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PACE Elf.lIT BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, SOVtMBEB 15, ItM How The M.C.C. Won Their First Big Match A 7Wicket Victory (From Our l-ondnn Correspondenl) LONDON. A sporlinfl declarator by Phil Hidings captaining South Australia enabled the MCC to win their find big match of ihc tour by seven wickets at Adelaide. A hurricane display of hitting by Simpson and Evans, reminiscent of that l>y Weekes and Marshall for the West Indies against Leicestershire this summer was chiefly responsible for the MCC scoring ihe necessary 186 runs for victory in only KT minutes— -20 minutes before stumps were drawn. M maWi taw MCC had to win South Austriihii are roiiMdervtl the weakest of the Auatrallan state learnt and the MCC mork would have fallen oonatdai ably hud they not mjnagfri to get the better of their opponents. Captaining the MCC team F ft Brown derided to RIW South Australia first knock after winning the toss. He apparently gambled on the fact that there had been henvy rain sarttaf ib* wsjtk and that the *.ickot might have sweated under iU rover-. Bui oevei did H appear to > %  diiirii;" anylhUUL and st th< close of play South Australia -.tin than with a board showing 245 for S. Thr MCC MM -idly la f fcj m in hostility Early in the day Bailey .-ml Wan ''I'II the new ball had the opening batsmen scratching and scraping but after Close had caught McLean in Baileys first over, success was strictly limited llaminence Qnatatl part La tinMCC's dls%  ( %  mflturc wai played i • no Hammence who loured England with Ihe 1MB Australian lean: without plaving In .* test although he has played in one in Australia Playing sreful. correct crick t. ha was undefeaU*f 133 foi .me wic-ki t ien and apart from Ihe century lakers, the only one who distingulafMd himself was perky wicketkeeper Godfrey Evans, who came to the rescue with a ehuracteristlc 38 West Indians will no loubt recaU with a shudder nut her of Evans' rescuing acU performed so ably in the first Test match at Old Trafford earliei this seaaon. It is Indeed a curiosity that Evans only ever seem" .o make runs when others fall— sinking tribute to his courage inri ability. After Hullon s departure at 1M. wickets fell rapidly. Close, Dewes (alley and Brown all going in iiiick sueeessdon. Meanwhile Simpson who had occupied just under five hours at the wicket lad reached his century In which ie had given two chances. Shortly afterwards he was out to a roagnffleefri return catch by Noblet flcr batting five hours for 11*\ Warr presenting the stralghtesi straight bats to long-hops, full osets and good length balls aliki %  tayed forty minutes for four runs while Evans hit out. Their partiership added 41 valuable runs HI with the total at 340 and th< MCC still ten runs behind, both .-ere out. Declaration Bbaklly. Wright and Berry tailed the MCC's total past South .iifttraMa's score — the 851st nelng cheekily taken while ow. decision was being asked mi .igalnst Berry. Brown lmmedl.:<)> declared and in the final 40 niuutes -South Australia added ^0 runs without loss. Both sides having occupied a lay and a half over their firs* jiniiigs, there seemed little hope i i .i definite result being obtained him play began on the fourth and ilnal morning. Nor did the late at which South Australia .illcctcd their runs augur well I i | (I.-.IMVC hnlsh The N. South Wales M.C.C. Match Ends In Draw SVI>NEY. NOW 14 Nev. South Wal Jd the M.C.C. drew their cricket match here to-day, rain stopping play 75 minutes short of stump drawing t. With their first iiunngs lead of 170, the New South Wales team ontinued their second innings mil norning from the overnight 11 .uns for no wiekel and reached 140 for two before declaring There had i*en an opening tand of W between Moroney and Burke, and Burke was not out 00 hen the innings was closed The M.C.C had about two and three quarter hours in which to score Sll runs if "ley were to win. and though they went for the runs from the start, rain was always threatening and eventually caused halt after 90 minutes batting that time 143 runs weie scored for the loss of 2 wickets. Washik being not out 53. ic final score board reads New South Wales 509 for 3 declared and 140 for 2 declared. M.C.C 339 nd 143 for 2; rain slopped play. The Scores:— SIW *OI'TS) WALBS-t.* lo.lmf. loron'y H!tlv> b Complon W English Players May Become A Joke (From Our Owa Correspondent) SYDNEY, Nov. 14. A DEFEATIST and lackadaisical England cricket team is 'hreatening to become a joke in Australia. The MCC may make a recovery today and save LmmMlvta from defeat purely because of the lack of nine But already they have virtually been well trounced by a New South Wales side which does not rale alongside the more illustrious teams MI ihe past. 1 earn them all the mounting roa TOOK iMitrftAJtca -HI ft Mil. Most of the a—ompa n ying corit-spondents have been tolerant during the month Ihe side have !i.." been in Australia Wishful thinking was given a general chance to cloud the one-sided betting prospects of the Tests But hen A-istralians have pissed from the stage of patronising confidence to ingenuous lympatny, it is nme for plain speaking. Australians are saying feelingly genuinely wish you could Test because it interest in the %  M %  I balk Si %  for S whU 4.fM I u • i-aii *-•* TNnd Bailey, were again unsuccessful and it was rather Interesting to note that out of 38 overs sent down between them (Warr 20) only Bailey managed to achleve the distinction of bowling %  maiden—and that was only one On the credit side the MCC Aelded extremely well Both Brown and Wright turned the ball considerably and worried all -he latai batsman, England's. ">M tan" Hutton anil Washlno.*. both playing their first innings in Australia this tour, lasted only 25 minute*. Then Washbn->k afler making one nleS boundary stroke on Nnhu-t tiM>k a ball on nil pads once too often nnd uns lb to Ilieni (fast...edium) Hutton addressed i iniM-lf in. nortially 1< McLean sending down fastish leg-breaks from his six feet four inches and Bowley. fast medium There were fun Mraight and square-cut c McLean and I straight-drive c Itowlcv. He never seemed in the Might eat dilfnulty and with Simpson plodding surely out the other end, the MCC total mounted steadily Disaster Disaster followed on the third day. Despite centuries by Hutton (126) and Simpson (119) the MCC Just managed to scrape first innings lead of one run. eleven being precariously accumulated by ihe last pair Wright and Berrv It was altogether an inglorious performance by ihe MCC hatsMCC ...... %  !. %  !> too uid not i npcHr capable of striking the necessary blows to bring about a finish and at the tea interval Ahen Hidings declared with his M-OTC at 185 for three wickets. Wright who had taken nought for ing was 3 3 had appeared the best of th 'unch. Hidings' declaration left the MCC 105 minutes to make 185 uns for victory. In ns thrilfmc an exhibition of idling as has been seen at Ade%  If for many years the runs A ere made with 20 minutes to 'pare amid tremendous applause ram MtaMna; Australians. Hutton was out with only three cored but Washbrook and Slmpun clapped on 1SI in 55 minutes. They were out within five mmites of each other out then Brown uid Evans took up the hurricane iHttni Evans, loving every minute of it finished the match by slamning to the boundary five of the list six balls of the last over from siow left-hander Wilson—the .i i tout BlWHiltlltai >>eing off ousccuttve balls. Evans and his captain put on he last 48 runs in 17 minutes and ihe MCC won by seven wickets i match which until then had biought them little credit. Yacht Club fennis Results RESULTS of the Tennis Tournament which began at the Royal Barbados Yacht Club yesterday afternoon are as follows MEN'S SINGLES Peter Patterson defeated E. T. Eades-6—0. 8—2. Denis Atkinson defeated W H I Stephens 8—0. 6—0. Geoffrey Manning defeated V. Hutaon 8—3. 8—1. S. P. Bdghill defeated J. H. C Edghill 6—3. 3 -8. 8—1 F D Barnes defeated C. OJ*. Skinnei 8—1. 8—1 H. A Cuke. Jnr. defeated B. E Rolfe 8—2, 7—5 TO-DAY'S FIXTURES MEN'S SINGLES Dr D. C Klevan v. D. E. Worme J D Trlmmingham v. A H. Pratt. M. DeVerteuil v. T. A. Gittens LADIES SINGLES Mrs A A. Gibbons v Miss M. King Mrs. 1). C. Klevan v. Miss P. King. Miss P Wilson v. Miss L Branch Play begins at 4.15 p.m England team prettv pathetic. Last Year Last year while touring South Africa with the Australians 1 was forced to make a brutal diagnosis ihjl the Springboks were trying to play Teal Matches with only four real Test stars in their national side. On yesterday's showing I cannot go much furtler about the present M.C.C. %  Ida. We have only six real Test players. Cornptun, Washtrook. Hutton. Evans. Bcdser and Wright. A couple of those have their abililos lessened by a combination of ndlvldual complacent, igeneral n-fi>;iti.irn and lack of training 'isclpltne that is no good example tor younger members of u team hat knew its dimcuii task rrasn the atari You can accept and forgive the lack of technical ability when it omes to bowling, at which the team was notoriously weak, or even batting. But this side's elementary batrg blunders, slovenly fielding. ck of anticipation and concentration and butter-fingered catching (culminating in another missed catch by Close in Ihe last minute yesterday) are beginning to exhaust the paUsnes of the friendliest well-wishers laMft This lack of concent rat ion •pread yesterday to the liatUng in a wicket thai wan still offering gifts of sugar candy. Nobody Wants to kick a team when It's down or manifestly on its way there but | think the M.C.Cs general defeatism and slapdash lack of concentration ORIENTAL i,(.on.< ArUcalea) CUEOIS. i; u i i i t i;, SILKS. Coat. 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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 1J, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAG1 -lUKi i House Tax Bill 1 ***<*^PP !"!" Sent To Select Committee Exemption Rate May Be Raised THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL jl their meeting yesterday referred to a Select Committee alter rirst reading, a Bill to amend the Veslries Act 1911-5. Hun \ t Gale, who took charge of. the Bill said the Bill requested the Leglilalure to allow the Vestries of the island to change the exemption of houses under a certain rental value from taxation. The exemption before, the Hon. Mr. Gale said, was up to $3 per month or *36 per year. Those conditions obtained very many years ago. Since then rents would have Increased considerably and the value of money was not the same when that Act was passed. The Vestries were now asking ( %  that exemption to be made from M a month or $96 a year. He thought that something jdvould have been done a long lime ago. The Bill was necessary .ecause most of the owners of those small properties at their • •resent rating were not in a position to pay the taxes and they bad to be remitted. Hon'ble J. A. Mahon seconded. Objection Hon'ble G. B. Evelyn objected to the Bill He agreed that rente had gone up but so had wages. When the exemption was fixed at J3 a year, wages were considerably lower but now they were considerably higher. It seemed wrong to him to exempt those people when there were social service* to be financed and things for the good of the community that had to be paid for. There was always the opportunity for lax relief. He h;id sat for a long time as a member of a Vestry and there were always cases to be relieved. Sometimes the circumstances proved that u man that owned a house of a higher rental value than $8 was relieved but the circumstances had to be investigated He did not think that if they raised the exemption that it would be a good thing for the community. Hon'ble G. D. L. Pile agreed lhat the cases could be relieved bv the Tax Belief Committee. One other point on which he would not however oppose the Bill was. that he understood the mover of the Bill to say that the Bill hncl come •s a request from the Vestries of the island. So far as he knew. and he belonged to two vestries. the matter had not been discussed by those Vestries. All vWllM Not Consulted It was not the first time that n Bill of that sort had come up from one Vestry without the other Vestries being consulted. Thai, he thought, should cease. He would not oppose the Bill on those S ounds but, he thought It right at in the 'ease of Bills of that tort, that the other Vestries should be i.insulted and their views obtolnerl before it Is brought to the Legislature. Mr. Gale in reply to Mr. Evelyn's criticism said that he did not know what sort of house could be obtained at a rental value of 13 today. Even if people could obtain houses at the miserable rental of (3 per week he could not see such people being in a position to pay taxes If thev took the value of money today, the value of property and the cost of maintaining It. then he did not think that the proposed exemption could be considered in any way too high. He. too, had sat as a member of the Vestry Tax Relief Committee for many years and mm of the taxes on such houses had been remitted It only meant that the Vestry, after laying rates and expecting a certain amount from $14,400 For YMCA A PROMISE made to the Barbados Y M.C A seven years ago has now been fulfilled The Legislative Council yesterday conurred In a Resolution for $14,400 as a grant to the Y-M.C.A for the acquisition of a new alt'and playing fields, and as Mi E. J Petrie. Acting Colonial Secretary explained, the amount will be refunded to the Govemthe provisions of the Colonial Development and WeifanAct. Under that Act a provision was made in IMS for %  free grant to the Y.M.C.A. to assist In the acquisition of a new site for the Headquarters of the AssocraU :! for playing fields^ As it had not been possible to acquire a site reasonable cost befi March 31. 1949, the provision from CD W. lapsed on the expiration of Part 2 of the Sch. under which the provision made. Tho Y.M.C.A. baa now been able to acquire the site for $24,000 which Is considered a* a reasonable price and has renewed application for assistance f Colonial Development and Welfare funds. The approval of the Secretary of State has been obtained for the extension of the Scheme to the 31st of March, 1951. to allow thl grant to be made, and the Comptroller for Development and Welfare has also agreed to the grant. £20,000 Centre Planned For West Indian Sludrnts In United Kingitom (From Our Own Correspondent i %  LONDON. Nov. 13. Plans for a £20,000 centrr for British Caribbean students in London were announced to-day by the Executive Cum mi Uetof the Wot* Indian Students Union The plan which has the CflpMUII Otnea'a support, visualises *n lairl> roomy building . with radio, radiophone, perhapa a small fortabla chairs and n e ace where papers and literatim Dm home tan be studied." In addition there would br smaller rooms for use as offices or foi dsscuaalon and study group meetings as well a* a *mnl| reading room and library, cl.niiu room and cafeteria where meals cooked in West Indian fashion could be served, a games room with ping-pong and/or billiard* table, "and then per ha pa sogae sleeping aceommodation for Intransit student: <>( .i 'memorandum outlining the DMd fal tucl gflN are to be circulated to aU men bers of all West ladlai STATISTICS DELAYED: VALUE LOST DELAY In the tabling of the Vital Statistics of the Island for 1947 was commented upon in the Legislative Council yesterday by Hon. F. C. HutM.ii This Report for 1947 was only tabled in the Council on October 31 this year, and Mr. Ilutson aaid that much of Its value had been lost bv them. He said he was wondering whether it would not be possible to combine the Reports for 194H. 1949 and 1990 and have them tabled by ne*U year so that they would serve some useful purpose. Mr. Petrie replying aaid agreed that the Reports should be available readily He did not know what was the cause of th leJay. but he would see what could be done to expedite the tabling of tho Report*. emit Bustamante Upset About Emigration iFmm Our Own CVrreaporaSenl> LONDON. Nov H Jamaica's Mr. Bustamante wd a large Labour delegation from the West Indies have gone home irom ihe United State* wHh modest flea in their ear", reports Dally Expreaa Staff Reporter Vincent Evan* from Washington this evening. Evnns says they came to Washington last week with an offer to place between 60 and 100,000 Wist Indian woik. is mi America farms They aaked the United States Government to guarantee them employment at same wage ate as American workers getabout 50 cents an hour in thi South to 80 cents in Middle West. But the United States Government refused to give them any guarantee. In fact they told M Bustamante "You have come here ith very exaggerated ideas of uV numbers of workers the United States need". The West Indian delegation ent to Washington because they had been led to Delieve there wa such a labour shortage In the United States that they would be able to place any number they wanted on the terms they demanded. Mr. ButUmante b> reported to have told the State Department %  We have got between 60.000 and 100.000 workers in the West Indies we. cannot employ. We don't regard them as surplus labour but we cannot use them at th v moment. We ure entering a period of industrialisation and while that ij taking shape we would like you to take our unemployed labourers". But, says Evans, the State Department told him, "You have been misled Mr. Bustamante. You have been told that we have got a anoruge of workers but that li not th f %  ' y'Wp w,n u '' vo know Inter Just how many of JOMr .inemployed we can take." And in a flurry of flowing whit, hair, Mr. Bustamante has gone back home. He blames Britain (or some of I'is troubles, continued E' though he insists that the relation* between the two countrlea are a lot better than they have ever bean. "But", Btittamantp say*. "Britain It not giving us a lair price for our products. She u buying sugar cheaply from us and .elltng it at a greaBer price to 'anadlans. And she Is not giving good enough prtcefor our A further memorandum suggesting how best such a ceiiin ahould be administered will shortly be prepared. rateable property, had to those taxes. Jump Too High Hon. H. A. Cuke said that they had alreadv removed Occupancy Tax and had saddled other people with It. He agreed that there should be some relief, but the )ump from *3 to M was more than twice and a half the previous exemption. Hon. F. C Hutson enquired whether there waa any evidence to show what a house assessed at S3 thirty years ago would be assessed at today. Hon. V. C. Gale replied that the asMWSora look into. consideration *enanus ft nd cocoa. At the same the rente which were being paid j ime ne j, insisting we buy goods today aa against the rents that were being paid in the past. If one was renting a house they would have to tell the assessor what rent they were paying for it and It could be found out If they were paying the same rent today as they were paying several years ago. Hon. H A. Cuke said that he was unable to get a comparative table of rental values of property from 19391950 but he had got one from Christ Church, and they had shown that the increase in the rental value of property was at overage of 42'.. Hnn. <.. B. Evelyn said that in view of the fact that they were in need of somo Information before they could pass the Bill he would move that It be referred to a Select Committee before the second reading was granted. The Bill was referred to the following Select Committee: II.-us. | Cuke, Evelyn. Gale, Mahon. from uie sterling area which ,could get more cheaply from th dollar area. "Britain will not let us spend dollars. Sho has tied us up that we iiave got t. purchases In pounds" FRENCH POLICE SEIZE FIVE IN ARMS RAID PARIS. Nov. 14 Paris police unnounced to-day that they had detained five men. .ill members of a pro-communwi organisation, following the dis rovery of firearms in a suburban Vl The" each* contained two heavy machine guns, several ll*ht ma.•hmaguiw, 700 sticks of dynamite%  intl several hundred pounds or Through their repreaent.itive at the Colonial Office, students hav* already referred their plan to Mi James GrilTith'-. Secretary of Slat for the Colonies und he hag promised to meet them in the near future to go 'n-o the matter more fi.il>. In the meantime, il is understood that the Colonial Office have drawn up a blueprint plan of the proposed centre and that this plan will in due course be submitted to Governors of West Indian territories for discussion by Government Mr II D. Car berr\. 1'iesident of the WI S.U made It perfectly clear today that student.s were hoping for consldrable financial support from the West Indian Governmenta. If official approval wore received. uch assistance would be In \ portion to the number of stud from each colony In this country. He said that at this stage when plans were In draft form, it wi Impossible to assess accurately how much money would be re quired. The West African studentcentre had cost £28,000 and the Malayan centre 175.000 In the region of £20,000 would be required for the West Indian students' centre. Ha pointed out that West Indians were tho second largest union group in this country, but that they had M i-rnu.nenl headquarters. The Union realising that it would be the dot', oc the students on their return home to take an Interest in the growth und development of their respective communities, and that the ultimate goal to which such a growth pointed was a unified West indies, was encouraging students to think of themselves at West Indians and not merely %  a Jamaicans. Barbadians or Trinidodtans. The continuance of that work would be made much easier If the Students' Union had n permanent headquarters to which all students could come at nny time. FIRE FIGHTING GEAR FOR SEAWELL Bv concurring in I token i%  •.. %  Liu..,, lot one dollar y attar d ay the LagtaUUva Council gave tM Qovan* v-iii-Kxei-kitive Committee authority to enter into RablUty for the> aaeartng ot a twder W provide for better crash, fire fighting and rescue services -t Sea well Airport. Purposo of the resolution was explained to members by Mi. E. J. Petrie, Acting Colonial Secretary. To Fire A Squib In Antigua You -Must Have A Licence OTNat Our Ova On n %  umlaut I AN not A AS far as fireworks are footerned, Antiguaus are very suspicious peopla Although there are no supporters of Guy Fawke* m the II land—Are works being let off on Peeeemnkci i Day Instead— the Government lakua no ihanaaa This year, with permission, one rm Imported fireworks into the iland end the law governing these explosives required the > wiwr to store them In the mag*ine at Fort James until time of sale. When the seller was reedy to lo business he had to take out a icense to sell firework*. The law tales that a shop may only nave 6 lb of ammunition an sale at a ime and fireworks come under the .niimurdUon law. Therefore the seller had to be certain that f he wished lo have 20 lbs of Ireworks In his shop, for the time botnc he would have to reduce h. quantity of other explosives uch as shots to 5 lbs. The fireworks could nit be iaejaayal in any snow window, they had lo be placed on special shelves inconspicuously allotted mmunitlon by Government Before firing a squib the potential purchaser u required te approach three channels. First he obtain* a license from the Treasury for 6d. to permit him lo purchase Then he walks to the Administrator's Office and notifies hla pots eat Ion of fireworks and obtains the Administrator's sanction to fire them if he is considered a ill and proper person. He dare not Are hla squib y He has to interview the ctiy Commissioner and be told "where" arid the precise "hour" at which he will be allowed to tire—HIS SQUIB. It seems thai the gentle folk of Antigua did not obeerve this law seriously and on the evening of 9th last, several person* were arrested. To-day a notice appears in the local Press reminding the populace of th* law which abide* Derigion Chang***): ^3 For \\ iiiiiuliiiL! HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay n i l....fUli>r... THEIR rtoBO. :. Mj .; U Tayr and Mr. J W B Chenery, jdges of the Assistant Court of Appeal. Monday varied two derision* of His Worship Mr C W Rudder. Police Magistrate of District H". Rudder had put Benjamin Laync a labourer of Christ Church, probation for one year for wounding Leon Oebourne a vatchmi:n on his left arm with a broken botlle on June 13. Osbourne appealed agamM Ihe decision. Their Honour* yesterday fined Layne £3 to be paid in instalments or two months' imprisoniient with hard labour for the Hounding and told him lhat if hr appeared before them again for such an ..flence he would go to prison. A case of assault which was brought by Layne against Osbourne for which Oanourne waa Baaaaal on a personal bond for six months In the sum of £3 by His Mi C W. Rudder wadismissed on its merits by Their Honours. Mr. 11. Clarke appeared on behalf of l*-on Osbourne. In the wounding case Mr. Clarke aflac receiving the evidence from Dr. D Gale who attended Osbourne at the General Ho*ptlaJ u*ked Then Honours to take a serious vk the case and to deal sternly Lay lie. He thought lhat putting Ijivne on probation would do no good as Laync had already been put on probation for Indecently a**aulting a young woman %  Philip II DavMlaon. ftrh Tiirtlr DimM V Frr y I* m!. s. i. Ama-Wan Vachl Orrgxn. V" Unay* II Ben. Henry D. WUAaaiY U I IS AU— Partnal. 1B3I I..oMl. cet Frmbrnk* from MonHvul M.V l*dv t~, W urn* Ml Ca %  Mm <" %  ai i m i.tr \mi in M.V Williuii.uJ KM toaa net, Cua* SUrwiiiu, for ft* • s Vinrtl l % %  l fraaaaia Sea we 11 *nnn vi.-. %  IWIAI HIM'IKI-H Oraif R**i< AnlhxiLV UwW RitK-il aiHMUHwi. etrlii o/l).-..*)!, Ailra Kn Mdy IUiW *nill t'hjiln Mi-Cn#iitiir\ Harold ban. lfua>i Arr>)ron. fclatd.1" AimKniiil. MV'.-I Ar^n-lmng. rt Ttiiina"">. ThvliTki VIMta i A-Mt. ii. CMnyee, *>>ii iu. Mru h.ih FJikl Kwiwrai GltU Him.. %  •n>•> %  •— JOMI Hum. Idea HMi>n.. Ha'..Id I.Th. William l.:* -kx.u.1 FOCI* Praai SI. I a .i. l.>Kn Crawfora BSPAKTI 'Sf.-Bi IIIIMI tmt Trli |r..cal S.ui-11.• rVrwlra Nmcv r Amelia r**rrtr. Amu. pvrrri i-i.h aaaaai n i i w .. %  ..illw. KjtM.i jiraaw. John a, %  Ui.ua! Ooni.kv %  ClUtUIIX. J —lil %  if, M., I ..--III Huh Maud Kiii-n %  >-;.•. Aiai rraix-l IS*For MOM art Language Joseph Bovell of How Hill. St 1'eter w,i-i found gullt> of using indecent language on Garrison H.Md. St Mn hael. hy Mi If A Talma Monda> Bm/ell waa fined IS/for the offence which wan committed on November 11. imnt in cue of negligence In rnielliKrni houuhold* %  a iron rule cxiii* lor every ound ..Pin Purol oo" Ben kriu*i. lhai I'uu.l it dtltttoudv tolicning. inJ healing and becaeas ' latcli ppl>in| r.miili -jeianEn IrifllGf^G/V? Par SI v %  %  .....! M % %  iHTu • %  ..l'.ln: — P.nl Mall -iv! Hrtflatrrm Mail I JO p m l>r.l %  | Mall al 3 p IB M I Kill November. ISM \LiH. fnr Uw UnttaW M AnattereMri by in" SH wninii>ia>i ~ be rloaad al Ihe OaSaSal Poat OaVce atasea Parrel Mail al I* ru-.n a>i.iei Mall al S pm —i "..I ) p.m. oti Ihe lin> November %  > Wallace Changes His Mind About Russia NEW YORK. Nov 13. Henry Wallace, former Vice1'iesident of the United Slates. said In a speech here that he no mger believed peace could bo Malned by meeting Hussia halt America must build up Its irmed strength aa quickly as puasible until Hussia and Con: IUOM China gave %  •concrete evi.teiuV that Ihcy were Interestiil In peace, he declared. He added that undoubtedly Russia "pushed the button" that started the North Korean attar* Russia was "committing a erimal act— in melting the Chinese a "bloody conflict with the United Stale*" he aaid. Eczema Itch Killed In 7 Minutes Yur akin hat nearly W million lint %  % %  and |-r.-a avhera ein hida...l ,.— (. r .-la M.-hltiK "Tarklar I'.allar. Burning. 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PAGE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, NOVi:MBi:R 15, 1S0 BAKBADOS &| AmtxvrrF, fc. 1 T— -1 ah* SSTf ti I • U4 •(• "I RNI*""* Illl lit I >l AN PLOT Hj IMIK lO.VMIHM Wrdnesdii*. V member 15, 1950 Emigration IMumiiiiii NOW that assurances have been tfiven by the United States' authorities and the West Indian delegation has been able on its return to bring encouraging news Of increased numbers of labourers for the United States in the near future, it is imperative that steps be taken t. ensure that the most suitable and really deserving candidates be selected. In the past there were several people, who were not agriculturists and who were in some instances unsuited to the task, registering for selection. Some of them gained selection at the expense of those entitled but thev quickly returned home without having the excuse of illness. The report of the Labour CurnnussiinH-i for 1949 makes it clear that hundreds of these people were registered in incorrect brackets. Artisans who realised that they would find man lucrative employment as labourers in the United States forsook their trades and joined the ranks of emigrants. Every effort should be made to prevent a recurrence of this false registration. It should not be too difficult a task for the Employment Agency to demand letters of recommendation from past employers or some certificate of work done in agricultural employment. In Barbados today there is a building programme which will occupy the services of every carpenter, mason and others concerned in the building trade for many years to come. The emigration scheme was started to benelit agricultural labourers primarily. True it is that the intelligence of the artisan might be of advantage in the factory but where work of a purely agricultural nature is required then the worker must be an agricultural worker with a knowledge of the work he will be called upon to do. The lessons of Vieux Fort and Surinam are not to be easily forgotten. It cannot be pretended that workers will do agricultural work in the United States any better than they would do it in Barbados or any other place inasmuch as the fundamentals of agricultural work is the same the world over. What is of particular interest tu Barbados as a result of the delegation is that women might be eligible for emigration. In this island employment for women is scarce and according to census figures there are more women than men. The promise of sympathetic consideration of this point raised by the delegation is at least good news and shows that at some future date It might be possible for a few hundred women to find work in the United States. It is essential, as the delegation decided, to recommend to their governments that early attention should be given to matters of organisation, recruitment and transport. These have brought grave difficulties in the past. It is true that they were not insurmountable and with careful consideration it might be possible that the various governments in the West Indies can evolve I scheme which will not merely ensure selection from as many colonies as possible but will reduce considerably the cost of transport. During the last selection of emigrants from this island, it was the magnanimity of the American employer who offered to pay half the cost of transport which enabled Barbados to get her quota. It might be that with the experience of past schemes it will be oossible to further reduce the expense by collecting the emigrants in one place, possibly Jamaica for final passage by American transport ship. Emigration is too important a matter for us in this island to allow any opportunity to slip. Until such time as there is greater industrialisation throughout the West Indies, it is the only answer to our unemployment problem. NEW YORK wnwn named Row Collazo. now farMd over to "the *:*i it mi %  i irarre p!o>. .is la rkin g held in SJSO.ono bail a* an uccomurer." It coded, n'ne delegate in sub %  Mi/tlin* mouse of v.ill iicvoid you all Uto nevessary %  in! of marijuana husband. Oscar, whose fuu io-operation that Y.-l hud it MM DM Ml lnui at the maJ i,, lllltt whit*) raited al UW climax, JIHI who now must . !! %  llnv excruGteUnn vli -. ->f i> plan, u tot Oscar SOUSJPI out hi miKht have added Harry s Tm ...wh-dou I in.H i ranks of Then (Ml oUMfl who listened „MI asked and received Slot), to rid and McXi nl cy, ,, ( ,u.juicily bla. -ig man from cover the coal of a Uttht to PJiei *t was a plot born deep in Uie Harvard, and their spirils took RJ, u, **, "his pr>iiK*,' he I Of a thwarted man's brain, flame from hi* v.—d*. Slowly, plained, tut ho PM no C h a rl ie Guiteau. always a little uncertainly, the; The men left early the next the disappointed omce-xeker who i0 i.ut iis la n la cl — across the Carlbhusband's fantastic effort, was his ;>utomatir, and must have ml can fa l! needier—after the man Campo* nruotod him in fts use. It was to be a mortal blow had Bone back to the island to It was a bit pa*i two o'clock struck In the name of "liberty"— ma tier-mind and incite the local when they aughtel from uv M.it, fa the sweltering little uprising, which still smoulders, cab at the corner or 17th and L-land of Puerto Rico whose buro*cur Collazo went about his Pennsylvania Avenue, paid the den we assumed from a sorely kM baleful work, It was good driver, took to opposite stdi n gligiiil Spain half a Century ago work, several cuts above the the street and advnnced <>n tli< i.i.-h has cost u eu toaiarfly found by the tamp tf the Preside*)) hundreds of mlllaoni "' dollawa of Punrto fUcntri EUair House, %  cross rrom th> who have bean Bown into New monatroui old efa I No oiui know*, or will tell, the York City to reap the dubious Ruildii.g. On the third Boor of the old mansion slept the President, his underwear, building up the .it.,Li. he'd need a bit later the afternoon whe'i he went boettni ..fiennatl, of JtanV""-"" A,lm lon Cemetery U> dedicate the abort* km, aJ tun a* the birth of the plot, beneflta <.f ihe City'* dole and to and leaMfhl the agents of the vote, almost as a bloc, for their United States hridged the AmerchampionCommunist-In iCM wilh %  drainer in an erTnrt Marcantonio to pteee details ajeai a metal polisher for New KiK-hellc |KH*ket-bo(,k Xrlingt" t, averaged around 7ll .. j h( ,,>.,. sl ., i„ m bstone ,f British In-home. And he always Fu u Mars hal Sir John Dill though, well of ^"osea"' oT,iy A :;e 'US *wa. a tlguritive fortress, >n. mt.reI thai imsusoectlnv hly, thev might have succeeded, hourhon.1 For .he hwlert Mr"""'^ ** *nai unsu foT.i-v hid tot ,"""' r(M n n ,, i 1 *inrguard, bound up the steps whll %  ') %  : ,.„, ,,. '' Communism, and c lwr H tt drew the Are ..I srve,. t.nnl more is revealed. lh ; .,, v j-p tvuJ |1 ,,. iir)l ,, horl ,,, sljl !" .,„..,. •* a %  k -" i ; 4 J Xr&F£5r srffijtjmn A."sa ever. He was like a man living ent. of San Juan. %  it h^d its root* aroun.i „ a,,.;,,,, the flgun ••< an intense, darkkinncd htlle man named Pedro I inipos. arrested leader nf • %  Nationalist movement whose' disciple* dreamed not only of Ihe overthrow of Puerto Rico' Oscar took dead at tl.< Rut for Oscar, it was no dream guard, who wasn't even U.>k ,.i all. It had taken on iron subat him, and pulled the trigger Uw %  Some day he would get thai was to be Ihe prelude to the Ihe word from his leader, and assassination that was to make he would kill.. and the world in him honoured among men for al which nrst home-named Government vn,cn no Uvcd and "" l fr " ''"i"' J but tncreriiblv the overthrow nf wh,ch ho sprang, would chanaie But instead of a roar, there !K $ST&uT<£5£XZxr < r "* ** %  convinced w orj, a t,m,,l cUi As I Uumpoa is no obscure, bomblhe PV be, er .., , .. e r ou s nightmare, for the guns of i| anarchhrt, nor did clr. T J, e word cam >"t Monday Grisclio and the guards were nov curastance dictate that he share £££. *" "fi^TIT'v -1 £* 5* 1 '"'"": ?"** fl ,p t ? d "l l S the wi,u-vim-ad illiier,i<-v ,.i hi. PUnl It would be, by his faulty cartridge and oined in the illiteracy „f his frtAmcricas and had street, up creaking stairways of "the Movement In the United been fanned to its *ullen flame whose flaky walls were vivid with Stales." and left to his "high In distant parts of the Hem Isscrawled ubM-eiiitieB. sense of patriotism and sane phcre, and then had come toAt the lop of that sordid little* judgment everything regarding gether in vivid focus on ; %  MIIUIV world. Campos found willing this mattOT." street in Washington had died— '' • %  1 I %  % %  Another, in memorandum form, scarcely 30 yards from cuLaclysA proud, harsh, black-eyed spoke of funds to be raised and mic fruition. 1.N.B KOItl \\ WIMI I l NEW YORK. Ke-appea ranee of enemy jetpropelled planes In the Korean skies and the reported aotrj Chinese Communist troops into the conflict raised the dellnile possibility today that gucrul, leslstanee may continue throughout the long and bitter winter. So f;r as any real threat to th-' B HK-e t the arorld Ls ( %  iiii'ii^'i. urtli Ki'i'e.il.s ii.i\e been di'te.i',.1 unless the Soviet', dcuiii-d to play a more active role, which la considered exceedingly unlikely. But long-drawn out mopping up i iH'iMtions ;ip|>car In Proaji* I and .iAnn iu.ni farCOg are culiunitted leading the United Nation:, campaign until it has ended, il seems highly probable that United State* troops may be in action for ,-onie time tu come. Winter uniforms already are be|Q| I.MH'I ind they Miiely will be needen Su|K-rh spring and autumn .nd a nol too arrtunu* %  ) iniiiei lend th.n.-elvis to aOClal improvement and the priests are I proud of the thousands willing to walk mtles for education and (spiritual guidance. Bui once winter comes, the peasant families hole up in their bouses ami emerge only on rare CHilMUIlA, These homes usually consist ot ,i Mimic square room. A Arc is built on one side and a hole stabbed out of the ceiling to takecare of Ihe smoke. But mUslonarie* who have seen 12 or 15 members of a single family huddled on the floor amid filth and i TIC have been both appalled and discouraged. The young Koreans who form the core of the Korean Communist army are exceptions, of i our.se They have warm, heavilypadded winter uniforms auppUad from Manchuria and Siberia. They are, nigged in any case and have U-en eomparcd lo the ancient clans which fought in Scotland and thrived on icy rain and wintry blasts and to the mountain men of Macedonia who can withstand almost intolerable conditions. The North Korean wind-up of the Far Eastern war may, as a matter of (act, resemble In many respects the long and bitter stnaji"gk in Greece. There, as well as In Korea, the Communists were the enemy. unstinted afatatance came from across neighbouring borders and battles were fought on rocks and crags and In mountain denies. For mouths on end, Greek loyalist forces had to flush the Communists out of almost Inaccessible spots. Air power was reduced almost to uselessness and mountain burros were more effective for transport than tanks and armoured cars. In Korea, added to other inconveniences is thu fact that winter weather makes roads in the North virtually impassable to heavy military traffic. When they are not quagmires of mud they are sheathed with ice and they are narrow in any case, ill-suited to the use of (he ftgenrj weapons which proved the Communists' undoing once United States' troops obtained the necessary superiority. There is one advantage in the fact that ao many American troops had experience in the Italian winter campaign, when Gen Mark Wnyne Clark led forces b victory against almost Misupurabi< odds. He and his troops found ways and means of pushing trucks, tanks and artillery up ice-caked roads and kieiuug weapons in operation despite freezing temperatures. It was the general expectation in Tokyo that the. war in Korea would be over by Thanksgiving. That still could be true, if the sporadic successes gained by the Communists in the North do not U'lokcn any major counter-offensive. But from the beginning, Gen Douglas MacArthur and his staff undoubtedly realized that the oriental propensity for guerrtm warfare would moan continued resistance in isolated areas far beyond the Thanksg.ving date His pledge is to scour Korea clean of warring Communist* and that will be do,,, with no more regard than is necessary for the bodily discomforts Involved —I.N.8. He alleged that a chief, Ntoane, now dead, told tbcl first accused. Chief Lechesa, that he wanted human flesh to assist him in certain troubles. At that time the wooden-legged medicine man was visiting the Motsekua district to collect debts, and he, too, wanted flesh for medicine to help another of the prisoners with wife trouble. The drugging, asserted the prosecutor, was to make Mampalene "more amenable when required for the sacrifice." Altempts were made to put a spell on her by making her shake hands with a man who had rubbed his hand in a special powder. She had been selected to be the "photu" — the victim of the ritual sacrifice of flesh. The Attorney-General spoke of the extraordinary evidence of a woman called Paulina. Her story was that one day, Chief Lechesa gave her a strange commission. "1 want you to be herdswoman to my phqtu," he said. Every day for a week after tliut I'aulma saw Mampalene, but then in her hut she heard a scream and never saw her again alive. AH though he were talking in his club, Mr. Thompson described a Saturday night rendezvous, with whistle signals flashing torches and Mampalene, now thin and dazed, fallen upon by nine of the accused after a second medicine .man had ceremonially sprinkled the killers with a special "medicine." This sad tale of heathen magic was collected by microphones and recorded on a film. Then the court adjourned, and in a truck the 11 men rode to Maseru's single-storey, tin-roofed jail. liaTl OUR READERS SAY Publicity To the Editor. The /ldrocote— SIB,—1 am directed by my Committee to reply to the adverta criticism in Mrs. SkinnerN letterpublished in the "Advocate" of Thursday. November 9th The facts are as follows:—On November IHlh, 1946. Mrs Skinner wrote to the Publicity Committee offering them (at 84c. per copy) the entire edition of 3,000 of the Souvenir Hook of Barbados compiled by Mrs Golde White. Miss Hawkins and herself. As the Committee's funds for that year were already fully allocated the Committal no position to make any such purchase. But even with funds iiT their diat^CSa] the Committee would not have felt Justified in making what was. after all. a pur* speculation, for the Souvenir Book in our opinion was not of markabla mtrtt that • sale was assured. The Committee were willing, however, to handlv the book on consignment and act as distributors free of cost which offer was accepted I j MI BUnnav la %  letter dated 23 11.40 in which she will gratefully accept the Committee's offer to have the Souvenir Books consigned to them as distributors, and I agree to all their conditions as laid down In v.ur letter ot 21 11 40 To m> certain knowledge the Souvenir Books were displayed 1 advantage at the Information Bureau, and introduced tu visitors on all occasio is From 1. 1946, to Mach 1948. 165 copies of the Souvenr Books were sold wholesale through the Information Bureau, w-th no monetary profit to the Ca.nmlttce. mittee during Uut period bought an additional 150 BoUVSfUr Books, of which 91 were sold and 59 distributed to visitors. ttar dated 24 ft.48, Mrs. gain offered U lbs opportunity of purchasing the Souvenir Book at the, ieduced price of 50c. per copy In lob of not less than UK) copies, to be used for advertisement, mlttce agreed to purchase 100 books and these were sent to the West India Committee for free distribution in the United KiBMdom. I would state that publicity such as in contained in "A Souvenir of Barbados" has a very poor chance of sale against the free distribution of the Barbados Publicity Commlttce'j illustrated brochure which contains all necessary information requested by Tourists. I would inform Mrs. skirniei uid other Interested readers that these brochures are (ti-lribuleri in quantities up to Mt.OOO OOP I 'he U.S.A.. I (j) Venezuela, which gets in addition a folder A. a matter of illustrated brochure costs approximately 1 Heeach. I hope the above fact* will refresh Mrs. Skinner's memor> and serve to contradict her statement that her ofler was "turned down fiat and after great persuasion only a paltry 25 or so of the books were purchased" M HOWEI.L. Acting Secretary. Barbados Publicity Committee, n'omi: The Turn About To the Editor, The Advocate — SIR.—Is not the new phase in Korea profoundly disappointing" To hav e to begin the campaign over again to a big exten*, em vast China In it and Russia not fir awajM And then the tolls and sufferings and deaths among th.' llnr>oimg men of the United on a yet aavi than before, as we ar,. told' Als t tiie colossal destruction of buildinns and homes and Industries In Korea! And "war docs not end war." th wise mam aay. though s-ometunes It Is a devilish ternporary neo I wonder if you or nny of your readers would agree with me If I expressed the opinion that too %  -ueh has been left in the hand* of General MacArthur thu brilliant l soldier, and that ho has handled the second stage .-ii Ihe business on wrong itnes. Ilr; m not given the Chinese Communists Jusn the excuse and opportunity they wanted to conw ui and "help their friends"Whv go so far into North Korea? If Uioy prefer a Communist set up why' not let them have it at least until they find out their mistake"* Is not that d> freedom? -And further, can we be surprised if the C\ mmunista say that the United Nations ar c doing Just what they have been "* to do. this-Is. to use fore,to tl.eir ideology'.' Result: the "hot" war seem* to have besjun. and D. V. SCOTT & CO, LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIALS at THE COLONNADE Pint*. ENGLISH ICING SUGAR Tins CHUM SALMON (Tails) Tins I.VI.1S GOLDEN SYRUP Usually NOW .31 M .51 • .23 .20 FISHERMEN we have FISHING LINES— 9. 10, 12, 15, 18, 24, 30. 36 lbs WHITE COTTON LINES 6, 9, 12. 15, 18, 24, 30 thread STAINLESS STEEL WIRE— 10.21. 23 gauge FISH HOOKSNOB. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14. 16 L 0 2/0 COPPER PAINT— ) gin. tins and many other items ty interest you. who can tell how far It will spread? I think It is a very great pitv that after the North Korean* we.-> driven back over the 38th Parallel, or a few mile* beyond it. the politician did not take over from the soldier and invite th" North Korean Heads to arrang!i a peaceful second phase. A United democratic Korea is .1 fine ideal, but If not immediate! >' practicable a divided Korea would rot be worse than a divided Ireland or India or even — for 1whlle — a divided Germany. Of course our ideas canno: 1 reach the situation or influence it I In any way. however wise or un! wise they may be, but our minds I are bound to work upon it— and "the looker on etc !" So one would very much like to get thesp Idea.;, over, and find out whether thi %  rtb anything or not. F OODSON Chelsea. November . 1W0. WILKINSON & IIAYNLS CO.. LTD.. Successors To C.S. PITCHER & CO. 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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Post Office Porter I •* %  *!* %  ?•' Guilty Of Larceny Will Be Sentenced Today SENTENCE wm postponed until to-day bv His Honour the Chief Justice Sir Allan CoUymon on St/Clur White, a former porter of the Post Office, after he was found guilty by a jury on two counts of larceny and one count of detention of postal packages at the Court of Grand lesrioni yesterday. His Honour the Chief Justice Plantations Lid. to pay debt. He told While that he had robbed the poor hard working people. H told him that punishment i meted out largely as a rteterren to prevent other people from acting similarly. Mr. W. W Reece K C\ Solicitor General appeared for the Crown. The Police P.C. 157 Mayers said that ne accompanied Ins peel or Bourne and other Policemen to White'* home. He was posted outside the premises while the others went into the house They later came out and wen! bite the yard Ttu-y looked into Ihe pit and saw puiiers White toM Inspector Bourne that his wife had thrown the papers into the toilet. The others left and he remained to keep guard over the pit No one went to Ihe pit. P.C. 200 Marshall, who relieved P. C. Mayers, said he also kept watch over the toilet. At 8 o'clock he turned over to Inspector Bourne. After Inspector Bourne arrived a mm iSifll Into the pi' and took out letters etc. Chamberlain Hope, n Civil Servant, said that in June last he was attached to the G P.O. On Monday. June 12. Mr. Springer brought some letters into the Circulation Department There were airmail letters that had not been date Manii-ed. The matter was reported to the Postmaster ami tans ami labels were found 00 the floor letter* were bund In the department. Another Porler Ralph Graham, a porter at thi later sent the counterfoils to Un Postmaster. £500 Ferdinand Arthur of Bank Hall sold that he went to Bermuda In 1M6 and returned in 1S50. In June last he mailed a letter to himself at a Barbados address He included a draft for over £500, his savings He returned to Barbados but never got the letter. Edward Skecte of St. Sylvan* Village, St. Joseph said that he la too son of Sobers. His sister, Mrs. E. Goodrldge, lives in the Canal Zone and sends money orders to his mother. He reads hjf. mother's letters and also cashes the orders. He was called by the Postmaster and later shown a tatter from his sister His mother did not get that letter. Ruth Tudor of Pounders Gap, Westbury Road, said that her husband went lo Bermuda In IMG and returned in July this year. He used t send her Postal Orders. The letter shown to her la from her husband but she %  eeetved It 4 Postal Order* Theodore Tudor, husband of Ruth, told the Court how he sent the letter and enclosed four Cl postal orders. Mabel Atwell of St. Lawrence id that her nusband went to Bermuda In 1942. He came home last October. The first time that she has ever seen the postal order shown to her in Court was when Cpl. Nurse brought it to HIT home. Hirhmoiul Atwell next identified the letter he sent to his son. He enclosed £6 in Postal Orders. lassie Fenty, wife of Leo Fenty. For Hospitals And Other Services A ResoluUon for $34,540 was concurred in by the Legislative Council yesterday to provide for supplementary expenditure HOUSE PASS HOLIDAY WITH PAY BILL out-patients being treated, increased use of expensive prep aratlons such as penicillin anJ G.P.O, said he knew White. On wld that her husband went to June 10 he was on duty ulonu wiiii White. Robert Clarke was the Clerk in charge. The B.W.I A. Clerk came in and handed letters to Clarke. Clarke and White took them to the Circulation Department. White continued to work but soon afterwords he said he wanted to urinate very badly and went Into the ladles' toilet. 'After he came out of the toilet he continued to work until about 43u p.m. He then went to the pipcjdolph and lo wash his feet. White returned I island last Bermuda in 1948. He is still there and sends her registered airmail letters containing postal ordersShe recognises her husband's handwriting on the letter shown her in Court. Her husband sent her the receipt and counterfoils for the £3. 2s. 6d. he had sent her. ployee in regular employment the legal nghl to two week, holiday with pay eat-h year Now there thl General Hospital, the Mater""TT OT mor t ***^ llh P*?. nity Hospital and Miscellaneous !'" 1 *""* "•* Barlw.l. „* he did. he knew there would bv a I tendency to reduce this to iwo Whore the General Hospital u weeks as would he prescribed by concerned, the provision in the law if |bg Hill became law. He Estimates for 1950-51 has proved was throwing out a hint ti those insufficient owing to the inemployers who now gave more creased number of in-patients and than two weeks, that they Mould ,n be expected to do the same ihlng even though the Bill be passed, .treplomycl... .nd th. .ncrd S?,J d *Vo" t l '!nm,"m' ' ""' It it necessary to provide adnek leave and holida ditional dining table-, crockery. cutlery and kitchen utensils for the Nurses Home for the 60 additional nurses authorised by the General Amendment Order. 1950. No. 3 Por these nurses, an assistant additional cook and two additional maids are also required. Under the Head Maternity Hospital it was explained that uV provision In the Man] 1050-51 has proved inadequate to meet the replacement of pupil mid wives' uniforms. It was pointed out in the note to the Item Clerical Assistance under the Head Miscellaneous Services that owing to the unusual number of requests which hnve been made by various departments during the yCSf for extra clerical assistance, the amount provided In the 1950-51 Estimates has been expended and a supplemantsry amount of V2.4DU is required lo meet estimated expenditure to the end n( the financial year. l*st Item in the Resolution, also under Miscellaneous Services, was Conferences and ihe note said that of the provision of $4,800 included in the 1950-51 Estimates under ibis Item, an amount of $4,296 has already been expended to meet the expenses of the delegates to the Commonwealth Sugar Conference held in London and ihe BOgST lotdVrente held In Grenada during the year: further expenditure estimated at $1,182 is outstanding on account of these Conferences. Supplementary provision is now required and It Is requested that the amount of $6,07R be provided to meet expenditure for the remainder of the financial year. with pay. There was a type of employer who when an employee took sick would tell him "You can haw have your two weeks' holiday now." Mr. J. H. Wllklnae-i said that he thought the honourable member or some other had raised the same point when the Bill was discussed last yeur He could assure him as be had done on the last occasion, that those who were in the habit ot giving three weeks to their employees—and there was a great number of such employers—would continue to do so despite the legislation that was proposed ti_ be enacted for the giving of two weeks He believed that the h< member honestlv knew that. On the last occasion when the matter was being discussed in the House, he had said that the Opposition were entirely in agreement with the principle of %  holiday with pay." Holiday without pay was no holiday at all Some of them felt, however, that < mi' of th provisions In the Bill might not be effective, and after reading the debate in the Other was anxious to see the present Bill enacted. When the Bill first came before the House there seemed to have been very little discussion Judgimt from the Official Report he had read. Hon. Members then seemed lo think that the Bill in its present tondltton would be workable in the island He had not been present then and he would like to take the present opportunity to (ay that as far as he could see it wouM be better to go Into the BID carefully with a view to make it suit local conditions. Mr Mottley said that if any worker in this country should have an annual holiday with pay it was a domestic servant .A number of these workers who he would like to see get the benefit Of the proposal In the Bill would not in truth and in fact be getting any real benefit. The great majority of people In this colony who hired domestic servanta were employees themselves With his limited knowledge he found that the Bill did not offer sufficient E roteetion to these domestics He oped the hon. senior member for St. Joseph would give further explanation on this point. Dealing with the agricultural Ubourer, he wanted the hOsV members first to consider If thai woo the best type of legislation to pass for the agricultural labourer In Barbados the agrticultural .„ labourer was employed either ', by Job. task or day's work '' He. the labourer, was one of the (people of the island who needed no recommendations to obtain a job He did not feel that that bill would benefit agricultural labourers What he would have liked to see was a '.aw passed compelling the, employer to ime him a percentage of thS wages he had earned over J period of a year. "That would be of greater assistance to him." he said. He wanted to draw to lhe-atPlnce he would now like the hon j member who had introduced it lentlon of the House a section of lo allow them to consider It mo.• the bill which read "every emcarefully | nloyer shall keep such records of As regards a man enmloved lo • i the remuneration, periods and i the Department but he ^Graham) left Later that night he saw While by the Empire Theatre The next time he saw him was at the CM.D. Conrad Clarke, another porter at the G.P.O. told the Court how he assisted White in taking the HWIA mail to the Department White next asked that the Pout Office bag straps be shown to Clarke and told His Honour that he was given the straps by Clarke after he (Clarke) had sold six Post Office bags to a fisherman. Mr. Bryan, recalled, said that there was no such thing as n duplicate mail bag. The Postmaster Mr. Armstrong was also recalled and he said mat Conrad Clarke's work was not satisfactory and he was placed months' probation Frank Roberts, a Ul'D.. gaaa.scnger, said on June 10, he saw the H.W.I A. Clerk arrive with mail. White was working with the mail. To White: On the 10th June MIU and I left work together. Cecil Blades, also a G.P.O., porter, and Eric Harris corroborated Clarke's story. Lucita John, a St. Lucian. said that she has been living in the island for two years. She is a School Teacher at St. Patrick's School. She said that the medals shown her were those of Our Lady of Fatnna. They are ordered either by the "Mother" or -Father" of the Church. She once borrowed White's radio but In came for it on Ihe following day A Good Friend A Son Evelyn Wilson of Checker Hall, St. Lucy, said that she had a son Bermuda. His name Is Kanhe returned to the month. He used to send her postal orders. She was shown a Postal Order for 15/and Identified the handwriting as that of her son. She never got the money. Randolph Foster told the Court how ho sent his mother the postal order and was given a receipt by the Bermuda Post Office. He used to go to school with White ot St. Leonard's Boys" School. Elaine Robinson, a ahopkeepe.of Carrington's Village, said that she had %  brother—Winston Edghill— In Bermuda. He sends her letters containing postal orders monthly. On June 14 she went to the Central Police Station and Cpl. Nurse showed her a letter. It was in her brother's handwriting but she never received it. She was also shown 15 Postal Orders for £1 each from her brother. She never received these orders. The counterfoils corresponding wilti the orders. Dorothy Hinds said that her son, George is in Bermuda. He sends her money m airmail envelopes. She come? to the City with her daughter to get the money. Dorothy's Daughter Clementine Hinds, daughter of Dorothy, said that she lives at Lakes Folly. Her brother in Bermuda sends letters containing postal orders. On June 27 sho went to the Central Police Station and identified a letter and two postal orders from her brother George. One of the orders was addressed to her father but he died since this case has been g< bag Clarke, the porter came. This was at about 10.00 p.m and she told Clarke that her husband was not at home. Clarke left. Next witness. Frank Bailey of CssringtOtVl Village, said that at about 10 p.m. on June 10, he was standing at Harrison's Road. He saw a man going towards Mrs White's place The house was closed and the man called out for Mrs. White "I am Clarke" The man said: "I'm Clarke the postman." and Mrs. White looked out at the window. Mrs. While asked Clarke what lime they had ilnlshed work and Clarke replied. "at about 4.30 p.m." Mrs. White then s*rid mat her husband had not yet come home. James Butler also said that on the night of June 10. he heard a male voice call at Mrs. White'! place. That was all he kne' : the case. Garfleld Thompson of CsiTUal Un's Village said he knew While He rrequented White's home He is the brother of O. Thompson He said that at times Whit asked him to receive any thin* that was brought to the home In March last he was in the back of the house. Someone brought box, dropped it at the front door and walked away. He did not s the person. White called no more witness^ md at this stage the Court ad ourned for lunch. about After Lunch Lilian De Rose of St Lucia. Rachel Augustin. another St. ( Ml j th at she was the reputed wife Lucian. said ihat she was a good I 0Thompson and lived at friend of Miss John She knew whiU ..home While for about two years. Shr' W never gave White medals to give lo Miss John. Mabel Brewster of Massioh Street said that her husband went to Bermuda but came back in October last While in Bermuda he used to write her monthly and also send her money orders. Eudora Parr^s. daughter of Mabel Brewster. said Ihat shi always took her mother to cash money orders at St. John's Post Office. Granvllle Woodroffe. said that in 1948 he went to Bermuda and returned in J year. While in Bermuda he used to send Postal Orders to his wil He also sent some to Mess 1 On the morning of June 11 she saw detectives at the house. They took papers from the pit. She did not put them in the pit. O. Thompson, last witness fir the Prosecution said that he renlcd a room from White for himself and De Rose. White's wife also lived In the house. She has a child about nine months old Last Witness First witnesK called for defence was Vivian White. wifi St. Clair White. She said that on June 10. White left home about 6.30 to 7 00 p.m. and returned at about 1 00 a m. with the detective During White's absence After the evidence of Garfleld Thompson one of Uie witnesses for the defence the court was adjourned at 12.30 p.m. When Court resumed White ad dreieed the court. White in his addiess accused James Clarke of stealing the articles. He said that June 10, Inspector Bourne asked him If he knew that some igs were missing from the Post Office. Bourne asked him if he had money on him and when at the C.I.D. a corporal began to search him. Mr W W. Recce did not address the court. After White's iddress His Honour the c.'h Justice told the jury that no doubt they were appalled at th> ber of people who were robbed of s sent to them from abroad The defence did not deny the evidence given by the witnesses Most of the people robbed were hard working people who were 1" money sent to them from their husbands, sons and After a deliberation of IT. minutes the jury returned a ver diet of guilty on three counts of larceny hole year there could be objection whatever, hut he wi*s sure the hon. member would realise that the difficulty aro** with regard to seasonal employees. He thought it was in Clause •( where reference was made to S person employed for a period of three months, but that was a Clause which to his mind did not really cover the situation properly It might be necessary to refer the BID to a Select Committee not with the idea of blocking it. but with the idea of making it ore applicable. A large number of people employed one domestic servant for the simple reason that they could not afford any more, and it was felt by some that these servants might be dismissed rather thai be given two weeks' holiday with pay. He thought that domestic servants were some of the most deserving of employees that should be given holiday with pay, but he did not want to do anything that would affect this deserving class of employees unfavourably. There was on agreement between the Trade Unions ami th,Sugar Federation that everyone who worked for a certain number of davs uer year, (he thought It was 260 days), was entitled to holiday with pay It often happened that the workers were employed for less than three months All these things wanted going Into and he hoped the hon member would appreciate that It was only his intention to have the Bill work effectively that h desired it to be sent to a Select Committee. Mr i: D. Mottley (E) said that during the election campaign both parties in the House had pledged that they would support a Bill to provide annual holidays with pav Having pledged themselves to dso they were morally bound 10 support a Bill of this nature. Lik his colleague and the membersupporting the Government ployment and holidays of every employee employed by him as may be necessary for the purpose "f enabling him to comply with the provisions of this Act" That r ;ion wanted amendment 'Every employer" could be otherwise translated "those employees who are employers", he said Then the Government was %  king in the BUI that such people should be made to keep books One could imagine a policeman's wife who kept a servant having to keep a book for that purpose If the BUI was passed, it would be exposing many people in Barbados to the danger of conviction for something which the hon. members themselves knew they were not goinrv to do The Bill should be one which would benefit Ihe majority of the Island In The Legislature Yesterday COUNCIL Mux J D caastdMr, Praaldenl tM Lr* — H UT an* Hon. Df i J..iin Tli.MH **t* Paul .,... la >rw r\.lw,ul Treaaurrr b> lb* Ctwuwiiaa M uf Paaara durttts ih* aii i-r rnded Wlh ol SV*>Uib*r, IBM H ul U Auailor Qaasral am U>a Audit of UM Aceounta of ska Osssay (IJ Old >MI lt-t Th* Council concurred In . naalutut* m, follow. RvaoluOona to placs Out auni at prTl %  I UM dbpowl i>> lh.i.-i-rmir miu culiv* CummltW lo •UMthMiwnl 0>* SL.ii.Tj.trISM M Part II CoBIUI. u pMI in lb* s-nnii.m.1,1 JI i B-imjilr. ISM-SI. No M, im tori, th* ftrhdub> 1.1M in. ium of SI i" iiovvrnui in Ka.ri.-i iiwlrmrnt th* Stalin (, > MM SI M s,.n t ... i. 1 -rv.h | ., %  Msa HraoiLiiuxi i place ih nun ol at.SSO 1 Ibr dupioal ul Irw U"miit ill linn rr lo aupplrmenl Ibr E>lin Ir. ISM-SI. Pan II Carnal, aa .hown in M aupplamanlaiv Eatlinataa ISM SI. Ho I tvhi.h tafia Ow Si-li*dule in thl* Nn> pfckSsaattM tiom Ihe Publtr Ti>*< in. i .i ... !" i. 1 Eaaaaa. Oawn bar. 1BU> lo be puwvd al Ihe iliapow' of Ihe Oo>rtwM m Ivuliv. I'aniiu: KM U> aupplrmrnl UM bUm.1.ltM-31 Part II. Capital anet oul in ihr Sus*lr matilar* SUIIinatn ItM-ll. No M. Whirl* lorm the rirhedulr lo ihln Meaolutlne iMMhttlSB hR fl-'i.UN PUB) of SM.M.I al Ihr .1i-n.j| ol ilir QaffflBf 111 *.r..i In.•...iimllrr to Hu|.pk>nnl UM tallnvaUISM 91. Pan I. CurrSttV M %  hown in Ihr ttupplrmrntarv KaUmale. ItM-ll. Ho J wltieh fonn Ihe Srhed.ili1...1.' VrVAV.V.V.V.W.V k If.tfV II IHISIf .'.' %  %  PURINA %  %  PIGEON (HOW %  H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. D....4*-.fg V.V.V.V.V.V.V.VA Broad Street i.lnllon to approve RnMlatlom it ...iiiur Committee MfttSfl %  M Ihr RaihaHtoa Pan. v %  nJurlUin and Kspo" Art 1*37 IMJ 14 Th* Counrll p*>Ttl i„Vasti an of £I,SM Tnr t IIIIIX-II poaUwiMd a BUI lo amend Ihe Pancv Molaaaei Production m po.1 Art. Ittt A Hill I., amrnd Ihe VrMUr* A< areferred lo a . i. HOUSE ben Ihr n '. I.IJJ. Ml II Adaina UM a •latnneiil of the of naonrv paid ovei lo th* Colonial Ti.-in. Um i niliHaSwiHi of PoOc* ns Ihe quarter ended Sthli HrpUmhrr Cottoit Assoriiilinii Meets on Friday HIS Excellency the Governor has kindly consented to attend the Meeting of the West Indian Sea Island Cotton Association (Inc.) to be held al Queen's Park on Friday the 17th of November at B 15 ajn. and extend a welcome to e delegates. The following delegates from the cotton growing islands will be at riving on Thursday to attend this meeting:— St. KitU: Mr. W E. Walwyn Nevis: Mr F Henvllle Antigua Mi K It Allnult. Director of Agriculture for the I-eeward Islands. Mr F. H S Warneford Moniserrat: Mr. A. VV. Griffin St. Vincent: Mr. K. Casson Mr J V. Lockne. Cotton A*l viser to the Leeward Islands. Mr T A. Twyman. a Member of the London Advisory Board anil Chairman of the Negotiating Com mlttee Barbados will be represented bv Mr A deL Innlss and Mr 1. Smith HALL'S DISTEMPER 0* 0 nMff| WMHT recogniil lint grdt WATER PAINT Committee lo •iipplriiirnt Ihr BallM IWSIM. Pan I. Current, aa ahowt %  r %  Mi|ipl>ii>rnlar> Eatlinatra l*i M II. which form in* ffrhnlulr to thl lulUm rtiMali-l tradr a %  %  -..,I... >. —1 I i olutktn Irv tabled queahof Ion of liutitiri. uPubUe Markri r %  n, lanes-) I I (tlrndalrv'l'iii'ii n.1 M tha thr local M. IMS %  K. .ut the n piovMI* I TiH-.lar WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK A COMPLETE RANGE OF HliMBER Cycle Parts. ^ THESE SPARES INCLUDE: I BACK STAYS CONES and NUTS CENTRE BEARINGS WHEEL AXLES BRAKE GUIDES j BALL BEARINGS I CABLES GEAR CASES MUDGUARDS FREE WHEELS CROWN RACES COTTER PINS BRAKE TUBES REFLECTORS CHAIN ADJUSTERS CHAIN WHEELS and CRANKS and Dozens ol other Necessary Items. II ITS FOR A "HUMBER"—WE HAVE II. HARRISON'S Afnb for "HIMBERS" BROAD ST. ftemg oil-bound, aai) of application and of otrtMsncfcng covarlnq capacity, d t ideally tudad to* a" Manor dacoraties pu'potai -Kara a high tUnoVd Um Mih k oWsd. What An M.P. Wants To Know Mr. E. I) Moltley \*\.U;\ tlir following questions In the House Of Assembly yesterday: gt Is tioverument ^wprO lliat Ihenis grout dlssatisfnrtlon existing on the part of BUtctefl earrylng on their tra.le in the I'ubllc Market In respect of the Cold Storage and the Cieneral Storing of Butchers meat In the Cold Storage I'lnnt of the said Market' If UM answer to the above Is "yes", will Government take immediate steps to remedy th same elTiiiively? If the answer to the first Queetlon is In tha 'negative" ill iloveinntent cause ar. Immediate inquiry to be made In respect of the same Department with a view to ascertaining the cause of such dissatisfaction' 1 # is Government aware of the unsatisfactory manner which the LoOkl Food Prodi tlon (Defence) Order 1942. %  <• fjr .is UM slaughter of pigs n vm die Island H • %  .,,.•;u--\ I\X'II. K < .,1 I nil oul. .",.1 IIIIlM MMl it :iffci Is IllMchei who carrj on business in UM Public Market? 2. If UM ;niswer lo the above Is "yes" will Government tuk/) immediate steps to remedy the 3 If Ihe unswer to the H Question is In the "negative" will Government cause an im%  to be made In respect of Hie -tame lk-uurlment with a view to ascertolninR th? f such dlssatls/acti FOR THE BEST IN MATCHES DEMAND THREE STARS SWEDISH MATCHES ON SALE EVERYWHERE rALLMlW AMJL THRIFTY SHIU'REH.% TO TUT. HIIOllHY.tr Offvr . The Most Attractive Styles for Ladles sod I an at Popular Prices. mm f N I.ADIfcS and CHILDREN—A fine assortggfj %  .-v „.,,,„ | ^ |n vour |||ce >nd p ocket M.XXntl A4m% A Style ana match for all EnsemW. DHESS #!##/!# l/s Crept-de-Chinf*. Satm.i. Shantung Spun.*. Slub Spuns. Plain Marshal Fabrics in many Shades. 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WKHNkfcJiAV. NOVEMBER IS, ,*M BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. V. tl;-ll M I m PSA •Hi l**v tver aVirnnei' *•. BMM Be*) WlnllM BeuL Or-otge AnhMI C R OllSe, IN MKMOKIAM In -*e loving i ****>>, mm. i umm, %  tole'.ad At'Ciuwr^ none lair. Nuve.a* |Ma Tne tfiork •*** pnt la* bluer arvtr We never thought Mr *•*> . M Oaly than*) %  > %  * lnv* con tell T.e **n -of cuiu without Uiml The laer* .ho gt—>, K Uto* V e, B\it ere'U rnaet on IIKM bngnt .nor*. T<> put no nor*. Ever la few >vinand by O W ape .htiabandt. Orme. Grf>. Hoy. OwnM' Onld*. Enid Taut Malcolm .Sew Yor.(Wldrem. Oat*, T.III. Irn IW FOB SALE AUTOMOTIVE ONE Standard Sport %  Modal .eater Motor Car. 1" THE GENERAL AGENCY CO r>doa LTD. II Huh SI Phone all, 14.'I JO 3n HKMilUK mtMrvw. New and gved claaa awaaiil Itarut furniture In Mahonov. Hint. -.-.I Hue Laiae v-.t-ly .1 BalM •eard'. Sh.. Room.. Hardwood Ailev lOlllflllr 1U rii-^i.i. .. .._?.... PIMM! \OTI< fcS NOTICE m r*im or -T rrira VMlt Sci.mU ili be received by aigned up to November 1HI AuplH-Uori forma a.*l full particular* tan W oB4niaed B t in* Parochial Tren !*** %  I umce during Tueadaw. I* 00 In SI P. Tfcunalay. lieo to I 00 p.m.. Setui ray. I* UD to MM Noon. O%  COS BIN. Parochial T r iaaunar THE PHARMACKITICAL SOCIETY Of BARBADOS %  Thurvday. November To receive If* Fin • %  Annual Beeort Election of officer. General Bunne*. ihd IhnSncW Statg !! A MAPP. %  on Serrrtar. II 11 M.—3i POULTRY • hit* Emden Oudi n tl month, old MISCELLANEOUS ANTIQUES Of Kiw daarrlDlK GU... China, old Jewel*, fine EL Watereolour. Early book*. Map. Auto%  rapin nc ai oorrlncoa Antique Shop BSUBaS n al floral Yeehl Club. .I"*'!^ 1 *'*" 0 "" "•*••• Vidro ruicM. All Bran. Shredded Wheat. Qua." Oat. in Package* and Looer W. PORO. 35 Roebuck Street Dial I HHIRU FRllT — Pmnoa. D**a>. PLti. K-lalaa. Mined Peel. Chem. al*e Table H-Uiiu. In Peck**jn, lib ft. '.tb >*,W M. PORD. 3S Rovouck Si. Dial 3M IS II w %  *. OAI.VAN1ZED PTPEfl In 4". i*\ ll* and 2" alao falvaniiad abaota m Oil tn.. anl 8fl longlha Enqulro Autt TVr* Company. Trafa^u SU^I Phone %  *•• %  .u.•-. %  R-itttiv.. Ltd. TTNNEn FRUrT Paaj-a. P-achai Praptlr a and Small Ai>rlnH( Ptn. %  W H. PORD. M Koobuvk S(rl Dial Ma* lo.II.IW- W ^ h,v m '' K %  • '•' Hubbatd Av.r Skin Lolkm whiab la a non-dryln* i-anri.-r fur all tvp o( akin, and lo •Ma In ronnlna; in* pom KNIGHTb LTD || U6~an. Wr Mn %  a. I* Hub bar<| Ar .hiny .km. in aaaorlad abada* I b-.i KNIGHTS LTP. 11 lt. -Jn FOR aUiNT BOULOGNE SI Uwniu, G.p Plilly furnlahad Vacanl Drrcmtor lit Dial WOT. u n So l-i CRTBTAL SPBINOI — St JaBBM Coaat "Annoi" Now available for rant By month Vacant Nor Dae. 'an Pully fumlatlod and oqulppad. aVcallont aoa bathing Pttvato Roach Cook. BuUar available T.l ll-M Appolnlment to Tktw. %  aaTaaaUUfEA 1 01) '..-r.i.hc.i on St Jamra Saa Coaat phono tl-M II 11 BW-dn. PLAT Wini< Court. Palm B+ach HaatiraDi, S BailrooRia, Drawirul and Dining Roomi. I V-nd-ri Pantry. KlWhanatW. Csragr All modrtn conVmtancra. coal and airy nnr lba> aw. Available n December M. Apply: T. T. Clarke. Phono Mil or * lit I SO—an rLAT-Small comforlabU unfurniahet Plat at mitigate Hotiae. St Michael Vacant now. Por rurtlMV aawOruUfra phone Z, Wllklnaon Haynea Co Ltd.. Ofllco. J II SO I f HOUSE—called Plower leading U, Muwall Court It baa Verandah. DrawCajt and Dining mom, 3 Brdmoma. Kitchenette. Sortanfa room. Garage Pulto furnlahad ii--ludin,T Refrigerator Apply to D-Arey A Rcott, Magaxlne Lane lSll.ba_dn .STItATHMIGLO On M Appleby It. Jorraa..—Newly built modem houae wlU front and back porchoa. threebedroom each with running water, dining n-nr large altllng room, garage, eaevaat foom. electricltv and modem convent encea. Haa never been tenanted Reidfor occupancy. Dorember lit lS0. Phono mm. Mr. C C Clarke. 11.11.10— m Phono 1135. New Royal. Plllaaal WAIXTW HKLP CCSTOMS HOUSE C1XBK Reply %  liling aare. prevtou" ekperterare and salary e-.p-xted to ioi No. 44 Co Advocate Cdrnpan* Ltd 1111.80—6n NOTICE re eetato o WILLIAM •eataaaai NOTICE a HERfCBY GIVEN Ikgd all %  rauna having any daS*t or claim I.lmt the eatate Of William Worrell deceaaed, lafe of Jaekann In the pariah S-Int Michael, who died in Ihle •0 mi the Stth day of Septaanhar. are reauaaled to aend paiiicuiar. of Ibcii dettt* and. clalma dutv atleaMd to Ihe ni>dwauand Hubert W^arma" T..II 0 g Meeara Hnea A tinmlri No II High Street, prutgeto-n SoUelton. on or before the Mat riaol December. S0. after which dale i %  h-ll proceed to dlatrlbuto Ik* eeaeU %  Hied thereto, having regard only In ." clalma of which I ahatl then have had notice and I will not be liable for the aaaeti or any perl thereof eo dattrlhuled lo any person of whoae detyl And all pereona Indebted lo the aald relate are ratjueated to aetUe their indebted neea without delay Ikated thla Hat day of October ItW HUBOtT WATERMAN TU1J.. •anallfl-d EaecuLrtf.ll tO_4n ••I VERIVMIvKT .NOTHES AUCTION TV GUM, *. --. IVYLORS DAP MAI. Board ^nd Bhl.igle Houaa. In i aaUtoga wue II • %  sa i UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER U'lM.t ATIONS KKOM WOMEN FOR TRAINING AS Mill WIVES AT THi: MATERNITY TRAINING HOSPITAL AjylicitoR. are inviuBd fiom worRWi b**tn tha zgvs a* 18 %  ad 30 for tnun.ru. as mtdwive-. ai ih Barb.dc* Mal-rrnit% TltufSBM rfatptta] The couia. ol uaimni will ixtand ow a pariotl of 18 monihs and Fcbruaiy. IMI Mil i-tfive: u training allowauco o( 114.00 On Thunday ISth. I Mr. j I Howvll wa will aall her rurmtute at Eaat Wind. Ruckle, New Road, Wfuch nclude. eery good Eateneton OUHag Taete to aaat la. Upright Cha i TBbaaa. Antlejua Card. Table and re. Morrla Aim Chair. Sanng laanai. aU In MabaWany Dinner gon. S nU haaed. ffade TatWe. Tea TtolPutno bv Beck-tain Gleaa and la. Tea and Coffee Servtcea Pruit Plale. PI.1.C Ware In Entree DMhe.. hah Knivea and Pork. Tea Service, %  MM poonrarrav ClaHaEf, f* foMina Verandah Chair. Clock. P. urea ainajia Menogat" Urd4thouee Refrieerata. .Unit Yeari Electric Stove. EIOCUK Oven Kttche. Ulen.it.. Larder OH Stove. Bcalc. and g yg^ -aS"! '""' P r """ c -^ Garden Tool.. Garden Renche. S. r r T ss-,ri*'X£;""?.r as "%  %  It.tNKtH. TROTMAN a CO. Ai rHu i m Itliso hi Applic.iK.ns S". bul 0 l.m,..„ number of qual.llM ne nudMlla wuhlnf lo enter the prrwiit claaje. maj be permitted lo do lo at the discretion ol the Dean M Academic studies JS^, (2. GENKKAL CKCTInCATC or tDl CATION tvenmj classe. SHIPPING NOTICES FURNI7UIH KBMOVfD WITH CAW ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. oaANJBfBTAD" ( % %  1,1a-. ...i. -M n,y;rn al v -tai.bOoewill accept %  Caaga and Fae-i.ta. tor Da-i i .. \tonleeriai SHI Kilt. Sailing Friday ITU, j. The M V. fjaajawl . . rep* < arga aatd P aaaaagaia I-.' fk I'ataja. at Vincent, vlienada a. Ariaba Dale .•! dein %  B.VX ItttoMaMiIKiMn ilaaaclaliaai lac. Tel. 4M7. 3AR8ADCS RN.TURt REMOVER CodrtaaTbMi. Brittor X RJ HARRISON LINE OUTWARD MOM THI OTrrTlD KINGDOM I.'i.i Inh-l WIH aall by Publk COmpeUUen a" omce VlCTtlHIA STltaVaT. •• PR1DAY. irth al 1 pm 10*0 *q. rt al fhad.tcrt.-. Roe.I ni.uui with board and UilMle hotiv coalaiiung open gall,.,, i Inf. drrring. 1 I* onVea (or InapocUon and condition, nt %  I'Hv Dial RMI I!. AHOIKIt McKLNriK 14 11 SO *SEAL ESTATE PROPERTY al Pliti VllUge SI J*n>e) Hi roof chattel houae .landing it ; %  aauare feet of land g<^ng ai %  reaa.au.ble barga.n Apply lo A. H. Bronte Dial I IB* 19 It M fa PROPERTY at Road View at Peter, meeauaa* building allu.te on •. aajuar feet of land all modern amttiitiea -v• %  and vouchara. _.. lo hrlna bel o aoaouai of r Hr %  > Itai m i. doc be aaamlned lay me on any Tuaaday. Priday belwaed MM beuea of 11 a and large vnandah upatair.. Government water and elertrtclty rttbla>. etc In yard. beautiful garden. Inapeel.on at any lime on application |o the caretaker on Ihe premier* Thu property la within I minute, walk from Broad Street. Offer, in writing lo be aent lo Ihe tinderatgncd YXARWOOD BOYCeT. Solicitor. Jamea Street 14.11 10—•>! LAND 1 Rood. 33 Perrhea adjoining The Home Agricultural Station St. Philip Apply W I Orlmlh. C o Haynei Ordain. Solicitor*. Phone 41TA li u H k ROCK DUNDO--JUIuato at Cave Hit! St Michael, with approximately -U Acrea of Land Cwnrlating of 10 At.;, a Acree and 11 Acrea In Sour Oreae a,i. I The Arable Acreage la aa follow* — Plant and Ralooa Can— 14 Preparation %  • The Hoiaaa contain! three bedroom, toilet and bath, drawing and Olniru* rootua. library. Ofnce. cloeod gaiierand hltorrm Servant* room*, garaa" :nd other out building-, two concrete rain water tank* with a capacity of U.OO0 gallon* Electric light anj Cotnparxy*a Water. Three mile* out at •own. bua aarvlce Suitable for Deirv or Drvelopraaol Impart urn Tuoeaav. and Thuradaya II noon lo 4 pa*. Offer, for above will be received in writing by Colin P II Scale Bovcl. ft Skeete. Lucae Street. Bel Dwelllnghouae known a* "Ballevue" alandlng on landa of Graeme Hail Da> veiopment Ltd. al The Slrram. Chiia 1 Cr.urch. at preaenl tenanted by Mr Hugh Leach The houae contain, apaa vetarvdah on throe rtdea, Druwlng and Dlnmi Room. Throe bediooma, Kllrhm. Pantry. Lavatory and Balh. wilh run mng water and BtacUlcHy triroucboul Uiapection on aaplicallon to the tenant between Ihe hour* of I p m and T p That above will b* art up for aale a' lu*>Ua Ca aaap r l ltl oa al our Office No . Jimee Street, Bridgetown, on Trldav ITth November ISH at I p m TaVUtWOOD at iiuv-T Solicitor. 1 II BO—gn main Road 4TS i -ade be rented a I1M-: P.irbadog BJUpplrai anl Tradin G L t-IAHKS A ( % %  GOVERNMENT NOTICE JUNaOR—Young Lady for ornce work. School Certificate rieceaaary Apply' Carter. T. RR-an. Tl. Broad Street MISCELLANEOUS BICYCLE -One Child'. Bicycle auluabl. BOXXB — All hlnde of Card a*aar< Boat, ether lb apply Ad vocal* aHLaaff^'-r WANT HI Tape for a t Mil One UghtmriB Conduct"" H*eey afapro.lm.tely H ft D M STMPflON a CO I II to 3n WANTED TO B*' CAftH-Lal# Mode* Canadian or American car* immedum. Writ* P. A. Springe. Spr> and TraialfM t -Mat XTORAOE tAafKB aBagl or Gaivania* HIV capacity 400 gallon* up Phone RfN irnmedlglell f A. Springer. Spry Stt^et fc Ma aww ilJi.ta-aW. Set out below is the list that hbs been vornpllad from in/oim.itii n received in the Colonial Secretary's Office of Barbadians who IMI their lives In World War II. 2 As (he list may contain errors or may be incumplate the relatives or other persons who are able to supply information of anj Barbadians who were killed, reported missing, presumed killed, died cf wounds or died on active service, not included in the list, are asked to communicate same to the Colonial SKretary's Office. Nai hVgimr.,1 Archer. P.L.I.. D.F.C. Squadron Leader Berkeley. A P.F M Flifht Lieutenant Burke, H Private-. LOST A FOTWD FOUND TIE CUP — QoW Tie Clip on 4th November al Oaman Sapvannah Owner can recover -am* on ktenliSeatlon and paylns coil of UUa advaaL LOST Carter. G W. Clarke. G. L A Cuke, MR. Cumberbatch, G. D.. DaCosta, D P. L Darosta. PC. Deana, D B. W. Davison, PS. Dunlop, A. P, C. ,. Goodlnf. AW Greenidge, J. A .. GraenldgB. J. D .. Hall. J Hiist-ll. D B. L ,. Ince. C P., X>TC. and Bar Innis*. G. H. T. .. Johnson, T. 0, L. Johnson, a). .. ._ n, #. H. .. BtlaaS—Prom Counter at Kmgril* Soda foaii lain ill Package of SHU Pin*' aullafale regard oflrred for retom. Knight* Phoenia Pharmacy IB II" —T-re-TT-^ 1 | ONLY A F*W KOBE LETT! B Ymi 11 tvever be able to ret B vi. IK" art of llMMB likrrakatlr Pals U Thev are really old mater caen* ^t aaaaJa Si kaaapj ,.,.. %  ,,„..,, ^ .na thai type [li Why net get M laaet •. aeeen 41 >•* %  year Ciaaweeh.. Ray "Ix-I ,1 befeee .11 are I4 Jordan Kinj. C P, .. ,,' King. HA Knowles, C. V H .. Knowles. W. U. Lynch, R C. Mahon. MS Manning. J. C. Manning. J H. Miller II F H DT.C. Peebles, J. A. L. .. Peterson. R. B. Proverbf.. KG G Sftanner. J W %  .. Smith, H P V Wsldron. A A. Wtlcojton, P.O. WtUtatilrg, L D. Plying Ofncer C a plain ayargeatit Sergeant Captain Lieutenant Sergeant Pilot Flying Officer Plying Officer Pilot Officer Pilot Officer Guardsman 1st Sergeant lergeant Flight Lieutenant IHthnnder Ptlot Officer Apprentice Officer and Lieutenant FUght Serjeant Mavigator .. Sergeant Flight Sergeant CapUIn Pilot Offiear PlUrt Officar Sergeant Sub-Lieutenant Sergeant Pilot Officer Captain Sergeant Observer Flight Sprgeant S ight Iyirrg C*fficer Sergeant IJeutanant C-sriKaral R.C.A.F. It A f Algonquin Regiment R.A M.C R.A F Ld S H (R.C ) B.A.? RAF Leteester Regiment Irish Guards R.C.A F R.A.F. RAF RAF R C AF. R.C A U.S. Army. %  .i.e. RAF RAF M'-n* d R.C A. Nary. R.C A F R A.F RAF U.S. Army. R.A F RAF n C A F R N V R RAF RAF r>?rset. R.C.A F P A F R.A F RAF RAF. R.H.V R RCA students (or thu Examination, which replaces that i Matriculation (to te discontinued after June 1951) will from September 195J. iccording to the following nchedule Advanced level. Thi-*# rlaavea are iatendetl for atudrnt* MHO hup? to uiuiir for MlU.ii the Leaidon Intermediatr Aru turn, and who to do aa have U paaa In two 5j suhjeel* at Uas advanced level ana thrwe (11 of the ordinary level r*ji lime-table will therefore be arranger! u.**,In.u> perinii meiubvrt of thaaa claanei to |oin claisas In,certain aubjtfla at the ordinar> level ClasM's will be baud in Knglwh. History, Spanish. t|ra, LgBBy and, is there is sufficient demand (Jr-ography. t (Irdlnary level. These*, clauses are intended partly foBRRBH to %  ; .alify for silting Intermediate Aits us above, and partly for those who wish to make d General Certificate of Education their final objective iS.B. The General Certificate of rduration U lo replace Ihe prraeiit Landon Maarirulallon and Srhool OrllHeato Kaamlnaliuna. There ia no mlalmiim or maklmum number of subJeeU in which > candidate haa to pnaa In urder to rerelvr a oertinrale—l.e a ca\ndMatc paaslnt in one or annre aabJeeU will rerelve a rertlflrale to that elleet). Claaaes will be held in English. History. Spanish, Mathematics, Latin, and according to effective demand. two (3J or three (3, of the following:—Gcographv, (•fiieral B tjtnoB. Kiiglish Literature and French NB. There snay. nrcordlni to the nature of Ihe .-Uw* Hnall, deter mi nod W be held, be aeane limltaUan un the e>mbinatluH of aubjerta iipen to individual student*. (a) The tla a will be held in the Bridgetown area, probably at Haiftson Collage (by permission of ihj CioverniiiB Body,. tb) Two lectires of one hour will be given In each subject at each level every weak, between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 p m from Monday to Friday A year's session will be divided into three terms, coinciding with the Secondan School term.(c) Applicantmust be over IS years of ager on the 1st of September 1850 (d) As a guarantee that the minimum educational standard for admiaai. n has been reached, each MtfrllCBflt must supply a etartillcote from the Head of a school stating that the school course up to the age of 14 ha< been satisfactorily completed. (e> Applicants must obtain from the office of the Department of Education application fpims, which must be lilled in and forwarded to the Dean of Academic Studies,, the Barbados Evening Institute, at the office of tde Department not Idler than Thursday. 30th November N.B. Separate farm* mual be filled In and forwarded tn reaped of eaeh subject which the applicant wtahrs to take, but theae forma shonld be forwarded together In a single envelope AprlitanU should mention whether lhe> wish to take each aub)ecl a| Ordinary or Advanced level. Tha exact eanplUnre with theae requlremcnU ia regarded aa a preliminary Vest, aa*! laUara In thla matter may prejudice the adaaa-aian af aapHcavah*. If) Students wtal pay a raw of |!> IHI in gdvanre ei.(h term Thir. fee will be tha same, however manv of the subjects offered the ntudenl chooses to lake 80c; or tha fee will be refunded at the and af the year'' | scission to nil students who have, in the opinion of th % %  Principal, the Dean and the Lecturers, worked satisfactorily and attended resgularly and punctually SUui.ru fees will be paid on tha day of registration, i.e. at the llrst lecture on the Ural day of each term Failure to pay fees at the lime stated may lead to the exclusion Of the student. (g) Students will be required to %  uppu their own it-tioivery and text rxioks as required by the Leetureri. (bj Miould Ihe attendance at any class consistently fall below a standard to bo cletermine.t by Ihe Principal, the class concerned may be closed down. (/Insure will not affect the n-rund of fee* to sludenla whoae work, attendance, and -induct have been latisfactorv (3) COMMERCIAL The pn-Min. Hrst year cla--M-, in Slhurlhantl Typing and Book-kei-iiiiii will continue u asaaufttl .a*tp aaasses A very limited number of -pinlilled new stuareiuj may be admitted retlon of the DCJII of Commercial Studies Beginners' clasaes In the same subject, will be ..ammeiicr-d '" "3 lBSI Students mgy take airthiwa si.bje.ts. fcit (hog,who take Shorthand will fce expected to take Typing, and Vessel SS BEDFORD EARL SS SENATOR 1 fWIAUST" SS "PHILOSOPHER" From m taaom l^ndon I IVI rpoo) HOMEWARD FOR THI UMITRD KIN0D0M m For Closea In Barbadoi ion 7th Nt.v Tor further inrormalion applv to DACOSTA A CO., LTD.-Agenu Canadian National Steamships SOI llllmlMi I I-Miv rtetUHTN •ANADIAN (XlNSTRUtnUH 'ASAIUAN CMAIJXNOER APV Ui'UMEV .. LAPV NELSON I AlV ItOllNEY I^OV NEIMON .. Salia I. Ill* a I Hov i* Hov '.V. i* Da* i .,. i 1,1. t ore t Dec IS Jan. I PeU H P*4> %  Maadaa If Nov I* Mov. Uoe II Dor 11 Dae. h* Jan. II Pali Norcrnnoi sn •-*DV NELSON l-ADV IHU'M > LADV NSLSUN LAI1V HUHNEV LADY NaXJRaH Bai h i t l.i .: l | rare* ad frill J*a •i rat, ai pa. al eia Mare. GARDINER AUSTIN A CO., LTD. Ag.nU. .Ice %  % %  :. stiLE. TIIANSATLANTIQIJC (French Lint) S S. "GASCOONE" Sailing Trinidad ft Fr. Guiana November Hh. i jo. SS "GASCOGNE" Sailing bj PLYMOUTH ft LE HAVRE via Mar i.ique and Guadalaupa Nfevemb.S CULOMBIE Trinidad. La Ouayra, Curacao, and Jamaica December 8th. SS. "COIeOMBIE" SalUng ; Cartagr 1980 Sailing t Martini,,. I7th. ll)V All ah. i Mali. First C Passages Only. %  ..nd Tourist Class Passages. rticulars ..>i r ly to — R. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agente. 1.YMOUTH LK HAVHB • .' and Guadeloupe December .veptimi PwMiujtra. Cargo and •OASCOaNB' COI.OMHIK For ruilher pi CHRISTMAS IS I \ST APPROACHING and #0 ll.V. I XMAS CRACKERS, XMAS TREES, TOYS. Coma In sari) Bad salgct yours. run; VENTRAL EMMHBRWM (CENTRAL FOUNl .ti LTD.-Propfrt.iora) Corner of Broa ., n d Tudor I las iiVeii |r wfl|l>e held There will be an optional class m English, for Commerce BUnlem. which will be opened lo bot.i first and second yeaw students >r n ,• other classes. • %  <) The clasaes will be held at the Combernu-rr School (by permission of the (iovenipig Hody I U*U PrglawsMii %  < for admission will in general be governed b> the standard of .ittainment in English, as determined by a test (di Trie provisions as listed (c), (f). and lh) under Ml Certificate of BViiuatlon apply to thoae entering the Cuinnierclal classe s .jilicants must objpBlB from the oflloe of the Ihipartmcnt of Education application forme, which must be Ailed in and forwardad to the Dean of Commercial Studies, the Barbailo* Fvniin Institute, at the ofnc 6i thi '"'partment not later thsn Thursday, 30th Novonibar N.B. Separate forma must be tilled la and torwaraayg la reaped W each aubject which Use applicant wtasrs. to Uke. bat thane formal ahould be forwarded) tatretber in a single eavelopc Tha esaet tcimallanre v-lth Iheae requirement* lo regarded aa a iHYllmlnarv teat, and failure In Ibis matter mv frejudlre the adntlaalon of applicants. • 4) TECHNICAL. The prenent Orat and second yaar classes in Internal Combustion Engineering and Electricity will continue aa sfacond and third year clasaes respactively There will be no new classes in these subjerta l-erore 8trf*tember. IMI, but a limited number of new student* may be permitted to join the present clasaea, if fully qualified u> do so, at the dicrertlon of the Dean of Technical Studies. Applicants must obtain forma from the Other* of the Department of Education, Which must be filled in and forwarded to the Dean of TatTaWlspl Studies, parbados Evening Institute, al the Offlea of lh,. r>epartrnent not later than Thursday. 3ftth Novembaw N.B. No apptlcationa eao be M*lertainrd escept f>a*a thoae with the fallowlns qauillflralien*: — fit Bd*wall*-tu,l atuUnmenla un to Srhoot Certificate Standard ill) AllemativHy U (I), practical viorkahop esperlenre plus a geed eleanenlary sebeel record ap lt> the ageof 14. enaleraed by the as-rllrasl'fonarr lleaal or other Henlor Teacher. (Ill rtesH-,*> %  practical end ttieeretteal knewledir wf the tubject In which Inetruetlen la aoaight In Jtistlfv entry late a second or third year rfasa. The provisions as listed *ei. (I), (g) and tn> under General 'iciete of Educa'ion -i;ply to tlv-se enterlnar the Technical Classwa. (r,i COt'MTRV (l.AHSEH ci.'Seea for men and women will b e also held in the country at the following < St John's Mixed School, it ML Tabor School. St. John. SpeigMstown Boy't School. St. Peter; St. Jude'j Boys' School. St George; SAugvstine'd Boys' School. St. George Holy Trinity Boys' •ch*vl. Rt. Philip Prospective pupils may ontaln f-rticulf- frorr, the Sv-pervasor of the Centre in which they are interested Department of Education, 11th November. IBM 1911 HERE'S NEWS!! ', *a>' I THIS '* e-%. > AIIVKRT1SKMKNT J IS AUDRKSSK.I) meiiiisSysiii TO WOMEN Wm. F0GAR1Y LTD. hit received another shipment of DRESS MATERIALS which you nuifht tu M. Supwrb Quality Fabrica in exquisite Shades and Colours Combination to fntcito Ihe most fastidious Our Friendly and Obliging AsaiitanW would be pleatexl t< show you threse new and astoundint'.ly Beautiful Malenals. Wm" Call Anv Time . But the Earlier ihe Better Wm. FOGARTY LTD. NOTICE Mr*. LILIAN ( Hi;i>ll \N begs to nolify ail debtor* irre>l. ihat she fc rar rving on the buelnesa and de-.ini. Ilirm to set in tout h uitl iier b'ttire the end of Ihe rstoaUi SEA raw GUEST HOUSE IIA^IIM.S 11 .Sfj \l, i;\'KII.IM ( I ISINfc! Fl'I.LV tfO( BJ D I. U. RATES. Kuu per D rds Apply .In W S. HO WELL, •*fKe0^rTe-*V--eO*,'-'\ JUST RECEIVED THERMOS YAII1M JAILS HUr Maul). a PM a i rim Alao Rim I • let %  ri.i a I rim C. CARLT0N BROWME I a Retail II.IK.1.1 MB, IMIKI 81. r.lal Ull MA.FURNISHING un < AS i HI fftM 1'Bt.rnn i SR ritrsut BKK.HT niiNCis W en-1 Panewed Wardmee. and Ilreaaer.ltaiH.. •vilhe.il M>rr„r. Uneit Pr*a*e. lanilie eienWe. OreaMn. Tab!,.. *"•" Fra'nea. W *h*..i.l. Niahl .""'.'" ""*'• • nJ n"Wr rawlead.. Red. Cradle. ..""•""S Nitaaaii ang fanrt 1 ib*M aadas r aara China, Kitcixn ..'d UtdKa.ni CabliMta, L*rdet. Waeann. la,,,,. Cm ..ihe. SUitea and •eoaratt line. Ilei a are, Se. Inc. end Tub Cnau*. fareiee. M.,.,...^!. i Deaa. All at Money-Savinf Prices L. S. WILSON HEAL ESTATE JOHN hi. HI lltOS AaTat., F.T.A. Formerly Dlson A Rladnn FOR SALE BPEIUHTSTOWS pert, i, fags' aRfpal aaan* CRAMT. V1U.A Moanrn .inbuilt S-*loray pirl> nil' aetn..*iar„t. at. aciae bounded tr Ofaiie Mt'.l din. verted inbi 1 Urge apann-ri.l. gaerlie M t in.eaUne.it Hi %  %  un %  ** taalhlna HOTEL Old entaaMlaneal huiei %  . I i. now available a. a going iimi.ii. nl a tan fajfore %  ...... •LEASANT II All. 4ua***>u* aVtale vared pe*iu.< tie* vtent RENTALS WWEry ntnril S. Jaaaet'nfumianed Ve*glaaaaiii bedrooaned prue*rt> lth %  arre of gar**' laiig iee.e il i**)imd SUNSET HlHTSSI ITo.na*i Hi J-ariea On naanl irrullT fumlehed De. CUatJOUUAND itan-sac ,-.,iBet anl praoaitr mlh 1 .irrr. aaeSeo BBAL aaTTATI AOKNT AUCTIUKRU FlaaUfTATIONB BCXLOrNti



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W f tl n • %  \ tl a !\ cilimllrr I .1 I 8 S S Barbados FIVE CKXTS Yt-or 5.1 All Over In Tibet' Lhasa And Peking Agree Takes Over^r Venezuelan President's' ,^??^ c **H** Holiday With Fay Bill Assassin Arrested CARACAS, Venezuela, ;iov 14. 'J'HE RINGLEADER of the gunmen who killed Venezuelan President, Colonel Delgado Chalbaud yesterday has been trusted, a Government spokesman announced here. The spokesman said that "some of the assassins including their ringleader, the so called General Rafael Simon Urbina," had been arrested. The communique said that* the murder took place when the President's car was stopped about 8 a.m. yesterday near his own house by a score of armed men headed by Urbina The communione >d the President who was accompanied bv !M iet upon and beaten brutally. The men then look them to an empty house outside Caracas where they shot the President in the back and gravely wounded his assistant As s result of the murder •aaum were taken by A curfew coverwhole country from "> Dm i-i six am waa declared. "Romi.in.iB political liberties, the inviolability nr home, freedom A m m i from arbitrary arrest, and free\P DO I tit Pit '' om '? n,ov from p'"" < P YP|wvr. *• uspended". the cotnunlqi!said Ckirstairs Successor tinted MR. C. A. OROSSMITH. O.B.E., an Assistant Secretary In tinAi rd cars and troops pat Colonial Office, h^s been nuui described as Administrative Secretary on tl> the 'rinreaOT of the President"! ( sir of the Development anil assjv.ii.-.". Urbin, wa> found elfare Organisation in thr West guilty while In exile in 1M6 of Indies, In successi n to Mr. C. Y. speculation. Carstoirs. CMC. whose appoint' The enquiry started a series of ment as Director of Information actions against former GovernServices In the Colonial Office ment officials tvas recently announced. Mr. Orossmitn. who \ in 18B3, joined the Office in 1926. He saw service in the 1914—1 .as born Colonial military and later held posts in Berlin and Ixmdon in connection with enemy dtbts. He was appointed an Assistant Secretary In the Colonial Office in 1946. He was a member of delegations of in; Government to the International Labour Conferences at Paris in 1945, Montreal In 1946. Geneva in 1947 and at San rranclsco in 1948. It Is expected that Mr Qmsmith wit) assume duty in Barbados early in the New Year. -t i for misappropriating public funds Mourning for the President'! death is to last eight days and there will be an official mourning for 30 days, the Communique added. Colonel Chalbaud, the murdered President crime to offlc* M hen the army overthrew the Soc ai Democrat Government In Nove-vher 1948 and took complete control. -Reuter Foot Is Jamaica '0 New Governor > Kront OUT Own Corrtspondnit LONDON, Nov. 14 Mr. Hugh MacKintosh Foot. O BE, has been appointed Governor of Jamaica. Mr. Foot, son of the lit Hon. Isaac Fool, was bor|i In 1907. He attended Leighton Park School. and afterwards entered St. John College, Cambridge He was an Administrative Officer in the Palestine Government 1929—37, and served as Assistant British Resident, Trans-Jordan, 1939—12 Mr. Fool was appointed ColoJUJJ S^ry J=S i IN. ll/S^X-TJr&JSSS^rSL and was Acting Governor of lh; t Salonika. *nd that they would be Island from August 1943 to Januunloaded In Ihe Greek free zone ary 1946. Mr. Foot is at preseit and not ln lhc Yugoslav zone Chief Secretary in Nigeria where | which was not yet functioning, ha Sir John MoPhcrsor is Governor. I M id. i Marshal Tito's Government had made a demand for transit rights simultaneously with the offer to | return prisoner! and hostages, the Prime Minister added. I Earlier this month Salonika truck drivers announced they would refuse to transport American food supplier for Yugoslavia intrnnslt through the port unless Greek children were repatriated. According to reports reaching the tircck-Yugoslav frontier, iher was an acute fond shortage n Southern Serbia. President Truman approved the stop-gap programme to send food to Yugoslavia last month. —Rente Jamaica Expects Fall In banana Crop KINGSTON, Jc'a. Nov. 13. Jornada's banana output during the current year is expected to fall more Ulan 500.000 stems below mil production. The Banana Purchases Board put the year's figures at 6.000,000 .item.. to last year's 6,500,000. The Ministry of Food warm lh;.t Jamaica must send more bananas to England if she wants to hold the market. The enactment of legislation to compel arbitration of disputes between trade unions In induatries, the establishment of an In dustrial Court and a dcelarourn against closed shop and on Strikes and lockouts are among the prin| ripal recommendation* made to %  Ihe Government by the Board ap\" pointed to report how best to settle trade disputes between the (of l>. THE House of Assembly day passed a Hill (or il vision of a holiday of at least weeks each year with pa\ emplovees. The Bill was given reading unanlmousfe ba posal by the Opposition that it le sent to a Select Committee frai defeated by an 11—7 majont\ Voting for she motion were Mr Gamer. Mr MotUey. Mr. WIIM-I sun. Mr Ward, Mr Godd-rd. Mr. Gill, and Mr. Dowding Against it were: Mr Smith. Mr Foster. Mr Mapp, Mr Lewis. Mr MIDer, Mr Bryan, Hr. Allder. Dr Cum nuns. Mr. Adams. Mr Crawford and Mr. Brancker This BUI was already passed ty the House ol Assemtly 1*M yew Hi. W. turned down hv tic .. %  COUpCJI P '" %  Cummlna moved the m Of Ihe Bill. He ts;;! I >•) .. \.a: n Rill which had e the House last yeui and had teen passed. The l >:> ar Pi i'-e h.id. how e ver, hould come back to the HOBM in its original form Win-n H I 1 before the Hi use last time NO serious obtection had been made to it by any member, and .•f.i as he could remember, it was pasaed un&nlmousl.v If h re mauibered oorrscll>. the h< or the United Hi goal **Ha India's i plaint about treatment of IiK_ in Si mlh Africa In a spseial Political Committee of the Assam l>h. the chief South Afi Rule. Te llonge* said thai ih Committee nor the United I* eomoetent to deal *l :hc matter He said it was a m.itteri In tta's Mai ite. Mr* V l Ihe Comm III W Indian mi raagdng ^t i lOUlH Atrlca wi %  il-. %  -lUill. of : i KALIMPONO, Northern India, NOT. 14 ( ;0MMUNI5T CHINA and Tibet have ttgreed on peace terms and fighting has ceased, an Indian Government spokesman said here today "It is all over," he said "Lhasa and Peking have been able to reach an agreement over relations between +ibet and China." The tentative agree tnent provided for Tibetan recognition of Chines? suierainty. with China assuming responsibility for Tibet's external relations and communications China will maintain a token force in Tibet but will not ere with Dalai 1-ama and Panchen Lama, heads of %  Tibetan th* She will build and maintain at her own expense a net| ik ol muds Ihn'UKhnut Tibet. The announcement of thtpeace and ihe terms came only a dav after Tiliet had appealed to the United Nations H Lake Success fur aid in resisting the Chinese aggrg THIS VI.Atl flow .ill Knight. Consul in n. for Uis lo of iho l'r \ i --.a. ihe haaie of Mr. Vsrnoo nasnala. Il noura> e l> hoi by aji aua*ln'a bullet. Three-Year-Old King Of Nepal Marries Prime Minister's Grand Daughter HENARES. United Pronnn s India Nov 14 PRINCE GYANENDRA the three year oi.1 I. %  -. wli was ruthmi.l .s Kni); uf Nepal last week has been mat fled to the arHnddauRhter of the bared I (ary Prime Minister of Nepal n source in chwe touch with Nenale*r ;iffai. rep. ri here to-da y. ^ I PrlniHOyannKlrn is granriaon ol IIHt*-y.Mi-Wt Kmtf ..I Neiwi ,Tnbhiibana who look refugw In #*j Indian esaa isgj ki Kt.atrinn|du and was afterwards HHrn N a Delhi HIT !flii|rf JW Hiiiulrtflststei Nahni, iniT.Kiuced I lllg the Assembl end ihp South Afni tovemiMBl "to lake all -leeessary. aper to in in* | liTHlmrnt Of the ppoplr n( In 1,1 lh Union Still A Thr^it TO GREECE LAKE SI CCK6S, Nov. United Nations PollUesJ ( in,-, to-sfu derided thai and Hulgaiia still pHf! ii thrvai to Greece aim sivo %  onlinne lu "watchdog >0>M1 tCSj" m the Iliilk.ui:. II, VI \vl to six Ihe Committee approved live-power resolution whlcs\ %  •tnded the mandate of the 9Vl Coaoiattata so the Bstlkaai until at least the next seasions of the AHWmbly iFnai o.r u Cts st ia | ia*aa iho Postal Deparlinent. *.. town. Mr. Harpar studied for a Dlplom;. | I at Oxford racai lhai he should havi since early m Juno, but was inths When speaking to him on Saturday before his departure for his home Uiwn by It W I Airways he said thai thele n im shipping apace for passengers Jo ihe west Indies for the nexl live month* Many responiibie quartan were up ihe question srlUl an effort to improve the situation, but up to the pi %  lime, no solution has as yel I een found. r <• M p *1 whirh SOUad riot i' confirmed to-day frorn any other source did not | the bride who ;<. the Foreign Mlnlstai Tif \ thiii ihe n. u Milentnito "Espnyamvara'' Iho tradHksaal royal 1 Hindu .style wherein the bride rluoses her husband Th so'iree -.ml th.it Id % %  IMI linnet' wn %  nig to Nepali sc royal cugtoct BO ODUld SSOSPd Ihe throne lunJioil he w-s married (Espa>(imv;iral i on" of ir< %  :im ot the Hindu rnarThe girl rhooees her pactlva irtishaiid by putting i garland around the netk of th':ian shr wishes to marry. Yen vi a?) included IB wonn t ihein nuns and 12 pnebut iwo, an American and Ilali.in nr fnnadlsns Th iSffgpp party found tit, nn.k.n' •d*Hit .loo v .ii-Is (mm Ihe top of the 1.0(10 ,.„<) high Mom Oblou i -d back. "No Hirslvors It was then decided wilh Wdle' iteterlorallng and endangering the i\a of rescuers, to hall operattons for to-day. Some 73 miles to the Bast nn Mont Blanc are still 4d the passenger K and craw of thr "Air India CoMtallatlon 1 whin Tashed there on Novcndier 3 One of lh* rescue |*arly battling Lh iffl taorn man confirmed that the Tibetan People* troops and a smull (lun asa "token force" had arrived it: the Tibetan capital. DBS new agreeni' cording to reports receive-i ui Kalimpong. there baa been no visible change in the Oovsrn mental setup of Tibet, except that the Tibetan Regent has become tha "virtual constitutional head' ol the Government with the president of the Tibetan National Assembly and the most senior monk. Minister Sawong Lama controUlnK affairs of the State New Agreement Tibet will "keep away" from all powers except those friendly to Chins under the new argvcmciii. ami Chinese advisers will assi*l Tibetan official* to carry out agrarian, educational and political reforms, it wus understood hare. i "hin.i on her pan will not interfere with the institution! of the Dalai and Panchen Lamas and their monasteries. Observer, here suggested lhat the Tibetan case to the United Nations "will most probably be "helved in view of the direct settlement between Peking and 12 inrhr, deep lown • or Nlaht. sPtT i in ADVOCATE PAY* FOR NKWH. njfam w/if ,/AedeM W9$A& WANTED: 40.000 WASHINflTON, Nov M. The Uniled StaiSl Army, today announces a call lor 40,00u conscripts In January. This brings the total request to 230.000 aince the wsr in Korea began The Navv and Air Force continue to de,vnd '.n volunteers. —Reairr •CENTURION" UP LONDON. Nov It. Britain 11 monthan Ooubung tha production of her Istest tank on," War Minister John Strachey told the Hat production was now rising pretty rapidly." The "Centurion' weighs Si* tons. ReuU,B.T.C. 1st Prize WonBvTwoIiilU;. i 'm. ' Is the coev.. American Super-lortre*sas dropbosnbg on t%  a lull of threeda.-i :idvaneeil 2 mile* against light >esistam-e in tha Pakchon area. 'j mile-i n 'id on the West .oast. Asaisted by %  lomei 42 prisoners and Tha American PU: Cavalry D vision to their rlg*.t battled for 48 hours to seise commanding hi h grounds south of Tough)mi v ere Communist* vre diggr.g J: I HMh sn-: St venth Divisions gab • miles north of the Ku ..! %  Of li line, and the Eighth Division to [..trolled • tiongly tin Qorthern banks of BdOBg Hivei American fighU-rs and bombers pSVe fl-*e *up|K>rt to battling South Km' ntral TokcJion area claiming 125 enemy troops kllk .mount uf SQulprosnL including guns, fuel •lumps and ammunition HrrMs K-ulrr BE\SO\ HEDGES I. 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I'AC.n TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER It, 1450 CaJiib Calilnq B.B.C. Radio Programme Ir-a. 11 j" i N.. u it t pin BJtfl-mi IB it, iftw 110 •%  >. CvuHlnr MiMma, 4 m ioaa Down, ii i WSV.T ... IM-'ipt. a* THa •. 1 W p. no. Itr-o As****** 1H p.m TH* Library tn< th* C*mu'Ut. ItS p.m. CtUMhood DT. %  p l N*w Ttvl. %  pm. CnltMl Navtlono Itrport. • pm. COnM> ol the Wi. Wa#h TIK. . p~ Tt„ M) *W|1|. l P lav Pvafr animal PSri.d „p lhe HtiW. • Pi rtock. IS pin Th H>i %  rF^IIW^I10 1 P p in. OaMiv ol Pun Land —id U. Ilia p.m rrom ^(iP-AI'lIKlt DIVER •w.i.imiag with the aid or flippers and fitted with oxygen supply mik. i sttmt 0M Uic OS. Navy's ni>w Eclair Aquatics Camera The camera I* fitted with & vertical an and w.i>. n ti ny iiimtaUni the oUvsr who hu hla own Mr supply to Actually "Wim with the ramara under / water. Th" Idea may glvs Camera Club members here omethliin few to think about. Tiers la a .ubjecta off ta> uliora* of Rarbadoi for Uio u <{-•-'* a tar cameranian. wealth of tindniwaUr H! ..,., M" the Govern >r Savatic. Mrss P ii Savags*. uiiat Mn Hop wood accompanied by the Oovarnor*^ ADC. Major Denis Vaughn i e air.** industrial Unio.i L mvm Back To England fR. and Mrs Carl S. Horkes over in Toronto for a few da and their daughter wl.o to see Mrs. Fowler's sister Ml ttaj "(Ji?. J. Caato and her dnughl near* Diana, who came up from li B I S t0 nieet them there Thi me ship en roulr lo EURalso visitod swvural uihui rel I Mr, li. %  ctmtly Will •nbtrmtr* Schot.i Here Again M O B l.OMEK wh iI %  DH Mi. Gerry luuution Ltd. "Hi h already visit' 1 rt^tirrd Manager M iiHODBH. Retired gar of the Canadian Cmmarea In LtttjI %  %  i F % %  total" i is here for ttM winter and is sta lug at the Windsor Hotel tad Barbu. Ml and 1048. But Once A Yoor W l i %  • i -ning ol ChrialBfeM Chi JSliiiai i .1Tin* year in.%  %  .ml .. .i..., CboU have fined I i uivmr of Christmas ft) Mi.hael'a Cathedi I ii i Twaday, iuth Deoemuer at 8 ia pjn. Arti.t M lt C iloi.DEN who is an artist arrived from Can. % %  i l.-iv by ihe "Alcci Pi mer" and hope>i lo be here iBff %  DOVt *'* months Reason of Ma visit is to paint scenes of Boi baiio* \u%  Maylni at Carrn11 k For Tho Winter H printa* la M* • w Dawaon nv. i %  reatarday ov : Partnai Ha la stag nig with Mr. .mil Mrs All.. I Jonnaoa ol "Dunkirk," rlaattBgi Laft Yaitarday L EAVING by U Wl A im I i idad TruJlUo was Mr MIK.> of the Aitrlculture Dt0|i two w.-i-kr holidnv ami i %  '. in in point moul ..f M in the Dominican RepubU After Week* VatH M RS. JOHN l.r.K wifr of |DQ c.f Gu.f Oil Corporation in Venezuela rv %  turned from Mr wt-'k't. visit io Hendaf afternoon by B.W.I.A. tivea and friends, most of the Baibadiuiis living in Canada. Mr fflglaf who is Hocreia ..rid one <>f the Allornev-i Messrs. William Fogarty Ltd, on lung leave POCKET CARTOON by OSBERT LANCASTER "I aiiMr)ow.Brar*jU,f lh King's Sfti'cch gave a n*ry na-:> ihoib.ui i| never (o ..... III<>IH di I ,,(, r^ I/..11 -It • PLAZA Tteatre-SR/DGfTOWW i.i ti. u in in oil it! SMASHI.MG ALL KICOHDS. Crralmg Hnr lli.lnrv IN THE MOTION PICTURE INDUSTRY "SA.U90JV AND DELMIAU" Oats* kr Taal—let 3 I.1.VV1' SHOWS rn-ll.tt (Again) IM — l and I.M ,. u4 u.u.i.ulm lUly. PLAZA Thealre aaa OISTIN WBDNggDAV aad TlttRgDAV— a t-M F M Varner Broa. Exciting Double Bill "DEBT VALLEY" Q "I WAN FRAMED" lane Clark A Ida Lupino '/.'.'.'/V,V4a%V/ JUDY i i-iiKic riMi-Mraad MAV RAMDIN •Caribbean Revefc-y" & MlllM'I'E HHO—Naiordar. NwvrmaMr llth I PKVTURU : J "— %  iillail X1U.ANII -. l-iat-O Hid ,n "flAV ('AVALlgM" IIFTV & Enjoyable Holiday For Cotton Conference M R and Mrs Per. y Kiilii AM**'" ld Mrs Kenneth Ci arhe left Barbados about l-l arrived on Monday from •wo months ago returned hon e St, Vincent accompanied by Ihei yaatarday morning by tho "Alci 4 'wo young daughters and ar. Partner" after an enjoyable he bare until November 21. iday. Most of their holiday w Mr. Casson is Ihe wn of Mr. spent In Montreal but they we I F. A. Cassun. owner ol Corea un-l Co.. in St. Vincent, and IK otrtf hen* for the forthcoming Cotto.i L'oiiteii-nt.. Saw Trinidad In Action M R. A V, St. HILL raturnel over the week-end from J %  bort visil to Trinidad. He lold Canb that while he was In Trinidad he iiaw the Trinidad Water MO Team practising at the Vacht Club nt Bay Shore. The %  IVH was a bit rough that afteiuoan, ao ho was unable to gel a true indication of their strength. HOHNSVM h fnanlioned Rex Eekatem as being in very go.. I frm Mr i inns.'iives, owner of the EUUSh.rl Factory of Trinidad, who nave the Wit* Water Poll Cup .is an Intercolonial trup.i. to be c-'inprted for by HarlMidoa aad Ti 1 tad may coma over toe the games. Wedding IXyRNA DOWRICH. daughter ot Mr H BDoi oh, former llcadmastar of All mils Boys' School aiul Mt> %¡ QWilch was married on Saturday to Mr Alan Sealy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sealy of While Hall. St. Michael. The ceremony which took place at St. Mary's Church was performed by the Rev K. A. B. Hinds The bride who was given in marriage by her uncle Mr. 11. Gilkca wore a dress of brocaded sheer and har heuddress was kept in place by roses. The reception held at White Hall and the honeymoon ia being spent in It Peter. Will Settle Here C APT. and Mrs. T. C. W Carlyon of Montreal who airlved by the "Alcoa Partner" yesterday plan to settle in Barbados They are staying at th<' Enmore Hotel. Second W.I. Cruite M H ADA COTT1NG1IAMS 'Comiemara 4" a reconverted Air-Sen rescue launch loll llarbados yesterday with a crew i.l ten, bound for St. Vincent, thi Grenadines and Grenada on her second Caribbean cruise Among the "crew" on board are Mr. Frank Lushley. Arthur Crichlow, Mr. Neddie" Atkinson. Mr. Cyril Stoutc, Mr Geoffrey Greenidge. Mr. O. Henry, Mr. E Burke and of eOUVM "Capt" Cottiugham who is th? Skipper. They ex pea to return '.1. Ikubudos on Wednesday AOl'ATH CLUB CINEalA (M.n*. Only' MATINEE: TO DAY %  5 p m TO-NIGHT TO-HOSHOW NIOH1 % %  S M ItentMl Osldwyn ifMCil. -ENCHANTMENTSUrrml DAVID NIVEN TERESA WRIGHT EVELYN KEYES — FARLEY GRANGER Krl>..rd kr KO Radio PWum, Inc JUST ABOUT THE MOST WONDHRFIl. LOVF STC1HY F.VKR FILMED UAIETY m. crd..) TO-DAY & TO-MORROW ui 9.30 p.m. "THE UNDYING MONSTER ^M^-hvg * sj m Polke Band In atlrnaaiu. it C B Ralson, A R CM., by klna ,... mission of Colonel R T Michel in PRICKS: Orel, and Ba*a* It M; House 8c ; BaJron. 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All Over In Tibet' Lhasa And Peking Agree
Takes Over^r
Venezuelan President's' ,^??^c **H**
Holiday With
Fay Bill
Assassin Arrested
CARACAS, Venezuela, ;iov 14.
'J'HE RINGLEADER of the gunmen who killed
Venezuelan President, Colonel Delgado
Chalbaud yesterday has been trusted, a Govern-
ment spokesman announced here.
The spokesman said that "some of the assassins
including their ringleader, the so called General
Rafael Simon Urbina," had been arrested.
The communique said that* the murder took
place when the President's car was stopped about
8 a.m. yesterday near his own house by a score of
armed men headed by Urbina
The communione >d the President who was accom-
panied bv !m iet upon and beaten
brutally.
The men then look them to an empty house outside
Caracas where they shot the President in the back and
gravely wounded his assistant
As s result of the murder
aaum were taken by
A curfew cover-
whole country from ">
Dm i-i six am waa declared.
"Romi.in.iB political liberties, the
inviolability nr home, freedom
a m m i from arbitrary arrest, and free-
\P DO I tit Pit ''om '? n,ov* from p'"" < p
YP|wvr. * uspended". the cotn-
unlqi!- said
Ckirstairs
Successor
tinted
MR. C. A. OROSSMITH. O.B.E.,
an Assistant Secretary In tin- Ai rd cars and troops pat
Colonial Office, h^s been nuui described as
Administrative Secretary on tl> the 'rinreaOT of the President"!
(sir of the Development anil assjv.ii.-.". Urbin, wa> found
elfare Organisation in thr West guilty while In exile in 1M6 of
Indies, In successi n to Mr. C. Y. speculation.
Carstoirs. CMC. whose appoint' The enquiry started a series of
ment as Director of Information actions against former Govern-
Services In the Colonial Office ment officials
tvas recently announced.
Mr. Orossmitn. who \
in 18B3, joined the
Office in 1926. He saw
service in the 19141
.as born
Colonial
military
and
later held posts in Berlin and
Ixmdon in connection with enemy
dtbts. He was appointed an
Assistant Secretary In the Col-
onial Office in 1946. He was a
member of delegations of in;
Government to the International
Labour Conferences at Paris in
1945, Montreal In 1946. Geneva
in 1947 and at San rranclsco in
1948.
It Is expected that Mr Qm-
smith wit) assume duty in Bar-
bados early in the New Year.
. -t i
for
misappropriating public funds
Mourning for the President'!
death is to last eight days and
there will be an official mourning
for 30 days, the Communique
added.
Colonel Chalbaud, the mur-
dered President crime to offlc*
M hen the army overthrew the
Soc ai Democrat Government In
Nove-vher 1948 and took com-
plete control.
-Reuter
Foot Is Jamaica '0
New Governor
> Kront Out Own Corrtspondnit
LONDON, Nov. 14
Mr. Hugh MacKintosh Foot.
O BE, has been appointed Gov-
ernor of Jamaica.
Mr. Foot, son of the lit Hon.
Isaac Fool, was bor|i In 1907. He
attended Leighton Park School.
and afterwards entered St. John *
College, Cambridge He was an
Administrative Officer in the Pal-
estine Government 192937, and
served as Assistant British Resi-
dent, Trans-Jordan, 193912
Mr. Fool was appointed Colo-
JUJJ S^ry J=S i IN. ll/S^X-TJr&JSSS^rSL
and was Acting Governor of lh; t Salonika. *nd that they would be
Island from August 1943 to Janu- unloaded In Ihe Greek free zone
ary 1946. Mr. Foot is at preseit and not ln lhc Yugoslav zone
Chief Secretary in Nigeria where | which was not yet functioning, ha
Sir John MoPhcrsor is Governor. I Mid.
_________________ i Marshal Tito's Government had
made a demand for transit rights
simultaneously with the offer to
| return prisoner! and hostages, the
Prime Minister added.
I Earlier this month Salonika
truck drivers announced they
would refuse to transport Ameri-
can food supplier for Yugoslavia
intrnnslt through the port unless
Greek children were repatriated.
According to reports reaching
the tircck-Yugoslav frontier, iher
was an acute fond shortage n
Southern Serbia.
President Truman approved the
stop-gap programme to send food
to Yugoslavia last month.
Rente
Jamaica Expects Fall
In banana Crop
KINGSTON, Jc'a. Nov. 13.
Jornada's banana output du-
ring the current year is expect-
ed to fall more Ulan 500.000
stems below mil production. The
Banana Purchases Board put the
year's figures at 6.000,000 .item..
to last year's 6,500,000.
The Ministry of Food warm lh;.t
Jamaica must send more bananas
to England if she wants to hold
the market.
The enactment of legislation to
compel arbitration of disputes
between trade unions In indua-
tries, the establishment of an In
dustrial Court and a dcelarourn
against closed shop and on Strikes
and lockouts are among the prin- |
ripal recommendation* made to "'
Ihe Government by the Board ap- \"
pointed to report how best to
settle trade disputes between the (of
l>.
THE House of Assembly
day passed a Hill (or il
vision of a holiday of at least
weeks each year with pa\
emplovees.
The Bill was given
reading unanlmousfe ba
posal by the Opposition that it le
sent to a Select Committee frai
defeated by an 117 majont\
Voting for she motion were Mr
Gamer. Mr MotUey. Mr. Wiim-i
sun. Mr Ward, Mr Godd-rd. Mr.
Gill, and Mr. Dowding Against
it were: Mr Smith. Mr Foster.
Mr Mapp, Mr Lewis. Mr MIDer,
Mr Bryan, Hr. Allder. Dr Cum
nuns. Mr. Adams. Mr Crawford
and Mr. Brancker
This BUI was already passed ty
the House ol Assemtly 1*m yew
Hi. w. turned down hv tic
.. COUpCJI
P '" Cummlna moved the
m Of Ihe Bill. He
ts;;! I >) .. \.a: n Rill which had
e the House last yeui
and had teen passed. The l >:> ar
Pi i'-e h.id. however, '"he Govtrnmer.* fell
Bill >hould come back to the HOBM
in its original form Win-n H I 1
before the Hi use last time no
serious obtection had been made
to it by any member, and .- f.i
as he could remember, it was
pasaed un&nlmousl.v If h re
mauibered oorrscll>. the h< Junior member for St Philip had
said at the tnfte that he was in
favour of the Bill but he thought
it did not go far enough
There was the feeling that as
far as casual employees and
domestic servants were concerned,
the public in general seemed
doubtful as to the application of
the Bill. Casual employees In the
Government service had to work
250 days per year to qualify for
sick leave, holidays, etc., so he felt
that as far as they wwre concerned
there should be no uneasiness.
What most people had in mind, he
thought, was the position of casual
employees in agriculture. Most of
these people worked for at least
six months a year, principally in
the crop season, and when they
did that (hey would still qualify
for one week's holiday
Domestic*
Aa far at domestic*, were con-
cerned. Government felt that they
should be given some consider*
Jtlon. Mon. members ki
.TupMc wnu M 'h*e people srorked loi
"aoSSmd^Sir '" consequently they were
"deserving of consideration
The point nad been made that
it might be the cause for grumblini
by the small householder who
employed only one domestic. It
is said that some of these people
ght prefer to have to do without
demestics rather than have to
give them two weeks' holiday with
pay. The Bill, however, covered
lhat difficulty by the arrangement
that could be made for Ihe giving
f a one-week holiday after each!
ix months of the year
Some of these small employers
themselves enjoyed the benefit of
holiday with *y from their
ployers, and he did not think
they should be opposed to ihe
giving of it to their domestics
M K. Cos (L) seconded
ihe motion for the second reading.
He said lhat he thought all hon.
members would welcome the re-
turn of the BUI to the House He
believed that the felt that people
who worked especially throughout
the year, should have some sort
tf holiday Unless an individual
was given a holiday with pay It
really could not be described as
a holiday.
It had been argued in many
quarter* that some employers give
holidays with pay to their esn-
pli yeas without compulsion That
was to be appreciated, but nn the
other hand it was equally true
that there were a good many wh<
did not subscribe to that view
Because of lhat it was necessary
to pass legislation to compel these
people to do whst was felt to be
just and right.
Mr. J E. T. Brancker (C)
that he did not think any reason-
able person would oppose the Bill
Tliere were a few aspects of Ihe
Bill, however, whlrh were causing
him aome concern. In the Ob)ecls
snd Reasons it was set out lhat tt
was proposed to give every cm-
ga am page B
Yugoslavia Returns
Gr<*ek Prisoners
TO GET FOOD
VllRObll
lu Greece, war p:
hostages carried off by guerillas In
the Greek civil war. She demand-
ed in return the right to move food
supplies through Greek Salonika,
Prime Minister Sophocles Veni-
'elos announced today
Greece has accepted this, he
added
Usually reliable sources here
said that the Greek-Yugoslav
talks has reached such a poinLXhat
normal relations between tnVtwo
ware expected to be re-
stored shortly with the exchange
of diplomatic representatives.
Venlzelos said that Greece had
greed to allow food supplies for
hours
50 INJURED IN
RAIL CRASH
iMii.Mit-rvrs hai.
NAPLES. Nov H,
Utout 50 people were injured
ny seriously, to-night when a
in running on the main Naples-
ma roil crushed into the back
.< stationary ear. The accident
urred about 10 miles fromi
Naples Me liter
JOY FIIO.M VI. Ill II
China
'Roof Of The World'
South Africa
Challenges UN
On India Complaint
LAKs. il C( ESS, No\
South Africa to-day challeagJM
i ..iil> or the United Hi
goal **Ha India's i
plaint about treatment of IiK_
in Si mlh Africa In a spseial
Political Committee of the Assam
l>h. the chief South Afi
Rule. Te llonge* said thai
ih Committee nor the United I*
eomoetent to deal *l
:hc matter He said it was a m.itteri
In tta's
Mai ite. Mr* V l -
Ihe Comm
III W Indian
. mi raagdng ^t
i
lOUlH Atrlca wi
.il-.
-lUill.
of
: i
KALIMPONO, Northern India, Not. 14
( ;0MMUNI5T CHINA and Tibet have ttgreed
on peace terms and fighting has ceased, an
Indian Government spokesman said here today
"It is all over," he said "Lhasa and Peking have
been able to reach an agreement over relations
between +ibet and China." The tentative agree
tnent provided for Tibetan recognition of Chines?
suierainty. with China assuming responsibility for
Tibet's external relations and communications
China will maintain a token force in Tibet but will not
ere with Dalai 1-ama and Panchen Lama, heads of
' Tibetan th*
She will build and maintain at her own expense a net-
| ik ol muds Ihn'UKhnut Tibet.
The announcement of tht- peace and ihe terms came
only a dav after Tiliet had appealed to the United Nations
H Lake Success fur aid in resisting the Chinese aggrg
THIS VI.Atl flow .ill
Knight. Consul in n.
for Uis lo of iho l'r
\ i --.a. ihe haaie of Mr. Vsrnoo
' nasnala. Il noura>
e l> hoi by aji aua*ln'a bullet.
Three-Year-Old King Of
Nepal Marries Prime
Minister's Grand Daughter
HENARES. United Pronnn s India Nov 14
PRINCE GYANENDRA the three year oi.1 I. -. wli
was ruth- mi.l .s Kni); uf Nepal last week has been mat fled
to the arHnddauRhter of the bared I (ary Prime Minister of
Nepal n source in chwe touch with Nenale*r ;iffai. rep. ri
here to-day. _______________ ^
I PrlniH- OyannKlrn is granriaon
ol IIh- t*-y.Mi-Wt Kmtf ..I Neiwi
,Tnbhiibana who look refugw In
#*j Indian esaa isgj ki Kt.atrinn-
|du and was afterwards HHrn
N a Delhi
Hit !flii|rf Jw
Hiiiulrtfl-
ststei
Nahni, iniT.Kiuced
I lllg the Assembl
end ihp South Afni
tovemiMBl "to lake all
-leeessary. aper to in in* |
liTHlmrnt Of the ppoplr n( In 1,1
lh Union .. conformity with
purposes and principlea of
Charter of ihe United Natiors end
he Derlaraimn of II
_________________'its*
2 Balkan StaU>
Still A Thr^it
TO GREECE
LAKE SI CCK6S, Nov.
United Nations PollUesJ (
in,-, to-sfu derided thai
and Hulgaiia still pHf!
ii thrvai to Greece aim sivo '
onlinne lu "watchdog >0>m1
tCSj" m the Iliilk.ui:. II, VI \vl
to six Ihe Committee approved
live-power resolution whlcs\
tnded the mandate of the 9Vl
Coaoiattata so the Bstlkaai until
at least the next seasions of the
AHWmbly
iFnai o.r u Ctsstia|ia*aa < FORl'-Or'-bHAIM
Hundreds of West InUiinui
re held up in UM I
Kingdom Daoaiaw of lack
of passage lii'coiniiiodalioii,
Smitn,
Civil larvant of Brltlan
Guiana, attaefafd li> iho
Postal Deparlinent. *..
town. Mr. Harpar studied
for a Dlplom;. | I
at Oxford racai
lhai he should havi
since early m Juno, but was
inths
When speaking to him on
Saturday before his depar-
ture for his home Uiwn by
It W I Airways he said
thai thele n im shipping
apace for passengers Jo ihe
west Indies for the nexl
live month* Many respon-
iibie quartan were
up ihe question srlUl an
effort to improve the situ-
ation, but up to the pi
lime, no solution has as yel
I een found.
r < M p *1 whirh SOUad riot i'
confirmed to-day frorn any other
source did not |
the bride who ;<. the
Foreign Mlnlstai Tif
\ thiii ihe n. u
Milentni- to "Espn-
yamvara'' Iho tradHksaal royal
1 Hindu .style wherein the bride
rluoses her husband Th so'iree
-.ml th.it Id Imi linnet' wn

nig to Nepali sc royal cugtoct BO
ODUld SSOSPd Ihe throne
lunJioil he w-s married
(Espa>(imv;iral i on" of ir<
:im ot the Hindu rnar-
The girl rhooees her
pactlva irtishaiid by putting
i garland around the netk of th'-
:ian shr wishes to marry.
it.ild marriarea In India. In Nep-d
however rhild nuirrlnges are nnt
hv law)
Weoier
Atom Bomb May Be
Used On Red China
Brituin Will Ledd
Slav* B3,000s000
LONDON. Nov It.
i nsa Bavin to nlghi mforiaed
.. Yugoslav aaabasssdnc m ln
< on. Jose BrtleJ, thai Pail B
i immcii.ite lo.m
Yugoslav,ii of t$fi00M0 to
vert the dims reaulttni from tfus
M-ar1! severe drought An < ftlcial
.-.' sued by the Foreign
If things get serious we might j Office said lht the loan would be
said Russell, who i.* cs-( for ihe purchaM ..f
Yugoslavia jolneil with
Soviet bloc in oppiitng this
naolution aponsorvd bv Ihe United
State*, Britain, Australia, France
i nd Pakistan noted that tin
mil'- ituntioii iM'lween Greeci
a.id her northern neighbours hud
shown 'certain improve)
iald there wan still a threat to
independence and Integrity of
C. recce.
A Soviet proposal calling fpr
mi versa! aid iri-e'" parllame"*
ti.ry elections in OrSOl I
ii ni of the "Watchdog" ConuUttM
nd declaration or u general
ell as the
SDOtttiOn of "concenlrati'in CSUTIDS
(i.-.-ek denn i
e.l by 31 votes to U. Yugoslavia
d Yemen abstaining.
Heater
* Tt?"*By up lhc sMet-gwept moun-
Demc
GEOROIA, Nov 14.
Senator fUchard
Russell of Georgia said here thai i J'arJ*d toir*nl '
It was "not out or the qui
that the atom bomb would be
used on some Chinese Communist
(Hie*
ha
peeted to become Chairman oi the j
Senate Armed Service* Commit- j
tee.
MsaHet
nsumer goods and any
iientlol re<(uirements."
ftruier.
India Will Support
TIM In U.N.O.
NKW DKI-HI. Nov 14
India will support Tibet's com-
plaint against the Chinese entry
into thr country when it comes
baton the Security Council,
urually will Informed o,uartcr
si-id here to-day. It was under.,
tlood that India's support would1
b," based on grounds lhat the
Tibetan Issue eould In- iiearefully
Hied and that as long as there
lary oierations in Tibet
world peace waa anda^gsrarl
pipiomath quartan here say
Britain and the United StBtes
also expected to support
ppOOl grutcr.
Rescuers Find
Crashed Plane
55 DEAD ABOARD
ORBfJCMLS, Not i i
swtcuer* gmpliiR throunh inn*
tid tog to-day raoeheti the le-
af Uia Ciiiiadiun "Pilgrim
Airliner" which crashed li
I |sm
I M Iboard mostly pilgrf
rntng from ,. Hol> Yen vi
a?) included IB wonn
t ihein nuns and 12 pne-
but iwo, an American and
Ilali.in *nr fnnadlsns Th
iSffgpp party found tit, nn.k.n'
d*Hit .loo v .ii-Is (mm Ihe top of
the 1.0(10 ,.<) high Mom Oblou
i -d back. "No Hirslvors
It was then decided wilh Wdle'
iteterlorallng and endangering the
i\a of rescuers, to hall opera-
ttons for to-day.
Some 73 miles to the Bast nn
Mont Blanc are still 4d
the passengerk and craw of thr
"Air India CoMtallatlon1 whin
Tashed there on Novcndier 3
One of lh* rescue |*arly battling Lhiffl
taorn
man confirmed that the Tibetan
People* troops and a smull (lun
asa "token force" had arrived it:
the Tibetan capital.
DBS new agreeni'
cording to reports receive-i ui
Kalimpong. there baa been no
visible change in the Oovsrn
mental setup of Tibet, except that
the Tibetan Regent has become
tha "virtual constitutional head'
ol the Government with the pres-
ident of the Tibetan National As-
sembly and the most senior monk.
Minister Sawong Lama controUlnK
affairs of the State "
New Agreement
Tibet will "keep away" from all
powers except those friendly to
Chins under the new argvcmciii.
ami Chinese advisers will assi*l
Tibetan official* to carry out
agrarian, educational and political
reforms, it wus understood hare.
i "hin.i on her pan will not in-
terfere with the institution! of
the Dalai and Panchen Lamas and
their monasteries.
Observer, here suggested lhat
the Tibetan case to the United Na-
tions "will most probably be
"helved in view of the direct set-
tlement between Peking and
12 inrhr, deep
lown of Ine Pilgrim plane was scattered
it the bottom of Ihe northern face
Bodie* and wreckage were re-
h it.-i ovei .ii. ..u-.i ..: MO iquars
miles The inane which hit Ur-
mountain with two loutl txpu
slons anil a bright flash yesterday
was understood to have touched
down on the top und som-
tasultod '' forest region beyoml Itruter
FRENCH QUIT
PARIS. Nov. 14.
. French spokesman disclosed
to-day (Hut Klein h (om -
have abandoned two positions in
Thai country, south of the Red
ei in northwest Imlo-Chinii
The spokesman said Btahlu IfUl
Phongto were no hmger In
French hands, but Tinman la still
being held.Rests*-.
Factors which probably con
lubuted to an aarly end of hos-
fillties In Tibet, the Inaccessible
"toof of the world", were under-
stood in Kslimpong to Include the
\ la lance of u reformist group
v. ithin Ihe Cabinet.
This group led by Sawong Lama
^ .m believed to be MasM
|i P n htfl Lam a and his followers
v ere also understood to hsVe sup-
i i*i"l the "Ubaratlen'' forces, or'
UM "Tibetan People's Army" had
l t-n formnlly pledged to take him
book to Taehi Lsunpu, his snclenl
M-.it. against the opiwisltlon of
inlal lama's men Reulee
TBX THR AI1VOCATF.
TtIF NFWS
Mln 3113 !> or Nlaht.
sPtT i in ADVOCATE
PAY* FOR NKWH.
njfam w/if ,/AedeM W9$a&
WANTED: 40.000
WASHINflTON, Nov M.
The Uniled StaiSl Army, to-
day announces a call lor 40,00u
conscripts In January. This brings
the total request to 230.000 aince
the wsr in Korea began The Navv
and Air Force continue to de-
,vnd '.n volunteers.
Reairr
CENTURION" UP
LONDON. Nov It.
Britain 11 mon- than Ooubung
tha production of her Istest tank
on," War Minister John
Strachey told the H ) Hi- refused to say how
re being made but said
l >at production was now rising
pretty rapidly." The "Centurion'
weighs Si* tons. ReuU,-
B.T.C. 1st Prize
WonBvTwoIiilU;.
i 'm. GEOHGF/rOWN BG. Nov IV
One first prise of the Barba
oos Sweep. Ticket J 6479 n
i. iii by n-Bsstglstrata Barrist
J. A Veerunawniy. .mi btsn^MM
.1...1: f iii itohi e C' l stM
the Pradasco Cycle Store.
They
w*n the flr-t
the l 1 ( OctCfbOl
U.N. TROOPS ADVANCE
4 MILES FROM CHOSIN
IT WAS fruit day la Trafalgar ftfuara yastsnlay when she "Lady Joy" Ballet alongside tac Cbaasbar
laia RrUlgs.
TOKYO. Nca- It.
United Nation
forward cautiously in Arclic
weather in noetf*
day testing increnserl Communi-t
strengih
Ameiii
end of the COntlnu 111 I rn- mro.
the nock
last ppporte-i only 4 M
the vlt.il Choi '
Patrols of tha
enth Infantry b
the east sfg 'hbourin^
Fusen reaervolr.
South Korean,
Inch guns from the
heavy cruiser 'Rochoatar** knoefc.
ed out three Northern tanks a*-
tetnptani to ccuajtar attack along
at Omngchon Itiv.-i In tin- -:
const.
South Korean unit* Srere m
iv.ned at Hiipau. seme iO miU
north of the 4!st parallel and 40
nuk's >' Is the coev..
American Super-lortre*sas drop-
bosnbg on
t Yalu River into Manchuria
i.iii. nwoalth Bi>-
a lull of three- da.-i
:idvaneeil 2 mile* against light
>esistam-e in tha Pakchon area.
'j mile-i n
'id on the West
.oast. Asaisted by lomei
42 prisoners and
Tha American PU: Cavalry
D vision to their rlg*.t battled for
48 hours to seise commanding
hi h grounds south of Tough)mi
v ere Communist* vre diggr.g
j: I HMh sn-:
St venth Divisions gab
miles north of the Ku
..! Of li
line, and the Eighth Division to
[..trolled
tiongly tin Qorthern banks of
BdOBg Hivei
American fighU-rs and bombers
pSVe fl-*e *up|K>rt to battling
South Km' ntral Tok-
cJion area claiming 125 enemy
troops kllk .mount uf
SQulprosnL including guns, fuel
lumps and ammunition HrrMs
- K-ulrr
Be\so\ Hedges
I. I'J.VDU.V
as^asas"s,rs
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER It, 1450
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w.i>. n ti ny iiimtaUni the oUvsr who hu hla own Mr supply to Actually "Wim with the ramara under
-__/ water. Th" Idea may glvs Camera Club members here omethliin few to think about. Tiers la a
.ubjecta off ta> uliora* of Rarbadoi for Uio u <{--'* a tar cameranian.
wealth of tindniwaUr
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the Govern >r
Savatic. Mrss P ii
Savags*. uiiat Mn Hop wood ac-
companied by the Oovarnor*^
ADC. Major Denis Vaughn i
e air.** industrial Unio.i
l mvm
Back To England
fR. and Mrs Carl S. Horkes over in Toronto for a few da
and their daughter wl.o to see Mrs. Fowler's sister Ml
. ttaj "(Ji- ?. J. Caato and her dnughl
near* Diana, who came up from li
B I S t0 nieet them there Thi
me ship en roulr lo Eur- also visitod swvural uihui rel
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Mr, li. ctmtly Will
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Here Again
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1
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gar of the Canadian
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is here for ttM winter and is sta .
lug at the Windsor Hotel
tad Barbu-
. Ml and 1048.
But Once A Yoor
Wl i i -ning ol Chrial-
BfeM Chi JSliiia-
i i .1- Tin* year in.-
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I i uivmr of Christmas
ft) Mi.hael'a Cathedi I
ii i Twaday, iuth Deoemuer at
8 ia pjn.
Arti.t
Mlt C iloi.DEN who is an
artist arrived from Can-
. i l.-iv by ihe "Alcci
Pi mer" and hope>i lo be here
iBff DOVt *'* months Reason of
Ma visit is to paint scenes of Boi -
baiio* \u- Maylni at Carrn-
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For Tho Winter
Hprinta* la M*
w Dawaon *
nv. i reatarday ov
: Partnai Ha la stag -
nig with Mr. .mil Mrs All.. I
Jonnaoa ol "Dunkirk," rlaattBgi
Laft Yaitarday
LEAVING by U Wl A im I i i-
dad TruJlUo was Mr MIK.-
> of the Aitrlculture Dt-
0|i two w.-i-kr
holidnv ami i'. in in point moul
..f M in the Dominican RepubU
After Week* VatH
MRS. JOHN l.r.K wifr of |DQ
c.f Gu.f
Oil Corporation in Venezuela rv
turned from Mr wt-'k't. visit io
Hendaf afternoon by
B.W.I.A.
tivea and friends, most of the
Baibadiuiis living in Canada.
Mr fflglaf who is Hocreia
..rid one <>f the Allornev-i
Messrs. William Fogarty Ltd,
on lung leave
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by OSBERT LANCASTER
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"SA.U90JV AND DELMIAU"
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"DEBT VALLEY" Q "I WAN FRAMED"
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iiftV &
Enjoyable Holiday For Cotton Conference
MR and Mrs Per. y Kiilii AM**- '"ld Mrs Kenneth Ci
arhe left Barbados about l-l arrived on Monday from
wo months ago returned hon e St, Vincent accompanied by Ihei
yaatarday morning by tho "Alci 4 'wo young daughters and ar.
Partner" after an enjoyable he bare until November 21.
iday. Most of their holiday w Mr. Casson is Ihe wn of Mr.
spent In Montreal but they we I F. A. Cassun. owner ol Corea un-l
Co.. in St. Vincent, and ik otrtf
hen* for the forthcoming Cotto.i
L'oiiteii-nt..
Saw Trinidad In Action
MR. A V, St. HILL raturnel
over the week-end from j
bort visil to Trinidad. He lold
Canb that while he was In Trin-
idad he iiaw the Trinidad Water
MO Team practising at the
Vacht Club nt Bay Shore. The
IVH was a bit rough that aftei-
uoan, ao ho was unable to gel a
true indication of their strength.
Hohnsvm h fnanlioned Rex
Eekatem as being in very go.. I
frm
Mr i inns.'iives, owner of the
EUU- Sh.rl Factory of Trinidad,
who nave the Wit* Water Poll
Cup .is an Intercolonial trup.i.
to be c-'inprted for by HarlMidoa
aad Ti 1 tad may coma over toe
the games.
Wedding
IXyRNA DOWRICH.
daughter ot Mr H B-
Doi oh, former llcadmastar of
All mils Boys' School aiul Mt>
?QWilch was married on Satur-
day to Mr Alan Sealy, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sealy of While
Hall. St. Michael. The ceremony
which took place at St. Mary's
Church was performed by the
Rev K. A. B. Hinds
The bride who was given in
marriage by her uncle Mr. 11.
Gilkca wore a dress of brocaded
sheer and har heuddress was kept
in place by roses. The reception
held at White Hall and the
honeymoon ia being spent in It
Peter.
Will Settle Here
CAPT. and Mrs. T. C. W Carl-
yon of Montreal who ai-
rlved by the "Alcoa Partner"
yesterday plan to settle in Bar-
bados They are staying at th<'
Enmore Hotel.
Second W.I. Cruite
MH
ADA COTT1NG1IAMS
'Comiemara 4" a recon-
verted Air-Sen rescue launch loll
llarbados yesterday with a crew i.l
ten, bound for St. Vincent, thi
Grenadines and Grenada on her
second Caribbean cruise
Among the "crew" on board
are Mr. Frank Lushley.
Arthur Crichlow, Mr. Neddie"
Atkinson. Mr. Cyril Stoutc, Mr
Geoffrey Greenidge. Mr. O. Hen-
ry, Mr. E Burke and of eOUVM
"Capt" Cottiugham who is th?
Skipper. They ex pea to return
'.1. Ikubudos on Wednesday
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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 1j, 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAG1 -lUKi i
House Tax Bill1 ***- <*- ^pp
Sent To Select
Committee
Exemption Rate
May Be Raised
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
jl their meeting yesterday re-
ferred to a Select Committee alter
rirst reading, a Bill to amend the
Veslries Act 1911-5. Hun \ t
Gale, who took charge of. the Bill
said the Bill requested the Legli-
lalure to allow the Vestries of the
island to change the exemption of
houses under a certain rental
value from taxation.
The exemption before, the Hon.
Mr. Gale said, was up to $3 per
month or *36 per year. Those con-
ditions obtained very many years
ago. Since then rents would have
Increased considerably and the
value of money was not the same
when that Act was passed.
The Vestries were now asking
( that exemption to be made
from M a month or $96 a year.
He thought that something
jdvould have been done a long
lime ago. The Bill was necessary
! .ecause most of the owners of
those small properties at their
resent rating were not in a posi-
tion to pay the taxes and they bad
to be remitted.
Hon'ble J. A. Mahon seconded.
Objection
Hon'ble G. B. Evelyn objected
to the Bill He agreed that rente
had gone up but so had wages.
When the exemption was fixed at
J3 a year, wages were consider-
ably lower but now they were con-
siderably higher.
It seemed wrong to him to ex-
empt those people when there
were social service* to be financed
and things for the good of the
community that had to be paid
for.
There was always the oppor-
tunity for lax relief. He h;id sat
for a long time as a member of a
Vestry and there were always
cases to be relieved. Sometimes
the circumstances proved that u
man that owned a house of a
higher rental value than $8 was
relieved but the circumstances had
to be investigated
He did not think that if they
raised the exemption that it
would be a good thing for the
community.
Hon'ble G. D. L. Pile agreed
lhat the cases could be relieved
bv the Tax Belief Committee. One
other point on which he would not
however oppose the Bill was. that
he understood the mover of the
Bill to say that the Bill hncl come
s a request from the Vestries of
the island. So far as he knew.
and he belonged to two vestries.
the matter had not been discussed
by those Vestries.
All vWllM Not Consulted
It was not the first time that n
Bill of that sort had come up from
one Vestry without the other Ves-
tries being consulted. Thai, he
thought, should cease. He would
not oppose the Bill on those
Sounds but, he thought It right
at in the 'ease of Bills of that
tort, that the other Vestries should
be i.insulted and their views ob-
tolnerl before it Is brought to the
Legislature.
Mr. Gale in reply to Mr. Eve-
lyn's criticism said that he did not
know what sort of house could be
obtained at a rental value of 13
today.
Even if people could obtain
houses at the miserable rental of
(3 per week he could not see such
people being in a position to pay
taxes
If thev took the value of money
today, the value of property and
the cost of maintaining It. then he
did not think that the proposed
exemption could be considered in
any way too high.
He. too, had sat as a member of
the Vestry Tax Relief Committee
for many years and mm of the
taxes on such houses had been re-
mitted It only meant that the
Vestry, after laying rates and ex-
pecting a certain amount from
$14,400 For YMCA
A PROMISE made to the Bar-
bados Y M.C A seven years ago
has now been fulfilled The
Legislative Council yesterday con-
urred In a Resolution for
$14,400 as a grant to the Y-M.C.A
for the acquisition of a new alt'-
and playing fields, and as Mi
E. J Petrie. Acting Colonial Sec-
retary explained, the amount
will be refunded to the Govem-
the provisions of the
Colonial Development and Wei-
fan- Act.
Under that Act a provision was
made in IMS for free grant to
the Y.M.C.A. to assist In the
acquisition of a new site for the
Headquarters of the AssocraU
:! for playing fields^ As it had
not been possible to acquire a site
reasonable cost befi
March 31. 1949, the provision
from CD W. lapsed on the
expiration of Part 2 of the Sch.
under which the provision
made.
Tho Y.M.C.A. baa now been
able to acquire the site for $24,000
which Is considered a* a reason-
able price and has renewed
application for assistance f
Colonial Development and Wel-
fare funds.
The approval of the Secretary
of State has been obtained for the
extension of the Scheme to the
31st of March, 1951. to allow thl
grant to be made, and the Comp-
troller for Development and Wel-
fare has also agreed to the grant.
20,000 Centre Planned
For West Indian Sludrnts
In United Kingitom
(From Our Own Correspondent i
LONDON. Nov. 13.
Plans for a 20,000 centrr for British Caribbean stu-
dents in London were announced to-day by the Executive
CummiUet- of the Wot* Indian Students Union
, The plan which has the Cflp-
muiI Otnea'a support, visualises *n
lairl> roomy building . with
radio, radiophone, perhapa a small
fortabla chairs and n
eace where papers and literatim
Dm home tan be studied."
In addition there would br
smaller rooms for use as offices
or foi dsscuaalon and study group
meetings as well a* a *mnl| read-
ing room and library, cl.niiu
room and cafeteria where meals
cooked in West Indian fashion
could be served, a games room
with ping-pong and/or billiard*
table, "and then per ha pa sogae
sleeping aceommodation for In-
transit student:
<>( .i 'memorandum out-
lining the DMd fal tucl.....gflN
are to be circulated to aU men
bers of all West ladlai
STATISTICS DELAYED:
VALUE LOST
DELAY In the tabling of the
Vital Statistics of the Island for
1947 was commented upon in the
Legislative Council yesterday by
Hon. F. C. HutM.ii This Report
for 1947 was only tabled in the
Council on October 31 this year,
and Mr. Ilutson aaid that much
of Its value had been lost bv
them.
He said he was wondering
whether it would not be possible
to combine the Reports for 194H.
1949 and 1990 and have them
tabled by ne*U year so that they
would serve some useful purpose.
Mr. Petrie replying aaid
agreed that the Reports should
be available readily He did not
know what was the cause of th
leJay. but he would see what
could be done to expedite the
tabling of tho Report*.
emit
Bustamante
Upset About
Emigration
iFmm Our Own CVrreaporaSenl>
LONDON. Nov H
Jamaica's Mr. Bustamante wd
a large Labour delegation from
the West Indies have gone home
irom ihe United State* wHh .
modest flea in their ear", reports
Dally Expreaa Staff Reporter
Vincent Evan* from Washington
this evening.
Evnns says they came to Wash-
ington last week with an offer to
place between 60 and 100,000
Wist Indian woik. is mi America
farms They aaked the United
States Government to guarantee
them employment at same wage
ate as American workers get-
about 50 cents an hour in thi
South to 80 cents in Middle West.
But the United States Govern-
ment refused to give them any
guarantee. In fact they told M
Bustamante "You have come here
ith very exaggerated ideas of uV
numbers of workers the United
States need".
The West Indian delegation
ent to Washington because they
had been led to Delieve there wa
such a labour shortage In the
United States that they would be
able to place any number they
wanted on the terms they de-
manded.
Mr. ButUmante b> reported to
have told the State Department
We have got between 60.000 and
100.000 workers in the West
Indies we. cannot employ. We
don't regard them as surplus
labour but we cannot use them at
thv moment. We ure entering a
period of industrialisation and
while that ij taking shape we
would like you to take our un-
employed labourers".
But, says Evans, the State
Department told him, "You have
been misled Mr. Bustamante. You
have been told that we have got a
anoruge of workers but that li
not thf *' y'- Wp w,n u'' vo"
know Inter Just how many of JOMr
.inemployed we can take."
And in a flurry of flowing whit,
hair, Mr. Bustamante has gone
back home.
He blames Britain (or some of
I'is troubles, continued E'
though he insists that the relation*
between the two countrlea are a
lot better than they have ever
bean. "But", Btittamantp say*.
"Britain It not giving us a lair
price for our products. She u
buying sugar cheaply from us and
.elltng it at a greaBer price to
'anadlans. And she Is not giving
good enough prtcefor our
A further memorandum sug-
gesting how best such a ceiiin
ahould be administered will
shortly be prepared.
rateable property, had to
those taxes.
Jump Too High
Hon. H. A. Cuke said that they
had alreadv removed Occupancy
Tax and had saddled other people
with It. He agreed that there
should be some relief, but the
)ump from *3 to M was more than
twice and a half the previous ex-
emption.
Hon. F. C Hutson enquired
whether there waa any evidence
to show what a house assessed at
S3 thirty years ago would be
assessed at today.
Hon. V. C. Gale replied that the
asMWSora look into. consideration *enanus ftnd cocoa. At the same
the rente which were being paid jime ,ne j, insisting we buy goods
today aa against the rents that
were being paid in the past. If one
was renting a house they would
have to tell the assessor what rent
they were paying for it and It
could be found out If they were
paying the same rent today as
they were paying several years
ago.
Hon. H A. Cuke said that he
was unable to get a comparative
table of rental values of property
from 1939- 1950 but he had got
one from Christ Church, and they
had shown that the increase in the
rental value of property was at
overage of 42'..
. Hnn. <.. B. Evelyn said that in
view of the fact that they were in
need of somo Information before
they could pass the Bill he would
move that It be referred to a
Select Committee before the sec-
ond reading was granted.
The Bill was referred to the fol-
lowing Select Committee: II.-us.
| Cuke, Evelyn. Gale, Mahon.
from uie sterling area which ,-
could get more cheaply from th
dollar area.
"Britain will not let us spend
dollars. Sho has tied us up
that we iiave got t.
purchases In pounds"
FRENCH POLICE SEIZE
FIVE IN ARMS RAID
PARIS. Nov. 14
Paris police unnounced to-day
that they had detained five men.
.ill members of a pro-communwi
organisation, following the dis
rovery of firearms in a suburban
VlThe" each* contained two heavy
machine guns, several ll*ht ma-
.hmaguiw, 700 sticks of dynamite-
intl several hundred pounds or
Through their repreaent.itive at
the Colonial Office, students hav*
already referred their plan to Mi
James GrilTith'-. Secretary of Slat
for the Colonies und he hag prom-
ised to meet them in the near fu-
ture to go 'n-o the matter more
fi.il>.
In the meantime, il is under-
stood that the Colonial Office
have drawn up a blueprint plan
of the proposed centre and that
this plan will in due course be
submitted to Governors of West
Indian territories for discussion
by Government Mr II D. Car -
berr\. 1'iesident of the WI S.U
made It perfectly clear today that
student.s were hoping for consld-
rable financial support from the
West Indian Governmenta. If
official approval wore received.
uch assistance would be In \
portion to the number of stud
from each colony In this country.
He said that at this stage when
plans were In draft form, it wi
Impossible to assess accurately
how much money would be re
quired.
The West African student-
centre had cost 28,000 and the
Malayan centre 175.000 In the
region of 20,000 would be re-
quired for the West Indian stu-
dents' centre. Ha pointed out that
West Indians were tho second
largest union group in this coun-
try, but that they had M i-rnu.-
nenl headquarters. The Union
realising that it would be the
dot', oc the students on their re-
turn home to take an Interest in
the growth und development of
their respective communities, and
that the ultimate goal to which
such a growth pointed was a uni-
fied West indies, was encouraging
students to think of themselves
at West Indians and not merely
a Jamaicans. Barbadians or
Trinidodtans.
The continuance of that work
would be made much easier If the
Students' Union had n permanent
headquarters to which all students
could come at nny time.
FIRE FIGHTING GEAR
FOR SEAWELL
Bv concurring in I token i-..-
Liu..,, lot one dollar y attar day
the LagtaUUva Council gave tM
Qovan* v-iii-Kxei-kitive Commit-
tee authority to enter into RablU-
ty for the> aaeartng ot a twder W
provide for better crash, fire
fighting and rescue services -t
Sea well Airport.
Purposo of the resolution was
explained to members by Mi.
E. J. Petrie, Acting Colonial Sec-
retary.
To Fire A Squib
In Antigua You
-Must Have A Licence
OTNat Our Ova On n umlaut I
AN not A
AS far as fireworks are footern-
ed, Antiguaus are very suspicious
peopla Although there are no
supporters of Guy Fawke* m the
II landAre works being let off
on Peeeemnkci i Day Instead
the Government lakua no ihanaaa
This year, with permission, one
rm Imported fireworks into the
iland end the law governing
these explosives required the
> wiwr to store them In the mag-
*ine at Fort James until time of
sale.
When the seller was reedy to
lo business he had to take out a
icense to sell firework*. The law
tales that a shop may only nave
6 lb of ammunition an sale at a
ime and fireworks come under
the .niimurdUon law. Therefore
the seller had to be certain that
f he wished lo have 20 lbs of
Ireworks In his shop, for the time
botnc he would have to reduce
h. quantity of other explosives
uch as shots to 5 lbs.
The fireworks could nit be
iaejaayal in any snow window,
they had lo be placed on special
shelves inconspicuously allotted
mmunitlon by Government
Before firing a squib the poten-
tial purchaser u required te ap-
proach three channels. First he
obtain* a license from the Treas-
ury for 6d. to permit him lo pur-
chase Then he walks to the Ad-
ministrator's Office and notifies hla
pots eat Ion of fireworks and ob-
tains the Administrator's sanc-
tion to fire them if he is considered
a ill and proper person.
He dare not Are hla squib y
He has to interview the ctiy
Commissioner and be told "where"
arid the precise "hour" at which
he will be allowed to tireHIS
SQUIB.
It seems thai the gentle folk of
Antigua did not obeerve this law
seriously and on the evening of
9th last, several person* were ar-
rested. To-day a notice appears in
the local Press reminding the
populace of th* law which abide*
Derigion Chang***):
^3 For \\ iiiiiuliiiL!
HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay
n i
l....fUli>r...
THEIR rtoBO. :. Mj .; U Tay-
r and Mr. J W B Chenery,
jdges of the Assistant Court of
Appeal. Monday varied two de-
rision* of His Worship Mr C W
Rudder. Police Magistrate of
District H".
Rudder had put Benjamin
Laync a labourer of Christ Church,
probation for one year for
wounding Leon Oebourne a
vatchmi:n on his left arm with a
broken botlle on June 13.
Osbourne appealed agamM Ihe
decision. Their Honour* yesterday
fined Layne 3 to be paid in instal-
ments or two months' imprison-
iient with hard labour for the
Hounding and told him lhat if hr
appeared before them again for
such an ..flence he would go to
prison.
A case of assault which was
brought by Layne against Os-
bourne for which Oanourne waa
Baaaaal on a personal bond for six
months In the sum of 3 by His
Mi C W. Rudder wa-
dismissed on its merits by Their
Honours.
Mr. 11. Clarke appeared on be-
half of l*-on Osbourne. In the
wounding case Mr. Clarke aflac
receiving the evidence from Dr. D
Gale who attended Osbourne at
the General Ho*ptlaJ u*ked Then
Honours to take a serious vk
the case and to deal sternly
Lay lie. He thought lhat putting
Ijivne on probation would do no
good as Laync had already been
put on probation for Indecently
a**aulting a young woman

Philip II DavMlaon. ftrh Tiirtlr Dim-
M V Frr y I* m!. s. i.
Ama-Wan Vachl Orrgxn. V" Unay* II
Ben. Henry D. WU-
AaaiY U I
IS AU Partnal. 1B3I I..o- Ml. cet
Frmbrnk* from MonHvul
M.V l*dv t~, W urn* Ml Ca
Mm <"" ai i m .
i.tr \mi in -
M.V Williuii.uJ km toaa net, Cua*
SUrwiiiu, for ft*
s Vinrtl l l
fraaaaia
Sea we 11
*nnn vi.-. -. IWIAI
HIM'IKI-H
Oraif R**i< AnlhxiLV UwW RitK-il
aiHMUHwi. etrlii o/l).-..*)!, Ailra Kn
Mdy IUiW *nill t'hjiln Mi-Cn#iitiir\
Harold ban. lfua>i Arr>)ron. fclatd.1"
AimKniiil. MV'.-I Ar^n-lmng. rt
Ttiiina"">. ThvliTki VIMta
i A-Mt.
ii. CMnyee, *>>ii iu. Mru h.ih
FJikl Kwiwrai GltU Him..
- n>>
JomI Hum. Idea
HMi>n.. Ha'..Id I.Th. William l.:*
-kx.u.1 FOCI*
Praai SI. I a.i.
l.>Kn Crawfora
BSPAKTI 'Sf.-Bi IIIIMI
tmt Trli
|r..cal S.ui-11.-
rVrwlra Nmcv r.....
Amelia r**rrtr. Amu. pvrrri
i-i.h aaaaain i.....i w ..
..illw. KjtM.i
jiraaw. John a,
Ui.ua! Ooni.kv

ClUtUIIX. J lil
if, M., I ..--III Huh
Maud Kiii-n >-;.. Aiai rraix-l
IS*- For Momart
Language
Joseph Bovell of How Hill. St
1'eter w,i-i found gullt> of using
indecent language on Garrison
H.Md. St Mn hael. hy Mi If A
Talma Monda> Bm/ell waa
fined IS/- for the offence which
wan committed on November 11.
imnt in cue of negligence
In rnielliKrni houuhold*
a iron rule cxiii* lor every
ound ..Pin Purol oo"
Ben kriu*i. lhai
I'uu.l it dtltttoudv tolicning.
inJ healing and becaeas '
latcli

ppl>in|
r.miili
-jeianEn
IrifllGf^G/V?
Par SI v .......!
M Ca'arm. ^aula Ai<"'
inane Hawlll. PatSHt]
MAIL NOTICES
UalU for Martlnlqiir. Anllua. Kil
Thomaa. VI afl New Tetfe H <
S8. roe* Ainhaval -III M G*ii'i-I !*> iHTu ..l'.ln:
P.nl Mall -iv! Hrtflatrrm Mail
I JO p m l>r.l..... | Mall al 3 p IB M I
Kill November. ISM
\LiH. fnr Uw UnttaW M
AnattereMri by in" sh wninii>ia>i ~
be rloaad al Ihe OaSaSal Poat OaVce
atasea
Parrel Mail al I* ru-.n a>i.iei
Mall al S pm i "..I.....
) p.m. oti Ihe lin> November >
Wallace Changes His
Mind About Russia
NEW YORK. Nov 13.
Henry Wallace, former Vice-
1'iesident of the United Slates.
said In a speech here that he no
' mger believed peace could bo
Malned by meeting Hussia halt
America must build up Its
irmed strength aa quickly as
puasible until Hussia and Con:
iuoM China gave concrete evi-
.teiuV that Ihcy were Interestiil
In peace, he declared.
He added that undoubtedly
Russia "pushed the button" that
started the North Korean attar*
Russia was "committing a erim-
al act in melting the Chinese
a "bloody conflict with the
United Stale*" he aaid.
Eczema Itch
Killed In 7 Minutes
Yur akin hat nearly W million lint
! and |-r.-a avhera ein hid-
a...l ,. (. r .-la M.-hltiK "Tarklar
I'.allar. Burning. Aen-
re-.iia-le, HUrhl.aa.l-.
ol It. h and oiher blini
t'j -.ma.
nini-MrBt.
MmphaTF*
t-l,.-. orilin..t( treatment, flva nl>
Uitit-iurr f'll*f l-.~ ituee lb-r il" ""
hill ilia -rn rauaa The new 4hse.iv-
i NiMoalero.. kill- th.. *..,. In 7
t.lm.laa nn.l lea*i.lr.n>l.-.-.l I *n- > 0 I
a asft, elear, atlmctlvo. am-tti earn
In one wee*, ui mimey l-rk ..n i.-tnn,
*>r .'i.ity pai-hage. tlat guarantaad
" from juufi lieniall'i.layami
Nixoderm J
r.r Skin Tro>fcl>i I
ammunition
R.t'
WHETHER YOU ARE A
LARGE
USER
OR A
SMALL USER
YOU DESIRE THE
BEST TEA SO USE
RED ROSE TEA!
IT IS GOOD TEA.
7itteiJ^aik*1fA4
^'KEPLEBT
TWie'e aaare ,Ja-.i ta the eaearei ia
t,,,.!-, 'tbe -oiM faiavaaa ( IJM Od
-nb Melt 1 .11-' One laid . of
' k^ki proiidVa not Ia ihaa J.iM
lateraaiwaal IMm e Vitaana A tU
pcieetive Vliaaaiu and 100 louraaileDal
tlaiM of Vllenla . far tturdr baaea aad leetk
Groan.ope. lao. aaauhd t.he KrpUi' (W adJe.1
Jmimi
'KKI'LER'
jH A BURROUGHS WELLCOME A
ATTElVTMOJVn
FACTORY MANAGERS
I ..li- thl. ..ppiirtmiltT of obUMW Jr rr.lrf mmU In p>
GALVANISED ft STEAM PIPE
RasifiDs frees ' Id. evwards
MILD STEEL
Flkta. K.mnil. Sqow ui .11 Sb
BOLTS ft NUTSAll Siie.
FILTER CLOTHWhite Cotton Twill
At PRICEH Uut mat b. I
Th,- BAHBAOOS FOVXDHY Ltd.

Wheoever you're troubled with
painful it'imach .idirr, lust
uck tao Keiuiic one slier ihe
other. The blend ol
in Hi'iimes brfaafB you ininic-l-ite *
raUal hc,au>e W* ,-c aBoad n fwt action. Aluava
carry a lew Rcnnict (they'rj
Mr.ippcl wpaiaiely) in your ptvket
nr han.lhen. Then tOe) I
>oui meal> witbuut aat mg lo tear
the i\'n . it** lime ftm saw your
a\Ki"t tart Keiuiic* ji any -hcmiit.
DIGESTIF
ItENNIES
OUTSIDE
r hcai
I lael lit aad fre.li
in Aenex. faWOBaa in ihe unusual wosre of
ihi- heallhful fahriL.- enable the air lo cir.uUie
and allow >.nif body lo bnwihe. DaaatiaaJ u>
kaest you at a comfortably even aSrnperaUMe
is heal or coM ihM *eal-tut niMh uaatler ta w
Miwoth and uA to *ear oern 10 your skin.
W a A*.....-* Maaaaa'.
V.
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TO
REMEMBER
SALE
Being under obligation to vncate shortly our premises
(ROYAL STORE No. 2 HIGH STREET) we are ollerin,:
t reduced prices.
WHITE: I'M'.h ROAD. ST. MICHAEL
DIAL !,:
HIIIIIIHO
We have opened a genuine sale of liunli-l "f regular
itema at prices which will ama/.e you. II. i. an- a li-w
of the articles and prices:
SPUN. SILKS eV lllll'l S
Attractive shades guaranteed qualities rcdm-t-tl
from (1.(8 and SI.XO lo Sic. HO., 92.
PRINTS
M" wide, checked and flowered ll> lalfja
fast colours reduced to 52c. & 59c.
LADIES A MEN'S SHOES
New stock of American, Dutch and I u li-li shoes
at prices below our own cost.
MIX'S SPORT A IIIII.SS Sllllt I s
Large-il selection In town, prices cut up to IHa.
MEN'S I Willis. TllOI'lltlS.
FLANNELS A DOESKINS
New stocks recently arrived selling at own cost.
I.AIIIliS I MIIIIHIHI
Cotton panties reduced to SO It *tr. Silk panlies
excellent quality reduced to 2 & Me- Brassiers,
Nighties. Stockings. Also household items all at
sacrificing prices.
Come and see us. One glance at our goods and pt ices
will convince you of the rare opportunity to shop and
save.
THE ROYAL STORE
NO. 2 HIGH STREET


PAGE FOUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY, NOVi:MBi:R 15, 1S0
bakbados &| AmtxvrrF,
fc.---------1--------------------------T-------1
ah* SSTf ti I U4 ( "I RNI*""*
Illl lit I >l AN PLOT
Hj IMIK lO.VMIHM
Wrdnesdii*. V member 15, 1950
Emigration IMumiiiiii
NOW that assurances have been tfiven
by the United States' authorities and the
West Indian delegation has been able on
its return to bring encouraging news Of
increased numbers of labourers for the
United States in the near future, it is im-
perative that steps be taken t. ensure that
the most suitable and really deserving
candidates be selected.
In the past there were several people,
who were not agriculturists and who were
in some instances unsuited to the task, reg-
istering for selection. Some of them gained
selection at the expense of those entitled
but thev quickly returned home without
having the excuse of illness.
The report of the Labour CurnnussiinH-i
for 1949 makes it clear that hundreds of
these people were registered in incorrect
brackets. Artisans who realised that they
would find man lucrative employment as
labourers in the United States forsook
their trades and joined the ranks of emi-
grants.
Every effort should be made to prevent
a recurrence of this false registration. It
should not be too difficult a task for the
Employment Agency to demand letters of
recommendation from past employers or
some certificate of work done in agricul-
tural employment.
In Barbados today there is a building
programme which will occupy the services
of every carpenter, mason and others con-
cerned in the building trade for many
years to come. The emigration scheme was
started to benelit agricultural labourers
primarily. True it is that the intelligence
of the artisan might be of advantage in the
factory but where work of a purely agri-
cultural nature is required then the
worker must be an agricultural worker
with a knowledge of the work he will be
called upon to do.
The lessons of Vieux Fort and Surinam
are not to be easily forgotten. It cannot
be pretended that workers will do agricul-
tural work in the United States any better
than they would do it in Barbados or any
other place inasmuch as the fundamentals
of agricultural work is the same the world
over.
What is of particular interest tu Barba-
dos as a result of the delegation is that
women might be eligible for emigration.
In this island employment for women is
scarce and according to census figures
there are more women than men. The
promise of sympathetic consideration of
this point raised by the delegation is at
least good news and shows that at some
future date It might be possible for a few
hundred women to find work in the United
States.
It is essential, as the delegation decided,
to recommend to their governments that
early attention should be given to matters
of organisation, recruitment and transport.
These have brought grave difficulties in
the past. It is true that they were not in-
surmountable and with careful considera-
tion it might be possible that the various
governments in the West Indies can evolve
I scheme which will not merely ensure
selection from as many colonies as possible
but will reduce considerably the cost of
transport. During the last selection of
emigrants from this island, it was the mag-
nanimity of the American employer who
offered to pay half the cost of transport
which enabled Barbados to get her quota. It
might be that with the experience of past
schemes it will be oossible to further re-
duce the expense by collecting the emi-
grants in one place, possibly Jamaica for
final passage by American transport ship.
Emigration is too important a matter for
us in this island to allow any opportunity
to slip. Until such time as there is greater
industrialisation throughout the West
Indies, it is the only answer to our unem-
ployment problem.
NEW YORK wnwn named Row Collazo. now farMd over to "the *:*i
it mi i irarre p!o>. .is larking held in SJSO.ono bail a* an uccom- urer." It coded, n'ne delegate
in sub Mi/tlin* mouse of v.ill iicvoid you all Uto nevessary
in! of marijuana husband. Oscar, whose fuu io-operation that
Y.-l hud it MM DM Ml lnui at the maJ i,,
lllltt whit*) raited al UW climax, jihI who now must . !! llnv
excruGteUnn vli.....-. ->f i> plan, u tot Oscar sousjpi out hi
miKht have added Harry s Tm ...wh-dou I in.-
H i ranks of Then (Ml oUMfl who listened mi asked and received Slot), to
rid and McXinlcy, ,, (,u- .juicily bla. -ig man from cover the coal of a Uttht to PJiei
*t was a plot born deep in Uie Harvard, and their spirils took rj, u, **, "his pr>iiK*,' he *
I Of a thwarted man's brain, flame from hi* v.d*. Slowly, plained,
tut ho PM no Charlie Guiteau. always a little uncertainly, the; The men left early the next
the disappointed omce-xeker who i0 murdered OanVtM Ami he wax bane, They registered under fab
Lei "< tone an- But there had to follow a period names at the Ham* Hotel, near
renal arho Wiled NeUaJe) be- of gcktation within then* other (he Union Station, jnd In the
ltlnve.1 ihat all ruler* ,<._ especially in Oscar Collazo. wrrecy of one Uttle room put
I it d Then- lire indications that the together the Anal aipects of the
The plotteri who wanted to rugged wife, who was to spit, bold conspiracy,
kill President Truman shared -why should I?" when asked If Grtselio there pressed In*
then -v11 dra*m until it reached ,.(,< f,.|t .iny remorse over her Oscar's brown hai.d ;>
i.ut iis lanlacl across the Carlb- husband's fantastic effort, was his ;>utomatir, and must have m-
l can fa "l! needierafter the man Campo* nruotod him in fts use.
It was to be a mortal blow had Bone back to the island to It was a bit pa*i two o'clock
struck In the name of "liberty" ma tier-mind and incite the local when they aughtel from uv
M.it, fa the sweltering little uprising, which still smoulders, cab at the corner or 17th and
L-land of Puerto Rico whose bur- o*cur Collazo went about his Pennsylvania Avenue, paid the
den we assumed from a sorely kM baleful work, It was good driver, took to opposite stdi
n gligiiil Spain half a Century ago work, several cuts above the the street and advnnced <>n tli<
i.i.-h has cost u eu toaiarfly found by the tamp tf the Preside*))
hundreds of mlllaoni "' dollawa of Punrto fUcntri EUair House, cross rrom th>
who have bean Bown into New monatroui old efa I
No oiui know*, or will tell, the York City to reap the dubious Ruildii.g.
On the third Boor of the old
mansion slept the President,
his underwear, building up the
.it.,Li. he'd need a bit later
the afternoon whe'i he went
boettni ..fiennatl, of JtanV""-- "" A,lm*lon Cemetery U> dedicate
the abort* km, aJ
tun a* the birth of the plot, beneflta <.f ihe City'* dole and to
and leaMfhl the agents of the vote, almost as a bloc, for their
United States hridged the Amer- champion- Communist-In
iCM wilh drainer in an erTnrt Marcantonio
to pteee details ajeai a metal polisher for
New KiK-hellc |KH*ket-bo(,k Xrlingt"
t, averaged around 7ll .. jh(. ,,>.,.sl., imbstone ,f British
In-home. And he always Fu.u, Marshal Sir John Dill
though, well of ^"osea"' oT,iyA:;e 'US *wa.
a tlguritive fortress, >n. mt.rei thai imsusoectlnv
hly, thev might have succeeded, hourhon.1 For .he hwlert Mr- """'^ ** *nai unsu ,
foT.i-v hid tot ,"""' r(M n' n',,i"1 *inr- guard, bound up the steps whll
')' : ,., ,,. '' Communism, and clwrHtt drew the Are ..I srve,.
t.nnl more is revealed. lh ;.,, vj-ptvuJ|- 1,,.iir)l. ,, ,horl ,,,sljl, .,..,.
* a ..........k-"i;.....4 JXr&F5r srffijtjmn A."sa
ever. He was like a man living ent.
of San Juan.
it h^d its root* aroun.i a,,.;,,,,
the flgun < an intense, dark-
kinncd htlle man named Pedro
I inipos. arrested leader nf
Nationalist movement
whose' disciple* dreamed not only
of Ihe overthrow of Puerto Rico'
Oscar took dead
at tl.<
Rut for Oscar, it was no dream guard, who wasn't even U.>k
,.i all. It had taken on iron sub- at him, and pulled the trigger
Uw Some day he would get thai was to be Ihe prelude to the
Ihe word from his leader, and assassination that was to make
he would kill.. and the world in him honoured among men for al
which
nrst home-named Government vn,cn no Uvcd and ""l fr" ''"i"' J ,
but tncreriiblv the overthrow nf wh,ch ho sprang, would chanaie But instead of a roar, there
!K $ST&uT<5XZxr poa is no obscure, bomb- lhePVbe,.er .., .. ,'erou,s nightmare, for the guns of
i| anarchhrt, nor did clr- .TJ,e word cam* >"t Monday Grisclio and the guards were nov
curastance dictate that he share . *" "fi^TIT'v-1 * 5*1 '"'"": ?"** fl.,pt,?d "ll S
the wi,u-vim-ad illiier,i<-v ,.i hi. PUnl It would be, by his faulty cartridge and oined in the
illiteracy f his frt anutby man who had been vlr- ident forgotten in an agony of
He studied law at Harvard, tually commuting between the frustration.
hat rebuffs he met there are Collaio flat and Campo's head- He cannot remember whether
unknown, but it ls known thaB Quarters in San Juan for many he saw Grieello plunge to th
Cambridge police in Ihut time weeks, using the cut-rate non- pavement in horrid death from
egarded him as a trouble-maker scheduled airlines which attend bullet that pierced his head from raaraX Ml. n T- _ __;.. tu^ ;_
vorthy of attention. to such traffic. ear to ear He knew only the'enera1' Mr A- C- Thompson, said: This is
And if he hungered for prestige In the clamour of the chatter- shocking, scalding, searing bum- a particularly ghastly murder.
fter graduation, 11 Ing tenement area, the obscure from the bullets ho himself was;
NUMBERED MEN
ACCUSED OF
KILLING WOMAN
Court Told Of Torch Ritual
By JOHN Kl HI IKS: Maseru,
TO the council chamber here they brought
11 Basutoshuddled in the 3-a-time blank-
ets they wear winter and summernum-
bered them with stencilled plates on strings
round their necks, and charged them with
ritual murder.
Near the law books spread out on the table
jeneath the bench was a shining canister.
It contained a foot of the victim, Mampa-
'ene Tsuhlane. a pious Catholic and once a
uilly, buxom woman.
The fuot, amputated by a police surgeon,
mt used by a doctor so that he could demon-
strate the nature of the ritual cuttingsdone
while the woman was alive.
Before this Sir Walter Harragin. an urbane
six-footer, drove from Stephen's Hotel, the
only hotel in this little capital, smoked a
cigarette in the ante-room, and then put on
his scarlet robes as High Commission terri-
tory judge.
TWO WHITE WOMEN
The court's circular seating was only half
taken up by Africans, and only two white
women attended out of the town's white
population of 600.
The line of accused stood up to plead not
guilty. One had a wooden leg fashioned by
himself out of a bough.
Veteran of many "rituals," Sir Walter was
impassive as the Crown told its tale of
mounting ghastliness
Drugs and doctored beer for Mampalene:
her gradual lapse into strange behaviour;
her disappearance and hiding in a gorge; her
terrible death after numerous mutilations,
done at nightfall by torchlight while clouds
obscured the moon.
Kinnering his white bands, the Attorney-
md fortu
was a hunger he never satisfied, men met. and it was the linking taking Tne accus* Is' faces glistened as. in his dry
It seems evident, from last and welding of two vast arms of As he fell In his blood, the little (voice, the Attorney-General developed his
Iglit's arrests, that the plot was the conspiracy. There in reason man, if he had looked up. could i _.... .. ,.
urtured further m a dismal to believe that Torresola showed have seen staring fasi-lnatedi atcusat,ons Rmst these menmore than
pliltic tenement in the Puerto Illcan Oscar the written form of the from the window, the object of \ half are baptised Christians,
MBtton nf New York's teeming word." tantamount to the orders; his dream of hate,
Bronx. In a flat which Campos two notes signed by Campos. A thing that had been t**rn in
once reached from the flllh-laden One delegated Criselin a* leader one" part of th*>Amcricas and had
street, up creaking stairways of "the Movement In the United been fanned to its *ullen flame
whose flaky walls were vivid with Stales." and left to his "high In distant parts of the Hem Is-
scrawled ubM-eiiitieB. sense of patriotism and sane phcre, and then had come to-
At the lop of that sordid little* judgment everything regarding gether in vivid focus on ; miiuiv
world. Campos found willing this mattOT." street in Washington had died
'' 1 I Another, in memorandum form, scarcely 30 yards from cuLaclys-
A proud, harsh, black-eyed spoke of funds to be raised and mic fruition.__1.N.B
KOItl \\ WIMI I l
NEW YORK.
Ke-appea ranee of enemy jet-
propelled planes In the Korean
skies and the reported aotrj
Chinese Communist troops into
the conflict raised the dellnile
possibility today that gucrul,
leslstanee may continue through-
out the long and bitter winter.
So f;r as any real threat to th-'
BHK-e t the arorld Ls (iiii'ii^'i.
urtli Ki'i'e.il.s ii.i\e been di'te.i',.1
unless the Soviet', dcuiii-d to play
a more active role, which la con-
sidered exceedingly unlikely.
But long-drawn out mopping up
i iH'iMtions ;ip|>car In Proaji* I and
.i- Ann iu.ni farCOg are culiunitted
leading the United Nation:,
campaign until it has ended, il
seems highly probable that United
State* troops may be in action for
,-onie time tu come.
Winter uniforms already are be-
|Q| i.mh'I ind they Miiely will
be neede i.re not unusual in Northern
ni the winds that scream
down from the Siberian Steppes
arc among the crudest in the
world
Priests of the Roman Catholic
Maryknoll Mission, which hat
done more than any ether organi-
gaUon tO Chi latlinnW and e ii. Koraana tovariably teii ,i
how the North Korean winter
battles on the side of Ihe Oodles*
to hamper them In their assort!
Among the poorer < hisses, the
artntot i- .< tuna o4 \ irtual Mbet
ii.t\U>n
Su|K-rh spring and autumn
.nd a nol too arrtunu*
) iniiiei lend th.n.-elvis to aOClal
improvement and the priests are
I proud of the thousands willing to
walk mtles for education and
(spiritual guidance.
Bui once winter comes, the
peasant families hole up in their
bouses ami emerge only on rare
CHilMUIlA,
These homes usually consist ot
,i Mimic square room. A Arc is
built on one side and a hole
stabbed out of the ceiling to take-
care of Ihe smoke. But mUslon-
arie* who have seen 12 or 15
members of a single family hud-
dled on the floor amid filth and
- i tic have been both appalled
and discouraged.
The young Koreans who form
the core of the Korean Commu-
nist army are exceptions, of
i our.se
They have warm, heavily-
padded winter uniforms auppUad
from Manchuria and Siberia. They
are, nigged in any case and have
U-en eomparcd lo the ancient
clans which fought in Scotland
and thrived on icy rain and wintry
blasts and to the mountain men of
Macedonia who can withstand
almost intolerable conditions.
The North Korean wind-up of
the Far Eastern war may, as a
matter of (act, resemble In many
respects the long and bitter stnaji"-
gk in Greece.
There, as well as In Korea, the
Communists were the enemy.
unstinted afatatance came from
across neighbouring borders and
battles were fought on rocks and
crags and In mountain denies.
For mouths on end, Greek
loyalist forces had to flush the
Communists out of almost Inac-
cessible spots. Air power was
reduced almost to uselessness and
mountain burros were more effec-
tive for transport than tanks and
armoured cars.
In Korea, added to other incon-
veniences is thu fact that winter
weather makes roads in the North
virtually impassable to heavy
military traffic.
When they are not quagmires of
mud they are sheathed with ice
and they are narrow in any case,
ill-suited to the use of (he ftgenrj
weapons which proved the Com-
munists' undoing once United
States' troops obtained the
necessary superiority.
There is one advantage in the
fact that ao many American troops
had experience in the Italian
winter campaign, when Gen
Mark Wnyne Clark led forces b
victory against almost Misupurabi<
odds.
He and his troops found ways
and means of pushing trucks,
tanks and artillery up ice-caked
roads and kieiuug weapons in
operation despite freezing tem-
peratures.
It was the general expectation
in Tokyo that the. war in Korea
would be over by Thanksgiving.
That still could be true, if the
sporadic successes gained by the
Communists in the North do not
U'lokcn any major counter-offen-
sive.
But from the beginning, Gen
Douglas MacArthur and his staff
undoubtedly realized that the
oriental propensity for guerrtm
warfare would moan continued
resistance in isolated areas far be-
yond the Thanksg.ving date
His pledge is to scour Korea
clean of warring Communist* and
that will be do,,, with no more
regard than is necessary for the
bodily discomforts Involved
I.N.8.
He alleged that a chief, Ntoane, now dead,
told tbcl first accused. Chief Lechesa, that he
wanted human flesh to assist him in certain
troubles.
At that time the wooden-legged medicine
man was visiting the Motsekua district to
collect debts, and he, too, wanted flesh for
medicine to help another of the prisoners
with wife trouble.
The drugging, asserted the prosecutor, was
to make Mampalene "more amenable when
required for the sacrifice."
Altempts were made to put a spell on her
by making her shake hands with a man who
had rubbed his hand in a special powder.
She had been selected to be the "photu"
the victim of the ritual sacrifice of flesh.
The Attorney-General spoke of the extra-
ordinary evidence of a woman called Paulina.
Her story was that one day, Chief Lechesa
gave her a strange commission.
"1 want you to be herdswoman to my
phqtu," he said. Every day for a week after
tliut I'aulma saw Mampalene, but then in her
hut she heard a scream and never saw her
again alive.
Ah though he were talking in his club, Mr.
Thompson described a Saturday night
rendezvous, with whistle signals flashing
torches and Mampalene, now thin and dazed,
fallen upon by nine of the accused after a
second medicine .man had ceremonially
sprinkled the killers with a special "medi-
cine."
This sad tale of heathen magic was col-
lected by microphones and recorded on a
film.
Then the court adjourned, and in a truck
the 11 men rode to Maseru's single-storey,
tin-roofed jail.
liaTl
OUR READERS SAY
Publicity
To the Editor. The /ldrocote
SIB,1 am directed by my
Committee to reply to the adverta
criticism in Mrs. SkinnerN letter-
published in the "Advocate" of
Thursday. November 9th
The facts are as follows:On
November IHlh, 1946. Mrs Skin-
ner wrote to the Publicity Com-
mittee offering them (at 84c. per
copy) the entire edition of 3,000
of the Souvenir Hook of Barba-
dos compiled by Mrs Golde
White. Miss Hawkins and her-
self. As the Committee's funds
for that year were already fully
allocated the Committal
no position to make any such
purchase. But even with funds
iiT their diat^CSa] the Committee
would not have felt Justified in
making what was. after all. a
pur* speculation, for the Souvenir
Book in our opinion was not of
markabla mtrtt that
sale was assured. The Committee
were willing, however, to handlv
the book on consignment
and act as distributors free
of cost which offer was accepted
I j mi BUnnav la letter dated
23 11.40 in which she
will gratefully accept the Com-
mittee's offer to have the Sou-
venir Books consigned to them
as distributors, and I agree to all
their conditions as laid down In
v.ur letter ot 21 11 40 "
To m> certain knowledge the
Souvenir Books were displayed
1 advantage at the In-
formation Bureau, and introduced
tu visitors on all occasio is From
1. 1946, to Mach 1948.
165 copies of the Souvenr Books
were sold wholesale through the
Information Bureau, w-th no
monetary profit to the Ca.nmlttce.
mittee during Uut period
bought an additional 150 BoUVSfUr
Books, of which 91 were sold
and 59 distributed to visitors.
ttar dated 24 ft.48, Mrs.
. gain offered U
lbs opportunity of pur-
chasing the Souvenir Book at the,
ieduced price of 50c. per copy In
lob of not less than UK) copies,
to be used for advertisement,
mlttce agreed to pur-
chase 100 books and these were
sent to the West India Committee
for free distribution in the United
KiBMdom.
I would state that publicity
such as in contained in "A Sou-
venir of Barbados" has a very
poor chance of sale against the
free distribution of the Barbados
Publicity Commlttce'j illustrated
brochure which contains all
necessary information requested
by Tourists. I would inform Mrs.
skirniei uid other Interested
readers that these brochures are
(ti-lribuleri in quantities up to
Mt.OOO OOP I 'he U.S.A..
I (j) Vene-
zuela, which gets in addition a
folder A. a matter of
illustrated bro-
chure costs approximately 1 He-
each.
I hope the above fact* will
refresh Mrs. Skinner's memor>
and serve to contradict her state-
ment that her ofler was "turned
down fiat and after great per-
suasion only a paltry 25 or so of
the books were purchased"
M HOWEI.L.
Acting Secretary.
Barbados Publicity Committee,
n'omi: The Turn About
To the Editor, The Advocate
SIR.Is not the new phase in
Korea profoundly disappointing"
To have to begin the campaign
over again to a big exten*, em
vast China In it and Russia not
fir awajM And then the tolls and
sufferings and deaths among th.'
llnr- >oimg men of the United
on a yet aavi
than before, as we ar,. told' Als t
tiie colossal destruction of build-
inns and homes and Industries In
Korea! And "war docs not end
war." th wise mam aay. though
s-ometunes It Is a devilish tern-
porary neo
I wonder if you or nny of your
readers would agree with me If
I expressed the opinion that too
-ueh has been left in the hand*
of General MacArthur thu
. brilliant l soldier, and that ho
has handled the second stage .-ii
Ihe business on wrong itnes. Ilr;
m not given the Chinese Com-
munists Jusn the excuse and op-
portunity they wanted to conw
ui and "help their friends"- Whv
go so far into North Korea? If
Uioy prefer a Communist set up
why' not let them have it at
least until they find out their
mistake"* Is not that d>
freedom?
-And further, can we be sur-
prised if the C\ mmunista say that
the United Nations arc doing Just
what they have been
"* to do. this-Is.
to use fore,- to
tl.eir ideology'.' Result: the "hot"
war seem* to have besjun. and
D. V. SCOTT
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
Post Office Porter I **!*?'
Guilty Of Larceny
Will Be Sentenced Today
SENTENCE wm postponed until to-day bv His Honour
the Chief Justice Sir Allan CoUymon on St/Clur White,
a former porter of the Post Office, after he was found guilty
by a jury on two counts of larceny and one count of deten-
tion of postal packages at the Court of Grand lesrioni
yesterday.
His Honour the Chief Justice Plantations Lid. to pay debt. He
told While that he had robbed
the poor hard working people. H
told him that punishment i
meted out largely as a rteterren
to prevent other people from
acting similarly.
Mr. W. W Reece K C\ Solici-
tor General appeared for the
Crown.
The Police
P.C. 157 Mayers said that ne
accompanied Ins peel or Bourne
and other Policemen to White'*
home. He was posted outside the
premises while the others went
into the house They later came
out and wen! bite the yard Ttu-y
looked into Ihe pit and saw puiiers
White toM Inspector Bourne
that his wife had thrown the
papers into the toilet.
The others left and he remain-
ed to keep guard over the pit No
one went to Ihe pit.
P.C. 200 Marshall, who relieved
P. C. Mayers, said he also kept
watch over the toilet. At 8 o'clock
he turned over to Inspector
Bourne. After Inspector Bourne
arrived a mm iSifll Into the pi'
and took out letters etc.
Chamberlain Hope, n Civil Ser-
vant, said that in June last he was
attached to the G P.O. On Monday.
June 12. Mr. Springer brought
some letters into the Circulation
Department There were airmail
letters that had not been date
Manii-ed. The matter was reported
to the Postmaster ami tans ami
labels were found 00 the floor
letter* were bund In
the department.
Another Porler
Ralph Graham, a porter at thi
later sent the counterfoils to Un
Postmaster.
500
Ferdinand Arthur of Bank Hall
sold that he went to Bermuda In
1M6 and returned in 1S50. In
June last he mailed a letter to
himself at a Barbados address He
included a draft for over 500,
his savings He returned to Bar-
bados but never got the letter.
Edward Skecte of St. Sylvan*
Village, St. Joseph said that he
la too son of Sobers. His sister,
Mrs. E. Goodrldge, lives in the
Canal Zone and sends money
orders to his mother. He reads
hjf. mother's letters and also cash-
es the orders. He was called by
the Postmaster and later shown a
tatter from his sister His mother
did not get that letter.
Ruth Tudor of Pounders Gap,
Westbury Road, said that her
husband went lo Bermuda In IMG
and returned in July this year.
He used t send her Postal
Orders. The letter shown to her
la from her husband but she
eeetved It
4 Postal Order*
Theodore Tudor, husband of
Ruth, told the Court how he sent
the letter and enclosed four Cl
postal orders.
Mabel Atwell of St. Lawrence
id that her nusband went to
Bermuda In 1942. He came home
last October. The first time that
she has ever seen the postal
order shown to her in Court was
when Cpl. Nurse brought it to
Hit home.
Hirhmoiul Atwell next identi-
fied the letter he sent to his son.
He enclosed 6 in Postal Orders.
lassie Fenty, wife of Leo Fenty.
For Hospitals
And Other Services
A ResoluUon for $34,540 was
concurred in by the Legislative
Council yesterday to provide for
supplementary expenditure
HOUSE PASS HOLIDAY
WITH PAY BILL
out-patients being treated,
increased use of expensive prep
aratlons such as penicillin anJ
G.P.O, said he knew White. On wld that her husband went to
June 10 he was on duty ulonu
wiiii White. Robert Clarke was the
Clerk in charge. The B.W.I A.
Clerk came in and handed letters
to Clarke. Clarke and White took
them to the Circulation Depart-
ment. White continued to work
but soon afterwords he said he
wanted to urinate very badly and
went Into the ladles' toilet. 'After
he came out of the toilet he con-
tinued to work until about 43u
p.m. He then went to the pipcjdolph and
lo wash his feet. White returned I island last
Bermuda in 1948. He is still there
and sends her registered airmail
letters containing postal orders-
She recognises her husband's
handwriting on the letter shown
her in Court. Her husband sent
her the receipt and counterfoils
for the 3. 2s. 6d. he had sent her.
ployee in regular employment the
legal nghl to two week, holiday
with pay eat-h year Now there
thl General Hospital, the Mater- ""TT OT mort ***^ *llh P*?.
nity Hospital and Miscellaneous !'"1 *""*"* Barlw.l. * he did.
he knew there would bv a
I tendency to reduce this to iwo
Whore the General Hospital u weeks as would he prescribed by
concerned, the provision in the law if |bg Hill became law. He
Estimates for 1950-51 has proved was throwing out a hint ti those
insufficient owing to the in- employers who now gave more
creased number of in-patients and than two weeks, that they Mould
,n be expected to do the same ihlng
even though the Bill be passed,
.treplomycl... .nd th. .ncrd S?,Jd*Vo"tl'!nm,"m' ' ""'
It it necessary to provide ad- nek leave and holida
ditional dining table-, crockery.
cutlery and kitchen utensils for
the Nurses Home for the 60 addi-
tional nurses authorised by the
General Amendment Order. 1950.
No. 3 Por these nurses, an assis-
tant additional cook and two ad-
ditional maids are also required.
Under the Head Maternity
Hospital it was explained that uV
provision In the Man]
1050-51 has proved inadequate to
meet the replacement of pupil
mid wives' uniforms.
It was pointed out in the note
to the Item Clerical Assistance
under the Head Miscellaneous
Services that owing to the unusual
number of requests which hnve
been made by various depart-
ments during the yCSf for extra
clerical assistance, the amount
provided In the 1950-51 Estimates
has been expended and a supple-
mantsry amount of V2.4DU is re-
quired lo meet estimated expen-
diture to the end n( the financial
year.
l*st Item in the Resolution, also
under Miscellaneous Services, was
Conferences and ihe note said
that of the provision of $4,800 in-
cluded in the 1950-51 Estimates
under ibis Item, an amount of
$4,296 has already been expended
to meet the expenses of the dele-
gates to the Commonwealth Sugar
Conference held in London and
ihe BOgST lotdVrente held In
Grenada during the year: further
expenditure estimated at $1,182 is
outstanding on account of these
Conferences. Supplementary pro-
vision is now required and It Is
requested that the amount of
$6,07R be provided to meet expen-
diture for the remainder of the
financial year. ,
. with pay.
There was a type of employer who
when an employee took sick
would tell him "You can haw
have your two weeks' holiday
now."
Mr. J. H. Wllklnae-i said
that he thought the honour-
able member or some other
had raised the same point
when the Bill was discussed last
yeur He could assure him as be
had done on the last occasion, that
those who were in the habit ot
giving three weeks to their em-
ployeesand there was a great
number of such employerswould
continue to do so despite the
legislation that was proposed ti_
be enacted for the giving of two
weeks He believed that the h<
member honestlv knew that.
On the last occasion when the
matter was being discussed in the
House, he had said that the
Opposition were entirely in agree-
ment with the principle of
holiday with pay." Holiday with-
out pay was no holiday at all
Some of them felt, however, that
< mi' of th provisions In the Bill
might not be effective, and after
reading the debate in the Other
was anxious to see the present
Bill enacted.
When the Bill first came before
the House there seemed to have
been very little discussion Judgimt
from the Official Report he had
read. Hon. Members then seemed
lo think that the Bill in its present
tondltton would be workable in
the island He had not been
present then and he would like to
take the present opportunity to
(ay that as far as he could see it
wouM be better to go Into the BID
carefully with a view to make
it suit local conditions.
Mr Mottley said that if any
worker in this country should
have an annual holiday with pay
it was a domestic servant .A num-
ber of these workers who he
would like to see get the benefit
Of the proposal In the Bill would
not in truth and in fact be getting
any real benefit. The great ma-
jority of people In this colony who
hired domestic servanta were em-
ployees themselves With his
limited knowledge he found that
the Bill did not offer sufficient
Eroteetion to these domestics He
oped the hon. senior member for
St. Joseph would give further ex-
planation on this point.
Dealing with the agricultural
Ubourer, he wanted the hOsV
members first to consider If thai
woo the best type of legislation to
pass for the agricultural labourer
In Barbados the agrticultural
. labourer was employed either
', by Job. task or day's work
'' He. the labourer, was one of the
(people of the island who needed
no recommendations to obtain a
job
He did not feel that that bill
would benefit agricultural la-
bourers What he would have
liked to see was a '.aw passed
compelling the, employer to
ime him a percentage of thS
wages he had earned over j
period of a year. "That would
be of greater assistance to
him." he said.
He wanted to draw to lhe-at-
Plnce he would now like the hon j
member who had introduced it lentlon of the House a section of
lo allow them to consider It mo- . the bill which read "every em-
carefully | nloyer shall keep such records of
As regards a man enmloved lo i the remuneration, periods and
i.....
the Department but he
^Graham) left
Later that night he saw While
by the Empire Theatre The next
time he saw him was at the CM.D.
Conrad Clarke, another porter
at the G.P.O. told the Court how
he assisted White in taking the
HWIA mail to the Department
White next asked that the Pout
Office bag straps be shown to
Clarke and told His Honour that
he was given the straps by Clarke
after he (Clarke) had sold six
Post Office bags to a fisherman.
Mr. Bryan, recalled, said that
there was no such thing as n du-
plicate mail bag.
The Postmaster
Mr. Armstrong was also re-
called and he said mat Conrad
Clarke's work was not satisfac-
tory and he was placed
months' probation
Frank Roberts, a Ul'D.. gaaa-
.scnger, said on June 10, he saw the
H.W.I A. Clerk arrive with mail.
White was working with the mail.
To White: On the 10th June
miu and I left work together.
Cecil Blades, also a G.P.O., por-
ter, and Eric Harris corroborated
Clarke's story. Lucita John, a
St. Lucian. said that she has been
living in the island for two years.
She is a School Teacher at St.
Patrick's School. She said that the
medals shown her were those of
Our Lady of Fatnna. They are or-
dered either by the "Mother" or
-Father" of the Church. She once
borrowed White's radio but In
came for it on Ihe following day
A Good Friend
A Son
Evelyn Wilson of Checker Hall,
St. Lucy, said that she had a son
Bermuda. His name Is Kan-
he returned to the
month. He used to
send her postal orders.
She was shown a Postal Order
for 15/- and Identified the hand-
writing as that of her son. She
never got the money.
Randolph Foster told the Court
how ho sent his mother the
postal order and was given a
receipt by the Bermuda Post
Office. He used to go to school with
White ot St. Leonard's Boys"
School.
Elaine Robinson, a ahopkeepe.-
of Carrington's Village, said that
she had brotherWinston Edg-
hill In Bermuda. He sends her
letters containing postal orders
monthly.
On June 14 she went to the
Central Police Station and Cpl.
Nurse showed her a letter. It was
in her brother's handwriting but
she never received it. She was
also shown 15 Postal Orders for
1 each from her brother. She
never received these orders. The
counterfoils corresponding wilti
the orders.
Dorothy Hinds said that her son,
George is in Bermuda. He sends
her money m airmail envelopes.
She come? to the City with her
daughter to get the money.
Dorothy's Daughter
Clementine Hinds, daughter of
Dorothy, said that she lives at
Lakes Folly. Her brother in
Bermuda sends letters containing
postal orders. On June 27 sho
went to the Central Police Station
and identified a letter and two
postal orders from her brother
George. One of the orders was
addressed to her father but he
died since this case has been g< -
bag
Clarke, the porter came. This was
at about 10.00 p.m and she told
Clarke that her husband was not
at home. Clarke left.
Next witness. Frank Bailey of
CssringtOtVl Village, said that at
about 10 p.m. on June 10, he was
standing at Harrison's Road. He
saw a man going towards Mrs
White's place The house was
closed and the man called out
for Mrs. White
"I am Clarke"
The man said: "I'm Clarke the
postman." and Mrs. White looked
out at the window. Mrs. While
asked Clarke what lime they had
ilnlshed work and Clarke replied.
"at about 4.30 p.m." Mrs. White
then s*rid mat her husband had
not yet come home.
James Butler also said that on
the night of June 10. he heard a
male voice call at Mrs. White'!
place. That was all he kne'
: the case.
Garfleld Thompson of CsiTUal
Un's Village said he knew While
He rrequented White's home He
is the brother of O. Thompson
He said that at times Whit
asked him to receive any thin*
that was brought to the home
In March last he was in the back
of the house. Someone brought
box, dropped it at the front door
and walked away. He did not s
the person.
White called no more witness^
md at this stage the Court ad
ourned for lunch.
about
After Lunch
Lilian De Rose of St Lucia.
Rachel Augustin. another St. (Mlj that she was the reputed wife
Lucian. said ihat she was a good I 0- Thompson and lived at
friend of Miss John She knew whiU..- home
While for about two years. Shr' W
never gave White medals to give
lo Miss John.
Mabel Brewster of Massioh
Street said that her husband
went to Bermuda but came back
in October last While in Ber-
muda he used to write her
monthly and also send her money
orders.
Eudora Parr^s. daughter of
Mabel Brewster. said Ihat shi
always took her mother to cash
money orders at St. John's Post
Office.
Granvllle Woodroffe.
said that in 1948 he went to Ber-
muda and returned in J
year. While in Bermuda he used to
send Postal Orders to his wil
He also sent some to Mess1
On the morning of June 11 she
saw detectives at the house. They
took papers from the pit. She did
not put them in the pit.
O. Thompson, last witness fir
the Prosecution said that he
renlcd a room from White for
himself and De Rose. White's
wife also lived In the house. She
has a child about nine months
old
Last Witness
First witnesK called for
defence was Vivian White. wifi
St. Clair White. She said that on
June 10. White left home about
6.30 to 7 00 p.m. and returned
at about 1 00 a m. with the de-
tective During White's absence
After the evidence of Garfleld
Thompson one of Uie witnesses
for the defence the court was ad-
journed at 12.30 p.m.
When Court resumed White ad
dreieed the court. White in his
addiess accused James Clarke of
stealing the articles. He said that
June 10, Inspector Bourne
asked him If he knew that some
igs were missing from the
Post Office. Bourne asked him if
he had money on him and when
at the C.I.D. a corporal
began to search him.
Mr W W. Recce did not ad-
dress the court. After White's
iddress His Honour the c.'h
Justice told the jury that no doubt
they were appalled at th>
ber of people who were robbed of
s sent to them from abroad
The defence did not deny the
evidence given by the witnesses
Most of the people robbed were
hard working people who were 1"
money sent to them from
their husbands, sons and
After a deliberation of IT.
minutes the jury returned a ver
diet of guilty on three counts of
larceny
hole year there could be
objection whatever, hut he wi*s
sure the hon. member would
realise that the difficulty aro**
with regard to seasonal employees.
He thought it was in Clause (
where reference was made to S
person employed for a period of
three months, but that was a
Clause which to his mind did not
really cover the situation
properly
It might be necessary to refer
the BID to a Select Committee
not with the idea of blocking it.
but with the idea of making it
ore applicable.
A large number of people em-
ployed one domestic servant for
the simple reason that they could
not afford any more, and it was
felt by some that these servants
might be dismissed rather thai
be given two weeks' holiday with
pay.
He thought that domestic
servants were some of the most
deserving of employees that
should be given holiday with
pay, but he did not want to do
anything that would affect this
deserving class of employees
unfavourably.
There was on agreement
between the Trade Unions ami th,-
Sugar Federation that everyone
who worked for a certain num-
ber of davs uer year, (he thought
It was 260 days), was entitled to
holiday with pay It often
happened that the workers were
employed for less than three
months All these things wanted
going Into and he hoped the hon
member would appreciate that It
was only his intention to have
the Bill work effectively that h
desired it to be sent to a Select
Committee.
Mr i: D. Mottley (E) said that
during the election campaign both
parties in the House had pledged
that they would support a Bill to
provide annual holidays with pav
Having pledged themselves to d-
so they were morally bound 10
support a Bill of this nature. Lik
his colleague and the member-
supporting the Government
ployment and holidays of every
employee employed by him as
may be necessary for the purpose
"f enabling him to comply with
the provisions of this Act" That
r ;ion wanted amendment
'Every employer" could be oth-
erwise translated "those em-
ployees who are employers", he
said
Then the Government was
king in the BUI that such peo-
ple should be made to keep books
One could imagine a policeman's
wife who kept a servant having
to keep a book for that purpose
If the BUI was passed, it would
be exposing many people in Bar-
bados to the danger of conviction
for something which the hon.
members themselves knew they
were not goinrv to do The Bill
should be one which would bene-
fit Ihe majority of the Island
In The Legislature
Yesterday
COUNCIL
Mux J D caastdMr, Praaldenl
tM Lr* Hut an* Hon. Df
i J..iin Tli.- MH **t* Uvrir iB". aaul lion It Chal
I'.oir A.H.w t-kW4l Sh
mm 1-i.ik.i r i..n...i,. ^..mmu
Sl-l.-m.-nl ..I Uw *um. f Hkf> Paul
.,... la >rw r\.lw,ul Treaaurrr b> lb*
CtwuwiiaaM uf Paaara durttts ih* aii
i-r rnded Wlh ol SV*>Uib*r, IBM - l- lha PuiHe Act, ISSS-i
Rr|h>H ul U Auailor Qaasral am U>a
Audit of um Aceounta of ska Osssay
(IJ Old >MI lt-t
Th* Council concurred In . naalu-
tut* m, follow.
RvaoluOona to placs Out auni at prTl
I Um dbpowl i>> lh.- i.-i-rmir miu
culiv* CummltW lo UMthMiwnl 0>*
SL.ii.Tj.tr- ISM M Part II CoBIUI. u
pMI in lb* s-nnii.m.1,1 jii B-imjilr.
ISM-SI. No M, im tori, th* ftrhdub>
1.1-
M in. ium of SI
i" iiovvrnui in Ka.ri.-i
iiwlrmrnt th* Stalin
(, > MM SI
M s,.nt... i.
1 -rv.h | .,
Msa
HraoiLiiuxi i place ih nun ol at.SSO
1 Ibr dupioal ul Irw U"miit ill linn
rr lo aupplrmenl Ibr E>lin
Ir. ISM-SI. Pan II Carnal, aa .hown in
M aupplamanlaiv Eatlinataa ISM SI. Ho
I tvhi.h tafia Ow Si-li*dule in thl* Nn>
pfckSsaattM
tiom Ihe Publtr Ti>*<
in. .
i .i ...
-i. 1
Eaaaaa.
Oawn
bar. 1BU> lo be puwvd al Ihe iliapow'
of Ihe Oo>rtwM m Ivuliv. I'aniiu:
KM u> aupplrmrnl UM bUm.1.- ltM-31
Part II. Capital a- net oul in ihr Sus*lr
matilar* SUIIinatn ItM-ll. No M. Whirl*
lorm the rirhedulr lo ihln Meaolutlne
iMMhttlSB hR fl-'i.- UN PUB) of SM.M.I
al Ihr .1i-n.j| ol ilir QaffflBf 111 *.r..i
In- ....iimllrr to Hu|.pk>nnl UM
tallnvaU- ISM 91. Pan I. CurrSttV M
hown in Ihr ttupplrmrntarv KaUmale.
ItM-ll. Ho J wltieh fonn Ihe Srhed.ili-
1...1.'
VrVAV.V.V.V.W.V
k If.tfV II IHISIf .'.' *
PURINA
PIGEON (HOW
H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. D....4*-.fg
V.V.V.V.V.V.V.VA
Broad Street
i.lnllon to approve RnMlatlom it____
' ...iiiur Committee
MfttSfl M Ihr RaihaHtoa Pan. v
nJurlUin and Kspo" Art 1*37
IMJ 14
Th* Counrll p*>Ttl
i- Vasti .
an of I,SM
Tnr t iiiiix-iI poaUwiMd a BUI lo amend
Ihe Pancv Molaaaei Production m
po.1 Art. Ittt
A Hill I., amrnd Ihe VrMUr* A<
a- referred lo a . i.
HOUSE
ben Ihr n '. i.Ijj. Ml
II Adaina UM a latnneiil of the
. of naonrv paid ovei lo th* Colonial
Ti.-- in......Um i niliHaSwiHi of PoOc*
ns Ihe quarter ended Sthli HrpUmhrr
Cottoit Assoriiilinii
Meets on Friday
HIS Excellency the Governor
has kindly consented to attend the
Meeting of the West Indian Sea
Island Cotton Association (Inc.)
to be held al Queen's Park on
Friday the 17th of November at
B 15 ajn. and extend a welcome to
e delegates.
The following delegates from
the cotton growing islands will be
at riving on Thursday to attend
this meeting:
St. KitU: Mr. W E. Walwyn
Nevis: Mr F Henvllle
Antigua Mi K It Allnult.
Director of Agriculture for the
I-eeward Islands. Mr F. H S
Warneford
Moniserrat: Mr. A. VV. Griffin
St. Vincent: Mr. K. Casson
Mr J V. Lockne. Cotton A*l
viser to the Leeward Islands.
Mr T A. Twyman. a Member of
the London Advisory Board anil
Chairman of the Negotiating Com
mlttee
Barbados will be represented
bv Mr A deL Innlss and Mr
1. Smith
HALL'S DISTEMPER
0*0nMff| WMHT
recogniil lint grdt WATER PAINT
Committee lo iipplriiirnt Ihr BallM
IWSIM. Pan I. Current, aa ahowt
r Mi|ipl>ii>rnlar> Eatlinatra l*i M
II. which form in* ffrhnlulr to thl
lulUm
rtiMali-l
tradr a
-..,I...
>. 1 I' i
olutktn
Irv tabled queahof
Ion of liutitiri.
u- PubUe Markri
r n, lanes-) I
I (tlrndalrv'l'iii'ii
n.1 M tha
thr local
M. IMS
k. .ut the
n piovMI*
I TiH-.lar
WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK
A COMPLETE RANGE OF
HliMBER
Cycle Parts. ^
THESE SPARES INCLUDE:
I
BACK STAYS
CONES and NUTS
CENTRE BEARINGS
. WHEEL AXLES
' BRAKE GUIDES
j BALL BEARINGS
I CABLES
GEAR CASES
MUDGUARDS
FREE WHEELS
CROWN RACES
COTTER PINS
BRAKE TUBES
REFLECTORS
CHAIN ADJUSTERS
CHAIN WHEELS and CRANKS
and Dozens ol other Necessary Items.
II ITS FOR A "HUMBER"WE HAVE II.
HARRISON'S
Afnb for "HIMBERS"
BROAD ST.
ftemg oil-bound, aai) of application
and of otrtMsncfcng covarlnq
capacity, d t ideally tudad to* a"
Manor dacoraties pu'potai -Kara
a high tUnoVd Um Mih k oWsd.
What An M.P.
Wants To Know
Mr. E. I) Moltley \*\.U;\ tlir
following questions In the House
Of Assembly yesterday:
gt Is tioverument ^wprO lliat
Ihen- is grout dlssatisfnrtlon
existing on the part of BUtctefl
earrylng on their tra.le in the
I'ubllc Market In respect of the
Cold Storage and the Cieneral
Storing of Butchers meat In the
Cold Storage I'lnnt of the said
Market'
If Um answer to the above
Is "yes", will Government take
immediate steps to remedy th
same elTiiiively?
If the answer to the first
Queetlon is In tha 'negative"
ill iloveinntent cause ar.
Immediate inquiry to be made
In respect of the same Depart-
ment with a view to ascertain-
ing the cause of such dissatis-
faction'1
# is Government aware of
the unsatisfactory manner
which the LoOkl Food Prodi
tlon (Defence) Order 1942.
< fjr .is UM slaughter of pigs
- n vm die Island H .,,.;u--\
I- \X'II.K < .,1 I nil oul. .",.1 IIIIlM
MMl it :iffci Is IllMchei
who carrj on business in Um
Public Market?
2. If Um ;niswer lo the above
Is "yes" will Government tuk/)
immediate steps to remedy the
3 If Ihe unswer to the H
Question is In the "negative"
will Government cause an im-
to be made In
respect of Hie -tame lk-uurlment
with a view to ascertolninR th?
f such dlssatls/acti "
FOR THE BEST IN MATCHES
DEMAND
THREE STARS
SWEDISH MATCHES
ON SALE
EVERYWHERE
rALLMlW AMJL
THRIFTY
SHIU'REH.%
TO TUT.
HIIOllHY.tr
Offvr .
The Most Attractive Styles for Ladles sod
I an at Popular Prices.
mm f N I.ADIfcS and CHILDRENA fine assort-
ggfj .-v .,,, | ^|n, vour |||ce >nd pocket
M.XXntl A4m% A Style ana match for all EnsemW.
DHESS #!##/!# l/s
Crept-de-Chinf*. Satm.i. Shantung Spun.*. Slub Spuns.
Plain Marshal Fabrics in many Shades.
Compare Our Assortment And Prices
?
IIIIISS SIIOI*
U'f're tflaVassI a ualaxy C
i;laiiioroiis new shin- tlylec
Ihat are aa easy on your (eel
.is they are on \iur eyeV
Voti'll \\a\V\ on uir 'he season
'round, knouin^ v..u look
>our hesl und It i I your best
in lhe*e smart styles! Straps,
Ih's, -.niil.iI, and olip-ons . .
fashioned by leading
brands . .,,< in oUr exciting
"ertion. See lliem to-dav!
viWcMwiq
(...hi und Sttnr CnaaaM siioks
id, ii, ,1::, heel-. Pulr........ M.M
Hlack Sudn SIIOKS
wilh low u.-durhppls (rimmed with
Bilver or "old. Pdir.............. M.K
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street


I'AGI -IX
BARBADOS ADVOCAir
Ml DNE8DAY, M>M Mllll. 13. IK*
MM! Will. Sup^r-Cuihioiu Ihara'a
let* waar and tear. lewcr rapaifa.
ZqbekpcusAenby
good/Vear
Wf *>* * WrW **, iMt an Good ? tlrt Mmr mi wty Mir mmUm
CITY BftJlAO* TRACLSO I


WKHNkfcJiAV. NOVEMBER IS, ,*M
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS.
V. tl;-ll M I m pSA
Hi l**v tver
aVirnnei'
*. BMM Be*) WlnllM
BeuL Or-otge AnhMI C R OllSe,
IN MKMOKIAM
In -*e loving i
****>>, mm. ,
i umm,
tole'.ad
. At'Ciuwr^ none
lair. Nuve.a* |Ma
Tne tfiork *** pnt la* bluer arvtr
We never thought Mr **> . M
Oaly than*) >* lnv* con tell
T.e **n -of cuiu without Uiml
The laer* .ho gt>, K Uto* *Ve,
B\it ere'U rnaet on iIkm bngnt .nor*.
T<> put no nor*.
Ever la few >vinand by O W ape
.htiabandt. Orme. Grf>. Hoy. OwnM'
Onld*. Enid Taut Malcolm .Sew Yor-
.(Wldrem. Oat*, T.iii. Irn IW
FOB SALE
AUTOMOTIVE
ONE Standard Sport Modal
.eater Motor Car. 1"
THE GENERAL AGENCY CO
r>doa LTD.
II Huh SI Phone all,
14.'I JO 3n
HKMilUK
mtMrvw. New and gved claaa
awaaiil Itarut furniture In Mahonov.
Hint. -.-.I Hue Laiae v-.t-ly .1 BalM
eard'. Sh.. Room.. Hardwood Ailev
lOlllflllr 1U rii-^i.i. ..___ .._?....
PIMM! \OTI< fcS
NOTICE
m r*im or -t rrira
VMlt
Sci.mU ili be received by
aigned up to November 1HI
AuplH-Uori forma a.*l full particular*
tan W oB4niaed Bt in* Parochial Tren
!*** I umce during Tueadaw. I* 00 In SI
P. Tfcunalay. lieo to I 00 p.m.. Setui
ray. I* ud to MM Noon.
O- COS BIN.
Parochial Triaaunar
THE PHARMACKITICAL
SOCIETY Of BARBADOS
Thurvday. November
To receive If* Fin
! Annual Beeort
Election of officer.
General Bunne*.
ihd IhnSncW Statg
!! A MAPP.
on Serrrtar.
II 11 M.3i
POULTRY
hit* Emden Oudin tl month, old
MISCELLANEOUS
ANTIQUES Of Kiw daarrlDlK
GU... China, old Jewel*, fine EL
Watereolour. Early book*. Map. Auto-
rapin nc ai oorrlncoa Antique Shop
BSUBaSnal floral Yeehl Club.
.I"*'!^1*'*"0"" "* Vidro ruicM.
All Bran. Shredded Wheat. Qua."
Oat. in Package* and Looer W.
PORO. 35 Roebuck Street Dial I
HHIRU FRllT Pmnoa. D**a>. PLti.
K-lalaa. Mined Peel. Chem. al*e Table
H-Uiiu. In Peck**jn, lib ft. '.tb >*,-
W M. PORD. 3S Rovouck Si. Dial 3M
IS II w *.
OAI.VAN1ZED PTPEfl In 4". i*\ ll*
and 2" alao falvaniiad abaota m Oil
tn.. anl 8fl longlha Enqulro Autt
TVr* Company. Trafa^u SU^I Phone
* .u.-.
R-itttiv.. Ltd.
TTNNEn FRUrT Paaj-a. P-achai
Prapt- lra- and Small Ai>rlnH( Ptn.

W H. PORD. M Koobuvk S(rl
Dial Ma*
lo.II.IW-
W" ^h,v' m ,''K '' Hubbatd
Av.r Skin Lolkm whiab la a non-dryln*
i-anri.-r fur all tvp o( akin, and lo
Ma In ronnlna; in* pom KNIGHTb
LTD || U6~an.
Wr
Mn
a.
I* Hub bar<| Ar
.hiny .km. in aaaorlad abada*
I b-.i KNIGHTS LTP.
11 lt. -Jn
FOR aUiNT
BOULOGNE SI Uwniu, G.p
Plilly furnlahad Vacanl Drrcmtor lit
Dial WOT. u n So l-i
CRTBTAL SPBINOI St JaBBM
Coaat "Annoi" Now available for
rant By month Vacant Nor Dae.
'an Pully fumlatlod and oqulppad.
aVcallont aoa bathing Pttvato Roach
Cook. BuUar available
T.l ll-M Appolnlment to Tktw.
aaTaaaUUfEA 1 01) '..-r.i.hc.i on
St Jamra Saa Coaat phono tl-M
II 11 BW-dn.
PLAT Wini< Court. Palm B+ach
HaatiraDi, S BailrooRia, Drawirul and
Dining Roomi. I V-nd-ri Pantry.
KlWhanatW. Csragr All modrtn con-
Vmtancra. coal and airy nnr lba> aw.
Available n December M. Apply:
T. T. Clarke. Phono Mil or *
lit I SOan
rLAT-Small comforlabU unfurniahet
Plat at mitigate Hotiae. St Michael
Vacant now. Por rurtlMV aawOruUfra
phone Z, Wllklnaon Haynea Co .
Ltd.. Ofllco. J II SO I f
HOUSEcalled Plower
leading U, Muwall Court
It baa Verandah. DrawCajt and Dining
mom, 3 Brdmoma. Kitchenette. Sor-
tanfa room. Garage Pulto furnlahad
ii--ludin,T Refrigerator Apply to D-Arey
A Rcott, Magaxlne Lane
lSll.ba_dn
.STItATHMIGLO On M Appleby It.
Jorraa..Newly built modem houae wlU
front and back porchoa. three- bedroom
each with running water, dining n-nr
large altllng room, garage, eaevaat
foom. electricltv and modem convent
encea. Haa never been tenanted Reid-
for occupancy. Dorember lit lS0.
Phono mm. Mr. C C Clarke.
11.11.10 m
Phono 1135.
- New Royal. Plllaaal
WAIXTW
HKLP
CCSTOMS HOUSE C1XBK Reply
liling aare. prevtou" ekperterare and
salary e-.p-xted to ioi No. 44 Co Advo-
cate Cdrnpan* Ltd
1111.806n
NOTICE
re eetato o
WILLIAM
eataaaai
NOTICE a HERfCBY GIVEN Ikgd all
rauna having any daS*t or claim
I.lmt the eatate Of William Worrell
deceaaed, lafe of Jaekann In the pariah
S-Int Michael, who died in Ihle
0 mi the Stth day of Septaanhar.
are reauaaled to aend paiiicuiar.
of Ibcii dettt* and. clalma dutv atleaMd
to Ihe ni>dwauand Hubert W^arma"
T..II 0 g Meeara Hnea A tinmlri
No II High Street, prutgeto-n SoUel-
ton. on or before the Mat ria- ol
December. S0. after which dale i
h-ll proceed to dlatrlbuto Ik* eeaeU
Hied thereto, having regard only In
- ." clalma of which I ahatl then have
had notice and I will not be liable for
the aaaeti or any perl thereof eo dat-
trlhuled lo any person of whoae detyl
And all pereona Indebted lo the aald
relate are ratjueated to aetUe their in-
debted neea without delay
Ikated thla Hat day of October ItW
HUBOtT WATERMAN TU1J.. ,
anallfl-d EaecuLrt-
f.ll tO_4n
I rAr.r. srven
.>VERIVMIvKT .NOTHES
AUCTION
TV GUM, *. --.
IVYLORS DAP MAI.
Board ^nd Bhl.igle Houaa. In
i aaUtoga wue II
sa i
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
U'lM.t ATIONS KKOM WOMEN FOR TRAINING AS Mill
WIVES AT THi: MATERNITY TRAINING HOSPITAL
AjylicitoR. are inviuBd fiom worRWi b**tn tha zgvs a* 18
ad 30 for tnun.ru. as mtdwive-. ai ih Barb.dc* Mal-rrnit% TltufSBM
rfatptta] "
The couia. ol uaimni will ixtand ow a pariotl of 18 monihs and
Fcbruaiy. IMI
Mil i-tfive: u training allowauco o( 114.00
On Thunday ISth.
I Mr. j
I Howvll wa will aall her rurmtute at
Eaat Wind. Ruckle, New Road, Wfuch
nclude. eery good Eateneton OUHag
Taete to aaat la. Upright Cha
i TBbaaa. Antlejua Card. Table and
re. Morrla Aim Chair. Sanng
laanai. aU In MabaWany Dinner
gon. SnUhaaed. ffade TatWe. Tea Ttol-
Putno bv Beck-tain Gleaa and
. la. Tea and Coffee Servtcea Pruit
Plale. PI.1.C Ware In Entree DMhe..
hah Knivea and Pork. Tea Service,
MM poon- rarrav ClaHaEf, f*
foMina Verandah Chair. Clock. P.
urea ainajia Menogat" Urd ind Bed. Vanity Table Triplet Mirror.*
d T Waahitend Cedar Pic... Ungle
ror. Bedalaad. and Red.. Dra..i. Table.
<-edar unen Pieu Can.aa Cot Wei-
n>4thouee Refrieerata. .Unit Yeari
Electric Stove. EIocUk Oven Kttche.
Ulen.it.. Larder OH Stove. Bcalc. and
gyg^-aS"! '""' P*r""" c-^
Garden Tool.. Garden Renche. S.rr
Tss-,ri*'X;""?.r as "-
It.tNKtH. TROTMAN a CO.
AirHuim
Itliso hi
Applic.iK.ns pilal, Bank H.ll. si Mirhacl. ml should tw lubmiltnl nol Ulrr than
.he 30th o( November. 1.50 14.11.50__In.
BARBADOS EVENING INSTITUTE
INTt.MI mm; A.TS. TWr, Mil be no new eluw. prep.r.n
^Li^T ln,U.rJArU "'"" a^"'<0". >S". bul 0 l.m,..
number of qual.llM ne nudMlla wuhlnf lo enter the prrwiit
claaje. maj be permitted lo do lo at the discretion ol the Dean
M Academic studies
JS^, (2. GENKKAL CKCTInCATC or tDl CATION tvenmj classe.
SHIPPING NOTICES
FURNI7UIH KBMOVfD WITH
CAW
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
oaANJBfBTAD"
(1,1a-. ...i.
-M!n,y;-
rn al v -tai.bOoe- will accept
Caaga and Fae-i.ta. tor Da-i i
. .. \tonleeriai S-
HI Kilt. Sailing Friday ITU, j.
The M V. fjaajawl . .
rep* < arga aatd Paaaaagaia I-.' fk
I'ataja. at Vincent, vlienada a.
Ariaba Dale .! dein
B.VX ItttoMaMi- IKiMn
ilaaaclaliaai lac.
Tel. 4M7.
3AR8ADCS RN.TURt REMOVER
CodrtaaTbMi. Brittor X RJ
HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD MOM THI OTrrTlD KINGDOM
I.- 'i.i
In- h-l
WIH aall by Publk COmpeUUen a"
omce VlCTtlHIA STltaVaT.
PR1DAY. irth al 1 pm 10*0 *q. rt
al fhad.tcrt.-. Roe.I
ni.uui with board and UilMle hotiv
coalaiiung open gall,.,, i -
Inf. drrring. 1 I* .
onVea (or InapocUon and condition, nt
I'Hv Dial RMI
I!. AHOIKIt McKLNriK
14 11 SO *-
SEAL ESTATE
PROPERTY al Pliti VllUge SI J*n>e)
Hi roof chattel houae .landing it
; aauare feet of land g<^ng ai
reaa.au.ble barga.n Apply lo A. H.
Bronte Dial I IB* 19 It M fa
PROPERTY at Road View at Peter,
meeauaa* building allu.te on . aajuar
feet of land all modern amttiitiea -v Apply to A R Drome Dial 41*1
OFFICIAL NOTICE
HjMtBADOA
IN THE AaRUSTAMT COURT
OP APPEAL
tlhqulUble Jurladirtloni
RLT-EHT KENRICK WILCHPUIntlrT.
ST. RYBON WELCH Delendant
IK pureuanca af an Order In IhU
Court la the above aelian i.vade
llth day of taipiaaakar. Itao, I give
M all ewaane
light or lnlar*M In
eumarei.ee affecUnt]
Btaaa or parcel of land Ituata in Ihe
pariah of Saint Peter aad laUnd of Bar.
badoa, aboveaaid conlgialng by eatuna.
in-ti three Ihouaand aaven hjadree aquaM
feel or tharoabouM avttatg agpd bounding
thai ceriata
n landa new m late of Mr*, iai.li Con-
le Public Boad mAm) DtaBii. Alley"
r however aiag the i|mi aafa butt and
bound loaMlhrr with Ihe AKa.ua,. c
dweUlaaharVaa Ihereoh. to hetna before
> and vouchara.
_.. lo hrlna bel
o aoaouai of r
Hr > Itaimi. doc_____
be aaamlned lay me on any Tuaaday.
Priday belwaed MM beuea of 11 tmm oi
A ..la
rv!:z
.rs.
.. clalma may be ranked eccordlng te
lire nature and priority thereof reepec-
tivrly. otkaewlaa rue* par will be
precluded fro*, the aaaodt af the aald
I claim
lalmant* are alao notlRed that they
it attend the aald Court on Wednaade*,
twenty aeoond day of November. 1*0.
0 o'clock a.m. when their aald clalma
Olven under my hand Ihla 11th day of
September. IMS.
1 V OILKES.
------.ml Court ol a ppm I.
aA91
OFRC1AL SALE
It A It HA DOS
IN THE ASS1BTA.VT COURT
Ht'PERT KENRICK WELCH-PUInUR
BT. KYHON WELCH Defendant
NOTICE la hereby given thai by virtue
nf an Order of the A tamtam Court Of
Appeal deled the 11th day of leptenabor.
1144 there will be act up for aaie la Dm
lilghe.1 bidder at the Office of the Clara,
of the Aaalaiant Court of Appeal al aha
Court Houae. Bridgetown, between the
noun of 11 moon, and 1 o'clock In the
afternoon on Priday. the twenty fourth
day of November. I Me all that certain
plane or paraal of land aituale In the
perlan of Saint Peter and la land of Ber-
badoa. abovaaaid conUlnlng by eatlma-
ii on three thouaend aeven hundred aauara
feel or ihareabouta butting and b--------
landa row or leto af Mr..
inell and ajr. Aaata Ptaaerton
Public Road
ar however alee
hound together
dwrlllnahouae thereon, and If not then
-old the aald property will be art up lor
ale an every aucceedlng Priday between
the ame hour* until the eame la aok|
for a run no* laaa than E4U. aa. d
Dated thli Mth day of aMptember. tasfl
Aa. Clerk of the
Aialatant Court of Appeal
HIH-Jn.
TltE GARDEN HtHJSE L,t
of lion n. Challenor. with 1 acrea
perpbee of land .ituale al country Rout
aridg*io-.i.
The dwelling houae ronlalr. aparlou.
Drawing and ninlng Roome. Slttitu.
room. Break faat room. PanUV and
HI Whet, on Main Soor 6 Bedroom. 1
bathruu.i>a and large vnandah upatair..
Government water and elertrtclty
rttbla>. etc In yard.
beautiful garden.
Inapeel.on at any lime on application |o
the caretaker on Ihe premier*
Thu property la within I minute, walk
from Broad Street.
Offer, in writing lo be aent lo Ihe
tinderatgncd
YXARWOOD BOYCeT.
Solicitor.
Jamea Street
14.11 10>!
LAND 1 Rood. 33 Perrhea adjoining
The Home Agricultural Station St. Philip
Apply W I Orlmlh. C o Haynei *
Ordain. Solicitor*. Phone 41TA
li u H k
ROCK DUNDO--JUIuato at Cave Hit!
St Michael, with approximately -U
Acrea of Land Cwnrlating of 10 At.;, a
Acree and 11 Acrea In Sour Oreae a,i. I
The Arable Acreage la aa follow*
Plant and Ralooa Can 14
Preparation
The Hoiaaa contain! three bedroom,
toilet and bath, drawing and Olniru*
rootua. library. Ofnce. cloeod gaiier-
and hltorrm Servant* room*, garaa"
:nd other out building-, two concrete
rain water tank* with a capacity of
U.OO0 gallon* Electric light anj
Cotnparxy*a Water. Three mile* out at
own. bua aarvlce Suitable for Deirv
or Drvelopraaol Impart urn Tuoeaav.
and Thuradaya II noon lo 4 pa*.
Offer, for above will be received in
writing by Colin P II Scale Bovcl.
ft Skeete. Lucae Street. Bel "

Dwelllnghouae known a* "Ballevue"
alandlng on landa of Graeme Hail Da>
veiopment Ltd. al The Slrram. Chiia1
Cr.urch. at preaenl tenanted by Mr
Hugh Leach The houae contain, apaa
vetarvdah on throe rtdea, Druwlng and
Dlnmi Room. Throe bediooma, Kllrhm.
Pantry. Lavatory and Balh. wilh run
mng water and BtacUlcHy triroucboul
Uiapection on aaplicallon to the tenant
between Ihe hour* of I p m and T p "
That above will b* art up for aale a'
lu*>Ua Caaaaprlltloa al our Office No .
Jimee Street, Bridgetown, on Trldav
ITth November ISH at I p m
TaVUtWOOD at iiuv-T
Solicitor.
1 II BOgn
main Road
4TS
i -ade .
be rented
a I1M-:
P.irbadog BJUpplrai anl Tradin
G L t-IAHKS A (
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
JUNaORYoung Lady for ornce work.
School Certificate rieceaaary Apply'
' Carter. T. R- R-an. Tl. Broad Street
MISCELLANEOUS
BICYCLE -One Child'. Bicycle auluabl.
BOXXB All hlnde of Card a*aar<
Boat, ether lb
apply Ad vocal*
aHLaaff^'-r
WANT HI
Tape for a t
Mil
One UghtmriB Conduct""
H*eey afapro.lm.tely H ft
D M STMPflON a CO
I II to 3n
WANTED TO B*'
CAftH- -Lal# Mode* Canadian or Ameri-
can car* immedum. Writ* P. A.
Springe. Spr> and TraialfMt -Mat
xtoraoE tAafKB aBagl or Gaivania*
hiV capacity 400 gallon* up Phone RfN
irnmedlglell f A. Springer. Spry Stt^et
fcMaaww*. ilJi.ta-aW.
Set out below is the list that hbs been vornpllad from in/oim.itii n
received in the Colonial Secretary's Office of Barbadians who ImI
their lives In World War II.
2 As (he list may contain errors or may be incumplate the
relatives or other persons who are able to supply information of anj
Barbadians who were killed, reported missing, presumed killed, died
cf wounds or died on active service, not included in the list, are asked
to communicate same to the Colonial SKretary's Office.
Nai
hVgimr.,1
Archer. P.L.I.. D.F.C. Squadron Leader
Berkeley. A P.F M Flifht Lieutenant
Burke, H Private-.
LOST A FOTWD
FOUND
TIE CUP QoW Tie Clip on 4th
November al Oaman Sapvannah Owner
can recover -am* on ktenliSeatlon and
paylns coil of UUa advaaL
LOST
Carter. G W.
Clarke. G. L A .
Cuke, MR.
Cumberbatch, G. D..
DaCosta, D P. L
Darosta. PC.
Deana, D B. W.
Davison, PS.
Dunlop, A. P, C. ,.
Goodlnf. AW
Greenidge, J. A ..
GraenldgB. J. D ..
Hall. J
Hiist-ll. D B. L ,.
Ince. C P., X>TC.
and Bar
Innis*. G. H. T. ..
Johnson, T. 0, L.
Johnson, a). .. ._
n, #. H. ..
BtlaaSProm Counter at Kmgril* Soda
foaii lain ill Package of SHU Pin*'
aullafale regard oflrred for retom.
Knight* Phoenia Pharmacy
IB II" "
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| ONLY A F*W KOBE LETT! B Ymi 11 tvever be able to ret B vi. IK" art of llMMB
likrrakatlr Pals
U Thev are really old mater caen* ^t aaaaJa Si kaaapj ,.,.. ,,..,, ^ .na thai type [li Why net get M laaet . aeeen 41 >* year Ciaaweeh.. Ray "Ix-I ,1 befeee .11 are I4
Jordan
Kinj. C P, .. ,,'
King. HA.....
Knowles, C. V H ..
Knowles. W. U.
Lynch, R C.
Mahon. MS
Manning. J. C.
Manning. J H.
Miller II F H DT.C.
Peebles, J. A. L. ..
Peterson. R. B.
Proverbf.. KG G
Sftanner. J W ..
Smith, H P V
Wsldron. A A.
Wtlcojton, P.O.
WtUtatilrg, L D.
Plying Ofncer
C a plain
ayargeatit
Sergeant
Captain
Lieutenant
Sergeant Pilot
Flying Officer
Plying Officer
Pilot Officer
Pilot Officer
Guardsman
1st Sergeant
lergeant
Flight Lieutenant
IHthnnder
Ptlot Officer
Apprentice Officer
and Lieutenant
FUght Serjeant
Mavigator ..
Sergeant
Flight Sergeant
CapUIn
Pilot Offiear
PlUrt Officar
Sergeant
Sub-Lieutenant
Sergeant
Pilot Officer
Captain
Sergeant Observer
Flight Sprgeant
Sight I-
yirrg C*fficer
Sergeant
IJeutanant
C-sriKaral
R.C.A.F.
It A f
Algonquin Regiment
R.A M.C
R.A F
Ld S H (R.C )
B.A.?
RAF
Leteester Regiment
Irish Guards
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R.A.F.
RAF
RAF
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U.S. Army.
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RAF
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Nary.
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RAF
U.S. Army.
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RAF
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RAF
RAF
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P A F
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RAF
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RCA
_ students (or thu Examination, which replaces that
i Matriculation (to te discontinued after June 1951) will
from September 195J. iccording to the following nchedule
Advanced level. Thi-*# rlaavea are iatendetl for atudrnt*
mho hup? to uiuiir for MlU.ii the Leaidon Intermediatr
Aru turn, and who to do aa have U paaa In two 5j
suhjeel* at Uas advanced level ana thrwe (11 of the
ordinary level r*ji lime-table will therefore be arranger!
. u.**,In.- u> perinii meiubvrt of thaaa claanei
to |oin claisas In,certain aubjtfla at the ordinar> level
ClasM's will be baud in Knglwh. History, Spanish.
t|ra, LgBBy and, is there is sufficient demand
(Jr-ography. t
(Irdlnary level. These*, clauses are intended partly fo-
brrBH to ; .alify for silting Intermediate Aits
us above, and partly for those who wish to make d
General Certificate of Education their final objective
iS.B. The General Certificate of rduration U lo replace
Ihe prraeiit Landon Maarirulallon and Srhool OrllHeato
Kaamlnaliuna. There ia no mlalmiim or maklmum
number of subJeeU in which > candidate haa to pnaa In
urder to rerelvr a oertinralel.e a ca\ndMatc paaslnt
in one or annre aabJeeU will rerelve a rertlflrale to that
elleet).
Claaaes will be held in English. History. Spanish,
Mathematics, Latin, and according to effective demand.
two (3J or three (3, of the following:Gcographv,
(fiieral BtjtnoB. Kiiglish Literature and French
NB. There snay. nrcordlni to the nature of Ihe
.-Uw* Hnall, deter mi nod W be held, be aeane limltaUan
un the e>mbinatluH of aubjerta iipen to individual
student*.
(a) The tla a will be held in the Bridgetown area,
probably at Haiftson Collage (by permission of ihj
CioverniiiB Body,.
tb) Two lectires of one hour will be given In each
subject at each level every weak, between the hours of
5 p.m. and 7 p m from Monday to Friday A year's
session will be divided into three terms, coinciding with
the Secondan School term.-
(c) Applicant- must be over IS years of ager on
the 1st of September 1850
(d) As a guarantee that the minimum educational
standard for admiaai. n has been reached, each MtfrllCBflt
must supply a etartillcote from the Head of a school
stating that the school course up to the age of 14 ha<
been satisfactorily completed.
(e> Applicants must obtain from the office of the
Department of Education application fpims, which must
be lilled in and forwarded to the Dean of Academic
Studies,, the Barbados Evening Institute, at the office of
tde Department not Idler than Thursday. 30th November
N.B. Separate farm* mual be filled In and forwarded
tn reaped of eaeh subject which the applicant wtahrs
to take, but theae forma shonld be forwarded together
In a single envelope AprlitanU should mention whether
lhe> wish to take each aub)ecl a| Ordinary or Advanced
level.
Tha exact eanplUnre with theae requlremcnU ia
regarded aa a preliminary Vest, aa*! laUara In thla
matter may prejudice the adaaa-aian af aapHcavah*.
If) Students wtal pay a raw of |!> ihi in gdvanre
ei.(h term Thir. fee will be tha same, however manv
of the subjects offered the ntudenl chooses to lake 80c;
or tha fee will be refunded at the and af the year'' |
scission to nil students who have, in the opinion of th
Principal, the Dean and the Lecturers, worked satisfac-
torily and attended resgularly and punctually SUui.ru
fees will be paid on tha day of registration, i.e. at the
llrst lecture on the Ural day of each term Failure to
pay fees at the lime stated may lead to the exclusion
Of the student.
(g) Students will be required to uppu their own
it-tioivery and text rxioks as required by the Leetureri.
(bj Miould Ihe attendance at any class consistently
fall below a standard to bo cletermine.t by Ihe Principal,
the class concerned may be closed down. (/Insure will
not affect the n-rund of fee* to sludenla whoae work,
attendance, and -induct have been latisfactorv
(3) COMMERCIAL The pn-Min. Hrst year cla--M-, in Slhurlhantl
Typing and Book-kei-iiiiii will continue u asaaufttl .a*tp aaasses
A very limited number of -pinlilled new stuareiuj may be admitted
retlon of the Dcjii of Commercial Studies
Beginners' clasaes In the same subject, will be ..ammeiicr-d
'" '......"3 lBSI Students mgy take airthiwa si.bje.ts. fcit (hog,-
who take Shorthand will fce expected to take Typing, and
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Corner of Broa .,nd Tudor I
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There will be an optional class m English, for Commerce BUnlem.
which will be opened lo bot.i first and second yeaw students >r n ,
other classes.
<) The clasaes will be held at the Combernu-rr School (by
permission of the (iovenipig Hody I
Typing raspactlvely will i-- Klveaj on two jifwrTUaviis per wssk
each grada. One lecture a week ol one hour will -" "
Book-keeping in each gisde. Two English CL
for one hour each per week A year's trasiuR will be d
into three terms, coinciding with the Elementary School terms.
(c) As a guarantee that Ihe minimum oduealionsl standor i
lor admission has been reached each applicant imiat supply cer
Tif.cate from the Head of a stahool stating that the school court'
up to tha age of It has been ulistavtortly ujnipla>U*U PrglawsMii<
for admission will in general be governed b> the standard of
.ittainment in English, as determined by a test
(di Trie provisions as listed (c), (f). and lh) under
Ml Certificate of BViiuatlon apply to thoae entering the
Cuinnierclal classes.
.jilicants must objpBlB from the oflloe of the Ihipartmcnt
of Education application forme, which must be Ailed in and for-
wardad to the Dean of Commercial Studies, the Barbailo* Fvniin
Institute, at the ofnc 6i thi '"'partment not later thsn Thursday,
30th Novonibar
N.B. Separate forma must be tilled la and torwaraayg la reaped
W each aubject which Use applicant wtasrs. to Uke. bat thane
formal ahould be forwarded) tatretber in a single eavelopc
Tha esaet tcimallanre v-lth Iheae requirement* lo regarded
aa a iHYllmlnarv teat, and failure In Ibis matter mv frejudlre
the adntlaalon of applicants.
4) TECHNICAL. The prenent Orat and second yaar classes in In-
ternal Combustion Engineering and Electricity will continue aa
sfacond and third year clasaes respactively There will be no new
classes in these subjerta l-erore 8trf*tember. IMI, but a limited
number of new student* may be permitted to join the present
clasaea, if fully qualified u> do so, at the dicrertlon of the Dean of
Technical Studies. Applicants must obtain forma from the Other*
of the Department of Education, Which must be filled in and
forwarded to the Dean of TatTaWlspl Studies, parbados Evening
Institute, al the Offlea of lh,. r>epartrnent not later than Thursday.
3ftth Novembaw
N.B. No apptlcationa eao be M*lertainrd escept f>a*a thoae with
the fallowlns qauillflralien*: fit Bd*wall*-tu,l atuUnmenla un to
Srhoot Certificate Standard ill) AllemativHy U (I), practical
viorkahop esperlenre plus a geed eleanenlary sebeel record ap
lt> the age- of 14. enaleraed by the as-rllrasl'- fonarr lleaal or
other Henlor Teacher. (Ill rtesH-,*>! practical end ttieeretteal
knewledir wf the tubject In which Inetruetlen la aoaight In Jtistlfv
entry late a second or third year rfasa.
The provisions as listed *ei. (I), (g) and tn> under General
'iciete of Educa'ion -i;ply to tlv-se enterlnar the Technical
Classwa.
(r,i COt'MTRV (l.AHSEH ci.'Seea for men and women will be also
held in the country at the following < -
St John's Mixed School, it
ML Tabor School. St. John.
SpeigMstown Boy't School. St. Peter;
St. Jude'j Boys' School. St George;
S- Augvstine'd Boys' School. St. George
Holy Trinity Boys' ch*vl. Rt. Philip
Prospective pupils may ontaln f-rticulf- frorr, the Sv-pervasor
of the Centre in which they are interested
Department of Education,
11th November. IBM
1911
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I M l\in (HRMI kN
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lanilie eienWe. OreaMn. Tab!,..
*"" Fra'nea. W *h*..i.l. Niahl
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lead.. Red. Cradle.
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HEAL ESTATE
JOHN
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FOR SALE
BPEIUHTSTOWS
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How The M.C.C. Won
Their First Big Match
A 7- Wicket Victory
(From Our l-ondnn Correspondenl)
LONDON.
A sporlinfl declarator by Phil Hidings captaining South
Australia enabled the MCC to win their find big match of
ihc tour by seven wickets at Adelaide. A hurricane dis-
play of hitting by Simpson and Evans, reminiscent of that
l>y Weekes and Marshall for the West Indies against
Leicestershire this summer was chiefly responsible for the
MCC scoring ihe necessary 186 runs for victory in only Kt
minutes -20 minutes before stumps were drawn.
m maWi taw mcc had
to win South Austriihii are roii-
Mdervtl the weakest of the Aua-
trallan state learnt and the MCC
mork would have fallen oonatdai
ably hud they not mjnagfri to get
the better of their opponents.
Captaining the MCC team F ft
Brown derided to riw South
Australia first knock after win-
ning the toss. He apparently
gambled on the fact that there
had been henvy rain sarttaf
ib* wsjtk and that the *.ickot
might have sweated under iU
rover-. Bui oevei did H appear to
> diiirii;" anylhUUL and st th<
close of play South Australia
-.tin than with a
board showing 245 for S. Thr MCC
MM -idly laffcjm in hos-
tility Early in the day Bailey
.-ml Wan ''i'Ii the new ball had
the opening batsmen scratching
and scraping but after Close had
caught McLean in Baileys first
over, success was strictly limited
llaminence
Qnatatl part La tin- MCC's dls-
(mflturc wai played i no
Hammence who loured England
with Ihe 1MB Australian lean:
without plaving In .* test
although he has played in one in
Australia Playing sreful. cor-
rect crick t. ha was undefeaU* .11 the close of play with 84 and
took pan in substantial partner-
ship*; with Hole and Hidings
Berry, the little I^washlrc
left-hander, kept the batsmen
googly and leg spinner, upon
whom the MCC are pinning
many hopes, had difficulty
rinding a length Even o he
claimed two of the rive wricketi
that fell during the clay fOC
RCKuming on Ihe second day.
Kammenre. in what he ha<
announced i^ his last first-clas"
cricket appearance, completed a
yi-iv valuable eatnun out of
South Australian total of 350.
But meritorious though thb*
performame was. It was com-
pletely overshadowed by a typi-
cal Innings from Lcn Hutton. whi
at trie close of play had made 8H
out of an MCC repU <>f 133 foi
.me wic-ki t
ien and apart from Ihe century
lakers, the only one who distin-
gulafMd himself was perky wicket-
keeper Godfrey Evans, who came
to the rescue with a ehuracter-
istlc 38 West Indians will no
loubt recaU with a shudder
nut her of Evans' rescuing acU
performed so ably in the first
Test match at Old Trafford earliei
this seaaon. It is Indeed a curi-
osity that Evans only ever seem"
.o make runs when others fall
, sinking tribute to his courage
inri ability.
After Hullon s departure at 1M.
wickets fell rapidly. Close, Dewes
(alley and Brown all going in
iiiick sueeessdon. Meanwhile
Simpson who had occupied just
under five hours at the wicket
lad reached his century In which
ie had given two chances. Shortly
afterwards he was out to a roag-
nffleefri return catch by Noblet
flcr batting five hours for 11*\
Warr presenting the stralghtesi
' straight bats to long-hops, full
osets and good length balls aliki
tayed forty minutes for four runs
while Evans hit out. Their part-
iership added 41 valuable runs
hi with the total at 340 and th<
MCC still ten runs behind, both
.-ere out.
Declaration
Bbaklly. Wright and Berry tai-
led the MCC's total past South
.iifttraMa's score the 851st
nelng cheekily taken while
ow. decision was being asked
mi .igalnst Berry. Brown lmmedl-
.:<)> declared and in the final 40
niuutes -South Australia added
^0 runs without loss.
Both sides having occupied a
lay and a half over their firs*
jiniiigs, there seemed little hope
i i .i definite result being obtained
him play began on the fourth
and ilnal morning. Nor did the
late at which South Australia
' .illcctcd their runs augur well
I i | (I.-.IMVC hnlsh
The
N. South Wales
M.C.C. Match
Ends In Draw
SVI>NEY. NOW 14
Nev. South Wal Jd the
M.C.C. drew their cricket match
here to-day, rain stopping play 75
minutes short of stump drawing
____t. With their first iiunngs lead
of 170, the New South Wales team
ontinued their second innings mil
norning from the overnight 11
.uns for no wiekel and reached
140 for two before declaring
There had i*en an opening
tand of W between Moroney and
Burke, and Burke was not out 00
hen the innings was closed The
M.C.C had about two and three
quarter hours in which to score
Sll runs if "ley were to win. and
though they went for the runs
from the start, rain was always
threatening and eventually caused
halt after 90 minutes batting
that time 143 runs weie scored
for the loss of 2 wickets. Wash-
ik being not out 53.
ic final score board reads New
South Wales 509 for 3 declared
and 140 for 2 declared. M.C.C 339
nd 143 for 2; rain slopped play.
The Scores:
SIW *OI'TS) WALBS-t.* lo.lmf.
loron'y H!tlv> b Complon W
English Players May
Become A Joke
(From Our Owa Correspondent)
SYDNEY, Nov. 14.
A DEFEATIST and lackadaisical England cricket team
is 'hreatening to become a joke in Australia. The MCC may
make a recovery today and save LmmMlvta from defeat
purely because of the lack of nine But already they have
virtually been well trounced by a New South Wales side
which does not rale alongside the more illustrious teams
mi ihe past.
1 earn them all the mounting
roa took iMitrftAJtca
-HI ft Mil.
Most of the aompanying cor-
it-spondents have been tolerant
during the month Ihe side have
!i.." been in Australia Wishful
thinking was given a general
chance to cloud the one-sided
betting prospects of the Tests But
hen A-istralians have
pissed from the stage of patron-
ising confidence to ingenuous
lympatny, it is nme for plain
speaking.
Australians are saying feelingly
genuinely wish you could
Test because it
interest in the
M -
I balk Si
for S whU 4.fM I
u i-aii *-*
TN lurk* b John-Ion
t out
ibl: Ib 1: nb. I-
Ttal ilor 1 wku i
I mi ,n. 1 -M. i-n
nowt.tNn ANALYSIS
just one
would revive
l
That i- the
now being put
But when you get Australia
ftnuinely wanting you to win
est Match
widely held view
gather that
c i lander*
fir
abuse the Sydney hilliic
producing. With thi
Test at Brisbane only three
'ay It is time I say. as a former
physical training specialist whi
has had to manage -.wo olympi"
teams, for a complete Q\
mental one
attitude to the game.
The manager. Brigadier Oman
says now that the warm weather
has returned ht. will give the team
ii.ll tablets successfully g ven to
the side In South Africa t re-
place body sal-s lost throug
in 'hf. sum. More im-
I' rLint is some mystery pill m
tivyehonalytical treatment to
"make batsmen and fielders con-
lentrate surnclently to keep their
aye on the ball and keep on
lighting " FRAf/K HOSTRON
A Feature
A Stature of the mo
the fine understanding lielwecii
Brown and Evans which resulted
in the dismissal of Ihree South
Australian batsmen Including
Hnmmcnce. Brown successfully
Iiirr-1 his victims down the wicket
and in a flash Evans had thr balls
off. before tbay could recover ttstti
ground Altogether Evans who
kept magnificently, claimed five
Wtcketl and during the South
Australian innings did nol allow
ana bye
The MCC pace bowlers, Warr
:>nd Bailey, were again unsuccess-
ful and it was rather Interesting
to note that out of 38 overs sent
down between them (Warr 20)
only Bailey managed to achleve
the distinction of bowling
maidenand that was only one
On the credit side the MCC
Aelded extremely well Both
Brown and Wright turned the
ball considerably and worried all
-he latai batsman,
England's. ">M tan" Hutton
anil Washlno.*. both playing their
first innings in Australia this
tour, lasted only 25 minute*. Then
Washbn->k afler making one nleS
boundary stroke on Nnhu-t tiM>k
a ball on nil pads once too often
nnd uns lb to Ilieni (fast-
...edium)
Hutton addressed i iniM-lf in.
nortially 1< McLean sending down
fastish leg-breaks from his six
feet four inches and Bowley. fast
medium There were fun
Mraight and square-cut c
McLean and I straight-drive c
Itowlcv. He never seemed in the
Might eat dilfnulty and with Simp-
son plodding surely out
the other end, the MCC total
mounted steadily
Disaster
Disaster followed on the third
day. Despite centuries by Hutton
(126) and Simpson (119) the
MCC Just managed to scrape
first innings lead of one run.
eleven being precariously accu-
mulated by ihe last pair Wright
and Berrv
It was altogether an inglorious
performance by ihe MCC hats-
MCC ......!.!> too uid not
i npcHr capable of striking the
necessary blows to bring about
a finish and at the tea interval
Ahen Hidings declared with his
m-otc at 185 for three wickets.
Wright who had taken nought for
ing was ,33 had appeared the best of th
'unch.
Hidings' declaration left the
MCC 105 minutes to make 185
uns for victory.
In ns thrilfmc an exhibition of
idling as has been seen at Ade-
If for many years the runs
a ere made with 20 minutes to
'pare amid tremendous applause
ram MtaMna; Australians.
Hutton was out with only three
cored but Washbrook and Slmp-
un clapped on 1SI in 55 minutes.
They were out within five mm-
ites of each other out then Brown
uid Evans took up the hurricane
iHttni
Evans, loving every minute of
it finished the match by slam-
ning to the boundary five of the
list six balls of the last over from
siow left-hander Wilsonthe
.i i tout BlWHiltlltai >>eing off
ousccuttve balls.
Evans and his captain put on
he last 48 runs in 17 minutes and
ihe MCC won by seven wickets
i match which until then had
biought them little credit.
Yacht Club
fennis Results
RESULTS of the Tennis Tour-
nament which began at the Royal
Barbados Yacht Club yesterday
afternoon are as follows .
MEN'S SINGLES
Peter Patterson defeated E. T.
Eades-60. 82.
Denis Atkinson defeated W H
I Stephens 80. 60.
Geoffrey Manning defeated V.
Hutaon 83. 81.
S. P. Bdghill defeated J. H. C
Edghill 63. 3 -8. 81
F D Barnes defeated C. OJ*.
Skinnei 81. 81
H. A Cuke. Jnr. defeated B. E
Rolfe 82, 75
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES
MEN'S SINGLES
Dr D. C Klevan v. D. E.
Worme
J D Trlmmingham v. A H.
Pratt.
M. DeVerteuil v. T. A. Gittens
LADIES SINGLES
Mrs A A. Gibbons v Miss M.
King
Mrs. 1). C. Klevan v. Miss P.
King.
Miss P Wilson v. Miss L
Branch
Play begins at 4.15 p.m
England team
prettv pathetic.
Last Year
Last year while touring South
Africa with the Australians 1 was
forced to make a brutal diagnosis
ihjl the Springboks were trying
to play Teal Matches with only
four real Test stars in their
national side. On yesterday's
showing I cannot go much fur-
tler about the present M.C.C.
Ida. We have only six real Test
players. Cornptun, Washtrook.
Hutton. Evans. Bcdser and Wright.
A couple of those have their abili-
los lessened by a combination of
ndlvldual complacent, igeneral
n-fi>;iti.irn and lack of training
'isclpltne that is no good example
tor younger members of u team
hat knew its dimcuii task rrasn
the atari
You can accept and forgive the
lack of technical ability when it
omes to bowling, at which the
team was notoriously weak, or
even batting.
But this side's elementary bat-
rg blunders, slovenly fielding.
ck of anticipation and concen-
tration and butter-fingered
catching (culminating in another
missed catch by Close in Ihe last
minute yesterday) are beginning
to exhaust the paUsnes of the
friendliest well-wishers
laMft
This lack of concent rat ion
pread yesterday to the liatUng
in a wicket thai wan still offer-
ing gifts of sugar candy.
Nobody Wants to kick a team
when It's down or manifestly on
its way there but | think the
M.C.Cs general defeatism and
slapdash lack of concentration
ORIENTAL
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MIAMI. Florida. Nuv M
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Duvis weighed 152 pounds and
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Britain's future Ambassador to
Spain. It was officially announ-
ced yesterday in the House of
Commons that following the with-
drawal of the United Nations ban.
Britain will In due course sand an
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The Weather
TO-DAY
sun Rises: ft-ftl a.m.
Sun Seta: 5 14 P m
Moon (First Quarter) No-
vember If.
I.irhtlng: K 00 g.m.
Hlch Hater: SI am,
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YESTERDAY
Stalnfsll (CodrliurleeO t7
In.
Total for month to ycalerday
1 8 laa.
Temperature (Max.) 14.0 *F
Temperature (Mln ) 11.S 'I
Wind Dlreoilon (9 a.m.)
E S E (1 .m > E N.E.
viinrf Velocity: IZ miles per
hour
Barometer < a.m. I 2" MS
tJ p.m.) M 111
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The Foltee Band plays
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