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PAUr KICHT BA AOVOCATI. THURSDAY. NOVK.MBER JO. lUu IN K ni\ DOCTOR DIA1DES WILLIAMS CASE naaa* OOROEOU8 OUHBIE MORAN. ,*.n b.r.. hu cU.ined her MM tdlad panUt. for L.oprll .kin one. Hal pintle, made bI famoui. BEVIIS '--/mm I. Thai noes OM %  I Institution %  "HU U veniment cannot accept as basis a set of proposals which have repeatedly been declared kinaocepUMe H occupying pouri and to the (in ni %  bj ITS 'li 1 Opt lik.the Soviet proposal Is overs .1 much too restricted Ik-Id (ienii.ni problems, though very important are only part of what would have lo be discussed at any useful (our power meeting "Mere words unsupported by deeds must not be allowed to induce us to jeopardise the social, economic and defensive position which we have I,mil up for the free world at the present time. "Ever since the Soviet proposal was read we have been in continuous consultation with the French and United States Governments and I am glad to be able to announce thai we have agreed upon the desirability of a meeting of officials of the three powers next weak la Paris to consider OUT detailed replies to the Soviet note and to examine possibilities for fruitful discussions with th Soviet Government." defined the position • %  the Britain OovtrnnMBt in thi matter as one not of blind acceptance but of constructive approach to problems. "In view of the present world situation it peralive that the free world should not allow itself to he deviated from its Hi st task of strengthBnlnf its social, economic and military defences. His Majesty's Government are in agreement with the U.S. that if aggression were to take place in n time would have to take place as last as possible and that means that Western Germany must be involved, if Western Germany i to be defended. il seems to us only fair and reaamabU that the people of Western Germany should help in theii own defence "Some people are naturally ...u.i i iboul rearming German* %  o aoon altii the and of the war and the is ol Germany are strong!) opposed to the creation of a German general htaff and German army on the old model. "We have therefore agreed with the Americans that any ( contribution to ttta western Europe must be m form ol units of an integrated Atlantic force". Refer ring to the French pro posal for a European army to Herman units Devin said: We (aai that this would only deluy the building up of European defences". %  'We bold the view that the : rabdi proposal is too limited Ir cope. In i A Europe Is not' 11 one enough ei at praatnl dlvi%  od It is no) stand h. iitaK "This great conception at an Atlantic community is one which Dt to bring about. This %  -ion of 12 equal and indepen%  111! till and rw tfowtn •itig mo*l • of. the ti. %  I Europe anc" workuiL In urmonj with thej i ir>s ami | eat nan force it .he world N'evci ":.;. u II it is the wish %  i the Fie'. Oovanunaal or i : nj othci OoVO m manl in Europe. lo proceed i<> examine the possi| i :hty of formlni a European 'irmy as part of an integrated I force for the dafanea of Europe. the Brltlah Oova r nma-nt will not. %  tand In the "1 appeal tn tiie FIVIKII let U get on We are .inxiou iclay The situation In II Panties Do Not Make Tennis Girls Stars NEW YORK TAKE it from Elizabeth Ryan feminine tennis is a bore and no silk-tared pant itgal is ever going to take the place of real tennis as played by men. young gal said this you th. might attribute it to jealousy but '.I* Ryan has played in morecoun.ries in the last 40 years and won more titles than any bod > male or female. Sn* has won 19 Wimbledon Klaa. tive USA. champtonshlpa, :une singles titles in the United States. Mexico, Russia. Italy, Au — HI rranoa, ('/.echcsiovakia. England and Ireland, and 22 doubles titles In various countries around the world. Now she is heading for Puerto Rico at the behest of the government to teach the young down Uiere how to swing a racquet And since she has played with and against the best women and men [ilayers in the world for !U year:., we may agree that she knows .thereof she speaks Listen to i • samples. Only Glamour "Gorgeous Gussle Moran may have glamour in her short pants iir men-and she surely has a )>eautiful figure—but she knows nothing about tennis." About those lace-edged panties —what does Mia> Ryan Udnk d ul them. And Miss Itynn who till is only a svelte 12a pOUnda iys lirml.v 'I don't rare what hey wear )ust so ihey can reallv day tennis." Liz says the best woman player >he wrld nas ever seen was the rrenoh gal—Suzanne Lenglenint. she added, any sixth rale man %  i.in have beaten her "Susanna," she said, "had b dride about a foot and a hall loiigi-r than any other woman (layer. When I wns playing against icr | quarter century ago she OUld always get to the net IW ne of my fan ci est irop ihoti no natter how good it was." Not So Gettd "Helen Wills': Very Hue. miecd, for a woman, bul nut so ;ood as Suzanne at her best." Liz surprised us by saying that he thought Paneho Baguia aotu•liy has more sex and I I p I*al than norgeous Gun %  w •>plle his bow legs" She ,i is a pleasure to watch his drop hots. He has a marvellously ieiicnto touch and he | ing power." She seemed hesitant about laming the beat maio player she lag ever seen Hui she old say hat Bill Tildoi probably had i.tore shots Ihan any oficr ulayT. Howeve. -.1 %  .Ion Hodge probably Wi>g :. • % %  n of chanipi %  Budae." he said, "was slightly terrlllc." Li/, frankly admilled that lh tali today BUCO M Louise trough and Alice M. rbhhad i iMl'ei -ei v :i than the slars %  l hi v -And." she added sniilTigiy H DMJ an not hampered by long skirts. In f.n t. they all ciuered at all She ano confided (hat gurgeou^ Gussle. through cnrioi lenMn te Is going to make more dough hi m> own partlwilai' UIXIU, { ranking ba u %  I he ccursei sre such characters .own ; > and aonm i. aid have been i ced to th. nans ago). So today Tin glad to pay tribute) 10 the & ,.; ii d i promote] Ved Broadribh i.o J.i.K Solomons. Ibb manages th %  eight pi Johnny %  villiams Solomons proposed to :;e Willian. .IJ nn t j tough young Ammean heavywalgnt, George K | Gardner bill on November 14. There*) only tie question of Williams'* eyes. One was cut against Pat Comlakey That one was re-upetuM and the i I %  : ,' <• %  %  I.I!'..! ' .1. Today Wiilia.ns has a bad scar under his right eye and %  terrible one under his lefl They've even talked about scraping Johnny's cheek bones— \ Inch are deli and peculiarly shaped—or of doing a plastic |ob on his face l n the meantime a fighter has to eat. Wise Thiiii: But boxing is graauall, davalcping something of a coi.'clence, even though no one has yeg been able to chisel a percentage out of OS And Broodnbb and Solomon i are doing a v.: Wuuasnj is to be taken to in '-dial chosen by Teddy Waltham. secretary of the British Boimg B .u i of fi '.' %  i He will be accompanied l H Broadrlbb And the dilemma wil 1 then be the do. t This may seem the logical thing' —but how long has b"> logical? It may eeeen ihg ty has too often fled from the rttag as is a sign of U —a sign that the mm erh ai.d On bi l there mu.M bl I in-nevcdenco In n apart whlcs iln co—hat in mount of public upposltion • %  .I. for once, thi? %  • Appalled ,'.ie arc i-,..niii, „ i|N.rts watchers, ratfiti thanactlvn i nave ban appalled bv "f a sports-mad youngaaar doing his time ax a National .-.ei. K. in.in He write* I have )ust finished doing ..' little boxing training, by myself.) on what was supposed to be a i i moon ha had thai to say of the %  | ithj erfaloh peivades a "crack" n iroenl In the Brltlah Army:— i do 'inn). :ii:it a i u itaga of the blame Uee with the £ i-co-operative spiril ol the |p8 theti I 1 have Oven known fellows to %  %  %  of I it.>li sport has to rely on the radii • terdaj in anottwr port of bis letter my coiraspondenl makaa this htttor mpUlnt:— "One would think that in the Army, or the Forces in general. there would he. as publicised, an abundance of opportunities for the sports-minded But how wrong %  van In this regiment ihave %  riumber of football i utae—but no bladders. %  The result two matches How on oorlh can haps supposed te he UH pofti [tan ol tocnorrosi nvi in nmch; i eded prad tee and expark 1* the lack of playing i iporting equipmen; reallv underi: rnnx the tradil i f taking part In sport? I hone fkn •' %  i jhajentlal Ii iroing out of our iiake-up.—!* %  .. LOOK YOUR BEST '•UTS Cool. >,%* D D.T. l Jr(r. medium and small stxaTlns IIU,I:JI i HAKII tunr ORAM.V COMES TO THE EMPIRE FRI. 1st EXTRA EXTRA CRADLE OF L1BFRTY" in Terhnlrolor "BEACTY AT WORK" (Marrh of Time) APT DESCRIPTION LONDON COLNEY. Hertlurd hire, England.— '.lust to be topcat" i town councillor suggested hat n new dead-end street herein, uli be named "Korea Cut." *CF) The Weather TO-DAY sun I;I.. mi i :.i Sun SeU: 5 36 p m Moon (Last Ousrter) Do. i-in 11-1 '£ Llghllm: 6 00 p m llllh Waler: M 13 am. 7 In p ni 1UTU1M1 i; %  mi. in (Codrinclon) 47 Ins Total lor .Month to \eolrrday: Ii || Ins Trmpcrature (Max > Hi 5 r icmii. i.tturr (Min ) 73 J E Ulnd %  19 am* E: 13 p m ) i: s I Wind \>I.MUV 7 mil., p,, hour Karomelrr: (9 am ) MMl; :i p m M Ht* >fV hat's on To-day S.M Bonaire is expected to arrive at 9 a.m. when Mr. Robert Noel Turner, Colonial Secretary of Barbados ull| arrive to lake up this post Court of (iraaM Seaslons ronHnaea at 10 am. The St Michael Vestry meets at 2 i.m and will sign certificates or a lawui for '. %  :.: %  '"> borrowed under authority of St Mlchuel> I'arlsh Loan Act. 1948. 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THUBSDAY, NOVEMBEfi (ft, Uttv IIARI \DOS ADVOCATE r\(.i IHKI.I:. 'The Old Gfrfa' font .uit.-r.'W burnt v— 'Arris,' snr i QV,'we'll paint a/I the 'oi(% herrics blue (his year.'" londun Entreat Ssrtfee B.G. Murder Unsolved iPrM Out u-n tnmMo4r>ii GEORGETOWN. B.G. Nov. 24. The Jury in the Ulvcrston murder trial, after deliberating for about two hours on Thursday at the Berbkce Assizes, returned a verdict of "Not Gulltv" in favour of accused Edward McGregor. Ho WM howeve r ds4alned I as there is another charge of murder against him for the Princess McGregor, adopted daughter <>r flop Edward IdoungOC HU charged' with murder in e Florence Mc-' Gregor 50-ye.ir-old wile % %  >'. the brother of the accused btWMP February 8 and 9 this year. The dead body of Finland that of her adopted daughter Princess were found In their home. inversion Village, Corantyne, Berbice. h;, I % %  bodies carried seve-ai viclr.us wouBda Edward McOnflOr and another nan Leopold Huricquin tried by a jury in the preview session when Harlequin acquitted and the Jury failod to agree over McGregorAfter the Jury returned (hi venlicl, Presiding Judgv Mr. Justice E. R. L. Ward told IfcOnsjar that he could not be discharged as there is still another murd-r charge against him in ooonsotfon with the child. "I do not suppose that It will be proceeded with, because It is on the same evidence on which the Jury have acquitted you. In another day or two the necessary steps will be taken to enter a nolle prosequl. Butterfte Gaoled For Assault ad<-nl> KINGSTOWN, St. VINCEN l\ Nov 2K. For the whole month H ber. St. Vincent hn* been having unseasonably heavy showers of rain. On Friday nJfhl la I %  > hetW) downixmr started which continued all through tha night mid all Saturday, liKhtening into a driziUoecasMoalb %  ceasing completely. Heavy showers fell again on Sunday. Up to the present DC damage has been reported 3RD TIME ON TRIAL FOR KILLING KINGSTOWN Si \ Nov. 2H. Alfred Williams, aged 25. will .1 f.ir the third HUM HI Criminal Assizes for having caused the d> Andiew Charles by shooting on the 24th of July, 1948. at Richmond Estate i Twenty-four Years At Sea STANLEY MAKVM.I.E. 46. has %  Captain o( the Go\iinmcnt Ciaft lllf UP the ranks %  1 his career 24 years ago as a deck baud to the water boats. Bome years elapsed before be All lie A B fi>i .iniither i promoted to bout Rapid promotion followed. He :i maul attar one year's service as a boatswain and two months ago he was called to act M.' hiid tinofloa of mate for only live years. military 1.1Fhirt and cap without in iUf< nations, and tma tie,. Ulb pi.i'ing with a worn eoi r i ol Gi-orge I, Captain ".; poke "i hu car i II i ..a ./ : around hi felrtad the I • %  %  routine enl craft la Bay to supply ships 1th wat 11 agad to t.ik.sehonners under from the Bay Into UM and to assist In the putting out of ilres near the %  During the last war. little sat:i>li|iil up In Marvllle's almost uneventful wn life. Ho accompanied the craft on the few bat were made in search "vivors off Barbados and on -.hen the CorntralH* was n tha Bay. Bui Ml most strenuous Job. he said, JUS on the relief trip made •'.• during lha hurrlcaHO warnings this yen tha aDhoonsT fiiiiip D which v of the waveoff Black Hock "I love tin* %  aal Bbsoa 1 beeame I have l>con making mv living through the sen." he said. 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I'M. I IIHK BAKBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAV. NOVEMBER M, ttSO BARBADOS fi|AU\tMTE t. ^ 1 1 'WHAT IS i.OIM. OX? Thurs.l.iv Novrmhcr 30. 1950 St, Andrew'* llav Si ITSMEN the world over will be celeSl Andrew's D:i> variety of myi it was In tinmiddle of ihe Eighth Century that St. Andrew became the patron saint of Scotland and CM twelve hundred years November JO observed as the national day of Scotland St. Andrew remains to the Scot what S I h OTga is to the Englishman. It is ,. tribute to the Scottish people that the enthusiasm with which they celebrate their national day has infected peoples in every part of the world where Scotsmen live. Secret MCtatiN HIKMafl Othl I ISA tions which commemorate St. Audi. R 'i Day, are evidence of the universal observance of the occasion. In Barbados where the dour Scot was to Ufound among the first settlers, the masonic fraternity observe with appiopuate ritual and rousing enthusiasm the Feast of St. Andrew. ; The Scottish Community in this island, of which some are descendants of the original settlers and others new arrivals, celetfa gwto it public functions the day of their patron saint. Biblical history tells the story of the Christian Apostle and brother of Simon Peter born at Belhsaida who had been a disciple of St. John the Baptist and was one oj the lust to follow Jesus. Tradition lelutes that he preached in Asia Minor and became the pa Iran, saint of Russia. He was believed to have been crucified at Patras on a cross, not of the type of Golgotha, but rather in the shape of an "X". To-dny that figure represents the blue cross which is the background of the Union Jack, the national Hag of England. Here it is that St. Andrew has his connection with and influence on the Scout Movement, the greatest organisation in the world catering to the uplift of youth. Scottish legends, of which there are many, state that the relics of St. Andrew were brought under supernatural guidance from Constantinople to the place where the modern St, Andrew's stands. The oldest stories state that relics were brought by Regulus to the Pictish King, Angus Macfcrgus, but there are good reasons for supposing that the relics were taken by Accra, Bishop of Hexham, from among his collection to Piclland and he founded a See on the site of St. Andrew's. Terhnirnl .%ssisini*IT must bring the greatest satisfaction to the peoples of the Caribbean area to hear from the Netherlands Co-Chairman of the Caribbean Commission that one of the main items for consideration at the Curacao meeting is the technical assistance which the Commission may render for the promotion and prosperity and welfare of the area. It has been said, time and again, and expressed in the reports of investigating bodies over a period of years that the economy of the West Indies could be greatly improved by the establishment of industries. In answer to this suggestion it was stated that the lack of industrial power on any vast scale had been the reason for the absence of attempts to launch industries. For many years there was also complaint that the prices paid for raw material produced In these colonies did not bear true relation to the price of the manufactured article All these were contributory factors but tha Conuniai Ion has now put its Anger on another cause of the absence of industries. Research work and technical knowledge ntials in the launching or developmef. of industries. And in the case of the Caribbean it is necessary that the greatest caution be exercised in order that the industries so launched satisfy markets in the area rather than over-reach themselves by competing against industries in the great industrial centres of the world. The Caribbean Commission has made Contributions to the Welfare of the ana. The supply of technical assistance is another direction in which that body can render another and < of SUIr. ^>* il,. thin* which ran b, il fcr donr' lo rrmotr Red (Inn. fear* thai (ll Ihr I I jml UNO hWf ullrr|,.r JMlfl M Mdiiihiiri.: .mil | ,1 u Arthur* Kunm \ lll h Ihrr.lrn China'* uw of the tr.mlirr powrr (l.tm along Ihr Ulu lltvrr. vlUI lo M M ,,,.-!.„ in.lu-li l 0) HnUin ha* suar.ird that j *> out might br found b> Hrllini up a hc-dt-r n.> mj.n Vl.mil J drrp drmiliUrr<*tl /our luarantrrd b> I NO a) A I hlni -. (ammuiil.1 mtaiton: wld lo br bound for UNO. b rrportrd \„ hvnj |H^„ hrld up by wraUirr on Ui wa> lo I'ragur It may U> Ihrrr a frw day. for a Comlnforni nv-rlinr Thrn H la rxpritrd to II) lo Nr \ nrfc B As a background to id. %  rvrntu which ban rr awakrnrd fear* ihjl thr h'l.jn Ukur m*> bvcomr a wldrr .onllr'J — Page F*Vl WHAT IS GOIM. i)S ftkilMii prmrnu to-day a nrv map i the Far East trouMr spot.(Vawn by llally Ixprrs* arti-i JOHN HOIILr. || ,, inlrrprrU-.. befcN b> Koiti.i: i JK-.SU ;\T TIBET N D I A ?\p 1 Wi O 3C . ,., t !" ^/* f KSD f JrVHttnmn — # '* ~ — But Heavy Ilombers Can Cover THE ln.i-up ol Communists und ii-Comiituiiisis in thiFar Katt toe* like this:— In Korra the Unlt.-d Nations Ban deploy seven Ualb OlvWoiia (iK>ut iflo.ooo men). seven South Korean dlvislona (iibout 100.000 men), and 20,000 Commonwealth and other troops. Ham i abo %  vust auperkn^ I anund sea |wer. And the hole of China Is within easy heavy bomber runge. AjnUut these forces (ire 60,000 Nora Koreans, perhaps 100,000 Chinese "volunteers." and some thousands of Kiierillas. In reserve in Chine-.M.mrhuria. but i,.t necessarily available or equipped bet, ;.re Sim.OOO Itrd soldKOKMOSX mese mission on >>•. mj to New York says it will discuss only Formosa Two days after nvasion of South Korea •warty live months ago the U.S. Seventh Fleet took up positions < MII Formosa from assault l>v the Chinese Communists. On Ihe Island are 400,000 Chinese %  i Legally Formosa is still Japan,-, in i ,iui-y—until a peace treaty h.i> been signed with Japan. After that it was due to go back to I II HONG KONT. 3 It Is all quiet today at HMagThem All lly lloberf .tVssel Kooc Ilrltish Crown Colony since 1841 (and in 355 square miles of Chinese mainland opposite, o:i lease to Britain till 1997. Ona lintish policeman and a Red guard stand at the land frontier of Hed Chtaa Behind the policeman. One British division, the Royal Navy, ""i fighter and bomber aircraft Hou at Okinawa and the Philippines. Behind the Ittfd Kuurd: Smallish luiitiniieiits ol scattered Chinese eastern army groups, 400.000 all told INDO.CHINA -I l:ni(h poition in I ndoCataS) after tour jpeara* fighting Is grave. They hav 150,000 regular soldiers, budly needed for I .t home, and 60.000 troops belonging to Vietnam —most important of Indo-Chlna's three States associated In tho French Union. The Vietnam Government, whlcfa enjoys limited home rule, would not be sorry to sec tho Franco depart, but hates and fears the Communists more. Over 80.000 CommunUUdomiDated rebel troops (one third the rhtni.ii control the north-east cornet of Indo-Cliina to a depth htl and parts o> ilu* coastal zoin'nunelm: Ited control of the Vital rice bowl, and easy access to Burma and Siam. Across the fruitier in Chlni ere 4011.000 Red HkbV could be used against Burma an<* l nl 1 1 poorl> equipped, scattered, and have %  "'' If Mipport. BURMA 5 Over 6uu aulai of common frootlei seuaratiConmiunlai China from Barma The Hols look enviously %  ( Hurma'a rich Mtores of nee, rubber, end tin. Economically Burma was trippled by World War 11 i'olitu,il|i |( i.. immature an. iraglle. Geographically it hai wide tracts of mountain ana jungle which cannot be policed, and two good roads—built in th war—which lead Into China. These roads el M h V 1 gtcallj, into Bart na TIBET 6 Red invasion of Tibet ma. have been timed to make up for Red frustrations iA*er K' and Formosa. Invading Chinese forces were m from western a groups, strength 35O.0O0 — L.E.S Our Header** %y: To Ihe Fdlfor. The Advocate— anUj Hopper 1 a retired overseer who on a pension of J3000 per month is being mtoietered to by a cook, a nouastnaid and 1 maber Tnel he oeanrg gtva u Li balp em boUday on pay because his wife cannot cook and he is too decrepit from over... rk to help in the house work, foi all or which he places the blame on aaatend .Vs .1 visiting Canadian it has al..,i>:. IMHII a pn//lc to ine why tluteitneri la Barbados, who ouuveto each relaa>ar* amaU tracla of land, should need over%  een Surelj the ten manage to supervise the growing of sugar Dane 0B theil I 111 the same way that farmers in 1 England ITOW wtteet and other .,., (,, m3 frequently much larger than any here Ol course on some of tho JOB r.madian wheat f.nn. the whole of Barbados, thev do have foremen but even these are kept to a minimum. Undoubtedly there la n l*'r should do the bo tent of the value of the sales. It while the cook was on holid would be necessary of course to and h ^' 'he half day m insure that the value of Imports should cook tho mid-day m did not exceed the value of ex' "" sorry that Mr Hop. poiis 111 the various currency should have UUnan BU areas, as England would not then lion in such bad |mr aflei ! %  available to make up anv be did Bat fn lelp deficits or to guarantee any ENGLISH HOUSEWIFE credits us she does now. This 25th November 1QM would probably mean quite a bit of lightening up of belts and Privr Cnnlml undoubtedly a lot of cutUng down n,n on linrurlee and nonessentlals. but The Editor. The Adrocate at that I am sure that those BarSIR. -Kindly allow me lo inba,,i ;T s a hu so L di Uk '' England peel to the pnee -Control [1 would rind it a chcapprice to pay apectois" for protect roe' •naomlj l l 0PS* M >f*j roup 01 hewkerl arho sell theft might even start the idea of havKl>mis tD0V< lhl s ,,„ rill ^ %  l *y.. lo eal iiiduateiee toebaed BlV( tln S^^£ ,' tiler ,]„.,„ fll „ Dananag 1 -,., | ,,.,,,„ and „,„ •i. if depending so much places to supply practically thing that L< consumed or used here. Anyway such an arrange"JJJ h -bchcouled at 3 for 1 menl would remove the cause of all the bad feeling against EngPeart 10 cents ami 12 •'ts3 ^r* isc* p er I am a hncpeyer and thereto, Finially as a visitor might I pream entitled to ton* OtectloD sumo to make one suggestion lo 1 uncereij ; ,sk tiiaj ,1 eemptJfn assist In encouraging tourists, prohe .started against the*, elded that U economically Indechargers and District Pun pendent Barbados still wanted Unions be set up to them. Barbados has only two asing u few imprisoned. Fine im%  ete froni the tourhtte' point of iH.ainj; iii never stop ovcr. a healthy climate and a charging or mil %  1. bathing beach! I %  is at, encouragement! neither of tbeao can Barbadians |fr f A ii^hup and Col. hake any credit bttt OB tin %  helm may give talks on methlhy are doing their utmost to ode of trapping these peei rum both of them Your papOl hai OVEKCHAKGE11 cuimpaigned serlou'lv tor %  1 leaner 1 iwn end II sun Shop Ii~i,u,iii but why Btop there with the in Id inowlh of population here "LJJ* cd 0 '. The Advocate— %  nils sanitation peeMem ell Mlt.—While 1 h ,*te n to conover the huand %  delephi| UnKi-aui.ae ti, Wages Bo;rd for less this situation is faced and ho P AaSistante il Bridgetown. 1 haadaed, thle healthy olunate may Jf* fasten to ai>peai for somo not be able to withstand all the •"" of help for the Shop n human efforts to destroy it and an i?. n the cour.Uy dUtricti the problem of over population may be aolved In a very unhappy nwinner. J. B. METWICK. Hastings. No* 26. 1930. Church. Holiday* Be shops and First Aid storm in the comi% % %  thai ahould 1-. eovemed under the same board. eWng from 8 o'clock or 1 g*t only J1.0C %  week, end ere aver is years as compared with the newly proposed scale In | Advocate. gory What can |1.0Q of do for a poor girl who has to %  refor herself they only get three or to To The Editor, n %  1 letter has no holfdi bearing whatever on the pre" K >> D ous correspondence. 25th November, 1950. To Break Soviets Grip lie Pirrr J. Iluss LAKE SUCCESS. N.Y., A movement is developing at the United %  Ijruak the Soviet Union's grip on %  mmunist leader Mao Tse-Tung by .-onvincing him Russia slyly is keeping him mt of the U.N. instead of seeking his Ion. Top-level delegates to the current assembly ire toying nrttfa tlu? idea of hammering this IUHI hnnhl ha Mao by direct and mdittct Mltactaj demonslratuig at the same time in -very possible way that the Soviet Union 'topes to keep him subservient by continued E xc lusion from the world organization. Ales Bebler. Chief Yugoslavian delegate %  .nd President of the Security Council during Novatnber, has told International News Ser'. H • and into the Western camp. However, ways and means could be devised by ihe West to establish direct contact with Mao or to get at the Chinese people behind the bamboo curtain. A high-powered propaganda campaign conducted through all possible mediums, including Assembly and Security Council speeches aimed at Asiatic cars, could have tremendous effect in Banking Mao sit up and pay attention. The keynote of each statement from noncommunist delegates would be that Russia is bamboozling Mao and is keeping him out of the U.N. This thought was stated openly to the 60-member political committee by John Postal Dulles in giving support to Tsiang's proposal that the U.N. investigate Russia's grip on Mao. In any can, must Western delegates feel that they have everything to gain and to lose. Mao might crack in the long run—or perhaps the Chinese people, supported by millions of guerrillas, will crack Russia's grip on China for him.—I.N.S. D. V. SCOTT & CO., LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIALS %  t THE COLONNADE Tin* LETONA PEACHES Bottle* STRAWBERRY JAM But tin ALI.SOPI'S BEER Usually NOW .. $ .37 33 .SI .30 .20 .20 ttnd PRESERVES we offer the following HOWRAN CUVRALL. 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TUl'BSDAV, NOVKMBKK 311, 1950 BARBADOS ADvOC.VTK 23-Year-Old Found Guilty Of Causing Grievous Bodily Harm AX ASSIZE JURY yesterday found 23-year-old Wendell Kin^ ol Gibbon's Bogies. Christ Church, guilty of causing Hiievcus bodily harm to Alma Callender on June 8 with Intent His Honour, before postponing sentence, asked Sgt. Howard to make investigations as to where King was employed and find out if there was anyone who would speak on his behalf apart from his father. King was charged on alternate counts of Inflicting grievous bodi1 ly harm with Intent and unlawfully and maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm Mr J SB I >ear appeared on behalf of King. Mr. W W. Reece. K.C.. Solicitor General, prosecuted for the Crown. I The !,.iv f,.r the F | was that Alma Cai lender went for walk on the luaht of June 8. I had to limit her walk because clouds in the sky. When Found Guilty Of Receiving Stolen Goods SENTENCE un Clifton Raid was postponed by His Honour the Shu Chief Justice. Sir Allan CoUymort of rain ..„ when a pent jury found him guilty 'she turned back to go home she at the Court of (..rand Sessions saw King who 'made ii^-i'x" a: yesterday uf having receivedi her. She objected and King restoiai property sometime between j sorted to violence August 30 and 31 this year. Reld j On the other hand the Defence was charged on two counts, lari tried to prove that King caught ceny of cigarettes and %  sugar bag i Callender stealing fowls from unhlcii were the property of one der his father's cellar. She came Miller who owns a shop la Chapman's Lane, and on the count OB which he was found guilty. The case fur the Prosecution was conducted by Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C. Solicitor Oeucxal. Reld was noi represented. The Prosecution's case was that Reid entered Miller's shop which was kept by Rita Phillips. Reid. sometimes known as Bent Foot, has a deformed foot and footprints about the shop were seen which were similar to prints which such n foot would make. Reid told Phillips in the presence of a witness, Orman Scott, that he had the cigarettes and would pay for them. Reid called no witness** but told the Jury that someone else had taken the cigarettes. Before he left the dock, the Chief Justice told him that he was lucky that he was not found guilty on the flrst count. First Witness First to give evidence, Rita Phillipof Chapman's Lane who takes care of a shop there for one Miller, said that on August 31 she closed the shop and went to bed. About 4 a.m. on the following morning she heard a window of the shop on the eastern side being shaken. She was nut very suspicious on this account and went to bed. She awoke again about 6 a.m. and saw more Unix lhan usual in the shop. When she went in a window was opened. She noticed footprints in th %  shop and missed three cartons of cigarettes and a sugar bagReld came there that day and lold her that he had stolen the cigarettes and would pay for them. He told her w*ne one had sent him for them. He also asked her what was the price of them. Onnan Scott was there at the time. Miller came on the following morning and she told him. She knew Reid well. There was a hole In the paling. Cordon Skeete of Suttle Street and proprietor of the Montgomery Social Club there, said that on August 31 Reld came into the Club and asked him If he would buy some cigarettes from him. He told him he would and he returned later with two cartons and 15 packs of cigarettes. The price agreed was five dollars, but he (Skeete) wanted to deduct some money Reid owed him and Reid did not agree and took them away. Accused of Theft He returned later that day at the club and later Orman Scott came and called him. accusing him of having stolen cigarettes. He told Scott t. ,ome some other place and talk it over. Orman Scott of Chapman's Lane laid that on August 31 he examined the shop which Phillips kept and saw footprints. He had known Reid from school days and knew he had a deformed fool. The footprint*! corresponded with prints such a foot would make. Scott then corroborated I'hlllin-' evidence about Reld having come and told her he had stolen the cigarettes. PC Eric King said that on September 1 he went in Chapman's Lane at Phillips' shop t invest!gate a case of brcakim: ing. A window on the eastern i Id* seemed to have been tampered with and there was an Indentation beneath a bolt on the wind Later In the day he saw Held al the C.I.D. and he was charged PC. Emerson Yearwnod corroborated King's evidence about i-d and told the court th;it Reid mads a vqluntarv Maiement. RIlOO Brown? told the court that he h..n Black Rock road -with th. | Mr. J. E. T : and drivtn by Afford Broome. Full Support ••• I as I am thai the Commission can and should play an active role in the co-ordination and direction of all efforts %  ity of the Caribbean \< 1 11 ie.il ;%• sutnnce I pladga the mil support oi the Netherlands Section in this imIHirtant Held. Anothci uuk awaiting I I Its piesenl meeting is the hxinn ol the budget for 1951 I fc-l that the budgelai • I sion.. which will ensue will prove to he useful from many a point of : %  IU furnish the Commission with an excellent occasion to review as completely as possible its past and present activities and I" draw %  i anlli'lti picture of future possibilities. After four years it should be possil I' i tafci Itoeh and to decide with great .lie when the Commission net ,, -.,', %  %  when on the contrary, H ma) have %  hewn H tendenrs to over' %  e the opu of many others that the Commll i\ may ciajm much to ils credit and I hope that during this meeting we will grasp the occasion to establish very clearly our future course in order that the Commission's usefulness may be still further enhanced, and vote the Minis necewary for that purpose CLERK WINS "YOUK GUESS" Mr. Darcy Holder of Ifeaara. f Harrison and Co.. Ltd was the winner of the 'Evening Advocate's llfth "Your liue-s" competition which closed yesterday morning He guessed correctly that the photograph was the the roof of the porters' lodgat the General Hospital There were over l did not t-. %  J iT ii> Son..inought It was a bell foi religious worship at places like %  •Buckingham Methodist Church". "Grace Hill Church". %  Church 01 God". "St. Bartholomew's Church" and the "Nazarene Church" One competitor called it the bell over the "Savannah Club", while Othsj thought it was "Glendalr> Bell" Two other compelitifs who did not want to commll th*H %  •< Ivisaid It was "A bell in Its slind a building" and "an andenl P] lUatian Bell". Some of the other entries were ".. %  i ,,i, \ .,... I . F Bel on lira Brigade Station", "a belfry", "a bell on a M-iiii-splnwheel on top 'if %  church", "a Curfew Bell". "Bell on House top, Queen's ]' i ]'.1 ..' V. i tery". She was mentally i kept repeating that a had lewd her by pulling her out of the water. He sent her to the Cencral Hospital The Injuries on her hand and on her thigh could have been caused by the use of a sUck. The tenderness over the abdomen was probably due to blows with a fist. The other Injuries could have been caused by a blunt instrument or by a fall The mental confusion seemed to be caused by the resulting pain of the blows she had received. Rones Broken Dr Gale said that Alma Callender was attended to by him on June 9 sometime during the day. She had a sling on her Case Adjourned A CASE brought by HuUi nfused and Thomas Harewood of Deacon Mr. Clarke Itoad foi ecuvery of possession of a tenement situated at Magazine Lane and occupied by Hilary Scantlebury which Harewood claimed to have rented to Scantlebury was heard and adjourned until December 14 by Mr. Justice J W B Chenery in the Court of Original Jurisdiction yesterday. Mr fan Gale instructed by Messrs. Hutchinson & Banfield appeared on behalf of Thomas Harewood who alleges that h? sent a notice to Scantlebury to quit the premises by October 31. The case was adjourned a 1 ; Scantlebury is ill and was not able to attend the Court yesterday When hearing resumed nay, accounts of how the Occurred were given l>\ thrtv : sraoM Wrst witness celled Wharton a mason of Joi %  Black Rock. He said th.n (lay November 20 about 0am he was standing near by a man come Gap. He was about four roods from yearwnod Gap and thi .is riding the | • while a motor ear was BsOg up Black Kock Road and Just as the bicyclereached th. of the gap it struck the r:-"oi ear wlin h a Black Rock Road Cycle Crov.es Koad The rider of the Mey/cla wenl o\er to the side of the road. When he looked at the rider he MW > %  >•>! he was stretched out < o the ground after i he motor i.. (traggnd it %  ui.ycle UIOIIK the road which era wit at the time of the aeddent. Another motor car w;i load at the tun,of tlu tl %  gar was driven by Mr Roachford The car that struck •lie bicycle was Mr Brain h it was being driven at 20 to 2J %  I hour on the lafl II d proper side >r the road ,; the direction of Bridgetown. Asked D) tha fireman of tha |UT) Which rida Of the motor COJ S-96. the hirvcle struck. Whartori .aid that the blcj left side f the COT. Aubrey Panurn, inspector ol Highways and Transport, told tisi Ourt that on November 26, in was called to an accident whim '>eeurrrd on Black Roefe 0 teaching ti . led it rfel .• saw the motet %  ai S-*6. An inspection showed that the i.-in of the radiator, ihe right cad lamp and bonnet wen lamaged. Me road-'ested the brakes and found them in food OrtOT When he tested the brake, the road was dry. Chauffeur's IMtlcncc A'ford ttroomc of Low l-m-l. St. Lucy, said he Is employed by Mr. Braneker to dnv u his car S-98 On Sunday November 26, he wa-. driving the car rgc Clarke was slttihif In lhad and this was driven by Mr. KoachfonL a Civil Servant. At the time of the crash the motor oar S-96 was being driven On the left and proper side of the road bout 20 to 15 mllea per hour. TI1K GIFT SHK WILL NEVER FORGET | FRENCH Perfumes • C.UERLAIN. 1.ANVIN. MILLOT. • JKAN PATON C1RO. I.ENTHERIC rare SITS • MAX FACTOR. YARDI.KYS. PONDS • ATTRACTIVE BOXES OF CHOCOLATES FOR THE asms • 1)1 Mill I IMI'KN. COMOV PIPES • l.E VTIIIK WALLETS • t'HROMIl'M CIGARETTE CASES • CIGARETTE LIGHTERS K.NHlll IN LTD Pfc — U nd City Ph.rm.cy Oltilmir* vlr. lw -iiKihl Harris Newhu.1 been iweived in Uie lolouy of the death of Mi Kegii Karrla, in Brooklyn, U.S.A. Reggie Harris, as he was familiarly known was the eldest son of the late Capl. A. I) Harris, and Mrs. Matilda Harris of Culid, st Michael lie served in the B.WJ Itegiment In the First World War. and shortly after being demobbed in IBIS left home for Amen.. He Ix-en resident there for 30 I are, Among those who mourn his loss axe his muuier, his sisters, Mrs. Doris Clarke of the Post Office SUIT, and Miss Audrey Harris, and hi* brothel:. Mr. C, 1> Hams, City Photographer, and Ml Harold Harris, now residing In Trinidad BOILS PIMPLES i of U n4(hlly \rm fun I Clvt i-.'mint (|h Urir 4M. Alm > %  roach, %ll 1. DR. CHASE'S Antiseptic OINTMENT Biscuits and Butter and MARMITE The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food So tay and nopoiiJ for you / Ta%ty because Msrmite S ees thai rub, uppetmng flavDUr. tiood because the 1 vitamins are contained in Msrmite—essential elements to keeping the body lit and free from illncs*. Marmlte is mi a delicious in sandwicheswatch how children love them! —also in soups. stews, gravies and all savoury dishes. 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I'Af.l SIX BARBADOS AOVOCATK TlllT.shAY, NOVEMBER JO. IMP v TV* fl ECO*AU." SCWS THAT MY AUNT US*? TO IMS TO HIMI tT'S LlKt ,jgj /Hj&WWW/if. AT ThK OH^JCE 0-" M*. VAX QQRPe'S ATT QGHEY: MKKIR9V. TWS STC* V S&W9 S ftPPvCOC*'! Z A*\ NOT JT LiBW"' TO TELL MX, WHERE * PPLBSJ 1 MEAT DEPARTMENT | K^J^S^ FUa USTKAI.IAN BUT incliuiinii Steak — Roasl — Stew MITTON CHOPS and SHOULDERS LAMB STEW HAMS : Per 111 81.19 Anisette Cointreau Gilbey Empire Red Port.. Chamberun 11943) Beaujolcae 4.00 Carlsberg Beer .30 Crown Malt .30 Household Requisites Rinno Soap Powder Lux Flakes Hit Chomico Cleanser Vim Cleanser MIn Cream Candles Bath Brick Cakes .53 .15 .24 %  28 .28 .16 .2C .El .22 Peanut Butter and Jams Peanut Butter 55 .35 S'rawberry lam—2-lb 68 Apricot Jam—2-lb -60 Pineapple lam—2-lb .67 Mulon & Ginger lam —2-lb .40 Fig lam—2 lb .S2 Psach Jam — Mb 60 Block Currant Jam —H-lb .80 Juices & Squashes Utona Tomato Juice .34 Brooks Tomato lulce .38 Silver Lecd Pineapple lulce .39 Orange 4 Grapefruit lulce .28 Grape Fruit lulee 23 Orange lulce p 44 Cox Apple lulce SO Rose's Orange Squash .99 ME tSQHii



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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER ;)!>. 1950 CLASSIFIED ADS B\RB\IX>K WVOCATi: PAGt S TELEPHONE 2SOB FOB SAl.1; AUTOMOTIVE CAB—FOrj Freten iBi: Model -n>i 1J.S0B mil.-.id in f.i l ronj.t COURTESY OARAGE n.ji MIO CAR—Vaunhall VeV. under UHD num. .. CXH'RTTSY GARAGE UCIBCAL BLDCT1UC WON—In good to App:> Albert Juidir, Wvell LIVESTOCK COWS—One aure Bird M > P.... -all 10 dan old! One hall bred Jerae* H-Lfcr Calve* 11 da>> old. Highc-lerwmn HKM %  m %  115 E K:\U'.I. :.. rg Front Ul I M#iih_Gap. HJ,eaasbar. DMI 3MU. II*. C*ff %  fTOi IT,,.--. MI PiHLli MIJES AUCTION nmnniu tTRKrn.T06 I*rg vuWty of Cockli tables In M.hogan). Ctdw -ud Blnh. -l-o eaahaany Rimn C Table*. Dinner VYagaona and Dinner Chain., a good choice of aid ab d— d a. I_.rdr H M or .tr.p |( required IBre Your Jeweller, v De LIMA Co LTD.. JO Hroad Street. M llaVOi t'A-.K I-l_VYTN ." .'. |,-| |rt| 1.1 lei N.> M Mil*. AN CUN1TWT SETS—T**t >nur own urine for .u,r ihli .imple can use It 1B0-Sn UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | B ^,i'"? U Si' 0 ".* r * v l I will t11 r^H'" R^"" %  '" %  "VUKWT omrrmi %  > AU..-I on £ .-oS "1. "x*"**' h-i n „ mB •> clock, iinr houaa called 1 oen 1" ^*"* h %  '•>•*•*• ( cta-ed .-.*,,. ar. Drawing and Din tig P.>omi 1 HARBOUR LOG In Carliile Bay Ma II. M v n % %  > %  •, %  %  /, tj womu M Ok, U RNNVM-Ha ^ KU,^ ID Touch with Barb&do* COMUI Station Om$ ad WU.1N, waat li^i r|l IJI ad.iaa ibal thay >an „„ w convmuntcMr g** !"• '""ow,n nip , hrn lfn )hr „ ajdMd . %  _%  %  laua -a,5i "Y*"?^> U ron Ri^hapanw T-.bari*. i OQUn M*nn*t Sdanuera.Trail Tonhand Rwtll P n ,n„. Ba-bl?T Ntdardai. Racanf. Jafuar. Sra Hvttc. L'aviria. SunavM, Badlord fa'l Hal 1 •t g r IBTI %  h hmE* %  nidMn oaran r> ., |> aiJia t nn *MI. Akaroa. Lady lalann. Dran., Sea we 11 HL CHAMBER OF COMMKRCK Cycle Found SHIPPING NOTICES VSK EXl'L.AJN.VnON % %  — %  — %  —1. Ja lona r "E roou*-. I.om D *b Adallna. an tona nH, Cap* "la %  in. from ft -DPA*TIMII lOdflMr, .\oi irai, net c 11-mud. I -ill on*, for aale by Tublie Com ^n r?iA? y ^f^^ ,t T,>K,A "—I aquara raat ol und ..t ruAnuron CONDITIONB OhSAUI TO R AlCllfcH McKENZre. KING8IXY-_a J>a .„„, rVl'lfVHi-" Trtl. daMnbld rMMkaiH-c lacw, .L Il-.IrsillTannla Couitl and !" .um, D ,r %  KiUhrnallr nadkabs. and I, M ...I. j b*... I dirMni nod ai<4 UM al ofnraa 'I t -enam. ioom. Ttl hole .xa. I. 0.1*0 aqu.o, | Bale by public cviiipettlKm |>lda> %  km %  •' 2 ,. %  l-AKHlNdTON A STALV Lucaa Streei Mnr.R riniJiRKN-s PI-^%iiouir Can be aeen il "Alibeville" Oueal Hou*.RH W. M. potier • IIW In PAitKFlf M PENS Now Model. Jual Treat yourwlf 01 lor Xmaa Knliiiir. pftaenK W.11.80m RAIN COATS. HAItt COAT: Al M It eaeh lovely roUrni. m PUatlc lot Ladi-... They are i uteful IUMI eronomk-al Anl would m.* a lovely Xroa. Olfl loo. THAN I HROS PT Wm Men.y Stre-t Dial i in m I c %  01 VBtm MovaaJTrai m** i p > % %  llralnen. Spoom. ilntlar Kmvr Ho.ik Marker*, AO> Tray. Match Ho* Coven Jual the IhlnB to Blve a frMnd m Bill Alas many novrltwi In leather Knight Ltd. 30 I* SO m Th undetMined will art up for aal> MU umea No. 17 High Street anddetown. on Prvday the l-l day ol ! %  % % %  M. 1*:-. .1 i „ ,. 1*0 Pteference Stvatea ot £1. eta, i, 1, ,v Ibirbulix Te|ei>h>nie Co Ltd '0 Ordlnaw Share* of %  each ft Ud. xi I'reletenee *h.tr. ludW DMlTlbU. en iB'dod Limited COTTLB fATFOHD . I %  I II VI . KM \l>. 11, ., oppoaiw f %  h Mh %  of rft. Cheei The land will ha et tin 1 bniblk? competition al our afllca. Jnmr SlieH. Bridgetown, 011 P.id> 1-1 December. IBM, at 1 SO p m Yearwood a Bojce, Sol 1 I B.ll Tib— tn AHIIIVAL8 Bv Prom TH <1 I %  ,• %  1 ...a Mar 1 r %  OaiMAIM Itoben .. i*r..m ST LUCIA lona ar HaHene. %  '1 Ian-F< R \ I A [ D| '.1 Nadfei %  ,' %  ; MAIL NOTICES Kaila for St Lucia, bv the M V Jo^wlU b. ( u*d .1 in,, ornarai PARCFI. A WXilSTKRHt MAII. • p m ,.,, ina rt D^^be.. 1140 BO the IX December. IBM. u M ?"^ r a n '*TUnldad by Hi, ^.i2L 0*"W • %  under PARCEL A RKGISTaaED MAIL al s^tvMivnr&rBTa. cial I'oat Offlra a* under-w^ A ,,C, ? L :, ; ^ • (il8T^ • K^ %  l, OBUMKAaW MA !e./U W Pm ,,W "• -B ^,"'ir tor 1 I"JL M 5 b ,n Sc,, POBt UflKe aa under PARCfaU RnoiSTRHED h OKDINAMV 1 the. . 'II VEUETABLK 8BEDB. — A frerti up ply of all klnda received at Colllni Limited. 12 cent* per package. a It J0 3n XMAS TREK DECURATIONS Spec. diwimiit or 10'. now applying on 1 purchaseof these decoration* Pur limited piiiod only. Be* your lewllem. Y. de Lima CO.. Lid JO. Broad Ktreet. Bridgetown. M> I • 70nRA perfumeil contaumie. DDT. A powerful Iragrtu anltatptlc farmiclde—•kca-llent for the %  Irk loom, public room*, office* elr Obtainable at "II leading Mum Bill Ml WANTEI* HELP For our Oil Mill Depart inent Appls in i-.-m an d by letter 1the Manager Barbado* Co-onorattv(-niton Paclory Ud. I BfTlATION TACANT MANAOam — For Larf* auitoi.ery Btora tn Trinidad Writ* *UUng w*pa r laa M and quallBcatlonj to P.O. Box AM. Port-Of-Spaln enclo.lng racenl r^OBBdy a ph. Salary accordlna !>> ability. Minimum 83.00000 par annum plu>' (^ %  nmlaatou. aa.ii.so-iin nl'ORY 10th Avenue ixnd hou^ firm Pine Roadi. Belleville, St Michael, %  landing on 3.111 iquare feat of land and containing ckt-rd ajaUarv. drawing -nd d'ina rc-om. 1 bedroom*, teach wltn it-1 rung wait!-, kitchenette, and uvuil ci'ivenlcnco* San-ant %  room and aaragr in yard. Inepectlon 10 a.m. to II noon, and > pm. to *30 pm. on week dar* on appllcaUon to Mra. Robin on. on the premlaea. The property will ba aat up far *ale by public Competition at our Ofnca. J*me* Street. Bridgetown, on Pi Ida> l-t POCBBAhar :*S0 al B %  > in. YUHWOOD A IU1YCE. Sollcltora, nil 5*— *. SNAKES HANDICAP SABUt SOUTH AFHKAHlack Mamba*. Soulli \ lllflvl tlucountry BTOUDrJ Hie aosctrtc power %  latl'ni in this Transvaal town, Bui employees say "Mombas an* just aa nfraid of ut as we arc of # rram Pae 1 Mr Goddam said that Mi ca\nad not told them, but he would like lo let them know that trupresent regulation had been marie ^ith a treat deal of protest ftoni li Cam I'ud.-r UM Shop CloBlnaAct one COttH open his ahop at 8 o'cloftk in the morning. Where thai Wfa done now. the breakfast hour would have tu be given by II\ F m according to the Wa|l> Board regulation In ihe past IB. breakfast hour was starred b, 1 some as from 9 a m. to 10; 10 t. II and 11 to 12 noon Under ihi present regulation one who took Ml breakfa*! hour from 9 to 10, would have to bt* given an hour again at 2 30 pm the end of .%  nother at, hours from tJM Qjaa he had commenced u> work. The Labour Commissioner might *ay that he did not intend to Interfere with what people wendoing at present, but if they wanted to know if this was ao, ~ik him to put It In wnilng. He as sure he would refuse. 'i man was given his breakfast hour from lo i„ n. uy 3.30 he could take another hour because Under Ihe regulation he would be entitled %  • it. If an employee was given .... hour in thtmorning and was kept on after his return for more than 4S hours without being given vyriiiu: ON PATROL DITTV Burclayg Bank • DOMINION. < OLOMAI. AND OVBRBRAai nABBAUOX. B.W.I. BATBS OP BXCHANur < .1.1.1 Male* rsik Nareaaker. IBM LONDON Balling FUa AI an Day* Sight *.72i 'IP Bt CTJTS SMS %  SB „ „ 4 71*0 18 .. ,. 4.TBXS V „ „ 4 17 UBJI Mm 34c.' Sight 47T50 I Mm Cable Coupana > Bank land GoM 4.T0 'Mil, |/.| Of I %  Nolea Niar roaav 72* 10% pr. Cheque, en Banker* 70 t'H) pi Sight ot Demand Draft. 70 4 10% pr. Cabla Curraeey 00% pt Couaona BO 4 10% pr Bllv-r a" B*. OoM 10'or Wt %  I40 to (I HOUSE One Hoard and ahlnfled houM a %  14 %  a wallaba ahlngk-* on roof. In good condition Applv Meaer> Clark and Tucker Phona SBM. I.ONT DOO—4Jne Brotm dog li Ot ItellMillr BBIwBPl I .' %  (-..I.-. a*nM to Wilk.. Won •• Mh Aveim llellrville M.II.BB k I'M BHMB "i -•! %  Dtki larsa % % %  %  %  .....i Maxwell it Plnacr will tie NWBrSSi I T^ne lo BerkleA Court. Stream >oad ITIII.M Ml I M i:N Hi. ill I WANTPD Call at the Adell Shirt Paclorv Swim Slreai. you mu-t h-ve yOU machine*. Richard E. Phlppa Acjidenue de Beaute of Parl* Etanrer.rrdaajunl Woman Capable ot u-.aii.-igi"it an ln*tllutlnn >.f Beaulv I MiUite will -uppiv al) apparatu*Frarichiaa of celebrated French beauty pre nanrllona will be given to lot For further particulars applv Madame MICHELLE MEHADITCII. Si Leoi-rrt. Hi—St l^inardi Ave.. Si Michael llarbad-. iTrl XBAi att.ll.5a->! MISCELLANEOUS A HOUSaV-l/NO IXA1W. OH OUTRIGHT PtrnCHAaCBHot i nodem convcnlencaa 2-4 Barroom*, lot-atcd In ona or more acreof land Ml Agent*. Bo> AA C 0 Advocate Co 30UIO->n BOXXa All klnda of Card Board Boaa> other than corrusated card. Apply Advocate Binding Dapt. BLBW CAB Ona
  • Sp WRAP COHi and ifold Jewellery l.ougtit. highe t prlcea paid Sea your jewellara, Y. De Lima ft Co ltd I". Broad Street. BrldaMown. BIII.Ulln TUITION given in Spanlah. F-rnch. Caiman and Italian by Mn MAKIA CARLA7TTA CONSA1.VES lormerly on the ataff of the Ecuador UnHir.it*ill al*o undariaka b-an.Iatlon* Call between 130 and %  p m B4M Santa Clara. St Uwrencc Gap Burbado*. aB.IIIO—Bn NOTICE R> Ihe Eil'tiOf HILTON UWr.ll.VN (K>I.IA-H> d'eeaard NOTlfT 1% HEREBY (.IVBW that all per^n. hBVtl .r clait,.%  %  -. ... i, %  %  i of ( 1*1--Hi \-io riled an Ihe led %  Band In particiilat. ef their claim. d..i BHeBaia to th* ip-,w..r-. %  NOTICE PABISN OF BAtNT MlrBAIL TENDERS are Invited lot Ihe election of approximately SI levt of Boundary Wall at St. Bamaba* Chapel A Specification ot the work to be dona can be seen on application lo U>*eph I* cioi'd for rapalr %  5) i.i.i. M %  Tha Conimiaaloner* of 1 NOTICE %  •ABIBM OF CBBIBT (HI Bt N Atipllialinni laccoiiipattitd L\ Baptl' -111 _, 1 %  %  saw. io. i %  .h Vcitry Exhibition tenable ^ii,.Bn>.r>iiiiKlatliin Scliool. muat lie *ona of pan-In.inera in atrallened cln-umitance*. and mull than twelve year, of age .. ol me eaamlnalion Candidate* ri,ut pr l ea nt thenualve* for examination, bt tha haadma.ler at Ihe Boy.Foundation School on Friday Bth December. 1030 at s.ao am Application Forifrnm my office. WOOD (iOHDABI). Clark lo tha Ve.ir,. (nrtil Church Mil M-On ran tona .. n -. uaa M I MM. (. %  * jeMNoa B.iaiag P i.u, n,%  Salad M.,aa.d. PU-i.u. n ., ,-„., TAKE NOTKl i Us %  ken am about to obtain a loan of ciod under lha provi.mn of the above Act Sugar, MoUiaei and Other nop* oli Ihe BBM plant.tin,. %  Cl.oaa halrea>lv i^^n borrowed acaknet tha am crop.. Dated thl. Bath d. t NO I? M %  of Ikcmln IBM Shall proc tha aaaet. %  %  i I than havI ' oaacf or %  pait On %  Anal all peraom %  %  N uibei |S0 C1JVR1SBA FXDOetA %¡ QuaiaBed Aabnln: Oollop dee aa aid fMIIKIIIIIN NOTHE Public .*n to an for the Agricultural Exhibition on 6th 1 10. aaai IS and 30, % %  "is: "This S Membei.' Both of these I I other s.%  utas are 2* 11 50—3n LKJUOR LICKNSK NOTICK •older of IJquo, Ltcei.ee No. 40S of W icapact of If p floor M I*o 47 Roetiueh Street. Cltv. jor permi •Bin to u*e Mild L40M0* Lanrr Ar ,.t n board and *hin*jle ahop -lUched to reald.ttav. al Week. Land, Uoodland. St. Mlcbaal Dated On. jeth riot „t Vovembar 1*00. To E A. McUDOD. Ban. %  %  ni-t %  ABlgnad PHII.LHTA CRAV. I Applk-jiil N I 1 %  upiil.,-. lion will laconi nCourt 1 be bald Irtrt A', on Friday II.* tth d.i ol Dnemlier lUOO, at II I I'A. MclXOD. J\ili,e M..|ii-ti.l.DBS A n ii H in ii.,;, . Banker. 03 %  l"% Demand Draft* B3a3> pr Sight Drafts S3 j 10". pi I pr.Cabl. INTIRIOLONI*,) '.-. pr Demand ,->Mln. Bel ( v.% pr. cabla Mir BBcl CoupOBO 1B11 BABABIAB UIM li..-,1 477 Cabla iMIn Mr 1 Caht* III.HMI HA 4.7B Note. HOI.IV A SB H along Roebuck Street a i fttSTr <"^i .^i. "," d "" Al "" H "" *"VI0. alt.I' IK ,vcl. m.o lh. J.r.t,.. ;:!! T' i an now aaim it thing he had pj 'l^lllKll -TWO\l vit Ol I> *'rnmg Tha body wai %  :o Ihe Public Mortuary lutooaY waa performed %  l MONIBBAI. AC0TRAL1A SBAIAJTB 1.INV "MAN 7 UMVl M 4 TOWOARtno ft •ehad^Wd M kfl Adelaide Jnuaty 40>, Melao^ma Briabene Januan BfUi .J-. Febfl *ir> Arrr* ilm hall Mare "). S1 • Ml na> ample fterbedo' Ml 1.1 j cock aaid that he understood IXJCOSU'S had taken advin at the Attorney Q atkBT B ] and he hud pointed out that the length of iima. before the giving of an hour l'plie.1 only from the eominen<-rnent of the atu Mi Trweoc BOWTIOI *td (hat notice .ippe:i • 'long IMUI OHHM mrrn"ers of his compuny, interpreted (ruddai.l J-ad. He understood that the Wages Board themselves were in iW about UBB wording of ..lion Hli tam bad lakan iba optoion i tnc AMn'ti.A Oaneral ,,n lh.i be bad Bald *** houra did nof ,i,-i :t onli ippllad ai from the Mni ol ona-a .mix in othei OCn Ihe tiiiuoftdj BtaVttd to work ano not after he had resumed After further dttacuasaon, on the suggestion .if Mi S P H Withnall It was dtvide-l for the Preaident to approach tha Labour ComHMKsioner as nlre.idv mentionetl Discussion iollowetl on the hum cloeiiii; and most > d tha vif\. ih.ii i %  inra in bMBour of the busies closing at the same me preferaoly (ran II fooo M lm. Aiiiotih %  %  Mi Tntvor Bowring thai ha UaOtafht ^tild oppose it Tin-. i keep then business benaflt of visitor to tha briand who might in. town and uould be dMcuatad ii d tha Btora CMMMMJ BO that thay eould not u<'t anaal qulrad Thii wai aqtiall) ppl ...Mit.. jN'opl.fmni the nuitittv -'-• %  ids who usually i i on !!,i. Bhop; Ha thaTUghl il wns a fact th.it in no othei big city in the i hi tinvti BBS RfaTa %  loaad fot '.. day On UM iiiution oi Ml I v Qod< n on the break %  inn %  .1.. %  "Utopay • % %  prncnnru by Dr Simon and death ilmted to natural causes *THK COf4T OF LIVING index at the end of October ii -till Ml It has been at this i the last four months id of April it was 242 H I M.B.KSON WALMOND. .itiis "Daubert", 0 f Cavewood. Howell's Croaa Road, was i v Ihe Police and chargad in connrxtion with the larceny %  %  I .i ayjld ,-hain from the reatRauban Ross of llnfold M %  lap A'alrond is also chaig.il with P and 24 • %  dence o( A S. Jones of Two Mil* Mill on T ill: (III KtltS \\M M aliniONAJIf rnaaOu will be held at the Empire Theatre on I f> p m The Chan-ma will be the Lord Blahop an I t'v i ujnwej UH ;.,mi piers will be provklad, N EARI.V Kirn INCHES ,,i %  %  i.>ck vaallRLa) morning This Wag th" rainfall for that period h rt'Ci.Klc.l |w,, uvchai i nts while only 711 parts fell in Si Oorie oiier raturni were Ciu ant parti Btatlon idn Di ii.t -ut parta, u i-hn,,, o 'In-ill.ione inch, nine inch 22 s p.irta and St. %  inch 78 parts A i wusi.im which ..cured ..t Siningvalf. St Andrew IfM, cauaed tt'lci h I""'to IHmoved and P lori.L 111 Till: HrlleplBliie '; iiisi that in the am HI hums oi yesterday morning, tuned by very whu-h seeme.1 to I i tha Bhreaklni of art unfamiliar anlrnaL farae accepted on thraugh ftilk of __* !" ^ %  ^IBBBOB I Ol Tnnufad Brliiih Ouiana. BaM%eataa. "-uS-r 1 SSC** ^ *-*" %  %  W t Agant* Thai BIV Cai.abee will Bf. cap* Cars* and Paa^e^bra BM Daenlaiea. Ar.tigu. Manlaanat Baillraj I at •nj St Dee sank at The M V Jelh No earn Bet Tha MV Dae-r.ood w>ll Of f.pt Largo and PisaOBgiri for Bt VBVtanl Bt. Lucia Oranad. and Aruba Daw of departure 1. he not>ad BVWX acwous-ia on.l.i aaaa ci ATBow i.. fata, asat -vnoii" l"'HM NSW t B l*d Near MBSI rot •Bin n.w. attt Doc. B1RVICB I.OVKHXMKXT \OTHTS Mil i: VI I I 111 si ||ST.\NCE8 ACT, 194H IT Is hereby notified for information that the Thrrjpen'.n Suli\ i 'lit. will shortly bo brought inU. i.pcialion bj PTOClB" ination. Medical practitioners, druggists and other Interestetl parties ad to make themselves acquainted with the provUlunB of the Act. copies of which may bo obtained at the Colonial Secretary Office ut 18 cents a copy. APPOINTMENTS TO EXECUTIVE CRAM IN THE CIVIL SERVICE Attention la drawn to paragraph 3 of the Government Notice In the Official Gazette of 27th November relating to the new executive grade i $1.728—$3,450) in the Civil Service. Applications to ait the examination are Invited from external candidates who are the holders of academic or professional qualifications (al rjsgfl .nil and should be addressed to the Colonial ft %  -..trial. Bridgetown, setting out ihe usual pntiirul.irs of age. place of birth, academic qualmentions, career ami | %  I %  f any. The ISth of December. 10S0. 1B the closing date for p such applications. 28.11.50—3n Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defend-> (Amandnti Order, 195. No .IB which will be published in the Oftirial '.itcttc ( f Thursday 30th November. 1950. I I nder this Order the mixinuuii wholesale and retail scllmu % %  !l.,ws l.ief.Snlted Extra K..i.iiv. N..vri. punRounds. Brisket V. -HOU.SAI.E PRICE (not more than) M7.40 per brl. of 200 .bi or 30c per lb. in lots or not less than 25 lbs. Mil pat brl of 200 lbs or :t4< per |b in lot* of not less than ? % % lbs, RETA/L I'Iflt'F. %  %  than) 40c .per lb A GIFT (1) Take the normal amount required to buy a Man's Shirt (2) Put half of it back in your Pocket. j (3) What's left will buy you a RELIANCE SHIRT of perfect fit and guaranteed quality. I'iiK HOY AM, STOKE ,\o. 2 mull 8TUKT The Shirt Emporium oi Barbados Your 0AI dnrrvn thr Brnl nil. you I We rniiiiiMninl GERM MOTOILS obtainable in ordinary or detergent iradea CENTRAL IOI \nnr l.m. Gasolene Service Statmn — Irafalgar Si "LOOK IN AT •*BOOM£EB*S" For your XMAS GIFTS :Wihave just niiiiird 11 lovi-ly a^orimanl ( XMAS CARDS XMAS CBAI KIKS I.ADIIS TOIM-.T SKTS PLASTIC POWDSB BUWLS riFfO HAIR IIVERS PIFCO VIIIBATOBS XMAS TRKK LIGHTS etc. rl. Call in al ROOKKR'S Karly BWIKFKS (UDOS) DHifi STORES LTD. Itroarl Street and llastmi;s Alpha Pharmacy iot raaocNo Name of Ship • 'AW. PaUrl' "Alcoa FllriimArfn.i Fannant CANAD4AN SERVTCB h Dae. D.e .fan mArrive. BurbeuVi. II ft J N B and i** eeiaei* ha*e Uaallad paawager aerei ROBERT THOM LTD -Now York sad OtUf Bdr-lca. Apply DAOOITA a CO. LTD Canadian S-tru-e SANTAS Gelectom. For Your ronnB>ni>nr->, BT> Anr*Largr Suppiip* of ... Xmai Rope,' Tagt. Tinsel Cord, Xmi Trees and m Variety of Decorations %  aTSEE OI'R Miiih and SELECT EARLT COJLEJJVS MMItW STORES. ***rf*t***9' t *,'*sr,**'.**;'*','S,'S*', NOTICE Passengers who hold reservations I on and after 1st. December, 1950, \ are kindly asked to contact our Office regarding times and days of departure of their flights. RKITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED Phone. 4585 8c 2789. TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH ..* COLT REVOLVER \> C.OOI1 AS NEW $2500 ONLY Pollre Licence nerpsas t T MIRRORS at KUINMIN s STATIONERY AMI HARDWARE 5 ^lertake to repair all ,% kinds of Jewellery at reasonS Our I I,;, I /gagBJler j Mr D. ARCHER i-* ejperience V is at pour O ALfONSO B DELIrtA> 4 CO J ; : Firestone TYRES A TUBES AVAIL lf.f; f.V -If.E SIXES USE THE TYRES C II \>llIO\S USE Charles Mc Enearney & Co., Ltd. PLANTATION MANAGERS SHOULD THE HEAVY RAINS CONTINUE DURlNCi THE CROP SFASON. ARE YOUR TRUCKS EQUIPPED WITH NON-SKID CHAINS TO TACKLE THE JOB" WE ARE NOW BOOKING ORDERS FOR Parsons Non-skid Chains PLEASE INFORM OS OF YOCR REQUIREMENTS EARLY Wi-iKII, or Dial ,2C. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET "I vt 42W I \



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    %  \ O 1 %  III In%  • 3 O nun Barfotfws lutincate t RNTS l'cni5 5 U.N. Forces Fall Back Lampshade To Chongchon River By ALEX VALENTINE American Eighth Army H.Q., Korea, Nov. 29. (jKNERAl. MACARTHUK'S Eighth Army, out Hanked by fast moving Chinese shock troops and harassed in the rear by well armed guerillas, today fell back swiftly to a tight thirty mile long defence arc around the Chongchon River. Reserves were rushed to block the encirclement by the Chinese wheeling behind them from the right flank. The Chinese, trained for years in this type of winter war in some of the toughest country in the world, gave no pause for breathing spells. AlllCIUIl' U'lll Sillll Made Of Human Skin 11111 A5rf snoiii 20 Americans Run Gauntlet INTO PAKCHON (By RONALD BAiCHfcLORl PAKCHON, N v rr %  1 % % %  Lheir tyrea puj.< lured and ihittened spluttered into Pakchon today euryuifl ma laced and exhausted O. 1'* Hie remnant uf an American Company surrounded and cut up by llerce Chinese ..tucks against the Twenty truth division last night. Ci I '•, sonic wounded, fought fur live miles through the country south of Unsan along a road cut by Communist lire* from both sides. Led by Bttgunt (." % % %  rence Bednerz. they ran the gauntlet oi Communut Hie covered by four Sherinun tanka alter escaping from the Chinese enveloping i.uveineiii wlu.li cut up their related company. •They are masters at creeping up on positions unobserved and miilt rating". Sergeant Bcdnerz %  aid. He said that the Chinese launched their heaviest attack against his unit an hour before midnight last night, blowing bugles. Attacking from tho front and on both sides the Chinese poured a steady stream of mortar and small arms fire backed up by a long range artillery barrage against the Americans. They pounded us all night using phosphorous shells", the sergeant said. Communists also used light and heavy mortar which he said were deadly and %  seemed to be atop our positions with the llrst three shots. Thereafter they kept up a ceaseless barrage. "We got into a dry river bed and found the route to the south blocked. Attacks eased off by .... dawn and few of us managed to „ r r,. get out and start down the road j wC dg c I irds the sea—swme ototalk about a '*Tobruk like" %  Die mouth ..f the n Kiver—withli live ,. ) of the launching of the "o" tirlBt" offensive. I roi I reports suggested thM .. Unitad NattM UM pfltraat CM trv %  i that the situation on the nerthwest front, if nor entirely untenable, was at least preoai v IM Communist cavalry has ben ..ighted by reconnaissance pilot!45 mllab northeaat of Pyongyang former Northern Korean capital %  In-!...ii Let reports today said Communist advance had been .stemmed. This is the greatest Communis". penetration reported since the of UM Unitad Nationnorth west front and If confirmed %  it Cornmunjati arc sjMdS in the rear of a drastically Allied line Five day* ago ." extended to 80 miles now it is 30. A New Threat < %  troops who have swarmed through the Tokchoii gi'p nnd at least four route armies were moving west to close a v.isl trap behind battle positions based on Chongchon. Mac Arthur's men faced u threat of military disaster graver than thai averted in the days of the Pusan beachhead in the South aagt eonur or Korea when Victory flushed North Kofeani were trying to push them into the With the crumbling of th* United Nations right flank which collapsed completely in the llrst few hours of Communist counter ..(Tensive, on estimated fl0,"0" C'-incse turned westwards fanned rut and threatened to engulf W Chongchon Hlvcr front, Cnlnese troops still streaming down the centre of the Peninsula taking a yet more solid between the Amern-ni with AUGSBURG, No\ M .il pieces of tattooed skin. ring 18 inches by two picturing an owl BghtaU bat were to-day passed around a court trying red haired, green eyed Use Koch on charges murders and complicity m 135 others. The court was hearing Josef \ inn social democratic journalist who as a Buchenwald nsoner was orderly in the Pathoigical Research Institute of Bm hcnwald. Aikermaiin said he was instructed to choose pieces >r kin to make a lampshade %  aesri for Use's husband nip commandant Karl Koch Ackermann asked by the court | if UM pieces of skin shown in i avManoa a-ere human skin an-1 red "yes : Human skin is verv i strong and differs only sliRhlly from pigskin". He told the court; "We selectsome beautiful pieces of skin ith toning colours and lltieu them together The Bnano | fastened on a stand made of human bone with a human toe as; switch". He said that the lamp KnOWl 'i nil could not possibly i ban baan the one In question as 1 he had personally been ordered to i tie it following an SS. enquiry which took place shortly after Karl Koch had received it Koch was shot by an SS. squad ic day before the Allies liber-1 ated Buchenwald camp. He had 1 been sentenced to death by an' S.S. court martial for the embezzlement of state hinds and ordering the "wilful" execution of several hundred prisoners. His wife was acquitted on the same Heater. Alllee Calls Emergency Meeting lowardu the south," the Sergeant Elentn A ""it took char,, ot a small group I SEttF* the Communist trap, piled men on to three i-.. ... I down Unwinding road dominated by lowering hills. Jeeps ran Into a road block but managed to sweep through a hail of machine gun fire though several men were wounded. Further on a more formidable group of Chinese caught them In machine gun fire, pinning them down until the arrival of four American tanks which pounded the Chinese with three Inch guns. He said he did not know the fate of the rest of his company, but thought that a few more might have escaped.—Reuter. LONDON, Nov. 2tf Prime Minister Clement A it lee summoned an emergency cabinet meeting In-day to discus the large-tea le Intervention of Chinese troops in Korea. The meeting was urgently arranged last night after talks between foreign Secretary Ernes. Bevin and Julius Holmes. U. S. Minister in London. Attleo decided to call the oabmet because of late night information received from Washington The mooting lasted one nnd three quarter hours. Its decision* will probably be indicated lauw today when Bevin opens the Foreign Affairs debate In the House of Commons. Immediately after the cabinet meeting Attlee hurried lo a meeting of the Parliamentary Labou Party which It had been previous 30-mile front, | ly announced he would nnt UN iroou* to-day faced the MS* I % %  Lend. sibilitv of being driven into the | He told his followers of C ablnel beacbJmd around the mouth of I decisions and of forthright slatethe Chonachi*. River. ">> *>" Britain'! —Reuter. new crisis which Kevin Is < xncci — — ed to make in Parliament. and corps General the ilnnp luata, wefffy knee or ftratmpnm Queensland Premier Will Hold Sugar Talks In London B (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. Nov. 29. Premlei Han ton ol Queen land will arrive in London on Deccmi i 14 to dtocuu with tin Pood Miirljtry the pricM for the next season'., AuslraUtn sugar crop it is teportad e lhal in will bo ake < aq i t ab m ...i il the long term Ar [lo-Auatraliar tugai contract which wai negotiated laat Dacembi. U.S. Group May Finance RuUin'a wai Austral. ISRAEL ACCUSES JORDAN TF.I. A VIV. Nov. 29 1 ... .% %  ..lriie.tllill*. TF.I. .. An lore*) Army spokesman Jordan Arab WutxsM ..rmoured folW ,.i a-lling up road block on Hie main Ilcersheba — Kyl.ilh Rolid CUttjnl Israeli's lifeline from hci %  %  of the Gulf of Akuba — Beuler Sixth Priest Admits Guilt In Prague Trial PRAGUE. Nov. 29. A KORMER EMPLOYEE of the Papal Intornunciaturc in Prague today testified that Czechoslovak bishops supplied !" pionage information" to Monsignor De L.va. last Papal representative in Prague expelled this summer nn apy Evldenee was given by Dr. Vaclav Mrtvy -year-oU| pnest at the third day's hearing before a Prague State Lout t ini h( trial ul nine Roman Catholic clergymen charged with high beaaon and espionage. Lava Moves Down On Two Villages CATANIA. Sicily, Nov. 39. Evacuation lorries and vans stood by to-day as two smoking lava streams from Mount Etnas erupUon cr*pt within 800 yards if two %  raall villages. Fornawo and Its outlying cominunitv Rinaz/.n appeared less in danger to-day than Milo. The stream heading towards Fornazzo was believed to have slowed down and altered its course n little The Archbishop of Catania was among priests moving among mountain folk to-djay exhorting them to keep calm. —Reater. Mrtvy, who worked us interpre'. i -nd translator at the Papal Internuncialure In Prague, from 1M9 to March 1950. nine Argentine Gets British Harvesters BUENOS A1HES, Nov.29. The Argentine "camp" starved for farm machinery, was today receiving a small but important consignment of self propelled harvesters rushed out from Britain Two hundred and eighty six harvester* which arrived yesterday were being unloaded directly on to lorries and driven up to 450 miles from Buenos Aires nonstop to assist In the harvesting uf wheat which has just started. Two hundred and seven more British harvesters are due to reach here during the next few day* —Rruti-r LONDON. Nov. 20 Creditors of Butlin's (Bahamas) at their nritt meeting in Umdon today were told that an American croup are Investigating the position of Butlin's vacation village hi the Lahamas. Mr. h*. P. Naunton, senior „ to thel 01 0 8 Receiver said that it QMM in\.*sligations were satisfactory the Amerirans proposed tn pro\ide finance amounting to about £8.500.000 which would enable at pi i %  ( nt of the present creditors lo be met. The monej an pji •future*. then are Bevin Stresses Gravity Of Worlc? Situation U.S. W ill Take Urgent Action On Korea W.v. The DP today pi nred uraani •ul Wltl Korea MtUtan .-oiitinued aanort • deal artth iv r mm full seala Chln lit Intel-1 Pho rm-i urgenl proMain arai ie deeWng i relievi' || uns mill' Despite the moUBttni i for the huml"! | ol Manch that %  %  PraalN I underslt action on thll MCO ltd .-uld have to await a bQ the tTnlteil Nations. Washington is again extnion Mai) deal Trmna rat) •iiia of tlonnl Seciiniy I iet with the (olnt ChMl id "it!', in-. Cahli M Congress a pp eared 10 I" IOCK! to drop i % %  I Senator Wherry t-f Nebraska tender In the Senate BD I severeil ertttci "I the administration's foreign i ml lev. exproaaad an "earne-i daalra to <•<>ujioioai vrlth the Pre taking wh..vvn Rrutrr /A COMMONS DEBATE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS LONDON, Nov L'OREION MINISTER Ernest Bevin, op the two days debate on foreign affair in d crowded House of Commons this afternoon, said: "I think it will be agreed by the whole Hou this debate is one of the most serious and therefore the most responsible we have had on foreign affairs for some time. "I aay that because the difficulties that exist in the world at the moment affect so many parts of it as well as the contestants in the particular areas. br .. BOACGround Air Services BECAUSE OF STRIKE insc ualaai ill %  bandM wltl Tsptmsiullits li Bevin >ii an Immediate!! nii rtsSn 111 Asia i ,. i rinca ara umk oOce, and i think bafora, lha Brttlari Om ernmanl have been impressed b> .in. i what ii i oa in arriving at a suitable lettlement tor tins gjreat togdiiienl Asm nUU uUllaad (m linn purpwej. to ii vei> gteat extent the MiiarBBiiea ot aallonallai feeling and harnessed it t*> ihei' i ..ii-i 1 '" Hevln =;iid that the objectives of UN Brltl H poU<. in K. %  the same as those set out bafon the United Nations: First pOPCl, second a uuitled and di Knrea anil thir.1. the lehabtlttatlon ( the eotintry. HeeaUlnd Oanaial -i.nArthur'i appeal to North Koreans to lay down their anna, Bavin con trn uad "There need have baan Hides in North Kim a If I had the support of the Nations had been itui I oa If the China*, show the slightest stgns of willingness to co-operate m exploring a solution by peacerui moan %  I am satisfied solution ehlota %  ile' the last Joint tOTVloi to Montreal and New York will IMoperated After rWdaj Hern %  Bervlei Nairobi. Aosra and JohanneatHiri will be BOA C\ only (light until the strike ot electrician Plans to run special planes with — mall parrels and medical %  UppllH ngreemenl between the West in,„ trn been sefUea lodlni points are said to be causing considerable anxiety to Queensland sugar inlarests. One of them is understood to bo Britain's stand on differential suwir prices between the doeslnand the co to fUag The Btwati "il ide is that what miy bo a nmurieralive pi ice for atte area. nut) not he a lemuneraalve price ti another, It is understood that M sugar men would like if i Mnd.ud price i hero also anxiou that Shah Of Persia Is No Dictator TEHRAN, No\ 29. The Shah of Persia Mohammed Hex Paslevi dismissed reports of dictatorship in Persia as "idle gossip and irresponsible carping criticism." In an exclusive interview with Reuter he said: "We have need for dictatorship". "(Jive me 10 years of peace and frtendlv relations with the Great Powers and we will establish a fundamental basis for ecoy Ho pid that Persia year plan for teonoml was "merelv the minimum" they could acbfc hd *he necessary funds. Persia welcomed foreign investment and a bill would be presented soon providing guarantee* for foreign financial help and paying b*Je annual profits. xlh of the accused to admit guilt. %  Do l.iva had a spy network. Mrtvy said. "He got reports from many sources". The Judge asked for an example of the sources. Mrtvv replied: "One of the sources' was the bishops, particularly Slovak bishops. They sent messages to the Internunciature." UrtV) said he translated "espionage reports" which De uv put Into code and were then sent on to the Secretariat of State at the Vatican City. The Italian and Vatican legation "worked hand In hand" In sending espionage reports to th" Vatican. When De Llva had to leave the be asked Mrtvy not t betray him, Mrtvy said. IU burnt the key of the secret _..Je. He said he would help to get me out of the country with the assistance of the Israeli Embassy In Prague.* 1 The first defendant to contend with the Court was Dr Stanllav Jnrollmck. Abbot of Prague's B00year-old Strahov Monastery who entered the dock In white robes and a sash Asked by the Judge why he was arrested. Dr. Jarolimek said: "I wss arrested because I committed crimes in violation of the laws of state." Asked whether he did so consciously, and why. the accused said. "I did my action consciously The rudfC asked what Hi to-day Tha Abbot repUi day I rannot say that a Catholic can ehange 01 can become immediately sympancw developments". The Abbo! admitted that he was an "open enemy of the People"Democratic Rag-one."—Banter Pleven Calls For Vote af Confidence ^ PARIS. Nov. 20. Fren.h 1 rime Minister Rene Pleven today asked the National Hvmi 1% f, .i a vote of i His action followed last night's refusal by Frenefi i Vincent Auriol to ateept the resignation of Pleven'Government after a vote of censure on Socialist Defence Minister Jules Mom The vote ol confidence canr-Jt bo taken until tomorrow under •it, Freru h i en I —Reoter. This f* not the most .fvela* plain-clothes *ob I've nod. Sergeant Putlirtaht." LOS) York Asks U.N. Action On Church Persecution LONDON. Nov 29. i< watching r i anj I fry to act through mtcrii : -nai ctianneuf aajalnat countries' practising religious perseeuLord Henderson told the House o' Lords today. He wai nplymg to Dr. Cyril (lorbett '.fhbishop of V.tk who called < n the Government to rahm before the United Nations the persecution of ehurches In Communist couni nderaon said '" U ar* %  fenden the moral force of world Dpinion —Reuter be offtdoliy %  pnroved Although it has been reported n Pn %  thai % %  mi-ement-s have been reaehed, a F %  pokosman confirmed today that the Wert Indies Governments vet officially informed i Government of theli lO Dai UclpatO ill a new .::i. amoni During hiv sit here I'r.mler Union will prubnt.ly MO Mr Maurice Wchb. Food Minist< i li is antlclpat. .1 that ho will also have diacuasioni with the Overi ii Corporation and tin International Rufar t'ouncii Na new dates have yet been llxcd foi the next meeting of thl om cut toe oi tho Intge> national sugai Cowudl on the n o w uttarnational p tpom d ""in Daeanv i i IS, n I* onUdpated that the i Ing will not now I ft 14 fortnosans Shot TAIl'KH Koni.i I i NOV IB. .i roatarday %  hot u .' injad w;th Conununhd lutdaeaTOund acttvitr. it was reported here today. where. TI rpOraUon asked the I trlcai Trade Union to give luranco that no volunteers would be victimised, but Hie corporation Lnnounoad to-nlah( that thi 'rei" from the Union v vie lv i unacceptable The strike % %  ..i:-' ' ,i %  130 alaiili laaana refused bealdtO two men who d'i not %  "• long to their union The spokesman for the strike committee, speaking born I-ondon Airport, said, "we are nulte ready tocarry on ' Cnrtalmas if necessary Punters Angry CORDOBA. Argentina, Nov. 29 Race track bettor*, hari at the bad star* In a race, advanced i the lotallsator lwt were prentad from breaking tl up by a strong rorea % %  poUca armed With a they formed ,i pieke' hi ..Mmiid the niutuel window u pravemed ,. pio '.< % % % %  pi %  lojj %  ati "'i UM romalnlni raeai ' %  tanalon and lo ninr iil-uit lattli %  I TIM Tiir Mvoc\ri' TIIF NFWH Rlnit III! lav or Nleht. %  ar THF AIIVIHATE PAYS ro> KIWI \'..i,nlisls announced today that 11 men Fori a ueiievad o be Conunu i.'iderground worturi had lieen executed b> firing squad for ":ittempting to overthrv 29. The aftenioon paper Otflobo npurU today on good BUthOCtll that President Dutia plans a t-lp to Portugal where he would spend two months soon after his mandate expires on January 31. The President also intends to This brought the total to 211 visit other European CWntriea days Moat of including Britain. Frame and ,., ore gehool teiuhers and I Italy, the newspaper said tudents. Beatat —Renter CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ASK EXPLANATION OF WAGES HOARD DECISIONS ssrsr i'tT*-ct on Dcil-m%  <<<„ :,s more and more bi have gradually ben talliiirt Inlu line. •'A^ most or tl,p .lioppliiK in town I. don* on morning I would Mjggemt that a %  ullalilr hour for unlvcr.nl cloalliu would UUlwmi 12 noon and I VI" Customer, could Ulan whether they would i 1 .hop In the nun and arrange their visits to town •Ai by the wording ot thi. accordingly It would alao be the Halation it lll be nraaary (or rn aullal.le Boui (01 > rsitors to .it to get nil of our start out for Ihe island who a „ ,, hour In %  very .hort space oaU> bo return ng U> older to avoid being 'or luncheon at that time railed upon to grant Iwo complete " '"•' "•„" !: "" % %  "•> % %  OUrv.li of .1 let one hoir It •"eloaa at this meeting to start this iTildThe u %  i ugh for Ihe mld-day menl nnd thus day closing the Seere.ary Inas in to go his possession a 1 Saturday. Ni would cume into brr 1. After reading the section referred lo he aaid: MEMUKIIS of the C Commerce, yesterday cot tho Wage" Board decisions whicli come into foiee on December I. Mr D O Loacock Jnr., should de. One-of the questions over which approach the L abour fco mrms. Board memoir, c.presaed concern wa. 'loner whose slgnatura was ,-a.ed whether a shop esalatent in ""f^" •• i h w '. %  Bo ,d Hrldgetown who gets his breaktas: Decisions and aak thi. mlhour, aay from ajn to 10 am <'on of him Should this be given would be entitled to another hour ho was alsoto be rsked to publish during the day. !!!"''"**• The section which engage/, Tho Chamber also by a ma)ortheir attention reads: • ote. d No shin, assistant shall I* J h ',""' .nit, in i Zli ~ u , n na„^ Bridgetown, that a genera breakemployed in any shop in BridgefMl rlotlnl[ h „ ur wou „, town on any day for more 11. 4 4 conscciitlye hours, calcuan<) t(), v lated from the time of com)? nlMIIi ,,, ] ,, „ mencing duty. without inter\-al of at least an hour for „ neai. have already sign. The view of members wag that Cave „ member of the Wage-. Pot ol us ""' ir %  mis was a aactlon which required | toa ,d oaUlg for an p r! tJ !" non ov a full intorpretation. It waa therei.our during the dav and It would -"'u tnejr namer. ,o it. for* decided that the President, that he would like them :o con* appear to have been a successful • "a p..rr Have GLEAMING CLAMOUR at ver) Itii-ti in your home . b) Uting Johnson's Wax No maiter when jnd where you look in J Johnson'^ WJXCJ H..mc yod'U find floo^ jnd turiiiiurc bright and gay the secret ? Johnson's Wax is a blind of natural waxei which gives a hard wearing surface and a long-lasting shine. Spllh leave no trace — dust kjnoot cling to the dry smooth w.u film. Buy Johnaoa'a Wai today. A/io mo GLO-COAT ic.f-po.iihin* WAX on your fine.



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    PACK TWO BARBADOS AI'VOCATK THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3d, 1150 Qahib felting Left Yester M R DENNIS WORME. Rrpreitlve of Messrs T Svdi Km.h Ltd left for St. Lucia b> M.W.I A Bl wa* ind for St. Lucia i.h turned bMk on Turd.iy ifterniKin duo ID bad weather Jn St Lucia Going North For The Winter 1 F.AVING here yesterday alteri noon b.v II W.I.A. wl Mr. John Archbold. He is e n route u the U.S. via Antigua. Mr. Airhbold ll on* of the partners of ( -ribbce Products Ltd., of Dominica who have JUST built a plant •rhtch will shortly supply West Indian markets with fruit juice*, marmalade and candled peel. Mr Archbold is on hit way to New York for thewinter and will be returnuiif lo Dominica In the Spring of 1051. Most Americans and Canadlai come south for the winter, Ml Archbold is going north Preview Y ESTERDAY morning at tl Plain Tftefcttc, Ilrtrigetown there was a special preview of the Our Verj Own," a Samuel far Mm Kar Gntl Shot's. fe,iallo* tfwffnaaj fail ractt*Mf aVaii ol roiw>orfrolotiM Hi An onael mother f.-el like :•. 11.; ma .11. hil'lren aha Lopea. 29. has been informed .hyaician that baton the end of November she CM expect her sixth multiple birth. which mean* twins, at least Mrs. Lope* numbers five Mti of twins among her eleven children Her husband, Joseph 36, employed as a tar spreader on a road construction Job. It working nights building two addltii rooms on the house. Ha 1* racing against time in the hop* of rtinshing the rooms In-fore the arrival of the expected twin* B.B.C. Radio Programme IHIMUU *ov(*aca -m. isaa aprttinf Rmtl TJS am %  SpMkiF.it I i iiv.n*ptir %  %  UHK. a.i %  H*vl*w. tat p M. MM u UM CUTlain. 3 JO pm Round B I II..*h -i th* rv.ui.tr. ( pm im i ithtak-al iinjn %  %  n % %  > i %  '• %  %  Nav. Mewatettor, Hi .< .... kin*, si* i Kails*** 1 Kaporl * pj* CbntBOtvr of lhf Weak. •- p r*aUMg -> pm. Thinki or TM r Thins*, ll P Thra* Hill Can. t i Hey. it at Lj>r*r Dual KIP SIMPLE LANGUAGE AUCKLAND) N.Z.— A local brted i' i bvtow from the difference in with relation to the short depth i f !hc property that the I such M onabla devel %  !. %  !(! bi log iteep for sports.—(CP) MB AND MKS AI.AN KINO left yeatarday for AnUua by B.WI.A on a short vi-it They are pictured here with Mr Dennis Worme who left by Hie same 'plane for 8t. Lucia. It K O Radio Pictures. Thu film 'ti to be shown at the Pla*a Mridgrtown over Christmas. Caiib was among a small group S UNRISE AT BETHI.EIIEM" The next two scenes are Jimm.v\ f People who were met in the was the title of the Christmas "dieam visit" to Bethlehem. £bby of the theatre by Mr. E play performed by the Scripture efro ro pe n ied by his guardian relfer, Maiwger of R.K.O. PieUnion of Codrington High wSaU anfal '"'** and President of the W.I. in their School Hall yesterday En route he stops at a house Fllm Board or Trade who is a* afternoon. m Judca where he meets a Sheppresent on a ahort visit to BarOver two hundred people thorherd, (hi* wife Bobbi Canby> and • ,a *. n Mr. Ronnie OKMal nughlv antoyed the play whteh f< ur thildmi The Shepherd playne of the Directors of Caribbean was In four scenes and Miss ed by Elizabeth Parmerton tellt. Theatres Ltd. Edith Cooding who was in charge them of the Babe at Bethlehem, It l an en of the production must be conand the entire family with Jimmy an average n gratuliited for the excellent perand his guardian angel following, in the U.S. and will move e< fo-mance of the entire cast set olT for Bethlehem Then folthe hardest hearts so warm ( -i-_ w ,ow tr| o adoration of Jesus in the story. ln > a the Manger by the Wisemen and > little angels To Live In U.S. Mm -Our Very Own," a Samuel *HS. MAJIGUVRITE IIENZEI.*. C.oldwyn production distributed by jYl who hM bmmn hrrr „, ., week's vifit, returned to Anilguii >.terday afternoon b> B.W.I A. I Mar husband Mr. Frank ilenzell is with Syndloatea Estates iti An iigua She came over to get her I'.s vita aa she Is shortly leaving Antigua to live In the U.S where I her children are at present living To Nurse Here N l'RSE Veronica vVchveg STOP THAT COUGH Suit taking VIJ-MUTt RE si once, anJ tec how quickly >Tur cough wfll nop ( This world famous cough remedy soothes sway hoarsebreathing, and protects the chest and lungs. Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy, Backache, Kidneys Strained! H* KMMyl OKWI W., Uaarv doetoea hat* dlarovand li* acUattBt ctlnleiil l-.f "irf la actual practlM that a ti-nii!W.li prfiair*il rrr-xlption No lenefit—No Pay Th>>> 1e" "!<"• *• Cta o* rl(l i r)[ tir Kt.li.n rvnov* x .... ..id> Qu..klv. Ike makaa au tr#l HW naw ov.ln And • e^ttaln atth. n „.k*r* ta.t Cyan, will BiiiUty v*V com. .-:. .k ...'it.>ir> ii undrrantonat bark fniaeaataToa baj thJudf* If n-. • nttrelr a-iti.fird Jt return li* BBplr PBfkaaa aad aal "u> mon-i hack. C fitaa i,-lti".li hiitan rhanMiia k miarapia* proi., sns Cyst ex for NITl DDK i.-.a, KMIUMATISM The story opens on Christmi Eve in a private ward of a hospiS lt phc dg wllh h tal. Jimmy a crippled boy, payed aroim( tho „„, by Ellziibeth Birch, is dissnlisfled with the Christmas presents he Mary played by SioJ IVeece has received so far. He brightens accepts the gifts lor Jesus. Her up after some new presents arrive singing in the third scene is very —a fountain pen. a pair of good. from his Doctor and a Finally Jimmy who hua no gift I.It" is penUaatled by Maiy ti> come to fTOBI till nurse the crib to touch Jssku rine Mitchell who pUiys The last seme takes pteea back the nurse gives him tome good in the h in July for two weeks' holiday, is now back In the Island She arrived yesterday by B.W 1 A. and this time ah has come to Join the staff of the Barbados Genera) Hospital. Back To Guadeloupe A FTER four iY Hnrbados, and Jimmy goes to Bleep. CROSSWORD • -mi . l.#. Basra, potalbly. SOU: i .iincn spin, uni Uiere, please | i8) ;:uuol lui a auccaaaful 13) i Hi 10. Exclaim. (Si l. aim il ixiwn. Bli u> n*e a co*a At the oral examination. IB tnenrau. (gl rdiog to u.u an ataat i in. ISI %  %  in i.-u dye. |4| -p. It) il tKiH anil UIHX.HI, 15) J*. 1 itown ma. leuva hara. (S* Dawa __.h a.ir i We n alShU (6) J lenn lor an eye, or a ohlcS cacaiun iia egg. (61 4 re* people r.y do U.la aowadiss, .4, mfle ou iII air I H| ,--, ,*afc tr\ h* hliM i7l i (>T • otbK < %  '>' % %  |ft| ue bieal v-tgaai Songs beiwecn thn %  < .\rrv well handled by the choir iM'hind the stage The play was o Hue effort or UM pen .jf the Scripture Union. ;ilKl well worth tr;i\ filing from nrldgetown to S*HLast of the Ladies M ISS JOSEPHINE OATCUFFZ ond Miss Martssa Pllmmer. the remaining member, of the Trinidad Ladle*" Water Polo team who remained over for a few days after the tour, returned to .moon by Il.W.I.A. Manager of the learns Mr. Joe I'lmimcr Is due to return on Saturday. Off To Antigua M R. and Mrs Alan King left yesterday for Antigua by II W.I A. They expect to return Here towards the middle of Plcenber. Mr. King who is Operalimit Officer. 11 W.I. A. %  tawwi l l tl on leave. Dental Surgeon id Ml. Arnot DarnleyBteala arrived from c.icnud,i yesterday morning by 11 W I A. They are here for about three n( are staying at Seavicw Guest House Dr. Darnley-Steelc r .i I). uMl Surgeon in Grenada. Returned Yeaterday M ISS UOKIS HUTSON returned yesterday morning by ll W 1 A from bar short holiday in Grenada. For St. Vincent R and Mrs. Fred Thirkcllj left on Tuesday b> it G 1 nyi for St Vincent D R months' holiday in Mrs. Lilian Dcmreturned to tiuadeloupe ysterday by B W I.A. During h*r stay here she was staying Request Performance Mil A I STUART PIMWIS htr School o/ Dancing in REVUEDEVILLE 1950 Muiic by ihe Polict Band directed by Copt. C. £ Ration. ARCM..MBE. %  Iti.i >*•%  ->->• i-iti* "i J—i Tudor, Jr.. as the Peatman • komrthliiK .if uhiih not unly the Itevnrdevllle but the uhnlc of Barbados ran be proud. There had certainly not been anything U rival l| an the Empire ".Use In the pM two yean." GEO. HUNTE. in the Barbados Adroraie. Come ond set it /or yountlf 1st December 1950 AT THE EMPIRE THEATRE Night Show Only 8.30 p.m. OrrhrMi.1 SI St>: House SI 00; Balcony 72c; Boxes $1 50 11 i it Umpire Theatre Thursda.v & Friday FrOU 4 pm. 1 M B Short Viiit WILLIAM BRTD1 N I I erning Director K. UA'SH.I iih (.JIV ('Duuer and olhrr speti.il TO-I1AY: Rafllr of I1ILMAN CAR I p.m. lbs Mi ' !'>• (lu By kind permission of the tuni mlssioner of Police l*OLK'E BAND In attend an T .an—8.00 p.m. %  > % % %  • ..p... : is an I'l.A/.A Theatre — OiSTiN Fdmaiid O Hrlaa In A "FIGIITKR SQUADRON" & Catai a 1 % %  :..r ** VianlU Bh.w H\TIBDAV tnd iB.R O. Madia Oaablai "BORDER G-MAN" -riMBER* STAMPEDE" %  AlllTV tThe Garden) ST. JAMES i*t siww ro %  *.. H_ W ,„,. N.I. A.the. i n MAN IN HALF-MOON KTRF.F.T n->i nope in "SORROWFUL JONES" %  10A. *AH Hi>\v aJa> pn, I OIIVH 8. i'...n i:cit.id. .. 1 .... KI. "IN (IM) NEW MEXICO" 1 onVI II.. I..II.,.,., \l,„„i Thv Mast h.xritin,/ 11 It If IV Sine"MILDRED PIERCE* 9 NEW H M!MK BROS. SMASH! JOAN CRAWFORD FLAMINGO ROAD NEW WARNER BROS SMASH! 3YONEY6REENSTREET I'M/1 THEATRE miiin.i:io\\ v M.AYING FRIDAY 2.30 & S.30 p.m. unil runlinulnic daft) in 1.15 & B..-MI p.m. ;*V;ATIIHI IS amMAffMHnOO,) "TKillT LITTLK ISLAND" "larrlne Haall Kadlord Bag loin CrtenHaad I'ONIUHT S* i >IAIIN-nr -lATT'ftliAV UOP.MM! Hud Ahhoii. |.,„ I ...i.li•MKXICAN IIAYRIIlh'' H.I..,,%  ..,,.I PUlara M GLOBE THEATRE We are please*! la annaunre (he arrival fraaa Knglan. m Mr. GODFREY P. WATTS English Horological and Watch Expert who will he in charge of our Watch Repairing Depart ii irnl \n o\sn . lit: I.IMA & to. < ornrr uf Broad A McGregor Slreela. COUGH LOZENGES LADIES' White Black. Gold, Groan. Gray, CANADIAN 6 AN SHOES / 7" / NEW FO IMS FAIR Nt/lons CLARKE'S SHOES uii INFANTS. CHILDS Re Store, (or "ARCOLA" ALL SHADICS 81-10" J.60, 1.67, \M t Ladies CANADIAN STYLE HATS 5.! EVANS and I'HIISIUN SflEMT I The Thanksgiving Service V of First Church of Christ. \ Scientist. Bridgetown, will \ be held on Thursday eve\ nlns;, November 30th. at fc U p.m at the Church in Bay Strt*t. Alt ore cordially Int'ited. ,.^-*<**-c'>>'*-'-'-'-*-'-*-*-*-*,',*-*,',': GLOBE To-day only 4 45 and 8 J'l AO WELL REMFMRKKKI) John MILLS Piiinciu ROC and THE SET Vr Robert TRY AN Audrey TOTTKH OPEMM; TOMORKOH Bi'crt HE tiles ol the U S Dept ol lustice!: ROXY THEATRE TO-N1TK AT Mt JOT: CI.EMENDORF. LORD COFFEE Thr Srif.alloml I onlortlonlrt — rrrrar ot nil nilimnIlM IN TIIK "ACRO VARIETY SHOW SITPOBTED BY TRINIDAD'S I.VVOl'BITE BAM>-~Tllf: HOT SHOTS" I'lli. :-R( MIST SI I. ,1,1, „p| lo „ „, M ,s<|.K CONTBOL POSIX. AI'ROBATIrs. HAND BALANCING WEIGHT LUTING. 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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
    Portion of title: Sunday advocate
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
    Bridgetown, Barbados
    Publication Date: Thursday, November 30, 1950
    Frequency: daily
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    U.N. Forces Fall Back Lampshade
    To Chongchon River
    By ALEX VALENTINE
    American Eighth Army H.Q., Korea, Nov. 29.
    (jKNERAl. MACARTHUK'S Eighth Army, out
    Hanked by fast moving Chinese shock troops
    and harassed in the rear by well armed guerillas,
    today fell back swiftly to a tight thirty mile long
    defence arc around the Chongchon River.
    Reserves were rushed to block the encirclement by
    the Chinese wheeling behind them from the right
    flank. The Chinese, trained for years in this type
    of winter war in some of the toughest country in
    the world, gave no pause for breathing spells.
    AlllCIUIl' U'lll Sillll
    Made Of
    Human Skin
    11111 A5rf snoiii
    20 Americans
    Run Gauntlet
    INTO PAKCHON
    (By RONALD BAiCHfcLORl
    PAKCHON, N
    v rr 1 Lheir tyrea puj.< -
    lured and ihittened spluttered into
    Pakchon today euryuifl ma
    laced and exhausted O. 1'*
    Hie remnant uf an American Com-
    pany surrounded and cut up by
    llerce Chinese ..tucks against the
    Twenty truth division last night.
    Ci I ', sonic wounded, fought
    . fur live miles through
    the country south of Unsan along
    a road cut by Communist lire*
    from both sides.
    Led by Bttgunt (."rence Bed-
    nerz. they ran the gauntlet oi
    Communut Hie covered by four
    Sherinun tanka alter escaping
    from the Chinese enveloping
    i.uveineiii wlu.li cut up their
    related company.
    They are masters at creeping
    up on positions unobserved and
    miilt rating". Sergeant Bcdnerz
    aid. He said that the Chinese
    launched their heaviest attack
    against his unit an hour before
    midnight last night, blowing
    bugles.
    Attacking from tho front and
    on both sides the Chinese poured
    a steady stream of mortar and
    small arms fire backed up by a
    long range artillery barrage
    against the Americans.
    They pounded us all night
    using phosphorous shells", the
    sergeant said. Communists also
    used light and heavy mortar which
    he said were deadly and 'seemed
    to be atop our positions with the
    llrst three shots. Thereafter they
    kept up a ceaseless barrage.
    "We got into a dry river bed
    and found the route to the south
    blocked. Attacks eased off by ....
    dawn and few of us managed to rr,.
    get out and start down the road j wCdgc
    I irds the seaswme oto-
    talk about a '*Tobruk like"
    Die mouth ..f the
    n Kiverwithli live
    ,. ) of the launching of the "o"
    tirlBt" offensive.
    I roi I reports suggested thM ..
    Unitad NattM
    . Um pfltraat CM trv
    i that the situation
    on the nerthwest front, if nor
    entirely untenable, was at least
    preoai v im
    Communist cavalry has ben
    ..ighted by reconnaissance pilot!-
    45 mllab northeaat of Pyongyang
    former Northern Korean capital
    In-!.- ..iiLet reports today said
    Communist advance had been
    .stemmed.
    This is the greatest Communis".
    penetration reported since the
    of Um Unitad Nation-
    north west front and If confirmed
    it Cornmunjati arc sj-
    MdS in the rear of a drastically
    Allied line Five day*
    ago ." extended to 80 miles now it
    is 30.
    A New Threat
    < troops who have
    swarmed through the Tokchoii
    gi'p nnd at least four route armies
    were moving west to close a v.isl
    trap behind battle positions based
    on Chongchon.
    Mac Arthur's men faced u
    threat of military disaster graver
    than thai averted in the days of
    the Pusan beachhead in the South
    aagt eonur or Korea when
    Victory flushed North Kofeani
    were trying to push them into the
    With the crumbling of th*
    United Nations right flank which
    collapsed completely in the llrst
    few hours of Communist counter
    ..(Tensive, on estimated fl0,"0"
    C'-incse turned westwards fanned
    rut and threatened to engulf W
    Chongchon Hlvcr front,
    Cnlnese troops still streaming
    down the centre of the Peninsula
    taking a yet more solid
    between the Amern-ni
    with
    AUGSBURG, No\ M
    .il pieces of tattooed skin.
    ring 18 inches by two
    picturing an owl BghtaU
    bat were to-day passed
    around a court trying red haired,
    green eyed Use Koch on charges
    murders and complicity m
    135 others.
    The court was hearing Josef
    \ inn social democratic
    journalist who as a Buchenwald
    nsoner was orderly in the Patho-
    igical Research Institute of
    Bm hcnwald.
    Aikermaiin said he was in-
    structed to choose pieces >r
    kin to make a lampshade
    aesri for Use's husband
    nip commandant Karl Koch
    Ackermann asked by the court |
    if Um pieces of skin shown in i
    avManoa a-ere human skin an-1
    red "yes : Human skin is verv i
    strong and differs only sliRhlly
    from pigskin".
    He told the court; "We select-
    some beautiful pieces of skin
    ith toning colours and lltieu
    them together The Bnano | .
    fastened on a stand made of
    human bone with a human toe as;
    switch".
    He said that the lamp KnOWl
    'i nil could not possibly i
    ban baan the one In question as1
    he had personally been ordered to i
    tie it following an SS. en-
    quiry which took place shortly
    after Karl Koch had received it
    Koch was shot by an SS. squad
    ic day before the Allies liber-1
    ated Buchenwald camp. He had1
    been sentenced to death by an'
    S.S. court martial for the embez-
    zlement of state hinds and order-
    ing the "wilful" execution of
    several hundred prisoners. His
    wife was acquitted on the same
    Heater.
    Alllee Calls
    Emergency Meeting
    lowardu the south," the Sergeant Elentn a
    ""it took char,, ot a small group I SEttF* "
    the Communist trap, piled men on
    to three i-.. ... I down Un-
    winding road dominated by
    lowering hills.
    Jeeps ran Into a road block but
    managed to sweep through a hail
    of machine gun fire though sever-
    al men were wounded.
    Further on a more formidable
    group of Chinese caught them In
    machine gun fire, pinning them
    down until the arrival of four
    American tanks which pounded
    the Chinese with three Inch guns.
    He said he did not know the
    fate of the rest of his company,
    but thought that a few more
    might have escaped.Reuter.
    LONDON, Nov. 2tf
    Prime Minister Clement A it lee
    summoned an emergency cabinet
    meeting In-day to discus the
    large-tea le Intervention of Chin-
    ese troops in Korea.
    The meeting was urgently ar-
    ranged last night after talks be-
    tween foreign Secretary Ernes.
    Bevin and Julius Holmes. U. S.
    Minister in London.
    Attleo decided to call the oab-
    met because of late night infor-
    mation received from Washington
    The mooting lasted one nnd
    three quarter hours. Its decision*
    will probably be indicated lauw
    today when Bevin opens the
    Foreign Affairs debate In the
    House of Commons.
    Immediately after the cabinet
    meeting Attlee hurried lo a meet-
    ing of the Parliamentary Labou
    Party which It had been previous
    30-mile front, | ly announced he would nnt
    UN iroou* to-day faced the MS* I Lend.
    sibilitv of being driven into the | He told his followers of C ablnel
    beacbJmd around the mouth of I decisions and of forthright slate-
    the Chonachi*. River. ">> *>" Britain'!
    Reuter. new crisis which Kevin Is < xncci
    -------------- ed to make in Parliament.
    and
    corps
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    the
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    luata, wefffy
    knee or ftra-
    tmpnm
    Queensland Premier Will
    Hold Sugar Talks
    In London
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    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    LONDON. Nov. 29.
    Premlei Han ton ol Queen land will arrive in London on
    Deccmi i 14 to dtocuu with tin Pood Miirljtry the pricM
    for the next season'., AuslraUtn sugar crop it is teportad
    .....e lhal in will bo ake < aq i t ab
    m ...i il the long term Ar [lo-Auatraliar tugai con-
    tract which wai negotiated laat Dacembi.
    U.S. Group May
    Finance RuUin'a
    wai Austral.
    ISRAEL ACCUSES JORDAN
    TF.I. A VIV. Nov. 29
    1___... .-..lriie.tllill*.
    TF.I. ..
    An lore*) Army spokesman
    Jordan Arab WutxsM
    ..rmoured folW ,.i a-lling up
    road block on Hie main Ilcer-
    sheba Kyl.ilh Rolid CUttjnl
    Israeli's lifeline from hci
    of the Gulf of Akuba Beuler
    Sixth Priest Admits Guilt
    In Prague Trial
    PRAGUE. Nov. 29.
    A KORMER EMPLOYEE of the Papal Intornunciaturc in
    Prague today testified that Czechoslovak bishops supplied
    pionage information" to Monsignor De L.va. last Papal
    representative in Prague expelled this summer nn apy
    Evldenee was given by Dr. Vaclav Mrtvy -year-oU| pnest
    at the third day's hearing before a Prague State Lout t ini h(
    trial ul nine Roman Catholic clergymen charged with high
    beaaon and espionage.
    Lava Moves Down
    On Two Villages
    CATANIA. Sicily, Nov. 39.
    Evacuation lorries and vans
    stood by to-day as two smoking
    lava streams from Mount Etnas
    erupUon cr*pt within 800 yards
    if two raall villages.
    Fornawo and Its outlying com-
    inunitv Rinaz/.n appeared less in
    danger to-day than Milo. The
    stream heading towards Fornazzo
    was believed to have slowed down
    and altered its course n little
    The Archbishop of Catania was
    among priests moving among
    mountain folk to-djay exhorting
    them to keep calm.
    Reater.
    ----- Mrtvy, who worked us inter-
    pre'. i -nd translator at the Papal
    Internuncialure In Prague, from
    1M9 to March 1950.
    nine
    Argentine Gets
    British Harvesters
    BUENOS A1HES, Nov.29.
    The Argentine "camp" starved
    for farm machinery, was today
    receiving a small but important
    consignment of self propelled har-
    vesters rushed out from Britain
    Two hundred and eighty six
    harvester* which arrived yester-
    day were being unloaded directly
    on to lorries and driven up to
    450 miles from Buenos Aires non-
    stop to assist In the harvesting uf
    wheat which has just started.
    Two hundred and seven more
    British harvesters are due to reach
    here during the next few day*
    Rruti-r
    LONDON. Nov. 20
    Creditors of Butlin's (Bahamas)
    at their nritt meeting in Umdon
    today were told that an American
    croup are Investigating the posi-
    tion of Butlin's vacation village
    hi the Lahamas.
    Mr. h*. P. Naunton, senior
    to thel01"0'8' Receiver said that it QmM
    in\.*sligations were satisfactory
    the Amerirans proposed tn pro-
    \ide finance amounting to about
    8.500.000 which would enable at
    pi i ( nt of the present
    creditors lo be met.
    The monej an pji
    future*.
    then are *
    Bevin Stresses Gravity
    Of Worlc? Situation
    U.S. W ill Take
    Urgent Action
    On Korea
    W.v.
    The Dp
    today pi nred uraani
    ul Wltl
    Korea
    MtUtan
    .-oiitinued aanort -
    deal artth iv r
    mm full seala Chln
    lit Intel-1
    Pho rm-i urgenl proMain arai
    ie deeWng i
    relievi' ||
    uns mill'
    Despite the moUBttni i
    for the huml"! | ol Manch
    that

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    underslt
    action on thll MCOltd
    .-uld have to await a
    bQ the tTnlteil Nations.
    Washington is again
    extnion Mai)
    deal Trmna rat)
    iiia of
    tlonnl Seciiniy I
    iet with the (olnt ChMl
    id "it!', in-. Cahli M
    Congress appeared 10 I"
    iock! to drop i I '
    Senator Wherry t-f Nebraska
    tender In the Senate BD I
    severeil ertttci "I the admin-
    istration's foreign i ml lev. ex-
    proaaad an "earne-i daalra to <<>-
    ujioioai vrlth the Pre
    taking wh..vvn
    Rrutrr
    /A COMMONS DEBATE
    ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS
    LONDON, Nov
    L'OREION MINISTER Ernest Bevin, op
    the two days debate on foreign affair in d
    crowded House of Commons this afternoon, said:
    "I think it will be agreed by the whole Hou
    this debate is one of the most serious and therefore
    the most responsible we have had on foreign affairs
    for some time.
    "I aay that because the difficulties that exist in the
    world at the moment affect so many parts of it as
    well as the contestants in the particular areas.
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    Bevin >ii an Immediate!! nii
    rtsSn 111 Asia
    i ,. i rinca ara umk oOce, and
    i think bafora, lha Brttlari Om
    ernmanl have been impressed b>
    .in. i what ii i oa
    in arriving at a suitable
    lettlement tor tins gjreat togdi-
    iienl Asm
    nUU uUllaad (m
    linn purpwej. to ii vei> gteat ex-
    tent the MiiarBBiiea ot aallonallai
    feeling and harnessed it t*> ihei'
    i ..ii-i1 '"
    Hevln =;iid that the objectives of
    UN Brltl H poU<. in k.
    the same as those set out bafon
    the United Nations: First pOPCl,
    second a uuitled and di
    Knrea anil thir.1. the lehabtlttatlon
    * ( the eotintry.
    HeeaUlnd Oanaial -i.n- Arthur'i
    appeal to North Koreans to lay
    down their anna, Bavin contrnuad
    "There need have baan
    Hides in North Kim a If I
    had the support of the
    Nations had been
    itui I oa If the
    China*, show the slightest stgns
    of willingness to co-operate m
    exploring a solution by peacerui
    moan I am satisfied solution
    ehlota
    ile LONDON. Nov 2
    Every British Oversees Airways
    Service but one will be wounded
    after Friday beoau i ol an un-
    omclal strike at London Airport.
    Friday will see the taaa "ff of
    the last plane to the Caribbean.
    "We have not yet asUm
    much we will lose through sus-
    pension of oilier services," said
    iB O.A <" poki tn '
    know it will crlppllna. EOorU
    will be made tn transfer passen-
    gers who have booked after F
    day to other eompanies serving
    the Caiibbasin But if booking
    cannot be arranged Ihey will be
    given their numey hack
    We have no Idea when wa will
    be nhle to resume normal ' I MM
    On Thursday the laal i natal
    lalKin plan,' !'>'
    the last Joint tOTVloi to Montreal
    and New York will Im- operated
    After rWdaj Hern Bervlei
    Nairobi. Aosra and JohanneatHiri
    will be BOA C\ only (light until
    the strike ot electrician
    Plans to run special planes with
    mall parrels and medical UppllH
    ngreemenl between the West in- , tr i.ii ami the Urltlsh (Jovernnieiit .!,.
    'a quota fi
    i Dining I nto
    IBM has been fixed,
    still one or two potatl
    . n the 'H'eivntn* which
    nan not >n been sefUea
    lodlni points are
    said to be causing considerable
    anxiety to Queensland sugar in-
    larests.
    One of them is understood to bo
    Britain's stand on differential
    suwir prices between the doesln-
    .....- and the cotofUag The Btwati
    "il ide is that what miy bo a
    nmurieralive pi ice for atte area.
    nut) not he a lemuneraalve price
    ti another, It is understood that
    M sugar men would like
    if i Mnd.ud price
    i hero
    also anxiou that
    Shah Of Persia
    Is No Dictator
    TEHRAN, No\ 29.
    The Shah of Persia Mohammed
    Hex Paslevi dismissed reports of
    dictatorship in Persia as "idle
    gossip and irresponsible carping
    criticism."
    In an exclusive interview with
    Reuter he said: "We have
    need for dictatorship".
    "(Jive me 10 years of peace
    and frtendlv relations with the
    Great Powers and we will estab-
    lish a fundamental basis for eco-
    y .
    Ho pid that Persia
    year plan for teonoml
    was "merelv the minimum" they
    could acbfc hd *he
    necessary funds.
    Persia welcomed foreign invest-
    ment and a bill would be present-
    ed soon providing guarantee* for
    foreign financial help and paying
    b*Je annual profits.
    xlh of the
    accused to admit guilt.
    Do l.iva had a spy network.
    Mrtvy said. "He got reports from
    many sources".
    The Judge asked for an exam-
    ple of the sources.
    Mrtvv replied: "One of the
    sources' was the bishops, particu-
    larly Slovak bishops. They sent
    messages to the Internunciature."
    UrtV) said he translated
    "espionage reports" which De uv
    put Into code and were then sent
    on to the Secretariat of State at
    the Vatican City.
    The Italian and Vatican lega-
    tion "worked hand In hand" In
    sending espionage reports to th"
    Vatican.
    When De Llva had to leave the
    be asked Mrtvy not t
    betray him, Mrtvy said.
    IU burnt the key of the secret
    _..Je. He said he would help to
    get me out of the country with the
    assistance of the Israeli Embassy
    In Prague.*1
    The first defendant to contend
    with the Court was Dr Stanllav
    Jnrollmck. Abbot of Prague's B00-
    year-old Strahov Monastery who
    entered the dock In white robes
    and a sash Asked by the Judge why
    he was arrested. Dr. Jarolimek
    said: "I wss arrested because I
    committed crimes in violation of
    the laws of state." Asked whether
    he did so consciously, and why. the
    accused said. "I did my action
    consciously The rudfC asked
    what Hi
    to-day Tha Abbot repUi
    day I rannot say that a
    Catholic can ehange 01
    can become immediately sympa-
    ncw developments".
    The Abbo! admitted that he was
    an "open enemy of the People"-
    Democratic Rag-one."Banter
    Pleven Calls For
    Vote af Confidence ^
    PARIS. Nov. 20.
    Fren.h 1 rime Minister Rene
    Pleven today asked the National
    Hvmi 1% f, .i a vote of i
    His action followed last night's
    refusal by Frenefi i
    Vincent Auriol to ateept the
    resignation of Pleven'- Govern-
    ment after a vote of censure on
    Socialist Defence Minister Jules
    Mom
    The vote ol confidence canr-Jt
    bo taken until tomorrow under
    it, Freru h i en I
    Reoter.
    This f* not the most
    .fvela* plain-clothes *ob
    I've nod. Sergeant Put-
    lirtaht." -----
    LOS)
    York Asks U.N. Action
    On Church Persecution
    LONDON. Nov 29.
    i< watching r i anj
    I fry to act through mtcr-
    ii : -nai ctianneuf aajalnat coun-
    tries' practising religious perseeu-
    Lord Henderson told the
    House o' Lords today. He wai
    nplymg to Dr. Cyril (lorbett
    '.fhbishop of V.tk who called
    < n the Government to rahm before
    the United Nations the persecution
    of ehurches In Communist coun-
    i nderaon said '" U ar*

    -
    fenden the moral force of world
    Dpinion Reuter
    be offtdoliy pnroved
    Although it has been reported
    n Pn thai mi-ement-s have
    been reaehed, a F
    pokosman confirmed today that
    the Wert Indies Governments
    vet officially informed
    i Government of theli
    lO Dai UclpatO ill a new
    .::i. amoni
    During hi- v sit here I'r.mler
    Union will prubnt.ly MO Mr
    Maurice Wchb. Food Minist< i li
    is antlclpat. .1 that ho will also
    have diacuasioni with the Over-
    i ii Corporation and tin
    International Rufar t'ouncii
    Na new dates have yet been
    llxcd foi the next meeting of thl
    om cut toe oi tho Intge>
    national sugai Cowudl on the
    n o w uttarnational
    p tpom d ""in Daeanv
    i i IS,
    n I* onUdpated that the i
    Ing will not now I
    ft
    14 fortnosans Shot
    TAIl'KH Koni.i I i NOV IB.
    .i roatarday
    hot u .' injad w;th
    Conununhd lutdaeaTOund acttvitr.
    it was reported here today.
    where.
    TI......rpOraUon asked the I
    trlcai Trade Union to give
    luranco that no volunteers would
    be victimised, but Hie corporation
    Lnnounoad to-nlah( that thi 'rei"
    from the Union v vie lv i
    unacceptable "
    The strike ..i:-- ' ,i .
    130 alaiili laaana refused
    bealdtO two men who d'i not !"
    long to their union
    The spokesman for the strike
    committee, speaking born I-ondon
    Airport, said, "we are nulte ready
    tocarry on ' Cnrtal-
    mas if necessary "
    Punters Angry
    CORDOBA. Argentina, Nov. 29
    Race track bettor*, hari '
    at the bad star* In a race, advanced
    i the lotallsator lwt were pre-
    ntad from breaking tl
    up by a strong rorea ' poUca
    armed With a they
    formed ,i pieke' hi ..Mmiid the
    niutuel window u pravemed
    ,. pio '.< pi lojj ati "'i Um
    romalnlni raeai When they did not respond it
    eame necessary In order that
    the purpose of the United Nations
    ;.. h i'vid. for United Nations
    restore jwace and onlet
    ii tha "hole countrj
    onttnuod
    "There Im- been I think sonv
    nlaundantanding h o u t lha
    Coartmandarof th.- United Natiti
    on f iii K- i- .i and Lihoiit ill
    rUstUTa Of 'he instniclions issucrl
    to linn." "I v. l
    a thai Ihc objectives ol Gen
    i M i Arthur are no ,,
    no less than the Objectl' i
    Unitad NaUona
    If bat bean neeesssry lo leave
    Dparationo verv much In
    the band] ot the United Naliolif.
    Commander pr vlded always that
    vharo bll plans might involve
    Of general policy there
    nutt le propei consultations on
    HCfl miittrr-
    "This In fact Is what has
    happened "
    Bevin thi-n referre,! to Chinese
    iroopt in North Korea saying "I
    lo not pretend to know Chinese
    motives or intention- Why have
    Ira g ne Into Korea
    "Is then i n-Chinew
    'ituiplracy on a world wide scale?
    1 do ii' t know the .in.-v. rr to these
    iiestioiis but they uinn.t
    ilisent from our minds In viewing
    'his great problem.
    , !
    . d
    'The lira! OOtanttal II to stabilise
    the mlUtai f 'hen to
    raj .. tica
    it lha Cnlneaa are bn tha

    lha eaneoetoo of these I
    can L-- avoided I naVO
    touch with the I
    Quearnmant In the laat 2\ boui i
    and tho I'.s Oovenunanl haa
    reafHrmed that their purpoaa in
    i. tains the satm-
    .
    h ," and 10
    altlo tin- Korean o^iaatton oa
    basis satisfactory to the United
    in, Bri) '
    Chinese Communist *.
    Bevin said: rtIndeed II
    to accept lha facto o( the
    and for the bettei protect
    oui own Intaaatta, wa Irtad to

    r | ,
    Unfortun.itei. we have not
    succeeded In establishing full
    dlntotnatLi
    ojctant our pol hai not attained
    obi t*vo
    On the othei nd tho I I aXal
    our rordaoantattve In Peking
    has access to Ch
    hrrlng lo in II
    tions with Um lOd lat i
    lurned << lhl' cnrtal proposals
    for a meeting of the Council or
    Ft in n;n ngUUstcra to di
    remllltarla
    Bovbi sjoti "The atl I
    ills Majesty's Ooeernmanl to
    four uj0Wf meeting Is far rrom
    being ' blanh
    in. atajeaty'i Q
    are ready to take part hi any
    uroperty praparad f"1
    meeting Whll b "' I
    0i DUddng M end to ,,>'
    ' tanalon and lo
    ninr iil-uit lattli '
    I
    TIM Tiir Mvoc\ri' TIIF NFWH
    Rlnit III! lav or Nleht.
    ar THF AIIVIHATE pays ro> kiwi
    \'..i,- nlisls announced today
    that 11 men Fori a ueiievad
    o be Conunu i.'iderground
    worturi had lieen executed b>
    firing squad for ":ittempting to
    overthr DUTRA FORPORTUGAL
    RIO DE JANFlKu N'>v 29.
    The aftenioon paper Otflobo
    npurU today on good BUthOCtll
    that President Dutia plans a t-lp
    to Portugal where he would spend
    two months soon after his man-
    date expires on January 31.
    The President also intends to
    This brought the total to 211 visit other European CWntriea
    days Moat of including Britain. Frame and
    . ,., ore gehool teiuhers and I Italy, the newspaper said
    tudents. Beatat __________Renter__
    CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ASK EXPLANATION
    OF WAGES HOARD DECISIONS
    ssrsr
    i'tT*-ct on Dcil-m-
    <<< :,s more and more bi
    have gradually ben talliiirt Inlu
    line.
    'A^ most or tl,p .lioppliiK in
    town I. don* on morning I
    would Mjggemt that a ullalilr
    hour for unlvcr.nl cloalliu would
    U- Ulwmi 12 noon and I VI"
    Customer, could Ulan
    whether they would i1
    .hop In the nun
    and arrange their visits to town
    Ai by the wording ot thi. accordingly It would alao be the
    Halation it lll be nraaary (or rn aullal.le Boui (01 > rsitors to
    .it to get nil of our start out for Ihe island who a
    ,, hour In very .hort space oaU> bo return ng
    U> older to avoid being 'or luncheon at that time
    railed upon to grant Iwo complete " '"' ""!:' """>
    OUrv.li of .1 let one hoir It "-
    eloaa at this meeting to start this iTild-
    The u i ugh for Ihe mld-day menl nnd thus day closing the Seere.ary Inas in
    to go his possession a 1
    Saturday. Ni
    would cume into
    brr 1.
    After reading the section refer-
    red lo he aaid:
    MEMUKIIS of the C
    Commerce, yesterday cot
    tho Wage" Board decisions whicli
    come into foiee on December I. Mr D O Loacock Jnr., should de.
    One-of the questions over which approach the Labour fcomrms. Board
    memoir, c.presaed concern wa. 'loner whose slgnatura was ,-a.ed
    whether a shop esalatent in ""f^" ih* w '. Bo*,d
    Hrldgetown who gets his breaktas: Decisions and aak thi. ml-
    hour, aay from ajn to 10 am <'on of him Should this be given
    would be entitled to another hour ho was alsoto be rsked to publish
    during the day. !!!"''"** .
    The section which engage/, Tho Chamber also by a ma)or-
    their attention reads: ote. d.....
    No shin, assistant shall I* J h',""' .nit, in
    _ i Zli ~ u ,nna^ Bridgetown, that a genera break-
    employed in any shop in Bridge- fMl rlotlnl[ hur wou,
    town on any day for more 11.
    4 4 conscciitlye hours, calcu- an<) t()-, v.
    lated from the time of com- )? nlMIIi ,,, ] ,,
    mencing duty. without
    inter\-al of at least an hour for
    neai. have already sign.
    The view of members wag that Cave member of the Wage-. Pot ol us ""' ir "'
    mis was a aactlon which required |toa,d oaUlg for an pr!,tJnon'ov
    a full intorpretation. It waa there- i.our during the dav and It would -"'u tnejr namer. ,o it. _
    for* decided that the President, that he would like them :o con* appear to have been a successful "a p..rr .
    Have
    GLEAMING CLAMOUR
    at ver) Itii-ti in your home
    . . b) Uting Johnson's Wax
    No maiter when jnd where you
    look in j Johnson'^ WjxcJ
    H..mc yod'U find floo^ jnd
    turiiiiurc bright and gay
    the secret ? Johnson's Wax is a
    blind of natural waxei which
    gives a hard wearing surface
    and a long-lasting shine. Spllh
    leave no trace dust kjnoot
    cling to the dry smooth w.u
    film. Buy Johnaoa'a Wai
    today.
    * A/io mo GLO-COAT
    ic.f-po.iihin* WAX on your fine.


    PACK TWO
    BARBADOS AI'VOCATK
    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3d, 1150
    Qahib felting
    Left Yester
    MR DENNIS WORME. Rrpre-
    itlve of Messrs T Svd-
    i Km.h Ltd left for St. Lucia
    b> M.W.I A Bl wa*
    ind for St. Lucia
    i.h turned bMk on Turd.iy
    ifterniKin duo Id bad weather Jn
    St Lucia
    Going North For
    The Winter
    1F.AVING here yesterday alter-
    i noon b.v II W.I.A. wl Mr.
    John Archbold. He is en route u
    the U.S. via Antigua. Mr.
    Airhbold ll on* of the partners of
    ( -ribbce Products Ltd., of Dom-
    inica who have just built a plant
    rhtch will shortly supply West
    Indian markets with fruit juice*,
    marmalade and candled peel.
    Mr Archbold is on hit way to
    New York for the- winter and will
    be returnuiif lo Dominica In the
    Spring of 1051.
    Most Americans and Canadlai
    come south for the winter, Ml
    Archbold is going north
    Preview
    YESTERDAY morning at tl
    Plain Tftefcttc, Ilrtrigetown
    there was a special preview of the
    Our Verj Own," a Samuel
    far Mm Kar Gntl Shot's.
    fe,iallo* tfwffnaaj fail ract-
    t*Mf aVaii ol roiw>orfroloti teffato itfr an. of a'*M txii*
    H Manv thildrrn
    WARSB >M Hi
    An onael mother
    f.-el like
    :. 11.; ma
    .11. hil'lren aha
    Lopea.
    29. has been informed
    .hyaician that
    baton the end of No-
    vember she CM expect
    her sixth multiple
    birth. which mean*
    twins, at least
    Mrs. Lope* numbers
    five Mti of twins
    among her eleven
    children
    Her husband, Joseph
    36, employed as a tar
    spreader on a road
    construction Job. It
    working nights build-
    ing two addltii
    rooms on the house.
    Ha 1* racing against
    time in the hop* of
    rtinshing the rooms
    In-fore the arrival of
    the expected twin*
    B.B.C. Radio
    Programme
    ihimuu *ov(*aca -m. isaa
    aprttinf Rmtl TJS am

    SpMkiF.it I i iiv.n*ptir



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    H*vl*w. tat p M. MM u Um Cut-
    lain. 3 JO pm Round B I
    II..*h -i th* rv.ui.tr. ( pm im
    i ithtak-al iinjn n > i .' .

    Nav. Mewatettor, Hi .<
    .... kin*, si*
    i Kails***1 Kaporl * pj*
    CbntBOtvr of lhf Weak. - p
    r*aUMg -> pm. Thinki or
    TM r Thins*, ll P Thra* Hill Can.
    t i Hey. it at
    Lj>r*r Dual Kip
    SIMPLE LANGUAGE
    AUCKLAND) N.Z. A local
    , brted i' i bvtow
    from the difference in
    with relation to the short depth
    i f !hc property that the
    I such M
    onabla devel

    !.!(! bi log iteep for sports.(CP)
    MB AND MKS AI.AN KINO left yeatarday for AnUua by B.WI.A
    on a short vi-it They are pictured here with Mr Dennis Worme
    who left by Hie same 'plane for 8t. Lucia.
    It K O Radio Pictures. Thu film
    'ti to be shown at the Pla*a
    Mridgrtown over Christmas.
    Caiib was among a small group
    SUNRISE AT BETHI.EIIEM" The next two scenes are Jimm.v\ f People who were met in the
    was the title of the Christmas "dieam visit" to Bethlehem. bby of the theatre by Mr. E
    play performed by the Scripture efroropenied by his guardian relfer, Maiwger of R.K.O. Pie-
    Union of Codrington High wSaU anfal '"'** and President of the W.I.
    in their School Hall yesterday En route he stops at a house Fllm Board or Trade who is a*
    afternoon. m Judca where he meets a Shep- present on a ahort visit to Bar-
    Over two hundred people thor- herd, (hi* wife Bobbi Canby> and ,a*. *n Mr. Ronnie OKMal
    nughlv antoyed the play whteh f< ur thildmi The Shepherd play- ne of the Directors of Caribbean
    was In four scenes and Miss ed by Elizabeth Parmerton tellt. Theatres Ltd.
    Edith Cooding who was in charge them of the Babe at Bethlehem, It l an en
    of the production must be con- and the entire family with Jimmy an average n
    gratuliited for the excellent per- and his guardian angel following, in the U.S. and will move e<
    fo-mance of the entire cast set olT for Bethlehem Then fol- the hardest hearts so warm
    (-i-_ w ,ow" tr|o adoration of Jesus in the story.
    ln>a the Manger by the Wisemen and
    > little angels
    To Live In U.S.
    Mm -Our Very Own," a Samuel *hs. MAJIGUVRITE IIENZEI.*.
    C.oldwyn production distributed by jYl who hM bmmn hrrr , .,
    week's vifit, returned to Anilguii
    >.terday afternoon b> B.W.I A. I
    Mar husband Mr. Frank ilenzell '
    is with Syndloatea Estates iti An
    iigua
    She came over to get her I'.s
    vita aa she Is shortly leaving
    Antigua to live In the U.S where I
    her children are at present living
    To Nurse Here
    Nl'RSE Veronica vVchveg
    STOP THAT
    COUGH
    Suit taking VIJ--
    MUTt RE si once, anJ tec how
    quickly >Tur cough wfll nop (
    This world famous cough
    remedy soothes sway hoarse-
    breathing, and protects the
    chest and lungs.
    Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy,
    Backache, Kidneys Strained!
    H* KMMyl OkWi W.,
    Uaarv doetoea hat* dlarovand li* acUa-
    ttBt ctlnleiil l-.f "irf la actual practlM
    that a clean out .*< polaona and arid" la
    > ti-nii!W.li prfiair*il rrr-xlption
    No lenefitNo Pay
    Th- >>> 1e" "!<" * Cta o* rl(l i
    r)[ tir Kt.li.n rvnov* x
    .... ..id> Qu..klv. Ike makaa au tr#l
    HW naw ov.ln And e^ttaln at- th.
    n.k*r* ta.t Cyan, will BiiiUty v*V com.
    , .-:. .k ...'it.>ir> ii undrrantonat
    bark fniaeaata- Toa baj th- Judf* If n-.
    nttrelr a-iti.fird Jt return li* BBplr
    PBfkaaa aad aal "u> mon-i hack.
    C fitaa i,-lti".li hiitan rhanMiia
    k miarapia* proi., -
    sns!

    Cyst ex -
    for
    NITl
    DDK
    i.-.a, KMIUMATISM
    The story opens on Christmi
    Eve in a private ward of a hospi- S,lt.phc,dg wllh ,h
    tal. Jimmy a crippled boy, payed aroim(, tho ,
    by Ellziibeth Birch, is dissnlisfled
    with the Christmas presents he Mary played by SioJ IVeece
    has received so far. He brightens accepts the gifts lor Jesus. Her
    up after some new presents arrive singing in the third scene is very
    a fountain pen. a pair of good.
    from his Doctor and a Finally Jimmy who hua no gift
    I.It" is penUaatled by Maiy ti> come to
    fTOBI till nurse the crib to touch Jssku
    rine Mitchell who pUiys The last seme takes pteea back
    the nurse gives him tome good in the h lid vice, telling him not to let the uwake* Jimmy who ii shout
    walls of his room make him feel about his hands When quite
    Jammed In, but lei hi- imagination wake Jimmy reali.se* th.M he
    t;ike him mi "visits" all over the must make more use f
    ahrid. An excellent Idea as It cVcldes to write the HOT) Of U
    ll lhnstmaswould be a visit lo olcam for other children to read.
    JUrthlehfiii. She then knives him
    ., -, J-~ the Colony Hospital. St
    ,oyable film ab-Jt Ooorga'-, oKnada who was Mn
    '> in July for two weeks' holiday,
    is now back In the Island She
    arrived yesterday by B.W 1 A. and
    this time ah has come to Join
    the staff of the Barbados Genera)
    Hospital.
    Back To Guadeloupe
    A FTER four
    iY Hnrbados,
    and Jimmy goes to Bleep.
    CROSSWORD
    -mi . l.#. Basra, potalbly. SOU:
    . i .iincn spin, .' A real nobleman you'll Hnd. (4)
    li nil MUali. (4)
    . incMUrc ill n IcIImI tree. [S>
    . uni Uiere, please | i8)
    ;:uuol lui a auccaaaful
    13)
    i Hi 10. Exclaim. (Si
    l. aim il ixiwn. Bli u> n*e a co*a
    At the oral examination.
    IB tnenrau. (gl
    rdiog to u.u an ataat
    i in. ISI
    in i.-u dye. |4|
    -p. It)
    il tKiH anil uihx.Hi, 15)
    J*. 1 itown ma. leuva hara. (S*
    Dawa
    __.h a.ir
    i We
    n alShU (6)
    J lenn lor an eye, or a ohlcS
    cacaiun iia egg. (61
    4 re* people r.y do U.la aowa-
    diss, .4,
    ' mfle ou iII air I H|
    ,--, ,*afc tr\ h* hliM
    i7l
    i (>T otbK
    <'>' |ft|
    . ue bieal
    v-tgaai
    .

    Songs beiwecn thn < *
    .\rrv well handled by the choir
    iM'hind the stage
    The play was o Hue effort or
    Um pen .jf the Scripture Union.
    ;ilKl well worth tr;i\ filing from
    nrldgetown to s*h-
    Last of the Ladies
    MISS JOSEPHINE OATCUFFZ
    ond Miss Martssa Pllmmer.
    the remaining member, of the
    Trinidad Ladle*" Water Polo team
    who remained over for a few
    days after the tour, returned to
    .moon by
    Il.W.I.A.
    Manager of the learns Mr. Joe
    I'lmimcr Is due to return on
    Saturday.
    Off To Antigua
    MR. and Mrs Alan King left
    yesterday for Antigua by
    II W.I A. They expect to return
    Here towards the middle of Pl-
    cenber. Mr. King who is Opera-
    limit Officer. 11 W.I. A. tawwill
    tl on leave.
    Dental Surgeon
    id Ml. Arnot Darnley-
    Bteala arrived from c.icn-
    ud,i yesterday morning by 11 W I A.
    They are here for about three
    n( are staying at Seavicw
    Guest House Dr. Darnley-Steelc
    r .i I). uMl Surgeon in Grenada.
    Returned Yeaterday
    MISS UOKIS HUTSON return-
    ed yesterday morning by
    ll W 1 A from bar short holiday
    in Grenada.
    For St. Vincent
    R and Mrs. Fred Thirkcllj
    left on Tuesday b> it G 1
    nyi for St Vincent
    DR
    months' holiday in
    Mrs. Lilian Dcm-
    returned to tiuadeloupe
    ysterday by B W I.A. During
    h*r stay here she was staying
    Request Performance
    Mil A I STUART pimwIs htr School o/ Dancing
    in
    REVUEDEVILLE
    1950
    Muiic by ihe Polict Band directed by Copt.
    C. Ration. ARCM..MBE.
    'Iti.i >*- ->-> i-iti* "i Ji Tudor, Jr.. as the Peatman
    komrthliiK .if uhiih not unly the Itevnrdevllle but the
    uhnlc of Barbados ran be proud.
    There had certainly not been anything U rival l| an the
    Empire ".Use In the pM two yean."
    GEO. HUNTE.
    in the Barbados Adroraie.
    Come ond set it /or yountlf
    1st December 1950
    AT THE EMPIRE THEATRE
    Night Show Only 8.30 p.m.
    OrrhrMi.1 SI St>: House SI 00; Balcony 72c; Boxes $1 50
    11 i it Umpire Theatre
    Thursda.v & Friday FrOU 4 pm.
    1
    MB.
    Short Viiit
    WILLIAM BRTD1 N I I
    erning Director Brydtn and Son* Ltd whoj
    MMjir aiMior for
    CCOiMl cotoi- tsoaotim,
    ail Cal""S.m lltHMa
    tWIIt tOlOl alCHT (OOGai1
    COUGH MIXTURE
    ith Mr and Mrs. Stanley Kinch arrived from Trinidad on Tuesday
    "f OraaiM Hall Terrace She is afternoon returned yi I
    Mr^. KliuhS mother afternoon by B W I A
    Rupert's Autumn Primrose22
    |~JHy,"-.-"'~J..
    wer^S

    Rjpttt examines I he hols in rivt
    all. Dial'! all light lor tab."
    he think*, "but ii'i loo aaull tot
    mi. I oould never wriggle through.
    Oh. dear, i* trwi end of my dues ?
    How dnippoiniing.*' Than ht
    .'--' i- thai lh lonework is pirtlp
    coveted wuh rhick ivy. I couta
    . Ii-nr. thai eaatlv," he murmun. i
    -onater il ,i would mailer if I
    looktd over the sop." Ha net no
    tin paper bag with string from hit
    pocket and hangs it Irom his shoul-
    atf befor* Msrting. The ivy i<
    old and hi branches are very strong.
    ao Rupert has no trouble at all. and
    in a iw minutes he ii peering down
    mio a strange md betuTifn' gardm
    f-ill of fsowet..
    It is our Anniverseary Film
    THE SERiAL
    FLASH GORDON
    Bmler Crabbe & Jean Rogers
    Dec. 4th to Dec. 7th
    I'l.A/.V Theatrc-BR/DGfTOWN
    Special Matinee TODAY 2 p.m (.earse O'Biien (in R.1U11
    HnRIH'R (i-MAN" A riMlll R STAMPflHi'
    Tllll.%1 '. a HI |. m. Another (eelI B. lieMllle's Triumph:
    "STORY Or I>K. UA'SH.I
    iih (.jiv ('Duuer and olhrr
    speti.il TO-I1AY: Rafllr of I1ILMAN CAR I p.m.
    lbs Mi ' !'> (lu
    By kind permission of the tuni mlssioner of Police
    l*OLK'E BAND In attend an t.an8.00 p.m.
    > ..p...
    : is an
    I'l.A/.A Theatre OiSTiN
    Fdmaiid O Hrlaa In A
    "FIGIITKR SQUADRON" &
    Catai a 1..... :..r **
    VianlU Bh.w H\TIBDAV tnd iB.R O. Madia Oaablai
    "BORDER G-MAN" -riMBER* STAMPEDE"
    .AlllTV tThe Garden) ST. JAMES
    i*t siww ro *.. h_w ,,.
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    n->i nope in "SORROWFUL JONES"
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    miiin.i:io\\ v
    M.AYING FRIDAY 2.30 & S.30 p.m. unil runlinulnic
    daft) in 1.15 & B..-MI p.m.
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    We are please*! la annaunre (he arrival fraaa Knglan.
    m
    Mr. GODFREY P. WATTS
    English Horological and Watch Expert who
    will he in charge of our Watch Repairing
    Depart ii irnl
    \n o\sn . lit: i.ima & to.
    < ornrr uf Broad A McGregor Slreela.
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    EVANS and
    I'HIISIUN SflEMT I
    The Thanksgiving Service
    V of First Church of Christ.
    \ Scientist. Bridgetown, will
    \ be held on Thursday eve-
    \ nlns;, November 30th. at
    fc U p.m at the Church in Bay
    Strt*t.
    Alt ore cordially Int'ited.
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    and
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    opemm; tomorkoh
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    ol the U S
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    IN TIIK
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    SITPOBTED BY
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    Cathy O'DONNELL
    : with
    Jumes CHA1G
    and
    Paul KELLY
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    TO-DAY 4 45 ONLY
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    Waller PIUURON
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    UM Two Shown TO-DAY
    I.N t.U
    MMl Cenl.-Fox Double :
    Victor MATURE
    Linda DARNELL
    and
    Henry FONDA
    : IN :
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    THUBSDAY, NOVEMBEfi (ft, Uttv
    iiari \dos advocate
    r\(.i ihki.i:.
    'The Old Gfrfa' font .uit.-r.'W burnt v 'Arris,' snr i
    QV,'we'll paint a/I the 'oi(% herrics blue (his year.'"
    londun Entreat Ssrtfee
    B.G. Murder
    Unsolved
    iPrM Out u-n tnmMo4r>ii
    GEORGETOWN. B.G. Nov. 24.
    The Jury in the Ulvcrston mur-
    der trial, after deliberating for
    about two hours on Thursday at
    the Berbkce Assizes, returned a
    verdict of "Not Gulltv" in favour
    of accused Edward McGregor. Ho
    wm however ds4alned I
    as there is another charge of mur-
    der against him for the
    Princess McGregor, adopted
    daughter <>r flop
    Edward IdoungOC HU charged'
    with murder in e Florence Mc-'
    Gregor 50-ye.ir-old wile >'. the
    brother of the accused btWMP
    February 8 and 9 this year. The
    dead body of Finl-
    and that of her adopted daughter
    Princess were found In their
    home. inversion Village, Coran-
    tyne, Berbice. h;, I
    bodies carried seve-ai viclr.us
    wouBda
    Edward McOnflOr and another
    nan Leopold Huricquin
    tried by a jury in the preview
    session when Harlequin
    acquitted and the Jury failod to
    agree over McGregor-
    After the Jury returned (hi
    venlicl, Presiding Judgv Mr. Jus-
    tice E. R. L. Ward told IfcOnsjar
    that he could not be discharged
    as there is still another murd-r
    charge against him in ooonsotfon
    with the child. "I do not suppose
    that It will be proceeded with,
    because It is on the same evidence
    on which the Jury have acquitted
    you. In another day or two the
    necessary steps will be taken to
    enter a nolle prosequl.
    Butterfte Gaoled
    For Assault
    PORT-OF SPAIN. No* M
    Robert Babb, Gren"da-borri

    was sentenced to two months
    rd labour
    when he was convicted for asflault-
    Uiton Noel at La
    Brea. South Trinidad Noel told
    (hat he went to
    the Trinidad Asphalt Company
    to look for work but was un-
    successful On I -
    was etoppi '''' But-
    . i him.
    A* he left the crowd, Bobb
    lollowed him, and gave him a
    couple nf CUftl Sentencing Bot".
    i i "i li.ive ii-
    : in my pon
    to behave as
    'decent cttUens'. but so far you
    t to respond to Uie kill 1
    ed out to you."
    C.I.D. HAVE ANOTHER
    MURDER PROBLEM
    GEORGF.TOW
    A Coroner's Jury in George-
    town returned .i verdict uf homi-
    cide at the inquest into the death
    of AJudhya Singh. ,i labourer
    whose body was Based out of a
    trench g| Meadow Bunk, East
    Bank. Demerara, two days after
    he was missing from ha
    The Jury in their verdiet found
    that the deceased had met his
    death at the "hands of some per-
    son or persons unknown."
    HEAVY RAINS IN
    ST. VlNCCNT
    ad<-nl>
    KINGSTOWN, St. VINCEN l\
    Nov 2K.
    For the whole month H
    ber. St. Vincent hn* been having
    unseasonably heavy showers of
    rain. On Friday nJfhl la I > hetW)
    downixmr started which con-
    tinued all through tha night mid
    all Saturday, liKhtening into a
    driziU- oecasMoalb '
    ceasing completely. Heavy
    showers fell again on Sunday.
    Up to the present DC
    damage has been reported
    3RD TIME ON TRIAL
    FOR KILLING
    KINGSTOWN Si \
    Nov. 2H.
    Alfred Williams, aged 25. will
    .1 f.ir the third HUM
    hi Criminal Assizes for
    having caused the d>
    Andiew Charles by shooting on
    the 24th of July, 1948. at Rich-
    mond Estate .stales ..wn.-.-i I" Uu- (i"V..n:i.n;
    on the Leeward side of the
    island), where he was employed
    as watchman
    l-rosequi was entered
    at the Assizes in April. 1949. Th
    matter was, however, reopened
    M (lie AmiIms in April, 19M,
    tacod the Judge
    .iid Jury on charge of murder.
    n Bull of a divided Jury,
    William* had to re-appear for
    trial In July. 1950, Ihl). tune OB
    a charge of manslaughter when

    William.
    nil] Face 'he Court fir the third
    time to be defended for the sec-
    ond time on I charge of man-
    slaughter The charge in the
    first instance that was not
    prosecuted was OH of murder.
    'Go Slow'9 Strike
    Spreading
    BERLIN. Nov. 28.
    The "go slow" strike b) each
    iners against "exploi:.
    the Communist-run Maehrlsch-
    Oatnw ooeinsid is spreading to
    iccordlni
    to reports by Czeeh refugees in
    .
    Quoting; these reports the Ber-
    lin daily Der Toy said that the
    ;-oal output in some pits slumped
    from 130 per cent of the "quota"
    in August to 45 per eent this
    month.
    Serious coal shortages crippled
    thfl pOWOf industry and Bulgaria
    and Rumania had rationing as
    they rely on Czech coal supplies.
    ihc*< ,i porl .in
    The ("lovernment dismissed Vice
    Minister of industry Svatopluk
    Rada, responsible for the awuni
    industries and Indicted several
    engineers and workers for sabo-
    tage but failed to reach the strike
    ingleaders, the paper said.
    (Renter)
    CLIFTON BROWN
    THANKS TRINIDAD
    ifVom Our Own Cttrraspi>i 1H3UT-OF-SPAIN. Nov. 24.
    er announced hi I'nn-of-Sp^in
    that he received (ram On Speak:
    er of thi' ii (.'oinmott'.

    t.lining a message of
    UuUUUI |0 Tim'
    for the
    ai.d chair made from oak, which
    was presented to the House ot
    Commons by this Colony. The
    bt ft nned.
    4 FOR SPEEDING
    ghtrt Taylor ol Bank Hall
    Cross Houd was yesterday tlned
    4 to in- ilmenb
    in default two months' iiiipn-mi-
    rnent with hard labour DO ,;
    Worship Mi II A 1\ im.i. Mag-
    Ml of District "A" Police
    Court.
    He m found guilty of riding
    the motor cycle M-23B4 on Bay
    Street Road, a highway, at 45
    miles per hour. The sssMd Until
    on that road for such a vehicle is
    20 miles per hour.
    The offence was committed on
    June 28 and his licence Is to bo
    endorsed.
    91 CONFIRMED
    Ninety-one OiJldldi
    Women and 37 ::
    firmed by the Lord
    day at the St. Andx-
    I
    presented by Rev. G. C. Wood-
    mfTe. and wil.
    communion at a speei..
    this morning.
    WRONG IIIKA
    TORQUAY, Devon. 1
    A delegate to an internal!";
    nterence here driving '
    car on tha an 4
    street noted people waving
    him. A policeman explaMH-d
    drive on the left in Britain' I
    visitor said: "I thoiipl"
    enthusiastic welcome." CP>
    Twenty-four
    Years At Sea
    STANLEY MAKVM.I.E. 46. has

    Captain o( the Go\iinmcnt Ciaft
    lllf UP the ranks
    1 his career 24
    years ago as a deck baud to the
    water boats. Bome years elapsed
    before be All lie
    A B fi>i .iniither
    i promot-
    ed to bout
    Rapid promotion followed. He
    :i maul attar one year's
    service as a boatswain and two
    months ago he was called to act
    m.' hiid tin- ofloa of
    mate for only live years.
    military
    1.1- Fhirt and
    cap without in iUf tma tie,. Ulb pi.i'ing
    with a worn eoi r i .
    ol Gi-orge I, Captain
    ".; poke "i hu car i II
    i ..a ./
    :
    around hi felrtad the
    I
    . routine
    enl craft
    la Bay to supply ships
    1th wat
    11
    agad to t.ik.- sehonners under
    from the Bay Into Um
    and to assist In the
    putting out of ilres near the

    During the last war. little sat-
    :i>li|iil up In Marvllle's
    almost uneventful wn life. Ho
    accompanied the craft on the few
    bat were made in search
    "vivors off Barbados and on
    -.hen the CorntralH* was
    n tha Bay.
    Bui Ml most strenuous Job. he
    said, jus on the relief trip made
    '. during
    lha hurrlcaHO warnings this yen
    tha aDhoonsT fiiiiip "
    D which v
    of the wave- off Black Hock
    "I love tin* aal Bbsoa 1 beeame
    I have l>con making mv
    living through the sen." he said.
    SAN1 \ CL vim: iiki.mia
    WI1.I.AM) I
    Port O : ,ill are
    hoping for large donations of used
    ;i m on their

    "Santa Clausc-Mremen"
    hundraq npalrcd toys
    U w,ll i.s tn*\ and ilothlng
    CAI-UNC; ALL TRICKS
    WHITLEY BAY. Knu
    Garbage trucks in this Northum-
    berland town have been fitted
    \yith two-way radio, so they can
    be directed to places whei. iu'i-
    blsh has aeeumulated - m<; FENCE
    "Windhoek. SouUi Ww Africa.
    I"., heap bin cattle and game
    Infected with find and mouth
    ... i
    to be in't. BoUth West .v
    .it in Bechuaealansj pedodicallv,
    TRY THEM
    AND SEE!
    Make your white clothes whitercoloured^
    brighter, with rich Rinso lather! It s so
    fentlc and thoroughthe dirt floats out in
    record time. And >ou can DM Rinso for
    dishes as well-it makes them really sparkle*
    For better, easier, and quicker results
    ' Start using Rinso today !
    RINSO for all your wash
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    i
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    ouri-hing milk dunk It UMtSS delicious
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    Pctipk- in ttf iiTivHiirtu mux hj%
    only lh 1km N-iur*lly ihcv
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    PONSON
    WOULD cmAinr LIGMll
    iihmcni. i hdtiicn ihriva an Qushat Oassi h ^ 'i la it"-
    iim-iiiI lod rUimow growiasj J.'""**'*" ","i *"* ''
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    (if daih laik*. I hat inakca ii *n ideal hfaaslail (or ilic bole
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    whole \*.irld ovtf go DAaU UutUss]
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    1925 WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. 195
    Silver Anniversary Year
    The 1st Decerabor, 1960, marks the fulfilment of 25 years
    continuous service to the Barbados Public.
    The pa3t few years have been a period of great difficulty due
    to Controls and the increased Cost of Merchandise, but it has
    provided a foundation for future progress by our careful selection
    of Goods 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 bo 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 th" 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 $1.00 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.


    I'M.I IIHK
    BAKBADOS ADVOCATE
    THURSDAV. NOVEMBER M, ttSO
    BARBADOS fi|AU\tMTE
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    'WHAT IS i.OIM. OX?
    Thurs.l.iv Novrmhcr 30. 1950
    St, Andrew'* llav
    Si ITSMEN the world over will be cele-
    Sl Andrew's D:i>
    variety of myi it was In tin- middle of
    ihe Eighth Century that St. Andrew be-
    came the patron saint of Scotland and
    CM twelve hundred years November JO
    observed as the national day of
    Scotland
    St. Andrew remains to the Scot what
    S I h OTga is to the Englishman.
    It is ,. tribute to the Scottish people that
    the enthusiasm with which they celebrate
    their national day has infected peoples in
    every part of the world where Scotsmen
    live. Secret MCtatiN HIKMafl Othl I
    isations which commemorate St. Audi. R 'i
    Day, are evidence of the universal observ-
    ance of the occasion.
    In Barbados where the dour Scot was to
    U- found among the first settlers, the
    masonic fraternity observe with appiopu-
    ate ritual and rousing enthusiasm the Feast
    of St. Andrew.
    ;
    The Scottish Community in this island,
    of which some are descendants of the orig-
    inal settlers and others new arrivals, cele-
    tfa gwto it public functions the
    day of their patron saint.
    Biblical history tells the story of the
    Christian Apostle and brother of Simon
    Peter born at Belhsaida who had been a
    disciple of St. John the Baptist and was
    one oj the lust to follow Jesus.
    Tradition lelutes that he preached in Asia
    Minor and became the pa Iran, saint of
    Russia. He was believed to have been
    crucified at Patras on a cross, not of the
    type of Golgotha, but rather in the shape
    of an "X".
    To-dny that figure represents the blue
    cross which is the background of the Union
    Jack, the national Hag of England. Here
    it is that St. Andrew has his connection
    with and influence on the Scout Movement,
    the greatest organisation in the world
    catering to the uplift of youth.
    Scottish legends, of which there are
    many, state that the relics of St. Andrew
    were brought under supernatural guidance
    from Constantinople to the place where
    the modern St, Andrew's stands. The old-
    est stories state that relics were brought
    by Regulus to the Pictish King, Angus
    Macfcrgus, but there are good reasons for
    supposing that the relics were taken by
    Accra, Bishop of Hexham, from among his
    collection to Piclland and he founded a See
    on the site of St. Andrew's.
    Terhnirnl .%ssisini*-
    IT must bring the greatest satisfaction
    to the peoples of the Caribbean area to
    hear from the Netherlands Co-Chairman of
    the Caribbean Commission that one of the
    main items for consideration at the Cura-
    cao meeting is the technical assistance
    which the Commission may render for the
    promotion and prosperity and welfare of
    the area.
    It has been said, time and again, and
    expressed in the reports of investigating
    bodies over a period of years that the
    economy of the West Indies could be great-
    ly improved by the establishment of in-
    dustries. In answer to this suggestion it
    was stated that the lack of industrial power
    on any vast scale had been the reason for
    the absence of attempts to launch indus-
    tries.
    For many years there was also complaint
    that the prices paid for raw material pro-
    duced In these colonies did not bear true
    relation to the price of the manufactured
    article
    All these were contributory factors but
    tha Conuniai Ion has now put its Anger on
    another cause of the absence of industries.
    Research work and technical knowledge
    ntials in the launching or develop-
    mef. of industries. And in the case of
    the Caribbean it is necessary that the
    greatest caution be exercised in order that
    the industries so launched satisfy markets
    in the area rather than over-reach them-
    selves by competing against industries in
    the great industrial centres of the world.
    The Caribbean Commission has made
    Contributions to the Welfare of the
    ana. The supply of technical assistance
    is another direction in which that body
    can render another and < m riot
    The Spotlight Turn* On Chime's
    forces rMs il On The East's
    I rouble Borders
    4) This week. British.
    and | NO li. And N.iluthm lo Ihr inter
    trnllon lit Ihr li...... I mi
    in unlit*, in Ihr Kon-.ii Mar
    Mr D+..11 .VIici.mii I Sr. i <
    tar> of SUIr. ^>* il,.
    thin* which ran b, il
    fcr donr' lo rrmotr Red (Inn.
    fear* thai (ll Ihr I I jml
    UNO hWf ullrr|,.r JMlfl M
    Mdiiihiiri.: .mil | ,1 u
    Arthur* Kunm \ lll h
    Ihrr.lrn China'* uw of the
    tr.mlirr powrr (l.tm along Ihr
    Ulu lltvrr. vlUI lo M ,M, ,,,.-!.
    in.lu-li l
    0) HnUin ha* suar.ird that j
    *> out might br found b>
    Hrllini up a hc-dt-r n.> mj.n V-
    l.mil j drrp drmiliUrr<*tl /our
    luarantrrd b> I NO
    a) A I hlni -. (ammuiil.1 mtaiton:
    wld lo br bound for UNO. b
    rrportrd \ hvnj |h^ hrld up
    by wraUirr on Ui wa> lo I'ragur
    It may U> Ihrrr a frw day.
    for a Comlnforni nv-rlinr Thrn
    H la rxpritrd to II) lo Nr \ nrfc
    B As a background to id.
    rvrntu which ban rr
    awakrnrd fear* ihjl thr
    h'l.jn Ukur m*> bvcomr a
    wldrr .onllr'J Page F*Vl
    WHAT IS GOIM. i)S ftkilMii
    prmrnu to-day a nrv map i
    the Far East trouMr spot.-
    (Vawn by llally Ixprrs* arti-i
    JOHN HOIILr. || ,, inlrrprrU-..
    befcN b> Koiti.i: i jk-.su
    ;\T TIBET
    N D I A ?\p 1
    Wi
    O 3C ,., t ^/* f KSD f JrVHttnmn # '* ~
    But Heavy Ilombers Can Cover
    THE ln.i-up ol Communists und
    ii-Comiituiiisis in thi- Far Katt
    toe* like this:
    In Korra the Unlt.-d Nations
    Ban deploy seven Ualb
    OlvWoiia (iK>ut iflo.ooo men).
    seven South Korean dlvislona
    (iibout 100.000 men), and 20,000
    Commonwealth and other troops.
    Ham i abo vust auperkn^
    I an- und sea |wer. And the
    hole of China Is within easy
    heavy bomber runge.
    AjnUut these forces (ire 60,000
    Nora Koreans, perhaps 100,000
    Chinese "volunteers." and some
    thousands of Kiierillas. In reserve
    in Chine-.- M.mrhuria. but i,.t
    necessarily available or equipped
    bet, ;.re Sim.OOO Itrd sold-
    KOKMOSX
    mese mission on >>. mj
    to New York says it will discuss
    only Formosa Two days after
    nvasion of South Korea
    warty live months ago the U.S.
    Seventh Fleet took up positions
    < mii Formosa from assault
    l>v the Chinese Communists. On
    Ihe Island are 400,000 Chinese
    i
    Legally Formosa is still Japan-
    ,-, in i ,iui-yuntil a peace treaty
    h.i> been signed with Japan. After
    that it was due to go back to
    I II
    HONG KONT.
    3 It Is all quiet today at HMag-
    Them All
    lly lloberf .tVssel
    Kooc Ilrltish Crown Colony since
    1841 (and in 355 square miles
    of Chinese mainland opposite, o:i
    lease to Britain till 1997.
    Ona lintish policeman and a
    Red guard stand at the land front-
    ier of Hed Chtaa
    Behind the policeman. One
    British division, the Royal Navy,
    ""i fighter and bomber aircraft
    Hou at Okin-
    awa and the Philippines.
    Behind the Ittfd Kuurd: Smallish
    luiitiniieiits ol scattered Chinese
    eastern army groups, 400.000 all
    told
    INDO.CHINA
    -I l:ni(h poition in I ndo-
    CataS) after tour jpeara* fighting
    Is grave. They hav 150,000 regu-
    lar soldiers, budly needed for
    I .t home, and 60.-
    000 troops belonging to Vietnam
    most important of Indo-Chlna's
    three States associated In tho
    French Union.
    The Vietnam Government,
    whlcfa enjoys limited home rule,
    would not be sorry to sec tho
    Franco depart, but hates and
    fears the Communists more.
    Over 80.000 CommunUUdomi-
    Dated rebel troops (one third
    the rhtni.ii
    control the north-east
    cornet of Indo-Cliina to a depth
    ' htl and parts
    o> ilu* coastal zoin-
    'nun- elm: Ited control of the
    Vital rice bowl, and easy access
    to Burma and Siam.
    Across the fruitier in Chlni
    ere 4011.000 Red HkbV
    could be used against Burma an<*
    l nl 1 1 poorl>
    equipped, scattered, and have
    "'' If Mipport.
    BURMA
    5 Over 6uu aulai of common
    frootlei seuarati- Conmiunlai
    China from Barma The Hols
    look enviously ( Hurma'a rich
    Mtores of nee, rubber, end tin.
    Economically Burma was
    trippled by World War 11
    i'olitu,il|i |( i.. immature an.
    iraglle. Geographically it hai
    wide tracts of mountain ana
    jungle which cannot be policed,
    and two good roadsbuilt in th
    warwhich lead Into China.
    These roads el M h V 1
    gtcallj, into Bartna
    TIBET
    6 Red invasion of Tibet ma.
    have been timed to make up
    for Red frustrations iA*er K'
    and Formosa.
    Invading Chinese forces were
    ' m from western a
    groups, strength 35O.0O0
    L.E.S
    Our Header** %y:
    To Ihe Fdlfor. The Advocate
    anUj Hopper1
    a retired overseer who on a pen-
    sion of J3000 per month is being
    mtoietered to by a cook, a
    nouastnaid and 1 maber Tnel
    he oeanrg gtva u Li balp em boU-
    day on pay because his wife can-
    not cook and he is too decrepit
    from over... rk to help in the
    house work, foi all or which he
    places the blame on aaatend
    .Vs .1 visiting Canadian it has
    al..,i>:. Imhii a pn//lc to ine why
    tlu- teitneri la Barbados, who
    ouuveto each relaa>ar* amaU
    tracla of land, should need over-
    een Surelj the ten .
    manage to supervise the growing
    of sugar Dane 0B theil I
    111 the same way that farmers in
    1 England itow wtteet
    and other .,., (,,m3
    frequently much larger than any
    here Ol course on some of tho
    JOB r.madian wheat f.nn.
    the whole of Barbados, thev do
    have foremen but even these are
    kept to a minimum. Undoubtedly
    there la n practice In Barbados, but f-om
    gonei.'d imivresslon one BBtherf
    that the policy here Is to alwns*
    sacrifice efficiency with the object
    of employing as many people as
    possible, a policy which of couise
    eventually results in very high
    costs of production. All of which
    Is duly blamed on poor old
    England.
    Another aspect which came to
    light from the 'Hopping Planter'
    letter erai the iirseonceajed hatred
    nd which is so preva-
    lent In Barbados This rather
    shocked me when I lirst arrived,
    as I had been told that Bnrhados
    "led itself Little fecund end
    prated loudly of its loyalty to the
    Mother Country. I have since
    found out that English people are
    egarded here as foreigners. Just
    is much as Germans or French
    people, and presumably England
    also Is regarded as a foreign
    country- England certainly Is held
    responsible. in no uncertain
    For all the Ills tl
    bet*! this Island of Barbados
    It is rather amazing that the
    Hritish government doi
    reellee how bitter is the fooling
    end take
    steps to relieve the situation.
    because it certainly is coetng In
    really oppressed British taxnupci
    lot of money
    It
    would be a simple matter to
    allow Barbados to s<*n her pro-
    duce In whatever markets she
    The deeds or misdeeds of the
    British Government have nothing
    to do with Mr. [topper*! cook
    chose to find buyers. With the "'"i""1 ,i"'\ul^ J n'ver ""ft
    proceeds of nich sales, either in Keste<1 ,nal Mr Hopper should
    dollars or sterling, she would be b Put to i"lV ''*u
    In a position to make purchases onl-v -'iKfiestion ... t, \|
    of what she Imported lo the ex- ll"l>l*'r should do the bo
    tent of the value of the sales. It while the cook was on holid
    would be necessary of course to and 'h^' 'he half day m
    insure that the value of Imports should cook tho mid-day m
    did not exceed the value of ex- "" sorry that Mr Hop.
    poiis 111 the various currency should have UUnan BU
    areas, as England would not then lion in such bad |mr aflei
    ! available to make up anv be did Bat fn lelp
    deficits or to guarantee any ENGLISH HOUSEWIFE
    credits us she does now. This 25th November 1QM
    would probably mean quite a bit
    of lightening up of belts and Privr Cnnlml
    undoubtedly a lot of cutUng down n,n"
    on linrurlee and nonessentlals. but The Editor. The Adrocate
    at that I am sure that those Bar- SIR. -Kindly allow me lo in-
    ba,,i;Tsa *hu soL di*Uk'' England peel to the pnee -Control [1
    would rind it a chcapprice to pay apectois" for protect.....
    roe' naomlj ll0PS*M>f*j roup 01 hewkerl arho sell theft
    might even start the idea of hav- Kl>mis tD0V< lhl. s,,rill
    ^ _l*y..loeal iiiduateiee toebaed BlV(, tln. ,...... S^^ ,,'
    tiler ,]., fll
    Dananag 1 -,., | ,,.,,, and ,
    i.
    if depending so much
    places to supply practically
    thing that L< consumed or used
    here. Anyway such an arrange- "JJJ "h -bchcouled at 3 for 1
    menl would remove the cause of
    all the bad feeling against Eng- Peart 10 cents ami 12
    -........'- ts3 ^r* isc*per
    I am a hncpeyer and thereto,
    Finially as a visitor might I pre- am entitled to ton* OtectloD
    sumo to make one suggestion lo 1 uncereij ;,sk tiiaj ,1 eemptJfn
    assist In encouraging tourists, pro- he .started against the*,
    elded that U economically Inde- chargers and District Pun
    pendent Barbados still wanted Unions be set up to
    them. Barbados has only two as- ing u few imprisoned. Fine im-
    ete froni the tourhtte' point of iH.ainj; iii never stop ovcr-
    . a healthy climate and a charging or mil
    1. bathing beach! I is at, encouragement!
    neither of tbeao can Barbadians |fr f a ii^hup and Col.
    hake any credit bttt OB tin helm may give talks on meth-
    lhy are doing their utmost to ode of trapping these peei
    rum both of them Your papOl hai OVEKCHAKGE11
    cuimpaigned serlou'lv tor 1 leaner
    1 iwn end II sun Shop I- i~i,u,i-
    ii but why Btop there with the
    in Id inowlh of population here "LJJ* cd"0'. The Advocate
    nils sanitation peeMem ell Mlt.While 1 h ,*ten to con-
    over the huand ! delephi| Un- Ki-aui.ae ti, Wages Bo;rd for
    less this situation is faced and *hoP AaSistante il Bridgetown. 1
    haadaed, thle healthy olunate may Jf* fasten to ai>peai for somo
    not be able to withstand all the "" of help for the Shop n
    human efforts to destroy it and ani?. 'n the cour.Uy dUtricti
    the problem of over population
    may be aolved In a very unhappy
    nwinner.
    J. B. METWICK.
    Hastings.
    No* 26. 1930.
    Church.
    Holiday*
    Be shops
    and First Aid storm in the comi-
    - thai ahould 1-. eovemed un-
    der the same board.
    eWng from 8 o'clock or
    1 g*t only J1.0C
    week, end ere aver is years
    as compared with the newly pro-
    posed scale In |
    Advocate. gory What can |1.0Q
    of do for a poor girl who has to

    re- for herself
    they only get three or to
    To The Editor, n

    1 letter has no holfdi
    bearing whatever on the pre" K >> D
    ous correspondence. 25th November, 1950.
    To Break
    Soviets' Grip
    lie Pirrr J. Iluss
    LAKE SUCCESS. N.Y.,
    A movement is developing at the United
    Ijruak the Soviet Union's grip on
    mmunist leader Mao Tse-Tung by
    .-onvincing him Russia slyly is keeping him
    mt of the U.N. instead of seeking his
    Ion.
    Top-level delegates to the current assembly
    ire toying nrttfa tlu? idea of hammering this
    iuHi hnnhl ha Mao by direct and mdittct
    Mltactaj demonslratuig at the same time in
    -very possible way that the Soviet Union
    'topes to keep him subservient by continued
    Exclusion from the world organization.
    Ales Bebler. Chief Yugoslavian delegate
    .nd President of the Security Council during
    Novatnber, has told International News Ser-
    '. h mind for months the Kremlin secretly issued
    .n.stnictions to Soviet Foreign Minister
    \ndrei Vishinsky and Jacob Malik to do
    everything to spoil Mao's chances of gaining
    entry to the U.N.
    "li is tu the Kremlin's greatest advantage
    to keep Mdo under its thumb," Bebler B)
    m private conversation. "Mao swings ti
    nendous weight as nominal head of China.
    However, as long as he is isolated from
    wtaide contacta, he is dependent on Russia
    lor all dealings with the west. Once ho has
    t 1 seat in the U.N., he runs into all sorts of
    opportunity to tabs on even terms with the
    wot. That is something Russia is afraid ol
    :tnd consequently will stave off as long as
    poaatble.'1
    Britain's red-haired Minister of State
    Kenneth Younger is of identical opinion.
    So is Warren Austin, doughty chief of the
    American delegation to the U.N. Sir Gladwyn
    Jebb. British spokesman in the Security
    Council, has openly stated such an opinion.
    Nationalist China's delegate, Tingfu F.
    Tsiang, believes that Russia holds Mao under
    abject control and has bred such a rabid
    communist disciple of Stalin in him over the
    past years that he never will be another
    Tito. Still, he feels also that Russia has
    played a two-faced game in keeping Mao
    out of the U.N. instead of getting him in.
    The Western group is absolutely certain
    that in his two trips to Peiping last summer.
    Deputy Premier Molotov engineered Mao
    into invading Tibet and intervening in
    Korea. Communist China could not have
    found a more effective way of barring her-
    self from U.N. membership.
    The nine-member Mao team currently is
    in New York to press charges in the Security
    Council that the U.S. committed aggression
    against China in putting Formosa under
    naval protection and it obviously is under
    close surveillance by the Soviet delegation.
    But Western representatives, nevertheless,
    intend lo pound home to Gen. Wu, its leader,
    the contention that Russia is playing Mao
    "for a sucker."
    At every opportunity and every day and
    night that the Peiping group is at the U.N.
    or in New York, contact will be sought by
    the Waetarn spokesmen to accustom the
    Communists to rub elbows with
    non-communist members of the U.N. From
    now until they leave, they will hear repeated-
    ly that the door to U.N. admission has been
    wide open and would have stayed open if
    the Russians had quit meddling in such a
    way that Communist China wns put In a bad
    Ughl
    Gen. Wu will be told again and again that
    from the standpoint of political timing, the
    invasion of Tibet and intervention in Korea
    were unfortunate and played into the hands
    of the Soviet policy.
    It is recognized at the U.N. that the West-
    ern diplomats may lose the battle to the
    l .is far as getting anywhere with
    the Pcipmg team in New York is concerned.
    Smart as Western diplomats may be. they are
    up against Vishinsky and also are bucking
    tba IrOftClad mentality of a one-track com-
    munist mind and discipline.
    v ishinsky has been known to get rougr.
    when crossed and none are so naive at the
    U.N. that they think Vishinsky would hesi-
    tate to drop the kid gloves it he suspected
    that the Peiping group was drifting awa>
    and into the Western camp.
    However, ways and means could be devised
    by ihe West to establish direct contact with
    Mao or to get at the Chinese people behind
    the bamboo curtain. A high-powered pro-
    paganda campaign conducted through all
    possible mediums, including Assembly and
    Security Council speeches aimed at Asiatic
    cars, could have tremendous effect in Banking
    Mao sit up and pay attention.
    The keynote of each statement from non-
    communist delegates would be that Russia is
    bamboozling Mao and is keeping him out of
    the U.N. This thought was stated openly to
    the 60-member political committee by John
    Postal Dulles in giving support to Tsiang's
    proposal that the U.N. investigate Russia's
    grip on Mao.
    In any can, must Western delegates feel
    that they have everything to gain and
    to lose. Mao might crack in the long
    runor perhaps the Chinese people, sup-
    ported by millions of guerrillas, will crack
    Russia's grip on China for him.I.N.S.
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    TUl'BSDAV, NOVKMBKK 311, 1950
    BARBADOS ADvOC.VTK
    23-Year-Old Found
    Guilty Of Causing
    Grievous Bodily Harm
    AX ASSIZE JURY yesterday found 23-year-old Wendell
    Kin^ ol Gibbon's Bogies. Christ Church, guilty of causing
    Hiievcus bodily harm to Alma Callender on June 8 with
    Intent His Honour, before postponing sentence, asked Sgt.
    Howard to make investigations as to where King was em-
    ployed and find out if there was anyone who would speak
    on his behalf apart from his father.
    King was charged on alternate
    counts of Inflicting grievous bodi-
    1 ly harm with Intent and unlaw-
    fully and maliciously inflicting
    grievous bodily harm
    Mr J SB I >ear appeared on
    behalf of King. Mr. W W. Reece.
    K.C.. Solicitor General, prose-
    cuted for the Crown.
    I The !,.iv f,.r the F
    | was that Alma Cai lender went for
    walk on the luaht of June 8.
    I had to limit her walk because
    clouds in the sky. When
    Found Guilty
    Of Receiving
    Stolen Goods
    SENTENCE un Clifton Raid
    was postponed by His Honour the Shu
    Chief Justice. Sir Allan CoUymort of rain ..
    when a pent jury found him guilty 'she turned back to go home she
    at the Court of (..rand Sessions saw King who 'made ii^-i'x" a:
    yesterday uf having receivedi her. She objected and King re-
    stoiai property sometime between j sorted to violence
    August 30 and 31 this year. Reld j On the other hand the Defence
    was charged on two counts, lar- i tried to prove that King caught
    ceny of cigarettes and sugar bag i Callender stealing fowls from un-
    hlcii were the property of one der his father's cellar. She came
    Miller who owns a shop la Chap-
    man's Lane, and on the count OB
    which he was found guilty.
    The case fur the Prosecution
    was conducted by Mr. W. W.
    Reece, K.C. Solicitor Oeucxal.
    Reld was noi represented.
    The Prosecution's case was that
    Reid entered Miller's shop which
    was kept by Rita Phillips. Reid.
    sometimes known as Bent Foot,
    has a deformed foot and foot-
    prints about the shop were seen
    which were similar to prints which
    such n foot would make.
    Reid told Phillips in the pres-
    ence of a witness, Orman Scott,
    that he had the cigarettes and
    would pay for them.
    Reid called no witness** but told
    the Jury that someone else had
    taken the cigarettes.
    Before he left the dock, the
    Chief Justice told him that he was
    lucky that he was not found guilty
    on the flrst count.
    First Witness
    First to give evidence, Rita
    Phillip- of Chapman's Lane who
    takes care of a shop there for one
    Miller, said that on August 31
    she closed the shop and went to
    bed. About 4 a.m. on the follow-
    ing morning she heard a window
    of the shop on the eastern side
    being shaken. She was nut very
    suspicious on this account and
    went to bed. She awoke again
    about 6 a.m. and saw more Unix
    lhan usual in the shop. When she
    went in a window was opened.
    She noticed footprints in th
    shop and missed three cartons
    of cigarettes and a sugar bag-
    Reld came there that day and
    lold her that he had stolen the
    cigarettes and would pay for
    them. He told her w*ne one had
    sent him for them. He also asked
    her what was the price of them.
    Onnan Scott was there at the
    time.
    Miller came on the following
    morning and she told him. She
    knew Reid well. There was a hole
    In the paling.
    Cordon Skeete of Suttle Street
    and proprietor of the Montgomery
    Social Club there, said that on
    August 31 Reld came into the Club
    and asked him If he would buy
    some cigarettes from him. He told
    him he would and he returned
    later with two cartons and 15
    packs of cigarettes. The price
    agreed was five dollars, but he
    (Skeete) wanted to deduct some
    money Reid owed him and Reid
    did not agree and took them away.
    Accused of Theft
    He returned later that day at
    the club and later Orman Scott
    came and called him. accusing
    him of having stolen cigarettes.
    He told Scott t. ,ome some other
    place and talk it over.
    Orman Scott of Chapman's Lane
    laid that on August 31 he exam-
    ined the shop which Phillips kept
    and saw footprints. He had known
    Reid from school days and knew
    he had a deformed fool. The foot-
    print*! corresponded with prints
    such a foot would make.
    Scott then corroborated I'hlllin-'
    evidence about Reld having come
    and told her he had stolen the
    cigarettes.
    PC Eric King said that on Sep-
    tember 1 he went in Chapman's
    Lane at Phillips' shop t invest!-
    gate a case of brcakim:
    ing. A window on the eastern i Id*
    seemed to have been tampered
    with and there was an Indentation
    beneath a bolt on the wind
    Later In the day he saw Held al
    the C.I.D. and he was charged
    PC. Emerson Yearwnod corro-
    borated King's evidence about
    i-d and told the
    court th;it Reid mads a vqluntarv
    Maiement.
    RIlOO Brown? told the court that
    he h.. Chapmtn's Lane with the ciear-
    ettM on the night in question
    After a short retiry the jury
    returned their verdict
    from under the cellar and rushed
    at him. He then struck her with
    a stick which he had in hi. hand.
    Followed MiiiUtr\
    King's father, who supported
    this story, said that he followed
    the Ministry and wouid not he
    Two other witnesses tor the De-
    fence brought out that at the
    time which Callender said the in-
    cident occurred King was at the
    Plaza Theatre with them. While
    one said they sat together the
    other claimed that they were
    M'parated.
    First witness to give evidence
    for the Prosecution. Sgt. Howard
    of Oislins Sub-Slatiuu. told the
    court that on June 8 James King,
    fa'her of Wendell Kints cama
    the Police Station and made a
    rcixirt. He went with him to Gib-
    bons Boggs, Christ Church, and
    when they got about 75 yards
    from King's corner, he saw a
    crowd in the road where Wendell
    King was holding Alma Callen-
    der.
    Callender spoke as one in a
    delirium and kept saying that
    someone had knocked a ring off
    her finger and Wendell King had
    saved her life. He carried hex
    to the station. She had a bruise
    over one of her eyes and one on
    her thigh. While Callender was
    there. King told him that he had
    Just come from the Plaza Theatre
    and had caught her under the
    cellar at his home carrying away
    fowls.
    While he was taking her out
    .be attempted le strike him and
    ho struck her on her hand with
    a stick.
    He took the woman to Dr. Ward
    who ordered her to the General
    HoMHlal
    He returned to the house on the
    following morning about 4 o'clock.
    The house had a wall and gal-
    vanized paling about six to seven
    feet high. The trap door to the
    cellar was then open.
    Loss of Poultry
    Wendell King and his father re-
    ported the loss of three fowls and
    ix chickens.
    About 6 o'clock when he was
    returning to the station, he found
    a red hat about 35 feet away
    from the house. He went with
    King senior to the land of one
    Williams nearby and found five
    heads of cabbages in a cloth bag,
    three fowls and five chickens in
    another bag. He found a pair of
    slippers and a knife In a box.
    Williams had cabbages on his
    land and claimed those in the
    The two bags were wet as rain
    had been falling, and when he
    held up the bag with the cab-
    bages, they fell out. the bag being
    rotten.
    To Mr. Dear he said that he
    had seen no iron within the
    cellar.
    To the Court he said that he
    had been Investigating a com-
    plaint made by the Kings that
    fowls had been stolen from them
    Dr. Ward said that on June !
    about 250 a.m. Alma Callender
    was brought to him. She had a
    i-lling on the back of her
    left hand with fracture of bones
    just below her wrist. She had
    a large contusion over the lower
    parl of her right thigh, a bruise
    over her left eye and one on the
    left side of her chin. Her abdo-
    iMinful and lender
    although there were no external
    marks of violence wcr that area
    rifch: h-ind and certain bones
    e broken There was .i
    bruise on her shoulder. Splints
    were put over the hand Tin-
    splints I,.id been disarranged after
    he had attended to It
    Alma Callender of Wall IIIK
    Christ Church, said that at about
    7 pm on June 8 she left her
    home and went in the direction
    of Gibbons Boggs Between 8 30
    and 9 o'clock, soon after she had
    turned King's Corner and got
    into Gibbons Road, she saw
    clouds overhead and turned back
    When she got at the corner she
    am Wendell King leaning on a
    s:irk He called after her and
    when she continued on hci way,
    he called again She told him
    that ihey were no friends but h*
    followed her and said "Woman. I
    am talking with you".
    When she got to the gap in
    which he lived, he came In front
    of her and pushed her saying
    that she could go no further until
    he had his 'say' with her. She
    told him that if he pushed her
    again, she would strike him with
    a stone if she found one He
    repeated the push and she stoop-
    ed tn gel a stone. When she w.i
    getting back up, he gave her a
    blow across her right hand with
    'he stick He then struck her on
    her leg and above her eye She
    fell to the ground and was sub-
    sequently examined by Pi Ward
    nd Dr Gale.
    Her hand had been put in
    splint-. One day, while In pain,
    she had struck it against sftMbr
    l'\(.l IIM
    tic was accused of stealing
    fowls.
    She did not know of a police-
    man having come to the scene
    on that night.
    One Bunaaj Whllt she was
    going to church and was travel-
    ling along the same road, she
    saw Wendell King who observed
    tnat she looked very "hot"
    Loitering Charge
    Recalled, Sgt. Howard said that
    I the night of the incidents be
    had charged Callender wiln
    loitering
    After lunch James King, Ural
    witness for the Defence, was
    ailed. He said that he was d
    father of Wendell King. On the
    day in question he reached home
    M about 6 30 p.m. while hi
    tt bom at about 7.00 p.m
    His son Wendell returned at
    SbOUl 11.00 p.m. He heard hi.
    call out and he went into the
    yard. He look a Ught with him.
    o In the yard along w.th his
    was a white hen.
    is son took the light from bun
    and went under the cellar. His
    told him that someone was
    under the cellar. He told his son
    to close the cellar door so that
    they could corner the person
    After the person began to damage
    the cellar he told his son to re-
    open it A woman came out and
    stood up. She rushed at his son
    ho had a stick in his hand His
    son struck her once with the stick.
    Neighbour Comes Up
    It this time Grecnidge,
    neighbour, came up. He borrowed
    Greenidge's cycle and went to thi
    Oislins Police Station where he
    reported the matter.
    To Mr. Reece; 1 searched the
    liar just before I went (or Sgt-
    Howard There were four fOWtf
    still under the cellar. Three fowls
    and six chickens wen missing I
    found the fowls at about 6.30
    o'clock on the following momma
    on Mr Williams' land
    Marcus Woodroffe said that
    on the night in question Wendell
    King. Roy Ash by and himself
    i-nt to the Plaza Theatre He
    dropped home King on his cycle
    tar. He left King and went to his
    home. On the following morning
    he heard that King had found n
    thief under his cellar.
    To Mr. Reece: On the nlghl In
    question King and I were a!
    Ashby's home. King came there ;i
    tbOUt 0 30 p.m.
    Went To Theatre
    TO Ills Honour; 1 frequent
    Ashby's home. King also frequent .
    there. 1 see him daily
    Lust witness for the Defence.
    Roy Ashby, said that on June H
    Woodroffe, King and himself wen.
    lo the Theatre. Woodroffe bough',
    the tickets They wont in and sat
    together.
    After th* show King and Wood-
    roffe went towards their homes on
    WoodrolTe's cycle. He remained
    and spoke to a friend.
    Mr. Oear then addressed th
    Jury followed by Mr. Reece on
    IwhaM of the Prosecution. His
    Honour summed up and the
    Jury after a brief reti
    retuTied their verdict
    Ctrrib Commission
    To Promote
    Prosperity
    Dr HesMrik Itiemens. Nether-
    land's Co-Chairnian, addressed
    the Caribbean Commission at it.
    opening session in Curacao
    One of the mam themes of this
    meeting he said. ill be Tvchnii al
    Assistance which the Commission
    may render for the piomotion ol
    the prosperity and welfare of Un-
    people of the Caribbean. It is Bay
    fervent hope that from these dis-
    cussions will emerge an outline
    for a plan of action for (ha real
    and useful participation Dy the
    Commission in thil
    The paper on Technical Assist-
    i I proposals pre-
    pared by the Secretary General as
    Of tha discussions held
    during the Tenth Meeting will un-
    doubtedly prove to be a useful
    guide The discussions which hare
    taken place in the meantime In
    the Working Committee should
    tflnrwUM form a Itasis for .i further
    i
    Death By Misadventure
    DEATH BY MISADVENTURE was the \eida-i u turned by
    a nine-man jury when the Inquiry lUiTOUIMtlrsg the death
    of ti5-year-old Moses Lewis o( YMrwood Landwhich was
    held by Mr. H. A Talma, Coroner ol District "A"con-
    cluded yesterday.
    Moses Lewis died oo the spot after he was involved in an
    accidentwhile he was rimng tlu- biojreaa M-:J575 <>n Black
    Rock road -with th. | Mr. J. E. T
    : and drivtn by Afford Broome.
    Full Support
    I as I am thai the
    Commission can and should play
    an active role in the co-ordina-
    tion and direction of all efforts

    ity of the Caribbean
    \<. 111 ie.il ;% sutnnce I
    pladga the mil support oi the
    Netherlands Section in this im-
    IHirtant Held.
    Anothci uuk awaiting I I
    Its piesenl meeting is
    the hxinn ol the budget for 1951
    I fc-l that the budgelai I
    sion.. which will ensue will prove
    to he useful from many a point of
    : IU furnish the Com-
    mission with an excellent occasion
    to review as completely as possi-
    ble its past and present activities
    and I" draw i anlli'lti picture of
    future possibilities. After four
    years it should be possil I' i tafci
    Itoeh and to decide with great
    .lie when the Commission net
    ,, -.,',-
    when on the contrary, H ma)
    have hewn h tendenrs to over-
    ' e the opu
    of many others that the Commll
    i\ may ciajm much to
    ils credit and I hope that during
    this meeting we will grasp the
    occasion to establish very clearly
    our future course in order that
    the Commission's usefulness may
    be still further enhanced, and
    vote the Minis necewary for that
    purpose
    CLERK WINS
    "YOUK GUESS"
    Mr. Darcy Holder of Ifeaara.
    f Harrison and Co.. Ltd was
    the winner of the 'Evening Advo-
    cate's llfth "Your liue-s" compe-
    tition which closed yesterday
    morning He guessed correctly that
    the photograph was the
    the roof of the porters' lodg- at
    the General Hospital
    There were over l many of the prop I < submitted tin
    correct anawer, Although
    them knew the phot* -cm was a
    bell, ye' lhe> did not
    t-. jiT i- i>
    Son..- inought It was a bell foi
    religious worship at places like
    Buckingham Methodist Church".
    "Grace Hill Church". Church 01
    God". "St. Bartholomew's Church"
    and the "Nazarene Church"
    One competitor called it the bell
    over the "Savannah Club", while
    Othsj thought it was "Glendalr>
    Bell"
    Two other compelitifs who did
    not want to commll th*H said It was "A bell in Its slind
    a building" and "an andenl P] lUa-
    tian Bell".
    Some of the other entries were
    "..i ,,i, \ .,... I F Bel
    on lira Brigade Station", "a bel-
    fry", "a bell on a M-iiii-splnwheel
    on top 'if church", "a Curfew
    Bell". "Bell on House top, Queen's
    ]' i ]'.- 1 ..' V. i
    tery".
    She was mentally i
    kept repeating that a
    had lewd her by pulling her out
    of the water. He sent her to the
    Cencral Hospital The Injuries on
    her hand and on her thigh could
    have been caused by the use of
    a sUck. The tenderness over the
    abdomen was probably due to
    blows with a fist. The other In-
    juries could have been caused by
    a blunt instrument or by a fall
    The mental confusion seemed to
    be caused by the resulting pain
    of the blows she had received.
    Rones Broken
    Dr Gale said that Alma Cal-
    lender was attended to by him
    on June 9 sometime during the
    day. She had a sling on her
    Case Adjourned
    A CASE brought by HuUi
    nfused and Thomas Harewood of Deacon
    Mr. Clarke Itoad foi ecuvery of possession of
    a tenement situated at Magazine
    Lane and occupied by Hilary
    Scantlebury which Harewood
    claimed to have rented to Scan-
    tlebury was heard and adjourned
    until December 14 by Mr. Justice
    J W B Chenery in the Court of
    Original Jurisdiction yesterday.
    Mr fan Gale instructed by
    Messrs. Hutchinson & Banfield
    appeared on behalf of Thomas
    Harewood who alleges that h?
    sent a notice to Scantlebury to quit
    the premises by October 31.
    The case was adjourned a1;
    Scantlebury is ill and was not
    able to attend the Court yesterday
    When hearing resumed
    nay, accounts of how the
    Occurred were given l>\ thrtv
    : sraoM
    Wrst witness celled
    Wharton a mason of Joi
    Black Rock. He said th.n
    (lay November 20 about 0am
    he was standing near
    by a man come
    Gap.
    He was about four roods from
    yearwnod Gap and thi
    .is riding the |
    while a motor ear was
    BsOg up Black Kock Road and
    Just as the bicycle- reached th.
    of the gap it struck the
    r:-"oi ear wlin h
    . a Black Rock Road
    Cycle Crov.es Koad
    The rider of the Mey/cla wenl
    o\er to the side of the road.
    When he looked at the rider he
    MW >>>! he was stretched out < o
    the ground after .
    i he motor i.. (traggnd it
    ui.ycle uIoiik the road which era
    wit at the time of the aeddent.
    Another motor car w;i
    load at the tun,- of tlu
    tl gar was driven by Mr
    Roachford The car that struck
    lie bicycle was Mr Brain h
    it was being driven at 20 to 2j
    i hour on the lafl II d
    proper side >r the road ,;
    the direction of Bridgetown.
    Asked D) tha fireman of tha
    |UT) Which rida Of the motor COJ
    S-96. the hirvcle struck. Whartori
    .aid that the blcj
    left side f the COT.
    Aubrey Panurn, inspector ol
    Highways and Transport, told tis-
    i Ourt that on November 26, in
    was called to an accident whim
    '>eeurrrd on Black Roefe 0
    teaching ti led it rfel
    . saw the motet ai S-*6.
    An inspection showed that the
    i.-in of the radiator, ihe right
    cad lamp and bonnet wen
    lamaged. Me road-'ested the
    brakes and found them in food
    OrtOT When he tested the brake,
    the road was dry.
    Chauffeur's IMtlcncc
    A'ford ttroomc of Low l-m-l.
    St. Lucy, said he Is employed by
    Mr. Braneker to dnvu his car S-98
    On Sunday November 26, he wa-.
    driving the car Roaf going In the direction of
    Bridgetown. Mr. Braneker was
    sittiftg on his left in the front seal
    nd one Ge >rgc Clarke was
    slttihif In lh<- bai k sent He v. i.
    dri\|ng the oar on the left | Ida
    of th,- road.
    When li* reached Brighton;:
    corner a man riding a bicycle
    ashed across the motor ear from
    the direction of Yearwood tini*
    and struck the car and went over
    on the right side of the road.
    At the moment he was driving
    the motor car at about 20 tn 25
    miles per hour. There was another
    motor car M-1S00 on the road
    After the bicycle struck the CBJ
    he "mashed his brito
    brought the car to a standstill
    He got out of the car and wen'
    hack and saw- the man that was
    riding the bicycle itrctt bed 0U*
    dead on the ground, his face
    pointing towards the left side of
    the road The car after the
    it dragged the
    I ryele a little distance.
    To the Jury; The nvtor Dtf
    travelled about 15 to 20 feet away
    :r m tha place where the accident
    OOCUrrnd, After the Ideycle riddet,
    by a mnn dashed out from Year-
    wood Gan Into Black Rock Road
    The cyclist was not seen before
    t occurred and whan
    Ban the accident iiad
    already taken place.
    Barrister's Kvidenre
    Mr. JET Braneker, BarrUter.
    t Uiv. af Derricks, St. James,
    Old the ootfl that he owns a
    Standard motor car S-96. On
    E mday, Koeember 26 at about
    3i .in, his chauffeurAlford
    tlioomc of Lowland, Si. Lucy
    ui.v lag In oar along Black
    h'ock Itoad going in the direction
    of Bridgetown He was sitting on
    the left of the driver while
    a r Qarhn was al the back.
    Just as his ear arrived at the
    mouth of Yearwood Gap he
    Midden ly saw m front and to a
    right ingle paralleled to the front
    hunipei a push bike with
    idlng. turned out of the gap. At
    the same time he heard a crash
    t metal and the cyclist was
    atapustod int.- the air.
    There was another car on the
    <>ad and this was driven by Mr.
    KoachfonL a Civil Servant. At
    the time of the crash the motor
    oar S-96 was being driven On the
    left and proper side of the road
    bout 20 to 15 mllea per hour.
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    shortly after being demobbed in
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    Ix-en resident there for 30
    I are,
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    loss axe his muuier, his sisters,
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    Crown Malt .30
    Household
    Requisites
    Rinno Soap Powder
    Lux Flakes
    Hit ..... ..........
    Chomico Cleanser
    Vim Cleanser.....
    MIn Cream ......
    Candles ...............
    Bath Brick Cakes
    .53
    .15
    .24
    28
    .28
    .16
    .2C
    .El
    .22
    Peanut Butter
    and Jams
    Peanut Butter......55 .35
    S'rawberry lam2-lb.....68
    Apricot Jam2-lb -60
    Pineapple lam2-lb .67
    Mulon & Ginger lam
    2-lb .40
    Fig lam2 lb .S2
    Psach Jam Mb.......60
    Block Currant Jam
    H-lb .80
    Juices & Squashes
    Utona Tomato Juice....... .34
    Brooks Tomato lulce...... .38
    Silver Lecd Pineapple
    lulce .39
    Orange 4 Grapefruit
    lulce .28
    Grape Fruit lulee.............23
    Orange lulce .........p......44
    Cox Apple lulce .........SO
    Rose's Orange Squash .99
    ME
    tSQHii


    THURSDAY. NOVEMBER ;)!>. 1950
    CLASSIFIED ADS
    B\RB\IX>K WVOCATi:
    PAGt S
    TELEPHONE 2SOB
    FOB SAl.1;
    AUTOMOTIVE
    CABFOrj Freten iBi: Model -n>i
    1J.S0B mil.- -.id in f.i l ronj.t
    courtesy OARAGE n.ji mio
    CARVaunhall VeV.
    under UHD num. ..
    CXH'RTTSY GARAGE
    UCIBCAL
    BLDCT1UC WONIn good to
    App:> Albert Juidir, Wvell
    LIVESTOCK
    COWSOne aure Bird M > P....
    -all 10 dan old! One hall bred Jerae*
    H-Lfcr Calve* 11 da>> old. Highc-ler-
    wmn hkm
    m
    115 E
    k:\U'.i. :.. .
    rg Front Ul I
    M#iih_- Gap. Hj,-
    eaasbar. DMI 3MU.
    II*.
    C*ff fTOi it,,.--. mi
    PiHLli mIjeS
    AUCTION
    nmnniu
    tTRKrn.T06 I*rg vuWty of Cock-
    li tables In M.hogan). Ctdw -ud
    Blnh. -l-o eaahaany RimnC Table*.
    Dinner VYagaona and Dinner Chain., a
    good choice of aidabdda. I_.rd Bedateade. 4 Ralph klr.ird SIu.-a
    Boon... Hardwood Allt-. i" tan .':
    POULTRY
    TURKEYS-Biir now. SO rent, par 1
    rranrra Villa. Intu Martoa, Rho ne
    tha .ea. Silvar Sand-. Clorlat Cfctwrh
    30 ll I
    MISCELLANEOUS
    ATTOArTIVR srs-SHAUm far ladles
    and em- s.imrtinn* llrw (r
    H M or .tr.p |( required IBre
    Your Jeweller, v De LIMA Co
    LTD.. JO Hroad Street.
    __________MllaVOi
    t'A-.K I-l_VYTN ." .'. |,-| |rt| 1.1
    lei N.> M Mil*. An
    CUN1TWT SETST**t >nur own
    urine for .u,r ihli .imple -
    can use It travellBig who -uffar liom Dlebeti .
    Xnlht Ltd 30.1110- In.
    fife extinguishers Bfutaui i
    Bin. and quail alia* lot all rUwi oi
    fire naiird. Ne refill until umi
    COlTtTfWY OABAOI. Dial 4*1
    BB.>1B0-Sn
    UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
    |B^,i'"?USi'0".* r*vl I will t11
    r^H'" R^"" '""-
    vukwt omrrmi
    > .....
    AU..-I on
    .-oS "1."x*"**' h-inmB.,
    ' > clock, iinr houaa called 1 oen
    1" ^*"*h '>** ( cta-ed .-.*,,.
    ar. Drawing and Din tig P.>omi 1
    HARBOUR LOG
    In Carliile Bay
    Ma II. M v
    *n - >, /,tj womu
    M Ok,U RNNVM-Ha ^ KU,^ ,
    Id Touch with Barb&do*
    ComUI Station
    Om$ ad WU.1N, waat li^ir|l iji
    ad.iaa ibal thay >an w convmuntcMr
    g** !" '""ow,n ,nip, ,hrn,lfn )hr
    ajdMd ._- laua
    -a,5i "Y*"?- ^>U- ron Ri^hapanw
    T-.bari*. iOQUn M*nn*t Sdanuera.Trail
    Tonhand Rwtll Pn,n. Ba-bl?T
    Ntdardai. Racanf. Jafuar. Sra Hvttc.
    L'aviria. SunavM, Badlord fa'l Hal 1
    t g r ibTi h hmE*
    nidMn oaran r> ., |>aiJia t.nn
    *MI. Akaroa. Lady lalann. Dran.,
    Sea we 11
    HL
    chamber of commkrck Cycle Found SHIPPING NOTICES
    VSK EXl'L.AJN.VnON
    1. Ja lona r
    "E roou*-. I.om D
    *b Adallna. an tona nH, Cap* "la
    in. from ft
    -- DPA*TIMII
    lOdflMr, .\oi irai, net c
    11-mud.
    I -ill on*, for aale by Tublie Com
    ^n r?iA?y^f^^,t'T,>K,A "I
    aquara raat ol und ..t ruAnu-
    ron CONDITIONB Oh- SAUI TO
    R AlCllfcH McKENZre.
    KING8IXY-_aJ>a ., rVl'lfVHi-"
    Trtl. daMnbld rMMkaiH-c lacw, .L
    Il-.Irsill- Tannla Couitl and .um,
    D",*,r* " KiUhrnallr
    nadkabs. and i,m...i. j b* -->... I dirMni nod ai<4 UMal ofnraa
    'I t -enam. ioom. Ttl
    hole .xa. I. 0.1*0 aqu.o, |
    Bale by public cviiipettlKm |>lda>
    km ' 2 ,.
    l-AKHlNdTON A STALV
    Lucaa Streei
    -
    Mnr.R riniJiRKN-s pi-^%- iiouir
    Can be aeen il "Alibeville" Oueal Hou*.-
    - RH W. M. potier
    IIW In
    PAitKFlf M PENS Now Model. Jual
    Treat yourwlf 01
    lor Xmaa Knliiiir. pftaenK
    W.11.80- m
    RAIN COATS. HAItt COAT: Al M It
    eaeh lovely roUrni. m PUatlc lot Ladi-...
    They are i uteful iumI eronomk-al Anl
    would m.* a lovely Xroa. Olfl loo.
    THAN I HROS Pt Wm Men.y Stre-t
    Dial i
    in m
    I c
    01 VBtm MovaaJTrai m** i p >
    llralnen. Spoom. ilntlar Kmvr Ho.ik
    Marker*, AO> Tray. Match Ho* Coven
    Jual the IhlnB to Blve a frMnd m Bill
    Alas many novrltwi In leather Knight
    Ltd. 30 I* SO m
    Th undetMined will art up for aal>
    ' MU umea No. 17 High Street
    anddetown. on Prvday the l-l day ol
    ! M. 1*:-. .1 i ,.
    1*0 Pteference Stvatea ot 1. eta, i, 1,
    ,v Ibirbulix Te|ei>h>nie Co Ltd
    '0 Ordlnaw Share* of each ft
    Ud.
    xi I'reletenee *h.tr. ludW DMlTlbU.
    en iB'dod Limited
    COTTLB fATFOHD . I I
    II VI .
    KM \l>. 11, .,
    oppoaiw f
    h Mh
    of rft. Cheei
    The land will ha et tin 1
    bniblk? competition al our afllca. Jnmr
    SlieH. Bridgetown, 011 P.id> 1-1
    December. IBM, at 1 SO p m
    Yearwood a Bojce, Sol1 I
    B.ll Tib tn
    AHIIIVAL8 Bv
    Prom TH
    <- 1 I , 1 ,
    ...a Mar
    1 r ' OaiMAIM
    Itoben ..
    i*r..m ST LUCIA
    lona ar HaHene.
    '1 Ian-F \ I A [
    D| '.1 Nadfei
    ,';
    MAIL NOTICES
    Kaila for St Lucia, bv the M V
    Jo^wlU b. (u*d .1 in,, ornarai
    PARCFI. A WXilSTKRHt MAII. .
    p m ,.,, ina ,rt D^^be.. 1140
    bo the IX
    December. IBM.
    uM?"^,"r a"n'*- TUnldad by Hi,
    ^.i2L 0*"W under
    PARCEL A RKGISTaaED MAIL al
    s^tvMivnr&rBTa.
    cial I'oat Offlra a* under--
    w^A,,,C,?L:,,;^(il8T^K^l, OBUMKAaW
    MA!e./UW Pm- ,,W " --
    B^,"'irtor_1I"JLM5 b ,n* Sc,, -
    POBt UflKe aa under
    PARCfaU RnoiSTRHED h OKDINAMV
    1 the. .
    'II
    VEUETABLK 8BEDB. A frerti up
    ply of all klnda received at Colllni
    Limited. 12 cent* per package.
    a It J0 3n
    XMAS TREK DECURATIONS Spec.
    diwimiit or 10'. now applying on 1
    purchase- of these decoration* Pur
    limited piiiod only. Be* your lewllem.
    Y. de Lima CO.. Lid JO. Broad Ktreet.
    Bridgetown. M> I *
    70nRA perfumeil
    contaumie. DDT. A powerful Iragrtu
    anltatptlc farmicldekca-llent for the
    Irk loom, public room*, office* elr
    Obtainable at "II leading Mum
    Bill Ml
    WANTEI*
    HELP
    For our Oil Mill Depart
    inent Appls in i-.-m and by letter 1-
    the Manager Barbado* Co-onorattv-
    (-niton Paclory Ud. I------
    BfTlATION TACANT
    MANAOam For Larf* auitoi.ery
    Btora tn Trinidad Writ* *UUng w*-
    parlaaM and quallBcatlonj to P.O. Box
    AM. Port-Of-Spaln enclo.lng racenl
    r^OBBdyaph. Salary accordlna !>> abili-
    ty. Minimum 83.00000 par annum plu>'
    (^nmlaatou.
    aa.ii.so-iin
    nl'ORY 10th Avenue ixnd hou^
    firm Pine Roadi. Belleville, St Michael,
    landing on 3.111 iquare feat of land and
    containing ckt-rd ajaUarv. drawing -nd
    d'ina rc-om. 1 bedroom*, teach wltn
    it-1 rung wait!-, kitchenette, and uvuil
    ci'ivenlcnco* San-ant room and aaragr
    in yard. Inepectlon 10 a.m. to II noon,
    and > pm. to *30 pm. on week dar*
    on appllcaUon to Mra. Robin on. on the
    premlaea.
    The property will ba aat up far *ale
    by public Competition at our Ofnca.
    J*me* Street. Bridgetown, on Pi Ida>
    l-t POCBBAhar :*S0 al B > in.
    YUHWOOD A IU1YCE.
    Sollcltora,
    nil 5* *.
    SNAKES HANDICAP
    SABUt SOUTH AFHKA-
    Hlack Mamba*. Soulli \
    lllflvl tlu-
    country BTOUDrJ Hie aosctrtc power
    latl'ni in this Transvaal town,
    Bui employees say "Mombas an*
    just aa nfraid of ut as we arc of
    # rram Pae 1
    Mr Goddam said that Mi ca\-
    nad not told them, but he would
    like lo let them know that tru-
    present regulation had been marie
    ^ith a treat deal of protest ftoni
    li Cam
    I'ud.-r UM Shop CloBlna- Act one
    COttH open his ahop at 8 o'cloftk
    in the morning. Where thai Wfa
    done now. the breakfast hour
    would have tu be given by II\
    F m according to the Wa|l>
    Board regulation In ihe past IB.
    breakfast hour was starred b,1.
    some as from 9 a m. to 10; 10 t.
    II and 11 to 12 noon Under ihi
    present regulation one who took
    Ml breakfa*! hour from 9 to 10,
    would have to bt* given an hour
    again at 2 30 pm the end of
    .-nother at, hours from tJM Qjaa
    he had commenced u> work.
    The Labour Commissioner might
    *ay that he did not intend to In-
    terfere with what people wen-
    doing at present, but if they
    wanted to know if this was ao,
    ~ik him to put It In wnilng. He
    as sure he would refuse.
    ' 'i man was given his
    breakfast hour from lo i n. uy
    3.30 he could take another hour
    because Under Ihe regulation he
    would be entitled ! it.
    If an employee was given ....
    hour in tht- morning and was kept
    on after his return for more than
    4S hours without being given
    vyriiiu: on patrol dittv
    Burclayg Bank
    DOMINION. < OLOMAI. AND
    OVBRBRAai
    nABBAUOX. B.W.I.
    BATBS OP BXCHANur
    < .1.1.1 Male*
    rsik Nareaaker. IBM
    LONDON
    , Balling FUa
    ai an Day* Sight *.72i
    'IP Bt CTJTS
    SMS ! SB 4 71*0
    * 18 .. ,. 4.TBXS
    V 4 17
    UBJI
    Mm 34c.' Sight
    47T50
    I Mm
    Cable
    Coupana
    > Bank
    land
    GoM
    4.T0
    'Mil, |/.|
    Of I *
    Nolea
    Niar roaav
    72* 10% pr. Cheque, en
    Banker* 70 t'H) pi
    Sight ot De-
    mand Draft. 70 4 10% pr.
    Cabla
    Curraeey 00% pt
    Couaona BO 4 10% pr
    Bllv-r a" B*.
    OoM 10'- or Wt
    I40 to (I
    HOUSE One Hoard and ahlnfled
    houM a 14 a wallaba ahlngk-* on
    roof. In good condition Applv Meaer>
    Clark and Tucker Phona SBM.
    I.ONT
    DOO4Jne Brotm dog li
    Ot ItellMillr BBIwBPl I.....
    .' (-..I.-.
    a*nM to Wilk.. Won...... Mh Aveim
    llellrville M.II.BB k
    I'M bhmb "i -! Dtki larsa
    .....i Maxwell it
    Plnacr will tie NWBrSSi I
    T^ne lo BerkleA Court. Stream >oad
    ITIII.M Ml I M i:N
    Hi. ill I WANTPD
    Call at the Adell Shirt Paclorv
    Swim Slreai. you mu-t h-ve yOU
    machine*. Richard E. Phlppa
    Acjidenue de Beaute of Parl* Etanre-
    r.rrd- aajunl Woman Capable ot u-.aii.-igi"it
    an ln*tllutlnn >.f Beaulv I
    MiUite will -uppiv al) apparatu*- Frari-
    chiaa of celebrated French beauty pre
    nanrllona will be given to lot
    For further particulars applv
    Madame MICHELLE MEHADITCII.
    Si Leoi-rrt. Hi- St l^inardi Ave..
    Si Michael llarbad-.
    iTrl XBAi att.ll.5a->!
    MISCELLANEOUS
    A HOUSaV-l/NO IXA1W. OH OUT-
    RIGHT PtrnCHAaC- BHot i
    nodem convcnlencaa 2-4 Barroom*,
    lot-atcd In ona or more acre- of land
    Ml Agent*. Bo> AA C 0 Advocate Co
    30UIO->n
    BOXXa All klnda of Card Board
    Boaa> other than corrusated card.
    Apply Advocate Binding Dapt.
    BLBW
    CAB Ona
  • 10 HP In good working order price
    rr.i.a be Advocate AdvU; Office.
    ?" -i '.> Sp
    WRAP COHi and ifold Jewellery
    l.ougtit. highe t prlcea paid Sea your
    jewellara, Y. De Lima ft Co ltd I".
    Broad Street. BrldaMown.
    BIII.U- lln
    TUITION given in Spanlah. F-rnch.
    Caiman and Italian by Mn MAKIA
    CARLA7TTA CONSA1.VES lormerly on
    the ataff of the Ecuador UnHir.it-
    *ill al*o undariaka b-an.Iatlon*
    Call between 130 and p m B4M
    Santa Clara. St Uwrencc Gap Bur-
    bado*. aB.IIIOBn
    NOTICE
    R> Ihe Eil'ti- Of
    HILTON UWr.ll.VN (K>I.IA-H>
    d'eeaard
    NOTlfT 1% HEREBY (.IVBW that all
    per^n. hBVtl .r clait,.-
    -. ...
    i,
    i of (
    1*1--Hi \-io riled an Ihe led

    Band In particiilat. ef their claim. d..i
    BHeBaia to th* ip-,w..r-.
    NOTICE
    PABISN OF BAtNT MlrBAIL
    TENDERS are Invited lot Ihe election
    of approximately SI levt of Boundary
    Wall at St. Bamaba* Chapel
    A Specification ot the work to be
    dona can be seen on application lo U Office and Tender* In aaaled envelope,
    marked 'Tender for St. Bamaba* Wall-
    will be received up to 3 p.m. on Man-
    FBED I ASHBY.
    Churchwarden* L'rk
    Churchwarden* Office.
    Parochial Building*.
    Bridgetown.
    ii H -
    J>>*eph I* cioi'd for rapalr
    5) i.i.i. M
    Tha Conimiaaloner* of 1
    NOTICE
    ABIBM OF CBBIBT (HI Bt N
    Atipllialinni laccoiiipattitd L\ Baptl'
    -111 -
    _, _-----1
    saw. io. i
    .h Vcitry Exhibition tenable
    ^- ii,.- Bn>.- r>iiiiKlatliin Scliool.
    - muat lie *ona of pan-In.in-
    era in atrallened cln-umitance*. and mull
    than twelve year, of age ..
    ol me eaamlnalion
    Candidate* ri,ut pr leant thenualve* for
    examination, bt tha haadma.ler at Ihe
    Boy.- Foundation School on Friday Bth
    December. 1030 at s.ao am
    Application Fori-
    frnm my office.
    WOOD (iOHDABI).
    Clark lo tha Ve.ir,. (nrtil Church
    Mil M-On
    ran tona .. n -. uaa m i mm.
    (. * jeMNoa B.iaiag .Pi.u, n,-
    Salad M.,aa.d. PU-i.u.n ., ,-.,
    TAKE NOTKl ,
    i Us
    ken
    am about to obtain a loan of ciod
    under lha provi.mn of the above Act
    " Sugar, MoUiaei and Other
    nop* oli Ihe bbM plant.tin,.
    Cl.oaa h- alrea>lv i^^n borrow-
    ed acaknet tha am crop..
    Dated thl. Bath d. t
    NO
    I? M
    '
    of Ikcmln IBM
    Shall proc tha aaaet.

    i
    I than hav-
    I
    ' oaacf or - pait On

    Anal all peraom


    N uibei |S0
    C1JVR1SBA FXDOetA ?
    QuaiaBed Aabnln:
    Oollop dee aa aid
    fMIIKIIIIIN NOTHE
    Public .*n to an
    ' for the
    Agricultural Exhibition on 6th
    1
    ' 10. aaai IS and 30,
    "is: "This S
    Membei.' -
    Both of these I
    I other s.- utas are
    2* 11 503n
    LKJUOR LICKNSK NOTICK
    older of IJquo, Ltcei.ee No. 40S of W
    icapact of
    If p floor M I*o 47 Roetiueh Street. Cltv.
    jor permi Bin to u*e Mild L40M0*
    Lanrr Ar ,.t n board and *hin*jle ahop
    -lUched to reald.ttav. al Week. Land,
    Uoodland. St. Mlcbaal
    Dated On. jeth riot t Vovembar 1*00.
    To E A. McUDOD. Ban.
    ni-t a-
    Blgnad PHII.LHTA CRAV. I
    Applk-jiil
    N I 1 upiil.,-. lion will la- con-
    i n- Court 1 be bald
    Irtrt A', on Friday
    II.* tth d.i ol Dnemlier lUOO, at II
    I
    I'- A. MclXOD.
    J\ili,e M..|ii-ti.l.- DBS A
    n ii h in
    ii.,;, .
    Banker. 03 l"%
    Demand
    Draft* B3a3> pr
    Sight Drafts S3 j 10". pi
    I pr.Cabl.
    INTIRIOLONI*,)
    '.-. pr Demand ,--
    >Mln. Bel (
    v.% pr. cabla
    Mir BBcl
    CoupOBO 1B11
    BABABIAB
    UIM li.- .-,1 477
    Cabla
    iMIn Mr 1 Caht*
    III.HMI HA
    4.7B Note.
    HOI.IV A SB H
    along Roebuck Street ai
    fttSTr <"^i .^i. ","d "" Al"" H"" *"VI0. alt.I' IK
    ,vcl. m.o lh. J.r.t,..
    ;:!! T'
    i an now aaim it
    thing he had pj 'l^lllKll -TWO- \l vit Ol I>
    *'rnmg Tha body wai
    :o Ihe Public Mortuary
    lutooaY waa performed
    l
    MONIBBAI. AC0TRAL1A
    SBAIAJTB 1.INV "-
    MAN 7 UMVl
    M 4 TOWOARtno ft ehad^Wd M
    kfl Adelaide Jnuaty 40>, Melao^ma
    Briabene Januan BfUi
    .J-.
    Febfl
    *ir> Arrr*
    ilm hall Mare
    "). S1
    Ml na> ample
    fterbedo'
    Ml 1.1 j cock aaid that he under-
    stood IXjCosU's had taken advin
    at the Attorney QatkBTB] and he
    hud pointed out that the length of
    iima. before the giving of an hour
    l'plie.1 only from the eominen<-r-
    nent of the atu
    Mi Trweoc BowtIoi *td (hat
    notice .ippe:i ,
    'long imUi oHhm mrrn-
    "ers of his compuny, interpreted
    (ruddai.l
    J-ad. He understood that the
    Wages Board themselves were in
    iW about Ubb wording of
    ..lion
    Hli tam bad lakan iba optoion
    i tnc AMn'ti.A Oaneral ,,n lh.-
    i be bad Bald
    *** houra did nof ,i,-i
    :t onli
    ippllad ai from the .
    Mni ol ona-a .mix in othei
    OCn Ihe tiiiu- oftdj BtaVttd
    to work ano not after he had re-
    sumed
    After further dttacuasaon, on the
    suggestion .if Mi S P H With-
    nall It was dtvide-l for the Preai-
    dent to approach tha Labour Com-
    HMKsioner as nlre.idv mentionetl
    Discussion iollowetl on the
    hum cloeiiii; and most
    > d tha vif\. ih.ii
    ' i inra in bMBour of the busi-
    es closing at the same
    me preferaoly (ran II fooo M
    lm. Aiiiotih
    Mi Tntvor Bowring
    thai ha UaOtafht
    ^tild oppose it Tin-.
    i keep then business
    -
    benaflt of visitor to tha briand
    who might in.
    town and uould be dMcuatad ii
    d tha Btora cmmmmJ bo that
    thay eould not u<'t anaal
    qulrad Thii wai aqtiall) ppl
    ...Mi- t.. jN'opl.- fmni the nuitittv
    -'-ids who usually i
    i on !!,i. Bhop-
    ; Ha thaTUghl il wns a fact
    th.it in no othei big city in the
    i hi tin- vti bbs RfaTa loaad fot
    '.. day
    On UM iiiution oi Ml I v Qod<
    n on the break -
    inn .1.. ,
    - "Utopay prncnnru
    by Dr Simon and death
    ilmted to natural causes
    *THK COf4T OF LIVING index
    * at the end of October ii
    -till Ml It has been at this
    i the last four months
    id of April it was 242
    HI M.B.KSON WALMOND.
    .itiis "Daubert", 0f Cave-
    wood. Howell's Croaa Road, was
    i v Ihe Police and charg-
    ad in connrxtion with the larceny
    I .i ayjld ,-hain from the reat-
    Rauban Ross of llnfold
    M lap
    A'alrond is also chaig.il with
    P and 24
    dence o( A
    S. Jones of Two Mil* Mill on
    Till: (III KtltS \\M M
    aliniONAJIf rnaaOu will be
    held at the Empire Theatre on
    I f> p m The Chan-ma
    will be the Lord Blahop an
    I t'v i ujnwej uh ;.,-
    mi piers will be pro-
    vklad,
    NEARI.V Kirn INCHES ,,i

    . i.>ck vaa-
    llRLa) morning This Wag th"
    ' rainfall for that period
    h rt'Ci.Klc.l |w,, uvchai
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    AOVOCATI.
    THURSDAY. NOVK.MBER JO. lUu
    IN k ni\
    DOCTOR DIA1DES
    WILLIAMS CASE
    naaa*
    OOROEOU8 OUHBIE MORAN. ,*.n b.r.. hu cU.ined her MM tdlad panUt. for L.oprll .kin
    one. Hal pintle, made bI famoui.
    BEVIIS
    '--/mm I.
    Thai noes OM
    I Institution
    "HU U veniment
    cannot accept as basis a set of
    proposals which have repeatedly
    been declared kinaocepUMe H
    occupying pouri and
    to the (in ni
    bj ITS 'li1
    Opt lik.- the Soviet proposal Is
    overs .1 much too restrict-
    ed Ik-Id (ienii.ni problems, though
    very important are only part of
    what would have lo be discussed
    at any useful (our power meeting
    "Mere words unsupported by
    deeds must not be allowed to in-
    duce us to jeopardise the social,
    economic and defensive position
    which we have I,mil up for the
    free world at the present time.
    "Ever since the Soviet proposal
    was read we have been in con-
    tinuous consultation with the
    French and United States Gov-
    ernments and I am glad to be able
    to announce thai we have agreed
    upon the desirability of a meeting
    of officials of the three powers
    next weak la Paris to consider
    OUT detailed replies to the Soviet
    note and to examine possibilities
    for fruitful discussions with th
    Soviet Government."
    defined the position
    the Britain OovtrnnMBt in thi
    matter as one not of blind accept-
    ance but of constructive approach
    to problems. "In view of the
    present world situation it
    peralive that the free world
    should not allow itself to he devi-
    ated from its Hi st task of strength-
    Bnlnf its social, economic and
    military defences.
    His Majesty's Government are
    in agreement with the U.S. that if
    aggression were to take place in
    n time would have to
    take place as last as possible and
    that means that Western Ger-
    many must be involved, if West-
    ern Germany i to be defended.
    il seems to us only fair and reaa-
    mabU that the people of West-
    ern Germany should help in theii
    own defence
    "Some people are naturally
    ...u.i i iboul rearming German*
    o aoon altii the and of the war
    and the is ol Ger-
    many are strong!) opposed to the
    creation of a German general
    htaff and German army on the old
    model.
    "We have therefore agreed with
    the Americans that any (
    contribution to ttta
    western Europe must be m
    form ol units of an integrated
    Atlantic force".
    Refer ring to the French pro
    posal for a European army to
    Herman units Devin said:
    We (aai that this would only de-
    luy the building up of European
    defences".
    'We bold the view that the
    : rabdi proposal is too limited Ir
    cope. In i a Europe Is not'
    11 one enough ei at praatnl dlvi-
    od It is no) stand h.
    iitaK
    "This great conception at an
    Atlantic community is one which
    Dt to bring about. This
    -ion of 12 equal and indepen-
    111! till
    and rw tfowtn
    itig mo*l
    of. the ti. I Europe '
    anc" workuiL In urmonj with thej
    i ir>s ami |
    eat nan force it !
    .he world
    N'evci ":.;. u II it is the wish
    . i the Fie'. Oovanunaal or i
    : nj othci OoVOmmanl in Europe.
    lo proceed i<> examine the possi- |
    i :hty of formlni a European
    'irmy as part of an integrated I
    force for the dafanea of Europe. .
    the Brltlah Oovarnma-nt will not.
    tand In the
    "1 appeal tn tiie FivikIi let U
    get on We are .inxiou
    iclay The situation In II
    Panties Do Not Make
    Tennis Girls Stars
    NEW YORK
    TAKE it from Elizabeth Ryan feminine tennis is a bore
    and no silk-tared pant it- gal is ever going to take the place
    of real tennis as played by men.
    young gal said this you
    th.
    might attribute it to jealousy but
    '.I* Ryan has played in morecoun-
    .ries in the last 40 years and won
    more titles than any bod >
    male or female.
    Sn* has won 19 Wimbledon
    Klaa. tive USA. champtonshlpa,
    :une singles titles in the United
    States. Mexico, Russia. Italy, Au
    hi rranoa, ('/.echcsiovakia. Eng-
    land and Ireland, and 22 doubles
    titles In various countries around
    the world.
    Now she is heading for Puerto
    Rico at the behest of the govern-
    ment to teach the young down
    Uiere how to swing a racquet And
    since she has played with and
    against the best women and men
    [ilayers in the world for !U year:.,
    we may agree that she knows
    .thereof she speaks Listen to i
    samples.
    Only Glamour
    "Gorgeous Gussle Moran may
    have glamour in her short pants
    iir men-and she surely has a
    )>eautiful figurebut she knows
    nothing about tennis."
    About those lace-edged panties
    what does Mia> Ryan Udnk
    d ul them. And Miss Itynn who
    till is only a svelte 12a pOUnda
    iys lirml.v 'I don't rare what
    hey wear )ust so ihey can reallv
    day tennis."
    Liz says the best woman player
    >he wrld nas ever seen was the
    rrenoh galSuzanne Lenglen- -
    int. she added, any sixth rale man
    i.in have beaten her
    "Susanna," she said, "had b
    dride about a foot and a hall
    loiigi-r than any other woman
    (layer. When I wns playing against
    icr | quarter century ago she
    OUld always get to the net IW
    ne of my fanciest irop ihoti no
    natter how good it was."
    Not So Gettd
    "Helen Wills': Very Hue. m-
    iecd, for a woman, bul nut so
    ;ood as Suzanne at her best."
    Liz surprised us by saying that
    he thought Paneho Baguia aotu-
    liy has more sex and I I p
    I*al than norgeous Gun w
    >plle his bow legs" She ,i
    is a pleasure to watch his drop
    hots. He has a marvellously
    ieiicnto touch and he |
    ing power."
    She seemed hesitant about
    laming the beat maio player she
    lag ever seen Hui she old say
    hat Bill Tildoi probably had
    i.tore shots Ihan any oficr ulay-
    T.
    Howeve. -.1
    .Ion Hodge probably Wi>g :.
    n of chanipi Budae."
    he said, "was slightly terrlllc."
    Li/, frankly admilled that lh
    tali today buco m Louise
    trough and Alice M. rbh- had
    i iMl'ei -ei v :i than the slars
    l hi v -And." she added sniil-
    Tigiy hdMj an not hampered
    by long skirts. In f.n-t. they all
    ciuered at all '
    She ano confided (hat gurgeou^
    Gussle. through cnrioi lenMn
    te Is going to make more dough
    ever m.uli' in ICCUW, That. Bh '
    BOt to be sneezid .it
    (I S S )
    Najdorf Leads
    AMSTERDAM. Nov 2.
    The |Kisition after the thirteenth
    round In the CheM Tourii.tir.cnl
    First, Najdorf (Argentina) 10
    end hall points
    Second, Stahberg
    nine and half points
    Third. Rcshevshy (USA.) nine
    points
    Fourth, Euwe (Holland) eight
    and a half point*
    Fifth. Gigloric (Yugoslavia! |
    eight points and one adjourned I
    Sixth, Rossolimo (France) eiilht I
    points.
    Seventh, O'Kelly (Belgium) I
    seven points.
    Eighth, pin- (Yugoslavia) six 1
    and a halt points and one j
    ndjnurned (Renter )
    CLERGY AGREE
    CANTERBURY. Kent. EhkIihuI
    A [. Fonder, a layman, told a
    meeting In Canterbury Cathedral's
    ChaptSI ROUM that tOO many i'-
    mm -...... pre I
    His audience, all clergy:
    plauded enthusiastically KP>
    hi m> own partlwilai' uixiu,{
    ranking ba u

    I
    he ccursei sre such characters
    .own
    ; > and aonm
    i. aid have been
    i ced to th. nans.....
    ago).
    So today Tin glad to pay tribute)
    10 the & ,.;
    ii d i promote] Ved Broadribh
    i.o J.i.K Solomons.
    Ibb manages th
    eight pi Johnny
    villiams Solomons proposed to
    :;e Willian. .ij nn t j tough
    young Ammean heavywalgnt,
    George K |
    Gardner bill on November 14.
    There*) only tie question of
    Williams'* eyes. One was cut
    against Pat Comlakey That one
    was re-upetuM and the i I
    : ,' < ' I.I!'..! .1.
    Today Wiilia.ns has a bad scar
    under his right eye and terrible
    one under his lefl
    They've even talked about
    scraping Johnny's cheek bones
    \ Inch are deli and peculiarly
    shapedor of doing a plastic |ob
    on his face ln the meantime a
    fighter has to eat.
    Wise Thiiii:
    But boxing is graauall, daval-
    cping something of a coi.'clence,
    even though no one has yeg been
    able to chisel a percentage out of
    OS And Broodnbb and
    Solomon i are doing a v.:
    Wuuasnj is to be taken to in
    '-dial chosen by Teddy
    Waltham. secretary of the British
    Boimg B .u i of fi '.' i He will
    be accompanied l H
    Broadrlbb And the dilemma wil1
    then be the do. t
    This may seem the logical thing'
    but how long has b">
    logical? It may eeeen ihg
    .
    ty has too often fled
    from the rttag
    as is a sign of U
    a sign that the mm erh
    ai.d On bi l
    there mu.M bl I in-nevcdenco
    In n apart whlcs iln
    cohat in mount of
    public upposltion
    .I. for once, thi?

    Appalled
    ,'.ie arc i-,..niii,
    i|N.rts watchers, ratfiti thanactlvn
    i nave ban appalled bv
    "f a sports-mad young-
    aaar doing his time ax a National
    .-.ei. K. in.in He write*
    I have )ust finished doing ..'
    little boxing training, by myself.)
    on what was supposed to be a
    i i moon "
    ha had thai to say of the
    | ithj erfaloh peivades a "crack"
    n iroenl In the Brltlah Army:
    i do 'inn). :ii:it a i
    u itaga of the blame Uee with the
    i-co-operative spiril ol the
    |p8 theti I
    1 have Oven known fellows to

    of
    I it.>li sport has to rely
    on the radii terdaj
    in anottwr port of bis letter my
    coiraspondenl makaa this htttor
    mpUlnt:
    "One would think that in the
    Army, or the Forces in general.
    there would he. as publicised, an
    abundance of opportunities for
    the sports-minded But how wrong
    van In this regiment
    i- have riumber of football
    i utaebut no bladders.
    The result two matches
    How on oorlh can
    haps supposed te he Uh pofti
    [tan ol tocnorrosi nvi in nmch-
    ; i eded prad tee and expark
    1* the lack of playing i
    iporting equipmen; reallv under-
    i: rnnx the tradil
    i f taking part In sport?
    I hone fkn ' i
    jhajentlal Ii iroing out of our
    iiake-up.!*..
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    hat n new dead-end street here-
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