I I I N
I f . o
45,000,000 AMERIG4NS VOTE TODAY
*A New Foe' Attacking
U.N. Forces In Korea
TOKYO. November 6.
UNITED NATIONS troops after four days cf
bitter fighting had today established a solid
defence line in the northwest of the Chongchon
River half across the peninsula.
Interference from a reinforced enemy whose force i
include Chinese had died down, but a Tokyo spokes
man admitted that the United Nations troops wer-1
on the defensive.
An American Eighth Army spokesman here aaM
that the situation had "improved greatly" in the
past 24 hours.
"Our line Is hecntnnn:
not only in term* of holding the
Communists but also in punchin:
hack hard" he added.
Cicnaw Mn.Arthur in a sperlr,)
, rejrfirt to the t'nited Nations todn '
niiin'uiH'On ihm his forces In
Kortt were fighting against Chin-
ee Communist unit* "n new f<-
that this t><'
1 brought tu the attention uf all
American and South Korean
I forces battled all night with In-
filtrating units in Pakchon ana
before fallinf back at one |>oint
31 miles They were ! hold-
ing firmly B mile* north of Anji .
the main appro*
objective of the nrw reinforced
Heavy attacks against the Hrlt-
brti ComogiiWMlth brigade in Um
tame ana and against otl
oroani further to the rlht were
held oil without Ions of ground.
Control of Aiiju would* give
Communists the opportunity to
threaten Tinted rfatfolU troopa In
the Kumiri are.i to the east and
shield a force of American! to
evacuate their frotrUlni
airfield .it Slnanku. it wo
open up 'he approaches lo Pyong-
vang. the North Korean
i aid todu
that "alien" reinforcements for
the Commonbata were still crossing
the yalu EUva mm i
"in f.ni strength"
The spokesman would not g"
beyond General MarArlhur >. per-
ottal coQunutuqU lift mght say-
ing thai new alien forces weir In
the war but m.t specifically nam-
*23J8* ii^MLF^rJ?! Ten DivUion.
Communist attacks against the
t'nited Nations Una*, on the
Chongrhon Hlvei had been mostly
by the rclmllt North Korean forces,
He said that North Koreans had
reconstituted up to 10 divisions
with revoni Independent brigades
Most of this strength had been
Identified In the northwest. He re-
fused lo give an estimate of the
total of North Koreans but said it
was 'more than" the figure 200.000
disclosed by Intelligence officers
American patnrti which entered
the district north of Arijtl
day found about half dead killed
I by nir attack- to be
CMnftwe, U was u
South Koreans tnd;i\ erttgfeti
Tokchin due eatl of Anju. but did
not occupy it as Communtvi- wen
dug in nil eommandlng ground.
South Koreans occupied high
ground to the south leaving the
From Our Own Corretponoe"!'
CEOIiGF.TOV/N. Nov 3.
Stressing his Intention of sup-
pressing the practice of obeah in
HriUsh Cuiana, Magistral? Mr.
M. S. ritxpatrlck ytatertlay con-
victed a woman. Mrs Stella Chin
and sentenced bar to six months
imprisonmentfive months hard
labour and one month solitary
<-iifiiu-menl which "shall not
exceed more than three days at
any one period".
Before Imposing the maximum
sentence and deeming her a
"rogue and a vagabond", M.. Fitr-
potjick said: "I think thit
mumbo-jumbo business must
strongly be discouraged I pro-
pose in the future to give anybod>
convicted of this offence the
maximum penalty The men will
get a taste of the 'cat-u-ninc' and
the women, all the solitary con-
finement the law allows. As long
as this obeah business raan it-;
head in the community, so long
will I continue to impose the
Mrs. Chin was charged with
practising obeah on Rural Con-
stable Allan McGuaty.
the defendant with the hope
that she would assist him in
winning the affection of the
mother of his two children.
Hyacinth Lynch At Ms drat
appointment with her she had
'cut cards' with him and read
Not satisfies; with the 'reading..
McGusty went to the Police.
Constables were sent with him,
and remained outside Mrs Chin's
house on the evening of October
2, when he went for his 'bath'.
McGusty said that the defendant
made him undress, but later gave
him a singlet to put on telling
him that he could not appear
nude before the 'spirits'. He was
then told tu stand in a tub, plac-
ing each root on a penny which
she had placed In the MB She
then threw some liquid on his
head, ringing hymns and uttering
strange sounds. The liquid burnt
his eye*. She then gave him two
phials, one containing 'command-
ing' oil and the other compelling'
oil. She also gIVo him something
to rub his forehead, which would
enable him to face his boss She
also gave him some other stuff
to nib his body and some to place
on his pillow and mattress"
The defence was a comple-.e
denial. Notice of appeal was
Patrols of the American Sec-
ond Infantry Division similarly
ran Into well defended Com-
munist posts at Yongwnn. few
miles further east and were
forced to retire.
United Nations forces were be-
Ing hurried north to help hold the
new northwest line and check
guerilla menace, which is de-
scribed as "still bad "
Democrats Pin Faith
On Truman's Radio Talk
PICTURE last received from the Korean battlsfrent showing the *hod ing scena *ftr tin- mwucrt of 3.i
Bonth Kama -l villain deluding many woman and callarea. shot in eeld blood hy Noruiern Korea i
Cmhsr Prifcea M Clung Pa A full report of the msmsrrr an-l otbe? trooiun tommltted by Ui >
North Korean* will bo tabled before tha United Nations iPipro*. )'
India On Tibet
LONDON, Nov. 6.
B*e eury Ernest
Dcvles told Parliament today that
Britain deplored the "resort b>
lofei the Cl...... 0) \"in-
ment In Tibet.
Id Britain supported the
Hi It.mi errtiUnued to consult
itlier interested Covernments on
;h... legut" he said.
"On UM t.ansfer of power to
India in 1947, all existing treaty
did obligations of the
British Government with regard
Id Tibet were assumed by the
Government of India
Whei. we infonned the
Tibetan Government of this
change we expressed our inten-
tion to take friendly interest
In the maintenance of Tibetan
autonomy. That is still our
"The British Government have
wer a long period reeognised
Chinese sovereignty In Tibet.
Bluer 1911 Tibet has enjoyed dr
It would lw hidierous to sug-
gest that Tibet Is a threat to
lontlnued "Talks be-
tween the Tibetan and the Chi-
i Embassy in New l>elhi start-
ed in September. As a result of
these talks the Mission expressed
Is willingness to go to Peking u
nntinue udks there "
Just as Tibet's Mission had
tarUd ill'" i"urney to Peking.
he Chinee Gi.vernment in-
itial its troops wan i n
ihen w.i.v u> Tibet, he said
.liill.ni Aniery (Conservative!
kid the Government to make it
-lear to the Chinese Government
i.;it Hritain could not support
their Joining the United Natiim
hile the invasion rontinues.
replied "That is an et
tirel) different ii(estlon."
Puerto Rico Back
I'i'ERTO RICO. Nov 8.
PiHTtn lticos National Guard
'illed out to deal with the Nation-
alist using last week is lo be de-
mobilised probably tomorrow,
illy reliable sources said here
today. University classes will be
i.n Wednesday, " Indi-
cation thai conditions have ie-
turnvd io nottnal. People of the
island ani rfglstennic lot refer-
endum next June on the American
proposal giving them the right lo
draw up U .'istltuUon
.ind form theii own CJovernment
2% Million Tons
More Sugar In 1950-51
(frm-.i Our Own ('i>rrepondenl)
LONDON. Nov C>
THK WORLD'S SUGAR PRODI"CTION for the yea. IWO
is expected to be over t^a-o and a half million ions more than
1949-50. Latest estimates plucw 'he combined brrt and ci n
harvest al 34.025,000 twig.
Account-UK largely for this 11*. is the expected nure.i-< i
European ta-ct production by one and half million t< n
Anolher notable increase is also foreshadowed fn i
Auslialia where prrKluctlons -ire expaatcd to roach no
million for Ihe first lime.
Revealing these figures In tl in
latest circular. Ciarnlkows
Attorney-G e n e r a 1 Sir
Hartley Khaweruss Uild the
House of Commons;
"One of mv private ambi-
tion- is U. go into Whitehall,
dig a hole In the street, and
see how long It would take
the authorities to find I wae
not a Water Hoard oflVial
Reds 60 Miles
KAMMI'ONG. Northern India.
Advance units of Chinese and
Tibetan "People's troops" havi
reached Retlng SO miles norths**
of the Tibetan capital Lhasa,
.iceordtng to usually raUaaH-
Communist entry into Lhasu
was expected in ~2 hour* Earlier
reports had put Communist loredi
UH) miles from Lhasa iNeuter >
[or the beet crop that the cl
condlliom are particularly Imp* rt-
ant this season In view of he .w
ttf a-ne, lo Ue iilWu -nd the .-
sorJUenl lenifthenTn*! of
Referring to the eitlmateil pone
crop of 21.000.000 tons they add
'Estimates . at this date n ust
he somewhat tentative, although
it is not anticipated thiil there -ill
bi aro slibatantial vanatloni u irh
i-urrent ide;i "
1XJNDON, Nov 6
A Foreign Office spokesman
lodny denied that Britain had
protested to the Cliinese Com-
munist Government aBalnal rT
The spokesman had no onVlal -.
eoniirmatioft that the two Briton* 11'>"**-
IdonUHed as Jeffray Bull and Bob "
rrd haa* beei captured
The rep-.Tt lhat Britain hs I
protested came from Kalimpong.
North India. (ft*ut*.M
Ponfeeotvo Is In Russia
LONDON. Nov. 8.
THK BRITISH SUPPLY MINISTER, CeorftY Straufo. (die:
Parliament today he had no doubt that Dr. Bruno Honte j
corvo, the mis! Ing British atom scientist was in Rtfaafa.
Bui 9tMl|ag added that he had no conclusive evidence of Uk |
professor's wher ^abouts
t ill. I'mmIn
Cuba's pi il. i
i .led at MiMi.iHK) tanj and Ciar-
nkowl belietfe* 2.oo.ooo torn* ivill
t>| foi ifnlu
At Hits tage 11 \* not !
a| how aaaili Cuba win be able
',:-. exportnhle surplie
I i . i leu ninth- in-
risible itocn which have b en
iniilt up in certain countries for
strategic purposes and as a ret tilt
the present world eonditi >ns
y have disappeared from the
st.iti-.tn at picture rot possibly an
In other cases and particularly
'in United States, slocks have been
swollen by hoarding on the part
if householders and although
-niie pjif o* lhi may icsult in
.iivnuiioii the bulk ol
hesr tnvtalblea will eventually be
Such n process must have its
fleet on Ihe off-take some time in
h" In.uii and tills is dlie;i
.--.nt iii the Untied States
Osfmki ws point mil " I *l
tl ihe utockpilings taken in the
^appearance of what had iteei
-garbled at surplun supplies dur-
ould no! be for got-
jo l.ul they warn u "neverthefesii
rg.jd rhange whlrh eOUld 'ake
... jccumutation of
traieglr stocks became ,. matter
For Went Indws
.Ii-iii On O." i.|lri|iMt|li
The world la tacau nn evei
ncivuHing 'hortBge of newsprint
Mr W T (nili- WilUon. Vre"i
.irni of Ihe Newspaper Society.
Believes one of the beat ways lo
combat this is the setting up of
pulp mills In West Indian colonies
as an ancillary industry to the
roantaa and crushing of sugai
i.ie Such scheme could re
king from Colonial De
iupment Corporation which |
addition to supplementing new*
it supplies. a mild prov id<
employment for lorn I population!
Bxplainina tiiese points of
Van ni a letter to the Ttase.
to-day Mi. Curtis-Willson says
"The world is facing a news
paper famine which mult grow
nmre umie with each yoar thai
passes even if the world
were more evenh
dlatrlbutad thara would still b
II calls attention tu Hie fu<
that papei m ever-uicraasiiu
' - will lie ie
education piogtesacs amon(
illiterate peoples. If the U.N O
programme of education is to b.
es*ful. i( must he barked ut
paper in the form of lex
W.nkv i I.
tit Years Maturing
lb points out thai spruce tree
i the iMinie raw materi.i
i tin- groatoat inn|i
papai lau M yaara to read
"what is needc
.n nitiei to securo an uafailin.
upi.l, <>\ papei is a fibrous growl
ahit h comai lo maturity m n
i two raai Tbaaa growBai d
ntart in vaat iiuantitiea hut muci
I a...... lo the be
narthodi ol Wkai ihem for pane
ti ammerclal basts .....i n
hmd i> la eoatU
Instead, he advocates the act
ling up of mills in the oalOOll
itrowlng sugar and bananas ami
i. area Blowing bamU... .*n ..
vhlch can In1 utlllheil in pupci
lit Higjgoatg that the tin..)
process of paper making might
be letaineu in thuaa countm .
where a higher standard of
mechanical skill was available.
even though Ilritish and Cana-
dian paper mills at this tlim
are i-nrking t<> cipncity
Me iKimt- nit bowevar, that
with the tVOI growing demand
(Ol roof* and more paper and
pulp. he .insured that these
mills could and almost rertaloly
would be extended
This letter follows another t<
the Times from Mr H. Alan
Walker. Treaaurei ol the Execu-
tive Commlttaa r the Went India
nmittee on a similar subject
lasl July Mr Walker pointed
then that newspaper* have
iieen printed in the United States
On paper produced entirely from
bagasse lie suggested then that
mgar producing colonies of the
West Indien would greatly wel-
come an null*" for thin produe-
t mor. general policy thfoughow
not he over-
By 12 Votes
I.ONUON. Nov 6
The llnt.sh Labour Ciovemtneni
Umlajhi defaatad by II
Con.M'i v.itive ehiilienge on one
lie n.. I innti'iveiMii
in dumes'.ic politic! -the provision
if houses for homelev ptOttl
Sick Labour members, mufrle*
laauial tha eoid and roi <-/ umdon
i.iiiieti u the Hi ;
to help tnc OovevnnaM register <
11 Ul of 00 VOli
Tin- Conaai vatl i lad by Mi
Winaton Ctiurehlll atlaelted the
Oovornin rrl that tin
countr) could "id> afford ^'mio
new houses a year Tin.. urgM
300.000 a>. the target. The vote
was on a virtual motion of cenaul
For The Ha^ue
I'l ... I!
<.. ! o... Qgr-*"
KINGSTON. Nov I
I > < .i manufacturers oi
Otnen'f footwear milk product-
fHffttedrvd, Itallgn '''' '":|>l '-vr '*'' av'"' ,|1"'
born physicist weritpfl at HarwvU
atom research aMtloi
j With hla Swedish wife and three
hildrci.. b* Ml Britain to the
summri oltensiblr for a helldj.
on the continent.
Hi DOW from Rome to Stock-
ho m and then on to Heliinkl on
September 2. and since then he
has not been heaul of
THE CEREMONIAL OPENING of th n*w Ho'i-t of Common- in
THE KINO said "This now chamber will -land * a ngn to the world
of onr fslth In frsedom. onr confldsnee In the permsnenr# of oui
common ideals and of tha tte*. flexible yet firm, which bold together
the people- of our Commonwealth and unite In brotherhood the free-
dea laving people* of all nations."(Expre-Mj.
LOW h ; -:r*v 6.
Bntalr. will no; lei 1:.; any op-
portunity ti artt
with Argentina over Ihe Falkland
Islands aeparidai through the
International Coin: F ; 'ign Office,
rjndor-Si eraia Ua v iea
said in Parliament today
Uves Bernarc1 BTaine aim T'ntrht
Donrer Who had aakeil about
trOOpS'' stntie: |
dependencies and what further
tep.i wer. remove
.'plied that tba
I i >,ince the atate-
lie by his predecessor
mona on March 23. !M
At that time Mayhew said that Communist party
the (lovernment had offered to
... matter to the Inter- So far as wa* known
national Court of Justice at The'no documents with him.
Hague .Renter. *
he i -r
of being wiped out
Sovanunenl announced this week
letaiK nf the currency relaxation
United HtaU-s. -hlch eacludei
these ltem pTtmslonally
i Mellon with the token
import scheme oesigned to re-
: ffaat IndUn and Bahamas
market' on a limited scale to cer-
afian and United SUtes
q nnoiinced simultaneously
it L-ndon, Wahingffin snd fMta-
that the Canadian
I ..- t agreed so far a
. Jamaica i* concerned to
to i* bock In time lor visional Mtlliaion from the
e to be held net ween scheme of milk and milk product*.
laundry and toilet soaps and
women's shoes with leather
sjatej that the Jamaica Govern-
ial on August 31
le^ve expired. I'onte-
corvo *i... noi- to HarareU,
n September 4 saying
he had nnu trouble With his
Strauui said It was not
at the time Ponteeorvo was flrt
employed that he had lived abroa"
or that he watt connected with ttx
ment han tJt up a gfianuoui 8ght
and Ottawa 'o havi
Incluaed in the
17 Kilted In
NEW YORK, Nov. fl,
i u I h a r l t l I 1 T C report'
erVe> here today aald tha*
the Guatemalan Govern
g| quelled an uprising n
eports said 17 persotm had lx**"
killed when a group lad b
' nllo Arumas jdternptc
t i Babta Aurora airport. Tl"
group v/a* repulsed by troop
from Fort San'Jose, a garrison jus1
ross the road from the airport
The dash lasted only an hour
(H\ SKtiHAN HAVMAi
WASHINGTON, Novombi b.
[DEMOCRATIC PARTY leaders are confident
that President Truman's last minute intenren
tion on Saturday and his bitter blasts at Republi
can policies hav* ensured victory for his "Fair
Deal" in tomorrow's Concessional elect
On the eve of the poll in which an estimated
4.*>.000,000 Americans will elect all 435 members of
tV? House of Representative a and 36 of the 90
United flutes Senators, both parti**-
their confidence in the outcome.
Plies Drop Dead
unto, jtov i
Hern at WoH n
buig engine *r. pressed a
button ai d M laya -11 iha
ih.-> in i i. ... en sni work-
He h ip d to
vlot .i...... ' siiin-
mei li. r
.udihie to ihi humai i
It lj h i! radio
To Discuss Red China
LAKB SUCCESS, N.k i.
Tha United si..'. I ; i
i.,i ., spec .'i n '
ho se.iii.i. Coufc II ii wedna
duy mornrni: I.....ngMal I
ipokeaman i allt d Iha
Ituaoon" rra fed b
i. ii in Korea
Matnban M tin Baeurtti < oui
d lire ,die.i.i> ... .inn
Ueneral MneArtliui Bp i
ifirt feCcushuj h
iint- ut ta-itit: in aattOfl again**
Ihe United Nation- 6
Loauuik i pad 1 deleaala
and tomorrow havtna.
oaaultalionj with othei membai
it tha Counai) on tin
ml exclude the poaUbllltv tha
lacub Malik. BovMl rattreaoatatlv
night i .> aakod (< hi
ih.ii '.n. d ihould it"
A high A..... I ..i i
t would .i. p .
arOpoaa to the s>
'\ 'edin ladaj
Gem i . Mm Ail
e rend in iln i
o-day but it is not thought that
.lieie H ill lie ,.r,\ gUs ti- on <*
ln< la) iReuUr I
Hut the IJeinoei .it
tlceablv mure ehr-ei t |l Political
analysu were eeuUoual) .
ing lhat mpublh i oufd hope
fur ana iheli in
' 'i Demo-
whether the n < i
ei. Him .ire not .
l>. .Ithe. the Rapid.i
hooh up '" BOtur-
daj obasrveri Ihougni man>
swaved li '..
hy the presldenl
nil the i.|i|h.-|1i
I Aim i us
in ih. eleeii
< I i Win lo
I The Demm - u
i Stall \' dltot Jumping .lo^ '
elf a for-
ill organ I mi th M i ..t ..ii landing
ytiades Ui i. -
ni the Tart-Han i
The Da nmlung it
rtnifl last day drivi
..... ,,| ugaaJ npathv at voters in
mld-h m, i
P dot rob ed
" Palan mi.....gen and party
radio, loiidnpeiiker vans, hand'
Hi get tha i
.oiera to trie poll* 'i
VaU ill* thvni tu nn: mnvi
Ring llll Dai ae NlgM.
Jgr Till AllVfHATT V\\ > Kill ^1 ivi
^7iV*v fo /UxdZ/iori
KING GEORGE HAS
IX)HDON, Nov. Q
rin King today was puSaxii
. ;tit ease uf i
arrying out hts'normal
('utiss ;( Buckingham P
was learned. The last public en-
t;ageni"iit which die King fid
tilled was on Friday when he in
pot led the 1st liatlaii
King's Royal Rifle Corps. It wm
that despite the eold di
'scheme which affects all the Brit- the King wore no greatcoat ovi
Ish Caribbean Colonies and the his Field Marshal'" uniform
Hahamti fjaa. Frees
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER t. IM*
SIR JOHN and LADY SAINTS
Mushier Margaret re-turner
t< Tunirtari uvcr th-' wc^k-enr.
h> IIWIA. accompanied by
l.w huiband Mr. Prank Black-
burn and th<*ir thiev children
Thi-v wm herv for ,.'
Warku on r-nlida\
Mi: jikirtks am \n tunner
assj tbaii babj
Vn ...j. Mil*i d frgn I ptsiaBBts via
Trinidad >ni.-id> h) H W l A
Mr. Turner hu 1* an KiiKhshrinn
1* with th. Sh.-ll Ol t
Bogota and h* bMB I her* for
Thev art ."tuving at ihc Crane
With Coca Colt In Trinidtd
MR. KARI,r HE! M PEL who l
with Cocu Cola. stationr-i
in Trinidad relumed to Trinidad
on Sunday by B.W.I A after
u shnrt vurt to Barbados Mi
Heirnpr' until recently */<<*
stationed in Puerto Rico
Ills wife and daughter who
came over with him did not
return. They are remoininn here
until the end of the year Btayinp
with Mr* Helmprt's parents Mr
and Mr* R. M. Join-* of Waimer
Cottage", Two Mile Hill
Returning In A Week
MRS JOHN' LEE whose hui-
band ir Publicity Director
fur Golf Oil u\ Venezuela left
ye*ierda> morning by B.W.I A
fur Venezuela She expects to
leturit in about .> week's time.
With Cable And Wireless
MR. VINCENT COZIER re-
turned to Ba'badoa yester-
day by B.W I.A. Vincent who is
with Cable and Wireless Ltd
ha* been away for three months.
One month was spent In Mont-
wrrat and the remainder of the
time he was stationed in Antigua
Married In MonUerrat
MR ARTHUR ALLEYNE wlw
tWD ifieek* ago went to
Mom-nut f> be married return.".
>i-Merda) via Antigua by B.W.I.A ,
accompanied by hi* wife, th"
former Mary Johnn of MonUerrat.
They .pent a week In Antigua
Managing Director Here
MK. ELMO BEARDEN, Manag-
ing Director or the Sanitary
Laumhy Co IJd.. arrived fri"i
Trinidad yeaiterday morning by
B.W.I.A. He Is here on a short
visit and is staying at the Oeewn
Hstre For Three Month*
MR. aiKl MRS. D. D PHELAN
arrived on Saturday from
Toronto by air and plan to spend
about three months at the Four
by USBEM LANCASII K
Wire hot on ,h. .....
a ...>|"-.(..i MU* net it
u minis the frtin.iW 'M
the W/r.i Pent* M
ilgl Pmrm 1
On Short Visit
MR. COLIN WEEKES, one cl
the Customs Officers at
eawell left over the week-end to:
I by B.W.I -A
He is expected tn return later
AaDftlAIAM who km in-:
ned from Encl
IA* iti.it mi fast mx week* lie wtt
there, he could only And
i urn being sold m one place It
"It's very populai over Iher.'"
'. Mid and II compares favoui-
blv with whisky to Enfllsn
'Also coming down on the
' -lane Asm *M tHtfj Jamaica
i urn on sale! Why not Barbados
MADEMOISELLE GETS A PYRAMID HAIRDO
Back From Visit To
MM REX ALLAMBY was at
Sea well tn Saturday morning
to moot her husband who has
been in Canada since the middle
Mr. AMamhy expects to be here
for about two weeks after which
he and his wife will be reluming
to Trinidad, where they used io
live before he went up to Canada.
On Four-Day Visit
MR JAMES K BLAKE who is
with 'Pantepoc' In Jusvpin,
Venezuela, arrived from Vene-
zuela via Trinidad on Saturday
morning by B.W.I.A He w -.ere
for fojr days staying at the I'hi.i-
(Um Beach Club. He was in Tri-
nidad for a few days before torn-
ins over to Barbados
Up from Trinidad
MRS JEAN FORBES, Man
ajjeress of 'The Hall" a
r'nit-of Sp-ur. Guest House Is ut
present holidaying in Barba ..;
staying at the Hotel Royal. Sli
expects to return to Trinidad on
For Barbados Holiday
'rwo Engbkhmt-n. Gerald Poole
X and William Wright who aie
i tin Barclays Bank in Port-of-
.' pain arrived from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.I A U
r *n*l a couple of weeks holiday
They are staying at Cacrabank.
Aut. Operations Manager
MR. C S. HEWETT. Assistant
Operations Manager of the
/.tlantic IU'kIoii of T.C.A.
arrived on Saturday on a routine
v sit He is here for about four
days and Is slaying at the Ocean
He told me that Bill Stuart
T.C.A's Station Manager here
should be returning to Harbadot
on November 15th.
On Three Months' Leave
LEAVING Barbados on Satur-
day by B.W.I.A.. to connect
with the T.CA flight to Canada,
were Mr. and Mrs 'Bill" Robert-
son From Canada they will travel
to New York and on to Colorado.
Mr. Robertson who is with Messrs
J N. Hurrimun and Co Ltd.. as
Superintendent of Construction
on the new runway at Senwcll. II
on three months' |BTC
ARRIVING from TrtDtaaU
on Saturday to spend two
weeks' holiday in Barbados were
Miss Theresa Milne and I" r
At Seowell to nMt them snare
their mother, their uncle Mr
Cecil COOfca, Inch iiii.ii
and his wife.
They arr nil heic OD bond -
and slaying at Accra, Rocklc.
Theresa and Cecil were accom-
panied over by an aunt of their
mother Mrs Nellie Hemming.
Mil EHROI. STKK1.K of St.. 1.
Hook Store*" CaMCOS ar-
rived from Venezuela on Saturday
afternoon by B.W.I.A Hi is
staying at the Hotel Hastings
FJARIS halrdrsaters are Introducing more formal
* and complicated hair-styles for autumn. The
result: women will have to spend more time at
A tinv pyramid of hair worn on the top of the
head is one new fashion
Other styles Include small knots of false hair
alwavs to mat<-h the natural colour-- placed close
together and arranged in a row over the crown
or bows of hair threaded with velvet ribbon, at-
tached with a Jewellea pin. placed at the nape of
Fine loops of diamonds and rubies in a tremen-
dous bow ellcct arc one suggvsUun Car aotdlng luir
-for Moss who ran afford it.
Then are iwo new autumn daytime hair-dos .
lot wiiu-ti hair nec-ds to be slightly longer.
Flrsi snows a heart-shaped silhouette There is
no parung . the hair Is smoothed flat over the
crown, carried oft the forehead, revealing the ears,
and falling in a little roll or casual curls at the nape
of the neck
Rows of u>-toiteshell slides sometimes hold the
hair flat over the crown for day wear Jewelled pins
do the same at night.
Second style is more casualasymmetric in effect
Sometimes the hair Is brushed up and sometimes
down combed smoothly on one side and curled on
Waves are returning to fashion. Thanks to flat
curling, the hair may look short behind or fall
into what appears to be a "duck's tail."
BST" l/rri (lie nei -ilule c'liunori is tffoen on ihc lop
of |Ae head, held refer.
AVI AIM IIIH CINEMA (MsrnbersOrJyj
In- D. KAVUXAKD
A Wrn*r Sra* Picture. UMluy U UI-tfOTy J"^
ariUMiiK TMACKXBAV aiwl Chal DHTKBNS ! M>P*ar in this
in nil 4 i a ass a.aa. < i Miimi-i ia4HUiui>
.... -I MM.IIH ...
win. iui as. raiDAV is* > sasi-ttav s - a > s
MIUNIII siimi sw
. ..ii a or stm.
^gMJgSVJUV AMD UEULAM-
Children Are V nurse has
Do Rewards or Punishments
Make Them Learn Beit?
She Would Like To Um
In Two Places At Once
BY THE WAY By Beachcomber
ONCB more I have rend the
bfl-repaated words TAdy
Aalor. lbs flist woman M.P.'
rh. Brst trornan M.P was ct
saarklewlcs, the i
woman from Ussadell W. B.
Yeats saw her riding under Ben
Bullen "with all youth's lonely
wUffnass stirred." and he com-
pared her with some sea-borne
.Seaborne or balanced on Ihe air.
When rtrst it spranp our of the
Mpon some loity rock to stare
Upon (he rluudu canopy.
WhAc under Its storm-beaten
Cried out Ihe hollows of the
Foulenough and Vita Bnvi*
'\TITA. who Is this mHn?" asked
"Dishevelled and hreathlvs*
vampire," cried Koulencjigh. "Un-
seal those ruby lips. tlve these
worthy folk the low-down. Tell
them how you worship the very
sawdust I walk on."
"Vita", said the colonel. "Do you
know this man?"
'Corns, runic. Tmwse
Flu lent nigh "Are yuu suggest
Inj thai Mis- Bii-vic goes about
- fusing people lie diH-sn't even
know1.' I ti I fan thVi mad about
"Captain Foulenough", aald
Vita, with cold dignity, "please
Ho You have disgraced me
again I wish to have nothing
'u'ther to do with you.
"What an actress!" shouted
Foulenough. "Who'd ever believe
that she sickens and diet if i
leave her alone for two day*'"?
"I must ask you to go at once,
fr". said the colonel.
"It's not difficult," said Foul-
enough' "1 dislike you people
Bul remember, I leave In your
charge the fairest Jewel In mv
crown. Touch one hair of Its
heaa and I'll put the bailiffs in
See you all at the Fo* and
Twenty Year* of Uproar
Ht$ haWl of clasping his hands
polled ihe duet In Act. II.
I Music Critic).
BftOCCOU used to do tbU
when he sang with Rustl-
MusSsniasi, It was his way of Implor-
ing her tn make Irss noise, hut it
never had the ISsnM Sfftsl OS) Uh
roaring dlvii. She retarded he
colleagues as competitors rather
fjon partners, and I roniembc-
an auctioneer saying, after head-
ing her Marguerite In "Faust":
"If It had been an auction insteau
of an opera. I would have knock? I
'own every single stall to her
with the chandeliers thrown in.'
Rupert's Autumn Primrose1
A. fhjp*- tad F.r.1, jcii th.
ail gMj BAi .1 Irons
Hullo. Bds-iiJ. vau'-r Irohii t
-n glum.-' an ihs lull .
" Arm'i yuu *> tin iiiit Pi,
>a mode .r.d ibtN ... BM
iiuno in there. ,iy, I
rhTV *i# *jcrn and n
*nd ateenur *ht*i and >' Ik* anf
. htiet sfcsiir. bai :>\t\ ill o-
nontv *id I ha%rn'i got penny.'
'Nji hSSi I.' *(. Kupeit
.mom. tie ihei have I."
p FeeJy Pnlupi f*d brliet
> h.me and t\\ (o- -am* money
Knhei udlv ihey mm .--\
J.loit thtf havr orf lar Huneli
H dark uhini panly hid-
Illol'SANDS (,f Britain's chil-
dren are "guinea-pigs" ui experi-
ments by experts of Ihc Govern-
ment sponsored National Founda-
tion of Educational Research to
discover the best type of education
for each childas an individual
Itcports are being prepareu
nt.iut the problems of Il-year-
Olds lenving primary schools, the
us of school records cards, and
Die effect of school rewards and
' Jthir work has included a study
the reactions of Infant school-
rH .Idren at llford. Rssex, tt. schooi
illins. and the use of films b9 b Mil
IS merits of Greek and Latin
basis for a classical type of
education have been compared.
An intelligence test analysis har
1 been made I, h s.
PASSING THE BUCK
I he Archbishop of York main-
talns that "passing the buck" is
today a (killed art.
The Archbishop. Dr. Cyril Gar-
i, said at .1 church conference
.it Harrogate :
Most men want the prestige of
Mx>radblllty but many of them
dread Its exercise.
"The passing of the buck has
become a very popular and highly
skilled art. There is fear of mak-
ing mistake, of displeasing those
IB authority, of criticism in the
press ordisaster of disastersof
11 question in Parliament.
"This timidity paralyses InlU-
MISS MURIEL SEDDON OP-
PENHEIM. of Christchurch. New
oealand, is nursing her way rouno
She left home In January, has.
seen most of the British Isles, and
has visited Austria and Bavaria. I
Miss Oppanhehn, in her early .
Hi's, nursed in Palestine before
and during the war. Then aba
returned to her native New 7-ea |
land. But she wanted to see Eng-
land and so set out again. .
She Kcepa Two Diarin
For the people at home Miss I
oppenhelm is keeping two diaries I
Future plans? Miss Oppenhenn |
"I want to stay here as long as
possible. I'd like to be able to I
live in two places at once." she
said in London today.
"New Zealand is home, but
England has so much to offer In '
the way of history and culture 1
I almost like it better here "
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Treasure of Sierra Madre" and "Escape from Olaat"
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Man backs "Conqueror
Men's Tan Loafer
' Conqueror' Shoes
IfcM 6-11 $7-16
Men's 2-Tone "Conquerors"
BLACK (Patenl) & while
TAN & White $8"32
BOX-CALFS sizes 6i.
Grand Value at $6-37
from $3.17 up
SUNGtACK SUEDtTTES $4.30 Sink & whit.
BUCK 'i Wi 1
a tn- ii
j Evans and Whitfields
' Your Shoe Stores
2 Biv Shows To-Day
TODA V 4.45 & X.30 p.m. St Continuing indefinitely
SPECIAL MATINEES ON
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday IM pjn.. also
Saturday 9.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.
M'liM I l MATINEE (Wednesday 8th)
Cecil B. DeMilles Masterpiece
I Bamn uaosi aiauai
-------------------IIHI III. i: TOW \-------------------
Step Pyorrhca and
in 24 Hours
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ateaa lai >ou are a k-tlnt e-l I'roerkaa o*
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I nliMlly tauaa you la looa all
r.-th and Sava la waar falaa !**> -f~r.
I..-., mouth dlaaaaaa ha>a aoiaaS Ihroufh-
I.LI tha ooeld ae that now eoleaUesa aas
or a'ary itve people
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eta. Barf ala* chrenic n.1-,.1 eaaa
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*", 'ha dlacovarr a( an Amartean
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ol tha tr.uol.. itopa i.n.i. from Maadlna;
*" quickly takaa tha
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'..r aa-aral other taalh waie ettlna
>...er ill tha ttma. 1 triad man* thing* ani
haei heard of thla new dlacovarr A mo tan
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i>-e*iil found the
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tn oe empi. peesasa,
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Starring Ann SHERIDAN
"HOLY YEAR UM"
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that will take you on the
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M-G-M present* .
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LA8T TWO 8HOW8
TO-DAY 3 a IM
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A his Orchestra
to-day a TOMoaaow
III aad Its
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It Happened in
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FOR 2 DAYS OXLY
in it mi it \ s bop si>i:< iiLisi
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KARLIT INSULATING WALL BOARD
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Sheets : M." X ' '' n
Sheets : 4' X *', *' X '
HAND SAWS 24" to M" In length
ihi: haiiiivimis co-operativi-:
IOIHIV I At IOII. LTD.
The "Happy Four" Orchestra
With the Films
I III linniVS TOMir- |Karloff|
"THE h (ii i HAW in.ii.< A i assaaSJ
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PRICES PIT 20 HOUSE 36 BAL. 48 BOX 0
TCKSDAV. NOVEMBER :. 1*50
Finds New Test /n Sikkim, Darjeeling,the y pray for Tibet
eat for the din.
reactions currently used, the new
method has been arrlatmed In the
Annals of the Pasteur Institute as
OH uf the must sensitive and most
specific In us* for the diagnosis
of this disease, and the method
has been extended with succ*s>
to aid In the diagnosis of other
diseases such as tuberculosis and
Dr. Saint-Prix has just pub-
lished in the Annals of Parasit-
nlogy. Parts, a study on Hainan
Vvnsaimt* Trachea! h which t<
considered great advantage on
St Lucy's Rectory
Will Cost 2,400
M Lucy Vestry, at their
meeting yesterday, discussed U-ii-
thsj building of a new
rWcMssri srtrt hatt .v. Iron
Mr Denny of Si James, lWr Wor-
rell of St. Peter and Mr Fitz Wil-
loughby of St. Lucy who la rden-J
jointly with Mr. C. D Unwell
and Mr. Bruce Hayner r>f s|M
The Vestry decided tn award
the tender to Mr Wllloughby et al.
In Carlisle Bay
NEW YORK, Nov. tJ
America's biggest steel produc-
ers to-day announced tin Ami.
I.mi i.i ul a new steel aid to Lc
nearly double the strength of othei
low alloy metals.
The alloy was produced by the
research laboratory ol the Car-
-,......: o..*...u,..... ** "" s,,**i1;:,v-i",m
Ui Wllfcourtbrt lender of 2.400., the largest subsidary t'mted States
as the lowest of the thieo I at.-et Corporation.
Thcv awarded the tendvi w*. 11 The metal has been named car-
i obtaining the l^nl*ture'<, lUoy. It was developed primarily
a) f>i the loan. 'or use In the construction of ship*
The onlv parlv who lajKssTld ""! heavy mobile equipment. It b
or the provision of additional designed to bear up under rx-
uarter* for nurses at the St. Lucy I tremes of temperatureparticu-
house was Mr. Wllloughhyl lurly cold
el al- This tender was accepted
but the Vestr>* decided to Invite,
Mr. Wllloughby to tender again In
view of certain recommendations
for a revised plan by the Coloclnt
Engineer, and Dr. Klrton. P.MO.
'ised plan would be like-
Carilloy derives its strength
from a comparatively large num-
ber of alloying elements 'which
..re readily available."
It is almost double the slrengUi
of high strength low alloy steals.
It can be made in standard furn-
aces. It is easily welded yet
ly to cost considerably lees there- [ possesses almost triple the strength
fore It was decided to tender gj normal welded grade steels
afresh In the light of the nyw
A letter of complaint to the
Vaatrj frm the former bcll-ringe-
wu rent. In it he said that th-
Rector had dismissed him with
only a week'- salary
Ha asttad tha Vestry to give htm
a month's salary in lieu of what
he had received
On motion of Mr. Rrancker the
Vestry decided to write to the
Rector, forwarding a copy of the
be! I -ringer's letter, and inviting
(he Rector's comment* thcrenM.
pointing out that the Vestry un-
derstood that the bell-ringer wi.
:. monthly and nnt a weekh paid
aarvaAt This motion was carried
In the absence of the Daclor,
who is out of the Island on vaca-
tion, the Chair was taken by Mr.
C H. Yearwood. Churchwarden
Manning Mayers a 42-year-old
shopkeeper of Halls Road was
found guilty yesterday of stealing
one clock belonging to Hubert
Gittens and assaulting Corporal
Blackett of lielmont Police Sub-
Station. Both offences were com-
mitted on October 15.
Hll Worship Mr H. A. Talma.
Magistrate of District "A" Police
Court imposed a fine of 5 to be
paid In 14 days or in default twi
months' impr.snumcnt for Us
theft, the assault 30/- in 14 days
or one month's imprisonment with
Mr, n. H. L. Ward appeared on
behalf of Mayet-- while Sgt.
Garner prosecuted on behalf of
From Our Own Cotiwponaenli
Ui. C. 1- S. Bailey has accepted
the poal of Assistant Director of
Medical Services (Curative) in
British Guiana. Dr. Bailey was
born in St. Kilts and studied at
Edinburgh University. He first
.." to Antigua in 1933. He haa
erved 17 years in the various
Presidencies of the Leeward
Islands. He Is at present Medical
Officer of District E and Anaes-
tbagjal at the Holbcrton Hospital.
In 1948-49 he took a post gradu-
ate course In Tropical Medicine.
Mrs. it.Hay was born in War-
cester. She has been teaching
Hygiene at Spring Gardens Tra
Governor Leaves Windwards
To See T'dad Dentist
POUT-OP-SPA IV, !*OV 4.
Brigadier Sir Robert Arundell.
Governor of the Windward
Islands arrived in Trinidad a few
days ago. At a Pd-ss Conference
at Government House he said
that a commission of inquiry
into the working of the Grenada
Co-operative Nutmeg Associatio.
will be held later this mont'.i
in Grenada He said that the
nutmeg sales this year wan vary
His chief reason for coming tu
T'tnldad was to see the dentist
and get some new clothes.
Carilloy took, laboratories i
than four years to develop.
Ing College for Teachers
years). She has for many y<
set the examination papers
nuraaa and midwtves.
Millions Of Gallons
'Fiuiii Our Own Corraapi inlaoli
ST. JOHN'S. Antigua
Antigua's elaborate water sui
ply scheme has been at stand-
still at Christian Valley for lb
past five months. It ia said that
ihe rig was unsuitable for the Job
and it broke down after drilling
water at 35ft A new rig. supplied
bv the English Drilling Compan.
has recently arrived in the island
When this apparatus la assemble!
it is expected to be capable (
drilling for at least 200ft. Rain-
fall throughout the island for the
month of October has been so
greet that if catchments and
cistern- were abundant there
would be no shortage during
many years ol drought in the
MUM But as It stands, millions
of gallons of water have gone
strcjininr. Into the sen; man]
houses have not had their spout-
ing repaired since the hurricanes
and therefore their tank- are far
from overflowing, but the reliable
Country Pond' at the head of tne
FRANKFURT. Nov 8.
Many Democratic Germans ai-
opposed to the re-establishment 0l
German military power, but many
pacifists and young Germans ap-
pear to be willing to serve in a
European army, according to a re-
port which the American High
Commission published to-day.
Dr Katana, professor of psychol-
ogy and economics at the
University of Michigan came to
Germany last August to report on
German attitudes towards democ-
racy and rrarmament as visiting
consultant for the office of Political
Affairs of the American High
Dr. Katana noted two grctfl
changes in political attitudes, the
first of which involves the Ger-
"A vary substantial part of fhr
German population is opposed to
what an army has meant to Qer-
mans for about 100 years" ho
These people abhor Prussian
principles and barracks drill,
well as the fact that the German
army was a state within a slate
ith an iron discipline for its own
purposes and was ruled by <
At the same time genuine
pacifismthe desire for civilian |
rule for the sake of allha been
The new nttluide was described i
by Dr Katana as b lack of |
responsibility among muny Ger-
mans who rely on America to rule
them, take care of them and pro-
vide them with food as well bs
with defence against aggresaion
He reported that many German,
feal it is unjust to Imply that they
should rule themaelves and thai
they feel their role is to obev and
frequently to play tricks so a" to
get arouad any rule Imposed.
"Many good Oannana-who are
for Democracy and against Com-
munismare against the Oerman
army while potential Fascists are
happy about the prospect of the
establishment of Oerman military
BHUNSW1CK. British Zone.
The self styled "master sex
killer" Kudolf Pled charged here-
with 10 murders to-day told the
court his alleged accomplice Carl
Hoffmann was the "diplomat who
hone out victims."
rie.i .. 26-year-old former po-
liceman, soldier and blacksmith
who has claimed killing as his
hobby was "too shy" to address
his victims mostl> women, before
he killed them, he told the court.
Pleil has claimed "complete
sexual satisfaction" from dead
One witness, Mrs. Margate'
Langer. testified to seeing Hoff-
mann, a former French Foreign
Legionary, with a tall young
woman several times in the latter
Sirt of 1945. Hoffmann .poke
panish he said. Pleil broke in
to say : "Yea. he was always the
diplomst who chose our victims".
The court heard how in early
1B46 one woman's body was
found naked with her face dam-
aged by repeated blows and one
finger severed. According to Pleil.
Hoffmann murdered her. .
Pleil last week offered to extort
a confession from Hoffmann
whom he has often threatened
since the trial opened.
Pleil has been in gaol for m
slaughter since 1947. A diary be
wrote containing "obscene pass-
ages" revealed his murders polio
. , .. rn-m va
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O Gats ikin rally clean
O Banilhfft ptTspiration o4wip
^Tkt* Lanes bod, sweet and dainty .
Odrs makrt a deep clrsmnc hMher ihsi
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AVOID OFFENOINGUSC ODEX
Want New Ministry
trrotn Our Own Con nontlgnn
The creation of a new Ministry
in Jamaica has been suggested hv
the Jamaica Manufacturer.!'
Association, who in a memoran-
dum lo the Constitution Com-
mittee of the House of Heprese.i-
tatlvea. has recommended thul
the portfolio of the Minuter for
Agriculture, Lands and Com-
merce should be split up and a
Ministry of Industries created.
The memorandum sold that th"
portfolio was too much for one
man to do justice to It and recalls
that In Trinidad. Agriculture and
I^inds Is one portfolio and Indus-
tries and Commerce another.
Coming up soon for
reading m the Lagoalattvi
is a B 11 to establish in ''
.i mi i i ncnt.ii body ol
Police wln.h nny be called ou
for ser\*lce by the Lamn
the Deputy or an> Bupel
in an> case ol actual thrwtaaMd
mterital disturbance ui
aggieasion, or in any <<>
aoditional police may lie unjuIic.
The lllil uvb l<> fin. I
ernor power to appoint lit and
proper persons to iuv
the Special saaSBI
II be sssigne.1 !> Mid
countj ui dattrsM U the Cum-
ihialoner may direcl I
niissioner loo may appoint fit and
propei peranns to be noti-com-
mlsauwiod offlcera and comtable-
of the Special Keaerve
The same Bill sovka to assaaad
the conatabuljiry Ordinance by
rssjuiniig otlicers to take the onth
of olfl', by making pMvlataci ftw
taking the ssaaVUTMlMnl pbott
graphs and Anger-print rngsrea
slona o' persons in lawful CUatodj
Provisi in is made that art*
such i -rson Is discii
acquitted, such measurement*
photogi.iph* and finger print mi
presslons shall be destroyed oi
handed to the person concornad
The power is exercisnble when*
a perscn la lawfully detamaxl at
any police station in connection
with the commission of anv Of n
series ' hiding
felony, being in possession of
counterfeit coins, obtaining good
or money by false pretence*, COB'
splracy to defraud
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TOKYO. Nov d
111 Fifth Air Koice llghl-
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Qghtei from Manchuria.
Th* pM crossed the U>u.>: m''
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TUESDAY. NOVEMBER T. 1SJ
Tuesday. November 7, 1*5*
THE opening of Boys' Clubs is an indica-
tion of the awakening of the social con-
science in Barbados.
It is the first real practical attempt to
save the youth of the country from taking
the wrong turning. In the past, the com-
munity has been content to undertake
the dnflcult task of converting delinquents.
The new outlook brings a ray of hope, for
it is well known that prevention is better
In opening the St. Philip's Boys' Club
Mr. Justice Chenery gave an illustration of
the dangers which beset the idle youngster.
He said ; "A few days ago while inspecting
a Police Station in Bridgetown a woman
came to the station and reported that she
had given her son (2.48 to go and buy some
articles for her. He later returned empty
handed and minus the money. When ques-
tioned he admitted he had been gambling
and lost all of the money. He was not even
a good gambler. It transpired that this boy
had been before the courts sometime ago
and was then undergoing two years' proba-
tion. This boy had nothing to occupy his
leisure time and had gone back to his
gambling associates. From there he would
probably graduate to some more special-
ized crime." **
No praise is too high for those who
launched the Boys' Clubs in an effort to
keep the boys occupied and away from the
streets, and it is good to find that for two
years at least the expenses in relation to
the clubs have been guaranteed.
The boys have welcomed the clubs with
high praise and are obviously enjoying the
oppoitunitiea offered to piay table tennis.
learn boxing and to meet in decent sur-
roundings instead of in squalid alleyways.
But is it sufficient to provide entertain-
ment for the boys ? Wouldn't It be more
effective to teach them to work for their
The local committee might well investi-
gate the methods in this respect adopted by
Boys' Clubs in the United Kingdom.
In an effort to instil a sense of responsi-
bility and to make the boys feel that they
are not receiving something for nothing
the Boys' Clubs Federation have devised
a series of services.
To raise funds, one club belonging to the
London Federation of Boys' Clubs is offer-
ing a painting service for door knobs snd
knockers, and another a shoe-shine service.
There will also be pavement artists and
barrel organs, and as, an act of self denial,
boys at one club will be asked to give a
cigarettp for every purchase made in the
The Webbe Boys' Club in Bethnal Green
Is erecting a platform in Petticoat Lane on
Sunday morning on which will be a table
tennis'table. Members of the public will
be challenged by the boys and the losers
will be asked to subscribe to a substitute
version of a mile of pennies bags with
closc-ftttini; lids which are considered a
more Economic proposition In the circum-
stances than loose cash lying about.
By this means it is hoped to make the
boy3 feel that they are helping to finance
Perhaps the local committee could think
up some suitable plsn for Boys' Clubs in
Barbados along these lines.
t If Britain
HEN I s on lh train at C.V.H. THOMPSON
Piiuburit I carried news-
paper under my arm. Soon I i
liced thai everyone wu looking
at me. Bui I found out a minuu
later that they were really look-
ing at the newspaper.
ny the time I reached the main
,11 ting room two men had
off.-red me half a crown for it.
And out la the street the price
wf nt up to 3s ftd.
There was a queue waiting for
thi out-of-town papers that m>
trein had brought in. Top price
f.. a 100-page Sunday edition.
c nics, magailne sections, and
St' was, may told me, 14a
Yea, In Ptttaburg now. the man
a h a newspaper Is every bit as
p .jular as the tobacconist with
c arettea ever was in Britain
visits the city
the party which is in powsi
locally, the Democrats Yet the
local Oovernaneni. headed by
Mayor David Lawrence, Is doing
it beat to end tha strike.
There are several reasons. First
the Administration depends or
prospei .ng business for a large
part of Its revenue. There
mercantile tax on everyone
management of the biggest store burina. and a local amusements
on Sixth-avenue told me that tax in Pituburg
business had fallen off by 100.000 With ordinary business dow..
a week. This during the three 6.3 per cent., and with the amuse-
best shopping week* of the year, meet business down 49 per cent
Kilms because there are no newspapers,
HE strike, of course, has ,. ' u"', CT"1*____
drop in the bu> .* " """' *!'
pany told me tin
down bar a third
The pour cloem. managers '
at pittsbum ""' ","t noUv c*" now **vc
2k Ute. .o"*"n HrSEtS *-> "Jf ST? "m"
uttrlel heart of the nation." Bad enough Wit the
newiMBtrleu titv shoppers no longer drop m for a
iSZ?T*Z? three of them J and a look .. Clark Gable
hi total circulation of 7J5.000 But now Urn r. for th.
lv a month ineraat to adver-
have been A" entertainment, except font-
ball, a slumping. Always glul-
"'strike of the men who bun- tona for culture,
up the paper, a. they come off unially In such r
preaa la the cau
lay. But for
v their presses
> of it i
X ed a ser.uu* vMm m Aam example of
dangerous It can be to depri
a community of its Press. Then:
is a bis; graft probe going on ir
It happened that the grand jury
which started the inquiry made Its
*?m^! nnrt charges a few days before
the newspapers stopped publish-
A RUMOUR started, as rumour*
do when a citizenry u tud-
the people ate denly returned to the bach-fence
hurry to book ****
t.ckeU tor the autumn symphony m The rumour said that the city
concert season that by now there Government had deliberately or-
i not a ticket left dered the strike in order to escape
a.** SB?* .v But not this season. Hardiv the bad publicityit had been get-
HAT happens in a city knom rven ^ ^ TOn_ (lng from the inquiry
which suddenly loses it- AZnar q| the year, Victor dc *"ld an editor of one or the
i? That is a creation which g,,,.,. t^ ^ hving Ellis closed papers: "You won't fin.
i mid be of more than academic .gij|n(j trouble anyone in town to-day whi
i >ercat to Britain's newspaper Nc#jly ssjssrj policeman in the doesn't believe that entirely fain
i .den. What has happened in force ^ (>ul ,or the ,rjtm< rumour-is absolutely true *
| tsburg could happen only too ^ expected for the open- On the **^"**h* Al1.''
L.sttr throughout all Britain,.< f ^ lntfrnil.ional Air ghow. I inc^ to rtnd someone who d.<-
*neral hear there are newsprint But ^ 1( wa> ^ flr8. fium Six out of six. asked if they
i.serves sufficient only to *cep years the crowds did not believed the rumour io ne n fact,
the newspapers going for three replied "Oh. sure
**" 'n.wn emergcncy _,.M Even the attendance at funerals have said that Mttaburg is a
What, then. is a newspnperless fa.,_. off Ti,-r- Mr,. na ,mnc newapapartess city. Thai
t wn like' My first lmpre.i.>n L-^^Srea' loner "^"'y lnj Harold Dtc-
r 1 strolled around the fsmous T^ h|| ^ flurWl wrtnjrlllg * "jw. editor out of srark
fiolden Triangle was lhat I saw ^ ^ because of the strike, has organ-
so few women ai--,, **1 an emergamcy paper
How was that? Well, there are aevwue ,t u caU
n i newspapers and therefore nu pEHHAPS the most surprising ,nd the union men wno onnB; ,t
Mi-partment ftorc advertisements i effect of no newspapers B out work for nothing.
A id in lust a month that fact has that people talk less. At first the people fell over each
changed the habits of thousands People no longer order bargains other to buy it. But they no long-
f women. They have begun to by mall. The absence of society er look on It as a real paper. There
t jy from the local shops which news has given women less reason *re no advertisements of the kind
<.n do ail their advertising in to gossip. There are no calls in they miss, n<> comic* and the
their own shop windows reply to small advertisements. news cevsrage Is poor
The) eonaequences of this change The majority opinion of the And it is only eight page*!
l-i habit are extraordinary. The. vanished newspaper? MS again?! L.R.ft.
Russia Watches Today"* Elections
l.AKK SUCCESS, NY.
Today's elections dominate the
.iimoaphere at the United Nations
i .day In the expectancy among
plomats from abroad that fun-
mental change* In American
reign policy are in the making.
Assembly and committee
s.teaches avotd reference to the
i lections but in private Ike dele-
gates from sixty government*
i roes the world reveal convic-
tions that American political
rhanges will make themselves
felt at U.N after Nov ?.
Until the invasion of Tibet by
mmmuiiiit China was connrmed.
;i majority of delegates calculated
that after the elections the lasuo
ol admitting the Peiping regime
to membership in U.N, would be
quickly settled. Almost without
exception, they felt that US
policy would change sufficiently
h' let the communists replace the
At the moment, they are not
so sure. They think the change
may be the other waywith the
United States apt to use the veto
i< necessary to keep the eommun-
-i* out on the ground that they
ore guilty of aggression through
the invasion of Tibet. A growing
number of delegations are begin-
ning to look at the Tibet situation
in the same light and a United
States veto may even be super-
All Indications point to the fact
lhat Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Vishinsky and his Deputy
HV Pierrr J. Iluss
Jacob Malik are watching the U.3.
battle of votes with keener intercut
than any other foreign represen-
The motives guiding the Soviet
team are a Kremlin secret. How-
ever. It is believed at UN, that
the "pleasant" attitude displayed
by the Russians at the current
assembly before the election was
intended In part to "soften"
American public distrust and
resentment of the Soviet Uniuo
and therewith undermine gerwril
support for rearmament ugulnsl
Tin- Russians are hoping to read
into the election results some soil
of disapproval by the American
people of the "tough" US, policy
against the Kremlin.
The Russians are waiting to
adjust their current peace often
mvc and anti-American propa-
ganda In strategic parts of the
world to the outcome of the
elections, no matter which si'ie
Irrespective of what Vishmaky's
top Secret report to the Kremlin
on the American, clectioni will
contain, he can be counted on to
make the most of any symptom*
lhat the American peoplf are
"split" on the basic issues of
foreign policy Including the
spending of billions fur defenie
agatnn aggression, the use of
American armed forces for service
in Korea and elsewhere on behalf
of UN, and economic aid on i.
large scale to backward areas of
Above all, Vishinsky is certain
to put the election results under
his analytical microscope to dis-
cover to what extent his tireless
"peace" ofteriMVe and claims to
sincere desires by Russia to gal
together with the Western Powers
lias beguiled the American peoplu
In view of all this, there is I
widening amount of speculation a1
UN., on whether Vishinsky':
"pleasant" altitude will suddenly
vanish after the election and
reveal again the old master of in-
vective und liater of all western
traditions, rustoms niul social
His easy-going exterior since
the assembly opened lost Septem-
ber has won him no political bat-
tles at UN where his "peace"
plans have been knocked down as
in previous years. On the other
hand, western plans to contain
aggression and strengthen com-
mon bonds of the non-communist
world have been enacted against
his vigorous opposition.
In the opinion of many U.N.
diplomats, Vishinsky sustained
his most stinging defeat In the
solid vote with which the assem-
bly granted Secretary General
Trygve Lie a three-year extension
of his term It is considered
highly sigmtlcant that no delega-
tion outside the Soviet bloc took
seriously the Vishinsky announce-
<>n page 5
WASH1ISGTO.N, DC ,
Paraguay, li not the Garden of KUen, that
myths of its native Guarani Indians claim,
may prove to be at least a Promised Land
i<. its newest group of immigrants arriving
in.in displaced persons camps in Europe.
Some 700 Kalmuckslast known free and
organised community among descendants of
Genghis Khan's Golden Hordeare schedul-
eo for Paraguayan citizenship. They are to
be given 9,000 acres of fertile soil, cows,
hotses, chickens, farming tools and a home
on a frontier of the California-sized, land-
loclMd South American country that is now
uniting development, note the National
It was not until comparatively recently
that Paraguay began to realise the potential
wv-jlth in its farm soil, its cattle-grazing
areas, and forest reserves. In the early 16th
century, adventurers settled on the land in
starch of the legendary golden city of El Uor-
>r an easy "northwest passage" to the
in: les of Peru and Bolivia.
Failing to nnd quick wealth the Spanish
till ned to hopes of a local Fountain of Youth.
V. aters of the Bermejo River, for instance, |
v. -re reputed to give one an unwrinkled old
a^e, free from the 'gravel, the stone, the colic |
Ihsj gout, the dropsy, the indigestions." Par-
ana River water was credited with clearing
li throat and purifying the voice.
Jesuit priests were more realistic when
they arrived in 1609 to establish missions
among the Indians. They organised the
natives into 32 colonies; taught them agricul-
ture, weaving, carving, metal-working and
even painting. The priests are said. also, to
have effected the cultivation of the native'
yorba tree, in order to make from its leaves
the popular South American tea called
Mateone of the chief modern exports of
Following the expulsion of the Jesuits of,
1767, a slow decline in the political and eco-
romic life of Paraguay set in. The Indians
rgot their new skills, yerba mat planta-
tions grew into dense Jungles, and herds of
ne cattle, believed by some to be about
KPO.000 head, were lost
Two devastating wars played havoc with i
ihe country's population. In 1864, a six-year
conflict with Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay I
lost Paraguay 50,000 square miles of terri-
tory and destroyed all but 300,000 of her
million and a quarter people. The bitter
Chaco War with Bolivia in the 1930's deep-
ened the nation's economic depression.
To-day Paraguay is making a determined
hid for the prosperity her natural resources
'joiild support. Immigrants of almost every
race and creed are welcomed to swell a
population estimated at little more than a
million people. The government lends
money to farmers and offers an extension
.-'rvice. partly staffed by specialists from the
United States and Brazil, to improve
methods of cultivation.
While most of the present settlers are
fciven rich, eastern lands between the
nation's two principal riversthe Paraguay
jmd Paranatwo-thirds of the land area.
v/ith a scant 50,000 people, lies northwest of
this section in the Gran Chaco. Here, in a
climate not unlike southern Florida's, a west
I wild as any in the New World is regarded
as a challenge to the energies of a growing
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Royal Variety Will Be Battle Of The Laughs
To The Editor. The Adeoca
SIR,May I be given a little___, .
of your valuable >uac to stats SIBI read with pleasure the
briefly for the concern of "De- new. that a delegation headed by
partment of llighwaya and Trent- the Chairman of Colonial Devel-
port" the inadequacy of the pros- opment and Welfare will be leav-
snt drainage and well on the In- ing shortly fur Washington to ex-
termedlate section of the Upper plore the prospect., of imnugia-
Ivy main road, in removing the lion for Wast Indian Labour.
rapid collection of water during
rainfall. A pond-like appearance As an immigrant It la hearten-
u. presented in lust live or ten ">g new. and I hope Use success
minutes heavv .hower. wl>lch they get will be raeee than
Such has been the unpleasant "ny other time
discovery of several motorists,
dl.gusted ones too" 1 To say ' l
nothing of more anfortunate per- Bustamanle Is on a delegation.
sons, and showers of longer dura- success is in the air, I know that
lLI)n our Labour Commissioner hat al-
!f full repairs of this road can- <">. heer. to Washington for a
no' be continued and there li need J,W' In search of a quota for
for a well opposite the St Olles' Barbadian., and it Is here I want
Boy.1 School, may I ask cant to make a note for him and M
something be done to thai danger f L Walton to study. Going to
spot now which may save greater Washington snd awaiting a
expenditure nubsequentlv. ?uota for workers to reach the
P l! Labour Organisation through its
chief is not enough. It is neces-
Shapkeeping sary to use time outside, and cbn-
.. m tact Its small farmers who are
SIK,On October 8. 1W. Mr. m g^,. ,, tik. ft
A E. S. Lewis In your columns Mme , ,.,., anA when
tells me If 1 can supply him with ,ho]lc ,mal| ,mxinU ,. dd,
such data .. prices; quantities and ,,,. wU, Bnd lne total of s
Z.' n5 ric Leie l? Y?.l. Me5 b"' ""' kn" * delegation
?,!, ST ,?TI h itLt* .- ^ "ay take no notice of the view,
just the Ining he asked lor and ,_._>_ _, u -_-. t ,\
re TsTopk-eer hi"-.; SuAfirmj^K mi
retail in hi. sCd~l5%ing ""' ""* bund to UCMd
him that only a 1*Jgxm profit It Le, u. y with the influence of
made, without considering piece. ln, chairman Inside working with
of meat and bonea. broken bis- ,n, Government to gain entry into
cults, wages, light, water, station- lne su, ,nd lh, ), 0, u,e
Si urstasjpaad depreciation of ,, , ,,. Delegation iouring
scales, weights and measures, rent ,ne auriet, , ,, 0l, (antien
and back debts. can what kind of people they
Now I have granted Mr Lewis wl|, , ,eltlng. I can foresee a big
his request he has done everything u , ^ th guteeaa
except keeping to hi. promise. on ^ZZ^. "" JSoTS
I ask a reply and the help prom- ,tv ,v, ,^,,,^1 me quo|i
BRITISH VARIETY for so
long proclaimed dying or dead in
face of foreign competitionis
putting out Its bravest challenge
vet before the King and Queen.
Bj UAROLD rOWVW
have received no indication that
utht-r wants thtMn to make
That challenge is nvsd, spin.- ^l0^i;i^HPJ;n;lrf",;. ^ "2? "
edly clear l\ the programme, pub- ln: *n' happened ta *
lishe.1 for the Hoval VaHetv Per- thf,' "w pJ> of Noel Coward .inoe the arr.vl of Hit En
farmance al Ihe Palladium on -Hom* 'J Colonialwhich w.is imcy the situation hoi bec<
November 1J. to be an event of the season? veTy nlb
Mr. Doolevy. I hear. 1* likely
to play the leading role in Hit:
97. adapted from a successful
American novel about Korea,
which will feature the battle of
the Han River. Frit/ Ijuxg of
Metropolis fame i* to direct.
Mill HP will b* the bat; other
el- scripts are bein: feverishly wrtt-
ul debated in other studios.
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EARLY BUYING OF LARGE STOCKS
HAVE KEPT OUR PRICES DOWN
THE THRIFTY WILL SHOP NOW
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The Lady Vanishes
"Where are the British
which can All the Palladium"
be an event of the season? Very static." a member of the
.. assured that production is only
.inc. V a^cTrnem bT Mr T"" ,n" '"U "~ *" - < *** **
nan. toward that he had written On Mr Coward's behall I was another imported Broedwa>
iiSnenS^have bter. ",, n Tor ., ""' and Colonial especially tor ,,, r W.1U, mutlcal which "lUearrlei
long time Well no rawer than JO Oertrude Lawrenee. A new show, call.-,! The Lad,
of the act. to be aeen bv the ,. , ,,__. .,,, . "He wnl Just wait until the from Paris, was due In New York
Kin, and tjueen are British and -JH?,n" ,e.dfn. li,Th^a . S rtnt 5u,r UP- AHer all. this month It was a gto about
they* are being Mgtad to nu the "i^X ^.SL'eiT.^""^ 'here Is plenty of time Tch.ikowsky, te. to hi.
Issd me by Mr. Lewis.
theatre and hold the stage
Variety's blgfest niht of thi
ensaeements; then we
were told that Kay Hammond
would star with her husband.
... .. John Clements.
It promises to be one of the Npx. thw two artlft| offered
keenest 'trugfles for InternaUonal ,
honours the rtlbdlum has ret lh,m,s ^.^.^ ,ucr,.,s
seen. For the strenfth of British R ru.., -._,, (
Svitsf ^7tLS*e "-mn= * ^ < "*
year-s Royal Show looks Uke l|ny te me th h,ve ^ lmmp.
being top-heavy with comed>. )li(lle pUnBaad MU lhe manu.
script of Home and Coloni.il
remains In Coward's desk drawer.
Dear Old Friends
In the ring will be our own
eoml<- giants the Craiy Gang
Max Milter. Max Bygraves.
Tommv Trinder and the one-and-
only Grade rields
music West End managers heir
about It were uitereaasd; an10nx
them Jack Hylton. Oesr Id Am-
sW London film circles are radi- erica to arrange for the bring.:.*
ant with the spirit of inter- '" London of Kiss Me, Kai'-. Mi
rational good-u ill this week, a- Hylton went to Philadelphia fo:
Gloria Swanaon. Claudette Col- t,,c 'ry-out opening of The Lsstj
bert and Montgomery CUft head 'r"" Prt
the contingent arriving from rhe production opanad on :
Hollywood for the Hoyal Perform- Tuesdaj- night, closed on the S: '
nee. urday. No Broadway for lh*
"LadT": no Ix>ndon.
1 have a suggestion: would it -. ,
r some of those bahlnd-the- not be a nice gesture for Holly- ** Takes the
New York to organise a .
gala show once a year on *" And nere '' noto tnm C>ri
de of the Atlantic? An Rilchard and Msdga BUott,
hich our own stars now bringing Roitomtion culture
light be invitedand feted?
L. E. S.
people are asking "Has wood
'he delay In casting resulted in siml'i
Noel Coward's thunder being their
They will be matched against unwittingly stolen by another event
some of the heaviest guns play?"
America can despatch across the
Atlanticheaded by the forml- Just Malting
dablc Jack Benny, who is by now . ....... ,,
thoroughly at home In the Palla- Home and Colonial deals ghtl>
ji,,_ with life In a British eolon%
a,um' during a Socialist admin 1stratlor
If it's laughter you're after as In Westminster. That la th*
Mr Trinder would say, here Is theme with many varintions ir
the programme for your money, detail of His Excellency the
In fact I am rather sorry for the play now running in the West
poor singers, musicians and aero- End.
batseven for Donald Peers. Gertrude Lawrence or Kay *aV They're coming, they're West End manager-; glance
Hammond had been free at tho coming. Those Hollywood nervously in the direction of
spectacular a comic scrap time Coward was ready, his play sagas of the Korean war. But Alexandra Palace and murmur
where do they get a look-in" would have got In first. Errol Flynn who you may re- comfortingly to n-e .mother:
While the combatants, and the As It is. the managerial firm of call, saved Burma single-handed -it can't happen n.
audience are recovering their Tennents who were to have has been beaten to the post by World Copywrlgh. Reserved
breath? presented Home and Colonial Brian Donlavy. |f |
Individual British rtlr
visiting America receive
1 hearted hospitality But that Is
not quite the same as a number
I of them being honoured rollee-
1 lively, as representatives of Pine-
i wood Elstree and Shepperton.
KoreaHere We Come
to Broadway with The Ralapea
London ha? nothing on Met
York I,, the matter of theatre
Bhoruagcs. At the moment 4C
new stays are headed Cor
Broadw.iy (now 39 pcrh.-ips.
following The Lady's demise?):
"Only 17 Icsllimate theatres
.ire available altogether Bach
week seo another p.u..vhouse
taken over by TV."
Slightl. OsfMsfl hVef
GOLD BRAID RIM
J. A ft. Sandwich Bread
Table Batter in pkgs
MirWe Whip Ssndwich
Spread m t..tiles
Cask's Fl.h Pa- te SB. ttM
Swift's Fate de Fata Graa
Tin Hams In .1 oars
WITH YOUR GUESTS
SERVE CHOYCE TIPS
TEA with CARR'S
II KM) U NOVtMBKB 7,
i ii".i NMVM KM brighl and
tiny >leraay momma
but shortly alter muaiy rain
fell The skaM became dark and
the temperature dropped to 82
dejtuf- Fahrenheit In the shade.
uout 2 o'clock work on
B4 and various other
.vat held up Hawken at
the Prnbyn Street Bus Stand
HI i Ufhl unexpectedly. Many
rum to leave their tram in the
rain and tfo in search of shelter.
Till M (UK I ..I the lecture
which will be given by Mr.
Charles Thomas at the British
Council at 8.15 o'clock tonight,
will be "The Actor's Approach to
This is the fourth of his series
of lectures on the Amateur
NINF. II TILS of Miss Milli-
H.well passed their
examinations in Shorthand and
TnMflJJ Those passing in the
Shorthand Theory were Sybil
Anita Koachford (SO words per
minute). Griselda Barrow and
Sybil Nicholas passed in ad-
vanced typewriting and Griselda
Barm* and Eldra Jones in Inter-
Byer. Anita Jones and Carmen
Scale passed in Elementary Type-
Tin MOBILE CINEMA will
give a show at "The Home"
Agricultural Station yard. St.
Philip, at 730 o'clock tonight
Williams of Brevitor, St
Peter, was detained at the Gen-
eral Hospital over the weak-end.
a-a* injured in an acci-
dent along Brevitor Road.
Also involved was motor car
E 37. owned and driven by Wil-
liam Senle of Brevitor.
A THIEF stole a watch valued
^\ $15 and $12 in cash from the
servant's room at the home of
C I. Chatterton at the Crane, St.
Philip on Sunday. This was re-
ported by Gwenith Quintyne of
use. St. Philip
FIsillRMEN m Si. Joseph are
making: preparations for the
coming riving fish season. They
(mii mm ( seen mending nets
and repairing and painting their
At Bathshcba the sea was calm
on Sunday. A few boats went
out but returned with only small
Court Of Grand Sessions Opens
Affairs of United
To Be Investigated
Russia ^ atrlit-I
Desperate ( BBSs!
: aaeock rod*
.vr on wa tars at tho \
So tie lolcl the Cmci Justice aft"
tmlty of the larceny
Hi s.iul IIbM during Iha ol i.uvernor Re'd" of" "b-rba"doslmon8 *# majority of dipl>
he had been in the Army HI from 1840-48 at the conclusion! T*1"1 time the Immediate
\u tighten Lectures
On Governor Reul
Mi II A Vaugh.ui gave an
interesting lecture at the Barbados
Munum yeeierday on the Uegime
Trinidad, and since then he used el which
to drive a tractor at Joes Kivar
there was a general
THE first SITTING of the Court of Orcnd 9e
since the abolition of the Grand Jurv, began
day. His Hqnour the Chief Justice. Sir Allan CoUymorc,
presiding. There was therefore no Charge to be read, and .__
after the petit jurors had answered their names, the taking SJtid 5* chief Juai
Tin- duet Ji
l >>nml t')min
larceny of a ih..,.. f.
had eight children Th. Quei duca him
of pleas was begun.
Mr. F. A. Field. Acting Attorney General, entered a nolle I*******1 lwl't h out th< fad H
prosequi in the case of Violet Grannum, and also in on-- ** had l*nV chl|dr,,n WM B
C which Richardson Greet. W* charged with larceny o, SS&Xl^St^S^
money. Grannum was discharged altogether, and Greet "
was discharged as far as the larceny case was concerned
later in the day he was brought up on a charge ol BV
bey-zlement and pleaded "not guilty."
11 After the taking of pleas wai
over. Miss M E Bourne. Assist-
ed for the l rown _, _ ni-^ i------.__
Bond to be Forfeited
Kenneth Gutteridge, employee
of United Investors Co Ltd., and Thcma<-. who told the
of the Chief witnesses for the Holder had persuaded him
40 Years A
ButWitling ToChangt Tradi
for 12 menths in a sum
with a surety in a similar am uni
T.utt found the thtqui
to the Canadian Rank of Com
merce trying to get n cashed
Engineer Out 13.20
The pers< p whi
Holder attended lectures on the history
nd the United lm..i.iv ., i.,, ., Barbados during the nine-
was concerned Wai Edward IX :, ,-nih century under the auspice.
S* of the Extra Mural Department
ol Ihe Utm.iMiy College of the
ie and at the Summer
*> fresn page 4
i Ih- s**oW have "no
truck" *nli I.ii- mxl year and
would refuse to recognize him as
An announcarnent like that
even two yean ago by Vishinsky
tua'ly would nave caused panic
""old stuff"' and everybody
went right on In the assembly to
talk about other business
It may be lh.it Vishinsky bag
confessed to himself this unmis-
takahle loss of initiative and rul-
ing influence at UN when his
Deputy Malik rame out of a final
session of the Security Council
members ol the which rejected every attempt to
t'elay a decision by the Aseemhly,
Mr. Vaughan had achieved I Vishinsky turned hit back on the
eminence both as a Barrister and' diplomats and convoked a news
ai .i Jtrstaca and to the member-, conference He "appealed to the
l the Society, he was best known! oublie" through the Press and
* u historian. His Scholarship Radio of the world. In a sense,
tbi lealms of local history and! he confessed defeat when in re-
l.irly West Indian history plv to a question on whplher he
was well known to .ill of them, f found it still worthwhile to come
During the course of the present Itn UN. wi,n "Los' Causes" he
vcar. he gave a number of wellItanswered :
"A good soldier always expect*
Perhaps this tenacity
at ol the
hi introoatring Mi ffausjaan aaad
that it was wuh great pleasure
AM so that afternoon al-
though he felt quite suie that
necessity to mtro-
Proseeulion in a ease in whicn out an Insurance policy
Kawle B Holde.' was charged United Investors.
among olher things, with embex- At Rinds' horn.- the form wa
II have to forfeit Ihe made cut, and at Holder*!
10 bond under which he was Hinds paid him si3 U
hound to appear at the Court of Holder said represented the flrst iy^iViress'them' but although the
ork. Dehanei likes dun's r.r. CIrand Sessions vesterdav quarter's premium. He gave hlir
pentry, but he savs it rtne, .i Th" direcUon was given by His a receipt and told him to go to th
ly in these days Honour the Chief Justice. Sir office in town and there he WOUT.
Dehaney is nearing 60 years old A,,,n Colly more Outtorldga*! be given an official receipt
He Is a little man and you can '>!" to appear resulted lit tha
Charles Dehaney has been
ship carpenter for 40 years now. "~~-~
but if he felt he could easdy f.n "Pn
inio the groove of another trade,
he would give up that lin
i al Codrmgton College iy
same Daportintnl on the
rpproach to West Indian history
Id John said ihai ihev stare
fortunate In having Mr Vaughan
lo address them, but although the
0* was good, he regretted
ih.it the weather had kepj Ml
iiKiny members away
A vote of thanks was moved
1 Mr D A Wile*
not only by Vishinsky but in nil
Soviet policies and nrlions, is th-
RWI tO 'he Russian riddle at UN
and elsewhere in the world
It I-III I ill/
House Will Consider
Fu,i item pa 'he Or.ler Paper
when the House of Assembly
meet today will be the Hill m
provide for ihe regulation of
The Dill has already been read
a second time and referred to a
Ni-xt item is the Bill to amend
the law relating to persons of
unsound mind and for purpose*
Consideration may also be given
to a Bill lo make provision for
arlth pay for employees.
Among ihe matters under "Pri-
vate Members' Business*' Is an
Address by Mr. Brancker to the
i relating lo the payment
nnual Christmas Bonus to
i nntcnl employees.
Ml Mapp may move an Address1
rotating, to the flxiug of a mini-
mtUM wage for employees Suf-
Betotlt to inaure them a reaaon-
nhle standard of living.
Mr. Garner may also move an
roquaotim adequate seat-
ing uccommodatlon for visitors to
the House of Assembly
any of St Michael beaches Dow" Ho'der and His Honour directed Ihe two if them had a con*
on the beach below the Princess ,ha' thc anTalrs of "this alleged Hon. What the eonveraal
Alice Playing Field yesterdav he Company"United Investorsbe was brought out
told the Advaeato how his trade Investigated. which Holder put to Hindi from
has gone down. 'he dock Gutteridi;<>
When Dehaney loft school at N'ne ,,|,,;"1 (>uilty nlm. Hinds said, thai Ho)'
16 and decided to learn ship car- Xlne People pleaded guilty of trought In the firm lo 0v
pentry. many more barque* and offences as this sitting of the but he had brought no mom-v
After i. adl | ii -pt. how-
ever, Outteridaai hud brought hur
nn offlemi i I ut \r
gajd ho had changed his muM)
Uutteridge had then told him 16
wait on Holder for n week nof rv
reporting tnc m.if
He waited f. i
nothing about his 113 20. and so
... which a wadding and funeral "V?^. !owthc f D
,.-.. -ii ~.i* ., .- ..,-., j i Hinds wife und vim ci'rruUinitOfi
ore all mixed up he wounded , mrtdm^ um| c Ml
"""li'K u^ h 5S-22? ,hpCI D t-ld how he had arrest-
.epre.nted by Mr C H Clarke. rd oMe[ -|M| tf,u|10IWi| him
explained the ci.ciim- |(, lder nad Mid no,hing.
stances in which the wounding N(.x, W11PS. OI, xhr m w,
boat owners are so straitened that ha,J occurred and asked for the Outtertdge. who failed to
they can only pay for a Job afic- 1"*nry of the Court. cr app,-nr The Chut J
the boat has gone back out to sea, T"* row look Placp Ufil a *** diraetori that the bond .f C 10
Dehaney said that some fishing """^ "" Straker's mother had f(f^itM and ihat ihe police
boats will not be able to go out O""*" burled St raker s fneml who Magistrate take MOB
llshing this season because their had been recently married, visited the amount.
owners cannot get their riggings. *he bereaved Straker. and befor The Chief JUotkco left Uw Bondi
A tithing season is nine months the visit they had both been while a search waj mad.' for t'n
Sails will stay Intact for three Imbibing freely of alcohol
seasons only, and to fit out a Straker wanted to know why-
second class ship wlih sails costs his friend had not attended the
about $183 And boat owners funeral, and the friend accused
cannot afford that. Dehaney ex- straker of not attending his
He is proud of his work, though. Words were passed. Straker ex-
plaining that he did not attend
the wedding because his full ha
not been ready In time. Mor.-
words passed. Straker asked his
friend to leave He refuse-'
30/ For Wounding
Hchooners used to call at Barba- Court opened, and of IhOOO, New
doe. "Those were the good days" ton Worrell was sentenced lo IC
Deh.niev said, "and the regular months' imprisonment for the
flow of work for men of my cal- larceny of a heifer It was a
ling was what made me decide serious offence, he was told hy ihe
against other types of work chief Justice, and one which ih
i%H "*y, 1htak* "If1 th1' d"" Coun could nt* P"* ov
placing of barques by steamers First to plead guilty was 30-
*" hard blow lo sh'P *"- year-old James Straker a lighter-
MOO D m*n" '" who* *"* aft*'r
A day's pay for a ship carpen-
ter is MOO. but flying flah boat
owners cannot afford to pay bv ,
the day and moat of the repair J9^
work la done by the Job. De-
haney said that sometimes Ashing
wag rliicd Ml -
i hi' i >e>li'id.i>
... i\i rsprlngo
Mi II \
of Hlnek Kork.
Charloa Belle, a labourer ">(
' eUr.i Road, was Injured when
*"0 was involved in an Beeaoottl
with a bicycle ridden bv Carol
(;ii>on of Heckles Road on
Heckles Road about 9*5 p.m on
The bicycle was not damaged
[It-He was not taken to the hos-
her nose by liiiting her with ]
i bucket on November 5 itowen :
STOif GOLD CHAIN
Arthur Browne a sailor from I
Ihe Schooner Harriet WhUUker.
..as put on a oond lor six mouths ,
vesierday by His Worship Mi-
ll A Talma for stealing a gold
Main valued at LI and the
..loperty of Vera Gilleiu of
I cckwilh Street. The offence
committed on Novetnbei 4
DomlC? iUirnetl ol Bush Hall
v .ii. put on probation fCJ II
i.ionths vi-.ter.lay by Mi. H A
l alma 'or stealing a sheep owned
by Evans Hobba on October 31
hoop is valued al l"J Mi -
ll IUIUvm Couqh.. HoarunaH. ond Throal hr.lnUon*.
Highly recommended lor Naaal Catarrh and Cneel Colds.
If. real DOUBLE VALUE lot Your Mo'cy.
ON SALE AT KNIGHTS LTD. -AIL ORANCHES
All desserts are better with
af "Tote atsgaj* Abb"
I UP BUM iiccJIcm
it>n timn l
|>4iii. RMsBBga, "lift,
.let and RgOH ' Its,
ii ui.i. Owe in
impress you with th
height.that ship carpentry can go.
ever* five minutes he will tell
vou In an off hand way. "Yea, and
the last big Job I worked On wa. .
2m3!ZZF"" v" sa ""'" ^-"
ssnig witness, and .iftei b0 iHl
failed to turn up. Miss Bourne
aid she m Did stH to close Di
case for the Prosecution
The Chief Justice told the Ju> \
Ihat <>n the evidence so far given.
Ihry wnuld not he able ID con-
vict Hinds, since they did n->t
know, Giilteridge being nbsem,
whether Hinds or the "nllege'l l.*t, told
company" had received the $13 10* ''a*
The "Lady Rodney" will be
-i riving at Barbados on Thursday
from British Uulana via. Trini-
dad, Grenada and Si Yino-iit,
Messrs Gardiner Austin at Co.,
till his friend reluseo
stop "carrying on" It was then
that Straker did the wounding
Since the affray Straker ex-
pressed sorrow at what had
happened, and he was bound over
Clerk* of the Harbour and yesterday In a sum of 30 and on<-
No Quorum: Mo
The Vestr> of St. Michael was
to have held a meeting yesterday
but this did not take place due
to the lack of a quorum.
i iteration was to have been
given to the motion by Mr. McD.
Synunonus "that the Vestry pe-
i Legislature to raise a
loan for the purpose of giving
thro pay to all Parochial
fa.pl/ayeoi as from the beginning
of the parochial year 1948-49.
Such loan to be repaid over a
period of twenty years."
':.....n pfOOanl yossssssai]
were the Chairman Dean Man-
devtlso. Mi T W. Miller, Mr.
B A. Weuthernead (Churrhwar-
d...... Mr. MrD Symmonds, Mr.
tOey, M C P. Mr. H. A
Tudor and Mr. Trevor BOwltu-f,
"PINT A" WILL CALL
Barbados will have the services
<>t n Prenrh coastal vessel soon
The MS "Pinta belonging to
Ihe Compagnle Generale Transat-
lunlique will be put Intp service
soon between Martinique and
French Guiana, and eventually It
will call at St Lucia, Barbados
and Briti'h Guiana.
Shipping Department were kept
busy yesterday as question after
question was hurled al them from
a crowded waiting room.
Men and boys, some of whom
have been lo sea already, were
seeking jobs as ratings on the
Harrison 1-iner "Planter" which is
expected to arrive at Barbados
around the week-end to take a
Twenty-one of the crowd were
lucky in getting Jobs. They will Qf
be engaged in the engine room of n
Ihe "Planter" The others lingered
,urety in a similar amount to keep
the peace for 18 months.
Meanwhile the Chief JusUt-
warned him to avoid too gotten
hquor. "even after funerals." He
was not goinf to send him i'
i, since he had a clean recur I.
Fortunate or Innocent
Discharging Hinds. fe< Chtol
Justice I0M Mm, it If n"t f"i mi
to say whether you are fortunate
or whether you arc absolutely
uiiiK-ent At any rate. |T0ll 001
not be convicted; you are dls-
filBj'SBiil and you m.iy go."
Addressing Mist Bourne, th*
Chief Justice said "The I
the Police should Investigate Hi
erdict of The "Rodney" will be leaving
ibados Friday night for Canada
th,. HiMl-h Norlhrm Islands
unlit gel huppv IBSB1
Many ihr-utand. of hesithj
'nple Wc the day lhe\ i-*
;Vwn. ll.uk.Kho KiJiM-i 1'iUv
' 'n> well known dmrrlic and
nnarv aniiwptk help* -luggnh
i.lnev< (o ,'srrv out ihrir fun.imn
" nddint the hlood ot BBEBBl BTK
i.l 'ii I nihrr impuriiiri haiuilnl
. hcilih (tfdicl'ul jxtiplc. ivv-
'i ic. fc.nnnu-nil Dosn'* IMU in
iieir nititdi and neighhourt
To make sura of unexiuaUed
llavour, crcamincss, imoothneu
... be certain your custard is
iin,i For as long ui you ... or
vour mother . can remember
ihe name Bird's ha* been an
.ivourancc of unvarying quality.
So irhra you ask for rustara', It's
wise to ask for Biro'i 1
ON DRY LX>CK
The Schooner "Loch
and Ihe Government drc ig1 '"'
punt were taken up on dry dock
together yesterday. The three
veusrls will be cleaned and will
. in,-.. ;i-ucr;il rvpaiis
Recently, the dock has been
d no one Uke to send people to Petty Debt Court.
__ af this company, and you very Inactive. Since atssoooeroin
ight tell Mr. Hunts lh;it bo had thJl V'x we provided with a
better sue them or Holder in th. "heave-down-berth" for cn>ellni
prison on any occasion.
Foreigner* in Dock
Augustlna Walter pleaded BlUty
.flirting grievous bodily barn
Mabel Blanche and sentet
___ postponed. Blanche said]
around the office for some time Walter had taken away hei
before leaving with a very di- friend, and that was how tha'
appointed look._________ nght started.
----------------------- Sentence was also postponed ba
if In OCd ai/v-lfC the case In which Anto.ne Martin
LUMBER BLOC Kb pleaded guilty of uttering counte.--
waterfrqnt < <***-
TV*lCKrK\snt Neither Augustlna Walter.
A large part of the 27I.0O0 feet Mabel Blanche nor Martin are
of pine lumber arriving at Bar- Barbadians, and this ore"
bados by the motor vessel remark from the Chief Justice
Migrant" on Thursday has been that recently a bad ruuna W
landed in the Inner basin of the r.<*n* ven to Barbadians by (M
Careenage, but none had been actions of quite a numoer a
removed from the waterfront people from neighbouring colonies
when the Advocate checked yes- More Sentences Postponed
IsVdsq The Chief Justice also post
The AdvocsUe" wa* informed poned sentence on Norrbi William
y.-sterday Ihut the hold up in the who pleaded guilty of bestiality.
removal of the lumber from the :< he did In the case of Percy
wharf is due to the absence of Jemmott who pleaded guilty of
lertain documents larceny In a dweTUng nous-
However, the "Migrant" con- Jemmott, however, pieaaeo no
tinned to discharge the lumber guilty of being a habitual criminal,
from her hatches and day after and evidence on that count win
rtav the waterfront is becoming be taken late- in rne kii
more congested Sentence was pc^poned loo OD
The congestion caused by the Samuel Browne who said Mwas
lumber made it difficult for guilty of. and sorrv for. w '"v
lighters to unload cargoes in the of a diamond ring. He nas a sbbsbb
Inner basin yesterday.
The Court adjourned until toda)
iiinor repairs, the
dock has slaekene*!.
tr.nte of ihe
ONSISTENT WITH THEIR POLICY
\Jf CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT, the
New COIVSIX produced by ford of dagenham,
Supersedes all expectations.
u will have the pleasure of seeing this
Luxury car in the near future
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,H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. o.^o.. gj
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in Plain colours of Row.
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lleinini'il Turkish ToweU
in culoun Pink. Blue,
t'.reen. Gold each
llemnird TurkUh Towel* hi
Fancy Culnur. of Blur, (irc-cn and
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PRUNKS 1 Ih 43 ;!
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LADIES' LIZARD SKIN HANDBAGS from $8.61 & $9.77 each
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LADIES' OVERNIGHT BAGS from $3.63 & $4.91 each
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I'm in chame /Via fob aJmhtt
maiaj a white sLmowev;
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ECKSTEIN BROS.Bay Street,Distributors
Her child's old frock looks new -
because if$ always
Washed in LUX
Wash ill pretty clothes regularly in gentle
dainty Lux flakes and *ee how muth longer
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lovely, keep* clothes Uwkirig like new!
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Intcsiuul worms -rc a common can te
of umhriflincs? and poor egg pro-
Juciion in poultry. S.nce all poulin-
tuiii may harbour worm-cggi, ihc
bird thould be proiecied by routine
Monthly doling with 'Phcnovis' h the
most effective method of preventing
worm disease from gaining a bold on
your I it!
There a no need io vary the (ceding
JVlM L-ither hefotv ot ulier doling
with 'Phenovi* Available in powder
form for misinn arfth the mash.
Order from your Cbtflfllrt or Agri-
An LCI. Product
The Answer to your
(42 11.11.1", i
Also >Tail>ble will, StMl Wiel and Hall Track, (For Ploughing)
aT" ADDITIONAL SHIPMENT DUE SHORTLY.
White Park Road. (ROBERT THOM. LTD.)
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
IN EVERY LOAF OF...
A* Quality-minded Baker* we
alwaya saaure yuu of the
Beat In iplte or the real
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Tourlat Service t>elweeo
San Joan and New York
Tourtat Service between
Port of Spain and New Tort
One Way...... SM5.
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Clipper Sarvico blwen
Now York and iraniatlontic
poinH. Ovfnight occon-
modotion in Nw York City
on through *ligh** >aEurop
ot no additional eoit
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In th world to navel
anywhere in th world
Fo# h/rrhor informaiion and
raaaevallofw consglt yov*
PBol ageni or
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Pliant tin tan* '.i.*.\ ?wji I
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lllfh llfr thr eorrt of a hialier
Saviour ftilKI (in, deep deelre
Aad to I thin Blewd life of out*
Ever to be r.n*mbtlM by Ml dM
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too Phillip* USA. Menhe PhilBsa.
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baler* 1I|M lor l*n moi Dial "
D-^CoS; Co Lid -Uat^D.*.
QAM BTOVaV- iih 1 rlnge. a Grill and
Ovtn and a lall .vieah back, lo bo won
At Mn O. A. Welle. The Cottage
Avon-. aWlrvlllo Phono aSW ,
GERABD'8 SOAP lro ToUel Soap.
Juno Carbolic: Gerard i Round Balk
THE tiENEKAL AGENCY CO 'd-*l
Ltd.. 14 High Slreel 7 ll.l* -in
PUIKMION HBATKRS Convrm-
M aaWeincel appliance lor Mating
water for Toa. Hoi drink*, ghavinj: *
Dial an* Da Coala A Co I4d E-erlri-
,al Dapt 4 II.W-*i
PLATroBM SCAIXS 600 lb MHM
mi UENEHAL AGENCY CO ;*'do*>
XMAS CABDV-wllh vlewi III
of Barbadoa. are now available
loJIowlnl placet Civ- Shepherd. Cm
ftaBrBtBgf Cole*. Printer*. Collln. Ltd.
John-ii' Stationery. Meyfair Gill BTiop.
pbornia Pharmncy. Roberta <*
S.PCK Book Shop. Bruce Wralherhead
Lid. Cottade Qltl Shop t,|M_ap_
TYPEWRITEM Now modeti Oiyi
pla portable typewriter
abla Sao thoar IBOawati
rnachlnn before oUierwIae
voureelf A O Si Hill. Jama* SI
Dial MM 111 tO-Tn
to now avail-
DBJ^vn.lJ: Soapkai Shampoo"
rtranart lh Hatr and loavoa 11 amoolh
and fdkt avan In hard walar Prlro *e
bol KNIOHTB Lid I.11.IB>.
FOB thai ->fl and too.. look
the Hair atlcr hampoolnf. try "Bronn-
l')' Uquld Brllllantlno PlKa V- bot
KN1QHT-S LTD 8 II JO In
POft Ihoao who aiffw from Aalhrni
we hara Palani mwdar* In Mt-ck which
to a van good ramadv Piioa 1/- r
KNIGHT'S LTD. 6 11.6S-
GIVE a B'do* Diary to friend abroad
a uaaful Xman prooanl Tou tm~
bmuliful plduroa of th laland an
pafe Ua oah month of lha jtmr Prlco
t/- rath KNIGHTS
Katarlord Gap. SI
PLAT Al WoMaUSg. Phone 6#>l
4 11*0 i t o
rLAT aanail comforUblo Plat al lli
Cio Houot. SI UKhaot Vacant n^.
r futlbar poiUculoro phono *X. .-
klnoon o> lUynoa Co Lid OAVo
7 ll.to-4 I n
rUHNISHKD rLAT-oi "Brtomrin-.
l-.-r Colbynwro Bock. SI Mioborl Dial
------. H. Blair atoOMtlMor
I.AHOE DOUBLE MOOU-rocli Soa
F..II Boaid Rooaonahk tarma. rouplo w
To Ornttoinon prafrrrod Apply p
Howrll. Caauorino Club. Ttloftfcono OOH
Vscanrkm for Sutiocraphor i> piMn in Um- r-rllc S*rir.
Applications srr mtiled from femsie candidapM foe ppoinimeiits
to Bosts of Slenograptm-typlsli In the Public Service
2 The minimum itandard of pro&ciency required is TO10 words
per minute in shorthand, and 30 words per minut*- m typewriting
3 The salary attached to the posts u at the rale ol S480 per
annum rising by annual increments of Ma lo $1,200
4 The appointments which are pensionable will be on one
year'i probation In the first instance and will be made subject to the
selected candidates being paved as medically fit.
3 Applications should be made on forms obtainable from the
Colonial Secretary's Office, but candidates who have already submitted
application forms should renew their applications by letter only.
0 Application* will be closed al 4. p.m, on thf 14th of November
r a su n or ST r 111 r
Tha Parochial Troaaurar OfHc* *lii
- rm,-l lo Klnaiton, Church VII-
SV. SX Philip from lllh Nov I6SS
Tlia (HUco will bo opened foe bUU-
ioao on Mondaya. Tuoadayi. a Sjolur-
.. from tarn to 11 a m and fro.r.
oon to 3 p m
d. P. S W SCOTT.
_____________________ I! S-.fn
BY public Auction al m offtco h|a-
*ilne Lan*. I will aoU on Tuoeday
noai iho Tlh Nov at I o'clock, UJM
quare ftoi of Und al Hart-* Gap .!
tolnlna Mr Altm-n proportr
Alao 4.6SB oauaro foot of land a'
Hindoburv Rood Both are vocant Pur
pSKBP mw,r to n**ir- A. Seott.
DUI II aft-*..
PROPERTY Ono houat oUndino ->n
approKimotMy *. ocro of Und al n..
fm. Rood Hoi.w contalna 4 roomi
and yard oncloaod with wall. Suitable
mall dairy Apply to Hulchinaon
Jamo. Si r
* Bonfleld. Bollciion
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT Of
C"*-'t-EB PKrVrVAI. HINDU
' U. ALS Dofoadanl
*. '"a * *n OrdOT In thl.
aa.il 7 -bo*o action mad* on Ihe
' Auruat ISM. I afvo notkro
il 1;ivm ir any r.'ntr rlatlt
-. ...,... in or any lion or Inrum
l-ncf aSortShfl All that rortaln place
- i-roal of land anualo at tfpp,,
Mlchaot Bl tato UUnd ronUtalnn S
'* !!"* Ihlny two hundred and
1 ."'! oBt sBsaro foot or thorookouU
^..taas dTibs4lag on land, of on.
FSTB6 on Undo of K
1 landa of 1
ae examined by me n
Friday between U
before mo an
clomu wllh thof
and vnuchen. to
any Tuoaday. 01
hruji of II tnooni im
afternoon, of tha Ofllci
Ihe Aiatotant Court of Appeal _.
Court Houee. Brldaolown. beforo lh 6th
day of September. IBM, m , ,h-,
ucb claims may bo ranked according
to ihe nature and priority thereof
rrapectlvtly; olhorwlot auch poraona will
be precluded from the benefit of Ihe ..ml
Decree, and bo deprived of Oil claim on
or la met the mid property.
alao notified thai Inoy
liend ihe aald Court on Wodnea-
Iha 6th day of November ISM, a'
lock am whan Iholr told claim*
handa tnn KKh day
APPLICATIONS arc invited for the following Vacancies in Ihe
Assistant Probation Officer < $480. 480. 824 x 73 812 (EB.)
1.036 72 1.778 (EB) 1.872 x ytl 2,160)
Assistant Matron and Sifter Tutor, Mental Hospital (81.920
and free quarters*
Signals Instructor Barbadoa Regiment (3480 x 48 1.080)
Road Overseer-Grade I (4) Highway* Transport Depart-
ment (81,200 X 72 1.632)
Road OverseerGrade II (2) Highways & Transport Depart-
ment (3480 x 48 -- 1.200 (ER) 1,272 X 72 -1.440)
Surveyor Draughtsman Waterworks Department ($2,160 x
District Welfare Officer (2> Bo |a] Welfare Department
(480. 480 624 x 72 912 h K It i (1,036 x 72 1,776
(EB ) 1.872 x 96 2.160)
Details of the respective qualliicstions nnri conditions nf service
may be obtained from the Colonial wCMtarya Office jnd applications
should be submitted to ihe Si-.rct.mat not later than the 14th of
APPOINTMENT OF KTl'DENT KADHHIKAPIIER.
A VACANCY exists in the X-Ray Departmcni. Uential Hospital.
for a suitable candidate (female) to be trained in Radiography.
The salary attached to this post of student Radiographer is $384.
rising by annual increments of $48 to $824 |>er annum.
Free uniform is provided
Applicants should hold the Cambridge School Certificate nr a
certificate of equal standard, and should not be lets than 18 or more
than 30 years of age.
Applications on forms obtainable from the Secretary, General
Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later than 15th November.
NM-xi: I Ml m OE EIH'CATItlN
JsxMhgtrs uinl other suitably
tin- following vacancies:
18)8 tf.i.lung service
applications are invltofJ rm
qualified persons (men and WOaTMnl
St. Elizabeth's Boys' Scho
St. Patrick's Boys' School
St. Jude's Boys' School
SpeighUlown Boys' School.
2. The minimum qualification (or entry
is ? School Certificate
3. Applications must be submitted on
(E 35 (b) for men and E. 35 (c) for women) which may be obtained
from the Departmeni of Education, but candidates who have ulready
submltted ono of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now
filled! may apply by letter accompanied by a recent testimonial.
4. Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of another
school must Inform his or her present Chairman of Managers and ihe
Head Teacher of any application for such a transfer.
5. All applications must be enclosed in envelopes marked "Ap-
potniaieiiii Board" in the top left hand corner and must reach the
Department of Education bv Wednesday, 8th November. 1950.
30th October, 1950.
1.11 50 3n.
Ol'AVA CHEKBE Prooh dollriou-
uavn cheeoe road* for posting lo your
frlenda abroad Mn W M Worrell.
Bt fcUtthowi Vicarage Phono SSB6
B II 96Jn
JUST received a largo aaaortmont of
Valor Stovea and Parti alao Ovoni
Dial 4Xtl W A Griffith A Co He.
2 Swnn St 111 W-An.
WATER 9TUJ- One ua
operated Automatic Water Bill
capacity 4 I Piila pot Hour* ("O
LINS LTMTTED. 4.11.60Sn
A llOUSBJAAID BimiJat Applv
bet-eon I and 11 a m to Mr* J. Cn-
nell. Highriold. Pine Hill
TWO OVIaHBEgjai Roqutrod for
louriuuare Faclory- For Crop 1631.
Only applicant! who con write and
calculate ofnclonlly wood apply
BOXES Ail klnda of Card Hoard
Boir. outer than corrugated cord.
Aop.y Ad.oc.te Blndlog^ gept^ f ^
TWO I.IUI'OH LICENSES Apply
HAROLD PROVERBS > CO.. LTD.. HI
WANTtD TO BUT
JOINERS' GOOD WORK ht l
rale in Mahogany, Coda*. Deal; Birch
l'.i Houoehold or OtnOoi 1 S Wil.
on. Trafalgar 81 Dial 4366
WANTXD TO BIT
1SETI POSTAGE STAMPS of th.
BrtlUh Wool Indleo Al Ihe Carlbbeoi
Stamp Boelflty No 10 Swan St
4 11 an
WANTED TO BSNT
HOUSE EngUeh couple -
mall dough tore Roqul
to rent Stone BHI Houae 1 or 4 bod-
rooma fmniohed or unfurnlohed BOA
Abbeville Ouoet Houae. Phono 6341
I, V I.IIKl-
rrk of Iho AoU-Jant
Court of Appeal
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT Or
PEJbCTVAL ODf DS
PEABg. ALB Dofondant
NOTICE n hereby given that by virtue
I an Order of iho Aft Kant Court of
Appeal dated Iho BXh day Of Auful.
there will be -et up for tale lo
afggSBfl bidder al iho Onlco of ihe
Clork of Iho Aawetan* Court of Appeal
al the Court Houae. Bridgetown, betwern
ti>. hour* of 11 inooni and I o'clock
In the afternoon on Friday Ihe lonlh
day of November. ItW all that certain
at Isnd altuate al Upper
In Ihe pariah of Salnl
Michael In thia uland containing by ad-
Ihlrty-lwo hundred end
arventv.tU equaio fe*l or Ihereaboul.
" ittlng and bounding on landa of one
Payne on landa of H. Proverb* on
public rood on landa of Ml- M. C
and on other land* of Ihe defendant
Miu Pearl Ala or however elae the aame
ay abut and bound, and If not then
Id Ihe aald property will be att up
ii aala on every aucceedlna Friday
i (ween tne aame houra until the aame
aold for a *um not leaa than C160 00
Dated Ihli MKh day of August. IftM
i v anjecs.
Ag Clerk Of lha AosUUnt
Court of Appeal
AdniHlon of candidata-. to the Royal Military Academy. Sandhurst
TruTjrTna*lon hag beeti reer-fved Trim Ihe Secrenafy of Stat'
regarding the conditions under which candidates from the Colonies i
may be accepted for admission lo the Koyul Military Academy.
Sandhurst, with the object of obtaining permanent commissions in
the British Regular Army.
Candidates must be unmarried, over 18 years and under I8v^
years on the 1st of March of the same year for the March intake,
and under 181 years on the 1st of September of the same year for
the September intake, and must hold the School Certificate of the
Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination Board or its equivalent
Further details regarding medical standards and method of'appli-
cation may be obtained from the Colonial Secretary's Office.
BE WISE .. ADVERTISE
WANTED TO BENT
riAT-Fully furnlahed Plat or Hi
In December January, rteruaro. by re-
p^nalble couple, no children. Phone OIT
LOST & MMM
^HEEI-STAKK TICKET flerle
Jilt Finder pleiae return aame
Hdoa Turf Club TllBOIn
^TJTSTAKF TICKETS Serlea DO
COLLF.GE OF I 111
A Lecture on
THE STARS and the
at 8-tO p.m. on Tuesday
I GOODS! (ArUrnlea)
[ itkdis. JEWELLERY.
I mi.ks. (He 11.-1,1. Espanol)|
I Pr. Wm. Hrr. St. DIAL Kit I
" COD'S WAY OF
I I'leaae write for one I
Hamuel RobcrU. Gospel
Book and Traet Service.
18. Ontrtl A venae. Baa-
1 gor N Ireland"
MARBLES and PISTOLS with CAPS
ROBERTS & CO.DIAL 3301 Hifh Street
Subscriber, to the
are aakrd le Base that If ther*
u an> dlaSaaUsfaetlon with
the delivery of thr Daily
Newspaper supplied UuvUgh
our Agents, please romaasni-
rate with .
2 10 507n
>e are heioby warned aaalnal
It lo any peraon or peraona
r In my name at 1 do not hold
onuble for anyone (onlractina
r debla In my name untee* b*
rder aianed by me
d lesi.it douclim
Bli Man* Boad.
The public are hereby warned agalnal
Sivtag crodll lo my wife PHYIXIS
HUKTE I do not hold
wrMal 'eiponilble for her or anyone elee
ronirariina any debt or debta In my name
unleea by a written order Lrned by me
Sgd JOSEPH HUNTE
| St FaUaa.
CHRISTMAS IS FAST APPROAt'HIM.
XMAS CRACKERS, XMAS TREES, TOYS.
Ooroe In early and -.elect your*.
THE i t:\at\t i \u>tmu \i
(CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.Proprietors)
Corner of Broad and Tudor StrwOta.
IT Mbbst SgvUn Ways
Streamlined. VanlUoa. StOoU
l..d-1-ad. ara] Mnma Chalra ant
etleeoTub ranod I and -pe^
SulleaBad.o. Cichlail and Bral
loped Table* Wsrdrobea. Drraaer-
raboa and Linen PTooae* Night
Dining. Lunch and Kitchen
Toalpi China Bedroom and
KBehen Cabinet a- Larder. Wag
one. Sldehoarda. Buff eta Tea
Trollrye. Lkfjuor Caw-
Trafalgar Street Dial 4BBI
O.X S.U.IC AT ALL UttlH I.HS
St. Vincent and Aruba.
Sailing Saturday. Novem-
g. CO.. LTD,
f/eVA'.**.*.*.* '.- '-
TO-DAVS NEWS M ASH
A wonderful Toy for
Parent* as well as Children
MORE FOR YOUR
With RUBBER SOLES.......
With LEATHER SOLES......
LEAYHER LOAFERS W.th CREPE SOLES M.25
"Die British Shoe Co., Ltd
SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD.
In an effort to give better service to Ihe advertiser llu
\rlverti*ing Department aeeks their io-opeiiitlon In obtaining
op* fix nispUy uilveitinements at an early date.
Under the present yitern It la impossible to set, proof and
t'herk advertisements satisfactorily.
Advertisers, In their own Interests, are asked to let the
Advertising Department have their copy not later than 48
...vii- bwfiri 'he dale) "f puMiriitinn except for the Sunday
dllloo when copy must be received on Thursdays.
(LOSING TIME FOR DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS
Effective From Saturday Nat. lllh
For SUNDAY'S pupcrthe latest time
for cceptnnee of
eopy will ue . t p.m.ThursilBj*
.. TUESDAY'S..........12 noon
,. WEDNESDAY'S ........13 noon-Mondan
,. THURSDAY'S ........12 noonTundayi
.. FRIDAY'S ..........12 noonWednesday.
.. SATURDAY'S ........12 noon Thursday.
T. A. i. i.Ai.i:.
Effective January 1st, 1951,
Advertising Rates in the Barba-
dos Advocate. Sunday Advo-
cate and Evening Advocate
will be as follows :
Week- Hnndars Evening
. Inch 12 M MM (1 M
I'runl Face, Per column Ir
Casual. Per column in- h
Announcements, Births, Mar*
riaget. Deaths, in Memoriaim, El<-
Minimum charge for 50 words or
Bin charge per word f
LgfjB] Notices. Heal Estate. Auc-
tion Hales. Trade Marks and
Public Notices of all description*
Per agate Une
Personal Notice. (Wife. No Credit
elc.) Per Insertion .
Items : For Sale. For Rent. Want-
ed, Lost. Found < Per word
Minimum charges fur Items (not
im re than 24 words)
Company Reports or any matter
set similar to News Matter. Per
column Inch 1>H
\IIIIM ill t'OMPAIVY I III
T. A. D GALE Advertising Manager
MONTKItl AKTI.llJt "IS
uaiam) itxi insirva
V A N g I
S B "OLOtTMBnTEB aalla ite-pman-
ue Strplembor Tin Ao-lalde SepterBber
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TIESDAY NOVEMBER 7. M*
"Cricket With The
Deiigh ifi' I I'm/fin;
Uy II. tl.
MiMlcaUoa if "Cri
iih Iip Kangaroo'
i v.liiih deserv-
.' liiitti place on ihe '
i : ,cket lover.
It Is Ihe story of the etlcaarl
ttruttle baAwatn Eiialr.d an
Australia which l
mr seventy years ago
i down til the Mr.'-.
India 140 Tor I if
2ml Innings CM Tet
ntw ata ii n I
India flnialied 43 runs ithei
with nine second innings wickei
in hand against the Commoi
wealth touring laam on the thu
day of the first unofficial te
The Commoim.>;ilih. Ear whoi
ihe Australijiu Itruie Doolai
Bn| innings lead of 103
India replied v. tin 148 for or
in the.r serond bminssj Heater
"Policeman Vt ins*
"Mr. Guiana" I illr
iFron. Out ou cnw*otianiii
GEORGETOWN. Rov S.
was crowned "Ml. Guiana" fu
1950 ot the Aslor Cinema on Sun
day morning Stanley LflM v.
unner-up to Bruschr La'
a Inner of the title. P C
K.i.i Willis, did ncri t;ike port i
The Victoiy Gym. won t|-
wci^ht-l.fting rontrst for th
Whitney Cup fur the third tin
In succession, beating off th
opposition of the John Dav;
Gym World-famous lifter Keev
Daly now home on holiday froi
the USA lifted for the Victoi
Gym and at the Bodywi-lght o
16S lbs. totalled 7M lbs.
Constable Bruache also wo
the sub-dlvi.*ions for haul ricvel
oped chest and leg* Runner-i:
Stanley Leow wag named i
hiiving the bent arms; O. M
Valz the best abdominals an
E. Spellen the best back.
Lifting for the Whitley Cu
was decided on th*- Dob HofTmt
The Queen *.s
Quaen ElLfabeth of Englar. i
now has her own rnring colours
blue, buff stripes, blue Wtvl
black cop with gold laSMl
They are being Worn for Usfl
first time on Thin
2 at Font well Park when her five
year-old Steeps* hasai Uanio i
contests the PWwortr) Hoodie:
The colour, have beta ngto-
tertd by Qm Queen under KacinKi
and National Hunt rules Tl <
last British Queen to run horn* I
under her own colours was Queen
Anne, who founded the Iiumi.
Ascot racecourse in 1711 I.N.ff
inie. But it Is told in su<
sight-Aa warn at
, h* readei to forgfi
^ * hlston :ijoy to th i
uU ttM lr#anaar> Ogurai > I i
. id rlaroai I
Orasss swimt> his mifh'>
;i- lot Kg and. whili (
perhaps the greatest bOwlar i
| am* h-f ver known Ml
IB i hi more recent davs the.''
llobbs and H lion I
land, ami Bradl I Lll >*all and
v.irr for Anatn
Bu! always, for the I.tk- \1
i : thd gafla* thai
"ininl' niwl as he concludes in
[but* tn Victoi Trumpat.
he see* Ml the player*
tarred full blooded spirits' wb<
made the world batter for what
they did in it
There are facts and figures fo
the statistician who will be o>
i Shied to know that an over w.i
once only four balls, who score i
the flrtt century in Test cricket.
the origin of the m.Uhical 'Ashes
which the West Indies hope t
bring so the Caribbean, and that
st the end of the t4B series tr
Ertfland 153 Test Matches Had
been played between these tvv
countries Of this numb--
Australia had won 64. England W
and 34 had been left drawn
The upa and downs of th.
glorious uncertainties of the gam-
are finely illustrated in this wi
tokd story', and irrespective
who's on top. interest never flag"
I If one feature stands out; It Is th.-
hardy resourcefulness of th
Australian player, a virtue wlii<'
na made his name a by-wni
wherever cricket is played.
1 "Cricket with the Kanpnr.i
published by Hollis BO
Just off the press
W hat's on Today
I ease. The Home
\Kii.uliur-| sUiln* nr.
-. Faatsp st : M p.m
The ( ouri \,l in *t,d :-SS
alls bi IV t.iu morn
e i, .,,
, el- I
t SBSBB M.t.w
B M ! t-
of PaMU i nut-
rr Mebiie Camasna
Mve* a How 'I the
'-nonv" \rl. ajsaval
Urn Vsrd. SI Phtl p. at
7 tl p.m
V \\ ihaflsld" it 3
i m Mi Csatrlai Thumis
n in.! (oanrli coesl le--
Mire*, w!h ^fei/ abcul
ri'- \>-lor' ;-npr
The W t-ather
*un Raws: 5 M am
nn laafe 5 3* p.m
Maon (New) November 9
UgbUag: cos p.m
Ifirh Wster: IK a as.. 1.3S
Raaalael t udrimUtwi:
I I l..r i.i..iitli lu 1 I' i -
day. 1M Ins
I < UipxitU
Wind Direrllon (* s.m.
(3 pm ) N.r:
Wind Veteelty 4 mile*
Iljl .llirlrf (t I III SI
< 3 p.m I 73*
Little Too Red
THAXTED ESSEX. Emilin-l
i.. el Putteni. .1 BDWhObi
1 that .* right red lel
Hi '.inside the 15;"
-'-lire), Ii- hurt his eyc-i
*as repainted gren
I'lllNlTJW ALICE Pl-AYINC
l.< Mr P (Ir m.
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la LIQUIO ml mur 'OHM
rtU Motion Picture the Screen Gin
I*c Proud. .Today.. .Tomorrow...
a Generation From Now...
HIKE MONTI! OT.D ROBERT
nl McDonuld Bsilny the
frlSdasd, learn party ISBBSTI
charity concert which was ho)
two and a hslf yr >r id Chrutlna,
nmtiou.l clismpion sprinter Irom
: preparation for an all coloured
IB London on October 29th to
I'lllll- l"l .
Cliri'tmao part; for London's 300 coloured children.
Arthur feaii sayM:
NEW RULE WILL BEAT
LONDON, Nov. 5.
The stewards of the Jockey Clul-
have been makum toinc prlvah-
mid elaborate teals with the new
"wonder draught" which has beci>
causing racing official* the worlil
ovtt considerable trouble.
The ilnm h laid to have been
My (liM-overed in Urn-
don while teal ware u-ing made
to help |temon5 nfTlicted w)th ar-
Rndnc rrlmlnala dlscotered thai
Ihls new ciruc was ;ihle In be used
without detection by the normal
owabblng iind chemical tests and
that it was just what they wanted
because It could be used Itself ;s
B stimulant to boost the speed of
the animal, or ns a stopper to slow
It Up according to the amount ol
the dose. "
... tM ow rislH
l. a C MA Y i:nd subsid y
%Vrd* mil *l 11 sir
b M Alttl S I'OIM
LONDON STANDS in tkngaT of losing one of Us majoi
orchestras. It is the London Philharmonic, whic
bi'cn subsidised during th< past fi-w yr.es bj more than
150 000, Of this about C 100,000 has come from the Lon-
don County Council, the H si from the Arts Council.
be wondering where
three of ins worki have nral
|>erlonnnnces In Britain
At the WiKii.-re Hall Helen
>kr .iml I'aal Hamburger tiiv.>
itlna tor two iilanos; the
HM Midland orcheslra broud-
,ist ins Claatlcal variauona i I
tiring orchestra, and to*
Bom1 naniauth Orchestra ai
11 in' pijiiu i
World Cnp> wright Ueservexl
wiiii blnck Ui
uit tns inaa
' accidentally '
* lour but
o* Ilir praDlRD
i i. : i ' a
IP Ml ll|> |
PARIS, NOV. 1
France and Belgium drew trtelr
Soccer International her toda*
each side scoring three tinw*
Belgium had led at half time b]
three gcols to one. ail advanlai:>
they well deserved because tlie.<
were better individually and haw
a brilliant Icidcr in Jn5cpri
He scored lr.o or 11 .p tnret <>:
Belgium's goals iftai LBinbrlchi
had opcneii their account.
Doye netted for Franco in the
llrst half, and second half goals
for the home ,-ide came from
Barratte and Kargu although
Kargu appeared to be offside
when he scored.
Earlier another French goal
bnd been disallowed by tho.
British referee and thh caused n
section of ihe crowd 10 become
ieveraj fiRbis broke out among
the 50.000 Reuu-r
VATICAN CITY, Nov. 6.
Pop.- Pm* XII to-d.i.
in private audwnca ..t ihe Vati
can italace French Foreign Mini -
ler Robert Srhuman who h..
been attending the mcctmu
Foreign Ministers of the Council
4 I u Rome,Reuler.
NationalUtH \\ ill
Help Me Arthur
TAIPEH. Form..* No\
An official of the Chinese Na-
Uonallsts hare said today the Na
fieuailati would fully supporl
whatever ileps Cleneral Douglas
MacAiihur and the United Natloni
took against "alien Communists'
m NottB Korea.
He added: 'Chinese Oommun-
ists are digging in In Korea for a
real light, backed if necessary with
Katt soon the IXC will bat
n concert hall, wbei<
Ihey will subsidise 111.
COnCI rl wild all tin......:
. rt. 1
Uoa iii.it now troubtei the LP
Will ihe l.( ( lonlinue Ii I
At the rnomenl
btIUi p it.tints I
mi iii the LCC 001
be hi ought into the open until
a recommendation comes Ih-(i
a meeting ol ihe Council.
lint iin- toaUna i thai the U
to .ir. 1.1,
Thali atutuda maj be
"Why should U'c iliscri
... orchestra? // u r
are palsuj to siib.tidise nmewrfs i i
Pie new hail ail orchejtnu shoald
hor. tin I
A i i Phllhai''' i ione
Sir Adrian Moult n ,i
not to I.. the CO
wind that lhie.it. i
or course Um removal "i iJ
cf b u in.- Indsed I belie**
that n haa enough viflUt) Ii
Spporl to continue urto" t
w own hieain, mach ai
But the intensified cOtnpetltl<
that will be engendered by l
another i Msl taring* tli
. rrtmerclal Bel I
to a lowering or
- lot to thl box Oftk\
In the iiei/1 i'f rnuaical
,<-^ lb,. ileternuniiiB DkCfa
ofarn the lowest corornai
[natoi '.r pubili
The i.i' think 0
they ,,i" lM' beiplnK tin orchi
trai bv aO.l.iiK iili.*tamii|i|y
the number ol ciucr!-
lake plate In London. 4 c.ni.
BM Um ! (mug much
more than take the place of othc
thai srOUla normally 1
promoied by other bodies.
Tin- CCC are raptdtj d. i
rn illusion that by providing tti
IT they are bring
i" Incalcuabhi beneAts to Lot
uon's musical life. Tt.'
-itn.innni: nd I -
His Baj Dm
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