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PAGE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 150 IIH. HIT The EnjU.il crick*! un no. unrliif AuiWlU hu not boon loo nuccmrfril in the pr.iumn.ry "* %  • before the Oft Te-t In Ike MCC M.tell %  junrt New South >..< Sydney. K.lth Miller ol New Sonth Walee uke A Melpe at .1 ball from Bed.er hot ml*-e. end wlehot keener A J. Htclntyro taken the bU. Ezprei* ___^_>^_^ — D-wes Score* 117 Out Of 2) I BHISl.ANE. Nov. 28 John Dewes, Cambi nine t-*nivoi Mty and Middlesex left-hander, scored u nghttriK century for the M.C.C. In the match again*'. Queensland whirh ended In a dra-v In re today. Replying to Queensland's 301 the MCC made 291 and when MM match ended Queensland ha 1 made live fur one wicket DeweV innings of 117. his high eat of the tour so far. almost certainly assured him of o place in the England team to meet Au* iralla In the first Test startinK the same ground on Friday. Hts century took four hours. 33 minutes and he hit 11 fours Dtwes and Cyril Wnshbrook (SI) pul on 10* for the fourth wicket Lea Johnson took six MCC wickets for 66 runs. eJUaWaVS1.Al.n 1ST INNINOB M*l First Innings Mutton I' lolt'i'O" VY*at.l.-l. b Jnltnaon HMtii—.i. t RHiwt loiwimvi I'. iM'to' • Airhr b Mr Ctool Drwr. %  J"h.n to Hym*r ClMS b John-on Brawn r A/tUft Jrirvw>n Kvanl> B*yn..*r n.-darr b Johnson W..r 1 M<-C•>•>• a W b *•* b-u ToUl a From Page I away. It might be coming from under the sea. It was a gamble ay that the supply would last another ten years or any length of time for that matter. to Hon. Acting Colonial Council Send Back Gas Bill modifications and adaptttttOOl shall have cITcct in respect of such .ii lutraUon. t7j The amount of compensation determined by agreement or arbitration arid any expenses ncurred by the Corporation in the Island, and in particular directo — (a) the exp.. natural ga> undertakings' (b) the establishment and working of new natural gas undertakings. I I reiulering of services and the supply of natural gas to any guv.romeru department, school or public body; BM creation and sppliea| a general reserve I that tn* M may be of a specific Corporation shall give rffec: to weh directions. Voting in favour of the deletion of the section were tlie Mom Challenor. Masci..h. <%  •on, Mrs. Hanschell. Evelyn. Dr Pile Afosnal 'he motio'i bgttUOD were %  > How |. ,,, ii; hop, t uke and the .-. lonlal Secretary Hen O B Eveljn who made the motion fur the deletion gave as his reason the fact that it was II,. f. .-hug that the Corporation should t* run as a *" %  %  *: -etn untrammelle I by jnv pohMeal consideration. If,,,. in the Other Place and as such would exercise a political n fluence on the CorporaUon by virtue of the powers extended In that section and he " J^Vnr should be d-leted ****<£L poration run ** business conce. free from any poll"' Water Extension f I mm Page S ly populated and the pipes were far away from the 4 the people's homes. Mr Miller (1,1 said that he uould have liked to associate himself with some of the sentiment* expressed by Mr Garner. He felt that water should be in every house. He was of the opinion that a special department be created and called the 'distribution department". The complete Waterworks Department wanted oreri %  a 1 J r. u The new distribution department should be organised by the Government and a few plumbers employed Mr Miller said that it was his hope that the Government would %  %  the cost of installation sol that II. any more people would be able to have water turned into their homes. He said that Port-of-Spain. hich is smaller than Barbados, had more water mains than the hole of Barbados. "In every litUf village, every little house has us water supply", he said. Ho was hoping that the Government would pay some attention to his idei only one house in St Andrew had electricity rront of the Governor1 *"' in-Exerutlve Committee, but the ** CorporaUon shall repay to the Government such compensatiun ano exp. 0 With regard to sub-section B ; Hon. G. B. Evelyn thought that some consideration should be given to the time which would be U nd moved thai (he following words be In-1 serted nfter the end of the subsection "and the amounts llxed by gjntmtnt or arbitration shall carry interest at the rate of 4^t per annum from the appointed Sayl'his was carried without divls inent or a public utility run by t After some minor amendment' Government fcr the Is-nelit of u,e bill was given its second am the people subject to subsidisathird reading and passed with approved by lln legts1'inpm.i" %  BCOol Aiaaei **5uTCIN!M.AND Citapmm. !" i "> C.U-t 4t • MO Ml It M |1 f M i o M, SCOHKI InnlrtSToUl • lor 1; *>Wkl> Fall • • IHIWUNU ANAI.VSO* O M H J a o I • —• %  !• WSIT N.S. Wales Beat S. Australiu ADELJMDE. NOV. 26 New South Wales. Sheflh-lo Shield holders, defeated Soutu Australia by 45 runs on the Oral Hilling.-, in their four-day male: which ended here today. South Australia scored 439 u iheir tirst innings. Graeme Hole making 5. and 1-ance Duldig 9* jn d followed with 127 for B*1 wickets in their second innmg> Hole M-ortng 54 New South Wales had a first innings total of 4B4, It James scoring 111. and UeCourcey 62 Keith Miller, most proliliscorer this seas llrst ball for 0. la tuns. The section was deleted Continuing this lint t %  rfiunoW the Hon. GB Evelyn moveit the deletion of section IT of the bill that read: — 17. The rates and sCalM of %  harge.s for natural gas shall be %  Mibuiitted bv 'he Corporation Dpr the approval of the Governor-ln Executive Committee The mollon for the deletion wan carried on the same division :md Mr Evelyn successfully joved the insertion of the following section In its pll l i 'When fixing the rates and seales of charges for natural gas the Corporation shall take Into ccount the cost to the Government or the Corporation of money paid by the way of compensotlori purchase or otherwise, for existing or other well or well the machinery, pipeline, other necessary appliances and the Moral 'expenses for earrvina on •he undertaking and shall submit .urh rates for the npprrval or the Governor in Executive Committee The othei main arnargfmenl by Mr Kr.'l|,.i wa* m eonrrtOUOB with section U" which rM 18 111 Subje-t li the provisions of this Act. the privately owned natural gas plant, specified in the BchMUle to this Act, The Weather TO-1IAV Sun RtMH ti.OJ am. Hun KeU: a.36 p.m. Moon (L-*t Quarter) December 2 l.lchtitu: tin p.m. Hi.* Water: R.I3 a.m.: 7.1* VESTEHIA% r lt.ui.1 .11 (Codrlngton); .70 In Total for Month U* Vcterd.. i: •' i" 1 Tem^crsture V in l-. • *l_ dlacovery whkh la a l"m mrflrtr.' la pltaaanl, taay-lo-Uh* UN form. -In-. .., with %  land oprallor.' aad b^glnla build n.w ngi.ur and pn*ry in II houy.l Ii l> at-avluttly aarmlr.a and naluiai "TB" auercaa of IhiAmailas dlar-v.i >llr.l VLTaba ha I"*" %  > n m Aura thai It la now balng dlairlMitl bv on Ii 1ISII tPff In Ml— I rnual.mak. rW ">l '^1 • Igour and anerfy and from ... Crawford (C> said that there was no single member of the House whom he felt did not pi *t* know the fTMrt lack of adequate %  water supply in Barbados. y__ Over four years ago. the House M <-"-S'''^ii^^i^H^^i .' v^TaX. h %  put half million dollars at the I a£*-^-wtib %  ^•-ttai "d ?Kdisposal of the Government to YwTABS procure equipment. He realised that the main difficulty was to get the equipment Ha A.mtod to throw out the suggestion that if the British Gov| I'l.ii-ieiit could not supply the. equipment, it was available from | the United States. He said that it was therefore left to the local Gov* niment to I make oul a case with the British Government and ask for a licence to get the equipment from outside the sterling area. Mr V. A Foster (L) said that some time ago. he asked the QUM' tion about water for the Church i Village district in Hillabv, St. Andrew. He hoped that the Govern| ment would soon go to then aid He was not ashamed to say that Fashion Highligh t (DMA* £ Hearth urn.' bowled —neuter. Cambridge Crew Far Florida LONDON A strong Cambridge University lt ew is going to HP-BTS! riorida, to row against Yale New Year's. Da> It Will not be the crew which won the Oxford-Cambridge duel this year, but the complete Uady Margaret eight thru • %  o'"**}" 1 against Yale at the Henlc: IK* order to Please their host the erew will row with light blu. Made*. nder the •Goldie.' usually given to thi Ciimbridge second eight. R H Svmonds. coach ol t>otli Ladv Margaret and Cambridge Unlvtrrsity, will lie in charge the English crew.—(I.N.l.) sj-'dflcd therein pr (..iiinieneement of this Act. shall on a day to be appointed hy the Governor-ln-Excutive Committee by notice in the Official Gazette (hereinafter referred to as the appointed day) be transferred to the Corporation (2) Upon the appointed day. '.he natural gas plant sneclflod In the Schedule to this Art. shnll by virtue of this Act. of transferred to and vest In the Corporation without further assurance (31 Until the appointed day such person shall Weep and maintain suib natural gas plant in as an efficient condition as theretofore (4) When the property in anv natural gas plant Is vested In Corpor aU on in accordance with the provisions of this section, the corporation shall pay thereto] compensation ns hereinafter provided. (5) Compensation payahle under this section shall. In default of determination by agreement, be determined by arbitration (6) The provisions of sections fifteen to twenty, both amendments by the Council. landslides were common in that part of the country and a landslid might well close the Assure am thai source of supply would end. The Government had told the lirih.-h Union Od Company that they were unable to guarantee any protection in case someone %  In bured and tupped their pU supply, but In the same hrcult they had said that the) them selves were going to take over a liability against which they were unable to guarantee somebody else. That was a bad form of statesmanship. The British Union Oil Company had a limited number of experts here who could deal with any accidents to the gas well. If anything happened, because of liaison with Tiiiudiid leaseholdLtd.. they would be able to get m help and the necessary apparatus Government had no apparatus lor did they have any expert 01 pparatus to deal with any acci dent to the gas well After what had happened with Trinidad LeaM-hoUls ill their negotiation. nmont over Mother matter he did not imagine that Director, of Trinidad Leoseholdn would be too anxious to loon ilnn apparatus to this GovaTnrnenl when thej were in dilemma of this sort -i I'.DII. t Gamble Hon. Dr. Mossiah also pointa* out that as was the case In othei the cost of gas wi based upon that of fue] oil At present this was fairly high. If fuel oil became more substantia in Barbados through the activities of another country, then the prle would drop and so would the pric< of natural gas. The Governmcir would then be in a very illfflcul' financial condition. They had discovered in thei' investigations that it was going t< coat the taxpayers of this islanr one million to one million and i quarter dollars for a gamble. He thought that even til this late hoiGovernment ought to to reach an agreement with th' B.U.O.C The llon'ble the Lord BUhoi explained thai he had been ur able to attend more than a singU meeting of the Select Conunltttrl and had asked to be allowed i consider its report as an ordinary member of the Council. The Council deleted seclion It of the Bill that read: — 15 The Governor-ln Bx* Committee may give to the Cor poration such directions of a ger oral character as appea what's on To-day Court of (.rand Sessions continue at 10 a.m Inquiry into fatal accident, resulting hi death ol Moat* Lewis In Black Rock Road on Muiiday. continue* at I p.m. before Mr. H. A Talma The Mobile Cinema lives %  show at lwlliers 1'lanUtlon yard. Christ ( mm Ii. at 7,34 p.m The roller Band, under the direction uf tap:, t i Kalsiiii gives a concert at DUtrlrt "I* Police Hta Uon at 7.45 p.m. Mr. Robert Turner, newly appointed Colonial Secretary of Barbados, arrives today by S.S "Bonaire" ASSIZE DIAKV WEDNESDAY. Nov. ?!> No. S— I v Wendell Kini Nes. 13—R v Leon Taylor PfQ v IS—R v (IMi... Held TIII'RSDAY. Nov l\. No. 3S~R v Richard Green At the first tlgn of acidity, tuck two Kennies. M after (be other. A. they motet, ihnr antadd ingredient* art earned by your own vihva straight to where tlicy're needed in your sionuch. DlaOoauxirl ^ftcr meal* need never worry you again, if you carry %  few Rennies i hey' re wrapped" tcnaratcly like iweets) in your p>K-aei or handbag. If they don": bring you relief, It's lime you saw your doctor. Get Remuci at any chemist. taliiiES **• %  ,****•>',',*.*,*,*-'-*.---,---..-,'.',-,*,-,--•,*, ,-,*.-,-,*,*, -*.'.'.',*-. to th nciuHive, of the Land Acquisition Governor-in Executive Committe Act 1040, with the necessary to bo requisite In the int erests a They'll Do it Every Time WHEN THE SATSFRys OP AH THROW A BRAWL-1WE NEIGHBORS GET NO REST AT ALL — Bv Jimmy Hatlo BUT WHEN BATSV FEELS LIKE SNOOZING NICE —"DDT," ypu ,4LL-*PROP DEAD TWICE.'" NOTICE Passengers who hold reservations on and after 1st. December, 150, | are kindly asked to contact our Office regarding times and days of departure of their flights. 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WEDNESDAY. N'OYI.MRKR 29. ISM KXRBAIHIS \h\CK VII i' MI IIIKII:. Motion Of £1,000 Loan For Organ Repairs Turned Down By St. insrpii Vtthy THE ST. JOSEPH ftSTRV w,;i ,,„ %  %  Mcoogl] rated letter to the Telephone Co. taking if they canr i en to U thai telephuitu cunjKvlii.il*. m bl. Jukeph bv k'|t in W.M Uag order. The Vestry came to that ihe IJIIIIII on Monday when they considered a letter from Mr. S. A. Durai.t of the parish's dispensary, taffing them that urgently needed medicines had been wanted by sick people who could not contact them over the telephon*. Mr. Durum MM. 1— "GIOIMTSIIT" Brings Food From Australia DiedSuddenh HARBOUR LOG leiepiKKic had brim gal order on many occasions during the past few month* DHCUM.UK the question. Mr. Williams *aid lhat the telephone r. very high and they should expect *atisfactor> Mrvic* If not getting proper Mn .should not have lt> po\ Mr. Ha>..cs Hid IfeaM hie was all due to the company having a monopoly. It was on Mr. Cox's motion that the Vestry decided to write a strongly worded leil, company, The Vestry agreed to the principle of cnanging. from UJM to time, the membership of the Old Age Pension Claims Committee This decision w re.n I the Vestry considered a letter from the Governor-in-1 Committee recommending It as advisable to make occasional changes in order that a greater number of parishioners might become acquainted with the working of the Old Age Pension system Schemes for alternative degrees of repairs to the parish organ which would cost in Ibi of £1.000 or £3,000 W*M turned dov.ii bg tin* Vestry yesterday and n decision was r—cbd that major repair* to the org^u should be postponed for a year. The Vast i > neu uven correrpondlng with dealers in Electro Pneumatic ornans to find out th'j coat of extensive repairs and possible removal of the organ from one part of the church to another, but on the motion of Mi Smith, seconded by Mr. Haym ctaion for postponement ,.f flu K'l % %  la-SCT* I. Mr. Smith said that If the Maude Report eamc Into effect %  oon, the Govannant might take over the responsibility of thu Church, and a hilie delay m ,.n rying out the repairs might cause Government to see after the lepairs. A motion was put to the Vestry by Mr. Cos. a-kuii: that a loan of £1,000 be raised to cover repairs. Mr. Haynes. howc that when one considered the essential needs of the parish—an almshoi.se. for instance—he did not think they could be in their right sensas even to COnSfctac the three tons ot age from Australia were landed at Barbooos on Monday by the %  s. OlMsrestrr, ur 1 Mil!: I -IMA \\ \lt ill I. %  I SuUle •treat. us*l *uMau,y at her home during the early hours ei yesterday mornuig TY. srhara a post mortem examination was peMormed I" Dr. A W. Scott Dsatii *,. attributed to natural causes. TO YtSTr.KIM. 9.839 driving licences pass) Issuad The majority 11 nppUcants now seeking ncaa either foreigners on holiday B. people who were recently taught to drive So far 2M conductors hove at the Trafl mant of the fenlral BtSSaMa, %  %  about two per week A irtlONS.A KNK.IIT ., i-euetrian of Martinique Village. My Lord's Hill, was 11 an oil drum at My I-ord'n 11 ill *>n Monday night. He was taken to the General Hospital • was treated and discharged Cpl Watson, of t Station, who reported the In Carlisle Bay Sc* LMlkk. M An."a II \l \ I'i • Sii U \ VacM A.***, ft, I, \|.l) N Joaar-. Suriaela. Si* r. 'far. Sth • M ^ C 1. M T iM fc *.I %  Stark M AKKI\ SfaMnrr CBttrprUe S 43 ton* %  C-p( SI.,,.. ..n from aKJ^o. s-l.-t .. ,._:,!, ; W *S l.i i. %  %  % • >.*t %  fita, ma I.IH ixi Capl Walauti I,., TrtntaUM i li va..iu.tn.i. H kmi itti. C-pt Siml. ID Touch with Barbados Coaital Sution CAD1X ,nd Wiratraa rWa I LIS ggtoM bo* com11.. !-" %  '• if alias* %  Mun\ \\ t>s| IndianHay CetWork 1951 In Panama }\ .'fuar. U iRT-i il I .. *ho was inlr.ni' 11 \iipen. Tunidad. s: fii bad . uwiied %  Paaarna on s* Level anal pn to last tot ;. 000 Mrsoni may IN he added \. :alks have already sUrti contractor* from UM L'.SA havs •arty from Jamaio as poaalbta Tb H is und< I mlse on ti and Jsir.i the We-: .jnds to Painnua. lUroiu s^. %  Marahail. I%  ggaum li-ur ney. tfl5 canes of apples. 420 case and Six crates of cheese. 835 cases if hams, 210 cartons ol prunes, 6 cases of rabbits, 30 cases of ducks, 1ZU cases of chickens, 43 is of butter and 56 bags of outler at rtrad. Id storage cargo arriving by this ship was frozen ducklings, frozen drakelings. carcasses of Limb. beef. veal, frozen mutton, frozen liquid egg, canned soup, canned fruit, sweet corn, brisket plates, ribs, poultry, salted beef, milk products and. from Brisbane. navel beef. The Gloucester also ttbOM here 5,729 bags of oats which it i Melbourne and Sydney. n Ic this call to Barbados %  tin lb ban Australia, it is aeldom lhat such calls are made to the island. Ships arriving here y cold storage from Australia are generally trans-shipping the cargo from Trinidad where it had bean landed by ships of use Montreal Australia New Zealand Line Limited. The Gtewesler is one of the ships operating under this line. llei local agents are Messrs. Da Costa & Co.. Ltd. I il at form of moio M-HWt. owned by r> rW & Co of Roebuck Street while the lorry was travelling ifT the direction of the City fNII> BROHNE U at present detained at DM Hofspital where she is being treated for injuries She w.Involved in an accident at Maxwell Road over the week-end. Also involved was motor OBf X-'*ni!. wned and drivi Hallam Cole of Maxwell Coast The radiator grill of the oar was %  gad (iVPSV TENT is expected to highlight the Shamrock's Bazaar which will be held at St Patrick's. Jemmolts Lane, from 8 to 9 o'clock tomorrow evening The Bazaar is being held in aid funds for the Union. A large variety of toys will be' offered for sale. There will also tto fiuit and vegetable stalls. KHH.ETOWN was wet and "Nelson," 'Bouuin 1 Due Tomorrow Ths Ladg Nairn is due to arrive here to-morrow at dayuieak. Weather conditions permitting, she will leave UM ...miu evening for Bermuda Bo tin. St Johns N.B., and the liritisli Northern islands. The Dutch passenger ship s.s. Uonaire is also expected to Barbados to-morrow Messrs. S. H. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd., told the Aduocate yesterday. The Bonaire was duo here Sea we 11 AnmvAL.s ii) n w i \ Fr*m urvaaalai %  MM *• %  Ihotty Wrt-wrr A.m rOBBMa, Anbi'y Teaaia, ASn* TOppla. f>Mn AMifua Ttwnuu TM"iiii, Cant tree* 1^II4M Flam St Lufla %  UUIM Caoiig-Vn. Csitikitr 0T u-Yrt > Rcaatrio ktoarig^. Ed I L> Rod BMB IK.i n H.inari la I %  tuiw Jar Hav > Wra B.vi n riir Kodrlfun nr.PARri'prs. iij n w i A rr Tunidaal i,l. ti*mi MalMMi. Allan Cunil— -h*i.. Ertili. RoansiMt. i-ia.iT v>k*r l ...!>%  %  Waclo.. lira 1 narHi Palacliall Am 1*1 Alaiosn. hTa Camurn A %  %  •am: mats. — Il ill I'uy $182.50 For Straling $110 I l.U>r%  %  Joseph 11 Hall to a room at %  i • %  <ed Ihi "a strong .. %  am", said ataa I'ti I %  %  of 2S. ea tatlon and v %  !,. tags DM %  llim ihr unl be that she tha "u^hi %  tM versii%  task tor the I'ffleer." TinRoyal Bank (If Canada iiiiiu.i row \ RIIADOS. B.W.I B 1" %  %  < % %  aising of a loan when they could yesterday but it was delayed on makeshift with minor repairs. Mr. Gitlens. organ repairer, told the Vastly that the : the organ was deteriorating %  idly and a major breakdown d occur at any moment. The Education Department will be asked by the Vestry if tlv can expedite the sendiug of Vestry scholars' school reports to the Vestry. They had asked Queen's College and other schools to send in the reports at the same time that they were sending reports to parents, but Queen's College piled saying that the to the Department ,>f VMin.iti >, first No New s. In.I.list Michael's Girls' reported to the Vestry that owing to the lateness In making arrant:. D I a parish's Vestry scholar to tr school, they can accept no scholar for next year. The Parochial Medical Olfl VCQ ago. Three passengers are coming to Barbados by this ship. Only one passenger was booked with the .gents to sail by he* tomorrow evening for Trinidad. of St. Joseph. Dr. W. H. E John. has been granted one month'* leave as from December 20. lit T ; pn p M I I Of S* Andrew. will carry on his work in the Mrs. Euan Bncs v. .is umtsted i'i tan Widow's Annuity i t ttW Vestry. Mr HayneS asked that the Road t'omnusMoners of the parish hurry up with the Job of repairing the roads now that GovsramsaTt had passed money for the Tin* Chairman. Rev. Mallalieu. HportOd that water was entering ••arifch church because of ntlnuova heavy rain. experienced lutwecn 7 and 10 a.m. and 11.15 a.m. and 1.30 p m. Throughout the whole day the sun never reached its brightest and the temperature averaged 79 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade. The majority of businessmen mid clerks turned out to work yesterday morning prepared for bad weather. During tinevening many could be seen win. their umbrellas and macks when on their way home The day was again humid and although the temperature was very lew a few people could still be heard complaining of heat. '-TH1E JAWBONE has become popular since the showing <>f the film Samson and Delilah, %  hlch many HnrlMWliana saw Samson whip the Philistines with the jawbone of an ass. One of the first persons ,ake use of the jawbone is W. Lord, the well known race ticket endor. On Sunday evening he /as seen riding his bicycle along Roebuck Street with the jawbone of some animal attached to th<' fender of the avail 3.500 BAGS OF RICE COMB SO MM 3,500 bags of rlcj armed from British Gulfana on MOsVMQ by the schooners Frances U i'milh and Mary M. Leu-is. Five schooners. Including the Franees W. Smith and n/ **• Leuns brought cargo to the island over the week end The cargo was chiefly firewood. charcoal, domestic gasolene and aviation gasolene. CLOS4M1 BATtS LONDON BiUMl Harass %  ID vn uaya BUjbl ITU SITS M .. I *TTO mis ia so H .. sTUo 4/U .. *S*U VI ., %  S.TT tfafimi&f .Min. he' smht \ pioicctioa jgainrt ill health, a slrcngthcoini food far .hihlrcn . thrre'i goodness ia 'Kapler' for all tan !..nnl> kcplcr' conlaini vitanUru A sad D sad | DSwoaWlCfi iDM nourishment. Ititevet. malty osw K. so palatable too. Cabh* Co.ipuna 4TTN KI I I I 11: .n Min I'-i Hank if ti.g land Nom M .. Toast TI4 10"r p> ChanuM oa hrt* TS aV* ' Sight or DvraSSkl llrafW 10 IS* a*. H 4/10% pr. Cmtolm Coupon* ajll-r — %  CANADA .Jin. S.-1-ur.alar.a. • J" Itankcr •and St* pr ft COD LIVER OIL WITH MALT EXTRACT A luaaouGHt wtucOMi a to. paoooci %  Atwn h. 1 1 11 I n i COILIMI' LIO1 W. H. Fox Talbot 1$ -M.rss4> *' % %  '"^J * fcsiv btrn aV/ssWr of maim pinkyrmyhy. Tmmfh ht dUnot fair tkpni sssMssrase, im uasraara' sVC^ityfc pnxw, %  W *.iaJV U piuihlt for mf inmher /sif^tn MCtmbriJge Omrfiy m lAVl. fcr (.'at afw a ilfmisl. IsSS t*&t jatcnt Firmk, mi a*U aW < !" *t. Hr+mr. Cm :t .J.* (an „kstvif Stm-wni, Imc^t aWRsBstm, II .:'. S %  „ p.^y, „msl*tor / flV Anyn'aw. Cu- -J htm the Mmtmup f the &iy*l S#*Hif -. i.n. atiJ ( %  • Q ,, .., WJahmr IN mt Nasssmnl ifcaf fmmi rfcr jT. as iS( hr oWte ,>• '... pmimu e>i ^^""^ mt jmttrm yran tutier. mii §m UttaWsf 'V aVirAymrmi T \ \_, J wm'tk kmv hi from ikr JamHrrttyft la tin i'ira* pku^r./%  viaWrr/ */ (aasy. Hollytivod's Newest! 1.1,1111)11! .\^Jf (iflUI... / Her Favorite Make-Up In Gorgeous Gold Gift Presenlaiions pr. 4S2M n -f • < S3 SS^ Safhl Brans "ST"-ESS Cirrprcy 01% p. SI %  •* pr r \ iii BASAMal DamaaHl 4TT.SS %  \T?ec>i'ONi*.i. >,•* pr. remand •* llae. .Mln IBc. (Mln. JSf.l ..% pr. CabU "' r-viipoM ists dls. %  -IftSLAKA 4S1.2S Mln. SBr i rat,i* Ihr -I..HHal. %  >| xiih.Bl n-Ur.. INVESTMENT SUPERVISION The unusual conditions existing today require more than ordinary knowledge and experience to handle your investments. 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BatMws

Quorate
I'ri,
Fivr CEWTi
Year SX
Council Send Gas
Bill Back To House
With Amendment*
NATURAL GAS m Barbados will tM Tutionaiiscil
if the House of Assembly agre? to 1'ie amend
ments which the Legislative Council made to tho
enabling Bill which they parsed jesUrday, and
which will be sent back to tue House of Assem
bly for them to approve or disagree with the
amendments.
KOIII %\ I'lll SUM \ i
Ask 83,000.000
Wage hemie
IN B.G.
GEORGETOWN, B.G. Nov. 28
OulWia W|n producers
are being called upon ID meet
wage increases lo sugar worker-
of (3,000.000 s fron- J
next Within 24 hour* after the
Association had decided to in-
crease a par >'"i
with aflad fu.ni the currant pa)
week the cost ol living boi.us paid
lo augur <-title worker-. reaurUng
in a rise in industry hill by about half a million dollars
per annum, a Conference of "0
represent..- < l -'ate urinl
laN and branch ofhclals of
the Manpower of ihe Citizen*' As-
MCiBUOn empowered the executive
to approach the Sugar Producers'
Association with a three million
dollar ><
A' tlu sama Una lha eonfe-eni .
approved a resolution that Gov-
i* approaches
effective >tep- tO reduce the 0OM
of living by pegging
extent ml foodsluifs.
The Association appre.-i.it. d that i
tin' cost of Iiviiik had risen be--
yimii the figure for whlcli the cost
of living bonus was increased by
6| per oant ->t the beginning of
tha roar, but while stressing that
tne price received for their pro-
ducts in 1850 far from justifies
any increase in wages without an
.increase In the local price of sugar.
look into account an Increase in
the molasses price to "Be paid next
year and agreed to BB imi. ..-. h
the present cost of living bonui of
40 per cent paid lo all MaW
estate workers in the Held and the
factory by five per eeni on a
definite understanding that this been ant to a committee
-..'illative Council refer-
II to a Select Commute-
i lirmanshtp of the
Hon Or H G. Massiah and ya-
terday adopted the report of that
committee
In addition to recommendm -.
certain amendments which arara
pccepiisi. the Coaunittea potntad
..itiumgh agiaahig that
I- -:...-,
tha opinion that before it
nt into operate |
nffori i ild ba a i fa - I < I'
ernment to explore the possibility
Od .. .t'leiiient with the Britain
"I Company 0J means of
Tho Council also passed an
addroas to His Bxcelknacy the
: stating, this opinion and
thai the Council felt that
Government might find it em-
barrassing to raise a loan to pay
compensation in cash in
IB) other proposals of
capital expenditure which may
require the Government lo enter
the loan market.
Tlir Han. llr. Ma< .,!,
Council that the Select Committee
appointed to consider M
on the bill had had six major
i one am
ted fa three
hom <>t longer and they had con-
sidered ""' matti
Rail Hunt!in:
Tl a) had consulted all the ex-
pert! thej OOtlld OH Hie matter
and they had come to unanimous
conclusion* with the MCapUOD U
certain points wilh which the
Hon Colonial Secretary did not
ll;. i .mi mil tee hod considered
the bill an i
n. point that struck the
comimltee was that the hill was
another' example of another bill
being railroaded through the
Other Place without its having
U.N. Troops Yield
Ground In TV. Korea
200.000 SHATTER MACS
END OF THE WAR HOPES
U.S. Charge
Red China
H ilh Aggression
WA8HI1 JH
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'-framed f-om takln* on tba
lound thl

. i hatn at j
, |
i iboUed tlw i- I u
dnal bin. III "i'er '
TOKYO, Nov
(^ENErtAL MA0ARTHUR admitted today that
his hopes of bringing the Koi
quick end had been shattered by the tntero I
of over 200,000 Chinese Communist troops who
were now arrayed against United Nations troops.
Heavy rtMtiforcemeiits of Chinese Communist sol
vere also concentrated in Manchuria "
the privileged sanctuary north of the international
boundary" and were constantly moving forward.
he added.
"Consequently we face an entirely new war," Gen.
MacArthur said in I personal communique.
dis-
increase must be regarded as being
on account of any further wage
negotiations which the 19M export
... or may not
Communists Out
In Uruguu) Poll.-.
MONTI VIDEO. Uruguay,
tio\
M
Supp< i led of the pro-Democrat
l"residei]tial candidate. Andres
Ifartlnai Trueba. claimed victory
tn Uruguay's elections, which
were maiked by a sjllx-siilng de-
feat for Communists on Monday.
President Luis Battle Berre"
newspaper Aeeion said Ihtl th
returns were incomplete and un-
official but showed clearly
election of Martinez Trueba.
The new President will take
office on January 1 for u four-
year term, succeeding Bfttll"
Herrcs who under the law Is un-
able to succeed himself. Can.
cussed extensively as it should
have been.
The Committee felt that the
Government was gambling in the
matter. The experts had told
them that they could not guaran-
tee the location ui the i Hp .1 It) 1 '
the reservoir of the gas. No one
knew where it was coming from
It was submitted that it might
-,(n frnni n fnn or flwure
rhlch
iiKhl be man:
a> On 1' 8
ule>
GUERILLAS IN
CONTROL IN NEPAL
PATNA BIHAR. Nov. 28.
Napall Congress guerillas opei-
atlng in southwestern Nepal are
now in control of the major part
of a town in the Butwal district
90 miles from the capital Khat-
mandu according to Congress
I .mi ... here.
' They said Nepali Government
forces in the town had withdrawn
into the district Governor's fortl-
B#<] hoUM Which was now under
siege.Renter.
LIFE Photographer Hi
UM l|l>eritlon Of 11 '
forces despite temporary
! ih ugh
HIGH WINDS, RAIN ADD
NEW HORROR TO ETNA
CATANIA, Nov. 28.
Huwliiu? winds and lashing rain last night added another
horror to the roar of Etna volcano which hurled plumes of
fire into the sky.
IjBVS ash covering the countryside for miles around turned
to a soggy carpet of grey black slush. Men, women and chil-
dren fell on their knees on the mountain slopes and prayed
fervently to Saint Andrew that the volcano's fire would be
extinguished by rain. But while they prayed a new gush
burst into life about midnight on the crater lip above For-
nazzo and white hot lava spewed out.
^------'--------------------------------- From at least 37 fissures on the
__ crater, fountains some 1.400 yards
Mayor Chaslisps
Councillor
Egypt Will
Abolish 1936
U.K. Treaty
Says Foreign Minister
CAIRO, Nov :'K
Uoli.mci SaK.li El l>:n 1 -
.11 u iitervicw arttti 1.....
newspaper today that hi
treaty would ba
m greafnant v. in, Britain or bj
BaTP*"
Mohamad Sal.>ti Kl Dll
Lorn
Y< >rK
In Un
. 1
tj is no
I
"Anglo-EKvjitlan relations have
become most difficult" I
ed.
"Egypt i-> heading (Ol
>us dtnVu kes If Lon
thai our la
should be granted Reuier
Alsatian Dog
Was The Cure
BUENOS AlKHS. Nov L'K
Until the doUm .nested her
la Bavktofi 48-
e.il-oM
I
oai women who
nraraona
0 cura through I 1
perties of her Alsatian
When the poll., raid
patten)
lie cured
Lfrt 1 a latta 1FMC l> ia.'ti
Fourth WA. Talks
Open In Curacao
CURACAO, D Wl, Nov. 2th.
Thi Fourth Saaadon ol tlu- West indum Conference ipene<
lressing the hope for fruitful
reautti from tha 1 (- British United Stales, French and Dutch teirilories.
Chariot j it Daubanton, Neth-
1 '.(. Mexico. pr<"-
**idcd at the nwaab
I Kb I i. n..iml>

be tl 1 fonfi i
Oui di li pe in ihh
1 ho an
-
1
l
W C Da la. Tr> EUil '
iFr-m
11.1
. orrwspofidvKi 1
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov. 24.
At n meeting of the Cltj- Council
In Port-of-Spain. Councillor
Quint in "Connor was chastned
by the new Mayor. Councillor
Itaymond Hamel-Smith.
It all came about when Mr.
O'Connor opened a verbal attack
on Councillor Joseph Herreia
who had told him. "You must
have some decency about you."
The Council was at the tine-
cekmg to fill the tWO v;uancirs
on the Port-of-Spaln Corporation
Electrlcfty Boord as a result ol :
the defeat of two Councillors at 1
the last elections
As the Mayor asked O'Connor
for his vote, the latter Jumped
to his feet declaring: "After a'.l
you must give me a chance to
sign"
Mr Hen-era "You must have
some decency about you. I have
never heard something more
ridiculous".
Mr. O'Connor "You know
nothing about the working of
this Council. It is only when your
capitalist friends come here you
show your face But you are
Impertinent "
Mr. Herrera: "You never re-
spected the chair*'.
The Mavor: Mr. O'Connor
please take your seat. I will a-k
you to leave the room If you
ohntiflue ujc, tbis "
H oman Charged
With /.> Uurdtrs


rsjaa against
I HlUl.lhlUI .

... tons lit runnl

.1 ind i3f at-
,..,..,. r camp ii
- I
l'"l ''"II
nee, i
muted, grran hat by United
, ..' for aeta
- Allied 1 itii nals Caw.
Vka I

on th<
., Oanars
on ' actlvlUc
. 1 aldi iri.iiKluiK lal
r Bgrkultura
on ,>f euatorni ai
IS Kill* .1 In Clash
1 \.



28

any carryn., kekais
is fur TltO
I that African hYsci .
kfta, ti;ive dlvldeil Into two main
streams of lava, one advancing
on Mllo and the other on For-
na;*zo at roughly 40 yards an hour
Authorities have made all p'e-
paraUons to evacuate some 2,000
villagers whose homes
threatened with destruction
It Is impossible to say how long
the lava might take to reach th
villages. It* speed and dlrOBtk
are unpredictable. The contour*
of the mountain may divert the
ii;im;i-.
But it seemed likely this morn-
ing that about a dozen outlyiru
houses of Fornauo would be oblv
terated by nightfall Real-r.
Barbariiun Born
Journalist DWh
a..-, oar 0ii 1 .,rr.,~B4m>
PORT-OF SPAIN. Nov 22.
Mr. Joseph Milton Thorn..
journaUst and former i_Yy
Alderman died at his home In
Woodbrouk A native ol Barbados.
Mr. Thorne came to Ti
the end of the nineteenth century
and In 1900 Joined the staff of the
Port-of-Spain Gazette as
reporter, during the caiiy days bl
-.cwspaper jhorlhand an
PLA1VE RETURNS
R.V.* 1 A'- :
which lit ;'y bad lo
return to Barbado
weather (rainv conditions) m St.
Lucia T'- w due to
laava Seawall corij this roorDing-
theu- infeetion" would ilisappcu
after Tito ti.k.d UmbO)
0b baoriog (,f her
M-jn ii oM |od sod .' - A'i.;ei,.. .
Pienero. who lived with bar, I guns, batOM
soaked hiir.-elf in petrol and turn-(attacked pol
ad hiraaell into a funeral pyra
B| rUad in hospital shortly
afterwards. asattT.

killed and 18 injimcl m 'he clash
ibte broka oui when a
kip * and stones
I who had
1 to serva
ummonses on four Africans.
Reatei
., d 1. Wan
: tin 1 andi arid thai the Coo-
1 l do its utmost as long
Itii .ii or internal govern-
mental problems are involved
! he rnnfi
Coranilttea 1 Christian Chase (Dritain), C
Clivnent (France) S Qutnone*
United st.,t.-vi 1..... .1 \ I


iln), 1. O.
W I
.
) Th.- 14 terri-
, British
4 Trinidad an I
Ba bedoi
Islands, BriUSh Hohdinrag ni
British G .1 State-
'
: the I
., Hi true, GuaeeloupA
OuiaitB; the Netherl;mrt-
1 -.
West Indies
MALIK
OBJECTS
1 M.I MJCl BSS '
. U
again obh
". im.it maetlng t'"i p tlv
tha Fo "- ' and
Kon'an (juari OtU on tfl"
Malik sahl at ti.....peftlng ol
t)
. ,
da) The |otntng. ol lha '
1
II) and .'hi- il
ii. lid I* owi 11 prolong hi-

ui iha Items on it
. Rea .1
Maiiiifactiiri'i'^
Kaep Donn W.I.
JAMAICAN SAYS
Hi 2

1 fen nea chargoi
I diuj UM! none ol the million*.
taken In ptoflti from tha Wem
0g*T imluslry hy inanU'
featuring countrias -.i retuntai
16 Improie lha Iiv.iik stan
r the West Indian. Mr
: dd lha Confer
nea "Thene i-ountrir. are. lalMng
ommOdltll to I 101 I B at Iheii
I.I I
(rials at g pi
r.H
Pre-e
Showers Hold Up Worfc
Ori Waterfront
nuQi 1 oi ,.. n
woiking in Hie
1 1.1
Ihik Ii uwt. ii nip
. ,.t Us
ti in Uv Caret na#a had to
, ,,
4 to |.i yan1 '
I i i> the rain,
ahooaari Fanoaa w
Bi iti ,1 Hal 1 M Li
which brought 3,500 bags of -ice
an ovoi tha asaafc and an
! by Ih*
bow an
. luring
break in the rainfall, tlu ahlps
were at work and lighten covered
with tarpaulins, weir
Uwmsalvaa ol then- oargoai
Mis
yielding
troops
hlli
i
m Northweat
nl> under the mot.t
pfaamra Tbo tongl
- espeiutely t.. -tem tidal waves ot
Chinese and Korean Commu'ils
onslaughts which surged tiercel.
round the battemd rlgh
where the C luiuuni-'ls DOUR
through the T kchon gap.
N
hurled themselvea to
rtg In the
orthwest In an attempt to
thflM btek (leneral Ma
Arthur's east flank.
Kii.i.niiiiii once the centre
Of 1' e line tycame the flar.i.
ih.

Corps was dispersed
1 ..k 1 on two days ago.

id
Nehru Going
To Karachi
nkw DKLHI,
all..... Mghi
Indian P irUan ant
.. 1 invih d b) the
I'- it. Minister Uaqual AH Khan
K irachl
.hi avail himself
at the Invitation "aa soon as clr-
.1'
K ii 11 hi. liaquat
Mi Khan ' 1
. , 1 . Hi
ied that Pakistan
w..uid "not rield ona men" 01
..iv t anyone.
Tha Prenuei was mying before
the 11 month eorrea-
1 .....ii-
., Mini U 1 Pandit
oo raochlng .< jomi
The taxi oC 21 lattei v bam
. on tha two Pramlai
.l.miiary wbs made
public lo-day.
Beat.-'-
I II. 1HK AllVfH'ATF
rilr! NKWS
ling 3113 Day or MfM.
ar m Aiivot'ATi
PAVN Kilt NEW!
of the istk Division need
V) ComrnunlM p re d a w n
i. k Othei I afH

in C'e extreme sail of the
, th| i" flvl ion "huh had
Ml fannn OUl Wa and north
of Pa kchon bed 'o withdraw closer
. mm
. Mti-d the
1 islon's line.
To the .. m lu-M' South
k......in- had artthdnram ovat 20
miles in two dayi
inunist.H swept on to the southeast
1 Toaxakoi
(iravr Situalion
The situation today MO hour*
Rei affaeArthui had launrhed
what was to he Ids "Home fo~
' offensive was admitted
to he gravi
in units were lighting
grimly and taking heavv toll of
the Communists hm arara bUH
balng pie .I backi
As the piluatlon contlouad an
1. - 1 ,' Ceneral Mai- Arthur
d his two chief com-
..11 iirgasTl
With the inttrvanUon
......nimunisl
1 ' -!' 'idar, thi-
Uhliad NaUoi

mual ba (ovnd
ella of the Unite-i
II the issues now post-it
na authoiily of its
imllllary eonUTI il
i (Rrnler)
flAfM w/tfc/Ae s6ejg itfrfflkfo*
Reject Proposal
tly BYONI ^ OiUtTaUU
LONDON. Nov 28.
producing nations hav
Inn I doe/a B proptisal thai the
led Stab be -1 f ed to seleei
in wool km wanta befora grorld
orne up lor sale at pub-
auction. th- Board of Trade
1.
.....
hfelbourn
\ ..li.1 laid :t had l:een decided
pre*etnpUon" system
would not ba pi ai th abla
The United Slat wants
10'HHMI.OIMi pounds (Weigliti ol
clean wool up to next June for
>ier defence and tm-kpilliig need*
Raater.
Labourer Condemned to be Hanged
............ ...J KB, Hu. .,|lUd> THE third and last man to 1* none, .ind Mi I- 11
en hearing
,f the C
ifler a-l
1 -
rife in.
heard Uv
when asked if t,- -
say before sin!. |
addressed Iheexieetoil. hut pH ^d
began t ..-.
sama 1
Two l-'idd IlcCence When Ml t> 1 nibni
1 r ,'r,1"ct on of Ihc -.'I'
Dear put tin ;i Hre-fol f'*"o a uroei
11. ''
II ''
ltnesses were such that U Ing his wjf<- I
' Adultery and klllinsr
Prosecutinn had
*he guilt of tl
leering.
Case Proved
of tlu
.ight either

I
Si
hat-
lha
I abuse,
malice mean"
eouk
of the
attack, lha weapon i
i ba i bii' J
life of discord.
Clarke, with whom II vai adu.r
PntaaeutkarT'urged ins *li wai done the "niflng^ he was^'ubmTu (U submitted that tlv Proaaeu througl iha svidanca and en
lealouav ting regards th
labourer of s- a period hut and that lha man- degree 0, which
'and. would entlt
Plantation w'*lb Joe Clarke, that when ha The Cbiel 1 up offence, fi -
the Jury told them that il
.*Dressed ai,\ ocanloo 00 the ncn ( reduction in the
to facts of the case thev would a man who causht his

thai
,.

lie warned ad
to be against letttni 'nHr conrtd- sole Judg<
ireju- draw wha"
om th

. sill
UI If ,' IIH-l^ .Iflil 'l,l|ll I BVl
' ',,C" I
ie.- thought houid be! w*
S.


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Ml DNESDAT, M'VrMBER M. 150
Cahib Calling
PINK SALMON
A VI All
KINH
M.
Married On Saturda
MISR Rnr.NDHIi.DA
daughter of Mr a
' n Kii.g of si
Garrison wai married on 9at\irttity
. lu-rnoon u, Mr Robert WaUon.
MM cf Mrs iris Watson of
', Worthing and the lat*
Mr. John Watson.
which took pSWM
hOftb ** 4 o'clock al St
I'.ilrick'a Church whj perforate, i
l>y fr. A Parkinson, the church
i"'H.f decorated in author! im
hlies for the occaMon. Mrs
: i i-sided at the organ.
The Bride who was given ti.
M Mf fathrr WOM ii
dress of embroideri'd unglj.*
with a sweetheart neck Her ti.i
was attached with a bustle effc- I
.it !hr back She wore fear
mother's veil, of BruMeta tie*,
which Wiis kept in place by -\
tiara, of r ranssj blossoms, and her
l>ouquet wn a shower of pink
ro*es and corallta.
There were three Bridesmaids.
Mils Rosemary Watson who WON
orchid taffeta. Miss Brendu Roett
who wore green and Miss P'.
Raison who wore gold. Their
dresses were all of the sanv
style Victoria period. Their
headdresses were wreaths of
flowers and they carried fans to
match their dresses.
Bestman was Mr. Allan Trotter
imd the ushers were Mr Glyric
More. Mr Austin Gibbs, Mr.
HatOM Hurant nnd Mr. Terrene-
Gill
After th* ceremony n reception
w;is hchi ,t St Ann's Court
Area Engineer
MR. BOB" GREENE. Inter-
natu.i
Engineer fur the. Caribbean who
has been in Grenada for the past
nonih. arrived here yesterday bv
II.W I.A Up expects to be here
for four or live days.
ran
rartM*
BsfaBSN
Bel a < Jinj,,
1 p," *** nW
|">-J naill' ana
'in tuft. r ..,.,..
B.B.C. Kudio
Programme

the Plan*
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I ehiidhno* Da>.
i Worahiit. S 30 p m
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Br.tiih mountaineer Harold Til-
man has just returned from tie
Himalayas with 1.000 rare plan--
and 17.1 specimens of rare birds
for Ihe British museum. (A.P).
Rupert's Autumn Primrose21
Our CHEF has a certain
flair with food that makes
every item on the Menu
raiiilv special. Enjoy our
palatethrilling dishes
mm
LOVl.LY Frei.cl. Aim itir Oaby Andre, photographed during her
imef B] hum .-it to London where oka dlacuftsod detail* of a new
>!oer illrn she plan- to snake In Britain nit apnna
Express.
MH i'HAHLES McENI
... apendinf a a.*,r'.
holteaay in Barbado* as
Mr. and Mrs Charles McKen/ic
uf "Daiiley" M
io Trinidad on Monday mor.ung
by BW.I A
Dominirnn Planter
M':
Leaves To-day
MR. DENIS WORME.
aenUtlve of M
Sydney Kinch Ltd ts due to leave
today (or St. Lucia and will als
visit Grenada before returning t
Bail adoa
Hi xjiects to be back by Its!
.-ml of the week, when ha M
'i to play Enc Taylor
Back To Work
AFTER three and a half I ._
months' holiday in Barba- /T^^
doa, Mr Henry Hadwlg will
letum t4 Si Lucia today i
by BWiA.
Merw> who is a St. I.ucian Is \
learning architecture with Cub-
l-itu Constmctlon Co, who art I
icbuilding the burnt out area of !
Castries.
Eye trouble forced him to come \
over for a rest. He now hopes to |
continue Ins -nuiipv He was
staying with friends in Bay 1
BtTM)
Takmg (are thjt kKk dot* r
sm him. RusWn >uni oil in saw
fun. H aiami to know the wiy
quite well," he
low track of him." Ai first it it
easy < "' lht l>nil <** ,n "*h''
ihouRh when he rethe ihe ireai
Rupert hi to put on eseed to set
'"t satadilv
lock troll
..._ Mithcs. The Unle
i burrow hn wjy through
on the other ..d-, (o hi*
M, he m fH ih
udd ttone wall. There n no iign
of the dog. but he notkei i
o( the towait ttonei hn itaritd to
crumble. leavi a tnull gap near
ft.: around.

Club tennis totin-a-
Water !
W"AT W"h -e *:<,n,"n"ms Sundiy afternoon b
i
. of Dominica left i -
Donitnlca
Mr. Charles has just returned
from short vuril Io
and arrived here on Saturdas
from Ensland vm Iceland and
Canada by air.
waist nd has been
Mr. Charles also Managing past four or five days The water
Director and Prestdenl of ihe Co- * times is over six Inches deep.
Operative Bank in Dominica and Water Is playing havoc with car
a one tfa f tbg Dom- brakes and to make matters
inlca Legislature. WOrSS lbs NbtusigSlJ portloa ol
. the road has now develoiS-d a
During Ins shorl Mai Lo liar- hole whkh car wheels almost in-
b.-ido* he ... .. i,.-i of Mi and 'agiaMai f.iii Into Wouldn'l
Mrs. Carjot Clarkfl of Palm *niall pump drain off the water
llcach" H. ,!,... Mi Phipag ,n J couple of hours?
son who nt one time was station- m
ed at ihe Qeneral Ht^pitai here n-aafafed
now MO.II in Arima. VfISti MAHV BOURNE return-
Trinidnd. is nmrrlcd lo Mr. nnd IVl vd over the week-end from
M" Cl wTrdfred hirtofil 5 3j-CXt*!
_ ... ''as been on ihree weeks' holiday
KuliI ii Vigil While hi Trinidad. I understand
her engagement lo Mr. Rupert
On Short Visit
TELFER. Manage
R.K.O. Picturei. aiv
President of the West Indies Filn
I Trade arrived here
Sunday aflemoon bv BWIA
heavy rains, the dip in Ihe 00 a short visit. He is a guest at
road at lbs "JT Bend near Top the Hayings Hotel Mr Tefar ha,
i completely flooded with just completed a tour of British
tor ".e Hnd Dutch Guiana
MRK
AND MRS T -
yestprc.i fj \v I \
ktr. K ,,.,| routine
visit to his Branch Office .n
Port-of Spain, The} w.n i^- -
turning in u few days.

announced.
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Request Performance
Mrs A. L STUART presents her School of Dancing
REVUUDEVILLE
1950
Munc by th* Police Band directed b
C. I aison A H CM MBl
"But Ihe clowning of Jo* Tudor. Jr .
melhlng of furh not onlv Ihe Re
whole of Barbados ran be proud.
There ha* certainly net been anylhlns te rival It on Ihe
Empire *sse In Ihe past two >eam "
GEO HUNTE.
in the Barbados Advocate
Come and tee if lot youiiflf
1st December 1950
AT THE EMPIRE THEATRE
"1
THE GREEN |:
DRAGON
FOR BETTER MEALS j
J and ;I
^ BETTER SERVICE |
For Reservation Dial "> I
PLAZA Thvitirv-BRIDGETOWN
:..i m.i rmi
I'll/A Theatre OiSTiN
to n\ a rOMONMOW a *t a a>. ,w.r.*r. assMSl
"THE BIG PUN* H"
I It Mil K SIH AKRON'
&
" **
, M.iil.
M....."- I I l I "
BtlKIII It (.MAN
I ROKSED TRAILS"
"TIMBER STAMPEDE"
A "TRAIL TO MEXICO"
(aAll-TV (The Garden) ST. JAMES
Smi Ahn In
i | Map
"WOLF IIINTERS"
ma rostosaow P m
MAN IN HALF-MOON STREET
and
"SORROWFI'l. JONES"
&
IN OLD NEW MEXICO"
DECBMBBB I III l.l Oltl IIKCK.MIIF.K 4TII
oi it fan a\.\ivi-;hs.\iiv
Our Isl M.IIIAI.
I i.ASII <.OIIIIO\
(I.arrv Buster CRABBK)
Aftrr Ihree Weeks
AFTER three WSISJ1 holidav in
Barbados. Mr Cecil Milne
returned to Trinidad on Monday
morning by B.W.I A.
staying nt Accra. Rockley
i full of facia. |
A maw
l. bus or oard i laoag.) ||
ne ansaJi neifer to a aasgt, (Si
_. enurcn doorkeeper la to Raj.
n. TbV .'..
12. A tiros co
1_ Bang abont. ()
la. Aa a due l&U : inaccurata. (SI
ii wnere aome oracuae encaft- (41
aw oat mad* tn* areei Sas l <)
It arrlTad at Um artast far a
3*. ojaita abarp saaRJ tao. ii
BY THE WAY BK BeachcofnJ.r
A MUSIC critic. ,Hung of the wd played fourteen mournful U sB^-a^toWsJ
Z._" rWownangs of a piano notaa on a weird instrument. Ths i- t22m.V?"" "
nournfi
eoneerto. asks: "Was the corn- audience howled "with laughter,
poser pulling our legs or were we until Informed by the soloist that
p? "!LnU '" acc*T'''>g >e work Brahms had composed this ptece
a'^'1 ' t. *' the age of three Everybody.
Who i. laiighuiH at whom ? looking shame-faced, began to
That is the importnn; question in applaud.
advanced musical circles todov. _
rnd we shall soon have knowln | '" Ptitotng
'ln"" ":!:;:r, %a?s! r "t,"""1 -"""-' "m-,hi" i -
i Measure, a,
. A aajoaauc aqj
6. TOU CStQ ~"
T. Oo aboa.
a A crima
Of the moment.
. A p ailed
I Pound tn
It. Scrutiniaa
osndlnavla. ii
people
bafore Ih k i
use with whii
" about ran who hies to sell ik&y "WiV?T i1 \r~*
'.. help the ..|d and ?** iratlor;'*: i.
lo'a1"' '" ,D '* *,U
who h-id n:en-ly been tuninu up
There was also tl-
a man csme on to the platform. .
We arc plraaed lo announee (he arrival from I nv.la.ng
of
Mr. f.OUFHEY P. WATTS
Enelisli Hotgk(lcal and Walch Experl who
Will I* ,n .hats.- ol our Walch Repairing
imcnt
AI.IO.VHO Ik. Hi: |.|.>|A A ,,
Dm ol llroad A M.Orrior SIrreU
EVANS and
WHITFIELDS
YOVR SHOE STORES
Take another look
UNDERWEAR
Briefs flea-rose; Wo. Wx. 79c, 95c.
Slips (Peach, Ivory; 34.38,40 4.88 .ach
IVti/iimjii \ (Mtt/
36" Printed Lineno ...... $1.21 yd.
THE SUREST GIFT!
Ladies Boxed Hankies
Lace Edqd6 par Box $3.04
AisoMed 4 pr Box $1.5$, $1.$$. $1.7$
SI 85 $1.95
ULVKS STAR CONGOLEUM
A wide rannc of Patlerns and Sizes
AI.I'MINIUM CURTAIN RODS a FITTINGS
MCTITBS CORD & RINGS
MANSION POLISH
CARDINAL POLISH
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JAXA POLISH
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WEDNESDAY. N'OYI.MRKR 29. ISM
KXRBAIHIS \h\CK VII
i'mi iiikii:.
Motion Of 1,000
Loan For Organ
Repairs Turned Down
By St. insrpii Vtthy
THE ST. JOSEPH ftSTRV w,;i ,, Mcoogl] rated
letter to the Telephone Co. taking if they canr i en to U
thai telephuitu cunjKvlii.il*. m bl. Jukeph bv k'|t in w.m Uag
order. The Vestry came to that ihe Ijiiiiii on Monday when
they considered a letter from Mr. S. A. Durai.t of the
parish's dispensary, taffing them that urgently needed
medicines had been wanted by sick people who could not
contact them over the telephon*.
Mr. Durum mm. -------1---------.
"GIoimtsIit" Brings
Food From
Australia
DiedSuddenh HARBOUR LOG
leiepiKKic had brim gal
order on many occasions during
the past few month* DHcum.uk
the question. Mr. Williams *aid
lhat the telephone r.
very high and they should expect
*atisfactor> Mrvic* If
not getting proper Mn
.should not have lt> po\
Mr. Ha>..cs Hid IfeaM
hie was all due to the company
having a monopoly.
It was on Mr. Cox's motion
that the Vestry decided to write
a strongly worded leil,
company,
The Vestry agreed to the prin-
ciple of cnanging. from ujm to
time, the membership of the Old
Age Pension Claims Committee
This decision w re.n I
the Vestry considered a letter
from the Governor-in-1
Committee recommending It as
advisable to make occasional
changes in order that a greater
number of parishioners might be-
come acquainted with the work-
ing of the Old Age Pension sys-
tem
Schemes for alternative degrees
of repairs to the parish organ
which would cost in Ibi
of 1.000 or 3,000 W*M turned
dov.ii bg tin* Vestry yesterday and
n decision was rcbd that major
repair* to the org^u should be
postponed for a year.
The Vast i > neu uven corre-
rpondlng with dealers in Electro
Pneumatic ornans to find out th'j
coat of extensive repairs and pos-
sible removal of the organ from
one part of the church to another,
but on the motion of Mi Smith,
seconded by Mr. Haym
ctaion for postponement ,.f flu
K'l la-SCT* I.
Mr. Smith said that If the
Maude Report eamc Into effect
oon, the Govannant might take
over the responsibility of thu
Church, and a hilie delay m ,.n -
rying out the repairs might cause
Government to see after the
lepairs.
A motion was put to the Vestry
by Mr. Cos. a-kuii: that a loan
of 1,000 be raised to cover re-
pairs. Mr. Haynes. howc
that when one considered the
essential needs of the parishan
almshoi.se. for instancehe did
not think they could be in their
right sensas even to COnSfctac the
three tons ot *
age from Australia were landed
at Barbooos on Monday by the s.
OlMsrestrr,
ur
1 Mil!: I -IMA \\ \lt ill I.
'I SuUle treat. us*l *uMau,y at
her home during the early hours
ei yesterday mornuig TY.
srhara a post mortem
examination was peMormed I"
Dr. A W. Scott Dsatii *,.
attributed to natural causes.
TO YtSTr.KIM.
9.839 driving licences pass)
Issuad The majority 11 nppU-
cants now seeking ncaa
either foreigners on holiday B.
people who were recently taught
to drive
So far 2M conductors hove
at the Trafl
mant of the fenlral BtSSaMa,

about two per week
AirtlONS.A KNK.IIT ., i-eue-
trian of Martinique Village.
My Lord's Hill, was 11
an oil drum at My I-ord'n 11 ill *>n
Monday night. He was taken to
the General Hospital
was treated and discharged
Cpl Watson, of t
Station, who reported the
In Carlisle Bay
Sc* LMlkk. M An."a II \l \
I'i Sii U \
VacM A.***, ft, I, \|.l) N Joaar-.
Suriaela. Si* r.
'far. Sth

M ^ C 1. M TiMfc *.I
Stark M
AKKI\
SfaMnrr CBttrprUe S 43 ton*
C-p( SI.,,.. ..n from aKJ^o.
s-l.-t .. ,._:,!, ; W *S l.i i. *%
>.*t
fita, ma i.ih ixi
Capl Walauti I,., TrtntaUM
i li va..iu.tn.i.
H kmi itti. C-pt Siml.
Id Touch with Barbados
Coaital Sution
CAD1X ,nd Wiratraa rWa I
LIS ggtoM bo* com-
11.. !-"' if alias*

Mun\ \\ t>s| Indian-
Hay CetWork 1951
In Panama
}\

.'fuar. U
iRT-i il
.
I ..
*ho was inlr.ni' 11
\iipen. Tunidad. s: ing ;*..i mn> fii bad
. uwiied Paaarna on
s* Level
anal pn
to last tot
;. 000 Mrsoni may In
he added \.
:alks have already sUrti
contractor* from UM L'.SA havs
arty from
Jamaio as poaalbta Tb
H is und< I
mlse on ti
and Jsir.i
the We-: .jnds to
Painnua.
lUroiu s^.

Marahail. I-
ggaum
li-ur
ney. tfl5 canes of apples. 420 case
and Six crates of cheese. 835 cases
if hams, 210 cartons ol prunes,
6 cases of rabbits, 30 cases of
ducks, 1ZU cases of chickens, 43
is of butter and 56 bags of
outler at rtrad.
Id storage cargo arriv-
ing by this ship was frozen duck-
lings, frozen drakelings. carcasses
of Limb. beef. veal, frozen mutton,
frozen liquid egg, canned soup,
canned fruit, sweet corn, brisket
plates, ribs, poultry, salted beef,
milk products and. from Brisbane.
navel beef.
The Gloucester also ttbOM
here 5,729 bags of oats which it
i Melbourne and Sydney.
n Ic this call to Barbados
tin lb ban Australia, it is ael-
dom lhat such calls are made to
the island. Ships arriving here
y cold storage from Australia
are generally trans-shipping the
cargo from Trinidad where it had
bean landed by ships of use Mon-
treal Australia New Zealand Line
Limited.
The Gtewesler is one of the
ships operating under this line.
llei local agents are Messrs. Da
Costa & Co.. Ltd.
I il at form of moio
M-HWt. owned by r> rW
& Co of Roebuck Street while
the lorry was travelling ifT the
direction of the City
fNII> BROHNE U at present
- detained at DM
Hofspital where she is being
treated for injuries She w.-
Involved in an accident at Max-
well Road over the week-end.
Also involved was motor OBf
X-'*ni!. wned and drivi
Hallam Cole of Maxwell Coast
The radiator grill of the oar was
gad
(iVPSV TENT is expected
to highlight the Shamrock's
Bazaar which will be held at St
Patrick's. Jemmolts Lane, from
8 to 9 o'clock tomorrow evening
The Bazaar is being held in aid
funds for the Union.
A large variety of toys will be'
offered for sale. There will also
tto fiuit and vegetable stalls.
KHH.ETOWN was wet and
"Nelson," 'Bouuin1'
Due Tomorrow
Ths Ladg Nairn is due to
arrive here to-morrow at day-
uieak. Weather conditions per-
mitting, she will leave UM
...miu evening for Bermuda
Bo tin. St Johns N.B., and
the liritisli Northern islands.
The Dutch passenger ship s.s.
Uonaire is also expected to
Barbados to-morrow
Messrs. S. H. Musson, Son & Co.,
Ltd., told the Aduocate yester-
day.
The Bonaire was duo here
Sea we 11
AnmvAL.s ii) n w i \
Fr*m urvaaalai
MM * *
Ihotty Wrt-wrr A.m rOBBMa, Anbi'y
Teaaia, ASn* TOppla.
f>Mn AMifua
Ttwnuu TM"iiii, Cant tree* 1^iI4m
Flam St Lufla

Uuim Caoiig-Vn. Csitikitr 0t u-Yrt
. > Rcaatrio ktoarig^.
Ed I L> Rod ,
BMB IK.i n H.inari la I
tuiw Jar Hav >
Wra B.vin riir Kodrlfun
nr.PARri'prs. iij n w i a
rr Tunidaal
i,l. ti*mi
MalMMi.
Allan Cunil -h*i.. Ertili.
RoansiMt. i-ia.iT v>k*r
l ...!>-
Waclo.. lira 1 narHi Palacli- all Am
1*1 Alaiosn. hTa Camurn a

am:
mats.
Il ill I'uy $182.50
For Straling $110
. I l.U>r-


' -
Joseph 11
Hall to a room at *
i

< pleaded
lUcaded not
'hat the rase
fa iii.til wham h*

loi Joseph das-
rrit>ed Ihi "a strong
. ..
am", said
ataa I'ti I

of 2S. ea tatlon and
v !,. tags DM
llim ihr unl be
that she
tha "u^hi

tM versii-
task tor the
I'ffleer."
Tin- Royal Bank
(If Canada
iiiiiu.i row \
RIIADOS. B.W.I
B
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aising of a loan when they could yesterday but it was delayed on
makeshift with minor repairs.
Mr. Gitlens. organ repairer, told
the Vastly that the :
the organ was deteriorating
idly and a major breakdown d
occur at any moment.
The Education Department will
be asked by the Vestry if tlv .
can expedite the sendiug of Ves-
try scholars' school reports to the
Vestry. They had asked Queen's
College and other schools to send
in the reports at the same time
that they were sending reports to
parents, but Queen's College
piled saying that the
to the Department ,>f VMin.iti >,
first
No New s. In.I.li-
st Michael's Girls' reported to
the Vestry that owing to the late-
ness In making arrant:. D I
a parish's Vestry scholar to tr
school, they can accept no scholar
for next year.
The Parochial Medical Olfl
vcq ago.
Three passengers are coming to
Barbados by this ship. Only one
passenger was booked with the
.gents to sail by he* tomorrow
evening for Trinidad.
of St. Joseph. Dr. W. H. E John-
. has been granted one month'*
leave as from December 20. lit
T ; pn p M I I Of S* Andrew.
will carry on his work in the
Mrs. Euan Bncs v. .is umtsted
i'i tan Widow's Annuity
i t ttW Vestry.
Mr HayneS asked that the
Road t'omnusMoners of the par-
ish hurry up with the Job of re-
pairing the roads now that Gov-
sramsaTt had passed money for the
Tin* Chairman. Rev. Mallalieu.
HportOd that water was entering
arifch church because of
ntlnuova heavy rain.
experienced
lutwecn 7 and 10 a.m. and
11.15 a.m. and 1.30 p m. Through-
out the whole day the sun never
reached its brightest and the
temperature averaged 79 degrees
Fahrenheit in the shade.
The majority of businessmen
mid clerks turned out to work
yesterday morning prepared for
bad weather. During tin- eve-
ning many could be seen win.
their umbrellas and macks when
on their way home
The day was again humid and
although the temperature was very
lew a few people could still be
heard complaining of heat.
'-TH1E JAWBONE has become
* popular since the showing
<>f the film Samson and Delilah,
hlch many HnrlMWliana saw
Samson whip the Philistines with
the jawbone of an ass.
One of the first persons
,ake use of the jawbone is W.
Lord, the well known race ticket
endor. On Sunday evening he
/as seen riding his bicycle along
Roebuck Street with the jawbone
of some animal attached to th<'
fender of the avail
3.500 BAGS OF RICE
COMB
SO MM 3,500 bags of rlcj arm-
ed from British Gulfana on MOsVMQ
by the schooners Frances U
i'milh and Mary M. Leu-is.
Five schooners. Including the
Franees W. Smith and n/ **
Leuns brought cargo to the island
over the week end
The cargo was chiefly firewood.
charcoal, domestic gasolene and
aviation gasolene.
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!..nnl> kcplcr' conlaini vitanUru A sad D sad |
. DSwoaWlCfi i- DM nourishment. Ititevet. malty osw
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HA..I IOIK
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDM>l>\i. NOVtMBtK 29, 1950
BARBADOS^ Amr0CrfTE
t.-.-^T-
***** KM -. m* Co.. IN n*i>B au iiJdu.i
WcrilH's.l .(> N'm.-mhvr -IH 1956
IMa.ri.1j4 Fields
FOR some ttBM now UM
lea uf csiabliih-
itmbaa oi ptoylnf lie ids Uu
the Island in order thai tha arorklngclasses
should hava adaquat oJ en-
taalth) antdooi apart, 11
for the estahtishmanl <;
ad no problam to Iha i
manl ai .1 $.MW.00O was allocated
bour Welfare Fund Cot this
purpose.
For three yens now Iha public hava baai
noaing lorward iu the establishment of
fields and to this date only
ona Is hinctiODing. The Princess Alice
baan tha subject of much
public ootnrnant and tnvcatiantkin but
1111 ]u.Mitial>W> raaaon fur delaying
ut nf others because of any
: H a
1 mtly unfortunata thnt iny
suih condition should have rlasn
At the Una srnan tha aatabUahmanl ol
Mdi snu pabUoty d
than arare wveral plots ol land vallabto
f"i iha purpoaa With tin- panting oi thns
aVV baan used for other purposes
U OWnaia oi land in this island an- in the
happy poaitloa of having prospective pur
BU tin.1 It now happens that
the land al the B..y Kstate has baan utilised
Cor tenantry purposes and one portion
which had been offered to the Playing
tlae at Grazcttcs has now
(x'cn divided iii tenantry purposes i>\ tin
Barbados Coh peratlvs Bank.
Attend n drawn to
I
able and that || at Friendship which wa*
the time
An
It waa pointed out in this newspaper .a
the time of the criticisms ol the Princess
Field thai tha delay In put-
ting tha Bntthing touches not only led to
the deterioration of the Field but at the
same time denied the means of enjoyment
to those whom it was intended to benefit.
By the same token the delay of the pur-
chase of other plots of land because ol
faction over the Princess Alice
Field denies the children of St. Michael
from having proper facilities for names.
The Barbados Cricket League ha- ft] 1
petitioned the Government asking that the
lands at Friendship be purchased in order
to provide a playing Held for teams from
the borders of St. Michael and St. George.
There are therefore strong reasons for the
Government to make the purchase so that
the field can be put into proper order. And
there is not even the excuse that funds are
not available. These have been allocated
ltkgi DURING a Press Conference this week
the Labour Commissioner pointed out that
it was necessary for those who registri at
the Bureau of Employment and Emigration
to renew then re^isiiatiuii every month.
Tins is informal ion which is not readily
known among the workers who register at
the Bureau. It is popularly believed that
once registered always registered, but as
Mr. Burrowes explained as soon as the re-
newal ceases, it is presumed in the depart-
ment that the worker has obtained em-
ployment.
It is clear now that the complaints made
against the Bureau and its effect tveaam
in the labour market is due to the fact that
people have laboured under the misappre-
thaf U long ai they had registered
once they were entitled to be called for
available employment.
The Labour Commissioner also hinted
that it was LUi KMU to give in-
correct information at the Bureau and that
the; vara liable to be prosecuted for doing
so.
All those Who seek selection in the pro-
posed emigration scheme within the next
few months must renew their registrations.
"Flying Saucers MLjth | SOVIET JETS: Did We
Throw Away Our Lead
for Roubles?
Or Mystery?"
LAST June 1ft the Air Force*
Air Material Command. the arm
of the Rovernmant which has the
tedious tank of running down
log saucer dam
no power to arrsst practical Jok-
ers who loinbard it with false
alarms, received u letter from one
Martin W. Peter-sen, M
Minn.
Poatmaikci hi r .. inn .'i a*
letter told Of a man D II
ter sirek. bum of Warren ho had
must be
:
For proof, Peterson enclosed
is friend
holding a /arre ob-
ject with a saucer-like body from
two of whose thin sides protruded
what looked tike the dp ol a
spear and the lint and exhaust
pipe of a midget-si zed V-2
Into action went the investi-
D s of the Air Force at
the customary expense of the
tax-payer. It took sonn
the agents to learn that Peterson
was a native of Warren. Minn.,
ami that he had mailed hi krttSf
from Cincinnati while a
Ml that city.
When Sirek was located in War-
ren, working at a fas Station h-
(old Hie investIftllim. thai he had
Bound U .ii two
year* before imbedded in the
In i plsci named
Nlah'i. Tavern, la wa
le hadn't taken it seriously,
'k sain Ha laid hi
had been made by a local Un-
smith named An J.,.
Jensen reinemttercd that he had
thing of the sort together
I the rsqtiastf c.l ;, Warren hard-
vrars man named Ted Hcycn and
,i radio repair man from the same
i Robert actuwamr, An
torch had l>cen played
OVSjg Iha tail surfaces to mve it
of having been
iiy escaping gsses.
Altai bavlnj Ii nwnttanad
>
Urak found
L Poterson, visiting Sirek. took
p ClOti Of mm IhiKIiiik it,
and two years later sent them
slong wnli bin letler to the Air
. Command
It took the investigative chain
reaction rram June is u> Baaaban-
run its enuna. msbIi
ted from Wright
lyton, O.. Air Material
ooatt, to
fed beusad and paid.
lb* case had ended, all
: lor their paifl
1
which turned out lo le made of
UM Ud <>f an automatic washing
liu spcur-heud and tail
lid an 'inline1' made
i.'.- radio
and an old insecticide "bomb"
spent
By BOB COHSIDINC
kiagsters have gone to
i assemble
mounds of scrap steel and iron.
burning it into an almost unre-
cognizable tangle, and reporting
to the Air Force thai a flying
s-ucer has crashed ami burned on
fKSrtb/,
. SUCtl malicious
i mining the "wreck-
0081 id.- A
Ugatton and
the FHI rui,.ili.r.il.l, sums, and
Md time of good talent
i ding to Col. Harold E
Watson, the Air Force'* saucer
spokesman nothing can be done
about It.
The Air Force vigorously and
vehemently k
of dying saucers, either
of earthly or interplanetary ori-
gin But since it is charged with
the defence of the skies It often
hwli duty bound to look into
cases which, on their face value.
' m impiolj-
bla bi : ol -weird
omics"
it aW not) bawatar, look too
deeply into two recent tips sol-
raaanted to Air Malarial
< I'lllllMtlU
Ona oi atag Jotntl}
by man and wife, twora that
they were taking a walk in a
woods together not long ago. and
saw a "Hying saucer moving about
in UM Uunkj tall pines." An inves-
tigator asked theni to estimate
how far away it was from them,
"in the thick pines." They said
'about two or three mile*.' The
investigator clapped bis hut on
- home.
In the other cose, an Ohio Far-
mat .xotedly called in a vivid
description ol what he called tw<>
huge Hying saucers which raced
out of the slratospheii
over two small islands in a laka
near his home, lowered eight ang-
UUU Its*! legs from each saucer.
COOped Up samples of earth, and
sped away. "After tucking in the
he added.
A britf inquiry, in the man's
village, showed that he had been
released two weeks before from
an asylum for the insane.
loubt in the Air
Force's mind that many honest
persons have dutiful!., aportad
what they solemnly believed to be
flying saucers.
They have been misled by any
ona of .< hundred causes that have
nothing to do with the supernatur-
al.
m pla-id luck:
on them, as eyes will. They have
been subtly influenced by the in-
ternational tension and by stories
of new wondrous aircraft in the
process of development. They
have been misled by I
of our atmosphere which on hot
instance, ran make thi
motorist believe he is approach-
mg a shallow Jake in the road
hand
a can fling a bolt of neon-
or fluorescent typ.- light across
the night skies at fantastic
II seem to hova;-
as if contained in a tube. "
A vast majority of human
beings as the
aurora, but a new and stubborn
belief in many persons that flying
saucers indeed exist orompt.
them to regard ttufeM flitting llirnl.
as some craft that ha* loth sub-
At such peaks of flying saucei
U we and other nalion
especially England, are lurrontl.-
reaching, a certain covetousnes
enters the picture and further dis
torts it.
The neighbour of a man who
has had his name in the newspa-
pers as one who saw a r!ym>-
aucsjf will envy bin) his nolonc1.'
and wish to secure for himself tin
same attention Ooct this wish is
put Into action, it does not tak>
him long to see a flying saucer.
As a mailer u fact, the envious
neighbour (or Nnvone else) can
< bg looatng a bit too long at a
bright sun and then looking to
part of the sky. Hed cor-
puscles flitting past tho retina of
the eyes supply tb/ mirage. A
slight touch of dyspepsia also
helps the eager watcher foi
The first pilots of the F-51
perhaps sow more saucers than
any other grow
Not only that bu- they saw whoi.
farms or sSsBUoa I ernes fldal-
mg through the air above them
"So am did something about tin-
plastic canopy tb.it i m-lotad the
pilots," Col. Watson told me will;
Changed the angle of il
bit, and it stopped picking U|
reflections."
Then the heavily decorated air-
man repeated:
"Try to get this over to th
people- any llym |
I I'rn-< n't any liltl.
men' There wit n't any 'mag-
who ex.iinln*''
fallen ByuM isucera in Arisnna
and New Mexico or any plate
else.
"Neither the Air Force nor the
Navy has built anything resemb-
ling the things described by peo-
\,'.o who
saucers. And no power on this
any other is sending this
kind of craft against us. or any
other kind of craft.
"There just ain't no such ani-
mal." (l.N'.S)
THEY IMr IT \l.AI> %M- AGAIN
THEy.COWfc. fiV*r>-\ JMIL6.S
around scvsjiau Times a
DAY
-------FOR wA7l^ (!
St. >lii I. . I Plajin^ lUUls
The Vestry of St. Michael U
asking Government to take over
the ii's]H>nsihitit.t for the acquisi-
tion and conversion "f nlaylai
llelds in the parish, though they
would be uillii.it lo undertake
-vision
from the
I letdl t oinn.iit.
Iiltii in Which they mentioned
ad si ua
of "absolute frustration" with
respect to the attitude of Govern-
ment concerning iha playing-
llelds
The Vestry a' their met-ling
. | with tha state-
, -. ostl dnad i Us* letter and
decided to write Government
uecordingly
The lett.i was dated November
17 and reads:
Al a meeting of the Playing-
fields Committee held on 16th
inst.. consideration was given to a
letter from the Government who
asked the Vestry whether they
start now m a position to put
forward its detail scheme for the
IMaylng-fleld at Friendship for
Further examination by the OOV-
ernor-in-Exerutive Committee
YOW Committee wish to point
oul that the Covirnment was sup-
plied with the estimated cost for
all proposed pkiviug-ncld> on 18th
June. 1949
Due to the delay by Government
In providing the necessary funds
f..r the i .t.ibli.hment of more
playiiiK-l'ields within this parish,
Y the Vestry concur in the following
notion which was unanimously
passed at the meeting referred to
"That a letter be written to the
Vestry infoimiiig them tha*.
their Playing-fields Committee
experience a sense of absolute
frustration with respect to th<
altitude of Government i
ing the programme of the Play -
inc-tieids Conanuttaa ralattva s
the acquisition and coi
B for the estab-
lishment of playing-i <
That as u result, the Com-
mittee beg to recommend that
they inform Government that
the Vestry will be willing to
supervise such pi lying-fields as
may be established in Saint
Michael, but would recommend
that Government take over tho
responsibility for their acquisi-
tion and conversion."
Further thai Government be
written to embodying the terms of
this motion
Il\ Wing-t oinmaiider I'AlIL KICIIKY. D.F.C.
.......
sin i the world leud in jet engines
lUl II ;*nd gftax the war b\
imodoca lrnk Vhtttlt.
That is what Britain's top flying men were
. !:t wluii they studied the
latest reports of Russia's new jet tighter
i > la action against us in Korea.
The sale which now causes so much heart-
burning was made in 1947. Britain, aiming
b export target, sold Stalin 55 Rolls-
Roycajat engines25 Nenes and 30 DerwenLs
T'.< ga nn:i. a direct development ol
Whittles work, were exported against the
advloa "f the Air Ministry, and to the alarm
lira Of the Americans.
Opposition was crushed by top-of-the-Cab-
lift intervention, and the sale went on. Out
Want Britaln'g secret engines; ir came the
roubles.
But Air Ministry Intelligence chiefs <
linued to agitate. Suddenly the export.
.Mi-- atoppad without explanation, und fio
; ew contracts have since been made.
THK BNC0NB--A NENE COPY?
11 BDglDa used in the latest Russian
tha MIG-15is believed to be a copy
>f tiie N'ene.
This plane has wept-back wings and tail.
and appears to be capable ol 700 miles an
ii muh lo outstrip any other
In world service.
Only comparable machine is tin An etiCI
K-H6 Sabre, also with swepr-back winys
Which doag 670 miles an hour.
Britaln'g siraigin-wnu afataa and Vam-
pire and America's F-80 Shooting Star and
F-84 Thunder-jet !ly at about 600 miles an
hour.
Russia's lead is a menace. The swept-
wing fighter is recognised as the fastest de-
sign yet invented. Yet Britain, although she
has two swept-wing designs flying, has not
iroarad them, and probably will not do so.
Reason is the British Government's long-
ranga gambla with time. It made the first
throw in 1945 when it considered that there
could be no war before 1960. Britain therefore
decided on a stop-gap air force of medium-
performance aircraft, mainly for training.
Most of the available money went into re-
search and development with the aim of
building the world's best-equipped air force
by 1960.
The date has since been brought closei
STARTLED US'
Meanwhile Russia concealed her hand.
Her acquisition of British jet engines pre-
ceded a aerial of moves that have since
startled air forces of the West. Russia's full
resources ore still unknown. Her airfields are
isolated and closely guarded. Her anti-spy
network is ruthless.
THE BIGGEST
What we do know is that she has in pro-
duction:
(1)A four-jet bomber; (2) Two types of
twin-jet bombers; (3) At least three types
of Jet fighters.
And, of course, she has the world's biggest
air forcetotalling 19,000 planes.
There is one heartening note. Britain and
America are putting into production the
moat powerful jet engine yet designed, the
Armstrong-Siddeley Sapphire. Pn the right
planewhich we have yet to produce-il
would comfortably outstrip the MIG-15.
But air forces are judged by power in the
air, not on the bench.
TECHNICAL NOTE: There is evidence (hat
the nrmaim-nt of MIG-15 includes at least
one :tl) mm. cannon. The British and Ameri-
can air forces clinij to their smaller 5-ineh
and 211 mm. wurtime weapons.
L.E.S.
Our Itt-anVrw *a:
Town And Country Planning
The Editor, The Advocate,
BUR, A tow months ago you
kindly published a letter burn ma
deploring the lack of a Town and
Country Planning Act. Nothing of
course has yet been done but sB
Iha meantime, may I again draw
to the attention of responsible
citizens through tha medium of
your newspaper that with each
:-.iful Island
increasingly spoilt, and
it will von become very dlfneult
lu put things right.
No one lan doubt tl i
of proper zoning of industrial and
residential areas in Bridgetown.
yet iri Bay Street, opposite tha
turning I> the Aquatic Club, work-
men are
ing there is a DOUce "huh H)
"Watch II
more than apt. for as we stand
and watch, we tm one
more instance
having no Town and Country
Planning Act. Surely it Is con-
trary to the interest of all con-
cerned to have a bottun
with tha conskfc rabla is
factory lU-elf. with iUIimi. Iii
rles, and the congestim they
cam a, < rartad In the mlddia f .
i
It was heartening to i
the Chamber uf Comment has
been considering the Queatioa < '
OCOtrolUng unsightly
ments and hoardings a
springing up all over the land,

i egponsi-
falc peopU 111 BTO
. M having said in
this eonnection "such
muiii in it in jny way A
*


If this i-i

a
junot fail tw a*
Q0| detract in any way from the
Cenk beauty >'f say u stretch ol
roost or even a Held nf sugar caw.
Ihen patently he laei
beauty and good taste
The same gentleman i quoted
that condluona IB Amer-
ica and England could not be
lOinparcd with those in Barbados
Tnu i- undoul sadi) true of many
U| not in thus bo
would like to aaa ban to explain
the difference I
advertisement in America or Eng-
land, and an ugly advertisement
in Barbados If anything, the ad-
vertisement In Barbados is the
more objectionable owing to the
smallness of the island and the
greater density of population.
But It will lake more than mara
cnuudciatton of adv. 11
'
del ..nd can bnl -
1
nd Coun-
ira more



. ..
being unable to take the Stoi-
of passing such an Act before it
iv Ii-' late?
I have one more suggestion to
make Sir You i i papt i I .
be congratulated on Uikn
in the campaign for a cleaner
r.. hut why not DTOadat
Man sponsorahtp t.. In ;
preservatn n of Iwnuty nf the
whols taaand? lur Instance,
photograph in r\ |
Uoa f some poriicuf^'
traeUva sight antHli I
B tier" would do much
10 bring the Dead fa .i Town and
Planning An befora the
i w Your phot
\. ill iiT.ci pientv of aeone,
BRITISH RESIDKN r
Nov 2. SO
Flooding
To The Editor. Tfie AatWCatt,
I Mond.iv
"'
dangerous Roodii
..
r.ight be poaa

gie-i jii-stcr *.ock plies Nrhana
we are on the verge of this dis-
aster, and remember, it might not
l>e conflned to the poor, unfor-
tunate persons who usually lose
but take the shape of
ona academic that would include
those, perhaps, who wilfully re-
ivestigale the matter.
The comoarathreiy small rainfall
on Saturday 25th inst. held up
traffic for some time in the Con-
aUtnttou area, and one observer
noticed that before the road was
in- waaar was flowing in
to the I'aik Haying Held and other
low lying ground, probably Incltld-
ing the Comtx'rmere School
grounds as. wi-ii Tha n
i road has
feet higher than

provided now.
water through, a perfect dam ha*
of tons of water regularly to

bout the large
l ground
Oeath Trap?
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Arc human beings immune from
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Nov. 23. 50.
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SIR.Could you tell me where
motor cyclists are supposed to
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'tely lolu
-ft 0( the parking jroa
raa reserved for
ears.
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would tell motm
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1IS0
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGI MM
Leg. Co. Sends Holiday With
Pay Bill To Select Committee
A BILL which seeks to make provision (or a holiday of at
least two weeks each year wiih pay for employees, was
sent to a Select Committee by the legislative Council at
' their meeting y.-,ierda>\
This is the second occasion that this Bill came before the
Legislative Council. On the first occasion u was rejected
by an overwhelming majority
v | Bill passed the
...,. ., Second reading unai
Milk Production ~
Scheme (^uegtioued
Mi W A Crawford at yenler-
da>'s meeting of the asOtjSS ..f
Assembly save notice o( the fol-
lowing c(ur What is the position wun ie-
gard to tbt Mills Milk Production
Scheme calling (or the erection at
Lancaster of a pasteiu./
deiuing and evapomi
capable of handling 2.000 gallons
Of milk dally?
Is tne original offer by Colo-
nial Ikv.lopment and Welfare of
a fi i lio.000 and a
long term loan of .C 30,000 for the
i mt% ..ulable?
Is ii a fact that imports of milk
and in.Ik ;
over |MO,0OQ annually and that
it has been estimated that the
prop *e suppl. 1< eal demands of theee
pNdUcts*
Is ii a t.ict that Colonial De-
veloyrneiu and Welfare and uf-cr
aajancie* have already given tre-
mendous assistance to the scheme''
Economic VftMO
Is the Government aware of.
Tlie great economli value
which the whemo repre enl to
Ihe colony, especially from the
points nf view of industrial drvi-I-
opment imd employment poteotl i!'
Thni the eSB.OOO Mm I
Station which was eat
Curb Council
Powers Report
Presented
be

The motion for sending it to
tjtet ("ommiuce was made bv
U.e Lord Bishop and gfleoadad
by Dr. C. H St John
Btght members were appointed
to the Select Committee They
"'"' The Hon. H. Challenor.
Hon H A Cuke, lion A G
Gittens. Hon Dr C H. St. John,
Hon v C Gale. 11. | XtM
Lord Bishop W. J Hughe*. Hon
Q B Kv.-I.m. and Hon. J,
Mahon
The Acting Colonial Secrelaiy.
ihe Hon. E. J Petrie said thai
HM Hill had been rejec-fcd
although there appeared to be
iMaiumity in Iht balM
that it win a good thing that
wmployaaa should have holidays
*ith Day. The opposition to the
notion Indicated that It would be
lean it to employers t
I ith pny of their
own accord It was apparently
eaMeyed that whan i-mpioyvrs all
hernme nood employer*. (VCffOlM
would receive holidays with pay
and that It was better thai the
nrooass should be gradual and
drpand on goodwill between
employers and employees than on
legislation
Major Objection
Another major objection was
that some employers would not be
able to pay. and that if they were
"iced to pay they would do with*
cmpli. iitroduce
the scheme h; | been in existence
for fully thm
Is it a fact that Mi. UtHl who
was sent since 1943 at the eXfMBM
of Colonial Devri ;>ment and Wel-
fare to Jamaica to inspm pas-
teurization and condensary equip-
ment, which was tiien m ihe mar-
ket, reported Vf urged it.* acquisition i>% ths Gta>
emment?
Is it a fact that Mi. Mills him-
self has resigned his post and
terminated his contract with ihe
Government six months before it
was due to expire. r.*portcdlv
through frustration and inability
to get the scheme started?
Does the Government appreci-
ate that a considerable delay is
likely to ensue if the equipment
has to be ordered from the I K
Will the Government take steps
without delay to put the Hlheilil
into operation?
If the answer to question No 9
be in the negative, will the Gov-
ernment state the reasons there-
for?
ruction wttfa nrttT-saviiig di
Acting Col. Sec.
Goes Oh Holiday
Members 'of the Legislative
Council yesterday praised the Ac-
ting Colonial Secretary, the Hon.
E. J. Petrie for the way he had
conducted his work at the Legis-
lative Council meetings. ThpHon.
E. J. Petrie Ls going on leave,
The Chairman said that the Act-
ing Colonial Secretary had put the
Government's point of view clear-
ly at all times and not antagonisti-
cally and sometimes In a very
disarming way.
He thought he deserved a holi-
day and they hope he would re-
turn to Barbados.
The Hon G. D. L Pile said that
the Acting Colonial Secretary was
an example of being concise and
straightforward.
INQUIRY CONTINUES
TO-DAY
Hearing in the inquiry sur-
rounding Uie uej.h of 85-year-old
Moses Lewis of Ycarwood Land,
winch was started before Mi.
H. A. Talma. Coroner of District
"A", on Monday will be resumed
today at 2 o'clock
Mosvs Lewis died on the spot
after he was involved in an acci-
dent while riding the bicycle
M-2575 on Black Rock Road
with ihe motor car S-WJ owned
by Mr J. E. T. BwaofcsM ind
driven by A1 ford Broome.
Medical testimony and eye wit-
ness accounts given by two peo-
ple have been heard already, an 1
today the I'olicv in l ringing four
more persons who were on the
spot when the nrcldent occurred.
Cm Monday two witnesses said
I
A further objection was that it
would be impossible to enforce'
the Bill and that an A.
cruld not be enforced would bring
the law into disrepute.
It would be marvellous if than
wss no need lo provide by law
lor the fair and reasonable treat-
ment of one individual by another
bul there did not appear to him
to be any indication that such a
tat* Of aflairs would arrive in
the near future.
With regard to the suggestion
that an employer, especially
householder, could not afford
holidays with pay. it amazed Urn
that for one fortnight a year a
householder either could not do
without the help required o-
rould not find a substitute and
pay a substitute's wages. There
could bo very few cases of house-
holders who had one servant who
could not carry on for the short
period of a fortnight without such
a servant or pay for a substitute
It wag suggested that the law
would not be complied with It
was unlikely that many employers
would allow justifiable complaint i
to be brought to the notice of the

The Hon. H. A. Cuke said that
It had been felt that a much
workable Bill would be one which
ran along the lines of legislation
In other places Many faults had
l>een found with the set up of the
Bill and in spite of that it had
been sent hock in Its original
form. He agreed with the p-lnci-
ple of the Bill and the alternative
things that could be done with It
were U> pass It as It was or let
It go to a Select Committee
Referendum
The Hon. G. D. L. Pile
that there should be a referend
or some similar measure so that
the people would have a chan
Miying whether they approved of
n particular Bill that had beei
passed bv the House when the
House wanted to pass It again
On three occasions there h
bean Ihrw* motions In the Hoi
against passing the Bill imme-
diately
Everybody was saying that the
Bill as It was, was not workiib:
and he did not think the Council
would be doing its duly to the
community if they allowed an un-
workable Bill to go through. If it
were necessary to re-write
Hill it should be re-written.
The Hon. G. B. Evelyn
that the Bill would work hard-
ships on some employers.
The Hon. Mrs. Hanschell said
that she could not imagine what n
person with only one servant would
do when that servant went
ra> itt
The lion Dr. St John agreed
that the Bill should be sent to I
Select Committee and said that i
muld be > Ki'ave mistake lo pa!
It as it was.
The I.rird Bishop said that il
ould be far better to h.
the obligations
\hot they saw a beige coloured) clarification "of _
carmeaning S-96knock down between the employer and em-
a man on Black Rork Road after p)oy*e.
he rushed out of Yenrwood Oflpf The Bill was then sent to
riding a blcvcle. S*'*ct Committee.
The Select Committee appointed
-t and report on the cor-
respondence between HsOOoWtBOt
secretary at* Ma*
OB the subject of ih-
umitaii m of the powers of th:
Legislative Council yesterday pre-
sented the following ret

kM and report oi> the cor-
Oovarnor
and the Secretary of Btal
OosonsM on the subject of the
of the powers of the
Legislative Council have ihi hon-
our to submit the following re-
port:
The subject matter of the cor-
I MO ll the powers of the
Legislative Council in relation n>
these of the House of Assembly
and a nuggested modification of
the Council powers We think
it useful to slate what in the
opinion of the Committee are the
present powers of the U
Council
2 We have divided the powers
late :wo sections
In the first section we have
placed those powers which the
Council have exercised regularly
and which are without any ques-
tion admitted. These are
(a) the power lo Initiate measure
of legislation which do not
create a charge on the revenue
of the Island.
(b) The power to reject or amend
any legislation submitted to
them when such legislation
does not create a charge on
the revenue of the Island ir-
respective of the number of
limes such legislation is seiu
to them.
id The power to reieet only any
Bill or Resolution which does
create a charge on the reve-
nue.
In ihe second section we have
placed the power which the Coun-
cil have never surrendered but
which, owing to the length of
tune which has elapsed since its
exercise, has been forgotten Of
been assumed to have been sur-
rendered, namely
The power to amend any
Bill or Resolution which does
create a charge on the reve-
nue.
In no pirt of the correspond-
ence is it specifically stated what
arc thought to be the present
power, of the Council, but from
paragraph 3 of Lord Listowel's
ilespalch to Sir Hilary Blood dated
20th April. 1948. It can be very
reasonably concluded that all the
above powers included 0B
sections are recognised.
On the question of wtMRshCf
not there should be a second
Chamber, paragraph It of Lord
LsBtOwt*l despatch leaves n .
doubt btlt that there should be :i
second Chamber and that the Leg-
islative Council should 1-
as an effective part of the I.ms-
lafura hut that its function should
be regarded as those of revision
and delay, thereby leaving the
ultimate decision on Important
legislation, whether financial or
otherwise, to the House of Assem-
bly. Paragraph 9 of Lord Lis towel',
despatch lays down Ihe methods by
which this will be achieved
5. There ls no doubt that the
Council have on several occasions
in exercise of their rights rejected
or amended legislation other than
money Bills (and by money bill
we mean a BUI which creates a
rhnrge on the revenue of the
Island) sent to them from the
House of Assembly and have, on
occasions, rejected legislation
Sfhieh was money Bill: huwever.
Sfhan 'inch legislation has again
passed the House of
afler I Central Election the
Council has, as far as thi" Coin-
ittee is aware. invariably
cepled and passed such legisla-
tion. It may therefore be said
lhat. In practice, the principle of
deles ii bain sdopted m .> mo
eral policy by the Council without
special rule or regulation.
The Committee desiri-
point out that until recently the
life of the House of Assembly
was limited to one year and when
legislation rejected by the Coun-
cil was again submitted to them
for consideration a General Elec-
UOD bad intervened at which the
electors had had the opportunity
to-express a desire for or against
the proposed legislation.
7 The life of the Houas of
\ having been increased
to Ihree years, ihe Committee ie-
commended that if a change in
the manner suggested is to be en-
forced by regulation it should be
effectual only after a dissolution
of the Legislature and the elec-
tion of the New House at which
the Electorate had clearly ex-
pressed their wish.
Extension Of Waterworks
Plan Approved By i it*" \*&iM*m*
fr c a mi Ysstatdaf
House of Assembly council
A KE&OLUTION to approv* the Book of Ra*
Plan of the n of Iht Watetworki
;,.,, :-! ,-- : h\ 'he H- I .
11 br**nttv
Tin- )>.>-,k of i licntc* that the propi
a 4-inch dJuncttoi caal iron pipe from the existing main of
the DepvUnont in Heckles Hood alonj; an
Estate Mousing Board's private roads and land (or
tance of ;(57 yards, and tix thorefrotn two standpipi
four fire hydrants.
limalM. lSSO-ai.
"Hie proposed < on ., plan .ubmiued by the
Housing Beard by a blue line, the
hydrants by red circles and the
itandplpos by blue squares
marked E. F. The cost of the pro-
posed work is estimated to be
sir. M. E Cox (L) who look
.harge of the resolution said that
ii wa a formal one before the
work could be dont and mov.-i
that it be passed
Mr E. D. Motlley (E) said thai
there was no such thing as the
Hay Estate Housing Basra'.
private roads a* was set out in
I X, oi the Book of
ind Its would like the
hOMurabta manner in i
lutum io explsb
I B <; bsobjb While the (; vrrnmeni was tak-
ing steps to provide all IhON
JnanlUas for housing schemes,
yet there were some
nmfslrj In :( eotatti
which needed si and posts
In the pansh of SI Tin- gg,
applications were made to
Ko to the Manage! -,'
works for the erection of t..nd-
(misIs on certain roads but thojl
were told by him that n .
[M water was not available
In-Mtlluient Material
He untlei'sUKKl lhat w<
.. maina m si Miehw
and beUeved that (he
m n"T wjfhctenl to !o sroun i
the various eountrj peri
also supply the people in the
i St. Michael
Mr. Mapp said that the NPPl>
situation needed laoklni into as
the people hero MOP
because of the lack Of l
If the Crown AajOnUI could no!
help them net the materials thUl
vear or early next year, they
would be faced with more dl'--
culUes m the futon
lUhoped the Government would
take itrtmr. steps to see
poatUOn was in Barbados and use
then inlluence and autttorit) 10
see that material- wap
available to them.
The pOSitiOn oi the p00| I
various tenantry
that they were u n a b le
get mi pa- a -
The roads wert> be
epair and he hoped
Government would bear all Hu ig
things in mind and nibnill *Ua >
proposals to the Secretary tl
State.
Mr O T Allder (I.j said lha
it had been fell that since the new
engineer of the department had
been here, the axtanston of lh<
rater supply should reaeh ih-
country areas. In as much as it
was said that they would
to extend the service after Ih i
engineer had arrived. KHM people
wire very dissatisfied '
natter, end It srai made """
dlrnrult. when, out of 0
Hon for the exl.....n of :h"

,.,. an) in *
Michael alone
He >m:>.' '
the House that U
dtfftrietl which
i x tension
durini the war
should net some consideration.
The taximycrs In those areas
were satisfied In-cause of the Inrt
that there was some difficulty In
, lerlal, but rlnce Um
WOI had lieen over. It WS
peeted that 'he department wnuld|
.. to those disli
hn
altad
tire Itaiard
There was an imp. -'
Ith a reasooabU |ai Ml
In Burwart Hill if a

I
position would be There weg
neah Hall
verj man
ihe difficulty siill existed
It Mhler said thai thcie .is
not a good feeling i -
a sen the
flficei and tin
worked ai those places and he
ould the senior
member for St Michael what had
booorne Of the Address which
'i
he Mm. i
ment lo give uniforms to the
men prHSsl it those stations
rhe> were sti!
they had not heard anything
about the uniforms and he would
like the honourable member to
xplaln the reason for the delay
and the decision of Government
i rd Ihe supply of the unl-
'I'll
Mr AUder
discrimination at Bon
and said that It appeared as If
I
ng ertaln em]
noting Juniors over the
hereby csuslni
imount of dissatlsfsctlon
Mi t C caoddard fl
i .-is' allentn.n l<.
the plan on which there
v mpplMMna iK r..-
Psrt I I'-rrr't. ..i
Bsflssssaiaatsff) nssssAm
O. -hlea Stiti lh# S*h-
Rr*lnllan. aid lhat ""
l-i- niivw CiHin'il Iw inlfce to concur
......
HW n ..r at w.i
wo nlf hollda) with pjv lor srn-
dl iU-a -IUi Mi-i>dii^" '
ih* BMabUsMmml
, ih. turn
l->IM taut !.
i>i a"i' km *> "I
i
I.. nkr A BSII to aanrnd U rinludoa rancy
Viol aroducthn uid SXport Act.
nM I ..iiinO until DVevm-
HOUSE
Hoi.pt 0
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\.-. aati awl
ash a -
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,irr i*-.! nrmt Um*
paMTd irm'
;.rov Ih. BoeH < ItofvnHkr* -nd PU.i
i uw praM mi aksshesa at was
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nM Mm nU) > isstn Msts
fouj itandposi
Oluttoo only call-
When COLDS and FLU
cause
Get Relief Right Where You Need It!
KM QUICK relief of tniieublc doggrdup
bom. sore throat, achy tighroesi in the thest
sod SSMJOJSjJ cough, nuke sure to try this cm
aaa, dax-ratied nestmem:
Tonight, at bedtime, rub the chest,
onseat and back with Vicks Vapoftob!
At OfeCI you feel VapoKub relieving you.
betpioi you, fighting the cold in two direct
enes st the same time:
1. UKI A POULTICI VapoRub works in from
Sat Srlo, warming; sway chest tighmsti and
pain, and "drawing out" congestion- And
1. MIDICINAL VAPOURS released from
VspoRub by the warmth of the body arc in-
haled with every brearh. They soothe the sore,
inflamed membranes of nose and throat, east
the breathing, help loosen phlegm snd calm
troublesome coughing
Thai double set ion relieves nose, throat
sad chest all at the sama time! Helps you
sleep! Keeps on working through the night!
By morning, uiuilly,
most of the misery is \
gone snd you feel
much better
IDVAL FOR CHILDREN EQUALLY GOOD FOR ADULTS
ton mad
wnaveei
I .'il two.
He fell that cither Uw
ion or the plan at)
hanged and suggesti-d that It
should be the resolution because
a crowd
ed ar"-a would be I
Tenantry Kaciliii.s
He knew of some tenantries
that were being developed ami
offertnsj taeUlttc
to the tenants by allowing them
to n.slal water at their own
expense and many peopl'
Bay Estate area would I i
ful for lhat.
Mr D D darner (C) said
thai ' lesoluttOn like Unit should
re than tw<> sUiniipi-st
What was really worrying him
was the delay by the Crown
i sending down the .
i .'. .-..I (up. all. r ti ivlliU the
order from them foi lUeri l0ts|
time
TnerS ss Bjreat need
throughout the length and breadth
bad voi '
i money ( supply ihem with the neces>ai .'
inaterial. but the position did not
MM hi to be any ltU-r now.
He said lhat II < BsSd I
Europe was gettliu: DSOBt of wha'
England could produce and the
OOtonlee were left to BUffSl IB B
pariah then- were m.ii
pie had neither waU'i
gos ii hi and lb ee were tlung
."huh .ill people should have
A strom: case thoold be made
oul by me Oovommenl to ersaj
the Crown Agents to send down
the m.iiiiiai- wetei i ''no-
thing whirh should be given i i
the inhabit.mis d even eOOntl t
ai the cheapoit possLble rate,
He fell thai whenever a hOU '
wai erected there ihould be
Water In H The people acquainted
. .iitiiry districts wool1'
ku. w how far those uOOnlg fa
ter pultun:
In a hard day's work
He was of the opinion lhat the
1. needed re\ I'ion The island
j On fe R
DEATH CHAMBER WILL
COST OVER $2,000
l'i IB 1 nF-S!'AIN. Rot B
new exe-
i utiiiii chembet t" be erected it
.. the prison itn-
. ii tspei led b m
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to Controls and the increased Cost of Merchandise, but it has
provided a foundation for future progress by our careful selection
of Ooods at prices that never failed to gain popular favour. We
have also increased the number of Departments, affording better
and more satisfactory service for our Customers.
Proud as we may be of these achievements, they could never
have been realised without the valuable and loyal support of our
Customers, Friends and Employees, for which we thank them
wholeheartedly, and promise to provide at all times the best
Merchandise and still better service.
To show our appreciation in a more tangible way, it has
been decided to allow a SPECIAL 5'. DISCOUNT on all
CASH PURCHASES from SI .00 upwards on FRIDAY, 1ST
DECEMBER, 1950, ONLY.
We look forward to the General Public taking full advantage
of this gesture which is, in small measure, a contribution to their
own economic welfare.
Remember the Date
FRIDAY, 1st DECEMBER at
WILLIAM FOGARTY Ltd.


WKONKSDAY. MiWMKIK 1*. 150
^
t
I
n.\iiii\nos \nvo( iti
pao*. SF.VKN
CLASSIFIED ADS. wi
TELEPHONf ?900
FOU SALE
AfTOMoTIVE
d Prefet-t tat: \i.Hti.
I7.W0 rule* and in flra. flw> Co
COVRTaaaY UAftAUE Dm Ml*
i hall Vein
MiH U HI it.......
COWTTI >\ OARAGE
ELECTRICAL
FRUXMS Several good aeoond
f-fil Fridge, in good working ,.ioVr
Al lUlph A Be-rd
Hardwood Alley Phonr 4M1.
LIVESTOCK
I-1GS- H.ghcleir Farm.
COWSOn* Butt
JMI 10 d:,i. aid V
Heller C
Farm XI Thornaa
i brad j.i-"
njunmmM
rURN'ITL'Ki: !-rge variety el CotS*
tr table* m Mahogant
Blreh. al o Mahogany Dining T-r-le*,
Dinner Waggona and Dinner Chair*. 4
good entile* o( 3ldebo..ril*. Larder* and
"*! J Ralph Beard* Show
lloont*. Hardwood All.-- <>BT'*tt*
Cathedral) Open daily n nv to 4 pm
*mon* M9 n |i.to dr.
MISCELLANEOUS
adjoining Bo> al Yacht Club
IIB-II.
AISTIUA.N I
None belter, a
Krugur* Ltd
ti
ATTRACTIVF RUN^IIADI-
Jnd gent*. KomrOiliul m
Uth lr..iher r.tr. IhM can b. Hud
I" tout toll or *lrap If required "'
Your Jeweller*. Y De LIMA Ai Co.
LTD.. N Broad Street
asii.aoon-
fh nsrr
rlOI'ES
APARTMENT Al the Came, ft
I.r***-e Q> On-lhe-Saj FuU
ml hM DM BM
32 11 JOtf n
PyRNOBOD II-AT Al BRIAR
Michael I>ul MTI. H Blah Ban'
CYNTHIA VILLT-. rtpooeier* HPS.
drawing loom, dining room, two bed-
room*, one with dreaalng room, lollel
and bath, and all 0Ul*r convenience*
Dial BfO for pamrulaaj
U11M-3n
belie, from l>l December r
Lr* Dial OH.
rNmto-
II M .In
NOTICE
I M l-H HI NKIVI ,
lraB*nd
I be M ad aar hum-
not be ir. khan
the date
I nation
!-r obtained
' office
Clerk ISo-dn
Dial MM>
i * ar
I'l HI II fttUOa.
NOTICE
laTViL*? t'l ** ft! -" -'""
'."rleVem^r'^ fiT

COTTU: CATrVwr. a. CO I.Tlr
I__________^________sin b *
I !****" i-TIBAI. AID* ACT. ttol
leV/t 'j"""f; **" * '
"STS* .V?'*' ""Ullaa B r.-
o r*r or the above named plantation.
t"U*2!! '" rtrt"n "" " *"*
I .kav. Art
ftBBT, MnU-e. *d ,.,,,
trie iiM plantation |o be reap-
91
AUCTION
i ,i.
!*< 30th of
2 o'clock, on.
lire- which c
rv rr.>*ing
Pedmoma each ith
Por inspection .ee
-in ^11
Ion on the >pol To be |
aaUnga. on TT">r*dav I

hou*e callKl l*.fn-
^d Oall-
PMB| '
Bllll
I r*ar. |BW
"""ltgMM
Ovnw
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
By
m Cole A C
on Piidai- lit Drrrmb'i
Tord 10 h p rTefert t
irceni aicidei
\ MCBN1
PUUl CXTINGUISHCBSNu-Rwlft
t'OUHTISY
La'gc Aaaortaaeni
i It on .to Kni.h:
CUiTAII A MANOOUKI BT1UNOI
Juel received Knlint'i Ud.
___________ wr.w 2-
OOLD JEWELLKHY CotiHetintT of
eaeTbuf. Ue plna. brooches; necklacaa.
pendant!. All new good* Excellent
Xma> Gift* Sea Your Jeweller*. Y. De
Lima Ac Co, Ltd 10. Broad sin ct.
Mdaelown. MllBO-dn
i^itar cini.oiows m..\\ KOl'tl
Can be -een a4 "Abbeville- Ouf
Rhig W M. Porter 3aM
W l ...
PXARI- MbVKLbCB * "a aach.
faded necklace- II.B) up, Biadad ear-
ring, ft eta par pair, plua wide a mant of rottumt Jewellerv Bee your
Jeweller-. Y Da ttma a Co., Ud. .
Broad miwl Bridgetown.
mi.
RAIN COAT* RAIN COATS Al 12 it each lovely colour, let "laatle for Ladi- They are mi u vpr.rrAr-i.r win ply of nil >imU Nga Limited. 11 cent* per A ...... -., ved at Collln*
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
ON THURSDAY . i ad*, af
Mr A P Seale we will -e.1 al -Rook
Dundo". Cave Hill hi. Pun.llire hi<*
ii both Modern and Antique
which Ircludoa
Chefmnier. Waajgon. Omnmet.t Tabft
' Hh Bra** Claw l*eei. Card Table*,
P..'e.UI Ornament Table. Pucleta*4,
Mird- llaiatand DcrtNce. Upright Chair*
and Hot-keri. Plat Top De*k. Muakt
ClnMrMl all in old Mahogany: LeaV'a
Davenport. Ornament Tab).
i...iid Che* Table. Planter*
Deufc. Clock. Piano by Broad wood
'perfect condition. Qlmtm jnd China,
Cut Olaaa. Dec.niei* .nd Print Dlahei,
Willow Tea Service. Old China. FruH
and Tea ervtcea and l^irch plutca:
Braa* and Plated Ware: good Grama-
phone Hnor.lv Baertrlc Toaater and)
Iron: Bran Hr.-. ket Oil Lamp*. Cokda-
>"'.. Hi-ititn-u.!. Mud j*r****w. Dre-a-
fekj Table-. MT Wa.h.land.
Pre*ai. alt In Mahogany D
||e.id*lead> -n.i
,-.'.-[.
s-.,ve. Coal Stove .piacHcallJ
r,p-. larder. I-.rge J-r.. Horae. f-
. *kli. naddie Rook* m-
cMOing Gibbon* Hirtery of Rome and
. ,.
Half ll.ur. Half II >' o.lock Term*
HKAXKP.R. THOTMAN a. CO.
n.ujt -*!.
I have
been
XMA5 TRT. DBCUHATI"
dlacount of 10'. now applying on all
purchase' of lhe limited period only. See your jeweller*.
Y. rte Lima A Co. Ud jo. Broad Street.
Bdgetawn llW-.
YACHT Thai deurable ynchl "VA-
C.ABOVn Ttti A Held. Lone Rtor
Oarac*. Dial l J3. BUM* Ita
WiUVTKlt
IIEI.I*
n <. im h-t.-i ill Ba
other Hem*.
D'ANCY A BfOTT,
Oovt A i
at not- jt
I will oltM tor (ale < 1 I
petition at my office VUT.il
nn (TIlllAY >t IMJ' r '
i. ....ii' I..I ..f land '.I CHAPMAN
iJINT S, CHAPMAN* X LANl: Ami'
rim CONDITION*;
' ill.l:
REAL ESTATE
ON THE SEA
at Garden. St Jam**
Modern Bungalow. S bedroom*, tarn
batha. Overlooking flea, own private
bathing _b*ach Go.d Yacht_ A'fhoraf*
Phone tl-1
HOUSE On*
i t f
Board and *hing!ed
II M x S wdllaha ahlnglea on
In good condition. Apply Meaar*
fid Tucker Phone Was
34 11 n
CBLBINO gFTg POB MAIM
I yTO equare fe*t ol land In FINE
ROAD. Belleville. St Michael loblique.y
and Avenue, and adjoining
Ihe reildence of *>. Cheee-
CLERK I
rnenl Apply It
the Miiiarer*
i. .!(.- I-..C.I-
The land
NOTICE
flit olli B4IT- Chhl, MA1IB
which waeto lake rlHe at the l**!*--
I *ith in*| "

vv. a. r Ait Mm.
M t... .-
-a M 'o
NOTKK

let repair? until fun net
to a *iip.
i the CHalrman
"* t omn.ivlonir. nl Highwa*
SI Joorph
.- I' *i
Exhibition Notice
: Wedk-ada' gth ,
.1 Agn ..
v.
" Snepheid I
Ifeld rott A Co
W H.itrhar**--. T.
fa., i o.
i Deea- Shoppe.
I ^
ftal
Da Coata A Co Ud .
C P Hamn A Co t
J N ^oddard A la".
H Jawin Jone A Cc 1
* Co .
Sirujer *k>wan MgHMn.
Ild.
C. s piichet Oi
.. .
PU.n1-tK.n I Id
Bobe.1 Thorn Lad.
T S Oarraw-* A Co
i r-et-i-
T lla.b.
I Ud
Ahbv A Mrdford
Stiiarl A Bampaon.
Inc* A Co .
Tajvtof A

Car Ron !
M 1. Beale A On
Broadw
""HI .

ltd
Cole Statue
Allevne Arthur A C* I'd
Barhado* Pbundrv Ud
A ll.rd.aie
Centre I foundry ltd lAVe .
Hard-are.
Beta SI-
Eveivn. Roach A O Ud
W. A. Orimih J. iv
ft P Mu*D> Son A C
T Gedde* Or...
I ll- Tkanday ilk lll
Colonnade fdor*-.
lath ley Ltd .
N. E Wllaon A Co
fhowne A To
C R Ri<- A Ckj
NOTICE
Tho --air ndvpnisfd at Sp i
Slrcvf for today has b*?ri podl-
pojuxt
R ARCIIEK MrKENZ.IE.
I.OVIHMIIM VOMITS
rain, rrraom
i- ~k if
An outhrrak of (owl typhoid han bc*n confirmed
aboui thirty (30) IbMb*. and rfports have Cdne> tn of sudden bwdlttlf
M death after a short lllneM from several sources in the Brittons Hill
area of St. Michael.
This disease is very infectious-, readily comniunicable to OtaVflT
.iiid \ery Acute m character. Outbreftks frequently occur during
the rainy season. Mortality rate cn be as high as 100% in reccntl>
infettetl flocks.
Symptoms Affected fowls show loss of appetite, appear dull anil
(Ian hin diarrhoea sulphur-yellow m i-nlour. The tlura
tm disease Is from one l ten days or even longer Bird* an
Often found dead in the morning without showing symptoms uf Dlngl
the night before.
Past Mortem Catan hal inllamatlon of Hie intesiine i^ often foun<(
tad jii enlarged congested and friable? liver.
r re vent ion A Control. Any bird showing sign-; of illness should
nt once be isolated from the rest of the flock.
Infection is spread through the droppings hence strict sanitary
comprise Ihe most effective method "f controilm* and prtV
TMlUn| the disease.
Recently purehasedl btrdk should he Isolated for at lea-.! fourt.rn
(Id) day* before being allowed to i>ln the (lack
No really effective treatment of affected birds is known
26 11.50:3n
APItHNTMENTS TO F.XKCt'TIVE GRADE IN TUE
flVll. SK.RVK I
Attention is dnwn to pwOaPap*} 5 of the Government fCottoo In
the Official Gazette of 27th November relating to the new executive
grade (SI.72S $3.4561 In the Civil Service.
Applications to sit the examination arc invited from external
andadaUg who ore the holders of academic or professional qualifica-
tions (of degree standnrd) and should be addressed to the Colonial
Secretary. BecretarUt, Bridgetown, setting out the usual partlculai
of age, place of birth, academic qualifications, eareei and practical
experience, if nny
The 15th of December, 1D50. is the closing date for receiving
such applications. 28.11.503n
public i
STKNOTYPIST
f-at initance. O. L.
lollcltor*. P.O. Bn ;
SITUATION VACANT
HANAOER For Large BtMl..i.rr.
tor* In Trinidad Writ* Hating; a-
perlance and qualification* to P.O. Bo*
**. Port-of-Spain enclo*ing rec*r.t
Phologr*ph. Salary according lo ablU-
ty. Minimum tajnO.OO per annum plui
L-ommia-lon.
aa.ii.sa-i>.
Frldi
December, ItM. al l.M p m
Yearwood A Boyee. **","'J1'>'
AHTICLE
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
SI 95 per bag of 1M H
STITCRgK* WANTKD
Call at the Adell Shirt Factor.
Rwen Btreet, you mn i b * "'
i.iacbine* Richard F Phipp*

ALL THAT m*unge or *tor* known
a* No *t Swan Street. n*mia tivra*
faH of land and abutting on Swan atrejt
and flolton Lane Toftther wio. the
Goodwill and atoch I" trade of the b'"
r^Vknown a- th* "aupply Btore.'- e^--
ned on la the ground door ol th* *aid
"For'Vn-cUon and further panicula-
applr Id # Manager of the Supplr
ijnd r-"i
g require*
taut or R
> Advonuj
MISCELLANEOUS
BOXES All kind* of Card Hoar
Boxea other than corrugated e*r*
pp., Advoeato Wi^ Jtopt ^
CAR |
10 H P in good
mt,H be re>*nti..ble Apt'''
Advec'ic Advtg oaVe
arRAP J01J .r..l BBH
ighed rricen paid See your
J**-*lk-r Y De Lima b Co us v-
Broad Sweet Briilgew.
MUJW-lln
St Michael
landing or 1711 *quare feet ol Und and
containing clo-*d asllary. drawing ami
d'nlns room*. 1 hador>m<. (aa*B wllh
,vi olng water*. kH*h*netle. and u^
conyentenoae Barvaal. root,, and_garage
lr yard. Inaitactlon 10 am. to 11 noon
"rn^pVop^r will be ^X m rMr-lr%eerp?5rw.n, s ssb
II.,.. StrV
' '
27th November, 1950
PART ONE ORDERS
n>
: J. Connell. OBf.. ED
Commaiirtina
The Uarbado. Regiment
ft No

IM Mil 1, .
ORIIIRM lit III IS
I Die M.
iideiiy OftVer
II-*imenial Headquaiter*
Hank* Will be under Ihe
li.-a.oi.Miii parade* until
TVTTI'lN given In Rpanlih. ,
German gad I to liar. I>J M^. MARIA
CARI/>TTA OONSAI.VFS formerly ..n
the Staff .t! Ikd aVftaBdl Unlverail-
W ill alxi undertake trail lalMn*.
CaR betweefi 130 and a '
Santa Clara, 8t Lawrence Gap
badoi as I
Itch Germs
Killed in 7 Minutes
The under*nel
I inelr Ofhc* No.
an Frtd'
Drrember U"W. nl p.m
*aa*W*pa_eC
18 OMtoa-' Share* of _ dO e**n
ffcg w. 1-difi Stan
W IT.o
"- *J!'?.....
ill 11
aaii
'trTTLC "C ATT* Hi U
: '
I.OSI
,1 rartlmille a*.-**" la.
da* tewardM
________________________^__
Thiir*dav *> Nov M al
i drill perad.
r Child mea
StRJEANT FOR BtFR FMDfit:
Ueul T A. Otlten*
rta C. K
L D BKJEWEB-COX. Major
si.lt A AdluUnt.
Ii. barbado* Kigiment
MAIL NOTICES
rAacri. a Krc.i*nTi(r.!i mail
1pm an ik* let D*w*
t.-oin %'
necemewr. Itac
ihe U..I
11
PARCEL MAIL M I I
November. IMO
I be clal .
SHIPPING NOTICES
ORDINARY MAO. a
Btth November. IBM
i^ ,-h... .
X.-o mail * Canad.
sjj
i*e-. of Furmtuie
' ituperviete*.
e f-ea*y givati Dial M
aARIADCS FURNITUM VKS
*t HAVE
\0 *'** i'tfkrr* TihIj*
ban HE HAVE
A Heallv Oood Abetment of
| lpUte*
a-Li Bnperb tlreen KoameJeO
i
I
Call tod." -in* ee them
Al ".....

<.;;-s,;:;::'s.::'
We undertake to it-pair all
kind* of Jcw.'llrt v nt
:o oahaaai "
three days.
(Iiir eJaiaj /a*
Mr. D. ARCHER
U at wour Itrvle*.
ALFONSO 6 DEUHA I CO
'.'.-.-.'.-.'.'-'.'.-.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.V.*W
JUST RECEIVED
THERMOS VACUUM
JARS
"i.lr MOUII.
H rial I Plnl
C. CARLT0N BROWNE
niio:r*.i* a ruii Dnurna
IM, lio-hi. k HI nui Illl
OH
V\l.l
III \
Attention is drawn to the Control of Priced (Defence) (Amemi- I
mt-nt) Order, 1950, No. 37 which will be published in the Oflici:.
Gazette of Monday, 27th November, 1B50.
2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of
iu be art up (or *ai* by -Cement" Is as follows: I
pe'ition Hi our emce,
M \( IIIMItY \l Wl
1'I.ANTATION.
ST Ml CANE CARRIER
MILL Dill
.to-. Ccrmptote
encine and 01 \R1NG
. Oao. Kivit-ht. ii Co
Mli. Ass KLKVATHK
Single Strand
BOiLB.
m m x nn.
DOILCH PEED AM I
COLD WATER I'l
HAW TIKI PUMP Ii.....to
CLARIFTI
0 ii h HOTI.ICJUt.-lt
PUMPS Pwo Sin
EVAPt iRATOB ASI'INAL
PANS < l
a
I H MM I ASS
ELEVATOR ENOINI I
WESTON Bl I K TWO
Rl IPI BL04 KS MILL
ENGINE arid flEAIIINO
Duncan Ste ul PIPING
and KlT'ri'.'iis
FinEIUUCKS

l HE MANAGER.
Wildev IManlaUon.
. 'ii .I,
2H. II .'nt :in
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
Kl 1HOS
A.r.*.. r v a
Formrrl* In. ... Bltdn
FOR SALE
fin <>i n is r,,.
Rota ThH large modem !.""-
bungalow wllh about I arc*
Iio.iId appeal In a i.ve- wn>
iiinatmrled of Ihe b**l ..buinai.li"
r hare ,. ., laege livmi
room '> ft n galleo i*'
fl !" n < bedronma ij*ie
ti.n ..ichc.i

..n'hard Well place I
!. tranapoit lo tewn atl rhonl*
i nhrtib. and |r*e.
VIJA BORA Pa-a*g* Rd
.li Attracts BM
'muted atone bungalow wi.n
l.i ililr cairlageoi*' Apnrn*
mately Itdao -urnre leel 1 hi.
as i iwilt pm-iK
ga.1T... ina.' kttfBjRi
.1 large
panlr' Bddi

it I (*f!N rKOPF.HTU* AMU
,IM \1* .\ M tm >
RENTALS
ga.de..
I'vmFm avti itnir**:
Bon Hiti fjMfumadMkl PI
i>ropert> itn 1 aero
IhrN*lT I
At aHat.ie J
WN-eTT lUH'W SI Jame*
at.ie Janoar* t>n ***"*
tkalhlng. Pun* furntativt
WANTEti iTnfumlehed Roua*
AUCTION SALE
Cabin Launch
i* i...i .
nth UulR -'
. ., I nanttan
ii i- r.*i... n-... i "i
l '' ''> -
To 0* *old bl
AmtiiHi at till
li-
mber
Jeaaaoa M. Ule.oldoa
Kl Al fSTATE AUENT
AUCT10NEEB
PLANTATIONS BUILDINO
Phone tit*
PART II (It
thf nAnnAD-i* reoiment
14TH NOVEMBER. ISM
tn ufflcer.
iiras
A GIFT
fu
(2)
normal
Man's
amount
Shirt.
of il back
required
your
___ lorl
ll.#, Bmoo.b .k
bKk OB rWurn o.
umr.pt.vil Ni.cd.
Fir *in Tr...l..
iiii;isiian SIIIMl
Th.' Tli:inksKi\n
r of Christ.

be held on Thursday eve-
ns, November
p.m. at the Church In Bay
St reel
All ore cordialli, 11
VVO*e'*^****V;Ve'e'^*eV>'*Ve\
IttlM.TM INCRrASrAlte.Ullea*
al Pte Ooddard. D. C
14 Pt- Rptinger. S
tn ii.' .i I
*at i-
M Phillip*. C
.. N.
Mr) ., MeCollin, C.
aa .. Phillip*, j T
.. YearaBiod. r N
0 .. Thompaon. E H
MI .. Mayer*.
-! McConner. A.
an MeConi.- '
VM lamben. T
|Ci"on. D Dec
a aibb*. r a
01 Olbton. P A
wa OrtaM C
'* Or-ive-. W I
I i v i r'li.iiM
BecMW*. McD
Di.nnah. N
n.(wma. O Bt
HUT. IM-I
mwart. R.
EKv
r nT.r.e'1*. i'
Callender. n
Cr^hlow. II
rui- A
. Brgthwalte. I
Branker. F N
Bennett W
naHaiWi c
Take the
to buy a
Put half
Pocket.
(3) What's left will buy you a RELIANCE
SHIRT of perfect fit and guaranteed
quality. _^^^^
thk norii. SiOltl
,\... 2 HIGH STKEF.T
The Shirt Emporium of Barbados
ROYAL NETHERLAND
STEAMSHIP CO.
itolline te Trinidad La Ouatra Cur-
:ao etc ma IHajTT Stb Si- tmta.
> FARNIUM UWh Noveoaher. aT
-iRAMi^arATr- 1*1 November
ainn*_ to Tvlwadsdl, Jhawnereh*,.
11th November
Canadian National Steamships
-in THBOCXB r
CANADIAN CHAIJXNOI
LADY ROONXV
LADY NXUON ..
1-ADY RODNEY ..
iy tnmaaoN .
aain San. alli Am**,
"'-*' 5nii!r "o-on "'*
Ft Nov r Nov I Eto7
Dae Dee UE***
. i Jan it Jeer at Jan at jar.
- I Ft* Ft* II Faa, r*,
* Uec
'> I MC...I N,,
-M'Y NEI-VV
IADY ItODNVY
lAtlY NBlAOr*
IADY KtlCNEY
IV DY NBUtUN
dJL-*ai
GARTJIWER AUSTIN A CO. LTD. Af.au.
HARRISON LINE
0UTWAED TB0M THI UHITED aTJHODOM
Veaael
l'HII.(SOI'IIEH'
I1IOORAPIIEI!*
I Xi'l.iHER"
-COLONIAL"
SS DKrENDRR"
From
Liverpool
l^nidon
Liverpool
Newport and
Glaigew. 2nd Dee
M hrough $
Lmidon 2nd Dec
Leaneg
15th Ntiv
27th Nov
JOth Nov
Due
narhgii...
30th Nov
tuth Dec
Hth Dcf
17th Dec.
H0ITIWAED TOE THE UKIT1D KINGDOM
Boaaaj
SS LLOYDCBFST
roe
mdon
Cloieg tn Ba-bUo,
7th Dd-c
For furthor information apply to
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.AtenU
< ii-:. ClaE. iRA'Ssiri.wriQiF
(Freatcli Lino)
s s "COLOMBlaT Sallina lo
CaHifona
81h. iSu
s 8 -COLOMBDr Sailing lo
Marutrtqu
lier 17th
s s OASCOONar SailiAg ti
on I*,.,
s s OAanCOOfVar soling U
M.Htllll.,
3rd |*'. i
All ship* iiririilliiK I'gssengei-
a s COLOMBIB" f i
S S CASCtKiNK" First ( I-.
Eor fitrtlti, r.utn Him-* i.tiplv
i"i mill i.i. I... din i., Curacao.
and Jamaicu on December
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PAGE FIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 150
IIH.
HIT
The EnjU.il crick*! un no. unrliif AuiWlU hu not boon loo nuccmrfril in the pr.iumn.ry "*
before the Oft Te-t In Ike MCC M.tell junrt New South >..< Sydney. K.lth Miller ol New
Sonth Walee uke a Melpe at .1 ball from Bed.er hot ml*-e. end wlehot keener A J. Htclntyro taken
the bU. Ezprei* ___________^_>^_^_________________________
D-wes Score*
117 Out Of 2) I
BHISl.ANE. Nov. 28
John Dewes, Cambi nine t-*nivoi -
Mty and Middlesex left-hander,
scored u nghttriK century for the
M.C.C. In the match again*'.
Queensland whirh ended In a dra-v
In re today.
Replying to Queensland's 301
the MCC made 291 and when MM
match ended Queensland ha1'
made live fur one wicket
DeweV innings of 117. his high
eat of the tour so far. almost
certainly assured him of o place
in the England team to meet Au*
iralla In the first Test startinK
the same ground on Friday.
Hts century took four hours. 33
minutes and he hit 11 fours
Dtwes and Cyril Wnshbrook
(SI) pul on 10* for the fourth
wicket Lea Johnson took six
MCC wickets for 66 runs.
eJUaWaVS1.Al.n 1ST INNINOB
M*l First Innings
Mutton I' lolt'i'O" ......
VY*at.l.-l. b Jnltnaon
HMtii.i. t RHiwt loiwimvi
I'. iM'to' Airhr b Mr Ctool
Drwr. J"h.n to Hym*r
ClMS b John-on .
Brawn r A/tUft Jrirvw>n
Kvan- l> B*yn..*r ......
n.-darr b Johnson
W..r 1 M<-C H.'llr, ".il Mil
BarVM *>>> a W b*- * b-u
ToUl .....
a From Page I
away. It might be coming from
under the sea. It was a gamble
ay that the supply would last
another ten years or any length
of time for that matter.
to Hon. Acting Colonial
Council Send Back Gas Bill
modifications and adaptttttOOl
shall have cITcct in respect of
such .ii lutraUon.
t7j The amount of compen-
sation determined by agreement
or arbitration arid any expenses
ncurred by the Corporation in
the Island, and in particular direc-
to
(a) the exp..
natural ga> undertakings'
(b) the establishment and
working of new natural
gas undertakings.
I I reiulering of services
and the supply of natural
gas to any guv.romeru
department, school or
public body;
BM creation and sppliea-
| a general reserve
I that tn*
M may be of a specific
, Corporation shall give
rffec: to weh directions.
Voting in favour of the deletion
of the section were tlie Mom
Challenor. Masci..h. <-
on, Mrs. Hanschell. Evelyn. Dr
Pile Afosnal 'he motio'i
bgttUOD were > How
, |. ,,, ii; hop, t uke and the
. .-. lonlal Secretary
Hen O B Eveljn who made
the motion fur the deletion gave
as his reason the fact that it was
ii,. f. .-hug that the Corporation
should t* run as a *"*:
-etn untrammelle I by jnv pohMeal
consideration.
If,,,. ed the motion -oi-i that the Execu-
tive Committee had on It four re-
presentatives of the ruling part>
in the Other Place and as such
would exercise a political n
fluence on the CorporaUon by vir-
tue of the powers extended In that
section and he " J^Vnr
should be d-leted **** poration run ** business conce.
free from any poll"'
Water Extension
f I mm Page S
ly populated and the
pipes were far away from the
4 the people's homes.
Mr Miller (1,1 said that he
uould have liked to associate him-
self with some of the sentiment*
expressed by Mr Garner. He felt
that water should be in every
house.
He was of the opinion that a
special department be created and
called the 'distribution depart-
ment". The complete Water-
works Department wanted orer- i
a 1 j r. u
The new distribution depart-
ment should be organised by the
Government and a few
plumbers employed
Mr Miller said that it was his
hope that the Government would
the cost of installation sol
that ii.any more people would be
able to have water turned into
their homes.
He said that Port-of-Spain.
hich is smaller than Barbados,
had more water mains than the
hole of Barbados. "In every lit-
Uf village, every little house has
us water supply", he said. Ho
was hoping that the Government
would pay some attention to his
idei
only one house in St Andrew had
electricity
- asUni leave to have the word
"Board's" in paragraph two de-
leted and the word "scheme's"
inserted In paragraph throe he
ted the words "on behalf of
-m-Exeeutive-Ci
iittee" inserted nfter the words
Housing Board." The resolution
then passed with the amend-
ments.
mont In supplying gas
uneconomic area even
profits from economic
allowed this or it had lieen agreed
hy the legislature to subsidise
such an act.
It was not unknown in other
,.. that a public utility
such as transport would be sup-
pIM to an uneconomic area
Unkfd up by a subsidy from Gov-
ernment
The deletion of Ihi I Mil
ould tie Government's hands
In that respect
The whole Issue i
the question as to whether they
were to have a profit-making
public utility run by (.nvern-
al bias
aaraaJ with th*ilne acquisition of any natural gas
VEST*, SfXnT u. ."ip""1 -"*''"' srssft*; ir
Ii I .^ v- -,i. r^nrr i accllon shall in the first pace be
ould lie the hands of Govern-1 ^ yut of ^ ]lublk. f^Ew
.i "" tnc w*>rront of the Governor-
1 *"' in-Exerutlve Committee, but the
** CorporaUon shall repay to the
Government such compensatiun
ano exp. 0
With regard to sub-section B ;
Hon. G. B. Evelyn thought that
some consideration should be
given to the time which would be
U nd moved
thai (he following words be In-1
serted nfter the end of the sub-
section -
"and the amounts llxed by
gjntmtnt or arbitration shall
carry interest at the rate of 4^t
per annum from the appointed
Say-
l'his was carried without divl-
s
inent or a public utility run by t After some minor amendment'
Government fcr the Is-nelit of u,e bill was given its second am
the people subject to subsidisa- third reading and passed with
approved by lln legts-
1'inpm.i" BCOol Aiaaei **5uTCIN!M.AND Citapmm. i "> C.U-t 4t MO Ml It M |1 f M i o M, ScohkI InnlrtS-
ToUl lor 1; *>Wkl>
Fall IHIWUNU ANAI.VSO* O M H J a o I !
WSIT
N.S. Wales Beat
S. Australiu
ADELjMDE. Nov. 26
New South Wales. Sheflh-lo
Shield holders, defeated Soutu
Australia by 45 runs on the Oral
Hilling.-, in their four-day male:
which ended here today.
South Australia scored 439 u
iheir tirst innings. Graeme Hole
making 5. and 1-ance Duldig 9*
jnd followed with 127 for B*1
wickets in their second innmg>
Hole M-ortng 54
New South Wales had a first
innings total of 4B4, It James
scoring 111. and UeCourcey 62
Keith Miller, most prolili-
scorer this seas
llrst ball for 0.
la tuns.
The section was deleted
Continuing this lint t rfiunoW
the Hon. G- B Evelyn moveit
the deletion of section IT of the
bill that read:
17. The rates and sCalM of
harge.s for natural gas shall be
Mibuiitted bv 'he Corporation Dpr
the approval of the Governor-ln
Executive Committee
The mollon for the deletion
wan carried on the same division
:md Mr Evelyn successfully
joved the insertion of the fol-
lowing section In its pll l i
'When fixing the rates and
seales of charges for natural gas
the Corporation shall take Into
ccount the cost to the Govern-
ment or the Corporation of money
paid by the way of compensotlori
purchase or otherwise, for
existing or other well or well
the machinery, pipeline, other
necessary appliances and the
Moral 'expenses for earrvina on
he undertaking and shall submit
.urh rates for the npprrval or the
Governor in Executive Com-
mittee "
The othei main arnargfmenl by
Mr Kr.'l|,.i wa* m eonrrtOUOB
with section U" which rM
18 111 Subje-t li the provis-
ions of this Act. the privately
owned natural gas plant, speci-
fied in the BchMUle to this Act,
The Weather
TO-1IAV
Sun RtMH ti.OJ am.
Hun KeU: a.36 p.m.
Moon (L-*t Quarter)
December 2
l.lchtitu: tin p.m.
Hi.* Water: R.I3 a.m.: 7.1*
VESTEHIA%r
lt.ui.1 .11 (Codrlngton);
.70 In
Total for Month U* Vcter-
d.. i: ' i"1-
Tem^crsture Temoerature (Mln.) 72.5* F
Wind Direction: < a-m )
S.S W,; (I p.m.) E N E
Wind Velocity: S miles per
ho ir
Bare meter: (9 a.m ) Zv.MO.
(3 p.m.l 29809
Gland Discover
Restores Youth
In 24 Hours
KufTrr.ru from \om o( vigour, imtvou*-
nen. wa body, impur* bibbd. (ilinr
MiDory, and wbo at- W "d orr,-<,u'
'j.fc.M itwir USM --ill I* drlisio-a m I-""'
of a nc* sl-nd dlMOVary by an Am-r1cr,
Th iww ai"v.ry rri-h.- It poialbl* n
uulrhly nd *Uy rcsi^r. vigour Utnw
bIaj..1. .n.1 bodr. io bull.) rl h. pur* W-k-I
to u.nll*n yoor mlrd -nd mamory simI
rH Ilk. a n-w man In only I d*>V in l-.
*l_ dlacovery whkh la a l"m mrflrtr.' la
pltaaanl, taay-lo-Uh* UN form. -In-.
.., with land oprallor.' aad b^gln- la
build n.w ngi.ur and pn*ry in II hou-
y.l Ii l> at-avluttly aarmlr.a and naluiai
"tb" auercaa of IhiAmailas dlar-v.i
>llr.l VLTaba ha I"*" *> n m Au-
ra thai It la now balng dlairlMitl bv
on Ii 1ISII tPff In Ml
I rnual.mak. rW ">l '^1 '
Igour and anerfy and from
... Crawford (C> said that
there was no single member of
the House whom he felt did not pi*t*
know the fTMrt lack of adequate -
water supply in Barbados. y__
Over four years ago. the House m<-"-S'''^ii^^i^H^^i .' v^TaX.
h put half million dollars at the I a*-^-wtib ^-ttai "d ?k-
disposal of the Government to YwTABS '
procure equipment. He realised
that the main difficulty was to get
the equipment
Ha A.mtod to throw out the
suggestion that if the British Gov- |
I'l.ii-ieiit could not supply the.
equipment, it was available from |
the United States.
He said that it was therefore
left to the local Gov* niment to I
make oul a case with the British
Government and ask for a licence
to get the equipment from outside ,
the sterling area.
Mr V. A Foster (L) said that
some time ago. he asked the QUM- '
tion about water for the Church i
Village district in Hillabv, St. An-
drew. He hoped that the Govern- |
ment would soon go to then aid
He was not ashamed to say that
Fashion Highlight
(DMA*
Hearth
urn.'
bowled
neuter.
Cambridge Crew
Far Florida
LONDON
A strong Cambridge University
ltew is going to HP-BTS!
riorida, to row against Yale
New Year's. Da>
It Will not be the crew which
won the Oxford-Cambridge duel
this year, but the complete Uady
Margaret eight thru o'"**}"1
against Yale at the Henlc:
IK* order to Please their host
the erew will row with light blu.
Made*.
nder the
Goldie.' usually given to thi
Ciimbridge second eight.
R H Svmonds. coach ol t>otli
Ladv Margaret and Cambridge
Unlvtrrsity, will lie in charge -
the English crew.(I.N.l.)
sj-'dflcd therein pr
(..iiinieneement of this Act. shall
on a day to be appointed hy the
Governor-ln-Excutive Commit-
tee by notice in the Official Gaz-
ette (hereinafter referred to as
the appointed day) be transferred
to the Corporation
(2) Upon the appointed day.
'.he natural gas plant sneclflod In
the Schedule to this Art. shnll by
virtue of this Act. of transferred
to and vest In the Corporation
without further assurance
(31 Until the appointed day
such person shall Weep and main-
tain suib natural gas plant in as
an efficient condition as thereto-
fore
(4) When the property in
anv natural gas plant Is vested In
CorporaUon in accordance
with the provisions of this sec-
tion, the corporation shall pay
thereto] compensation ns herein-
after provided.
(5) Compensation payahle
under this section shall. In de-
fault of determination by agree-
ment, be determined by arbitra-
tion
(6) The provisions of sec-
tions fifteen to twenty, both
amendments by the Council.
landslides were common in that
part of the country and a landslid
might well close the Assure am
thai source of supply would end.
The Government had told the
lirih.-h Union Od Company that
they were unable to guarantee
any protection in case someone
In bured and tupped their pU
supply, but In the same hrcult
they had said that the) them
selves were going to take over
a liability against which they
were unable to guarantee some-
body else.
That was a bad form of states-
manship. The British Union Oil
Company had a limited number of
experts here who could deal with
any accidents to the gas well. If
anything happened, because of
liaison with Tiiiudiid leasehold-
Ltd.. they would be able to get
m help and the necessary apparatus
Government had no apparatus
lor did they have any expert 01
pparatus to deal with any acci
dent to the gas well After what
had happened with Trinidad
LeaM-hoUls ill their negotiation.
nmont over Mother
matter he did not imagine that
Director, of Trinidad Leose-
holdn would be too anxious to
loon ilnn apparatus to this Gov-
aTnrnenl when thej were in -
dilemma of this sort
-i i'.dii......t Gamble
Hon. Dr. Mossiah also pointa*
out that as was the case In othei
the cost of gas wi
based upon that of fue] oil At
present this was fairly high. If
fuel oil became more substantia
in Barbados through the activities
of another country, then the prle
would drop and so would the pric<
of natural gas. The Governmcir
would then be in a very illfflcul'
financial condition.
They had discovered in thei'
investigations that it was going t<
coat the taxpayers of this islanr
one million to one million and i
quarter dollars for a gamble. He
thought that even til this late hoi-
Government ought to '
to reach an agreement with th'
B.U.O.C
The llon'ble the Lord BUhoi
explained thai he had been ur
able to attend more than a singU
meeting of the Select Conunltttrl
and had asked to be allowed i
consider its report as an ordinary
member of the Council.
The Council deleted seclion It
of the Bill that read:
15 The Governor-ln Bx*
Committee may give to the Cor
poration such directions of a ger
oral character as appea
what's on To-day
Court of (.rand Sessions
continue at 10 a.m
Inquiry into fatal accident,
resulting hi death ol
Moat* Lewis In Black
Rock Road on Muiiday.
continue* at I p.m. before
Mr. H. A Talma
The Mobile Cinema lives
show at lwlliers 1'lanU-
tlon yard. Christ ( mm Ii.
at 7,34 p.m
The roller Band, under the
direction uf tap:, t i
Kalsiiii gives a concert at
DUtrlrt "I* Police Hta
Uon at 7.45 p.m.
Mr. Robert Turner, newly
appointed Colonial Secre-
tary of Barbados, arrives
today by S.S "Bonaire"
ASSIZE DIAKV
WEDNESDAY. Nov. ?!>
No. S I v Wendell Kini
Nes. 13R v Leon Taylor
PfQv ISR v (IMi... Held
TIII'RSDAY. Nov l\.
No. 3S~R v Richard
Green
At the first tlgn of acidity, tuck
two Kennies. m after (be other.
A. they motet, ihnr antadd
ingredient* art earned by your
own vihva straight to where
tlicy're needed in your sionuch.
DlaOoauxirl ^ftcr meal* need
never worry you again, if you
carry few Rennies i hey' re
wrapped" tcnaratcly like iweets)
in your p>K-aei or handbag.
If they don": bring you relief,
It's lime you saw your doctor.
Get Remuci at any chemist.
taliiiES
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to th
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They'll Do it Every Time
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Bv Jimmy Hatlo
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