Kovenbtr 3 2
U.S. TROOPS CROSS MANCHURIAN BORDER
Gales Hit Europe;
One Ship Sunk And
Two Girls Killed
THAMES BURSTS BANKS
LONDON, Nov. 21 ,
J?UROPE'S first fierce gales of winter eurgeii in|
from the Atlantic today sinking one ship ana
leaving othera in distress. Winds and torrential
rains caused Hoods, landslides and much damage
in Western Europe. But cross Channel ferries and
airways still ran. The Norwegian steamer "Kul"
keeled ovr in a 60 mile an hour storm off Sweden
and sanl* with her cargo of iron ore. Her crew
of 17 escaped by lifeboat.
- The Niidll Ul-rU Jupos
had been reported out of eontiol
2ui) miles off La Roeliellc, signalled
anight to j French radio *tatio ,
near Dre*i Uiut she was "out i>l
daietci unJ continuing hei vov
Pour ship*, two of Ihcm Danish,
OH SuedUh and one Norwegian
were asking for aaauH
Doltish waters. A Polish slap wn
reported aground on Saltholm
Island between Dennuuk and
The 7,980 ton American
Red Rule Die
ISOLATE RED FORCES
IN NORTHERN KOREA
TOB*Vo, Nov. 21
. IjMTED STATES troops iMcingSfcrouijh anoi
\ SS|kI11 l")| V on a 6,000 foot mountain i-.u^p entered tl
LAKE SUCCESS. Nov. 21
Nationalist Chum told the
United Nations Political Commit-
tee today Hut China's Commun-
ist Government wil "In process
of Internal disintegration'
Dr. T P. Tsiang. National
delegate declared that the Chin-
ese peoples under the Communist:
were "now starving and dying
and millions more will die this
Resistance forces opposing the
Peking regime hail "increased
phenomenally" he said.
"Before September 1948. thera
were only some 394.000 men oper-
ating against Mao's regime, in
the period between September
and December last year the
number Increased to 824.000
"During the first hall of 1950
they multiplied by more than 100
per cent, or to a total of 1.667,00"
Dr. Tslang said that the situa-
tion in Communist-controlled
China to-day was ace of "starva-
tion and death After maintaining
that there was no famine 'n
China, the Peking regime later
admit led that no fewer than
40.000.000 people were affected
by the food shortage, he declared.
HU speech was made in con-
nection with charges by Marshal
Chiang Kai Shek's Government
of Soviet aggression against the
territorial integrity of China
These charge* first made last
veer have since been before the
United Nations Interim Commit-
teethe ("Little Assembly")
in distress in the North Sea
yesterday was reported on her
way to Norway with |hc al I '
H.-r rteerlng ftai bad
been damaged. The turmoil
helped lo refloat the Liberty
ship Tine which hit a rock olt
Cherbourg, 'i-*t week
Torrential rains for Mime days
had caused much damage and
Hooding along the French-Swiss
Mirdei A landslide, the second
within a week, cut the Simplou
Tunnel m Switzerland today de-
nying the Orient Express several
Two sisters ;it:cd four and ninq
ere killed by Aab '
blown from a church MB] 8 Jan
Southern Italy when li-iiving after
The storm swtpi through Brt-
lain at 68 miles an hour last night
leaving B trail of wreckage
The Thames bursl iu hanks.
and road* in the West were under
two feet of water In places Rail-
way traffic between London and
West England was upset
A iypu.il baibuiu -cue
Oil I In- I'llUWII'IV
ifter it tie .-> rainfall. UsiU -r up for drying while work goa>>
U>NIX>N. Nov 21
Hugh GaUakeU, British Chan-
tallor >>i the Bxehaquei
dri.v he area Intonoed that Bra-
zilian BUlhoriUei woe about to
devote K10.oO0.00u to the liquida-
tion of commercial arrtara
hoped to settle the
remainder early in the new yen-
he told the HOUM of Commons
Up bad been rated irbat the
present position wah regarding
POSES A THREAT
NASSAU, Nov. 21
Last night the Nassau Dally
Tribune strongly protested the
secrecy surrounding liutlin'.- pro-
posals to Government, "We know
that .i great deal of money hinges
the fate of this Company bui
want to remind everyone
concerned that people of this
colony have rigbta and privilege
i t l>e safeguardedsensl-
LtJNDON. Nov. 21
Europe's coal famine Is threat-
ening a winter of empty gratc.^
aod electric power cuts especially
for Germans and Czechs. The
United Nations Economic Com-
mission for Europe has called
another meeting of the coal panel
towards the end of this month to
review the serious situation cre-
ated by dwindling stocks.
MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK. | West Germany and Czevhoalo-
Nov. 21 vakia report a particularly grave
Trade Will Increase
The possibility of the British
West Indies becoming Canada's
lllh province was speculated on
by Dr. C H. Blakeny. speaking
last evening to the Civic Affairs
Committee of the Junior Chamber
He predicted lhat trade between
Canada and the British West In-
dies would increase considerably
within the next few years as Can-
adian)) realized what a natural
tntt unite it was.
Many of the tropical products
now Imported from the United
States could be bought from the
Weal Indies, he said.
Queen Juliana Gets
On Visit To London
LONDON, Nov. 21.
QUEEN JULIANA of the Netherlands, the world's
only woman ruler, drove through chastxing London crowds
to-day on her arrival for a four-day state visit to Britain
| She sat by the side of King George VI in an orjeji
carriage drawn by white horses. Behind in another car
nage came her consort Prince Bernhard.
The, Queen arrived at Dover - fl**t tailing
position." France', Belgium, Poland
nd Denmark are equally wor-
ried. All are hoping for a mild
Britain. Europe's greatest coal
producing country Is to import
coal from overseas. It was an-
Only twice before in her his-
tory which In a large measure
has been determined during the
last century by her industrial
power, has Britain bought coal
from abroad. Reuter
For St. Vincent Discussed
'It.- liur O-o 4 r.r....l|...l)
KINGSTOWN. St. Vincuot
Brigadier E B. Mount of the
Colonial Development Corpora -
tion arrived here from Trinidad
by BO. Airways plane OH Mon-
day, Nov. 13.
During his short stay of three
days Brigadier Mount held talks
with Brigadier Sir Robert Anin-
dell. KCMG. O.B F. QOr-
ernor of die Windward Islands
and with the Executive Council
on the Hydro-electric scheme for
St. Vincent. Although unofflci.il
reports say that operation.- an
likely lo begin very soon. no
official release has been made as
yet on these talks.
NEW YOKK. Nov. 21
The American Geographical
Society': Magazine "Korea" de-
clared in iu current issue that
Russia has barely begun avgOOrjng
her oil bases.
Already Russia produces n
oil than any country excepting the
United States and Venciueln and
ttands second to the United Slates
A Russian paper reports thai
more than 140 oil fields bj
developed "yet exploration has
barely begun "
The paper estimates that Ru*
sia's ultimate oil yield will b
about 168,000.000.000 barre:
against 100,000.000,000 In t n
United States ateutrr
SINGAPORE, Nov. ai
Mrs Adeline Hertogh told i
Singapore High Court to-day that
she had let a Malayan nurse take
away he- daughter Iwiha *cr
three days in 1942 while la Javd
because the woman said *hr wai
bditics lhat must 1h* icspectedwooling lonely.
bo ..i.v QnaJ lattlament Of thi*I When -she tried to get Bertha
.w.,nv The public is becoming back. Japanese arrested her be-
praveb, conscious of what secret cause she had no pass. She did
negoliations could mean in the
ciuntiv in which Ihej awl their
childrenmust live down through
The Tribune warned Govern-
li.ent not lo BOOapt ihn "grave
; lity'' without proposals
b'ing given the fullest possible
, Ibl i airing -it'P.)
RIO DE JANEIRO. Nov 21
Large tierce fires to-day des-
troyed the Bviilalo BUI circus
Which came here from Buenos
Aires three weeks ago Despite
firemen s prompt intervention, the
flames took less than ten minutes
to davtroy the completely covered
The lire 111 apparently caused
by a short circuit in the circus*
private power house.
The only casualty reported was
a seal Losses, were estimated at
?hint fur a
300 QUIT FIRE-RAZED
ALASKA, Nov 31
Three hundred typhoid patient
evacuated whan flame* swept
through a hospital In Yuk<
wilderness about 390 mil
southwest of Fairbanks In sub-
lero temperature firemen to-day
abandoned their all-night effort
to save the budding. Patients
ken to nearby homes.
' i her daughter again for
ight years Che Amman, the
Malayan nurse, claims that M
Hcrtogh gave her the child per-
Mrs Hertogh said to-day that
the had given birth to her sixth
hild a few days before Aminah
took Bertha sway, She tried to
fat her daughter back eight
if'n lnr confinement
iteitha's lawyer asked he. .
prove that she could write after
the claimed ihe had written from
a fmanage internment camp in
Java to try to get her daughter
hack from her Malay nurse.
Mrs Hertogh said she was too
nervous to write but when the
Jtdge ordei. i m (., i she traced
the words 'dear mother" on a sheet
Though she win having a hard
time before she was interned, she
rejected the suggestion that she
was glad to find someone to take
nne of her children away.
The /Udflt tuLI bar I
onsidcr above all whni was be
far ihi- child and uaiad what plans
Ml MertOgh and her husband, a
little tlKegwis* altar bar stormy
\oyaai'*aslhe cruiser e .
five Briush destrojan raoerad
few minutit ahaad of scheduli-
Batlerics on the Dovai coaa
vd i aejuti q| i i
The Queen was mat
by the Duke of Glouc4>Mer nn<
after a shm-t eerernony r,f we)
cone, ihe Royal part> inveUad
t. Lo bioB D9 ipaeteJ
King George an
bain waHad ..'. Vi< lot
In London to gjraef Ihern
Between the Blatton and l'"ck
inghim Palace crow
In the biting wind, and the stark
tunics of the Cold* I ream (Juanl-
nien lining the route wen' hudhi
uimJ'i heavy gieatcoats In the
BRrWd. children wnve.1 rniniatur
Dutch National Saga
Mfaabei i the Cabinet, in
cludlnr Puna; Mmivb r Atllr.- aft
Foreign Beoralary Beeln wen- i
the- ri-.-eptioii parly
lt% ( tiiifirs.'im
\Mi<'i in.. Nat ||
i'ii in i artfuaaari
i':... v a ho bar'
uted .it the A**inbi> PraaJ
'i qua Uanlng.
I tab, "Wh|
Mi- hlul lutheresi
and owi ei .; n .
shirv Bttata Baa been i
a ol Km* Leopold
H i i.i latent In I i name
"Truth and .lustier ''
i:nmer she hiri'il tM
B) 'mi l'ruiiels.
King Belgians to vole for the
Ci EnoUc Part) wrileti favoune
return to the ihreau Iroaj
r. She sent thousand* ot
larnphtata Into BalgUirn with
i -- ts fi-nn lu-i hook
IJMTED STATES troops racin^nrough anows
on a 6,000 foot mountain raMt entered the
town of Hyesanjin on the Manchurian border to
day isolating powerful Comrauniat forces in tin.
North Eastern corner of Korea.
The American Seventh Division, first United
Nations troopa to reach the frontier, drove. Mmotrt
the whole population into the Yalu BWer town,
just east of Longtitude 118 at the end of the 70
mile week end dash in the semi circle.
SAIGON, Nov ||
have attacked at one point in
R '- ..... lam oapJtal (
f- > 'i mllltar)
The attaeh nmk plaei
l.i ,n Tbudamot) t ol Batgon
.1 i p ta outaeal n died,
H. pobeaman i
N4.rUiwest o( Baneal I.....i>
lorQi of ihe rpll iL rranch
iiliiiios attacked a Vielntuiiii con
In the north. French forcm
Tare rBountln| theli offenat'
igutnst Vietimmh guerlll
liatang Into the
their Tonkin rieehowl" djel i
Nepalc-i .....i troopi
trying t country
it iK-llion to ., quick i
i rder get
ii des si>ulli of I
t. ichtng hare aatd on
1 ', ,. kl'\ MHIthclIl |t\
a I trg ral i neaa party
: '.. Government
i. \ Nepaseer
l'mli.i'^\ !" i"iininli|iic - i it "i-l
. pii] ..in- vttMaa "" "
arnment troopa are advancing
[no..... en! aetr* itv
i. ii w nei e rebel
Ruagfa, 17.8. Talk
On Jap Tn*fly
i.aki: IU0CBBI N II
had further talk* on th. pro-
. peace i
i ,'u ad in ii.ii John
ia for the
I die. iiuh-
wi .-n iiti two mi ii n
Ih undettook xo
eking o in c
Queen Mary Wnves
Queai Mary, naothai of th.'
Brlti*h Ktnn wai at the window
al i -I realdenee .% the u- i I
pas-'d. She bowed nnd waved
her handkerchiel Queen JuLUUia
... i .i. i
Queen Mai> wai lo
ceived Juliana and Prlno Ben
bin i later tunas bui Ui
I Uigaani i'.ii-c rowda pn
ad doaa to th* i.niingi to tea
i i I
Latei the Dutch QueO
CripjM Has Spine
ZURICH, Nov 21
ifford t'rippi. tormei
|l.....r the Kx-
beouei I ta from an In-
aettan Of the IptaM and will need
arulonged rest ami iu-.ttii.fnl i
he Swiss .....ui.taini. Lad) Crlppl
mil hare to-day.
Sn su.ifoid who is at present
aattng m Zurich Nursing horn
oonflned in bed and I
Sal on hui back.
Thr Infection was 'ii-.< overt i
mil home It was as a direct n
>uTt of this thai Sir BUiTord M
.igried hi-- poal ai Chan i-lloi
LONDON, Hot II
tun ( ."in.....iwealth pro
. nvi [) li-m I
tod to Waahli
. liable U>-da>
..,.., i ..
nil all Coi.....wealth i
Some 20 miles behind them thc>
had left Kaplen. th,- key Junction
75 miles In from the East coast.
heap of smouldering ruins
Ctoaa on their left A
were alt" advancing towards the
frontier after destroying a large
i...... aouth of the
beet most rtubbora
ilnei ihe Cunsasuruaai Bvokg eon*
tad in the north
ago Americana and awuth Kore-
i- i i-imiK ihe Ccenmantati
t>ark towards Chueon-llujan^.
leas than 3(1 air miles from the
United Nations troops m Ihe
, iinrinm.il l.i mOVil
Forward aaalnat what appaarad lo
i ii. i-untmunUt defenco
line runntne from Taecnon, north
,! Pakrhcri uiraugh I
Cenerel MacArthur*i ipokeirnan
aid this wai continuous, bui
i uld b) i aid b Conununieoi
r, tnountaini and htUi running
up towardi the Yalu B
U n at Sinulju
trere DeUevad i>
he holding Hulohln Itaelf and the
'injong are.i north "f I'n-an.
moving the.i whole
line pwward not nhtm io-
lated ttwuati lo aaald mips and
i revanl Ing maul-
, iraluuM patrolled eight
la no-maa'a-land, nartri
. t Pak< i......ind probiag aha
ii *i......Use I ..irmunuvt
weea ~aarei to lh
.i.-i .11 tka w.-st-
Unlted St-ies Fifth Air Pore"
lihines "severely erlppardr thet'otn-
rnun 1st rail supply avatatTl In North
Korea during the (>,isi 2* hours.
an announced lodej
More than -IH> ior''
.(ns( Communist kev
rentreg in the ruail
iralna and bttw dutnpi ai asgu
Till TllK. ADVOCATF TBr NIWP
lllni 1111 l.i' or Nllhl
i Mi AIIVUCATC 1-AYB FOR NEWS.
7/^/r"// SMu/fr/Ae/6e4 **&*&
mat Dutch ..riny aargrant, hud hushand left the palace lo pli
for Bertha If she went to Holland ., afTWh
Mrs. Hertogh said she would )' Unknown Warrior' of the First
I to school when she had leam- 11 Wai ii W.-stnnn-iti'i au.-v
ad some DutrJi
After an exchange about the
difficulty of educating Bertha ut
Holland, afis Hertogh told the
court she had seven chlldrt n
throe boys and three girls besides'
liertha The eldest was l, and the
>outajiest three years old.
Hearing was adjourned until to-
U.S. WILL NOT SEND
SHIPS TO ANTARCTIC
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21
i lull- not
lo sand any warships "nto An-
i i. in .. ..i.-r- during the IM0
si season n was announced to-
dgJ The original agreemen*
ttiawn ui 11M8 waci
daaLgncd to avoid hssanla
baaafean tm- powara making rival
.....I to Ai it..r. ii* territories
: .... ..'.,- ii ui,
la light on ao
WbatC ">uld w then
. mi., tn) ' Q ' en i dial i
u Foreign Minister Dik BUkker
Behind the formalities ,-f the itatej The United 8 ati
of his visit, he is expected to have|;erriti>rial claims In the Am.in
important talk'' with Erncatltki and hai rafuaad la
Bevin on German rearmament other niitions' claims,
Reuler [ Reuler
MM I IMO\
Butcher Found Guilty Of Murder
His Honour Ihe Chief Juiticc, (iaskin^ menial condition by wai4 lo tin- PalaM : ] am atB 1941 II" ba
Sir Allan Colly more, in the Court Dr. A. P. Minr. Dr Charles c. pornal that he TokI Ullad a woman, experience o< sfen|al rtoeptl
of Grand Soaaions yesterday sen- Manning and Dr. Lloyd-Still, that was not .i baUuclnatlon it.n., Burma and England, and
fenced Kenneth GasKin. former Superintendent 4r the Merit;,! Ho- The Crown next called Mr. hj.d made a ftudj of rnant
I Watt'i VUtag*! St pitai (;..! 'harles w Rudder, Police MagLv neases.
George, to be hanged for the mur- and July of hearing voices and ii.de of District H. who had eon- Strange Voice
der of h i reputed arlfe Meta seeing objects, and both Dt Muir r" ctad the j)relimlnary hearing of ||a had -
il pronounced and Dr. Manning were of the opin- in., case In which Gaskin had u-n lhl. |)I)MII1 ,, .fllJ,
the jurv A'lnch sat on the ion that his hallucinations were > h irged with murder. He Idenu- nud askwl the accose-i simple uuaa-
jnd Gaskln guilty within genuine. Dr. Uoyd-StM. on tba nil depoalllona thai were< handed );1>mg nnrt hr hari uri. ,., [hen
10 minutes of their retiring. other hand, said he believed lhat to him as depositions that I Th,, 1IC,.U1P(| KIirw mat
Th, defence of Insanity put up Gaskln was play-acting, and dotag tiee taken by him and u,. rtl aske
nee Counsel. Mr .1 S B 11 badly. deoee to Ola affect 'hat the ar- the nceusel what he w.l
Dcr failed, and ihe lury by their Krgisler'i Kecordi cuied had cross-exam I neri
mdicated that they had When hearing of the case was neases. asking them questions hk. ., ,, ..
come to the conclusion lhat when rammed yesterday morning. Major
death foster. Superintendent of Glen- I "use through the Haps of the dom , The ai
In Watt*!- Village about ^oclock rtalry Prison, produced the Regis- ;' win t.indmg.' and i(t tA]
THIS Bl'S ASH I XR Hided *e>U-rd*> on Lower Br4..ul sit^.'l
aad haag a* traffic far soaae time istary on Page SI
ih.. evei tog Of July S lh.s vear. t whlch carrieo u,t Dgm. I
hi knew Ah.it i a eraa doing, or prisoner, his complaint and hi-
wns eai<-. Ulihma be- treatment along with the date
ht ami wrong i, M.mmng recalled, said
Prosecution was that the Register whirh Major
conducted h Hi F K Field. Foster had produced was the one
General. Hearing m which he (the doctor; had madi
n aftaiday Apart from certain notes after axomintng the
L accused >.n July 14. 2? and 28
p4*.i mortem ftodtnga, in reply to Mr. Field. D
[there was evidence given about nil**, said that when the accused
Ara you sure thai H pel I
'w v/as me." and "are Ihlnu- "i a^kad iccuaed about the
. ".- and Vll(,
ow many time* have- yoii ever pliad that In bad
ught feed f( U ri. rMre
The aarliisl date pf tht
August 8. Mr Rud i BtUl, deacribl
eply to Mr r>ar The dill i. halluclna-
i/jil BasuaUBl dd the
. yd-Still suul h. had been former was a sensory perception
f the Mental Hos- e> >n pair 3
Water Polo Team Arrives
MR JO) Manager
oT Uu Tru.idau Water Polo
Imim asas Kr ii*mwr o( Uu
IION GARNET t.OKIMiN (left,, memhrr ol the- Si l.urla Lec-
Malurr Mho arrived from 81 Lucia >ralrnlj> m mr( ,t St-iMt-tl
h| Ml i Krnn. U, lhopnpiM.ii. < olunl.il httHlM Jt Uu British
|jnban> in Huhinilun ami a mrmbrr of (hi Britkh -re lion of
:l. I .rtbbe-an iinmk*lnri Hie* Irwvr tomorrow with Ihf Bar-
bados df-lrtale* for ( ur....... to alte-nil llir fourth Hewkloti of Ihr
I OeMhnaM which ptM .Vovi-trtber 27
to arrive from
W 1 A to-morrov.
Bmml Anatnor. John Trxeini,
JoM. talliar an<| John i
Tlc reniu.iio.i of the men's team
nnn the ladir*' team are due to
I It W I A -pecial
: ..I arMi i> dus
II ) unii MB I hi e In I j
2 IS p m
to-morrow mi*ht ,,l the liarbado*
h frill bf
playi-tl under Iloodliifhl condition*
PIjiv begins at 9 p.m
THE RECITAL of Sacnxl Music
which take* place ..t St
I-eofmrH'i Church at 8 o'clock lo-
nlKht promiaea to be very entcr-
lafnini v. II tea as Mrs.
omes, Mrs St C Tudor,
Mrs Hazel Burrowes and Messrs
A <. Rod* b -d Lionel Giilem,
n, V/. D Harris. C. W
i' .' Diane and Festu.
Thompson Included In the pro-
Kramme are Dennett's "God Is a I
SuitiV. it'ii! Bach1 "I-- l. Joy of
rfan'i Deainnc", which will bt
suns by the ch<>ir
After Twelve Years
ARRIVING on Monday ,im.-
BOMI at Sea well fiom .!.
I .S were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bell
and their two children Carol and
DJVM. Mrs. Hell who has . |
vutlied Barbados for li .
Is lbs torakoi Rub]
I Mr and Mrs. N F
BdflShUI of "Marley Vale" Bt
Mr Hell i with tba Pan At... ;
tan Airways In Now York Thev
MH AND M
.1 who spent a short
holiday In Barbados at 'he Ocean
I returned to SI Lucia
B W I A.
Ml Friend is Cost Surveyor
for Messrs Holland i
od Cubitu Coi a are
now rebuilding Castries ip^,
Mr Fnend is Ihe former Mrs >
Edith Ftuissac. M BE, of the _'
Hotel St Antomne In St LlS
Mlt JACK GEHYLO
da who has
dad since Saturday
B.W I.A yesterday morning to
spend two weeks in B-'badoa,*^,-./j
He is a guest St the Ocean VUPW T.t.. *fl
Mr Gerylo is a ram
clan with TCA In Montreal. v.,- m
B.B.I. Kadio Prejjrannt'
isviiKAi Nwvsansas a. ism
IIS p. "*"" Weeriesel. 1J p.m
Th Red !" * *** ** Mwi. IC
p .i, hv N-- "-" Boiam. 1 I* p.m
quick relief from that
feattjBJ and other ili-
oDmlom of a cold. Take
Have It hand? ly..
lie i. n, Mid W.-.K
,.,.. him pm. The;
Rupert's Autumn Primrose16
|J^N. GARNET OOBDON
' Luda delegau- for
i ii Session of the West
Indian Conference which takes
and Mrs. Arthur Buchanan
irrived from Trinidad yes-
a Curacao from November u-rday morning by it w i a
1 to December 8 arrived from St. They are guests ul the Marine
B w i a rastarday mora- Hotel
" He was met at fteaweJl by MT Here for about a week. Mr
I '-th Thompson, Colonial Buchanan is Sales Representative
British Embassy in for BOAC in New York. He la
Washington and a member oMhc touring several of Ihe Caribbean
action 'if the Caribbean inlands.
Commission Mr. Thompson ar- Tb*" ' Iheir llrst visit to Bar-
-. Barbados on Monday baews which they say is well
afternoon They leave to-morrow i>p"keii of wherever they go.
alonu with the Barbados delegates u____c -_. m
for Curacao. Home For Christmas
ILfHS IRENE CARLSON and
ivaWn-r two sons Laurie ami
David left yesterday morfUn|
bj .iic m route to the U.S. She
. is going home for Christmas
Jffi Her home is in Texas.
7 During tier slay here *h- W|
by B.W.I A t.-r Jamaica en route ,h 1-., ..i..,- It.im
to Encland. Mr. Nica has been gfih"1 ParadUe Biatn
in Barbados since the beemnlnr aft- r.r|m, Khejwl works
Oftboyoaj HI w,f.. hasslrendy ... v>iw3a hu!,Dand ttor,w
leturned to England by -he '" Vrm"- _
Operations Officer J SEE " Mr * Mn '
MR AND MRS. Allan King ""- *
Electrical Engineer Returns
Mlt. JOHN Mil l<<<| ,
live of Consultant Engit
fur the Barbados Electric
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it w I.a sUUoned bare. Mr wn>
roirmrly rationed in Antigua.
r 'ii ( 7'
Chambers who returned from
Trinidad on Monday a"e at present
staying ut the Enmoro Hotel and
not at one of the Hats at Kent
House. < 4.i .
MR JOHN NICE left yestor
day for Finland vt> Jamalra
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LORD COFFEE (O'Lindy's Star)
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iMiivi-nw vovrMnru 22. itso
Bulcher Found "** vo.r*.ts * koria HARBOUR LOG
n Carliale Bay
0) Inim P-W 1
without ..bj*-.:. v
.raring vokt and see-
in,; thing* that did in
delusion w|i a false U
Caesar, or that aumvuitw wa* pei-
>'iu when no one wui
persecuting you in fad.
Hv had aaked that Iho accused
to the Mental Hospital
foi observation in view of thi
9 to 21 and dur-
had otorrvfd him tantuUf, and
so had members of the stain*. He
found thai the accused knew
come from His general behaviour
was satisfactory. He answe'ed
uue*lion& slowly, but cot actl)
He was a dull man of low inte.-
ligence. After the ebaervation.s |
H back to Glendairy.
No II ......i.i..ri..nv
Or. Lloyd-Still said ho did no'
think thai Qaakln'l hallucination*
1 .in- A nan suffering
from h.illuminations should huM-
0 plums beside just com-
plalnlna. of hearing vol i
should show symptoms of toxic
poisoning, us from alcohol, or
should be suffering from high
lev*. He should also -how
some other sign of mental abnor-
mality, such a.* confusion, or
In his opinion, Gaskln during
the lime that he was under ob-,
servation was capable of knowing
right fiwin wrong. He had heard
Um evidence of accused's actions
prior to the killing and soon
utter, and he was of the opinion
that they dve of san-
Raplylng to Mr. Dear. U
said th;.t the i
which Di. Mull spoke might have
been genuine. He would not
express an opinion on whether
the fact that the aroused hud
withal about seven minutes after
commitUng a erlmo gone and
surrendered to the Police was in-
f his having lost hut
Instinct for self preservation. He
did not think that accused's dis-
' th weapon and then
surrendering himself was incon-
During the time that accused
the Mental Hospit.il. nU
Dr l.vii-stiii. ro oxaalned by
Mr. Field, he had performed DM
impulsive actthrowing a utensil
and contents at one of the atten-
dants and then lying on the floor.
Extent of Hallucination*
To the Chief Justice the doctor
i.nd that It would depciui mi tin*
natim of tho halluonatioits
whether a person buffering from
them could still carry on the
i idmary allairs of life.
Thai closed the case, and ad-
dresses by Counsel followed
Mr Dear told Iho jury that i
mm vrfatn Hal Defence raised the
pica of insanity, -the onus was on
the Defence to provenot beyond
reasonable doubt, but W ttC me
degree as was required to a tvll
actionthat at the time that the
accused committed the net not only
.... !.i-. mind ilisoi .ii-n-l. bill thai
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Industrial Breakdowns Hit
VIENNA. Nov. 20.
breakdowns In indus-
trlal production in Czechoslovakia
and Hungary due to a slow down
utiMii by workers against Com-
munist regimes were reported on
Sunday by Vienna newspapers. In
..... dispatch the Socialist
papal Arbeller /eiluiiR rO-
klrenfleal open rebellion
. an in coal n
istry in Crechoslovakiu.
Hungarian datelined stories
Tut i i i i kont r:\iHR ,.r
t b a motor car M1470,
owned by Ulrlc South of Hole-
town and driven by Lewis Year-
wood of Prince of Wales Road,
was damaged In an accident .it
Ileckwith Pluee. City, at about
Also Involved was a National
Claude Payne of
Amiiiii i. ACCIDtNT oc-
curred at Prince William
about 9.30 a.m.
I i the motor lorry
M843. owned by at U ll-rrison
of Fontatwlh- and driven by Corl-
tou ll.nk.--on of Beekles Road. St.
Mi.liael. and a mule dNLWI oartj
Branch of Buth Mali
The loft ! el Iho earl was
id .i i-'\ of ii tn
whah iii' cart w.i conveytnaj,
DI'KlNti MONDAY and up to
(1 o'clock yeileid.iy mornm*,
st rainfall was recorded
In 81. James. This parish had 70
parts while 73 parts fell in tho
Station Hill District of St aflcttgel
,-i, SI 1 ;.-..i i;r
12 Dtrkti St Philip, four parts;
St Thomas. 40 parts and St. John,
i IghJ parts.
SHORTLY AFTER 6 o'clock yes-
terday evening a Vauxhalll
car, M 106, valued 3500. was com- ]
i by lire alonp
Baue Road The ran Btlgade
i isnoned but when they
arrived on the scene the blaze
already had complete control.
They however concentrated water
in lb.- gar and the lire Wsf soon
The car is owned and f/afl belnn
driven by George Gill of White
Park Road. His brother Lionel
.GUI was the only other a
land Iwith escaped without injury.
The oai ll insured.
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After 52 Years
AFTER living In the USA. for
52 years. Mr George Doorly na-.
letumed to Barbados for a holi-
day. Son of Martin Edwaru
Doorly, at one time the organist
at the Cathedral, and C.therlnr
Carrttigton, Mr Doorly left this
island In 1898 for New York, and
spent his 21st birthday at sea.
When Mr. Doorly left he had
been working in the Colonial
Secretary's Office, but on arriving
in New York he Joined an Im-
port and Export linn. Lnan he
became Interested in textile de-
signs, and was the originator oi
the "Honolulu Print" "At first
people wouldn't buy the prtnts,
and **id that only a loose woman
would be seen In such a colour-
ful dress", drawled Mr. Doorly
(hi) Barbadian accent stll* bul-
ging in the background), "but
MH.il ihey sold like wildfire"
Speaking or the enthusiasm ot
Americans for the West Indies
Mr. Doorly said. "They ore crazy
bout these islands, but you have
to get luxury abipa like- Uw
"Queen of Bermuda" to bun.
them here, and when they land
ihcy will expect good hotel
commodatlon." He also pointed
out that in Barbados a deep
water harbour Is an essential If
tourist trade is to expand: "People
dislike those shaky gangways
In his opinion, the West Indies
would capture Bermuda's tour-
ist trade without difficulty.
Mr. Doorly is now busy tryinf
to locate old friends when he
left Valence Gule wa> Edlta
the Advocate but his m
pre oweupetton is trying to pro-
nounee "Cucrabonk" correctly.
(An article by Mr. Doorly- re-
Stinted from the "New York
Imcs" appears on P 4.)
r\. $4U from DUtgfde
Lamberla Plantation, St. L.ucy, on
Sunday Ttic cvele it" oi*^ied by
James Grtfflth of Rocklleld. St
Lk the 1n.1d.11t was re-
ported to the Pol ire hy Clyde
Johnson of Graveyard, St Lucy
XMAS TREE DECORATIONS
NV. mi u|iply yuu wilh Ihe Mtx.1 ll.auli'lul
\ 'i Inn Ml rM t thuUghl of.
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BARBADOS fi AmfXKTE
Wed n .-.da.
nber 22. 1950
I It H I III VI HI
ALTHOUGH iti tin- Last low years a
Jary number of cinemas have been Imili
in this Island, llaSCe is yet no satisfactory
theatre Bui despite this, through the efforts
of Dramatic Societlee, pedple have becitme
more theatre COneCiOISI than ever before.
What is needed now is ;i small, well-
designed Civic Theatre, capable of seating
about three hundred people. This would do
more to improve Drama in Barbados than
anything else, and give our people the op-
portunity to learn what theatre really is.
Moreover, it would allow the schools to
take drama seriously, and so ensure a sup-
ply of trained actors for the future
There is a possibility that the new exten-
sion to the Y.M.C.A may be made into u
little theatre, but with the funds available
it would be impossible to provide accom-
modation for more than two hundred peo-
ple. If the Y.M.C.A. would agree, and it is
probable that they will, the proposed the-
atre could be enlarged and used as Civic
The problem, as usual, is how to raise the
necessary funds. Perha|>s. Liverpool can
show us the way. Some years ago in that
city there was no theatre catering for
true lovers of drama, but there was the
demand. A meeting was called and the in-
terested subscribed sufficient money to start
a theatre. The theatre was made into a
Limited Company, and it was agreed that
whatever dividends then1 should be in the
future should be used to improve the
theatre. The plan worked well.
In other words, if we want a theatre in
Barbados we must pay for it ourselves. If
there is sufficient public support and the
Dramatic Societies contribute according to
their means, the money can be raised.
It has been suggested that instead of ex-
tending the Y.M.C.A. building and using it
as a Civic Theatre, a separate theatre should
be built. But the cost of such a theatre
would seem to be prohibitive. It is estimated
that to build a separate theatre would cost
a minimum of $100,000 while to extend the
Y.M.C.A. theatre would cost $25,000.
But if a Civic Theatre is to be built, one
point must oe emphasised. That is that the
theatre must be public in every sense, and
the poorer Dramatic Societies must have
the same opportunity to put on shows as
the richer ones, even though the latter may
have contributed more lothoTheatre Fund.
And besides being used for the production
of plays, the Civic Theatre would be a con-
venient place for holding Lectures, debates
and other functions.
Some people will contend that a theatre
with a seating capacity of two hundred and
fifty to three hundred would be too small
for Barbados, but this is not so. The small-
nesa of the theatre would be an advantage
in many ways. Not only would the acous-
tics be better, but the players would have
the advantage of being able to play to a full
house every night. Also, the immense
amount of work involved in putting on a
play would not be utilised for only a few
nights, since companies could afford to run
their shows for a week or more.
Perhaps the strongest point in favour of
having a Civic Theatre in this island was
brought out in a letter by Mr. Charles
Thomas (the obvious choiae for an organiser
of such a theatre) which appeared yester-
day. He said: "The amateur theatre can
play an immensely vital part in enriching
th life of the communfty if only it will
venture beyond the realms of that most
difficult and least impressive of all dramatic
forms, the farcical comedy."
It is up to us to free the producers. At the
moment they are tied to farcical comedies
because of their popular appeal, and they
must pay for the hire of the theatre some-
how. Glwn B Civic Theatre they would be
able to concentrate on more serious work,
and so help to raise the cultural standard of
I Jl \>h (inn 4 till* \l HnkuHU On His Uu ..it-. And
!*< Ikr l.isl M l.i.l. Ifa-iiim: < III.V\... KOKE.V.. IIHI I
THIS MAY BE NEXT
ON STALIN'S Mii:\ IIA
I III' itMIIIUl IriMM
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HONGKONG. Hongkong stood battle, bomb- BJUS) They <^*V tne slight body.
Said one of our Minlsters-on- ing, and enemy occupation and of a ChlJMM en.!, dead. He was
IOUI Kir other day. "There is lil>eration. Bui her* It wax the killed when vanfktlUl DJMO look
nothing wrong > s shop
casting rang* from Hongkong. It and. of couraa. they knew bet let- sad blew the btscs apart,
in be heard clearly in Kowloon. where to look. But a bob, was walking on
TDM, and we should hope ao. his beat, where he should be and
I 4 K. ^ loon is I mile and a half PssWgW ... hot Oiling up forms in triplicate,
crass the The British brought in coal and "' resolutely *e went for the
Probably Iur Uli began rehousing. A killer. 1 was with the police corn-
right hon prompt result was that the bun- nus.si.mei. making a Saturday
gentleman meant gry and homeless fiora beryond the ""nuing tour of his island police
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TO-DAYS SPKC IMS
at THE COLONNADE
Hut wc cannot
be lure he did.
For few hi Hnt-
.n'l appear t o
know in u c h
MM furthest Far
Iiould. for il stands high
Stalin'! Hit, maybe oe
-----jpt result was that the bun-
em an meant Bry BIU| homeless from baytlnd the ""
oil. which is boHer poured in. ''
By IV46 the population of the
port had doubled and many wssre
maliin.i, i holers
it happened. Hi*
picked up the news, and In
ten minutes "The Guv'nor" him-
self wai on the spot. The Hong-
smallpox. Infant mortality was ko"l police generally are
nearly iN> per thousand. Their 4,500 men have plenty to
The British had to bring back do and a large bailiwick, for it
health too. Tw.. million people stretches aero** the bay and the
were vaccinated ,n two veai> For mountains of the New i<
long it was not possible !> build to ,ne front in <>f Red China,
new hospitals, but existing ucoOftt- where on one side of the village
Mulct, r ii stands "high modation was doubled up, private "tf-et of Sha Tsa Kok stiolls that
nursing homes mobilised, 8,000 British bobi)
Hongkong uses out of the Chini mid wives registered. stands a Red guard
Ms, a rock like Gibraltar, except Dey and night the doctors and "> mounted
iun Hongkong itself is an island, the nurses worked They deserved minding notice
densely built up to win and the
low shelf under the mountain
rtll. is Kowloon. Us mainland
i iinb I loth were ceded to Brit-
.u. by treaty.
Before we made her one of the
KreMest port* in the world, there
ffsj nothing except rock and
* till tomm
beneath thr re
"People uf ( i.n: i
igan to do ao.
But ft Is a campaign which is
never won. The fact that nearly
twice as num.* more babies
i r.5.000) were born In the colony
lait year than in mill has some-
thing to do with it.
have BO fear. The People1:
Of Liberation i> "ere- *
reme to China."
In They Come
I'eyond Kowloon are the New
ciritones. leased to the Brilisii
l>out the turn of the cenlu.-y f->r
A large number ot citizens still
prefer to come to Hongkong
10ft double wire fence iuns for
miles along the frontier nver
iM'lwien our police barracks
which today are fortified block
houses, to stem the traffic.
It does no more, for they still
the nver and get over the
ll> <.l UICI.I IrOOIII V
BECAUSE for many y act
with th.- textile and feeea Industry and.1
during much of that time, had a special to-
terest in the materials and dress colours which'
g ImUssoJ the White House. I wrote
Mrs Harry S Truman not Ions ago and
iked bi r what her favourite colour eras, Htr
secretary, Mb* Reethe) Odum. replied (hat
t was blue, of almost any il
That information tilleo out for me the COm-
plete roster of "White House colour' rincd
That wns when Alice Roosevelt, the Presi-
.i new *hade of
i mediately rhrtrttfatrl (or her
taunebed an idea which has flourished ever
iince. That is the) virtual adoption of various
v the various First Ladies and their
Feminine km Here is Qm Listing, as I h.
gathered tt ovei the yean
Alice Blue. When Mrs. Harrington Hum-
phries, .hen the private seamstress at the
Tins \ I (.KTABLK SALAD (Small)
Tins < OKNKD BEEF with CERE \L
Tinx MY LADY TOMATO BOUT
gentlemen make a living by swim-
ming customers across on their
back! "rid then acting as ladders
OVfj the wire.
They are mv.in.ibly pssfcad Up
by a patrol and led back to the
'"'. budge when they must explain
to the "Oh.....e PeopleN I'oliee'
Meantime, established hospi-
llke the famous Queen Mary
ears. So for the next 40 or sc and the Tung Wah strive to take
ears these 400 square miles of a rare ot the wounded of everyday
utSjttl land like :.'* glgO '"* and u f\ne '.ew one. largely
*loa| lo " helped by the outstanding private
generosity of Hongkong people.
It's Crowded rises on the Peak.
What are vu doing with our There is another Held, educn-
state. and our MsMQt Uon, In which Hongkong sets an
As everywhere else in our war- example More lhan ten per cent.
lattcrcd and war-obsessed world, "' 'be eolony'n total public expen-
lere is overcrowding. But few dilure goes tn nhape the nun.I
^ces have had. as Hongkong has. its tomorrow's citi/en
a cope with a three-fold rise in I Hi 800 schools are 160.000 Sornelum the police .x.Ii.hik.
mpufation. which probably now children: it still leaves ftO.OOO o(n,.r thtagg When a Red sentr*
:.mds above 2.000.000. more outside, a matter to which nre| from ,h, far bank he wai
Probably 2,000.000 because, energetic action is being direeled. instantly answered Three wound-
Mi Commissioner of Police Mac- ed People's policemen wer
ntosh. whose hardest task Is to The Killer carried away, and a British polio
heck not rogues but refugees. Is there crime and violence in corporal wai promoted to sergeant
idmits: "Nobody really knows to this model colony? that night.
vithin 100.000." Oh yes. Also In London, the You have got to be tough a
Spend a day amid the teeming most civilised city in the world, well as be, g(~~l on this last British
in and wooden hovels which At blaring noon, in Aberdeen frontier with China. And these
ipnng up overnight on either side (Hongkong's own fishing village), fine young f.llows are both, like
>f the bay and you wlU under- an oilskin cape and a little conical much else in this admirable Brit-
^tand why hat lie on Ihe pavement by the ish colony U.S.
White House, visile 1 John YV anamakert store
;n Philadelphia, she was shown a brocade i
pur silk of a new shade just created b
Indeed, some enterprising [ Edwin E. Cassell, the store's silk buy, i "Ml
rOlt I ISO\ I -\< Miracle
By BOB CONSIDINE
wc offer the following
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1.ASTIKON WHITE - , Kin 1 gin
I.ASTIKON I'KRMANENT GREEN '. (b '. Ui I (In.
PKOMEUM PRIMER 'i >ln., 1 Kin.
J'KOMEUM SILVER '. uln
PEaifAMOIO SILVER I, gin.
M>S ENAMEL >i pi 1 pi '. gin., W ln.. I gin.
NYLANDS VAKNISI! '.. M 1 pi.. '. gin 'i gin 1 gin.
I.YI.ANIJS KUHIK VARNISH '-, gbl.. 1 gin.
LlFIGUARD ENAMEL V. pi 'j pt.
MAHOGANY VARNISH STAIN
COPAL VARNISH BRUSHESul! .si/e?
WILKINSON & HAYNKS
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
PHONES 4472 and 4687
Cortisone, the new miracle com-
pound, is working out so well that
you can expect the Russians to Um
get around to inventing It any day Mi
It has benclU'ial and sometime*
downright dramatic effects on'
rheumatic fever (principal cause
of the nation'* No. I ailment, heart
disease), rheumatoid spondyliti*
still's disease, psoriatic arthritis,
asthma, inllamatory eye disease"
and halt a dozen others.
work, and one company,
k. gambled $3,000,000 that
were on the right track.
Capable of reversing the terri- ...
hie effects of rheumatoid arthritis. *irst Try
inlady which had blocked bril- on September 21, 1948, Dr
t efforts or medical scientists Edward C. Kendall and Dr.
centuries, the once-precious Philip S. Hench. tried their first it shows every sign ol bemw
cortisone is now available in com- cortisone on a human sufferer uselul in a whole realm of allet
paratively abundant quantity It f,om arthritis. It was a day that gies. gout, regional enteritis, and
safely embarked on the mighty made hi5tory Experiments on that pulmonary ^ranuiomatoslj. It ha-
uspe of alleviating pain and de- man. and 15 other men and worked here and there amoni;
J0n&, amKnS i? counlryi nien at the Mayo Clinic through sufferer, from acute leukemi.i
7.000.000 arthritis sufferers Ihe winter cf IIM849, were cgre- Hodgkin's diseaw. and chron.
HO dWrt cut h.is y.-t heen found full. photogrsdafasd but even th,- Un.jr..-. kHUttOll
to make cortisone as readily avail- doctors could hardly believe what It has taken cortisone's creators
able as. BU>, penicillin. But Im- ihey w. and users a long time to hit upon
provedI processes^ of manufacture A hopelessly crippled man rose proper dosage Overdoses in the
have brought about miracles of from his bed in eight days and compound's early use caused a
piodiictivi yand the incredible wa able to walk up and down woman patient to grow a mur-
stuff has been found effective In stairs. Two days later he could run udie. Facial contours of some
.i new range of ills around the room with a high patient* who were given too much
knee-kick A woman who had tended to change, mainly round
A I 'iitini.ii k hardly been able to move a muscle out. Others suffered from
for several years, took a 4-hour But these cases were exceptions
Cortisone's creation is as much 'hopping trip a week after her to the rule, and are now controlla-
of a landmark In medicine as the ""* injection. ble. American Medicine, unfetter-
unvfiling of a new lanrf was In B't y nn. a* supplies increase, ed by Socialism, has produced
the age of discovery. It springs cortisone is marching like a medl- through as free system of private
basically from adrenal eortex (the cnl Messiah through the vale of enterprise a historic cure,
stomach Unlng) of cattle. Of all many hitherto Inscrutable diseases I.N.S.
the ductless glands this was the ________________
last to yield Us secret. It took only
a year, for instance, to derive in-
sulin, and but a few years to com-
plete the work on most of the
other curing sevretlons, including
the cxlraclmn of male and female
Hut 18 yeurs passed from the
tune work commenced on the
ndrenal uortex until there was
enough compound E (now called
cortisone) available to
Hi dish men. women and
luhiien may soon be dressed In
omplcte grab] clothing.
population canters about in
ensemble of ersatz
"With ;i wool suit beyond
llnoneial range of all bul
"Tailor and Cutter," the author- sheep, and with conventional ac-
iy on British st>le and clothing, ecssones dwindling in proporti
ited steadily rising costs of raw to the rise of leather, cotton and
try In materials thut go to make clothes, rayon pruea. It is easy to forecast
and added: the day when the average ward-
It Is not too well known that robe will reveal the day's uniform
the discovery of Cortisone wai "Momentary panic does not as a paper hat. rubber hose.
briefly accelerated by a false in- seem to hove allowed the man in tissue handkerchief, a hair shirt
n-lligcncc report which stated that 'he street to ruminate upon how a bog collar, a green belt
Luftwaffe pilots functioned very the stellar prices of wool may straight jacket and a coal of
well at high altitudes because of eventually alter his appearance, paint."
rertaln injections from the lining th p.r-Mbly," the magazine
..f eattkl stomachs. "Just as the fact that the conn- concLude,!, ihe dandy of the
When ihe intelligence report try cannot afford them means to future will iling open his sm
was exposed as a phony, the gov- enjoy the eal-lhetlr pleasure of a boy (dresser)Ihe result of fur-
einiiietit support of the search was large lump of steak, no we foresee rushing price increasesto ext____
withdrawn Hut a handful of U era of sartorial despond when n really glassy suit styled by his
American Medical men carried on the more or less blissfully ignorant favourite lamond cutter." I.N.8
CaaeeiV the said,' If beautiful. I must hav?
il for Miss Alice."
"Alice Blue" becamo a furor it even
got into popular song. And linking a colour
with White Rouse residents became :< < ott
Incidentally, it is an unwritten law in the
Aimtriean textile world that no colour may be
connected with an occupant of the White
House without official sanction.
Helen I'ink. Named for the daughter <>f
President William Howard Taft. a soft pink-
while, more recently identified as Dusty Pink,
although for a time when the musical. "The
Pink Lady" was playing. It was called "Haze
Dawn Pink" after its leading lady.
Nell Base. A light American Beauty shadi
named for Eleanor Randolph Wilson, who.
married William Gibbs McAdoo. Publication
of the report that Miss Wilson had chosen this
colour as a favourite just after har father &
election was said lo have displeased the
President-elect. But when, on a holiday in
Bennuda, ihe Wilsons found it used in decor-
ations for a dinner, there was no turnuii; back.
It had a universal success, and nuUions ul
yards of it were sold.
Shadow L.iVMi (ireeu. The mornii altci
sUeoUon Day, in 1916, when there wai Ml
d< ubt as to whether President Wilson (run-
ning for his second term) or Justice Charles
- had won. I took chance une' sent -
i;iin of congratulations to the former
He and Mrs. V/ilson were at ihe then "Sum-
mer Whitt House," a residence cuMed Shadow
Lawn, at Deal, N.J. Amused by my act, Mrs.
Wilson agreed to allow the name t-i be BSSQ-
eifcted w.*h the new colour and it became vny
Harlea Orchid. Although Mi. Warren t;
Harding authorized the name of this odour
derived from President Haroing's home
town in Ohioit was never launched as sucn
The President's sudden death prevented it.
Northern Lights Blue. This was exclusive-
ly a wool fabric, the shade never being re
produced in silk. It was a favourite ol Mn
Ashes of Kom-k Mi.s Hcihert Hoover
choice was a very gentle colour which wa
widely taken up and presently began appear
ing in many Paris fashions.
Klemior Blue. This shade of blue becami l
almost, if not quite as. famous as that adopt
by Mrs, Franklin D. Roosevelts cousin. A
Roosevelt, it wai ; soil and charming colotu
like dellt, and baa become;( staple today. Mrs
F. D. It. expressed her hkinj; for it nlmos'
immedialeK after her husband's first term
as President began.
Our Kraders Kays
Holiday* W if a Pay
SIR, The small shopkeeper
seems to have Seen roggDUSD. If
you read the argument advanced
by every Honourable Member you
can see that he is representing
(iomotir servants or agricultural
workers. Hut small shoptwepers
don't seem to hart i
ISUve One has onl> lo look at
the Shop assistants 48 hours
weekly h> law. Shop Closing Act
,*'3 hours weekly by law not for-
getting holidays, a shopowner
tan't open and close when he or
she like-. ihOOkSSpirl profits
some say 7%, I say S% gross.
Liquor Licenses Act retailer
We have about live shopkeepers
in our House of Assembly who
told us to put them there and
Ui.y would help the small shop-
keepers as th know their trou-
bles and suffering They are
certainly helping us. but down-
Whi-M- Ii '. kt' holiday
with pay to come from, unless we
n n,l i ol '.he House,
that's the onl> placer We are
not assessed by profits for wc
keep no bookr.. they ;isscsa us by
tock onlv. Our memorial nre
not sh"i' and other
i r .m ui V7,-
are going I -lt;ht about
lurn. This li :.'ii n.-'nocrtcy.
November 20, lv:u
The Cassino Shelling
AUCKLAND, N Z
New Zealand's chief war his-
torian has replied strongly to the
claim by Gen. Murk Clark. U.S..
In his book "Calculated Risk'
that the bombing of Monte Ca-
sino Monastery in Italy was >
tragic mistake. The TJmied
States general said it was the
responsibility of Lt. Gen. Sir
Bernard Freybcrg, VC. Com-
mander of the New Zealand
troops in the action
Sir Bernard Freybcrg. who led
the New Zealanders throughout
the second world war and has
become a legend in his lifetime,
now Is governor-general of New
Zealand and in view of his official
position has not made any com-
But Maj OSB Sir Howard Kip-
penberger, the New Zealand di-
visional commander at Cassino
and now chief New Zealand
war historian, has strongly de-
fended the bombing of the Mon-
astery. Sir Howard took over the
New Zealand division when Sir
Bernard became commander ot
the corps specially formed for the
assault on Cassrno, comprising
the New Zealand division, the
78th British division and the 4th
Sir Howard said the bombing
ot the monastery was a military
necessity and the only ri nht
course in the circumstance* 11
quoted General Eisenhower's In-
tructtoa httued Ian than two
months previously: "If we have
to choose between de-troy mi. a
famous building and sacrtfUiiig
mir own men, then our men's
lives count infinitely more and
the building must go."
Sir Howard added "It was
immaterial whether the building
was actually being occupied or
not There was a strong proba-
bility that it was being occupied
and there was a certainty that
when the storming troops reached
the top of Monte Cassino the>
would find the abbey occupied
and Impregnable. The bombing
reduced it to a condition where
it liaii n-> military value."
In January. IS44. Ihe \
Sth Army, under General Clark's
.ninmatid. attempted to cross the
Raptdo river without neutralizing
igsino. They sustained a
lean 34th division re-
BDried that its troops were pinned
own by machine-guns on ihe
After General Freyberg look
Loch IN ess Monster
ll> Jisllli i aiiis.'ll
The mystery of the lUuStVf l,ocn
Ness Monster that inteiestcd
world-famous zoologists and scien-
tists has been solvedor so i aval
officers at Portsmouth say
Naval experts at HMS V.: non,
one of Britain's torpedo and min-
ing schools, claim they are re-
sponsible for the original i*ch
Ness Monster story.
Since the end of the first world
wai these officers have kept tbelr
secret. They have now decidd to
lift the ban and the latest gtorj of
over, he received a request from
the Indian division for the fx rib-
ing of the monastery. I'
cided that it must be bom be i for
two reasons--it made an ideal
observation post, and even if :iot
manned by Germans !
attack, the remnants of the Get*
man troops defending
would certalnlv use it for a ft is!
"I agree with those views ..id
I am certain that avery soldier in
ing." Sir Howard adced
the ,ui, erpent
has been revealed.
The st. ,i in 1918
when Um naval trawler Welbeck
laid 300 uncharged, 8-foot diame-
ter, fourhonied mines in Loch
Th,. object was to test depths at
Whsota mines could he anchored
and how long thev would stay
under After the experiments were
over 100 remamct in the loch.
As the years went by mines
broke loose. But the first sensation
wai on April 14. 1B33. when people
nn the lix-hside claimed they saw
.tiii.-likv humps emerge
from the w .itci
Most of the watchers said the
"res of round
humps" Zoologists and other In-
Ued from all over
eld to investigate the
legend, it Drought fame and pros-
perity to the lochside
The naval officers at Portsmouth
Uet that the "monster"
Spring when the swoUSD mountain
It is that the
remaining minesabout I
fortywill bob to the surface.
y The *.Ufr P^^^d^
m Britain if the rc-
"'.".<"'".: drive la to be eflecUv-
.h.-i-TJc ^n^r-composed of -,-
lusiriausts and trade union rru- ..
tiersalso recommended sssssli
ment of a special rearmiur,.n
committee of eight men who*.
names are to remain secret.
Thesa men will offer day-to-l..j
advice on policy affectingworM a
('hnncellor of the ExchcaikM
Hugh Gailsk.ll and im otrse
or ttieir representative
attended a recent meeting of th,
Production Council and dbcusse
riant subject T**s
I Switching of matcriaU MM
men to war Jobs
mug electricl'v suppaks-
lo homes and shops to cuUSU
liowcr cuts in the more .mportsB
Power cuts an tioldta
The Government Is expected fc
tsrisli to the wa
t>efore matcriaU afi
switched in any great qunnUties
Uoa rnss for producing arms '/
I not be required untl j
Ihe end of 151.
\u-tr.l. m liu-U-
21b Tins DlgesUve
Blaevlto ___ $I8 La.
ZXb Tins l.uiK.rmU
.......... $1.80 K
M^rshmellows 35c. Ea.
r.kr Mix 44c BS.
(irapefruil Hearts t
Sliced Mansnes 29c Ea
(iold Braid Rum
Top Notch Rum
l.ole Rodercr Champagne
i Kl >n FKUIT FRESH VEGETABLES
c in i SI i MPIEJ i in i i i ( BEAM CRACKERS
I N S.
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER O, 1X0 "
British Union Oil Co.
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL are oi the op.niun thai
Government would be well advised to settle the compen-
sation to the British Union Oil Company under the Petrol-
eum Act by the issue of a lease, with if necessary*
provision for cash compensation when proved losses rising
from the activities of other licensees occur
St. Joseph Gets
At yesterday's meeting of the
Council, the Hon'ble Dr. II. G.
Maaalah handed in the report of
Uie Select Committee app>>in'ed
L,t) I gr/\f\ f-l to consider and report on the Bil
.Tr^l.tHMI TftT intituled an Act to provide for
O '""' 'I ll tne Establnhment of a Corpora-
lion to be known as the Natural
, Gas Corporation for the function-
| and duties of the Corporation for
, the acquisition by. or transfer t
terdav tZLt As*emb|y v- Ut of undertaking*
^^iS^ASF^r^JS^ Comnmuv .commended
os .*}**''" certain amendment* to the Bill
tin "---------nfirKTl Tif fflT^ ****>" "mendmenu lo the Bi
The A i
"mm allocated to the
CommissioneiT of Highways for
the parish of St Joseph for the
upkeep of parish highway, dur-
ing the year 1950-51 was $15,485
The recent heavy rainfall hi
caused serious damage
'f the roads in St Joseph's parisn
and some of the roads are no*
'nTpassable owing to landslides
The Highways Commluionen
have intimated lhat there are no
funds at their disposal to effect
the repairs which are both neces-
sary and urgent and have asked
that a special grant be made for
carrying out the work.
The Director of Highways anit
Transport has inspected the road-
and has advised that the repair*
to Ihe roads should be effected
at once. He has also reenm-
manded the additional grani no*
rtquealai) la thai Resolution.
Mr i H Adam* (I,) moved
the passing of the RasotuMor)
H gaJd 'hat although the Gov-
ernment hod found it necessary
to send the Resolution to Uie
House Immediately, the Dircctoi
did not propose to start the work
Immediately. As soon as one
could reasonably expect that the
heavy rains would stop, however
hi- would begin
Dr It G. Cummlm (L, second-
ed the motion.
Mr W W. Reee* said that
St Joseph was not the only
parish which had suffered as a
result of the heavy rainfall the
Island had been having. He could
s|ieak for Christ Church The
roads there were very much in
need of repairs. He knew tenan-
try roads in the parish where it
Nslble to get In and out
except by boat. At any rate this
Resolution seemed to be the be-
ginning of things and he hoped
Christ Church would not be for-
Mr. W A tr.wf.rd (C) said
that the Resolution might be re-
gaidcd as an emergency Resolu-
tion, still no doubt the people of
St Joseph probably regarded
the proposed expenditure as a
"God-send." At this time of the
year the people in that parish
like *omc other rural areas, de-
pended on work through the
parochial highways departments
These were doing very little and
in many cases nothing at ell.
There had been a lot of dissat-
isfaction about the little work be-
ing done by these Highways Com-
missioners. He did not know If
their total funds had been com-
pletely exhausted, but If that was
s<> he thought the Central Gov-
ernment might well constier the
possibility of assisting some of
(ham with a little more money at vati|
this time, for the repair, mainten-
ance or construction of highways.
This would put more money in
circulation In these areas which
would be a help to the people at
n time when everyone was faced
with having to expend doubly or
trebly what he would ordinarily.
ing of the following addresses to
His Excellency the Governor:
The Legislative Council have the
honour to refer to the Bill in-
tituled an Act to provide for
the establishment of a Corpora-
tion to be known as the Natural
Gas Corporation, for the func-
tions and duties of the Corpor-
Atton, for the acquisition by or
transfer to It of uisdartaUnga,
tights and property and to make
compensation therefor and for
purposes connected wilh the
The Council have agroed to the
passing of the Bill with certain
The Council are of the opinion
that Government would he well
advised to settle the compensa-
tion to the British Union Oil
Company under the Petroleum
Act by the issue of a lease with.
If necessary, provision I
compensation when proved
using from the activi-
ties f other licensees occur.
House Pms Butcher Found
$600 To GuUtv
In* rage 3
tthat ne wag incjpjule Of k_
The House of Aavagftbt] j Datura of his act, or feu-
da.'- passed a Supplementary Reso- I""-*1 what he was doing was
lution for 1600 for the purchase of; Tney must reter the wore
an instrument for giving inlorma- I deeds of the accused to those *i -
iion about wind conditions to('dard 'ecognlsed by the ntiman '*"',
pilots operating at Seawell airport Iacc> an
Addendum to the Raaoiotloa -"""greased those limit* and sp-
reads; [peared so strange and unaccount-
The Airport Manager has re-'"b1*' "wy might come t. the
(lorted the absolute necessity ot conclusion that he was sufl> ring.
from a disordered mind and i
able of knowing the nature .
iipplylng information relative to
wind velocity and direction and
barometric pressure, to pilots of
aircraft operating into .Seawell After reviewing the avtd
Airport It u essential, especially i*1*'*"'. Mr Dear submitted lhat
at night, lhat this information be '' Pointed to the conclusion that
passed to aircraft at half-minute to I when *"*" tra*od>' "*<< taken pU .
one-minute intervals during ip 'xtxe accused had been in the .iis-
proach. lordered sute of mind to which
There is, at the Airport, at pres. \te hM* referred.
cnt. no means of ascertaining ac- No Dispute
palely this information
Air Ministry Meteorological Sta-
is 75 yards away from tin-
Control Tower and when it is
'tg or during the night the
wind direction vane cannot *
rn at all.
The absence of accurate in-
formation regarding wind condi-
tions has caused pilots of air-
craft coming to Barbados either
to return to their bases or to
ffcci landing at great *-!slc
It is now proposed to purchase
*!.,.,Ve.r-v mod,rn isetidix-Fries
Windial* which is available
locally and which records the
wind direction and wind veloci:v
on a dial. This instrument
The Council are further of the
opinion that the Government
might lUid it embarrassing to
raise a loan to pay compensa-
tion in i.ish in view of the
many nffter proposals of capital
expenditure which may require
the Government to enter the
The Council therefore recommend
for Your Excellency's favour-
able consideration that before
the Act is brought into force
every effort should be made to
explore the possibility of a
.settlement with the British
Union Oil Company by mean"
of a lease."
Mr Field pointed out that than
was no dispute over the fact t
the accused had killed his repu'e*
wife. The law presumed tha
i very man knew the nature B
Ms acts and was resp-msiblc i
then ir after cassitdaratlori i
tha .-udence. the Defence fai>
to satisfy them that ihe accu-
bad been insane according to ih*
requirements of the law wban h
Killed Mela Clement, it tvaa th*i
duty to tiiui him guilty
They must base their conclu-
sions not on speculations and theo-
ries but on the evidence
The Court was not a place fOf
sympathy, said Mr. Field
ing through the evidence. Thcv
were not lu let themselves be mis-
be installed In the Control'Tower |suldrd by the idea that they wer-
t the Airport and will be visible lhcre Io *how *yml>lhy. Th*?
at any lime during the riav or ww* tnerc lo do lhe duly wnlcV
* r the law required them to do. to
given I r*ach a verdict according lo the
Want To Know
When the House of Assembly
met yesterday two members asked
Mr. W. A. Crawford.
1. Will the Government cause
lo be laid on the table of the House
figures showing the total numbe
and acreage of sugar plantations
and or sugar factories owned by
absentee proprietors in Barbados?
2. In view of the acute land
hunger in the colony, and the
general unavailability of land.
Will Government take action
with a view to the expropriation | monev hc lnou((ht tIlfll u wouIfj
if land owned by absentee pro- ^ as wU to do al) ,hal wus
Consideration is beir
lo the provision of further nipll
sary equipniem at Seawell Air-
port m conformity with the in
temationai airport standards but
it is considered that the require-
ment of this Windial is too
urgent to mil the comprehen-
Mr i: H. Adam* (I,) moved
die passing of the Resolution
He referred to the Addendum
and said that hon. members
would see that there was not a
sufficiently good instrument at
agwagl for giving the informa-
tion mentioned which would be
supplied to pilots and of which
pilots had frequently complained.
An up-to-date one was
therefore a necessity The
being asked for ''
ly small but it would Ik- MCa-
aary to come to the House later
for other sums of money In
connection with recent develop-
ments at the Airport.
He did not mean in connec-
tion with the runway. He took
it that other 'planes would
be coming to the island and
times of arrival and departure
might differ considerably from
the present schedule. makin ii
imperative for the airport to bo
Dr II. (i Cummins
onded the motion.
Mr. l II. Wllklnaon
quired when the. new runway
would be completed.
Mr. Adam- replied that if Ihe
rain did not keep un. the runway
would be ready for use by the
middle of January That was
the latest Information he had.
Mr W W Keeee (E) sntd thnt
it was necessary to hav<> .< iir~t-
claas airport. Not only iraj U
necessary lo have a good runway
but all the necessary acesaaortai
and especially a suitable terminal
While they were spending
Crowds of people Invade th<
Employment Agency Department
at Queen's Park day alter day
in Ihe hope of being chosen for
emigration to the U. for (
From 9 am. to 3 p.m every-
day for the past two weeks clerk
of the department were doinj
nothing el* but registering and
icncwmg registrations for bot
employe** and nnamployad Btj -
Pha reason for the> rush is Ui
l.ui that the delegation sent from
Barbados lo the U.S. about
month ago to seek emigration for
Barbadians, brought back great
prospects of getting emigration
for them to the U.S. In the near
Yesterday at 3 p.m the Em-
ployment Agency had questioned
and registered 40 men while
' nearly as many more were told >
leturn the next day.
prietors and make such land avail-
able for outright purchase by com-
petent agriculturists and others, or
make arrangements for its cultl-
under such conditions as
i ill ensure that the profits obtain-
ible therefrom accrue to the work-
ers ,-ngaged in its cultivation?
3. Will the Government intro-
icc legislation to prohibit future
acquisition by companies or In-
dividuals of agricultural or other
lands with an area in excess of
Mr. J. ll Wilkinson.
I Is It a fart that the Cotton
Spinning Plant situate on lands
oi the Barbados Co-operative Fac-
tory Ltd., in White Park Road. St
Michael, has been sold?
2. If the answer to (I) above
is In the affirmative, then
(b) What is the amount if tho
fc) Has the whole amount of the
purchase money been paid
in cash If not. then how
Is the unpaid balance
secured and what are the
terms of payment ?
(a) Whv" was H not nuctiom
or Tenders advert, I
The Chief Justice summed op
to the jury for 50 minutes. In
the course of doing so. lie re-
nded them of the points thai
Counsel had made, and reviewed
the evidence that had been given
There was no suggestion that the
accused did not kill Meta Clement,
their deliberations would be
iftncd to the question as to the
fly or otherwise of the accused
i July 5.
At the same time they wmi' 1
consider the evidence of the
stale of his mind on the otBH
dates thai had been given in so
far as they would prove helpful
in arriving at a conclusion as to
what had been the state of his
ind on the material date.
The onus that lay on the De-
fence to establish insanity ac-
irding to law was not as high as
thai which lay on the Prosecu-
tion to establish the guilt of an
accused person in a criminal v
The Defence did not have t sat-
isfy them beyond all reasonable
doubt, but on a consideration of
dence as a whota, Ud
taking into account all the pro-
babilities of the case.
They had heard a lot about
mental derangement, the Chief
Justice continued, but what they
had to think carefully about
the legal definition of Insanity
He would read them a passage
from an authority, a passage that
denned the insanity which ne-
gatived the wicked intention
For that rich
savoury flavour I
Hl Mi- M HirtKhtll
lion -m. i.l lr,..i, lit.
Bnswii i,.i.nmi., m.
I ld tmn |>l* lo ,
J H Maion lr.. at
Krr*iM by in* Chairman i
v*loptrnt mitl Wpirate Orat
porl ot the Sato* I c
I'iniiStr and repot' on Uie BUI to
.nuie lor Uie E-labl.............. ., ,\,i
. aln to be known a- (he Natural
Oil Corporation, tor Ihe liinelioni and
dutle< o< the Corporation, lor ihr aea^n
illion by or lri.fi i it ol undertak
T*r Conned intooted rotulderalloai ol
Tiend thr V*.t.l. Arl. ISM
amend the Barbados Panrf
.n<1 Vaport Act.
i.dl MUu.irne.1 " meat on
oi ember SS
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>ni- al>d Fnr Kece _
Idrd Sulh S.i.lembei. ItU
A >la.oii>enl o* ihe eapenditure nf- We .
Ojtin Boanl lo the S*lh of June ISAU
< \ '.,..,: H,,-.:r i Hi, V .[,. M
Depart men t (or Ihr i ear emlnl 31-1
IV.... her law
Tt-e Repi1 on Drvelopnienl and Wei- :
^re in the We.1 Indie. UN I W u, N>|.
>l lluhrit Ranee OCMG.
Mt Cos aave noiw* of a Haaolutioa
a .*P?"',f* * ,h* Booh ol Relerenie
ind Plan ol the ptotxned entetulon <(
* Wattrwoeln m the patuh ol Si
The Houae pomM
Rr>oliit>on h> plaie Ihe t>m nf
DtWilt'a Aataad Passgai
oaa be ctsnaoandv reoasn
mended lor lb quick relief o
digeati** d nor dm arunng
from hrp". ,<\; Haart-
barn. (Utuicnca and ail the
worrying ayraatoaaa ll i
eaa acid fartnauoa in
atomacb quickly (.r way to
this reliable lamily :nedi> mc
Dt Witt'a Ai.uoJ Powdai
aaickiy atfJites ascsM
acai aad proeule* rebel orr:
a loag period by r*T-Tg
and proiecung the dabtate
K-rrollve r-omiLillee to lipnlen.e.,t
BMHnatM ISSS-ftl. Part I f,,,..i
"> '" "" Ijpl'lemrntan btllnabM
SI. No 3J. -hi.h Lorn Ihr Sehmlola
the Poor Rrlief Ai t
e.-l Ih- Ve.l.le, Act lilt
N.l". .,, A. U
Saefhai Stomach ffaUart
[ far uia away from Itoma
Carry a taw
9 Cai| carrlaa
a i.ii i..im
Make that stew realty tasry
with imt a little .NUrmitc!
Make ii rVffrr for you too -
Maimite contatnt the Ba
vitamins that build up
health and rc-isi.ukc to
illness. That's why it's so
good tor everyone on bread
and butter or in tasty sand-
wiches. You can do so
much with Marmitc in
lOurK, parka, eaaoei and
savoury di*hcs and Warmitc
doc* so much tor good cooking.
The Vitamin B Yeast Food
Made In f rtf land
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Mr. G. H. Adams refuted yat-
terday in the Houae of Assembly
the rumour which appeared In i
section of the Press suiting thut
the presern Government were
.iboul to draft legis'ation to give
them another year's sitting u, lhe
It was said, he statetl. Uial Ihe
vcrnmem* wanteti to bring tint
iixnit because they wanted to
draw more money from the
"No .1111.11.11 haa been made
< r any discussion taken place on
any such question, und as far as
I know, no such question la In
the mlnrt of any of the members
of Un- Government."
Mr Aif.im. said that the Qn
(rnment saw no net-eshity to pru-
lOfl) tba lift- oi the Bouae .il thai
"Investigator' Oft The Run
The Clovernment fishlnH era ft
"Invmtlgalar" will be off the run
now for a short period.
It was dry docked on Monday
evening along with the schooner
"Lockinvsr S" for cleaning and
Schooner "EmeHae" ll expected
to be taken up on the dock to-day
. and give she House
what the total cost would be.
rather than make altaral
nd additions to buildings
at the airport.
Mr Adams said that lhe Gov-
t felt as the hon member
that a wholly good nirporl should
be set up right away I f he
might disclose a ^ecret. ho
he would tell hon member* that
the proposal put up by the Head
of the Department was so exten-
sive and comprehensive lhat th
Government had tn spend more
than the normnl time on it It
was very likely that a bigger
terminal building would be pro-
vided hut he would like tn teli
the hon. member for Chris-
rhurrh that whatever alteration';
or chnngei were brought about
at Seawell would not put the
airport In the "A" class
rTrem Our Own Corraapondanti
KINGSTOWN. St. Vinoont
Mr. George Edward Futtl
Richards, retired Puisne Judge i:
HH Windward and L*eward
Islands, was invested at Govern-
ment House m Monday 13th. bj
His Excellrncy UkS tlnvnn
with the lnigiiia of the O
paniwahip of lhe British Empire
Mr Richards who lives in St.
I.ucia and who was awarded the
C.B.E. forVgal work done ther,
and the Leeward Islands specin.-
ly requested that the investiture
should take place in St. Vincent
where he was born and where he
has many relatives and fnenas
GLASS WATER SETS
3 PINT TANKARD TOO and
6 Tl MHI.I.Hs TO MATCH
All Decorations in Permanent
We Offer Thew
or just about half the Retail Price
(30 plus Purchase Tax) in England
ONLY 20 SETS ARE AVAILABLE
An Ideal XMAS GIIT at a Bargain Price
which it was necessary to prove mn c,lt "* appreciated the
in a criminal case. Electors Association's fight
The Chief Justice read as fol- ;al"-' hla party, but he wanted
lows: "When it can be shownl"" to fight cleanly, he said.
that a person at the time of the i Mr. J. H. Wilkinson (E) in
commission of an offence, the.ieply. said that he had never
commission of which would other- | indulged in useless futile corre-
wise be criminal, was labouring spondence The Elector, Associ-
under such a defect of reason ntlon had no official press,
from a disease of the mind as official writer, and he (M
not to know the nature and
quality of the act, or as not to
know that what he was doii,:
wrong, then such a person
was not In law responsible tol
In his review of the eviden.t*
the Chief Justice deal) with hal-
lucinations In the light of what
had been said in the medical
testimony, and touched on other
aspects of the evidence dealing
with the stale of mind of the ac-
The Chief Justice too warned
the jury about being swayed bj
sympathy for the accused or for
the deceased. The duty they had
tc pcrfo"m was a duty to the ac-
cused and a duty to the Crown,
us gentlemen In whose hands the
administration of Justice was re-
|K*ed in that case.
The )ury retired at 2 05 p.m.
and returned with their verdict
at 2.25 p
The Court adjourned until II
a.m. to-day, when It Is planned
to start another murder trial, tha
King against James Babb.
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All THAT A THE DIFFERENCE
JUST W I BETMIN WAB All* PEACE
this > in the junsie stmt
white >*?__ ikx!
fli/rM ana cctstrwece.
nun howcouw "g hastes
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AT 31, HE FELT LIKE AN
found the remedy I rcstor*
This yount man was being
I prematurely aged b7 kidney
Lrouhl.. He tolls In bis letter
A shake of Vim. a quick rub round with m
a damp cloth and dirty, greasy things /.
Slat like new .i: .mi Vim cleans so "
liiickl) so smoothly keeps surfaces
Iniuutifiilly polished and bright!
I ^ cleans everything
. .. ti smoothly and speedily
bow KruBi l.'-'t k** him back bis
health ft*-r weeks or pan : >
"I saffnred for weeks from
kuii.4 trouble and felt like sn
oltl ma,, at'hnugb I am only SI.
If I stooped to do anything N
was atfony to atralrhleB op
attain. hfvrl people advised
me to try Krmuhen Halts as they
bail f'Mintl 'hem wonderfol. I
i iric.l mem and found they fT
I me rellel rrom pain, and I felt
I better in every way. 1 shall keep
| on with tho dally dose because 1
1 run now do my day's work and
nut I>ol any the worse for It/'
rnlp*a the kidneys function
properLy, osrtaln acid wastes.
i;i:-tati of belns eipollsd. are
1 allowed to pollute Hie blood
I i. tin and produce troublesome
i omplslntsbackache, rheuma-
tiam and eicesslve fntlvue.
K i,ischen is one of the Ones*
diuretics or kidney aperient*.
Tim small dally does keepa the
iod utherliiTt*nial t-irgana
worklnK smoothly and naturally,
bo that the blood stream is
purlfii-d and vigorous health
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drink . ualicioualy cool, creamy and
retreabiBS. . mon nouriihiBg and eustsio'
Ibb. By prrparinc 'OvalHne' .old Inatcad
of hotvou enjoy ihe -mc heal lb gleiag
qualities ihai have made U iba world's
populsr food beverage.
Tin- adanilbc ^oeabtaattow of Naiura'a beet
foo.l- provide* Importam nuirttlvv eUmaoia.
kacluding vitamin*, of (be uimtxt value In
promotina phyaical rune, end abundam
Ao occaeional nla*> of Cold'Ovallinr Junn.
(he day will help quickly to revive nasiinc
trenBth and energy. It i* es*llv prepared by
addmu Ovsltiaer' to cold Bulk, or milk end .>">
water, and mixing thoroughly witb a whiak f*-g
or In a abaker. 7 [ft^^
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HARKAIrflS .\nv(M \TR
PAGF SI VI V
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lance. Lianlafool Um. KKwARD
I I.OVO "
.. __B orlmk iv
lor Ui We.ibury Cema.tary
No Cartfi Ptwnd. are invtled
Ague, WilKinson .wife'. Vincent Mid
Nmiuii H'iIKiiihhi .iterates..< Mr
Hr> I '-d Grtrrlth and
OAR On* Hi CMvroM
Meetae. leather Uphol.tei Apt.lv
Mamli.il. (i.,.,-.. mvh.i Hill
If** Dodge. 1 sealer. In fair I>
Ultlon Apply ClotdtHi mil.
Kewbury, Bt. George
Ona Terrapian* %adan ear same can
be c-mertsd into a Hears* or |>lck>Up.
1 C CLARKE Phonatl-S4
II II 9* In
TRUCK-Ona Woo Auatin Truck I
Modal Apply Tlie Manager. Br
Van* riiclory. 91 Andrew.
VAMOne'lli HP fM Van. Md
condition going eneap Dial Beigrsve
MM. Purity B.k-r"-. ltd
rUKNITUIirNaw Mali igart Dining
Chair a. Tub Chain and Mom. Chairs,
aleo Mahogany V.nltle and Dresang
Tablee A good eaanttmri-t of Din in*
Tibia. and Household 'iiriiit,in. at
HI I'M A BEARD'S -ii .v
ood Alley Open dally
to 4 pm Phone Mil
APARTMENT Al Wt Camp. SI
Lawrence- Gap On-Ihe-Se* ruM,
(urn. dm Dial ;
' PubUc AHCtlon on the apot al Heet-
waRt, on Thursday next Sato of III MUm.
Oeajii.i.i.ig a| i ockKk. ona noun* called
' Ufiii'on." which rniiaRH. ot mi |
0UeT>-. Drawing Diattag Booms. 1
cnatwl noum al all tile-
tl.m* lor ol. Far re.h
*PI* * DAic1 A Re*
Wamr toilet and Bath
InapecUon see D Arcy A
THE GARDEN HOUSE" 'nil Il|'|-
Mon R Challenor. with I eers-
Of land situate al Country Ro
: I ,
In M. Auann. H
tram. Si. John
it r to- j.
Ba diousaa and (ally lurni had including
K'Hujar^iui Par Dec, man. isj
January. Pabruan and Ibrrh, 'Ml
Phone aid. M H S Ryno*
1 1>. ,l|.
lANXA Fully luniBhfU
EVANDAIX-ash Avanue. George Si 1
odfoomi. Applv to Mr.. King
th Av.. George Si HUM
_____I>. St. Michael
eeeea now. For flirtnat pinirulfa
Phona UM. WUhlneoa Havne. Co ,
I.YWCTXD Navy Oaraens, 1 Bad
.m*. narvuF^a room. O.rafa. M-d.r
of.vrnHncaa. Kitchen Qardon, Plow*
t..idn Pruil Traaj, town. AnMv '
Mra a V-Mat T-lepho MM
MARA W..rlfiln ColUfr (or mil
Quit* rlaan and lldv. an approved tmi.nt
3 Cocoanul tra*.. 1 Brradlrull tear*, and
SHOP- Al w. .!,- a.-- p.rt oi
n Swan Street Suitable lor ihop
' bond. Part ol upaUIra -ullable to'
Vee. Appe- lo D'arey a. ftrott. M>f>-
In* Lane M.U M -jn
OHlCKal FulU <, only While
W^andolio Chlefc. It day* old halche
from Imported Utility UinK uai>
Pike M on Dial stot 2ii--Ji,
Il MHrh COW. Tw
ure bred Hol>lci
in call. on. Orade
month. In call
1 Buifi-ute HiUru..ii'
: Station, -till pvlng
ft day. one holler II
mv of the Canadla
,UA Rock Dundo. Cove-
ANT1QUBS Of oveny deampt
Olaaa, China, old JawoU. fine Slh.-.
watercolour. Early book*. Map* Auto-
grapha eie at Gorrlna:*. Antique Shop
adjoining Royal Yacht Club
CAN you lin^fKie VON el II beau-
tiful locaj M-anarlea of the UUnd in
tha BdM Cnakatement Dlaty and UM
p>lre I. only .' oach KNIGICT-R l-td
11 r v. -i-
DOIJ..S PRAM Only 1 monl
good > new to auit little girl
t >oor. Phona .1770
U Tudor St
II II M-ln
ItXIl.K PUTTEKY EAHTIirNW Mtl .'
wkk Ived and on ulr
LM K Rroad Street Brtdgelown 11.11 b-en
VTKATIIMK.IO o,.-4 Appteby St
me.. Nawly buili modorn houac with
front and back porrhei. throe bedroom-
ch with running water, dining loom,
r itttlng room, garage, servant
l. ohKtlielty and modern conveni-
ence. Ha. never been tenanted Road<
for occupancy. December lit |M*
Phone MSB. Mi. C C Clarke
"VERONA' Black Rock. 4nMi
Palrfleld Road comm. Bt. Michael
New wall Bungalow, containing open
Verandah. Dining. Drawing- > Bedroom*
'1 with running wawr>. Electric Ught.
WC and Ball. Seruuil- Room Oarage
IMMEDIATE roMTtMIOM. DU1 Mat.
1 Archer McXanrie Victoria Street
talnmg open v
boarda; RlecUic light
and Bath, neryanta room, garage Pm-
'Mlon IM DoMtnbor. Dial Mtl
H Ariher McKeiatle. Victoria Street
a.ii io- jn
CAK- Profect Ford inowl. Drue
vuuraalf. Por further parllculara Dla<
Cknlng tu Buaineaa from Thunday
rd Ihrougb Sunday Mih reopening
Monday Tllh J B Clarke
I i.bltc that the Auction Hale
furniture al TIUXAWNY. HaaUnga.
which wa. to havo taken place on
W'dneaday Mnd. haa been poitponed
until (urthee notice D-ARCY A SCOTT.
PAHASlilt -plaallr Paiaaali
pretty Colmir. Imm which |
Al Special Low Price it
The Modem Dieaa Bhoi
U M each The
STOCKINGS- Kayeer Nylon <
51 gauge The Snoot avaiUble
new thadei til* per pr The I
Dreu Shopoe. Broad Btreel
PoMllve PlUe'. _
for all Ltvec and Stomach ill"
"pIMt""!'- Bot KNlaKT-S L*d
YACHT That deairabta >
For rAJJ>a-taaU> rACTORY
Al.ta.it Cane Weigher IP P*tory
Osroer Do not nd ortglrail TmU-
noolola Apply Manager ,*,_<_
- All fctnda of C-rd Boord
Boioa othor than corruga>ad card
Apply Advocate Btndtraf Dapt
la le I
SCRAP GOLD AND OLD GO!J>
JP.Wnj.r.RY ROUOHT. hlghemt price-
P-ld. See your jewalMr.. V. Da Um.
ft Oo. Ltd. St. Broad Street Bridge
town. 11.11.16 on
Application* for Iwn vacant
Scholanhlpa iBoyn Unable al IM
Alleyne School, will be received by the
ider.lgned up to Friday. December let
Applicant! muM be -one of PulCUonm
-traitened clnrumataitco* Applica-
muat be taxompanled by a Birth
Certificate. Applicant muat present
themeelve* to the Headmaster al the
Alrovne School on Monday December
h at I- a.m. lo lake the entrancr-
it um -: i
PARISH OP CHRIST i Mi l .1
Applu-tii.na (accomponlod by bap
i..... certillcateai Will be received at
y ofBeo up to 100 p.m. on Friday
lonon In nraltoned
I'd muat not ho leae than ntno ye.r-
or moro than twelve year* of age on
the data of UM examination
Candidate* muat present themeelve.
In- examination, to the hoadmaiter i>
the Boy.' Foundation School on Prlday.
th December. 1M0 at t JO m
Application lorma muat bo obtained
l>am my offlca.
Clark lo The Vortry.
11 11 -en
PARISH OP ST. JOSEPH
APIIJCATIONB for > vacant mien
Widow* Annuity will bo received b-
Ihe undorMgned not laiey than Prlday
the Mth November. 1M0.
Applicant* muat be widow, iwhllai
Parlahionert^ and In troltened circum.
Signed A. A. B filU.
Clork. Si JoMph'. VWtiy-
te estate of
V-HI PO.Ttor UTAMT- wAJtTrit
Prompt caoh paid for uaad Hemp- ll
you wlah, merch*r-lle *uch fountain
pena. camera., clothing, etc will be *ent
In eaehange Bend MO or more tamp-
talao known ai "George Thonuii
NOTiri: IS HOIEBY OI\rKN lhal all
pereone having any dobt or claim
against the EMate of Henry Thorn..
Morrison, daceaasd. lalao known
Oemge Thoinai Morrison. Isle ol St M/t
thias Oap. Haiiingi in the part ah of ChF.et
CMitth In Ihi. UUnd who died on tn-
Hlh day of July ItOO. are requested
>o *and in particulars of then -letv-
I and claim* duly atteatad to the under-
WANTED TO SENT i ., t-i Oladvs Sybil Cummin*. Co
HOtTSK In the country. unfurrUstatd. Maearo Haynas and OrlHIth. No H.
tliast be bungalow having open versa- [ Hir> Street. Bridgetown, on or before
da*. S bedroom*. elactrlcltT watar_snil j th- Jlst day of December
telephone If poaslbto.
Byin.tructlon* of the Agenu of the
l'MTa BRITLtH INJH'K.\'.
Ulstll st COUIS GARAGE. BAY
' I on FRIDAY Mth at t p.n
' Hllfcoon Solus Chr with good lyW
anal m working order, damaged m arci.
don' TERMS CASH
R ARCHER McKRN'.ir
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
By instruction recctvait I will -.,
al the Parochial Building. Cumberland
Street on Thursday. November Urd .t
I pm A collection of second hano
ealvanued sheeU In good condition
Cole ft Co. LM. I win Mil
thatr garage on FRIDAY Mth a. .
P m ONE V-t FORD SALOON CAH
with Bve new tyre-i and In good work
ng order TERMS CAfBI in.. J*.;
R. Archc, Mr Karutle. it'lW ft
UNDER THE SILVER
......--------J Cird by
" e will aell thi __
I. Aventuie. Hasting, w In. n include*;
We,***. Side T.tiir Berlin, .
ll* Chslit ft Seller with npiing cu|li|c-n>.
Rocker, a Arm Chan.. Coflee Table all
in Mahogany Piano by BechVeiu Oak
Chair* Treadle Electric sewing M_.m,.e.
Glaaa ware. Tea Coffee and Dinner war*.
Spoon.. Fork*. Cutlery. Linen Uouii.i
Ma hog BedMead Spring ft Mat ire...
Pillow.. Painted Iledrooni Pinnlture Pink
ft Blue in Bedstead.. I'rs-sw*. Dressing
Table* etc Elm (op Tables, Coal Stove.
LarcVrr. Scsles ft Weight, i-burnrr VBNNr
Oil Stove. Kitchen ItenalU and many
Sole 11 n o'clock Term* Cash
I'li.Nhn; TROTMAN CO.
1t 11 SO In
liider Tlir llinmunil II......m
I have been initructed by the
ln.ur.nee Co lo sell on Thursday next
iard November st 1 o'clock si ine yanl
or the Courtoiy Garage, One <1< MaMei
(. Chevrolet Csr dsmsged by Are. The
engine and tvtea are inia.t ll SB n
easily converted Into a pick-up Tettni
D AHCY A. SCOTT.
IT ll *> In
I JHkr Tl:i Ilia
Br instructions received 1 |ri" m-i
al 'Trelawny near PavlIMn Court.
Haaung. on Wednesday nest ISth <>(
November, beginning at 11 M an entire
lot of household furniture which
include* Mshug and l\. nted desk.,
k.ahog Tub Chairs. Plant SI
Chair*. Rocker. .nil Se-
Table- ll Upholstered Man,.* Antique
Chair on Castors. II.- I ea. Carpel.
'! Green pain tod dimn, Igbtg si
4 Chair*, 111 Mahog '>-.in,s table.
Several painMd nrsaae.. MahAS ,.il
Cmr Bedatesd. with spring! ft Mat-
trewaei Iron d4. til.
Electric Stove. Pine t-bla-.. Liquor
Cm**. Several painted table. Chairs,
ill Coolerator. Ota-* Mn LMwM
Florence Stove ft Oven I..I ..I Cutler,
Olaaa Ware, Unrm. Silver*. Akrmimum
Saucepans. Plate. A Dishes, and several
other tle-n* tc-. immmi.-i. t,. mention
Tonni Cash D'Arcy A Scott. A-
lionoer n II 10 In
rlhMl for the purrhsse of Mslvem
Factory Rulldlng* a* Ihev stand Applv
D. R Payne. Harrow. B1 Philip
it ll 50In
The dwelling hi
Drawing and Dl
room*. Breakfast room. Panov and
K lichen on Main Soor Bntrumin I
haihronms and largo verandah upstair-
Ciaplftllll water and electricity
throughout 1 servant* rooms, garage.,
atabte etc In yard Tonni* I-as* and
llsM I HI' 11 st any tune en application >
the caretaker on the pfimlMI
This propeiI ! within 1 minula. Weak
from Br.-td Streol
Ofter! in writing to be nt lo th
VEA*1W(X)D ft -BOYCat.
Puklir oriirial Sale
r>-...l Msrshslv *-i I
I'ublii iiffiii.il (nrrsrrvrd
-ndor the ..
All that certain piece of land **>
Uinmg about 1 acres. Mil Percha-
lluatc- In Pariah of Chn-t Church but
tins and beundirur on Mnd. of tale ol W
A Ycarwood. hut now ol J A Tudor. ..
e MM M
The whole aroo of land apfMaid to
Three thousand, three hundred
thirl v three Delia rm and I
Otfits 3JJJJJ, Attathed imih Irftg
Darlel Wither beast. Qua I Rhl> of 1st
of Enc Stoptoia Casaaron Woasharhead
dcv'di for and toward, uti.factwn. ale
N .M% Depoafl to bat paid on d>>
T T. lle.hllev
IT..voM Marshal* OtTVe.
list Novembae. IMS
will be sold g* mv
office to the higr-r-t bidder. All that
certain puree of land situate st Kew
RSvad In the pariah of St Michael In
. Uhl bv sdmeaaa.r-
meeit 11 l/S perchto >of which arsva
Is* Iter iiaii-
th>-ai shutting and bounding on land.
, of Samuel Reuce. of Maude asrooni.-.. ...
! eVnlamln Cutting, ana on UM publk
I.Ot IIIMIIM Minus
, ebul and b..n.d t..gelher v. ill the Rspa.
auage or Ira ailing House thacsea call-
a "HigfRMII i-llaa" bulldlru/i and all ap-
BMraaasMRM thereto Allacked from
Vivian Eugene Harkett lor and towarda
SB It Daskaetl to i~ paid i d.s
iTnot U on the
aUi.e d* >ahi anlo
Will bo atop* open am|
subsequent da) will Ite
fl.esl for Mid sale
T T 1IEA1'I*Y
Provost Marshal'. Office
1-I*t November. IBM
POST OEUCE NOTICE
THERE iv M aPaKlal rl#? foi I'hrlstmaa Cartli. the DOtl
prtntwd pdpvm bfinR applktsMa b ii 1ihhM> and ntrmtmw, \
that ihe rnvclope is unsealed.
BE WISE . ADVERTISE
fUBNinjXt RIMOVCD WITH
G10..1 litil-111 .11 ul Empire
Greul Britain unly .
a cents for the first 1 oss. snd '
one cent for each additlonsl
2 QaVaa fur every 2 ORB. N l>ail
Air Mail Rales
Same aa 2nd Class matu 1 La.
12 cents per 1 oz. or part.
Same js the letter rate.
N.B. The air mall rate on postcar-U i.e. half the letter rate. It not
iij.|ili<.ili|r in Oitutmas cards
The minimum postaiae on a Card for local delivery Is 2 rent* uti
to 4 ozs. and one cent for each additional 4 via.
General Post Office.
20th November. 1960.
Persona I Superv lason
Estimate f-eel> given Dial SMS
JAMADOS fURNIIURE RtMOVER
CwliliuJt.ti. Hrlltun. X ltd
ATTENTION is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drus. and
Patent snd Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order. I8S0, No. 10 which
will be published in the Official Gazette of Monday 20th November,
2. Under this Order the -riKimuin retail selling price of
Sii.ii->!" is as follows:
UNIT OK SALE MAXIMUM RETAIL
I IIJJI in
ABOUT to acres of. land In .everal
parcel! In lha neighbourhood of Friend-
ship Planlalmn 1-. th-- |..lih of Si
Andrew Will be sold a- whole or In
Iota Reasonable price Mf quick cash
s. le Applv to Mr. Ingrain at Tumor.
Hall Plantation 01 lo Meears. Curing-
; r* 1.
al Read View St Peter.
meaauage building situate on I.7M squu.-
fcet of land all modem omaittlra avail-
abaa Apply to A. R Biorr.e Dial 4ltl
It II SB-Sn
PROPERTY al Fltt. Village H jann
1 111 roof chattel house Handing CO
r.KM aquare feet of bald going a* a
aaaonable bargain Apply lo A R
ie property at Jasnes Street with PI
frontage suitable for s bond Ol
a. The amount of land I* I'*'
ft Apply lo DArry A Scott
II 11 WIn
1 Pa. USA.
ROM at C Adv.
T1IERE will be an Old Boy* Cricket
Match at the School beginning all pji
Ml Thursday In honour of Mr John
Goddard who wilt be C*pt*ln of the
Aid Boys- Team.
Will all Old Bora* and their Wl.a<
Irv to attend I hi, function
W A FARMER.
lute the aa
fcllaaV-lii I 'he person* entitled thereto havi-i
______ 1 regard only to iuch claim* of whK>
I haU then ha\*e had notice and :
a in not bo liable tor Ihe asset* si
ait part trsereof .o dutrtbuted to an.
ferson of whose dobt or claim I thai
i'.t than have had notice
And all persons Indebted bo ih<
aid relate are r*a)ue*ta*l to settle tneii
debtednaa. without delay
Dated thi* tlat day of October. ifj
OLADYS SYBIL CUMMINS
I B 10 W Ir.
ON T1IE BRA
al Oorden. SI Jamaa
Modern Bungalow. 3 bedrooi
bathe. Overlooking Sea. own prlv
bathing beach Oooa Yachl Ai
Phono tl-to 1*1'
ItESTm. IXIDOB Situate at WII
BOO Hill. St John. i-nnalMing of I Rood
M 1/10 parches of land all in roeoanut
and Fruit Trea* otc
The Houee contalna Three Hedrooiix
Toilet and Bath. Drawing Room .mn
Gallery upstair-. Dining Boom. But-
chery. Kitchen. Shop etc downstair.
Oreage and Stock Pens. Two Tank*
holding 1,000 gal wiitec Electric Light
Bu. Servica available Apply: H Med-
lord on Premiers SUM M
Irrm Pine Rnadi.
-landing on 3.711 -q isre feet of land ana
containing closed gallery, drawing and
dining rooms, t bedroorm. leech wltli
iirning water1. httchOietle. and atsaVJ
ronvenlencas. Servant* mom and gsmgi
in yard. Inspection 10 a.m. to 11 noon,
and 3 p.m. lo 4J0 pj.w M week gaVI
01. application lo Mrs. Reblnawi. nil the
The pnjuaity will bo ^t up for wie
by puhlle CompetiUon al our Offare.
James Street. Bridgetown, on Frlri-.v
1*1 December ISM at I p ">
YEARWOOD A BOVCE
S.-11 1U1I L
alTS IOS SALE
1 gno njuare feet
ROAD. Belleville. St. Michael (oblique y
TXath". the residence nl
The land will be set up I
public competition .it our .'
Btreet, Rridgetowr. on Pridav !*
December. IS**, at I M p m
Voarwood Boyce. Soiictoi
tailing from Antwerp. Rotterdam and
Holland a HR1XNA'' Stth .
Railing from Amsterdam, and Dover
m -OKANJESTAD- ITth ai
Balllna; lo Trinidad, la tlualra, Cura-
,0 el, m s -'DEUTP' th Novemlarr;
- -FARN8UM" !f>th November, m a.
oKANJiMTAL.1 lit Rovambar.
Balling to Trinidad. PuamaHbo.
t-eorgstown, m "KEU_NA
Sailing to Madeira, Pryrnoulh, Ant-
werp, end Amsterdam, mi
ST AD" ITUi November
The M.V Doarwaod" will iept Cargo and J^-ttimn lor M Lucia. St Vi 1.11 fJrenad.
The M V. "Moneba" will jt i't rartfo and Pasaenafare for I-.mlnk-.. Antigua. Monlaerrai NrvU and St Kill, sailing Pii-'Mv Mth
BR 1 alHOOMI OWMM ASSOCIATION lae
Canadian National Steamships
1-ADY HtlDNEY .. ., ..
0 Nov 1. Nov.
iNov :: Nov.
- 1 Dm.
- 1 Doe.
- 1 rob.
1 A.'iY NEJ>ON
led with cold atorai
GARDINER AUSTIN i.'O.. LTD. Agont..
OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
BEDFORD EARL '
S S. "COI-ONIAL"
N'< a port an
25 th Oct 28th Not
Nov. 23rd Ni'v
Nov. 29th Nov
Nov 6th l)c-
Nov 14th Dec
End Nov Ml.l Dec
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Cloiei In BflrbauVii
7 th Dtf
For further information apply to - -
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-Agenu
at. 11 .a.
AIM VM S( H(MH,
AN Entrance Examination for the
Vhool Year January July 1M1 will
- held al Ihe School on Mondev Der
h. 1MO at am Applkr.tlon* will be
colved up lo Saturday Dec Ind by
1 lie Headmaster and must bo acrom-
I -rUed Df baptismal cart I Ac ate* and
k itfeHM ..,;.
AppliCBlIon* for a vacant Bryant
scholarship tenable al the Alkryne
School, will be received by the Ilaad-
i.aater up to Saturday Da md. SM
Paptlamal Certificates and tesllmo-
1 lals muat ccompany applications and
candidates muat avoaent trs-msel-e. to
Ihe Headmaster on Monday Dec ath
at t. a.m. lor EKamination
at 11 SOgr,
THE public are hereby warned, agsinil
giving credit to my wife ilTLA WAIJtER
i*e Bovelli a* I do not bold myself
Tpnnlhie for her or anyone sla
roniractlng any debt or debts In mv
1 b* a written order Bgr.-d
ITTE ROY WAIJ*F*
The public are hcrabv warned agamU
glvl-ig crodii to my wife IJI.LAS
HARJEANT nee CI^BKE> a* I do not
hold myself r-sponalble for bar or
nvoive alee contractlnaT any debt or
Cebta In my name unlaaa by a wntle-i
rder -uf ed b, me
.Slgnedi COSBIRT SARJEANT.
FOR SAIX si Public CompetlUnn .1
the office of the underalanied on Trh.rsd.iv
7th day of December. IMO. at 1 pm
ALJ. THAT mrattaaa or .lore known
oa No M Swan Streel. being a three
storey building standing on LtS" square
feat of land and abutting on Swan Street
and Bolton lane. Together with the
Goodwill and alack In trade ol the bu.i
naa known aa UM "Supply Btoies ear-
nod on la the ground Boot of the MM
For inspection and further partleuiar-
apply M the Manager of the s.ppi,
COTTLJC. CATPOBD A CO
Tk Barbados Aftalir Hub
NOTICE TO MEMIMS-
Nolice I. hereby given that in accord
ance with Hula the Club wi.| he
closed to Memben on TH
November rtrd. and FRIDAY. Mth.
from I p m for Wats* Polo Tourna-
Thi* doe* aor Include the CINEMA
which will be open lo Member, of Ha
Club as urual
B order of the Committee,
H P. SPENCER,
it :i S-4a
UK. GLE. THAVSATI.l.XTI^ri:
SS. "QAaCOOHE" Sailing to Trtnldad ft Fr. Otdaaa Novrm-
t-M- Bth. 150.
SS. "CASCOGNE' llUlng to PLYMOUTH ft LE HAVRE
via Martinique and Guadeloupe Novem-
ber 14th, 1950
SS. "COLOMBIE Sailing t., Trinidad, La Cuayra. Curacao
Curtagtu. jiiI Jamaica December Bth.
Sailina to PLYMOUTH ft I-E HAVRE via
Martinique and Guadeloupe December
All ships accepting Passengers. Cargo and
First Clses Passages Only.
First. C.iiln und Tourist Class Passages.
For further particular* kppfcy to-
R. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents.
PHnaalff Dlzon a ItUdon
fur sale aa a whole .,i aepaiately.
mil particular* mav be nblained
n.OIUm Keul Chnai Church.
\ weU bulll and nlcelv ulacOa ?
iiednxuned hiuigaluw. wllh louiuie
lichen and gallery. *ervanl"<
1 "ii- .. .1 garage Conotntc
Ikoa of r
ly Is acre gr.nm.l w.11 .Iru.
ay approach from main mad
111.HF. VISTA 11,-1,1. .
Ciiwe. Filled Or.v I
II I' Engliie Brortae Pitting!
thioughoul Laminated Mahogasis
Conrtruclloii To bo sold by
Auction a I entrance lo Aquatic
Club on Friday 1st Deranahaa al
a in Sunday Mth HaSfBHeal
REAL atrTTATK AGENT
TO-DAH Mn RASH
BRITISH ( AKS 1958
rbotographs and apeclhra-
iiiuiv ul all Ute latest asodeU
in one volume far I/-
(iOl.ll LEAF WARE.
CITS. PI.ATEB. Etc.
l'.i f.i AGAIN
Scotch Oatmeal Bread
Ite per Iras!
Scotch Oatmeal Btartvlte
J/- per IB
AI SI 1
Whale Wheat Bread
Its- pee loaf
PlUim HM.I HI! '. LTD.
151 & 152 ROEBUCK ST
Dial 3294. 344S. 4529
( HKISTM..S IS FA.ST APPROACHING
and we bars
XMAS CRACKERS. XMAS TREES. TOYS.
Coma in early and select years.
THE < I \iit ll flfl'fyflirif
(CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. Propria.or.1
Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets..
r I'l 1 I VIM R ORIMRs WITH IS NOW FOR THE
1 urranU In Parkaie*. Cake Mix Bridal. Polar and Mntitaiin*
Icing Sugar, Tin llama ivarloua aliesi. Oroutta (laAtrteal in
Ihe- 1 .1.. and Small). Ovaltlne (Large. Medium and Small)
Also a Varied Aaarartment * HOVPH :
III in/ .iream of Celery. Beef-Nuwdle. Ostall. Cream
Chicken. Vegetable Cream of Mushroom
I K \i BENTOS Knliin lu-n and Cream of Tomato
MORTON'S :VrgeUMe. and Tomato
It \ 1 ( ill 1.mt (ream of Tonato
SCNRICH : Tomato Soup
CROSS A in M K l l l :~ Vtparsiua. Oxi.il and Tomato
JOI1X D. TAVLOm A SOWS I.TB.
EVERY WOMAN KNOWS
Hat litiiil iippriimncr can be made or marred by the
Shi ir* shr wears.
WILLIAM F0GART\ LTD.
Ilus in 1 n n im il u ueu shipment nf
LADIES' DRESS SHOES
0 I'l.mi...... solei. It m Mr.. it Tireless, with High Heels.
S in Bnm ., Maafc, BAH Surdr. While Nu-buck and
X While It. 1 I.... I. 11...... ted wilh Brown Reptile
In I'm.rl Slyle wilh Spike Heeb.
Mm ...iii;.nr Iruin tll.Sl lu $14.40 pr pr.
III! % HI UK.11rK\l. 17
(6 n; * -^ S? ..lx-j~. "TTai'i
ia~ They're the Shoes you have been
'.'. ...in... [or.
nil Knrly ul . .
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
The Utilise of Fine Footwear
ANNOUNCES THE INAI'Gl/RATION OF THEIR
UNITED KINGDOMWEST INDIES
WITH THE SAII.INU OF
SS LONDON MARINER''
Loading GLASCOW and LIVERPOOL, beginning of December
BARBADOS, TRINIDAD, DEMERARA
FURTHER PARTICULARS: PHONE 4703: PLANTATIONS Ltd.Agenli
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1BS0
LONDON. Nov. 21
Sum-*- hr twal Brmr Woo4cvi>.
1. TJ.e lliiti.h jikI Emii.rr H*av>'-
ritU last Tutsday. Jack
CiurUner hu rerrtvpd more than
300 coaigratulatoi'> Mtcr and
The letter u-hrh has drh|htod
him moat came today Signed by
bethV house .io!d. n read: I i
aaksd by Her Royal Hifhn.
Princess Elizabeth, the Colonel of
the Grenadier Guards to write
and say how delicti tad >ht i% thai
a Grenadier had become a heavy-
"Her Royal Highness asked me
to wish iou all nieces* lot the
future in your (Mixing caraer."
Gardner was a member of the
Grenadier Guards for tour *aWI
before l>ci ming a professional
Presen la lion s
Truyhit-s von H U*. last
bt>ll season will be presented to*
moiru-w. jflernown at Ilarnsod
College by Mr. Bob Km* A
PreteMa'.iun wim> will la.- plays*)
before the urasfntaUon.
The wWMn are
1st. IlivlaMd: DarnJey DaCoaU
,. A M l'<*
?iid I'ivUiaa; Mm hades Bottling
Knnrk Oat JabM Sc.tlv Shi.-.,I
The taanu for the Presentation
Match will be: Combined V M PC.
IICOB. va V M C A and
he lecanl .'.ami [.layers Pat)
larta at 4 o'clock.
Louis Starts u||Mr Re||orei,
Bnon Fight | 24 HoMrs
Resevsky 0/ US leads
In World Chess Games
fallowing qualified for Iheli v-i
ond stage uf the Trumpelei Ctaaj
which will uke pla
Mr. K. D. Davis........
. Capt J. H Jordan ,
Major A. DcV. chase .
Mr. G. E Mnrtin
Mr. T. A. L. Rotwrls ..
Major O F t\ Walcott
U. T. A Gittens
Mr. M. D Thomas
Mr. G C. May ........
U. ( K. Neblett
PC C A Cumber batch
Capt S. Weatherhead ..
p.r (i Shepherd .
Capt. C K E Warner
Na. 3 Evan*
7 ruuiids at 600 fatal
Class A n r.s :i
lit Mr. M. It. De Verteuil 33
Slid Mr. T. A. L Roberts 33
3rd Major O. T. C. Walcott 32
4th Capt J. R. Jord?r> 22
Na. 4 EveaU
10 Rounds at 300 yards
Class A H.PS SO
lit Mi G. F Pilgrim. .. 48
2nd .. T A. ... Robcru. 47
3rd .. T. G. McKlnttry 4T
4th .. M D. Thomas 46
Na 8 The Arm*
UtL/8gt. H Stuart.. IS
2nd Stft F. E Edwards IS
Na. 8 The Polite
lit Bandsman I. Foster 25
Mr. G F. Pilgrim
M. A. Tuckar
,. w. A. Richard**!
K. S Yeorwood.
Mr. Q. F. Pilgrim .
., M. A. Tucker
If, G. Tucker .
' R.S.M H. B. C. Marsha
AMSTERDAM. Nov 21
Britain t*ai Van
g of the Netherlands to-
LjU in a guriu' urtiuui.-.i
Jay frmn the seventh lound of the
Iuternati<-nai Chess Tournament
. R) of the United HatlM
| von his adjuurned gam
I Rocsoiimo f France, thu. moving
. th the two U'-dliat Play
lahlbarg and PJaJ-
! dorf uf Argent.na al
; half poinU.
' Guilmundsson of Iceland
[vith Folly a Of Czechoslovakia
I: mi Gligoru of Yugoslavia drew
\l tarn. with Kottaauai
jechoslovakia without resuming
he game. Gligoric remain*
There are 12 rounds to pla>
The adjourned 70 round game
i i-iween Stabados (Italy) and
(Holland) was again ad-
i junied after 84 move*
The pQatUon't are now as fol-
l 'v- First, second and thud
stabler*, Beaetmky an
five and a half point*
Fourth Gllgoric four points.
Fifth Koasolimo four and a half
R Ki.N OrSTEI*
i k frorii <>
Uoul$ ilgid- Caaai B
Argentina in the Chlcigo Stadliun,
Nov 20 In ,i 10-nund bMH that
e Brown Bomber has called j
nil oj quit' right
The balding. M
bopaa lo i
lour in liBM bM
lenging champion Euard Chaile*
for another title fight.
Managei Mai i
the crown tatcaua* "Jot still can
beat any >>
boxing". Miles continued
before he fought Chill I
told and was not In his usual
[ balk .
That's why 1 have consented l<
i >aa msaaooa, wM atas**
Food & Drink
SEE US FOR. \
LUMBER & HARDWARE
in bdi BMhi b k
Sixth and se
nd Pirc four points each
Old Joa amvad fnMn
ing camp in Weal Bad* I
yaaterday weighing 223
Mr tlppi >2I8 (M
expects .' the tight
Loofl d.....i l'i- U*iK exlul
tion tour mora than
olse *m the raajaoo foi bJa l>* lo
i bi tin habit "f pulliiic
ind i araj bai
loose Tin' in x' tin.e 1 get m
to get nun and iw hini quick
Qj Ion '*
Louis' opponrr |
old protege of Iaiia flrpo, wli -
Tartakower l? '"w-' J"'h lh '
who often use
Daily Mail Will
l.o.NnON, Nov 20
The London DaUj Mall Which
i;.i summer organised a cross
channel race from France to
Britain announced today thai
there will be another race in
1851. the Festival of Britain year.
Prizes of c 1.000 each for tho
lirst man and lirst woman swim-
mer to reach England from Cap
Grii Nez in France are offered
There are also prizes of 500
each for the second man and
woman home, and 1250 for all
other competitors completing the
Twenty of the world's finest
swimmers will be chosen to
start In the contest, expected lo
lake place In August
....." of Kid
Rebel Against U.K.
CAliu i Not
i Uwuaand rtudaaMg m
University at Cairo to-day called
for a "revolt" against Britain be-
cause of her altitude to "Egypt's
national aspirations" < Ml
the University campus they beard
I -t againat
Bavin i Commons doclaral
shouted. "Down with Anglo-
Steel helmettM police cordoned
00 the entire I'lincn/
LISMORE, Nov. 21.
The bl.CC. drew their match
Witt tba New South Wales North-
ern Districts Team here today
uitat enforcing the follow on. The
local side scored 156 in their first
innings in reply to the MCC total
ol 274, then loat two wlcJteU for
65 runs before stumps went
drawn. It was a dreary day's
cricket with snail-like batting
against uninspiring MCC bowling.
At least six catches were missed
by the MCC.
Top scorer in the Districts' first
innings was It. Ellem with 40.
Bailey and Warr each took two
WiOki I'll 31. Bedta-r two lor 24
und Brown two for 48.
Eight Killed In
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 21
Thousand ol people were left
as raging floods swept
through California and Nevad
today cnutlng nllliong of dollar
damage. Eight people war* knowi
to have bccji killed Most of Reno
Nevada, was ui. :
from the swollen TrUCkM River
A torrent thre*- bloekl widal
surged through the heart of the
city, flooding luxury hotels
Armed men of the Nevada
national guard (territorials) were
it to prevent looting.
All eight bridges across tho
Truekc-e wen- under water and
handbag walls hastily urected
. vemight were :.-.vept away.
K.ully, via niiin, WAS It
nectsiary fun night i<> umrn
Mr. Anl*f agelnit malting
US. MAKES PETROL
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21
The United States is to-day
producing petrol frum coal "In
practical quantities," Burea mines
iiisloM-d hen- rUiown avutlabla
coal reserves are believed to be
Miihcieti' to ]..'t nan) .cars avan
il the nation makes all its oil from
Petrol is mada b) a process
called "hydrogenalion"the ad-
dition of hydrogen to coal under
high pressure and lampontUra
Coal can be converted to petrol.
diesel oil. iel fuel and other
According to preliminary esti-
mates costs will be "within reason
-ml not much higher" than Tor
producing petrol from natural
What's on Today
The Shoot tor the i mi.
petar Cup continue* from
The Court or (.rand Mrkioru>
. ..Illinois at 10 a.m when
the oaae of the Kins
ainliihl i.niii-. n.iiiii for
murder will hrsin.
Tile Chamber of Commerce
will hold Ita Quarter!*
when they will discuss,
among other thimc"
motion that the Chamber
lake step* to ublain the
release of all items in free
supply from the Sterliim
They will also dim-
inution ih.i the ch*mbrr
UmUou the lack ot Com
mrn-lal Keprev-nutlon on
the Legislative Council.
The MobUe Cinema will put
on a Hhow al Admirall>
1-,-iui. si Philip.
Sun Kites: 5 S7 a.m.
Hun Seia: S.iS p.m.
flooll lull i Nov :t
I inlilliig: 6.00 p.m.
High Water: til am.
v l RTIaUl x^
l; ..III ill I ml) in..ton )
Total for Month lo V ruler-
day: 8 28 Ins.
Temperature (Max.I 85.5*F
Temperature (Min.l 71.S'F
VIhid Direction: ' a.m I I.
(3 p.m. VMM
Wind Velocitt: I mtlea prr
(S p.m.) 28.718
They'll Do It Every Time
By Jimmy Hatlo
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