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PACE F.ICOT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1*5* BARBADOS TURF CLUB Horses Drawn Hill I IIIIM nun -milID K i MO J 6479 rtawta romns rarrs Oatcake 101 lit 917.952 00 Sun t^ueen H 2137 10* 17.952 00 CQOMO II99K •( 3rd 4.928.90 Rebate L 2448 •1 4,928 00 Atomic 11 DD 21*1 H 1.642 86 Flame Flower t)I< 5252 8, Sth 1.642 66 Fheuxce V 0190 11 1,842 66 r % % %  %  ni 1 3809 7) 842 03 Tiborlan Ladv D 4414 71 Sth & 9th 842 03 Vanguard Mil S338 7 f 842 01 Watercress Z 49S8 V 842 03 Pnrtv-nine ( !•) Other Horse* a 7fi.7 Kach B 1200 . %  s HM82 M.H-llllf D MSS . S 1718 Infusion C 0413 plrcmlfi S 7018 Blue Grass F 06M T 8424 Mils Friendship p 8920 V 572 Cross Bow H 73 V 0085 Pharos II 1 7482 Kendal Fort V 0402 Soprano 1 8308 . V 8576 WHmar J 4410 .. Vixen W 4113 K 8001 Front Hopper W 1090 Gunsite L 2189 Kiritcad X 3061 Musk 1. 2340 Usher X 2153 Pharllte 1. 8204 funster nation X 9941 Kitchen Front M 1118 Tango X 2398 River Sprite N 7254 . St Mont/ X 4881 Blue Diamond N 0718 Fair Balla Y 0285 Bachelor's Folly N 2695 .. b "Xttiivi V J999 Hl-Lo N 8158 . A A 71 IS Mary Ann Apollo O M76 .. Sun Jewel A A 0013 P otu .. Elizabethan A A 1128 Dunese P 122* .. i ran Roach CC 0196 Miss Panic Q 0172 . April Flower* rr HOSO Nan Tudor Q 1322 BF 0540 First Flight R 8800 Dulcibella FF 1790 Flying Ann S 1292 Mini: CONSOLATION HORSES W 2859 idKh ,nnl I-nw lit 1016 Aberford G H. LEWIS. Secretary. Barbados Turf Club. PRINCE CHARLES and his 341 Serials al $8.25 each t T Ticket No 6479 in Scuc. AIM DKFGHI — KLMNOPQ T R8TUVWXYZAABBCC DD EE FF Ticki-i No 2117 HI S.nc' AllfUEFG IJKLMNOPO %  R S T 0 V W X V /, AA BB CC DD EE FF. Ticket N. 0998 in Scries ADCDEFCH1JKLMNOPQ HSTH W X V / AA HI', i i I El Ticket No 2446 in Seiies A II f It E F G H I J K MNOPQ RSTU V W X V 7. AA BB CC DD EC FF. Ticket No 2193 in Series A It ( D E F G 11 I J K L M N 0> O R S T U V W X V Z AA MM < < | yy Tii ket N :>252 in Saris* A It ( I) E F G H I J K I. M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y 7. AA BB C i IK FJ Ticket No 0190 in Series AlllllEFG II IJKLMNOPO RSTU WXYZ AA 1111 CC !);> f HTicket No 4414 in Series ABC -EFGHIJKL MNOPQ R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC Dl) EE FF. Ticket NO 3H09 in Se. its ABCDEFGH JKLMNOPQ HSTUVWXYZAA BB CC DD EE FF Ticket Nii 5556 in Series MUIIEFG II | J KLMNOPQ RSTUVWXYZAA CC DD HE FF Ticket No 4938 In Series A It CD EFGHIJKL MNOPQ R S T U V W X Y AA BB CC DD Et FF d 11 LEWIS. Hiiib Seerel.m I Turt Club Woodcock Is Not Under'i'stima ting Jack Gardner HAVING at different tunes watched Bruce Woodcock training in a stable at Bid by. a storehouse at Doncuter. a university al Galway iind a castlo at Abergele, I added to the sequence by visiting our heavy-weight champion at Heine Buy, where li c Is preparing in public at a scafrnn: concert hull lor his wln-m-quit title defence against Jack Gardner (write* George Whiting i I hit ton Stores 112 Out Of M. C. C. Total Of 339 Charles Is 2 Today Ladies Golf Finals Decided On Rules WILLIAM ATKINSON and David Inniss captured the C. P. Harrison Cup fur men's foursome* at the Ruckle v Golf i and Country Chit) OH Sunday, defeating J K K Christie and R. P Gooding in the final, while thr I^naijan sd •' Isabel and Katy. carried oft the women'' dtVaBsOti <>< \h> % %  ": %  ; %  •' 11 lM %  Atkil KM and Inniss won a elear-cut victory by the lop-sided score of 6 and 5, with the former's terrific length arid the l.iiur steadiness producing golf thai ra almost unbeatable. At the i wimc time the more experienced [ pair, who had to concede foui I 'mke* on handicap, were uncerI 'am around the greens, three putI ling on several occasions which j [H-oved fatal to their chances. The secret of a happy family isG00D HEALTH! \Vhats On Today The Court i %  Ion* meet' Mr. tdam Lut Year Last year his birthday cake was u beautiful creation in pastel shades with a Prince's crown, a toy bear, a lamb, a rabbit and s squirrel, but it was plain sponge. This year, because l;< D young man with 20 teelh. Charlie will get a real fruit elks with ,'ust the tiniest lot of rum In M atki '>f course it will be gailv lead loo And there will be Charlie's favourite dessert raspberry gelatin with bananas—as well as cupSYDNEY Nov 13 % %  * %  %  "*• cookies galore BaplylOl to New iouth Wales' One pre^nt will be a saddle and M OS :>09 for 3 declared. UV-1 ^Wf JJr ClKly. his liny. ,etI CC. were all out for 339 mi b,ack SheUi,nd P nv ( louri > !" first innings of the cricket M? *• B !" ndpa's Norfolk estate tch here today and so saved. i SllMdr,n han.. when Charlie oe* follow on New South Wales.! U P lh ere for Christmas and he i a load of 170 started their w '" I** allowed in the saddle for innings and scored ut loss before stumps l. Brighter things fur the Mil' ere promised when Hutton and omplon engaged in a third nickel stand of 106. and Hut tor mplttad a line 112. Compton Md M before being stumped id then uparl from Mclntyre ith ii ,he tall-enders collapsed, .e l.-ti.t four batsmen collecting uns amongst them, -i IIRIBOAID i nai m % %  .. se* (.. t •Mti M < C —l.t lnnli.1. Laatwe BHCCE WOODCOCK Apart fron uiAing a jaundiced new of the wet and windy Kent COBB) weather. I found llruce full of bean*, chummy with the looalss itnd wttivcrai king with a policeman who hurt tt appad in out ut the storm. Four rounds with Big Bill Brennan, for hulk, and Johnny McGowan. for speed, were no more revealing than any other spar .session, but al least the work-out showed that Bruce Is not bjalitUlni n G Otrdnar. "Hack Ui the big stutT" Is the oamp ilOgaTl li means Uiat Woodcock, despite the Loc Savcild • tumble, looks upon the Gardner light us ii prelude to meeting, Orat, Jooj auxlm, ansl then any other tug-money opponent they .an find. Woodcock himself leaves the 1 • >ir.pb>.i Bbmat iwki b JMuutun 'S, 'hpppmit D Undw.111 kSM Mad, Sl.m.y,wk.i b Johnston SI >aily b Bauud '"I"' Ibw, b j.i.iinn *righl l> Joh.lon ..ill-, urn mil aatras led round on Cloudy Pri" Elizabeth thinks he is -far too young" to be taught to ride %  iii-lv That will come when he it three and one-half. Anyone giving Charll for his birthday will probabl' vet it thrown back at him wilh all the typical exubctinue ,,f vear-old. The voimg Prim, hal lost interest In his fluffy toys, except for the teddv i"ir he lakes to bed with him at night LONDON, Nov. 13. Bonnie Prince Charlie of Kdinburgh will blow out the, two candles on his uaily-coloured birthday cake tn-day Charles Philip Artlu,: B| lias let It be known that he prelers mechanical toys. He'd much some toy cars and perhaps a tractor set than some ;w dolls, which art for girls lyway. Ch.irhe at two Is very talkative. He has some 40 words in his vobulary and several months ago started putting words together into brief sentences. He takes a good deal of interl in his clothing too. Ho Inspects every new garment and likes the bright colours best. Ills red double-breasted winter coat *ecms to give him the most pleasEvery time it is put on him amuses "Nanny" Helen Lightbody by stalking to the mirror for an admiring gl Ins reflection. without in.ikiiii. a w It isn't because the second hue jo the British throne everything he could possibly It's because mama—Pntu i i'beth—doesn't hold with such jiers tit ions. Hut tough, lively. 30 oound Charlie will have Int. -,i fun anyway. His gang—admittedly a very gentlemanly and ladylike grouphiding Prince Richard of Gloucester. Prince Michael of Kent and some of Elizabeth's young god-chlldren. will lie at his royal nursery in Clarence House to help him celebrate the great day ursery Like Father rh.irlie looks more and more ke his bloi.de. bliu-ved father. Lt. Commander, the Duka Edinburgh, every duy. observers often chuckle when they BOO turn walk along because he appears to have something of a sailor's roll. The future King at two. has not yet achieved anything like dignity but he uiidutu leoly has royal charm He adores crowd* and waves to them Irom train with all the grace and aplomb of Queen Eliralieth herself But Charlie is so full oi pep that life in Clarence House i sometimes nithci* we.Hing. Tw months ago Princess Ellz:ibetn] Anally moved him Into a newlL nursery so that bahy sister ^1 Princess Anne could get her ] beauty i Ha ii>oing brought up ju>t like Other children li well-to do households. Elizabeth leek th;it n ',^d""Hri toy is just naturally noisy and We ,ln f' 1 <•:..! Ill Set nt ..in II move the lleaae at X-.-.-mblv Into i %  mniill.. on the bill U in 'nl' for the rrgulaUon of publi. utilities when the Ifouv m iat 12 IIIHIIl Hebale will be resam-d on the bill to amend the Da* License Act and Dr limmlra is due to take eharge of a bill to make I %  %  %  • • r for holiday* with pay Mr Motllry l Uklng ehsrge of Bills tu .HIH-IH) the Poor Kellef At I md the Vestries AcTbe Leitlilstlve Council aMaM at 2 p.m and In addlUon to aaasBsf with live aupnlementar}' lull..us the> will rontider a bill to amend the BsrhadoN Fancy Moll Production and Export Art The Bill before the Council for the natlonalkuUon of Natural fist has been referred to a select committee and will only b censldrred If the Select Committee hands In Its report Governor vlellh Girla' Industrial I'nlou to watch classes al work si 5 p.m. Mobile Clncms given show at Morgan Lewie Yard. M Andrew, at 7 3 p m. Mr. Charles Thomas lectures at British Council at S.15 p.an. The subject I* "Make tip". >>. m<-(hers,your good heaUSjod daM al >.>ur caasaaas. H > I Mi MMweiimes cross and your children j nut robust, p.rhsps rou and ***ur UHUIV nerd BOM A 1) s.Somrt uLingScoti s Emulsion every d\ .ii mill sees wnri' dcrful dincunce in Dw way you snd your ctsH drtn look, act and lee 1 Sm*T, f*ui..ahat bfo-s-i *•* Koppoou (O "! Ladies' match was much closer. In fact the outcome was still in doubt after the players •ao holed out on the last hole M it eated on u rule interpretation debatable point arose ut the seventeenth hole when Mrs. Bunny McOlvtrln, one of the Canadian challengers put the ball m the high grass where it was deemed unplayable Mrs. Gertrd rock, bar partner, then dropped on to the fairway with the penalstroke. Her opponent.-. protested, claiming she should drop in the rough, but Mrs. Lamrock Insisted she was wtthln her rights. Under the Rules of Golf Hrl Lamrock was correct. 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II I l> W MAI Mill K II I'",, BARBADOS ADVOCATE 1'Ai.i i:iUX \ Peace Congress Switched From Sheffield to Poland SHEFFIELD, England. COMPLETE chaos reigned among organisers of the Utd World Peace Congress here to-day as foreign delegates contimn". Perplexed by the problem of diverting delegates to •nunist backed rally is (low to be held, they imposed a strict "blackout" on all information. The Ion*planned Congress ten \l OF Tl Sir Gludwyn Malik-killer Delights U.S. Nil YORK. Sir Gladwyn Jcbb. I United Nations dc-lcgal. Success. would lxXhv lo regurd himself .is a slayar tat; Red dragons. Dul the A delight in his verbid duels wil-i Moscow's Jacob Malik. Ba ithe sort of Englishman they like. H* dresses well, but "<-ll. He takes :i Dtodts! drink. He like* jieuple. and they like him. In debate he is a joy. He sits quietly, unruffled, look-' ing only mildly impatient. IpflUM the vials of Mr Malik's wrath arc poured out by radio and television. But when his turn conies he throws one of his polish. | with the dead)* accuracy or ;. keen unkler placing a tly iu..t where it ought to be. above the nose of his trout. The Barbed Word Malik hi i tier thui to rise to Jiii'T.. ball It has within* it. The u takes refuse In glum m But the At.ii.. raai Sir : I their Indh < %  ity polls, Behind the public facade is n culUvaterl givitleman with a nice command of language' store of apt classic:. < He speaks polished French; bi> Italian is flawless, It faultless. He knows a word JI* two of Russian. The job ts bard The %  VMlUng. Rut Jebb is flourish in;. ii. not \-\.<%  tl n Ihlng Opinions That Matter No dome!!tic worries afllu-t the Jahbs now thai daughter Stella h.is joined then; in New York. They are h-'kr lorwtird to having then eld •"' daughter Van* ssa with A thK'i pile of fan mail pouia into Sir GlndwyiVs %  day lie V people outside, who have faith in Uno. even nora • %  lellow i arena for the exchange it verbal blows —fc.l .1. 3,000 BAGS OF MCE %  i baR of rice | from British Qtl bags of flour from N. were among the cargo brought for Barbados by vessels arriving over %  It-end The rice arrived on special ordaa while the %  malgned to Messrs Simeon Huntl ft Sen. l.trt Each of the achoonen I frank (un D. If. and L* Smith brought 1.000 bags of rice. They also brouc: wood and charcoal Thr shipment of flour came by the N steamship 1'IMM which was making its first call here. The V'nirit left port last night for Trinidad It U consigned to Messrs Robert Thorn Ltd Other vessels bringing cargo oaejg the week and tt tw w nen Lady Noel* Iron Dominica and sled rugrim s. from St. Lnda. They brought eocoanuls, copra, undressed posts, B g tW O Od. charcoal and smalt supplies of fresh fruit. itched lo Poland at Uw last n*.io*nt because Biitieh Security services refused to allow many (lelegatea U> enter Ike country. Delegates already here held an em er g ency meeting at the city hall Hall a dozen coaches brought foreign delegates from th> i eighbourtng Bun ton Spa where they had spent the night. \at the door scrutinised Mil .rcdonliais before allowing inyone Inside Among them was Pablo Picasso ic*e "Dove of Peace" the Congres s emblem. loudspeaker van toured the Bg people to attend public meeting at which protests are to be made about Britain's ban on delegates. Where the Iron Curtain HOW ." The loudspeaker boomed at intervals. In opposition to this a Russian anil-Communist emlgree group distributed 10.000 leaflets in the streets accusing the Soviet Government of preparing for war and of "enslaving 40,000.000 people in concentration tamps". To-day workmen continued to dismantle the huge marquee which nave been the Congress* uimng tent holding 1,700 people at Ity nail were batteries and earphones installed at great expense to provide simultaneous translations of speeches, face a loss of between £10.000 and i'15.000 because the Congress is being switched. To-day ll %  ttng ni.unIj dlsci.jaed how delegates are to lie transported lo Warsaw, but organisers here could tell them little. The main efforts to get bawpart were being made tiy other pence movement officials in London. There was no eoiaftrmatlori of reports that the Polish Government, said to be ready to pay all expenses for 1.900 delegates, was sending a ship to pick up those '. Sheflield. Another unconfirmed report id that Czechoslovakia!! airlines delegates to Prague on their way lo Warsaw. Th< CnbKM delegation to the ngreM of peace purtisans (opening in Warsaw on Thursday following its switch from Sheflield) announced in Prague to-dav that It will propose to declare Mac Arthur a war criminal Tl*c leader of the delegation. Chinese Vice-Premier Kuo Mo Jo told newsmen that Korea "must become the central problem drawing the attention of all %  I with world peace." Mc declared that the delegall would name the United Nations commander as the "principal ganiser of an aggressive war in the Fir East and the provoker who w trying to turn the Korean war into a world conflict." y' HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay art, Lpt LHASA, outtal of Tie*I. which Chi said to aavs entered —Express. Gomes Warns Against Wild Cat Strikes Puerto Rico Exports $234,000,000 In Goods errant uor uPOHT-OP-SPA1N, Nov. I. The Hon. Albert Gomes. Minister for Labour said in TrinidadGovernment is facad with an increasing working population and is committed to the encouragement of industrialisation, as a na to accommodate tills growing population. Investors both local and overseas MM heart ifldcnce in the industrial ell* male before they will embark on an-/ schemes. Government must %  N thirl the conditions are such to attract these Investor-. Irresponsible trade unions wildcat strikes and the like are damaging In this respect and must be discou'aged. Qovernmenl will not give any assistance or support to any trade union In elrcumstaneaa which are felt to Injure the good reputation of this Colony.'" No Boos In Trinidad Chamber IYOII, %  aa i POHT-OF-SPAIN, N Hon. William Savar.v. Speaks of the Council in Port-wl -SIM H has drawn attention to the Stand Ing Order which controls thi iduct of strangers In the Chamber. The Order which refer* to persons who are not member states: "Strangers must preservi iilence. and must conduct them selves in a fit and proper mnnnc during a sitting". In future IS applause, boas nor similar neiwlll be permitted in the Council SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico Merchandise shipments from Puerto Rico reached a peak level of S234.oeo.ooo for the fiscal year 1949-60, a preliminary estimate of the Balance of External Payments of Puerto Rico by the Insular Economic Development Administration discloses. Twenty-one new or recently eatublulied industries produced goods having an export value of SI9K0O000, as compared with S8.o0u.HiKi for the previous fiscal fear and were a significant fac:or In the rcdurllon of Puerto Rico's merchandise trade balance the lowest point on r.... That rise tn the island's Bales. largely to the mainland U S. represents a $34,000,000 increase In the value and a 20 percent In. crease in votumo above 1949 ship ments Sugar Half While sugar made up slightly more than half of the valu< salea for the past fiscal yen rum tobacco, coffee, fruits and their preparations made substantial fain NMdaswBrfc end textile products advanced in volume value to provide one-fifth of the total returns, or three per cent more than in 1948-1949 Puerto Rico's puichases for the Ascal year also continued at a high level, amounting to S34B.000.000. Federal Government activities tn the island, representing grants and purchases of lervtcM ranched the substantial total of 130.000.000. Other expanding levels of activity and income are revealed by increased insular income originating In tourism and other travel. Returns in this category durlua 1949-50 exceeded $10,000,000. higher returns of Income on Investment payments reached $16,I MM Highest Capital investments t n Puerto Rico were the highest on record In 1949-50. Movements of outside holdings of long-term investments i:i the Island showed a net credit inflow of $35,000,000. which c< lures with $14,000,000 in 1948-49. and $8,000,000 In 1947 IK revenues), i t~. Intuited, amount to $242.H0O.0ti0 ... against the wartime accuntuuV tion of $380,000,000 held by the insular Government and private interests at the end of 1946 These revenues are held almost exclusively on the mainland and reflect Puerto Rico's Increasing purchases ot machinery, metals and .nanufactures since 1948. The Island's balance of pay' tents at the conclusion of the ttscal year 1049-1930 reflects mm progress made towards H equilibrium tn its current external transactions, according lo S. Diaz 1'uheto. Director of Economic for the Administration —I.N8 Dq|. .... %  rat OtrK.m. s.h ijiwa n *rli !! D WiklUr* aaasivaaai BUL bMW. ,MS ton. n. Capt. *srrsr""" "— %  arbooner Franlik-ii l K a Ion BM Cue* **il>. Iroei BuilBti Guuiia %  SMMW UBIIM I' I 1ST HI I a T to'ia net. C'pi Stowisn. itom Bt, LssSai BSSlpaw L-d> Nosbwn. 41 tan. %  Capt Swl. fiwn D<>. Ji> OihwiinS Bkaelln* .1 lu • Clamr. (Kint BrilUh Uuui* oi rttt i i I-.I BaSasiT MaMy N JW ST MMU net. (.pi CluutWn, f*r Ml luu SrDoMfr MUndalit II. B> i.wfc. st, C^n G*odtw. fc%  Lucu BrhMTwr ChMiSto % U tot net. Cap* l#*ia, lor BrlllU. U.cian. tkapo wr OaeOPnu w ts Wn iwt, CaM W*llar. fnr TimhUI M*L c*pi ii...ii. iw aVrntfi Ossaaaa Srh.. ( "i.r AuralUnr H. IS HMSp MM. Capi. llarKv. hw M Usaaaai for ss U-M. In Touch with Barbados Cotfal Station cab)* ana WWIM >WM I ... MlvtM thai oi. % %  iwrm ..-> >.M>O. .•.with UM iolla-aini .rnp i> >< %  ->( gUJMoi gus. CMUra. fla\ r-ihticc. s s s. ,.t Ii* MtiaM-lan. SSI su a i.. -. MS. Umtfan S| fhi aanth. II l..'v Nala.it, |* Hi-Kiwuur. It Attm PeMaar sa Unm.wn a* umtm\ lanes 8. Fort Muulin*. SB Alpharra, II V.,wrt. % %  I'-Htl MbatV S *k!RantfM. 8S RiKflUx. S.H. QH-*., of Bemud-. It S eu>*. tl Ale... W—mar. II SUII'w. M Allirtrh.n SI Taetua. S Marl. IV l-arrt.,**. Sjjl. O asSpuf. II Iniparl*! 0>a>lv1t*. Sea well A a art II n i MAIL NOTICES Kuo Mo Jo said that the Chinese delegation would also ask the Onv gross to "demand the withdrawal of all foreign aggreaslve forces from Korea and bring about a peaceful solution of the Korean question." Warsaw Radio reported to-day th.it workmen were busy day and night preparaig for Congress. Last touches were being put to th-j uuihh.ni where it will be held. Soviet and Korean delegate-, are on their way from Mo*cow to Warsaw, Warsaw radio said. Warsaw railway stations havo been decorated with flowers and banners in many languages. Warsaw Radio said It was expected that nearly all delegates who were due in Sheffield would BB .mend 'Die "warmongers* attempt to Una (ha voice of millions clamouring for peace has failed** il asserted. —Renter. H$W! IMPROVCD ODEX SOAP O Gets skin really clean O Banishes perspiration odour Leaves body met and dility tXlrx t.,akrt a deep ileanung laihcr ihat %  mild and grnile for faor. hand* anal I Oat)) baOBV Odea ii Ideal (< family un*. | llil.UJdM.ll'lJIHJ.I.]^ Ypur Backache may be> du to sluggish Kidny Action T1FBIS NOT so eood whaa yoo *-* are troubled with bst aa cha, rheumatic paioi, tuff, achlag runacks mS jooiri, luBBbaao or commoD urinary dwordam daa so ai"ff*at< kidney acnon. why put up with pain aod dtacomfon when you might act happy rtb-f by taking l>oan'a fccssKata Kidney Pilb. T*b-y sfaaaaBli setf clasnar alugsldi kidncyi and *> help them i I oTeaceH ark add and otbar i kar-ataa maaht coBsct m the S] FiUS ba helped tl he ihaas help you. 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r FACE FOVR BARBADOS ADVOCATE TOMMY, NOVEMBER II, 19M BMWM)OS ADVOCATE -t -1 Tursda>. Nuvrmbtr II. I83U Final IT: This Is tloYv 1 Test A taood A rin f ii FISH THK departure of the Fisheries Officer to attend the third Session of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute in Miami will be of general interest in this island. He will also represent at the instance of the Caribbean Commission the entire West Indian area. The acquisition uf special technical knowledge to be disseminated locally is bound to be of benefit to Barbados. Thousands of dollars have been spent in organising a Fisheries Department and in fitting out a special boat which investigates local conditions and the habits of the fish in order to provide fishermen with information which will increase their catches. In an island where no village is more than five miles from the sea and where modern methods of fishing have taken long to penetrate the industry, it should be the aim of everyone to give encouragement. The Government has shown great interest in providing for special training and equipment for the Fishery Officer. Now that the department has been established and fishermen are beginning to make full use of the knowledge gained by the use of the experimental equipment, any technical information which might be gained must improve fishing in th>iiru. The nutritional problem in the West Indies has already been the subject of investigation and comment. The fishing industry was singled out for special comment by the Royal Commission of 1939, and whilst we have travelled far from the condition of thai day, we are still far from the ideal. The matter has now become a regional problem and this is accentuated by the fact that the Caribbean Commission has requested Mr. Wiles to represent the entire area at the meeting in Miami. There are many problems to In' wttlOd in the Caribbean before the people ol UM I colonies can get the best results from fishing in the area. Investigation is urgently needed as to the habits of lish in this area, the necessity for providing food on the banks so as to encourage the lish to congregate there, the methods of taking fish in troplcul waters as distinct from those adopted in temperate climates, methods of refrigeration, canning and marketing. Technical information on these matters will be of the greatest interest and value to the people of these colonies. YOUR SON i I i previ BUifjaporti %  pounds o( oui BOM] .ii-' betas] spent on tti ..rmed torce to ensure just that. For. H war comes. the Brilisn „ quick lo e-r n hu triM, Army will be matched with anproud to show hi* pace taaonist* at least is tough as Uv* ij ut hen1 must call North Koreans, as wet) equipped nBM ^ senior ot two infantry IIOIMTI .lrssi-1 WLsfttarj 4 ••iiiiiii ulatot They mult n „ t Iron* Use • ranks Itegulars, who m mployment ai ,1 the irf-w time i>l full %  i %  a i> But here I must call as a witWg up .tarnishing the pOtVBtW N.C.O material. Whether or not Mr modi AM the call-up system, ha And some way of buiM-11-KutulHr unite and relose, corporate the Had Army In 1**5. and ufflcers of a famous batullon that Reaular spirit. numerically superior by three ts wa| moving off in road convoy Why not give the Regulars, for <>ne f rom a bivouac .irea south-west %  %  %  '*. a distinctive blue uniloi Mr. Btrachey must therefore „j Hameun. to show that they are masterproduce it BritNh Army three "After a week of this kind ol craftsmen? The Regular NC.O.J times os well .irmed. well trained. Uainm ^ ne ^j ., company *>" whom I spoke approved thiK. "i : % %  %  %  %  tenflal anapfflismimlti Ii rwadj iu pasa oat Tn*esWaa^eouasiroe b"MS my'i from sheer fatigue. Day and i company commander level— And three times as well led. nlghl he u U pervislng these boys, many battle-hardened—do everyIs this half-conscript, halfswing xhaX they don't leave bething in their power to help your Regular Army we started buildhmd tneir rlfleft ur pac k, after ron and to make a success of the Ing in 1946 as good as that? a halt" rail-up. Or. more personally, can Mr. National Servicemen need tnree But it Is a wearisome task, Arthur, a Glasgow baker whoso llmes aa mucn supervision as (he an ever-changing tommsnd. The family business is handicapped ma turer warttni* soldier was work to be done each day— l-up of his invaluabl" KIV ,,„ Mpeclally paper work—Is sUgger18-year-old son. honestly feel ing. The routine of training Is that his sacrifice Is really helping A stiffening oi iteguiai privates getting stale and then Britain? and N.C.Os is urgently needed. | Q show at the end nf tt. Thai is beyond dispute. Yet note %  %  Now. .i giH*1 army is one lnree w>Jf m wrucrt conscription flM Aaltt IfM which wins battle*— including n ^ tua ii y prevents it happening:— The major ol* a lank regunenl the early ones 11 you accept tnii • ear AMet j 1(rt ,„ lk mc nlo nw deAnition, the British force of FIRST. It robs Held units of ofnie. On the wall hung framed 83,000 which Mjirenderea to inKcgular Instructors for the UK photographs ol hi* squadron taken (erlor numbers of the Jnpanes> |0 trmin ^ w Army's annual intake m 1049, [940. und xilit yeBr in Malaya in IMS was not "good nf 117,000 raw recruit* Apart from the small cadre ol Nor was the Tobruk garrison . Regulars. I doubt whether six of 33.000 which lost to 20.000 or 8CC OND. the kind of man who f nce a appeared on more than one RomaaVl'l soldiers in June l. 15 vean ago m lght have joined photograph. IiuhviduaUJ it may have u.-e'> lhc Kegular Army as a career The sausage machine grinds on man an emperor in those as nkely as not, aI rilalit. That Is what Montgompredominantly National SerMce lney | n( i u ence him against signery did latUllons and regiments—as arc Qn mmout of ten—would stand up . • i„ producing j diluted massto two months" tough lighting THIRD the best Regular wartrained Army I believe that Mr We pictured action at its worst ^^ omv ^ n an j N.COs. brought Straehcy Is deeti ryiog the two -in the cold slid Wet, with bad. PrtoM A hundred thousand followed •"• "*P" ''„ hu ' Kropotkin is an exception. He he c1] t nn beneath the black flags Xldrklw „ e \ r s 1,1^11 m ,* It look, failed hut his books arc goo I. esor anarc hism, and banners which „'„ ^^,7.,' all) Memoirs of a Revolution(l ec| Br ed. Where there is authornn 1st from which much of the mote, lVt there is no freedom The ln%  1 ot this new biography is icVnationale was not played Kroheels, a few hours march taken. potkln having compared It to "the An airplane hover* overhead pU>howling of hungry dogs.' An anning him to the ground And the Kro|K.lkin. son of a very grand arcnlgt re ie a sed from prison for .now will not fall to hide his Russian BTattoerat, was brought thfl duy denouncol! at the gravetracks. The emptiness, grandeur. up in the noble quurter of Moscow ^oj,, .. lne butchers In the duntnachery of the forest, the sense and became u page to the rsur Beonfi !h e dishonour brought on that it Is a living, sardonic prcsA serious youth, he grew bored go^ugm.Before dusk he was nee—all this is created with prowlth diin^ling about court and ^^ in n | s wU Mlc powtr hef ore a | least th vent off to explore Siberia. sllow cmes and Roy is snved. So, in bitter Irony, on a bitter But politics was more lascinatw | n i or s ,hiy, passed a pioneer of Best novel with a Domlnlo _ng than geography. He took a R us aian frwlom who had lived setting for many a day. look .it Socialism, held hU nose to ^ ts i a8l representative. Benover Marxism (a German buretvo i entt na ivc and winsome, he uont'l idea of heaven, as he hBd gol mixed up | n an other man's and, concluding that all revo [ u u 0 n and was crushed by it iioverninunts are alike wicked took up with the nnarchlsts to Kropoikln's charm appears in whom the state, any state, Is the this story of a failure—along with arch-enemy. too much about the doctrinal feud* of his comrades. The state responded by locking Kropotkin up In the Peter and THE HUNTER. By JameAidHaul fortress, St. Petersburg. His rldjre. The Bodlty Head. Be. 8d. escape, liter two years. Is told by 264 pages. liimaelf in one of the classical narrative? of its kind. TAKING THE FEAR OUT OF FLYING li> HI4.H IM MIAS WITHIN 14 days we have twice been hocked by news and pictures of fatal airine disasters in Britain. In three crashes of passenger-carrying Britain this year 136 people have ix-en killed. Only six survived. Why do airliners crash ? And what makes iheir crashes fatal? Three factors predominate. 1. Pilots and aircrews are human and therefore fallible. Airplanes, engines, and radio aids, being made and worked by man. are also fallible. So the human factor is Enemy Number One J More often than not when a plane crashes it bursts into flames. Whether or not passengers are fatally injured they will probably be burned to detoth. So petrol is Enemy Number Two. 3. Bad weather—fog. storm, and ice; against them the airline pilot must Agbt an unending war. When these elemental forces oppose him he is most likely to make a mistake, and it is then that a mistake is most likely to be fatal. FATEFUL MOMENTS The human and weather factors may seem to present an insuperable problem. Hut analysis shows that the struggle to overcome them can be concentrated largely on two particularly fateful phases—the moments before and during landing, the moments during; and after take off. II is then that human control is absolute; it is then that bad weather fights most fiercely against the pilot and the ground controller. Of the last six major disasters, four occurred immediately before landing, and two shortly after take off. AS WE CLIMBS When an airliner is in full flight the pilot has time and height on his side if anything goes wrong. But imagine the case of a pilot when something goes wrong as he is taking off. Imagine him. just off the runway, in tearing rain, climbing into swirling cloud. All engines are at maximum power, the 9.0001b of metal which he directs with hands and feet is only gradually gaining the joins In a raid on in.suvn iio!-, speed of safe flight. Ur Game Preserve. 1.000 square His ^ arc on the m8lru ment panel, for miles. teemU.g with beav.r. mink ^ ftjfax drop or swerve the loss of a few ^I^Su&oS^rlaon " %  - hour which can happen in two and lluend of iripiiinB ri lw iseconds, would moan disaster. D. V. SCOTT & CO., LTD. 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Hnksr and he !" -, J u,rt for oncc producing a where he was famed as "P lendld it0r > F auttener Forty >ears of illThe Hunter Is u novel of the beaUD, iHivcrty. asilalion. scclarlGreat Open Space* for adults It an squabbling, disappointment. But t b strong; ring* true; avoids the sentimentality which lies In ait for unwary travel lens in the backwoods. Its hero is Roy MacIt came with the Bus; iMlion and Kropoikln's his native land. Keren ian Revoreturn to %  a rJSLirt Njir nol-so-eimple son of nature. a Ministry, "i ons5er?3d UK wlth *"*** '" ,l the old revolutionary, "the trade Murt --- e w*" 1 ^ <" O" 1 "'*of a shoe-black more useful'* Being intelligent, Roy knows I-enln asked his advice and perthai he Is "trapped out" and iliut, neeuted his anarchist comrades. even lIMtn, b> exceeding his legal quota of skins, he hastens The meanness of the Bolsheviks his own economic extinction. Be. sh.K-ked him. Why has the rcvo, n g stubborn, he is loath to take bul """"Shtful terms. lulion no noble side?" he asked on up farming. Being tempted, he Till! IKH.I'IIIN IN THE WOOD. By Ralph Ratm. Kuimi Hart Davb. 10*. 6d. '-" paxes. ROGER FROMK grew up il Dorset to play She organ in the parish church and curse the squire and his relations. He loved few l-nvdy. free-living Ruth was one his cousin Will, another. On* awakened the poetry in the boy; the other his hero-worship. Indeed, the turning point in Roger's life, the event which gem it the twist from lyrical to sour, was Will's execution for mutiny in the First World War. .From that moment onwards Roger's story loses confidence. It is as if some of the hero's growing bud temper had communicated %  tsrlf to the author, as if he could not make up his mind what to do with his own work The novel d not so much end as fret itself to death. Yet the recollection remain* o page after page of fresh an< lender writing, if country MaM brmianUy conjured up. of a bovnd-glrl love gtorj lold in frank ',-, V> -,-,'V V, '. •+'+'+'* vvvovvvv OUR READERS SAY: A Smart Fvlluw t To lhc Edilor. The Adi'ocale— SIR, Your Correspondent "L.ES." thinks thai b> an offensive style and quotiiu figures Uuit ivaMona gave him. but did Dot IfM him Ih.-v wc*e dagOd, hiwill appear lo be a ver. smart and knowledgeable fellow and one who has asked %  question and posed a proposition that nobody can answer, His first letter WH mainly %  quotation from one you had published from me .1 lev. fore, and the qu<>t-iii< And ii 11 betleve thli let bhn inquire what the B. O. Chinese .siiopkn p4 r 'in' wnen his clerks struck on him for Mgh> HISO let him read an eaptioned -Coiiti. Liosses" and oppearu I ulUmo And if he itHl vincwl i> Isold of .in and Mr. D. D Cl-rner know anything about shopkeeping?) said in the House on the 13th June, 1950. on the setting up Of i Wafts Board for Bridgetow.i. %  hop Assistants. I cn do no more, But I sensed that 'I, E S '' Wai i man with ;i p imy wont 1 proffered my assistance. He replied thai bj did not aok me for any help, and one wou",' 1 have expected therefore that l.e would not nave bothered with any figures. Bul I i in. in tiiuM not let the opportunity pasa to publish some percentage %  >l>out items the sellimt prteei i.t which are not fixed on i bun basis. He conventi-itly o mttt ad tiimie itemthai %  *• and also forgot thai I had mentioned something about quantities, not men If you in. ike Items of which tl %  .1 turnover of t-100 i Up Of $3"! N ojusMtrttei to be < ther than "•.. %  average, but they would help an 1 would be a gc^l indication of the clerkage required. I am told that If n shopkeeper has a liqimr department ho alone can estimate his profit on this item. Why I. E. S." should worn my help and still persist in saying that he has now supplied me with "air the data I asked him for. ;ii:tl yet I refuse to assist him. I do not know Hut I will tell him that I have not neglected him as he thinks, but on the 10th ultimo Mr L. E Smith. M.C.P. t.ililed some questions about tho report ot a Conunlttee aat up ai the end of October last year So review pine oontfot, .md ttieaa questions reminded me of the existence of this Committee i. I s.* is axatoful to the Labour Government for th'-' Committee and doaa not asptcl me to set myself up as a second <>nc No. let us await the report rtf the l i in th'.' •j th.it the pot I'V had proper on,| A. i B Lima moor u, 1B50. Sfgrfgalion To lhc Editor. The Advocate— SIR.—HaU off to Mr Branck.-r jnd to you. Mr. Edhor for youi efforta to ban South Afru | because of colour and racial pro! I ems. But do you know Mr Branckgf thai An.', ,, ..,. people and Asiatics from the Commonwoahli and that ratvegauoii u III force In the British Colonv <>f Rhodesia, where no coloured person is permitted to enter a European hotel except as a servant and where separate section* in the bonk, railway, buai tres. cinemas are provided segregate our Race? The matter should,** settled for all and %  ban 0Q miporU not only from South Afrni but from Australia as well apom the southern states should be imposed. 1 State should be notified that recta] discrtmlneUoo under the Union Ink —Rhodes PI i also ban m entry "t< ih.nci Moiaaaafier a IM THREE FACTORS And then an engine cuts; a quarter of his power is lost; the strutting giant slews to one side. At such n moment Uie human factor, the mechanical factor, and the weather factor all conspire together against the pilot. Next comes the question of fire. Can anything be done to avoid the probability of fire if a crash occurs ? Petrol may one day be driven from the Held altogether. Jet planes use paraffin fuel, which has a much lower flash point than petrol. The danger of fire after a crash in a jet liner would be much reduced. SAFE TANKS Meanwhile a great safety advance has been made by the invention of fuel tanks which cannot rupture and spill their load. They are called "bag" tanks and are fitted to all modern airliners. But many planes still flying, such as the' Viking, do not have these safety tanks. I am often asked about the efficacy of radar and radio aids to landing. Is it true that they have almost eliminated risk, or is it the fact that all these inventions either cost too much or are not being developed with enough vigour ? "TALKED" DOWN The answer is that systems have been perfected which "talk" a pilot down almost—but not quite—on to the runway. At a certain height, usually about 100 feet, the human factor must take control: looking up at this point, the pilot should see the funnel of runway lights directly ahead of him. These systems, then, work perfectly even in very bad weather—provided that the gap between cloud and ground is sufficient to allow for those vital seconds in which a pilot must judge and make the transfer from air to ground. It cannot work if thick cloud is actually lying on the ground. That is to say, it cannot work in fog. SAVED BY 'FIDO' Undoubtedly, automatic instrument controlled landing will eventually be sufficiently developed for airline use. Already it has been done experimentally and under perfect conditions. Scientists have the answer, and it is to be hoped that it will be quickly perfected. Meanwhile there exists a device called "Fido" which consists of two trenches tilled, wilh petrol, one on each side of a runway. Ignited, they burn away the fog, forming clear tunnel above the runway which the airline pilot may approach on the "talkdown" system. "Fido", saved hundreds of bombers during the war. It is an old, well-tried device. But here is a terrible fact. High cost of operation has been allowed to stand in the way of its installation for emergency commercial use. Al the moment, only Manston an R.A.F. field in Kent, has "Fido" in working order. THE LAST WORD On all sides I hear people asking why, on %  Ul Might last Tuesday, the Viking pilot | i to land in the fog at London Airport. RcinrmiRT this. A pilot is captain of his ship. The hist word must always be with him. And remember that, nfter a fatal crash, he lain ur defend his action. L.Z.8. NOW ON SHOW FOR THK COMING FESTIVITIES Smart Dress Materials MADE TO FLATTER THAT WOMANLY FIGURE Make Yiuir Sflftlion (ron (he Following: CREPES. SHEERS, LACES. 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TUESDAY. VOVF.MBFR 11 HM BARBADOS ADVOCATE r \CF FIVE More W.I. Workers For U.S. Next Year IT IS LIKELY thai a largely increased number of West Indian workers r**.\ find employment in the United States Uuring 1951. according to information given to the "Advoett yesterday by Sir Cieorge Seel, Comptroller for Development and Welfare. — Sir George returned to Barbados on Sunday from Washington where he haa been acting aa head of the delegation which has discussed the whole question of immigrant labour as affecting the West Indies with the U. S. State Department Officials and employers' representatives AM osmv.rdlrt-.uuni thai He wo .c^p.,,,*! by M r £SL K. ? i ," y ~, r ^ d H O. Roe ot Ih. C D and W book-binder of HowclU Croaa SMMarlat who acted as Secrrtaij Road came lo his death by fracto he dclefauon Uire of the back alter falling into He „, d „,„, „„ dUentior. a w.11—was returned by a nine„ aa nr „ decldM upon al tlmo .TV"? 'J'SP V\,"H u ry '"'^ when new. was received that tha the death of Clovla Holder which pn^i^,,, of the United SUtta had MM I' (HI II I'OVI OI I 14 I Book-Binder '* Death Due To Fractured Back Mr. 11-n"J* ,!' ek L by "* %  A J "*"" appointed a Special Committee lo achdl Coroner of Dittnct -A' „ aml „,. lhc wnolc ,„„„,,„ of wa. cone uded yesterday Immigrant labour into the United O.P.O. which Is sitnsUd at the wharf. Clovls Holder was ducovcred s ,.„„ „ nd „ ,„,„ appeared that in a well at the Belle Plantation n,..,.. wai 6IMnv danger that even on September 21 in the morning Ule „„,>,.„, nU mber of West Inand was taken lo Ihe General dla „ workers in the U S. A. might Hospital the aim day. but died |„ reduced. It was thought very on October 18 about I 50 p m. desirable that %  delegaUon ahould ,er^r.he h r M U ', q w U o r ,uSt?. ££ &&"%& auSoTSiV" Z " TD, E "" """" %  """' " %  """ " •"* " evidence before the jury gave va i ue to the Wes t Indian terriUlc i r verd ct tones of these opportunities fo.The first witness was Ernest employment. Lovell who lives at My Lord's Hill. He said that on September 14 Situation Changed at about 8.45 p.m. he saw Holder Since that time, the situation who came to his house asking him had rather changed because >f to buy one of his pigs. the international situation and During their conversation Hoithe increased need for maintender told him that "Life was very B nce and permanent military tight He never saw him attain forces by the United Nations until September 21. countries. In their discussions The second witness — Joseph with the United States uuthoriThorne a 87-year-old labourer ot ^m, ,. was quite plain that they Two Mile Hill said Clovls Holder now anticipated that greater num. had married his daughter about (.,, ,,r West Indian workers i.\.>iar< ago. would be required next year tha,, Wiiri Holder was reported nt present, missing he S S Sas t Sd In searching They were not able to get from tor him. On September 21 while the U. S. authorities reluming from work he looked figure of the numbers that wei Into a well at Belle Gully and required. He was sure that saw Clovls lying at the bottom of because they had the well. He was conscious and detailed assessment of their rethe £3.500 already spoke intelligently After seeing quuvmenls. but they told the deleback pay to Ih, 14 Witnesses Give Evidence Against Post Office Porter FOUKTKKN mil oi A2 wltiMtMi whom it,,PraatcuUrsnl ut calling to try tu prove charges on nix counts against St Clair While, a former porter of the Post Office, gave evi-' dence at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday. White is charged on three counts of larceny, the first of a mail bag, i the second of packets, and the third of certain valuable se: curities out ot certain packages. The other counts are of i receiving stolen property (postal packjges). receiving! stolen property (valuable (•curit.es). and of detention at postal packages. in the chain of evidence so far ——— %  th* Prosecution is bringing wilwm> Uv * " B !" uda exchanged neases to tell how certain po*ul "*". w, "> hw ";, .. articles were missing and how ** said that Lpl Nurse cain.j certain postal articles were loiuid * *£.£"?£? V *K^ J".! it Honour tne Chart Justice ,,,—-• p_-,i ii—., -, .,_,„„ £,.. mMjZcfrmm* is pressing ^ Ngj^aftjpjl I L Jr^S"* T^ W tUmtllTT and said she had neverl Reece, SoUctterOsnml. is pro*.nad JIIV .,..,„,,,,„„ ,ti. Wh,uiuUng for the Crown. Jainw Clarke. labOUTK al WltWruie LS not represented. „„,, A i,„ lol(( Ul( v .„ 1Ml hllrt h< main quesUons White ha> had assisted the police in taking o far were addressed lo the out postal articles from a pit in )f the Post Office enquiring White's yard on June 11 He asuVS wi her any other things were the pit missing before he was employed deep. there. He also asked whether he Sgt. William alone lived at his home. The Jury has bean empanelled Case Outlined Outlining the case to the jury before any witn ess — were called. Mr. Reece said that they wenproducing evidence to show that White was employed at the Post Office as a porter on June 10 The evidence would show that on thai ALL employees of the St. Michael Vestry numbering ^ ".J"'** f w JJ?J" ork n f ^Z*0rd w" 1 Universal ^^^^^j^^^^S^jK 1 !^, SnS^tt^iSSZ "s'gTSps w„ The Vestry at a meeting yesterday decided by a 6 to u i, Uo the nn er part of the Po.t uS%S3 ahSwi the %  Mrch ... 2 majority in favour of a motion by Mr McD. Symmonds, Office. While's drawer at the Post % %  VaV.".V.W.VaV.V.ft 1 1. 1 1\ AI III till I It %  PURINA ; I'K.iox mow %  H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. D,...**. J V-V.V.V.V.V.V-VA HARRISON'S "'^' WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK A COMPLETE RANGE OF Th. MM l eltl PAROCHIAL EMPLOYEES WILL GET BACK PAY ..bout 25 to : Phillips of the Central Police Station said that on June 11, the day after the porters of the Post Ofik-e were interviewed at the Police Station. Inspector Bourne, Cpl. Nurse and Mr. Clarke of the Post office along with White came lo Hie Station. Bourne brought a large valise which contained various papers, bags containing swing hmst-plc*, a khaki shirt, Postal Postal that the employees be given this back pay. The Vestry will petition the wanted tn assure members that it Legislature for authority to rsJsS was a good estimate. He had then a loan not exceeding £lu.0OU EoT obtained figures from thiheads precise the purpose, this loan to be repaid of the various departments and ever a period of twenty years these made a sum in the vlcinltv not exceeding 4 per cent per of $45,000 for all the employees is lying at the bottom of bemuse they had not yet got any annum. The sum will include He hoped members would supigreed to lor port the molion He knew it was itabl,sh,"d being said that the scavenger: After the porters had left. It Offlc was discovered that someone He said that on June 20 he had been tampering with Ihe received sume documentfrom mall bag. The police went ami ihe Bermuda Police. ThSJ SJSW searched White's home and live COUBtarfoUl and tun. certain things were found. re cS tp t l foi leg.stered letters. IkCpL Clyde Nurse said that on <> received a copy of a special 11 he went to Carringto almi.: him there he went to the poll station nnd reported the matter. He returned to the spot with the police and ihey pulled him out of the well. gau Week-end Thieves Haul Over 8100 W EEK-END THIEVES made hauls of cash und propsrt) totalling over $100 From the sh thev would be able to give *taiT of the Cosiudlssiaiiars of actually had to stagi idea'of the numbers by the Health. On the suggestion -of IpTS their back pay SOd of January. 1951. M L£. D MoU Cy *£ P i,, wa .* d.-cided to instruct the Vestry'* "What we have lo do imrricdisolicitors to amend the figure *i" alely ls for the West Indian Govthe petition already in their ernmenls and the Bahamas to conhands from £3,500 to £10,000. Mder the arrangements which will Voting for Mr. Symmonds' be necessJiry for recruiting and motion yesterday were: Mr. Symsupei vising large numbers ist*" Two boxes of cocoa vauled $43 •" %  ft stolen from the office of T. R. Hawkins at Tudor Street while %  sheep was taken from the Home of Frederick Phillips at Weston. St James li is HM Tinemployers seemed property of Eunice Phillips of that this sort of labour should inilinn Ground, St. Lucv. continue to be used, allhouK" T" 1 "PASSING Ol'T parade of ihey made it very clear that it ,„,_,„. .„,, hl ra „„ ho ,-i n 1 Police Recruits will t*e was an expensive type of labour yjnjjd ou^ becjws^tlw Ch^ ^ place nt the District 'A' Police because of the cost of "-ansporta„ orU for nal day 0 discuss his Station at 5 o"clock on rrida> Hon etc., as compared with the mot(ql a9 nc had promised on ih-* evening. cost of labour from sources nearrrerc <|i,ig Monday when nothing O F THE FIVE UallU oileneec r to the United States such as llould ^ donc through the lack of recorded yesterday, only otls Puerto Rico and Mexico. „ quorum, motorist was charged for exceedSir George said that throughMr Trevor Bowring said thai ... Ing the speed limit. One cyclist out their discussions, they had j, had got his notice for the meett ne n by was reported for riding In a danfound the U. S. Government anJ gerous manner, a motorist for not employers' representatives most having a rear light and two friendly and sympathetic. motorist, for not complying with ^ p ^ ^^ „ c>P-i who T-HE SI EJECT of the -Week was representing the Eastern Car1 of Prayer and World Fellow'bbean ^'" ^.^J^l*Bun owes. I-abour Commissio.it r, of the two Advisers to th* Daily Bread." The Chairman will delegation are expected to return be Mr. A. DcL. bnlss, Viceh>tt.JjJatSgsisfisfc OW kfi n i %  HmI n f ihe V V C A The Mr. Walcolt has stayed over in K*wi,i 0, bc ,h ,o %  £££ %  In," th.u s. A _j*-s u *%-3;: special prayer, will bo oflorod far hil" S'aSSSI L V^.ll W.C thai he would summon i White's Office uud • Mr. Grannum and Id that they were Trevor the molion that day. so that if it k m (f A tv Ms Hc M id dence aboul the .——— %  -II -ualMa •!••• aniMniiu •*!* 111111 . *• —ilflWIT at the In Ihe rlahl poekel Bourne wh.1 wa. foun.1 nflle bOOk. There was also a £ ,,.„, wll(U letter which opened with Hello Ij.yne ." While rf the postal .; ( orders were his PJ^P" 1 **" 1 *^' Alxut ISO o'clock, a r.praenta h ot from the office a long tim< Uvp of |h| B W1A arrived witl ipportcd the motion when it was SO. airmails. There were four bag' hrought forwarci on other occasInspector Bourne drew his at(mP I111(H ^j. flom Jamaica, 11I1( Ions and he would not do so now tent ion to the date June £, is-au frtim ije,,,),^,, u „d iwo heav; The history of this back pay was and marked Elaine Robinson^ lie oncf flom i^ n ,i, (n They chwkwell known: It started nearly two said that |ust as he got Ihe thing* ,,,, tnc imul ulld f„ UI „i them to l>. in the valise (pointing out a valise ntai .|. || r esrrtsd the two small to themt he had got the ones losr were looking al. pared to support the motion. Mr. Gale said that he had not .iiago when the Vestry met id raised the salaries of their employees. It was definitely staled road signals. -*HE SIBJECT of the 'Week of Prayer and World Fellowship" of the Y. MCA for lo-da> .vill be "Give Us This Day Our one majority of the Vestr> lhg at" 10.30 o'clock Saturday that the salaries would start at a morning and thought it was too certain dale. When the question of short a notice for such an Imback pay came up It was pointed portant meeting. out lhat the Vestry had no power Mr. Symsaends expressed regret to pay back_ pay and therefore ..t the shortness of the notice and Ihe inconvenience he might h_-e caused members. They would rer ember, however, he said, that a week ago when a heavy rainfall had most likely been the cause oi i.ot getting a quorum to dlscuis his motion, the Churchwarden ha,, .(Mililv agreed to a request by him i meeting rould not entertain it. try made no promise would pay back pay H vote for the motion and was absolutely opposed to it Mr. Trevor Bowring begged t< support Mr. Gale very strongly. Valiie Searched They searched ihe valise which ontalncd some post cards ddressed to Canada and else. %  htre. He kept the tWngs and Unit they produced Ihem to the I eon Id not Magistrate Later In the day they, lock it because he did not I I."!. S l,v James. Clarke a scavthe key wilh him and beside: parcels and St. Clair Whll Com ad ( link.< . h ( mie of the big paicels He accompanied Ihem to the circulation department where small packet, stored. The foui packets were put ID Ins ciipltoord. He closed the di-or after he had put m the ps> ksb. but he did not did not ha Sj HIJMBER Cycle Paris. THESE SPARES INCLUDE: BACK STAYS CONES and NUTS CENTRE BEARINGS WHEEL AXLES BRAKE GUIDES BEARINGS BALL CABLES GEAR CASES MUDGUARDS FREE WHEELS CROWN RACES COTTER PINS BRAKE TUBES REFLECTORS CHAIN ADJUSTERS CHAIN WHEELS Dozens II in FOB I.I North and South Amer:ca. WOUNDING COSTS £2 A FINE of 40/and 1/costs lo be paid In 14 days or in default one month'* imprisonment with hard labour was imposed by His n day on Village. Herbert was found guilty wounding (.wenneth Gilkes October 28. "Gascogne" Calls Today Only three passengers Mr H A. Talma yesterho**" 1 w 1 l,h Mc f mita Herbert of Eckstein *> A "d.. to sal On Saturday morning when he had not received a notice, he •phoned the Vestry clerk who Informed him that the Churchwarden had given him instruction-* not to send out the notice. He considered this very discourteous and got in touch wilh thr Churchwarden. Th St. Martin's In Gala Mood audited bv James Clarke eoger, carried out a search In th; pit which waa In White's ihey took letters out of the pit lie beginning of one of them re* Dear Sybil". When the things were taker fn.m the pit, White wa* present ken out, Offle Thompson. UUsi Depose and his wife were ali-o L resent. The things from the pll were taken to the Colonial POSlPEOPLE. old and young, were „ 1—wr dancing the bote. rhumba, Jive Q^ j unc 21 he saw Mrs Sybi and fox trot at St. Martin's Boys' s ,. a i, ,„ pierhead Lane and she ChurchSchool .><£>*£,_ Thf^ ,;*'_' handi-d an airmail lettn i him ri ^ym sstrsnS5 ssftS-ssrs s^ £ %  =- "AdvoFINED IS'the Gascoone when the cstS" checked yesterday. The Gasrnane is expccled lo ar.ive in iorl about 2 o'clock tin* ning from Trinidad and will be meeting forced to lake the present extraordinary step. Th.v had a parochial service with a system of grades and promotion, said Mr. Symmonds, and 'le'.iv.ng shortly after_ for Enkhmd |j£J^"^3i tned ", reputation for the peopl via Martinique. It will also be takm mrh wa5 the envy of the entire Joseph Uatsuii of Porris Gap ing passengers from Barbados for UUrK |_ i t was known that fairwas i.ned 15'lo be paid in 14 Martinique pUy was £lV en to their employdays or one month's imprisonment 0 rr t day> the Tj U tch passenger That day they had %  "<*£*•" bj HI 11. A. Talma for assaulting if y WHl/mstad, consigned to Hinity to Ireat all their employees PoliM ConsUhta tTI Uoncl BurMgaVs, S P. Musson, Son ft Co.. ln hc '*' nc ,J? t a !" C r h(1 vestrv thev ton on October 28 .jj , a i.„ .xptctSd to arrive ^JS^LS^tSSStJTSSZ TOMORRUW Other passenger ships on the of reviewing any matter in a cnim THE Ladu Nelson \-ill be orrivU.K.—West Indies run scheduled and impartial way. He was thereing at Barbados at daybreak tou> make calls at Barbados during fore making his moUon with every morrow, Messrs Gardiner Austin ibis month are the S.S. Bonaire confidence that members wouifl L Co.. Ltd., told the "Advocate" which Is coming from Dover on give it the consideration it Ucyestsrday. The Nelson Is bringing November 27 and the Gol/lfo which served. "cargo and passengers from Canads is expected from England on NoMr Mottley seconded the rnovia the British Northern Islands, vember 23. The Bonaire Is contion. He said that Ihe amount of It is scheduled to leave Bridge.signed to Messrs S. P. Musson. monev proposed by Mr, symtown the same night for British JSon 4 Co., Ltd., while the Gol/tlo'i monds for Ihe purpose intended Guiana vi. St Vincent, Grenadaiigents are Messrs Wilkinson & had also been mentioned by him and Trinidad flrlaynss Co.. Ltd. at one time In the Vestry, and he social entertainment for the St Martin's Festival. The St Martin's Festival began ,.n Saturday and will continue .III Sunday. It Is particular y PILES Sufferers from the maddening irntatios, S[ the exhausting, agoni-arg pain caused by J piles—do not wait until piles (bjemor\ rhoidsl reach such a tenible stata that a ,* serious operation oiay be necessax7. Ask your chemist all about this special remedy. He knows the ingredients from which das Isssxpeoaive and scientific remedy is %  tads. He can show you. too, the special ausplicaaot fixsd to each tube of Man Zan, which makes the use of this soothing, h—lif sssfass* so clean and simple. Maa Zaa la aa ordissuy oiataatoL It la prtaared for ass parses* aoly T o aod UM irritatsse, alUy the HsSsS S SSsS S and lldsiMly banish pile*. Frost the my Srst application you feel (be imtaUoo sod inflammation ending, and if yoa will only SSBsSSSSS. never more will you be tortured with the agaay of pikss, m I Man Zan Pile Remedy is sold by ttisaishi ererrwhere, incioding special SSSSSS aapbaunr. Remember the name •f this BSteadid remedy ManZan PILE.REMEDY 1 St Philip Rev. H. V. Armstrong, Vicar Of St. MHrtin's. who was recently appointed Rector of St Philip's Church, told the Advocafe that this was the fourth year that the Festival has taken place It takes the form of a social entertainment for the people of St. Philip and services are also held. and Mrs. Tudor In the valise he found •> uuantity of post cards addressci to people abroad which appai ently never had been poau-i found an invoice > lie mt ; Those who attended jumped and lived as the Police Band playe. Each $8.91 a S10.33 HAND PAINTED TIES with .poctal daalana. Each S2.2S TOOTAL TIES lor Boy.. Smart dagin. and Attractiv. Colouring.. Each 83c. TREE DECORATIONS (Lovtlr AawM-tmanll TINSEL. COBO TAO JACK riOST. BALLOONS. HAND PAINTED TIES lor Boya In Tory Attractl.a Daaiqna. Each 90c. XBIM Wranplag Pap. Xi. XMUU ('.rate la rteu. Xmaa rarda (Laoal Vlawa)



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TI l>n\V NOVEMBER 14. ItSO BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. gjgt PAGK SFVf.N TELOHOHl MM D1U> %  STYDAVID Lai* op-M|, lea***.** *l*l. Ctt. vnttrdl) funeral will Wave KM late r*aaa> IlonnrM BrinonHill nt 4M pin luav Sot the BflmonT Brethren MiaaUwi. Bead, tl Mhi*l and thenc. i* th* weatbury Cti w i u) Pnerwta and ass aaked lo extend thi. Etato Idey 'u"i-i ru.tece and PrnB SMry Naval Mil*—m THANKS W* the urderaagned through thu m fileneV who attended lit* funeral Cleopatra Yard*, anil wreatna. and any Way **p*****d thetr avmpethv lo u. in our reretit bffammmi Dudley Y.W H.iaba<.di painter. Kretha. Ban. Pl iD*uWii K,kt iH IN MEMOtUAM In loving mnitocv of our < %  **• htlmrd ont. Aie.itr— Wood. who departed thl Ufa on 'pth November. IBU Hear la lha gi*vc In arhtch ah* la laid Dear % %  lha mamortn that MMI ahall Sad* •aaat la the hop* thai again we i Kneeling together -t Jreu*' (eel. Mm Lilian Amy. MM Millirent Brethwaite 'daughter* i. Dotridge Wood l Klleeii Wood id>ught*i-in-lawi. Mra. G Olllani •! %  uid-daughier-. 0 fraud* an. 1 irMl-iiinM. ii i: ' I In BMXierv of out dear mother E Want |H ,, Kovmbar 13. MM Gone but not lorgolicn God be *llh jou nil r men ng.ln By Hla eounarla guide uphold >ou Wtth Ha .heep aerurelv lo4d you .. ltd you (111 we meet again Kudo Una. Ala, la. Dorothy. Marian I Trinidad'. David. I ivUtteUMM • %  MIL Bjrtav ilU..b*nd'. Mr %  I Mr* Mi %  ,. \lr i ou sin; AUTOMOTIVE CAH—On* IBM Hlllm* II CAM New Standard Vanguard ,1-tr. Cara and New Vanguaid 1 ukii. foicfc K*r*il*nl Value. Ptwne OH lOT %  d-mertatratlon. Che I *a Garage ilVl.i.i Pir^f..!.! Street 14 II ONE Wandaid o-po.ii MoaKl %  h.p. .cater Motor Car No reaaonoWe oft* ''Vlu^tiENgrlAI. AOENCY CO B"do*< LTD 14 II mil 111 Phone 4*1 rasoVUKMil-RK PfJMMIIURBNew and gi-ed claaa r"cond-hand furniture in Mat.ooan,. Birch and Pin*, large variety at Ralph Ueard'a Show Hoomr Hardwood All'. iQppo'it* U* Cathedral', open dailv: a am to 4 p in Phono *SB3 %  II So-dn MECHANICAL I'lHIH Millie BRAMBLEY WaWrfard Oi.,. chavl Prom November I.I. (ullv fan lahed rraidenr* Fne par*-ruler.. Phfn* THE PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF BARBADOS Member* are aikrd lo not* that lha *£. Putty furs lahed and equipped' taanaU General Meeuni will be hold I f"* !" "*" **• bathlauj Private i the YM.C.A. on Thurrda, November Coo*. Butler available Tal ai-M Appointment to vu bom To retei and Am %  jaajaaa F-inantial Slalcment | ISPUIANEA — Hi AOatHKA PO taw r aaj 11.^ ftaBalk H A MAW. IZA Hilt, %  %  aa Coaat >hoi SJTSr., iK. IUeU>UHBD UFwTAIRs ri^T-rroi* H PYaaabat. 1M0. at BRlARTinoi Collrmora Rock Pnonr z*rt m awnfovravi no Annual Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition NOTICE He-CLOSIMO OF BBSTRUB* DKIaion 1 — CATTLE Entrance Pa* I par eihibit **o*vt Iho** %  Irttlli ownad and awhlblted bf Peeaanta tn Claaa n Enuaneo re 1/par exhibit. D.M.U.I, 3 — SWIN* EnBanc* Pee 1/par eahlblt. NUTX-Th* above mine, will rhwa I not later than pm, on Prtday. iTih November, ltd*, al the Seeiw I Ury'a OfAcaw M aewa Bov*U A Bkrat* Butldiiia, IAICOB Street Dttnoon 4 GOATS A SHEKP %  ntrance Pa* I per aahibn %  awaSI irmac anhnala owned and aahiblied by PLAT—Small ronuTortable unfurnlahe Plat at Hlrfccat* Houa*. St. Michael Varamt now Par further particular^ pawn* 4SM. WUklnaen llayne. Ca Ltd Offtce T II %  *— t f.n HOUSat ill Double tool board aid ahtrurled houw attuated In White Hall main Road Apply Mra R H v-d, prenuaai Land ran be r*n'-4 Ii II --n ROOI Mttlnf Iboardr on SEA. 1 -iltable fDr yonnaj rukiple | Apply: Ca.uarlna Club. T, Two large lintiahed na-laaa. with or without hit I'Liam-hntemia Clai %  arUona t n.'.ile. Utar than 4 p November ItM. -rt..e. Mean* 1 1.-.>a. Street Divlaton • FOUUTRY me* PM 1/par *ahibn %  aawtsjaj M Dlvlakan will cloae no-. n on Friday. *4tn at th* Secret*-•• -ell at Skoaa* BuiklKf. %  lnsld entrlaa mak. and ihre. V%  *• BMJ| ""MM BMUaaja Rule No ahlblta OFFICIAL NOTICE llAJaBADOS. P.' THX ASSISTANT COl-RT or APPKAl. 'Rtultable Juried let ton i VA1-DP.MAR LAVD4GTON McCliAN Plalntl" AMB\' AMELIA *T CI-A1H AlXAh Dele—I.m Dl pur.uancr ol an Order in thin i the above at-UOd made nn |h day of October I Pen I live SOI lit thla M* Pawla. Turkaya. Duck, and Rabbit* H entrlaa tDMBt b* Baada on Hie anroved lorm ol th* Barbedoa Po.uw* Aeaoei a t,on. and bo rant together wl|h the necaaaary leva to Mr O C Cotbm. ( a Hitrnway. A Tranapart OtBce. -. u t Uter than J p m on Thureda> Ht*l. Win ember ISM. UivtaTOn t — PIOBOHS Entrance Pa* 1/. par „ h ibi! All entiara | n tnU !>,„„„„ muM n. adeon Ihe approved form ol Ihv B.^rb.,. jreUier with the nn im fa*, n, air rielda. C/o Central Foundry LW. Head not Utar than 3pm in Thursday, rath November. 1U0 Cntrira Irai eahlbltora conaent to the the Show and of lha Sawbadoi Aaaociation N B —LATP fwmrm u KfItECEIVED October II lareat in or any laeiUur All that 'I of Xaaid attnate the aald pailah ol Saint Pater and ••• land aforeaald (ontalnlna U. admeaaure. n.*iit twenty perrhei by ihe eame. more or toaa buUInf and bmaradiiuj on landnew or late of one Archer, on land. ne or la l* ol one Porata and on AH-IL.-H ,or tat* of one Fide and on Arehara Lane aforeaald or however alar lha aam* may butt aad bound To brine brfm KUinbrar.t with their wtlneaaei. docummih vuehar*. to be •sammed by m* .". fuaadav. or FTtday betwron inr I lha OfBce Poulb?y NOT. *F| th* Cl*rh ol il al thbaaar* the NEW VALKYRIE nlCYCLOBar. hlpmeil ol Ulcycle J^Ha. T.n Tube* r.t bargain pfWd*. Lome a %  .., ntr" %  is"' 1 Pinfold l4 POULTRY MISCELLANEOUS R Pt-TTHKIN •prrrtary NOTICE THE PAR4SR OF ST. 1.1m Ura*I AppUcatlora far one ar more vacant i and y* RXhlblllora. for the Cokerlda:* a P"! I ""'Pol Will be received, fey the under LW ••*"*!, up lo NovepUker Mm. IBfdlT^ -1 i Application forma a .aa full partkrvilar i 1 ** obtained at the Parochial Treaa> Orrice a.iTIiul Tuevday, 10 00 to JIW Thiifad.m io Oo to IM a m SatinCay. IP 00 to I1M Noon. Ci 51 CORBIN. Parochial Treaaurer •.lia*-4n Court Houee. Btid|eti %  Hh day ol December 1*. in moe. thai aueh alaima may be ranked BOcerdlrui to the nature, and priority lhareof r*apactlv*ly: olherwiae aurh paraona will ba precluded from th* fa an ad t of th* aald Decree, and be deprived of all claim on or afmtnet the v>Id property Clarmanta are alao notUtod that trjt. murt attend lb* aald Court on Wednei day. the BKh day of Decernber IMu. it 10 o'clock am when Iheli aald claim" will be ranked Olven under my hand thla Mil day ol October ISM I. V GILKES A CUrk ol the Aiilatanl Court of Appeal IS 10 90—0n BUGGY AND HA HNESS—Buddy with wheel* pood, alldht r*palr U, topw %  I i..,r,.e-a In iood order no IBMIMIlBIl nfler refused. Apply to Other B ror c Mlddleton. HI Geofd* II.1LW—anNOTICE JI I GALVANIZED PD?ES l 4". J and ialo salewnuad aheeta 1ft anl Ml tonith* Enduire Auto Company, Trafaujar Street Phono IB.' Apply u. W Georav AND CARTIn good conraaaoraable offer refua.il to Other E Porda. Mlddlalo.. HlimEJUSED COATS-I' mvellliul wa have a an* a beiur quality niboertahad e for aprlnf and ddflr. Italy wh delachable hood 110.00 **rh. Modern Drew Shoppe. Broad Btrrt i H •tllAMIHHl Woull a nK*> Shampoo lhai leiivea !" i ...ft. dloary nd Iniuht Then tr; ..1 llubbanl RnlftilVt Lid. Pi-e dl IB opl -I1W R IIASTItKAINCOATS BjrdaU* .n ljdiea' ria-Ur Raincoat* fat 40 each Plaatlc Head TicIn ApaerMd t^Olotira %  M. epeh. The Modern Dreai Shoppe. Broad st.ael. S.ll.tfr-fa. in alock Harriet Mukbar. Aver Skin Lotion which l> a non-drylnd repdwnar fr -n Ivpe* i>r ah I ..idin refinliur the i-m KNIGHTS LTD llll 90—In W* ala.i haaw Harriet lliibbard Ayer nita*". • foundation lotion for Hie ullv oi *hin> akin, In aborted ahadea Pi tec 1140 bot.-KNIGHT H LTD. II 11 IS-On WANTEEf HELP RARRADOa COTTON ROW|M AXROCIATaON IfMCI Meeabera are notified thai the 0th Annual Oeneral Meetini of the Wen Indian Sea Uland Cotton AwnclaUon line %  will be haU al Queer,'* Park Houaa on Friday ITth mat. at P.U am. and ar* invlled to attend the opeiurar meetlnd when HI. Eirellenry the Goternar will te p re aanl and five an add re a, wekomlr^ th* vuallnc deleantra All nitriei. ISM. at p-m. ALJTHAT nea-ap or aim* known aa No. 44 Swan Mrret. brUwi a three %  Mr** biiiMliul atandmf on 1.SBU aqnarc fert of land and abuttlraf on Swan street and Bollon UM Toother *"<*> ""• Goodwill and .t.k In trad* of the budn'B known aa th* "Supply Bterea" carried on In ire fround B.-.r of the apkl bulldlna;. For lupNUan and further particular* apply to the Uenarjcr ol the Suppl. %  MBS < OTTIX CATFORD A CO MISCELLANEOUS Bicycle auil 1140 11.1110 tlr BtlXCS All klnda of Card Board Boaj other than corrudated card. AppO* Advocate Binding Dapt llnlf fiepl M 10 M I PAIINO urrsT Mr* ROnE. MnuApr Houer. Marlm Garden* would like paying gueat rharmlng houa* and garden S4 brcakfa.t and tea SIM other n.e.li when required. Telephone STM One Lightning CoedHirtm II ALEXANDRA SCHOOL WANTFH May ISM. an A. lanl Mi.tren teach one or nun..f the following: I. I^ltn. French. Spanish. >UtheSalary, according to qualiflra %  I i f.T Secondary ... Application*, alat ng qualiflcaliona and %  Ublecta offeied. and accompanied by teatimonlala. muat reach the Headmla tnas n*4 later than February ISlh ii 11*0—an I win aell by Public CompetiUon .i my % % %  %  < %  VICTORIA ffTRatrr. fj PR1DAY ITUl St S p.m. SMO aq ft. land at Chaddlrton Road Be I moot DiatrM-t with board and thlngl* houae ronUlnlng open gaakary. 1 dde n drawnut. dining 1 be dr oo m a -A ie ua l out .^P'e. for inepeclion and rondltlona of apply Dial 3S4T V ARCHER McKENZlE 14 ll.SS-dn REAL ESTATE BUNGALOW At Brighton. Black Rock. Jiut completed and atandlng on 7.2*1 aqiiare feet of land with right ol way to aaa. 1 atodrooma. Tiled Batn and M—lem Kitchenette Oeriage and Scrvnl'a Ouarten Apply HUTCH(NSON A HANI IE1.Li Phon* 4341 S II -4n OFFICIAL SALE BARBADOS IN TTTE; ASSISTANT COURT OF APPFAI. iEquitable Jurladiclioti VALDEMAH IJlVlNClltiN M.-.1J \S "' Appeal dated th* lllh day of October ISSO there will be u up for atk* lo ihe hldheal bidder al the Office of lha C1*rk of Ihe Aaalrtanl Court .•' Appeal at the Court Houae Bridg.-io-i. 14 W itnesses Give Evidence • ftaapace S floor. Ii wag iom a ni noUimc wg m it In[>e>cior Bout •tKrWdd him BIMM aTtatfas Whi.'l h*Kl been found al White's rajs)rtenre He nhowed him someclir. leal Ihernumteirrs I'ht-rmaneU'i-%, and Intrannit mall, had bcrn mating Irom the Pom office lie was also shown four lest! %  .. which had been riveted on to in-ill bags He Braai t rt Carrington'g Vtlter at White'-i home and saw Its Police clean off postal letters. Inspector Bourne siked i ,people of the house if they harJ thrown aii.v ol the postal article in the pit. but thev said Usr" had not Clarke then gave evklsnce t corroborate evidence which h. i been given already about Uw search m White't drawer at ihd Pots Oflkt Mr Henrv ArmttrnnK. Qolomal Pnstntiister naid that on JUlN 10. Mr. Hobert Clarke was on special duty. Clurke lelephon-. him about 4 15 pj .luTel\ OfttlW) M Hal Pi Clutc look Un Into the ladiei t'-il**' .iriil nhowcil him a Ian? which M.IN t He wei [^.,i PuhVe Station on June 11 and Inspector Bourne shotrntd him i quantity * postal •JrliOMM Article-. IdcntiTied Alter ulentifying certain puSMl ti.le* which had been missing. Mr. Armstrong said that on June 12 he went in the circulation branch and was shown a bunch of letters under a tray with prin*. ed matter and nearby was a small %  nail Airmail letters had nn %  ng in the circulatim branch, only newspapers and ottK* itch printed m. He ilun id.-nlilled certain artlles which the police had founrl at White's home and which haa been it.transit for St l.uika anii had been missing Kenneth Pile and KenneiA Springer, two clerks ol the Pott Dfl iroboraled the .-\ i.lon,, of the Postmaster about the sir* I letters being with the printed matter. Kenneth Lewis, another eleri-;. id that on June 10 he had be*. orking at the OfficrShortly before 4 p.in in the Indies' toilet saw some paper other thir> toilet paper in the toilet bowl When he was in the Public Build, ngs* Yard. Mr Clarke called hin ind showed him an envelope in :he toilet Mr Clarke afterwardtelephoned for the Postmaster nn I the police. Joseph Brewster -^m that bile ft Barbados on April 23. 1841 ri went to Bermuda to work I? m < Bermuda at Mabel Breweter On \ Juno 5. Itafi he pogteel a reglsier*.i i.iv wife It contain*.! I a u.i letters for t* 10s. He kep: | the couTnertoil. \: ihe Lourt he prndueetl the tei-eipts he got rrorn the PeaM %  I Bermudo Alistair Hirt.-hinaran. elerk employed by BVWJ A .aui that on June 10 he delivered four asgCatt M of mall al the Post Office. The case was then adjourned until to-day '-*.-e*-*--,*,*,*,* # ',-,V. BrdVU. HVa FLASH Your OdVe Diary. lv.au Lai Dtor>'. Eiaagu ml Cat*Prafaaaiaiail Dlartoa n.r ; • iota faa alao have f| nva CVe> vau will like •OBNWV* UTATIONEltV The Old Time (.old Leaf Ware U here again al JOHNSONS llARinVAI.r 01II HAKRISOMAN SaHIETV %  MeetitiK of uM OM Bi ui llarriton College un C W#xlnesdo\. 15th Novem\ her SHIPPING NOTICES 0t 4 4a p l AGENDA To ISC He 1 1 PI Statement. To appoit.t an Secretary Gfneral Business S GITTKNS Hon Sec IA DO YOU WANT TO WIN $100 FOR XMAS? High School %  valuiv.rt OcUiber .... i -' PM rjgBSBdl ubadoa > lulled, hard Sraaen an Cargo g*a*t> t aa on •all* Fraemai let ite S*(>t*ml>i -' %  Davot ample apace r I general carg. %  l, :.>.* % %  Lin. I at T Mad lor farther yartk-ulara appi. It'llNISS WITHY t Co Ltd TRINIDAD. H W 1 A DA COSTA Co BARBADOS. %  W I AtaNTS %  ilarshlp tunrt to %  %  neo. ^trn'^ i | ring al 5 p-m T/cdncsday 20th December Tlkeis obtainable from any pupil. LiceTKiI drawing grantiii ta kirl nennissinn of the CommisMonei .if Police repf Cargo and n.W.I. Schooner try. new. Assoelallon Inc. V 9M llKlf 4-Oi -rt.in VlffNI" %  rr-Mti: STKAMLIl CANADIAN SLKVI.l. .ol TNBOl ND Name of Ship %  AlfOA PARTNtlt ALCOA PEGASUS %  AltVXfA POLARDs Maaltral %  Novembn I Hovemler J Balll.a Itarhade* %  %  %  --.ember 1*1 November l.tih Nuvembar El Novomber .-fth D.*embet ll| Mil. I II". H Nil THANI'SSALE I'ltiMi. \VM HINKV snti IT DIAL SIN tl.WY AI.LI'KING OaVPBU AUAITINC; \ J i-.-' Spring. •. ire aald board and galililnd eho| Cave mil. at. MichaeL Dated thla lot" d> %  •* November. l*i %  T A M.-l JttU Pan Pollc* Maglalrate. Dtatrlil A" SSg-WYN AIJeTYNP AppNca-i N B Tin* apiil-atlon will he eonaiiir I a' ti l.icerialng Court to he hel.l %  Fullee Court. Ugt the clock, of Noi mbei MM GOVERNMENT NOTICES AFFIXATIONS FROM WOMEN FOR TRAINING AS Mill WIVES AT THE MATERNITY TRAINING HOSPITAL Applications are and 30 for training as Hospital. The course of training will extend ovvi will start early in February. ISS1. Selected applicants will receive %  training allowance of $14 Ml vited from women between the ages of 1J) nd wives nt the Barbados Maternity Training i period of 18 month" i pa* riti, Applications should be addressed to the Matron. Maternity Hospital. Bank Hall. St. Michael, and should be submitted not lster than .he 30th of November. 1BS0. 14.11.50.—3r. "ROCK DUNDO"—Slluate at Cav* HIH SI Michael, with approkimately M Acrea of Land. CmanaUng of SO Arable Acrea and 11 Acrea In Boor Oiaaa and Boede The Arable Acreage la aa follow* %  Plant and Ratoon Can** M Preparation 0 the Hau** eonlama tbra* bedrooma. toilet and bath, drawing and dining roomi. librnry. Qfgee, ckaaad gallery %  -I kllcnan Servant* roini gar|g> %  nd other out bulldlnga. two concrete rain water tanke with a capacity of M.SM gallona let ti le light and Company** Water Thra* ml lea out ol town, bm aarvtea. Bkdtobla far Dairy or Development Inapaclion Tueeday* and Tnuradaya U noon to 4 p m. Offer, for above will be received in writing by Colin P B Seal*. Boveli A Skrate. Luc. WANTED -•"* reaz* By tl mchgel Veatry of Ihe Pariah of St Klchael UndeT the aufhortty of the St Mtrhael'a Pariah Loan Act IBM '1S4B—Ml. Th* Veatry dealt* lo borrow from inperaon or peraona. bodlea potlllc or corporate willing lo lend Uie aame. I turn of money not evceedlng Thouaa.ul Fh-e Hundred Pounda Iwlng port ol gllOOfi ..ulhori. lha *ald Act. al a rat* of Int exceeding four pounda per c*i THE CAHDE-N IIOtrfP 1*1* raaldenc* ol Hon. H Challenor. wrth %  acre, i perehaai of land Mluato at Own try Road Bridgetown The dwelling houa* a araa lr *. apaclou* Drawing and Dndng Itoaato, Bntim. room*. Break faM nMH Kitchen on Marn floor (•ihrooma £S.BMi. "o"enm*n' w*M*r and %  a under I throughout a aananto roenia. garagn *r*at not -Oibla. etc in yard Tennla Lawn and .turn par beautiful garden*. I Iraapactlon at any time aa eewhtcall.": in •a tendering muat elate Ihe mini. tbe caretaker on th* pr*eali n ite of InTered the* are prepared Thla properly la wtahba I ridawtoa n lk Prior eofuidrraUoa will be ; "-", nm-.i street .eta at Ihe moat favourable Offer* In writing to be aanl lo ihe under*! gned v^AJtwooe, a gtm-o Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order. 1950. No 36 which will be publhhed in the Official Gazette of Monday 13th November. 1950. 1. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selllng prices of "Sardines In Oil" (j Other Brands are as follows Sardines in Oil:— (e( Other Brands RETAIL WaotElAXE P*ICE PKICE ( %  more than) (not snor than) $14.20 IKT case of 100 tins of H ozs. or si 80 per 12 tins. Ilk tl per 3| t (h) the Hants "Sardines in Tomato Sauce" and "Sardl Smoked In Oil" have been deleted in its entiret> fum the Control of Price-(Defence) (Amendment) Order, IM0, No 23 10th November. 1950. u n.60.—2n SACUENAY TERMINALS SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS From Montreal, St. John, N.B., Hnlifnx, N.S. To Barbados, Trinidad. rVmcr-tfi. B.C.. tlh Dr. Ith l*e. /u.l Jan "LANTATIONS LIMITED— >>c*nli SflGUENflV TERMINALS lli:Ki: IS AN tSSKNTlAI ITFM KVFRV MOTOKINI ii**i i t n \\i IX HIS rtHII. KIT ;'.:'.'.'. %  iV//e-j A KINEX TOWING BRIDLE I ol s break d %  I of Petrol luat hlUh It to vu i easily be towed .Ifao ArailahhMARBLES and PISTOLS with (APS ROBERTS A CO.—DIAL 3301— Hiih Street CHRISTMAS IS FAST AIM'ROAI HINfi — ftnd w bars XMAS CRACKERS. XMAS TREES, TOYS. Coma in oarly and aelecl fours THE II.MIIII EMI'OHU .'. I (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. Frapitolora) Corn*r of Broad and Tudor Streets. CELLULOID in SHEETS .'. ins I ins y,v/,',w/,v/,v.w.w/*vrto'-' /.W/.V/-V//.V/'//'/. STEEL WIRE BRUSHES \l JH llliil **!li* Inr am m.kr \iitn |i.rl -•• V r i 111 probably ligv* It m 1 ECKSTEIN BROTHERS HAT STHKeT DIAL I '' % %  BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY LTD. NOTICE As the Manufa< turera hsvr decided thai repairs iw one of •UT Kngines can no lo* and -1 p m. until further notloo. V. Ml I II Oeneral Manager 'e'e*e'e->--*e'e*e'e*e'*'-*e fe->C*e'e VO'e'.'efe'e We'e'e****** 1 'e-Ve'eO'-V-.'.'-O'MURK'S NEWS!! THIS AOVI.KTISIMI M is \ni>Ki;ssii i \( II irVELV TO WiiMI \ tntereat li pa>wble on the SBOa dap al I June each year Theprinripil of thla loan Ireparrabi* in twenty 1SB1 annual lnatalmenta of COOS earh Th* fleet InaSalrrienl nf thla lert of the U-tn 1. payable on Ihe MUt da* of June. 1S9B ftoaled offerir> uTitmg manBgd O*) thO envelope orilS UR LOAM BI i.'.la*will I^ rerelveal hy Ui* Clerk rtock none, on M o n day Uw Both dm f Nov*irb*r, it*w 4 CHARLES McENEARNEY & CO. LTD. L. .-.:::vss.v.v.::::::: wm. mim LTD. hui received nnolher *>lii|>ment o( DRESS MATERIALS whirl) you ought to last, Superb Quiilnv Fibril II exquisite Shades and Colour> Combination tu exnif :li


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Tur.d... \ivrnbrr I I 19 5* Sarbabus Itiuorate Prlssi %  IV1 < gPJTf '• %  or S .1 LHASA REPORTED ^ CHINESE VIANDS U.N. GETS TIBET Kingston: VV ickei lest City On Earth Says Bishop (From Our Own Corre? jondeut). KINGSTON, Jamil* Nnv 13 jyjEMORIES of the period when Port Royal was called the wickedest spot on the earth were brought back to Jamaica on Sunday night when preaching at a leading Kingston Church, His Lord ship Percival Gibson. Bishop of Kingston, said that Kingston was one of the wickedest cities on the earth. Mr.WebbDrtes Not Know LONDON, Nov 13 Foil M.ihir, Maurice Webb said in ihi' House of Commons today he could not SB) A ti N Nabarro as lo when moot shipments from Argentina would be resumed. Nabarro said "Does the Mini:' thai mutton shipments from the Argentine are no V grav. diced by the i.n-t that wool clipped off live sheep's buck Is worth (our limes the value and will he lake steps with a view to ensuring the continuity of Argentine mutton liioson said: 'I [inll— of what I am i u oction of Un gallon laughed at this statement and was re tuked bv the Bishop is sonsetnjnsj for 1 must hang our to know we i <•In I' Mid 'bit UM peopb• .. ... told tnotn%  \ ii and the evi• black and IP i Hritain Turns Down Proposals Fo: European Army LONDON. Nov., 13. i tadec s e eg • t a r y replied "l prefer to.make Kn. Devil I M the House of M statement al the present ti as talks are about to proceed again. I cannot say Nabarro's question ta vary balprul." Lieutenant Commander •'• i < Hutchison, Conservative, asked: "Does the Minister realise that while these meat neKotiationa arc being protracted, all kinds of trade and other industries between Argentina and this country are being held up as a consequence and are verv much more important?" To this question Webb made M reply. Replying to a question bv Peter Smithers. Conservative, regarding results of meat negotiations with the Mexican Government in June I9M, Webb said that discussions showed there was little hope In the present state of the Mexican frozen meal industry developing any substantial trade In the near future. —fgets. Jobless Storm B.G. Shipping Offices iFfom Our Own Con*npondat.i C'.KORGETOWN. B.C.. Nov. 13. Despite picket lines outside the main Georgetown dock areas, large numbers of unemployed stormed the shipping offices today for waterfront Jobs. The response to the companies* call for workers over the week-end following the breakdown of negotiations and the resumption of the strike sponsored by UM B.O. Labour Union Water tront Workers section was w good that two strike-bound vessels R.M.NS. Cottua' and ffersiila both loaded cargoes and left port C.N.S. Canadian Cruiser arrived Sunday night and by nightfall Monday, shipping agents reported that tin.. I ffl gangs were busy unloading 285 tons of Christmas cargo but a I third gang was still needed. Discharging of the Booker Urn ss Ainakurs was eonlinuing satisfactorily and the Crafttman which was diverted on Saturday has now been instructed to come on to B.G. Prospects of the resumption <• negotiations between the Union and shipping agents remained gloomy with both sides apparently preparing for a long drawnout strike On the sugar front O.I.W U President. Dr. J P. Lachmansingh to-day announced the end of ihe two-week strike and ordered workers to resume full-time wor* on Tuesday. Floods Threaten Eastern Frunee PARIS, Nov. IS, After 4B hours contbiuous rain, a large area of Eastern France is threatened by flooding of the rivers Rhone. Saone and Commons today Britain was ah], I., accept proposals for a Europe* i Army and a European aUnleler Fh Lirtti | Qovernmcnl could .'. ntutlonal Of Europe, he said. I. to co-op countries i rOpflat> means In* Europe i i ing a debute ihe Council of Europe Qovanunw I %  in* UM HOUBC O ipprovc .i motion noting the proceedings al Strasbourg Da vies said Britain had undertak commitments on a wider ba: than Euro|H.'. through ihe Atlantic Treaty Organisation Turning to functioi of Europe, hi dd Britain considered that the Committee of Ministers should assist co operation between governments 'in spheres not by other bodtOI Da vies said that the Governboon so %  nenthuelaotle towards the COU0" ..1 "because we took a realistic approach \ We approached It with vie of trying to fit the Council n of European coopt ration, oo that K will play ni approprata pari and not engage it* U i iu> laacfully carried ut bv other organisations". DtMN said: "The Council or Europe can bold no monopoly of European co-operation. I think It is necessary to get the Outi.il 01 its riflhl perspective that is to assist co-operation where it can tv> moal effective and most helpful —Renter COMPLAINT KALIMPONO India, 3o. 13. (" %  HINESE LED Tibetan "People's liberation troops" have entered the Tibetan capital Lhasa and hostilities have ceased, according to reliable sources at this Indian border town today. The same sources added that the Tibetan Assembly had accepted Chinese proposals regarding the future status ot the mountain locked state These reports still lack official confirmation. Other reports reaching New Delhi maintained that th-' Chinese forces who entered the country three weeks ago were still 360 miles from the capital. • Thetr report, .nil l.i.-k offklul I cnflrrnnlion oihf I IIHK New Delhi I I lh.u Chinrw force* who enterr.l %  litill S50 mile, from Iht According lo n Kallmpaai Chi i i II tTibel'i daft cmununlcaUoni bul p %  M iiment U.N. Troops Go Forward One Mile %  SWEDEN'S NEW CROWN PI V of Sweden. Sweden's new ( efore the i crashed into it —Reuter BRAZILIAN CONSUL DIES IN GENEVA OENKVA. NOV., 13. Joao Pinto D* Siiva Brastuan Consul Oflncnl in Geneva died here today In Ota* where he bad I 000 under treat. i .1 tlironibosis for the last two months. Dl BIlVO who was 61. had u praaa nt od Ui QOUntfJ at several Inb two sons both in the Bl Itt —ReaU-r 45 PILGRIMS MISSING ROME, Nov. 13. i The Canadian Kmh Issued the names of 45 Canadiaii H !y Year pilgrtms abo.u planf missing on a Home-Paris flahl —Reater. RED CHINA PROMISES AID TO RED KOREA BERLIN, Nov. 13. THE CHINESE COMMUNIST GOVERNMENT in a statement published here to-day s.tikc> to fill the gap. Nearly all the imported Danish whiiki > goes to ScotIt rul when it -ells for ta.25 Uittle The %  %  the ,-it%  nffled. but the Boot*, with %  Bloom v %  D iiiskcy i bitter tban no vhlnkev at all—| N.ft. Deep Gulf Between Yugoslavia And Soviet Union— Say nto DOLLAR AGREEMENT nrASHlNOTOH, HOT 13 An asxcemeni estebUshini i I credil of si2o.tnm.ooo m favour of ..f Argentine banks was iataued here today by the Kxport Iinp-ir: Hank and the I I Hank al Argentina. The credit will be used lo settle I all unpaid commercial dollar i .bligation--Whll The Grenoble electric power' theImpott-CxpoVt beak S inn ind factor] "rare damaged nounced its approval of the credit. V a landslide, —Reuter —Reiitr.-. published here lo-day, that the controversy be'we .-slavia and the Soviel Union was "no family dispi Britain Witt Send An Ambassador To Spain LONDON, N. i:i Britain i u, Had ri Ambassador tn Spain 'in due cour->\ l'"ieign Minister Bevln said today ir. i ntten reply t.. q ii. Parliament, he said: The British Ooverament i i repeatedlj stated their intent! to abide with the decision;, of 'h, .,,,,., Nation. Asaembb SnWraOon in oongeQuenoa of the rate in the Assembly on Novcmlier 4. the BriUnh Government therefore propose in due course to seek an agreement with the Bpenlftfa Ooveminent to appoint an Ambassador ltd." —Neater The 'United S'.i %  ;e* AJrlorce m north-east Ml SM AT ISIT. >l\lll l\ S FKANKFURT. Nov. 13. Marsha] Tito told a correspondent ol Uie West German News Agency D.P.A. in a recent interview at Belgrade veen Yugofanuly dispute but a deep gulf hal Tito sold that Yugo%  d tn support th. United Nations in carrying ieeis|i Korean conflict but added he did MM eOUnt On Yugoslav troops ked to fight iggresson outside .south-east Eurooc. Yugoslav) i would be wll IrgJ ,i i apt (oi Is but would ..ot agree to yolUlcaTly oi economically. •Yuuodavi. "ill DW .MI .ourse In contrast w-th %  reil tape lined .Mir iiiduatnc-i "Yugoslavia want-, i.. to if" %  peoples that it is possible to build a Boa ualsfl with human means." nto daclored tithe est.iblihmem of i. lotions with i an amnesty to*" Dogmas prisoners of war wh< were sentenced In Yugoslavia. There wai no hatren Germany among the populat u a united lN. I IS, K reign lld the House of Coouno that Brii.i inaka hei oonnibutli n to any sincere attempt to negotiate for uie removal ol Ihe underlying ecu— %  of in* present UlteCneUon .a tenetoe Hut tne\ couhi mil' underteJu this after careful preparnlion and in circumstances which pi real opportunit> for them to ci ntitbuie effectively lo Ihe solution of fundamental wcrld pn.blemllS"i\ let iiroponnl tor %  PQUI POWOI %  llcvin said all Ot 'TMinent did it thi Pi • %  i n a Unique was an adequate basis for dealing with these problems led ol I'loposals made befi re i.lld slioUII I" It III. i. N othei oceunylng powers end a'so to the German ]" pie World Peace Btvin said that Hritmn was (unsldering the Soviet < II. consultation with the French a.id United State, %  ; m rn The Flrilish Government had also noted the recent United NaU014 resolution calling on Secuiit/ C'luncil permanent i : meet end gai m problenu lively to threaten wi rid peace Hi'. 1.1 said thai despll StniatlOni by Western powers last liu uie soviet Ctovermnenl had to far failed lo disband Ihi Lai •id in ivll) ermed qu si mill) iry II gam.'.ition which had lieen neated in western (lerrnany n rrvatlvi ild that Uevin'> I I c rninilKh.i the OpOO lUV R'l genr il approval After his main %  itemenl Bevbt replied t* detailed %  New a %  nted not I iih the disarmament of liut how to rearmament 11 > lermei I %  c i ;i %  .%  ii ilia*. Itntain should ll I h tdei gi p .'%  iniuatl %  irTapc<'li/c of the United States and France She Bhotlld put forward nllernative proposal*. iievin replied i myself to Uirew oVfff my tneiirl* i' ky procedure." Bevln amid clu-erv COBtln "I think that the conduct of Ihe l ...t.-.l Si % %  -I other freedom-loving eountrl waj has bxH>ii such. Uiat i i %  deagetroui '<>r tnl country and for Ihe peace of the > %  orld. it we tooli sn) i p to thro' tSem ovei '•—Reuter TOKYO Nations tfOOpS agal dai advanced %  I HI., mile in north M Koran Conununlsti oel m ited t<> Inude floooti Chinese trod) i [clues near 'he Valu Kiver i i ntler Most of the s ri iiuniar end BfUllen Are as Americans utooee Ihe Chongehon River probed forward ii Bom an almost straight line i an ihe weet ooeai a tth Ihe lliitlsh brigade < urUide PnMhOfl ... %  id Bouth Koreene furtnei seat The defence line which linked up week-end same i toward.-. 'ie rltRl %  ii the west %  oei I |u north of t*n .illel In Hie went the AAMHlceri Cavah) driving Eorwi rd honi Chonrehon edvani ad I mligi BoUtll Koreans un,. about 2 miles face o( II untei Btte-cks, io-d iy %  v. rv thm • under niricii south of Toki hen m merineg must back rail northern forces jusi south t the Chogtn reservoir M) InO ,,| M.uwhile the South K< apHnl Division -ark to avoid untcr-attackcd , idle dropping relement, sd Ca tsU to attack supply centos hmO) %  not -rilr ationa and vital In idgeacross Ihe Yalu HJver • About 1.000 Comniuriiot troops arore shol up movl hi t he Western front i.l onll hve infeiioi bridges re p orted lo IKJ still capabli t i .iir> intr heavy ttemk ovei tha raiu iti.ei inn it wiii freese ovei in December. Shooting Stars and Muotongi smld snow D u •iome damage to troop eoneei >ilotB reported %  eelng Br see plosions Kruler TrXI. Tttr ADV1HATF Tlllt Nf.WH Rbi( 1111 Ray or Nlshl %  V llil ADVOCATE PAYR FOH \KI\S. she will station a "tokt I I -i.iiit.o v oAcers • UI r*-ovtsWi • %  Tibetan Ibrces The instil Dalai i-.m.i .n.i P —spiritual heads i i the countrj win lie retain t nss understood, out Chin msss rducalion anil mi % %  '-' and agrarian Mfi Today, however, the Unltwl N rtioni Secretariat Tibet's compbnnt of .i^ressinn by Chinese Comrnwm The complaint addressed to the s..untv Ceunetl wes being nil.l.teil te llienib.-!. .if (il It gave a long history of thi.-iween Chine end) Tibet aid asked the Council to take u-i the (luestion i.f Chinese 11 Renter HRITAIN CALLS UP PILOTS LONDON. Britain is calling up veteran ex-KAF pilots for the new defence OS pansion programme Thesa oldster*, will train younge, pilots. The recruiting age limit his been raised from 31 to 35. Secretary of State fur Air Ar It.ui llaciucmon explulned that It has been decided to re-engage qualified ex-pilot* for fighter, bomber and Hying In H dies ,1... (ed dt be naked 10 -:n for eight years regular serVlCg and four years on tin' PJ.. v.Aixait i.ono met quired immelitely —l-N *. INSURGENTS 130 MrLES FROM CAPITAL HKXAI'l. On the Neualesc Border Nov. is. NeUonallel ineurgenta ere partly in control of the town of Klrulnagar. 130 miles s..othe-t ol lb.i .pit ll Kbatmaudu. a.cordlng tn the laleet fro nt li n e re• It Is the biggest Industrial town in the stale with a population of 25.000. Insurgent columns direct for Khatrnarul I reached a town about 3< —Heater. striking 'xi Btitigfa Caoibfygfta ileleuation which visitishington was told on Nov 9, that the availability of wnrkers from the West Indies would be fully considered |r. meeting the demand. would be reoulred t" deal wit recruitment A GOOD IS PRICELESS!! They weie not given any pre:•.!- ..f the increased if West Indian workers that would be required bul It w^s WI A Indian 'its on this [mint earl/ .n IvSl. The delegation indicated that the. amend U> their ..rnments that In tl • Old *Mgivtbe organisation .vhlcn tlon of an Incraaeod %  W the possibib'^ being me ., t nrt in tl %  would be sympt ined. they wore loM WHETHKK AS A KB8ULT OF STB !>EAl,lNt;S WITH (lUH FFI,l-OVv air.N, ';EUANCE ON ONE'S WORD OK WHETHKK .ML. QUALITY OT PRODUCTS OFKERE:> TO THE PUBLIC ''-> EXACTLY AS THE SUPPLIERS CI AIM FOR THEM K. W. V. vIiK I'HOUI) OF THF BXCKJ KMT Rd iTATION 3NJOYED THROUCHOUT THE WOULD liY THETS vim pnooucTS. "NOTiriNC; BUT THE PRODUCT OF THE "GRAPE ENTERS INTO THE PREPARATION "OF KW.V. WINES". GREAT CARE IS EXERCISED BY K W.V EXPERTS Tn SEE THAT THE WINE STORED IN THE KW.V CELLARS AND THEN BOTTLED FOR EXPORT MAINTAIN THE HIGH QUALITY ON WHICH K W.V REPUTATION IS BUILT YOU CANNOT GET BETTER WINES THAN K. W. V.



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Cafub Calling THIB i* not '• Oper p*PENDING II • Sam Lord's are Mr n Gerald Pumwi -Smith who arrived Irom Trinidad on Dundaj by B.W I.A They were M Saturday ;.l the Church <>f itu Good Shepherd. Tunapun:. Mr Furneos-Smlth Is the son of Sir rncil Fumrss-Smith, Chief JuMiro of Trinidad and Ladv Furne<-Smith The Bride Is the II. R-pscy MM] the Lass Mr Horace Rapscy of Trinidad Sir Ilubeil and Luriy Ranee were among the g'leirts who ;il•-iding With Barclay. Bank A FTER %  month's U i Michael Lnmun n turned to Oeenada feafen noon by H w.i v ii. %  Bank in st. %  One Occiio M RS. STEI-LA oix>Ntneu %  terday morning >>y H 1 A and U slaying IS days at the Ocean Vie* Bha will be ksat %  !v Nelson" to-morrow ei rOUta to Cretiud*, OH %  > Shi Air HOIU-KH on the plan, srhfcta bri UK'II her over WHS her duuajhlT MollThis ami on. i when daughter looan er. instead of the other wa) %  found On Short Viiit M B CHAAUS 14 BN1 %  %  I from Tiiiir (•May l.y 1 W I A At tr meet I .,, MrKm lh whom ha win be vlaylot Ha be here for about I : ia Ihe fi William La ii mid Prefer* Grenada M il ind ttun H A A prefers Grenada They war* staying al 1 Refiirninp Later This Wek M R. ALLAN KINO, I %  tear R w ) A who is on leave, left on BundaJ by B.W.I.A. for Aniigun and will he returning later lb •deompanied by his wife it is Mr.r hli it ive in will be stationed permanently it Sea well Until he %  reread in Harhadu* %  avtral weeks wto Mr King waa stationed in Antigua. With Co-operative Bank A NOTHF.K pawengei arriving on the B.W. I. A. momim flight from Trinidad waa Mr George Radix, *-ho Is with the CoHank In Tnmdnd He U here for about a month's hohdny staying at Super Mure Guest House Thank You M il LEO KAT/. of Port-oi Mjiiai:inr Din i %  exclusive dealers In Men' mg relumed horn* on BUAda) afternoon by B.W I A who has done quite .. bfl 'Ii local nnm thank thrm for Ifa During his slay ban ( % %  !>• lei. Supt. ot Polirr C AKT and Mrs Hll| Michael I morning hy B W I A l %  Mi Capl Ai mtronk's : Matthias, Tt* ilraadi bi rs i shortly be going to th* I*-*;. School Capl Armstn.iu flu perl nten dent In ihe Trlnidud Police Force. Ship-Shape M D HtHIl PHOCTOB Sr:.U.-|| ,,(. i ,. Mr. Errol Steele of "Sli-cliBoa H Stores In Caracas." Bk* over for the mee*. Ml waa here to see about uettmg his house 'Bonnie Dundee' < n "ShipShape 1 condition for when h. returns to Barbados with nil family in February IBM Hi Ihaj] l>e --layniK (or .i\ M %  I months, Cominii And Going*: 1 IdMt Mills of reiurned yeatardai IW.I.A Us pkassBd in* tsasum Jo III the BarcsNk^ Pi—ate I lest prossstrlfean Unfj (A it < %  %  • husband. %  .illy Ann's hi. 1*1 II" V -line. I U rdav morning B W.I.A, From Trinidad It NEIL LAL' representatl' li.'.e-linent nidud arrived from Trlnida. '.'. I A He Is heri four day* and is staying at th run Hotel. Back For Xmat M B. and Mrs. Maurice Jones veaterdny B| Salesman m C and nopes lo be btnk in Barbado> in lime lor Ch' %  •' %  Wins A Doll T ill V W ( A .rid ,i shouli do well from the Children'and Pair which is to be held al Woodiide, Bay Stn-et. pi Daotanbor, Mr*. A W Scott and her helpers are %  tar Bv Fair which would be a treat not only for children but grown-ups %  A doll hai already been raffled 'he Fair Ml W, I. Laurie katrar'i OfnCo Another i...11 will i mini MM F.m art Hit] from Mrs Bit Ida Itendanon ->t New v.,-v. and are IWO of the many gifts seni i.vn hy MtrtW, .Social Welfdre Wirk' r ( BrooUyn Na Yon En Route To B.C. M ISS BITTY CJIINVEE ot Jnmaicii who has been at |Mh( 1 in Ihe U S ,s on her my Guiana for %  holiday. M yesterdnv for a few id an routa SH. anivad via Trtnldad bj B.W i A Week-end Visit M R OBOROB I1KNSON, who %  h H.W.I A. BUUuaiJ temporarily In Grenada, was in Barbados over the Wllll'aPd HO relumed to Greradn yeaterdov temotri B.I 50 Venezuelans Coming Plrl^ .11 be ar* i.'i.i: tron Vanaaualg by H.W.I A i ad io-ra i row It W l.A hava arranged for four special Mights to bring thant "i.i from Trinidad They an aD bravaUlnj <-n r.ickage Trur tickets and will be hen[oi pruxlniatelv one week Returned Yesterday M R ToNV" LEWIS architect returned from his short visit lo Trinidad yesterday morn.ok b) B.W.T.A, Here For Five Days \/\ i! H IB D Ki'L. Direcarrlvad mm Trinidad reetardai I %  K W i % liv is fwra to aboul live days and Is a guest .it u> H %  Kotal M I si>\Y NOVEMBER U, 1M Watch Those Bras. CLl^ELAND. Medically unwise fashions which lead women to the wrong kind of braaalern or fa Isles may also lead them to the operating table with cancer of the hreasi Th* possibility was considered In great detail by the surgeons at the recant annual meeting of the United Slate* Chapter of the International College of Surgeons in Cleveland Or William P Nicholson, Jr I Alia ma. told delegates that *omen might prevent cancer of breast by emptying them ihl> with a oreast pump, ua> proper breast support and %  tuning their babies Dr Nicholson explained that the normal breast of a woman of child-bearing age secreted a little fluid each month at the tune of ovulation and that the use at a pump at such time would keep the ducts clear The discussion of proper breast supports followed Dr. Nicholson's report in which it waa pointed ••ut that 82 per cent erf breast cancer occurs in the upper half of the breast and the majority of all breast cancer occurs In the | upper quarter. Ii was pointed out that bra r sieres or falaies often cut off needed circulation —IN.8 Housevvht>" Guide Prleee for Cucumber* and Pears la the local market when the 'Adv-Bcite'' •keeked es4erda -rr. ( itcumhers R cents per pound Pear* S, 1 and S cense each. B.D.C. RADIO PROGRAMMES 1 am Th. Hm. T IS U> Me*AniiiH. 7 is %  i" Ctaae DawsIS > %  %  >TsM New*. ISlt pm. kfewa AmlN"' ISII pm FnssjssniMS Pn*. IS* p"' fetuuc frcm Grand IWtel. I pm On Job. I IS pm R*4lo NnW. 1 v Tip Top Tun*. %  pm. TH, Nr'I pm HMnr New* I'll! p m aporii Mav>t—. I a* i> RB4IC Ttio-lr. } 4S pm Band* MacPHeeaon %  < th* Ttteatrs Otssn. p Tw News. 4It pm Ths Doily BSwvW 4 II pm CH> %  '( hli 11ii^h*ii. Rtnii!OrchMtrk. S p.m Koi —11 1 "m '" J*rn|roiiUTi> •*iOr. SX* l> W< • p.m. Lettei ham lrrti N nnorSo, 7pm Th# N. %  t.lt pm New,. AuMlymtm, T.lt pjsn Indian Qurtt Nlfhl 7 •* pm Oon Bt-ohlna. %  pm Radio Homt.1 pm UMtod NaUoni Report SSS Compoon ol >• ••*. IS p %  O |oi>. • p.m BBC Midland Light *>i tea. t >0 p.m. MoM the Commonv. IS p.m. Tha New* Ml It p.m TT." Editorial-. 10 1* pm Tip Top Tuno p.m. Report from Hrltatn. It p m Ptaa. AOI Alll IMS tl.\EMA|Mnb.-sOoly) UIIAHI Mm WIIJJAUB \ W.1M \S s Kl I i.fli. riri.r* !• %  .,• -> Vttkl Basmt .l- %  IIO-TI.M.I OS llll MATINFI sriDNsaaai % %  %  m. niOM-UAl a ni.-li.l *,HMT—4kSt Oniatl Oaldwix l*t#wBi K N C H A N T M F N T n DAVID MV1S TF.lir.SA WRIGHT I'l.AZA Theatre-BRIDGSTOWN COtfTH/UIMG if' SHA8B DKIVt: ilh "'"SAjiiS0\ AND IUI.II.MI Calar t Tarhalrotat TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. cV Continuing Indefinitely WED. (3 Shows) 1.30, 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. bill'.fw — all — .. and S.M p.sa. far ITNMI than ar *aaif will aa aald afwr ihal Uaa, PLAZA Theatre aOISTIN "ITS A OsuTAf FWKUNQr *>lth %  •• %  %  MORtl< & MM P.M 'I lilt l\M "iM-iio .".i THI >n.ti'-i a •.* r "IlLKP VALLEY" ana "I WAS I RAMKD" I t l-IMI A 111.. 1 HIS Ml** Lint: de BAISSAl awarded ihe .M rl-K. and ITeneh tYrts ,; tiuerrr. h. h married In Parts War llrrf a Woman Horse." haps the most rasssal ingly human oSocunanl oi the oarstun 0 leading for the finicky It geu right down lo essential* in a way that rips the nerves to ribbons, and leaves the reader sick to death of surh MJpMftiJ occuireiues It is | story of incrcdihlc dishonesty, played againsl a background of luxut <• and f"11 vIn far!, it is the story IS ever Url bar first clumsy theft of a home go to her head. Tomorrow there will also be an analysis of modern trends ha an oanart, ii synopsis of ihe latrat kal theories, jiikcs by %  l.iind-leade-. tricks with bananas. and an account of u new method of growing beet tool In the Egyptian desert. / Only Html To ll.lp *Plli: Hivention of tn ointment J. that will keep you dry In I bath seems to me to raise one ';i two questions Surely it wouid be cheaper to have the bath and eel wet, or not to have the bath i dry. It is reminiscent of the Strabismus electric tire for UN in heat-waves It eannot be turned on, and therefore keeps you cool Another good idea would be an umbrella consisting onlv of o handle, to Da bold up m Una weather. Ant what aboul a solid Ton not holding < \ Inera is only porrtdga P fast? Or a solid sieve (or thin that you don't want to hat filled with concratij for people who don't wear hats" Oi wtth ihe neck al the botti !o avoid having to lilt U whin >i,u pour oul? Or la with trouscrlegs instead of m for people who weu%  'Mridy wiallur' Amdkmr P.E. V. fhromr I DONT think Mrs. Glddl.should have used the word %  U|y when refenin K u, the WOTK ot Sloshemov" "Hear, hi-.n' "Shame"' —, "Keep poUtlol out of thiss" -"Don't lie foolish. Weygood'"— "IJont call me Searfdale in th fashlunV — 'Dirty reaitioiuir %  ' -V'lf Ulensture is lo be)—_" -"Shut up:" "Bhul up. youi sel/r* %  VaaeMI" -•Warmoiiker!" — "Huahr HI Danvn" foul non ; Frvv f\n< iI ,{/. I',, r Plumbvr* t A POLITICAL observer thinks that, in the present sdate of the world, our QovornUMnt ou rsjgtora %  ontldenco by down controversial lasu know what he means, bless lit: l.tlle heart Ut us CO! on the llndinga of the Bate* Conunlttao on Contn.i %  union of Tramwsy-Workeis' ..(-•lium-Widlli s Ihe Draft l'ro|iosal foi CaUol Collavs lor Ftsh-Poirers. / Ihm'l Kmtfy Cur.T HE headline Your |yl I OS. Need Drilling" made mt that women were up to %  mt kind Of agricultural nontnae >ith their faces. Have You ill %  But, rtad%  • i found thai the artkta %  K instiuellons on how i out painlessly. Oftan thought that one i' %  %  < %  row painted across ths f.-rehead In a straighl Hnw 0 With Ihe ncu BOS S •hade* on the upper-lb On the lobes of the aari Both j>ot.sihiy i donl i ata daeplj SSkouaJi aimut all this. Today / CMS*!* lOTttS 'or !h oj rtadlna rTsrs d '.ni ntpra %  short Unas / polafleSS rer.-.: haps iiof'iiiig fo pro%  d oeraa are finch ins i %  nine ond In its Mm sarvt to fill a iirtie space. Bui harkr a footfall In fhr ffladc' H'hoi fairp seeks the srinde* Rupert's Autumn Primrose—10 r^i Ths two pili decide to ull ihe Gipsy wonun whsi hsi happcmil ind jik htr what they had better do. To ihcir lurpnse she doss net durs their insieiy. but only bunt* oss lilaSQang. Ho. ho. ho 1'' she .hiickks. "Tk.?i the lunn..*! (King I laurd ilm menih V. eII. that poor nun dkln't seerr. i think it was funny." ii> Rupe.t doubilullyThe woaiii. 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Publication Date: Tuesday, November 14, 1950
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LHASA REPORTED ^ CHINESE VIANDS
U.N. GETS TIBET
Kingston: VV ickei lest
City On Earth
Says Bishop
(From Our Own Corre? jondeut).
KINGSTON, Jamil* Nnv 13
jyjEMORIES of the period when Port Royal was
called the wickedest spot on the earth were
brought back to Jamaica on Sunday night when
preaching at a leading Kingston Church, His Lord
ship Percival Gibson. Bishop of Kingston, said that
Kingston was one of the wickedest cities on the
earth.
Mr.WebbDrtes
Not Know
LONDON, Nov 13
Foil M.ihir, Maurice Webb
said in ihi' House of Commons to-
day he could not SB) a ti Britain
Would Ix- resume. i
itije to a question by Conservatlvt
Member c. I> N Nabarro as lo
when moot shipments from Argen-
tina would be resumed. Nabarro
said "Does the Mini:'
thai mutton shipments from the
Argentine are no V grav.
diced by the i.n-t that wool clipped
off live sheep's buck Is worth (our
limes the value and will he lake
steps with a view to ensuring the
continuity of Argentine mutton
liioson said:
'I
. [inll of what I am
i uoction of Un
gallon laughed at this statement
and was re tuked bv the Bishop
" is sonsetnjnsj for
1 must hang our
to know we i <-
In
I'
Mid 'bit Um peo-
pb- .. ... told tnotn-
\ ii and the evi-
black and
ip i
Hritain Turns
Down Proposals
Fo: European Army
LONDON. Nov., 13.
i tadec s e eg t a r y
replied "l prefer to.make Kn. Devil I M the House of
M statement al the present ti
as talks are about to proceed
again. I cannot say Nabarro's
question ta vary balprul."
Lieutenant Commander ' i <
Hutchison, Conservative, asked:
"Does the Minister realise that
while these meat neKotiationa arc
being protracted, all kinds of trade
and other industries between Ar-
gentina and this country are being
held up as a consequence and are
verv much more important?"
To this question Webb made M
reply. Replying to a question bv
Peter Smithers. Conservative, re-
garding results of meat negotia-
tions with the Mexican Govern-
ment in June I9M, Webb said that
discussions showed there was little
hope In the present state of the
Mexican frozen meal industry de-
veloping any substantial trade In
the near future. fgets.
Jobless Storm B.G.
Shipping Offices
iFfom Our Own Con*npondat.i
C'.KORGETOWN. B.C.. Nov. 13.
Despite picket lines outside the
main Georgetown dock areas,
large numbers of unemployed
stormed the shipping offices to-
day for waterfront Jobs.
The response to the companies*
call for workers over the week-end
following the breakdown of nego-
tiations and the resumption of the
strike sponsored by Um B.O.
Labour Union Water tront
Workers section was w
good that two strike-bound
vessels R.M.NS. Cottua'
and ffersiila both loaded cargoes
and left port C.N.S. Canadian
Cruiser arrived Sunday night and
by nightfall Monday, shipping
agents reported that tin.. I ffl
gangs were busy unloading 285
tons of Christmas cargo but a I
third gang was still needed. Dis-
charging of the Booker Urn ss
Ainakurs was eonlinuing satisfac-
torily and the Crafttman which
was diverted on Saturday has
now been instructed to come on
to B.G.
Prospects of the resumption <
negotiations between the Union
and shipping agents remained
gloomy with both sides apparently
preparing for a long drawnout
strike
On the sugar front O.I.W U
President. Dr. J P. Lachmansingh
to-day announced the end of ihe
two-week strike and ordered
workers to resume full-time wor*
on Tuesday.
Floods Threaten
Eastern Frunee
PARIS, Nov. IS,
After 4B hours contbiuous rain,
a large area of Eastern France is
threatened by flooding of the
rivers Rhone. Saone and
Commons today Britain was
ah], I., accept proposals for a
Europe* i Army and a European
aUnleler
Fh Lirtti | Qovernmcnl could
.'. ntutlonal
Of Europe, he said. I.
to co-op
countries
i rOpflat> means In*
, Europe
i i ing a de-
bute ihe Council of Europe
Qovanunw I in* Um Houbc o
ipprovc .i motion noting the pro-
ceedings al Strasbourg Da vies
said Britain had undertak
commitments on a wider ba:
than Euro|H.'. through ihe Atlan-
tic Treaty Organisation
Turning to functioi
of Europe, hi dd
Britain considered that the
Committee of Ministers should
assist co operation between
governments 'in spheres not
by other bodtOI
Da vies said that the Govern-
boon so
nenthuelaotle towards the COU0"
..1 "because we took a realistic
approach \ We approached It with
. vie of trying to fit the Council
n of European co-
opt ration, oo that K will play ni
approprata pari and not engage
it* U i iu> laacfully carried
ut bv other organisations".
DtMN said: "The Council or
Europe can bold no monopoly of
European co-operation. I think It
is necessary to get the Outi.il 01
its riflhl perspective that is to
assist co-operation where it can tv>
moal effective and most helpful *
Renter
COMPLAINT
KALIMPONO India, 3o. 13.
("HINESE LED Tibetan "People's liberation
troops" have entered the Tibetan capital
Lhasa and hostilities have ceased, according to
reliable sources at this Indian border town today.
The same sources added that the Tibetan Assembly
had accepted Chinese proposals regarding the
future status ot the mountain locked state
These reports still lack official confirmation. Other
reports reaching New Delhi maintained that th-'
Chinese forces who entered the country three
weeks ago were still 360 miles from the capital.
Thetr report, .nil l.i.-k offklul
I cnflrrnnlion oihf I
Iihk New Delhi I
I lh.u Chinrw force* who enterr.l

litill S50 mile, from Iht
According lo
n Kallmpaai Chi i i II
tTibel'i daft
cmununlcaUoni bul p
M
iiment
U.N. Troops
Go Forward
One Mile

SWEDEN'S NEW CROWN PI
V of Sweden. Sweden's new (
Wllh |hr
rlnee h 4
death nf Kins <.usU<
iejrx old Csrl Ciuolai
I rpraai
B01 LAMAl The 1..... 1 ,.,.. of libel, i
bay *f IS.
laproM
TwoKaied;50
Injured In
Rail Crash
VEHSA1M.KS. Nov. 14.
Two people wore killed and SO
Inlured when an electric train
'i i '. V. i .:li I .1 (.:
Into a coach which had fallen on
lb lida outside Montreal! station
near here last night The derailed
coach belonged tn a train being
parked for the night in a siding.
It overturned on to the neighbour-
if the big track after striking the buf-
fers and the leading conch of the ,
tr.iin from Parts crashed Into it I
d alto overturned
The drivei of the train and'
three passengers were trapped In,
the wreckage and were freed bv
rer.cue teams who rut through the
steel with OCOtlyan* miters The .
dr'ver of Ihe train Which hit the
buffers was in his cabin In the
h but got clear just l>efore the
i crashed into it
Reuter
BRAZILIAN CONSUL
DIES IN GENEVA
OENKVA. NOV., 13.
Joao Pinto D* Siiva Brastuan
Consul Oflncnl in Geneva died
here today In Ota*
where he bad I 000 under treat-
. i .1 tlironibosis for
the last two months. Dl BIlVO
who was 61. had upraaantod Ui
QOUntfJ at several Inb
.
two sons
both in the Bl..... Itt
ReaU-r
45 PILGRIMS MISSING
ROME, Nov. 13. i
The Canadian Kmh
Issued the names of 45 Canadiaii
H !y Year pilgrtms abo.u
planf missing on a Home-Paris
flahl Reater.
RED CHINA PROMISES
AID TO RED KOREA
BERLIN, Nov. 13.
THE CHINESE COMMUNIST GOVERNMENT in a
statement published here to-day s.ti ple were ready to aid Korea and resist "American Mrs*.
sum The statement circulated bv the East German News
Ae,cnc\ quoting u Chinese News Agency as its source said
that K | endenoa or doom was closely linked
wilh China's security.
in.. wut endangered by
Ml K'lll'..
ihe water* of Tatwai
i4.trVfc) mid by American al
reHtl n northeast China I
dcmande Mini and their helpers itop the!
k* and withdraw then m
ng troops." and added; Jf
aggression is not Mopped, then the
trutSle -gainst aggression '
never 0M
The statement luued bv repre-
ent.uivi V le e Fore!
Ministry mid "fact-i have sbm
that Amerirans are i ot aiming
Korea alone, but want to extend
their aggression to China "
It l| DM '. re natural that th
people should '- c
lo ji'i Korea end to rostet Ameri-
can aggression The question of
Korean independence or doom in
isely linkeci with China*
MINES A DANISH.'
LONDON.
Britain
parting tn the flitted States
most of It* Scotch W
Slid port !)n-i*h
'..hi>kc> to fill the gap.
Nearly all the imported
Danish whiiki > goes to Scot-
It rul when it -ells for ta.25
. Uittle
The the ,-it-
nffled.
but the Boot*, with
Bloom v
D iiiskcy
i bitter tban no vhlnkev
at all| N.ft.
Deep Gulf Between Yugoslavia
And Soviet UnionSay nto
DOLLAR AGREEMENT
nrASHlNOTOH, Hot 13
An asxcemeni estebUshini i
I credil of si2o.tnm.ooo m favour of
..f Argentine banks was
iataued here today by the Kxport
! Iinp-ir: Hank and the I
I Hank al Argentina.
The credit will be used lo settle
I all unpaid commercial dollar
i .bligation--- Whll '
The Grenoble electric power' theImpott-CxpoVt beak
Sinn ind factor] "rare damaged nounced its approval of the credit.
V a landslide, Reuter Reiitr.-.
published here lo-day, that the controversy be'we
.-slavia and the Soviel Union was "no family dispi
Britain Witt Send An
Ambassador To Spain
LONDON, N. i:i
Britain i u, Had ri Ambassa-
dor tn Spain 'in due cour->\ l'"i-
eign Minister Bevln said today
ir. i ntten reply t.. q
ii. Parliament, he said:
The British Ooverament i i
repeatedlj stated their intent!
to abide with the decision;, of 'h, .,,,,.,
Nation. Asaembb SnWraOon
in oongeQuenoa of the rate in
the Assembly on Novcmlier 4. the
BriUnh Government therefore pro-
pose in due course to seek an
agreement with the Bpenlftfa Oov-
eminent to appoint an Ambassador
ltd." Neater
The 'United S'.i

;e* AJrlorce
m north-east
Ml SM AT ISIT. >l\lll l\ S
FKANKFURT. Nov. 13.
Marsha] Tito told a correspondent ol Uie West German
News Agency D.P.A. in a recent interview at Belgrade
veen Yugo-
fanuly dispute but a
deep gulf hal Tito sold that Yugo-
d tn support
th. United Nations in carrying
ieeis|i
Korean conflict but added he did
MM eOUnt On Yugoslav troops
. ked to fight
iggresson outside .south-east
Eurooc.
' Yugoslav) i would be wll IrgJ
. ,i i apt (oi Is but would
..ot agree to
yolUlcaTly oi economically.
Yuuodavi. "ill DW
.mi .ourse In contrast w-th
.
! reil tape
lined .Mir iiiduatnc-i
"Yugoslavia want-, i..
to if" peoples that
it is possible to build a Boa ualsfl
with human means."
nto daclored ti-
the est.iblihmem of
i. lotions with i
an amnesty to*"
Dogmas prisoners of war wh<
were sentenced In Yugoslavia.
There wai no hatren
Germany among the populat
u a united
l ted a dan-
2er similar to K
.

W,. e : .
i UI B .!< foi United
, s tided
Reuter
eraaalng daily. This terror ha^
rtngeied the whole Chinese peo-
ple
Self m-lence
lt:.l splalti-i. i American
aggressors are attempting to anni-
hilate Ihe Korean poopll
i- therefore clear thai the Chit < I
jeople canno' Hand by IndUN -
ently."
"The United States sent the i
Reel Into the waters of Taiwan
which belong to (
ing to the views ot the Chines'*
Government u
reasons to hinder raluntei
wenj to light under K- n
ership against American aggres-
...'i
Chinn'i security is endangered
becauge of;
1 American a r liOfl
Kored
2 American nggreoou
the waters or 1
;i American Air Raids
t'hlna.
The Americans ore now ot-
tomptmg to i.iii hi.i tpport
Koreans 'foreign iutervenUon' '
hut they seem lo torget that
thev themselvw -ire intervention-
ists and aggressors."
"Amerlcnn BggreeeoTi have gone
u, far travelling nw re than
:!.000 mile-i over the PaClAC They
neve invaded Korea md Chinees

Reuter
Prague Plan
Unacceptable
To Britain
SAYS BfWA/
ID >N. I IS,
k reign
lld the House of Coouno
that Brii.i
inaka hei oonnibutli n to any
sincere attempt to negotiate for
uie removal ol Ihe underlying
ecu of in* present UlteCneUon
.a tenetoe
Hut tne\ couhi mil' underteJu
this after careful preparnlion and
in circumstances which pi
real opportunit> for them to ci n-
titbuie effectively lo Ihe solution
of fundamental wcrld pn.blem-
ll<- WMS conimentin;' on tl>-
S"i\ let iiroponnl tor PQUI POWOI

llcvin said all Ot 'TMinent did
it thi Pi i n
a Unique was an adequate basis
for dealing with these problems
led ol I'loposals made be-
fi re i.lld slioUII I" It III. i.
n othei oceunylng powers end
a'so to the German ]" pie
World Peace
Btvin said that Hritmn was
(unsldering the Soviet <
II. consultation with the French
a.id United State, ; m rn
The Flrilish Government had
also noted the recent United Na-
U014 resolution calling on Secui-
it/ C'luncil permanent i
: meet end gai m problenu
lively to threaten wi rid peace
Hi'. 1.1 said thai despll
StniatlOni by Western powers last
liu uie soviet Ctovermnenl had
to far failed lo disband Ihi Lai
id in ivll) ermed qu si mill) iry
ii gam.'.ition which had lieen
neated in western (lerrnany
n rrvatlvi
ild that Uevin'> I I
c rninilKh.i the OpOO lUV R'l gen-
r il approval After his main
. itemenl Bevbt replied t* detailed
New a......' nted not
I iih the disarmament of
liut how to
rearmament 11 > lermei I

c i ;i .-
ii ilia*. Itntain should ll I
h tdei gi p .'- iniuatl . irTapc<'-
li/c of the United States and
France She Bhotlld put forward
nllernative proposal*.
iievin replied i
myself to Uirew oVfff my tneiirl*
i' ky procedure."
Bevln amid clu-erv COBtln
"I think that the conduct of Ihe
l ...t.-.l Si , -I
other freedom-loving eountrl
waj has bxH>ii such. Uiat
i i deagetroui '<>r tnl
country and for Ihe peace of the
> orld. it we tooli sn) i p to thro'
tSem ovei 'Reuter
TOKYO
' Nations tfOOpS agal
dai advanced
I hi., mile in north
. m Koran
Conununlsti oel m ited t<> In-
ude floooti Chinese trod)
i
[clues near 'he Valu Kiver
i i ntler Most of the s
ri iiuniar end BfUllen
Are as Americans utooee Ihe
Chongehon River probed forward
ii Bom an almost straight line
i an ihe weet ooeai a tth Ihe
lliitlsh brigade < urUide PnMhOfl
...id Bouth Koreene furtnei seat
The defence line which linked up
week-end same i
toward.-. 'ie rltRl

ii the west oei I |u north of t*n
.illel
In Hie went the AAMHlceri
Cavah) driving Eorwi rd honi
Chonrehon edvani ad I mligi
BoUtll Koreans un,.
about 2 miles .
face o( ii untei Btte-cks, io-d iy
v. rv thm under
. niricii south of Toki hen
. m merineg must back
rail northern forces jusi south
t the Chogtn reservoir M) InO
,,| M.u- while the South K<
apHnl Division
-ark to avoid
untcr-attackcd ,
idle
dropping
relement,
sd Ca -
tsU to A'lied planes, from Hupei-
lorts to dive booiim* continued
t*> attack supply centos hmO)
not -rilr ationa and vital In idge-
across Ihe Yalu HJver
About 1.000 Comniuriiot troops
arore shol up movl
' hi.....the Western front
i.l onll hve infeiioi bridges
..... reported lo Ikj still capabli
t i .iir> intr heavy ttemk ovei tha
raiu iti.ei inn it wiii freese
ovei in December.
Shooting Stars and Muotongi
. smld snow D u
iome damage to troop eoneei
>ilotB reported eelng Br see
plosions Kruler
TrXI. Tttr ADV1HATF
Tlllt Nf.WH
Rbi( 1111 Ray or Nlshl
.V llil ADVOCATE
PAYR FOH \KI\S.
she will station a "tokt
I I
-i.iiit.o v oAcers UI r*-ovtsWi
Tibetan Ibrces The instil
Dalai i-.m.i .n.i P
spiritual heads i i the countrj
win lie retain.....t nss under-
stood, out Chin
msss rducalion anil mi'-'
and agrarian Mfi
Today, however, the Unltwl
N rtioni Secretariat
Tibet's compbnnt of .i^ressinn
by Chinese Comrnwm '
The complaint addressed to the
s..untv Ceunetl wes being n-
il.l.teil te llienib.-!. .if '
(il It gave a long history of th-
i.-iween Chine end) Tibet
aid asked the Council to take u-i
the (luestion i.f Chinese
11 Renter
HRITAIN CALLS
UP PILOTS
LONDON.
Britain is calling up veteran
ex-KAF pilots for the new defence
OS pansion programme
Thesa oldster*, will train young-
e, pilots. The recruiting age limit
his been raised from 31 to 35.
Secretary of State fur Air Ar
It.ui llaciucmon explulned that It
has been decided to re-engage
qualified ex-pilot* for fighter,
bomber and Hying In
H dies
,1... (ed dt be naked 10
- -:n for eight years regular ser-
VlCg and four years on tin' PJ-
.. v.- Aixait i.ono met
quired immelitely l-N *.
INSURGENTS 130
MrLES FROM CAPITAL
HKXAI'l. On the Neualesc
Border Nov. is.
NeUonallel ineurgenta ere
partly in control of the town of
Klrulnagar. 130 miles s..othe-t
ol lb.- i .pit ll Kbatmaudu. a.-
cordlng tn the laleet frontline re-

It Is the biggest Industrial
town in the stale with a popula-
tion of 25.000. Insurgent columns
direct for Khatrnarul I
reached a town about 3<
Heater.
striking \ 1 have reacr
_| mile., wsy.
RCR1DENTB ol 8i PblUp flocked to Bl. M*tOd' Bey^' Hcnool ]
to the Pollc* Bsnd Tha plctnrn abo*t itrowi a few danetag '"
directs tka Baad 1A '
i.-rday sveni | to dance
t ba'.kgTOtuid wlille Capt. Rslaon
Britain Wilt Export
Less Coal This Winter
LONDON Nov 13
A rut in the tonnage of BcftWl
...
n the Commons today by
Phinp Noei Baker, Minister for
F uei and |
i tin M. d because
Of 'tis III
it, the tonnage will i*

Keplym ns about
the Min-
ister sard tha*
I Ing considered.
More Workers
Wanted In U.S.A.
IN TBI OPINION ol the United States authorities an
. in the requirements ror agricultural labfiur is to
be >'xi Btitigfa Caoibfygfta ileleuation which visit-
ishington was told on Nov 9, that the availability of
wnrkers from the West Indies would be fully considered
|r. meeting the demand.
would be reoulred t" deal wit
recruitment
A GOOD
IS PRICELESS!!
They weie not given any pre-
:.!- ..f the increased
if West Indian workers
that would be required bul It w^s
WI A Indian
'its on this [mint earl/
.n IvSl.
The delegation indicated that
the. amend U> their
.- .rnments that In tl
Old *m- giv-
tbe organisation .vhlcn
tlon of an Incraaeod

W the possibib'^
being me
.,
tnrt in tl

would be sympt
ined. they wore loM
WHETHKK AS A KB8ULT OF STB
!>EAl,lNt;S WITH (lUH FFI,l-OVv air.N, ';EUANCE
on one's word ok whethkk .ml. quality
ot products ofkere:> to the public ''->
exactly as the suppliers ci aim for them
K. W. V.
vIiK I'HOUI) OF THF BXCKJ KMT Rd iTATION
3NJOYED THROUCHOUT THE WOULD liY THETS
vim pnooucTS.
"NOTiriNC; BUT THE PRODUCT OF THE
"GRAPE ENTERS INTO THE PREPARATION
"OF KW.V. WINES".
GREAT CARE IS EXERCISED BY K W.V
EXPERTS Tn SEE THAT THE WINE STORED IN
THE KW.V CELLARS AND THEN BOTTLED FOR
EXPORT MAINTAIN THE HIGH QUALITY ON
WHICH K W.V REPUTATION IS BUILT
YOU CANNOT GET BETTER
WINES THAN K. W. V.


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Cafub Calling
THIB i* not '
Oper
p*PENDING II
Sam Lord's are Mr n
Gerald Pumwi -Smith who arriv-
ed Irom Trinidad on Dundaj by
B.W I.A They were m
Saturday ;.l the Church <>f itu
Good Shepherd. Tunapun:.
Mr Furneos-Smlth Is the son
of Sir rncil Fumrss-Smith, Chief
JuMiro of Trinidad and Ladv
Furne<-Smith The Bride Is the
*
II. R-pscy MM] the Lass
Mr Horace Rapscy of Trinidad
Sir Ilubeil and Luriy Ranee
were among the g'leirts who ;il-
-iding
With Barclay. Bank
AFTER month's U
i Michael Lnm-
un n turned to Oeenada feafen
noon by H w.i v ii.
Bank in st.

One Occiio
Mrs. stei-la oix>Ntneu

terday morning >>y H 1 A
and U slaying IS
days at the Ocean Vie*
Bha will be ksat
!v Nelson" to-morrow ei
rOUta to Cretiud*, OH > Shi
Air Hoiu-kh on the plan, srhfcta
bri uk'iI her over whs her duuajhlT
Moll- This ami on. i
when daughter looan
er. instead of the other wa)
found
On Short Viiit
MB CHAAUS 14 BN1
I from Tiiiir
(May l.y 1 W I A At
tr meet I .,, Mr-
Km lh whom
ha win be vlaylot Ha
be here for about I
: ia Ihe
fi William La
ii mid
Prefer* Grenada
Mil ind ttun H A A wlu .lirved here on Sn'.ur-
djay ale dUO to leave ihi* momma
fW Trinidad via Grenada bv
ll.W l A Mr. Adamv who is
Chief Aecouiitnnt i f international
Atradio Md in London haa
veral "f I A I
I arlbbean Of tin
'. i inda be baa visited, Mr
Ad.im> prefers Grenada
They war* staying al 1
Refiirninp Later This Wek
MR. ALLAN KINO,
I tear R w ) A
who is on leave, left on BundaJ
by B.W.I.A. for Aniigun and
will he returning later lb
deompanied by his wife it is
. Mr.r hli it ive in
will be stationed permanently it
Sea well
Until he reread in Harhadu*
avtral weeks wto Mr King waa
stationed in Antigua.
With Co-operative Bank
ANOTHF.K pawengei arriving
on the B.W. I. A. momim
flight from Trinidad waa Mr
George Radix, *-ho Is with the Co-
Hank In Tnmdnd He U
here for about a month's hohdny
staying at Super Mure Guest
House
Thank You
Mil leo kat/. of Port-oi
. Mjiiai:inr Din
i
exclusive dealers In Men'
mg relumed horn* on BUAda)
afternoon by B.W I A
who has done quite .. bfl
'Ii local nnm
thank thrm for Ifa
During his slay ban (
..... !> lei.
Supt. ot Polirr
CAKT and Mrs Hll|
Michael
I
morning hy B W I A
l
Mi Capl Ai mtronk's
: Matthias, Tt*
ilraadi bi rs i
shortly be going to th* I*-*;.
School Capl Armstn.iu
flu perl nten dent In ihe Trlnidud
Police Force.
Ship-Shape
MD HtHIl PHOCTOB
Sr:.U.-|| ,,- (. i ,.
Mr. Errol Steele of "Sli-cli- Boa H
Stores In Caracas." Bk*
over for the mee*. Ml
waa here to see about uettmg his
house 'Bonnie Dundee' Shape1 condition for when h.
returns to Barbados with nil
family in February IBM Hi
Ihaj] l>e --layniK (or .i\ M I
months,
Cominii And Going*:
1 '
IdMt Mills of
reiurned yeatardai
IW.I.A
Us pkassBd in* tsasum
Jo iii the BarcsNk^ Piate
I lest prossstrlfean Unfj
(A it
<' husband.
.illy Ann's hi.
' 1*1 II" V -line.I
U rdav morning
B W.I.A,
From Trinidad
It NEIL LAL' representatl'
li.'.e-linent
nidud arrived from Trlnida.
'.'. I A He Is heri
four day* and is staying at th
run Hotel.
Back For Xmat
MB. and Mrs. Maurice Jones
veaterdny
B| Salesman m C
and nopes lo be btnk in Barbado>
in lime lor Ch' '
Wins A Doll
Till V W ( A .rid ,i
shouli
do well from the Children'-
and Pair which is to be
held al Woodiide, Bay Stn-et. pi
Daotanbor,
Mr*. A W Scott and her help-
ers are tar Bv
Fair which would be a treat not
only for children but grown-ups
!
A doll hai already been raffled
'he Fair
Ml W, I. Laurie
katrar'i OfnCo Another
i...11 will i mini Mm
F.m
art Hit] from Mrs
Bit Ida Itendanon ->t New v.,-v.
and are IWO of the many gifts
seni i.vn hy Mt-
rtW, .Social Welfdre Wirk- '
. r ( BrooUyn Na Yon
En Route To B.C.
MISS BITTY CJIINVEE ot
Jnmaicii who has been at
|Mh( 1 in Ihe U S ,s on her my
Guiana for holiday.
M yesterdnv for a few
id an routa sh.
anivad via Trtnldad bj B.W i A
Week-end Visit
MR OBOROB I1KNSON, who
h H.W.I A. BUUuaiJ
temporarily In Grenada, was in
Barbados over the Wllll'aPd HO
relumed to Greradn yeaterdov
temotri B.I
50 Venezuelans Coming
Plrl^ .11 be ar-
* i.'i.i: tron Vanaaualg by
h.w.i A i ad io-ra i
row It W l.A hava arranged
for four special Mights to bring
thant "i.i from Trinidad They
an aD bravaUlnj <-n r.ickage Trur
tickets and will be hen- [oi
pruxlniatelv one week
Returned Yesterday
MR ToNV" LEWIS architect
returned from his short
visit lo Trinidad yesterday morn-
.ok b) B.W.T.A,
Here For Five Days
\/\i! H IB..... D Ki'L. Direc-
arrlvad mm Trinidad reetardai
I K W i % liv is fwra to
aboul live days and Is a guest .it
u> H Kotal
M I si>\Y NOVEMBER U, 1M
Watch Those
Bras.
CLl^ELAND.
Medically unwise fashions
which lead women to the wrong
kind of braaalern or fa Isles may
also lead them to the operating
table with cancer of the hreasi
Th* possibility was considered
In great detail by the surgeons
at the recant annual meeting of
the United Slate* Chapter of the
International College of Surgeons
in Cleveland
Or William P Nicholson, Jr .
I Alia ma. told delegates that
*omen might prevent cancer of
breast by emptying them
ihl> with a oreast pump, ua-
> proper breast support and
tuning their babies
Dr Nicholson explained that
the normal breast of a woman of
child-bearing age secreted a little
fluid each month at the tune of
ovulation and that the use at a
pump at such time would keep the
ducts clear
The discussion of proper breast
supports followed Dr. Nicholson's
report in which it waa pointed
ut that 82 per cent erf breast
cancer occurs in the upper half
of the breast and the majority
. of all breast cancer occurs In the
| upper quarter.
Ii was pointed out that brar-
sieres or falaies often cut off
needed circulation IN.8
Housevvht>"
Guide
Prleee for Cucumber* and
Pears la the local market
when the 'Adv-Bcite''
keeked es4erda -rr.
( itcumhers R cents per
pound
Pear* S, 1 and S cense each.
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UIIAHI Mm WIIJJAUB
\ W.1M \S s Kl I
i.fli. riri.r* !., -> Vttkl Basmt .l-
IIO-TI.M.I OS llll
matinfi sriDNsaaai m.
niOM-UAl a ni.-li.l *,HMT4kSt
Oniatl Oaldwix l*t#wBi
" K N C H A N T M F N T "
n DAVID MV1S TF.lir.SA WRIGHT
I'l.AZA Theatre-BRIDGSTOWN
COtfTH/UIMG if' SHA8B DKIVt: ilh
' "'"SAjiiS0\ AND IUI.II.MI "
Calar t Tarhalrotat
TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. cV Continuing Indefinitely
WED. (3 Shows) 1.30, 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
bill'.fw all..
and S.M p.sa. far itnMi than ar *aaif will aa aald afwr ihal Uaa,
PLAZA Theatre a- oistin
"ITS A OsuTAf FWKUNQr
*>lth ! MORtl<
&
mm p.m
'I lilt l\M
"iM-iio .".i thi >n.ti'-i a .* r
"IlLKP VALLEY" ana "I WAS I RAMKD"
I t l-IMI A 111.. 1 HIS
Ml** Lint: de BAISSAl awarded
ihe .M rl-K. and ITeneh tYrts ,;
tiuerrr. h.h married In Parts
War llrr Romance
USE DE BAUCHEHVI1 I 1
BAISSAC. one of We mo-l r
ful secret agents working li
F;ance during the German <
pallon. has been marrle-i
Now a quiet, smiling, grej -
haired woman of about 40. ii.
has worked, since the war.
translator and news reader In .h'
JTVios of the BBC. Shi
lives In Hans Road, bright*,
bridge.
'averv In intelligeii..
miasluiis earned her the M.B.E
and Croix de Guerie.
Miss de Balssac waa born m
Mauritius. Sh describes barself
as "a dull sor! of woman." Sp;m
time is speni a; hou*""
dressmakinf.
Ilru.rs.1 U..I..M.
Hnwivcr. others take a dlffer-
cnt view. Colonel V. D. Bu. k-
maatc, her wartime chief, Myi
she is "one of the bravest women
I ever knew."
Miss de Baisanc was on* of th
first women parachuted Into
France as a secret agent. jShc
went with Denlso Barelir *ho
lost her life Use was hunted b1
t.m- Oasiano, escaped .ift.i I
months with the Underground.
Her second jump was in IM4,
to Join her Maquis brother
nrotuagl emotion she n-memliem:
"Acute loneliness of a secre*.
life' And after the war sh.
added: "I don't want a spectacu-
lar life. 1 am thankful It is ovei
-1. E S.
BY THE WAY
By BEACHCOMBER
TDMORROW begins "Confes-
<>f a Woman Horse-
." haps the most rasssal
ingly human oSocunanl oi the oars-
tun
0 leading for the finicky
It geu right down lo essential*
in a way that rips the nerves to
ribbons, and leaves the reader
sick to death of surh MJpMftiJ
occuireiues It is | story of
incrcdihlc dishonesty, played
againsl a background of luxut <
and f"11 v- In far!, it is the story
IS ever Url
bar first clumsy theft of a home
go to her head.
Tomorrow there will also be an
analysis of modern trends ha an
oanart, ii synopsis of ihe latrat
kal theories, jiikcs by
l.iind-leade-. tricks with bananas.
and an account of u new method
of growing beet tool In the
Egyptian desert.
/ Only Html To ll.lp
*Plli: Hivention of tn ointment
J. that will keep you dry In I
bath seems to me to raise one ';i
two questions Surely it wouid
be cheaper to have the bath and
eel wet, or not to have the bath
i dry. It is reminiscent of
the Strabismus electric tire for
UN in heat-waves It eannot be
turned on, and therefore keeps
you cool Another good idea would
be an umbrella consisting onlv
of o handle, to Da bold up m Una
weather. Ant what aboul a solid
Ton not holding < \
Inera is only porrtdga P
fast? Or a solid sieve (or thin
that you don't want to
hat filled with concratij for people
who don't wear hats" Oi
wtth ihe neck al the botti
!o avoid having to lilt U whin
>i,u pour oul? Or la
with trouscrlegs instead of m
for people who weu-
'Mridy wiallur'
Amdkmr P.E. V. fhromr
IDONT think Mrs. Glddl.-
should have used the word
U|y when refeninK u, the WOTK
ot Sloshemov" "Hear, hi-.n' '
"Shame"' - .
"Keep poUtlol out of thiss" --
"Don't lie foolish. Weygood'"
"IJont call me Searfdale in th
fashlunV 'Dirty reaitioiuir '
-V'lf Ulensture is lo be)_"
-"Shut up:" "Bhul up. youi -
sel/r* VaaeMI" -- Warmoii-
ker!" "Huahr hi
Danvn" foul non ;
Frvv f\n< i- I ,{/. I',,r
Plumbvr* t
APOLITICAL observer thinks
that, in the present sdate of
the world, our QovornUMnt ou
rsjgtora .ontldenco by
down controversial lasu
know what he means, bless lit:
l.tlle heart Ut us CO!
on the llndinga of the Bate*
Conunlttao on Contn.i
union of Tramwsy-Workeis'
..(-lium-Widlli s
Ihe Draft l'ro|iosal foi CaUol
Collavs lor Ftsh-Poirers.
/ Ihm'l Kmtfy Cur.-
THE headline Your |yl I OS.
Need Drilling" made mt
that women were up to
mt kind Of agricultural non-
tnae >ith their faces. Have You
ill But, rtad-
i found thai the artkta
k instiuellons on how
' i out painlessly.
Oftan thought that one
i' < row painted across
ths f.-rehead In a straighl Hnw
0 With Ihe ncu BOSS-
hade* on the upper-lb
On the lobes of the aari
Both j>ot.sihiy i donl i ata daeplj
SSkouaJi aimut all this.
Today / CMS*!* lOTttS 'or !h
oj rtadlna
rTsrs d '.ni ntpra

short Unas / polaf-
leSS rer.-.:
haps iiof'iiiig fo pro-
d oeraa are finch ins i

nine ond In its
Mm sarvt to fill a iirtie space.
Bui harkr a footfall In fhr ffladc'
H'hoi fairp seeks the '
srinde*
Rupert's Autumn Primrose10
r^i
Ths two pili decide to ull ihe
Gipsy wonun whsi hsi happcmil
ind jik htr what they had better
do. To ihcir lurpnse she doss net
durs their insieiy. but only bunt*
oss lilaSQang. Ho. ho. ho 1'' she
.hiickks. "Tk.?i the lunn..*!
(King I laurd ilm menih !
" V. eII. that poor nun dkln't seerr.
i think it was funny." ii>
Rupe.t
doubilully- The woaiii.
"Don'l >orry." he t
" I'M see him and lell him it
sn .coder,'. Meanwhile, I td
you to to away now and Ilk*
Cat iub. and at you ran bi.-'j
ck fall of primrowa 1*11 give y
friend the other prire ius
reward lor making me laugh,
he off w;h vot' "
4-1AIKTY (Tbe Garden) ST. JAMV-S
t.Asr SHOW TOMTE 8 30
"DAKOTA LIL"
WKUNESDAV A: Tllt'RSDAV *3 P.M .
THE UNDYING MONSTER'
W***WW/A-.
G L O It K
TO-DAY 4.45 & H.30 P.M. (LAST SHIIWS)
Geo. RAFT Pal. O'BRIEN
IN
*no AND
Eddie ALBERT and Peggv MORAN
IN
"TREAT EM ROMII "
TO-MORROW AT S.36 P.M.
TRIPLE ATTRACTION
Joseph CI.EMENDORE (Star of O'l.indy's Show)
THE HOT SHOTS (Trinidad's Orrhrstrl)
and
i Hud ABBOTT and Lou COSTELLO
I >N
:| ">H WJSTFUL WIDOW OF WAGON GAP"
I* SMASHING
L THRU1 THE
z 2nd
-I BIG WEEK!
BRIDGETOWN
Cecil B DeMille s Masterpiece

TWO SHOWN
TO-BAY
1.45 & on p.m.
WIMUafA!
t SHOWS
1.304.45
& K.30 p.m.
& Continuing
adssssiiaaasa i- . i- Mas a* a* ... p|
SPECIAL NOTIIi; : All h.kd. Booked muit be Uken up b>
4 45 for Matinees and H.30 Tor Kvenlne Shows or sumee will
_ be sold after that lime.
All rowplltrieiiurr TlekeU ara raneelled for thl picture:
SHIRTS
FOR INCAUTIOUS BACKERS
wHO LOST THEIRS ON HORSES
"MICO"
"ELITE"
"REGAL"
"ELITE"
All Coat-Style, Collar-Attached
sizas, plain shades 4*09
...... 4.47
Striped designs 6.31
...... 4.86
EVANS
Dial 460G
and
WHITFIELDS
Dial 1220
NEW RANGE
i Men's Shoes
I
await your inspection
AtroMi
1. When toe duct in OS liner *
produced (Si
. Krr. \ ii Ma* eussss'. osflW Of
iieMldiw wlien t'iraed. (*1
11 Inroerfi. (>
If Breeee trom a leasjns sis
tmrrsi. i4i
II Hi* actions are quits
roeooanlcnl. (61
14 A prepuct in reliable clreuav
ataucei (31
rS, One o( tnoso of HoSmsan T (41
lit. Having i> tzoidcn luatre, (Si
:. (leuersHT h merchant. (S)
W When toii maj aet sone? (SI
Unsdulie-sted. ft I
papa
l. Ajnoiif the aurve*. IB)
9 BiinMttre oi the lornpr esnei?.
i OIUJ lost ausiaaU a name that
ts icrf. rai
i a To this would cniduca a aicair
ims. IS i
10 mm nuiiti>|. (7)
lb OQ -nil That voU COUld SICBOal
IS. Keai. 1'. Ala. IS Oai: t-\ Biav
11 #. RAVE THE
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EMPIRE
To-da> to Thursday. 4.45
.ind B 30
Julian Hlauaten Produdnui
"BROKEN ARROW"
Color by Terhnlenlnr
Rtarrlns James Ntewsrt
with I. ii (huroller and
Itrhrj I'siel.
IH\Y
Laat Two Shows To-day
4 30 and K IS
United Artists Double
Bud AhlvHl and I mi Cos-
lello In .
AFRICA SCREAMS"
a and
"IHE CROOKED WAY"
with
John rsvne and Sunn*
Tufts
ROYAL
Tii-da:. and Tomorrow
5 and S 39
M G Ml. Ter|irdrolor
Musical
"TILL THE CLOUDS
ROLL BY"
. SUrrlnc
Frank Slnalra Kalhryn
Gnayson and Robert
Walker
OLYMPIC
To-day and Tomorrow
4 30 and 8 1.1
I'n I led ArUils Double .
William Bovd .,(| Andy
Clyde In
THE MARAUDERS"
ul
THE ADVENTURES OF
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
1'Ai.i i:iUX
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Peace Congress Switched
From Sheffield to Poland
SHEFFIELD, England.
COMPLETE chaos reigned among organisers of the
Utd World Peace Congress here to-day as foreign
delegates contimn".
Perplexed by the problem of diverting delegates to
nunist backed rally is (low to be
held, they imposed a strict "blackout" on all information.
The Ion*- planned Congress
ten \l OF Tl
Sir Gludwyn
Malik-killer
Delights U.S.
Nil YORK.
Sir Gladwyn Jcbb. I
United Nations dc-lcgal.
Success. would lx- Xhv
lo regurd himself .is a slayar tat;
Red dragons. Dul the A
delight in his verbid duels wil-i
Moscow's Jacob Malik.
Ba i- the sort of Englishman
they like. H* dresses well, but
"<-ll. He takes :i Dtodts!
drink. He like* jieuple. and they
like him.
In debate he is a joy.
He sits quietly, unruffled, look-'
ing only mildly impatient. IpflUM
the vials of Mr Malik's wrath arc
poured out by radio and tele-
vision.
But when his turn conies he
throws one of his polish. |
with the dead)* accuracy or ;.
keen unkler placing a tly iu..t
where it ought to be. above the
nose of his trout.
The Barbed Word
Malik hi i tier thui
to rise to Jiii'T.. ball It has
within* it. The
u takes refuse In glum
m
But the At.ii.. raai Sir
: I
their Indh < ity polls,
Behind the public facade is n
culUvaterl givitleman with a nice
command of language'
store of apt classic:. <
He speaks polished French; bi>
Italian is flawless, It
faultless. He knows a word ji*
two of Russian.
The job ts bard The
VMlUng. Rut Jebb is flourish in;.
ii. not \-\.<- tl
n Ihlng
Opinions That Matter
No dome!!tic worries afllu-t the
Jahbs now thai
daughter Stella h.is joined then;
in New York. They are h-'kr
lorwtird to having then eld "'
daughter Van* ssa with
A thK'i pile of fan mail pouia
into Sir GlndwyiVs
day lie V
people outside, who have faith in
Uno. even nora '
lellow -
i arena for the exchange it
verbal blows
fc.l .1.
3,000 BAGS OF MCE
i baR of rice |
from British Qtl
bags of flour from n. ,
were among the cargo brought for
Barbados by vessels arriving over
It-end
The rice arrived on special ordaa
while the ' malgned to
Messrs Simeon Huntl ft Sen. l.trt
Each of the achoonen I
frank (un D. If. and L*
Smith brought 1.000 bags of rice.
They also brouc:
wood and charcoal Thr shipment
of flour came by the N
steamship 1'imm which was mak-
ing its first call here.
The V'nirit left port last night
for Trinidad It U consigned to
Messrs Robert Thorn Ltd
Other vessels bringing cargo
oaejg the week and
tttwwnen Lady Noel* Iron
Dominica and sled rugrim s.
from St. Lnda. They brought
eocoanuls, copra, undressed posts,
BgtWOOd. charcoal and smalt sup-
plies of fresh fruit.
itched lo Poland at Uw last
n*.io*nt because Biitieh Security
services refused to allow many
(lelegatea U> enter Ike country.
Delegates already here held an
emergency meeting at the city hall
Hall a dozen coaches
brought foreign delegates from th>
i eighbourtng Bun ton Spa where
they had spent the night.
\- at the door scrutinised
Mil .rcdonliais before allowing
inyone Inside
Among them was Pablo Picasso
ic*e "Dove of Peace"
the Congress' emblem.
loudspeaker van toured the
Bg people to attend
public meeting at which protests
are to be made about Britain's
ban on delegates.
Where the Iron Curtain
HOW ." The loudspeaker boomed at
intervals.
In opposition to this a Russian
anil-Communist emlgree group
distributed 10.000 leaflets in the
streets accusing the Soviet Govern-
ment of preparing for war and
of "enslaving 40,000.000 people in
concentration tamps".
To-day workmen continued to
dismantle the huge marquee which
nave been the Congress*
uimng tent holding 1,700 people at
Ity nail were
batteries and earphones installed
at great expense to provide simul-
taneous translations of speeches,
face a loss of between
10.000 and i'15.000 because the
Congress is being switched.
To-day ll ttng ni.un-
Ij dlsci.jaed how delegates are to
lie transported lo Warsaw, but
organisers here could tell them
little. The main efforts to get
bawpart were being made tiy
other pence movement officials in
London.
There was no eoiaftrmatlori of
reports that the Polish Govern-
ment, said to be ready to pay all
expenses for 1.900 delegates, was
sending a ship to pick up those
'. Sheflield.
Another unconfirmed report
id that Czechoslovakia!! airlines
delegates to Prague on
their way lo Warsaw.
Th< CnbKM delegation to the
ngreM of peace purtisans
(opening in Warsaw on Thursday
following its switch from Shef-
lield) announced in Prague to-dav
that It will propose to declare
Mac Arthur a war criminal
Tl*c leader of the delegation.
Chinese Vice-Premier Kuo Mo
Jo told newsmen that Korea
"must become the central prob-
lem drawing the attention of all
I with world peace."
Mc declared that the delegall
would name the United Nations
commander as the "principal
ganiser of an aggressive war in
the Fir East and the provoker who
w trying to turn the Korean war
into a world conflict."
y' HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay
art, Lpt
LHASA, outtal of Tie*I. which Chi
said to aavs entered Express.
Gomes Warns
Against Wild
Cat Strikes
Puerto Rico Exports
$234,000,000 In Goods
errant uor u-
POHT-OP-SPA1N, Nov. I.
The Hon. Albert Gomes. Min-
ister for Labour said in Trinidad-
Government is facad with an
increasing working population
and is committed to the encour-
agement of industrialisation, as a
na to accommodate tills grow-
ing population. Investors both
local and overseas MM heart
ifldcnce in the industrial ell*
male before they will embark on
an-/ schemes. Government must
N thirl the conditions are such
to attract these Investor-.
Irresponsible trade unions wild-
cat strikes and the like are dam-
aging In this respect and must be
discou'aged. Qovernmenl will not
give any assistance or support to
any trade union In elrcumstaneaa
which are felt to Injure the good
reputation of this Colony.'"
No Boos In
Trinidad Chamber
IYoii,
aa i
POHT-OF-SPAIN, N
Hon. William Savar.v. Speaks
of the Council in Port-wl-Sim h
has drawn attention to the Stand
Ing Order which controls thi
iduct of strangers In the
Chamber. The Order which refer*
to persons who are not member
states: "Strangers must preservi
iilence. and must conduct them
selves in a fit and proper mnnnc
during a sitting". In future IS
applause, boas nor similar nei-
wlll be permitted in the Council
SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico
Merchandise shipments from
Puerto Rico reached a peak level
of S234.oeo.ooo for the fiscal year
1949-60, a preliminary estimate
of the Balance of External Pay-
ments of Puerto Rico by the In-
sular Economic Development Ad-
ministration discloses.
Twenty-one new or recently ea-
tublulied industries produced
goods having an export value of
SI9K0O000, as compared with
S8.o0u.HiKi for the previous fiscal
fear and were a significant fac-
:or In the rcdurllon of Puerto
Rico's merchandise trade balance
the lowest point on r....
That rise tn the island's Bales.
largely to the mainland U S. rep-
resents a $34,000,000 increase In
the value and a 20 percent In.
crease in votumo above 1949 ship
ments
Sugar Half
While sugar made up slightly
more than half of the valu<
salea for the past fiscal yen rum
tobacco, coffee, fruits and their
preparations made substantial
fain NMdaswBrfc end textile
products advanced in volume
value to provide one-fifth of the
total returns, or three per cent
more than in 1948-1949
Puerto Rico's puichases for the
Ascal year also continued at a
high level, amounting to S34B.-
000.000. Federal Government ac-
tivities tn the island, representing
grants and purchases of lervtcM
ranched the substantial total of
* 130.000.000.
Other expanding levels of ac-
tivity and income are revealed by
increased insular income origina-
ting In tourism and other travel.
Returns in this category durlua
1949-50 exceeded $10,000,000.
higher returns of Income on In-
vestment payments reached $16,-
.....I MM
Highest
Capital investments tn Puerto
Rico were the highest on record
In 1949-50. Movements of outside
holdings of long-term investments
i:i the Island showed a net credit
inflow of $35,000,000. which c<
lures with $14,000,000 in 1948-49.
and $8,000,000 In 1947 IK
revenues), i
t~. Intuited, amount to $242.H0O.0ti0
... against the wartime accuntuuV
tion of $380,000,000 held by the in-
sular Government and private in-
terests at the end of 1946 These
revenues are held almost exclu-
sively on the mainland and re-
flect Puerto Rico's Increasing pur-
chases ot machinery, metals and
.nanufactures since 1948.
The Island's balance of pay-
' tents at the conclusion of the
ttscal year 1049-1930 reflects mm
progress made towards H equi-
librium tn its current external
transactions, according lo S. Diaz
1'uheto. Director of Economic
for the Administration
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Cotfal Station
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MAIL NOTICES
Kuo Mo Jo said that the Chinese
delegation would also ask the Onv
gross to "demand the withdrawal
of all foreign aggreaslve forces
from Korea and bring about a
peaceful solution of the Korean
question."
Warsaw Radio reported to-day
th.it workmen were busy day and
night preparaig for Congress. Last
touches were being put to th-j
uuihh.ni where it will be held.
Soviet and Korean delegate-,
are on their way from Mo*cow
to Warsaw, Warsaw radio said.
Warsaw railway stations havo
been decorated with flowers and
banners in many languages.
Warsaw Radio said It was ex-
pected that nearly all delegates
who were due in Sheffield would
BB .mend
'Die "warmongers* attempt to
Una (ha voice of millions clam-
ouring for peace has failed** il
asserted. Renter.
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FACE FOVR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TOMMY, NOVEMBER II, 19M
BMWM)OS
ADVOCATE
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Tursda>. Nuvrmbtr II. I83U
Final It: This Is tloYv 1 Test
A taood A rinf
ii
FISH
THK departure of the Fisheries Officer
to attend the third Session of the Gulf and
Caribbean Fisheries Institute in Miami
will be of general interest in this island.
He will also represent at the instance of
the Caribbean Commission the entire West
Indian area. The acquisition uf special
technical knowledge to be disseminated
locally is bound to be of benefit to Barba-
dos.
Thousands of dollars have been spent in
organising a Fisheries Department and in
fitting out a special boat which investigates
local conditions and the habits of the fish
in order to provide fishermen with in-
formation which will increase their
catches.
In an island where no village is more
than five miles from the sea and where
modern methods of fishing have taken long
to penetrate the industry, it should be the
aim of everyone to give encouragement.
The Government has shown great interest
in providing for special training and equip-
ment for the Fishery Officer. Now that the
department has been established and fish-
ermen are beginning to make full use of
the knowledge gained by the use of the
experimental equipment, any technical in-
formation which might be gained must im-
prove fishing in th>- iiru.
The nutritional problem in the West
Indies has already been the subject of in-
vestigation and comment. The fishing
industry was singled out for special com-
ment by the Royal Commission of 1939,
and whilst we have travelled far from the
condition of thai day, we are still far from
the ideal.
The matter has now become a regional
problem and this is accentuated by the fact
that the Caribbean Commission has re-
quested Mr. Wiles to represent the entire
area at the meeting in Miami.
There are many problems to In' wttlOd
in the Caribbean before the people ol Um I
colonies can get the best results from fish-
ing in the area.
Investigation is urgently needed as to
the habits of lish in this area, the necessity
for providing food on the banks so as to
encourage the lish to congregate there,
the methods of taking fish in troplcul
waters as distinct from those adopted in
temperate climates, methods of refrigera-
tion, canning and marketing. Technical in-
formation on these matters will be of the
greatest interest and value to the people
of these colonies.
YOUR SON i I
i previ BUifjaporti

pounds o( oui BOM] .ii-' betas]
spent on tti ..rmed torce to en-
sure just that.
For. H war comes. the Brilisn quick lo ,e-rn hu triM,
Army will be matched with an- proud to show hi* pace
taaonist* at least is tough as Uv* ijut hen- 1 must call __ .
North Koreans, as wet) equipped nBM ^ senior ot two infantry
IIoImtI .lrssi-1
WLsfttarj
4 iiiiiii ulatot
They mult n t
Iron* Use ranks
Itegulars, who m
mployment ai
,1 the irf-w
time i>l full
i a i>
But here I must call as a wit- Wg up
.tarnishing the
pOtVBtW N.C.O material.
Whether or not Mr
modi Am the call-up system, ha
And some way of buiM-
-11-KutulHr unite and re-
lose, corporate
the Had Army In 1**5. and ufflcers of a famous batullon that Reaular spirit.
numerically superior by three ts wa| moving off in road convoy Why not give the Regulars, for
<>ne from a bivouac .irea south-west *'*. a distinctive blue uniloi
Mr. Btrachey must therefore j Hameun. to show that they are master-
produce it BritNh Army three "After a week of this kind ol craftsmen? The Regular NC.O.J
times os well .irmed. well trained. Uainm^ ne ^j ., company *>" whom I spoke approved thiK.
"i :" tenflal ana- pfflismimlti Ii rwadj iu pasa oat Tn*esWaa^eouasiroe b"MS
my'i from sheer fatigue. Day and i company commander level
And three times as well led. nlghl he u ,Upervislng these boys, many battle-hardeneddo every-
Is this half-conscript, half- swing xhaX they don't leave be- thing in their power to help your
Regular Army we started build- hmd tneir rlfleft ur pack, after ron and to make a success of the
Ing in 1946 as good as that? a halt" rail-up.
Or. more personally, can Mr. National Servicemen need tnree But it Is a wearisome task,
Arthur, a Glasgow baker whoso llmes aa mucn supervision as (he an ever-changing tommsnd. The
family business is handicapped maturer warttni* soldier was work to be done each day
l-up of his invaluabl" KIV,, Mpeclally paper workIs sUgger-
18-year-old son. honestly feel ing. The routine of training Is
that his sacrifice Is really helping A stiffening oi iteguiai privates getting stale and then
Britain? and N.C.Os is urgently needed. |Q show at the end nf tt.
Thai is beyond dispute. Yet note *.
Now. .i giH*1 army is one lnree w>Jf, m wrucrt conscription flM Aaltt IfM -
which wins battle* including n^tuaiiy prevents it happening: The major ol* a lank regunenl
the early ones 11 you accept tnii ,ear AMetj1(rt ,lk mc ,nlo nw
deAnition, the British force of first. It robs Held units of ofnie. On the wall hung framed
83,000 which Mjirenderea to in- Kcgular Instructors for the UK photographs ol hi* squadron taken
(erlor numbers of the Jnpanes> |0 trmin ^w Army's annual intake m 1049, [940. und xilit yeBr
in Malaya in IMS was not "good nf 117,000 raw recruit* Apart from the small cadre ol
Nor was the Tobruk garrison Regulars. I doubt whether six
of 33.000 which lost to 20.000 or 8CCOND. the kind of man who fncea appeared on more than one
RomaaVl'l soldiers in June l. 15 vean, ago mlght have joined photograph.
IiuhviduaUJ it may have u.-e'> lhc Kegular Army as a career The sausage machine grinds on
man an emperor in those campaigns, but something went Nu,lotlai serviceman at IB "to officerthe schoolmaster's role
rwng, aee how he likes It." |s 0t the best way to create a
1 To give the question a law Hall lhe men ,n his bairack pool 0f officers who regard win
I test. I asked dozens of oncers in ioom w(U ^ Mljmmi. the days M a .dene and study long hours
Oermany how they i though! mur )|nll, releaM,i and> as nkely as not, aI rilalit. That Is what Montgom-
predominantly National SerMce lney |n(iuence him against sign- ery did
latUllons and regimentsas arc Qn
mm- out of tenwould stand up i producing j diluted mass-
to two months" tough lighting THIRD the best Regular war- trained Army I believe that Mr
We pictured action at its worst ^^ omv^n anj N.COs. brought Straehcy Is deeti ryiog the two
-in the cold slid Wet, with ster and v.ithdr.i;iK UM COO- ]]|<(. ,h(, ull,.nmK routine of train- brought out arml* lm.,! vi ing an ever-changing conscript <1) The major bjmI eolonell
tompany. The old-time Regular who should be r-ehoollng ih< n
battalion, with Its own corporate selves to be the Alanbrooke
spirit, its pride and professional- Horrockses of tewionow.
uster
taut order of the d,i
Wrryintt -
IT Is signiflciint. and uo.ivjh'.
thM the officers could not answer. -1...... ... i.. -- v----"- 7-',""^;" "iuiHor urn
XSf^STAli S,Tn .h, en.rr. The v.dcd b, out.i*-,. i tt. W
TT,o omcJr. ooko extremely new inere. cme loo lal* lo ocl^sive body it. lhe world
hiSSv ofvlur S25.U, keennei oulbaWe o.her con,lder.Uon.. WUliout lh.1 ,m*.r, od
"',,. ,,ll,,l.v,. nUm, lh The erearn of lhe N.C.O., I W- prM. can we My thai lhe Arm.
SSrCltSlS..... 01 I-,. 2...... PM had already one lo good of lo-d.y
ot live, his partial lltnoas. H' jobs In civilian lite
hooks:
Print-e K. Mixed His
Revolutions
By . iwr*r
I'AHI I I lOVi
THE Government has utilisetl the steam-
ers warehouse on the wharf bought long
ago for the purpose of removim; the entire
General Post Office. The Parcel Post has
been installed at this building in order to
relieve the congestion at headquarters.
Any criticism against the congestion at
the new parcel post emphasises the impos-
sible conditions which formerly obtained
at the Public Buildings. The question now
is how far will the Government carry the
move it has made. At present there is a
lack of parking space and other facilities
for the convenience of those who must use
the new delivery. The Post Office authori-
ties might well follow the practice in other
countries where parcels are delivered. In
this case it would be easy to use the new
branch as the distributing centre. If how-
ever, the authorities are not in 3 position to
undertake such a service, at least it is pos-
sible to arrange for the delivery of all
parcels, destined for out districts, to the
suburban and branch Post Offices.
Postal facilities are numbered among
the chief public services in any commun-
ity and it is the duty of the Government
to see to it that ours is as efficient and
convenient as possible.
caught, it means nefcil in Roy'*
t-letitless duel
And as
r R"oy will be caught.
A patrol of four men are at hi
THK ANARCHIST 1'MNO: B*
<.<..!. Woodrork and Ivan
Avaktimovl.. Koardman lie. MalrtlllU ThH1Mll
Ml **ge.
hi* deathbed. His funeral in 1921
THE wceeaafu] revolutionary wat Moscow'! last mass demon-
I becomes a tyrant: Uie failure Oration against the new terror. f"nT ,-^r.ifol but releiil
s*U> bad. PrtoM A hundred thousand followed " "*P" ''hu' '
Kropotkin is an exception. He ,he c1]tnn beneath the black flags Xldrklw e\rs 1,1^11 m ,* It look,
failed hut his books arc goo I. es- or anarchism, and banners which ' ^^,7.,' *
all) Memoirs of a Revolution- (lec|Bred. Where there is author- nn
1st from which much of the mote- ,lVt there is no freedom The ln-
1 ot this new biography is icVnationale was not played Kro- heels, a few hours march
taken. potkln having compared It to "the An airplane hover* overhead pU>-
howling of hungry dogs.' An an- ning him to the ground And the
Kro|K.lkin. son of a very grand arcnlgt reieased from prison for .now will not fall to hide his
Russian BTattoerat, was brought thfl duy denouncol! at the grave- tracks. The emptiness, grandeur.
up in the noble quurter of Moscow ^oj,, ..lne butchers In the dun- tnachery of the forest, the sense
and became u page to the rsur Beonfi !he dishonour brought on that it Is a living, sardonic prcs-
A serious youth, he grew bored go^ugm.- Before dusk he was neeall this is created with pro-
wlth diin^ling about court and ^^ in n|s wU Mlc powtr hefore a| least th
vent off to explore Siberia. sllow cmes and Roy is snved.
So, in bitter Irony, on a bitter
But politics was more lascinat- w|nior's ,hiy, passed a pioneer of Best novel with a Domlnlo
_ng than geography. He took a Rusaian frwlom who had lived setting for many a day.
look .it Socialism, held hU nose to ^ ,ts ia8l representative. Ben-
over Marxism (a German bure- tvoientt naivc and winsome, he
uont'l idea of heaven, as he hBd gol mixed up |n another man's
and, concluding that all revo[uu0n and was crushed by it
iioverninunts are alike wicked
took up with the nnarchlsts to Kropoikln's charm appears in
whom the state, any state, Is the this story of a failurealong with
arch-enemy. too much about the doctrinal feud*
of his comrades.
The state responded by locking
Kropotkin up In the Peter and THE HUNTER. By Jame- Aid-
Haul fortress, St. Petersburg. His rldjre. The Bodlty Head. Be. 8d.
escape, liter two years. Is told by 264 pages.
liimaelf in one of the classical
narrative? of its kind.
TAKING THE FEAR
OUT OF FLYING
li> HI4.H IM MIAS
WITHIN 14 days we have twice been
hocked by news and pictures of fatal air-
ine disasters in Britain.
In three crashes of passenger-carrying
Britain this year 136 people have
ix-en killed. Only six survived.
Why do airliners crash ? And what makes
iheir crashes fatal? Three factors predom-
inate.
1. Pilots and aircrews are human and
therefore fallible. Airplanes, engines,
and radio aids, being made and
worked by man. are also fallible. So
the human factor is Enemy Number
One
J More often than not when a plane
crashes it bursts into flames.
Whether or not passengers are
fatally injured they will probably be
burned to detoth. So petrol is Enemy
Number Two.
3. Bad weatherfog. storm, and ice;
against them the airline pilot must
Agbt an unending war.
When these elemental forces oppose
him he is most likely to make a mis-
take, and it is then that a mistake is
most likely to be fatal.
FATEFUL MOMENTS
The human and weather factors may seem
to present an insuperable problem.
Hut analysis shows that the struggle to
overcome them can be concentrated largely
on two particularly fateful phasesthe
moments before and during landing, the
moments during; and after take off.
II is then that human control is absolute;
it is then that bad weather fights most
fiercely against the pilot and the ground con-
troller.
Of the last six major disasters, four
occurred immediately before landing, and
two shortly after take off.
AS WE CLIMBS
When an airliner is in full flight the pilot
has time and height on his side if anything
goes wrong.
But imagine the case of a pilot when some-
thing goes wrong as he is taking off. Imagine
him. just off the runway, in tearing rain,
climbing into swirling cloud.
All engines are at maximum power, the
9.0001b of metal which he directs with
hands and feet is only gradually gaining the
joins In a raid on in.- suvn iio!-, speed of safe flight.
Ur Game Preserve. 1.000 square His ^ arc on the m8lrument panel, for
miles. teemU.g with beav.r. mink ^ ftjfax drop or swerve the loss of a few
^I^Su&oS^rlaon "- hour which can happen in two
and llu- end of iripiiinB ri lw i- seconds, would moan disaster.
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Fort) years of exile followed. P'ClenUousness ever written-but
neat!) passed ... Hnksr and he-, J.u,rt,for oncc- producing a
where he was famed as "Plendld it0r>F-
. auttener Forty >ears of ill- The Hunter Is u novel of the
beaUD, iHivcrty. asilalion. scclarl- Great Open Space* for adults It
an squabbling, disappointment. But tb strong; ring* true; avoids the
sentimentality which lies In
ait for unwary travel lens in the
backwoods. Its hero is Roy Mac-
It came with the Bus;
iMlion and Kropoikln's
his native land. Keren
ian Revo-
return to
a rJSLirt Njir' nol-so-eimple son of nature.
a Ministry, "i ons5er?3d UK wlth *"*** '" ",l'
the old revolutionary, "the trade Murt---e w*"1^ <" O"1"'*-
of a shoe-black more useful'* Being intelligent, Roy knows
I-enln asked his advice and per- thai he Is "trapped out" and iliut,
neeuted his anarchist comrades. even lIMtn, b> exceeding his
legal quota of skins, he hastens
The meanness of the Bolsheviks his own economic extinction. Be- ,
sh.K-ked him. Why has the rcvo- ,ng stubborn, he is loath to take bul """"Shtful terms.
lulion no noble side?" he asked on up farming. Being tempted, he
Till! IKH.I'IIIN IN THE WOOD.
By Ralph Ratm. Kuimi Hart
Davb. 10*. 6d. '-" paxes.
ROGER FROMK grew up il
Dorset to play She organ in the
parish church and curse the squire
and his relations. He loved few
l-nvdy. free-living Ruth was one
his cousin Will, another. On*
awakened the poetry in the boy;
the other his hero-worship.
Indeed, the turning point in
Roger's life, the event which gem
it the twist from lyrical to sour,
was Will's execution for mutiny
in the First World War.
.From that moment onwards
Roger's story loses confidence. It
is as if some of the hero's growing
bud temper had communicated
tsrlf to the author, as if he could
not make up his mind what to do
with his own work The novel d
not so much end as fret itself to
death.
Yet the recollection remain* o
page after page of fresh an<
lender writing, if country MaM
brmianUy conjured up. of a bov-
nd-glrl love gtorj lold in frank
',-, V> -,-,'- V V,'. +'+'+'* vvvovvvv
OUR READERS SAY:

A Smart Fvlluw t
To lhc Edilor. The Adi'ocale
SIR, Your Correspondent
"L.ES." thinks thai b>
an offensive style and quotiiu
figures Uuit ivaMona gave him.
but did Dot IfM him Ih.-v wc*e
dagOd, hi- will appear lo be a ver.
smart and knowledgeable fellow
and one who has asked question
and posed a proposition that no-
body can answer,
His first letter WH mainly
quotation from one you had pub-
lished from me .1 lev.
fore, and the qu<>t-iii< dear and nmj lete 11 irer to the
smart question "I. E S." asked m<*
.a Qm end ot that b Ua> And ii 11
betleve thli let bhn in-
quire what the B. O. Chinese
.siiopkn p4 r 'in' wnen his clerks
struck on him for Mgh>
hIso let him read an
eaptioned -Coiiti.
Liosses" and oppearu
I
ulUmo And if he itHl '
vincwl i> Isold of .in
and Mr. D. D Cl-rner
know anything about shopkeep-
ing?) said in the House on the
13th June, 1950. on the setting up
Of i Wafts Board for Bridgetow.i.
hop Assistants. I cn do no
more,
But I sensed that 'I, E S '' Wai
i man with ;i p
i- my wont 1 proffered my as-
sistance. He replied thai bj did
not aok me for any help, and one
wou",'1 have expected therefore
that l.e would not nave bothered
with any figures. Bul I i
in.in tiiuM not let the opportunity
pasa to publish some percentage
>l>out items the sellimt
prteei i.t which are not fixed on
i bun basis. He convent-
i-itly omtttad tiimie item- thai *
and also forgot thai I had men-
tioned something about quanti-
ties, not men
If you in.ike
' Items of
which tl
.1 turnover
of t-100 i
Up Of $3"!
N
ojusMtrttei to be < ther than "..
average, but they would help an 1
would be a gc^l indication of
the clerkage required. I am told
that If n shopkeeper has a liqimr
department ho alone can estimate
his profit on this item.
Why I. E. S." should worn my
help and still persist in saying
that he has now supplied me with
"air the data I asked him for.
;ii:tl yet I refuse to assist him. I
do not know Hut I will tell him
that I have not neglected him as
he thinks, but on the 10th ulti-
mo Mr L. E Smith. M.C.P.
t.ililed some questions about tho
report ot a Conunlttee aat up ai
the end of October last year So
review pine oontfot, .md ttieaa
questions reminded me of the
existence of this Committee
i. I s.* is axatoful to
the Labour Government for th'-'
Committee and doaa not asptcl
me to set myself up as a second
<>nc No. let us await the report
rtf the l i in th'.'
j th.it the pot
. i'v had proper on,|
a. i b Lima
moor u, 1B50.
Sfgrfgalion
To lhc Editor. The Advocate
SIR.HaU off to Mr Branck.-r
jnd to you. Mr. Edhor for youi
efforta to ban South Afru |
because of colour and racial pro! .
I ems.
But do you know Mr Branckgf
thai An.', ,, ..,.
people and Asiatics from the Com-
monwoahli and that ratvegauoii
u iii force In the British Colonv
<>f Rhodesia, where no coloured
person is permitted to enter a
European hotel except as a ser-
vant and where separate section*
in the bonk, railway, buai
tres. cinemas are provided
segregate our Race?
The matter should,** settled
' for all and ban 0Q mi-
porU not only from South Afrni
but from Australia as well a-
pom the southern states should
be imposed. 1
State should be notified that
recta] discrtmlneUoo
under the Union InkRhodes pi
i also ban
m entry "t< ih.-
nci
Moiaaaafier a IM
THREE FACTORS
And then an engine cuts; a quarter of his
power is lost; the strutting giant slews to
one side.
At such n moment Uie human factor, the
mechanical factor, and the weather factor
all conspire together against the pilot.
Next comes the question of fire. Can any-
thing be done to avoid the probability of fire
if a crash occurs ?
Petrol may one day be driven from the
Held altogether. Jet planes use paraffin fuel,
which has a much lower flash point than
petrol.
The danger of fire after a crash in a jet
liner would be much reduced.
SAFE TANKS
Meanwhile a great safety advance has
been made by the invention of fuel tanks
which cannot rupture and spill their load.
They are called "bag" tanks and are fitted
to all modern airliners.
But many planes still flying, such as the'
Viking, do not have these safety tanks.
I am often asked about the efficacy of radar
and radio aids to landing.
Is it true that they have almost elimin-
ated risk, or is it the fact that all these in-
ventions either cost too much or are not
being developed with enough vigour ?
"TALKED" DOWN
The answer is that systems have been per-
fected which "talk" a pilot down almostbut
not quiteon to the runway.
At a certain height, usually about 100 feet,
the human factor must take control: look-
ing up at this point, the pilot should see the
funnel of runway lights directly ahead of
him.
These systems, then, work perfectly even
in very bad weatherprovided that the gap
between cloud and ground is sufficient to
allow for those vital seconds in which a pilot
must judge and make the transfer from air
to ground.
It cannot work if thick cloud is actually
lying on the ground. That is to say, it can-
not work in fog.
SAVED BY 'FIDO'
Undoubtedly, automatic instrument con-
trolled landing will eventually be sufficiently
developed for airline use.
Already it has been done experimentally
and under perfect conditions. Scientists have
the answer, and it is to be hoped that it will
be quickly perfected.
Meanwhile there exists a device called
"Fido" which consists of two trenches tilled,
wilh petrol, one on each side of a runway.
Ignited, they burn away the fog, forming
clear tunnel above the runway which the
airline pilot may approach on the "talk-
down" system.
"Fido", saved hundreds of bombers during
the war. It is an old, well-tried device.
But here is a terrible fact. High cost of
operation has been allowed to stand in the
way of its installation for emergency com-
mercial use.
Al the moment, only Manston an R.A.F.
field in Kent, has "Fido" in working order.
THE LAST WORD
On all sides I hear people asking why, on
Ul Might last Tuesday, the Viking pilot |
i to land in the fog at London Airport.
RcinrmiRT this. A pilot is captain of his
ship. The hist word must always be with
him.
And remember that, nfter a fatal crash, he
lain ur defend his action.
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TUESDAY. VOVF.MBFR 11 HM
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
r \cf five
More W.I. Workers
For U.S. Next Year
IT IS LIKELY thai a largely increased number of West
Indian workers r**.\ find employment in the United States
Uuring 1951. according to information given to the "Advo-
ett yesterday by Sir Cieorge Seel, Comptroller for Devel-
opment and Welfare.
Sir George returned to Barba-
dos on Sunday from Washington
where he haa been acting aa head
of the delegation which has dis-
cussed the whole question of im-
migrant labour as affecting the
West Indies with the U. S. State
Department Officials and employ-
ers' representatives
AM osmv.rdlrt-.uuni thai He wo, .c^p.,,,*! by Mr
SL k. ? i ,"y~,r^d H O. Roe ot Ih. C D and W
book-binder of HowclU Croaa SMMarlat who acted as Secrrtaij
Road came lo his death by frac- to ,he dclefauon
Uire of the back alter falling into He ,d ,, dUentior.
a w.11was returned by a nine- aa nr decldM upon al tlmo
.TV"? 'J'SP V\,"Hu'ry '"'^ when new. was received that tha
the death of Clovla Holder which pn^i^,,, of the United SUtta had
MM I' (HI II I'OVI OI I 14 I
Book-Binder '*
Death Due To
Fractured Back
Mr.
11-n-
"J* ,!'ekL by "* A J "*"" appointed a Special Committee lo
achdl Coroner of Dittnct -A' aml,. lhc wnolc ,,, of
wa. cone uded yesterday Immigrant labour into the United
O.P.O. which Is sitnsUd at the wharf.
Clovls Holder was ducovcred s,. nd ,, appeared that
in a well at the Belle Plantation n,..,.. wai 6IMnv danger that even
on September 21 in the morning Ule ,>,., nUmber of West In-
and was taken lo Ihe General dla workers in the U S. A. might
Hospital the aim day. but died | reduced. It was thought very
on October 18 about I 50 p m. desirable that delegaUon ahould
,er^r.hehrM.U',qwUor,uSt?. &&"%& auSoTSiV" Z "TD,'E "" """" """' " """ " "* "
evidence before the jury gave vaiue to the West Indian terri-
Ulcir verd'ct tones of these opportunities fo.-
The first witness was Ernest employment.
Lovell who lives at My Lord's
Hill. He said that on September 14 Situation Changed
at about 8.45 p.m. he saw Holder Since that time, the situation
who came to his house asking him had rather changed because >f
to buy one of his pigs. the international situation and
During their conversation Hoi- the increased need for mainten-
der told him that "Life was very Bnce and permanent military
tight He never saw him attain forces by the United Nations
until September 21. countries. In their discussions
The second witness Joseph with the United States uuthori-
Thorne a 87-year-old labourer ot ^m, ,. was quite plain that they
Two Mile Hill said Clovls Holder now anticipated that greater num.
had married his daughter about (.,, ,,r West Indian workers
i.\.- >iar< ago. would be required next year tha,,
Wiiri Holder was reported nt present,
missing he SSSastSd In searching They were not able to get from
tor him. On September 21 while the U. S. authorities
reluming from work he looked figure of the numbers that wei
Into a well at Belle Gully and required. He was sure that
saw Clovls lying at the bottom of because they had
the well. He was conscious and detailed assessment of their re- the 3.500 already
spoke intelligently After seeing quuvmenls. but they told the dele- back pay to Ih,
14 Witnesses Give
Evidence Against
Post Office Porter
- FOUKTKKN mil oi A2 wltiMtMi whom it,,- PraatcuUrsnl
ut calling to try tu prove charges on nix counts against St ,
Clair While, a former porter of the Post Office, gave evi-'
dence at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday. White is
charged on three counts of larceny, the first of a mail bag, i
the second of packets, and the third of certain valuable se- :
curities out ot certain packages. The other counts are of i
receiving stolen property (postal packjges). receiving!
stolen property (valuable (curit.es). and of detention at
postal packages.
in the chain of evidence so far -------- '
th* Prosecution is bringing wil- wm> Uv* " Buda exchanged ,
neases to tell how certain po*ul "*". w,"> hw";, .. _
articles were missing and how ** said that Lpl Nurse cain.j
certain postal articles were loiuid * *."?? V *k^ J".!
it Honour tne Chart Justice ,,,- p_-,i ii., -, .,_, ,..
mMjZcfrmm* is pressing ^ Ngj^aftjpjl I
L Jr^S"* T^ W tUmtllTT and said she had neverl
Reece, SoUctterOsnml. is pro*.- nad JIIV .,..,,,,, ,ti. Wh,u-
iuUng for the Crown. Jainw Clarke. labOUTK al Wlt-
Wruie ls not represented. ,, Ai, lol(( Ul(. v.1Ml hllrt h<
main quesUons White ha> had assisted the police in taking
o far were addressed lo the out postal articles from a pit in
)f the Post Office enquiring White's yard on June 11 He asuVS
wi her any other things were the pit
missing before he was employed deep.
there. He also asked whether he Sgt. William
alone lived at his home.
The Jury has bean empanelled
Case Outlined
Outlining the case to the jury
before any witness were called.
Mr. Reece said that they wen-
producing evidence to show that
White was employed at the Post
Office as a porter on June 10 The
evidence would show that on thai
ALL employees of the St. Michael Vestry numbering ^ ".J"'**fwJJ?J"ork!nf ^Z*- 0rd w"1 Universal
^^^^^j^^^^S^jK1!^, SnS^tt^iSSZ "s'gTSps......................w
The Vestry at a meeting yesterday decided by a 6 to u i,Uo the ,nner part of the Po.t uS%S3 ahSwi the Mrch ...
2 majority in favour of a motion by Mr McD. Symmonds, Office. While's drawer at the Post
VaV.".V.W.VaV.V.-
ft 11. 11\ AI III till I It *
PURINA ;
I'K.iox mow
H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. d,...**. j
V-V.V.V.V.V.V-VA
HARRISON'S "'^'
WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK
A COMPLETE RANGE OF
Th.
MM l
eltl
PAROCHIAL EMPLOYEES
WILL GET BACK PAY
..bout 25 to :
Phillips of the
Central Police Station said that
on June 11, the day after the
porters of the Post Ofik-e were
interviewed at the Police Station.
Inspector Bourne, Cpl. Nurse and
Mr. Clarke of the Post office
along with White came lo Hie
Station. Bourne brought a large
valise which contained various
papers, bags containing swing
hm- st-plc*, a khaki shirt, Postal
Postal
that the employees be given this back pay.
The Vestry will petition the wanted tn assure members that it
Legislature for authority to rsJsS was a good estimate. He had then
a loan not exceeding lu.0OU EoT obtained figures from thi- heads
precise the purpose, this loan to be repaid of the various departments and
ever a period of twenty years these made a sum in the vlcinltv
not exceeding 4 per cent per of $45,000 for all the employees
is lying at the bottom of bemuse they had not yet got any annum. The sum will include He hoped members would sup-
igreed to lor port the molion He knew it was
itabl,sh,"d being said that the scavenger:
After the porters had left. It Offlc
was discovered that someone He said that on June 20 he
had been tampering with Ihe received sume document- from
mall bag. The police went ami ihe Bermuda Police. ThSJ SJSW
searched White's home and live COUBtarfoUl and tun.
certain things were found. recStptl foi leg.stered letters. Ik-
CpL Clyde Nurse said that on <> received a copy of a special
11 he went to Carringto
almi.:
him there he went to the poll
station nnd reported the matter.
He returned to the spot with
the police and ihey pulled him
out of the well.
gau
Week-end Thieves
Haul Over 8100
WEEK-END THIEVES made
hauls of cash und propsrt)
totalling over $100 From the sh
thev would be able to give *taiT of the Cosiudlssiaiiars of actually had to stagi
idea'of the numbers by the Health. On the suggestion -of IpTS their back pay
SOd of January. 1951. ML.D. MoU,Cy *P i,,wa.*
d.-cided to instruct the Vestry'*
"What we have lo do imrricdi- solicitors to amend the figure *i"
alely ls for the West Indian Gov- the petition already in their
ernmenls and the Bahamas to con- hands from 3,500 to 10,000.
Mder the arrangements which will Voting for Mr. Symmonds'
be necessJiry for recruiting and motion yesterday were: Mr. Sym-
supei vising large numbers workers in 19SI. so that we shall prowmVMr T w Miller,
be ready when we are given tha
figures". Sir George said.
In their discussions both with
ihe United States' Govei nmsnl
rcpresentaUves and with the Uni-
ted States' employers, general
ii.tn was expressed of
the work and conduct of wast
Indian agricultural labourers in
the United States.
Village at White's house
with Inspector Bourne and other
policemen, to execute a search
warrant
list from the Bermuda Post
omc.
Mr
h. A. Tudor and Mr J K C.
C-n
strike be-
provided
Now the Vestry had a chance t
do what appeared to be Jus-
tice. Were Ihey goinK to allow
it to be said by these people
that they were the only ones not
represented? If they did what was
proposed now they were sure to
have a contented service, for the
back pay would be given to al).
It was near Christmas and ..
everything should be done to ex- y^ panui Hntj thirt. Bourne I
pedite the mailer if they pansed thc ihtrt Uom ,ht. corf Uite
Against it were Hon. V. C
Oafta, M.LC. and Mr. Trevoi
rowring were at all possible the employees
' II was a special meeting called could get their money for that
by three members of the Vestry casion ^^___
under section 6 of the Vestries w*rTudo^
Evidence Corroborated
Cpl. Darlington of the PoUH Station corroborated the
.-idenee ot Cpl. Nurse about the
While Inspector Bourne was anarch at White's house.
searching a clothes press. White Cpl. Kenneth Hrathwalte. of the
trok a sports shirt and threw it tmgrr-print section of the Central
over a khaki shirt which was on POuCS Station said that on June
cord line running across the in a large envelope was handed
room. Inspector Bourne asked to him by Inspector Bourne, but
White to show him the clothes he could not gel a sufficiently
which he used at the office during elsar characteristic to find
the day and he handed him a linger prints
"Ok Waller Bryon. j clerk of the
ltd Post Office corrolMii.'iiiii Hie

occurrviKV
taken place, for obout 25 years
done, as Mr. Symmonds
of Daniel Urcwstcr at Halls Road
MO in cash *> ist*"
Two boxes of cocoa vauled $43
"ft stolen from the office of
T. R. Hawkins at Tudor Street
while sheep was taken from the
Home of Frederick Phillips at
Weston. St James li is Hm Tin- employers seemed
property of Eunice Phillips of that this sort of labour should
inilinn Ground, St. Lucv. continue to be used, allhouK"
T"1"- PASSING Ol'T parade of ihey made it very clear that it ,,_,. .,, hl,ra ,ho ,-in,
1 Police Recruits will t*e was an expensive type of labour yjnjjd ou^ becjws^tlw Ch^ ^
place nt the District 'A' Police because of the cost of "-ansporta- orU for ,nal day ,0 discuss his
Station at 5 o"clock on rrida> Hon etc., as compared with the mot(ql. a9 nc had promised on ih-*
evening. cost of labour from sources near- rrerc<|i,ig Monday when nothing
OF THE FIVE UallU oilenee- cr to the United States such as llould ^ donc through the lack of
recorded yesterday, only otls Puerto Rico and Mexico. quorum,
motorist was charged for exceed- Sir George said that through- Mr Trevor Bowring said thai ...
Ing the speed limit. One cyclist out their discussions, they had j, had got his notice for the meet- tnen by
was reported for riding In a dan- found the U. S. Government anJ
gerous manner, a motorist for not employers' representatives most
having a rear light and two friendly and sympathetic.
motorist, for not complying with ^ p ^ ^^ c>P-i who
T-HE SI EJECT of the -Week was representing the Eastern Car-
1 of Prayer and World Fellow- 'bbean ^'" ^.^- J^l*-
Bun owes. I-abour Commissio.it r,
of the two Advisers to th*
Daily Bread." The Chairman will delegation are expected to return
be Mr. A. DcL. bnlss, Vice- h>tt.JjJatSgsisfisfcOW kfi
n iHmI nf ihe V V C A The Mr. Walcolt has stayed over in
K*wi,i0,bc,h,o In," th.u s. a_j*-su*%-3;:
special prayer, will bo oflorod far hil" S'aSSSI L V^.ll W.C thai he would summon
i White's
Office uud
Mr. Grannum and
Id that they were
Trevor the molion that day. so that if it k m (f A tv Ms Hc Mid dence aboul the
. - -II -ualMa ! aniMniiu *!* 111111 . * - ilflWIT at the
In Ihe rlahl poekel Bourne wh.1 wa. foun.1
nflle bOOk. There was also a ,,., wll(U.
letter which opened with Hello *
Ij.yne ." While rf the postal .; '(
orders were his PJ^P"1**"1*^' Alxut ISO o'clock, a r.praenta
hot from the office a long tim< Uvp of |h|, B W1A arrived witl
ipportcd the motion when it was SO. airmails. There were four bag'
hrought forwarci on other occas- Inspector Bourne drew his at- (mP ,I111(H ^j. flom Jamaica, 11I1(
Ions and he would not do so now tent ion to the date June , is-au frtim ije,,,),^,, ud iwo heav;
The history of this back pay was and marked Elaine Robinson^ lie oncf flom i^n,i,(n They chwk-
well known: It started nearly two said that |ust as he got Ihe thing* ,,,, tnc imul ulld fUIi them to l>.
in the valise (pointing out a valise ,ntai.|. ||r esrrtsd the two small
to themt he had got the ones losr
were looking al.
pared to support the motion.
Mr. Gale said that he had not
.ii- ago when the Vestry met
id raised the salaries of their
employees. It was definitely staled
road signals.
-*HE SIBJECT of the 'Week
of Prayer and World Fellow-
ship" of the Y. MCA for lo-da>
.vill be "Give Us This Day Our one
majority of the Vestr>
lhg at" 10.30 o'clock Saturday that the salaries would start at a
morning and thought it was too certain dale. When the question of
short a notice for such an Im- back pay came up It was pointed
portant meeting. out lhat the Vestry had no power
Mr. Symsaends expressed regret to pay back_ pay and therefore
..t the shortness of the notice and
Ihe inconvenience he might h_-e
caused members. They would re-
r ember, however, he said, that a
week ago when a heavy rainfall
had most likely been the cause oi
i.ot getting a quorum to dlscuis
his motion, the Churchwarden ha,,
.(Mililv agreed to a request by him
i meeting
rould not entertain it.
try made no promise
would pay back pay H
vote for the motion and was ab-
solutely opposed to it
Mr. Trevor Bowring begged t<
support Mr. Gale very strongly.
Valiie Searched
They searched ihe valise which
ontalncd some post cards
ddressed to Canada and else-
.htre. He kept the tWngs and
Unit they produced Ihem to the I
eon
Id not Magistrate Later In the day they, lock it because he did not I
I."!. S l,v James. Clarke a scav- the key wilh him and beside:
parcels and St. Clair Whll
Com ad ( link.- < . h '.....( mie of
the big paicels He accompanied
Ihem to the circulation depart-
ment where small packet,
stored. The foui packets were put
id Ins ciipltoord.
He closed the di-or after he had
put m the ps> ksb. but he did not
did not ha
Sj
HIJMBER
Cycle Paris.
THESE SPARES INCLUDE:
BACK STAYS
CONES and NUTS
CENTRE BEARINGS
WHEEL AXLES
BRAKE GUIDES
BEARINGS
BALL
CABLES
GEAR CASES
MUDGUARDS
FREE WHEELS
CROWN RACES
COTTER PINS
BRAKE TUBES
REFLECTORS
CHAIN ADJUSTERS
CHAIN WHEELS
Dozens
II in FOB
I.I
North and South Amer:ca.
WOUNDING COSTS 2
A FINE of 40/- and 1/- costs lo
be paid In 14 days or in default
one month'* imprisonment with
hard labour was imposed by His
n
day on
Village.
Herbert was found guilty
wounding (.wenneth Gilkes
October 28.
"Gascogne"
Calls Today
Only three passengers
Mr H A. Talma yester- ho**"1 w1l,h. Mcf
mita Herbert of Eckstein *>A"d.. to sal
On Saturday morning when he
had not received a notice, he
phoned the Vestry clerk who In-
formed him that the Church-
warden had given him instruction-*
not to send out the notice. He
considered this very discourteous
and got in touch wilh thr
Churchwarden. Th
St. Martin's In
Gala Mood
audited bv James Clarke
eoger, carried out a search In th;
pit which waa In White's
ihey took letters out of the pit
. lie beginning of one of them re*
Dear Sybil". .
When the things were taker
fn.m the pit, White wa* present
ken out, Offle Thompson. UUsi
Depose and his wife were ali-o
lresent. The things from the pll
were taken to the Colonial POSl-
PEOPLE. old and young, were 1wr
dancing the bote. rhumba, Jive q^ junc 21 he saw Mrs Sybi
and fox trot at St. Martin's Boys' s,.ai, , pierhead Lane and she
Church- School .><>*,_ Thf^ ,;*'_' handi-d an airmail lettn
i him
ri^ym sstrsnS5 ssftS-ssrs s^ =-
"Advo-
FINED IS'-
the Gascoone when the
cstS" checked yesterday.
The Gasrnane is expccled lo ar-
.ive in iorl about 2 o'clock tin*
ning from Trinidad and will be
meeting -----
forced to lake the present ex-
traordinary step.
Th.v had a parochial service
with a system of grades and pro-
motion, said Mr. Symmonds, and
'le'.iv.ng shortly after_ for Enkhmd |jJ^"^3itned", reputation for the peopl
via Martinique. It will also be tak- mmrh wa5 the envy of the entire
Joseph Uatsuii of Porris Gap ing passengers from Barbados for UUrK|_ it was known that fair-
was i.ned 15'- lo be paid in 14 Martinique pUy was lVen to their employ-
days or one month's imprisonment 0 rrtday> the TjUtch passenger That day they had "<**"
bj HI 11. A. Talma for assaulting ify WHl/mstad, consigned to Hinity to Ireat all their employees
PoliM ConsUhta tTI Uoncl Bur- MgaVs, S P. Musson, Son ft Co.. ln *hc*'*'nc,J?taC,rh(1 vestrv thev
ton on October 28 .jj , ai. .xptctSd to arrive ^JS^LS^tSSStJTSSZ
TOMORRUW Other passenger ships on the of reviewing any matter in a cnim
THE Ladu Nelson \-ill be orriv- U.K.West Indies run scheduled and impartial way. He was there-
ing at Barbados at daybreak to- u> make calls at Barbados during fore making his moUon with every
morrow, Messrs Gardiner Austin ibis month are the S.S. Bonaire confidence that members wouifl
L Co.. Ltd., told the "Advocate" which Is coming from Dover on give it the consideration it Uc-
yestsrday. The Nelson Is bringing November 27 and the Gol/lfo which served.
"cargo and passengers from Canads is expected from England on No- Mr Mottley seconded the rno-
via the British Northern Islands, vember 23. The Bonaire Is con- tion. He said that Ihe amount of
It is scheduled to leave Bridge- .signed to Messrs S. P. Musson. monev proposed by Mr, sym-
town the same night for British JSon 4 Co., Ltd., while the Gol/tlo'i monds for Ihe purpose intended
Guiana vi. St Vincent, Grenadaiigents are Messrs Wilkinson & had also been mentioned by him
and Trinidad flrlaynss Co.. Ltd. at one time In the Vestry, and he
social entertainment for the
St Martin's Festival.
The St Martin's Festival began
,.n Saturday and will continue
.III Sunday. It Is particular y
PILES
Sufferers from the maddening irntatios, S[
the exhausting, agoni-arg pain caused by J
pilesdo not wait until piles (bjemor- \
rhoidsl reach such a tenible stata that a ,*
serious operation oiay be necessax7. Ask
your chemist all about this special remedy.
He knows the ingredients from which
das Isssxpeoaive and scientific remedy is
tads. He can show you. too, the special
ausplicaaot fixsd to each tube of Man Zan,
which makes the use of this soothing,
hlif sssfass* so clean and simple- .
Maa Zaa la aa ordissuy oiataatoL It
la prtaared for ass parses* aolyTo aod
UM irritatsse, alUy the HsSsSSSSsSS and
lldsiMly banish pile*. Frost the my
Srst application you feel (be imtaUoo sod
inflammation ending, and if yoa will only
SSBsSSSSS. never more will you be tortured
with the agaay of pikss, m
I Man Zan Pile Remedy is sold by
ttisaishi ererrwhere, incioding special
SSSSSS aapbaunr. Remember the name
f this BSteadid remedy
ManZan
PILE.REMEDY
1 St Philip
Rev. H. V. Armstrong, Vicar
Of St. MHrtin's. who was recently
appointed Rector of St Philip's
Church, told the Advocafe that
this was the fourth year that the
Festival has taken place It takes
the form of a social entertain-
ment for the people of St. Philip
and services are also held.
and Mrs. Tudor
In the valise he found >
uuantity of post cards addressci
to people abroad which appai
ently never had been poau-i
found an invoice >
lie
mt ;
Those who attended jumped and
lived as the Police Band playe Calabash". "Matilda" and "Blue-
berry Hill". On the lighter sli
....dais and two good fell
cheques. In the bedroom we..-
found 12 packages of Singer
ripper and threader machine
tarts and 22 clinical thermome-
ters.
He and other policemen ircom-
l-mled by White went to *!**
office on June 14. When While-
mawer was unlocked, a letl. i
...Idressed to Ketiah Sobers along
Ith other articles were dlscov
were 'Night and Day", and p"*?. packages of swing
Always" while the programme Twenly-iBitwssss* ,
, ded wilh "The Day Thou Une staples wL^0Urtnrto,.''ju, ,-
Oavest" and Abide With Me" n0"* " was arrested on jun
The parishioners were treat
key
expected more mail
Bat,' Gasst
Aftii .i while when he w
bach to the cupboard. u I
Bermuda was missing After
search, he telephoned the Post-
master to Inform him of the Inei-
He said nothing. When they WSfi
He sssrebsdth-
M, .ritual mail snvslops whlcl
onlalned reglnten'd h-n-
r 7
free drinks and eats
rryone had a good time althongl
S rain did not permf
tertalnment.
Stamps MbslfiK
Sybil Sesky. stamp *ollrrt'1M:r
Pierhead Lane, said that mr
Viola Booker, a friend of m
F
TO-DAY'S FOOD.
,^_____A
YciTwn*y '-'- w ? M,':'J'
EVAI"ORATED MILKPar Tin ................3
PLUM I'UDDINOSI-lb Tin ........................ -J?
PLUM PUDDINGS2-lb Tin............. J?
SINGAPORE PINEAPPLE CUBESPrr Tttl Mi
SINGAPORE PINEAPPLE SLICESP- Tin 52 1
GOUDA CHEESEPrr lb ................. "
MIXED SWEETSPar lb. "
CHICKEN IIADDIESP.r Tin ............
LllTONS TEA V,-lb PkB....................... *
HSINZ I'ICKI.EI) WALNUTSPar Bo!
PEEK FREAN TWIGLETS-Per Tin 121
HELLO
EVERYBODY!
Sttirl y Shopping farlff
if Hun-
vm. I III I s BULLS. -IHHMF.IS
SC^Jlj. Wrap them up now for Xinav
jtied Assortment
SI IVVfl/H SI Ml 'A I,,.. Ltd. KNIGHTS LTD.-*". BRANCHES
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
Hanutilchad wilh 'i Inch ham.
Each ............
WOVEN POPLIN SHIRTS In Strip., wilh
Truh.nU.d Collar allach.d. Slia. 1417
Each M.80 4 $4.43
Wilh S Mparato Trubnlad Collar, lo
match. Each ............................. *"6
"BENCOLA" STRIPED PYJAMAS. Smart
Daalana. SI... 38 to 44. Suit S5.48
"ENDEAVOUR" STRIPED CAMBRIC
PYJAMAS. Good daakliu. SUM 38
61c. lo 44 ln>. Each $8.91 a S10.33
HAND PAINTED TIES with .poctal daalana. Each S2.2S
TOOTAL TIES lor Boy.. Smart dagin. and
Attractiv. Colouring.. Each ................ 83c.
TREE DECORATIONS (Lovtlr AawM-tmanll
TINSEL. COBO TAO
JACK riOST. BALLOONS.
HAND PAINTED TIES lor Boya In Tory
Attractl.a Daaiqna. Each .....................
90c.
Xbim Wranplag Pap. Xi.
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Slkrd BtcU
Upton* rranch CoRm>
llumplirr- . L ii n eh*
aiicM
Manoilp
INCE & Co., Ltd.
and 9 Kicbuok Sti
Dial 2338
lifference ... I
-^
%
Her child's old frock looks new-
hecause it's always
washed in LUX
Wash all prelty iluthcs regularly in gcnllc
dainty Lux Hakes and sec how much lunger
they Urn! Fur Lux in.ikes colours stay
lovely, keep* clothes looking like new!
You'll be thrilled with the long liic Lux
gives your dainty clothes.
Keeps all dainty clothes like NEW
HEALTH BENEFITS!-/
* CONTAINS VITAMIN A I D
IN A DELICIOUS FORM
-A- Increases resistance to illness
ensures strong limbs
and sound teeth in children
Haliborange
The niceti way of taking
HALIBUT LIVER OIL
* By ILL EM I IIIIOIII LID., LONDON

YOU SAW 3 WAYS
whan you operate these taw-cost
A1 orris-Commerci'a/ 25/30 cwt. trucks ^jP
to lugh-fflkic
FUEL CONSUMPTION IS nmiK
ecooomy engine which develops 41 b.li.p.
MAINTENANCE COSTS LESS rugged construction of charais,
gearbox and engine wuhitandH hardesi working conditiona, means
fewer overhauls.
REPLACEMENT COSTS
ARE LOWER because Murris-
Commcrcial trucks arc built to
nay on the )ob longer.
25/30 cwt. van
Reduce delivery losis with this
unart, eewnorrucal 15 jo cwt. van.
Ovcr-sixe capacity 24J cub. 16.93
cu.bl solidly buih 1.x hard work,
sliding cab door*, lull-width rear
doors, access to load from driver's
cab.
MORRIS-COMMERCIAL
FORT ROYAL 4.ARAGE
Phone 2385 Sole Diitributort Phone 4504
FASTER SERVICE TO
BY B.O.A.C. CONSTELLATION
IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.W.IA.
Regular Bpeedbtrd Servtea to
flftyone Countrta oa all all
roatiosnti nu-ana Ibal raw
Journeys are too far, a#sd taks
too long.
OaTT THCRK BOONaTR | ETAT THERE LOHOBR I
No tips or extraa for comfort
that reflects ii.O.A.C'a 31-yeu
old tradition of gpeedbird Her
vice and expertenea.
From Barbados to Plying Time 1 Flighte Return Farr
Kingston by B.W.LA. .. London ,. ,. "; Hre. 1 Woeklj 1 1 Dy 2 1U.00 10* lira. \ t 1 1,467.00
AIM Rsolsr Epaadbtrd Sarrtcast u SmraM ! awrtli Amarlas.
B.O.A.C. TAKES GOOD C4RK OF YOU
Book through your local
B.O.AC*. Appointed Agent
who maters no charpe .
advice. iB/ormarlfm or book-
ing* by "SpeedtHra"
sir ronttnants.
Mil B*"
% FLY-BOAC
BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORPORATION
BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED
LMFW Ml * BiiliHlll


TI l>n\V NOVEMBER 14. ItSO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS. gjgt
PAGK SFVf.N
TELOHOHl MM
D1U>
STY- DAVID Lai* op-M|,
lea***.** *l*l. Ctt. vnttrdl)
funeral will Wave Km late r*aaa>
IlonnrM Brinon- Hill nt 4M pin l-
uav Sot the BflmonT Brethren MiaaUwi.
Bead, tl Mhi*l and thenc.
i* th* weatbury Ctiwiu) Pnerwta and
ass aaked lo extend thi.
Etato Idey 'u"i-i ru.tece and
PrnB SMry Naval Mil*m
THANKS
W* the urderaagned through thu m
fileneV who attended lit* funeral
Cleopatra Yard*, anil wreatna. and
any Way **p*****d thetr avmpethv lo
u. in our reretit bffammmi
Dudley Y.W H.iaba<.di painter.
Kretha. Ban. Pl iD*uWii K,kt iH
IN MEMOtUAM
In loving mnitocv of our <** htlmrd
ont. Aie.itr Wood. who departed thl
Ufa on 'pth November. IBU
Hear la lha gi*vc In arhtch ah* la laid
Dear lha mamortn that mmi ahall
Sad*
aaat la the hop* thai again we i
Kneeling together -t Jreu*' (eel.
Mm Lilian Amy. Mm Millirent Breth-
waite 'daughter* i. Dotridge Wood l
Klleeii Wood id>ught*i-in-lawi. Mra. G
Olllani ! uid-daughier-. 0 fraud* an.
1 irMl-iiinM. ii i: ' I
In BMXierv of out dear mother E Want
|H ,, Kovmbar 13. MM
Gone but not lorgolicn
God be *llh jou nil r men ng.ln
By Hla eounarla guide uphold >ou
Wtth Ha .heep aerurelv lo4d you
.. ltd you (111 we meet again
Kudo Una. Ala, la. Dorothy. Marian
I Trinidad'. David.
I ivUtteUMM mil Bjrtav ilU..b*nd'. Mr

I Mr* Mi
-,.
\lr
i ou sin;
AUTOMOTIVE
CAHOn* IBM Hlllm*
II !
CAM New Standard Vanguard *
,1-tr. Cara and New Vanguaid
1 uk- ii. foicfc K*r*il*nl Value. Ptwne
OH lOT d-mertatratlon. Che I *a Garage
ilV- l.i.i Pir^f..!.! Street
14 II
ONE Wandaid o-po.ii MoaKl h.p.
.cater Motor Car No reaaonoWe oft*
''Vlu^tiENgrlAI. AOENCY CO ___
B"do*< LTD
14 II mil 111 Phone 4*1
raso-
VUKMil-RK
PfJMMIIURB- New and gi-ed claaa
r"cond-hand furniture in Mat.ooan,.
Birch and Pin*, large variety at Ralph
Ueard'a Show Hoomr Hardwood All'.
iQppo'it* U* Cathedral', open dailv:
a am to 4 p in Phono *SB3
II So-dn
MECHANICAL
I'lHIH Millie
BRAMBLEY WaWrfard Oi.,. .
chavl Prom November I.I. (ullv fan
lahed rraidenr* Fne par*-ruler.. Phfn*
THE PHARMACEUTICAL
SOCIETY OF BARBADOS
Member* are aikrd lo not* that lha *. Putty furs lahed and equipped'
taanaU General Meeuni will be hold I f"*"*" ** bathlauj Private
i the YM.C.A. on Thurrda, November Coo*. Butler available
Tal ai-M Appointment to vu
. bom
To retei
and Am
jaajaaa
F-inantial Slalcment | ISPUIANEA Hi
AOatHKA
po taw r
aaj 11.^
ftaBalk
H A MAW.
IZA Hilt, '
aa Coaat >hoi
SJTSr.,
iK.
IUeU>UHBD UFwTAIRs ri^T-rro-
i* HPYaaabat. 1M0. at BRlARTinoi
Collrmora Rock Pnonr z*rt
m awnfovravi no
Annual Agricultural and
Industrial Exhibition
NOTICE
He-CLOSIMO OF bbSTRUB*
DKIaion 1 CATTLE
Entrance Pa* I par eihibit **o*vt
Iho** Irttlli ownad and awhlblted bf
Peeaanta tn Claaa n
Enuaneo re 1/- par exhibit.
D.M.U.I, 3 SWIN*
EnBanc* Pee 1/- par eahlblt.
NUTX-Th* above mine, will rhwa I
not later than pm, on Prtday. --------
iTih November, ltd*, al the Seeiw I
Ury'a OfAcaw Maewa Bov*U A Bkrat*
Butldiiia, Iaicob Street
Dttnoon 4 GOATS A SHEKP
ntrance Pa* I per aahibn awaSI
irmac anhnala owned and aahiblied by
PLATSmall ronuTortable unfurnlahe
Plat at Hlrfccat* Houa*. St. Michael
Varamt now Par further particular^
pawn* 4SM. WUklnaen llayne. Ca
Ltd Offtce T II * t f.n
HOUSat ill Double tool board aid
ahtrurled houw attuated In White Hall
main Road Apply Mra R H v-d,
prenuaai Land ran be r*n'-4
Ii II --n
ROOI
Mttlnf
Iboardr on SEA.
1 -iltable fDr yonnaj rukiple
| Apply: Ca.uarlna Club. T,
Two large lintiahed na-l-
aaa. with or without hit
I'Liam-hn- temia
. Clai
arUona t
n.'.ile. .
Utar than 4 p
November ItM.
-rt..e. Mean* 1
1.-.>a. Street
Divlaton FOUUTRY
me* Pm 1/- par *ahibn
aawtsjaj M
Dlvlakan will cloae no-.
n on Friday. *4tn
at th* Secret*-
-ell at Skoaa* BuiklKf.
lnsld entrlaa
mak. and ihre.
V-
*
BMJ|
""MM______
BMUaaja
Rule No
ahlblta
OFFICIAL NOTICE
llAJaBADOS.
P.' THX ASSISTANT COl-RT or
APPKAl.
'Rtultable Juried let ton i
VA1-DP.MAR LAVD4GTON McCliAN
Plalntl"
AMB\' AMELIA *T CI-A1H AlXAh
DeleI.m
Dl pur.uancr ol an Order in thin
i the above at-UOd made nn |h
day of October I Pen I live SOI
lit
thla m*
Pawla. Turkaya. Duck, and Rabbit*
H entrlaa tDMBt b* Baada on Hie an-
roved lorm ol th* Barbedoa Po.uw*
Aeaoeiat,on. and bo rant together wl|h
the necaaaary leva to Mr O C Cotbm.
( a Hitrnway. A Tranapart OtBce. -.ut
Uter than J p m on Thureda> Ht*l.
Win ember ISM.
UivtaTOn t PIOBOHS
Entrance Pa* 1/. par hibi!
All entiara |n tnU !>, muM n.
adeon Ihe approved form ol Ihv B.^rb.,.
jreUier with the nn im fa*, n, air
rielda. C/o Central Foundry LW.
Head not Utar than 3pm in
Thursday, rath November. 1U0 Cntrira
Irai eahlbltora conaent to the
the Show and of lha Sawbadoi
Aaaociation
N b LATP fwmrm u
Kf- ItECEIVED
October II
lareat in or any
laeiUur All that
'I of Xaaid attnate
the aald pailah ol Saint Pater and
land aforeaald (ontalnlna U. admeaaure.
n.*iit twenty perrhei by ihe eame. more
or toaa buUInf and bmaradiiuj on land-
new or late of one Archer, on land. ne
or la l* ol one Porata and on Ah-Il.-h
,or tat* of one Fide and on Arehara
Lane aforeaald or however alar lha
aam* may butt aad bound To brine
brfm
KUinbrar.t
with their wtlneaaei. docummih
vuehar*. to be sammed by m* .".
fuaadav. or FTtday betwron inr
I lha OfBce
Poulb?y
NOT.
' *F|
th* Cl*rh ol
. il al th-
baaar* the
NEW VALKYRIE nlCYCLOBar.
hlpmeil ol Ulcycle J^Ha. T.n
Tube* r.t bargain pfWd*. Lome a
.., ntr" is"'1
Pinfold l4"
POULTRY
MISCELLANEOUS
* R Pt-TTHKIN
prrrtary
NOTICE
THE PAR4SR OF ST. 1.1m
Ura*I AppUcatlora far one ar more vacant
i and y*-" RXhlblllora. for the Cokerlda:*
a P"! I ""'Pol Will be received, fey the under
LW *"*!, up lo NovepUker Mm. IBfdlT^
. -1 i Application forma a.aa full partkrvilar i
1 ** obtained at the Parochial Treaa-
- > Orrice a.iTIiul Tuevday, 10 00 to JIW
Thiifad.m io Oo to IM a m Satin-
Cay. IP 00 to I1M Noon.
Ci 51 CORBIN.
Parochial Treaaurer
.lia*-4n
Court Houee. Btid|eti
Hh day ol December 1*. in moe.
thai aueh alaima may be ranked BO-
cerdlrui to the nature, and priority
lhareof r*apactlv*ly: olherwiae aurh
paraona will ba precluded from th*
fa an ad t of th* aald Decree, and be de-
prived of all claim on or afmtnet the
v>Id property
Clarmanta are alao notUtod that trjt.
murt attend lb* aald Court on Wednei
day. the BKh day of Decernber IMu. it
10 o'clock am when Iheli aald claim"
will be ranked
Olven under my hand thla Mil day
ol October ISM
I. V GILKES
A CUrk ol the Aiilatanl Court of
Appeal
IS 10 900n
BUGGY AND HA HNESSBuddy with
wheel* pood, alldht r*palr U, top- w
I i..,r,.e-a In iood order no IBMIMIlBIl
nfler refused. Apply to Other B ,ror*c
Mlddleton. HI Geofd* II.1LWan-
NOTICE
ji I
GALVANIZED PD?ES l 4". J
and i- alo salewnuad aheeta
1ft anl Ml tonith* Enduire Auto
" Company, Trafaujar Street Phono
IB.'
Apply u.
W Georav
AND CART- In good con-
raaaoraable offer refua.il
to Other E Porda. Mlddlalo..
HlimEJUSED COATS-I'
mvellliul wa have a an* a
beiur quality niboertahad e
for aprlnf and ddflr. Italy
wh delachable hood 110.00 **rh.
Modern Drew Shoppe. Broad Btrrt
i H
tllAMIHHl Woull
a nK*> Shampoo lhai leiivea *i
...ft. dloary nd Iniuht Then tr;
..1 llubbanl
RnlftilVt Lid.
Pi-e dl IB opl
-I1W R
IIASTIt- KAINCOATS BjrdaU* .n
ljdiea' ria-Ur Raincoat* fat 40 each
Plaatlc Head Tic- In ApaerMd t^Olotira
M. epeh. The Modern Dreai Shoppe.
Broad st.ael._______________S.ll.tfr-fa.
. in alock Harriet Mukbar.
Aver Skin Lotion which l> a non-drylnd
repdwnar fr -n Ivpe* i>r ah I
..id- in refinliur the i-- m KNIGHTS
LTD llll 90In
W* ala.i haaw Harriet lliibbard Ayer
nita*". foundation lotion for
Hie ullv oi *hin> akin, In aborted ahadea
Pi tec 1140 bot.-KNIGHT H LTD.
II 11 IS-On
WANTEEf
HELP
RARRADOa COTTON ROW|M
AXROCIATaON IfMCI
Meeabera are notified thai the 0th An-
nual Oeneral Meetini of the Wen Indian
Sea Uland Cotton AwnclaUon line will
be haU al Queer,'* Park Houaa on
Friday ITth mat. at P.U am. and ar*
invlled to attend the opeiurar meetlnd
when hi. Eirellenry the Goternar will
te preaanl and five an add re a, wekom-
lr^ th* vuallnc deleantra
All nitri lire Invlled lo attend
i. P. rvtiin J
Hon tecrelai)
nilSn 'n
PliBLir SALES
AUCTION
FOR SALP. at Public CompetiUon nt
th* other of the under'ianed mi Thursday
:th day of im-ciiit>ei. ISM. at p-m.
ALJ- THAT nea-ap or aim* known
aa No. 44 Swan Mrret. brUwi a three
Mr** biiiMliul atandmf on 1.SBU aqnarc
fert of land and abuttlraf on Swan street
and Bollon Um Toother *"<*> ""
Goodwill and .t.k In trad* of the bud-
n'B known aa th* "Supply Bterea" car-
ried on In ire fround B.-.r of the apkl
bulldlna;.
For lupNUan and further particular*
apply to the Uenarjcr ol the Suppl.
MBS
< OTTIX CATFORD A CO
MISCELLANEOUS
Bicycle auil
1140
11.1110 tlr
BtlXCS All klnda of Card Board
Boaj other than corrudated card.
AppO* Advocate Binding Dapt
llnlf fiepl
M 10 M I
paiino urrsT
Mr* ROnE. MnuApr Houer. Marlm
Garden* would like paying gueat
rharmlng houa* and garden S4
brcakfa.t and tea SIM other n.e.li
when required. Telephone STM
One Lightning CoedHirtm
II
ALEXANDRA SCHOOL
WANTFH
May ISM. an A. lanl Mi.tren
teach one or nun- ..f the following:
I. I^ltn. French. Spanish. >Uthe-
Salary, according to qualiflra
I i
f.T
Secondary ...
Application*, alat ng qualiflcaliona and
Ublecta offeied. and accompanied by
teatimonlala. muat reach the Headmla
tnas n*4 later than February ISlh
ii 11*0an
I win aell by Public CompetiUon .i
my '< VICTORIA ffTRatrr. fj
PR1DAY ITUl St S p.m. SMO aq ft.
land at Chaddlrton Road Be I moot
DiatrM-t with board and thlngl* houae
ronUlnlng open gaakary. 1 dden draw-
nut. dining 1 bedroom a -Aieual out
.^P'e. for inepeclion and rondltlona of
apply Dial 3S4T
V ARCHER McKENZlE
14 ll.SS-dn
REAL ESTATE
BUNGALOW At Brighton. Black
Rock. Jiut completed and atandlng on
7.2*1 aqiiare feet of land with right ol
way to aaa. 1 atodrooma. Tiled Batn
and Mlem Kitchenette Oeriage and
Scrvnl'a Ouarten Apply HUTCH-
(NSON A HANI IE1.Li Phon* 4341
S II -4n
OFFICIAL SALE
BARBADOS
IN TTTE; ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPFAI.
iEquitable Jurladiclioti
VALDEMAH IJlVlNClltiN M.-.1J \S
"' Appeal dated th* lllh day of Octo-
ber ISSO there will be u up for atk*
lo ihe hldheal bidder al the Office of
lha C1*rk of Ihe Aaalrtanl Court .'
Appeal at the Court Houae Bridg.-io-i.
14 W itnesses
Give Evidence
ftaa- pace S
floor. Ii wag iom ani noUimc
wg m it In[>e>cior Bout
tKrWdd him BIMM aTtatfas Whi.'l
h*Kl been found al White's rajs)-
rtenre He nhowed him someclir.
leal Ihernumteirrs I'ht-rmaneU'i-%,
and Intrannit mall, had bcrn mat-
ing Irom the Pom office lie was
also shown four lest!..
which had been riveted on to in-ill
bags
He Braai trt Carrington'g Vtlter
at White'-i home and saw Its
Police clean off postal letters.
Inspector Bourne siked i ,-
people of the house if they harJ
thrown aii.v ol the postal article
in the pit. but thev said Usr"
had not
Clarke then gave evklsnce t
corroborate evidence which h. i
been given already about Uw
search m White't drawer at ihd
Pots Oflkt
Mr Henrv ArmttrnnK. Qolo-
mal Pnstntiister naid that on JUlN
10. Mr. Hobert Clarke was on
special duty. Clurke lelephon-.
him about 4 15 pj
.luTel\ OfttlW) M Hal Pi
Clutc look Un Into the ladiei
t'-il**' .iriil nhowcil him a Ian?
which m.in t IMlipt>
He wei [^.,i PuhVe
Station on June 11 and Inspector
Bourne shotrntd him i quantity *
postal JrliOMM
Article-. IdcntiTied
Alter ulentifying certain puSMl
ti.le* which had been missing.
Mr. Armstrong said that on June
12 he went in the circulation
branch and was shown a bunch
of letters under a tray with prin*.
ed matter and nearby was a small

nail Airmail letters had nn
ng in the circulatim
branch, only newspapers and ottK*
itch printed m. *
He ilun id.-nlilled certain artl-
les which the police had founrl
at White's home and which haa
been it.transit for St l.uika anii
had been missing
Kenneth Pile and KenneiA
Springer, two clerks ol the Pott
Dfl iroboraled the .-\ i.lon,,
of the Postmaster about the sir*
I letters being with the print-
ed matter.
Kenneth Lewis, another eleri-;.
id that on June 10 he had be*.
orking at the Officr- Shortly
before 4 p.in in the Indies' toilet
saw some paper other thir>
toilet paper in the toilet bowl
When he was in the Public Build,
ngs* Yard. Mr Clarke called hin
ind showed him an envelope in
:he toilet Mr Clarke afterward-
telephoned for the Postmaster nn I
the police.
Joseph Brewster -^m that bi-
le ft Barbados on April 23. 1841
ri went to Bermuda to work i.-i-
ick In
Bag BBO
till.
of 12 i
... Friday. "
if Dacerrkber IM"
All that certain piece or parrel
land altuate at Arehera lane in n
aald pariah of Saint Peter and lalai
aforeaald containing by admcaauren e
i*atil perihva he the aame mole i
lea* butting and hounding on l-.m). iui
r late of one Arehar on landa new i
ate ol one Ford* on other landa na
or late of one Ford* and on An1'
lane aforeaald or however rlar Uie nan
may butt and hound Ami .( not 'hn
aold th* aald propeelv will be *el i
fan aale on every aurreeillng Friilay II
iween the name houia unlil Ihe un
1- aold lor a aum not leea than 41 I
Dated Oil*
' October lino
i Dork \ Ml " irned > I?
m <
Bermuda at
. Mabel Breweter On \
Juno 5. Itafi he pogteel a reglsier*.i
i.iv wife It contain*.! ,
I a u.i letters for t* 10s. He kep: |
the couTnertoil.
\: ihe Lourt he prndueetl the
tei-eipts he got rrorn the PeaM
I Bermudo
Alistair Hirt.-hinaran. elerk em-
ployed by bVWJ A .aui that on
June 10 he delivered four asgCattM
of mall al the Post Office.
The case was then adjourned
until to-day
'-*.-e*-*--,*,*,*,*#',-,V.
BrdVU. HVa FLASH
Your OdVe Diary. lv.au Lai
Dtor>'. Eiaagu ml Cat*-
Prafaaaiaiail Dlartoa n.r ;
iota faa alao have f- |
nva CVe> vau will like
ObNWV* UTATIONEltV
The Old Time (.old
Leaf Ware U here again al
JOHNSONS llARinVAI.r
01II HAKRISOMAN
SaHIETV

MeetitiK of uM OM Bi
ui llarriton College un C
W#xlnesdo\. 15th Novem- \
her
SHIPPING NOTICES
0t 4 4a p l
AGENDA
To ISC He11 PI -
Statement.
To appoit.t an
Secretary
Gfneral Business

S GITTKNS
Hon Sec IA
DO YOU WANT TO
WIN $100
FOR XMAS?
High School

, valu-
iv.rt OcUiber ....
i -' PM rjgBSBdl u-
badoa
> lulled, hard Sraaen an
Cargo g*a*t>taa on
all* Fraemai
let ite S*(>t*ml>i
-' Davot
ample apace r
I general carg.
l, :.>.* Lin.
I at t Mad '
lor farther yartk-ulara appi.
It'llNISS WITHY t Co Ltd
TRINIDAD.
H W 1
A DA COSTA Co
BARBADOS.
W I
AtaNTS

ilarshlp tunrt to


neo. ^trn'^
i | ring al 5 p-m
T/cdncsday 20th December
Tlkeis obtainable from any
pupil. LiceTKi- I
drawing grantiii ta kirl
nennissinn of the Commis-
Monei .if Police
repf Cargo and
n.W.I. Schooner try. new.
Assoelallon Inc.
V------* 9m
llKlf 4-Oi -rt.in
VlffNI"
rr-Mti:
STKAMLIl
CANADIAN SLKVI.l.
.ol TNBOl ND
Name of Ship
AlfOA PARTNtlt
ALCOA PEGASUS
AltVXfA POLARDs
Maaltral

Novembn I
Hovemler J
Balll.a Itarhade*
--.ember 1*1
November l.tih Nuvembar El
Novomber .-fth D.*embet ll|
Mil. I II".H Nil
THANI'SSALE
I'ltiMi. \vm HINKV snti it DIAL SIN
tl.WY AI.LI'KING OaVPBU AUAITINC; \ LADIES .'
Embroiderix* ANGLAISE in ch-UinUi
has just arrived. Quantity limiied.
,...mm.a.li<."
e*.--*.*-*.'-*-*,*.*-- *---*--.--
LOST
HUM!
FOUND
TIE C1.IP Gold Tie Clip Of. aaj*
November al Clerrlaon Saaannah. Owner
reemwr ..m. on idrntilk-alion aid
| i .
I < 11 fd- Jn
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
Traa application
nldra ol l^ajuor U
ranted to him m n
_ iivanlrad anop at
elwrn Allevi*
e No fM ol lsa
r'nti board .> J
i-.-' Spring. .
ire aald
board and galililnd eho|
Cave mil. at. MichaeL
Dated thla lot" d> * November. l*i
T A M.-lJttU Pan .
Pollc* Maglalrate.
Dtatrlil A"
SSg-WYN AIJeTYNP
AppNca-i
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES
AFFIXATIONS FROM WOMEN FOR TRAINING AS Mill
WIVES AT THE MATERNITY TRAINING HOSPITAL
Applications are
and 30 for training as
Hospital.
The course of training will extend ovvi
will start early in February. ISS1.
Selected applicants will receive training allowance of $14 Ml
vited from women between the ages of 1J)
nd wives nt the Barbados Maternity Training
i period of 18 month" i
pa*
riti,
Applications should be addressed to the Matron. Maternity Hos-
pital. Bank Hall. St. Michael, and should be submitted not lster than
.he 30th of November. 1BS0. 14.11.50.3r.
"ROCK DUNDO"Slluate at Cav* HIH
SI Michael, with approkimately M
Acrea of Land. CmanaUng of SO Arable
Acrea and 11 Acrea In Boor Oiaaa and
Boede
The Arable Acreage la aa follow*
Plant and Ratoon Can** M
Preparation 0
the Hau** eonlama tbra* bedrooma.
toilet and bath, drawing and dining
roomi. librnry. Qfgee, ckaaad gallery
-I kllcnan Servant* roini gar|g>
nd other out bulldlnga. two concrete
rain water tanke with a capacity of
M.SM gallona let tile light and
Company** Water Thra* ml lea out ol
town, bm aarvtea. Bkdtobla far Dairy
or Development Inapaclion Tueeday*
and Tnuradaya U noon to 4 p m.
Offer, for above will be received in
writing by Colin P B Seal*. Boveli
A Skrate. Luc.
WANTED
-"* reaz*
By tl
mchgel
Veatry of Ihe Pariah of St
Klchael
UndeT the aufhortty of the St Mtrh-
ael'a Pariah Loan Act IBM '1S4BMl.
Th* Veatry dealt* lo borrow from in-
peraon or peraona. bodlea potlllc or
corporate willing lo lend Uie aame. I
turn of money not evceedlng
Thouaa.ul Fh-e Hundred Pounda
Iwlng port ol gllOOfi ..ulhori.
lha *ald Act. al a rat* of Int
exceeding four pounda per c*i
THE CAHDE-N IIOtrfP 1*1* raaldenc*
ol Hon. H Challenor. wrth acre, i
perehaai of land Mluato at Own try Road
Bridgetown
The dwelling houa* aaraalr*. apaclou*
Drawing and Dndng Itoaato, Bntim.
room*. Break faM nMH
Kitchen on Marn floor
(ihrooma
S.BMi.,"o"enm*n' w*M*r and
a under I throughout a aananto roenia. garagn
*r*at not -Oibla. etc in yard Tennla Lawn and
.turn par beautiful garden*.
I Iraapactlon at any time aa eewhtcall.": in
a tendering muat elate Ihe mini- tbe caretaker on th* pr*ealin
ite of InTered the* are prepared Thla properly la wtahba I ridawtoa -nlk
Prior eofuidrraUoa will be ; "-", nm-.i street
.eta at Ihe moat favourable Offer* In writing to be aanl lo ihe
under*! gned
v^AJtwooe, a gtm-o
Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order. 1950. No 36 which will be publhhed in the Official
Gazette of Monday 13th November. 1950.
1. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail sell-
lng prices of "Sardines In Oil" (j Other Brands are as follows -
Sardines in Oil:
(e( Other Brands
RETAIL
WaotElAXE P*ICE PKICE
( more than) (not snor than)
$14.20 ikt case of 100
tins of H ozs. or
si 80 per 12 tins. Ilk tl per 3| t
(h) the Hants "Sardines in Tomato Sauce" and "Sardl
Smoked In Oil" have been deleted in its entiret> fum
the Control of Price-- (Defence) (Amendment) Order,
IM0, No 23
10th November. 1950. u n.60.2n
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PACE F.ICOT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1*5*
BARBADOS TURF CLUB
Horses Drawn
Hill I IIIIM
nun -mil- ID k i MO J 6479 rtawta romns rarrs
Oatcake 101 lit 917.952 00
Sun t^ueen H 2137 10* 17.952 00
CqOMo II99K ( 3rd 4.928.90
Rebate L 2448 1 4,928 00
Atomic 11 DD 21*1 H 1.642 86
Flame Flower t)I< 5252 8, Sth 1.642 66
Fheuxce V 0190 11 1,842 66
r * ni 1 3809 7) 842 03
Tiborlan Ladv D 4414 71 Sth & 9th 842 03
Vanguard Mil S338 7f 842 01
Watercress Z 49S8 V 842 03
Pnrtv-nine ( !) Other Horse* a 7fi.7 Kach
B 1200 . s HM82 M.H-llllf
D MSS . S 1718 Infusion
C 0413 plrcmlfi S 7018 Blue Grass
F 06M T 8424 Mils Friendship
p 8920 V 572 Cross Bow
H 73 V 0085 Pharos II
1 7482 Kendal Fort V 0402 Soprano
1 8308 . V 8576 WHmar
J 4410 .. Vixen W 4113
K 8001 Front Hopper W 1090 Gunsite
L 2189 Kiritcad X 3061 Musk
1. 2340 Usher X 2153 Pharllte
1. 8204 funster nation X 9941 Kitchen Front
M 1118 Tango X 2398 River Sprite
N 7254 . St Mont/ X 4881 Blue Diamond
N 0718 Fair Balla Y 0285 Bachelor's Folly
N 2695 .. b "Xttiivi V J999 Hl-Lo
N 8158 . A A 71 IS Mary Ann Apollo
O M76 .. Sun Jewel A A 0013
P otu .. Elizabethan A A 1128 Dunese
P 122* .. i ran Roach CC 0196 Miss Panic
Q 0172 . April Flower* rr hoso Nan Tudor
Q 1322 BF 0540 First Flight
R 8800 Dulcibella FF 1790 Flying Ann
S 1292 Mini:
CONSOLATION HORSES
W 2859 idKh ,nnl I-nw lit 1016 Aberford G H. LEWIS. Secretary.
Barbados Turf Club.
PRINCE CHARLES and his
341 Serials al $8.25 each
tT Ticket No 6479 in Scuc. AIM DKFGHI KLMNOPQ
T R8TUVWXYZAABBCC DD EE FF
* Ticki-i No 2117 hi S.nc' AllfUEFG IJKLMNOPO
R S T 0 V W X V /, AA BB CC DD EE FF.
Ticket N. 0998 in Scries ADCDEFCH1JKLMNOPQ
HSTH W X V / AA HI', i i I El
Ticket No 2446 in Seiies A II f It E F G H I J K MNOPQ
RSTU V W X V 7. AA BB CC DD EC FF.
Ticket No 2193 in Series A It ( D E F G 11 I J K L M N 0> O
R S T U V W X V Z AA MM < < | yy
Tii ket N :>252 in Saris* A It ( I) E F G H I J K I. M N O P Q
R S T U V W X Y 7. AA BB C i IK FJ
Ticket No 0190 in Series AlllllEFG II IJKLMNOPO
RSTU WXYZ AA 1111 CC !);> f H-
Ticket No 4414 in Series ABC -EFGHIJKL MNOPQ
R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC Dl) EE FF.
Ticket NO 3H09 in Se. its ABCDEFGH JKLMNOPQ
HSTUVWXYZAA BB CC DD EE FF
Ticket Nii 5556 in Series MUIIEFG II | J KLMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZAA-------CC DD HE FF
Ticket No 4938 In Series A It CD EFGHIJKL MNOPQ
R S T U V W X Y AA BB CC DD Et FF
d 11 LEWIS.
Hiiib.....
Seerel.m
I Turt Club
Woodcock Is Not
Under'i'stima ting
Jack Gardner
HAVING at different tunes
watched Bruce Woodcock train-
ing in a stable at Bid by. a store-
house at Doncuter. a university
al Galway iind a castlo at Aber-
gele, I added to the sequence by
visiting our heavy-weight cham-
pion at Heine Buy, where lic Is
preparing in public at a scafrnn:
concert hull lor his wln-m-quit
title defence against Jack Gard-
ner (write* George Whiting i
I hit ton Stores 112
Out Of M. C. C.
Total Of 339
Charles Is 2 Today
Ladies Golf Finals
Decided On Rules
WILLIAM ATKINSON and David Inniss captured the
C. P. Harrison Cup fur men's foursome* at the Ruckle v Golf i
and Country Chit) OH Sunday, defeating J K K Christie
and R. P Gooding in the final, while thr I^naijan sd '
Isabel and Katy. carried oft the women'' dtVaBsOti <>< \h>
":; ' 11 l- M_______________________________
Atkil KM and Inniss won a
elear-cut victory by the lop-sided
score of 6 and 5, with the form-
er's terrific length arid the l.iiur
steadiness producing golf thai
ra almost unbeatable. At the i
wimc time the more experienced [
pair, who had to concede foui I
'mke* on handicap, were uncer- I
'am around the greens, three put- I
ling on several occasions which j
[H-oved fatal to their chances.
The secret of a happy
family is-G00D health!
\Vhats On Today
The Court i
Ion* meet'
Mr. tdam
Lut Year
Last year his birthday cake was
u beautiful creation in pastel
shades with a Prince's crown, a
toy bear, a lamb, a rabbit and s
squirrel, but it was plain sponge.
This year, because l;<
d young man with 20 teelh. Char-
lie will get a real fruit elks with
,'ust the tiniest lot of rum In M atki
'>f course it will be gailv lead loo
And there will be Charlie's
favourite dessert raspberry gela-
tin with bananasas well as cup-
SYDNEY Nov 13 * "* cookies galore
BaplylOl to New iouth Wales' One pre^nt will be a saddle and
m OS :>09 for 3 declared. UV-1 ^Wf JJr ClKly. his liny. ,et-
I CC. were all out for 339 mi b,ack SheUi,nd Pnv ( louri> *
first innings of the cricket M? * Bndpa's Norfolk estate
tch here today and so saved. iSllMdr,n,han.. when Charlie oe*
follow on New South Wales.! UP lhere for Christmas and he
i a load of 170 started their w'" I** allowed in the saddle for
innings and scored
ut loss before stumps
l.
Brighter things fur the Mil'
ere promised when Hutton and
omplon engaged in a third
nickel stand of 106. and Hut tor
mplttad a line 112. Compton
.....Md M before being stumped
id then uparl from Mclntyre
ith ii ,he tall-enders collapsed,
.e l.-ti.t four batsmen collecting
uns amongst them,
-i IIRIBOAID
i nai m !.. se* (.. t
Mti
M < C l.t lnnli.1.
Laatwe
BHCCE WOODCOCK
Apart fron uiAing a jaundiced
new of the wet and windy Kent
COBB) weather. I found llruce full
of bean*, chummy with the looalss
itnd wttivcrai king with a police-
man who hurt ttappad in out ut
the storm.
Four rounds with Big Bill
Brennan, for hulk, and Johnny
McGowan. for speed, were no
more revealing than any other
spar .session, but al least the
work-out showed that Bruce Is
not bjalitUlni n G
Otrdnar.
"Hack Ui the big stutT" Is the
oamp ilOgaTl li means Uiat
Woodcock, despite the Loc Savcild
tumble, looks upon the Gardner
light us ii prelude to meeting,
Orat, Jooj auxlm, ansl then any
other tug-money opponent they
.an find.
Woodcock himself leaves the
1
>ir.pb>.i Bbmat iwki b JMuutun 'S,
'hpppmit D Undw.111
kSM Mad, Sl.m.y,wk.i b Johnston SI

>aily b Bauud *
'"I"' Ibw, b j.i.iinn
*righl l> Joh.lon
..ill-, urn mil
aatras 1Mb) M
fll ( wtrk.:. 1 -M, 111 j ].
t S Ut. S MX 7-JS4. 7
IWIWI.INO ANAI.VRIS
O Si. R TV
' hidwall |l t n
V..lkr, IS I H

Jslbjsai i is n ioo
I .tkc 1 I

N.w Saath w.i-. ,,u i,,,,.
the rtrst time
Too Youiik
Although Prince Charles
Ik> led round on Cloudy Pri"
Elizabeth thinks he is -far too
young" to be taught to ride
iii-lv That will come when he
it three and one-half.
Anyone giving Charll
for his birthday will probabl'
vet it thrown back at him wilh all
the typical exubctinue ,,f
vear-old. The voimg Prim, hal
lost interest In his fluffy toys, ex-
cept for the teddv i"ir he lakes
to bed with him at night
LONDON, Nov. 13.
Bonnie Prince Charlie of Kdinburgh will blow out the,
two candles on his uaily-coloured birthday cake tn-day
Charles Philip Artlu,: ......B|
lias let It be known that he pre-
lers mechanical toys. He'd much
some toy cars and
perhaps a tractor set than some
;w dolls, which art for girls
lyway.
Ch.irhe at two Is very talkative.
He has some 40 words in his vo-
bulary and several months ago
started putting words together
into brief sentences.
He takes a good deal of inter-
l in his clothing too. Ho In-
spects every new garment and
likes the bright colours best. Ills
red double-breasted winter coat
*ecms to give him the most pleas-
Every time it is put on him
amuses "Nanny" Helen Light-
body by stalking to the
mirror for an admiring gl
Ins reflection.
without in.ikiiii. a w
It isn't because the second
hue jo the British throne
everything he could possibly
It's because mamaPntu i
i'bethdoesn't hold with such
jiers tit ions.
Hut tough, lively. 30 oound
Charlie will have Int. -,i fun
anyway.
His gangadmittedly a very
gentlemanly and ladylike group-
hiding Prince Richard of
Gloucester. Prince Michael of
Kent and some of Elizabeth's
young god-chlldren. will lie at
his royal nursery in Clarence
House to help him celebrate the
great day
ursery
Like Father
rh.irlie looks more and more
ke his bloi.de. bliu-ved father.
Lt. Commander, the Duka
Edinburgh, every duy. observers
often chuckle when they boo turn
walk along because he appears
to have something of a sailor's
roll.
The future King at two. has
not yet achieved anything like
dignity but he uiidutu leoly
has royal charm He adores crowd*
and waves to them Irom
train with all the grace and
aplomb of Queen Eliralieth herself
But Charlie is so full oi pep
that life in Clarence House i
sometimes nithci* we.Hing. Tw
months ago Princess Ellz:ibetn]
Anally moved him Into a newlL
nursery so that bahy sister ^1
Princess Anne could get her ]
beauty i *
Ha i- i>oing brought up ju>t like
Other children li well-to do
households. Elizabeth leek th;it n ',^d""Hri
toy is just naturally noisy and We",lnf'1
<:..! Ill Se-
t nt ..in
II move the
lleaae at X-.-.-mblv Into
i mniill.. on the bill U
in 'nl' for the rrgula-
Uon of publi. utilities
when the Ifouv m i- at
12 IIIHIIl
Hebale will be resam-d on
the bill to amend the Da*
License Act and Dr
limmlra is due to take
eharge of a bill to make
i r for holiday*
with pay
Mr Motllry l Uklng
ehsrge of Bills tu .hih-ih)
the Poor Kellef At I md
the Vestries Ac-
Tbe Leitlilstlve Council
aMaM at 2 p.m and In
addlUon to aaasBsf with
live aupnlementar}'
lull..us the> will rontider
a bill to amend the Bsr-
hadoN Fancy Moll
Production and Export
Art
The Bill before the Council
for the natlonalkuUon of
Natural fist has been re-
ferred to a select com-
mittee and will only b
censldrred If the Select
Committee hands In Its
report
Governor vlellh Girla' In-
dustrial I'nlou to watch
classes al work si 5 p.m.
Mobile Clncms given show
at Morgan Lewie Yard.
M Andrew, at 7 3 p m.
Mr. Charles Thomas lectures
at British Council at S.15
p.an. The subject I* "Make
tip".
>>. m<-(hers,your good heaUSjod
daM al >.>ur caasaaas. H > I Mi
MMweiimes cross and your children
j nut robust, p.rhsps rou and
***ur UhuIv nerd bom A 1)
s.Somrt uLingScoti s
Emulsion every d\
.ii mill sees wnri'
dcrful dincunce in Dw
way you snd your ctsH
drtn look, act and lee1'
Sm*T, f*ui..a- hat bfo-s-i
** Koppoou (O "!
Ladies' match was much
closer. In fact the outcome was
still in doubt after the players
ao holed out on the last hole M it
eated on u rule interpretation
debatable point arose ut the
seventeenth hole when Mrs. Bunny
McOlvtrln, one of the Canadian
challengers put the ball m the
high grass where it was deemed
unplayable Mrs. Gertrd
rock, bar partner, then dropped
on to the fairway with the penal-
stroke. Her opponent.-.
protested, claiming she should
drop in the rough, but Mrs. Lam-
rock Insisted she was wtthln her
rights.
Under the Rules of Golf Hrl
Lamrock was correct. An unplay -
able ball may be dropped, not
than two club lengths from
where It became unplayable but
not nearer the hole with the pen-
alty of one stroke. But under ttW
local rules there a stipulate
that if it be deemed unplayable
in the rough, it must be dropped
in the rough. Mra. Lamrock W"
not familiar with the local ml
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This is sn entirely new stock
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dark shades to -nil year
tastes.
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wear them to the
Exhibition
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