common term In
racing parlance )hke Duchess. I can only say that 1 have a knack
for spotting courage and in a horse the shape and size of Duchess
there is literally nothing else to see except the above quality. To
see this little thing run from near last to t.r.-i in a field of twelve
in the last three furlongs was indeed one of the sights of racing
that I have always enjoyed come true once again.
*T*0 TURN to more Important event* ihe victory of Elizabethan
X in the South Caribbean Stakes added another feather to the cap
of a mare who has already proved herself a great one. In Ihe past
she has been dubbed a front-runner and indeed most of her race*
have been won in this manner. But what I think she really likes
is a strong pace In a race and providing some horse is in front making
It hot and Elizabethan can run freely behind them she will, when
HI, give them all ihe trouble in Ihe world to beat her There was
in fact a great similarity between the running of the South Caribbean
Stakes this year and the one of the last year: both of which were
won by Elizabethan. In the tirst she had Drake's Drum to make a
warm pace for her while she ran close to his heel*, while this time
it was Infusion in a similar role. In both cases she ran past them
after the half mile pole and each time she wont on to wfai comfortably.
There are not many mares who have won
succession.
I was not impressed with the running of the D tl.iss Constitution
a. Stakes. la the first place Mary Ann, who has had a very Ugh!
^reparation, was actually taking her first genuine gallop since last
August and the way she closed up after leading by so mar y i.
in the first furlong was neither surprising nor was it an indication of
tier true worth. Watercress then came on to the seme tollotiW. ...
Oatcake and Dulclbella and all three looked as if they were very
tired when they reached the posi Looking at the lime I can only
.onclude thai they must all be short of work and that we will see
them do much better In tho nexl Uu dayf If this is not correct
..bout the two llllie* then I am convinced it will be so with Oatcake.
THE winning of the Maiden Slakes by Harroween also woranl*
some comment as it is not often that an Imported horse wins
*o soon after arriving from England. Of course she received such
an advantage by Miss Panic running wide that she had to do
very little to get to the front. But afler that Crosslev was sitting
very easy while ihe others took a good shaking up. Fair Sally, who
Nad been going so well at exercise, surprised me very much when she
eould not pull out a really smart finishing burst and I can only excuse
her on the grounds that she might prefer softer going Neverthele**
it wns not hard.
t ASTLY we saw Mr. S. A. Walcott's French bred mare Flieuxce
win her first race In the West Indies nearly two years after
her arrival here Yet she won it eonvlncinglv and I for one was not
surprised. I think it quite true thai she does not like the hard going
and If we think back we will find that she halt only once raced hero
on anything else.
Taken all together r would say that it was n most enjoyable
day* racing with a lot still left over to be decided In the last two days.
A CAR
BAHBADI15 BDYS' CLUBS
Three Prizes will be given us follows :
Isl Priae: A HII.I.MAN
2nd Prize : RAI.KKill :i SPEED CYCLE
3nl Prize : ROI.EX Tl IHlR WATCH
Drawini: lo lake place not later lhan Nov. 30!h, 1950
Auditors : FITZPATKICK GRAHAM & CO.
PH0SFERINE
for a quick
convalescence
When the body's reserves arc broughi
low by influenza or other dcbiliuung
illness, and convalescence thrratcni
to be a 'low business,
PHOSFKRINli can do much tu
replace energy and
itrcngth.


F SUNDAV NOVEMBER S. 1S*
scxn.w \dvocate
tact, nvr
Results Of 2-
Field Sweep
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"Bachelor's Day" Win*
Tobag o Governor's Race
nve and naif furlon**.
laft Tkr bay geldiiic
Compton Scores
107 In "Skipper's
Innings"
MELBOURNE. Nov 4
Completing a fine century while
J-is fellow batsmen were falling
rapidly Denis Compton played n
captain's part in helping the
M.C.C. cricket touring team score
306 for nine wickets declared In
their first innine* against Victoria
- tfran Our Own Cormpondml i
PORT OF SPAIN. Nov. 2.
Mr. W. S. Carrlngtone "Bache-
lor's Day" scored a minor upset
when he won the Governor's Cup
race, blue riband event at the. To-
bago Race meeiing yesterday at
Shirvan Park. Tobago.
Tin- results are:
Race 1. I-a*h LoaderNewman
Up. Irish GoalReld up. Rock
DoveLutchman up. Race 2. Taj
MahalLutchman up. Vigilant
Hanger up TornadoA. Joseph up.
Raw S. His WorshipLutchman
up. ForecastJoseph up. Gallant
HawkAli up. Race 4. Bachelor's
DayLowe up. SirenK Gon-
zalez up. NinonA. Joseph no.
Race 5. My-BabuA. Joseph Up.
Pepper WineSingh up. My Own
O. Ranger up. Race 6. Betsam
Romeo up. Blue Belle,Reld up.
VigilantRanger up. Race 7. Gal-
lant Hawk All up. Culver.
Henry up. Lady Esso Keshurar
up. Race 8. DiapotosReUI up.
NinonA Joseph Up, Blue Riblm-i
Henry up.
HP*. BOOTH AT RACES
For the first time at a B.T.C
Race Meeting, buyers of Field
Sweep, Parl-mutuel and Forecast
Tlcketa outside the stands, did not
have to crowd the roadway Just
below tliu Field Stand. A new
booth has been erected for them
on the Savannah Itself und was
brought into use yesterday.
The building in 105 ft. by 24 ft.
With two counters occupying it>
Whole length and ha> twice the
amount of selling space a* the
previous one.
Apart from giving buyers more
comfort, the new arrangement re-
lieves congestion on the road and
also prevents peoole from crossing
the track to purchise tickets.
HEMS COMPTON.
In the few minutes remaining
for play after the declaration, Vic-
toria scored four for no wicket In
reply
After the, rain during the night
and early morning hail prevented
play before lunch the M.C.C.
lost even wickets to-day in add-
ing 163 runs to their overnight
scor. of 143 for two wicketi.
1-u.i.jton got 6l> <-day to bring
his score to 107 before he was out
trying a big hit He was al the
wicket three hours IB mlnUBM In
a splendid fighting Inning! which
included 10 fours.
Apurt from j stumping chance
during his rather shaky start yes-
terday he made no error and has
now made .i eentnr> in each of
the two State mutches he has
played In.
Neuter.
football
Results
With the lop three ciubs in the
Bnj .ill acor-
irg splendid away victories,
to-dav the leading league po-
ramain unchanged.
h
man gave Arsenal full
:
T -J*
the aanii

nat Ijver-
p. '...I
. nh
vorld u, tame*
Eh
Md <..!.
rough in tne Hind place
i l s t (I
und by the only p-ai
< the matci ! 34 min-
utes.
urda) i Ei.rIimi
l ootbal] resulu:
league IlivMun 1.
. ouj^ti I-
I.iackptKil 4. Kv.rton 0 Bollou
I.Siokel i Charl-
! i Atlilcl.t I. '
Town J
Liverpool 2, Newcastle United 4
led i. Burnlej i
i
day I. Tottenham II"'
kith 1 Wolveihainptor
Wandarari u. Arsenal 1.
l.eHi- iMvisiott i.
) 7. fjiiiani i'uik Ran-
gerti 0 Ulncklmm Rovers 2.
North End 1. Brentford 1.
Notts County 3. Doncastcr Rovers
}, Grimaby Town 1. Hull City 3
Hnminghain City 2 l^et^S United
I, ilancnMHat City 1 Lu'on Tovn
0. Leictntei t , | Sh.-meld
i. Cheslcriicld I. South-
ampton i, Bur>' 0. SwajMaa i
ti-nlifT City 0. V-est Ham Uiuled
; Cuveiitry City 2.
league llivwien 3. (South'
Aldershot 3. wol*l] 0, Bngh-
t.m and Hove 2, Southern! United
I Bristol Rovers 5, Plymouth
Vrgyta I I'mieu i
rown 3 Cry.v .
Iteadt g 3 Newport County .'.
v 3 Northumpton Town
t. c;illinghain I Norwich 1'ity 3.
Uouniemouth 0. Notts Forest 2.
Millwall 0 Port Vale I. B-istol
City 3 Swindon Town 2. Leyton
Orient 0 Torquav United 3. Wat-
ford 2.
laMi IHvUmh 3 (Northl
rd Cilj 3. Southport 0
.'. Ili.idford U Crewe
Alex.indr;t 1. Carlisle United 1
HaUfai Town I. Hothrrham Unit-
ed. Ilartlepool United 1. Barrow
I Lincoln Ot) 2. Wr
New Brlfhtpn i icrrtngton Stan-
ley 1 Rochdale 2. Trmuniir Rev.
ers 3. Shrewsbury 2. Ol-lham
.Mlil.ti. 2 St.ickiM.rl County 3.
Mansfield Town I.
SeoMIMi League "A".
Abvixlein 1. Third l^nark 2
Clyde I. Oeltie S. Falkirk 4.
Alrdrieumans 1 HearU 4, Par-
tick Thistle 3 Morton 4, East
Flic 2 Mother well 4. Samt Mir-
ren 0 Raith Hovers 0. Dundee 1
Hll i lUaaa i
Sr^tk* l^aawe HB*.
AlDkUl Hovers 4. Saint Joan-
tone 4. Allea AthtetM 3. Acade-
mics 4. Arbroatli 1, Dunln mil i
3. Ayr United 4. nrtai Athlatk
: Cowdenbeath 3, Kiimaniock n
Dundaa Ut.it.-d I. Stirling Albltin
3 Queen ol tin- South 1. Dun-
barton 2 Quaan'i Park 4. Stcn-
imii) Muli 1
-Boater.
India Make
Bad Start
In 1st Test
167 FOR 7 WKTS.
NEW DELHI No* I
In.i j. batting first against the
Co"nmonwealth side in the open-
ing test of the present tour.
*urT r< a bad start and when1
,cie drawn. Ind coin|nl at
197 for the loaa of 7 wirkeU
Th-\ lost their opening od,:
Merchant and Mustaq Ah with
only 14 runs on the board and
then before the close had five
mo .ckets down for a pain-
tuU) UO 17.
T1 i Kotla grounds had a true
Wicket unaffected by overnight
dew and It played ea*v thioughout
the day
With Hidgeway and Jackson m-
juie.1 li* Commonwealth attack
Woirell. their captain to
Shactcleton, but it was the Waal
ill-ioumlei Mho started
the coll.ipse by sending liack Mer-
I Mttsta<| Ali follow d
airin. at once botng ,un out when
.i(U"i>itnf a rtkkv third inn.
net hmi- were always
i; lor rum against a good
Btt Harare, Pliadkar anc.
Adhlkarl oflered a sound defftc<
ngain had partially retrieved the posl
tsoa wmi a tea score of 117.
Phaokar and Adhikari put on 56
runs in Just over one and a half
houn i i the nttli wicket and the
ushed us the day's top
scarar with 41.
.n and Tube bowled for
one three-hour spell unchanged
nig an Biiai*:ng
neUl thiiiughuut they completely
met)
Hainadhui was rested after
lending J3 cuntinuoua ovci*
hut tribe retuiuad for a second
spell aftei tea and claimed two
onl) b
run- giving Inin u> at
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NOV. 5 NO. 144
The Topic
of
Last Week
14. S M *
IMMI INI. AN ll.VMH
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Water Polo Practice
This Morning
Water Polo matches thie. morn-
ing at the Barbados Aquatic Club
begin at 0.80 o'clock. The two
men's teams picked to play
are:
Team "A: A. Weatherhead.
L Bannister. K [not, Capt I. C
Foster,!! Weatherhearl ii Jordan
and C Evelyn
Team "It : P Filler. G.
MacLaari n c.". i
Yearwood. B. Manning. M I
gerald and O. JohnBOO
Reaervea: C Evelyn, J
Grace and M. Jordan.
All other member:' Of the Water
Polo Association are asked to at-
tend aa several practice matches
will be played.
A Ladies match has aleo been
re
*>rm*ld: F. <'..i n.i. liael,
(Capt), Ann l-^kstein, Mary
Knight Heather MeKinnon,
in, Phyllis Chand-
Joeea Allen.
Baa Ntmphs: Marion Taylor,
i i apl I, t;m Reed.
Tom Browne, GUI Henjamln,
i la VM .i.i-
aaanaai Pal Manor Pat
Simmer M Lawtl
WEST INDIES RECORD I0UR
TO ENGLAND
RELXDY THIS WEEK
THE ADVOCATE'S PICTORIAL
SOUVENIR
of the visit of
THE WEST INDIES TEAM TO
ENGLAND
MAY TO SEPTEMBER 1950
Complete with scores, averages, brief JetauS
and commentaries.
fdifed by Advocat* Sporti fdifo/ 0. S "OPPtN
KIDNEY
TROUBLE
Hf't a ttfdlcln* mow
specially tor It .
If jou .aspect that tawrae
"something- wrong'' with year
kidneys it generally mcaoa thai
they need a correcOTe tnedifine
N-g>'i'd kidneys gite naa to
vision* distressing symptom*
such as backache, rhenraahV
paiDB. lambagu, soabOB, bjadaor
disorders with scalding and
'in-mu ThelronbMatarta srhsn
the kidneys grow slaggiata and
fail to periarm their natural
(unction 01 helping to altar away
harmful iiupuiibas (rotn the
syateoa. Yon can i aetore those
vital organs to DOTSBStl activity
. by lavkuut Da Witt's PiOa.
I They act directly on the
I kadneys and yon will vwy
* qanklj (eel the good they
re doing;. Try them (or
your tTooeM. Go to
Fine Pattern* of
AFRICAN PRINTS
Irom 84c. $1.07 yd.
LADIES' SHOES
for nil "tensions
constantly open inn
NYLONS
SIM S2.IS
PLASTIC in White. HI"*-.
Pink. Lt-niiiii Bill. \.
THF BROADWAY DIESS
SHOP -U
No. 1 Rrnud St.
KtP>ooat-ti<
Dial MB
ol .<
cuaranth
De Witt's Pilli are
inaniif a- tur-d und-r Uuily hygH-aic
conditioos arid tb* ingredienta coa-
(orni to rigid tundards ol parity.
What do you know
about ENO?
DO YOU KH0W m BN0
is a tooling.and rclrevhing drink,
t geoUe laxative and perfect
corrective for stomach and liver
disorders?
00 YOU KNOW
there are no hsnh
purgative*, in ENOr
Nothing harmful or
hsbit -I arming No
nasty taste! Never
be without ENO!
Sold in bottUa for taatmg fraahnaaa
EnoV Fruit Salt
STRONG
as a
Jor MHS in a aalt
No Hobarl lio bara
D*m'l k-t Dt-llUh.
ntai -n " urn i
Thcv'il lava ou boy. laal luvi-
\nd a>M >u faal aiuwp
And tmy von .lart
HtM ii *h.r ou Ilka a aMep
Sirona as a lion ami Guaranicol lor a* lorif a* vim* nan n ihai It
the Phillip* btcyck, maJc by Hntnh cfartsmen 10 last yim a Uldimr
Look at three poMil* * qualm Irnni el tiur-irmpcr tied all
Msel hub*heav% M"j(e muJana*J Dunlop tyre* and lM
aotl uilbaili (tmrcaac The hhytlr i* luaunoutly nnlshrd in bUct
eoamcl, or colour* if n-auired, and iparklc* with \xr*v\ hnnnium
p*"**^ For a bcyUe tnai ivtll *tand up to ihc roughoi bmb)
an'i beM a I'hillip*
r-rpati l>.*.,I J jk H Kl I
sponsored by
JAR BAKERIES
mnkcrs of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blenders of
J & R RUM
SEA VIEW
(.1 LSI HOUSE
HAafTlNtiB BMiliUius
KXCKI.I i HI ( I ISINK
ii i.i,i muckhi ii a it
KATES, v. mi per IK
upwards
< Inclusive)
ty$s$**
,0*
Hay *afe Brylcrccm your h.' i
csct-iiv Iih'%'- h.nr mi mil '
MgiuK tliat point ilie nccj lor Br
i. Dry hair,'lighi Scjlp,
tnl> these arc taUaJK
I that piini tne nccu lor Drylctteta'f 4
(I) Day-long smartneti. (2; Lasting hair health.
-'! nc*, ibe scalp,
cms u'inmon
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plcndid
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Mi with Bryfgr
i o n.i.ir ; bail
hair ItouMea, Its pure cntuKili
life iui" I .
t:i Uod/i ufc itiN h i
your li.ui.
DAY-LONG SMiVRTWES'
LASTING HAIR HF.A
That's tho DOtfSU BENF
iifai you *it/y Toothpaste...
READ THESE FACTS
^laiher Braoth!
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aduiira l.aturlnini action
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PACT
SWDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5. UM
WATER rvilMHliilll
Statistical Officers
End Talks
rtotn Out o- cwssmiait i
*>RT-OF-SrAIN. rdad Nov 1
The Conference of Caribbean
Statistical Officers at Kent House.
Port-of-Spain has ended A series
T recommendations have been
med at unifying and ltd proving
* trade statistics of the area.
These recommendations will be
later considered by the Caribbean
mussion before submission to
territorial governments for their
Jderntlon and action. Another
tinporlant MiiisCstion of lite Con-
ference was that territorial Oov-
nents should follow the recom-
mendations of the United Nations
about preparing trade returns In
'cordance with the classification
the Standard International
Trade Classification published last
month by the United Nations sta-
tistical Office
Anotner point noted by the
Conference was the treatment of
r.ter-island trade for regional
purposes There was general
agreement as to the desirability of
latistlcs of inter-Island ami inter-
territorial trade, and It was felt
that the use of such collective
terms as British West Indies" and
Trench West Indies" now used in
r-vcral territories should be a void-
d and a more detailed breakdown
1 trade within the area should be
iadc
"Fire Kong" Sentenced
To W Years
AT aRLFIELD tenantry everybody keeps kitchen g*rd*n- f| Hi -mull strip- of land %i ttu at*M Wf I Ml house and >n the yard. Tha
all is good and th* people grow lug lettuces. All of family h-Ip to water the plants and at bottom (r) is seen a little child, not yet
going to school, watering with n-r mall watering pot
BELF/ELD I A GARDEN
From il.i- oldest to the young-
vat tenant* of the iI8 houses built
oo the Government six acre
tenantry at Belfleld are interestel
lU gardening. At most limes of
ini day a visitor to the district
might flnH 60-year-old gTand-
motluM Agnes or 10-year-old
tVibcrt wulering from cabbagoa
to flowering plants.
Tlw area Is flat and much
breezu blows constantly across.
With their trim looking gardens
the neatness of the five rows of
Houses and the wnlls which
enclose the yards to each house,
there is an appearance of order-
11:
li was about two years and a
half ago that Government put up
the land for rent to relieve con-
Oration uspeviallt in UN Eft* areas House- wore removed to |D n i- oihrrs whi -.1 and llf<
chiefly froRi Nelson Street but 1 i
son..- from t'airlngton Vll -e, Bank Hall and Eagle Hall Th. n i
Government
houses of those people who appb J
for house plots, built ground
si'l. wall paling, provided water
< IomU ud bjrthi and buih roadi
There are now street pipes and
lamps and electricity runs
throughout the whole area
Only one man whose house had
been put on one of the spots was
fi DM U) remove il after hi' did
not comply with the requirements
of the Housing Board. Anothei
house was placed there shortly
UM UN .....inn! mtloti ii variety
o* vegetables are not plumed
The soil is go>-i and on either side
of the hougeM and tin Ln the yazd
Bsatplg p|gfl plantain.
and banana t<>-
Whi n then . t.nn Hi
li s Havis
shopkeeper ol the MffUU
Ihe /liii'u'ifi' visli i
| .
hiip dnln "IT this WBtCfl i
shop at
her iiiiiin*. I>ut aha ffsj to'd tha'
k i lid >\-iv,- to zt ' i
CM keeps a shop on th
of the .oad opposite
r home but she was told that
( the tenantry
..mis QsvM to walk about
.If a mill- to catch a 'bus and
>. think it tiresome walking
There is no difficulty in getting
ilk in that district Itesidef
toats, there is the Wavell Dairy
urby. Almost nil the tenants
DO, keep pigs
Am children go to school a* St.
f lephens. a distance of about
. mile from their homes. There
a piece i if unoccupied Gor
nrnent land attached to the
'istrict and the boys play cricket
UN after they return from
hoot.
'nun Our Own Correspondent)
POHT OF-SI'AIN. Oct. 31
Trinidad hat "a rebel" nr
movement with two KhiblUoti
luiiiiiny sl.lc by sideone is ths
Official November exhlbtUon of
the Trinidad Art Society, the
other, r pavement exhibition of
rejected paintings hung on the rail
of the premise* opposite the Itoyal
Victoria Institute whore the main
exhibition is being held. Taking
pan in the Ijtler many of Tiini-
gasd'i leading artists Including *'
Mlllv AUnnndo/. Qeoffrt) HoMaT,
Cecil v FofHmost nrt teachers
mam of whose work was -eject-
ed
Rejected Artists Stage Own
Exhibition In T'dad
What the TAS President Charles Ccdgan fornMI 1.union diary
*v pine! weli.inung QoVwTflOI Sli writer ol London') Evening New'..
Hubert Ranee who opened TAS now Trinidad Guardian faarturt
xhihilioe on Saturday aiWnoOrl writer.
iles.i-bed as 'a storm in pamtboa" The decision w.is to gga> l
arose ovi of 'he bo pietum n
lOinmittee Of the three iii.ii-ii'.i:, mlplir (i..... |gg '
..lr.|ll-IIIK FlflH hi I !
QsjQel 1 Jacques Legube. I)i but) i.. Unj .if the
r.ox I'awan. world rwOOgnfaMd committee of management wluc
I'.ithi.loglst. gnd Kathleen Ml
I ihihition lo 100 pieces but a
I .mel of Judges refused "a lower
andard.''
The Committee subsequently ap-
, ointed its own panel to select an
. ilditional 36 exhibits but due to
Mortage of time and certain tech-
ideal ditnculties, the President de-
. Ided to exhibit the original 64.
The cxhibitsOD opened "a blaze
01 public controversy" with news-
papers carrying headlines "Art
Society Ousts 'Severe' Judges" and
.H'ouj.i HAS' Hold Protest
fxhibltion of Paintings". The
: avenged exhibition Is attracting
irga orowdl dally.Can. Preas.
PORT-OF PAi'J i ii
Gilbert Miller alias Fire Kong'
as sentenced lo 10 years' lm-
'erduy whc.
iry found him guilty of stioottni
.Mi ii-.ti i.' ......
rm at No. 55. (JU
l' me previous convictions foi
iolence It is alleged that three
ten were invited to the Club or
Christmas Bve last, and while
there a quarrel started after one
of the men touched a woman who
was ln the club. Bottle throwing
started and during the confusion.
evolvcr shots were fired. One of
the witnesses told the court he
saw Miller emerge frori a room
and discharge a revolver
Cannot Get A House:
Sleep In An Old Car
iFVom Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPA1N. Nov. I.
The housing shortage in Trini-
dad still continues. A few victim,
from a receni house crash at
Cocorite are now using an old
motor car in which they sleep.
The building occupied by mm.
than a dozen persons col loosed
around three weeks ago. the vic-
tims were unable to get accommo-
dation.
BARBADIAN LEFT
V7.000 ESTATE
irrom Ouf Own Convonrmi
PORT-OF-SPAJN, Nov. l.
Barbadian-born Mr. Conrade
Bismark Franklin, prominent city
printer, for many years and com-
piler of Franklin's Year Book who
died on April 2. left an estate
valued at $17,000. according to a
*Pr filed In the Registry In Port-
- 5 pa jo

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PROGRAM M E
/; A tit BIT ION S
LONDON (May 4 Stptimbcr y>)
Bouttl hssak I xhihition
I tlttfal Psastun liar.' UM, Hattervcs I'ark
I gsMssaoa >l Science! South Kensington
'.i .1 pj Arvhnc^lure, Poplar
1 .liilmun nt Books] Vumria .nut Albetl Museum
<;i \s.nu May rtAuguit 2)
.(in ol Industrial Power, Kelvin Hall
ULI.IAST Ju,,t I Augiul 3D
I'lsur I-arm and i ,u tory I exhibition
FESTIVALS OF THE ARTS
1 Inn imII K- 1 Special I'cttival Svau>n of the Arts during May
and Jun^* in LOMMM
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Regency revival
barj ...
porar) Musk]
' ASTHMA
steals your Sleep-,
'-here's tlw way to obtain
DO you go to bed
each night dread-
hg a sudden snack
of Asthma? This
dread, by Itself, can
rob you of pre-
cious sleep t Remove the worry
by always having s bottle nf
Epbaaocic tablets by yuur bedaklc.
One F-ptuuonc tablet ilipped into
the mouth bring 1
diate relief from an attack of
Asthma. Onreschuigthcstoniach,
Epbasonc'a healing gents are
FOR ASTHMA AND BROKOHnS TAKE
1'H'Htrta t*tm*l*. It am/
imuMIMIII.
P.O. hi HI.
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hsa I 1
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SCOT I. AN l>
hA-*u'ik Qaihnks| .a ttM CksM *nJ I'ipc Mar^h
mury Uuiki
1 and rsssU
l.ihihio>mol iSth Ca
1.mi of laaBdsfe Aiiluic.iui
>rn II.
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Mill I 111 UN Mil I AND
eisf/at' Ho.i Agiicuuufsl fskow, CasslslssBi Vck.-s Tanaa
BRITAIN AT HOME TO THE WORLD
Atk ymr Trmtl At*nt M Ju> ikn Jt'Jl/i
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TO SUCCESS
Don't hesitate about your future Go forward.
confident that The Befsnett College will see
you through to a iound position In any career
you choose. The Benstett College methods
are Individual. There's a friendly.
penossftl touch that encour-
agsn quick progress and
nekes For early
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Utra gigl Islra Valasl
HUGS THE CURVES LIKE A BEAR*
tig like cli||ing miles off your
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MINX handle- ami tides. Clinging
lo Ihe ruad effortless!) un a fast
eotiMr; Hosting; yon over the
liiiinji-; MMfinfj tn a feather
loueh.
rha -rrd i- in line balaiice,
ud maive wesfhl. A balanced
pringitiK system lhat uses every
Lir.i daspjgjn ImpiDVwawaSl : inde-
petMienl (rmu eofl -u-prn-ion,
bMlion li.ii stabtliseri ilmitilr-acting
bydmuUi ahock ilwarlkkta. Halanced
Nleeriiig lim, ivirkinsj lo linger
pi.....UC in I *mi'i a sprung wheel
pusilionr.1 fuM a- yuu wajit it fur
easy, perfivl control.
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1M
Sl'NDAY \DVOCATE
PACE SEVEN
hii \rtvi ii mi ami: of.
By EVELYN
WEBBER
The RlgU fcflswer
*piv..
wan aU<-
I M-cutvU -ll pri*
l wcr* taken. Bui offleer
- $ 4? 2
7Yie Million-Dollar Quins
Are Using Lipstick Now
SEW YORK,
The Dionne Quins, walking
bit uncertainly on their new
hljh- heeled blue shoe*, have
arrived in New York for a five-
day visitthe biggest adventure
oi their live*.
The dark-haired, browneyed
abler*, why together weighed
only 10lib. Sus. at birth, are 16
now. Ami New York has Rone
wild about ih.-Ki
Twer ty-five Ihound people
Turned out to welcome them at
Grand Certi.l Btettoi
lined I he nm-el- to w;ilch their
Tide acrcm|>anieH b motor-cycle
squad*, lo the convent where
they ore
They ..idled ll i- nil 10
fram home "
A blenk north-Or P Rl
near Callander. Onui to, la.what
they meant by home. There tltev
live behind a high wire fence
and their only contact Wltn the
outside work!
picked b) the Quins' tea- I
the Si-iir of the AanimpUan. t<>
go to atltoo| with them.
I\mint* dreiLJt
Nobody U ever allowed lo In-
terview the Quins, .ind i
for rare, formal appearance at
wh*n they shyly
refuse to talk, they are not
permit led outside
They are here now :.'
Invitation of Francis. Cardinal
Spcilmpn. "who." said a Sn-
possessed, dapper papa Dioniie
(quite changed from the shy
countrv hiM 1'" was when Ihe
Quu. were borot. "ta paving all
the expenses."
I!. daughter* put on long
mm inst night and
the Grand
Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria. .
A thousand peoolr, including
Unite.! States Vice-Pre*idem O\or as their official vehicle. But hat* and coral blouse* they woco ihi Broadway they dlc\a*MdJ the > l u>aeeU upaet the
Albrn Barklev and New York ,t did not stop once to let Cecil*, for the sightseeing [hey d.d not film advertisement m an eKoled Answering the guest
Gcvernnr Thomaa , Dcwcy. ca< i mlu ;, ^ujte paid 100 dollars Ic- b there. The ,m||Um dollars in a few years) now home perm and carried a Cried Ceole. livi (-* pressed
money goes to a Wew Yor* ,i0 nol joo* h* ,f they will be COat the colour of the different .i gainst the bus window: "New
WflttW ......-'bh> to do any of the things they ribbons tied round their wrist* York* gorgeous especially
Hr
York (fr
their offic
>m left to right). EMILW. MARIE, ANNETTE, yvO.VNE. CECIL*
babies, tn same order.
Aboi-
Ices
side
unu ed ttWmselvt
son* .apiured men
** to b B.Ued, by shooting
hanging If you answer c
you wll be shot If nnf, y
be h; ued "
is were too Distraught
or h scornful of han.;
resit t. 'tie contradiction in this
until one saved himself b> boldly
reply In ii "By bancing "
The i ipusUn
dtavourtng to keep their word
llta i .i*. | fount
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AN observation applicable to
oDinu 1 i ( Mothers regard
inl.lren and lovei
tlnmte- 1 f their MM U
. roiiov,
woi> presented as a miwti
,1 for you to olve:
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IOMM HATLOC1
HI I. (tvinple Queensland, A\
iralla. Age 1.1 li Interested
itamn oDlUctUig
JIARHY MA1I1IN. 13 Jan
St East QuikHOrd 1 an
Australia Uks writing and
an., kum Ml cxil i
CHILDREN'S WAY
.
. .
OSSSS ' ''' * :il',l,n
^ 2ii' riithii. 1 and ii'uim 1
Mr. Dionne told his Rirls
i.-i:n You csa hsvc anylhlnj:
in n. v. v. ik you Uko
But the Quins (they will come
Felecia
uld like.
Siljlilsf imu
Lovely Cectle. of the dunplo
and flashing, friendly smile, want*
to piii'iiogruph the buildings. But
i>he will not have much chance.
Sweiit sighlseving with the
Dl in the tJruna bus hnnded
or anyone elseout to take
''' VVONNK want. ,. look at the ,hat for " "nd w* undersUnd II
Y> ONNE wants to look -t the ^^ ^ ^ ^ tQ m(nd ..
when they were born. Broadway. I'm so glad we came.
They were photographed every- and so is Papa."*
where. Some of the crowds who
g,.l -near enough thoughtlessly *pa beamed at hi* daughter*
prodded them, shouting: "Which And he beamed too. at the en-
-d; in order:
1. Dogs, 2. Insects; '\
4 tigers, .'. Hats; 6. Mice.
Tin 'Wiiu'il found that 1
paien' nuuiieil UWn and had
11 dm darea Um blu 1
murriaK1' BCaan luaTeVMl (Wm ..i
Mattft oaMttOOl I tip .it I" nit

are you?" tourage which accompanied them which had induced >
I asked the Qutna how it felt from Canada.....Their ten slate,' prodUBttVfj of fear
lO be celebrities. classmates, two teachers, one ex- Nol on., child amour
Said Annette; "It spoils things teacher, a nurse, a publicity man, found to he afraid of his fallic
little when people slare
But It has always been like
and a bishop.
I, I: S
*umK, wHiiu. w i*w -^ '""-- hotter nnw
art museums. But at bMt she bP"" ""
Compared with their class-1

CHARMINGLY
CASUAL OVER
HAIRPINS ..
burly officers
permanent bodyguard)
impatiently by.
MARIE wants to
opart
(f
the
, mallv timid. Their health a.
standing CHr.juliy ^rttoi, but ll e Quins'
teeth do not indicate that. They
ore no make-up though each
had been given a lip-stick,
"We will Just put a little on for
the banquet tonight." explained
Annette "Papa does not approve
Of ll"
1
THB life Of Ft !
McClusky lasted
long enough to
good |oke.
Her storysne iu the onlv
Wren to serve afloat in minor wai
vesselsis told In one of the
dories in a book about the s*
and R.N.V.R. types"Wavy
Navy."
Felecia, a third officer, lived
in a spare cabin 01 an Asdic
trawler, and woo the affection oi
.very member of the crew.
No glass was ever raised in uk
wardroom without a first *.o*v
to Felecia. The seat at one end
of the horsehair sofa was tier-
alone. 8he became the ship's
angel a new kind of ngurclK-ud
Three officers, all those retinas
. But no Jealousy.
Por although her name wu>
pr:nled In full on the wardroom
letter rack. Felecia. wartime fore-
runner of Harvey the Kabbn
existed only In Imagination.
Only privileged visitors to the
ship were allowed to pert) ineui*
Feleela'a cabin, to marvel at the
txiibbuued pyjama caw ithc
assistant stewards girl Inrnc Had
sent it to him. ana he dar* not
use It In the foc'ale) ... Ihe
aoanled soap ... the hairpins
Those hairpins. . The Bans
;.nt steward swept and polished
liio cabin every moniing. Then
he reseaUered Felecia'.i hairpin--
in front of the mirror and alwav-
placed one caret tillv on thr
centre of the carpet.
-That lad's a ooet said th"1
flr lieutenant.
The end came soon aitei ui>
Mm Wren omcers were askei:
aboard 10 a party.
They're ai Jealous u hen ol
her name on the letter rack.' sant
the first lieutenant to the sub.
Then one morning 'ne eap'sin
brought Into the wardroom
signal annnunrtna 'hat a ne
sub-lieutenant was "o Join.
The Wrens at the base Bad
seeo the signal and realised thsv
FelMla'a cabin would be needed
80 a draft chit followed
Third Officer Pelecla McClusk*
was to report ashore. With Kit
-A low-down trick.* Mid thr
men. But Feieota bad to go.
-v/Avr NAvr-*du*t 0* j.
Lennox aTerr astd DmcU Ume*
iHarrap. fa>. a*/
London Bapr*j I '"ice
ANNE'ITE, shy and gentle, and
ihe most lovable of the five.
wants to attend a concert
i MIUH merely said: "Can I
see the public library?"
We did sec thatbut from the
window of the sightseeing bus M
we raced part. T"* "u know the nlm t8r'1
lu the grey suits, blue velvet though they do not go to gMMi
GorgeoiiM
I'lOIM.i::
What Price Picasso?
By JON HOPE. Beueauser, His first story. A Long
as Cost-of-culture index Jumps Day's Dying, did well enough in
;, few points. the Stales to allow him lo Uke a
Publishers Rider and Co. are year's holiday from schoounasler-
usking 0s. *d. for 60-page book lug. It will be issued here in
of ricaaao'a play. Desire Caught February. Beuchner plans to
Uy The Tail. Book contains a few llnish another novel before return-
illuslrations by the author. It ing to New Yorkand school-
also contains a few pages w'th mastering.
nothing at all on them, though # Carrying on the family tra-
they are included in the three- ditionstarted by their father and
score grand total uncleof capturing nature'a magic
Among other things, the publish- within book covers are John and
era announce thev are amused to Cherry Keartoo. John has written
give the British public the book. Nature Memories. Brother Cherry.
I think 1 seo what they mean. director of Jarrolds. publishes it
a On a brief visit to Britain Is next month.
novelist nephew of American WORLD COPYRIGHT
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1 ihe brow ol
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This incredibly looa>-
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if yoi use luitre-Creme Shimpoo today'
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n n-uthermg m nardeit wster. Leavts hsir
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PACK F.lfillT
SUNDAY ADVOCATi:
MMDAX, NOVKMBEI
BARBADOS & ADVOfflE
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MM ftr SM MvaMM .. LM.. IriU at. aMfaWn.
Sunday. November S, ItSO
TEX VI AIIS
A.'TKl. leu vc.iis m the WYst Indies the
Development and Welfare organization
have published another report, this time
by Sir Hubert Ranee, analysing Develop-
ment and Welfare in the West Indies 1JM7-
49. The delay in publication has been due
to a printers' strike in the United King-
dom.
Sir Hubert's report is a stocktaking
report. It is a gloomy document and is
more pessimistic than optimistic. Federa-
tion it says, may not be for a considerable
time. The population growth threatens to
exceed the rate of development of medi-
ocre natural resources. The steady in-
crease in the cost of living has absorbed a
considerable part of the gains in wage
rates. The area is dependent upon pur-
chase agreements and changes in interna-
tional economic relations on which it
cannot exert any significant influence.
Maintenance of expanded administrative
and social services depends on increased
production in the area.
The outlook is bleak.
During the period April 1, 1946 to March
31. 1M9. 15,500.000 have been allotted to
the West Indies through the Colonial
Development and Welfare organisation. By
the end of March 31. 1949 there have been
grants or loans up to 8,233,036; of these
grants and loans 3.855,193 had been
spent. *
Barbados which had only spent 117,575
of an allocation of 800,000 by March 31.
1949 has now only 160.000 to be drawn.
What value is there in a report of this
nature?
Firstly in spite of the time lag in publi-
cation the rtport contains much useful fac-
tual information which ought to be studied
and digested by all those who live in the
area. Its study by politicians, journalists,
writers and all who discuss the past, pres-
ent or future of the West Indies would
eliminate much of the loose speech and
writings which today are all too frequent
in the area. Not everything that the re-
port *ays can be accepted, of course, with-
out comment or criticism.
This newspaper challenges for instance,
the statement that a supply of photogra-
phic material and written material could
not be obtained locally on an adequate
scale to project the way of life of the West
Indies to Britain. But in spite of peaalmiam.
gloom and occasional comment of a nature
that will provoke disagreement among
many in the West Indies the report does
present an overall picture of life in the
Weat Indies today In a brief factual sum-
mary. Beginning with the Economic back-
ground the report has chapters on agricul-
ture. Forestry. Fisheries, Education,
Public Health. Housing. Labour, Social
Welfare, Public Works. Civil Aviation and
Tele-communications, Information Services
and Broadcasting, and Vital Statistics.
Whatever the defects of the chapters
dealing with these subjects both in view
of the passage of time and as to limitation
of content, it is no exaggeration to state
that nobody else in the Caribbean could
condense in 150 pages for the price of 3/6.
so much information about the area and
its problems.
But having said this and having praised
the work of the organisation for its decade
of good deeds and activities let us pose a
question.
What is to be the future of the Develop-
ment and Welfare Organization In the
West Indies? Can a body which has
already had three heads and now sports
a fourth in the short span of ten years;
can a body whose only links of continuity
are its Chief Adviser and the present act-
ing Administrative Secretary can such
a body even in its advisory capacity do
more effectively for the West Indies?
The question cannot be easily answered.
The West Indies would no doubt be a
poorer region without the Development
and Welfare Organization. But already in
the space of ten years the files, reports,
records, conferences, studies, discussions.
ideas, thoughts and even actions of the
organization have led us no further for-
ward than this pessimistic if challenging
report of Sir Hubert Ranee.
Can the Development and Welfare
Organization with its decade of experience
and, its collection of statistics, continue to
hover Socrates-like, suspended, as it were,
in an aerial hammock, swinging now to
the rhythm of Caribbean demands, now to
the subdued insistent note of Whitehall's
muffled vtice? Can it? and still serve the
interest of the West Indies?
One thing is certain. Pessimism is not
the answer to West Indian ills. The
depressing gloom of this publication must
be scattered by those who are determined
to see that the West Indies are not over-
looked in the hard trek to greater material
prosperity.
cterestl of the Development and
Welfare Organisation have got to be
wholly identified with the interests of the
West Indies if they are going effectively
to advise West Indian Governments or to
execute regional programmes sanctioned
by federal or non-federal Caribbean Ltj
laiures.
At present even at the modest cost of I
56,500 (paid by the British taxpayer) it |
Is doubtful whether the West Indies can
hope for more than analysis or advice from
a body whose efforts are none the btt
appreciated by all West Indians who know
the facts contained in this report.
I HEY DO IT AffiAlN A1W AGAIN
0*
>iimiim< rio-x
IT IS strange how ordinary English
words are sometimes misunderstood and
are used to describe objects which are the \
very opposite of what the word was in- |
tended to convey.
Directory is a word which causes an
abundance of confusion in this island.
Instead of guiding the reader, the Tele-
phone Directory is a labyrinth and a maze
in which the seeker after a telephone num-
ber is hopelessly lost.
In his abysmal ignorance he will turn to
the A's for Agricultural Department. After
hunting for a considerable time he will
suddenly remember that there is a depai '.-
ment named Science and Agriculture so he
will try the S's only to find that science is
not listed. Two days later he will be told
by a friend that he should try the D'a for
in Barbados departments are listed under
n
With this further instruction as his
guiding star, the seeker after numbers
tries to contact the Government Veterin-
ary Officer. He searches for hours through
the G's for Government and the V's and
the D's and gives it up in disgust only to |
be told weeks afterwards that the Govern-
ment Veterinary Officer's telephone num-
ber is to be found in the P's. The
Government Telephone numbers supply
sufficient puzzles to tax the ingenuity of a
crossword puzzle expert but they are
merely on the fringe of the maze. Many
visitors have heard of the Aquatic Club
long before they land in Barbados, but
many have failed to be able to contact
friends at the club for the simple reason
that it never dawned on them to look
through the B's to find a name beginning
with an A. As a matter of fact the B for
Barbados is so popular that it is quite on
the cards that in a few years' time Barba-
dos will be able to boast of the only direc-
tory in the world which is restricted to one
letter of the alphabet.
When this rearrangement takes place
perhaps the next word in the title will be
listed in true alphabetical order and the
directory will tell the seeker, without
undue exertion, where to find the tele-
phone numbers of Barbados Aquatic, Bar-
bados Black Cat, Barbados Dairies,
Barbados Electric Corporation. Barbados
Lumber Merchants. Barbados Veterinary
Officer, Barbados Smiths, Barbados Yacht
Club and Barbados Xanadu.
Now that the Telephone Company is pre-
paring a new directory is the time to em-
ploy someone with a sense of direction to
prepare a list that will be instructive and
an easy guide to wanted numbers.
II Ml 14 II V
BARBADOS is supposed to be attempt-
ing to attract visitors to the island but it
must be admitted that the efforts in this
direction so far must be described as pecu-
liar.
One would have imagined that all avail-
able literature and pictorial scenes of the
island would have been displayed in the
few steamships which make Barbados a
port of call.
It is quite possible that the Publicity
Committee may be sending such literature
and pictorial scenes to the Steamship
agents who just can't be bothered to send
it off to the various ships. But even if this
is so, such action is not sufficient to exoner-
ate the Publicity Committee whose duty,
if taken seriously, should not end when
the literature is sent to the Steamship
agents. They should make it a point to
see whether the literature and pictures are
being used and, If not, they ahould inter-
view the agents and write to the principals
asking for an explanation. It may be that
the principals may not consider the liter-
ature And the pictures to be of a sufficient-
ly high standard to be displayed in their
ships, or it may be that their servants are
too negligent to have it displayed.
Whatever the reason may be it is strange
that in the R.N.S. Bonaire there was
copious literature and scenes depicting
Trinidad. Tobago. Grenada and British
Guiana but never a word or picture of Bar-
bados.
And at the Agencies in London most of
the West Indian Islands, except Barba-
dos, are fully advertised with emphasis
laid on the beauty of the scenery and the
charm of the climate.
The French Liner "Colombie", with its
potential passenger traffic has been allowed
U) make its maiden voyage after being re-
conditioned without, it would appear, any
effort of the Publicity Committee to use
it as a setting for a display of advertising
material telling the world the charms of
Barbados.
Such inaction cannot but encourage the
public to ask whether the Publicity Com-
mittee are taking their duties seriously?

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Sitting On The Fence
ik win ami: i i.i'inii.xs
Up work* in CMWn* muMim
factory." -Nwb fri..i
Christmas comes but once a yea*
To everyone bul mo.
They eat their pud; It does them
tood
With Christmas cke for tea.
By Boxing night iheyve seen
enough
Of turkey, pud and pie
In Ipvaft mood I stir the pud
From August to July.
Wild winds of March may howl
outside,
Soft April ram may fall.
The birds of May with love song
gay
Will charm the ears of all. .
Of all but me In factory steam
As cauldrons boll and bubble.
i savage mood T stir the pud.
And wish not Joy but trouble
When cowslips bloom in meadow
sweet
Each summer brecre that blows
Brings scent and smell from wood
and dell
To many a lucky nose;
But not to mine, that sniffs naught
else
But rum and boiling suet .
In savage mood I stir the pud,
Creation as I do It.
So if you eat. this Christmas time,
A pud I might have made,
While you. by stream, reclined to
dream
In drowsy woodland shade;
No blessings shall attend your
board7
No luck shall come your way .
I stirred your pud in savage mood.
And cursed vour <"*hristmBS Hay.
The Lost Bone
"Dog companionship Is a
major factor In outwitting old
age,- writes Dr. Clarence W.
I.n-1.. "but the nervous type of
dog is nut good medicine for
high-strung humans; nor Is
the sad-eyed, phlegmatic type
good for sad and depressed
personalities."
Cheer up, Rover.
Oh. I'm oil right.
You needn't look
/ can't ftelpir. It's
miserable.
V long face,
nd bio eyet, and
and long
everything.
And your wrinkled, worried
brow.
Yes. f know. But (had my
breed, f was born with wrinkle*.
V..hi. peri tbfl kind of dog the
doctor ordered. Hover.
/ know 7'm not. You should
hare had a Uvelu. boisterous litrIV
doy. alwayi barking and eatinu
four bedroom slipper*.
I dont like boisterous Mile dogs
*rho tal bedroom 'Upper*. Rover.
Sor do I. But then we're very
murh alike. Yon also hone big
eye$ and a tang. face. And long
ear* too.
You needn't be iiersonal. Hover.
Oh. fm sorry. Hut we're much
th same type, aren't we?
We both surfer from melancho-
lia, if that's what you mean. But
then you don't have all my wor-
ries
/ have "iu worries, too.
Since 1 passed die middle fifties
I find my memory's going. I'm
always losing things like specta-
cles and bank books.
So am f.
Don't be silly. Hover. You dont
have such things
I haw other Uiinoi. Lar uifl*
I buried a bone But I can't re-
member where. I Iry and try and
try. In the night I irafce thinkfuy
and wondering.
Oh. poor Rover Anything else?
Yes. Bui we atnt go into that.
Why not? We i friends, aren't
araf What is it? Girl trouble?
Ye*.
That's a foolis'i worry. Rover.
You know you can have your girl
friends here for ea and biscuits
any lime you like.
I know. But f.iey wont come.
Won't come. H ver"
It's my lono. miserable face.
They lauyh at il
There, there, dont cry. Rover.
Girls have alwU laughed at my
face. too.
Have they?
That's why I'm a bachelor.
Rover.
I'm so sorry.
So we have on' more thing in
common. I'll buy you another
bone, and when >-u bury it. we'll
mark the spot with a little stick,
shall we?
Oh, thank you. You're so oood
to me.
It's nothing between friends,
Rover.
Diary of a Worm
Flushed excited worm arrives
home late to tell wife he has
joined Civil Defence.
Oh, so this is worm's latest trlrk
to stay out late, is it?
Not content with years In Home
Quart, wssao wife, was left nlone
in air raids while swashbuckling
worm went round district armed
to '."Hi irigbti-nlng neighbours
and pourini! immev ..ver counters
of low taverns wifh witty worm
MaMI Worm has now found an-
other excuse to show off In uni-
form with silly medal ribbons in
front of blonde barmaids.
Wifi- wouldn't mind so much
If puny, undersized worm didn't
look such a fool in uniform three
sizes too big; or if worm had
brains to become chief warden
like gas manager.
Patriotic glut manager, who
join.-d Civil Defence nt first ap-
peal, not only has lime to manage
gas but has passed all wardens
exams, and is now chief instruc-
tor for whole county, mixing with
Up top* and retired colonels and
heads of police and Home Office
What chance is there for fud-
dled worm to pass exams, when
fuddled worm hadn't enough in-
telligence even to become lance-
,-orporai in Home Guard, while
clear-headed gas manager, who
never had more than two sherries
before dinner, properly served at
proper time by maid in white cap
-mi apron, was zone commander,
driving about in powerful cars
with everybody calling him "sir."
No doubt, of course, worm
thinks of himself as hero, destined
bg savi country from destruction
No doubt warden worm, drunk
with power, will infuriate neigh-
bours, ordering them about ll
trouble comes.
Bui, as wife sees U, fuddled
worm, his health ruined by self-
indulgence and Irregular meals,
bolted like pig at trough, his
pockets emptied by cadging wonr.
friends, will soon useas laugh-
ing slock of Civil Defence and
finally be drummed out for in-
competence so that wife can never
hold her head up in worm's
Avenue Again.
IM'11 READERS SAY:
the peopla and a world-wide
what Price A Sam Lordt demand that a new spiritual
To The Editor, The Advocate, purpose shall be denned in law
SIR.To be a collector of Auto- and bo made the mainspring of
graphs of prominent people re- human activity can save clvlliza-
quires a fat pocket book to-dsy. tion from destruction, a spiritual
A Bernard Shaw signature will code which will replace power
fetch 25 and wUl treble if ho politics and selfish materialism is
pastes. The signature of Queen not an impractical Idea ft will
Victoria might fetch a pound "? mankind fr (without the Seal) while a Qeorg* that threatens hi. very existent-..
Washington- a thousand! Usaal principles are laid down in
Nelson's signature changed hanus ""-, U"ad Nations charter, but
at 33, but on a letter to his will not become effective until
poor Emma', a tidy sum A the common peoples or the
genuine Will. Shakespeare will world demand that they be put
pay for a trip around the world IT,, effect
and the signers of The American CONRAD I.EROY BRATHWAITE
Declaration of Independence
bring quite a fist full. Better Sanitation
My American customer spent an ,, .
hour poring over old letters and ror Briagctown
documents including three history _. _._ _, .
book Queens. George IV. Duke. J" Th'''r' **%** m
of Wellington. Kitchener, French. SsSSSfvS -,-^SLm, S,
The Old Mikado. Duke of Kent Sanitation Thiirnust bttfgi"
(Victoria's father*. Gladstone. Bridge own jtairways. alley-
Palmerston. Lord Roberts, Duke Wfl>s- lunch-places, should clean-
of Teck, Devonshire, not forget UP- ,. ,
ting Stanley who found Llvlnf- Also Bridgetown cannot afford
stone. loflr valuable space such as
His parting words wert; "Now Trafalgar Square,
if you had one of Sam Lord's I\l <-mfort and Sanitation come
buv it He was some irur" "r"t- "<* thl* *'wt should ba
V GORRINGS ,mt to *me "* modem In-
Antique Shop: ** .phon* Booths etc. Now
Ci it is a dreary spectacle remind-
.vi.u-fc. ii [^ OM oi npifuhness. Hero is n
The Fdifor. Tht Advocate. m good spot for a sunstroke.
SIR,The news that an attempt Fight T.B. with Sanitation,
assassination has been made upon BRIDGETOWN YOUTH. '
the life if President Truman.
has indeed shocked the entire Give Early Eor Xmai
democratic world, but let us W
be found asleep as to the*- To The Edifor. The Adiwafe
hapiwning* for v*ry few people silt. Evei v year as Christmas
know the truth concerning the npproaches there is a big ruan,
Hr^ndi'v VJ ?l iSTK "Im0t **W. Which IS bC-
we be sure, the evils or the world ,u k -^i j . v_i .*,..
thf cruellies, rapine. 3 ,"?." '" """, ""
Klopread starvation and unemployed by a little work at
war. all .pring from lr of a ,hi """' "' "" >"'"r: a"'' ^uce
spiritual code to guide or control congestion The regular at
finance, politic, and the cpmmer- ro* eoP* wlUl U"1 Xmas ru.n.
clal and social life of the naUom.What a )oy to M
only spiritual revival amotut anuUne to get a little help at this
NOW
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'^3 I
THE THRIFTY WILL SHOP NOW
YOI'R CHOICE OF-
time? Charity should go all out
and save many a heartbreak
I beg to say a word tor tha
Pensioner*, that they be given
their small allowance early, how
can old people get around In ooo-
Reated plnoes and at th last
minuta? Give early. J*
REMINDER
Road Danger
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,A short while ago I *-.
rowlv avoided an accident whei
I met a man in Bridgetown rid
Jng o bike and carrying a pas
senger on the crossbar who "-
leading another ridarleaa biki
.ilungside.
A waak later l met a child -v
a bike in DayreUs road whoa,
feet could not roach the pedah
and who progressed by rfcl*
at them whan they read"-1 t.-
top of their stroke. She also bad
.. child of about the same ago o
her crossbar. Without the "t*TO
art warning they shot out wob
bling into the traffic from a 1'
path. Had I not been going >
enough to pull up dead III
couple of yards there would bs >
been a nasty meat.
la not this sort ot trick RfbQ,
in town trail.e "driving tO Uu
common dangur". And would Ot
the driver of a notor car bo
proaecuted if he canted a pn-
eenger so.ted between hlmsel:
and tt:, Btaartag wheel and hold-
ing on to it to keep himself In
thnt potion?
I understand that the carrying
Of passengers "n 'he crossbars of
bikes was only allowed during
(he war reara owing to the
Bearcats of transport. But i>
there any reason why flve years
afler the war, with the volum
Of traffic now on the roads, them
lecklces people sl.jmld be en-
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SINDAV NOVEMBER 5, t50
SIXDAY VDVOCATE
PAGE NINF.
BLITHE SPIRIT
tt> Illtl I I HAMILTON
-Bl.iTMt BP1MT," produced
wiih notable success by the Bar-
bados DramaUc dub al the
taping Incatrc last Thursday
and Friday, u. uot perhaps Noel
Cowards beat pl-y. but it dis-
plays to a hiuii dearw in. un-
canny, wtu-h-doc.nl .,.
for detecting a change in the uulac
of in* sophisticated public almost
before it has occurred Some old-
er playgoers may remember how,
ui the early twenties, The Vor-
tex" and "fltttn Angels" catne as
near as anything to b-iruj kISSed
off the mage; but Mr. C-ward
knew what he was up to, and
got away with .t i venture to
think he would not at that period
have hazarded before the public
llus improbable farce," in which
~ leading (and by no mean* un-
sympathetic) character is hilari-
i usiy .lespalchwt to the shades at
the end of the second act, to return
to give posthumous assistance to
one of the funniest last scenes in
the modern theatre But Mr. Cow-
ard knows his humour, and he
know* hit time The hereafter has
been devalued for many years
new; why not get some fun out
of if Almost, he has loat his
power to shock, and criticism Is
silenced by .1 man whose range
Includes at one end so majestic an
example of the phony as "Caval-
cade", and at the other the rx-
QUbNta tenderness, delicacy and
sincerity "I the film "Brief En-
counter" Mr. Coward should hc-
wart if ho is not careful he will
n a few years find himself canon-
ised as a Grand Old Man of the
Theatre, to suffer nV pun?* ^f a
urk'ate hell in which each new
work 11 greeted with universal
hut without surprise.
The Barbados Dramatic Club
got off the mark with that cheer-
ful farce "The Middle Watch,"
which I was unfortunately unable
to see, and it is a sign of a proper
1 nmtti that the Company should
now aim at so difficult a target
' Blithe Spirit." There is no doubt
about the difficulty. Sincerity, a
quality which good amateurs are
better able to achieve than noi-
so-good professionals, is here not
i iiougli In j ploy <>f thii kind
tugh degree ol vutuosily, 01 pol-
ish, liming ami speed, are the
necessai) ingredient.* ol a fully
successful performance. These are
gifts that can only COM with
considerable experience under
highly expert direction; and n Is
greatly to the credit of Norman
Wood and this company that they
scored, If not a bull's eye, a very1
rear miss. Signs of thought, intel-
ligence, care, and attention to de-
tail were written all over the pro-
duction All that was lacking w-
that Anal quality of snap and
finish to carry the audience over
the danger spots, when its enslave-
ment is dependent entirely on the
dialogue, and the point given to It.
It la the early part of the plaj
which Mr. Coward has made so
hard for the performers. The
lirst *c*n* and the greater part of
the secondover three quarters
of the first actare entirely con-
cerned with exposition, the setting
before the audience of the situa-
tion and preparation for what is
to come. The bad manners of cer-
tain London stall-holders, accus-
tomed to arriving long after the
rlM of the curtain and thereby
making it impossible for their
neigbours to give attention to the
play, has had a curious effect
on dramatic construction. A play-
wright seldom dares to allow any-
thing important lo happen for at
least ten minutes; Mr. Coward.
sufljirixingly diffident .about his
iblllly to get his following into
the theatre punctually, has here
extended this to over half an hour.
This is plain cruelty to actors and
actresses, and particularly to ama-
teurs, not quite able to get the
last ounce of the extremely witty
dialogue and bound to miss that
keying up which comes from a
warm relation with an audience,
whose friendly Interest has been
quickly engaged.
I think thai perhaps a little
more might have been done to
overcome this difficulty: a greater
use made of the stage for move-
ment, a sharper pointing of the
Unas, a stricter insistence on the
maximum effective speedwhich
does not mean gabblingconsis-
tent with audibility With the
seance, however, the company ar-
rives safely in port, thereafter
thai-* I* no nagging of amusement
right up to the dellnotM COskrtU-
Ura, an.l
11 *<>uld I-- Invidious to single ou;
(or special cominendalion an>
one member of an excellent SfM
W no we.oc
spots Idns Mills Is easy convirw-
inf, ana sympathetic us the
baiassed husband who at la-.t
achieves the serene haven of
d>.ublc widower-hood, an enor-
mous part of the type played ye.. s
-a-j by Charles Ha wire \ .,
unious throwback b> Mr. Coward.
this. To get through It as Mr. Mills
did was a feat of endurance ua
well as skill, and the same must
be said of Christine Oracle as th.*
second wife Ruth, who has abnon
as much to do. and does It with
mteiligcn.e and unfailing poise
a ive and dead. Ann Musgravs as
Btvtra ll in Rupert Brookes- word.
a moat individual and bew tide-in*
ghost who catcher the
Impish charm of the part with
remarkable understanding Gold
White, as the medium who starts
all the trouble, gives a perform-
ance cf splendid soliditv aiui
assurance, though I think an lute*.
P relation which made Madam
Arcati a full-blown eccentric
rather than a straight heart\ might
jy imparting ureaier variety, have
neipod the production. I am con-
vinced that this lady was meant
to have been brought up at Too* -
ir.g, with a manner and' speech
she was far too strong-minded
10 modify Nina MicheUn and
William Lambert. m friends of the
hug-ridden family, a little aloof
from its troubles, made. In their
very different styles, an accom-
plished, amusing, and exception-
ally audible contribution to the
macabre gaiety of the evening,
and more than the patron!sink
word usually accorded to stage
maids should be given to Joan
King, whose vitality was a delight.
It lg too late to persuade any
one to go and see "Blithe Spirit."
but not too soon to urge every-
one interested In the locsl theatr.-
to look out for the next venture of
this company, which has in mi
short a time attained so consider-
able a level of achievement.
si'iiirr nnsiM.
lltl k I IIIMI Mil III All
MADAME ARCATI (Oolde WhlU) casts bar spell over CHARLES, bat tie spirits don't go away.
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PACE TFS
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, NOVKMBtR
Trinidad Schoolg
Get Holiday For
iNe* Dogma
(V*Mi O* Ova Cr>M>i4iU
PORT-OF-SPA1N. Nov 3.
Trinidad Joined lh? rest of the
world yesterday in roiolcina ov*i
tba Definition of th* Assumption
of Our Blessed Lady as a Dogma
of Catholic Faith wi-ich was pro-
clasrned by the Holv Father. From
orly mornina there were service*
In every Catholic church, and nil
schools were given a holiday in
mark the occasion. At noon all
Catholic churches throughout the
colony rang their bells as part of
the celebrations
Conditions For
J>g.Co.M<'inlWsliii)
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov. 3
It was decided at a meeting hell
last night in Port-of-Spain thnt
member*, ot the Municipality
could also sit on the Laudative
and Executive Councils, once ihc>
did not hold Ministerial posts.
It Government accepts tho
Council's views the Hon. Raymond
Qucvedo. Hon. Aubrey James and
Hon Ranjit Kumar would ngal"
be able to sit as Councillor*
The Hon. Norman Tang. Minis-
ter of Health and Local Govern-
ment would be debarred In an.
case on .-count of his Ministcritil
powers. Hon. Tang was Mayor of
Port-of-Spaln He was present
at the meeting a* a listener.
%445 Snatcher Caught
By Police Patrol Car
'From Oui Own Corraapon
PORT-or-SPAIN. Nov. 1.
A i.diiiig J445 snatch and run
raid s.t-rday from Barclays
Bank, i'c -of-Spain was foiled by
a p*. . r4 oar ifter an un-
identiil.'.i man a) thi Union Club,
Fort-of Spain, hrd con;.i.
The victim wa Corade Henaud.
who had gone to the bank to make
deposit for his employers.
Qreeii Coconu. Bji At the time of
the uuttch he was making his way
from the Tellers case to a table
neaiii> to check, when a man
of the tank Shouta of -thief
came from Itcnaud who gave chase
and was Joined by others. The
patrol car sorm caught up with tin-
man, und the money was recover-
ed. He is lepoitwl to be a native
of Mont.*'rrtuV
"Healer" Gaoled
Prom our t_nn> Conp>iionitili
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov 3
James tiraj ham of Coora.
Sangrc Qrinda was sentenced to
30 days imprisonment for pre-
tandmg to all persona that h*
waa a healer who had come
train British Guiana to attenj
to sick persons tn Trinklad.
He gave his name aa "Daddy"
Trmn each oi trie six persona he
received 48 tents and .. full grown
rooster Another victim was a
woman at Turure. He sent bar
huaband to buy some incanae and
when he returned he found Gray-
ham assaulting his wife.
HARBOUR LOG
Id Carli.lt Bay
Sen. I lairi*t Whiiij-
ach E.i.u.ru, >*. s*h i .i.i,... aea
Lorhtavai S. Bert Msr*a Hrnndta. ttetl
CJttl K SinWt. Sen. Mr> M U.
SCH Moll* N JonM. MV Darrwood.
BOI France W S ml 111. Sell Mndly
New Course
Honours
Lord Mililin.
Plane With 48
Still Missing
*y
ABirfUJ
S<* W l. EuniclS. SS ton.
Jtp*. from DomlfUn
sch cioudla a SI torn
'ii..h QQasaa
Kelt Gardenia W U t,.,.
WallK*. .m Trkiidad
i>r*rt as-
Bch. PhyBU Btwh, S| ion,
MjQMllktn. tor SI. Vincent
C.HENOBLE. Nov. 4.
A French official said today
"hope Is running out" of finding
the Air India Constellation plane
missing in the Alps with 48 people
on board
The orncial gave thi- Inform-
ation at Albertvi 11 Savoy centre
of the search from the ""Tench side
IIIMW MORGAN-
LONDON. Nov. 4
Cas>i The memory of the late Lord
Mlldmay the ireatest amate.ji
*** capi is to be perpetuated by the con-
tni<-tM>n oi ii new atseplechasf ~* JiT ISTJtl"~T-".T" TZ?
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& ESS J'..."~" afford horses a chanee of vlni,
I i. THn",Jii"'"" ""-c"" " hccomlni "Amirer cmdM,- '
mv_ 1'anMiai, ciialirnaar j.na ian. the nc track hriiTf constructed Several ground t-etch paraes
Cai.t Claikp.
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Ship, lii Touch With
Barbadoi Coaal Station
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11- 1* r, S

Mi-i m
nound the central enclosure In- signalled back to base by walkie
side the National course 'alkie -adio that they were giving
Rruter. "P be-a use heavy snow and wind
------------------------------- made their Job impossible
I'nli<'.' Mr.llL I Irs P uaenda of weary troops,
I OIK < I>rt UK Up police and guides plunged into
^-. bliJJarda to renew the search
Upeif Air McvUntL > *WltPia and heUcoplors
* ^ '<"" two French airfield* helped
ROME. Nov. 4. ''.V^-'""*. wUwr tondiUorrs
Jeep-bonw police squads aim- f"d 0,lKr """" ,wn standing
ed with batons broke up an opt,, '"tk/T,^ *y "nd '&.
Blr meeUim Qf iialian war ve ^ hr ,!l"'*t VJa* believed to
er.nTX're tfo-day "whin "*> fc <7* '"SuSFMI
peace penlsans' Invaded the JSSt It was b Za t,r B?,"?
scene shouting anti-wa. slogens BSIrVSthWtfia Srn^
I'oUce arrested 10 people and *nd a crew of eight.
i5ilhi "** f 'n't-owiinunisl Anxious radio calls wer* made
Triimtlll r.lilfir Tn 5Don,lor* ** !'"' move- all night from Lyons and Grenoble
1 rlllliail UOIHK I O ment which had been hoisted on but there was no answer from me
,_ _, the balcony over ooklng the airliner Malabar Princess.
PliertO KieO Square where veterans were An American transport u.ant
meeting. trashed on an Alpine glacier oi-
iCixmi Our Own Corrnpondsnt> The veterans were celebrating November 20, 1946 and all 12 oc-
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov. 3 November 4, a national holiday cupanta were saved. But search-
cri for the "Malabar PriiCMa" said
weather co/idi lions were much
better then
The French newspaper "Aarore*
aid: "One dares not imagine
cud of the airliner with Ita
British pilot desperately trying to
land hoping against hope Monks
here fear thai the thick an
Id make it impossible to Mnd
Mr J liaumgarten. told press- kept in Italy as "Armed Forces
men in Trinidad on Friday that he Dey" to mark the Italian victory
vas the only passenger who had over Austro-Hungarian forces in
oeen able to get out of his hotel in J*i* L,h* "<* ot the Firs;
Puert. Ricj under i Mvy polivo Worl* War.
escort Attendants at various
hotels had deserted and visitors
had to prepare their own meal*
Transport to the airport was not
.vaiiuble He fiirher revealed
that the Hots* Carlb Hilton at
which he was staying had reserva-
tions for Mrs. Truman, wife of
President Truman and bar daugh-
ter, who were expected to arrive
there on November 11. On reech-
-K<-"'-r
Franco Hailed
ByCheeringCrowds aSSffleSiS
Saint the 33
old British pilot of :h- Air
Chief I'"l' (-""'"!'*llation nu .
f State drove through cheering ho A*PV"!*. look n^rr ,,K" l",t
ing the airport at Puerto Rico, bo Madrid crowds to-day on his re" ,or ,hp I"1 le * 'he-Bomhay-
MADRID. Nov. 4.
Itvneral Franco, Spanish Chief
said he was Informed by the em- turn from
ployees that the plot
ii.) the iilrport hod tv i
MrvefeeT As heavily guarded. This of eoar*
is due to the riot now r;.gii.'. .n
Puerto Rico.
16 days tour ol '>do,t pi*M "* :
and the Canary "",K a'rport here.
He
ni.
Fa- i
Protest Against Taxation
HeUsgata- Junior Steel Band
pending: the streeta of St. John s
this morning carried a placarj
annoMnringj a demonstration at I
o'clock to-day In protest agains.:
the proapoeed Increased taxation
British Medical Adviser
Visiting Trinidad
PORT-OF-&PA1N, Nov 3.
The Hon. Norman Tung, Mm-
(stci of Health in Trinidad has YJ'^aZ*"^' JSUSTEL TS1
reported that Dr. D. W. Priddle, l*^"l. and rev,cw^ the Span
Medica.1 Adviser to Mr jdni.-. "
Griffiths. Secretary ..f State tor
Colonies, is due to arrive if
Tnmdad un Novembei 13 far a
stay of ten days. The idea of tho
trip is that by an on-the-spot ex-
nmination of conditions In the ter-
ritories, he could become bolter
informed to answer questions in
rariiAmaat j,.
Spanish Africa
J%Z\ near ^^"h ^ ~ -S-S ^ ^bJS!
^hH'Sirr.,,rranco'mdth.^a1; ?> ^^-ed cA way,
Ue independencia where he was lGt,ey''.^nST? > ~".
raw-iv.-d by the Corporation ani u who had brought It from Hum-!
the Mayor of Madrid. "'.
Wurkert and school children had s*ml w" known as one of the
all been given holiday, and huge company's most experienced pilot*
lowda lined Madrid's beflagged He kMW the region well and
main streets to greet "El Caudll- only rour weeks ago had made a
lo" standing in his open car. perfect landing despite dense tog.
During his tour the General Ho h"<1 rtla> nrrt contact with
tine! visited Spams Sahara colon- Geneva at five a-m. yesterday
each of the seven Canar/ mornliiR. and had been kept con-
tinuously posted with weather
conditions
During the morning the plane
asked for further briefing on at-
mospheric conditions. Last con-
tact was made about 10 40 a.m.
after which nothing more was
heard. K eater.
"iSjhvooiD?
ill
W" > " *.
"aad luran aaw aa na,
aatnua 7** a. ptaa af
aTa. iba r-aaoa iha| vi
I at
Waai vr* aaaa M a coium u 'Saaakapa' aa. aaia aa aJ a*aa
Nero Toaa: Paaa. taaaaMjai' oaaa- ~* 0<"i
aaa. M> Oaaa Mini >illII aaal aad aa. aa. aaa a. (ja ,
aar^taaaaa Safe a. S i
'SA\AT rVr.HFsT TONIC POOD
nartorts bcgJlh, youih mad vifflrr
e* wm las.
ilhlSlltlll -rims aliuait flltlf
Alkaleltser oflsrs you Fust Aid
i you want It moat relieves
the aftssr-aff ads of late hours and
In food and drink.
I or two tablets to a glaaa
af fakf and watan It Aas. Then
grbhh St dowo-svarkllng. plaaaant-
k not a laxative Brings you
Alka-Seltzer
Heater
Bight Businessmen Will
Control Pearmament
LONDON. Nov 4
A "committee of eight" from
British industry prepared today
u> take deciaion that may affect i ram Crashes Into Lorry
tho llTOs ot* everyosse In this I.IEGE. Nov. 3
country Appointed to a apodal A train slid^ right through into
Beauty, you lifted
tip my sleeping eyes, &
And filled my heart
with longing with a look,"
JOHN MASEFIELD
<%%*7!t^
SCHOOL RESULTS
LONDON gaarmament rnmialltaa by the \***l ** tJf^t'SSS
_ School dealu In the Isle or OovcmmaM, Ibalr taak la lo ',''2^1 "*t i!lc,rrlM
Blr. CambrldBC&hln-. arc lo build up tha ajagnai of tba
be made two Tnchet blager. be. raaaalve EaUOO.OOQ.000 Raanna-
eause improved school meals have ment Programma Their namea
..,,
of blRgei have Daan kapt a
But lhar found him still in hi.
clola aacrat ,,t_nrmlr tuipended belween
Keater. au ~
Mothers trust iimotts
fOJM MilKf
Remember, when you buy milk, that babies
and children need the b,.i. Ask lor KLIM,
and until reatricliooj are eased, uae care.
":::';;'. fully the klim rm c ga an.
\ th'
-, VagV bc*mi, tna
siil ffw m j
MIT.CHSH tit VEND ft
Like a happy memory, the haunting
fragrance of Mltcham Lavender brlnji
English countryside to Barbados
riglnally made by Potter & Moore
n their Mltcham Distillery two hun-
dred yean ago, Mltcham Lavender
hat ever since boon dedicated to
Beauty the World over.
LAV EN DEB. WATER
TALCUM POWCXft
TOILST SOAP
SHAVING SOAP
BR.ILLIANTINE
FROZEN BRILllANTlNE
AFTER.-SHAVE LOTION
These /100
are winner*!
they're wa li able
they're cHM-r-rr-i-lint
they're niuuey-Buvera
0Q'
w^
Thank* to Tootal faa nn now
HL.IHUUU Imiinv el rn.ir.lr-l.uiU.nK
lie- at far b-d cm.) i|J(1 y.iu BVSf
-ti^lr.l ; lln of Utlinn notnl luofci
;-..-. . .
They wash. Imui* . rta na w
(ullv hlif.) mi MlKM loRMlvr.
iIni assBksd -ilh .*.|Liir. lant HriSl it pull aiUslial ,-arh olkf-j.
They're crease- re*istina;.
Th* *!-rr...iin* fim.ii .IpLvi ihal
mrlns: civxm*.! Inok roim.l Ir- I not of
BBS I". ..^u fill * th.- in.l<- iiurk
I Mill l/l-;i)'(,n iIwTnotsI lir biM.
Il Hand. f..( flri< with Imb-d riw-
rriiUncp.
TOOTAL
TIES
erexue-r&Utlhg nml wathatU
1 'IHIIIID -tiwwl^l,.
electric
lighting
fittings
Graceful... cleverly desif*
. . a symplioiv.
colour, and bgtlt, V*i '
Ik proud of IseUl
nd utility in j ti
Lightinw; Pisscng.
On 8ate at BOOKER'S B'DOK DlltiO STORF.S
THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. \
BftlCXIETOWN. BARBADOS
. ySfNTlNC THE CNAAL ttCCTRIC CO I TO, O 1 ..
THIS WEtKS HOUSEWIFE'S REMINDER
THE
Home Furnishing Department
af
Wm. FOtlARH LTD.
ftlvea a guide to good buys
I II.I HI 11 1AII sIRV
5 Ins "id, - in ,lrr mi
(LORAL CRETONNE
48 Ins. HMf @ ll.oo par yd
ill (II 111 n CI'RTAIN
LACI.
HI Ins. wide Mr. aar |aj,
WHTra al CREAM
CI'aVTAIN LACE
IS and 24 Ina. u ulc
<& S6e SBe., 4ic 5* a .-,-,,
9c per rd. '*(\3
Brinii Brl_hlnes lo Your Home with
FURNISHING FABRICS OF ENLIVENING
COLOUR SCHEMES
now obtainable at
Wm. FOGARTY LTD.
.',','.-,*,;-.',;'SS *
Wa&iP&Watix
Make your pcuoi radon so further by fitting
ti 7cniih Oirburencr. Its inessurcd and
fsulllvu eoMRSl over the diuribcllon of
power, its .litj/mgiK. onst-enm jiwI t-iini*d
dfpendcbiiiiy. uiftl M the ieg nfrym-ntt nf
Ihr perfect ^ i' -i.neiivr Nu OondBl /.nnb
U nilCsl ha ii on (ban ut/A. ol u* .davics wa
ihe ii-.J today
fwaar
M*?co**
We enn supply ....
CARBURETTORS and
REPLACEMENTS
For all Popular Makes
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
HAY STRUT 111 DIAL 42SS
.... but we have them
AGRICULTURAL
FORKS
DIAL
4235 or 4302
IHE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
(Central Foundry Ltd., Proprietors)
Corner ol BROAD aid TUDOP STREETS
Phone 12J5
I


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER S, 195*
SCNTlAY ADVOCATE
p\r.r nrvEV
Cable Ship
Visits
*a ship "Bam
""
arrived nl Barbados on Friday
evening u hours af-
ter for Ti
TheJ*m' .iW here U...
dn\ berore fro Jamaica afte
effecting j rep,, ,
CHOIR ROYS
| he COBS'.
Ma ship
it
port overnight
day to repair u
:

for Ihe \V
ai s Lucia ii will be
that Kit-. >hip was among
the first Ihlpi !< nrrive at St.
Lucia -vith food and clothing
from Barbados after ihc Castries
(Ire Id June. I. 11)48
Schooners Bring
Fresh Fruit
of fresh
frull ire ii ... Um
jCtkUOIMH
im i o(hai
V..-; I
Tte 48
denu '.. In port yi
djachai t,VSh
mill b ii broucbl from

Oni raptali told tha
"Adi ocati i
orange-. Krapetrurt. pears, bana-
nas .in then
reaching ihe peak i>r theti Maaon
bi i ma oi b Lands. He be-
M would bo
gelling :i |Ood supply of fruit for
Christmas.
The *GardaDil W also brought
cedar board*, cylinders of gas
and household effects for Barba-
dos
The schooner "Cloudia S"
another arrival on Friday eve-
ning, brought 313 bags of char-
coal and 70 tons of flrev.ood
from British Guiaiie
TWO CUOlliaTERB -One of Caro OUT*
ilk exhibited at the Museum.
painting* which axe now
Scouts Learn
Lesson
"Rodney" Coming
Th.- -Lady Rodney" If expect-
ed lo nrrive al Barbados between
November 8 and 0. Henn Oar-
diner Austin It Co., Ltd told Ihe
-Advocate' .yesterday.
The -Rodney" Is coming from
South and will be sailing on from
Barbados vl_ the British North-
ern Islands for Canada
$50 FINE FOR 2 CENTS
PROFIT
,F1-!?^0" * Cotmpm*"!)
PORT-OF-SPA1N, Nov. 3
Ham Blssoon. an Eastern market
Vendor in Port-of-Spaln had to
pay $50 One for selling one half
pound of tomatoes for 12 cents
instead of 10 cents.
Tiiv Scouts and Hovers of tho
St. Luke's (98th B'dosj with
members of the Old Scholars'
Association made another effort
to augment their funds on Thurs-
day night. 26lh October, when,
through the courtesy of Col. R. T.
Michclin. Commissioner of Police
the Police Band under Capt Rat-
ion, O.B.E., A.K.C.M., delight-
ed a large audience with a musi-
cal and dramatic concert.
Much (.raise is due, among
others, to Cpl. Beat for his skill
vocal, manipulative and physi-
cal:>. from him the Scouts and
Rove ave lc..rnt that "Prison"
is at name for "Hell", and
wer. .mad to be careful and
con: .jte re their choice of tha
fair t'xtwo down-hill roads
hence an encouragement to
them to be an example to others.
ST. THOMAS' LOCAL
ASSOCIATION
The Annual General Meeting
of the St. Thomas' Local Associa-
tion was held at the Holy Inno-
cents* Boys' School at 7.45 p m.
SAILORS IN POUT
FRENCH SAILORS and Senegalese women -on* of Caro GUI's
ing. now balag axhiblled .. th. Barbados Museum.
on Monday. 16th October, through
the courtesy of the Rev. P. Q.
Hall. Chairman of the Board of
Managers The President of the
Association, Col. A H. C, Camp-
bell took the chair.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by the D.C., after which
the minutes of the previous an-
i.ual general meeting were read
nnd confirmed. Then followed the
D.C's ifpoit which showed that
there was a marked Increase In
the quality und variety of Scout-
ing activities in the parish. In
spite of a slight decrease In the
numerical strength Tins m
followed by the presentation and
adoption of the Treasurer's State-
ment.
In the election of office bearers
which took place next, the fol-
lowing officers were re-elected
lolonel A. H. C. Cumpbell < Presi-
dent); Mr. J A. M. vice President and Chairman of
Executive Committee); Mr C. D.
Jordan (Traaaurer). Mr. William
Watson was appointed Honorary
Secretary in place of Mr. K. Do
Lisle Jones, resigned. Messrs
F. H. Barker nnd J. Turtoti were
elected ns the L A.'s representa-
tive* on the Island Council.
The President, on behalf of the
LA., expressed appreciation of
the work which Mr. Jones had
done for the Association as its
Secretary and regretted that he
had found it necessary to relin-
quish the post. The L A *
thanks to Mr. Jones were placed
on record.
At the conclusion of the busi-
ness, three of the Scout TroopH
rendered a programme of enter-
tainment Items.
The meeting ended with th,i
singing of the National Anthem.
ST. JOSEPH'S LOCAL
ASSOCIATION
On Thursday, 2nd November.
the St. Jbaeph's LA. held lb
annual General Meeting at
the St. Joseph's Boys' School,
kindly lent by the Chairman of
the Board of Managers, the Rev
V Mallalleu. In the absence
of the President, the meeting was
presided over by Mr. L. T. Gay.
at There
. of parent.-
jNi
Tne Se--re"ary*s report dlselos-
ij tie citbanwment of the two
tha Horse Hill Senior
St Elisabeth's (Bath
Settlor Troops. These
'urnied about one jrasu
fjD, were closed on the recom-
of the late ADC
c Rev. L. C MaiiaUeu. The
three elementary school Troop
had liiiirt tuned throughout Ihe
*c:.r. ..Khuuith not vigorously
The Treasurer's Report was
ISO read and adopted
ClTI ers elected for the ensuing
I Mr j. Mapp (Preei-
Mt J. Thomas (Secre
i Mr S Durum (Treas-
rlM !. A " represents-
ttf Hand Council re
'ir. j Thomas and Mr. Albert
'Hack ni an.
The meeting placed on record
la thank* to the late A D.C.
" d other officers and members
who had given the movement
n rai, financial and gen-
1 ) sjppiirt during the year
The evening's proceedings con-
itfi m excellent pro-
Of entertainment bv the
i-.. -no St. Bernard'*
Guide Notes
I lie Lxecutiv? Committee
'"' uieeunaa oi um ruacuuva
Locnnw.wa were n.-m uming ..
LOMr. on S*turda>. 1m a,. t
ruewiay 17Ul.
hxirucls from the Island
Commissioner's Report
Mrs o. H. Adams has bee
elected lhainnan wl Uw Loci
1 tton. Mrs Adami was
very keen member of Is". Barbs
e>os Gume Coy mm we are please
io welcome her back Into th
Movement.
The World Conference
Mrs (Jilbert. the Colony Com-
missioner of Trinidad, represented
us at the 13th World Conference
which was held at Oxford thi
summer.
Hj;IH:,l'l
bf SOO mwch wumm.
P-ag r w|fci.f TW daaai
fJMgtBgas to be ireaud. espe-
cuJW ai lugbi
nas. bf (tie oV
hgktfully aorse-
aiogskiBPeaaadr
Pnrol nd 6nally
powdered mub
rot powder.
Macleans
keeps ^flSISIflll
and healthy
S>lliaSSaa5)!l tooth paste
PUROL.tnd
PUROLPOVDER
4.JJ). Mmi 4i4U ,.B1
Weaiern Hemisphere
Committee
Tha Island Commiaaione,- has
iwn re-elected a member for 2
yea -s of the Sub-Committee of the
n stern' asasaliuhara f*"-^mUtaa
Mrs (..lu-rt of Trinidad and Mr*
fa.quharson of Jamaica are the
1'iher British representative* on
this Committee, whose Head-:
quartern are In New York.
Campinf
The total number of campers
tor the year was 115 Guides and
Hungers and IS Gdlders. This
waa a great improvement as last
year only 48 camped.
The (iirl Gulden Fair
The Fair this year, which we>
held at the Drill Hall, was a re-
--. ,Iie amo'"il realised being
$2621.01 (546 0s 10|)
Pax Hill
Pax Hill to date has cost $12,533
73 of which $1440.00 (300) was
urJIT"'" 'm D^lopment and
Welfare To raise this sum has
meant 5 years of hard work: but
the Guides have foUowed the
Founder's advice "Do not beg for
money, earn it."
Lad.v O'Brien, who started th.
Girl Guides Association In 1918
has very kindly sent us a present
of some of our Pounder's tniml-
tabaa atotanaa Some of these are
lo be framed for Pax Hill
Much fish Caught
A total of 1.757 pounds of
.ream was marketed at the Ols-
tin Fish Market during the past
week. This, the Advocate wa-
informed, was the largest catch
"f bream to be marketed at Ols-
tin within a week.
Fishermen from the Oistln
urea have ulso been making small
catches of flying fish during last
week They are hoping that the
season will be In full swing
around the end of November
HMtit'S UOB>i\U
mm
rot H FMMEWORKS
ii #//# i tt.wvr
rf .-V
And after the fun u over for the night relax,
and cool off with a shower and a rub with
LIMACOL. Even if you're very tired you'll
find your spirits will soar like a sky-rocket
when that refreshing coolness steals over you.
making you tingle all over with new life and
energy.
k.
Enjoy the freshness of LIMACOL at all
limes of the day. It is useful in dozens of
ways. That's why it is called "the perfect toilet
lotion of the Caribbean."
Remember LIMACOL is obtainable in both
large and small siaas. plain or mentholated.
LIMACOL
"Thf I''i mSUMM at a #/=#
in a Until-"
>** \ Hi/'""' '.Id.- Xffvnls
I Shop for th,' i ,.,,,, iftmttmmt . .
at N. E. WILSON & CO. swan street.
and f/tii/B I'irtoru -**# thi* High tout o/ BJrina.
#aoooao o a*> aooaK.^^


PAGF TWTIA I
SI\I1\Y ADVOCATE
SCNDAX. NOVEMBER 5. 1S
Ranee Report Outlines Difficulties
Facing West Indies
Little Room For Optimism
FKUKHATION may no b for considerable lime it*
come. m Sir Hubert Kan e in a reporl or. Development
and Welfare in the West In lies, published today.
Though the West Indie: stretch over as wide a distance
on the e.ii in's .surface m es between the Hebrides and
Cyprus - a fact that, in il elf. makes the way to Federa-
tion hardthey du nune il I less unmistakably constitute
" mj - the report
content rate on utility goods, mh h
M fluoi-miu. sim-bllim* j.i.rl light
lUOJIaW for thr loral m.irket. ti- j
gt-lher with such fane
They lie amul thr Americas In
the same part af
still inadequate, shipping services
that join tnem to the United
Kingdom will DormaUy diu-harg*-
and collect caret, and passengers.
on each round trip, not at one
West Indian port alone but .il
several. The tourist who comes
bv tea or air Trom the Uniteo
States or Canada expect-- (toi
opttmisticalK) to pass from one
Colony to another, if he so wish-
es, with lew n no offlrtul for-
malities or other hindrance; anr
to be able to use the same cur-
rency in whatever Colony he find*
himself. The islands >
or leas the same climate and an
afflicted with the same diseases,
whether of man or of crops Their
Inhabitants are predominantly of
the same basic stock, and Usl
great majority of them speakIf
with considerable variationsthe
same language. Their produce 'h
primarily agriculturalwith sug-
ar in the foremost place in most
of them. They suffer almost uni-
versally from overpopulation an I
consequent under-employment
The ti-ixirt points out the Cost
of the organisation whose head-
quarters is at Huttings House.
Barbados.
Approved estimates foi the (In-
anclal year IMS1950 which do
not Include the salaries of on*
Assistant Adviser and the Con-
SUlUOfl Kngmee-. and do include
services to the Standing Closer
AssoriaiH aud lh
Caribbean Commissionbodies of
which the Hnyal Commission had
no kenamount to 56.500. none
of which, incidentally, is paid
either from West Indian funds or
from the West Indian :.luxations
from Development and Welfare
funds.
Four Snags
The report lists four basic
difficulties.
Although numrr.u' -igns of
surressful nroduiti>i*
have induced a new hopefulness
in the West Indies which Is in
wholesome contrast to the upa(h\
and the "crisis mental)'." char-
acteristic of the inter-war year.;.
It would be folly to Dor* the
rowing seriousness of the Mate
difficulties of tha i
ation that have been brought Inl i
high relief since the devaluation
"f the pound sterling, but we.
in no real sense caused therci.
These difficulties have been:
(1) the inevr ...
ing pressure of a rale ul
rputntinn growth which
always tbrailcnita** tig.
excee opmenl of admittedly mod '
iocre natural resources, so
that even with favourable
marketing conditions po-
tential gains are absorbed
by the natural increase
of the population;
(2) the steady increases in the
cost of living, which have
absorbed a constderabl -
part of the gains in wage
rates;
(S) the limitations imposed by
the relatively small scale
of production in the area.
and therefore its depend-
ance upon purchase agree -
ments und change* in In-
ternational economic rela-
tions on which It cannot
exert any significant In-
fluence;
(4) the burden upon public
finances of the maintenance
of the expanded adminis-
trative and social services,
which has now reached the
point at which further
growth must be
more closely to real gains
in the productive |
of the region.
Caution
Caution on expenditure is ad-
iiatt There has been no sign of
iv willingness on the pan ot
gudaturaa to recede from the
.v.- polity of recent years,
it i is clear that In
rcumatauces U is nec<
ke stock of the financial com-
itraonu o( West lndi.
I undue opUmi'ii. iri< ild
revent the consolidati
aitad in the
from 1931-1948 The outstand-
ing charactc~istic of the age
Of Uie Dopulata
grrat concasttraUoB In the aee
baftOW 14 veai
'or 37 per --ent
.!-. \n in-- li-tnhi.-
i.lm
.-.I
thi
i. at ntnent
iraa mm rightly >> ""-
ecrned at the inadequate jute-.
of pay that have been offered
ll lervanU in the pal
Ud in most cases, they have
. the reeornrnei di
,>f their several Civr
Commissions with regard to
salary increases. It
ever, .. vaW trttkdam that u
problem hat, been tackled WHS
from the point of view of deter
mining what salaries Hover'
ments, as responsible employei .
should pay; little eosisuserathm
has been given to the related
Miquiry into the organization of
government departments with a
view to the best utilization of
sUff and the possibilities of
achieving the same results at
lower cost. In these matters,
the additional cost of a few
highly specialized appointments
Is a negligible nnanei.ii burden
compared with that ol the large
numbers in other grades.
Unfortunately, rising prices
,, September, 1949, following
M revaluation of the pound, have
ade It exceedingly difficult even
: i increases of induct
ixation to assist the budgets. On
I'.e contrary, it ha
xcept in the poorer Colonies 10
-.1st measures of subsidization,
ineffective they may be
t the per lapita amounts which
cal resources permit.
Income lax administration ha*
idoubtedly made 001
.
ere in ran lout divet*j
i g returns relating to dirk-rent
( DtoBlaa which suggest that a
-core uniform standard of ctl'ui-
eney in collection would yield
iddltlonal rrrtOUg. Statistics of
n.nne tax i-i-'^mriil Ivvc ii"l
) itherto been eolleeled on a uni-
'tm basis In the area, aud data
re not available for I detailed
lalytls by income groups
Income Tax
I'n.Msional estimate* px IMS
for the whole of the British
Caribbean territories will give
the generul picture, hi that
year, 45,000 individuals wcro
assessed for income tax- they
returned a gross income of
SIL'U.lKlll.lMKI 11( W I I .if which
$64,000,000 was assessed as
chargeable income; and on tin-
sum $13,000,000 was collected as
tax. In addition,
panics (including Building So-
ck ties) returned gross income
of jca.owi.oon. .f which $-'..-
OOQ.UOO i charge-
able income and $23,000,000
eatssssaad m tax,
At the present time. II seems]
unlikely that any considerable)
addition* to revenue are likely
to arise except through further
increases in the prices of prim- The piomlsing Jamaica trade
ary prod < . cd pro- '"*< was developing with I'.ilain
is menaced by the series
<>f population is em- w ru< h basl pannattad \l.v bwiss
and Italian bads U undar-eut it.
ir .....msssslili in uiaaiui H"elj lo quasi
upon the West Indian sttua- inair ahilitt to Hisd oyerataj a-
Ikai without reaUaing the ae- * *>' l,u 1>P .uf "'P*-* Ttl'
Insplii .....i
the excessive rate of popula-
tion growth The total popula-
40 per cent in M (lpil w,nt ^ vrtinood.
years. This very rapid rate
of increase Is not typical of Vllal Statistics
I ssmraj MM and was vital statistics show that pop-
period illation in baibados is not in-
creasing as rapidly as it is in other
reighbouiiiig terrtl
A. tin- end of IH4B. the popu-
ne British West Indian
.standsexcluding the liaha
r which no census has been taken
.. ludlsuj the
nland lerritorte* of Brl-
I
i qdfnsYtote 3.0^3.000 The
'in*' area upportlrtg this popula-
tion Is 106,172 up,.... i
.:, dtnsJt) nt population
ver its wholia extent Is thus 28 5
per square mile
Uns . m hi
ound in the
. .ii.
'larbados with a very' high flgi
if 1,221 person> per SQUI
it the oth< r. British Gulann
2S% of the toul
and area and a population of only
1.5 persons per square mile The
Hate figures' ana: Wmd-
srard fjiands, 326 i>er square mile,
I'rinidiiil and TatWfl
aaniaica and l>pei..le;
ward Islands 268: and Bn-
.-h Honduras. 7^ Betwael
in, .the islands, which have only
62% of the total land an
am 84 Mf. of UK
During tha yaan 1U46-48. the,
....' of ths res
i 1 185.210 persons or ppfOXi*
.itely 62.000 per annum the
..cvalent of an anhual rale of
{%% TTtnldad and Tobago Bi
.. Hoiutn: i and British Guiana
m rate uf in-
than the average for the
ea: Jamaica. Barbados, and the
faBdward l-lands are a little be- !
Elastoplast
FIRST AID
DRESSING
So comfortsbMt . .*
famoiM drMnngi ansl> mi to work and pSty
'th complsts frasdoin of ma
ssfsty'i ssks My Ehntoptost'"
ItaiTIC COMfOKTAlU A VAtHTY OF
Hair getting thin ?
Picture yourself in ten ynh 11
Baldness is hound to overtake you tiles*
you do something to .(op ialli ng hiif ^nw.
Andyou run do something lo stop it I lair
falls out because it is starved oi I. .
.iiM-d of the Hi in; d foods on
HlM vlMknnmakcsup
the deficiencygels your hair"
growing and thriving again.
I -c fur, Mhik'in in severe
cases of dandruir and thinning
hair. Ai a daily dressing use
SihikrinllairT.
or. f.r dry heads, the
Silvikrin Ha
Tonic Lotion with Oi
Mr III HUH ItANCI,
grave threat lo ihe sootsOBlk
prngies-. ,r the region, as it
in.piles that, for some decad- .
to come, the gains resultini:
from normal development will
"ibod by additional
population, making further Im-
provements of material stand-
ards exceedingly difficult.
There Is, of course, no sim-
ple solution of this problem,
which rrlses. In the short term.
tha decline in the rates
of Infant mortality combined
with high birth rates Only the
i mcnl of more closely-
knit standards of family living.
and the slow development of
economic and cultural standards.
enn make much Impn-
In the
meantime, even lest rained
. ing ihe ewHH
. lias of the British
Caribbean region must pay j
due n-gai'l '," thO threat of ii '
itlon growth that will
In aeonomlc progress.
The dsBtCUlty "f finding markets
r Weal Imiian local products II
, id
bfUISS Uuiaim
iiTilnli Humlui .! a D'|>ndncHn
nidod a T.-luno
ud I- ir-ewfrnii
' -li'l B. 0>lr
l UlanU
Oanvra
v>'-*o-y>'-'i.'V'*'**v* >

^se ONS1STENT WITH THEIR POLICY
V./F CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT, the
I\|ew I 0>M LL PRODUCED BY FORD OF DAGENHAM,
Supersedes all expectations.
u will have the pleasure of seeing this
Luxury car in the near future
& GO. LTD.
These Prices Cannot Be
Repeated
Hed-SprrucK vcr> largi
jilM ................ S7.R mch
ladies' Collon Vr.-ls, 2 for .... M.IKI
Cotton PanlifH, 2 tor I.W
, Rayon PniYliov. 2 pairs 1.20
Silk Pantirs. per pair . .7*
Nj ions BtochSkft. p*fl pair LH
H>K 0BNT8
Pin strip,- Twccdi ttH & $3.16 yd.
I
t the five years f am 1MI '"
25. death rates be"ow 20 per
' ousand wn an Pwtnty yean
tar. only one tortitory. untlah
".induras. had a death rsftO M
Hh as 20 per thousand. In the
ears 1MB48. all dcalh rates
"era belo* SO per thousand wlth-
t it exception. There has been a
11 ,aica, Barbados. IJom- ,
: ica and Grenada. In itriiish
lulana. T-lnidad and Tobago,
id. to a lesser extent. British
.iititir .-, ihere has been an Up-
nd The rising rate in
ritlsh Guliuui and T-tnldad and
Ungo is line soleW Si "
rllDty of the East lno.; Me-
ns of the population unft the
i-reaslng ni'iporllon which r"
Hans now form of tho lotai,
pulation in these Colonies
Summary ot Allocations. ..ranis and Loans, and
Kxpeiiditure. Ill April. l.fKi, to 3lM .March, 1WS.
11.,.,mfiil Shadrs Plain Silk
Materials from ........ SI.12 yd.
Silk Linens: Printed
Designs .............. SMS yd
Taflelas: 4 Shades....... S .99 yd.
Satins ............ .62 yd.
4HU pjirs Ballerina-pumps fUt pr.
Sp.'n SUki ......... .84 yd.
C,,llii Prints ............ Jl >d
The sooner you lako Phcnsic. ihe sooner
you'll feel better, lor Phensic's quick, safe
action will bring relief, lift away pain-caused
fatigue, and remove weariness in a matter of
minutes. Phensic neither harms the heart,
nor upseis the stomach, lie prepared for
pain keep a supply ot" Phensic handy.
'Just take"
JabletsA
Ph
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Comer Broad and Tudor Streets
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ensic
for quick, safe relief
FROM HEADACHES, RHEUMATIC PAINS,LUMBAGO,
NERVE PAINS, NEURALGIA, FLU, COLDS CHILLS
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6-voft Rodio -ii
Cowcdng all ~ ^^ajt*** MS
rjopkaJ u -tlna MBSSa at NT
Ineo to ind ova I Aak fac a
a demonstntton
far wortf.wM> |
* A/io in J-oW aUKic oik) for ACOC
THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD.
BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS
tm&LNlHC THE CNfAl OtCrW CO. ITD.. Of BKUHD


SUM>*Y. VOVEMBER 5. 14)
HENRY
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PACE TIIIRTrEN
BY CARL ANDFRSON
VOU C2CV\Tl-S S-*=.-'-.-* Cli -
MI A FAVOa ,------,,=
NOVM T XT
'VC
- Ntsf9 A ?._ \V\-N B* N3 ~C?Z AW ^i
MT ...* ^_. SEE A\*
- IT MiT
-r-AN*.^: T# BEEN A LOVELY Vl5lT...
3j- I -\H< 1 LI- 33 HAJ- TO
T5 SkAS^S
Gordon's

a good sign-
anyfimef
This black and yellow sign over our
door means we have met Caterpillar
Tractor Co.'s high requirements as to
business integrity, knowledge of the
equipment field and the resources to
establish and manage the standout
equipment concern in this territory.
Selling, servicing and other details of
our business are handled to make
and keep customer-;. "Caterpillar"
owners expect and get this kind of
service.
II IM 1114 Mil* A SIHVIII I mi I I IK
Tweodside Rd., Si. Michael, Phon 4629 & 4371
WE'RE OPOI/D
TO ShOW IT
It It I \ K
^GEft BEER AWD %
&
&
*&
fit*
**
O.
> I
Kibs u Beer With A Smile
JEFFREY'S 00FFFR TWELVE XTBRAt'TIVE FRMt'ES
(1) A rrtum ticket u. Trinidad by Tlanr with three ift*a< Hotel accommodation at 17.00 pet day a*d
entertainment to lunch by JP.FFRKY'H a ...... I Agent.
<*) One ll) New Raleigh Three-Speed Bicycle -QmUTt Model
IS) One (I) New Raleigh Bicycle I-adys Model ^^
(4) One (I) New Raleigh Blcjcle Boy' Modrl
(5) One (I) New Raleigh BicycleGirl's Model.
(6) One III Caae OROCSJ uin.t containing 1Z bottler*
111 One (I) Box 'FOUR COWS' 1 nndenaed Milkcontaining 41 x Mot. Urn.
<1) One (1) Box 'SELECT* Brand I'owdered Milk-eonUliiIng 24 x I lb Una.
( Two iZi Itcketa .i Cilobe Theatre covering FREE admittance tor one year.
llOl l ..in < I- Carton* JEFFREY'S Beercontaining 24 bottle, each
III) lour 14) Cartons JEFFREY'S Stout-containing 24 bottlei ....l.
lit) Two (Z| It...--. JEFFREY'S Iteuhle Scotch Air and T.. () Boxea JEFFREYS Strong Ale.
Wrni nn .< .. m mom >< iiirilii iTOtrf ran in' -ion" -tii *>*' i. *">m ihii m i u
The condition* on v.mh I'ri/ro ore to be awarded are a* folio wo : -
For every SIX tut rillHV- III I H and/or ROOT CAM produced to the AienU, Messrs. s P.
Mnason Son A Co. Ltd., Broad Btfj a numbered receipt ulll tx- liven, the rounter part of which will be
retained .*.nd plircd In a Sealed Box In your pretence.
On Frld*>, VII, O.rmlici |'Ml the Seal of the Box will be broken In the presence of partlea con-
cerned and luciiU Imir number* ulll be withdrawn (mm tin- Bo\ it random ThU will be done only for
the purpose of elimination.
The holder-, of these twenty-four number* will be MtMl
a- Co 'a Office at t.OU p m on Wednesday of the following h cek
ronUlnera Riled with IEFFREYS tap*
The Hot I'rlfc ulll be awarded to the person (one or the twenty-four) estimating the exact weight to
the nearest ounce of container* ullh Capo or the neareal weight thereto. The other Eleven Prlre* ulll he
warded In Uielr respective aHeal afdJMI .md in the MoM asas-,
mul come to Mmc. S. P. Mutton. Son
rKe their -Ulll In Judging the weight of

run Bums or qiai.itv
ov halt, imrwmi
JEFFREY'S
MeV#VWcV^VV>**VV!eVeVe^^
WS.'SsVS.'SSS*.::- V-.
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PACE FOURTEEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1*
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TtLCMONE 2SOR
DOED
in
Dell*
NkhMl
fOBAM Yr.urdav
WIN FITZGERAID l.t. CMtfOll
at M > Cave Shepl
Ihi.' Th* lunr.al
* a x "* "
*Mh PIMMi Bf*


Bran"
a
I.N MEMORIAM
In to. In* ." ">>> ol our deer deperti
mttr M molhe. BBWY1. BI-ACKMA1
OB h*w M** Ihe picture
M'-o brin*. M> " -*"*
Of has l so calm -nd sarnie
A. she i her coffin ley
Of he. hand. o lr toldod
O'er ha* told and il*m Brwn
And in* ' are al reel
liter rmi#mbil by
a Clan Blackmail .hu-b-nd'. Rector
uarkman -""'- """""""- ."SV.
FOR .RENT
l^HAMHLBT Wetarfo.d Ov.
Michael l-rBsn No..****. l.l ft
luiiiiahad l^.d-i.f For pea4ftr.il
PI MSS. 4 ! SB-* I
i HIDltL *rUBUI ft* Jan.es
t.-rf ftssBIBI- Now .ila**r fa.
rrnl It, MMt VftsanL No* Da
J*. n.....umlNH - HI Melhins Pri.ale IMwrl.
CmI, l*..i.r. eawiiaftle
Tel I-M
Bay. funiuMt B BaWroosna. Water mil
MipiU, Uahling- plan). Car port. I **
...I ..-. r. KMnM lit. Dial
447* IT ft.'fts-l f n.
To lh* memory of "in den. "
HirAl'FTH GOODINU. who daft)
., N.ionbn Sin IMS
In "he dewnins ol the inoriuna
Ol (Ml brunt and nappy day
We shall no * other betit
Whan the mists have rolird ewe-
Ever to be nmmMiM a* Mm
beecoek. Mra Mat*. Potter d.
AJma Allman. Kit* Millar***
and Mi.. Hanoiw Goodm* oa.iChWri
Rachel Betro* unotiHT'. G. ai
Frorf Held urandaonai Ml
Mi-
r :
L.M THJSUU.A
oin n#r thilo
No.asnfter
U* ol ariel
The Roses', rue* 0* oaib dawn
The hh|M-H. ol th* da*
Th* e.lrnaa*. ol 'Ho eurwe* eky
How !( Ihr* Udr away
Matv Irrv Pay. rierett*. Caswcl
Ow*w*lh tliiWrriv
New York r-pfi- pleeae copy
ft it IBIn
I Oil N/tlX.
PUVT rulla- ftu-a!> !! modaro
Convonimroi 'U Badrowma Unan
CUIkrry. 1 nunutaa walk from (
and CUT Phono !-.
ITIIIH SALES
AUCTION
BV public Aucllon al my orlWo M
>aMK l-r.., I will MM on Tuaoday
r.m\ iho >lh Nov m I o'chpak. 1IJW
St* la* of land PI Haw-fa Gap ad-
.FH Mr Ajar-Hi prupawtP
Ala* .5M " '* ' lsnd
to.'.- Haw* lal'i any Man<
BMiacuUaa apply W DAI., A.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
find". RorktPT Maw Boon
U.i M, W II Allao <
, awf*Hod. -
i Mlo> Uorrlaon
M
Tlll
i.lr i*ai
IUKSOAV
< Ba-vorl
TlllllWnA'
..- I/Aval
T111AV
CollvaMaw Noca
THURSDAY n -Mr A P Saw*'-
..- HocK Dui.d.i, Cao Hill
BRANKKR. TIOTMAN CO.
Aurllaarrr
a II aft i
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
tAaaadju Tib hi p< < Mi*
r and H B J li Cda
I -oil tfco'r rtimiior*
MunW
i. wa> >
Quill*m t
LABOR DOUBLX BEDStOoM -
in. Baa run -aard. HaaaaMai tarf.
aauaai a? tww aaMiriiiaai parlorraai
Apply P Hawaii, CaauarUaa Caul)
Talaphona tapl_________ '' l"
"nCTHAH!* Ctuia Coaai. PumWftad.
wtdraoaw. Watar mill aupply Liahtinc
Pan Oaiaalo Claraa*. 1 aarvaM
rrom Notrmbar I
ftain..nni
Air. CaaftBi
Cav to
llinnid I-bla I'iniftbi. Tali B
l | ..0. Card Toblo. Laqwoi
M TOP P*aa Barwarr Phai.
Tablaa Barprr* Arm Chair.
p^pfc pSalvaa all in MH"M" HPtlB
Char.. IM C-ahiar-: CabmH Boo"
ihalvai Tbla and Chair, patniad
Olaaa and China Braaklaai ami Tr.
Ill
WMMPJlHOMB~ -dmuala at Harllntf
on the aaa aid* Tha bouaa rdaln:
.li a in* dlninftT and braaklaM looma.
ni^room.. and alt eonvHilancoi Appl
lo Man.ioi> Houar. Uearona Road
1 II aft-ftn
.In, Clink
-k| Tab)* Lamp.
HT aid. Taftla
ood milllli* Ba- o Dnuftli
wd and Pprlng Don' Sloop Ma*
Mn" no*. Cfcaat ol Daawat'
iig Tablo all in Mati
Simla Iron Badattadi and bada:

P%.
IHr.
h|0|
Chi
AUTOMOTIVE
TBJCLAWWY -On Haatlnfi main Boart
Tbr*a badrooma **ri wllh runnlni
wain uaual public room*
BUnphrW wo badroonu. ninninf
walor. dining and .Ullna maim nunan'a
lor a fouplo. rlaan cool and qtilal
Phono JMI II Pft'ii
Tor H.AT
Hoacli. lloalliwjB
.i.-l iiii.ia Roi
,m. On* Willy.
A'aldtna Dtp!
Mud (iaiacr
ID HP. woaw
IT** milaa Apply: Harold WaalBoi-
- Wa.iharbaad Lad- .
t. AH -Ford Praloll
1TM, mil**. A| "
Mad ft''a Briaca
CAB A Baifain oar 1 cyUnaVa* rial Uon palat) Joh ainl lytaa now Jlma
CAR On. Vau
ood wothlitK .o"""
wI .wi<. Dial **M
aWMPPl. Avatiabl* iHft :
; IHcrmboi Apply C I
n SUed |'h- ..- HBI Ol
4-rl*' P-l'
na, Diawn
V*rand,'i
-: an
roodr.
a*r Wara Fllajdair* iworkUU' 5* Iron ftajiftpr: Oaaolon* Iron Kucha"
Ulonalla: rraatoi Oil BWvr Lardat.
Kllrh*n Cabin*" Sow in a Mac Inn
Baofta and olhar llama
tat, l! JO o'rloth TtRM* CABII
KRANKER. TROTMAS A CO.
Aurlloaieerv
i;OVMIWIHK.\l KffaTICRS
\ 4i -in. irs for ^irii,raplwr-t>plaU in lb* r.bllf SaTTat*.
Applications arc invited frdBl fernslf? candidates tor appointments
to p"*ta of 5>^nographci-t>'pisU la the Public Service.
2 The minimum lUndard pf proficiency required ti 70SO words
per minute hi shorthand, -nd M words per minute in typewriting.
3 The salary attached to Hie posts is at the rate of .480 per
annum mirs. hy annual incremstjts- of 1*8 to 11,200.
4 The pi>iiu-.cnts which art pensionable, will be on on*
year's prohaiion m Um nrsl injaBsv-e and will lie made lubjeci to the
:.'iHlates beinn passed] i medically 111.
5. Application* should be made on forms obUioabk from the
Colonial Secretary OrTlcc. but epjididaU-s who heve sirsedy submitted
application forms should renew their applications by letter only.
i Applications will be closM at 4 p.m. on the 14th of November.
8/11/50In
I / / / V-
PART ONE ORDERS
MISS
THIS
SALE

BBB*4>4>*0>Rw>R*wOO<>a
CRICKETERS!
Grcal your ladaw CJUCaUOftal
In Bl-AZfalS ft ft AVID PANTS
Kid thorn loday lo
RAYMOND JORDAN
fet Bay Street. aaypeaUe
Street.
mas. Caw j. i
tall. O.aVB it'
i - Harkada. mi.(
I dni.i.
>nl
*
i Nov.
Tnor* n i- nn i..nir atl t'undl.
rOLUI HSU OKPI-TITION
TI- a,., mdleh ul in*- V..ll-y Ball ron.potiiion will lako plac* at lloft houia
oa Tawola* T N..v VI brtwron "A" MQ C"V. Tram, muat a* pi.ndual
r a a i.otooiiu-o
Tho l^lk.wiiui n*mn*r._..l lb* Raraad.. Roaim.nl hav* b*n oalarlrd lo ahool
nartM tho
r *. M Kma. I.
XII Cdwarda. F
Cp| Walk**, a
I. 1 Smart. H.
!. Haltrava. "
PH..
Mondav 3
i NO*
r*d. i
w
LC *ai*
*ll Oulntvno. r.
Thar* will b* a piecnc -n.-.i lor
1 IPatbou
Pi. Oraan. A
Cpl (J.liana. J
Cpl Bold, If. *
Plo Prico, B. O.
I..C Hill. M. C.
PW n.'n-7(. P
PW dan-. D A
aW abova mornbara al lftftJ hour- o*. Monday
mriiv oFriria > ixmiiit mkbIbant fob wbbb bnddhu
Ordi-'rly' OrRcor t/U. C O. la*dT*ln
Ordarly Sorlaanl .... IM W9 Blackmail. A L- O
i.iy Soi
r daly
Ofdarlv ornrer
Ordarly Sorioani
I.iriit C R. Naburll
J1S Ul Mu-landa. H A
M L D SKIWES-COX. Major.
lOl.r *Ad|ulail.
Tho Barbadoa Baetmani.
RMBOH
Thoro will ba a WOa Rita Maa- Uaoiins al IBM ftaur. on Saturday IB Nov. 90
PART ORDIBa
THK I1ABBADOB BRCrMENT RR'AL NO M
1D NOvniBEB. IPN SHUT 1 A ONLV
bjlal estate
,K
PIHLH VOTH ES
11 hi
4.30 PI*
F M
' Coy
Oranl
month* P/Laava ai
. Pft
BaVJ cox. Major.
i.L-F ft AdlulaBL
nar Ha'badoa HaM>a
ITndoa um
NOTICE
FAR1MH OF BT PBIUF
Tba Parochial Traaauraa. a Offtco w,n
ba laaawaft to SUncataat, Church Vn
laa*. Pt. Ptullp rrora lhlh Nav. IBM.
Tho Ornca will ba oparaad lor bual-
raaaa on Mondaya, Tuooday*. a SaUir-
day* fraaa B a at lo II a m and no.
Sfd'. P. S W BCOTT.
Conv*
ao II
Rsaraf
l.,-n
A 3 llowro....
_ | Condltlo..
ncaa, Oara**. Varanl. n
Oou (or iu.i.i H
Cotiaaa
SHIPPING NOTICES
.. k Bot
, ltd Wi
cm u
XIOTUR CVCLX
Mi i.i Cycla '. \
Raliiav.1 Di.i *n
__., Oaini lor Undi
Llka 11A Plral Claaa Now I Bod
BlonawaU Buncatow Noar Golt Club.
all Modarii Convanlanoaa. Pino VI.-.
Vacant. Oolnf tor Undaa C3JM Almon
Haw % Badraom Baon
Pumalow at FontaJAolU
(\lVoi.>ancaa. Uoliul l-i
A Two-hior*y S Ro.id.iic. al Lowar Boat
On.as* or Workah.ip. V
a V. i- AitrarUvo 11k
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
M.-l.
aia.ii
. i.i
KI.KCnUCAL
I.LXCTIUC Bl-ANKirrs -
m car .1 din.-. *tc BT a I
MM. 'i.. Coau ro. Ul 1
F-DINWAN LAMPS for II"
Facial. fti ht. M; !' ** >
Mora lifhi '"r laaa monay Dn
Houaa or
. Voiia.
Dial ISTB
Blacalcal Dapt.
uniRRHIilN HRAIBBB Conyanl-
mt BOocinrai appilanca lor hoatinft
watar loi Too, Hal dilnka. ahai ma a*c
Dial 3BTS Do Coala ft To Ud KlOCtr.
cal D*pi 4 II at-n
fl lub* battery
Dial . v
31 1ft 10-Jn
WANTED
COOK
Cook
Club. Si
- CorripoionI and
la.-r.al Apply
Oap
I'^-i-rin.i
. aBJ
lath.
a Larps tv-
i ft Hoaldanr*
at Bank Hall. Good Condition. SpiCIOii.
Yard. P.ica Anracuvr. C Ma lar an--
ihliig in Baal Falata-lf N.dU aio Nol
nuylng: Dial 31 It D P da Abra-i
Ullv* Bouflh, Haatlnaa _______^^ aalllr,
UOTMAR." NAVY CABDBMS Slao.1 si All "
ma on 14.1U an II of land, and con-
:. i(
Rollins from Antworp. Roth
Holland a. itrn.iiVA ID
nth Nowapihaa
S.,nin. Irom Amalardam I
m a -ORANJDBTAD" ITIh
Holllnft lo Trinidad. I- Guaira. Cura-
cao etc Ol a ItKirr- Bill Novrmlj)*;
a a 'FABNSUM" 'Blh Novombor. m.i.
ORANjnrfAD" lirt Novombo*
SalUna lo Trinidad. Paramaribo.
<'*oraotown. in .
Docoiiibn
. m.,1, n
II h Novi-iiO
I'l.n
Bf V "C'arilabw Will accent
L'arao and Paaaanrci- lor Domln-
k.. Antlfua. Monlaarrat, Ncvi.
and S( Kllla vir. Frtdai'
nth.
M V. "Daarwood" wui accap*
Carso and PBaornfara lor 91
Umcib SI VlncorK. Oronada ant
Aiubi. Sai:im Bunday Mh
B.W.I. Sflhooner Owners
Aftaeeiatiao Inc.
HRvinj- to vacate uur pcrmises (ROYjKL STORE No. 2
HIGH STREET) within the next few weeks we are
offering lo the public large stocks of merchandise Rt
drastically reduced prices.
We are opening to-morrow a gfepiuine sale of hundreds
of regular items at prices which will amaze you.
Here are a few of the articles and prices:
SVVS. SII.KS sV CREPES
Atlractive shades
guaranteed qnalilirs reduced from J1.68 and $1.80
to c., K0c., 92c.
PRINTS
3fi" wide, checked and flowered 100 designs
fast colours reduced to 52c. St Sfc.
LADIES A MEN'S SHOES
New stock of American. !
Dutch and Englbh >kon at price, below our own
coal.
MEN'S SPOHT A DHESS SHIRTS
Largest selection
in town, prices rut up to 30%.
MEN'S TWEEDS. TROPICALS.
FLANNELS & DOESKINS
New slocks recently arrived selliac at own cost.
LADIE'S UNDERWEAR
Cotton panties reduced lo
3* A 48c. Silk panties excellent quality reduced
to 78c. Brassier*. Nighties, Stocking etc. all
reaaced. ___
Come and see us. One Rlan at our goods nd prices
will convince you ol the rare opportunity to shop and
save.
..............'!'_
THE ROYAL STORE
NO. 2 HIGH STREET
OlaX InmUlpant Old. wiutt I*
,bi. lo Typa and do booklns Wrila "
;/o Advocat* 4 ll.BB-JR
JUNIOR iMala for Coiramkvaktn
OrSco. Apply by lottar and In poraon
10 Manning ft Co Ud, Commlaaaon
Dapt >.I aO-*"
with
KltchonoH
and Toilet, and 1 aaparata
and water Sarvlcea '-
rvaiila' rooma Fatal l> con
I Plata Iniprrlion by appoinUnan1
SS4I II W 31
Canadian National Steamships |
RaFWOERATOH
tor 1 cubic (rot
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Rrankei Troiman I
MKCMANICAI.
maohinaa b*n>i
yotiraall A I
Dull 31P
St Hill Jama, B<
; m aood raaMMMap
STXNCJURAriint A TYPlaTT
y lalier. pvapsa
I laBRBBajBBB, to
Lid. P. O. P.
ABBtj
.t alias
Slit^nn Hunk* A Ban
TWO
l<>'i.Miuarr Factory.
lnl> aayphcanla whe
akrulala ofticientiy
Kaajulrad h
For Crop IU1
can wrll* aiv
load apply. _
MiSI-KI.I. ANKOUS
cat* Blndbai Dopl.
TVPKWItlTBM
Sard I Corona
AUdaa Hoobink
1 Raaatsnilon fR.i
Pi MRRB, Owen
.1 Dial UK
MISCELLANEOUS
ANT1QUBB Ol av*r-y d*8CTlplon
Glaaa. China, old Jawola. Boa Bilvar
Walorcoloum Early book.. Map* Auto-
iraph* *ic al Uo>rlns*a Anllqua Shop
adjoinn.s Royal Varhl Club
i i.i KMi.Hl' S Ltd
CUAVA CIIHnsR
poBllils lo .i
l.londa abroad Mra W M War,,
Si Mattnr* Vtcarapr PhaaMt BOSS
^ II SB !
rOIH Ihoa* wm. -iSo. Iitait Aaahn.
w* havo Frlolri J-owdora In .loon Wkac
ia a vary faod rrmad. l-rico W- a"BI
KNIOHT'S L.TD ftlMSBl
"Ml" TO BBNT
HOUSE Eiiirlnh loupla wllh
- i .... doiiBlilar* Rasjuira Unn.oduHai'
lo ici.i stono Bum Houaa S or 4 baa-
-...ii mi.....M oi untumtiliod BOA
AharvUl* (l.ionl lloua* Phono BM3
' 1 11 BV-Cn
WANTBB TO BUT
JOIN UtS- OOOD WORK I... i.
at* in Mahoflanv. Codor. Dool. Bk-cn
For Houaohold o. irfnao L- WB-
aon. TralaMjai SI Dial aoW
4 II Bft-an
By puli

I aall *
Tib November al 3 o'clock.
H0par%y al atarue* Bin
343 .Square laat of land and a houar
callad St. Tboraaa which haa Drawiiis
aad DiiiUa, rooaaa. .1 Ni.-.m. waiar-
lottr* and bath For partieulara and
Mpoclxin aaa D'Arcy A Scoll. Anc-
lonoor. JT43 1.11 B0--4n
Church, ul
lluh LdBBfe
Boll.,
- Hull
Tha Stream. Chi

[VS4ai
Tha houaa conlalna
ihrao aldaa. Druwind -n Tlirnr Im1 rooms, Kllchfn
Bail
ulna watar and Electricity Ihrousho"
baspaxllan on applwatlon to Ova lonai
batwoan lh* hour, of 3 p in and 1 p 1
Tho abova Will ba aH up for aalo 1
Public Competition al our Oftko No
Jamaa Slroat. Brldsolowii, on FIHI<
ITtl. Novamber ISpO al 3 p m
YKAIIWUUD A BOYCr;.
Sail. Sail. Balls Arrlvoa 1 SalU
Halifax Boaaan Barbadoa barbadoa
CANADIAN CRUlSFJt 33 Oct. ri Oct. 1 No* T Nov.
l^DY NEl AON INov. 4 atov. 4 No* 14 Nov K Nov.
OA^'AI'IAM CONSTBUCTOB -* Kov r1 E-
CANAmAN" nii-UWOra ;. Nuv IhE
I .Al) V RUDNBV . 1 Dar, 4 Dae 13 Dar
IADV NTXAON !' Das. 3L Dac.
LADY HOfeOTY .. LADY NBLROM .. :: ; r Jan. 1 Fab. J raft Ib Jan 1ft Fas. 3* Jan. 13 Fa*
NOBTBBOUNB
AflllmS
Barbadoa B.raadM Baavao m. John
LADY RODNRY .. H Nov '1 Nov. SO Nay fe
LADY NELSON 3.1 Nov. K NO*. : vW
LADY BOONBY 39 Dar 3T Dar. ja>. T Jan.
LADY NBJON 1 Any RODNXY 11 Jan iu Fab. 3 Jan. 13 RE 1 Paft.' is Jan. bb :.
a Fcb IT reft. isaaah ft March
WANTBB TO BUT
USFJ1 OBTAOB STAMPS ol tn.
Brlllah Waal haftaM Al Ik* Carlbbaa.
Slainp Sourly No IS Swan St
IlHi VTIOWI
ST. MK-'HAELb OrbbmS'
SCHOOL
BNTBANCS BBAMINATMN
Owina lo ii,.- larflW number of candi-
lat*. for Ihi. Eaaawawallon tlMTa haa
ecu a chanar In the dalaa of awamlna-
Ml
.K.
FOR thai ...11 aod --> 'a*. 01
th. Hali aflai ahainpooina try "Braawi
tcya Liquid BrlllUnrtinc n..-* J feol
KNIGHTS LTD 4 II BBIn
give a raw Marl
a I. land
M Yon I
L"",
h KNIGHTS
JUST .acaivad Ursa
Valor B'oyaa and I'arU also Uvaa
Dial 4SI1 w a uiUhli. ft Oa No
t Swan St ) 11 at4n
1.ADYS WINTER COAT Slao .
djouelr'br*a.tod etvle in r<~u\ ...nd""".
APPly Amndoll. Dial 4B4 or IT4B
4 11 Sft-Sn.
NAHLIN Auxllary Sloop naad
Hal. wilh BOB lb. in Keel Powered
wllh S II P Mori" Engine. MadliNi
a.ao Ball Startar Naw Tender an
laoorlns. In.urod IJonda HMO ORcra
received ei'v.rr comptoto Au.ltary
only ftiillns Yacht. All Ant claaa <
dilron.
Ai.pl- VINCBVNT HUKKX,
C/o ruiirloay Gaias* or Bay
31 10.4ft
WINDOWS
Many paapaf ia
rtuctta* if B> 1
MUlcr. up 10 da
Work. Dial nl
HoM SI real, Clly
WATER
I O
XMAR CARDS A WBWBSSRll
acrtraant naw on dtopra* al Collli
Dei.* Stor*. Broad 4S
4 'I SBA
YACHT Qra
Daft Dr, 1
He Appl. B
Uuch. Pi-w Bd
Sailing Dli
1 condllloi
Flatche*
Dial BftP)
J 1)
0 IRRaj
' Glanda
Vertry or
will '
nn ihr l.iilawkvi daioa
irla who arw ova* 4 and u
on SIM July ISS1 on t
lh Noveiubrr al 3B a in
la who are II sod undn I
1 3" ,
aakad k* ba as th*
and OuardUiv
. School dunnl
CARVER 11K.H RaCBOQIi
Saw Road Saaaswr'a BUI. Bl. Nlaftaal.
11 Tuesday. Janaaary IS. IBS I ara
aients and Guardians of praaparli>
loplla a.* askad lo com* t.. iha srho.i
Monda.'. He.ru.ben ''" |St0
0 a m wllh idr r child.a-i |f
nlarvurwad.
Kintusatten for chudran of a|aa
TulUon
PR
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Car
GAY BSOfwUft
Ptiikripal
HKITISH COUNCIL
in co-operation wilh
UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF THE
WEST INDIES
ir.itnMiir.! Daptl
Taiks an
MACBETH
B] CHARLES THOMAS and
ALBHKY DOUGLAS SMITH
at m p.m on MON. No*, b
at WAKEriELD, White Park
Admission FRKE
EARF-IIAl-r I
John Houaa col.
dliuif iworni
room, f.1,1,1
action any da
LAND T.UB aq ,-
Navy Gardana, Cti Cli
pluwy Wak-oll. Delahlon
Dial **>
as-r. 3 tda land wt'l
1 Hoobkiik Slrort
CARDINER AUSTIN ft CO. LTD. Aaaftaa
( IIKIM'M \s IS FAST APPROACHING
Uld W. htv.
XMAS CRACKERS. XMAS TREES, TOYS.
Coma in tar)]' And -elect yours.
TUB < f V/IML OffORff If
(CENTBAX FOUNDRY LTD^Prc>prtR*orB)
Comer of Broad and Tudor S(reels.
LAND 71.SS0 sBJUl
Rkft* land ai Road View
a t* fraadaaja, ana w-nlr
...imn.-l.lr three I DUooa
and baihinft aaf.
raducod
Al Fll. VlUaa* bld* Main road fou.
Hi tola of land. V. ol an acre each
Al Cava Hill aav.ial lota of land in
Va -or* or acre lot- v. tin sir- fr.v
Oaraon lo lab Soca Pr.cad In aall
Al Maxwell flood I? apola .if I. id
D Al;i y .
WCOTT.
NEW BUNUALOW U Irel by 30 t
wllh lull haaam.nt watar and U
Ihrouafrout. #n , aca of land a
suard wall. Mlualed si Do*con. H
naar "Bayawaitt' Phono 3T91 or apt
L. H. MILLER. Itrrd Si.rri. 01
n 10 w
proskkt^-
ppr.,..., Bft g
on. Hoad H


solicitors. Jar
t sMssaftSa
4 UN An
I'Mol-EHTY mall Properly at Advan
Avanu* Bai k NaU. l.aas Hiuare Is*) .11
land and hems* 31 a 'ft shod n 11.
kitchen S a I Portugal houaa can b.
ufthl aoparalaly ConUacI Ooo>|.
Foaartv u.i .,, ,.|.
rialda
aaa
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m
^4>d-
I IIIIIOPIIA4TII
NOTICE
subacrlbers to in.
AOVOCATI" Newspaper
arc ukrd to note that If ther*.
te any iiis-.u-i... 1..... with
Ihe driiirn el the Dally
N>v.^pper aupplled thraajft-h
our Atenas. pleaiup (ummum
isle with .
CIRCULATION DEPT
1 -mi .'!:t
X 10 S0 7n.
10-DArS NEWS FLASH
A 1 iiii-i'u; Toy aTor
Parents *ut well us Children:
MODttL HOUSE
CONSTstlJCTION 8KTS
li >l" NSON'S STATIONERY
CLOTH DUSTKRK
AT
JOHNHONft HARDWARE
BHIDGETDWN...
BELONGS
TO
YOU
DR. fTtRBJOHA 1
Bay 81 1 Nesi Esplanade
r.iethi.il coirr.li dlaea.u
by Chlropiacllc
!h. kldnay. arm
4J.M.
BBeftd>eftAAe
VWX>V,'(',V,V,V///rV//y'>'/
I OLD HARUSOMAN |
SCMItTV ^
DO YOU REQUIRE ANY OF
THESE ITEMS ?
I.oima Chain., Curr.ni,. r.uIm. mint. Turned H.m,
l.fcule .,>.i., 1..... Fancy vhsas. Tinned K.bbll. Tin.
Ilisr. Vetruble. Chmll-iite Peas, resaan. Plneapale
M I'm.. Murbm. Paradlae Fiona, ToUrl Soaps. Cake
Mr. in 1 li.i."],i.. Vanilla, aad Glnarr
"IIK1WAV comE
JOUiX U. TA Yl.OR A SOWS LTB.
.-.-.-.-.-.-.-,-;-.v,..;..;-,.,.,,.,.,.,., ...^
OJM Mil IT 1#X GROCERS
Then will be a General
MasjUfig f ii. oil Society
at Harrison College on
Wednesday. ISili Novem-
t 4 45 p.m.
AGENDA
I To receive Financial
St..'.. 1
? To appoint an Hon.
Secretary
BTRj Business.
S (,ITTENS.
Hon See '*'.'*WW/^v tcya>f>a>Cdja0aaOOP0C.>ROt.
C UUBBE V\ AGENCY-acents.
- therefore -
KEEP IT CLEAN
START TO-DAY
JOIN THE
C. B. C.
COMPETITION
1. Do you want R
CLEANER
BRIDGET OWN ?
2. The Advocate invites your suggestions in not more
than 200 words. .___
*, -. v._-------_'*"** "t* *** w
3. The best suggestion to be received not Uter than
December 1st, will receive S25.W. ^^
.mm** ~-^++**'*** +9* %
4 A panel of three judges to be announced later will
decide the winning entry.
5. Enclose attached Coupon with each entry.
c# o. c>
lUrsMdos Advocate. Bridgetown
Name ............................
Address .
Barbados Real Estate
A*Mfy
INDUSTRIAL. COM
RBJJRBBBltUa.
Talephunc UM
OrTc- : Ba.tina* KoNJ Lid.
FOR SALE
Now Stone lwiii-aluw AU
Mahosany doora window (ran".
ftuUI-i" a^ardrobo*. draaaa-ra pH
3 bedroom* 3 bain rooma.
l-vmi <)tnl"f room. Kilctvon
Garaa*. own A C Bngana.
standins in aero land asata sea
balhlns
COVE SPRING HOCrftt SI
jBiriaa. oiarktoklng aaa, own
prlvota hat rung Cnvr
CARAB1ANCAMaxwell C.-ast
A horn* romplarla In rvt*-> druii
DOVER Chris! Church. B to's
on aaa 3 a IB 000 and 3 II 000
SB It also arrraj*
KOCKLX. Near Oolf Cwuraa
11. .in. alias.
BLOCK OF FACTORY BUILD-
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
KlttfOS
SJKB, F.T.A.
F.rmrrl7 Dtsoa A Blaaaa
FOR SALE
'BLUB V1BTA". Rorklay. inaar
I Oolf Clufti- Orw ol thr l-ettar
I typ* modern rsoanas In a select
I sflOkllll wall planned and con-
..ructed by a Srm of irpui*.
Lara, louns*. dinlns rmi. kltch-
am, 3 bedroom, iwllh baauBa aaa
I Bllad wardrobosi Iliad bathroom,
double saraft*. aarvanl's rjUMlaBa.
awastM .h.ub. and pla'nta. Th
able propocly * opow so
"BLACKMAN'B, Si. Joaaph.
wall bbsBWB country bouse w
haafoftc saaoclatiori. la alUI avi
able aad oBara are opon W c
atSbWaUOa. Thie properly U a
.nod on wooded hUlalda_and *
s*aae> very Brsr v Thoro
B rocaptlon n-.m..
1 kltrhan. pansry. SB.
Senanii quartar.
PION SOP". Ma*
a of tha boat ,. -.
a*l*c-tad r'i.>.! -:
rltb i
, thla
Tn* well
kept srauDda ara approalmaaBiy
1U, acres in eitient and Itaere I.
a pri. .1* sandy baarh with aafs
batblrur for children The houaa
In part***, condition Inside and
OHl Thla property muat alwan
rotatn a hif, vaula W> Ha natural
arnanlUas
VILLA. Th.a* allr..tlve propoc-
Uao wtth nva. S orr** of timd
naar Iha Crane Hotel ara offered
i applies',].
b* obtained
MODIBN in vi-M.mv pine
ROB. A ronvanlanlly daalanad
property of coral atone construc-
tion Accommodation ronalut* of
bus* lr. room wllh fronch
window* "prnms onto a spaotous
cov.rrd lalleiy. 3 bedrooms with
"built-in wardrobe., a modem
kitchen laundry, servant', quart-
era and larse Saras. A W*n-
rocommended properly.
KINOSLRT. O.avine Hall T*r-
taaa. One of Ihe moat ouiaiaivd.
Ins proper!laa of Ha type In this
select, residential area TTua l-.-
lerl or Brranaementa and Stuns*
are especially worthy of not.
Thar* i7a larae L-Shapad dmiM
room swd asasnftW wtth cocktail
bar, 1 pleasant badrooma all with
tiled wardrobe., a larse tiled
'** th* master bad
ft.
w*l provldad with -bnllt-ln
boards, storeroom, aarase. serv-
aail's quarters, paved driveway
and rear courtyard ale. etc Vlew-
ir.s by sfypolntment only.
TBB OUVII. Upper Collyssorc
Rock This larse modern slona
buns..... wllh aboul 1 sere
ah., .m appeal lo s buyer who
w-anb. a reeJI' solid proparty eon-
sUucted of lh. boat otftasBBHS
-tarUlS. TftSBM 1* a BBBftW as*.
-,m Iftft R. 14 fl.) esllerr
it x IO* Hi 4 bsdrssaii
si1, ft < is ft i modem
ftllehen. pa*ed courtyard, lawns
kitchen sarden and orchard. Well
6Bead lor scsvsoas snd Iraniport
town
Sd. ROBBUCR ftTBBBT. aftod-
tm spacious and well built corn-
in*: :ia. property In Oral -claaa
buaineas locsUan. Ideal for Bak-
ery. Grocery, Provi-ioem. OBVaa,
sssod .-. Open to oSrers which
must be submitted to Asent
'8CNNTB1DB". Olbb* Bay, Bl
Peter A mnderii coral Hone re
sldenc* conlalnlns a own'*. din-
Ins roons. kitchen, I bedroomi
With wash baaln.i salle.y, stor.-
room, detached ssraae and sart'-
ant'i quarter* The hxua. i. sat
wrall back in aroimda of approxi
mauiy I acre* with about MO ft.
road frontape. The Mlas>lprtM
property la -client and IRsm Is
a riatit of way lo tha beach op-
poalie Very autlaba* for cortver-
slon into a larse house snd Ihere
is ample room for further devel-
opmenl on thla Isad
Ar-TUT VfCABAOE". I'avr.e.
Bay Thla Litoiey house la placed
on one of lh* moat attractive stl*.
in si Jam** There la a beauti-
ful sandy beach and the bathtns
_ Tba___
1 badrooma. upstairs lounfe.
sailer i dinlns room, k lusher,
etc. viawins by appointmem.
RENTALS
T-roornad buna*.
WTNDT
L'nfui-nlsh ad.
low wllh 1 acre of
vs.table sardena
"IN CRANCamT". Inch Ma.,
low Modern furnished IwiiiMaia
-craTBRBLANli snrii". Cod-
Hnarlon Hill Wtth about 3 acre*
L'tifumbhed
11 m a* ssBAcai inisr r-iii.
furnWied. On Bl James CoasL
"t'NHKT KOl'BF" P-oapect.
let James On Coast Good aSnB-
Ins Fully furnished. December
a*ad Jsauary
CAR AUCTION
rOBB PBsVBCT. March 1MB
Dassaaed In accidani Xnuw 1MB
nol used since 0.000 miles only
Tads vahwl* will bo sold try
Auction as McE.ie.rney. Oerssjr
an Friday lftth at S p.m.
JOHN M BLADON. Auctionsar.
RKAL stSTATl AQKNT
AUCnONERR
rtANTATIONS BCTLDING


SI \I)AV NOVEMBER \ 1M
-I MIAY ADVOCATE
PAOF. IV1UU
BPBC R;dionrrnt B.B.C. RADIO church services
TW^IY PRGRAMMES ~-MF
""'" '* * P in Ico.tor b" r"K FALLEN MAN
i on -Portrait of J.ma-
Mcn era referred in this
column the BBC will now broad-
-----r written w " .p Som'Xfc,' J "
Vaughan Thorn... with narration, uT^aitSe?' ? by the latter This, like the J "^i-*. 4 u B m i?
**K MAIJ.
--..ih efc*i
KCirWoi'M: Hem Rev
rence I a> m. R*v F Lawtenc*
Holy ComMMMn
DAIJtltTH-U am Mr O M. Mb.
Wt Ipn til I) t QilBv*
ST MICHAEL, BSL HOMT i Mr V
Uvw MOM. eUv C . J-nn; 7 .m Mi C Bran.
previous 'portrait' is the result of "*""
v, ,
Skinda Hair H.v>
II a m KlrlaK. Raw C W WM
1pm Crab Hifl. Pee. J WI..H
MOEBUCK smSBT
Ham Rev D C M- Hi
rommunwn; 1 p Mr C Shaw lit
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UKLUNOTON TtT-H.>. i I
u.al. 11 a.m Mall Uaat.ni. J .. n.
i P Harvest fraeraamta. I p m s*niui
Mtar Service C*na,ucte* b Major MeJ
Mr. LewU. t
MONTOOMXBV
Mr Culp-WM*
SHOP nu :.
(r. T. Smllh
*
HMI1X1CTOWN CINT11A
ll.illnaaa viiiai* bb.
lUlMai:
Mee-i
the recent visit hv the two BBC ut 'WT'i i ? -^l-------
men to the Wt Indies Of the fMe. saTp m3 ^ ib-'SS-ST:
programme Leonard Cottrtll ?~' **". ftMnd Bniaw qTi,
writes We round ourselves In V2 S. VS^ "*** T P m
the thick of tlie toughest election i u p m CaWbb.r^v0^l^^^?"J*",'
campaign ever fought in that per- "n-si* roadr.1(^ m tu "
plexing turbulent island, the rich- &,TuJ^^2LrV^rl- u- '--------
est in the British West Indies. Wo e^.5T- .*uS^n ^f^Sa?*- ,, .
ItMMlad MTtrti glsBtl mfa>1laTJjjl S*"J ?. ,""1^11 ^5 ' nil nil
which on the whole, we found were *. "* ' ,0 '-" " Bdttonau
conducted In much the gum- u',il Vm.^X^^i^ ^m" '
democratic spirit as at home, with Ck-a Down *^' "* p m ,
plenty of noisy debate and good " n.tured heckling. At one of these **' WHUK " "* MBTHODIST
we made recordings, but it w*.s Monday ifovtmMr, lan. nm Hh nv ism
not practicable to record them all. '< Ti Nawa. t u . km Jambb stusbet n a m Broads .t
We visited the largest oil rcflncr>- *"ftfe ^.; -- cij" Q ^"" ^ ^"^ tt^rfrArf.
and the most productive oilfields ivw. it p m bbc iiuii.ni aawh asrviea. *
in Trinidad and made recordings Litiit omieatra: i so p m snr n*- upm AV: jo m lit i Mor-
"- I sa: Ha* E. Mc CuUisI' Hel
Hoiiinaaworih
Bl > view- ii ., k..im Meriiiw
p "** J p m. Coaapanv M*rI|M. f i> r --t\ ,
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is 1 p rn Comparti M"' I
JalvatMn Mavilna Prrachar U. .Mti
Hour CommunMn T p m. Mr mi HUM-
1 pni SalvaUn
Miw Samth,
PUOHTSITOWN II .< H..I... .
IfwUns. 3 pm Company Maalin
I Salvation M.Hin Pr.-n-r
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which try to bring home to the Us- ',rw: a|-SJ -JSS
tener the magnitude If this great &.. a io Honn'N.n'mtir rn*'iV~ wkttehau.: i w .
enterprise Which is the main source > I) Sporla Rnln I M p m Mart MM ""* Holy Caannmrum
of Trinidad's wealth We also hope ^^^T'^l,r3 f^JT J^" ,' Tq,Jli_0^2o-ilai ii .
to include the vu-ws of repre^en- ?' #P^-^J?J? < P^" H^.^n P
1. TiVi- of the East Indian COmmu- *"> Ramrmbar: 4 p m ThlSy Mm- P Moorr
nitv which comprises over U\i(l>- il" "% *'*'*; P m. UalMiMi HOLETOWN_ SO a m. B>v F La*- aalvailun Mavili
-ij-j'_ ^^ V*'e: a is p.m. p
five per cent of Trinidad's pop-
ulation Among the local
occasions at which the two BBC
visitors were pnviledged to be
present was Trinidad's Shango1
a religious ceremony which '
hud never before been recorded Ij
mid broadcast by the BBC. *
Broadcast will be on the Blr on
Saturday. 11th. inst. beginning al
10.15 p.m and will be repeated ^
Th* alary lalln
Protrammr Parade
The Library and the
|| viliM, Ptayara. S *> p m The Calhavlol . .
s fZfi&&, RiMdJlMi Burning and Smarting ot
i p m JTh* MmMt of BalUnliM: 1 U ajajaajaajj
EiC x e
Stopped In
10 Minutes
Th* G-rtmay of lh Parr
Radio Kpwsrert: as p.m unu
n Raporf. ..SB p m Conpo.
weak. 30 p m HcU-ih- Rrw.-
m BBC Harlhfrn Orrtia^ra, 9
Booka to Raari t 4 p m T
Art.; w p m Ttia Nowa: IIH p
the Edllorlali
on the following Wednesday. ISth a i>u.ii tou *," ctoaipnonweinri
Inst. at 1.30 p.m. EWMTI p.m. CIom Down.
'Caribbean Voices"
Comniunity
Beginning on Wednesday next.
8th. inst.. the BBC will broadcast p-. V-,..L___in-n
ns we told you last week a series Or INOVember 19o0
> grammes on 'The Library and the U November Cahbacoa bjmI
Community' in which John King* by A. E. T. Henry. Another
Figueroa interviews on successive essay from the pen of the accorn-
vveeks. Edward Sydney. Borough t-lished Jamaican columnist.
l-!t?ra/'.an uf 1-'.v,,,n- Mry Uisrt". Bajan Heary by Edgar E. Boyce
Chief Librarian of Guildford. and (f Truiidad The rivalry of Bar-
Willy Richardson who worked 0,40, md Trinidad.
-.!!?. flSSS* '," JKS nT^iniSLa mh Wavaaaber-Tha **n -
.iliSL'SSK ** 5 Wycliffe Btnne. This
by the Secreury of the
County Lib;
gramme all four speakers will *u
up *t Mria and ducux Ih. role ;~' "{."" J .. "
eral Idea' Edward Sydney will ',,lcd b* J- E McFarlane.
interpret for John Flgueroa's
benellt the many ideas which
animated the librarians gathered .,,
for discussion from all over the a,t abou'
Two Minute. Silence by Sam-
uel Selvon. A story from Trlni-
1 boy and a girl In the
world at Malmo for a conference " ronsaousness' ,
sponsored by UNESCO, and the v l'lh- NovemberTta \Ml by
practical sh.be which these ideas 1>ar'Seal>;*, A ii0Ty of how n
are taking in many territories. Anglican Priest in Barbados found
The series will be broadcast In ,n* money for a statue of Our
'Calling the West Indies' on Wed- I-dy.
nesdays beginning at 7.15 p.m. Pan, aad Guuuut. Poems by Ian
C-rew.
Lord Mayor's Banquet - NovemberiT*e AaWvi-
laaea af Ma Belay* b; R. E
The Prime Minister1! speech at BrsuthwaJte. An up-to .dale
the Lord Mayor of London's ban- anancy story from Trinidad,
quet In historic Guildhall will be I*.. by Andrew Salk.v and
broadcast in the BBC'. Ioui" Simpson (Jamaica) William
cenn.ii Overseas Service on s Arthur (Barbados) and Daniel
Thursday next. 9th inst. It Is a WUiams and Owen Campbell (St.
tradition for the Prime Minister, Vincent).
as guest of honour, to make j
speech on the foreign policy of the
Government in reply to the Lord
Mayor's toast of His Majesty*!
Ministers. This will be hroadcart
ot 5.15 p.m. An edited version
of the Banquet speeches will be
broadcast later at 7.45 p in and
deacrlptions of the Lord Mayor'!
Show, the colourful procession
through the streets of London
which takes place earlier In the
day. will be included In the 'Radio
Newsreel' at R.00 p.m.
tho dlarovery
American pnyilcian tl la no lmmr naa.01.ri
lor anyon* *>*' trom u*H. dia4
ana auajurlnf akin blrmialin uch M
Briraia. Plmpl*.. h.h. Rlnaeorm. Paari-
jit aim, aiackhradt. acabira and Bald
ajfraoa. Dm I et 1 bid akin make aaw
i?T'-m,rl!0t c".u .1?" tog liy
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9 A New Disco vary
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Irom an> olnlm
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------------------------ipj af lajpall akin blrm-
Ut>.i Nlaadara. ronialna S li^mdajpU
whkh flfhtakln trouble. In lh-: I ,..
I II flahla and lull t.' vll 5lea often reapoiulkle for akin diaord>ri
It altJiw llanuti, bUlun4 and uairUai
1 1 lo iTminutea. and tool. anaTSMthra
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Pope Receives SptUman
HOME. Nov. 3
Cardinal Francis SpeUman,
Archbishop ot New York wee re-
relvod by Pope Pius XII In a
special audience at the Vatican
City to-day im mediately after*
celebrating Mass at the American
CaUiolic Church in Home In
Ihanlnglvtafl for President Tru-
n aii's assassination escape.
Several hundred pllmTims trom
the Diocese of New York were
received with Cardinal Spellman.
Healer.
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A HASH HOOK TO l-HAKMAI'Y BY WM, K1.IUIY
,' TIIK ART OF DISPENSING
\ THE < HEM1STS DICTIONARY OF MEDICAL TE.MS
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PAC.F. SIXTPEN
si NDAT ADVOCATE
SUKBAT. NOVEMBER {. l*St
Thieves Take One For 4,000
Watch
THIEVES made further hauls
totalling $82. From the home
of Raymond Pearson al "Windy
Willow", Prospect, they stole a
gent's gold wrist watch valued
$4S. This was reported to the
Holclowi: Police Station on
ntsndaj
Eighteen dollars in cah was
stolen from 'he home of Irene
Laym- at^renth Avenue, Belleville
between Wednesday and Thurs-
. on Wednesday a work
bench valued $8 from the home
11 Small of Cave Hill.
The home of Vemon Browne.
Lewis Land. Goodland, was brok-
en aod entered between 1 ajn.
and 8 a.m. on Friday and a quan-
irtlrlW 10 the value of
$11.01 were stolen
AK( HIP All) RtX'K of Deacons
Road reported that his 16-
year-old daughter Miriam left
home at about 7.30 a.m on Friday
and has not yet returned.
T*HF ST MICHAEL Vestry will
hold a meeting at 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon at the Paro-
chial Buildings, Cumberland
Street, lo discuss a motion by Mr
M I) Symmonds that the Legi>-
lalure be petitioned concerning
the. raising of a loan for the pui-
pose ot Riving retrospective pay
to all Parochial Employees as
1 - beginning of the paro-
chial year 1948-49.
IMRST PRIZE at the Local
Talent Show at the Globe on
Friday night went to Sam Gordon
Alva Arthur, who sang "Better
I.lirk Next Tim
second prme
lialaolin Murray was loudly
applauded when he sang "Bewil-
dered." The Guest Star of the
niKht WH Clayton Thompson, an
All-Star winner
A COMBINED LECTL'RE on
MACBETH will be given by
Mr Charles Thomas. British Cow>
.il Guest Lecturer,, and Mr
Aubrey Douglas-Smith, Resident
Tutor. Universily College of the
Waal Indies, at the British Conn
cil at 8 ii in. to-morrow.
Bridgetown with Its floating
population of 40,000 inhabitants
and arbJcli contains the principal
public huidling*. institutions ana
commercial houses of the island
lias but 11 public latrines to serve
it This works out to nearly
4.000 per latrine and these arc
situated at the following places.
Greens Lane. Watkins Alley. Ken-
sington Tenantry. Waterloo Al-
ley, King William Street, Church
Village, two at Cumber and
Street. Pierhead. Fair, hild St tat
and one at the end of the MMVM
Wharf
The Royal Bank
Of Canada
Trinidad Strike Causes
Shortage Of Edible Oil
IxtRT OF SPAIN. Nov I,
The strike which was occasional
last week at Lavenillle through
he dismissal of an employee of
||M Butler Union at the Trinidad ,
Packages Limited, a branch of the
Coconut Growers' Associaii r in
causing loss of production As a ,
result. It Is undented that com-
modities such as edible oil and
.n.irgarine which the Company
produces are being produced In J
small supplies because the factory
must operate on a 24-hour basis
cope with demands._________
The Weather
TODAY
Sun KUes: SSI in
Hun SeU: 5.1 p m
Moon (New) Nov. 8
i i./.mi,. 6.80 p.tn
Hi. h Water: 12.34 p m
YESTERDAY
Rainfall M'odrlngtoa) nil
Total for Month to yester-
day' 85 in
Temperature Mm ) ' '' I
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) I
(11 a.m.1 E
Wind Velocity: 7 mil.- per
hour
Barometer 19 a.m ) 29.919
111 am) 29.904
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Demand
"ADAH"
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JAMAICA
>mand
cabi*
lain BBftl
lit.
Asthma Mucus
Dissolved 1st. Day
(.In* alir.-ilnic K-I and
el. roar *>! m. up >ou*
. j i>u Klih iM .-" year
hfi Inlmtnui** mmM<<> pa-Mcrla-
tl-" of li""oi di'lof-clrr uUI ihrmiffc
lK blood, qutrklj cutbAag lh*m(l.rki Tha
tl Oar ta# rtrmnrina
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REFUSAL
SALONIKA, Nov. 3
Salonika truck i wi.ers hav
announced that they will refuse
to transport American food sup-
plies for Yugoslavia intransit.
Muter
They'll Do It Ever- Time
w By Jimmy Harlo
Ajs^^S DOUGH All &XSJ0
M*S FELLOW CARD KAV&gKOgU,
DICE MEN OR NUMBERS OPERATORS -
L0o 'OCSPKATE-My V*
' KXKET WAS PICKED
AND I GOT TO GET ,
) UP THE RENT-J-LL '
jay YOU BACK lU
I A WEEK OR SO"
VS, ?SSFJSfi TO WEM WHEN HE's!
lcmny*? HOI he hits careful.
CLAREHCE, WHO THINKS BOXCARS
RUN ON TRACKS AND A FULL MOUSE
IS A FAtMlY WITH TEN KIDS
LUMBER & HARDWARE
H
Establishes
1880
..HfilillERTLtu.
I1!
meuryamad ;. a
f \JZAM
m \m-ro-n imi
jfati-J
A i -i i.il shipment o[
IjraaW Reudy to went
Hafi hive in
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Wi hcvt ih -u irl.h hm*1
:inl I .-I- Brlma i.i br-m
Uful .itroi d lorn
Priced from S3 78 to $6.50
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
12. in r.n.a.i ':ii...
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ANNUAL DANCE ,
DEC !Ml
M-"' by CUTVK ti..fENB
Admiutlon by 1H-KM
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THK HOl'SKV. 'is
Available In Chorolate. \ a Ula, Clmcer and
Orange Flav< m pe> pit
HAM : LICED TO ORDER
AMJLEYNE Miilli it A #".. Ltd. |
lilt.II STRFET
.Sew is far Iti/ililiiiif MiMlfiitils
STANDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS
I ff Ihlek V K 6' H, 10'
I I ir per aq ft
3/18- thick 4' 8'
Zoe. per sq ft
TEMPERED HARDBOARD SHEETS
1/8- thick 4' x 12'
< 30. per ..( ft
i TILEBOARD SHEETS
I' X 4'. U' "' 5Ie per aq. ft.
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ALUMINIUM MOULDINGS
J in v'rlou^ ^haprs fit u*c with TllebouTd and llurdl.ojrd
i phou,- on
I WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD.
TOP ROW. (left to right) Richard linMH. i ol Mr. Joan Linton of Kellmnn'-i Land. Illnek Rock.
Si. Mi.-I .ii'!
Bcitu Letjih Clarice, daughter of Mr and Mr* Clyde Clarke of "GnlvesUin". Sirathelvde"
Si Michael
Jeffrey Carlisle Barron-. son of Mr and Mrs. Deighton Barrow, of Bridge Road St. Michael.
SECOND ROW Andertorx K:np. son of Mr and Mrs Ro) King of St. Leonard's Village. Westbury
Road, SI. Michael.
Bernard Wilkie. son of Mr and Mrs Colin Wilkie of "Elswick". 8th Ave., Belleville.
Marcia A. Watts, daughter of Mr and Mrs L, M Watts of "Coralynn", Bclmont Road, SI
Michael.
Winston Rooserel! Cllkes. son of Mr and Mrs. Lolita Gilkes *.f Bronxvtlle' Black Rock. Si.
Michael.
Severity Haynvs. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Beresford Haynes of Bannister's I^and, Martin-
dale's Road. St. Michael.
THIRD ROW: LoJa N. Thani. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Thanl of Brighton. B'a-U Rock.
IVciidi/ Angela Roach, daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Roach, of Three Houses Factory, Si
Philip
BOTTOM ROW-Valeric Evelyn MrKrndr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T N McKcnzie of M.Neallr'.
Navy Gardens. Christ Church.
Carn> Elvin flronnmn. son of Mr and Mrs Warwick Grannum of "La Sona". Dayrells
Rod, Christ Church.
The final judging for Barbados' Bonniest Baby will take place at Hastings
Rocks on Saturday. November 18th at 3.30 p.m. when all parents with their children
who have entered the competition are- cordially invited to attend.
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