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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ltV .• Cricket Rvnurm>& To-day •lay nt the sixth series i>l First jnd Intermediate Division cricket tame* %  titUM lo-duv ninth series of Secorm Division Unw begins to-Oa> Koiii-wing sire the textures I 11 .1 I I1M-1..S. SM'OND DAY IVkwirk v* SJMIMHII H l ihl Ova] Police vs Lortsr t gi-T' Part. CarllOfi vs. Empire ;it CaiMon Wanderers vs. Combermere at th" Bay Intermediate BKCOND DAT Emi>iri..l WindV M. PC vs. Wander Heckle* Road. WndwaJ Cahlr W i %  vs. Spartan al Boarded Hall. vs Pickwick iii Black Rock. Second Division FIRMT DAV ('iimbermere vs. I Award % %  Co.nbci*mere Empire vs Pickwick at Ban Hall. CoUeite vs Police I.I College Central vs. Y. M. P C Vaucluae. Foundation vs Regiment ;i Poundallon. Lodge vs Car I ton at I.odge RAJA'S XI HIT 235 FOR 7 POONA. Nov. 17. A third wicket parti.. I Sbi] m between Madhu Hcge an Ranga Sohoni helped Ihe Ilaja Jath's Eleven to build up a co of 235 for seven against ih Commonwealth Cricket Team today after they had lost two che. wkkati Rene, a vouni opener who hai played for India, batted stesdtl after Bruce Dooland and Sonnj Ramadhin had each taken wicket in their first over He went on to score 67. Sohoni who made 62 was also In another stand with Vijaj Harare, which realised 62 for Oit fourth wtckev Harare was unbeaten at the close with 59 We? Indian Worrell who dlsmlssc Sohoni leg before took two more wickets before the close and had figure* of 3 for 22 at the end o* the day Ramadhin's one wicke" to-day cost him 26 runs. —Revtrr Clyde Malcoti Hats Arrive WALCOTT. Barbados aa >• %  I Well kimuo Artistes f-untrihulins Silver rol.ect.on at doors. 2 Till: BARBADOS WATER POLO TEAM for the FTM Ve-t mstcb v> Trinidad: Btaoding O Foster. dutit wing). K. In.r. (centre forward). D BannlsUr. (Irlt win*). Squatting. O. MacLsan. (loft back), B. Patter-on. (Cspt.. centre bsck). T. Yesrwood. {riant back) Bitting. P. Fostar (goal) Vienna Beats Brazil In Soccer Match VIENNA. Nov 18 The Rapid Club of Vienna beat the hi-/.lii i team AtJattt'c Mincro by three gcaH to Btre i! soccer match here till noon after leading two goals to .IMI ..t hall time. The first half was orUJWll football and a fait and open gamwhich kept 50.000 special ^ excited throughout but the secon 1 h..lf was d I sappo Inline Reutrr What's On Today First state Trumpetrr CU|> Shout al tiovernmeni Kltle Kanae 6.30 am. The Hotwlni Board meets In the i ouinil Chamber at 10.36 am. Kritksh Council and Association of Cultural Soeielirstate day School at Qseen's Cotlecr Ineludln* rehearsml of part of Bernard Slutw'a Play. "The Devils IMsclpIr" First Dlvlaloa. intermedUtr and Second Division %  aroea at various ground*, —l p.m. Caw A Gate Baby competition at Hasting* Roea* a f>.m. The Potlee Band will be In attendance. Officer*' Dinner. Drill Hall— The Weather TO-DAY Sun Rises: 5.35 a.m. Sun SeU: 3.34 p.m Moon (Full* November II l.ilhtim: 6.00 p.m. llii-Ji Water 12.11 p.m. YESTERDAY Rainfall (CodrlMtdn) t" Total for Month to yesterday 2.62 tna. Temperature (Max) M.t "F Temperature (Mln) 73.0 Wind Direction ( a.m.' E.H.F. (3 p-m. S-B-l Barbados Water Polo Team THE Trinidad Wider Polo Team winch arrives here on November 23rd are going to have a lough time against the local team which was selected on Thursday Who's Who Cnptained by "Boo" Patterson who has over eight years of Water Polo expenriHv behind him, the • i ltd for the First Tast Is 'I'ftuinly .i strong one. Patterson lined up this season at centre back 'or Honitas. and he will be ploying in that position agJuEBtl Trloltad. A player with considerable -nergy ne can "swim 'through" md clear to his forwards well, has two able defenders In the baek UM to help him. Tim Yearwaod at right back and George Martian at left back Ycarwood plays centra back for Flfring Fish: Il a hard obstacle to any forward. MacLean who captains Snappers, this year's league winners, hi steady can clear the ball with cither hand and when called upon to swim through can score accurately Paul Foster, who keeps goal for Firing Fish is in good form, anil.!pates and lathers the ball well. He it followed cloaelv in this depel buettl by his brother Maurice %  Ad the Swordllsh cuMmlinn Albert WeatherheaH. Sharp s I um ie rs In ihe torward line lh*re are three sharp shooters Ift hander Kenneth Inre is perhaps the mnsl dangerous. He has n habit of backing the o;il when shooting Which nukes it hard for Ihe goalkeeper to anticipate. Many goals are expected from him when the Tiuiidndians arrive. Delbert Bannister known in Trinidad al "the goal scoring marhine" is another poueiful shooter. Trinidad will Dm '<> put their best back to murk him if they hope to prevent him from scoring. He topped this, MMOn'i RO,il LIV.-I ;,&!•* ..ii.l i.it priM-iil slioolniK well. C.eoffrey Foster Ihe other forward specialscs in the back hand shot, which runs think he should not us*, as its foi*ehand shots are more accurate. besides these seven the Barbados Water Polo Association has four or live other players alao in tip top condition which they can use if necessary for the olhei Tent matches. Playing under floodlight conditions will however be strange to both learns, but the local team peets to have one or wo practice matches by floodlight l>ef tin Thnidadian* arrive. $300,000 Won On French Sweep PARIS. Who hit the jackpot of ulmoot $30U.00U in the Freiu i l takes this month? %  knows for %ure, but thiispeeted winner, a cafe proprietor in a little village some sixt; les from Paris. Monsieur Rousseau, is keeping the whole village izzllng with fantastic rumour?. rid plenty of newspapers in IraV.* Mispen.*e Monsieur RC4JsssMkU wraps him%  If up in mystery and ambiguous remarks. Tauntingly he reBBBti Nheuevei soiiiebodj trsl to make him commit himself "Sure, sure, I won the 104 million francs—I always do. 1 nad an aunt who lived to be KM years old. see ?" The baslh for .he rumours is a •oBM in Ihe village post office on '>. the day the newspapers carried the winning bers of the sweepstake Monsieur Rousseau was scrutinizing the list when he suddenly jumped up. "Did you win something'' 1 a*ked .. fmml 'No. I did hotter than 'something'." was the answer. Tna ntxl day, Rousseau shoved I.Is family into n car and drove Off to Paria. When he come back, he brought with him .i television ML Thai, to UM awed villagers, was al spectacular a symbol of wealth a uny. But what his wallet contained, nobody ItlMW M o B BiBUr RousseauN tflgCtM lg especially trying for two women in the village. They ore his wife. fiom whom he was gOpgraUd ftv* >cars ago. and his mlatnw, i V/hom he alreadx h.if. i,r ,-hil • lln .|Vi>kM of UM French National Lotlery and proved lunv.it tinner of the big priie. After qutetlv pocketing the money. i [eared as anonymoin.lv as he had cntcre0 from 3 to 7 P.M. Under the distinguished pnlronao.„f Hit Excrllvnc U Bat Governor and Mn. .Vai-apc There will bn the UMIQ! inleresUng ST A LI-S -TOYS. CHRISTMAS GIFTS, NOVELTIES. NEEDLEWORK PLANTS. FI/iWKHS, VEGETABLES, SWEETS. CAKES and tho COOK-SHOP stALL. TEAS and ICES LUCKY DIPS and GAMES OF CHANCE and a well-stocked BAR. The Palice Band under Captair Rai .on will b In attendance Jn Aid of THE OLD LADIES' HOME. PsflMS liefp a very desereinp C'harifu. A dram ion ADULTB l/. CHILDREN NUBSF.8 — 0d. Ilammrtrr 13 p.m.I i') in i %  '." %  t7*Sl U.S. Will Bridge Championship TUCKERS TOWN. Nov 17 The United States early to-day von a HUM %  orngrad woi Ed brldf championship against Europe urn Itiitain The United States finished with a lead of 4,720 over Europe and 3.680 over Britain after playing M4 hands in duplicate against each side The contest began last Monday. In a last minute effort vcsterda> afternoon. Britain decreased America's lead from 4,060 to 1.040 in seven hands but the Americnn team hntahed strongly, inereasma their lead again. The Icelandic pair played with great steadmc-s m suit, of the fasf Ibtd than nu aimut 2f'0 players in Iceland.-Keuter. I The Pleasure of scr\'lng; you is ours I The Pleasure of dining; on our Foods is yours! THE CHINA DOLL RESTAURANT NO. ',. 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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 18. IW BARBAlX>S ADVOCATE PACK THREE Cotton Industry Is Great Help • f" pair I B| In Montscrrat. I have lelt thai there la one aikd I think > have found It in the Report of lhe Firth Ordinary Cfncra! Meeting of the Association Barb'.ao. Pra^iictiofi I have studied with sonic enre and I find that the tlgorea for Bar. bados quoted in this rap I total lint produced ui the year. lMS-4*-7 ahowed ll. lb. and the next column five* figures Of clean hnl at 11,87s lbs. one lb more. Now Barbados i* ns-an to ere-tiruc records and not only an you ace do we get the last uunce out of production, but an extra pound. I have no doubt, many of you think I come to Barbados to sec how It la done. This printer s error does give the point want to say to you. I have llttl knowledge o( cotton. In Northern Rhodesia 1" had %  passing; qualntance with It. but T ie arttt) sea i.-ljnd OOttOO. does aeem to mc that the point in the prfaltt [BBS, that it Is up to the Association and the local associations to jjet tlie highest productivity or yirl | of planting, soil conservation, fertility and preparation of the crop for market. Reading these report* as I ha 1 done, I do feel that I should, and you should pay tribute work of your Advisory Committee and the Negotiating Committee In London. What test could I apply as a layman' It is the test of the consumer, who last year London heard so much about Sea Island Cotton and who endeavoured to buy articles made of sea Island cotton only to be told that there were all sent to the dollar area That Is the point Advertise me nl Your Industry idoing„ thing in providing collars. Another thing is tint it appears to me that your advertising in Great Britain was absolutely lir-i das* uiid It may be that you have in a way given the lead lo other industries, not merely to try lo sell their production and then forget it. but to advertise it so that there iv a constant demand. If this work In London Is so efficient as I believe it It, then I put it to you that it is up to you here in ttMM Islands producing cotton, to see that the highest standard Is i cached. I thank you very much for asking me to thifc meet inn und I hope you will have success in your deliberations. Mr. Atlnutt said : It is my privilege *o express on behalf of the West Indian Sea Island Cotton Association, our gratitude to the Governor for coming here to-day and opening the session of our %  I'l'.ln-i Maoc4a> ild never be fully effecmd tions The action of the Governor in coming here and the words he has spoken, is quite obvious that he bag taken great pains lo investigate the workings of the Association and that action shows me and ail of you that we do have that goodwill of Government whaSB so essential to us. Thai w ill Mimitlate us as an association to render the fullest possible cooperation to-Governments wheifc%  Vaf it is possible in all matter* pei turning to the industry. We Baaak >ou wholeheartedly for comlng to this meeting and greeting us with such cordial words of welcome and with such sound adlf I may say one word to our Other guest* on behalf of the AsMHi.it ion w,are extremely pleased to see you all here. Your presen c e is an indication of the interest that you take In the welfare of the Association and we are very grateful to you for showing that Interest. I hope that you will find the next part of our opening session as inloi m:iti\e M you can hope. i am now going to ask Mr Warneford to address you. Mr. Warneford was for many years, head of the Antigua Agricultural Department. After retiring from that position, he has been personally interested both in the growing and ginning of cotton. He has served for many years as Honorary Secretary of the Antigua Cotton Growers' Association and later served as Chairman, a position which he still holds. He is also a Director of the parent Association and in one way or another, he has had more opporhlfirlial than most people to get Mist hand knowledge of the cotton industry. I can assure you thai he has not neglected those opportunities and it is therefore with very gre-it pleasure thai I call on him to address you. Director s Speech Mr Wnmotorasaid: First I wish to thank the Barhados Cotton Orowers Associate n for the honour they have paid mc ,n Inviting me to address this meeting. iast. opening addresses, apart from sueti words of welcome as we have to-day heard no Ml Excellency the Governor. have been made by scientist* arho really have known great deal about cotton. It Is only too obvious to me that I cannot adequately follow m their footsteps A friend suggested to mc. when I remarked thai I did not know what to say. that I should read ill the addresses mad* in the past, quete one paragraph from one another from another and so on. I have not followed this advice outte literally but I have carefully r Annual General Meeting and for' reed the past reports of the West welcoming us to Barbados. People who ought to know, told me that in these difficult limes, a Governor's life is an extremely busy one. Of course, as the Governor had pointed out, Barbados is quite unique. There is only one Barbados and no other place like It and no other people like Barbadians Perhaps, in other respects, it is different from other places, that is to say. in regard to the life its Governor leads, and I cannot believe that he leads a life of ease. as I am sure that at this very moment, there are a score of weighty matters for his attention which cannot be lightly set on one side. Nevertheless, he has found fit to set on one side, the problems of Barbados for n moment to do us honour by coming here and welcoming us at this opening session. Compliment I take this as a very high compliment lo the Association and I Ixslicvc that It is an indication that the Governor's administration regarding the work of this Association is being of real Importance and deserving of encouragement. Without the goodwill of Government themselves, the parent assoIndiau Sea Island Cotton A nd I have compiled a brief history of the cotton industry In iiuls since the formation of the Association with an account of the mnin activities of tho Association. The Industry started passing through difficult times shortly after the en.1 of thefirst World War In 1928 and again in 1031 there were meetings in London to the problem of the disposal of accumulated ftockl held ID Liverpool, consumption having fallen owing to the depression and the consequent falling oft In demand for luxur> articles and the competition of artificial silk and other growths of cotton. As an outcome of these meetings a Conference of Sea Island Cotton Growers was held in liarbados in IBM. Its main recommendation* were: 1 Restriction of production until the existing stocks were disposed of. 2. Appointment of an officer ui the U.K. to further thr use of Sea island cotton 3 Formation of a W.IS.I.C A. —a proposal first mooted by Mr. Twyman in 130. -nation was formed 19.11 and BraaaaaM to allocate .not** to ] Ihc various islands and to arrant. I Committee m the !_".K. to slinui' late sates and generally to further | Hal interests of the pred. As a whole the islands adhered j duct ion of output, and i • Mkkh had averaged I.6M.0OO lbs for the period 1923-1931 fell to an Lveragi of ?B7.(W0 lbs during .ho period J9S2-IM4 The Advisory O mmtltee. mean*hile. became actively engaged in a a*#arcr> (of new use* for Baa Island co*.tot, and in protection <<1 the kndustr). through the issuing and controlling of a registered Trade Mark for goods • lured from genuine Se cotton. The i>olicy of restrict > put togelhn .ill. that new outlets was so luce by the end of 1934 unold stock* which had amounted ta Z,1UJMK) lbs. In IB32 had been reduced t" •77.1*10 lbs and it was considered safe to allow an increase in production. This howev.-i un*. not unrestricted And the Associa.'.iiiued to udvi i %  M as to thr annual production in Hi years, until bulk pwrcsM Mini-try of Supply was started during the war. Used In Lace The work of the Advisory Committee in connection with new uses for Sea Island cotton is of interest Prior to the IflU-lB • Island cotton had bten used largely in the manufacture of lace After the war apart from tho general decliiuin the demand rot luxury gocdi. fashion rhangro >d lace was no longer popular but by 1936 our cotton was being acid for the following new uses as Indicated by appllcatlcn* for the Trade Mark Hoslerv. shirts, handkerchiefs, raincoala and pyjamas The Advisory Committee also mads u %  gg—ti m wttti ihs Wool Industries Research Assocla'ion to jut extended researches on the possibility of mlxinj, Sen Island cotton with wool fa a new type of yarn. This work appeored to be ol great proSBlSS and B) the report of the Adviserv Committee for the year ended September 3i'th. 1930 we reid "The mixed yarn produced from ftOT chlorinated wool and 3eeii completed and fabrics made of wool and Be* island cotton have arm. i .udenible Interest The mix'uro yarn of chlorinated wool and 8c J Maud cotton haa given satisfartury results In fine counts. Unfortunately It has not yet been possible to make substantud progress with (ne commercial djtvol opment of this mixed yarn. The chlorinated process of the Wool Industries Research Association vet been released—the worsted spinners have busy on established lines to lake up new ones and few of them a) equipped to deal with m One or two Arms, however have eventually taken up the spinning of this yarn and are hopeful that they will be able to %  trade in it. Development Held Up Unfortunately commercial de-1 velupmcnt of this new product I was thereafter held up. possibly | owing to the reluctance of the worsted spinners to lake up new lines of manufacture. The Advisj ory Committee, however, ued to hope that it would eventually lind a market, but with the [ outbreak of war In 1939 this wo had to be abandoned HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay Lr*aj AI.Itrnr% II W.".-, Yjrh r^ mai V" %  II, \i .. MV nii>. SM laj i-... i ii Mil atSS C O TruiHn 111! !„,.. rat. C*a4. Harbert for M I %  asaa iwt. Cap*. Sea well afsan \i n. n w i \ i ' %  Trl>ta>— Oennaln Qiv VioU Odlr. V l^llapa*' rwic !.. %  ..,-. (i. p %  r s asji i"iiia i r • • %  i"nn* Fran M.I, ( %  M %  rr.m SI K. f*r4 He.iviil^, VlKgl' m Siitunan' %  %  % %  m SI I...U— Mi Urn* pnl|ii rn S.Kl.,.,SUcail n. i wollna fto li g aa rt sais Itl'PtKTt III 1— *, V 1 I t •! Illl.i 1.4 Edwird UP rrrlla*. Moll' C.miaHto (Tiri-tir %  c n %  ne I..-...oa %  I*Lathennr Canw^ho, Alhuf Uni Itivin Moor*. 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PACE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1*M MRlttDOS ..— i — AlMMTE ••.'.*. <:. Extending The Life Ok I lir lions*Saturday. November IK. I95M FLOOD W \ i I II IN THE correspondence columns <>i tins newspaper yesterday, a resident of a suburban district complained of the inconvenience suffered because of the flood waters. This inconvenience does not obtain in Goodland district alone; there are several places where the same complaint might be made. The Department of Highways and Transport has done some fine work and deserves the commendalinn of the public Several roads have been resurfaced and others drained and now the Department has turned ils attention to the removal of unnecessary and dangerous bends and blind corners. There is still much work to be done. It is not only in the outlying parts of the parish that there is need for proper drainage. In Broad Street, the centre of the road was raised several inches higher many years ago without icgard to what might happen tu the buildings on the southern side of the street. For some time now. complaint has been made of the post in a gutter in Marion's Alley. It blocks the water at the point where it enters from Broad Street and floods the Advocate Stationery whenever there is a heavy rainfall. This is only one of such instances. It might be that the year's programme of work did not at the time include these small projects but they could be done effectively as incidentals and if taken one after another would not necessarily Intel fere with the general programme,. It is not only major works which justify the huge expenditure of the Department. Those of lesser importance are usually those which, like the case complained of in the letter yesterduy. would save great inconvVjHnience to many people who have no means of making themselves heard and of whose complaints little notice miht be taken. It is no disparagement of the work oJ the Department to say that these projects are sadly needed. Everything cannot be done at the same time but it is necessary that the Department prepare a comprehensive plan not forgetting the minor projects which must be done. By SAGGITTAMUS An unsuspecting learn wit* u. the treasure of c an of Labour Government to seek further ix legislative srs ?„ is... V:: -•— ^„— -, ,„.„..., „,.,„.,„,.,.*,., lor a two-year period and would £,_ IT_2Lrt!< .STuniiTiJL Ar*olule poa-er and m ordeilv public will •• equal only .MW.lSf.Kl ,, y yoled f<>r ^ Adull itir present ijulfrKBill, and it Is recorded i the debates that if theU-gis;ra> their trust as represenuit r oi the people. The fundamental problem the Barbados Labuur Party the -Ufflculty Of establishing lative Council should attempi to *u\brtum between %  bsohile Dill Uiey would be !*> %  *•*•T *"* c ... %  %  i %  • 111 rejec i ,.( %  btn Tins MJ Council would bo the on„:„~^„" At I, , -IIII.L tnr -, i important things, wells of the British Union <>, tion of a constant Hie oi -i.ticism It la not sufficient to tell the elecCompany without assuring themI on the actions of a collection of toralethat the time for preparselves of the adequacy of protee individuals into whose hands the Ing the Annual Estimates Is at *">•> tor the fas supply which wa reins of government ha.) fallen, hand These will be prepared "* guaranteed the private com miBht have given the %  -I presented even if no member* Pany, or ascerumii.g .he cost ot .hat I ** %  really an unromproof the Party appeam at the meet^'S !" "' wh !l ijjj ?y ".T.T 1 !; mising eiiem. i:.ti.er OiaB a s.-v.-nii gn when thev are done. They ^Jf'^V 1 ^"* rDU ri ,.^J rttk nrtth the InWreat of the might he able to clear themf^^ h .1 L V JZr r public at heart. I had hoped that *elvc of the ncru-ntion of play^ litv M ^ .discarding of tiom my criticisms they would ing for time though at the ex"?* bjassa enlleeted prolltable in.trut irn^e of ihe highc't indiscretion tion which would have taught What explanation beyond that them to reguiHte their conduct „[ u t n .eigciicy can be given to fj,",*,^' The* prolx-r t">'Tf" the comand submit their actions to lnc electorate lor extnvimg to pany wh ch fc ff tnat u h d boPI reason I llnd now that the Barttve ,„, a legulauve session an^ated nd (0 uld no longei bados l^hour Party has neither which was originally intended to carry out Its part of the bargain the firmness to avoid Flupid ac^ i wo ? What is the justificaUor. -' Bl ,mn „ h ___, n , Kn tions nor the delicacy of feeling ,„ r hoplng ual although nothing ^"J "gJL "^1 p *Jrt <*^ |c be ashamed of them. Had I has been done — '— ——t> OITH READERS SAY: mid be ll< _)nea of bllity than the advice of the import specialist Mr Lepper. grant prospectu es to two cor panles and then to take by leg>two years someu „ ,,,.,„ t i,. tf .-i ,I, VI been a member of that Party IB o.mg will be done In five? it L* w .„ 1U i K^ %  ,.. %  hiunSpe wh Would have been farther from ck a lhM lhc Barbados Labour ^"tho reason*^,? If my desire, having been elected i ur iy has conducted, the affairs. ^ havt n ve-year tag] I of two years, to exg ( th e s iand with shameful inMjoM lel tne b | U ^ oiutf t tend that time and then ask the u( lequacy. They have failed to come i nto 0 per..-.un iluring lb %  vmpaUtj of an already offended support or encourage industry; nwtt .easlon. If it is passed \c.ec;oratr to entertain my plea u, ey havo indulged in public exthe extension .t will be the dutv for yet another two years. penditure for which no tangible Q f the Legislative Council t My guuss is that having accumresult appears; they have Indulged frcjcfrl ,il arSd. fare the '*Sue plistteil nothing within the last in an orgy of tax levying which involved. That body ba> Ewe yean Ihe members of that las frightened capital away from the last few months, saved lbs Party with the unlimited power the island; they have failed to community much inconvenience they Mr*) BSMrctM in the Leglsprovide means of allowing every \\ may yet have to save the lature, will pass this bill and then adult, (as they preached befon* Burbados Labour Party from be able to indulge In another election) to have a vote in the committing it* greatest blunder squabble with the Legislative .election of those who shall govor grant the electorate brie' Council whose duty it will be to em them; and now for the slender respite from the errors of a welirejeet the measure. It was with emolument of remaining in power meaning but Incmpclehi this same hope that the members they care little whether they betion. 4 UKIItltl \> TOI'lt* WITHIN the last few weeks steamship lines have been offering short tours around the Caribbean. Advantage has been taken by a few people to spend a short vacation at sea and at the same time to visit places which they had not yet seen. The scheme is worthy of expansion. In the years before the last war, schoolboy \ours from the West Indies were organised and boys from this island visited Europe under the supervision of teachers and proper guides. The last of these tours was cut short by the imminence of war and youngsters still tell of the rough handling they received in Hamburg when the Germans realised that they would be soon at war. The experience was still useful and for that matter is not likely to be forgotten. The newly advertised tours will provide the people of these islands with the opportunity to learn more of each other by travel throughout the area. This in itself will give an unexpected impetus to federation and will help the people of one colony to understand the problems of others. It also affords an opportunity for educational authorities to organise schoolboy tours to the neighbouring colonies. The steamship companies might be approached with a view to granting a reduction in fares for pupils on organised tours. The example has already been set by the air-line companies who now offer some reduction in the fares of pupils who travel home and back during their vacation. The experience would be invaluable to the pupils who make the tours and it would be a means of improving their geography. The Pouncl Looks Good LONDON The British pound sterling preening like a debutante today fiw FBFn nC)FRFIItJGER l* ,ven "tial pr...niy" to the *..lo rtimtriM Tho* nee HA.,,* thi* teh rearmament programme with begun U> ogta Ud own .-our. the „, lhc „„„,,„ „ my ^ i 1KTOU l ,r '~ !" "* l £* W32E ^ L,„ I Om pound will be bucUM in s,,, !" £,„,< „„ i,^,,,, fou „ d W 'or raw material, lor Mr tirms of all other currencies conul 2 o0 t oa a y ou the expectation "" tmue uaapllc ofAcial UriUi.1. Cov,,,„, lnc w ,u co#l more ,.,„ ,„ a .-rnnent .latrntrnn thar "Uiric la n,e, ,*?, sell at profit. All no intention to revalue t h e this so-called forward buying alo pound." help, lo make the poaltk Buiineaemeii have more contlp„ ulu | better. deuce in the pound now because Tt, c sli lu oI lhc „„„,, mul the countrle. which use the pound however, be viewed with a sense have more gold and dollar, lo of perspective, back It up. T he lad that the sterling coun" '"T„." 1 rouiitii. h..ve more gold tries can (el uch high pricea '''P" !" ^ id dollars liecause thev .111sellI !" rtmiw _w .•.I. n a IK.I mat wiui. aid for th THE COCOA BOARD RILES THE COAST OF GOLD II* la. P. S \ 1 I ItS LONDON, November 10. THE manager of the store at Kumast. ^ capital ol Ashanti in the Gold Coast, looked' astonishment. The African cocoa larnier repealed his request. "1 want a brass band," he said, and backed it up with a sheaf of notes as proof of means to pay. He paid £ 450, and eventually a complete set of brass band instruments was ordered for him from home. The cocoa farmer of the Gold Coast is well off today, for the price of cocoa has risen from £20 a toe, pre-war, to over £200. Cocoa is the Colony's main crop and the whole country depends on it. When, at the oeginmng of the war there was no shipping to take cocoa from the ports, it looked as if the Colony would be ruined. But the British Government came to the rescue. It guaranteed to buy the whole crop, whether it could be shipped oi not, to bear any loss on re-sale, and, at the end of the war, to pay over to the producers any profits there might be. The cocoa farmer was on velvet. After one bad season, when large stocks were burnt on the quays, shipping was found. Demand for cocoa and chocolate increased as the war went on and prices soared. By the end of the war there was an accumulated profit of about £20 million due to the farmers. Had this sum been distributed to individual growers, there would have been a riot of inflation. Already prices had risen to absurd heights as a result of too much cash chasing too few imported goods. With every increase in the cocoa producer's profits prices of local foodstuffs rose in sympathy, and the lot of the lixed income employees was hard. Civil servants, from office boy to 'top dogs,' found they could not live on their pay. lo avoid making things worse the surplus was paid over in 1947 to a Government controlled Board, not for individual distribution but to be administered for the benefit of the cocoa industry as a whole. Ik'luie the war tne price of cocoa had fluctuated violently during the year, often irum day to day, and it was felt that the larmers position would be more secure if he was guaranteed a fixed price for the season, ihe Board took over the whole buying and marketing of the crop. It pays the larmer less than the market price and puts the difference into the fund, so that it nas resources from which to pay out at above market price if that world market figure should drop in the future. D. V. SCOTT & CO., LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIALS at THE COLONNADE Usually NOW KM ORANGE JUICE 44 4 Tins LAMB'S TONGUES T 43 Bottles ALLSOPPS BEER 24 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— 19, 21. 23 gauge FISH HOOKS Mos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. 12. 14. 16 1/0 2/0 COPPER PAINT— I gin. ting and many other items to interest you. WILKINSON & HAWKS CO, LTD, Successors To C.S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 4472 and 4687 $mi jtiAs Coio'i Trim LIDANO FULL CREAM MILK POWDER yanl export trade and the extra mt.teru.ls Mfded (or her rearmaiurn. %  TogiNm.pe die will us*lit owe liuffe uni-" tu UM '>ihcr IK f i 7 ) "*' sterling COUAttiM OI On ion of ihe nee.] to producfor export. Iiritain is going ahead with a thiee-year S9.S20 million rearmament progrnmm*. which inew strain on her productive It is officially admitted Id dOlUn because they are sell^TfhS ra'w rn^riato^TS gPffftS ^^^rTjS Ipa mon KOOCLS to people with there will be a seasonal increase S,L W JI,K^| £ w dollars. The so-called sterling In tne amount of Morshall Ald to * **J^l' M 'J5T" *' d f J rlUun con;... % %  ..:,. %  an buying bid Britain undoubtedly means .hai •' %  '.' L ",7 'v d ,: ; where they have to spend dollars lho erltnt „„„&, n^rve. ^S..? 1 JlS^.S^JSl Aiiuihi'i reason (or the >iioiij(er III fall. fninkl state th.it when the rearmament SIS ars-a ^ir,"5Ci-m--p!ncV^ 1 c" "V h : x K s ,s LS: ssrioiax z£ss. 5K s'Sig^ fists. rfc^A Thai meant a penon with Hollar. maUy ^ y hu „ nm0UI „ s OI raw -.-„ ^ exJleMr -, oUlc increase sale* to atrrling coun. mally buy. IIIIKC .imouiit^ of raw ,_,_„ B .u,, pvn pn a of ," ccuM aet SO per cant more pound, material. Today .he i. buying "";*.' i,„t X offl, l.l. foi bto money, and 3D per rent. _„„. ....... ,...,. r i—...,,, „ w mn customer.bill the m lau more *d. for the P-IIIKU he SKSs.r? £%£%?** £JZonr ,." '" ""• hal '" C "" "" bouglu. men! pr>grarnme4 Th united it Thus with the price of her state* b aUo building up stocKa ^rthermora, next year Brttair goods down Britain's total exiiort* of important raw materials in the T due lo bc in "anayraanl of hein the first nine months of 1950 CV ent of an'emergency American and Canadian loans. were $4,550 million compared All this means th.it Britaii with only $3,802 million in Hid Chances are that the United m ust proceed cautiously, as she h corresponding months of 1949. States will go on buying hugo obviously doing. In her policy (or The rest of the .sterling counquantities of raw materials. But Wrling and not to l>r too elated trie.-, are rich in raw materials **ny cut in her purchases would by the recovery in gold and dolla: like tin, rubber and wool. The probably force down the prices of reserves. war In Korea and the vast resuch raw materials as tin rubber The Government and most re .iim.iiiH'Tit programmes of the und wool; the very raw materials aponsible quarters in Britain, con %  t -. Waatara world, particularly which are earning so many dollars aid* 1 that to raise the price o the United States, cieated a heavy for the sterling countries today the pound luuher than $2.80 i demand for these raw materials. Then too the reserves of gold %  Jl*' unjustified. They point out Coming on lop of ordinary dcand dollars are not Britain's alone, that when the pound was reduced mand it Mm lhc price* of these AH the sterling countries can draw >* price last year u was deliberraw materials up. Thus the starr.pon them. And, as the prices of otely undervalued and the effectLng countries cashed In on this raw materials rise, a larger re^J^m ar e obviously h< nrtcning Mate of alTairs. serve Is needed to support the They recognize that the modesThe sterling countries' gold and heavier trade. %  .tcrllng countries" gold and dollar dollar reserves doubled since Britain's Minister of Economic Tesprs* could be quickly arui September. 1949. lo $2,756 million. Affairs. Hugh Gait shell, has pointseriously reduced even by a milci ThIncnaaa of $334 million In ed out that the reserves are still American economic setback. Even the last three months came destoo low "measured by pre-war Pgainst a favourable America! pile the fact that Britain's Marneeds" He stressed the fact that background ii could continue u | shall Aid receipts, which help In terms of relative prices of goods i ise only at rather a slow pace boost the reserve, fell off the "normal pre-war proportion The repercussions of Britain'The problem of (he sterling (of reserves to total sterlingrearmament piVgramim(*, doDai countries' dollar shortage has dollar turnover) was IWo to three expendiluias %  r still uncertain trmpornriW disappeared. Back In times M high as the proportion Nearly one in fnur of the working 1948 and early 1949 the sterling today." population or I] million arfl now. eountiies weiv busing so much logically, that means Britain pressing for h.gher wbges. Then more goods costing dollars than needs reserves of some $10,000 there Is the irospectivc fall in they were selling for dollars that million today against the actual Marshall Aid. they were running short of dollars $2,758 million, but it Is Clear that These, nddeo to all the oiiu-i at the rate of $250 million every this is not a near-term objective, factors making for what is called three months. While the use in world Prices inflationcoulr, in the not so disIn the six months before the may help the sterling countries lant future up-et the balance oi price of the pound was reduced to earn more dollars. It aggrathe nation's i-cunomy they were running short of dolvatcs the purely British problems To charge u higher pri-e for the tors to pav for goods they bought Britain is a manufacturing pound would lend lo tncourasa at the rate of $600 million ever/ countryand Is a buyer rather buying things from abru.u bfl three months. But In the first fian a producer of raw materials, cause Hie prices of these goods three months of 1950 they began Because the price of raw materials would be lower, discourage sales to break even and tn the second has gone up it is costing more to to foreign countries, because th187 nillln n thus pushing i-p the price of goods the growth of an inadequate gold The position of the pound toBritain sells abroad. and dollar reserve. It is obvious day looks so good that business It follows that Britain must from official statements and longmen all over the world are buycontinue to sell her goods abroad trm overall policy that the Uriling pounds ahead of time to pav In order to pay for the raw maish Government considers these for goods they expect to buy from terials she needs. risks too great Britain and the other Sterling The Government, has. in tact n-oment. I N.S. For the last three seasons the Board, by. fixing the price to the producer on a conservative basis, has made enormous profits, and its original capital is likely, by the end of. 1950, to reach the sum of £80 million or more. Even so, the larmer has received an increasing rate (or his cocoa every year. The Board is now in a dilemma. They :ould afford to pay the farmer a much higher price than he gets already. But this would merely make rich men richer and start another bursting inflation. Even today there are not enough goods in the shops of the Gold Coast to meet demands, but if supplies were doubled or trebled they would still not absorb the spending capacity oi the African; and the African is as good a spendthrift as anyone! There is a limit, therefore, on the tilings the African can buy, and to invest in a brass band is at least more sensible than papering a room with one-pound notes or using paper money to light a pipe, as happens quite frequently when the farmer gets his cheque for the year. But if they do not distribute all their profit the Board has no option but to go on adding to its surplus. This will soon be t^en times more than the reserve funds of the Colony and more than eight times the annual revenue. And, being human, the farmer, rich as he is. would sooner have more cash in hand than a stable price in the distant future when the market falls. So he may become restive and join in political agitation. The Gold Coast has created a monster beyond its control, and it will soon be the Cocoa Board which runs the Governmjent instead of the other way about. What should have been done was to see that the farmers made a fair contribution to the cost of government and to the rising burden of social services. As it is, the only direct tax he pays is generally less than £ 1 a year. What a paradise for the farmer, of whom there are numbers making £4,000 or i-5,000 a year! But the income tax machinery is in its infancy and the cocoa farmer gels away with it. As he can't spend more than a fraction of what he makes he hoards it. The banks he distrusts, so he usually keeps his money in buttles or tins which are buried under the earth floor of his house or in the compound. There are millions of pounds in hard cash hidden in this way. Perhaps one day mouldering notes and aged coins will come out of their hiding places to keep the farmer going, for over the whole cocoa industry lies the shadow of swollen shoot' — a disease which is spreading over huge areas and for which there is as yet no known cure. The only thing to do '! to cul down ,he diseased tree — and this the farmer objects to doing—and to re-plant within 25 years cocoa may die out altogeth'Easy come, easy go' is a motto which mav well apply to the cocoa industry of the Cold Coast. RICH IN CR£AM EXCELLENT FOR CHILDREN & ADULTS • Aik for LIDANO at your Grocer. '/>iv,',v,v>v,',',v,'-'/--//V,'.'*r-'-'-' NOW ON SHOW FOR THE COMING FESTIVITIES Smart Dress Materials MADE TO FLATTER THAT WOMANLY FIGURE Make Year Selection from the following: CREPES. SHEERS. LACES. CREPE SATINS AND A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF TINSELS STOP IN TO-DAY &f DA COSTA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. //. T Ih-imrlim "I To th* Editor. Th* Advocate— M.CP. paying a vi.tl to Oil. Department. Whether ,uch vhnia are for the purpose of doing S1R.-I do not like to hear the ^ !" c *£ for l ^ !" jST ni 5SJ! No. loS'sJoTSaa^rivriepS ft — "* ££. ^t-S^alS hear,a discussion having Z its *>" overheard. 1 l" !" £ with theme the dissatisfaction that surprise that even the rhr.-k.-rexist* at lho Detriment of • complainants. But hey have ,,,.,)..,.,... a right to complain since inev Highways. have to do work Eltlai to that Cannot the Government of this done by the clerks. Island do something I wonder why Uiio department the condition of the pour, uufurabove all other Government I>otunate beings of this dei .n'ment'.' partmerts has adopted such a Occasionally one hears of an practice. Surely work such BE the checkers do deserves consideration. Another point worthy of consideration Is the time at which employee* of this Department report for duty. 1 navt ••eti employees going to work as early as 6.45 a.m. and as late ai B.00 a.m. It ii <' Ui.it the early birds suck the sweetest blossoms but at 11 & T. the reverse takes place. Cannot this department adopt thisame method as that adopted in the Elementary schools. In such schools the Headmaster has nothing o ">' **tcrs for all start to work at the same time U3TENEH. Electricity To The Editor. The Adoocate— SIR,—1 note that the Barbados Electric Corporation Is still running those doleful ads about the manufacturers having that thay must stop some of the plant while repairs are made. How very different are the cheerful ads which the Telephone Company puts out, advising thai they have completed aoli yet another exchange, and tha* (hay will therefore be able to take on more subscriber Surely it Ic time that the manufacturers started to do something about carrying out those much advertised repairs at the Electric Corporation's plant, so that we could look forward to a reasonably st.ure electric service. Possibly, however, the Electric Corporation may be indifferent to the convenience of the public which it serves, an ontnlon which one is almost forced to arrive at fiom its complete lack I matioii in not trying to win pub lie co-operallon by keeping the pfflbttc, advlaad >f the progress, if liny, which is being made towards correcting tin dW vious In the way the company's employees nark their trucks and umall vans when working on the highway. or merely just waiting to pick up the workmen, it is true that the* are a public service and have certain rights on the roads, but ordinary decercy should prescribe that their tracks be parked in such a manner as to cause the least possible Inconvenience to other users of the roads and m-vrr unless a cable Is being hauled, should they be parked on road curves. Possibly we do need that Public Utility Board after all. I,. H BOTTAL. St. Lawrence Gap. Christ Church. November 14. 19*0. Add nothing liiit water. Makes 2 7 Layer Cakes. Supplied In Ginger, Vanilla. Chocolate, Pan Cake 44c per Pkg. Just trriiW . BatUlUou Granulates Aspic JeUy '*" Almond Icing Oloiia Evaporated Milk Canadian Eggs White Popper BUck Ppppar flit Spray Guns French Prepared Mustard Can's Assorted Biscuits la Pkf* 1 IOIIM nrink/t 7 I Itirottrs MEAT DEPARTMENT Pork Sausages Mince Steak Rabbits Liver Ox Tripe Ox Tongues Chickens Ducks GODDARD'S



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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1930 BARBADOS ADVOCATE * %  — PAGE ttVE Planters Smile A LL MANAGERS and planter* l -iiled the City yester' i food word to say (or One t.ear addressed the Jim Mr. Reece did not reply. The Chief Justice summed up, and the Jury after 15 minutes' retiring found the accused "not guilty" on either of the t The Court sits again at 10 a m. YOU are a road hog—one that just dr ves through, net thinking i of peri ons on the road. Their Honour i Mr G. L Taylor and i Mr J. W. B Chenery. Judges of 1 the A lUrtsnt Court of Appeal told B •resrord Parrts yesterday j Here-ford Parrle of aitteru Road. My Lords Hill appeared ; before Their Honour* -her he appeal d against a decision of His Worship Mr C I. C w.iiw.n. Police Magistrate of Distint C". who fined him £6 to be paid by instalments and ordered him in default to undergo three months' imprisonment for driving th" motor van M—581 In a dangeroumanner on September 18. Their Honours, in confirming the decision of Mr. Walwyn. told Parris that it was a very serious offence to commit these days and road hogs are a constant danger to the -public When the offence was committed Parris was driving the van on Monrrieffe Road. Sgt N Gaskin prosecuted for the Police DECISION REVERSED THEIR HONOURS Mr. G L. Taylor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery. Judges of the Assistant Court of Appeal, yesterday reversed the decision of His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod, Police Magistrate of District "A". Mr ft. A. McLeod had dismissed without prejudice a case brought by Clarence Sobers of Passage Road against Alma Bcntham, also of Passage Road, for InflicUng bodily harm on him on February 2. Their Honours fined Bentham 20/to be paid In seven days or in default one month's imprisonment for the bodily harm and a case brought by her against Sobers of beating and assaulting her was dismissed. She was ordered to pay the cost of appeal hich amounted to 9/4. Guilty Of Wounding MALCOLM SEA1.Y of New Orleans, St. Michael was found B liy by His Worship Mr. H. A ma of wounding Chesterfield Carrington of Spooner's Hill on October 15. Scaly was ordered to pay a fine of 40/and 2/costs or one month's imprisonment. FINED 30]A FINE of SO/and 2/cost* to be paid In 14 days or in default one month's Imprisonment waa imposed on Inez Harding of Nurse Land, St Michael by His Worship Mr H. A Talma yesterday. She was found guilty of inflicting bodily harm on Iris Pierre on September 30. "FERKYLAND LOADS MOLASSES The motor vessel FerryUind began to load molasses for Newfoundland yesterday. It Is scheHUled to load approximately 40u puncheons The Ferrvland arrived in port since November 7 with a cargo of corn. After this cargo wss discharged, the vessel was dry %  leaked fur three days. It is expected to leave pori early next week for Newfoundland. Its local Agents are MesMW S Monroe l> Co.. Ltd OVERNIGHT SESSION The first ca, ii. the King for lUaged mi the attenUon Grand Session* next Monday. Chief Justice. more, told Ihe come prepared le on the ealen f, Kenneth Gaskn irder. will Oonipj of the Court of when it resumes Ills Honour the Sir Allan CollyJury yesterday to to stay overnigh' %  V.V.V.V.V.VV.VsV U. IM AVAILABLE! I 4 [ IMIHW %  i PIGEON CHOW pH. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. -an ( v.v.\v.v.v.v.v.\\ SFBDEJV THE OC1ASMOM CALLS FOB SOMETUIMi SPECIAL YOU'LL XEED THE FOLLOWIXO FiKurrd nd Klouered ART SII.K from $2.25 te 4.50 ys. nowssSD SATIN $4-5" ydColoured STK1PED SATIN ..... it $4.10 V(l. AIXOVER LACE i t $2.66 n> 2.77 yd in Pink. Blue. OnW, rcnce. Try it a.-i> in sandwich*:;, or on bread and Suiter so good *br health became Msrnute contains the l, vitamin* esacou ii to building up bodily litness. You can do - ma | L Ith Marmitc and it doc*. :.o much Tor good cooking. iARMITE The Vitamin B Yras! food Mid g England Here i list of.— [TOILET GIFTS'! LADIES. PERFUME 8 NOVELTIES TfeOf Topper" with Mts%  %  chief Perfume (4 Shads* BKinVi Toes*. "Egg" fl-Shor" with Soir de Paris -t Perfume. "Cupid" with Romance Per-| [fume—By Du Barry. I "Bomb" with Heart of a| [Rose IVrfume— By IKi Bai-f I'Tinioi" with Hearts De-5 lYirunn' By On Bar-* I'Vase" with Heart of a Rose j ^Perfume-by Du Barry. ["Flowered Bottle" with! iDevon Violet IVrfume. | (Price, from &Se. to 1 16 J HUM ii Mi Sm". SvandBt". "Bel-a, tlodgia." "Christinas Night."i veet Pea." April Vlo-| | lets" "Bond Street."| ("Twesd", ''Shanghai," "Mir-J "a" "C'repediihini" "Rock! %  Garden" atC %  M 'mm SS.aa In $34 I TOILET SETS %  Paris", 'Yard-I >." "Max Factor." "Dul irry". Cusson" "Pond*" etc f f Prices from 3/to CM PMB & BRUSH! SETS ,nil's SETS In Uose,| ten .f Blue. Conialnlntf d Miror, C m Or Rrutll | ft Beautiful Xniii OH! Speelsl I'rlre Sfi.tO LADIES BCAUTV HAIRS BRUSHES in attractive Cel-1 lo Ho* orean, Pink, &| I'M..SI 4B and 2 00 pAtttbu fihhdA (X plswJty We have a targe assortment 0/ (he prettiest prints you could wish to see m styles of all descriptions Flowered Striped and Plaid designs etc. Prices Per yd. 55c 66c. 74c 86c also KIDDIE PATTERNS with Nursery Figures in several different patterns Prices Per yd. 69c. & 74c Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12, 13 Broad Street B rw Powd er BfUak *' c Khui KimParfuma U* io| 12 Kim* Khus Tolletl -_ W .!-, -.,!( — 4711 CO-I Sf!:in 3 • 13 6. Atkln-| laon < 1 login • 'slUi 1 r.i.i Poppy I' ''tumel PompeU Per-1 fumr 2 'J to 8 Rev.D'or| '%  .' BsHQP i EARLY ANDH YOU Gfr THE P/C(c8 AT inn i F WEATHERHEADK * LTD.



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. SOVZMBI II IS, 1*H HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON KICK; *-• '!'R> M!CKF V MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY _( NOW ... TAKB rr SASN : -, I'M NOT V\0C2 %  ? I 4B.-fTUNi: L ( SOOO! NO /* %  SBNM N I BOTH 0= L? .' v woe*"VJ: •A-ASPNg *r*ow? r-c ART E;A H <3..- WOC-U RIP KIRBY r „JST >NCV/ 6CLI. 0B Pl-A6CD-*< THAT TIMTVPE I tOPCD rr EICM *^ V*V Q|_0 !? I'M UM UM-I I.ODffft BUTL'. %  Wfn ri T...-VP,n. •>. •-* I BY ALEX RAYMOND THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES WHEN BUYING MATCHES ALWAYS ASK FOR SWEDEN S BEST MATCH "THREE STARS ON SALE EVERYWHERE Hah Mood Pressure Kills Men & Women h> aTwn HU" fc.. M la— l*a irfCW"! •M later on of vaial* lie afro***. Coin• M •* o* Utah M.,od IT.. aava are Nwtvuanaaa. hr.>lu-br~ %  ( |ea> atwl bach m *>d an* BboYB ar.. •rauwi In ItaJ. u.aaliMaa. alien braaih. i-ina i >>*••' BAlatUlioa. paor .Mrp. loa •! %  •anae'V ami *nrr*y. %  Ml* ... %  <•. f**r ami w.-.ry If yoa auffrr any f Ihaaa medical tlia> •<>"> reduce* Pra ea ure wilh <•• Ural doae. UHi a liaavy li.l >|f IM hauit. ami make* S MI f**! *f. luuna.-f in %  at Noxco ft II la cuaran'r.-.l i. an* *irng or ii,..n-* t>a.a. TO-DAY'S NEWS HASH BKiriSil CARS 1050 PhototTaprui and apedllcatlons of all the latcal model* In one volume fr II %  aaiaa W aaae raaat—a — % %  %  * UNlJ. arrimikct TV ^ %  .U uJ* FORT IUIVAI. 4. VIIA4.I Phone 2385 Sole Dittributort Phone 4504 Tilings vimll Need... SLICED BACON S1.A.B BACON KAIMNS a'HKANT? I '-.'"-.I MIXKII rm. %  TIN IAMS COnKINii I'TTl ( \ \*\ TINS TABLE DITTFK : PTANVT m-mrK \ „, JAB KKAFT CHEESE CHEESE per lb rwvrs. rocKTAir. niEmtiEg TINS TOMATOT'.s •l.ICF.l) PTNEAPPLBfl STUART k SAMPSON LTD. quarter* For Beat Ku. Good mornings begin witl Gillette ... ihe sharpest edge in the wor/d Trade Enquiries lo: T. Gedde* Grant Limited FT .'' tons Mi i-,n often uavJ i loenhadiotlav laieiv Irn ISM) "You're i| Horn a load of rj MH tr% optrerr H I (OM Jta'i aJ%..:e %  /> d_. itad Oa*re. w d ahed ...... din %  nd r"nn lonad up eye ntuicle%  'iier.'Thankaioyoai .in laaad or ibe waiara bloodaboa. %  eyaa need (rewmeni. ft" in c*h 3enmcdc>c. n



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s\TI KI)\\ M.VIMII..K 1! %  ...",.! CLASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ADVOCATE TELVHONE 2 SOS at Mn v • I r Aged : 1ABY AN m.-rr-d B i irw si. p N*M %  HOTMa irlaa Burn*'I. Q,,. FII Hfc VI HOI:SF.S SS"~. ••> Oi~*.r !" oui •a7 : %  %  .. .. .1,. FOB SALE AUTOMOTIVE AUSTIN A-*. Drder i(li II "like***. All* a. Ox Phone fe. CHJ. MM CAR—A Mono Mn lo*aw miVr* ."hone Jiao (or AppMiilmoni II II So-*n THICK 1M7 Bedford Truck i n ., working order. imM it reAnalv Owrar Holder Carter., si John FI.KCTBICAL Hn.mh up fur Chrtiinia. with a rn I.gr.Ung It. lure Chooat from our Danutlful aaaortrnent ol bowl and hanging llMma. See them ..I our nt* ahwroom Plantation* new building Lower gy* *y „. %  "'-*' Ei^-inci co *nd Floor Plantation* Bid [., Urol Street. Dial MIS ITllW-U caiiTAL *i Coaal Anna* a B %  &," %  mum an. _. CooS. kii„ available "" T#1 •'** i*ntai ii io i fiiiaHMd and %  aiilf H PI Hfc\M NOTICES NOTICK tih ., o*s.r* si H-AT—fuili Convenience i C\,1ler>. lit mlnuloa atk I "d CH. Ptvon* tIN baa cB %  AT -amnll comfortable unfuioun.41 E2" "I?*^ "•" %  ' Mich Vacant now. or rurin.r BBTUCJ phon* 4**). Wn.rn.an f, HaVnVT I At tlKlAU Hock HI. lLtuu.lci. II I r II BAjoian MACIILM: U Show B,.,,,, I. : %  .14 KI-FTTRIC ADDING iv. Al R..:.,.. Board • Miiidwond Atlcv %  16.11 so a-, rxTTTBir DRINK %  ji-r if ,.[,. %  ),.. Al (VX>IXBATOH B:,lpt, Be.ird Phone 4*M u i m . WKRTINOHOlna*. 1 cubic Pride* la r-rrtrcl .w.iking order at Kulol. Heard* !" Boom. HmdAoud Alia* Ptaon* 4SS4 16 11 an FURNTlTKB FUllNITUBfc New ali.rx.ga., n..,.i,a Chair. Tub Chair. and Uonu Ch-lr.. -lar. Mahne.ny v-nlua ulld DraaW.g Table*, A good Win rim III, ol nn.li>*T.Me. ana Nouaehold (.irnitun. .1 BAU*f £ WABD-S .how ..^'H.," -rood AUev._ Open _daily Irani l^> !" *4a3 II 1 LIVESTOCK HUUai Suitable foi Phone %  -, PUMaUaai carl work .1 rail a> au. nod Pl.nLlmi an U i, MECHANICAL BKTYCIJl-One Green Three Spee.1 MTh Of |lh oil SMod Meter Cpl Bradford. K Drl*n>. Colerldi* *ree 11.11 iu—Jn B1CYCIJ-. VAIJCYBI In auud eordl. ffc.ii. Applv to Sylvia AtMlua. Upper t iillvmnt.Rock, near Pine H*"tltH Fchame. II II SO—3ii MAN s PllrvciJ BABOA1N M... ilai paod >... %  • i.i-.m. i>P1J :i., -,-( lo< All I lar Naw. prtcm LOW—L S fTlbBfa Tijlalun Mteoi ISllJIV-aji MISCELLANEOUS AH.MCHAllt-Four Berk.-. chain. aprona Baaaa Almoal new. fUOO oach Phone tHS HUM—tn OK corncE ihli very pop jual arrived Iieah ahlp>nent i rd foliah,. lalnahle Irian '! "TMUiC-Oni I Evening Shall i rroc* Coat and amd condttiot. inrhei long T-lephone JTWI rafxnra —Ffiii %  Made Imm high grade IBW price Only no M par pair Oo 1 Horn Marrlnnt Hardware Dc parwnani. Broad Btraai 17 ll.sn—3n H haa Vcr-,,dali. Df-wu* '-'—'a.'.lge...o. and T.iaph.^? M.g.fUia and Tel B| hereby gi„ c€ the Veatrv Mfhl w r.^^ „. .„, ,fc fc ""'%  "< Aaaarnbli ..I Idti l.l.nj • BUI aulhartaina the uU Valiv io laiae j loan not nreeding g io oos to aao vtaa aatraaaaauve Mv (or caaual ernpLtaa*and Ue uneatabttihed eutt of the leatrv. the CammluMoner. • U other parachlal c aa gikiy tt a of the amid l*n-ai "uck loan to carry InNraat al a r.-to ra>t aaoaadrng 44'. per annuan to aa paid annually and th, a.14 laawt to he lanoM by SO annual irutaUne-U ol gyv Hr.t tnelauncnt w be rrpaad In the %  aa Has, n,ui totoraat ml and the remalnoer -. mually tnaroaitor out ol tha> t.t LOST GOVERNMENT NOTICE p\r.r acvFx TICKFT tmU. CONSOLATION Tfcr Baibuns A-ialir (lib ni "'"VOTICS Notice Ii herehanco with Bute I the Club .:i M cloaaa to Member, on THI'HSDAV Novotabar Urd. and PBIDAV. J*h front • p m lor Water Pa*Twiiuia. Thia doaa HOT Include lha CINEMA, which will be open to Member* ol tn. Club M uaual By order of lha Committee. H P SPgNtTK. c.mva^laoa. Kitchen Garden. ,.„ Garnet.. Fruit Tree.. Lawn. Apply •ira. O. YVonrt Telepho.u. SMS lauj* In STBATHMiaLO—On-aea Appleb, lanwa. Newly built modem houaa' > nun and bach porch*., three bedn. SHOP At While. Alle> P~rt T N" Swan anew! &Mitab.<* p. bond. Part V l upalalra nil *fBce App) to Dare. A. Scot Ml %  %  Maga1 1 -. TANUUN TO February onward., m l.nwiv. 1 double bedrooma 1 Immoru oadkleada, chjldrev. %  ""'•• Belrigerator. WANTED By lha Veatry of tha Pariah of *( •nchael Under the authority of tha SI. Mwhaed'a Pallah Loan Art ItHI llM*Mi. The Veatry desire to borrow from any per eon or uoraona. bodlea politic corporate willing to lend the aamr %  tun of money not atrvodlng Ti Tbouaand Five Hundred Pour da tCSS baina part of | ll.OOS aulhorlaad under tha aald Act. al a rate of IntrrfeA ru.t eacaadlng four poundi per M pirraon* tendering muit atate mum rate of Intareal thar ara praparert to aataaa. Prtor ainaHaraMiri will be given to tenders at the moat favourable 1 ale of intantat. IntareM ii payable on lha SOIh day ul Thprincipal of thla loan li rapafabK In twenty ISO! annual Inatalmei.t. of caoe. each. The Itret Inatalmant ol Ihi. part of the Loan H payable on the Mlh day of June. IMS Baalad oBera In writing marked on lha rnvelope "OFFBB FOB IAIAN tl* ESjat" will be rarrlvad by the Clerk of the V-wtry. up to II o'clock noon on Mond.v tha SUU. dar> al November. ISM CEJfT 1F1CATBR will be limed In 1111,11 of "i •*!> By Order. OFFICIAL NOTICE 'Equitab J.irifdK.-tM>iV OOTTPrlltD AlOPOWfOM m*MlS PUinliB UL.TBBBB ST AUBYN BUDDrK 'lefendant IN punuanee of an Ordar lr n., pMMI SI the above ar 1Hln „^, ., uMlh day ol November (taO 1 gi.e raj b.11 parwana ha' L ar 11. Mr.* iMiag any r"ae i.jtn nv Hep ar %  iloreaaid conI two rind. jbutlli 4 aa 'i'"^ as Btsaji .1 All lhat certain rv.ee •Uuato at | Bainl e.irae and S-ti t-ining 1„ adaara l r la** o( pna Mr* Daah and an iand< fafjnarty ol j tmall hut .iw of kl< oda. ., hpevar eUe ih. •—n.e ma abut and boui 1 before in. an account ol their aatd CL.n, 1 ith itvr.i wimiaaii. aKMi 1, voucher., to be rominm b) Tuadat.. or Pnday bat* of II ..•!., lha of thr AMatanl Cull ol Appeal ... 1...1H Haaaa, B waaalaai i briorc M-th day ol January IBSi. |„ „„!, may or ri>nhni lha lafiur and prrority thereof raap,. lively. t-tlierw lar au.'h peiauna will -a precluded from the benent Darro*. and be deprived of all claM un or againat tha aald property Claimant, ara alao notified that thffl fi urt .Itend tha aald Curl on Wedaa*. day. th* Mth day of January If*!, al ir o'rkMk *m hen than ad .lajT' *lll or ranked Given under my hand thi. Mth d. i.l November ISM Ag Clerk 1 1. V. Gil. th* A* 1* %  sac OFFICIAL SALE %  %  JfttfH IV IMI 1^-1-1 l\l till HI III Mil \l 1 M-.llrt.oii GOTTFKUJl AU.KBNUN FKANCIs Plalnltff m.Ysatrs ST AimYN urnurH dalendanl -NOTiCK I. herahy given that by vlrttM -il an Older ol the AwKlanl CaUrl M Appeal 0.1-d ttw llh aay ol Novrmbar irihars win br -^ up lot ui. w thn hulwrt bidder at o .,• f-rh -if the A..1-U111 Ceurl -.( Aapr. t thr OWrl !' %  I %  the houra BARBADOS EVENING INSTITUTE **> ft'l'WMWATS ARII-I fctrtdjfjB Intai Ait* unltl SaiiU/uU-t. IMM numbci uX vi'iaiinad n w Mn.iai.t, uiui. t 1., rt.iet th* ucwtaut I i T*^* a l umy ** F*"'""-'1 Io %  > Hi -I tl.v uM bvaii • H A*l*ITu. II (2) OBNBKAL. hupe la qu*llf> far *illnii the L.idu V luici incd.-lc Arta lk*m.. *nd who In do M* hair lo paia in IWt> it) hBbJaeta si th* adisntM-J lei ind thrar m l ih* •fdli.af> level Th* t.rna-iabl* niU anaej fu far as poafiblito Join cUsse* in a 1 CIBBS C* will be held In Lngli MBlhemiliri. Uitm. and, Oeogiaph' B IredieBst) level. These claf ea aie iniended puiil.v |*e ihot* within^ to qualify foi siitkna 1 %  ,:, as %  boy* and partly for those who wish lo inakv ., QMilCfVtttVBihi (N.B Th* l.rncal i rrllMralr -f fcdHfslkHt 1. lo rrplacc the prraciU London MalrlrnUtta.ii ind School r*.lih,. t |„ Lksminaltona. There U .,„ ntiiilmnnt or maximum number of tuhjriW MI M 111. Ii ,. ii,lr has lu ,.* ,n -rfier ta recrlve a crrtl>.t-t.e a .andtcUle paaat U rnr,T n>0,r ***** %  "'' r r %  "Mlh.aW 1.. thai "rUiiii will ba hold m mgl a, lsh M-lh.-nt.ili.>. Ijitin. .iu,i .u<'..|.liu u tn .lTi,ti\, two U" or thiev CIi ul thr I t-tJ,. General Smu,,-. nalgUatl UtBTalun ttld liru.h NB. There may. according to thr nature of the rlaaaea I111.fl. driei 111.1ml I., tw held. INsonic linuutmn JJJH"" 1 ** %  "' *bi>'-U open k. IndlMdu*! (al The claws i|] be li.ld m S robably at Harrison (Vllcg(bv ovcrniii*; Body). tW T,. IfMturai ol oni hour will bt ih "ubitrt at oath :. I p.m. and p.m from M session will be divided into Inn t kalni with WILLIAM FOGARTV LTD. Ill* Bsl al Ih* l.r,! t „ %  PRESTCULD HEFHIGEH/ITORS There is .. PrrMt^l.l Motlel |„ .„it Every Hume — livery Pcket InrtH-pfirulinu Ibe I \.insive rrestsdtir Inner dor for extm %  ....,] %  • %  :iu* YIIIIII:.. B.7TC 1.7 1 :11. ft Mlllll'.i. B.47Z 1.11.11. It. %  ( age 1 IJ) AND Ot4> GOU .TF.WFIJJ-.RY BOUGHT. ruanaM pnee rdd. Ba* vour jeweller.. Y D* Umj Si COLid. 30 Broad Stm-i BrldgrlIIM*n I III I VIIOWI IV Cikriejr SfkMl ar. rtrsR Thera nill l-e an anbranc* .mlni_.. at tni* School on Monday 4th Deccmbei a' 10 00 a m Application* t-igether with liaptlima! CartUlcate. ahould reach the Actun Hradmaeter *• p—t not later than aVI>i a %  -. §* %  %  PARKY KC'IIOOL Thar* will be an Bnlrane* Examination fa* candidate, grainng n enter u ( e jchool ,„,, t.rrr on Slcndav. NovamtMi *• al 10 am Candldntn mii.t preagnt their bapUanial certiOrata-i and BE. monun Irom their Headma.Iori 11 il I an ACCOUNTANCY iNO. COMPANY noOK-KEEPINr, A AR month %  -IM*naive Method" Daurai •flemgr.l.ed for award of Diploma ... Auooatr r Fellow, will QuaUfy vou for hlghe. %  tatua by .lure-tirne piital Rialy Fo•leiaiia. write now The Principal. U OK £ ( i N "P 1001 Of ACCOUBTAN. V •*'.... Street. Bt Jaenee'a l*rdon, M*j" I% *•'•< r-lntod t-btoa and Chair*. Ill Cooler.lor. OU. Ja... Lordar Florence stov* and Ov. Lot u f Cutlary. Iiium Saucepan.. Plat NSffM CkMti W.re. the Secondary SCIHKI bfrDM (c| Apr the M n| BfrpbHBaV I 19^11. (d) An a gii-' standard for a dm but. II t "'"^ "I*** 'Ol a schoni Mat that mo Hboot OOUTH up MJ tha ut of n nm D**n satlsfain.nl> i-t.iupUd.i (• Applicants mils! ' E,h U, Which inns' and forwarded la the I), v. Barbados Evening inMinr ual be filled in and fat>!*>, rVparlment he (Hied in Studies Ih. the Oepitriinent not lal N'.B. fteparale formi lo Uhe. but the,* form, should be furusrded t.Miel in s aingle env*lo|H\ppllcaiU-. *hald menlUm whellin ...-yi.h to lake each s„h>cl -I Oitllna.. o, % d i inrr, The exact cniiiplUi regarded aa a prellmi matter may prejudice the admi If) Students will pay it fn each term. This fee wtU ba lh of the iiibjriitj ofltn I th i of the fees will be i Made h> thr luri;et Maiuifarlurern ol Autonintic Kt-lriKerulor-i in Bt M.HH — %\>-|J worth uaitin*for Seall Pressinalic (nils with 5-vear tiuaranler J^ SRH .IIPNP IIIIU iiinl i|i:i \uurs. SHIPPING NOTICES .II, Itir.p -.id uh.nirnl InnIn th.. in ..( -.|.|l II ..IIU. M <>r sfi mi iii udval I l<> i.ikiHn', ..t ih. and ,.f i STJ" ." 1 ,UI| III %  ""'J !" '"n* d "JMUrly i"l pure IMJ MB be paid on Ih,dnv „f i,.,L.ln.l„,i l ,, „, „„ lint torture on ,„., ,..,, ,., 0 „,.,, OIm r ,JJ yra!r:,:;,:^ > % %  B.ui!lfSS"!;"'."'," "•"""••'' PU I ,wrE? ",. d .!" bo k *• "-Mi'""! to ih. i \tH 222* 11 """""f" •" b. dM-mlnM bj ih. Pi ,.., %  (1) l d'-I-.II (Ii Ml A very limited numbtr of q at the discretion of (hi ~ Beginners' classes '" '""..iv IH], students who lake Shorthand will (*< %  'I Wi,| I.. ,Jiltet new stutlenis may be admlltrx, uvfut ol COfittntrcial SI i Ui l '' h '' "'' Lilt tllOM. take r M „„ K .„,,! vlr ,. wwill lieaniiptional rln, ,. ( ltuflas.li rvill ba opeivad to but:, Oni and acoTT. Auctlonrer. lT.ll.*o-n. MB Thfi Ili.-HIMUH HdHH.lrrt cted by Tnuradny n*>l lock at th* .ir.| '>d lyre, are Intact. It ,an tn %  acted Into a plrk-up. Term Inauri •Ord Nov th* I'MIIV I Qai DARCY aCOTT. Auctioneer ITU'tn EEAX ESTATE Roof Boarded and I and IB v in Apply Near CKrtat Church Pariah JK£ **&. putt, c !" y-et.Uoft th* offlc* of th* undarngned on TkiuMui 'Ih day of December, ifflo. al i „„ ALL THAT m**r.a* „, mZ kn.m' aa No. a* swan Sll „ t ^^^ a ^^ Moray building rUndlng on fcBftt aquara feet ggja ^ a^.u,,, on BwaaKj aaaJIPSitM L-a. Together wtth Ih, Ooodwill and rtoeh In Irade of tha tnialna-.* known aa tha '-Upp1y Store.r u. tt*d oo In th* ground Bogr building For Impactlm. and furthr: apply to tha htanager of fie Supnl atoras %  •" COTTlJe. CATPORD A CO, U.UJt—tla r of th* *alg panic **-**** u !" '•*• ef land Utuated at tha Oarrhwn part of the land, of -B*varI at a p.. Mr" ,.-_ November IW Luraa 9ti*et CAJUtTNGTON Si SXAI.y, UIIS0-4n LAND I Rood. S3 Perch** adjoining The Horn* Agricultural Station SI Pi.il*. Apply W. I OrtaUh. C/a Hayna* ft arrfflth. Sollcltocm. Phone 4|TS. PR'iPtHTY at Pitta Village SI Jaana i roof chaltal houa* Handing c US aiuare foot ol land going a* eaaonable barga.n. Apply to A. ] popE^^T %  %  e-s-iagr b., let of land all modern bl*. Apply ta A. R at Head View I "irf are T-. gMllpa I — mr. v*T wi| ngra*. il %  ... aecwHUw. I BS -ome unndcrful -7i-l g-aa KJUH Movamant ta i-Sp tne r..rh**lo* nRUCX C1ARKE. Fou radar. BthT. J. B GRANT. Chaftlaln Mr*.. OLGA B." Oan Sect, 1* :jSOIn percruw of land ann*t* at Cauntry Road Th* dwelling home contain, apaelou. rawing and Dining Rooma. Slitun. "-. Breakfaat room. Pantry and Kitchen on Main Boot 6 Bedroom.. in th m m i and laraa vvrandah upatakr Govarna>*nl water aad elactricif. Ihroushout. B -ervanla room., garaaaa, -tablei *tc u* yard. Tennl* Lawn and beautiful carwena. InapeMion at onv time on application V> ..e rarrlalUT or. the preml*r. ThU property Ii within %  minutn. walk rrMB Beaad Sfrea* OBa*. ui writing ta be aeat to Ih| %  taJ**{flBxl YTABWOOTI BOYCF-. Bolkcltor*. Jam*. aW aa t 14 11-!*>i iKIH It made by the Competent Authority under Rej-iilntion SO of the li.-ifiu K.-i:iil.ni..iis. li:iS. 1 This Order shall be read loucUiei with the Price of Goods .Defence) Orders. 194.3, (hereinafter referred to us the principal Order) and any Orders amending the same and may be cited as the Trice of Goods (Defence) (Amendment) Order. 1950. 2. Paragraph (2) of Article 12 of the principal Order || hereby amended by adding at the end thereof the following words "together with a full and accurate description of th* goodi sold." Made by me the aforesaid Competent Authority this thirteenth day of November, one thousand nine hundred and fifty. (Sgd.) F. A. BISHOP. Competent Authority. hich Iher dan into three terms, coineiding w,u, the Eh i for artmia^J. h w^iT tor admission will In net, attainment In English, a* .let,.,,,,,, i (dl The provisions u* (fated (i I, if'. ( %  ) ajul (hi undei Cent-ral CeitilUatr ol UucaUort pppjv !o ho#P „„,., Commercial classes. ,•'?' Applkanls must obtain from the oQta La ol h. luoai loa %  DpllMUori ibrnu, which must bt (1 led Ii ind forwartled to the Deim of Coi„m< Institute, t the office of (hi !>..., UOStRtAI. AltSTBALM NW /i U tNu LINK UMirai. M A N Z I i.l.H i iiism.ll uii. Fi-*m*o i aai.ii ".bar m.. Adelaide aeptrmntl | h, Ma.iN.urua Saptenvbar SSth Pevoa. I lit Svdna. Oclobc, nth -ti.tKn Mil., arriving al Barter Mlh rh**a vm.li have ampl* aaac* tar |'e l h.ra fru„, ...a -,.rV-rg„ • epipd on IhioufUi billa at •tag v "i.i.^i, i trBnihlim.i-.it ,t Tin. __ BrlUah duian*. Wlndwaid and DA COSTA Co BARBADOS. B W I sianTs Ne.l. .In,!, 1 Tiw MV Deeiw.-si a.iept Carga %  1 > Th* M V H* %  ! Pa.-r.ia. 1 %  B. 1 at Huokii ,,., VSSIH 1 IHOS |„ tele 4*41. HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THR UNITED KINGDOM Vee| HKIIHtHD RAM. II i l.U.IST PHII OflOPHBR 1 liKXSltAiniEH" < "1X.N1A1.' ''DcrniDtR" laODdOtl. LoruitMi I .'"tills,-1 /.eat roth RUi I Ith 23th Ni.iHt and i %  %  La i N r. N'I :; n N Dec Due Harl mi., BMn NfR 23r* %  > .hallel houaaa of all nt** and iiiuM Hon. tor al*. Par cam or on term. Applv to D-Arcy A Brotl Magaune APPLICATIONS FROM WOMLS FOR TRAINING AS MIDWIVES AT THE MATERNITY TRAINING HOSPITAL Applications are invited from women between tha agea of IB and 30 for training as midwlves at tha Barbados Maternity Training Hospital. The course of training will extend over a period of 18 months and will start ea.ly in February. 1931. Selected applicants will receive a training allowance of $14.00 per month. Applications should be addressed to the Matron. Maternity Hoapital. Bank Hall. St. Michael, and should be submitted not later ihan .he 30th of November. 1950 14,11.50—Sn. Tenders for excavation of water adit tinderi'mimd ul Belle Pumping; Station Tenders are invited for excavating a water adit underground at Belle Pumping Station. The adit is required to be approximately 80 feet long, 8 feet wide and 4 feet deep in water. Full particulars and form of tender may be obtained on tion to the Waterworks Department, Coleridge Street Tenders must be addressed to the Honourable Colonial Secretary, marked "Tender for Water Adit", and must reach hi* office on >.i before the 25th of November. 1950. _^^^^ 18.11.50.—In M ££& I0ATX0MB ,R0M NURSES FOR TRAINING A8 MIDWIVM AT THE MATERNITY TRAININO HOSPITAL Applications ar* invited from n maa bgfv; 35 for training as midwlves ..• tn. Barbara Hospital. Tha course of training i avnilahte only f.,r nurses win. have qualified for and received their Otmaral Nur I'-tudic t.r ndniKsli.il ol apnlkditl* I) i.i-iiMi'AL. i. uu Mnl jraw aH inii.ii ( on,hu,i„.n K„ i: „„,.|,„ t BertrUU) win oaatlnM .. wniul and Uilrd year cliiwn rciwcllvrly Thi'i,. will b. clum in thew subjcrin i„ :.„,. s %  i.,, i.. ;.., number of new Hudenu m, b,. ..f lhcIX.parltiii.nl .,[ F,l,.. %  ,„„., ,„. „,,,,, forwarded l„ Ihl„ 30* NoV.mbcr "' "" """"" ' il"-, n* *f' U !" ,,0 ! '•" <" "M-rtalnrd r.r.pl l,„ m ||, ,, Ul. MUwI.. aiullHrsltoiu:—m ldu..U.,„.l jiu|„„„u ,. ,, School C.rtUlrabHUndard CII I Alu-mallvrl, u III, mSori "? t ***„•? •' %  ••""" %  "d h> Hi.prlloanl. fnrmrr II „i oU,.r Motor rrarhc, mi, ^,rn,, rl „ „ r „„, 4 | .„„ u,,.,,,,,,,, ko.,1..,. „f h ,„ bJ „, ,„ „„,,.,, „„„„,,,„„ u „„„,„ „, j Uilrd ,r.i o cm md • I .PPlj 'o Ih.*,. .-ni.,,,,, .„. | rnlrr bale a > %  I The proviHions .iCITIIMCWIC of Kdin.,1 Clus.i 1 £2!" ,T ,? V e""". < %  % %  "* %  • i" '—I a ib. >\u h.ld in Ihecounlrj .1 Ih. foUowlnB .-.-,... %  si John'a Mixed SrlM.,,1 si .J,,i Mt. Tabor Schoul, Si Sp.lahu.lown Boy*. Si'hia.l. St ' I. Auflnilln,.., Boy," Softool, Si (i.i.iii. Holj Trimly Bon 1 Soli.K.1 Proapcctlvc pupils may obtain parnculan Irom ol Ih. Ccnir. in which ihov .re inl.rci.d I'. oannicMI of Educnllon. Mlh Novcmbrr, I99A IS II r further mloi in.uuni apply lo . DA COSTA A CO., 1.1 II. \., m. I-IIKISTMAS IS FAST AI'l-KOAt lll\<; — and w. hav. XMAS CRACKERS, XMAS TREES, TOYS. Coma In early and select yours. TMK cmrmuu* EMM*GHHJM (CI-HTRAL FOUNDRY LTD—Propriotora) Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets. n the age> • Maternity gad rdflfl JOHN M. BLADON FV.A. FOH REAL ESTATE RIAL ESTATE rTIONFEIf slUVFYOK itions' Huilding. GENTLEMEN! Wm. FOGARTY LTD. has many new items that should fealuit in your Wardrobe. ll H. Ill si VI.\ I.l I Y TWEEDS & TROPICAL SUITINGS thai will help lo keep you in the belier dressed bracket. SHIRTS, TIES, SOCKS & SHOES. bnve ail just been opened to mee! your Xmas Requirements. HatM raff tin Ii/. ii >i i ll InII pIvuHurv lo iiili-ml you. Wm. FOGARTV LTD.



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SalMrdai 19 5* BacbaJms Irlcai IVJU CRMTl %  rar 35 U.N. TROOPS 60 MILES FROM MANCHURIA Trinidad Ministers Lack Experience Says W.I. Committee Circular (From Our Own Cr respondent) -ONDON. Nov. 17. "|"HE West India Comir.ittio 'Circular published to-day, commenting in a leading article on the recent elections in Trinidad say.s: "To say that the results have shocked a number of well wishers of that Colony is to convey an -njidcquato impression of their reactions 22 M.Fs Want New Proposals FOR 4POWER TALKS LONDON. Nov. 17. A ||roup of 22 Labour members of Parliament called on ihe Government to-day to take the initiative by making alternative proposals to those submitted by Russia as the basis of n Four Pnwe conference The group including two members of the Party's National Executive, tabled the following motion. -This House while appreciating that His Majesty's Government have found Russian proposals for n conference of the four greal DOWWI unacceptable, urges His Majesty's Government together with the Governments of the United Slates und France, to take the initiative in putting forward .ilternative proposals as the basis for such a conference." The same group also gave notice that they would urge the Government to seek agreement through the United Nations on the line in Korea beyond which United Nations forces would not advance, so as to end the lighting as quickly as possible. Ian Mikardi. and Tom Driberg were the members of the National Executive who signed the moMlchael Foot, former member of the Executive, also signed. Conservative waning papers to-night headlined the development as "a revo't" n^ulnst. Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin '. and as "on ultimatum" to the Government. Hut members of the Labour Party denied this was tha case. The motion on Russia appreciated thut the Government bu-i found the recent Soviet proposali for Four Power tiilks unacceptable. It urged Britain with America and Franco to lake the Initiative in putting forward alternative proposals. —Reater. i rriod "ut Ri : %  ti .. Ul:< ;:., i 1 >< .i in the hand* of .. i <-c "man? cf whose DM kind of i snertenei neo t for I "Circular" *ays it does not i those lamentation* or i u the untried among :thoul the genii which will carry them high in %  >i there may be for the pro \ %  i would bo well to thai Uteri are many for ee-I tin Ills than a douche of cold British Brigade Move On Without Resistance HIS EXCELLENCY THE (IOVEBNOK Mr Qoneral M %  I w.--t Indian 8 .Is| Aronnd tho tsble with the Own { Lafl to Eight: Mr R. Csdmsii anrt Mr F II tor of Agriculture of the Leeward Island-, lit Dm Private Secretary ri W L id C A a rial -V.it'k'1 linv ..... .-aau-orD 4 Annual morning. Mi K B AiliiBtL Dlr.c V Ua tlGovernor's I' • election* In Trlnld %  I i ave Ihrowi, : %  light upon r.""'* on in Ihe Coloniog, igM about a fiu: notion UM( UM proaanl state gf -'!.. %  the wny to a lull? raproatniaUva (' %  %  n ment than, says the "Circular." %  'Hi\ • .I' have served a most •isefu' purpose. I; !• %  ii %  mo sage i leu Paulino Gr .11 ugfa I them.I died on %  day ar.er % % %  %  i i.% %  25 Jf! ir : old W.I. Cotton Industry Killed In T ~ vr l T Accident is Great/lelp lo Economic Situation i d SJOOWUM known U dressmaker t men in Hit I i. ivo labo ur e d for 'he ood of the colony. And fears of tO-dev can be removed by a 'tell In* i rense In the rank* of thos. who are prepared to curry on • heir work for the licnoflt of Ihe whole communilv "The call." -•Ids the rtrcula*"I* tn thIhniightful to he'lir trc-r^clvev'" U.S. Will Continue Marshall Plan Aid WASHINGTON. Nov. 17. The Economic Cooperation Administration, E.C.A., reported today that the United States would continue to furnish the "vital margin 1 of assistance which Marshall Plan countries needed lo rebuild their economies and to rearm. In Its ninth quarterly report for the period ending June 30 last, E.C.A. said that Western Europe must maintain and consolidate its recovery tn the face of %  'intensified Communist aggression." "In the period ahead. Ue economies of participating c untiles will hav lo support a far rea< load. "The e. ..nr.mie base upon which Western Europev security rest* must be enlarged to assure the reI ulred increase In military proud ion." the report said. —Reater 94 DROWNED RELGRADE. Nov 17 \ ferry over the river Sava In _.oatla sank in a storm otrtj Off Wednesday drowning 94 people, .lewspapers reported toil.,. it..%  ocroMry of the local vll, Poullla'l 0mnlttO*i who ordorod the ferry to sail against the ferryman's advice necBUSC h* wanted to take his sick wife m hospital escaped drowning, but died later at home About 100 pea-ants with horses and carts also insisted on crossing Iti spite of the slorm. The bow to which the guide coble was attached, broke under Ihe heavy load. A strong wind carried the ferry downstream ana n ipiiod 17 bodies had been so far recovered, reports said. Fired Six Shots LONDON NflV IT, Raymond Emmett 37. wa charged to-day with firing si %  another man outside th Soho restaurant where I'mioEli aheth was dining with Mend Inspect! r A. J. Usher, her bodyguard, rushed out and look nan in a police chase after En IM U Tin mnn shot at was Charles Coten 29. who was walking with a girl Three bullets wer.t tin Ugh hi piu.U and three through hi on coat but he was not wounded P< lie* gave no clue to the reasoi for the shooting —Can. Pre&v TlloilK So. i n Mel Rood %  I) ii the Popart inant of Agriculnfosj driven by Har!OUr1 King, of Porey Spring. St Thomoi ': %  % %  . %  walking ilong Ihe road at the time The incident took place alx>ul In 30 At the Lime 18 women, all labourers, with their boskets and nags were on th.* platform of the truck One ( >r Idem. Una Watson. % %  bof bJ| .1 i luit he was nl-^ struck Mr. L II Ul I Who Is hj charm nt Cdrington Fxperli %  i to Ihe hTOfpital in ht< rar Mr rVUefnoon told the "Advo• the lorry had tak'n OUl the labourers in drop < M plants at Pour Square and Oughterson Plantalion.s. When the accident happened they were rvlurnin dau,.' icor dauihtir: Goi.e forever It was not long tforr the new., jf the aici'icnt had circulated around Ihe small village of Botlth Disiriit which overlooks the St OoOtfM vail*? Peopl from all pORi gather*.; and various coinments could heard. Children from the South District Girl.' School, wtwn tlu-> came out for their luncnooB hot|i rWOlkWl the crowd. The Police arc carrying out Investigations under ("apt F Parris. Superintendent in charge of that area Till; WEST INDI \N sea isl > -I cotton industry is dome eal thing in prov*dtn| dollars and the advertising of %  eal liittiiin %  absolutely lirst clars, said the Governor yesterday rAornin^ on opening the Annual I htneral Meeting of the W.I. Saa Island Cotton Association at Queen's Park. Mr. R. B. Allnutl. Directo. I AgiKuUiirto( the Leeward Islanda and I'rosident of ihe Association introduced the Ciovcrnor and later thank-, d him for attending and addressing the meeting. . %  — — — — ... &.i trank Wuii.olor.l llonoiarj |fkMietary i a German Association lor the past > %  court here today for the murder of ino meeting llujn went |nti attempted Karl nine women and murder Pleil's two accomplices liolTi l sentenced to life term. Hoffmann was found guilty "I seven murders or complicity in Pleil's murders, and Schuemler > f complicity in two of I'leil's murders and one attempted murder. All three of Ihe accused were deprived for life of l/ieir elllien's rights. Ploil. a 28-year-old stocky exsoldter, sailor and blacksmith who once during the trial said, "killing is my hobby", look the sentence calmly. In its verdict the court said that all Ihe murders were committed in connection with robbery. Plcil was alreadv under a 12year prison sentence fin maoslaughter of a salesman, the only male victim of his gory : %  %  WhlM Irving Ihis term Pleil, SOCOrdUuj lo IMII ice. started confessing in an Ill-written diar;. tn a total of 22 murders Police howevei < mid only llnd evidence of iirdei*. -PUZZLE 9 BEFORE I. NATIONS i kt:; HALL ii' SMI 0 1 II ADOWa, Nov 17 I ha t'luivu Nations Oeafeoral Asaamtal) is now faced with a bewiUlermg "Chinese pui/le" of five nroWonu all interlinked The* are. 1 A complaint from Pekim; about lh" Ani.'iii in I unit ing of Manchurian towns -' A >econI I Of the United Mates I vonUl rieei in Formosac %  3 The Niilionahst th i v. • %  on HUM S lYl I SIOII I aiding Communists BUMS tl" i A resolution sponsored b> Britain. America and othei powers calling on Chinese Communists to withdraw then troops from Korea. 5 A charge by San Salvadoi. that ihe Peking fiovemnn.' has permitted nggressin'i against the autonomous region of Tttwt tuimg these five Items is the proposal for Canada to set up .i special committee |a Mint. the iiuesuon that China—Nationalist or Communist—should re icprcviied in the t'mteil N.rlmn Bomo myalor] still BUVTOUBIII tsM HTlVal ben ->f the delegation fron I'ekmn on whose presence leirlv all narts of the nunlo do%  tl %  < %  Reuler. TOKYO, Nov 17 (JN1T£D NATIONS troops pushed forward to within 60 miles (as the crow flies) of'the Man churian border to night after another day of slow unspectacular advance in Northwest Kor* a Communists gave ground easily, showing no inclin ation to stand and flght as they were pressed back further against the border. British Commonwealth and South Korean troops moved on 3 miles during the day almost unopposed to a point about 6 miles north of Pakchon on the left flank of the Chong chon River bridgehead Further west. South Koreans rfighting hard for control of road running from Kunun to Nepal Troops Get Ready T O DEFEND CITY m ni si III< III II .tii Mb tfyman |ri ''" *al Mr. Twyinan is Chainuuii 0. %  die Nagoiiaung Con 11 tmbtrs of usa Adi I or* Com' mitaso The masting u tloalhn wtl i n various aspecLH i>f th. i | tSM markol wilh particular rclciviui to 0M change in conditions dorm* the last 12 months. Long Term Agreement Among tha many items thai *iH fall under that head will be tut question of a long term *grccmen! with the It.iw (Villon Com-1 riilfsion, past control In the Carrbcan area, seed sol' th* unction of increasiii^ in the area thi Imp rtatton of %  i . -t' %  i i-~l: inc (Governor said: One of the loss oni moro pleasant ukskl "I UHJ 'iovi-rnor of Barbados U to welcome t'onferences to tins island. It is mile clear why Confidences conic lo this island, because it Is thi most pleasant, most happy ami %  nost efficient island in the CarlbDOOO, I hope that it will not be considered Invidious if I orfer a specia' word of welcome lo Mi Twymao Chairman of tie Negotiating Committee In Lordor he nriKinsl members of the Ad%  i i 'ommlttae lo %  > I om dint other islands In Caribbean owe so much. I have looked lo llnd a special reason why you are huliling th: Conference in Barbado 1 hM\ given the obvious roaso ni 1 knot that owing to unforesci tiiiee-%  • is not possible to hoi I'ollilt Rffumil Entry To U.S. LONDON, NOV IT A men en has refused to nllm 1 nmunlsl Parly Secretary Harry Pollitt und vlce-chau man Palmer l>ult Into 'he Unite i Str. u, attenO UM AJMIWIX Communsfl Parly Nath unl Convention The Rrlllsh Commtinis: Pally OstOCUtJVO announced tomglit that the American Embass' in London has refused entry visalo two party leaders chosen at fraternal delegates to the confer-] Bstoi utlve said that ihi Amsi kau ropl) | %  appear they are inuml.ttmih idmiSMlile under the Interim Beeurita Act IMO which provide I [or the exclusion of aliens seekng to enter the Uniti-.] States lo urganise. join, affiliate with o j participate in activities or an> | rgiinlsation registered untfCl th< I Bubvi rsivo Control Act IUSU The Executive protested agains' im i,i i, tam DELHI. Nov IT. N'|;ali Coogri today preparing to defend Blrganj, seat of their savon das i %  | %  • %  i %  uuM India tw'respondonl reported from 'hrganj ( T 1H 1(|IMI| I Ml llCI I Ct-ll r to have 0000 t.iken l>> Bill %  sodden Bwroon by Mats forces were "offertng sufl resistance cording tn foneres* BOUI I These reports also BOld that Kit invaders had eapn %  t,ii|>ui. .i lull r Nepal 8" miles southeast • Khatm.imlu. Nt|.,d s capital %  eg lighting is i l). the, tl Nepal which trtHius sttacki sources added tUerultmenl "* Gurkhas for Ihe llntlsli Aimv hal been Interrupted bj tl i trouble in their mountain hotneland \ i> \he recruits and this took place without snv orders being given %  ted Branch also gav > -i-|iv snd the runctlon ended with the beating of the Retreat The Police Band attended 1 ag tas baton fresa Ru Osorgs Besl at yssterday'i Passip; Cu, Psrads. Fin* Destroys Cotton LONDON. Nov 17 Firr was discovered yesterday aboard the Brazilian steamer Lolde Chile bound from Santos ^ to Barcelona. Lloyds reported from Barcelona to-day. The fin1 nlMMit 200 bales of otlon fn the h'.td bo. fo-e it wji extinguished ler. • en page 3 Congress Cheer Attack On U.S. I BY SVIIN\ Wr.l.I.ANDl WARSAW, Nov. 17. Five thousand people attending the Wor'd Peace Congress 1 rounded by painting of Ihe White Clover jumped to their feet here to-day and cheered an attack ihe United Slates. Thei;applause lasted for rrtinille* when the French Atom Scientist Professor Frederic Jo] lot-Curie said that the 'Amer.can conception of civilisation" was leading lo war. To-days first full-scale meet Ing look place in a cotrVO U I glassoofed printing works. When Mrs. Jessie Street, leadet of the Australian delegation took her place as chairman at the end of thts morning's session, the Pol sh youth In national costumes staged an organised demonstration shouting "long live peace' and "Stalin" Hushing up to members of the "peace" movement of the World Executive." they handed eocl brilliantly coloured )ewelled scarf studded with %  ss>.-" la ...<-, uuiauenai —Reuter TRINIDAD UKBLY TO %7£P UP HUNTING l-OHT-OF-SI'AIN. Nov 14. Shark hunting In Trinidad Is likely tn be stepped up In view Is exports of dried shark to Cermany soon, Mr. A A Douglas. Acting Controller of Imports end Bxports, told a Press Confere Nothing has been definite!' dei i'le.1 in respect of transaction with Germany, but Mr. Doug la i %  j |o 1 Ml that interested persons COUld COnta.'. 'In Kl-iierie DA,., Mr Douglas said that experiments on shark oil had been eon ducted before, anil reports were saxl to DO fairly encouraging fo> ng of a shark oil industry Itroun Kavtf Thanks OEORQfCTOWN, Ii <: Nuv 17, The Bffllsh Oul lhanki frean Rouse Of ComBaons f"r their gift of four silver %  Ht inkstands in the new House of Commns These cams in a letier on an illuminated scroll frim ih. Kpeakei Douglas Clifton Brown I I .. > -llctiey the


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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. \o\ FMBF.R l 1130 CcUiib CaUitiq M R. CHARLES E MKHKll.L urivrd in Barbados by air ytstrrdav from New Trinidad Mr. Merrill is the new owner of "Canerteld". Si Tl.otne> vrkk-h tiaed to lw> own.,,, Mrnwyton, the former Mn K Smbrricoa. He WM met at Se-'weU hv Mr and M-s Colin Cm\ stayed with last yaw when hvlalted Barbados. Mr. Merrill emset.s his wife to iotn him shartly On arrival In Trinidad. Mr. Merrill chartered a B.W.I.A. pWne> which landed al Scawell at approximately irtjo am. Accompanying him were his valet and Miss Katherine O'Cunn. II. %  trained nurse. Mr. Merrill is a partner of Merrill, Lynch & Co.. and Director o( Patc.iog\jcPlymouth Mills. He is a Banker by profession Soft spoken and with a charming personality. Mr. Merrill told Carib. he visited Barbados for a month last year and liked it so much that he has come back for a longer holiday. Arrived On Wednesday M R. ARTHUR De LIMA. Managing Director of Me-ss-.< Y. De Uniii C<>. I.i.l „mv* %  Uma, Managing Director of Trinidad Jewellery and l.oan in Trinidad and Mn n* JJ Mi and Mrs. De Um:i nn' stayifig al Leaton on Sea B.B.C. Radio Programme *1U.>AY T kja, T., AnUrW 7 Ik %  The Nm. 19 ] 1 i am Rarm pealaT* t w-. Simultaneous Exhibition N EXT week, the UNESCO Travelling Print Exhibition .11 be exhibited simultaneously the British Council. Wakeneld ..tid the Barbados Museum The < Kbibitton consists of colour reproductions of painting.from ||M 1041 Short Viait ARTHUR it THOMPSON. P 'evident of "CKantecler | it onu taw.". H E i %  *. I p.* brl... M" lt>w. I 1 p.ni Uin. 1 S f, n \ K><>w. r > i av Boneki trpm u, r Shewa. a IS pav .rswh-r. pnd. J.JQ p m |_pT< %  •;< < %  • TW Mr — •tap.. fM jar::. Mu.lr for Dm Hou84*wives' GuidePrtata .i Cttfaaga bang when the Avaraie -becked yesterday were:— Cabbage 36 cents per lb. ButTei eat n oeoti | ••' Ill HSIARINA fill arnM STI.AKS CHIPH II \ Mill MM A HOT DOGS MIMtTI'RE BILLIARDS and DAKTS /> I YC/.V6' \NI> BA BATHING MNJD BAR smVH ( 44 ll.un. a lay Bvery Day. I'rui nrtor U.E WAMK %  _'-*-V<<<<*yxjW<^0 o.o e e eft 3 llll fffsW] WrVHW/r Of Ih,FAWL1 SHOt IMS// II! New Schol.irihip A £300 :scholarship i n literature r . for West Indian students is U) be Treated by the CongregalOnel Union ->f England, ScotLmd iiul Wales. To raise funds a pubic subscription list has been %  pened for a bronze head of the ale Dr. Harold MooC.le of Jamaica. Analyau. IIS pat bh.< Neva. 1t p. W-.ll* ftaviu aW tiar*. • p. MI Radio Hawarvpl. l.'B p ..> Da pen am#* which looked after the social N % %  "' %  aeonompr welfare of 20 000 On Short Holiday M ISS MABEL Ruth Wilkir MORT who Sr md MI HRIV1NG m Barbados on k Tuesday by H W.I A from 1-iHi.i for a holiday were Mr. (i Mrs. Sydney H Friend who •Uying at the Ocean View ...M I laughter Mrs. Mary Wei* San Francisco California. Th. tint part of their holiday w* spent In St Thomas ana the arrived from there a few da> afo via Trinidad KING are due to leave thlmornlng on the K.W.I.A. Charter flight for Trinidad to connect Tl *A ' Vancouver left yesterMotel 1th the T.C.A. weekly flight for dnv &> B.W.I.A. for Trinidad and Mr. Friend W Cost Surveyor for Canada Mr. King Is on leave and w 1 connect with the T.C A High'Messrs Holland and Hannen and they are spending ihclr haliday ,^ morning lor Bermuda, whenCubilts. Contractors who are now in Toronto. Ibaj Plan to .pond a couple of engaged In the rebuilding of D iouririK' (.ariDDean othai l C A. staff memucn who Mrs. Friend may be rememberR. I. D. PR I DIE. Adviser to have been holldaving in Barbadox %  ""' iormer Mn Edith the Colonial Office in England, we due lo leave thlx morning Ploissac, M.B.E. of the Hotel St. who is now on a tour of the CarloThey are Miss Lucy Curcy and Antomne in Si I.ucia a'.d frebeen territories 15 at present 1.1 Miss Maxime Grant Who are air "uent visitor to this inland. Trinidad He expects to he there hostesses on TCA'i dome*ti !_ u s? D about ten days and ironthere InflighU. Mr. Allan Wilson and Mr. Were Mere for KaceS Hector Levae who are stationed 1"| R J E R 0 "* and Mr A In Montreal, Mr and Mrs Chartei *-*• Neckles of Grenada, returnPiilisav. Mr. Palisav is also in ed home on Wednesday night by Montreal and Capt and Mr*, the "I.ady Nchon" after spending Lawrence Brewln. Capt Brewln a holiday They had come over T.C A. pilot tin the November Races and were staying at the Worth! Engaged Oucat House. Hr Reel who Li Port Health lioie Ihe steed oreu' nigh. And left his lord afar; And if my tale (which 1 hope Mr Mujnu 1..iuii 1 excuse) should "take uu stoh, I'll clrtke the Ilohl pullar. PLAZA Theatre — QiSTiN mni iaai hwirj & %  KONt. OF llll MUFTI M" 111 run pitTt'Bia O.H^r: HOI.AND at CISCO Kid in "GAY CAVALIER" IB -1 MDA1 I %  > a-ai rat. %  !. II. 11. A draeae at Kspraw iiua. iai i. Pat up at •osnaBoe*. I7i IS. To so Hlnw. tl) IS, crtwioisiT Maaed. Ill J" tmn e* 4 ehapr Utaii LaMtii S oaJ>. 11. Ill |i OfFn t w. tnan* peopi> ai .nt'iT ot taia look. '* Bl Ten H-* in fuatd room i9l aeva 1, UMJB sa*ss> as tfw tomavie J\rouali a e* %  1 i. US) <•**> BM llrhhnM Uiui. ( 1 < rdu'il awl U.M unooilM. ii l. It's a rtsMsti ksssa ata—ure. %  l 1 ** pijlasaaoo haa eUattr of lli"I AU irrnwu nfen aar a aBruu aaTJt —! " Hfour in .1 bar uiuaavait < rluch a PHS at " l beul, ind puki %  i yella* ob!< out oi the l U r. t* er. an hn wty but Rupert •rindi asiina m iitorushmerit at whi ha 11 holding. "Surely a can't be." he braathai. Yei a u. ilieie can't be i mmakr, it's t rttl pnmrone. .1 teal live oat I So Ferdy * wrong. Thcic tit Astaain piimroHi. Thai Gipt> wasn't teiiing me. Thia u wonderful. Where en lock hive found *>" To-night Dine at CLUB MORGAN and enjoy n drllclou* Steak or Southern Fried Chicken Dinner IIA.XI: To Uie laeSdad*! pepptaal wlng music with ALICI ARMSTnONa o' ih.jiiano l<.r oinfiiiuoii.* Enrcrfai'iiurrH. DIAL 4000 FOR DINNER RESERVATIONS Listen to the Club Morgan Hit Paradera at 8 15 on Radio Distribution PLASTICINE HARBUTT FOR SCHOOLS & GIFTS 24c. 45c. 90c 96c. & 1.80 par box Assorted Mufti-Blade PENKNIVES 2 5 60c TOYS: Upstairs Whitfields Ground Floor Evans Continental 36 PRINTED SPUN Excellent Draping Quality UNIQUE DESIGNS $1.08 Only al Evans & Wh.ld.lds THaff; IWI -A. i> nauuen llfinn-uti> loin liiniufor Iliiisiimis • Wc con supply >our requircmenln : KEADY MIXED PAINTS—all sizes HALLS DISTKMl'EK— 7 Ih. & 14 lb. tins SIGMAKINE FLAT ESAMEI,—J B ln. & 1 gin. tins SKiMAVAR WATERPROOF VARNISH-} (In 1 Kin. and 1 gin tins ENAMELS—all colours and sizes BROWN VARNISH MAHIM1ANV STAIN LINSEED OIL MATERIALS & COLOURS Cor Mixinu Palntl. THE BARBADOS rO-OPKIIATIVK COTTON I Al lOlll LTD. -BF-C==?=gg5 Ltll'llll TO-DAY ii. & 8.30 and Caiitiiiiiiiu: Marlon BRANDO — Teresa WRIGHT Stanley Kramers •THE MEN Eveicll SLOANK— JacK WKBM IMIXY TO-DAV a 4.3* TOMORKOW nd 8 15 Republic Big Double Robert ROCKWELL Barbara FULLER Gorgeous GEORGE ALIAS THE CHAMP and •HOME IN KVOMIM; AUTRY and Smiley HL'HNKTT IIOVAL HI nil A KIHIIKKOH 4.36 and M 30 Republ Big DcuMr AUTI v i... .I i -SlOtS CITY SUE" CENTLE GANGSTER" Marlon MC1.AXE OLYMPIC TO-DAY lo MONDAY 4.30 and 1.11 Hipublir Smasbing Double) Ruth TERRY A Roberl LIVING "TELL II TO A STAR" AXD THE MAGNIFICENT ROGUE" GLOBE THEATRE aToday to Tuesday 5 & 8*30 p.m. A HIGH VOLTAGE THRILLERS %  ZZmm Gallery Of Great Performances In The Drama Of 1950! STEM.IM H4TDEN., v„ •OM .1 Ikiu atyt IN W II > I •• %  IIK tali ami IH aaall" LOUIS CALHERN ,, "Crtaai n oal, a lilt.liandad fana al hamaa iltaaglal" JEMIUIM../M/ "I aaa'l call II ay nea Ii wanlid fai • kill i| rap ...h'i my maal" "I kaaa Wi laa I kaaa MM haillaaai. to oaaa |ataK %  na Iai craakai tail. SAM JAFFE "I aaal M an Uaa a kin*. WaaMairaaiy WMkam" JOH. MclKTInE „ H., "Suaaaia %  • hoa aa taHca faita—Hia kvafla WIBI. MM uinlMli loki awl" EVANS and Dial 4606 So WHITFIELDS Your Shoe Stores. FAMOUS MINORS ACCLAIM IT! "A gnal piclura lull af "Ixlreerdlnary Picture." %  riVMvi.d ud. ,..„. %  "Tha typrama axampl. ef "One of the meal exetHna %  Icturet I've •vee teen." "Th.Alpha I. Jvngle'ltJehn Hutten*t tent picture." *gje>^ lj. *^v ^NS*^' KM limit mm Mmm NJ-BOOKINGS OPEN OLOI BOOKINGS OPEN Gl.oBE THEA IIUHSDAV :>nl 5 A 1M I'M DY GRAHAM'S SUUK -TOPPIB-' TtllHBN UVOJ1 LOCAL !" 1 ATOmON TWmROW t !"!" '' ? 3 A M - A ' TALENT N1TE WINNERS (l.2nd i 3rdl of th. J. 11 50: 10 11 -SO. 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U.N. TROOPS 60 MILES FROM MANCHURIA
Trinidad Ministers
Lack Experience
Says W.I. Committee Circular
(From Our Own Cr respondent)
-ONDON. Nov. 17.
"|"HE West India Comir.ittio 'Circular published
to-day, commenting in a leading article on the
recent elections in Trinidad say.s: "To say that the
results have shocked a number of well wishers of
that Colony is to convey an -njidcquato impression
of their reactions "
22 M.Fs Want
New Proposals
FOR 4POWER TALKS
LONDON. Nov. 17.
A ||roup of 22 Labour members
of Parliament called on ihe Gov-
ernment to-day to take the initia-
tive by making alternative pro-
posals to those submitted by Rus-
sia as the basis of n Four Pnwe
conference
The group including two mem-
bers of the Party's National Exe-
cutive, tabled the following mo-
tion.
-This House while appreciating
that His Majesty's Government
have found Russian proposals for
n conference of the four greal
DOWWI unacceptable, urges His
Majesty's Government together
with the Governments of the
United Slates und France, to take
the initiative in putting forward
.ilternative proposals as the basis
for such a conference."
The same group also gave notice
that they would urge the Govern-
ment to seek agreement through
the United Nations on the line in
Korea beyond which United Na-
tions forces would not advance,
so as to end the lighting as quick-
ly as possible.
Ian Mikardi. and Tom Driberg
were the members of the Nation-
al Executive who signed the mo-
Mlchael Foot, former member of
the Executive, also signed.
Conservative waning
papers to-night headlined the de-
velopment as "a revo't" n^ulnst.
Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin'.
and as "on ultimatum" to the
Government.
Hut members of the Labour
Party denied this was tha case.
The motion on Russia appreci-
ated thut the Government bu-i
found the recent Soviet proposali
for Four Power tiilks unaccept-
able.
It urged Britain with America
and Franco to lake the Initiative
in putting forward alternative
proposals. Reater.
i rriod "ut Ri :

. ti .. Ul:< -
. ;:., i
1 >< .i in the hand* of .. i <-c .
"man? cf whose dm
kind of i snertenei
neo t for I
"Circular" *ays it does not
i those lamentation* or
* i u the untried among
:thoul the genii
which will carry them high in
>i there
may be for the pro
" \ i would bo well to
thai Uteri are many
for ee--
I tin Ills than a douche of cold
British Brigade Move On
Without Resistance
HIS EXCELLENCY THE (IOVEBNOK Mr
Qoneral M I w.--t Indian 8 .- Is|
Aronnd tho tsble with the Own {
Lafl to Eight: Mr R. Csdmsii anrt Mr F II
tor of Agriculture of the Leeward Island-, lit Dm
Private Secretary
ri W L
id C A a
rial -V.it'k'1
linv ..... .-aau-orD .
---------4-----
Annual
morning.
Mi K B AiliiBtL Dlr.c
V Ua tl- Governor's
I' election* In Trlnld I i
ave Ihrowi, : light upon
r.""'* on in Ihe Coloniog,
igM about a fiu:
notion Um( um proaanl state gf
, -'!.. the wny
to a lull? raproatniaUva (' . n
ment than, says the "Circular."
'Hi- \ .I' have served a most
isefu' purpose. "
I; ! ii ,
" mo sage i leu Paulino Gr
.11 ugfa
I them.I died on ' day ar.er
' i i.-
25Jf!ir:old W.I. Cotton Industry
Killed In T ~ vr l T
Accident is Great/lelp lo
Economic Situation
i
d SJOOWUM
known U
dressmaker
t men in Hit I
i. ivo laboured for 'he ood of
the colony. And fears of tO-dev
can be removed by a 'tell
In- i rense In the rank* of thos.
who are prepared to curry on
heir work for the licnoflt of Ihe
whole communilv "The call."
-Ids the rtrcula*- "I* tn th-
Ihniightful to he'lir trc-r^clvev'"
U.S. Will Continue
Marshall Plan Aid
WASHINGTON. Nov. 17.
The Economic Cooperation Ad-
ministration, E.C.A., reported to-
day that the United States would
continue to furnish the "vital mar-
gin1' of assistance which Marshall
Plan countries needed lo rebuild
their economies and to rearm. In
Its ninth quarterly report for the
period ending June 30 last, E.C.A.
said that Western Europe must
maintain and consolidate its re-
covery tn the face of 'intensified
Communist aggression."
"In the period ahead. Ue econo-
mies of participating c untiles
will hav lo support a far rea<
load.
"The e. ..nr.mie base upon which
Western Europev security rest*
must be enlarged to assure the re-
Iulred increase In military pro-
ud ion." the report said.
Reater
94 DROWNED
RELGRADE. Nov 17
\ ferry over the river Sava In
_.oatla sank in a storm otrtj Off
Wednesday drowning 94 people,
.lewspapers reported to-
il.,.
it..- ocroMry of the local vll-
, Poullla'l 0mnlttO*i who or-
dorod the ferry to sail against the
ferryman's advice necBUSC h*
wanted to take his sick wife m
hospital escaped drowning, but
died later at home
About 100 pea-ants with horses
and carts also insisted on crossing
Iti spite of the slorm.
The bow to which the guide
coble was attached, broke under
Ihe heavy load. A strong wind
carried the ferry downstream ana
n ipiiod
17 bodies had been so far re-
covered, reports said.
Fired Six Shots
LONDON NflV IT,
Raymond Emmett 37. wa
charged to-day with firing si
another man outside th
Soho restaurant where I'mio-
Eli aheth was dining with Mend
Inspect! r A. J. Usher, her body-
guard, rushed out and look nan
in a police chase after En IM U Tin
mnn shot at was Charles Coten
29. who was walking with a girl
Three bullets wer.t tin Ugh hi
piu.U and three through hi on
coat but he was not wounded
P< lie* gave no clue to the reasoi
for the shooting Can. Pre&v
TlloilK
So. i n Mel Rood

I) ii the Popart inant of Agricul-
nfosj driven by Har-
!OUr1 King, of Porey Spring. St
Thomoi ':.. walking
ilong Ihe road at the time The
incident took place alx>ul In 30
At the Lime 18 women, all
labourers, with their boskets and
nags were on th.* platform of the
truck One (>r Idem. Una Watson.
bof bJ|
.1 i luit he was nl-^ struck
Mr. L II Ul I Who Is hj
charm nt Cdrington Fxperl-
i i to Ihe
hTOfpital in ht< rar
Mr rVUefnoon told the "Advo-
the lorry had tak'n
OUl the labourers in drop < M
plants at Pour Square and
Oughterson Plantalion.s. When
the accident happened they
were rvlurnin<- tci their |
Can line Gieeiii..^!'. nu.lher .il
.ne nead woman, was 0
Btopk Qron riantaliou at tha
Hum ii Mi.- oecucfeonco
gol on his bicycle and
all her. While ho was reluming
with Caroline on the bur it broke
and she was wounded under her
right eye She arrive.! on tin
pliuj and piactically u
: .iition All her
shouts were: "M> dau,.'
icor dauihtir: Goi.e forever
It was not long tforr the new.,
jf the aici'icnt had circulated
around Ihe small village of
Botlth Disiriit which overlooks
the St OoOtfM vail*? Peopl
from all pORi gather*.;
and various coinments could
heard. Children from the South
District Girl.' School, wtwn tlu->
came out for their luncnooB hot|i
rWOlkWl the crowd.
The Police arc carrying out
Investigations under ("apt F
Parris. Superintendent in charge
of that area
Till; WEST INDI \N sea isl > -I cotton industry is dome
eal thing in prov*dtn| dollars and the advertising of
eal liittiiin absolutely lirst clars, said
the Governor yesterday rAornin^ on opening the Annual
I htneral Meeting of the W.I. Saa Island Cotton Association
at Queen's Park.
Mr. R. B. Allnutl. Directo. I AgiKuUiirt- o( the Lee-
ward Islanda and I'rosident of ihe Association introduced
the Ciovcrnor and later thank-, d him for attending and
addressing the meeting.
. . ... &.i trank Wuii.olor.l llonoiarj
|fkMietary i r< --era Association and a l)i
Master KUler
Imprisoned
For Life
|_. | XUm WM I
Couon AftM-tiatH.
Islam.
moeuag, He described In a
II ball too story of the forina-
in and o( the srork win... UM /
elation had attempted to do foi
number of years.
BRUNSWICK, Nov. 17. I After thanking Mr. Waraofol
It.t i..,f I'lnl. self-vtyled "master in. his interesting paper. Mr
ex kiihr' waa sentenced to im- I Aiinutt ravlowod the work of tin
prtsonment for life b> a German Association lor the past >
court here today for the murder of ino meeting llujn went |nti
attempted
Karl
nine women and
murder
Pleil's two accomplices
liolTi
l sentenced to life term.
Hoffmann was found guilty "I
seven murders or complicity in
Pleil's murders, and Schuemler > f
complicity in two of I'leil's mur-
ders and one attempted murder.
All three of Ihe accused were
deprived for life of l/ieir elllien's
rights. ,
Ploil. a 28-year-old stocky ex-
soldter, sailor and blacksmith who
once during the trial said, "killing
is my hobby", look the sentence
calmly.
In its verdict the court said
that all Ihe murders were com-
mitted in connection with rob-
bery.
Plcil was alreadv under a 12-
year prison sentence fin mao-
slaughter of a salesman, the
only male victim of his gory
:
WhlM Irving Ihis term Pleil,
SOCOrdUuj lo imiIice. started con-
fessing in an Ill-written diar;. tn a
total of 22 murders Police how-
evei < mid only llnd evidence of
iirdei*.
-PUZZLE9'
BEFORE
I. NATIONS
i kt:; hall ii'
, SMI 0 1 II ADOWa,
Nov 17
I ha t'luivu Nations Oeafeoral As-
aamtal) is now faced with a be-
wiUlermg "Chinese pui/le" of five
nroWonu all interlinked The*
are.
1 A complaint from Pekim;
about lh" Ani.'iii in I unit
ing of Manchurian towns
-' A >econ ..l out American Off
against Formosa, by QlS |>i
I Of the United Mates
I vonUl rieei in Formosac

3 The Niilionahst
th i v.
'on HUM
S lYl
I
SIOII I
aiding Communists BUMS tl"
i A resolution sponsored b>
Britain. America and othei
powers calling on Chinese
Communists to withdraw
then troops from Korea.
5 A charge by San Salvadoi.
that ihe Peking fiovemnn.'
has permitted nggressin'i
against the autonomous re-
gion of Tttwt
tuimg these five Items
is the proposal for Canada to set
up .i special committee |a Mint.
the iiuesuon that ChinaNation-
alist or Communistshould re
icprcviied in the t'mteil N.rlmn
Bomo myalor] still buvtoubiIi
tsM HTlVal ben ->f the delegation
fron I'ekmn on whose presence
leirlv all narts of the nunlo do-
tl < Reuler.
TOKYO, Nov 17
(JN1TD NATIONS troops pushed forward to
within 60 miles (as the crow flies) of'the Man
churian border to night after another day of slow
unspectacular advance in Northwest Kor* a
Communists gave ground easily, showing no inclin
ation to stand and flght as they were pressed back
further against the border. British Commonwealth
and South Korean troops moved on 3 miles during
the day almost unopposed to a point about 6 miles
north of Pakchon on the left flank of the Chong
chon River bridgehead
Further west. South Koreans
r- fighting hard for control of
road running from Kunun to
Nepal Troops
Get Ready
tO DEFEND CITY
m
ni si III< III II
.tii Mb tfyman |ri ''" *al .
Mr. Twyinan is Chainuuii 0.
_ die Nagoiiaung Con
11 tmbtrs of usa Adi I or* Com'
mitaso
The masting u tloalhn wtl i n
various aspecLH i>f th. i | tSM
markol wilh particular rclciviui
to 0M change in conditions do-
rm* the last 12 months.
Long Term Agreement
Among tha many items thai *iH
fall under that head will be tut
question of a long term *grcc-
men! with the It.iw (Villon Com-1
riilfsion, past control In the Car-
rbcan area, seed sol'
th* unction of increasiii^ in the
area thi Imp rtatton of
i -t' i i-~l: .
inc (Governor said:
One of the loss oni
moro pleasant ukskl "I UhJ 'iov-
i-rnor of Barbados U to welcome
t'onferences to tins island. It is
mile clear why Confidences conic
lo this island, because it Is thi
most pleasant, most happy ami
nost efficient island in the Carlb-
dooo,
I hope that it will not be con-
sidered Invidious if I orfer a specia'
word of welcome lo Mi Twymao
Chairman of tie Negotiating
Committee In Lordor
he nriKinsl members of the Ad-
i i 'ommlttae lo > I om
dint other islands In
Caribbean owe so much.
I have looked lo llnd a special
reason why you are huliling th:
Conference in Barbado 1 hM\
given the obvious roasoni 1 knot
that owing to unforesci
tiiiee-- is not possible to hoi
I'ollilt Rffumil
Entry To U.S.
LONDON, NOV IT
A men en has refused to nllm
1 nmunlsl Parly Secre-
tary Harry Pollitt und vlce-chau
man Palmer l>ult Into 'he Unite i
Str. u, attenO Um AjmiWix
Communsfl Parly Nath unl Con-
vention The Rrlllsh Commtinis:
Pally OstOCUtJVO announced to-
mglit that the American Embass'
in London has refused entry visa-
lo two party leaders chosen at
fraternal delegates to the confer-]
Bstoi utlve said that ihi '
Amsi kau ropl) |
appear they are inuml.ttmih
idmiSMlile under the Interim
Beeurita Act IMO which provide I
[or the exclusion of aliens seek-
ng to enter the Uniti-.] States lo
urganise. join, affiliate with o j
participate in activities or an> |
rgiinlsation registered untfCl th< I
Bubvi rsivo Control Act iusu
The Executive protested agains'
im i,i i,
tam DELHI. Nov it.
N'|;ali Coogri
today preparing to defend
Blrganj, seat of their savon das
i | fftats Irw ;" sttat kod Rai rvanlpaui
fi rnUos northeast of tha > i
uuM India tw'respondonl
reported from 'hrganj
( T 1H 1- (|IMI| I Ml llCI I Ct-ll r
to have 0000 t.iken l>> Bill
sodden Bwroon by Mats forces
were "offertng sufl resistance
cording tn foneres* boui i
These reports also BOld that
Kit invaders had eapn
t,ii|>ui. .i lull r
Nepal 8" miles southeast
Khatm.imlu. Nt|.,d s capital
' eg lighting is i
l). the, tl
Nepal which
trtHius sttacki
sources added tUerultmenl "*
Gurkhas for Ihe llntlsli Aimv hal
been Interrupted bj tl i
trouble in their mountain hotne-
land from a usuallv reliable source a
Kaxaui on the IMO-Nopa] borooi
Congraai troops wi-ic pnn-iin..
lot a second attack on Bhauraws
koj inwii in west Nepal, a Pres.
rrusl India ootraopanaant r^ixirt
..it from th*- initisn town t nu-
timwi, after a visit lo id. rrtetl
I)i K I Singh, leading. Ihe
Congress troops, tnhl IOITeS0On
.lent that the previou- ..thick oil
the town had l'en made an mi-
uthoriaed orders. The oorreg.
pondent round 2.000 Confrsoi
troops, mostly ragged i
irmed with sticks walling for the
'Ina h "I no unlfiniii' aixi "err
Bhlvanni In tha arunof iniid.
Rruter
Communists straddleil
J the road, "car Kumiri and artillery
lire made it completely un
Uoitad Nations troops made
to-day's gains without bTesMui
the rigid line uiaintame.1 for the
I past week. In whleti Ihoy ha.t
advanced about 15 miles from
I ihongchon i i
Renter correspondent Alex Val-
entine reported from American
Eighth Army Headquarters.
General Walton Walker, Uniseti
Nations Ground Forces CofSfoaHp
Field
Commanders not to open
their ranks
800th Koreans on the risfat
link ran intu tnnibli- from eouut-
e< attacks
Both sides seemed to be con-
-cntrating mainly on avoiding
nis in their lines which would
inen the way for flank attacks.
Making Ready
An Anienen
cer said that
believed i< 11
buffer defence
Vniu River
front.
Intelligence Offl-
ommunists were
reparmg a lS-milo
"me south of the
< hi the northern
marines renched
the lower PdHe nf the Chnsin
Kent. 1
PIECK ON HAVE
ItEHLIN. Nov 17.
Is i Gern n Prs I lent W Inetm
r.e, 1 1, r, Berlin to-lay f^ 1 the
BovW I Dion w lotu naeis'
nadieal treatment Hevt.r
Conesrn vat growing over
guerilla attacks behind the United
Nation- hues. Bands up to 300
strong were dispersed to-day at
various points on supply routes
Qhtfivci* IwHcve an anti-guerilla
OnwoerW may \- mounted shortly
SiNHialUt ins true tors have begun
classes on how to fight and live
in the Held through the bitter
Korean winter. an American
spokesman said. The new United
Nations Commission fop unifica-
tion and rehabilitation of Korea
will mm in Korea on November
23. An advance party has been
<.....Ii 'he South Korean cspl-
i-rnl weeksRenter.
foi
TEU TflK ADVOCATE TIIK NEWS
Mm 1113 D.iy er Night.
enT TIIK ADVOCATE PAYS FOR NEWH,
30 Recruits
"Pass Out"
4 WOMEN IN SQUAD
Thirta racrults of tii.
P r" 1 lour Po-
- Parade .,: tlu TraJnSpi School,
Dbtrtd "A" yesterday nftr moon
Alth ii^li passing nut" Ihe four
potseowoman will undergo I
ifitr trdining in clerical work
OfffJ Shannon
i wtta a baton foi befn|
tne best recruit. Runner up
1 C 2r!l Cuthberl Chandler
The pri'-eillation was 1
.'ar George Seel. Head of Colo-
ma' Development & Welf.re
. ho inspected the recruits on ar-
rival. The squad of recn
v.ere under the command of In-
pectoi ROfd
A crowd, representing all
tions of the community, was pre-
sent On arrival Sir George See
w as met by Col. R. T
Commissioner of Police
There was a drill displ.>\ i>
\he recruits and this took place
without snv orders being given
ted Branch also gav
> -i-|iv snd the runctlon ended
with the beating of the Retreat
The Police Band attended
1
ag tas baton fresa Ru Osorgs Besl at yssterday'i Passip; Cu, Psrads.
Fin* Destroys Cotton
LONDON. Nov 17
Firr was discovered yesterday
aboard the Brazilian steamer
Lolde Chile bound from Santos
^ to Barcelona. Lloyds reported
! from Barcelona to-day. The fin-
1 nlMMit 200 bales of
otlon fn the h'.td bo-
. fo-e it wji extinguished
ler.
en page 3
Congress Cheer
Attack On U.S.
I By SVIIN\ Wr.l.I.ANDl
WARSAW, Nov. 17.
Five thousand people attending
the Wor'd Peace Congress 1
rounded by painting of Ihe White
Clover jumped to their feet here
to-day and cheered an attack
ihe United Slates.
Thei;- applause lasted for
rrtinille* when the French Atom
Scientist Professor Frederic
Jo] lot-Curie said that the 'Amer-
.can conception of civilisation"
was leading lo war.
To-days first full-scale meet
Ing look place in a cotrVO U I
glass- oofed printing works. When
Mrs. Jessie Street, leadet of the
Australian delegation took her
place as chairman at the end of
thts morning's session, the Pol sh
youth In national costumes staged
an organised demonstration shout-
ing "long live peace' and "Stalin"
Hushing up to members of the
"peace" movement of the World
Executive." they handed eocl
brilliantly coloured )ewelled
scarf studded with
ss>.-" la ...<-, uuiauenai
Reuter
TRINIDAD UKBLY TO
%7P UP HUNTING
l-OHT-OF-SI'AIN. Nov 14.
Shark hunting In Trinidad Is
likely tn be stepped up In view
Is exports of dried shark
to Cermany soon, Mr. A A Doug-
las. Acting Controller of Imports
end Bxports, told a Press Confer-
e Nothing has been definite!'
dei i'le.1 in respect of transaction
with Germany, but Mr. Doug la i
j |o 1 Ml that interested per-
sons COUld COnta.'. 'In Kl-iierie
DA,.,
Mr Douglas said that experi-
ments on shark oil had been eon
ducted before, anil reports were
saxl to DO fairly encouraging fo>
ng of a shark oil indus-
try
Itroun Kavtf Thanks
OEORQfCTOWN, Ii <: Nuv 17,
The Bffllsh Oul
lhanki frean
Rouse Of Com-
Baons f"r their gift of four silver
Ht inkstands in the new House of
Comm- ns These cams in a letier
on an illuminated scroll frim ih.
Kpeakei Douglas Clifton Brown
I I .. >-llctiey the Cha-les Wonllcv ailoi reading ihe
hit. r t" the tawkdatrm Council
on Thursday, said he would have
' .u.i.hly framed and placed 10
the L gi-lative Council chambers.
DM Press
GILBEYS
SpanishWSncs
FRENCH WILL DEFEND
HANOI
HANOI. Nov 17
High Con.
I-con Pignon said hen- to-n ght
(hat the Tnnking Delia wil' be
Mended." There was neve- any
'liiistion (f ihe 'VdcuatioTi of the
"p ll Hanoi
Pignon said that bis five-day
tOUl Of key poinU in the De'ta's
periphery which were being
(Wended against Vletmlnh Insur-
wenti had leen ( OBfo I
ing" RraUr
TIBET DELEGATION
FOR LAKE SUCCESS
NEW DELHI. Nov. 17.
The Tibetan fJnvernment h
ending S delegation of three to


to-dny. Tibet appealed to the Se-
mcll, on Nov 8, seeking

'ituatlon created bv lb*
n.vaslon of *hor lerrltory
Rrular
These iacludo
GILI5EYS
PORT
& SHERRY
You can enjoy
them again in
groatei quantity
?
MHIIUVCH AL'STI!&Cn..UiL
Aqpalf


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY. \o\ FMBF.R l 1130
CcUiib CaUitiq
MR. CHARLES E MKHKll.L
urivrd in Barbados by air
ytstrrdav from New
Trinidad Mr. Merrill is the new
owner of "Canerteld". Si Tl.otne>
vrkk-h tiaed to lw> own.- ,,, Mr-
nwyton, the former Mn K
Smbrricoa.
He wm met at Se-'weU hv Mr
and M-s Colin Cm\
stayed with last yaw when h-
vlalted Barbados. Mr. Merrill
emset.s his wife to iotn him
shartly
On arrival In Trinidad. Mr.
Merrill chartered a B.W.I.A.
pWne> which landed al Scawell
at approximately irtjo am.
Accompanying him were his valet
and Miss Katherine O'Cunn. II.
trained nurse.
Mr. Merrill is a partner of
Merrill, Lynch & Co.. and *
Director o( Patc.iog\jc- Plymouth
Mills. He is a Banker by profes-
sion
Soft spoken and with a charm-
ing personality. Mr. Merrill told
Carib. he visited Barbados for a
month last year and liked it so
much that he has come back for
a longer holiday.
Arrived On Wednesday
MR. ARTHUR De LIMA. Man-
aging Director of Me-ss-.<
Y. De Uniii C<>. I.i.l mv from Trinidad on U
afternoon by B.W.I.A on a short
visit. Alto arriving the same after
noon we-e Mr AmON B. !>*
Uma, Managing Director of
Trinidad Jewellery and l.oan in
Trinidad and Mn n* Jj..... Mi
and Mrs. De Um:i nn' stayifig al
Leaton on Sea
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
*1U.>AY
T kja, t.,
AnUrW 7 Ik
The Nm. 19 ]
1 i am Rarm
pealaT* t w-.
Simultaneous Exhibition
NEXT week, the UNESCO
Travelling Print Exhibition
.11 be exhibited simultaneously
the British Council. Wakeneld
..tid the Barbados Museum The
< Kbibitton consists of colour
reproductions of painting.- from
||M 1041
Short Viait
ARTHUR it THOMPSON.
P 'evident of "CKantecler | it onu taw.".
H Arrived here on Wednesday by
the Lady Nelson returns to Can-
ada this morning by air. Accom-
P*iiy rut nun is hi? secretary. Mi'**
M Laughlin.
M Thompson was a guext a\
the Marine Hotel.
Cleee Down. II no.
p m Hews An.lyMa
taUvn roMkaU. i> E i
*. I p.* brl...
M"
lt>w. I 1 p.ni
Uin. 1 S f,n
\ K><>w.r. >
iav Boneki trpm u,r Shewa. a IS pav
.rswh-r. pnd. j.jq pm |_pT<
';< < TW Mr tap.. fM
jar::.
Mu.lr for Dm
Hou84*wives'
Guide-
Prtata .i Cttfaaga
bang when the A-
varaie -becked yesterday
were:
Cabbage 36 cents per lb.
ButTei eat n oeoti
| ' Ill
HSIARINA fill
arnM
STI.AKS CHIPH
II \ Mill MM A HOT DOGS
MIMtTI'RE BILLIARDS
and DAKTS
/> I YC/.V6'
\NI> BA BATHING
MNJD BAR smVH (
44 ll.un. a lay Bvery Day.
I'rui nrtor U.E WAMK
'_'-*-V<<<<*yxjW<^0 o.o e e eft
3
llll
fffsW] WrVHW/r Of Ih,-
FAWL1 SHOt IMS// II!
New Schol.irihip
A 300 :scholarship in literature
r. for West Indian students is
U) be Treated by the Congrega-
lOnel Union ->f England, ScotLmd
iiul Wales. To raise funds a pub-
ic subscription list has been
pened for a bronze head of the
ale Dr. Harold MooC.le of Jamaica.
Analyau. IIS pat bh.<
Neva. 1t p. W-.ll* ftaviu aW
tiar*. p.mi Radio Hawarvpl. l.'B p ..>
Da pen am#* Thaalrs- 10 par The N*W ! IS u
(UIiUiiku, '0 IS om Mouil
l#)U,-.., B-'al. II pi,
at k.
Fir.l Since The War
DOR Ihe first time since the wai
*v Oranada has produced a Col -
mal report. It was published laal
week by the Stationery Office. Th.
report incorporates the two yeai*
l(46-4 and, 1 understand, future
leuoris will be biennial. Other
Leaving This Morning
TV*K and MHS HERBEH'I'
Wl }
morni
light
*-*th
V
MR CHARLES E MERRILL
am rod yesterday from tba U H
via Triiinl.id Hr u in. owacr of
"Caneflald House", St. Thoma*.
T.C.A. StafZ Members
ork of Ronald Moodle. youn-\ colonies which will also prod'
Hit- brother of Harold. Heading!biennial reports in future are Bar
the subscription list is the Rt. Hon. I bados, Bahamas, Dominica, Lee-
James Criftlths, Colonial Secretary 1 wards, St. Lucia, St. Vincent aiui
Dr. Moodie will be remembered I Turks and Cairo* Islands V
founder and President of the | Prawn Sen FrancJs0
Coloured Peoples, snpENDING a few weeks' holi-
day at the Windsor Hotel
.lie Mrs. Frances Crulg and hoi
AOI A I'M (1.1 J'l.\liMAiM.mb.r,Only;
MAIIML TODAY ..I S r.B.
TONIOHT u MONDAY NIGHT it 8 30
Ann aHBRIDAN Lew AYRE5
HEN In
"THE UNFAITHFUL"
A Wari.*i Bra. Picluro
IT K SENSATIONAL'
liiih BAY UKi.it mVBmj(a-uiv~i)
1*1.A/A Theatre-SR/DGfrowN
THE MIRACLE MASTERPIECE OF -
III lOltll Hill ||,|l/v/
Otvll a. Da Mlllt
4 SHOWN TODAY *! .Vm"^"!! 4 45 I 30 I- M
league or i_on,iiren feoplen. !->
which looked after the social N
"' aeonompr welfare of 20 000
On Short Holiday
MISS MABEL
Ruth Wilkir
MORT
who
Sr
md mi .
HRIV1NG m Barbados on
k Tuesday by H W.I A from
1-iHi.i for a holiday were Mr.
(i Mrs. Sydney H Friend who
Uying at the Ocean View
. ...M I
laughter Mrs. Mary Wei*
San Francisco California. Th.
tint part of their holiday w*
spent In St Thomas ana the
arrived from there a few da>
afo via Trinidad
KING are due to leave thl-
mornlng on the K.W.I.A. Charter
flight for Trinidad to connect Tl*-A ' Vancouver left yester- Motel
1th the T.C.A. weekly flight for dnv &> B.W.I.A. for Trinidad and Mr. Friend W Cost Surveyor for
Canada Mr. King Is on leave and w"1 connect with the T.C A High'- Messrs Holland and Hannen and
they are spending ihclr haliday ,^', morning lor Bermuda, when- Cubilts. Contractors who are now
in Toronto. Ibaj Plan to .pond a couple of engaged In the rebuilding of
DiouririK' (.ariDDean othai l C A. staff memucn who Mrs. Friend may be remember-
R. I. D. PR I DIE. Adviser to have been holldaving in Barbadox " ""' iormer Mn Edith
the Colonial Office in England, we due lo leave thlx morning Ploissac, M.B.E. of the Hotel St.
who is now on a tour of the Carlo- They are Miss Lucy Curcy and Antomne in Si I.ucia a'.d fre-
been territories 15 at present 1.1 Miss Maxime Grant Who are air "uent visitor to this inland.
Trinidad He expects to he there hostesses on TCA'i dome*ti !_ u s? d
about ten days and iron- there In- flighU. Mr. Allan Wilson and Mr. Were Mere for KaceS
Hector Levae who are stationed 1"|R J E R0"* and Mr- A
In Montreal, Mr and Mrs Chartei *-* Neckles of Grenada, return-
Piilisav. Mr. Palisav is also in ed home on Wednesday night by
Montreal and Capt and Mr*, the "I.ady Nchon" after spending
Lawrence Brewln. Capt Brewln a holiday They had come over
T.C A. pilot tin the November Races and
were staying at the Worth!
Engaged Oucat House.
Hr Reel who Li Port Health
Barbadni
West Indii
will \isit Oret:
Lucia and othi
Islands.
Off To Canada
MJSS NANETTE KINCH.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Stanley Kiiu-h of Graeme Hall
Terrace leaves this morning
Canada to spend about l
months holiday, staying
friends in Montreal.
Cadogan. Spartan ami Bar- months' leave prior to retln
vith bados footballer to Miss
as announced recently.
lit.
vhllc Mr. Neckles
of St. David's
ulant*
BY THE WAY
By BEACHCOMBER
TIE business of forging pic- Wh.*. her
tuxes la said to be flourish-1 tna'am.
ing once more Since collectors! And how hei
want the name, whatever the! Mrs Botl
picture looks like, they are ask-1
Captain Foulenough
went into this business he intro-
duced one or twu new tricks.
Expert* have cauac to remeinbe-
the Modigliani which, when the
signature was erased, bore the
name Picas".. underneath Under
Picaaso, Dufy had signed, under
Duly Bonnard appeared, and
under Bonnard, Manet While ths
experts shouted at each other,
a man called Keigwln claimed
that he had painted the picture
and appended all the signatures.
Finally, under Manet was found
Rubblecombe. and this Rubble-
combe said that the picture was
a photograph he had taken of a
picture by 0 Mlsa Glaplron. By
that time Foulenough was safely
in hiding.
broken spirit slept.
11 Cmimlmfy proa
A h'trnhnuutl 0/ Sorln
,NOTHER
of Foul-
x a. enough's was to st^n some-
thing Rembrandt or VHasq
When the lie was exposed he
would ray with a disarming emil
"It is a Rembrandt. Fred Rem
brandt, of course, not the famous
one. And this other is a Velas-
quez. Ralph VeUsquet. Not the
Spaniard, of course Ralph 1
Weymouth man."
Ihut Kvutimls Ufa
Of Ihttr Gubv
J "sartorial exp*'rt
bishops ought not to u
as their legs are seldoi
ra that
galte
hap*'
When a bishop protested ,.
the scanty clothing worn by tl
dancer Gaby Dealys. she retortei
"l love your bishops, but they
show too much leg."
la Pmttiiif
\N article about poetry says
that to take liberties witv
metre and rhythm a man must
he a master of his craft. At once
there rushes into the mind that
poem of Silas Wegg, which M
Boffin read out to her lord and
t the astonished secretary Roke-
Mk-
l'\l fell thee how the maiden
wept, Mrs. Boffin,
Boffin> lioie Ihe steed oreu'
nigh.
And left his lord afar;
And if my tale (which 1 hope Mr
Mujnu 1..iuii 1 excuse) should
"take uu stoh,
I'll clrtke the Ilohl pullar.
PLAZA Theatre QiSTiN
mni iaai hwirj
&
KONt. OF llll MUFTI M"
111 run pitTt'Bia
O.H^r: HOI.AND at CISCO Kid
in "GAY CAVALIER"
IB -1 MDA1 I > a-ai rat.
!. Ii. r 1 | I1HAI KI.N WHIM HMl.DKN
llll FLEETS IN'
HW.WTH
MOCK
ITS SOLID
ENTERTAINMENT
IVOU'D MTTen SH II NOW-0
VOU MAY NtVW S II AGAIN
4 SHOWS 4
ssaTO-DAYsssi
9.30 a.m.1.30,
4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
SUNDAY 2 SHOWS
4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
and Continuing
irS A MOTION PlCTUkC
WITHOUT EQUAL I
PLAZA
THEATHE
BRIDGETOWN
t.AIK'i Y iThe Garden) ST. JAMES
I \V./. \'. Mil tllKK AIIVtNTI'Rr"
Ml- 1 .llll
Alv TII ll"\ I .1:111 .11.ILL
:'?.,
Rupert's Autumn Primrose14
ftaHMal v.. l*. Naanad 1M1
u rv as* tdaKian it uc*a<
iipiflVdaJ. Ta>
11. A draeae at Kspraw iiua. iai
i. Pat up at osnaBoe*. I7i
IS. To so Hlnw. tl)
IS, crtwioisiT Maaed. Ill
J" tmn e* 4 ehapr Utaii LaMtii
S oaJ>. 11. Ill
|i OfFn t w. tnan* peopi> ai
.nt'iT ot taia look. '*
Bl Ten H-* in fuatd room i9l
aeva
1, Umjb sa*ss> as tfw tomavie
J\rouali a e* 1
i. US) <**> BM llrhhnM Uiui. ( 1
< rdu'il awl u.m unooilM. ii
l. It's a rtsMsti ksssa ataure. "
l1** pijlasaaoo haa eUattr of lli"-
I au irrnwu nfen aar a aBruu
aaTJt ! "H-
four in .1 bar uiuaavait <
rluch a PHS at aosnbea ifli
Treaa raplaJ T (41
Bin.. It)
Wlinr UlUa n* UiU U Ha kit
par*
II a*U. 10 I.Hk aiui ihc little
i up jo him. Where h*v
*M I aM} And why aat'l your
ie. Philip. *iih you?" he
Ithi aa lock Rteeii him And
tS.: it ihji t'lkiiia to your
I iv >" l beul, ind puki
i yella* ob!< out oi the lUr.
t* er. an hn wty but Rupert
rindi asiina m iitorushmerit at
whi ha 11 holding. "Surely a
can't be." he braathai. Yei a u.
ilieie can't be i mmakr, it's t rttl
pnmrone. .1 teal live oat I So Ferdy
* wrong. Thcic tit Astaain
piimroHi. Thai Gipt> wasn't
teiiing me. Thia u wonderful.
Where en lock hive found *>"
To-night
Dine
at
CLUB MORGAN
and enjoy n drllclou* Steak or Southern Fried Chicken Dinner
iia.xi:
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Gallery Of Great Performances In The Drama Of 1950!
STEM.IM H4TDEN., v
Om .1 Ikiu atyt IN W
II > I iik tali
ami Ih aaall"
LOUIS CALHERN ,,
"Crtaai n oal, a lilt.liandad
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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 18. IW
BARBAlX>S ADVOCATE
PACK THREE
Cotton Industry Is Great Help
f"
pair I
B| In Montscrrat. I have
lelt thai there la one *
aikd I think > have found It in the
Report of lhe Firth Ordinary
Cfncra! Meeting of the Associa-
tion
Barb'.ao. Pra^iictiofi
I have studied with sonic enre
'
and I find that the tlgorea for Bar.
bados quoted in this rap I
total lint produced ui the year.
lMS-4*-7 ahowed ll. lb. and
the next column five* figures Of
clean hnl at 11,87s lbs. one lb
more.
Now Barbados i* ns-an to ere-
-tiruc records and not only an you
ace do we get the last uunce out of
production, but an extra pound. I
have no doubt, many of you think
I come to Barbados to sec
how It la done. This printer s error
does give the point
want to say to you. I have llttl
knowledge o( cotton. In Northern
Rhodesia 1" had * passing;
qualntance with It. but
T ie arttt) sea i.-ljnd OOttOO.
does aeem to mc that the point in
the prfaltt [BBS, that it
Is up to the Association and the
local associations to jjet tlie high-
est productivity or yirl |
of planting, soil conservation, fer-
tility and preparation of the crop
for market.
Reading these report* as I ha1
done, I do feel that I should, and
you should pay tribute
work of your Advisory Commit-
tee and the Negotiating Commit-
tee In London. What test could I
apply as a layman' It is the test
of the consumer, who last year
London heard so much about Sea
Island Cotton and who endeavour-
ed to buy articles made of sea
Island cotton only to be told that
there were all sent to the dollar
area That Is the point
Advertise me nl
Your Industry i- doing-
thing in providing collars. Anoth-
er thing is tint it appears to me
that your advertising in Great
Britain was absolutely lir-i das*
uiid It may be that you have in a
way given the lead lo other in-
dustries, not merely to try lo sell
their production and then forget
it. but to advertise it so that there
iv a constant demand. If this work
In London Is so efficient as I be-
lieve it It, then I put it to you
that it is up to you here in ttMM
Islands producing cotton, to see
that the highest standard Is
i cached.
I thank you very much for ask-
ing me to thifc meet inn und I hope
you will have success in your de-
liberations.
Mr. Atlnutt said : It is my priv-
ilege *o express on behalf of the
West Indian Sea Island Cotton As-
sociation, our gratitude to the
Governor for coming here to-day
and opening the session of our
I'l'.ln-i Maoc4a>
ild never be fully effec-
md
tions '
The action of the Governor in
coming here and the words he has
spoken, is quite obvious that he
bag taken great pains lo investi-
gate the workings of the Associ-
ation and that action shows me
and ail of you that we do have
that goodwill of Government
whaSB so essential to us. Thai
w ill Mimitlate us as an association
to render the fullest possible co-
operation to-Governments wheifc-
Vaf it is possible in all matter*
pei turning to the industry. We
Baaak >ou wholeheartedly for
comlng to this meeting and greet-
ing us with such cordial words of
welcome and with such sound ad-
lf I may say one word to our
Other guest* on behalf of the As-
MHi.ition w,- are extremely pleased
to see you all here. Your presence
is an indication of the interest that
you take In the welfare of the
Association and we are very
grateful to you for showing that
Interest. I hope that you will find
the next part of our opening ses-
sion as inloi m:iti\e M you can
hope.
i am now going to ask Mr
Warneford to address you. Mr.
Warneford was for many years,
head of the Antigua Agricultural
Department. After retiring from
that position, he has been person-
ally interested both in the grow-
ing and ginning of cotton. He has
served for many years as Honor-
ary Secretary of the Antigua
Cotton Growers' Association and
later served as Chairman, a posi-
tion which he still holds. He is
also a Director of the parent As-
sociation and in one way or an-
other, he has had more oppor-
hlfirlial than most people to get
Mist hand knowledge of the cotton
industry.
I can assure you thai he has
not neglected those opportunities
and it is therefore with very gre-it
pleasure thai I call on him to
address you.
Director s Speech
Mr Wnmotorasaid:
First I wish to thank the Barha-
dos Cotton Orowers Associate n
for the honour they have paid mc
,n Inviting me to address this
meeting.
iast. opening addresses,
apart from sueti words of wel-
come as we have to-day heard
no Ml Excellency the Governor.
have been made by scientist* arho
really have known great deal
about cotton. It Is only too ob-
vious to me that I cannot ade-
quately follow m their footsteps
A friend suggested to mc. when
I remarked thai I did not know
what to say. that I should read
ill the addresses mad* in the past,
quete one paragraph from one
another from another and so on.
I have not followed this advice
outte literally but I have carefully
r
Annual General Meeting and for' reed the past reports of the West
welcoming us to Barbados.
People who ought to know, told
me that in these difficult limes, a
Governor's life is an extremely
busy one. Of course, as the Gov-
ernor had pointed out, Barbados is
quite unique. There is only one
Barbados and no other place like
It and no other people like Barba-
dians .
Perhaps, in other respects, it is
different from other places, that is
to say. in regard to the life its
Governor leads, and I cannot be-
lieve that he leads a life of ease.
as I am sure that at this very mo-
ment, there are a score of weighty
matters for his attention which
cannot be lightly set on one side.
Nevertheless, he has found fit to
set on one side, the problems of
Barbados for n moment to do us
honour by coming here and wel-
coming us at this opening session.
Compliment
I take this as a very high com-
pliment lo the Association and I
Ixslicvc that It is an indication that
the Governor's administration re-
garding the work of this Associa-
tion is being of real Importance
and deserving of encouragement.
Without the goodwill of Govern-
ment themselves, the parent asso-
Indiau Sea Island Cotton A
nd I have compiled a brief
history of the cotton industry In
iiuls since the formation
of the Association with an account
of the mnin activities of tho
Association.
The Industry started passing
through difficult times shortly
after the en.1 of the- first World
War In 1928 and again in 1031
there were meetings in London to
the problem of the dis-
posal of accumulated ftockl held
ID Liverpool, consumption having
fallen owing to the depression and
the consequent falling oft In de-
mand for luxur> articles and the
competition of artificial silk and
other growths of cotton.
As an outcome of these meet-
ings a Conference of Sea Island
Cotton Growers was held in liar-
bados in IBM. Its main recom-
mendation* were:
1 Restriction of production
until the existing stocks
were disposed of.
2. Appointment of an officer
ui the U.K. to further thr
use of Sea island cotton
3 Formation of a W.IS.I.C A.
a proposal first mooted by
Mr. Twyman in 130.
-nation was formed
19.11 and BraaaaaM to allocate ,
.not** to ]
Ihc various islands and to arrant. I
Committee m the !_".K. to slinui- '
late sates and generally to further |
Hal interests of the pred.
As a whole the islands adhered j
duct ion of output, and i
Mkkh had averaged I.6M.0OO lbs
for the period 1923-1931 fell to an
Lveragi of ?B7.(W0 lbs during .ho
period J9S2-IM4
The Advisory O mmtltee. mean-
*hile. became actively engaged
in a a*#arcr> (of new use* for Baa
Island co*.tot, and in protection <<1
the kndustr). through the issuing
and controlling of a registered
Trade Mark for goods
lured from genuine Se
cotton.
The i>olicy of restrict >
put togelhn .ill. that .
new outlets was so luce
by the end of 1934 unold stock*
which had amounted ta Z,1UJMK)
lbs. In IB32 had been reduced t"
77.1*10 lbs and it was consid-
ered safe to allow an increase in
production. This howev.-i un*.
not unrestricted And the Associa-
.'.iiiued to udvi i
M as to thr
annual production in Hi
years, until bulk pwrcsM
Mini-try of Supply was started
during the war.
Used In Lace
The work of the Advisory Com-
mittee in connection with new uses
for Sea Island cotton is of interest
Prior to the IflU-lB
Island cotton had bten used large-
ly in the manufacture of lace
After the war apart from tho
general decliiu- in the demand rot
luxury gocdi. fashion rhangro
>d lace was no longer popular
but by 1936 our cotton was being
acid for the following new uses
as Indicated by appllcatlcn* for
the Trade Mark Hoslerv. shirts,
handkerchiefs, raincoala and
pyjamas
The Advisory Committee also
mads u ggti m wttti ihs Wool
Industries Research Assocla'ion to
jut extended researches on
the possibility of mlxinj, Sen
Island cotton with wool fa
a new type of yarn. This work
appeored to be ol great proSBlSS
and B) the report of the Adviserv
Committee for the year ended
September 3i'th. 1930 we reid
"The mixed yarn produced from
ftOT chlorinated wool and 3 Sea Island cotton has been ihown
to have twice the strength of an
all wool yarn, while retaining the
appearance and feel of wool.
Experiments have demonstrated!
that it Is unshrinkable It is ex-
pected thai the jam wfl
special Interest lor hosiery manu-
facturer-' "
In the corresponding report for
1937 we find "The experiment* if
KM Wool IridiiMnos
Association have l>eeii completed
and fabrics made of wool and Be*
island cotton have arm. i
.udenible Interest The mix'uro
yarn of chlorinated wool and 8cj
Maud cotton haa given satisfar-
tury results In fine counts. Un-
fortunately It has not yet been
possible to make substantud pro-
gress with (ne commercial djtvol
opment of this mixed yarn. The
chlorinated process of the Wool
Industries Research Association
vet been releasedthe
worsted spinners have
busy on established lines to lake
up new ones and few of them a)
equipped to deal with m
One or two Arms, however have
eventually taken up the spinning
of this yarn and are hopeful that
they will be able to
trade in it.
Development Held Up
Unfortunately commercial de-1
velupmcnt of this new product I
was thereafter held up. possibly |
owing to the reluctance of the
worsted spinners to lake up new
lines of manufacture. The Advis- j
ory Committee, however,
ued to hope that it would eventual-
ly lind a market, but with the [
outbreak of war In 1939 this wo
had to be abandoned
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PACE FOUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1*M
MRlttDOS
..i
AlMMTE
, .'.*. <:. .
Extending The Life
Ok I lir lions*-
Saturday. November IK. I95M
FLOOD W \ i I II
IN THE correspondence columns <>i tins
newspaper yesterday, a resident of a sub-
urban district complained of the incon-
venience suffered because of the flood
waters. This inconvenience does not obtain
in Goodland district alone; there are
several places where the same complaint
might be made.
The Department of Highways and Trans-
port has done some fine work and deserves
the commendalinn of the public Several
roads have been resurfaced and others
drained and now the Department has
turned ils attention to the removal of un-
necessary and dangerous bends and blind
corners.
There is still much work to be done. It
is not only in the outlying parts of the
parish that there is need for proper drain-
age. In Broad Street, the centre of the
road was raised several inches higher
many years ago without icgard to what
might happen tu the buildings on the
southern side of the street. For some time
now. complaint has been made of the post
in a gutter in Marion's Alley. It blocks
the water at the point where it enters from
Broad Street and floods the Advocate Sta-
tionery whenever there is a heavy rain-
fall. This is only one of such instances.
It might be that the year's programme
of work did not at the time include these
small projects but they could be done
effectively as incidentals and if taken one
after another would not necessarily Intel -
fere with the general programme,.
It is not only major works which justify
the huge expenditure of the Department.
Those of lesser importance are usually
those which, like the case complained of
in the letter yesterduy. would save great
inconvVjHnience to many people who have
no means of making themselves heard and
of whose complaints little notice miht be
taken.
It is no disparagement of the work oJ
the Department to say that these projects
are sadly needed. Everything cannot be
done at the same time but it is necessary
that the Department prepare a compre-
hensive plan not forgetting the minor
projects which must be done.
By SAGGITTAMUS
An unsuspecting
learn wit*
u. the treasure of c
an of
Labour Government to seek
further ix legislative
srs ? is... V:: - ^- -, ,...., ,.,.,,.,.*,.,
lor a two-year period and would ,_ IT_2Lrt!< .STuniiTiJL Ar*olule poa-er and m ordeilv
public will
equal only
.MW.lSf.Kl ,,y yoled f<>r ^ Adull
itir present ijulfrK- Bill, and it Is recorded
' i the debates that if the- U-gis-
;ra> their trust as represenuit r
oi the people.
The fundamental problem
the Barbados Labuur Party
the -Ufflculty Of establishing
lative Council should attempi to *u\brtum between bsohile
Dill Uiey would be !*> **T *"* c"
... i 111
rejec
i ,.( btn
Tins MJ
Council would bo the on- :~^" At I, ,
-iiii.l tnr -, i the same Uri-- (.
i BUM
controversy
trs
ha vi
bul for the introtl
to extend the period, inu m*? gihie
have been justified by the passage s_.,w,,
of some legislation which would ^^^xET7na 1& ^"l* Abs'u,e1 "**' empt-
"'xticr **!ttz SSS^^T^t^ST^i "d from oran^y *" **
essence of dpiwi..tic fovern-
that kind of
impose*
ddult suffrage franchlM it would imposing title of a socialist gov
I had hesitated during the past be the greatest indictment against ernment. has the mrani bocau*
nocstbs to comment upon the themselves. It is clear that the of its majority m the House o
actions or to discuss the implies- setting up of that machinery and Assembly to force the passage o
tions of the programme of the '"< printing of the necessary certain measure*., and hai
present Labour Government or forms for changing the reglstra- tradition or background of gov-
)ts parent body the Barbados lion rould be done in six months ernment. they seek to ride rougl
Labour Party. Motives totally ''" would also mean that th* shod over the general desire:
unconnected with any feeling of time spent on measure), such aa It is this which led them t
anslon "1 their resentment Holidays with Pay would have to threaten to take over the ga
las) t<> important things, wells of the British Union <>,
' tion of a constant Hie oi -i.ticism It la not sufficient to tell the elec- Company without assuring them-
I on the actions of a collection of torale- that the time for prepar- selves of the adequacy of protee
individuals into whose hands the Ing the Annual Estimates Is at *">> tor the fas supply which wa
reins of government ha.) fallen, hand These will be prepared "* guaranteed the private com
miBht have given the -I presented even if no member* Pany, or ascerumii.g .he cost ot
.hat I ** really an unrompro- of the Party appeam at the meet- ^'S"' wh!lijjj?y ".T.T1!;
mising eiiem. i:.ti.er OiaB a s.-v.-n- ii gn when thev are done. They ^Jf'^V1^"* rDU!ri,.^J
rttk nrtth the InWreat of the might he able to clear them- f^^ h .1 L V JZr r
public at heart. I had hoped that *elvc of the ncru-ntion of play- ^litv M ^ .discarding of
tiom my criticisms they would ing for time though at the ex- "?*
bjassa enlleeted prolltable in.trut irn^e of ihe highc't indiscretion
tion which would have taught What explanation beyond that
them to reguiHte their conduct [ u t.n.eigciicy can be given to fj,",*,^' The* prolx-r t">'Tf" the com-
and submit their actions to lnc electorate lor extnvimg to pany wh,ch fcff tnat u h.d boPI
reason I llnd now that the Bar- ttve. ,, a legulauve session an^ated ,nd (0uld no longei
bados l^hour Party has neither which was originally intended to carry out Its part of the bargain
the firmness to avoid Flupid ac- ^ iwo? What is the justificaUor. -' Bl,-mn, ,h_ ___, n, ,Kn
tions nor the delicacy of feeling ,r hoplng ual although nothing ^"J "gJL"^1p *J-rt <*^
|c be ashamed of them. Had I has been done '--------- t>
OITH READERS SAY:
mid be ll<
_)nea of
bllity than
the advice of the import
specialist Mr Lepper.
grant prospectu es to two cor
panles and then to take by leg>-
two years some- u ,,,.,t i,.tf.-i ,i,vi,
been a member of that Party IB o.mg will be done In five? it l* w.1Ui k^ ,.. hiunSpe wh
Would have been farther from ck.a* lhM lhc Barbados Labour ^"tho reason*^,? If
my desire, having been elected iuriy has conducted, the affairs. ^ havt nve-year tag]
I of two years, to ex- g( the ,siand with shameful in- MjoM lel tne b|U ^ oiutf t
tend that time and then ask the u(lequacy. They have failed to come into 0per..-.un iluring lb
vmpaUtj of an already offended support or encourage industry; nwtt .easlon. If it is passed \-
c.ec;oratr to entertain my plea u,ey havo indulged in public ex- the extension .t will be the dutv
for yet another two years. penditure for which no tangible Qf the Legislative Council t
My guuss is that having accum- result appears; they have Indulged frcjcfrl ,il arSd. fare the '*Sue
plistteil nothing within the last in an orgy of tax levying which involved. That body ba>
Ewe yean Ihe members of that las frightened capital away from the last few months, saved lbs
Party with the unlimited power the island; they have failed to community much inconvenience
they Mr*) BSMrctM in the Legls- provide means of allowing every \\ may yet have to save the
lature, will pass this bill and then adult, (as they preached befon* Burbados Labour Party from
be able to indulge In another election) to have a vote in the committing it* greatest blunder
squabble with the Legislative .election of those who shall gov- or grant the electorate brie'
Council whose duty it will be to em them; and now for the slender respite from the errors of a weli-
rejeet the measure. It was with emolument of remaining in power meaning but Incmpclehi
this same hope that the members they care little whether they be- tion. _____ ________________
4 UKIItltl \> TOI'lt*
WITHIN the last few weeks steamship
lines have been offering short tours around
the Caribbean. Advantage has been taken
by a few people to spend a short vacation
at sea and at the same time to visit places
which they had not yet seen. The scheme
is worthy of expansion.
In the years before the last war, school-
boy \ours from the West Indies were
organised and boys from this island visited
Europe under the supervision of teachers
and proper guides. The last of these tours
was cut short by the imminence of war
and youngsters still tell of the rough
handling they received in Hamburg when
the Germans realised that they would be
soon at war. The experience was still use-
ful and for that matter is not likely to be
forgotten.
The newly advertised tours will provide
the people of these islands with the oppor-
tunity to learn more of each other by
travel throughout the area. This in itself
will give an unexpected impetus to federa-
tion and will help the people of one colony
to understand the problems of others.
It also affords an opportunity for educa-
tional authorities to organise schoolboy
tours to the neighbouring colonies.
The steamship companies might be
approached with a view to granting a re-
duction in fares for pupils on organised
tours. The example has already been set
by the air-line companies who now offer
some reduction in the fares of pupils who
travel home and back during their
vacation. The experience would be in-
valuable to the pupils who make the tours
and it would be a means of improving their
geography.
The Pouncl Looks Good
LONDON
The British pound sterling
preening like a debutante today
fiw FBFn nC)FRFIItJGER l*,ven "tial pr...niy" to the *..lo
rtimtriM Tho* nee Ha.,,* thi* teh rearmament programme with
begun U> ogta Ud own .-our. the , lhc ,, my ^ i1KTOUl ,r'~ "*l* W32E ^ L,
, I Om pound will be bucUM in s,,,, ,,< i,^,,,, foud, W 'or raw material, lor Mr
tirms of all other currencies con- ul ,2 o0 toaay ou the expectation ""
tmue uaapllc ofAcial UriUi.1. Cov- ,,,, lnc, w,u co#l more ,., ,a
.-rnnent .latrntrnn thar "Uiric la n,e, ,*?, sell at profit. All
no intention to revalue t h e this so-called forward buying alo
pound." help, lo make the poaltk
Buiineaemeii have more contl- pulu| better.
deuce in the pound now because Tt,c sli,lu, oI lhc ,, mul,
the countrle. which use the pound however, be viewed with a sense
have more gold and dollar, lo of perspective,
back It up. The lad that the sterling coun- '"T."
1..... rouiitii. h..ve more gold tries can (el uch high pricea '''P"^
id dollars liecause thev .111- sell- I rtmiw _w ..I- .na ik.i mat wiui.
aid for th
THE COCOA BOARD RILES
THE COAST OF GOLD
II* la. P. S \ 1 I ItS
LONDON, November 10.
THE manager of the store at Kumast. ^
capital ol Ashanti in the Gold Coast, looked'
astonishment. The African cocoa
larnier repealed his request. "1 want a brass
band," he said, and backed it up with a sheaf
of notes as proof of means to pay. He paid
450, and eventually a complete set of brass
band instruments was ordered for him from
home.
The cocoa farmer of the Gold Coast is well
off today, for the price of cocoa has risen
from 20 a toe, pre-war, to over 200.
Cocoa is the Colony's main crop and the
whole country depends on it. When, at the
oeginmng of the war there was no shipping
to take cocoa from the ports, it looked as if
the Colony would be ruined. But the Brit-
ish Government came to the rescue. It
guaranteed to buy the whole crop, whether
it could be shipped oi not, to bear any loss
on re-sale, and, at the end of the war, to
pay over to the producers any profits there
might be. The cocoa farmer was on velvet.
After one bad season, when large stocks
were burnt on the quays, shipping was found.
Demand for cocoa and chocolate increased
as the war went on and prices soared. By
the end of the war there was an accumulated
profit of about 20 million due to the farm-
ers.
Had this sum been distributed to individ-
ual growers, there would have been a riot of
inflation. Already prices had risen to absurd
heights as a result of too much cash chasing
too few imported goods. With every increase
in the cocoa producer's profits prices of local
foodstuffs rose in sympathy, and the lot of
the lixed income employees was hard. Civil
servants, from office boy to 'top dogs,' found
they could not live on their pay.
lo avoid making things worse the surplus
was paid over in 1947 to a Government con-
trolled Board, not for individual distribution
but to be administered for the benefit of the
cocoa industry as a whole.
Ik'luie the war tne price of cocoa had
fluctuated violently during the year, often
irum day to day, and it was felt that the
larmers position would be more secure if
he was guaranteed a fixed price for the
season, ihe Board took over the whole
buying and marketing of the crop. It pays
the larmer less than the market price and
puts the difference into the fund, so that it
nas resources from which to pay out at above
market price if that world market figure
should drop in the future.
D. V. SCOTT
& CO., LTD.
TO-DAY'S SPECIALS
at THE COLONNADE
Usually NOW
Km orange juice ............ 44 4
Tins LAMB'S TONGUES.......... T 43
Bottles ALLSOPPS BEER ........ 24 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 19, 21. 23 gauge
FISH HOOKS -
Mos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. 12. 14. 16 1/0 2/0
COPPER PAINT I gin. ting
and many other items to interest you.
WILKINSON & HAWKS CO, LTD,
Successors To
C.S. PITCHER & CO.
PHONES 4472 and 4687
$mi jtiAs Coio'i Trim
LIDANO
FULL CREAM
MILK POWDER
yanl
export trade and the extra
mt.teru.ls Mfded (or her rearma-
iurn. TogiNm.pe die will us*lit
owe liuffe uni-" tu UM '>ihcr
IKfi7)"*' sterling COUAttiM
OI On ion of ihe nee.] to produc-
for export. Iiritain is going ahead
with a thiee-year S9.S20 million
rearmament progrnmm*. which i-
new strain on her productive
It is officially admitted
Id dOlUn because they are sell- ^TfhS ra'w rn^riato^TS gPffftS ^^^rTjS
Ipa mon koocLs to people with there will be a seasonal increase S,LWJI,K^| w
dollars. The so-called sterling In tne amount of Morshall Ald to * **J^l'M'J5T" *'df JrlUun
con;... ..:,. an buying bid Britain undoubtedly means .hai ' '.'L",7 'v d* ,: ;
where they have to spend dollars lho erltnt &, n^rve. ^S..?1 JlS^.S^JSl
Aiiuihi'i reason (or the >iioiij(er
III fall.
fninkl
state th.it when the rearmament
sis ars-a ^ir,"- 5Ci- -m-- -p- !ncV^1c","Vh:xKs,s,LS:
ssrioiax zss. 5k s'Sig^ fists. rfc^A
Thai meant a penon with Hollar. maUy ^y, hu nm0UIs OI raw -.-- ^ exJleMr -, oUlc.
increase sale* to atrrling coun.
. mally buy. Iiiikc .imouiit^ of raw ,_,_ B, .u,, pvnpna of ,"
ccuM aet SO per cant more pound, material. Today .he i. buying "";*.' i,t X offl, l.l.
foi bto money, and 3D per rent. _. ....... ,...,.r i...,,, w mn" customer.- bill the m lau
more *d. for the p-iiikU he SKSs.r? %%?** JZ- onr,." '" "" hal '" C"" ""
bouglu. men! pr>grarnme4 Th united it
Thus with the price of her state* b aUo building up stocKa ^rthermora, next year Brttair
goods down Britain's total exiiort* of important raw materials in the T due lo bc*in "anayraanl of he-
in the first nine months of 1950 CVent of an'emergency American and Canadian loans.
were $4,550 million compared All this means th.it Britaii
with only $3,802 million in Hid Chances are that the United must proceed cautiously, as she h
corresponding months of 1949. States will go on buying hugo obviously doing. In her policy (or
The rest of the .sterling coun- quantities of raw materials. But Wrling and not to l>r too elated
trie.-, are rich in raw materials **ny cut in her purchases would by the recovery in gold and dolla:
like tin, rubber and wool. The probably force down the prices of reserves.
war In Korea and the vast re- such raw materials as tin rubber The Government and most re
.iim.iiiH'Tit programmes of the und wool; the very raw materials aponsible quarters in Britain, con
t -. Waatara world, particularly which are earning so many dollars aid*1" that to raise the price o
the United States, cieated a heavy for the sterling countries today the pound luuher than $2.80 i
demand for these raw materials. Then too the reserves of gold Jl*' unjustified. They point out
Coming on lop of ordinary dc- and dollars are not Britain's alone, that when the pound was reduced
mand it Mm lhc price* of these AH the sterling countries can draw >* price last year u was deliber-
raw materials up. Thus the star- r.pon them. And, as the prices of otely undervalued and the effect-
Lng countries cashed In on this raw materials rise, a larger re- ^J^m are obviously h< nrtcning
Mate of alTairs. serve Is needed to support the They recognize that the modes-
The sterling countries' gold and heavier trade. ..tcrllng countries" gold and dollar
dollar reserves doubled since Britain's Minister of Economic Tesprs* could be quickly arui
September. 1949. lo $2,756 million. Affairs. Hugh Gait shell, has point- seriously reduced even by a milci
Th- Incnaaa of $334 million In ed out that the reserves are still American economic setback. Even
the last three months came des- too low "measured by pre-war Pgainst a favourable America!
pile the fact that Britain's Mar- needs" He stressed the fact that background ii could continue u |
shall Aid receipts, which help In terms of relative prices of goods i ise only at rather a slow pace
boost the reserve, fell off the "normal pre-war proportion The repercussions of Britain'-
The problem of (he sterling (of reserves to total sterling- rearmament piVgramim- (*, doDai
countries' dollar shortage has dollar turnover) was IWo to three expendiluias r still uncertain
trmpornriW disappeared. Back In times M high as the proportion Nearly one in fnur of the working
1948 and early 1949 the sterling today." population or I] million arfl now.
eountiies weiv busing so much logically, that means Britain pressing for h.gher wbges. Then
more goods costing dollars than needs reserves of some $10,000 there Is the irospectivc fall in
they were selling for dollars that million today against the actual Marshall Aid.
they were running short of dollars $2,758 million, but it Is Clear that These, nddeo to all the oiiu-i
at the rate of $250 million every this is not a near-term objective, factors making for what is called
three months. While the use in world Prices inflation- coulr, in the not so dis-
In the six months before the may help the sterling countries lant future up-et the balance oi
price of the pound was reduced to earn more dollars. It aggra- the nation's i-cunomy
they were running short of dol- vatcs the purely British problems To charge u higher pri-e for the
tors to pav for goods they bought Britain is a manufacturing pound would lend lo tncourasa
at the rate of $600 million ever/ country- and Is a buyer rather buying things from abru.u bfl
three months. But In the first fian a producer of raw materials, cause Hie prices of these goods
three months of 1950 they began Because the price of raw materials would be lower, discourage sales
to break even and tn the second has gone up it is costing more to to foreign countries, because th<-
three months thev were ahead b\ \ roduce manufactured articles and prices would Ite higher, and check
>187 nillln n thus pushing i-p the price of goods the growth of an inadequate gold
The position of the pound to- Britain sells abroad. and dollar reserve. It is obvious
day looks so good that business It follows that Britain must from official statements and long-
men all over the world are buy- continue to sell her goods abroad trm overall policy that the Uril-
ing pounds ahead of time to pav In order to pay for the raw ma- ish Government considers these
for goods they expect to buy from terials she needs. risks too great
Britain and the other Sterling The Government, has. in tact n-oment.
I N.S.
For the last three seasons the Board, by.
fixing the price to the producer on a con-
servative basis, has made enormous profits,
and its original capital is likely, by the end
of. 1950, to reach the sum of 80 million or
more. Even so, the larmer has received an
increasing rate (or his cocoa every year.
The Board is now in a dilemma. They
:ould afford to pay the farmer a much higher
price than he gets already. But this would
merely make rich men richer and start an-
other bursting inflation.
Even today there are not enough goods in
the shops of the Gold Coast to meet demands,
but if supplies were doubled or trebled they
would still not absorb the spending capacity
oi the African; and the African is as good a
spendthrift as anyone!
There is a limit, therefore, on the tilings
the African can buy, and to invest in a brass
band is at least more sensible than papering
a room with one-pound notes or using paper
money to light a pipe, as happens quite fre-
quently when the farmer gets his cheque
for the year.
But if they do not distribute all their profit
the Board has no option but to go on adding
to its surplus.
This will soon be t^en times more than the
reserve funds of the Colony and more than
eight times the annual revenue.
And, being human, the farmer, rich as he
is. would sooner have more cash in hand
than a stable price in the distant future when
the market falls. So he may become restive
and join in political agitation.
The Gold Coast has created a monster
beyond its control, and it will soon be the
Cocoa Board which runs the Governmjent
instead of the other way about.
What should have been done was to see
that the farmers made a fair contribution to
the cost of government and to the rising
burden of social services. As it is, the only
direct tax he pays is generally less than 1
a year. What a paradise for the farmer, of
whom there are numbers making 4,000 or
i-5,000 a year!
But the income tax machinery is in its in-
fancy and the cocoa farmer gels away with
it. As he can't spend more than a fraction
of what he makes he hoards it. The banks
he distrusts, so he usually keeps his money
in buttles or tins which are buried under
the earth floor of his house or in the com-
pound. There are millions of pounds in hard
cash hidden in this way.
Perhaps one day mouldering notes and
aged coins will come out of their hiding
places to keep the farmer going, for over
the whole cocoa industry lies the shadow of
swollen shoot' a disease which is spread-
ing over huge areas and for which there is
as yet no known cure. The only thing to do
'! tocul down ,he diseased tree and this
the farmer objects to doingand to re-plant
within 25 years cocoa may die out altogeth-
'Easy come, easy go' is a motto which
mav well apply to the cocoa industry of the
Cold Coast.
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//. T Ih-imrlim "I
To th* Editor. Th* Advocate
M.CP. paying a vi.tl to Oil.
Department. Whether ,uch vhnia
are for the purpose of doing
S1R.-I do not like to hear the ^c * for l^ jSTni5SJ!
No. loS'sJoTSaa^rivriepS ft "* . ^t-S^alS
hear,a discussion having Z its *>" overheard. 1 l" with
theme the dissatisfaction that surprise that even the rhr.-k.-r-
exist* at lho Detriment of complainants. But hey have
,,,.,)..,.,... a right to complain since inev
Highways. have to do work Eltlai to that
Cannot the Government of this done by the clerks.
Island do something I wonder why Uiio department
the condition of the pour, uufur- above all other Government I>o-
tunate beings of this dei .n'ment'.' partmerts has adopted such a
Occasionally one hears of an practice. Surely work such be
the checkers do deserves con-
sideration. Another point worthy
of consideration Is the time at
which employee* of this Depart-
ment report for duty. 1 navt
eti employees going to work
as early as 6.45 a.m. and as late
ai B.00 a.m. It ii <'
Ui.it the early birds suck the
sweetest blossoms but at 11 & T.
the reverse takes place.
Cannot this department adopt
thi- same method as that adopted
in the Elementary schools. In
such schools the Headmaster has
nothing o ">' **-
tcrs for all start to work at the
same time
U3TENEH.
Electricity
To The Editor. The Adoocate
SIR,1 note that the Barbados
Electric Corporation Is still run-
ning those doleful ads about the
manufacturers having
that thay must stop some of the
plant while repairs are made.
How very different are the
cheerful ads which the Telephone
Company puts out, advising thai
they have completed aoli
yet another exchange, and tha*
(hay will therefore be able to
take on more subscriber
Surely it Ic time that the manu-
facturers started to do something
about carrying out those much
advertised repairs at the Electric
Corporation's plant, so that we
could look forward to a reason-
ably st.ure electric service. Pos-
sibly, however, the Electric Cor-
poration may be indifferent to
the convenience of the public
which it serves, an ontnlon which
one is almost forced to arrive at
fiom its complete lack I
matioii in not trying to win pub
lie co-operallon by keeping the
pfflbttc, advlaad >f the progress, if
liny, which is being made towards
correcting tin dW
vious In
the way the company's employees
nark their trucks and umall vans
when working on the highway.
or merely just waiting to pick up
the workmen, it is true that the*
are a public service and have
certain rights on the roads, but
ordinary decercy should prescribe
that their tracks be parked in
such a manner as to cause the
least possible Inconvenience to
other users of the roads and
m-vrr unless a cable Is being
hauled, should they be parked on
road curves.
Possibly we do need that Pub-
lic Utility Board after all.
I,. H BOTTAL.
St. Lawrence Gap.
Christ Church.
November 14. 19*0.
Add nothing liiit water. Makes 2 7 Layer Cakes. Supplied In
Ginger, Vanilla. Chocolate, Pan Cake
44c per Pkg.
Just trriiW . .
BatUlUou Granulates
Aspic JeUy '*"
Almond Icing
Oloiia Evaporated Milk
Canadian Eggs
White Popper
BUck Ppppar
flit Spray Guns '
French Prepared Mustard
Can's Assorted Biscuits
la Pkf*
1 ioiim nrink/t
7 I' Itirottrs
MEAT DEPARTMENT
Pork Sausages
Mince Steak
Rabbits
Liver
Ox Tripe
Ox Tongues
Chickens
Ducks
GODDARD'S


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1930
BARBADOS ADVOCATE *
PAGE ttVE
Planters
Smile
ALL MANAGERS and planter*
l -iiled the City yester-
' i food word to say (or
One t. rsin had van much
twitted the growth and sise of the
lunn and because of that he was
looking forward to keen compe-
tition in that division at the Ar -
nual Industrial Exhibition
Ctmmcnting on the weather in
tha City yesterday lie said,
'Bridgetown t% wonderful to-day
The temperature is only 83 clean**..
Fahrenheit in the shade and there
is a be a cool breeze blowing."
A Slgrk with whom he was
drinking raid, "You should have
been down here earlier in the
waek."
MISS OWBI DRAYTOS. a
pupil of Queens College who
was this year awardec* one of the
Barbados Scholarships, is inter-
ested in Library work.
She expects to leave the island
in September next year for McGill
IMnnKy where she will rlr*i
tak.* her Honours B A. in Eng-
lish or History After ihi* she
hopes to take a pott graduate
CMUM iii Librananship
MISS M WENT left the island
late last nmtith to attend a
Library Course In Trinidad. This
course Is offered by the British
Council and will last (Or six
weeks
The course will take place ;tl
White Hall, the Britiah Council
Headquarien. In Trinidad and suc-
cessful candidates will
Associates of the Libraria
elation.
Mr James Smeaton.
Director or the Regional Library,
Trinidad, is in charge of the
enm.
'I ill Sl'BJECT at the "Week of
A Ptayer and World Fellow-
ship" meeting which will be held
tit the Y MCA at S ./clock thi*
evening will be "Amen", read from
Revelation Chapter 5. vs. 1 to 14.
Tht Chairman will be Mr Cecil
Knight, lector Mr. Col Smith and
speaker Dr Charles O. Y. Lowe.
Special prayers will be said for
'he leaders of all nations.
Two Acquitted Of
Larceny And Harming
With Intent
TWO ACCUSED FEOPLE were acquitted at ihe Court
of Grand Sessions yesterday. During the morning sitting
of ihe Court. Kenneth Alpnonsa Walcott was found "not
guilty" of larceny or obtaining money by false pretences,
and during the evening Carlisle Holder was acquitted of
(1) causing grievous bodily harm to his father with intent
(2) inflicting grievous bodily harm on his lather
btMfcM
i | A--'
Deputv
"Jenkins Roberts "
Brings Pine
Over 150,800 feet of Bahamas
Slch pine arrived In Barbados on
lursdsy by the 203-ton motor
vessel Jenkins Roberts. The ship-
ment of lumber arrived to Messrs
UaCostc & Co., Ltd., who are th
Agcnts of the motor ship.
The Jenkins Roberts is on its
second call with lumber to Bar-
bados for this year. Its first call
to Barbados this year was about
three months ago.
Most of Its cargo has been
brought in its hatches and the
other part on deck. The deck
cargo Is being unloaded while it
Is at anchorage in the .Bay. The
Jenkins Roberts will be berthed In
the inner basin of the Careenage
to unload the cargo below.
Arriving yesterday with cargo
from Nassau and St. Martins was
the motor vessel Blue Star. It
brought four horses and 100 car-
tons of tomatoes.
His Honour the Chief Justice.
Sir Allan Colly more, presided
and Mr. W W Recce. KC Soli-
citor General, presented the cases
for the Crown.
In the first vase Kenneth
Alphonsa Walcott of Perogativ?.
St. George, was arraigned on al-
ternative charges of larceny $40788 from Ihe Government's
Saving's Bank and of obtaining the
money by false pretences. The
Jury returned the verdict of not
guilty after the case for the Pros-
ecution was closed and Mr. W W.
Reece. KC, Solicitor General.
told His Honour the Chief Jus-
tice. Sir Allan Collymore that *ie
did not think the evidence for the
Prosecution strong enough to ask
the Jury to convict Walcott.
Identical Name*
The case arose out or the coin-
cidence of there being two Ken-
neth Walcotta who had accounts
at the Bank and because of
mistake made in putting money
to the wrong Walcott's account
Mr. JET Brancker repre-
sented Walcott.
After Mr Reece had said that
the evidence was not strong
enough to ask for a conviction,
the Chief Justice addressed the
Jury Ha told them that it was a
case which iceked with suspicion
Thty probably would agree
with him that it was largely due
to the remarkable coincidence thHt
two depositors of the Bank ha'J
IdenUcal names.
One was from St George and
the other from St. Philip.
They had heard that there had
been a mistake m the closing o!
an account and ulao that a consid-
erable sum of mon?y which should
have been in one account waa put
to the other account which was
the account of the Walcott charged.
The case for the Prosecution waa
that Walcott saw the large sum
to hla name, a larger sum than he
knew his to tx; A person who re-
ceived money in a Bank knowing
thi.t he had got more than his
duo. would be held to be stealing
it or getting* it 'jy fale pretences.
examination which showed that
the hlhng of the slip could not be
traced to Walcott
The Prosecution had called flvo
witnesses, Joseph Roberts. Man-
ager of the Bank, waa the first
witneaa and he told the court th it
on August 8 a pass book relating
to Kenneth Walcott was handed
to him by a clerk The sddre-*
waa Parish Land. St Philip. He
investigated and found that on
June 7 there was another deposi-
tor of the same name, but of Pero-
gatJve. St. George. He had report-
ed the loss of a pass book on July 4.
Account Closed
The account was closed and p :t
under the account of Walcott nf
Perogative. St. George On July
10, Sin was withdrawn from that
Hint and on July 21. 1450 Be-
fore the amount of $440.63 had
been deposited to his account, the
amount to his credit was 15160
and that was in the name of Ken-
neth Walcott as Trustee for som.'-
e else.
Ethel Spencer, a clerk of the
Bank said that on July 4 she wks
called to help a depositor who
had lost a pass book. In such
s the depositor must be iden-
tified by someone. In this instance,
a police came to identify Walcott
The other clerks told the court
to whom the money was trans-
ferred and from whom withdrawn
and P.C. Eastmond of the
Speightstown Station said that he
had identified Walcott to the Bank
and had signed his name, but did
not wait to see the slip tilled out.
Struck With Iron
40 SEAMEN OFF
TO U.K.
FORTY West Indian seamen.
selected some weeks ago at the
local Harbour and Shipping De-
partment, left Barbados for U.K.
yesterday evening by the Harrison
Liner S.S. Planter.
It is expected that these seamen
will be transferred to another
Harrison Liner when the Planter
reaches England.
The "Advocate" was informed
that other crews for employment
on Harrison ships are expected to
be selected locally later this year
or early next year.
Already there are eight ships
employing the seamen and the
crew which left yesterday are go-
ing to Join the ninth ship.
The flaw in the case was that
although there were certain slips
on which Walcotfs name was
supposed to appear, there was no
proof whatever that when the
withdrawal took place, he was
the person who signed the gup
nor he was the person who war
actually there to withdraw Thi
clerks at the Bank could aw
identify him as the man.
The Police Officer who had
identified Walcott on the day he
was supposed to have signed th'
slip had departed, apparently tin
slip being filled in after he ha<
left. ,,
He could not prove, nor couW
anyone prove that the Walcot
charged was the man*
up the slip or signed hla name.
There was much suspicion anu
it might be quite probabl" that
he waa In * portion wbare ha
got the money. But in law suspi-
cion was not enough because the
prosecutions case had to be prov-
ed bevond reasonable doubt.
When the Jury returned
verdict, the Chief J"**"-*
Walcott that he knew withi
elf what was the truth
Ihe Court was
i.fter hi. wife had put him In
maintenance and Its
son had given evidence agai tat
him Subsequently he and i.
son had gone to Court about sVh-
pots
To Mi Dear: He and his fanvu
hsd not been an gt-od terms when
tbe Incident occurred. At teal
time he was at home oik '.lie tin ;
he had not been liying at another
woman then He was sure his son
hit him with a piece of iron and
not a piece of stick He did net
remember if he told Sgt ltannela
he had been struck with a stick
He had not gone into the room
where his wife and children were
sleeping that morning He h.id
not thrown water on In- wtfe and
rhlldren Hi. Aid snM not St
home when the u-cidenl oeeavTsd
She had gone to the p*pc for
water. He never had stick that
morning. It was no* bis wife who
had struck him.
Re-examined The piece of iron
In court * the pice .nth which 1
i an "truck.
6 Fine Confirm**/
In the second case, Carlisle
Holder of the Garden. St James
charged ulterna lively, as
mentioned.
First witness lor the Prosecu-
tion was Joseph Taitt of the Gar-
den. St. James. He said that he
had been at home on October 2.
1950 About 5.30 a.m. he was
rig to the toilet. His son came
m another bedroom, ran pa*t
n with a piece of iron in hi-
hand. His son got to the toilet,
hit the door with a piece of iron
Proof Wanted telling him he could not go in
" ere. He (witness) turned awav
id went behind the toilet. A*
he stooped down, his son struck
him on the right shoulder and the
left shoulder with the iron.
He (witness) got up, shoving
forward his left hand. His son
struck him twice on the left hand
Ho started to go towards his son,
and the latter hit him over his
left eye with the iron, telling him
he (witness) could do whatever
he liked H.s r-.n then ran and
locked himself up In his bedmom.
His head was cut. witness con-
tinued, and he went to the Police
Station at Holetown. The Police
took him to the hospital wher..'
the cut on his head was stitched.
He was then examined by
ho filled I Ga)e on October 4 he return-
ed to th-* hospital for an X-Ra;
ex urn ination. and returned there
I since then.
Case Of Fishpot*
Witness told the Court the i
Dascd
Dr. D. A Gale told the Court he
had examined Tattt at the Hospi-
tal on October 2 Taltl appeared
to be da/ed There was a swelling
of the left forearm and elbow. He
sent Taitt for an X-ray examina-
tion. There was a fracture of the
bone forming the elbow The In-
Eanes could have been caused by
lows with an old rasp. He
thought the patient would recovei
from any disability.
To Mr Dear: The injury could
also have been caused bv a blow
with a stick
PC Joseph Atherley said Taut
had handed him the piece of iron
i October 2 and made a state-
cnt concerning It.
Christopher Illli who said he
lived about six feet from Taitt cor-
roborated Taitt's story.
To Mr Dear; The sun was
peeping up over the hills. Taltt's j
family and I agree 1 told his son |
he was wrong to beat his father
like that. It was the sound of gal-
vanise being tipped away from n
house that woke me up
Bertram Small also gave cor-
boratlve evidence
Cross-Ex a m i n ed
Sgt. ft, Banfleld was submitted
for cros* -examination He told
Mr. Dear that Taitt had come b
the Station shortly after A a.n .
Taltl was dared and was bleeding
Srofusely from his head. 11m hirl
ad been soaked In blood. Taltl
told him he had been wounded
ith a stick. His condition was
such that he (witness) had hur-
ried him to Hospital
The Defence called witnesses
The first was Keith Taitt, brother
of the accused, and son of Joseph
Taitt. He lived in the same house
father, mother and
brother.
He said thai on October 2 about
3 a m.. his father had come In and
started to beat ofi* the galvanise
off the back house. His mothi
remonstrated with him. and he
threw a bucket of water on them
where they were in the bed Taitt
five his mother two lashes and
Is brother one He (witness) was
down in the corner so he escaped
the lashes
His mother got a chair leg and
he got a window stick. They
lashed at Taitt and his mother cut
Taitt in the head. The accused
had been in the room, but had
done nothing Nothing happened
in the yard.
To Mr Reece: I did not see
Iflll
Urcila Taitt, Joseph Taitt's wife,
corroborated the story told bv
Keith Taitt
Mr. I>ear addressed the Jim
Mr. Reece did not reply. The Chief
Justice summed up, and the Jury
after 15 minutes' retiring found
the accused "not guilty" on either
of the t
The Court sits again at 10 a m.
YOU are a road hogone that
just dr ves through, net thinking i
of peri ons on the road. Their
Honour i Mr G. L Taylor and i
Mr J. W. B Chenery. Judges of1
the A lUrtsnt Court of Appeal
told B resrord Parrts yesterday j
Here-ford Parrle of aitteru
Road. My Lords Hill appeared;
before Their Honour* -her he
appeal d against a decision of His .
Worship Mr C I. C w.iiw.n.
Police Magistrate of Distint C".
who fined him 6 to be paid by
instalments and ordered him in
default to undergo three months'
imprisonment for driving th"
motor van M581 In a dangerou-
manner on September 18.
Their Honours, in confirming
the decision of Mr. Walwyn. told
Parris that it was a very serious
offence to commit these days and
road hogs are a constant danger
to the -public
When the offence was commit-
ted Parris was driving the van on
Monrrieffe Road. Sgt N Gaskin
prosecuted for the Police
DECISION REVERSED
THEIR HONOURS Mr. G L.
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery.
Judges of the Assistant Court of
Appeal, yesterday reversed the
decision of His Worship Mr. E. A.
McLeod, Police Magistrate of
District "A".
Mr ft. A. McLeod had dismissed
without prejudice a case brought
by Clarence Sobers of Passage
Road against Alma Bcntham, also
of Passage Road, for InflicUng
bodily harm on him on February
2.
Their Honours fined Bentham
20/- to be paid In seven days or
in default one month's imprison-
ment for the bodily harm and a
case brought by her against
Sobers of beating and assaulting
her was dismissed. She was
ordered to pay the cost of appeal
hich amounted to 9/4.
Guilty Of Wounding
MALCOLM SEA1.Y of New
Orleans, St. Michael was found
Bliy by His Worship Mr. H. A
ma of wounding Chesterfield
Carrington of Spooner's Hill on
October 15.
Scaly was ordered to pay a fine
of 40/- and 2/- costs or one
month's imprisonment.
FINED 30]-
A FINE of SO/- and 2/- cost*
to be paid In 14 days or in default
one month's Imprisonment waa
imposed on Inez Harding of
Nurse Land, St Michael by His
Worship Mr H. A Talma yes-
terday.
She was found guilty of inflic-
ting bodily harm on Iris Pierre
on September 30.
"FERKYLAND
LOADS MOLASSES
The motor vessel FerryUind be-
gan to load molasses for New-
foundland yesterday. It Is sche-
HUled to load approximately 40u
puncheons
The Ferrvland arrived in port
since November 7 with a cargo of
corn. After this cargo wss dis-
charged, the vessel was dry
leaked fur three days.
It is expected to leave pori
early next week for Newfound-
land. Its local Agents are MesM-
W S Monroe l> Co.. Ltd
OVERNIGHT SESSION
The first ca,
ii. the King
for lUaged mi
the attenUon
Grand Session*
next Monday.
Chief Justice.
more, told Ihe
come prepared
le on the ealen
f, Kenneth Gaskn
irder. will Oonipj
of the Court of
when it resumes
Ills Honour the
Sir Allan Colly-
Jury yesterday to
to stay overnigh'
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nowssSD satin........... $4-5" yd-
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To make a Savoury Dish
really tasty-
For our people depends ouito
bit of YOUK support of "II.ana
idustries". APART from, tha:
pare ,.
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similar article and you will find
you get better value I as refreshing as a breath of Spring
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it Miiriute. Just a little
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Here i
list of.
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lYirunn' By On Bar-*
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Paris", 'Yard-I
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f Prices from 3/- to CM
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pAtttbu fihhdA (X plswJty
We have a targe assortment 0/ (he
prettiest prints you could wish to see
m styles of all descriptions Flowered
Striped and Plaid designs etc.
Prices Per yd. 55c 66c. 74c 86c
also
KIDDIE PATTERNS
with Nursery Figures
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Prices Per yd. 69c. & 74c
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10, 11, 12, 13 Broad Street
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY. SOVZMBI II IS, 1*H
HENRY
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working order. imM it re- Analv
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FI.KCTBICAL
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I.gr.Ung It. lure Chooat from our Danutl-
ful aaaortrnent ol bowl and hanging
llMma. See them ..I our nt* ahw-
room Plantation* new building Lower
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*nd Floor Plantation* Bid [.,
Urol Street. Dial MIS ITllW-U
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Ptaon* 4SS4 16 11 an
FURNTlTKB
FUllNITUBfc New ali.rx.ga., n..,.i,a
Chair. Tub Chair. and Uonu Ch-lr..
-lar. Mahne.ny v-nlua ulld DraaW.g
Table*, A good Win rim III, ol nn.li>*-
T.Me. ana Nouaehold (.irnitun. .1
BAU*f WABD-S .how ..^'h.,"
-rood AUev._ Open _daily Irani
l^> *4a3
II 1
LIVESTOCK
HUUai
Suitable foi
Phone -,
PUMaUaai
carl work
.1 rail a> au.
nod Pl.nLlmi
an U i,
MECHANICAL
BKTYCIJl-One Green Three Spee.1
MTh Of |lh
oil SMod Meter Cpl Bradford. K
Drl*n>. Colerldi* *ree
11.11 iuJn
B1CYCIJ-. VAIJCYBI In auud eordl.
ffc.ii. Applv to Sylvia AtMlua. Upper
t iillvmnt.- Rock, near Pine H*"tltH
Fchame. II II SO3ii
MAN s PllrvciJ BABOA1N M... ilai
paod >... i.i-.m. i>-P1J:i., -,-(
lo< All I lar Naw. prtcm
LOWL S fTlbBfa Tijlalun Mteoi
______ ISllJIV-aji
MISCELLANEOUS
AH.MCHAllt-Four Berk.-- ,
chain. aprona Baaaa Almoal new.
fUOO oach Phone tHS
HUMtn
ok corncE
ihli very pop
jual arrived
. Iieah ahlp>nent i
rd folia- h,.
lalnahle Irian
'! "TMUiC-Oni
I Evening Shall
i rroc* Coat and
, amd condttiot.
inrhei long
T-lephone JTWI
rafxnra Ffiii
Made Imm high grade
IBW price Only no M par pair Oo
1 Horn Marrlnnt Hardware Dc
parwnani. Broad Btraai
17 ll.sn3n
H haa Vcr-,,dali. Df-wu*
'-''- a.'.lge...o. and T.iaph.^?
M.g.fUia
and Tel
B| hereby gi
c the Veatrv
Mfhl w r.^^-----------------------. .,
,fc*fc ""'-' "< Aaaarnbli ..I Idti l.l.nj
BUI aulhartaina the uU Valiv io
laiae j loan not nreeding g io oos to aao
vtaa aatraaaaauve Mv (or caaual ernpLt-
aa*and Ue uneatabttihed eutt of the
leatrv. the CammluMoner. .
U other parachlal caagikiy tta of the amid
l*n-ai "uck loan to carry InNraat al a
r.-to ra>t aaoaadrng 44'. per annuan to
aa paid annually and th, a.14 laawt to he
lanoM by SO annual irutaUne-U ol gyv
Hr.t tnelauncnt w be rrpaad In the
aa Has, n,ui totoraat
ml and the remalnoer
. -. mually tnaroaitor out
ol tha> t.t C. 1 RKDMAN
Clerb. SI MKhael Ve-lrv
tfS.ll.
AMf rotm>
LOST
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
p\r.r acvFx
TICKFT tmU.
CONSOLATION

Tfcr Baibuns A-ialir (lib
ni"'"-
VOTICS
Notice Ii hereh-
anco with Bute I the Club .:i M
cloaaa to Member, on THI'HSDAV
Novotabar Urd. and PBIDAV. J*h
front p m lor Water Pa*- Twiiuia.
Thia doaa hot Include lha CINEMA,
which will be open to Member* ol tn.
Club m uaual
By order of lha Committee.
H P SPgNtTK.
c.mva^laoa. Kitchen Garden. ,.
Garnet.. Fruit Tree.. Lawn. Apply
ira. O. YVonrt Telepho.u. SMS
lauj* In
STBATHMiaLOOn-aea Appleb,
lanwa. Newly built modem houaa' >
nun and bach porch*., three bedn.
SHOP At While. Alle> P~rt-----T
N" Swan anew! &Mitab.<*
p. bond. Part Vl upalalra nil *fBce App) to Dare. A. Scot Ml '
Maga-
1 1 -.
TANUUN
to February onward., m
l.nwiv. 1 double bedrooma 1
Immoru oadkleada, chjldrev.
""' Belrigerator.
WANTED
By lha Veatry of tha Pariah of *(
nchael
Under the authority of tha SI. Mwh-
aed'a Pallah Loan Art ItHI llM*- Mi.
The Veatry desire to borrow from any
per eon or uoraona. bodlea politic
corporate willing to lend the aamr
tun of money not atrvodlng Ti
Tbouaand Five Hundred Pour da tCSS
baina part of | ll.OOS aulhorlaad under
tha aald Act. al a rate of IntrrfeA ru.t
eacaadlng four poundi per M
pirraon* tendering muit atate
mum rate of Intareal thar ara praparert
to aataaa. Prtor ainaHaraMiri will be
given to tenders at the moat favourable
1 ale of intantat.
IntareM ii payable on lha SOIh day ul
Th- principal of thla loan li rapafabK
In twenty ISO! annual Inatalmei.t. of
caoe. each. The Itret Inatalmant ol Ihi.
part of the Loan H payable on the Mlh
day of June. IMS
Baalad oBera In writing marked on lha
rnvelope "OFFBB FOB IAIAN tl*
ESjat" will be rarrlvad by the Clerk
of the V-wtry. up to II o'clock noon on
Mond.v tha SUU. dar> al November. ISM
CEJfT 1F1CATBR will be limed In 1111,11
of "i *!>
By Order.
OFFICIAL NOTICE
'Equitab J.irifdK.-tM>iV
OOTTPrlltD AlOPOWfOM m*MlS
PUinliB
UL.TBBBB st AUBYN BUDDrK
'lefendant
IN punuanee of an Ordar lr n.,
pMMI SI the above ar1Hln ^, ., u-
Mlh day ol November (taO 1 gi.e raj
b- .11 parwana ha' L
ar 11. Mr.*
iMiag any r"ae i.jtn
nv Hep ar ,

iloreaaid con-
I two rind.
. jbutlli4
aa 'i'"^ as Btsaji .1
All lhat certain rv.ee
Uuato at |
Bainl e.irae and S-ti
t-ining 1 adaaralr
la** o( pna Mr* Daah and an iand<
fafjnarty ol j tmall hut .iw of kl<
oda. ., hpevar eUe ih.
n.e ma abut and boui 1
before in. an account ol their aatd CL.n,
1 ith itvr.i wimiaaii. aKMi 1,
voucher., to be rominm b)
-----Tuadat.. or Pnday bat*
. of II
..!.,
lha
of thr AMatanl Cull ol Appeal ...
1...1H Haaaa, Bwaaalaaii. briorc
M-th day ol January IBSi. | !, ,
may or ri>nhni
lha lafiur and prrority thereof raap,.
lively. t-tlierw lar au.'h peiauna will -a
precluded from the benent
Darro*. and be deprived of all claM
un or againat tha aald property
Claimant, ara alao notified that thffl
fi urt .Itend tha aald Curl on Wedaa*.
day. th* Mth day of January If*!, al
ir o'rkMk *m hen than ad .lajT'
*lll or ranked
Given under my hand thi. Mth d.
i.l November ISM
Ag Clerk 1
1. V. Gil.
th* A* 1*
sac
OFFICIAL SALE
-JfttfH
IV IMI 1^-1-1 l\l till HI III
Mil \l
1 M-.llrt.oii
GOTTFKUJl AU.KBNUN FKANCIs
Plalnltff
m.Ysatrs st AimYN urnurH
dalendanl
-NOTiCK I. herahy given that by vlrttM
-il an Older ol the AwKlanl CaUrl M
Appeal 0.1-d ttw llh aay ol Novrmbar
ir- ihars win br -^ up lot ui. w
thn hulwrt bidder at o .,
f-rh -if the A..1-U111 Ceurl -.( Aapr.
. t thr OWrl !'' I
the houra
BARBADOS EVENING INSTITUTE
**> ft'l'WMWATS ARI-
i-i fctrtdjfjB Intai Ait* unltl SaiiU/uU-t. ImM
numbci uX vi'iaiinad nw Mn.iai.t, uiui.t 1., rt.iet th* ucwtaut I
iT*^*a lumy ** f*"'""-'1 Io > Hi -I tl.v uM bvaii
H A*l*ITu. II
(2) OBNBKAL. pwpBrli.g nudMU ta ii.. 1
London Malmul-tion (to t. 15I) will
be held frmi Scpu-mki \9iC iccofumg h
L^"*- '"*1' Tfcr** '" * iiileuded lor nudem.
wha> hupe la qu*llf> far *illnii the L.iduV luici incd.-lc
Arta lk*m.. *nd who In do m* hair lo paia in IWt> it)
hBbJaeta si th* adisntM-J lei ind thrar m l ih*
fdli.af> level Th* t.rna-iabl* niU anaej
fu far as poafibli-
to Join cUsse* in a 1
Cibbsc* will be held In Lngli
MBlhemiliri. Uitm. and,
Oeogiaph'
B IredieBst) level. These clafea aie iniended puiil.v |*e
ihot* within^ to qualify foi siitkna 1 ,:,
as boy* and partly for those who wish lo inakv .,
QMilCfVtttVBihi
(N.B Th* l.rncal i rrllMralr -f fcdHfslkHt 1. lo rrplacc
the prraciU London MalrlrnUtta.ii ind School r*.lih,.t|
Lksminaltona. There U ., ntiiilmnnt or maximum
number of tuhjriW mi M 111. Ii ,.......ii,lr has lu ,.* ,n
-rfier ta recrlve a crrtl>.t-t.e a .andtcUle paaatU
rnr,T n>0,r ***** * "''r"r "Mlh.aW 1.. thai
"rUiiii will ba hold m mgl a,.....lsh
M-lh.-nt.ili.>. Ijitin. .iu,i .u<'..|.liuu tn .lTi,ti\, ,
two U" or thiev CIi ul thr I t-tJ,.
General Smu,,-. nalgUatl UtBTalun ttld liru.h
NB. There may. according to thr nature of the
rlaaaea I111.fl. driei 111.1ml I., tw held. In- sonic linuutmn
JJJH""1** "' *bi>'-U open k. IndlMdu*!
(al The claws i|] be li.ld m
Srobably at Harrison (Vllcg- (bv
ovcrniii*; Body).
tW t,. IfMturai ol oni hour will bt ih
"ubitrt at oath :.
I p.m. and p.m from M
session will be divided into Inn t kalni with
WILLIAM FOGARTV LTD.
Ill* Bsl al Ih* l.r,! t

PRESTCULD
HEFHIGEH/ITORS
There is .. PrrMt^l.l Motlel | .it
Every Hume livery Pcket
InrtH-pfirulinu Ibe I \.insive rrestsdtir
Inner dor for extm ....,] , :iu*
yiiiiii:.. B.7TC - 1.71:11. ft
Mlllll'.i. B.47Z - 1.11.11. It.
( age
1 Hide variety luat rrrelied and on ul*
see your Jeweller*, Y Da Una Co..
Ltd M Brn.,.1 Slreaf, Ri-ldgrto*ii
UXllJe
w.t.vrai
JBtVANTS E*p
Mai.I
St. ThonuS'
a
QIHL--Intelligent to dn IVapotCh.
..ivd Book-kect Advocale Co
is-aa
CUSTOMS HOUSE CLERK Rapiv
tiling age. previou. enperlanre and
**Ury ekpvled Io Bon No. 41 ( a Advo-
cat* Company. Lid.
IIII.SOSn
MISCELLANEOUS
PAYING oriST
Mra ROSE. Mlnalac llouae, Marina
Oardmi amuld like paying gueat
Charming houae and garden St 0*
brrakfa.t and lea II TO other BMfalg
when required. Telephone *TM

BOXXS All kind* of Card Beard
<*.. other than conuga'cd card
ApPiy Advocate Binding Dapl.
eO.IO SBf.f.B-
SCRAP (K>IJ) AND Ot4> GOU
.tf.wfijj-.ry bought. ruanaM pnee
rdd. Ba* vour jeweller.. Y D* Umj
Si Co- Lid. 30 Broad Stm-i Brldgr-
lIIM*n
I III I VIIOWI
IV Cikriejr SfkMl
ar. rtrsR
Thera nill l-e an anbranc* .mlni_..
at tni* School on Monday 4th Deccmbei
a' 10 00 a m
Application* t-igether with liaptlima!
CartUlcate. ahould reach the Actun
Hradmaeter * pt not later than aVI>i
a -. **
PARKY KC'IIOOL
Thar* will be an Bnlrane* Examination
fa* candidate, grainng n enter u(e
jchool ,,, t.rrr on Slcndav. NovamtMi
* al 10 am Candldntn mii.t preagnt
their bapUanial certiOrata-i and BE.
monun Irom their Headma.Iori
11 il I
an
ACCOUNTANCY
iNO. COMPANY
noOK-KEEPINr, A Ar month -
-IM*naive Method" Daurai flemgr.l.ed
for award of Diploma ... Auooatr r
Fellow, will QuaUfy vou for hlghe.
tatua by .lure-tirne piital Rialy Fo-
leiaiia. write now The Principal.
UOK(iN "P1001- Of ACCOUBTAN. V
*'.... Street. Bt Jaenee'a l*rdon,
M*j" I% *'< r-lntod t-btoa and
Chair*. Ill Cooler.lor. OU. Ja... Lordar
Florence stov* and Ov. Lot uf Cutlary.
Iiium Saucepan..
Plat
NSffM
CkMti
W.re.
the Secondary ScIhki bfrDM
(c| Apr
the M n| BfrpbHBaV I 19^11.
(d) An a gii-'
standard for a dm but. ii t
"'"^ "I*** ,'- Ol a schoni
Mat that mo Hboot oouth up mj tha ut of n nm
D**n satlsfain.nl> i-t.iupUd.i
( Applicants mils!
' E,h- U, Which inns'
and forwarded la the I), v.
Barbados Evening inMinr
ual be filled in and fat>!*>,
rVparlment
he (Hied in
Studies Ih.
the Oepitriinent not lal
N'.B. fteparale formi
lo Uhe. but the,* form, should be furusrded t.Miel.....
in s aingle env*lo|H- \ppllcaiU-. *hald menlUm whellin
...-yi.h to lake each sh>cl -I Oitllna.. o, %di inrr,
The exact cniiiplUi
regarded aa a prellmi_____
matter may prejudice the admi
If) Students will pay it fn
each term. This fee wtU ba lh
of the iiibjriitj ofltn I th i
of the fees will be i
Made h> thr luri;et Maiuifarlurern ol Autonintic
Kt-lriKerulor-i in Bt m.hh %\>-|J worth uaitin*- for
Seall Pressinalic (nils with 5-vear tiuaranler
J^ Srh .Iipnp iiiiu iiinl i|i:i \uurs.
SHIPPING NOTICES
.ii,
Itir.p
-.id
uh.nirnl
Inn- In th..
in ..( -.|.|lII ..IiU.
M <>r sfi mi iii udval
. I l<> i.iki- Hn',
-----------------..t ih. and ,.f i
sTj" ." 1 ,ui|'iii "
""'J '"n*d "JMUrly i"l pure
IMJ MB be paid on Ih,- dnv f i,.,L.ln.l,il ,, ,
lint torture on ..... ,., ,..,, ,., 0,.,, ,OIm r ,JJ
yra!r:,:;,:^...................> "...........
B.ui!lfSS"!;"'."'," """"''.......PU I
,wrE? ",.d.!" bo"k* * "-Mi'""! to ih. i
\tH 222* 11"""""f" " b. dM-mlnM bj ih. Pi.....,..,

(1) l d'-I-.II (Ii Ml
A very limited numbtr of q
at the discretion of (hi ~
Beginners' classes
'" '""..iv IH], students
who lake Shorthand will (*<
-'I Wi,| I.. ,-
Jiltet new stutlenis may be admlltrx,
uvfut ol COfittntrcial SI i Ui
l''h'' "'' Lilt tllOM.
take rMK. .,,! vlr,.
wwill lieaniiptional rln, ,. ( ltuflas.li
rvill ba opeivad to but:, Oni and
acoTT.
Auctlonrer.
lT.ll.*o-n.
MB Thfi Ili.-HIMUH HdHH.lrrt
cted by
" Tnuradny n*>l
lock at th* .ir.|
'>d lyre, are Intact. It ,an tn
acted Into a plrk-up. Term
Inauri___
Ord Nov_____
th* i'miiv i Qai
DARCY
aCOTT.
Auctioneer
ITU'- tn
EEAX ESTATE
Roof Boarded and
I and IB v in Apply
. Near CKrtat Church Pariah
JK **&. putt,*c -y-et.Uoft
th* offlc* of th* undarngned on TkiuMui
'Ih day of December, ifflo. al i
ALL THAT m**r.a* , mZ kn.m'
aa No. a* swan Sllt ^^^ a ^^
Moray building rUndlng on fcBftt aquara
feet ggja ^ a^.u,,, on BwaaKj
aaaJIPSitM L-a. Together wtth Ih,
Ooodwill and rtoeh In Irade of tha tnial-
na-.* known aa tha '-Upp1y Store.- ru.
tt*d oo In th* ground Bogr
building
For Impactlm. and furthr:
apply to tha htanager of fie Supnl
atoras "
COTTlJe. CATPORD A CO,
U.UJttla
r of th* *alg
panic
**-****u* '* ef land Utuated at
tha Oarrhwn part of the land, of -B*var-
I at a p..
Mr" ,.-_
November IW
Luraa 9ti*et
CAJUtTNGTON Si SXAI.y,
UIIS0-4n
LAND I Rood. S3 Perch** adjoining
The Horn* Agricultural Station SI Pi.il*.
Apply W. I OrtaUh. C/a Hayna* ft
arrfflth. Sollcltocm. Phone 4|TS.
PR'iPtHTY at Pitta Village SI Jaana
i roof chaltal houa* Handing c
US aiuare foot ol land going a*
eaaonable barga.n. Apply to A. ]
popE^^T
e-s-iagr b.,
let of land all modern
bl*. Apply ta A. R
at Head View I
"irf are t-. gMllpa
I mr. v*T wi|
ngra*. il - ... aecwHUw.
I
BS -ome unndcrful
-7i-l

g-aa
kjUh
Movamant ta i-Sp tne
r..rh**lo*
nRUCX C1ARKE.
Fou radar.
BthT. J. B GRANT.
Chaftlaln
Mr*.. OLGA B."
Oan Sect,
1* :jSO- In
percruw of land ann*t* at Cauntry Road
Th* dwelling home contain, apaelou.
rawing and Dining Rooma. Slitun.
"-. Breakfaat room. Pantry and
Kitchen on Main Boot 6 Bedroom..
in thm mi and laraa vvrandah upatakr
Govarna>*nl water aad elactricif.
Ihroushout. B -ervanla room., garaaaa,
-tablei *tc u* yard. Tennl* Lawn and
beautiful carwena.
InapeMion at onv time on application V>
..e rarrlalUT or. the preml*r.
ThU property Ii within minutn. walk
rrMB Beaad Sfrea*
OBa*. ui writing ta be aeat to Ih-
| taJ**{flBxl
YTABWOOTI BOYCF-.
Bolkcltor*.
Jam*. aWaat-
14 11-!*>i
iKIH It made by the Competent Authority under Rej-iilntion
SO of the li.-ifiu K.-i:iil.ni..iis. li:iS.
1 This Order shall be read loucUiei with the Price of Goods
.Defence) Orders. 194.3, (hereinafter referred to us the principal
Order) and any Orders amending the same and may be cited as the
Trice of Goods (Defence) (Amendment) Order. 1950.
2. Paragraph (2) of Article 12 of the principal Order || hereby
amended by adding at the end thereof the following words "together
with a full and accurate description of th* goodi sold."
Made by me the aforesaid Competent Authority this thirteenth
day of November, one thousand nine hundred and fifty.
(Sgd.) F. A. BISHOP.
Competent Authority.
hich
Iher dan
into three terms, coineiding w,u, the Eh i
for artmia^J. h w^iT "
tor admission will In net,
attainment In English, a* .let,.,,,,,, i
(dl The provisions u* (fated (i I, if'. () ajul (hi undei
Cent-ral CeitilUatr ol UucaUort pppjv !o ,ho#P ,.,
Commercial classes.
, ,'?' Applkanls must obtain from the oQta La
ol h. luoai loa DpllMUori ibrnu, which must bt (1 led Ii ind for-
wartled to the Deim of Coim< ,
Institute, t the office of (hi !>...,
UOStRtAI. AltSTBALM NW
/i U tNu link UMirai.
M A N Z I
i.l.H i iiism.ll uii. Fi-*m*o
i aai.ii ".bar m.. Adelaide aeptrmntl
| h, Ma.iN.urua Saptenvbar SSth Pevoa.
I lit Svdna. Oclobc, nth
-ti.tKn Mil., arriving al Bar-
ter Mlh
rh**a vm.li have ampl* aaac* tar
|'e l h.ra fru, ...a -,.rV-rg
epipd on IhioufUi billa at
tag v
"i.i.^i,
i trBnihlim.i-.it ,t Tin. __
BrlUah duian*. Wlndwaid and
DA COSTA Co
BARBADOS.
B W I
sianTs

Ne.l. .In,!, 1
Tiw MV Deeiw.-si a.iept Carga 1 > -Th* M V H* *! Pa.-r.ia. 1
B. 1 at Huokii ,,., VSSIH 1 IHOS | tele 4*41.
HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD FROM THR UNITED KINGDOM
Vee|
HKIIHtHD RAM. '
! II i l.U.IST
PHII OflOPHBR1'
liKXSltAiniEH"
< "1X.N1A1.'
''DcrniDtR"
laODdOtl.
LoruitMi
I .'"tills,-1
/.eat
roth
RUi
I Ith
23th
N- i.iHt and
i
La i
N r.
N'i -
:; n
N -
Dec
Due
Harl mi.,
BMn NfR
23r 24th Nov
3r,l Ilr,
Mid
I?l.lh
D*.
HOMEWARD P0R THE UNITED KlNQDOM
Vesiel
"fllTIIONIA"
No
inl-r
M.P. 2653/T.l
w 818.
18.11 SO. 2n
On* property I
ten 1 -ta ..,.;.U.. l*e band
a* raw* 4 land .. 1 '*
q ft. Apply n D*Ar< V A Scott 11 11 U B
C-MATT1X HOUBSfS I hive SJIy >*>
.hallel houaaa of all nt** and iiiuM
Hon. tor al*. Par cam or on term.
Applv to D-Arcy A Brotl Magaune
APPLICATIONS FROM WOMLS FOR TRAINING AS MID-
WIVES AT THE MATERNITY TRAINING HOSPITAL
Applications are invited from women between tha agea of IB
and 30 for training as midwlves at tha Barbados Maternity Training
Hospital.
The course of training will extend over a period of 18 months and
will start ea.ly in February. 1931.
Selected applicants will receive a training allowance of $14.00
per month.
Applications should be addressed to the Matron. Maternity Hoa-
pital. Bank Hall. St. Michael, and should be submitted not later ihan
.he 30th of November. 1950 14,11.50Sn.
Tenders for excavation of water adit tinderi'mimd ul
Belle Pumping; Station
Tenders are invited for excavating a water adit underground at
Belle Pumping Station.
The adit is required to be approximately 80 feet long, 8 feet wide
and 4 feet deep in water.
Full particulars and form of tender may be obtained on .
tion to the Waterworks Department, Coleridge Street
Tenders must be addressed to the Honourable Colonial Secretary,
marked "Tender for Water Adit", and must reach hi* office on >.i
before the 25th of November. 1950.
_^^^^ 18.11.50.In
M&I0ATX0MB ,R0M NURSES FOR TRAINING A8
MIDWIVM AT THE MATERNITY TRAININO HOSPITAL
Applications ar* invited from n maa bgfv;
35 for training as midwlves .. tn. Barbara
Hospital.
Tha course of training i avnilahte only f.,r nurses win. have
qualified for and received their Otmaral Nur . The course will extend over rjertod hmltW months nnd will
start early In February, 1931.
Selected candidates will receive n training allowance of 828.00
per month.
Applications should be addressed to the Matron, Malernitv Hos-
pital, Bank Hall. St. Michael, and should be submitted not later than
30th November. 1850
NB. Separate form* must br filled in and lorv.ardr.1 in re.n*<<
of each subject it huh th. applicant wlshe* f take, but Ih-ae
""Si. forwarded tngrlher In a alnrb- lli l||Bl
Tha eaael enmpllanee with tli.s, reoulrenient* I* reggrdrif
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PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ltV .
Cricket Rvnurm>&
To-day
lay nt the
sixth series i>l First jnd Inter-
mediate Division cricket tame*
titUM lo-duv
ninth series of Secorm Division
Unw begins to-Oa>
Koiii-wing sire the textures
I 11 .1 I I1M-1..S.
SM'OND DAY
IVkwirk v* SjmiMhii Hl ihl
Ova]
Police vs Lortsr t gi-T'
Part.
CarllOfi vs. Empire ;it CaiMon
Wanderers vs. Combermere at th"
Bay
Intermediate
BKCOND DAT
Emi>iri- ..l Wind-
V M. PC vs. Wander
Heckle* Road.
WndwaJ
Cahlr W i vs. Spartan
al Boarded Hall.
vs Pickwick iii
Black Rock.
Second Division
FIRMT DAV
('iimbermere vs. I Award '
Co.nbci*mere
Empire vs Pickwick at Ban
Hall.
CoUeite vs Police i.i College
Central vs. Y. M. P C
Vaucluae.
Foundation vs Regiment ;i
Poundallon.
Lodge vs Car I ton at I.odge
RAJA'S XI HIT
235 FOR 7
POONA. Nov. 17.
A third wicket parti.. I Sbi]
m between Madhu Hcge an
Ranga Sohoni helped Ihe Ilaja
Jath's Eleven to build up a co
of 235 for seven against ih
Commonwealth Cricket Team to-
day after they had lost two che.
wkkati
Rene, a vouni opener who hai
played for India, batted stesdtl
after Bruce Dooland and Sonnj
Ramadhin had each taken "
wicket in their first over He
went on to score 67.
Sohoni who made 62 was also
In another stand with Vijaj
Harare, which realised 62 for Oit
fourth wtckev Harare was un-
beaten at the close with 59 We?
Indian Worrell who dlsmlssc
Sohoni leg before took two more
wickets before the close and had
figure* of 3 for 22 at the end o*
the day Ramadhin's one wicke"
to-day cost him 26 runs.
Revtrr
Clyde Malcoti
Hats Arrive
WALCOTT. Barbados
aa latest of oui cricketers to add hta
name to lb* list of those *ho have
h*d llieir names inscribed on bat*
The Clyde Walcott" autograph-
bats, made by Lambert A Sons.
have just made their
locally and will soon
be in .il! (he sport stores of the
fKftsany.
RECITAL OF LACKER I
MUSIC
ST. LEONARD'S (IIIICH ^
MH) ttmd. NOVIMRFK ?
at 8 j> > I
Well kimuo Artistes
f-untrihulins
Silver rol.ect.on at doors. 2
Till: BARBADOS WATER POLO TEAM for the Ftm Ve-t mstcb v> Trinidad: Btaoding O Foster.
dutit wing). K. In.r. (centre forward). D BannlsUr. (Irlt win*). Squatting. O. MacLsan. (loft back),
B. Patter-on. (Cspt.. centre bsck). T. Yesrwood. {riant back) Bitting. P. Fostar (goal)
Vienna Beats Brazil
In Soccer Match
VIENNA. Nov 18
The Rapid Club of Vienna beat
the hi-/.lii i team AtJattt'c
Mincro by three gcaH to Btre -
i! soccer match here till
noon after leading two goals to
.imi ..t hall time.
The first half was orUJWll
football and a fait and open gam-
which kept 50.000 special ^
excited throughout but the secon 1
h..lf was d I sappo Inline Reutrr
What's On Today
First state Trumpetrr CU|>
Shout al tiovernmeni
Kltle Kanae 6.30 am.
The Hotwlni Board meets In
the i ouinil Chamber at
10.36 am.
Kritksh Council and Associ-
ation of Cultural Soeielir-
state day School at
Qseen's Cotlecr Ineludln*
rehearsml of part of Ber-
nard Slutw'a Play. "The
Devils IMsclpIr"
First Dlvlaloa. intermedUtr
and Second Division
aroea at various ground*,
l p.m.
Caw A Gate Baby competi-
tion at Hasting* Roea*
a f>.m. The Potlee Band
will be In attendance.
Officer*' Dinner. Drill Hall
The Weather
TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.35 a.m.
Sun SeU: 3.34 p.m
Moon (Full* November II
l.ilhtim: 6.00 p.m.
llii-Ji Water 12.11 p.m.
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (CodrlMtdn) t"
Total for Month to yesterday
2.62 tna.
Temperature (Max) M.t "F
Temperature (Mln) 73.0 '
Wind Direction ( a.m.'
E.H.F. (3 p-m. S-B-l
Barbados
Water Polo
Team
THE Trinidad Wider Polo Team
winch arrives here on November
23rd are going to have a lough
time against the local team which
was selected on Thursday
Who's Who
Cnptained by "Boo" Patterson
who has over eight years of Water
Polo expenriHv behind him, the
i ltd for the First Tast Is
'I'ftuinly .i strong one. Patterson
lined up this season at centre back
'or Honitas. and he will be ploy-
ing in that position agJuEBtl Trlol-
tad. A player with considerable
-nergy ne can "swim 'through"
md clear to his forwards well,
has two able defenders In the
baek UM to help him. Tim Year-
waod at right back and George
Martian at left back Ycarwood
plays centra back for Flfring Fish:
Il a hard obstacle to any forward.
MacLean who captains Snappers,
this year's league winners, hi
steady can clear the ball with
cither hand and when called upon
to swim through can score accur-
ately
Paul Foster, who keeps goal for
Firing Fish is in good form, an-
il.!pates and lathers the ball well.
He it followed cloaelv in this de-
pel buettl by his brother Maurice
Ad the Swordllsh cuMmlinn Al-
bert WeatherheaH.
Sharp s I um ie rs
In ihe torward line lh*re are
three sharp shooters Ift hander
Kenneth Inre is perhaps the mnsl
dangerous. He has n habit of
backing the o;il when shooting
Which nukes it hard for Ihe goal-
keeper to anticipate. Many goals
are expected from him when the
Tiuiidndians arrive. Delbert Ban-
nister known in Trinidad al "the
goal scoring marhine" is another
poueiful shooter. Trinidad will
Dm '<> put their best back to
murk him if they hope to prevent
him from scoring. He topped this,
MMOn'i RO,il liv.-i ;,&!* ..ii.l i- .it
priM-iil slioolniK well. C.eoffrey
Foster Ihe other forward special-
scs in the back hand shot, which
runs think he should not us*, as
its foi*ehand shots are more ac-
curate.
besides these seven the Barba-
dos Water Polo Association has
four or live other players alao in
tip top condition which they can
use if necessary for the olhei Tent
matches.
Playing under floodlight condi-
tions will however be strange to
both learns, but the local team
peets to have one or wo practice
matches by floodlight l>ef..... tin
Thnidadian* arrive.
$300,000 Won
On French
Sweep
PARIS.
Who hit the jackpot of ulmoot
$30U.00U in the Freiu i
ltakes this month?
knows for %ure, but thi-
ispeeted winner, a cafe propri-
etor in a little village some sixt;
les from Paris. Monsieur Rous-
seau, is keeping the whole village
izzllng with fantastic rumour?.
rid plenty of newspapers in IraV.*
Mispen.*e
Monsieur RC4JsssMkU wraps him-
If up in mystery and ambigu-
ous remarks. Tauntingly he re-
BBBti Nheuevei soiiiebodj trsl
to make him commit himself
"Sure, sure, I won the 104
million francsI always do. 1
nad an aunt who lived to be km
years old. see-------?"
The baslh for .he rumours is a
oBM in Ihe village post office on
'>. the day the news-
papers carried the winning
bers of the sweepstake Monsieur
Rousseau was scrutinizing the list
when he suddenly jumped up.
"Did you win something''1
a*ked .. fmml
'No. I did hotter than 'some-
thing'." was the answer.
Tna ntxl day, Rousseau shoved
I.Is family into n car and drove
Off to Paria.
When he come back, he brought
with him .i television ML Thai,
to Um awed villagers, was al
spectacular a symbol of wealth a
uny. But what his wallet con-
tained, nobody ItlMW
MoBBiBUr RousseauN tflgCtM lg
especially trying for two women
in the village. They ore his wife.
fiom whom he was gOpgraUd ftv*
>cars ago. and his mlatnw, i
V/hom he alreadx h.i- f. i,r ,-hil

lln .|Vi tWO ""men Is:
"Arc we i-'allv llgtiting over
penuiiK' multi-millionaire ( i n
francs)"
Ni ith,.| is able tn till Etut the
i plolOl HUM MOnBMUr Rousseau
hit UM jackpot In the tVMB
i.iki'- appurently -. enough ..
inspire venomous glam--
-I tn
The ixcitement all goes back to
he day when a man came into Hit*
>>kM of UM French National Lot-
lery and proved lunv.it tin-
ner of the big priie. After qutetlv
pocketing the money. i
[eared as anonymoin.lv as he had
cntcre The event has no precedent i
France and will un.limbtecllv kev
people guessing for a long time I
I.N.8.
Yacht Club
Tennis
Yesterday's Hesulls
LAMBS' sisr.i i H
Miss M King beat Mrs. A. I
Gibbons 68. 10-8. 64.
Miss I. Lcnegun heat Miss I
Hudson 7-5. 63
MEVM SlNCil.ES
I I' Taylor beat D 1 Lawless
6 2. G 1
G. II Manning beat P MH!
PalUtson 3 -0. 04. 01.
H L. Toppin beat p. K Hoach
o__8. 107. 04
C. B. Sisnelt beat C, deFleita
62. 6--3.
H A. Cuke Jnr. vs. T A. Glt-
tens unfinished.
To-day's CssUHR
LADIES' sin, ,||^
Miss M King vs. Mrs D C
Klevnn
Ml N'S SIM.1.1 s
H. A Cuke vs T A OltUiU
C. B. Sisiiett vs F P Taylor.
LADIES' DOVBLM
Mrs. D E Wortnp and Miss E
Worm vs. Mrs. J. A Mahon and
Mrs A. A Gibbons
MEN'S ..... r.l i
N. deVertenil and K II. C
Hedman vs S P. Edghlll .ind
J H C. Edghill
M. Taylor and P ktUdw Vl
B E. Roirp i n d Dr. D. C.
Kiev an.
Play starts 4 pjn.
THE ANNUAL BAZAAR
w.ll bt held .it
THE DRILL HALL
On Saturday, 2nd December, I9!>0
from 3 to 7 P.M.
Under the distinguished pnlronao.- f Hit ExcrllvncU
Bat Governor and Mn. .Vai-apc
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The Palice Band under Captair Rai .on will b In attendance
Jn Aid of THE OLD LADIES' HOME.
PsflMS liefp a very desereinp C'harifu.
A dram ion
ADULTB l/.
CHILDREN NUBSF.8 0d.
Ilammrtrr
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U.S. Will Bridge
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TUCKERS TOWN. Nov 17
The United States early to-day
von a Hum orngrad woi Ed brldf
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Itiitain
The United States finished with
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3.680 over Britain after playing M4
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day.
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