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I'.iOF. EKiHT 'BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tl'ESDAY. OCTOBER IC 1*51 72 ENTERED FOR B.T.C. MEET^iSSL 22 HORSES COME FROM OVERSEAS MfiitMl Hospital suffered another dsrfeat when Ihe Barbados ketniriwM •*. merit beat them by an innings and SEVENTY-TWO horses have entered for the B.T.C. Autumn 10 mm on Saturday in naar in' %  n this year. The meelijiii : %  turdtV, Novemimmediate rrlcket niatcri. i Will b. SDntilluS i I Thursdiy November 15 ..On 'h* nm day ,,f play. Menla, and Saturday November 17 i thy 72 entries are Trinidad horses while four are from St. Kitts and one from British Guiani The following horses have been clawlfled for the respec• REGIMENT WINS AGAIN Barbados Beat Tigers 41—28 BOWLINf. ANAI Y11S 1 IlKM KUI Aul.mn SUkrv ( MU'RTEESTH RACE —or.liiniA C2 (MaWrnM-M A Handicap. K UWM-HC I I iirlmiirv Furlong* I BudKet, 1. Dsrham Jane. : Watercress, 2. Fuss Budget. 3. I. Arunda, 1. r"irel.rh. 5. Dim Not unite. 4 Flleuxce. 3. Red View, 6. The Thing. 7 Test Match, Cheeks, 6, Topsy. 7. Yumtnt, 8. 8. Fill.., e prinPrcriy Way, 9 Landmark. LA Sunbeam. 5. Vanguard, three wickets and conceded six Soprano. 7, Miss Friendship, 8. iuns In doing so. 9. Clementina. 10. Diamoa. SIXTEENTH RACE. — I arlbbran Hand leap. A A B Oaa > a l /C 9 Fttrleng* I. Gun Site. 2. Notonite. 3. .. inf..,.,,.. i n,..u„... 3. met *S2SJ\*-£Z£S** „ !" m V S "'-','""•*"• *' '""• '" l' !" drum. 6. Tops.. I.uiiwaya. I Ol ITU LtaatB. fc...,.^ %  —-% %  SEVENTEENTH K.\(i:.-nrlihUn %  ':•" W-iTSlSB&r, ^HSLS *'—"" Fnrleng*. *•"•" %  *" I. Atom, 'r.^oJc^' 1 12 H '?Won,n,p II. 4. Elizabethan. 5. Yasmeen. ( j,3* V !" %  .-,. Landmark. PrnTftlH B. R..lfr \ Pvfrr* a SM-h.,u ( ABSLT a tmii'ii illicit RACK, Nuvrmkrr si,He* C A t; tWTigrg)—WA 7' Furlong*. S Thor La*l*i H Alkli Front llnppe., Star. 8. Just By Chance 11. Blue Diamond. 8. Wllmar. B. -"II ls.(t Jrumpeler I up. I '"'" "" la -"' fl 'ViJfZ* tt ># allotted) MGIITEENTM RACE. — Nelson Champagne II. 2. Cardmald. 3. Chutney. 4. Dunvuerque. 3. Su;iia. 0. Scedlini;. I Rivei M lid i: First Admiral, B. Munch Winds 10. Cavalier. I|. Mav Day. 12. rtambler Roae, 13. Mv l^ove U 14. Dia Roae. MXTII RACE. Caamiuiion SUkl R . IM *tla.ar KI Igajtfj i "in oul pj ion c Canlnalon b C B • IS on C H Law If., b BranHrr 41 %  rib* Q B UkM It V fttiMr c aub b C H Lawkai II niitaftl a b MrKnilr • ward First Innings 61 with afcltaatai b nrn- *. rarmrr r iub l> llr'nkrr 1 "ifton i BOWl.SNn AMAXYSR Mciuastf t abla a l.r I.. %  M Matihmi <• T.\,i BARBADOS won the first Baskrtball Test match against BMfJaTl Tlgtn at Y M.P.C. last night The M game ended 41—28 for Barbados ti Rudolph Daniel top-scored for i" island with 13 points Louis I ireenidge, Algy Symmonda and n lifTnrd OlttAm scored fight each I nv Isaacs was the outstanding i layer for the visitors. He got ten -a. joints while R. Thompson scored rdttt. When the game svai about rive ,, minutes old Ken Isaacs opened the > %  lor the visitors. A few secU onda later Rudolph Onntel equal%  i Mi with a beautiful shot, afannie a Edghill put Barbados in the lead — but Mike Kenny equalised •• At the end of the first quarter •lie score was 8 6 in favour of Barbados When the second quarw. ter was onlv a few seconds old %  j Kenny Isaacs equalUed with a nice J u %  % %  % %  -rir.1 I—if HOSPITAL Ind hini" i b Wail. > Clark* i". : B uiwlna pari oui SEVENTH RACE. Worthlns Makes. %  l^wer-W/A. 7'.. I M rlanas. 1. Fuss Budget, 2 \<,tcnne. 3. Demur 5 H eci vpraw 7 pnihlng Princess. 8. Tppav. 8." Lunways, 16 >'.. "nark. EIGHTH RACE. Sprinter.' SUkea.-_A A B Only-W/A 3"j rssrloaura. Notonite. 2. Flying Dragor llarroween, 5. Red TWENTIETH RAO:. — Nursery SUkea. F A F3 ALnwer (t y. o. FlUlea)— W/A S'l. Ftirlonsjs. 'iipagnc II. 2. Dunia rque, %. BUndial, 4. River Maid, 9 Hamhlei Rose. 6. My Love 11. i 7 Caprice. 8. Dla Rose. TWENTY FIRST RACE. Constitution Handicap D & I .>.r — H/C 7'fartangs 1. BowniHiistan, 2. Watercress, I Vixen. 4. Vanguard. 3. The Eagle. 6. Mary Ahn f 7. Comet. ; I'WENTY -I ( n.Mi RACE. Nt Lawrenre Handicap. It A Lower—H/C. 51 furlonab. FUSg Hudftel. 2. Notonite. 3. NINTH RACE.—Shot Hall SUkea. rlying Dragon. 4. Demui 3. Demure. 4 Cheek*, 6 Hell.Bun •• meen. 8. landmark. YasV A l^wer <3 y. o. A Overt Firelndy. 6. Red Cheeks, W/A. S<-i FarUisg*. Thing, 6. Betlc Surprise, s. I. Bowmanstan, 2. Colleton. 3. i,n 1 "rw. 10, Sweet Rocket Vixen. beam, a VatiajuanJ 3 Bomnck "r. !'. Viceiuv, ID Clementina, ll. Mountbatirn. 12 PuuTioa TENTH Rare— Autumn Handicap. < A 01 M-uiSens al Entry) — H/C 5>. Furlong*. I. Fuss Budget. 2 Darbi Jane. 3. Arunda. 4 Firela.lv % %  & TU,Thtoj MaUh. 8. Fille D'lran. . DaahifUJ 10. French Flutler. ll. Mabouyn rnaai 14 T2. I^unwry I^andmnrk. TWENTY THIRD RACE. Rockier llanaseap. D A Lower— H/C 9 Furlonxs I. Colleton, 2. Watercress. 3.. I. Mnry Ann. r>. CDOrlt I. ParrH J C'lais* j Clark* V * %  !(• %  } MialbwalUt S S I l PI lli|" > 1 ritXWHK • %  lirABtAN rirkwlfh—rirat imiir.iifar %  wkla. 4MM.I SPAHTAN 1*1 InnmaN W.MKI C wht P 1. Kvfln Ii Usssan i, w b H Clsrba p I Morrla c Mont* b l**iiWv C W.-KI b Prlrrhln C Kkinuai K MrComiv f b CIMka A F Matlhvwa b Clark.k|<. I r.rl.i prirrsm BBaaaaaaaB n. IWENTV FOURTH RACE Junior Handicap. F A PS A Lower it | a.)—H/C IH rurlongs. I. Champagne II, 2. Cardmald. 3. Chutney, 4. Dunquerque. 5. ii i \i \TH RACE — November Su "' 3 8 Seedling. 7. River Handicap. C 01 i Winner*! M ,"4* B ;/'!? 1 ^ n, '? 1, M N f. reh —H/C 9 Far longs. i. infu sio n i rUeuxca, a. Swaal Itucket. 4 Ikildruin. 5. Topsy, 6. TWELFTH RACE — Brirhton SUkra. G A Lower—W/A 5t s Fur Ion**. I. Drury Lane. 2. His Worship. 3. Gavotte. 4. Front Hopper. 8. Joan's Star. 9. Just By Chance t Lunw.iys. 9. Topsy, 10. Sweet II. 7. Blue Diamond. 8. Wilmur, 9 Rocket BetA&m. 10. Diadem Winds. 10. Cavalier. 11. May Day, 12. Rambler Rose. 13. Mv Love II, 14. Drury Lane TWENTY FIFTH RACK. Beck lth Handicap. C A t'2 Only— H/C 9 furioags. I. infusion. 2. Fuss Budget. 3. Aiundn. 4. Flieuxce, 5. F.relady, Diishing P^noeas, 7. Doldrum, I lllitll I-Mil Kill. — Junior RUkes. F A F3 A Lower it y.o. ColU A Grldlnga) W/A .'.'. %  Farkwurs. I, Cardmald. 2. Chutney. 3 SeedlhiK. 4. Flrsi Admiral. March Winds. 6. Cavalier, Day. i VSNT1 six ill i: M i <.'..>.%  end Haadtoop. G A Lower— H/C 71 rurlongs. 1. His Worsoip, 2. Gavotte. 3 Front Hopper, 4. Joan's Star. 5. Just By Chance II, 6. Blue Diamond, 7. Wllmar, 8Betsam, 9 7. May Oiadem. SPORTS WINDOW Water Polo Tilt" opening fixtures of the Water Polo Knock, jt Competition will be played lo-night at the Aquatic Club. Play begins at 830 and the nines will be played b\ DDtQufnl The fixtures are: Snappels w Buiracudas and Flying Fish vg Whipporays. The referee u .Mi Archie Clurkc. I AIMY SEVENTH RACE. Belleville Handicap. A A B QtJfjr al/Q 71 furlamr*. 1. Bowmanstan. 3. 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TIESDAY. OCTOBER IB. IM1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE French Govt. Reviews Her Policies German Unification, Inflation Menacing PACE THRKF. THtG> AM60 LS )£tfnt Electors Hold Political Meeting BY MIWAKII M KORRV „ PARIS, Ocl. 15. The French Government has begun a comprehensive leview of Its domestic and foreign polities as a result of thepossibility of German unification and the threat of rampant internal inflation. An increasingly pessimistic outlook has taken hold of the right of centre Government whose position is constantly In jeopardy as a result of internul bickerings and threats from powerful extremes of the Commun ists and supporters of General Charles De Gaulle. The feeling is growing in ofncml circles Wat the Soviet Union is serious about unifying Germany. It Is felt that the %  —*— may be willing even to relinquish, for the present, their hold A big crowd attended the poon East Germany if it will mean litlcal meeting whi^h was held at the disruption of the Grand AlliJones Land, Black Rock last ance of the West: the North Atnight. It was the Electors' Assolantic Treaty Organization. u S a !" nw ,,n '" support At the same time. Inflation ot Mr. A. R. Tuppin and Ml undermining the French economy, Jincent Grinlth. their candidates which until the outbreak ot the .£ ,' ft" J' MS"*. '" Korean war and the resultant the forthcoming General Elec.oaring of raw materials, prices "sat T„.. , .w L ^ had made an astonishing rei*o\ Head district for many year, and r Devaluation Rumours therefore addressed those ores. ,***!** **"'"' %  o**"" "< ent as his friends from Black ,ne Frencn Government g be.. ^UIM n0, **" """"^ " 1 He then went r... .i-Wf $6* /M**** lltlpn to clrnnne lh*system front MIUHI inijutritira impunin. in the nlond -nay eaeae rheamatic ache* and pains, -.lift* and painful (obits, bolt* pimples and common akin disorder*. Clukr' Itl.-nd M Inure brio* lo pwrta") the blood, cleanse* the system aad assist* In restoring good hsalih. Clerk Claims Special SUEZ % %  *aaa*a.Lf ... at Damages from City Firm —front page 1. "I>|il ii Kill.70 Three Witnesses Give Evidence THREE WITNESSES gave evidence far plaintiff Carter in the Carter—Jason Jones Common Picas suit which was begun before the Hon. The Chief Judge. Sir Allan Oily more yesterday Earl Cirter a clerk of Da Costa or Co. Ltd., is claiming $1,044.48 special rjsj besides other and more damages due to pain caused, inconvenience, injuries and his health being affected after hfj was struck by a puncheon on September 26 last year. He wa-i on the wharf at the %  %  %  %  %  % %  %  ime he waa injured and he is ._. turning that the puncheon was M-M^m aafamaeaaaa aaf a-*, afai !" >he Compr.n,'s nr II. agraf. or HdrOOlUr LlOf? ZfFr d servant! and that they were lllik^din. V OU 4£L'' n "",' '"*'""' • "Peetal lUTT Urartu, IN CARLISLE BAY m to say that , *L, "" "•"•"V "nil the casr. 11 rontinuta today. ... during the Hood o( IMS. ,(,. !" '' E £*> <"*' !" ""^ V '< %  The il,.,-l... have fc-m3*uuS L **"*** * bo„r Govsmment only .ranted f"* ""' ' " !" n ""'* y evidence so far are Carter. "W KmStSTt^TSIZ D**w.S?S; the people of Barbados (5,000, nf... 1 ..„. coal question and ham K._ Atkinson, Director ot w s. Katnrw. so. Dor*, MC u* TOKYO. Ocl 15. .._uld go ahead without EgvpI' .,s learned to-day that a typhoon uiceel off the coast of A highly placed source said Japan and killed an estimated to •If pr.vosals arc rejected, Ihe I" 0 person, „nd battsw.1 a UJ four powers arc determined navy Ir-,|hip ,-rT Japan. >u,r plan. Shall not be hamSr,'ps braved ses. In an pcrssl. Ii Egypt or any othrr but voted S20.0O0 for the ueoolc related matters were being deJason Jones fc Co., Ltd. and Dr. *""*• -at a. .1 .T eals4eka4 nnni ha a sl at T e\ fm a j-. 1 UnnSrBVal of J^lntigua during their disaster c ,, x, now hy N A.T.O. CommitA. O. lx>aeoek who was surgeon and later $15,000 to the people of 1rc meeting here to draw up a specialist at the Hospital at the Jamaica, but there were many N.A.T.O. rearmament balance time Carter was treated there. people here who nuffered an %  resheel. Carter s lawyers are Mr. E. K. suit of the flood and had got The French position ha* be* -,co1t 1 .K c ," n 1 Ml J s R notKinK come precarious in a relatively Dc r 1 "' I wucltors are Measn. He next touched on the cast ef shatt Mme. On the political side, Q ^!l n l r 0 5. Sv T l h I l r W W living bonus for Civil 8ervantn fretirt forVign poJ,cv is based on T^L. ? nrt >i riJ ^ n r nro and ^id thht the supernumerary the dally fear of Soviet power X5."HiriiJJT .5* VS" nV staff only got 10'i. He was howi.nd traditional fear of the leblrth n0 %  1>I I1HI.C, ll,-ll. M V I-ft. effort UM snlilii'is but were county ,.!„, .ny .tap. to pro(OTiLj'S SSS^SmT %  and Egypt ml^.t en ,hl P " %  "" *"* Mm in drawing a parallel i I events in Iran." In Ixtndon authoiitalive sources said in lh, Brltl p-iint the four-powsr proposal* (or the defence of the Mlf UM Sudan, were not connecle*! in liowtver. they said plans for the working out of the Sudan's future had been made known lo and received "ubstantisl i nt* trom France, the t'nlted States und Turkey. Proposals envisaged an International Commission lo watch over antl offet advlea on constitutional developments In the Sudan nnd It was reasnnnl." to assume ihat III Trance ami Turk would lie Invited lo join ronimtanon, Miurcet said, —r.r. 1 Co. the L-abou ha\-e asked for that Kv Hence use ount for ticulsrlv "at the last mwitlng I if ^Before evidence was the waterfront workers They the NATO Council m Ottawa, ^f 0 '!^ lhC lur > f ,hp France took the lead in the dedence which he was got afiTSjU ". Western poiitlea, $"& ,h'ey C, ^re thOh, ., Sg.TaBa hWe .ro'niTh.'rinirea'^.'.esTo'r"""" IX V t "' *~ oukl have asked for M*. Mr. Toppin said that he wi against age-grouping but been compulsory education first 1 method of unloading puncheoi •fhonner Mar It ml. C-m %  *•** %  .)•.-,.,i-Dasiti Clark., for llriiu/ SrhooiMr 1" tOid Cai.1 OIITIMI going to Schooner Ratim another c ^ h J^V!£, Oatxins. lor TTinlahxi il.-tl. Mi the eviu H rtsal lh.Hr Wnlfr T* M M Brtllhl. Giimn.. 11 inn* net. Cap' H .ll.ieracy in any country was 71* ,LBJ L w ^~"' ^ la tr ^^ Mri ^ ^her than the one Attach worse than ciineer in an Individ,or lhe 5~"^ g WeW,m Kuro ~ ? Mch w '•*" %  %  wl n Smith I „,%  M Dr. Jjjf^ ual. P* an industrial power, and the Carter was struck. This method. Recently, the Chamber of ComPUn t9 r * uro TMn army These he said, was comparatively ssfe a. c*-a*H. TJH ivns n meree had taken up the uuestton two pla '" 1 a n wp red the basic snd not the relic of barbarism ,is Dnpotu. for M..rnrqt., of having vocational and technical FrPnt h demands for guaranteethe method then used r ,V ^ !" ;'t"v ilfL. training for boys and girls and "gainst both Germany and the He said that when the work%  ** % %  ••-*% %  • • v.fiu*i. one would have thought that the U.S.S.R. mfl| > came nest lime lo do the rsBNuta,, wmv, a* TMI. Ubour Governmant would have Soviet Gountermovc unloading they brought npw s toiovna ON .IM introduced superannuation In the The Soviet counlermove the TL ..,• %  •. Ihcy c'o,,ld lli-ome liiful elti„„ 'JZ^n.^X,iS^\ '"?" !" >"' ?'" "> """>'' %  „ !" fVTK rather than loafers. Everyone f*J" more frightening for_ France l50 after a puncheon had struck could not be a doctor or a lawyer ' £j P"slbility that, the Wosterr and it v,:iIhe dulv of the Govdefence line against the Soviet: ernment lo sec that some teehnlwould be moved back from the 'as .1 third degree p,lffracture. cal training wag provided for the Elbe to the Rhine, thus making T y*^ was Injury to two bones children France the first line of defence of !" !" low ." leg and eartt ankle Referring 10 the laibour Party the West. I !" !" waa dislocated He also had he said thai he was not against it What would the European ','""' 'menial ligament to the and added that Barbados was forA rmv he without r.rrmanv with. 1 ? 1""', "'Juries protunatr-in having one latbour !" .% ra!L !" ,Wn il g ".-•*."-. W Uiuon insteau of two or three. 11 Oc-niriin.'ii-l-i th.-. inflnxnttni f %  JJ J was a ,. ,hi„ .0 have a union *£% !" % .^^'^^"p. *" '" which would see into conditions and wages of workers, etc., but they should not mix politic-, with the Labour Union as that WAS where the mistake was made. Mr. Toppm said that the Labour Government had one interest at . from, page 500 U.N. SaUkm Saxtl From Ship TOKYO. Oct. IS. The Navy attack transport r s | i.eart* flymer. arrived at .*B*UI earlv on Tuesday with about 100 UK. soldiers and 70 Japanese crewmen rescued fn-ni i by a typhoon Sasln> naval hendqunrten discloeed .tt the mime Qfll unint'liliiuil rneirliiint ship was mining off southern Japan ch f< i it was to begin at davligM NO C0NST1PATKM. FOR 25 YEARS -My hwhaaad la Wc daaia aw M ALL BRAN .hortiy altar wa wan married. I aaa il in rav laws ilia aa wail a. for bnak. r l— _Z—. fast. Tha result: G^asiano. Ava„ _,. N. J. One ii many unaoliciUd Uutn /mm ALL-BRAN infra. I f you suffer from constipation due to lick of dietary bulk, eat an ''" OUMOS (about M cup) of crispy KeUoff^a ALL BltAN daily, drink plenty of water. If no* satisfied niter 10 day s, retur n empty boi (•> Kallof• C ol Gul B.ilti-. I'd.. M.-chwt*. Enjlsad. i;*-t aouat-a TOVS MONIT aacal M BREATHE FREELY;.. /Ji/$ay£tof QUICK AS A BUSAJHI cay POCKH-WANOY V* n IIB nh woj Anvrmw vout iw*if lerts uif fVOm a cold, a wh.IT ar two gives you cool, clear brenlhmg m*t4mU. It's small but M**d 'th elTe.-tivr m--il mfdU cation. So pleaunt I And Vkka hihskr is tare to usr as often as you please. VlCKS INHAIalU %** > v "* ••"mu ITS YOUR time-saving, bual. nes-llfc ( way to travel. You Orrtve rrWl Hrni i .'.,ted. ready for Mslneas— hare more timo taer* Eae *vork and u-iaxition —take less time away from V youg own desk. Vou're only n few comfortable hours on the was to Toronto or nrsmritah aboard a mighty 'North Star skyiiner. with Its loungehka atmosphere, attentive TCA service. n coi. Cor BCniTHAMI'TOF. Iltii 1tu>pr T-yr CStnMr, hi^ u" wJ V %  l_j "1L~ T> M M *">*> %  H-tla> Smith aria Daphne BaCthlla for DOMsNIl'A Bclanllnt K.1MAHTINiqiiE Kml.i PBnAiaV. Ihtiila. Imp.. Si ArttfP II,, i< ,et~u-our, Normlr Hii>|h>in-La>raiir Ua H.rtan M.I n.-.r.-l-i.. SEA WELL \'^u^'irz F=.^s.^ss*' ttmaM the colour bar and particularly Washington. hava no permanent disability on ASJUt 4I.M B. B W I A ON sAriaOAr AND at \u\\ rw<*n THINIDAD C Mrf. •yrws. M Pr.rta, M (1_.k. K l^ DaSllva. C TtiniripatKt, : Tlboi Thoma.. ft rrrsuaan. R WIIMrh, m a t I fh iv M Pulvrr. V P.iler M Roach. C Mohan*. M Catr. S L* Chin. G Harsafr, M Cncglni. P TtHnprn (i Timijm. S Tempro P tcoun! of that injury. | ,'" A "m**! J "c'ata-an/ M"*S"\IA With regard to the Pott's Annori. i jn M5 -Pre,k,e„, Truman reWTLVS SSWh, S SSKbttAaB s h^'S,^^,^,;^,!—-^^ m ^ m """' s u ngton Hall for a concert. %  .•thi-lfla ^tait.. *! ",-.'?"*'%  ." Piom vryrr.irr.1^ jr.,,. it m.,In 1948 she cancelled s Texas STO^.JW^^J*^ wouW tm, .ra n* BS were id "how; Mr. Griffith and himself, Mr standing on the spot without fear because he knew there was not a single man or woman presHe tnded by asking the peopl of the district to support him and said that he knew the women especially wen? going to vote for .,.._„. ,. ... „_.... -_. ... .. buked the Patlghtw.. m .^^ pormanent In life il Barbara! Mns. IHark Br-ll. Ctirlli Hnvai was pouibte lhat a form of *'£•" KttSf.. %  .<' ?" w M "ea arthritis might arise which would t Iwtra'ittf. Mt-ur^oi "-TTTr " dUC to the Injurits to the bare ( an>t Derodril ar.d GI.-U lf>ner ent who could say anything with cunctrt oecauso Negroes were surface of the joint. ftom ram "i"> VI.H v,.. regard to his Character. He was n l allowed %  . ->he said "howWhen he took off the plaster of blood %  %  %  vounii.i.o. swubrn u< born and educated in Barbados n a person piy u see me per-r PatiB ln December he could not "Tg?.,,,,., -.,.-,. i.nd they were looking for men of torm and then object *o sHUngf haV e gone back to work then. He "'""""t^J" character and integrity to reprenext to a person who looks likejsaw him on March 23 when he r-t GRX-NADA J*..Hopsent them. "* a On Page 5 %  *" TBINIDAII n..,„r>, T.. He said that the Labour Party Last year she was awarded. E f."*** J**: *; ElM 1 1 '* A had two candidates running for *432.00 dn-nage^ .-. K ainst a WashIn Touch With Bar bad 01 ""rT'dET^ ihe constituency of St. Michael ingt-m restaurant which .efused> r i2 " rMao nnd the Electors' Association or her a meal. A^id now—to meetV t-oagt Station gianw Pun.. ina> Kv>t>uuon jarvM any other organisation was equally Princ-ss Rli2abe1h entitled to run two candidates ton. for the same constituency also, as it was their constitutional privilesN which they claimed You ihe electorate have the verdict in your hands." he said -After you have in mi ihe Iwn candidates from the other side and then the other two from this side, tt is your duty to lay which two would run lame first. "Shooting Star n HJI rfi-i I S sW, .l c *>ainn. a a %  S S. IrraaaHlal Char lot t*l awn. "Atlantic Mar-nrr. 8 g. tsehSM. WilforaJ. 81 HMfnt Leopard,' SB S>lvU &f . Mrr-I Bo.irn*. Martr, EBlBtoa Tww. S S rtamlM. % S SuitSh-*ll. MIMa Or, %  iwlo, Smwla Pami Tk S Oc^nn. .J r*,., M Seoh. C.H. rarn>a, _,:-,„n r.m. COPENHAGEN. A gigantic "shooting star'' was' bserved mer Dentnirk. Novr r I feel that I have something meteorologists believe it may havej^J^^^J to oiler and that is the reason I. been a Russian rocket. It is be-Ls.f CalHtoe, a s Akoa pennsm. as .-.m coming forward to offer my hrved to have dropped somewhere'i^" !" .* %  s Aipn, s Hornt>i> s s Ben'ices to the electors of tnia in DenmarK or evaporated beAVnrara'*" "'*"' parish." forehand. i r.f. Paiihrur'.rtr John Fiwr-r Mar* f i.xi.nin aiarinpr, a a. Hfi-tfia. a F*r, Ell Oaraon. Maria Chirrola hurt tamo N.n-.im U DM a>xl S H LoMe M,< Aiaerl MofTt-tt Hondivati. aflS LoU. S Are laghl. " %  VZNXZUCLA Vabrl Mr-.n Ltlu-d. Dal* nlaofi.^ Starr Jnaiah and Gf-rfaa Sarah On r-.itae. AREVOUA DAUGHTER OF THE MOON ? Tharos %  ganeral bfiiatara influence oui (at> %  bout the moon and —.: woman haa periods saeh month' of tweaty-eight dajs And >U goat throagti maiiv ahaiagta Just aa UN> m-.m * Most |irla or women tnrjsr suitar nermus trrhnbimy. teniw •motion*, ifrmnfe raattM* taellaga %  i-w dan joat i:r: sufTer cramps, heads'tie or backache during their periods due to nuetaonal mooi So If you nufTer thl* ••, start ) taking Lydia E Piuktii.% %  inktiara's Oimpoi i inothing. iiNnforting a <) %  )•• of women • motl imporfant rvroama—workiag throucli Vir ayinpathetie nerroua svatvm P.tiiham'i Compound noaw Mo than reisiTe morthly pain nl*> rallavsa pfa-paii-Kl nartou*. w*s. rratlMa. hlghsiruns fat lags o( this nature. tUguiar u heipa build up reantanie agalmt s-.tf n ttmoie distress Truly fri* iranian'i frUni tar %  %  duughtars of the e——• EXPECTANT MOTHERS/ Make baby strong-so he can be an Important future citizen You Mtd sort AAD V. rM hafcr atroag DOOM Mid • Kurd' body-MM to ii*— Ldp build (Our awi kimiM ad mcigy So tssa ^ Scotl'i Fmultioa rfgularlr Saa how mini WOM paw M all dwriiig aspenaaep. mere than |utf a faultIrs rowmriA MOUIIJHMIN? Scon's Erauhloa U i %  -oic. rich ia tiiunl AaUl \ uamios. a wooderful help wbra you need IL It's acoaoadcaJ. goodI uatiag. H* SCOTTS EMULSION HtGM tNCR&fFOOD TONIC y rl iKa cup holdi CKOH & Sonborn. For hera't coHa. as CCnfet vld be-rkh. rvsorty, and ta'it lying. Jt miff Ihot inviUng . than iip thot heavenly coffee rVovof. Thofi rsaf ceffaal • Aib far Chow & Sarraem lwa r |



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r u.i i HI i: It \KHAIM)S AllVOt ATT. HI i)AV. <•< tOBBB II BARBADOS jMjm'OOAU ri hW k> is* UIMN ( • I •< BTM4 L. art*atan (hl.tlwr It LM1 MIIMII CHANGE. THE appointment •>( Mr. Rawle Jordan. MA. Nmi C (irena.la Boys' Schi rated post of Chief Inspector ul Schools in this Island :., test first st( i' in a welcome sines of changes needed to bring some iinprnvvmem in the educa t iopgi. system. For maS^rears there were two Inspectors <>i Srheils in Barbados but this was cham:l when the administration of the HI was taken from a Board and the Department supervised by a Director of Education. The staff was then made to include besides the Director, an Assistant and three Inspectors, but instead of recruiting specialists for the posts or selecting young men anil having than trained, the Government continued in the old ways. Th" Education Board had instituted The system of appointing headmasters of Elementary Schools to the Inspectorate. The serious disadvantages of the policy were realised when it was pointed out that the Inspectorate should be called upon occasionally to inspect the secondary schools. The enormous difficult) experienced in the administration of the system was emphasised by the introduction of agegrouping in the elementary schools and further by the addition of foreign languages in their curriculum. The Director himself m a recent interview published in the Press pointed out that the shortened staff of the Inspectorate did not allow adequate supervision of the work done in the schools and this was to be regretted. The appointment of a university graduate, a holder of the Teacher's Diploma and a Barbadian conversant with the needs and ambitions of Barbadians will do much to remove many of the anomalies. In the tirst place there will be two graduates and the inspection of secondary schools should now present no difficulty; and the presence on the staff of a specialist holding the much coveted Diploma and himself a teacher who has served in other West Indian colonies should not only improve Xhft standard of the Inspectorate but should give greater conlldence to the teachers who now look with suspicion on the value of the innovations being made. The teachers of the elementary schools are a hard working lot whose energies if properly fllrected, can contribute more than any other to the future welfare of the pexiplc.ul this island. Th* raUte too. of a strong inspectorate is not readily appreciated. The work done by the teacher is largely guided and checked by the inspector whose brilliance or incompetence for the post can make or mar as.far as the success of the school goes. In England there is a body known His Majesty's Inspectors carefully screened from trie best of the teaching profession and whose memoranda and reports form the basis of the methods of administering the educational system. Men in their prime and vigour of life with the highest academic and intellectual attainments and wide experience are selected for posts in educational circles. In this island where there has always been a high standard of education, whore the reading public outnumber that of any other West Indian colnny. where secondary education judged by the Oxford aod. Cambridge examination standards, is as high as anyother in the British Colonial Empire, there is a strong necessity to maintain those standards by keeping in office only those who prove that they can measure U P to the desired requirementa. Barbados now spends nearly one-lift h of her revenue on education and it is requisite that the returns should be in keeping with this volume of expenditure. The inspectors of schools are those to whom it is entrusted to see that the work is done according to the policy laid down and that the population get the benefit of that work. This can only be done by trained, competent men. Iff Loved l-ini|>ir' LONDON* MEN and WOltttB horn Hastings who wish to emigrate to Commonwealth Countries are eligible for free passages and assistance grants uniiti uie wtU ul a man • years ago. Alder ma a Bee Harry Went Ti.-e, four times Mayor of iiasUngs. who oied in .lamiaj: Bli. had a iireai tion *s*<4fc* %itijst Empire and all its associations. His wilLUsklJ* down that any Hastings persons wmrnved in the town in or before 1880, or any descendants, could claim a substantial grant to help them emigrate to any of the Dominions. The late alderman's legal representatives said that the trustees of the bequest were now inviting applications from intending emigrants. n had delayed the .ul, hut ample funds were available. Twelve appliCJ idy been received. —LI H On One Side — British Defence Scientists Still Work Frantically For Results On the OthersHE WAL m SILENCE AiiM'i-iruns Have Locked Up The WASHINGTON. Mfiiii.ii eacra wcapoi Mq .-uea at two didcren i i him U, bi Answer* CHAPMAN !'|V( HER I, from the topmost atom hlcf to the youngest army subali, can be called to account tor actions before a Senate committee Whether he Ii guilty or not. ha badly branded by accuprawl-** nations, against which he hit* no redrew, that bta career may be ruined. The result l.s that at every levtl everybody plays safe HETKAYAL Nothing can IK done to restart was shown the latest cxperlmen.. hoHUn / ca %  do,lc * * Se. re. (iU-s were ,he ^ nB& :^?. er !" Z*"" P "2~ ---" nershlp until Congrats hi.* .irm-nd. No. 2 was Sn John Cockcrofl, famous chief of the '. b station. Wat ti bi arrlvad at I i.cent Argonnc tttbotdtory sited In fores nershlp until Congrats ed the U.S. atom law. And nobody is willing to risk being associated with an amendment that may be thrown out by Congress because .t Is bad security. An amendment was scheduled to be put to Congress early last year. nal f Asra HP, l' *a The discovery that Fuchs hid *g>uly excluded from every degiven bomb secrets to Russia Panmant working on secret wrecked it weapons. When Britain's American wellThe -.ncnusU who met him bad wishers were ready to broach the kred to show him no subject again, Pontecorvo dlsapt documents. POLICY Official reasoning behind this RUon was simple: I'm Britain ore doing so well In germ-warfare research that they plenty to offer In return for peared. Then. Just when they felt that public resentment of this security breach had subsided, the twu diplomats Burgess and Maclean vanl "ll almost seems as if the Busduns ilc llberately organised the if Pontecorvo and %  dluDDearance nf Pom [n atomic energy ncdl[ ,i oma ts to wreck the chances psjteatlj %  liehlnd that (f An*lo-American co-operation," ID) iniRhanSja would IH" almost a ti s Iecur itv man told me enUrdsJ %  i How deep this fear of Congress ..If the defence-research penetrate* was vividly brought ypcri I have met here in Washou| bv m u u, I had with a U.S. sn ..ugly opposed to this navol commander who is involved policy. in a guided missiles project. Thiy think tt craiy to force -jf i hand a secret document ;o Britain to duplicate work which a British representative, and Inihe Americans did five years ago formation from it eventually leaks, wIMi thcr projects for the i mjy one day be labelled as a common defence are held up for Communist by Senator McCarthy." lack of scientific manpower. But he said. they reel they can do nothing "if I fail to piss it on all I risk •bout it for two reasons. i s a mild rebuke from my chief, The tirst reason Is surprising, who then automatically takes re„„ %  of the most influential U-S. spi nslbihty If anything goes lit chief) real that Britain is wrong. So I play safe and sit too \ Hint-ruble to invasion to be on the documents used as a store-house for atomic It is just at these medium levels "know-how" which an invader that liaison should be perfect. Mid t tr Ceraild Templer brought off i rilllant dip:<4nallc coup \\ashingto:i. Thejgot the Americans to sign an agreement which j crmltted Information to b* passed to Australia. That agreement is still in force But it la not working. Acting the safety-first principle, US officials are failing to hand ovei l. Ilntish representatives In Washington when they are told t will be passed to Australia. The feellntri towards Britain the thousands of officials In th Pentagon — Washington's huge we-slded Houae o Brae**'—fluctuate as different men are appointed to posui there. Now the ftcllng among the US Air Force officials seems to b. strongly pro-British. But amot> the Navy men there is reluctant. to co-operate with the Admi.il: en secret work. This Is serious for both sides. There should, for instance, be thfullest partnership to defeat thi Russian mines which have prove far more effective in use off Kore than the Americans expected. RESULTS The only certain way to reestablish full working partnershii with America on defence re search is to pay oui way wit) hard results Britain must maki the partnership such a sount business proposition that no sena tor can safely criticise it. There re hopeful signs that i may be able to achieve llm Washington experts have byi greatly Impressed by the lales results of the British guided m(s%  tle experiments. Our new Jet planes are so good that the Americans are Hiving us the lataet tindir.gs from their experimental flights at 1.500 miles an hour. Mr. George Edwards designer of the new Vlckera four-Jet Valiant bomber, was given %  c<"i of Barbados. on several occasions and spoke K those in chsrgc of the Barbadoi and British Gulona stands, whlct exhibited large and small containers of RUM, at least so the peopl* thought, until they asked if they could sample it. when they wen informed that the English Custom would not permit samples of RUM for free distribution at the 'B.I.F. Apart from the English marke' there are thousands of buyers fron all over the world, but how an ihey to discover the difference between the RUM sold on the English market, and good BARBADO! RUM. Yours truly, J. H. O'DOWD BGAN. 13th Oct 1091. 7*. Church Village School To flie Editor, the Adrocflfr. SIi; -My attention has been drawn to your article In last Sundi)'s •Advocate' where it mentions the closing of the (hurch s.-nool. You state correctU goal 'his was done "without of public protest." I*st it therefore be assumed that no • all W*J made, nnd lh:it nothing was done in other dlrec%  ive the School. I feel to state some facts. During the time that I held the Office of Dean. I and the School Bbload to obtain a grant r,>; he necessary repairs to the VLuagl School, although in our estimates every year The Schi-il Building, Inchurch property It by means of llectlons and the gift* %  ..s a continual source of Crifptt WaOu l '.. rju r;di|or. The Advocate— SIH -Betlve it or not. there ii a God. Last night at the Market Square, Grenvihe. I go** with m> own eyes, a cripple man who I know %  was" crippled and a*, he stated, f >r 12 yean, and jnothci man. who wu crippled for nve wars got up in the midst of about two thousand people and walked without assistance by the miraculous process of divine evidence. The preacher. Sam MMhura, an Indian of Trinidad now campaigning here was responsible for this divine healtag, He has fnttma'ed to me that he hope to visit Barbados to carry on his missionary work. Yours *inc-relv. JAMES BABB. OranetUi Grenada. 3rd October. 1951. n,Advocate SIR.—Your leidlng arlcle In today's issue reveal' mil nf interest tn th. munlty. I personally visited the 'B.I.F.' A Sorry Plight To the Editor. The Advocate— SIR,—Your Leader-writer deserves the thanks of the enlin community for so persistent): calling attention to the grav< pUdit of otir educational tyatan We, the nwmbers of the public. must sec to it that his words f the last week. At the Labour Party Conference the "constituency parties" have he right to elect seven out of the 27 members >f the labour Executive. These constituency parties are the rank and file of the -political movement — ihey are the active nembers of the party. The results of the /ote were a powerful victory for Aneurin Seven. Now it has always happened that these constituency parties have chosen members of the executive a good way to the 'left". They chose Harold Laski, the Marxst theoretician, and Sir Stafford Cripps just fter he had been in trouble for allying himwlf with Communists. But there is a differ,'nce about the revolt of the party in choosing Aneurin Bevan as their favourite spokesman -in the Executive. For Aneurin Bevan is nn utside intellectual; he is a trade unionist, in obvious aspirant to the leadership of the party in a few years' time, and a man of action as much as of words. So the tail may begin to wag the dog I In Transport House there is not nearly so much nervousness as at Conservative Headquarters. Since almost all the betting is on a Conservative victory this may be surprising, on the face of it. But there is another way of looking at it. For the Conservatives, defeat in this eleci tion would be the end of everything. The British Conservative Party could hardly hold I up its head again. S'o they are nervous of j unexpected defeat—the dreadful fate of the Republican Party. At the same time, the I leaders are nervous of victory. Would not ,'ou be if you had to form a government in Britain at the end of the month ? Fuel ] crisis . dollar crisis . rising prices . j waye demands . foreign policy decisions; . high hopes and hard times. Contrast the Labour Party : if it wins by %  some quirk of public favour, then it can hold power for five years and hope to emerge into i post-rearmament era of better times. And if it loses : Opposition does not look I too bleak. Particularly, it does not Icok so bad to Aneurin Bevan. Time could bring the Labour Party a new programme, a new •fJM of purpose, another chance to push over a good cause on the electorate. So there is a nice relaxed mood around Transport House and the only anxious figure of importance is Mr. Michael Young, the Research Secretary of the Labour Party. who has been carrying his researches to Australia and New Zealand. There he dbrovcred that the Conservative Governments that have taken over from Socialism are not so easily defeated, Ihey have not dismantled the social service system. According to his report they have made attacks on civil liberties In a telling phrase Mr. Young warn* British socialists who may say that the North Star sheds a different light to the Southern The Red Star, he reminds them, > him s on both hemispheres. This reminder is, perhaps, needed. Because Communism is a force that might easily be forgotten in this British election. The Communist Party has shrunk to a small remnant, supporting no more than a dozen can-' didates. It is insignificant in home politics —and neither of the major parties wants to talk too much of the problems of Communism nn the international m OXLl A FEW DAYS OLD! DAILY TELEGRAPH OD sale at ADVOCATE S I A I IOM 111 xx/w>w>',v-V/V-v-v-v,y,v/*v/-*/v,',o. c-""' 'phone. fiiiduA'A. UT2 % ecv4 I A FRESH SHIPMENT OF GOLDEN ARROW FLOUR JUST ARRIVED. &f DACOSTA & CO. LTD. Agrnls. s men at ease wear... the famous comfortin-action trousers. . 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Tt'EM>-AY. "MIOBKR 16.1151 IIAKMAOOS ADVOCATE HACK FIVE Turbo Jet Aircraft Are Practical CVealth Aviation Experts Conclude WING COMMANDER L. A EGGLESF1ELD. Director Leneral of Civil Aviation, has just returned from attending a Commonwealth Meeting held in London to discuss problems likely to arise in the operation of Gas Turbine Engine Aircraft. < inniiiWM \IIII DELEGATES Ki-^'ifTt. 1 ?? si*" 0 P* ned bv Slr Arnold Overton. ~. .";, •; l >-t-M.O.. Permanent Secretai-v tu Hie Ministrv of Civil Aviation. %  Aft" "}" fl !" session, the ihe moil import int features fram ctainuanship y undertaken by ihe point ol view of paaenfer £ MV „ ar h 1 Slr ^*d<-"ck comfort over long ouhuTV •> J?\ W o"r? B l: -. KCB CU0 ""•'b-been endorsed by a numJMS? '. ,1 Aeronautical AdDer of experienced air Irav,,;,,, .£., „ "" M """ ry ' C ""' %  * bave IW on ome of the .' _ Comet's Ions ranie proving fli(ht<. ru. ild uut Ihe Conference Ihese have all rema.k.-d as attended by deleiules reprethine thev noticed ran a thai jontin, Australia. Canada. India. Ihcv reached the end ot l> I w a^aland. Pakistan. SouUi journey leelmii ah id ihe Colonial Terrland atlnbuted it lUBOsI Little Noise Afi lories. II lasted for two weeks to Ihe absence of vibration/ during which 21 papers covering Wing Commander egglesflelrl all aspects or let operations and went on to say requirements were read and discussed. Visits were rn.de to various firms manutacjuring At 32.000 leet we cruised special radio aids and equipment, effortlessly al nearly 500 mile* and demonstration flight, weie per hour for about half an hour undertaken in several aircraft before .omin.ming a "power deQtted wuh apecu.1 eaulpment as scent" bock to London airport, well as in the De Havllland Cornel The approach and landing was and Vickers-Viscounl. absolutely normal and altogether, p apart from Ihe evidence from the rraetlcal Data cixkpil instruments as lo the "One of the moat impressive height we had reached and the features of the Conference was ths speed at which w. had been flyamount of practical data that wai Ing. there wan nothing to give produced regarding the operaone the impression lhat one had tlonal requirements of turbo jet been on anything other than a and turbo propeller aircraft, for normal flight from Barbados 10 the Comet and Viscount are the Trinidad In a Viking, except, as only aircraft of these types which I have said, for the complete abliave been operating under sence of noise and vlbra'ion. ordinary commercial conditions. The fllghl in the Viscount was entering and leaving busy airvery similar except that we did ports in company with numbers not go to such a great height and. of piston engines aircraft and of course, the aircraft was not flying over routes using standard as fast as the Comet, but igain communication facilities and navlthe absence of noise and vibrululmnal aids. Unquestionably this ttnn wer.' the most impressive experience is maintaining the lead features, that Great Britain has taken In Revolutionary Clerk Claims Special Damages from City Firm t'rum rr 3 %  TV '> 'tpRnnine 01 pa n in Ihf 1*11. .ukle v ilth Hill -\.i.ll*n. C Il 1 %  Mil .or lainly had %  %  i and iti. r ,, ,.|. %  M II,r inji" to MM iKhl knee muj h.i. . MM pain. Tu Mi cross-examlnaconfliient that these two ircrafl will revolutionise the development and operntion of i-ommcrcinl (as Turbine aircraft. The principal conclusions reached by the Conference were that both turbo Jet and the turbo alr lr n *Prt and improve the propeller aircraft can be operated *' and ir l of relaxation and comwithout undue difficulty nt the ton ? or Jf 10 P*senger beyond, present time using existing faclll">' %  *• %  "** ln ' has been hoped for ties. However, as greater number hweiofnTf come into service, It will unMucn experimental work redoubtedly be necessary to immaln ? ** k ow now thai trolled at busy air Holds ,n, lr operation presents no exceptional problem and the future Kadar Aids is ver > promising. It was also clear that to obtain ..."'. "inn** -y when we are De'efRtea from th "onunonv-calta attending th gM I London from Beptember October 1961 Ufo. j u: ik.. .n„ en a d n tlon fliht tn In* Dw HavlUsud Comet Bccond from the left in overcoat Is Lord Ogmore, Minister of Civil Aviation, while on the extreme right la Btr Arnold Overton. Permanent Secretary lo the Mlnl.ter of Civil Aviation At the top of the gangway with hat in nsno ana wearing overcoat LH Wing Commander fa A Eggle*field. Director General of Civil Aviation In the Caribbean. Fight Lusts Lumber Arrives 19 Seconds FromUS C anada J. Zr .Ot^V/tvlAo la-umsupplies of Hour, %  nof T WO J l l I %  in n iiv and right cross to the head Young Parola was enoutfl knock him Young San Club on Thursday night, it took ffontrealV Among 19 seconds in Ihe first Of ten Bne landed here %  Id, be was trying to migxcKi that there was a small UajaaC) to ihe bearing surface of nght not Hv trouble at present. but !gM i .in; ... wool --lit ik kly That would delOd no: only on pai H no '"it the iiiiiYi vni<• m UM .if the joint surface .9 of an inch would -ause thai trouble In g> Smonlhne>%s Diiturbed There was disturbance of the amoothnttu at preaent, but it >vi ilii take aometime bwCorg ont tell whether II would give rise t > tanmble One could only Fay at prerent that il was likely t<> ffvt iiiiuiilc. IT inight take • furs to develop. It might take •abn (bur years. II might not dWvlop *\ all. He was discharged from the Hospital on October 17. hut he saw ( %  ">i in March after that. William Atkinson, g director ot JAMMI Jor.es It Co, Ltd.. a comwhlch ships sugar and molasses, said that on September ting on the opar"1 they W€fw shltiping molaaaes They Wwlw using two lorries, one M-798 and another the number of whltfl he could nt remrmbei They started about 730 .m Later In ihe morninp he got a taftaVhorM message and went down to the wharf m oonnoetlon vvtth the lorry M-TM. It wan customary to run the S unchcoii, off lorries on skids ags filled with shavings or Ihe Hke would be placed at the Sc'lom. Puncheons were let k>v.n either by a rope being lung around them and allowing and lumber arrived in thorn to go half way down the from Ihe U.S. and Canskids or two men would stand iships calling here ,*, either side of the skids and Kuide it half way down the skids S.S. Alcoa i.nd then lei them go. Force of i. X Checked When puncheons got at the • thei Vofleat, HO tapptvorms. roundlo end the flgh Uarb.id ada by %  'cr the week-end old when he oppoicd pojnJ.,o : ought 0n iB3.310 feet of Hiynes at the Belfast y|ne lumbcr ^ rom Sl John mna ...i, i %  __ cli-i - mute-, and later across the Atlanthe Vicken-Valiant, a four Jet < U 7nd The' VcKer.^l.'ecum'm: ^J?£?'V ,, S t '" "'"""I UHl with (our turbo propeller en„e, u Xl ta*i^ al^rar, T£f, Klnel desKned lor medium ranje Z"J,'% ilk, nuM,, L ,K operations, and particularly suil%£$!& ?',i,"" h "i "^ "S&ZSrJSr* "" X "' ^" no'Je'rVor^nee flares and European eltles hnvr y( ,. bMn dlvulBdi bu wn „. h %  l„,.,„-.i, fl ew so fast past the enclosures. Comet Imprnslve ,„„ „ wa wt and „ mos „„, The flight In the Comet was o' sight before you heard the most impressive. The take off was "">*" of Its approach: • quite normal, and as soon as the ^_^_^_^_ goods, wooden barrels, pickled meals, oats, tobacco, 2,109 bagi p I.EVEN horse-drawn carls „, flour s00 B1|cl( o( ,.„ rnmcul aw from this parish journeyed ;m d 135 sacks of feed to St. Joseph on Friday last and Part of Ihe Pointers cargo again yesterday and returned came from Halifax. Three Rlveri with breadfruits. Some or ihe a.t.al Quene \ cart owners, exchanged Indianfrom New York, the SaS. com for breodfniils In St. Joseph. Ocean Ranger H.J80 tonal arrived wlt>) 2.1011 bags of Hour along THK CMCKKT game between with moderate supplies of balCambridge C.C.. and Beltenes. advertising material. mont C.C. of SI Joseph and St. Jtult. clothing. I ibricatlng A „„ nchTO „ 1— „, wMh m „. Philip respectively was abandonon "no pixi"'i "' %  ••" a. taaaea conu.lus about 110 gallons, ed without a ball being bowled. _"„ M. f"'^ "'rnadotte ,„ „,, „, „„„, „ The Belmont team wa, in.lnlc ed J? -ij"""', „„? W .,,,| 71 P""' ""> " "• "' " "W not to oppo !" Cambridge by the J !" ^onSieaMo the amoSS %  '.' !" l '| %  ""' SffiiS SeereUry of the B.C.L. mUa , nr v „, bv „„ Po n l „ hand. even, two men could bring VISITORS to the Crane be.eh and Ocean Range, The Item,, -T. I—he.,,, ,,gh, down „ V „„ Friday found the seas ? !" ^",,r,?c P 'aml EnCr'S very choppy and uninviilna They '^'loaded at New Orient could nol enjoy a long swim, but M(Jjllp „ n ,, j m alca they conlented themselves with a The Folks Bcrnadotte and tl„ dip. Pointer are consigned to Messrs. epiE MAJORrrV o, wo, k ,o 0, g^jft^ !" ^ nobody was rolling It. After h was struck he saw a lorry there but at the lime he could nol tell whose lorry It was. He was lifted up and carried into the warehouse and tton there he was taken to the hospital. He stayed there three weeks. He was put into plastei of Parts He had to attend the Hospital after he was discharged He went back within three weekwhen Ihe plaster of Fan>>a" • K.-I. .ill Khe right leg and an X-ray was lakrn. Mr Leacoc* told him that he was not Miafleri and he would have to have an-. I put on. Mr. U.it.H. sjavg Inn; a walking east. Fnui weeks after II was taken off. "When going up or down: stairs." he said. I •till have to put my right heel on ".e ground first before putting the whole foot on the ground." Numbness 11. aaid ih.it when he *tt laken to the Hospital he had lo l-c given morphine and he felt a sort 1 Of numbness. He said fihat there i uas much pain before that ami then 11 began lo grow less. He then listed the Hems wlmh ''.lulled Ihe special damages Fm Ibtspital treatment it wax S10O.S0.< N-iiiv exumlnntlnns ISS.OO: elee, tilcal treatment S10.SO; conve>ance W.00; repairs to spectacles $*oo. miscellaneous items Sin no trousers 122.00; doctor's feeKA2.30: and overtime fees loai •77968. T 1M "' ertime would be go' when boats came In and there wok. Under miscellaneous came sticl ivw as walking sticks, and llpf to neonle who al various time.il-slated him in getting from on. pl'i-r to enother. To Mr Reece he said thi when the men came lo take hie to tin Hospital he would givi tfiem tips of a dollar each. He used to do the worlhe ra< doing since 1939 and was aecustomed to seeing puncheons being rolled off lorries. Did not Jump He said he never saw the lorry before he was struck He did | not know molasses was heini: %  unloaded Apparently the men had Just started to work. He, said that when ihe puncheon wa* t.wiling In his direction he Irled to stop it with his hand but diil noi try to Jump away. He explained that If six ships came in and were being unloaded he could get overtime for all a*, he was di nig the supervising. If six ships were bring unloaded which belonged to six diffei agents, he would get six sets of i puy. but if she six belonged t one. he wculd he paid one fee Mr. Reece made a thorough cross-examination. The c continues today The ftra is an intermediate host of the tape-worm, and to ensure freedom from this troublesome internal parasite, your dog mu-u be kept pest ficc. Kill verminous naravitcs such as fleas, lice and ticks with "I-orexanc' Dusting Powder (containing; gamma BHC) 'I-orexane' is a safe, pleasantly perfumed powder which will S uickJy kill all common skin pests. The effect of s single usting lasts for some two weeks. 6 Lorexane" nUSWSG POWDER IN HANDY CONTAINERS A rrodixt of Imperial < 'II.IHI.J1 ,Pharmaoruticsh, Limited:— A •* %  *-> IMHWV •' f-^ru. Ckmt*l (**-#,. taf A. S. Brydcn A Sam (Barbados^ Ltd., Agent. .'S*.'.*S.U*S&***S*SSS*'SS*'&&&*V^**'* t f***/'r&S&S cum futal JteatheA.'.' Jjaxti&A .•-.' diandbaqA done in St. Joseph Is roadMessrs. Robert repairing." the Chimboraxo Road ——— which received further damagei during recent rains, Cocoanu Orove Road, and Frizers Ros ill In need of thorough T.i Mr. Waleott he said that he wus nol down on the wharf at the time and he did not know whiih %  nelhod was being used. Earl Carter saiJ his salary was h '. $220 n month plus fees for overtime which came to bet' Luhoiiivr OrtuilU'd • I] Kenneth Graham a labourer of eei Gap. St. Michael w rtsa Ltd NAVAL COMMAND IN W.I. CHANGED HI Kxiellency the Govcri $180 and $200 g month. He wa-. on the w"iarf about 8.45 a.m. on September 26. He was near Jones A Swan's crane (ttscvi.sing the -ise of the crane with another clerk. Harolo Wairoti. He was about 12 feel GOVT. DREDGER GETS SPARE PARTS Spare parts for the Governaircraft was released by traffic control, it was put Into a steady climb at about 240 miles per hour. Within M minutes, it had reached a height of 32.00u feet, but due to the excellent. pirssurixation system, no discomfort whatever was experienced ^ n LiT l8W "l""^ ".T v nnd as far as conditions in ihe h e w f* k :* nd bv "w Harrison rre concerned, th # aircraft Un ^? t0T „ from Engnd. mlgh. have been cruising al 8.000 ^l^Ts'&^Vc^S? The noise level was remark£ ^ST dr^vfng^^^Tne ably low and one conversed in „,,„„ anrJ „ rivcr ., ^ haw normal tones but the most imbeen removed. The raft-like pressive feature both in this airhull lies alongside the Govemcraft and in the Viscount, was menl crane," the complete absence of vibration. Most of the dredger's recent -"ITils," said Wing Commander operations were in the inner Sgglesflcld "is going to be one of basin of the Careenage. pairs. Braggs Hill Road is at prosni been Informed by Vicefrom the wafer. He turned an, being repaired and renovaieri Admiral Sir Richard Symondsfrom Mr. Waleott to go into the but at a very slow pace. Vehicle Tayler. K.D.E.. C.B, D.S.C., lhat warehouse going across the road owners fear that if Chimborazo he will be relieved as Command,„ a diagonal direction when h* 1 is Impassable lhe v will have to er-ln-Chief. America and West bard, H-veral people shouting. go very far out. Indies Station on 15th October, -i^.g outv :< %  %  l by VicerAdmiral Sir *T*I1E B-C.L. game between William Andrewes, K B.K. CM Overpowered •1. Maple and W. Hose on Sntur11SO At the same lime the )(l u iu ten L A. Hall of the Dwpt of tsgl O'CJOOfe there waj no danger IIKIH ,-nce an.l Agriculture and Un to l>e seen burning. A. Millar found hirri'clf confronted with rolling punelKim. It was about .wo and a half to three feet away He pushed his hands at it. but %  dual! Hall of the gradually overpower him. strue t. hilegs ind knocked him backwards, more or less in a sltlln; posture He raised his legs, bu* when he was unable to keep Um I high enough, the bilge rolled Otft I •rie right ankle. It then stopp'".i on his leg. He was perfectly sure lhat Col. Michelin Elected Chairman Of S.P.CA. Wilh the departure of Mr Aui re> Douglas-Smith to Kfiglutui 1 On leave, Col Mkchelin has been t letted Chairman of the S.PC.A The Executive Committee follows a Han of Campaign alonv lha lines of Education, Appeal' nil Publicity and Admlnistrai on. The Hon. Secretary will U -Iciscd to hear from S P C A •• %  ember s who feel they can servi Ihe cause in any of ihe way %  <"ihoned No pay is offered am ine resulU of the time cxpendc' %  re not spectacular. PIGSKIN—White Only CAI.F— rtr(,wii. Navy. Tan nnd i'-. k 1.1/ \KH N.iu. Tan. Stone and Black from $17.57 $40.99 HARRISON'S Broad Street Selling the Keynote for Tropical wear, READY MADE TROPICAL SUITS A SPECIAL LINK r have recently opened. These Suit-, were made exclusively for in.oil. %  ] counlries. . Tailored in the best l.-.m'. -. Fashion they are half lined and will keep you cool at all limes. Size* from .16 to 42. 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>AI c* roacs m. luiBARRADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I M7 CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHO 2508. I . Mi ... menu) o( 1 I ..-I (I BJ :, | ,: .!-.. aotd. up lo M. and 1 cenu |tr word on t.rea-u>y. end* I cent* oer word tn Sunday* lor Mtk For Blrlha. Mrfij*. .r H. (J |ii.ni Cat to Calling the rhargr %  SJ eo tor any auanber af word* up lo M and • MM par ward lac each additional aord Ttim* ceah I'hor *** I I and 4pm. Jill tor IMM ftellf r..> after 4pm IOH SAUB DII:D Mllli I BBnaBSBl r>a-y. .W.I <>r th* uu Dt Aii-n rw-id. %  %  ... M-Hrf.it Superintendent of Me.fta. Hospital or Barbado* >r rv.r. .1 lor IILUV. Year* and %  1*44 l< .3 M I-. IN .11 'In!" \M i.mi Mill T beloved l.ud r. oil fiiimth who fU aateep on October ism itta It don not need a apodal day. To bring VOH lo our mind. The da.. . do not think ol OM. ""'i we cannot nnd tier lo lw> rrnhnbrr.o i .Khifr.. Bleu .mother.. Ina, .Mated and Q aB arl brotrran IS H Jt la I i % %  .,t> ,.| r.ed-r' who d.rd IWh October Itftl The .horK u> ircat th* hj.i*vc:r We ne*rr thought thai daalh warn Only Iho* who love can tall. nt rwdwdJl The luid hat riven Tha Lord naa lakan away I 'fiT.rmbrrod b, Hay art and i it u—a* IIOVEIKIBNI mm AUTOMOTIVE HEDTOH) DEUVEMi V\,N> lor I thai 4414 Court i. .r m 14 If M—I tAR INi Cllraen 3.0M mil*, owner lei Hioi.e M Almoil (M — -I,! thr iilml t* Id ll-t f %  CAR On* iti Chry.lrr Koyal ltd condition Suitable lor UKI Apply Ui Bruce Weali.ethead. In CO I. W.n.Mlird Ui *> Dial 11*4 CAR Ona IMI miiman tjimiUh w la goad condition Apply Durant. nan I-II„II., 11 1ft Sl-Jn lerdrtioa only It*** „,[*, AuaOn A-** MM clat* eorydltleo UM M CARS-] IM* Mom. Minor t Door aVIeoa* g* reliant condition I IBM M< m* Oilu'd A chance net to b* mlaaad. I IM! Dodge Fluid Dele* Saloon A-l condition Caccllenl tar XlirTulelYClXS Nea • hi potent Velorella HO eg •**> 0* C-ah—Tar ii alao be arranged Cnurleay Oar* bial 4410 |fe Id 41 OM D X A MOTOHCYCIJE 5 H P Applv: Urban Ooddard. Maaiiah Sttvat St John No raaaonabic prlca will ba MlnHSl 10 Sl^Jll \"l-l \M KKI'OKTKK HOt St Or ASSKMBLV AppUnlkMM ;,!.• invited for the i OfliCial Reporter \. mbly. The peart m non-penMotiBblc, and the walmry %  ttached Is at present ttxed at $1,200 x $120-$1.680 per an2. Applicants should hold a certificate of at least 120 words per minute '" a recofjilsed system of Shorthand, and applications statins age. education, qualifications etc.. should reach the Clerk of the Debate Committee. %  Afiembly. Public Rulldlnjts. beforithr 2Tih October, 1M1. I OSI & MHM Kl.bCTKlCAL KerRiOiJiATOR : S A Manulacturr < 'ourtavv Caiaja ruR^aTURF. it'MKlTVKB-Orio i|> Birch dia rooat Morrw aulta— I chain, a rotk-n. I ..II • with upholatarrd Dun lop) Ih CHttMHi. Appl Mra Colin P.iklmon n m mi i* 10 >i—an lo.l. > •ollorUon of furnllui c.udlnd X lahoaany uphoUtrrad chain Ft T C RACK BOOK-C C tTaaV-da In Ih* Bui Stand rmdor kliult' nHum Mtaddd H AdvrrtlMnc Dapart'i -onId b? rrwardad Id 10 Jl— n B T c iwrr TirKBT S-rfa Hll W Map with namaa wrlllrn on th-ni In ink A Prmcod nnH R Smith. I'lndrr Will be rrwrrdrd 14 10 SI—tn ONI BTC Hacr Book S.rl V r.'.in l iiaan-__DB j „^ia iwkrti. Barlri O SB13 oOi*. Iwn Scrli^ Z and H. Waotl Ona ttckal lor Bays* i-lui. drawing No • StnM O. alona ith l T C I'-.-alpilr 0S3O— St Sartaa C, and 4Stn S Krrln V A MU| |i.M Ptndaa kifxllv Minrn to Eoitaca Madford, Abna CM Roabuck M 14 10 SI—In [ F.ATHFK UAG "ilh Up. contalnlnl pra u ni*l>. k ollcicd in Kiurmnit lo Mayar*. IS 10 5 HARD TIMES I WITH BACKACHE Off n do* lo riufja* kWnay octiom I UEISNO-rtomodwhenyoB ** are irouhled with backache, rheumatic paint, stiff, achiDg MB* JOIBW, lumbago a* o'ttmrm urinary ditorderi due (• i %  : Incy actjoo, M'IIT r-' up **'h psln nd dfax cmlorr when you night get happy r<-hcf by taking Doan'i Backache kidnvi IMh. nie>Himulaic and) cjVanw: ^Vjggish kidneys and M Ih-lp fhrm to nd the Mood of excess UIIC acid and other lOaO UflU M b othrrwite nught collcci m t'vr -viem anJ cause dinren. Padir 1 *il!i have helped many iriKkMindt; let them help rooa pair of i larder. I bookcaae; I 4 II nal tprlna. I waahound Tha abova-man untied Itenw can ba Inaprrtad In I ha top flat abava the AutoTm Compant, Spry Rtraat. on Th.iradav Uih October. Irom 10 a m. to 4 p rr. ahnuld be lubmltted in wrltlitg lo Ih. II. -Wakeneld*. While Park •Mh October 14 10 SI —If LIVESTOCK COW—One young Avthlre Cow. Brtl calf S4 pint. Apply to Herbert Olll LM Twredllde ftdaat. MIXHANICAL I OIC III \ I i'i;nso\ AI HOI SKS Bf. ina roam. 1 bedroom* each bad room N waah bam. nhV' with cabinet* i. tiled baUiraaan. tiled lealet waaI-dMai. medical cakwat aarvaait roaan wim kd waah baam. Urge awiaa%  II aiudaan improvement! Appl> i A W BHrch o Progreaiivr Bu> f> Ltd Citloden Road Phone 4SM %  a i* si a. Tha poblic at. 4-eel .ad aatauatt givina et^i I EDITH KaHO aaa I .vvrin .... ... • ...i gsyajasj reaponelbte (or her or anyone aid* ddttactlng any debt m debti in rnr aaaaa unleaa by a arttten ordrt tlgned by aie SJUKON KINO. Si Margaret I Mr CUobe Newcatilr M Jah RICHER SMOOTHER CREAMIER BBFBaXANZA On Bt Jamea* M eoadt. %  milea fraaa Wat. Fully fmwtahei t-ahl and waaer Dial ai-M • M II , .IOISE llolonh ri".,, Octolx. ISth. an WeU-haa Main Road. canUinini b-drooma dtalt g and drawing roon • toilet and bath, -ervant, room and BSMgm Apply lo Bdoi D.e W..tk. Dial 4*4B i; m >i .,, The public are hereby ..meal aajalnat BMMJ .tedit W m* wll. CtABJgdM r-KATHWAlTT .nee *T A ryt)Rt „ | j„ net hold mvaelf reapot.ublr ler bar or n.one rl— contraeung any de*>( ar daba, ate., ordot me CtMJEBJDOC RRATHWAtrr Ividge Gap Black Rock 14 Id II an ; call WHlTeSANDB' fuHN..vembar Applv R Pnona BE1 Th, iHibhc are hereby warned agalnil tiM.ia credit i„ m. .,(, UOUBtB liKAThwAITX .nee I^kl'LIK IIEAIHJCY aa I do not hold mywir •eaponalble 1M I name 1.1 %  Igned by me BBNIAMIN BRATHWAITC. Roae (lair. *t John U'AXTIill HELP HJJFKLV IADV iWhlle would Ilka irmanent board with aulet learnt. m HM \H -..my of Oarrtaan. DayrelU ltd n Bua route Haply "If Ce. Lid 1) 10 II -In LADY OrrtCI CUIRX-Wlth kno taegi of abort h a nd and typing Repl own handwriting aUtlng c*panaiycc a fAlaay deatrvd to J K K C o Advoca 10 10 II MISCELLANEOUS IUIARD49RR llouaa on era about two Jle> tram City, in fltwt rlaaa ra^dantul i-ea Apply by letter addreaaed "M'1 o Advocate Co Lid IS ID II In <%.\ vu \i I:MI:.VT. T; •eroua raqueata of aar have opened a aacUax ablTta. pyiatnaa. paM, t..r aajgajaj %  horta. lad Having at our dug-Mai the Iaclhile> .• modem factory w* ar* able to ortVr prompt arnteea at •acepltonaiiy nilil •bkr prhret Reliance Slilrt Fai P.lmetlo -nraet. Ph. tory. Shirt Dapot ne 4144 10 If SI—MM ; UN IT KM .fan EO IfOUSJC-Modarn I vmiencea Um leaar Three bedma Kiigllah couple Boa No. P Q. t | | —tn WANTBD TO Bf. FITtNITURC Uahog Upright Chair.. Lardert. Uahog Centre Table. PUnl Siool*. Mahoa Roekara China Cabinet.. Bureau, and Dreaalng Table. DArcj A Beott. Auctioneer. Magailne lane If 10 ll-n Moncfi Tbe Caute of BDCTM rtautl-a.r r ...4 NOTR7B IS HKHRRV ClIVrN thai .11 per—a. having ana debt or claim again.) (he Batata of FDITII PAH1IIS who died IB th l.land on Ihe ITlh day f June IUI ar* herebv requirrd to tend partlc uUn of Ihelr clalma duly ailetted to th<> iindcrtdPicd Ocorrr llltl KvHvn. m tare of Meeara Cottla Cat ford It Co No 11 Hih street. Budgrtown. Solta-ltorl. on or balor* the lit day of Decrn bag ISM after which data I than proceed to distribute the aaaal. of the daceaaed i r.'c." (he paitir. entitled thereto having recant onl.. to tuch clalma a. I .hall UbBB h..e had notice of. and 1 will not ba liable lor tha aaeet. or any part thereof to distributed to any peraon ol whoar debt or claim I thall not have had notice And all peeaaaa indebted to the Hid eetale are irgueated lo arllle their Indebtadnea. atthoul delay Dated thi. lit day of September Ifdl GEOHUl B KVD.YN. Tha Sola qua lined Eiacutor of tha Will of Edith ParrU.Daceaaed IJ.BMI PIIHLIC SALES Ten ceaie par aiMta ttna m uaek-dawt and u cenia per agaja Una on gandapa. %  nlal-nam caaege fl.5* on ril*! iatll dad Si M> oa gaadapa REAL ESTATE Gums Bleed Teeth Loose HK-YCUS-Juit received a ahlpmanl of B %  A Rk-ytlea. Ladle.. Ornli and -lao Carrier Cvelea Redman & Taylor". Ornge Ud SI Michael'. Row 11 10 SI—3n HKViiFH llarculea. for ladle.. Oenta and Children Unbeatable pit... Apply: Couruay Oarage Dial 4S>1 14 10 al-dh. %  n'1'F.WRITXR — O.-mpaPortablt T.pewnu-r Hardly uard. contact C O'Doad. VYm Fogarty Ltd 10 10 M*. MISCELLANEOl'S BAROMBTIRS: A compute range ol Baromclcra. Hvgrom*lart and Thern-under, jurt arrived, and may ba aeen at our new Show Room on Lower Broad St;C Phone 4011 or US* K R HunU at Co. Ltd II 10 II—4n HAF.MOKJWOIDH-Internal And %  *ee new Oemnn P ndad by all doctor*. aaarllyT Oblaliiablv prifi.itNOTICES Tan cent, per agaud • o* ir-aek-doyi aad II cent* par aoof* lint an Saadav*. mmbnam caarpa SI 50 ea Ud d b C and |l 40 on Saadapa NOTICE V..*. /~ DOANS;;j V;-,V ( V.WV//,W/.V.r' HIKE HOOK | w.ii Man ;i GOD'S WAY OF ;t SALVATION PLAIN" Thu la to Inform mv palientt i public that my Dertal Omee localad at Marhill Street ov Panltary laundry Depot %  HURT. D D S OfTert will be received in wrlUng up %  i" iMI on Wedneaday. ITth Ottr IBM. by Co-irtedy Oarage, White Park Road, for ona Hi 1041 Vaurtiall 14 h p uioon damaged by fir* Car can be aeen at Courteey Oarage II It. II—On HOUSESAt Hock ley. price* from *^aaa to 'BOOt Alao houaaa at Navy Garden.. DayrelU Boad. Pine Hill and Cty. Alao Haua. Spate at Ha.arli For partk-ular. about building, telllm or buying Prone B. A Brook, at nss Pleaae leave Phone NunU>er or Addle** and I will contact you S 10 II In r"i • '" t-A new IB x 10 board Houa* with .had and kllc tpalnted throughouti raaaoni Marlow. Chrut Church, contact Clarence Baal. Hall, Tenantry. Chrut Church Adent l 10 II — f No 00. Boetiuck Street A •lone wall dwelling home and bu.lnru place itandIng on HOB aquare feet ol Und The IK Horn Floor la u*ed aa a Grocery and Hardware department and Ih* two floor a. a Baaldence For Inipertlon apply on the premlaea any day evrepl Oundavt between Ihe hour* of II to The above property will be offered lor tale to public competition at our amcl Jamea Street on Iriday Sfith Octobei at fl p m For further particular, and %  mdlllotu of tale. APPI' toHUTCH1NIION A BANF1ELD Sollrltori. Janet Street 13 10 Jl—In PROPF.RTY in DayrelU Road. Christ Church. It contain* gallery, sitting rooi dicing room. I badroomi. pantry, kitchen., toilet, bath waih beam. *tor* room It ft galvanlre paling* Apply t> A W Uir<'h. co I'rogrceaive Bua Co Ltd Cullodon Raad. St Michael .Thone •MIT 14 I" II MOTION Ry ln*truetlon of the Eaecutar I wll rell on TUBBDAY Itth at 1 p m a MILITARY ROAD. BL'Mt HAtJ. a doubli roofed boarded and ilnngled houae. cam prialng gaiter., drawing, dining. I bed roomi, ii.ua! out office* LAND CAN RE Pr.NTTD M iO per quarter. HOUSE HAS OtAW WINDOWS A1J. AROtrND THMH CASH H ARCHER McKEN7.IT Auctioneer II 10 II %  Stop Pyorrh and Trench Moulh in 24 Hour. new* out of tour nv.uth. %  be teeth The foUawlnp W B ihoa* the laaulla ..._ gal I Buffered from Tian.1 Mouth itateuaa ..Mr W s* •touth dl*apaear*d in Ihraa day* aad la teoweeka I found il.al my Woa. laatk aar* much tighter and thai I eoald aal U*a baed••' %  I MM %  GuarainUeal Am,tan workt aa faat and to rertala thai I I. guaranteed to atop year game .Ued.iig. rod *or* mouth and llahiea i d*n."< a mil.ion tltraeltaa at' i %  >-.r laatk ar .it. GOVERNMENT NOTICE Please write lor Samuel Roberta Book and Tract 30. t'entral Aver gor N. Ireland." V-'e'e'e'-''''*-' Gospel ; Service. J tue. Ban\ TO-DAY'S BIS HASH 1952 ASMAL8 I9i2 1HARIKS Mir: A Til KNIVES THE GAME OF JACKS ASSORTED PLIERS MIIITIS*. SPANNERS All Jurt opened by JOHWIIVS STATIONERV HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Or AGRICULTURE. DOMINICA, P0RE8T SERVICE Applications are Invited to MI 5 (five) vacancies for surveyors n Dominica. The posts are not pensionable. Contracts will be for o three-year period with possibility of j renewal. Consclidated salary within the scale $2,400—$3,360 per annum according to qualifications and experience. Subsistence. Allowance at the rate of $3 00 pti night out when working away from home. Allowance and Mileage tor transport at local rates should the officer be required to maintain a car or motor cycle. Housing Is not provided and single men will be given preference for this reason. The work calls for seli-relianl and active men capable of taking decisions anb living under rough conditions when necessary. Main duties Involve surveys of small acreages under land Control Scheme. At least 2 years experience in carrying out Theodolite traverses and plotting without supervision Is essential. Applications stating age. whether single or married, qualifications, details of experience during the past two years, and enclosing copies of two references should be submitted to the Chief Forest Officer. Department of Agriculture, Roseau. Dominica. 12 10.51—n h.tnlal loony under ml* ,....tUd gaareaAmosan :5 SsarS; 'If Prurtu-Tinrt aa ANY :i RECORDS* 92 + i III-. WEEK ONLY ^ r ','e*et-'e'V*e'e'e**e-e*e'-*.-''.''''*'' l TO GAS gO.VS'f'.lffTW.S i ThU I* to let job Chun Una the thai i tha > and Burr lit Ciiitomrrt. H your Jet. or Burner* have t*en changed or adapted OV* Natural Qaa. the flame 'onl and 'ellow and .. be nccatloned. Care thou Id auto be taken In llahting up. by having the rralch 1 lighted t ~ Ba on m full The ne inn then be ad jutted to a girt, and uaad until I -let* I ,>s,',*,'*tAAB**m BABY'S TEETHING need give you no anxieties Tbero Deed be no reatlesg nights, DO tear*, BO baby digordCTg, if K n have Aahtoa A Parsons fantV iowd.ii handy. Mothers aD over tha world have fmitid them aoothiag and ooolinn when baby is fretful through teething, and, tteal of aD. they are ABSOLUTELY SAFE. ASHTON & PARSONS INFANTS POWDERS rrrr KINGSLEY RESIDENTAL CLUB e re-opening Saturday October 20th SHIPPING NOTICE! IMVERSITi COLLEGE Of THE WEST INDIES EXTRA-MURAL OEl'ARTMENT A COURSE OF TEN LECTURES H IIMIMH PROBLEMS If STRAW. BA. (lions. Econ.) at the Y.M.C A. ini/ Thursday, October IMh at 8.13 p.m. Fee for CourseMembers of Ex al Association Single Lectures: ... $1 00 84c12c. SIM0NDS MILK STOUT C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd., P. O. Box 56 BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402 -.',*.-.-.-,',---,-,%-,'.-.'. British MORRIS MINOR beats its own value-record ItjHB % % %  >>• %  • U"M* mouth dl Ht tha workt a* that waet.ni that four aal ef eaagy fit* • nil .top the.* oiMaaea I—ft wfiat ther ot;*a rau*a a ul teath, but al*o chronla i...... i i.m and i •tear! iroutil* Now Discovery Saves Teeth • "tun. Ih* illfcottri ef in AmerMan ; acumui. fight* the*. trout.U. la a new and I ->( %  k aar ll fenetratr* right ta tha root Ih. trouble, .lop. B ..m. f.om 1.1 red In, e *ry B*t day. uuleklf takea tk* a*-.. aa out of tour nv.uth. and aeon tlghune Four doors and other lealures make il besl small tar ol to-day Mad* byan nrgmnisatiun with nide rypnrlanoe in tie* prndue Una ol car* of modaat alsa High efnrlenry eBglnadr-y|iipa 37 hor**poaer Incorporate* the lateat Butmii >btla "Hdin.ier.nB ndvnn. ea. Including toealiin-bar indapandam lrnnt-wh-*l ut-nit*|..ii. "Mo akydraul;. oe.N-t 1 CUBIC UU (OR lUuliiGl RcKHn lor lunaee lor lour F-an m With trunk iw kd thaiuarawnaal readily a.taaalbla frirt 35 Wmilra p-r call. i> •OHIO S Cluut.l SHALL CAR IUY JJJ* ( \'£* gynehrurneah 4-apaad gear bog-all tha Important big eapenslv* cart. %  SwMTBIAI At 4TSi.ua NW XBAIAMl l.L*.* UMITBD ays/ line' • t "Plial ADF.I Aillf il Khadula* ta .ail from Hobert September lath. Mcll• %  QiagBgf **". *Vd*an OaSSBgi Igtri liudMone Ortaber 14th. Port Alma (Htoiar SOth. Brlabaia October rib. i Truttdad about Meat n tber l ibado* N*\anibrr MiS i milled aa-i l>ert rraar Cars* accepted or. ihriugh oaU* at r.nihdad to initiah Oaten*. Leeward and Windward • r, pattlcular* *< %  ** • i tcsrots. WITMY at co LTD • %  • DaCOOrTA %  CO I.TI> Tr.nldad. Ha.l> I B W 1 HI \onri ALL firms which want to make \i_ellent advertising opportunities offered them In "he 1952 Telephone Directory and have not yet ordered. pi*-N approach the Colonial AdvertMruj Co., Ststph. Tel. 5134. before the 31st Ocl thil will be the closing date for accepting advertisement-. May we remind our customers who have already given their orders that W would be very much to receive the wording for their advertisements before the same date. COLONIAL ADVERTISING CO. Shepherd Street. PLtatsWeaSSa S '" VO',V/.V-V..',V/-%-/-/. a Th* M v cABinnrr. win accept Cargo arid lht*aengera lor DtaninMa. AnUSua M > K f Mt and SI Kit" Saiueg n-' itth mat. The M V MOtaBXA will accept .1 I'aaaei.g"' %  Dantlna*d • Kill. Sailltid date It tea Antig Montaerrat. Neela naalBed I | MSOtlM AtaoctAritMf |1 .IS.M.Nri n-MM >^Mcoo. ****C* NKW YORK SERVICE \ -.rt.\Mi:ii • • .I.AMI I V ^TTAMH NEW < HM i IN VRl(i: ... MM IgU, Qggibg, lid.ii d v iinart.ii CANADIAN SI.RVKL FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 ^*^-'^ % %  : ^. ^ g= ^aj S5 ig ^s ^^j^ ^3 g ^;ji j i^'^ ^^S5£^ .^=^%  ADVERTISING IN THE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY, 1952 (& ITS INCORPORATED CLASSIFIED SECTION) Telephone 3131 Baata at Ski* AX4XM potNTKB \ I OA I'llalllKl S. ll Oct 1 W.I. la. tlCt |tl Oct Itth %  I mi.ii Ml n ,. |a h**MM '-t..t--' imllliu illiiM LTD. — NEW YORK AND till % nCBVICS. Wll V -n A COSTA CO.. t TO -CANADIAN si.KYICR SAGUCNAY TERMINALS CANADIAN SKKVK | I i.mi Halifax. VS., und Moiilrt-al. si'.i'ci.\,-f %  I MUM I'll VMIVBM t'MTKI) KI\(.IM>M SERVK I From Newport. Liverpool, Glasg/ow and Mtddleshniugh in tMlM.ii nr. LABSUMAOA II I Ott %  ~."II:I 0 Mov 14 -.ov || ffuv I peeled tr.1,,1 ll.lat I' 'i IM II Ort SB 1*1 I Uaa. I'-MTKI) KINtllMlM AM) < ONT1NKNTAL SERVICE IS Oct StOI I Nov-a i t It N... HndNov > Ih Aci-nts : PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 43*3 W//'.W.V/V/.W.V.'.V,%'// .',-.*.*>*-','. v.-.*,-.\ FYFFES LINE S.S. GOLFITO Outwardi Homrward ^ Sail Arrive l> Sail Arrive & Sail ArrivtKmitham|il<>n Ilarbadof. Southampton e 20th Oitr "SI lit Novr. SI 0th NOVT, *5t 19lh Novr. "St 30th Novr. tl Uth Doer. "M I9lh Den. SI 2th Dacr. 'SI ttiti laay. '52 Hiiti Jany t. 28th Jany. '!.' 71 h Feby. 'S3 •AV.V.'W.WA'X. taaaat mtttvwMwwvMat Vaar horn, la InrMnplrlrli rurnlakrd wlUiuut lit) . I I II IIIH VI AMI I Yf. >l XI IMM New liHii.r Canadian MtrtleU Juat reeelvect at . f # XTII If. IMI'OHII M t'ORNER BROAD A Tt'lMIR STREETS M DENTAL NOTICE I from ADVERTISE /A THE ADVOCATE MONDAY lltH mat on MONDAY **th E. F. L. MOBUUS DeBtlal WHAT A BARGAIN!! DIN LOP GENUINE RI'BBEH \ inch GARDEN HOSE at 17c. a foot 1 ECKSTEIN BROS. Bay Slre.t Phone 1269 '^.-.•.-.---.-.•--.•.-.•.•.-.'.-.--'.•-•-'-'•'-'-'-'-'-'-''-'•'•'-'-'-'-'-'-'•'''-'-''''''''' % 



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ESTABLISHED 188.') BRITAIN STANDS %  *$""? %  Omburman!-And FIRM IN THE SUEZ Mil IM Mil I IllOhS COM-inK.VT 3 EGYPTIANS WANT U.K. EVACUATION Four Powers Will Insisl On Middle-East Command POLICE THREATEN TO ARREST U.K. SOLDIERS RUSSLi.ys MILL RETURN SHIPS WASHINGTON. Oct IS I i romrsed on i I return t icebreakNtetes has b"n for morp than five I noiuied the SU'rf Devilment >i adU deliver US.S. Win Wli.d ud w-r*t HUM ritlcs in Bremer' '-rrmanj, sometime next I nuoth. fnitvd 3U.CM still want* Russia to return (70 other vesi st Is and possibly ,.t>>ut $800,000.000 to se*t!e up its si, 100.000.000 Icnd-lease account—I'.P SANGSTER APPOINTED LONDON. Oct 18 Britain will stand firm on her 1936 treaty 11 stationing troops in the Sue? if Egypt rrtectg Die Four Power Middle East Defence proposals, diplomatic drclM here said to-day. This has been made clear in the past tew davs bv Brit( ish Ministers and officials and Foreign Secretary rferberl £ n f ^^wJllaVe wl. m-d,y Morrtaon said on Friday that the British Government lapointed Chairman ct the jo&M would not submit to any unilateral abrogation of the 8*fcd Co mm ittee of the Jamsict tTMty legislature on the F< One of the first things that would happen if Egypt did 'Ti^.!. !" .. ',' reject the invitation to become a founder member of thi \ ^ s^ond proposed Middle East defoniv organisation, would be for following strictures from Britain, France. Turkey and the United States to consult uananM th;it the nominate'! on the next step to be taken IbBta '" the Li buattva council In the event of rejection by Egypt the tour powers in-' EK?*, SSLSf'SS tend to go ahead with their plans for a Middle East ComJK &H& mand it was understood here. itaaui „na would m i Their consultations would be designed In consider i ,nrewi > ut on (heir noee*. A derision was taken that the nmlttaa should n SOLDIERS? niQthods of doing so. ARREST In Alexandria to-day police notified the British Embassy that they will arrest any British soldier appearing in Egyptian cities outside the Canal Zone according to the newspaper Al Misry. The action resulted from the landing Sunday at Alexandria of a British officer who went to the Embassy and loter accompanied a diplomatic official to Cairo. Press reports said all phone calls from troops areas must be made in English according to the new British Security directive, A British spokesman later denied that armed guards had been placed on vehicles carrying families. He also said security precautions banning (orui^n lunguuge phone tall* Crum military mats Hat ions was nothing new mid had been in force some time. A British military spokesman in Cairo to-day denied Egyptian press reports that an Egyptian "underground ince battalion" and British tnjops had clashed ;it Arab El Mahsama near Kashassin in the Canal /one. "There is absolutely no truth in the reports" he said According to the weekly paper Al Goimour a British truck driver was shot and seriously wounded and his companion fatally injured. The paper jiad reported how the "resistance battalion*' watching the Kashassin Ismailia road stopped a British army vehicle and it was the driver of this truck who was shot and seriously wounded when trying to drive away. Half an hour later said the paper a British detachment of l"d soldiers, marched to Arab El Mahsama from Kashiissin camp, cordoned off the village and opened fire. d*UchVillagers lired on th< mani and finally British soldiers fled said the paper, which adder 1 that a number of its reporters had already left (or the "occupation area" to leport on "Red battles that had started between British occupants and Egyptians" Observe?-, said one of th< greatest .Mumbling blocks in Ihe four-power proposal m the statement that the 1936 Anglo-Egyptb.n treaty would be considered in force until Egypt accepts the Middle Knstpact plan. Egyptians claim they already h.ive abrogltad the 1936 treaty and Britain must Bl the princ.'.'la of complete evacuation of British troops from the Suez Canal and the Nile valley before mv. proposals can be oonstoarad. Authoritative source* said Britain, France, the United Stales and Turkey will offer unified resistance against any warlike move to hamper plans for the Middle Bast security ;igamst Communist Aggression. They Hid if Egypt relieves any military arrangement with th e west aa proposed by the four powers, preparation for defence of the Middle East wi Page 1 Keeper Of HM Colonies' Secrets %  From Our Own Corrrapondi-nti LONDON, Oct. 15. The safeguarding of the colonies' official secrets Is to be the responsibility lor the lirsi time of a specially appointed security officer. The man selected for this Important job at Ihe Colonial Office is Major General Dirmott l>unlop—u man who wa recently in the report of the Singapore Riots Inquiry Commission for his "cool Judgment, foresight and leadership." He Li 51, was G.O.C. of Singapore from 1948 till early this year when he returned to civilian life. In the u wo he will Icavu his country home at the Colonial Office details of his new work This will involve his visiting alt Colonial territories. Detail* havi i tied about when and witere he will go first It is expected he will make a .Hart by the r year. ill order n prepare .i report for Uio autumn session in the Lcgisi i iit-gu< next month. The latest infornviUon is that % %  • %  tling* of all types were damaged in the recent Jamaica hurricane. Of IBH total %  ppr o a bn ata l y ii.000 angre louiv'ifke,i lhat they i ompletc reconstruction. Approximately 3.500 houses damaged were covered wiUi hurricane, insurance mostly in the City area. in ihe meantime, the Government has put up 2.000 tents in the urea and parishes lo house the homeless and it is hoped that soon as more tents arrive the situation wiU improve. Each tent holds six persons comfortably. Investigations also being mad? as to the type of housing moat likely will stand an earthquake and hurricanes and venous tTMl of ,n .-fabricated houses of all types are being sub%  tims abroad and a de'.' % %  ii fee type is aapaotad .>on so that on early start can be •da lt i DM SI.VUOO.OOO rehousing programme which is additional to Sl.2ft0.000 expenditure for emergency housing repairs since Ihe Sailor Charged With Inciting Riot PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 15. Brazilian sailor Antonio Dl >v I Id is under "technical' arrest" charged with inciUng riot twisting arrest and disorderly conduct in a disturbance in which -he was wounded in the left ankle bl a police bullet. —U.P. Boogie Woogie And Hazel %  — % %  1'nfTxpno4i'|i lX>NDON. October 15. Ha/el Scott Trinidad bom 11ycar-oid rtegio jazz piam*i who %  tm it,i to Princess Elizabeth** P*rl> In Washington on asking ihe moat flurried 4 hour, in show business to ke-o :hc date. But it will be no strain on Miss Scott, foi whom the* nothing busy on ( lydeside vesUidsgr. She reed the .he invitation in the Dally in her filasgov. hotel. Out her diary and pencil. "Let me sec she said. "Yes that lucky 1 am." 1 am free that night The day before 1 am due B Scotland, the day after in Copenhagen. 1 think I can IK from Europe and back again ana Bl York Congressman Adam Pnarell, invited with her. cannot go. He is busy with the world Government Omvehi in Europe He said: "A pity. I am %  reat admirei of tho British Royal Family.' Ca m e lum-h time and a recren-j Uon room ^ thoir luiU-1. the Central, caught tirr More cxrltrn>cnl smoke poured from the clock tower. Rut soon What nextShe had |ust flushed when The Hasel SeoM Entouragemade for a flml night ap|teranca a l the Empire Theatre Miss SeOM (lutrhing .i sliuii-.rit.il ted llolc in ana hand and hei liveyear-old son In the other climbed inin a taxi, talking all Uie time. "I am not .i Imogie-woogie pianist." she sm I only play one booglo w ootfa paaea, 'Chlcago Fire', which I composed myseir Call me a puio pianist After her Into the taxi went her maid. Pearl, with Miss Scott' •tresses for the> show. Thenwas a flve-mtnujie wait wtnikMk. Powell placed his wife's lewel box in the hotel safe—"Just m case I bora are any more .liartnv' Then the party drove off—hut fast. Miss Scott It one of half a dozen coloured people invited to tho party ,r\ HiBritlxh Errmufcer —an eyebrow—raisin* precedent in colour conscious Washington. She has been invited not because shp is a popular performer but ks the wife of l Congressman. On page 3 ARTIE'S HEADLINE Winnie Reins Baek 53 YEAIRS AGO RUT HE REMEMBERS Hy KIIRKRT MUSSEL LONDON. IVl M Ombuinum' A man shouted the word as the tl.ick dour Jil No. 28 Hyde Park sate swung open, and Winston Chin thill paused like a battle charter suddenly reined in Oinburman—that was the bloody Held on which Britain -onqutred the Sudan from Iht hordes of The Mahdi Th .Dervish shot down the flower of Brlush cavalry In the lii sabre drawn charge in its military history. Among those f'fchu escaped ambush was a vuung officer who shot his ws\ 'out. That was 53 years ago and there was now—in Mm, in every one of these electioneeiing days— still sending battle with the same delight that sent him cheering ..V"" action despite his injured arm in 1898 You can sllll n. a lot of the officer of Omburinsn In BLAME REDS FOR STRIFE R> ROBERT MILLER KOREA Oct. 13. fs-Hw'i.'^" 1, amon lhe Chl n.se. North Koreans an acceptable to ail. *ss T ?? i i. u .; hn,d %  ourc "id that lhe North Korean Premier, Km. u Hung, had been openly accused bv hie own people of "seising out" to trie i !>ine4TinNorth Korcun> eai thai the Chlnoaa arc attempt. • I %  lakg over Iheir Government, i.u.i I'tal under the increased pressure ,f Allied military offensive ep.iriiiB li> iiegiilijitf 'all Uftlust peace irces said that there was lion of a pn.-Chlnese faeto attempt a revolt, but Irtere have l>een numerous reports cr pro-Chinese officers Wing rapttted in the North Korean urrn). aim , urge number new hold high ranking positions It was ven said that Kim II Sung did not cnli/e the scope ol Chinese IrdUratlwi in the North Korean army yjttU -KA-nlly. and that the pro^nneV Clemen I i<> uuw m strong, no egnmrt Hquldste It. The ln/ormt said that It had been quite >ai at Kaesong and Pan Mun m lhat Oeneral Nam II Is merilv the mouthpiece for the joint .Soviet-Chinese Political MUsio'.which were established lo give North Korean orators orders snil lo tell them what to do. This tnih-hgnded attiiud* so riled the Ngfth Koreans, the informant said, refused to resume the rmisllce talks. —I'.P. Churchill as h wages politus war with the Socialist Party foi the control of the British Government m the general election of O-tober 33 His It years—he will I71 on November 30th—have thickened his figure and bowed \\t shoulders, but they have been 'tie to clo nothing at all to his lery spirit Aiouiid 2(1 Hyde Park gate nno his eountry home Chartwrll here is much the same crackling .-.I that marked No 10 Doff* Ulg Stee.1 dujpig in. H-niiiie regime as Prime Mmlslei Su nordinaUfet rush oft on errand* IJ before th. Last ijllabie of com'" 'i and dle gwoj telephonering iiucsa*ntl>. inenwi.mda are writds and lights burn .ind Ricef ield Thrives At Pie Corner, St. Lucy IN A FIKLD at Pie Corner, St. Lucy, near Cove where i ,n i iwtat potatoes, corn and other land produce thrive, there also grows a amall quantity of rice. field is tilled bv Presti Nominated To Board our Own Cor rr sound en 11 8. GEO Ocl 13. In addi'.mi. la IM i*ccntly elected rncm b ers,' Mis Kxeeiienc* b 'i lowing to tha Bl Gaordja'g Disi (01 the i"Ht threeI M 11 Cromwell. Cyril Aiigier. A O Payne. L II. Phillip. M K Punch-Johnlon, j w N %  i. aeon wait Di • irll. Kill l\ KAKII VIOS OSWALD BOCK, stretches scroas the soft and dy ground of s field at Pie Corner. Bt Lacy to pick s feeeinuMi of rler grown by Proston Otlfftth. The rice waich was planted s year ago by Orlffltb has not yet rls—si. A field of sagsr cans is in the backgnmndGriftlth who lives nearby. Griffith told the Advocate yesterday thai someone give him the seed about a year ago and not knowinu vhnt they were but suspecting them lo inrice he Ihn Into, the centre of the field aa that part of the ground was kepi :>l Mnaallj Boodad tq iota The seed he said resembled oaat. Tlie soil in which the rice grows is dark grey ant. most of the lanr Ul Ih^t area i* urn ei watCI Th" surrounding soil Is moist and covered with moss. Griffith IUU I'loughed parallel drains around .,.. u^icn 1-. an c:iort t. (./i vent the nt&t of the Held frou | flooded. This also helps l i keep the water on ihe rice. He %  aid thai by the time the Bald was almost dry. another rainfall would fl'iod it once more Not Believed %  %  ,.. a*, said 1 "When I fir*t Lti St. I.ucv I did not beMfve il until I saw it l If." Rock has recently returned ft A here be for about three months cl-irlng UM A !l %  of Agiu-u'Lurrjfter seeing a •oec.•rdaj from the field bl si. Luck, roast %  ice. but did not know what typ" i was. He said that rice has been reported growing here before, but nol in any quantity. They h3d al*-' grown some al |hi ll Maggatts. but it never v matured. Griffith's plot in St Lucy which about 20 feet bv IS feehas noi ret ripened. Egypt Rejects Proposals By J. WALTER COLLINS CAIRO. Oct. 15, jBgyni rajactad Monday the four-powrr invitation to join the Middle Ka*t pact against Communism, and Parliament approve.I the -nding of Anglo-Egvptian treaties -overing the Sue? Canal /one ..nd the Sudan Interior Minister Found Serag El-dine Pasha announced In the i.'humber of Deputies the Governnt's decision not to Join the ted Slates, Britain, rrance and Turkev In the Middle East part Parliament Is expected to give Its lick .ipuroval. The decision against joining the Middle Bst pact was revealed only ;i short time after the Chamber of De;>utles approved the abrogation the Anglo-Egyptian treaties. } two moves gave a new and k turn to Egypt's quarrel with Britain over the stationing of British troops in the Suez Canal zone and lhe status of the Sudan —C.P. GOMPENSATION ONLY—Mossadegh FLUSHING MEADOWS, Oct 15. Iranian Premier Mohammei Mossadegh flatly rejected on MonUniletl Nations authority Ai.aln-ln I (I Tor the !-•• Britain's %  ul went H n-Ul loi 1 ro>r of Rka 0 Party h< I Hi' House. | • iHtion ugh' Agility Plus ... In lhe centre of this vortex, i co ta a nan d ol avon facet of .iinpaigii Is Cfaurohlll, making 4 usual, not the slighter eon -i"n lo his years. Me Is up al 8 00 .i in to read Ihe newspni--i i>rekf*n tflefail ngs of messages, muku docens ol phone calls with warnings and vice to par*y iieadqu-i t-! %  god candid a tee. Tomorrow Churchill will bo at Ni weistle with another major adIrcsa and Wednesday he (ourlicys to Glasgow. His own C -UtueiKv. Woodford Oromv Isnflft, bOl he Is taking no .haneec ind will make another street comer lour ( rf it before the elretton. A Different Horsv Hut this remarkable man n* ven his Socialist opponents decrlbe him—has time for vet Othoi i. tivltles. Next week he will spenk it a reunion of veterans of El Alamein and Government is wincing In anticipation of his lash for its I roubles in Egypt and lhe utfuj Sudan he helped lo win He's also supervising his racing stable and wondering whether his fnmous horse Colordtt It will l>. ible to race again as a result if I ut leg These elections, as was the direclon of Ihe war Itself and anything Ise In which Churchill Is Involved, Is pretty much a one-man show There are rumours lhat some %  tubers of Ihe party feel he i> in Janger of becoming u h.il.ilit. through his dominance and beta Socialists keep playing on the theme thai he is so much a man of action, he might rush the nation Into war. But his adherents see in the very ociaUst attack on hun the fear he ispires in Labour's ranks. Churchill himself says humorously he expects attacks on him to get worse MfOra they get better The Socialists" desperate hamineiing on the theme of peace and war has many Conservatives woi rlatf. But not Churchill He fee Miti.e'.wnc after October 25, he wi be summoned to form a new Got eminent—the oldest Prime Minn It-i since Gladstone gathered his fourth Cabinet al 83 Chinese Hall Allied Throat \u I si K IAMBI ; I'M \K\IY ii./ h< IRI, %  I %  Visions ei.|il.n. I Ni 10, iratespc hlUi in -i (.••. ihj Hondaj %  ng Comn i-i del. i %  ' I iinaea riiv Cl at Borne pwm. mlmt atl.iek tKn. -^** f KUIMI n i-t.ii. ,,„ i i.,ni M n I Lrong Hi hi i.intsputl Wan and ailing 72-yearII i i-iining from be*I to make his dramatic appearance before the Securii (old the eleven-nation body that Iran will nsurm negoiiiitn.il-. with the British only on the problems if compensation for the i-.cd Aniil'i-Ii.nii.in Oil Con ; '.nd distribution of Iranian oil Me said that his country had rejected the Russian proposal to for i ;i w xed "Irano-Russian Oil Com-! Mil OSBORNE WAS ON DARW//VS ROUTE NEW YORK .M'l. "Dnd" Oisborne. charged % %  P smuggling, was on a voyagi t Mind lhe world. followini Darwin's route, according to Mr. Charles Oilman, an Amerii enifineer w lm • %  o'.d with l>ie %  P'dition. "ul Mr Oilman and other members of the crew Ion 'Argo v in me Vimm '-lands, he has told correspondents in New York. Mr. Gill "id thi, story: raplaca the $500,000,00X1 Anglo-Iranian concern whose nan gave rise to a dispute ritaln has characterised u "a possible threat to peace TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunrise : 5.4f a.m. Sunset : 5.52 p.m. Moon Full October 11 LUhlini : g.M p.m. Illsh Tide : 4.1S ..n-,.. I ti5 Low Tide 10 ee am lt.]g p.m. fe sailed from New Yo 28 hi the 'Argosy.' a : 75-foot ketch with" a dieeel -nelne. Formerlv. il w Belgian pilot boat. In oddittOO to Capl. Orsborne end a i tain. Edwird DoVlM there were atvia -i i ...... nuns rangini; fro'n fMO to £700 toaaai to vai& the i %  %  vovage wa* to last two roan and we were to follow Darwin's route around Ihe world. to write .J m;ikc fllmi nd the expedition had been commissioned to do some work for the Clnctnattl Mus-um of Natural HMory. wiwaie flag we flew, and for the American (Geogranricul Society We left .after IB i'sy at sea." I -BIT Allied brtoflna l %  < i asJd i| iu t the Chinese had hrown ni' into ihJa iraa, an-ep A d rlilve going. C.P. The "ADVOCATE" paya for NEWS. Dial 3113 Day or Night %  mil M.mi*r. of FsrlU "gulion Mr Win*ton Ctiurclull. chesrfal -.mil* worn he arrived nt ho Hunkbat psrty will be •Winnie'Wooa Liberal Votes I.ONUDN Oct. 19 Win: ton < hun I night that Britain*! LaCiovernnient has taken vthing it irott) capt America ind at the same tried .nt superior, i in.it inn. fighting lo bring lum1 %  and the Conservatives beek in th Oct, rlevtions, stepped on the cami>wian puttfoim % %  HudderafieU i uppost the i. %  dytiarnfc"'bld re. pickup for the Cnnservafl 2.500,000 Liberal votes that could swing Ihe elections >.ar-lf! wartime leader charged that their was not J Held in which the Labour Government had not failed during six years In office. He sain, "towards the United Slates their altitude has been to dike everyhing they can gel. Indeed, they hive been maintained upon lhe bounty of capitalistic Ainerkj. while at the *nme time trying to be morally superior to the United Stiite-." He charged also that laaoour li.nl f.uied at home with th wWt of living rising. The British nation now has b> ke one of the most momenlou% %  %  a aid i r A^.MNi: m tho drink of moderation. Moreover, as somebody has remarked, "alcohol la a lucl used lo propel rocketa. Since ycu are not a rocket, you'll want to do iifc5.Tii/( VOUI drinkim, in moder[m alion; asking ol each sip only pleaaaritnosn and <)Otyl cheor cortainly n o 1 propu'sion". Tho ancient Greeks woie quite rirjht in bciliovina. thai to drink wine wilhoul oating waa a barbaiouD and uncivi)ic-ft rusiom. Our present-day drinkinrf hahitt wo-i 1 %  inwm. Tho Miociom practice ol slipping into a AtuHy bar lo gulp down one or two 'inick-ones' 1 while Handing and wiihoul oatmg. would have lillod them with contemptuous an'i'. %  o-Tifnt. Thuy were an eloganl und a temperate people and Iheir wine-drinking was always accompanied by food and long Lows of pleasant conversation. From "La" Mine Be Wine' G. R. DrBiwYN K.W.%. I-AMOI %vi.\r;s K.W.V. PAARL TAWNY K.W.V. CORONATION WINE K.W.V. OLD BROWN SHERRY K.WV SWEET VERMOUTH K.W.V. DRY VERMOUTH 11 — *ai



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I'M.I. TWO BARB VDOS ADVIM ATI Tl'ESDAY, OCTOBER 16. lssi tfcUtib Paltina A f ew U P S from Farouk %  . i til do wild tt M l INTOCK : %  < >N. Attorney-Ge '• I <>IIV%TIO.\* FOII <;i I I \ Wi Hr II i : %  •< %  .. CoOasjiata MM .. H\ .. /CJIJIIO :ti4-i *ai H l -.ll-l.JH II •Mcrea the Innei I am pnv.it ...i i lUniiuM Re ws professional clerk, proae-fl 'uiing sin O.P.OH LoncUm (ran 1032. II be his second term o) Lb Bahamas for hr serv% %  .;i.ii> ..n,| rirctm inafCislnit* from 1932 t<> I93~ an be KM NIVH ta T..nMHIHVU ant ru 8 ,. itor-Genperiod hi went |o t'Kvidafl Leaving for U.K. Shortly L riUHDKB CirlionGod-l Mi*. Consuel. i U'r Garrison and thi T A Gnddard. Dcput-, ( Police, returned* i by B W.I.A. on Sun-H c a week In Burover here to attendM 4 MiM Jetai 1 Mr. Geoffm h took place c it Si Leonard s.iy goodbye to h will be li-nvm rtls tm Kruii.u DC rcin;iininc It .1 Jntrantit On how to Behave HV SAM WHIM T!w Immigrant VM PARIS. "Compired with inu . ,. uie guard* -. %  dent's reside cr nifflcienUy ivmrnW. slack, to say the leoinvoke a Royal c i. iff, A*, Strip-teaser Gipsy 1 On ilritiih audience FAIZA. siHer .[ KrKf her act "The only K ur Egypt. i woman of • %  .if MV icity, hi lowed to visit Paris for ihe fir e years only after givn | a solemn promise to her brother no nightclubs, no ra*tnoa. back l< I room, like seme moderi lla, every n:ght by midnight V ohaperoned by he 1'i.rl All ROI I ny.Y. has been sticking t the letter of her promise, irirnminstantl < in 19*8 aftet >'Cwpaper photograph* had showr her In a Mom n und Uic live years tf i i In Cairo which followed. %  %  mile. At least It giv ettaae* M> find out wht*: ••• are out of fashion." Buaktnghaaj %  Novelist Arthur KOUTUI was Involved in an angry acant* K. % %  v.iitbH to live permanently in the applied some time ago Tnere was at %  *• a special amend-, %  recent Immigration %  ONE Iff iU h a ra?lllnaw %  *""> •" application Final!> the curtain was up wai baubVT l ( „old hear Ihe audlenc. ^phed In person Jorhla va. ana _.. was aed to go through Ihe norI mal procedure of paying an eight • • • dollar head lax with an interi | Andre MALEACX on national money order. Churchill, as he appears hi ,__ ... ._, 1 General DC UATIXEN memoir* Although EMPIRE TO-DAY AND CONTINUING DAILY 4 45 8 3f> QUausst JULIANA received nirm tiers of tha Mnusa Leg pilgrimage to tba grave* of British war daad In Holland, at goeitijk — and wax pi#wnt*d with a bouquet of pink carnations by Mi Nil-noil*, of Leamington Spa, England, an Ainhem veteran. E*prw Married In Grenada D KV JOHN A. PAfiKtR, Retired Businessman A 11*R. JOHN O. COMBER, a r i-** retired businessman fro-n Ihe United Kingdom, returned home on Sunday In tlie S s two I him four months UK t. %  \ T-t-;j j Q• ** nainiil Met ho. st Mimsl. M lrjnidad Pl*n..t of <;renad. was married 3EIJ, HENDERSON. Thursday ol St. Gaorse's Melh rrhudod pumist and Dance ^l*' Church lo Miss Margaret CaJosnbir after spending ten day. arrived here on Severs who recently arrived there holiday staying al th I %  | thi ( oI.maie tntnnaU '"' England. View HoUl He was accompanied for the United Kingdom where Rov K J P-tyne oftlelated at bv bis wife. n foran mdet.! %  > which was witnessed by a Urge gathering Ineludi* < %  ; Resident Tutor In England, Mr. Hender""' *F* !" '* l^ !" 1 *no are ... mw R A DOUGI.AS-SMITK. • Lon' !" '" f ? ni,dl 1 „ JVl Reaklant Tutor in Buted .. i'-ke -, £L. I" !" wdl as to M de Ro "nd Trip rot lb. V|RS. DANIS SUVELORE. West Indies, was among I Ml in Seven DBWSJ • % %  PBAKOiyi ?J-yeari Id il.iLignter Carmen Md he 'iirtieun hmbjiid. the Muit|uis,d( VII.LAVERDE, riflttlng Parti for iinaStct• u tounst-llke zeal for sight%  i etog, in i von i incm > i-ne Versailles, lunched at the Grant 1 ascended Ihe Eiffel %  ired the Lou\ i ballets and ;ile pressed duck at the Tour 'I'Argent Commented Carmen on the Dior show: "It's so beautiful II** utmost .i I day aba spent ahjopptas] bought her father an inexpensive camera. .rush good looks and her uninhibited delight with Panehormed Parisians and earned he. the title "Francos best ambassa%  They Said It of the week: Vlettlnj textile mechanic ll\KOM> Pl.t HMr.K. begn Mnnmouthshinl 1 |RANCKCOEyp 4g$i -t present being i portrait etched m vttrioL" Mr. Rciser'a Steak would have taken i T.K three days lo obtain such an Older. Koestler refused to do this, j I denounced the "re. %  ape mentality." He men stamped out angrily At Orly airfield, near Paris. %  w ..XlhT. „u. Ulli hM.riP-ik i< IhZ r*nir .,f *Hhout crMeeting his visa. K ^JZll^iL !" SSL3 Muttered a puxxled offlcial after "1 guess Mr. Koestler complicated dispute. Involved n the discussion over it are the \iris vetrrinary -ervice ihe Intel lational sanitary control and the Justoms. M %  i: lemperameiit.il. like all but It sure i a terrible risk we're lunruiiK Why. Ihe guy might dee tot to coma IM Uve %  Ik trtar'aU Inlair ? singer of slight The s'eaK reached PandnriBJ %  J M,l Mrs. Reigvr read of the strike it home, thought of her possibly Juliet tt.t u. larvmg husband on a bunwith her unkempt ap'Isit to Paris and instantly di*i"" ri nre and trousered leg*. jatehed the steak by air provides some of the necessary ...plicrc in the JBH dives ol For three days the steak went St Germain des Prea, is now rom office to office, with an 01 '-bvl for having .'tonal spell in a relrigeratoi. cnlled he r eye* "deep but empty." vhlle its fate was debated, OrU uthoriUes await a declarati.-r. TinMarch Of Sciessc* lie^t news tf the week: rrench that the meat * %  p.. %  > uperators will soon be for Inspection. ad by robots. Mr statoar srffl hava lo WOBI.U .OFYBICHT REanvgo pay duty on It befrr. —L.E.S M On Short Visit J. NUNBS. Managing Director of Mess, i-u\. Mr j Brena widow of Mr. Danls Suvepnaaenpers who left hero on Sunlore. President of the Chamber of "lay "> Ihe S.S Celimbte nn Commerce in Martinique, was England. intransit on Sunday in the 0 DONALD O'CONNOR P.PERLAURIEJ -FRANCIS%  %  *. .CttllKElUHT-JtSM WWTT • A UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Mm -nil snmiMi HAILS'. ROYAL Last 2 Shows To-DAY 4.30 and 8 la p.m. Republic Whole Serial ZORROR'S BLACK WHIP — Starring — LINDA STERLING — GEORGE J. LEWIS Wed. & Thur. 4-SO & 830 p.m. Eagle Lion Double CANON CITY and COBRA STRIKES 1 RO.YY ufaiit and ttocr*bl af,cr ""^'"K a round ti ip tn ".VIM ( %  .*„,:. Llil {• %  %  "• %  SI" > %  "" on her w> and Mr. J. Mllllkcn. |J Me-wrs b ck ,0 Martinique. trial! Giiiham and CM. I.t,l PKM ..:.. j rv I. M Accountant*. wcrc ar V mmt M Md Oculiat Back to F.nilnnd M R. and MBS. NOHMAN BOPIJ!Y of England who tm jcsn-nUiy momlna "by A TER SPENUING a "fhon returned homa on Sunriuy In the — %  * holiday In Barbados, staying s s ; to11 residing here tor almost a yea, %  nMr. A 11W.1 A., [rom British Guiana "rt Visit and dl lht Hotel Ituyal. Mr. John An enulnevr. Mr. Hopley VIM* at tho Marine Hotel '^^nu'd. Phnnnaelst and Oculist employed with Messrs. Dowuin". F.rected Marhin.ru %  .' Maitlnlquc. returned home on EsUlcs Ltd. while Ms wile v.'.' M niKl'T |.?-i.-Tr7 Sunday In the SS tolemble. He "mBoyad with Mesara K rtUBUiT BHII.IIT wng wol aecompanled by Ills wife Bryden und Sons. Lid. r~" Enda.id Mr. Loeourd is father-in-law „i „ -, B.C. Director JOHN POTTER, Dlnttv in Ir. Martinique, who BarbadM rvcvntly taking u cour —. Singer Sewing Machil in. i..iitM tl rootCompany. His dauvhter, Miss Jay uller spondtii'. n tew WCS-KI d wa, seen to good SI— i~ Loeourd ,1*, spent wo ner. He was staying at -Bractt In the defence line. week*holiday here recently. mar," Brltlon. Hill. "" "?', Mi Vv.s PanalL Manager of tin. or Ihe UUcull Fa.-Singer Sewing Machine Company &/1K ion Sttn.lv night ,n I,, Marllnlquc. who w„ P M'I M ol .1. W. Pott* and Co. ". m ,r Barbados reiemly taking a COUI-'I Ltd., returned to British Uulan:: „ ...u;_.. vl Trinidad by B W.I.A. yeate.. out I ., \miiii:.\\ COI.LH\: Fight Over Turpin NEW YORK. [He BUUl over Itandiiljili i.upin uii TV reached the nails of %  eat in Washington. rue iiii lea DepartinaDt: is going Dgala ilwity the prolog rights "Pin-Robinson fight. Tncy rsitow whether any anli. S3 pot/ Laws wore broken. man Pal Sutton asked ba llr tK-lieves the t>r home tvcls were Imii.'iviews of the FlM promoters sold the IV rights lo cinemas tl I". T\' manufacluTM-s also are nad about this dcnl. They people are not going to %  if, If they cannot %  porttaj events. DMkan arc thinki'ic J>OUt iMKltlK tlH'iilM'lvo .. n W OB %  • -..M Wli.-n .t 1.000.000 .'cllars from %  : 11 try to buy the TV i mhts to the next Turpinflujit—and give 11 tn bM Ik free SONG TO IIKMKMBKP I Mm Wi nke Usenhowei -grows louder across the Ian.I a" i vei y day AsMtic in one from talks v.-iK, UM Keneral. They say he is gain to %  e i' %  % %  •' did % %  % %  •-. %  a i wu waHat Kdff %  doff t'> Fruiif Tiliiy 'l Is Rosen? Drmnmniid. 0M of %  '.from • %  . 1 ... n in Europe. He says Eisenhower plans lo make n frank statement Republ ; can isntm ye.r—and campaign T1\!F fOR PRIOK ISltlTOVH will be pro %  < %  they look around New York Alr,>JII In I9&3, hinu the Wall-street Journal. FOf .iifii CDgasM jet airliners will be skimming from New Yoik to Bermuda in W0 minute*, compared with propeller driven Aim-ricai. airliners' tune of threo and a quarter hours. And loan We Journal predicts that the Comet will skim off more than th,. lo per cent, of New York Bermuda traffic which B O A C. now gets. Says tho Journal: "The nearest thing the US. has l.' a commercial Jet Is stlU on the drawing boards." C.KOt I K S MILLIONS JOHN A. .i:\KVKORl). the world*! rirhest men, died In Ihe lift of .. New York skyscraper. ti ii be ihe world's largfst grocer, for Vgaytor-old Hartford limit up the Great Atlantic and pacific Tea Company. Now a chain of food shops, the A. and P.. i* whtra Amarican housewives spend all., r Bt %  Millinii evary year to buy all they want to eat. With his brother George. John 'fartford was reported to control fnitune of over £250 million. more than Henry Ford, On the side he developed a prinllng foclory. America's largest coffee business. 37 bakerie v.hlrh turn out two mllPnn loughnuts every day. a magaiine with a mulll-mlllion < and an Alask"" fihin,; fleet C'lllLU'S PI.AY THK tlllLUKKN wanted to know how colour TV works. So Professor Ernest O. LawNobcd prl/e-winning scientist, nuidc a tube In tho garage .i nurki on ihe oU h*f -i„( idmirs! sin let. li u>. oeourw. in codr." he uvt **.'r hindynun And I wotkfd very hitd uniil •>< solved ti, jnd mi find (tiir the lor:tm. n bur ed by ihe ir— under, Linn Rock on to kiia. and wa i ih.nki t momeni. Cn'l e k roui rurtriymsn. sir ?" he iyi The nvtn ho hii helped >u w muer. ilteady." 51" PP STRIPED St 1T1VG — Nivy Brown Ore) J5.19 iStTTINO Fawn and Orr> S4.M U FANCY StTTINO $400 PCAJM StTTIN'O —Brown. Crrrri QNf tSAt HOSII in ,,„. l:l N.iiW SHIRTS White Only KfcNOWX SHIKTS White. Tan, Gre,. '1 u WEST SOMERSET SHIRTS Tan WEST SOMERSET While mtituTi asm SUM SI. .'-, T. R. EVAIVS A w mil si:. IIS %  DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES 4801 TO-DAY only 4.30 & 8.15 p.r Universal Double ADAM aaj EVELYN* with STEWART GRANGER and INVISIBLE MAN with CLAUDE RAINES Wed. a Thur. s.30 a 8.15 p.m SONJA HENIE .md JOHN In PAYNE SUN VALLEY SERENADE and EAST SIDE. 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ESTABLISHED 188.')
BRITAIN STANDS ' *$""? Omburman!-And
FIRM IN THE SUEZ
Mil IM Mil I IllOhS COM-inK.VT
3
EGYPTIANS WANT
U.K. EVACUATION
*
Four Powers Will Insisl
On Middle-East Command
POLICE THREATEN TO
ARREST U.K. SOLDIERS
RUSSLi.ys MILL
RETURN SHIPS
WASHINGTON. Oct IS
I i romrsed on i
I return t icebreak-
Ntetes has b"n
* for morp than five
I noiuied the SU'rf De-
vilment >i adU deliver US.S.
Win Wli.d ud w-r*t HUM
ritlcs in Bremer-
' '-rrmanj, sometime next
I nuoth.
fnitvd 3u.cm still want*
Russia to return (70 other ves-
i stIs and possibly ,.t>>ut $800,000.-
000 to se*t!e up its si, 100.000.000
, Icnd-lease accountI'.P
SANGSTER
APPOINTED
LONDON. Oct 18
Britain will stand firm on her 1936 treaty 11
stationing troops in the Sue? if Egypt rrtectg Die Four
Power Middle East Defence proposals, diplomatic drclM
here said to-day.
This has been made clear in the past tew davs bv Brit-( .
ish Ministers and officials and Foreign Secretary rferberl nf ^^wJllaVe wl. m-d,y
Morrtaon said on Friday that the British Government lapointed Chairman ct the jo&M
would not submit to any unilateral abrogation of the 8*fcd Committee of the Jamsict
tTMty legislature on the F<
One of the first things that would happen if Egypt did 'Ti^.!... ','
reject the invitation to become a founder member of thi \ ^ s^ond
proposed Middle East defoniv organisation, would be for following strictures from
Britain, France. Turkey and the United States to consult uananM th;it the nominate'!
on the next step to be taken IbBta '" the Li buattva council
In the event of rejection by Egypt the tour powers in-' EK?*, SSLSf'SS
tend to go ahead with their plans for a Middle East Com- JK &H&
mand it was understood here. itaaui na would m.....i
Their consultations would be designed In consider i ,nrewi> ut on (heir noee*.
A derision was taken that the
nmlttaa should n *
SOLDIERS?
niQthods of doing so.
ARREST
In Alexandria to-day police notified the British Em-
bassy that they will arrest any British soldier appearing
in Egyptian cities outside the Canal Zone according to the
newspaper Al Misry. The action resulted from the landing
Sunday at Alexandria of a British officer who went to the
Embassy and loter accompanied a diplomatic official to
Cairo.
Press reports said all phone calls from troops areas
must be made in English according to the new British Se-
curity directive,
A British spokesman later denied that armed guards
had been placed on vehicles carrying families. He also
said security precautions banning (orui^n lunguuge phone
tall* Crum military mats Hat ions was nothing new mid had
been in force some time.
A British military spokesman in Cairo to-day denied
Egyptian press reports that an Egyptian "underground
ince battalion" and British tnjops had clashed ;it
Arab El Mahsama near Kashassin in the Canal /one.
"There is absolutely no truth in the reports" he said
According to the weekly paper Al Goimour a British
truck driver was shot and seriously wounded and his com-
panion fatally injured.
The paper jiad reported how the "resistance battalion*'
watching the Kashassin Ismailia road stopped a British
army vehicle and it was the driver of this truck who was
shot and seriously wounded when trying to drive away.
Half an hour later said the paper a British detachment
of l"d soldiers, marched to Arab El Mahsama from Kas-
hiissin camp, cordoned off the village and opened fire.
d*Uch-
Villagers lired on th<
mani and finally British soldiers
fled said the paper, which adder1
that a number of its reporters had
already left (or the "occupation
area" to leport on "Red battles
that had started between British
occupants and Egyptians"
Observe?-, said one of th<
greatest .Mumbling blocks in
Ihe four-power proposal m
the statement that the 1936
Anglo-Egyptb.n treaty would
be considered in force until
Egypt accepts the Middle Knst-
pact plan.
Egyptians claim they already
h.ive abrogltad the 1936 treaty
and Britain must Bl
the princ.'.'la of complete
evacuation of British troops
from the Suez Canal and the
Nile valley before mv. proposals
can be oonstoarad.
Authoritative source* said
Britain, France, the United
Stales and Turkey will offer
unified resistance against any
warlike move to hamper plans
for the Middle Bast security
;igamst Communist Aggression.
They Hid if Egypt relieves
any military arrangement with
the west aa proposed by the
four powers, preparation for
defence of the Middle East
wi Page 1
Keeper Of Hm
Colonies' Secrets
From Our Own Corrrapondi-nti
LONDON, Oct. 15.
The safeguarding of the colon-
ies' official secrets Is to be the
responsibility lor the lirsi time of
a specially appointed security
officer. The man selected for this
Important job at Ihe Colonial
Office is Major General Dirmott
l>unlopu man who wa
recently in the report of the Singa-
pore Riots Inquiry Commission
for his "cool Judgment, foresight
and leadership."
He Li 51, was G.O.C. of Singa-
pore from 1948 till early this
year when he returned to civilian
life.
In the u wo he will
Icavu his country home
at the Colonial Office details of
his new work This will involve
his visiting alt Colonial territo-
ries. Detail* havi i
tied about when and witere he
will go first It is expected he will
make a .Hart by the r
year.
ill order n prepare .i report for
Uio autumn session in the Lcgis-
i i iit-gu< next month.
The latest infornviUon is that
tling* of all types were
damaged in the recent
Jamaica hurricane. Of IBH total
pproabnataly ii.000 angre loui-
v'ifke,i lhat they
i ompletc reconstruction.
Approximately 3.500 houses dam-
aged were covered wiUi hurricane,
insurance mostly in the City area.
in ihe meantime, the Govern-
ment has put up 2.000 tents in the
urea and parishes lo house the
homeless and it is hoped that
soon as more tents arrive the sit-
uation wiU improve.
Each tent holds six persons
comfortably. Investigations
also being mad? as to the type of
housing moat likely will stand an
earthquake and hurricanes and
venous tTMl of ,n .-fabricated
houses of all types are being sub-
tims abroad and a de-
'.'.....ii fee type is aapaotad
.>on so that on early start can be
da lti Dm si.vuoo.ooo rehousing
programme which is additional to
Sl.2ft0.000 expenditure for emer-
gency housing repairs since Ihe
Sailor Charged
With Inciting Riot
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 15.
Brazilian sailor Antonio Dl
>v I Id is under "technical'
arrest" charged with inciUng riot
twisting arrest and disorderly ,
conduct in a disturbance in
which -he was wounded in the
left ankle bl a police bullet.
U.P.
Boogie
Woogie
And Hazel
. 1'nfTxpno4i'|i
lX>NDON. October 15.
Ha/el Scott Trinidad bom 11-
ycar-oid rtegio jazz piam*i who
tm it,i to Princess Elizabeth**
P*rl> In Washington on
asking ihe moat flurried
4 hour, in show business to ke-o
:hc date.
But it will be no strain on Miss
Scott, foi whom the*
nothing busy on ( lydeside
vesUidsgr. She reed the
.he invitation in the Dally
in her filasgov. hotel. Out
her diary and pencil.
"Let me sec she said. "Yes
that lucky 1 am." 1 am free that
night The day before 1 am due
B Scotland, the day after
in Copenhagen. 1 think I can IK
from Europe and back again ana
Bl Tin- Unit tables wen- fel,hed
Yes. 20 hours from Scotland lo
Washington. 18 hours from Wash-
ington lo Copenhagen, that would
give her six hours in Washington.
But her husband, coloured N>
York Congressman Adam Pnarell,
invited with her. cannot go. He is
busy with the world Government
Omvehi in Europe He said: "A
pity. I am reat admirei of tho
British Royal Family.'
Came lum-h time and a recren-j
Uon room ^ thoir luiU-1. the
Central, caught tirr More cxrltr-
n>cnl smoke poured from the
clock tower. Rut soon
What next-
She had |ust flushed when
The Hasel SeoM Entourage-
made for a flml night ap|teranca
a l the Empire Theatre Miss
SeOM (lutrhing .i sliuii-.rit.il ted
llolc in ana hand and hei live-
year-old son In the other climbed
inin a taxi, talking all Uie time.
"I am not .i Imogie-woogie
pianist." she sm I only play
one booglo wootfa paaea, 'Chl-
cago Fire', which I composed my-
seir Call me a puio pianist
After her Into the taxi went
her maid. Pearl, with Miss Scott'
tresses for the> show. Then- was
a flve-mtnujie wait wtnik- Mk.
Powell placed his wife's lewel
box in the hotel safe"Just m
case I bora are any more .liartnv'
Then the party drove offhut
fast. Miss Scott It one of half a
dozen coloured people invited to
tho party ,r\ Hi- Britlxh Errmufcer
an eyebrowraisin* precedent
in colour conscious Washington.
She has been invited not be-
cause shp is a popular performer
but ks the wife of l Congressman.
On page 3
ARTIE'S HEADLINE
Winnie Reins Baek
53 YEAIRS AGO RUT
HE REMEMBERS
Hy KIIRKRT MUSSEL
LONDON. IVl M
Ombuinum' A man shouted the word as the tl.ick dour
Jil No. 28 Hyde Park sate swung open, and Winston Chin
thill paused like a battle charter suddenly reined in
Oinburmanthat was the bloody Held on which Britain
-onqutred the Sudan from Iht hordes of The Mahdi Th
.Dervish shot down the flower of Brlush cavalry In the lii
sabre drawn charge in its military history. Among those
f'fchu escaped ambush was a vuung officer who shot his ws\
'out.
That was 53 years ago and there was nowin
Mm, in every one of these electioneeiing days still send-
ing battle with the same delight that sent him cheering
..V"" action despite his injured arm in 1898
You can sllll n. a lot of the
officer of Omburinsn In
BLAME REDS
FOR STRIFE
R> ROBERT MILLER
KOREA Oct. 13.
fs-Hw'i.'^"1, amon lhe Chl-
n.se. North Koreans an 2L """* ox authoritative
*urce. on Mfnulav for Communist
rlelaying taeUc. ut pjm Mun
*m. Theeo usually reliable ob-
Trv?T?./iad f*"*1 th* increasing
I' venslnri in Nt-rth Korea, inchid-
-IwSLSB? 5ofT"n cl,lM made it
xtremcHy difficult for the Soviets
"Jf**1 ***> acceptable to ail.
*ssT??ii.,*u.;hn,d ourc "id that
lhe North Korean Premier, Km. u
Hung, had been openly accused bv
hie own people of "seising out" to
trie i !>ine4- Tin- North Korcun>
eai thai the Chlnoaa arc attempt.
I ! lakg over Iheir Government,
i.u.i I'tal under the increased pres-
sure ,f Allied military offensive
ep.iriiiB li> iiegiilijitf 'all
Uftlust peace "
irces said that there was
lion of a pn.-Chlnese fae-
to attempt a revolt, but
Irtere have l>een numerous reports
cr pro-Chinese officers Wing rap-
ttted in the North Korean
urrn). aim , urge number new
hold high ranking positions It was
ven said that Kim II Sung did not
cnli/e the scope ol Chinese IrdU-
ratlwi in the North Korean army
yjttU -KA-nlly. and that the pro-
^nneV Clemen I i<> uuw m strong,
no egnmrt Hquldste It. The ln/orm-
t said that It had been quite
>ai at Kaesong and Pan Mun
m lhat Oeneral Nam II Is
merilv the mouthpiece for the
joint .Soviet-Chinese Political MU-
sio'.- which were established lo
give North Korean orators orders
snil lo tell them what to do. This
tnih-hgnded attiiud* so riled the
Ngfth Koreans, the informant said,
refused to resume the
rmisllce talks.
I'.P.
Churchill as h wages politus
war with the Socialist Party foi
the control of the British Govern-
ment m the general election of
O-tober 33 His It yearshe will
I- 71 on November 30thhave
thickened his figure and bowed
\\t shoulders, but they have been
'tie to clo nothing at all to his
lery spirit
Aiouiid 2(1 Hyde Park gate nno
his eountry home Chartwrll
here is much the same crackling
.-.I that marked No 10 Doff*
Ulg Stee.1 dujpig in. H-niiiie
regime as Prime Mmlslei Su
nordinaUfet rush oft on errand* IJ
before th. Last ijllabie of com- '"
'i and dle gwoj telephone- ring
iiucsa*ntl>. inenwi.mda are writ-
ds and lights burn
.ind
Ricef ield Thrives At
Pie Corner, St. Lucy
IN A FIKLD at Pie Corner, St. Lucy, near Cove where
i ,n i iwtat potatoes, corn and other land produce
thrive, there also grows a amall quantity of rice.
field is tilled bv Presti
Nominated To Board
our Own Cor rr sound en 11
8. GEO Ocl 13.
In addi'.mi. la IM i*ccntly
elected rncmbers,' Mis Kxeeiienc*
b 'i lowing to
tha Bl Gaordja'g Dis-
i (01 the i"Ht three-
I M 11 Cromwell.
Cyril Aiigier. A O Payne. L
II. Phillip. M K Punch-John-
lon, j w N i. aeon wait Di
irll. ,
Kill l\ KAKII VIOS
OSWALD BOCK, stretches scroas the soft and dy ground of s field at Pie Corner. Bt Lacy to pick s
feeeinuMi of rler grown by Proston Otlfftth. The rice waich was planted s year ago by Orlffltb has not yet
rlssi. a field of sagsr cans is in the backgnmnd-
Griftlth who lives nearby. Grif-
fith told the Advocate yesterday
thai someone give him the seed
about a year ago and not knowinu
vhnt they were but suspecting
them lo in- rice he Ihn
Into, the centre of the field aa that
part of the ground was kepi :>l -
Mnaallj Boodad tq iota
The seed he said resembled oaat.
Tlie soil in which the rice grows
is dark grey ant. most of the lanr
Ul Ih^t area i* urn ei watCI Th"
surrounding soil Is moist and
covered with moss. Griffith IUU
I'loughed parallel drains around
.,.. u^icn 1-. an c:iort t.
(./i vent the nt&t of the Held frou
| flooded. This also helps
l i keep the water on ihe rice. He
aid thai by the time the Bald
was almost dry. another rainfall
would fl'iod it once more
Not Believed
. ,..
a*, said1 "When I fir*t
Lti St. I.ucv
I did not beMfve il until I saw it
l If." Rock has recently re-
turned ft a here be
for about three months
cl-irlng Um
A !l
of Agiu-u'Lurr- jfter seeing a oec.-
- rdaj from the field bl
si. Luck, roast
ice. but did not know what typ"
i was. He said that rice has been
reported growing here before, but
nol in any quantity. They h3d al*-'
grown some al |hi
ll Maggatts. but it never
v matured.
Griffith's plot in St Lucy which
about 20 feet bv IS fee-
has noi ret ripened.
Egypt Rejects
Proposals
By J. WALTER COLLINS
CAIRO. Oct. 15,
jBgyni rajactad Monday the
four-powrr invitation to join the
Middle Ka*t pact against Commun-
ism, and Parliament approve.I the
-nding of Anglo-Egvptian treaties
-overing the Sue? Canal /one ..nd
the Sudan
Interior Minister Found Serag
El-dine Pasha announced In the
i.'humber of Deputies the Govern-
nt's decision not to Join the
ted Slates, Britain, rrance and
Turkev In the Middle East part
Parliament Is expected to give Its
lick .ipuroval.
The decision against joining the
Middle Bst pact was revealed only
;i short time after the Chamber of
De;>utles approved the abrogation
the Anglo-Egyptian treaties.
} two moves gave a new and
k turn to Egypt's quarrel with
Britain over the stationing of
British troops in the Suez Canal
zone and lhe status of the Sudan
C.P.
GOMPENSATION
ONLYMossadegh
FLUSHING MEADOWS, Oct 15.
Iranian Premier Mohammei
Mossadegh flatly rejected on Mon-
Uniletl Nations authority

Ai.aln-ln
! I (I
Tor the !- Britain's
ul went H n-Ul loi 1
ro>r of Rka 0 Party h<
I Hi' House. |
iHtion ugh'
Agility Plus...
In lhe centre of this vortex,
i cotaanand ol avon facet of
.iinpaigii Is Cfaurohlll, making
4 usual, not the slighter eon-
-i"n lo his years. Me Is up al
8 00 .i in to read Ihe newspn-
i--i i>rekf*n tflefail
ngs of messages, muku docens
ol phone calls with warnings and
vice to par*y iieadqu-i t-! god
candid a tee.
Tomorrow Churchill will bo at
Ni weistle with another major ad-
Ircsa and Wednesday he (our-
licys to Glasgow. His own C
-UtueiKv. Woodford Oromv Is-
nflft, bOl he Is taking no .haneec
ind will make another street
comer lour (rf it before the elre-
tton.
A Different Horsv
Hut this remarkable man n*
ven his Socialist opponents de-
crlbe himhas time for vet Othoi
i. tivltles. Next week he will spenk
it a reunion of veterans of El Al-
amein and Government is wincing
In anticipation of his lash for its
I roubles in Egypt and lhe utfuj
Sudan he helped lo win
He's also supervising his racing
stable and wondering whether his
fnmous horse Colordtt It will l>.
ible to race again as a result if I
ut leg
These elections, as was the direc-
lon of Ihe war Itself and anything
Ise In which Churchill Is Involved,
Is pretty much a one-man show
There are rumours lhat some
tubers of Ihe party feel he i> in
Janger of becoming u h.il.ilit.
through his dominance and be-
ta Socialists keep playing on
the theme thai he is so much a
man of action, he might rush the
nation Into war.
But his adherents see in the very
ociaUst attack on hun the fear he
ispires in Labour's ranks. Church-
ill himself says humorously he ex-
pects attacks on him to get worse
MfOra they get better
The Socialists" desperate ham-
ineiing on the theme of peace and
war has many Conservatives woi
rlatf. But not Churchill He fee
Miti.e'.wnc after October 25, he wi
be summoned to form a new Got
eminentthe oldest Prime Minn
It-i since Gladstone gathered
his fourth Cabinet al 83
Chinese Hall
Allied Throat
\u I si K IAMBI
; I'M \k\iy ii./ h< IRI,

I
Visions ei.|il.n. I
Ni
10,
iratespc
hlUi in -i (.. ihj
Hondaj
ng Comn.....i-i del. i
'.....Iiinaea
riiv Cl
at Borne pwm. mlmt
atl.iek tKn. -^** f Kuimi
n i-t.ii. ,, i i.,ni m n
' I
Lrong Hi hi
i.i-
ntsputl Wan and ailing 72-year-
ii i i-iining from
be*I to make his dramatic appear-
ance before the Securii
(old the eleven-nation body that
Iran will nsurm negoiiiitn.il-. with
the British only on the problems
if compensation for the
i-.cd Aniil'i-Ii.nii.in Oil Con ;
'.nd distribution of Iranian oil Me
said that his country had rejected
the Russian proposal to for i ;i w
xed "Irano-Russian Oil Com-!Mil
OSBORNE WAS
ON DARW//VS
ROUTE
NEW YORK
.M'l. "Dnd" Oisborne. charged
......p
smuggling, was on a voyagi
t Mind lhe world. followini
Darwin's route, according to Mr.
Charles Oilman, an Amerii
enifineer w lm o'.d with l>ie
P'dition. "ul Mr Oilman and
other members of the crew Ion
'Argo v in me Vimm
'-lands, he has told correspon-
dents in New York. Mr. Gill
"id thi, story:
raplaca the $500,000,00X1
Anglo-Iranian concern whose na-
n gave rise to a dispute
ritaln has characterised u
"a possible threat to peace "
TO-DAY'S WEATHER
CHART
Sunrise : 5.4f a.m.
Sunset : 5.52 p.m.
Moon Full October 11
LUhlini : g.M p.m.
Illsh Tide : 4.1S ..n-,.. I ti5
Low Tide 10 ee am lt.]g
p.m.
fe sailed from New Yo
28 hi the 'Argosy.' a :
75-foot ketch with" a dieeel
-nelne. Formerlv. il w
Belgian pilot boat. In oddittOO to
Capl. Orsborne end a i
tain. Edwird DoVlM there were
atvia -i i ......
nuns rangini; fro'n fMO to 700
toaaai to vai& the i .-
vovage wa* to last two roan and
we were to follow Darwin's
route around Ihe world.
to write
.J m;ikc fllmi
nd the expedition had
been commissioned to do some
work for the Clnctnattl Mus-um
of Natural HMory. wiwaie flag
we flew, and for the American
(Geogranricul Society We left
.after IB i'sy at sea."
I -BIT
Allied brtoflna
l < i asJd i|iut the Chinese had
hrown ni' into ihJa
iraa, an hi Una a m pla
12 and l?,0M inin
ii; ae< pei into the
. tins inlo
I .In | .
K'.rcan troop, m the ruggao
l raJa bi loa k
.. ammunition
i ptei on Monday to k>-ep
A.....d rlilve going.
C.P.
The "ADVOCATE"
paya for NEWS.
Dial 3113
Day or Night
mil M.mi*r. of FsrlU
"gulion Mr Win*ton Ctiurclull.
chesrfal -.mil* worn he arrived
nt ho Hunk- bat psrty will be
Winnie'Wooa
Liberal Votes
I.ONUdN Oct. 19
Win: ton < hun I
night that Britain*! La-
Ciovernnient has taken
vthing it irott) cap-
t America ind at the same
tried .nt superior,
i in.it inn. fighting lo bring lum-
1 !' and the Conservatives beek
in th Oct,
rlevtions, stepped on the cam-
i>wian puttfoim ' HudderafieU
i uppost the i.
dytiarnfc"'bld re. pick-
up for the Cnnservafl
2.500,000 Liberal votes that could
swing Ihe elections
>.ar-lf! wartime lead-
er charged that their was not j
Held in which the Labour Gov-
ernment had not failed during
six years In office. He sain,
"towards the United Slates their
altitude has been to dike every-
hing they can gel. Indeed, they
hive been maintained upon lhe
bounty of capitalistic Ainerkj.
while at the *nme time trying to
be morally superior to the United
Stiite-."
He charged also that laaoour
li.nl f.uied at home with th wWt
of living rising.
The British nation now has b>
ke one of the most momenlou-
a aid
i r
A^.MNi: m tho drink of
moderation. More-
over, as somebody has
remarked, "alcohol la a
lucl used lo propel rock-
eta. Since ycu are not a
rocket, you'll want to do
iifc5.Tii/( VOUI drinkim, in moder-
[m alion; asking ol each sip
only pleaaaritnosn and
<)Otyl cheor cortainly
n o 1 propu'sion". Tho
ancient Greeks woie quite
rirjht in bciliovina. thai to drink wine wilhoul oating waa
a barbaiouD and uncivi)ic-ft rusiom. Our present-day
drinkinrf hahitt wo-i1
inwm. Tho Miociom practice ol slipping into a AtuHy bar
lo gulp down one or two 'inick-ones'1 while Handing
and wiihoul oatmg. would have lillod them with con-
temptuous an'i'.o-Tifnt. Thuy were an eloganl und a
temperate people and Iheir wine-drinking was always
accompanied by food and long Lows of pleasant con-
versation.
From "La" Mine Be Wine'
G. R. DrBiwYN
k.w.%. i-amoi %vi.\r;s
K.W.V. PAARL TAWNY
K.W.V. CORONATION WINE
K.W.V. OLD BROWN SHERRY
K.WV SWEET VERMOUTH
K.W.V. DRY VERMOUTH
11

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I'M.I. TWO
BARB VDOS ADVIM ATI
Tl'ESDAY, OCTOBER 16. lssi
tfcUtib Paltina A few ups from Farouk
.
i til do wild tt
Ml INTOCK :
< >N. Attorney-Ge
' ,
I
<>IIV%TIO.\* FOII <;i I I \
Wi
Hr
II
i :<.. CoOasjiata
MM .. H\ .. /cjIjiio
:ti4-i *ai H
' l -.ll-l.JH II
Mcrea the Innei
I am pnv.it
...i i lUniiuM
Re ws professional clerk, proae-fl
'uiing sin O.P.Oh LoncUm (ran
1032.
II be his second term o)
Lb Bahamas for hr serv-
.;i.ii> ..n,| rirctm
inafCislnit* from 1932 t<> I93~
an be Km nivH ta T..n-
MhIhvu ant
ru 8 ,. itor-Gen-
period hi went |o t'Kvidafl
Leaving for U.K. Shortly
LriUHDKB CirlionGod-l
! Mi*. Consuel.
i U'r Garrison and thi
- T A Gnddard. Dcput-,
( Police, returned*
i by B W.I.A. on Sun-H
c a week In Bur-
over here to attendM
4 MiM Jetai
1 Mr. Geoffm
h took place c
it Si Leonard
- s.iy goodbye to h
' will be li-nvm
rtls tm Kruii.u
DC rcin;iininc It
.1
Jntrantit
On how to Behave
HV SAM WHIM
T!w Immigrant
VM
PARIS. "Compired with
inu ,. uie guard*
-.dent's reside cr
nifflcienUy ivmrnW. slack, to say the leoi-
nvoke a Royal c i. iff, A*, Strip-teaser Gipsy
1 On ilritiih audience
FAIZA. siHer .[ KrKf her act "The only
k ur Egypt.
i woman of
.if mv icity, hi
lowed to visit Paris for ihe fir
. e years only after givn |
a solemn promise to her brother
no nightclubs, no ra*tnoa. back l<
I room, like seme moderi
lla, every n:ght by mid-
night
V ohaperoned by he
1'i.rl All
ROI I ny.Y. has been sticking t
the letter of her promise, irirnm-
instantl
< in 19*8 aftet
>'Cwpaper photograph* had showr
her In a Mom n
und Uic live years tf i i
In Cairo which followed.

mile. At least It giv
ettaae* m> find out wht*:
are out of fashion."
Buaktnghaaj

Novelist Arthur KOUTUI
was Involved in an angry acant*
K.
v.iitbH to live permanently in the
. applied some time ago
Tnere was at
* a special amend-,
recent Immigration
ONE Iff iU' h*a '
ra?lllnaw *""> " application Final!-
> the curtain was up wai bau-
bVT l (old hear Ihe audlenc. ^phed In person Jorhla va. ana
_.. was aed to go through Ihe nor- I
mal procedure of paying an eight
dollar head lax with an inter-
i | Andre MALEACX on national money order.
Churchill, as he appears hi ,__ ... ,_____ ._,___1
General DC UATIXEN memoir* Although
EMPIRE
TO-DAY AND CONTINUING DAILY 4 45 8 3f>
QUausst JULIANA received nirm tiers of tha Mnusa Leg___.
pilgrimage to tba grave* of British war daad In Holland, at goeitijk
and wax pi#wnt*d with a bouquet of pink carnations by Mi
Nil-noil*, of Leamington Spa, England, an Ainhem veteran.
E*prw
Married In Grenada
DKV JOHN a. PAfiKtR,
Retired Businessman
A 11*R. JOHN O. COMBER, a
r i-** retired businessman fro-n
Ihe United Kingdom, returned
home on Sunday In tlie S s
two
I him four months UKt. \
T-t-;j j Q- ** nainiil Met ho. st Mimsl.
Mlrjnidad Pl*n..t of <;renad. was married .
3EIJ, HENDERSON. Thursday ol St. Gaorse's Melh
rrhudod pumist and Dance ^l*' Church lo Miss Margaret CaJosnbir after spending ten day.
arrived here on Severs who recently arrived there holiday staying al th I
| thi ( oI.maie tntnnaU '"'," England. View HoUl He was accompanied
for the United Kingdom where Rov K J P-tyne oftlelated at bv bis wife.
n foran mdet.! '> which was witness-
ed by a Urge gathering Ineludi*<; Resident Tutor
In England, Mr. Hender- ""' *F*'* l^"1* *no are ... mwR. A DOUGI.AS-SMITK.
Lon- * '" f?ni,dl1 JVl Reaklant Tutor in Buted ..
i'-ke -, L. I"!- wdl as to M*de Ro"nd Trip rot lb.
V|RS. DANIS SUVELORE. West Indies, was among I
Ml in Seven Dbwsj
' PBAKOiyi ?J-year-
i Id il.iLignter Carmen Md he
'iirtieun hmbjiid. the Muit|uis,d(
VII.LAVERDE, riflttlng Parti for
iinaStct-
u tounst-llke zeal for sight-
i etog,
in i von i incm > i-ne
Versailles, lunched at the Grant1
ascended Ihe Eiffel
ired the Lou\ i
ballets and ;ile pressed duck at the
Tour 'I'Argent
Commented Carmen on the
Dior show: "It's so beautiful II**
utmost .i
I day aba spent ahjopptas]
bought her father an inexpensive
camera.
.rush good looks and her
uninhibited delight with Pan-
ehormed Parisians and earned he.
the title "Francos best ambassa-

They Said It
of the week: Vlettlnj
textile mechanic ll\KOM>
Pl.t HMr.K. begn Mnnmouthshin- l
1|RANCKCOEyp
4g$i
-t present being
i portrait etched m vttrioL"
Mr. Rciser'a Steak
would have taken i
- t.K three days lo obtain such an
Older. Koestler refused to do this, j
I denounced the "re.
ape mentality."
He men stamped out angrily
At Orly airfield, near Paris. " w ..XlhT. u.
* Ulli hM.riP-ik i< IhZ r*nir .,f *Hhout crMeeting his visa.
K ^JZll^iL SSL3 Muttered a puxxled offlcial after
"1 guess Mr. Koestler
complicated dispute. Involved
n the discussion over it are the
\iris vetrrinary -ervice ihe Intel -
lational sanitary control and the
Justoms.
M

i: lemperameiit.il. like all
but It sure i a terrible risk we're
lunruiiK Why. Ihe guy might de-
e tot to coma im Uve Ik
trtar'aU '
Inlair ?
singer of slight
The s'eaK reached Pan- dnriBJ
J M,l '
Mrs. Reigvr read of the strike
it home, thought of her possibly Juliet tt.t u.
larvmg husband on a bun- with her unkempt ap-
'Isit to Paris and instantly di*- i""ri'nre and trousered leg*.
jatehed the steak by air provides some of the necessary
...plicrc in the JBH dives ol
For three days the steak went St Germain des Prea, is now
rom office to office, with an 01 '-bvl for having
- .'tonal spell in a relrigeratoi. cnlled her eye* "deep but empty."
vhlle its fate was debated, OrU
uthoriUes await a declarati.-r. Tin- March Of Sciessc*
lie^t news tf the week: rrench
that the meat * p.. > uperators will soon be
for Inspection. ad by robots.
Mr statoar srffl hava lo wobi.u .ofybicht REanvgo
pay duty on It befrr. L.E.S
MOn Short Visit
J. NUNBS. Managing
Director of Mess,
i-u\. Mr j Brena
widow of Mr. Danls Suve- pnaaenpers who left hero on Sun-
lore. President of the Chamber of "lay "> Ihe S.S Celimbte nn
Commerce in Martinique, was England.
intransit on Sunday in the 0
DONALD O'CONNOR P.PERLAURIEJ
-FRANCIS- -
*.
.CttllKElUHT-JtSM WWTT a universal international picture
Mm -nil snmiMi hails'.
ROYAL
Last 2 Shows To-DAY 4.30
and 8 la p.m.
Republic Whole Serial
ZORROR'S BLACK WHIP
Starring
LINDA STERLING
GEORGE J. LEWIS
Wed. & Thur. 4-SO & 830 p.m.
Eagle Lion Double *
CANON CITY
and
COBRA STRIKES
1
RO.YY
.....ufaiit and ttocr*- bl* af,cr ""^'"K a round ti ip tn
".Vim (.*,:. Llil {"" SI" > "" on her w>
and Mr. J. Mllllkcn. |J Me-wrs b*ck ,0 Martinique.
trial! Giiiham and Cm. I.t,l PK-M..:.. j rv I. .
M Accountant*. wcrc ar. VmmtM Md Oculiat
Back to F.nilnnd
MR. and MBS. NOHMAN BOP-
IJ!Y of England who tm

jcsn-nUiy momlna "by A *TER SPENUING a "fhon returned homa on Sunriuy In the
* holiday In Barbados, staying s s; to11
residing here tor almost a yea,

nMr.
A
11W.1 A., [rom British Guiana
' "rt Visit and dl lht Hotel Ituyal. Mr. John An enulnevr. Mr. Hopley
vim* at tho Marine Hotel '^^nu'd. Phnnnaelst and Oculist employed with Messrs. Dowuin".
F.rected Marhin.ru .' Maitlnlquc. returned home on EsUlcs Ltd. while Ms wile v.'.'
MniKl'T |.?-i.-Tr7 Sunday In the SS tolemble. He "mBoyad with Mesara
K rtUBUiT bhii.iit wng wol aecompanled by Ills wife Bryden und Sons. Lid.
r~" Enda.id Mr. Loeourd is father-in-law i -,
B.C. Director
JOHN POTTER, Dlnttv
in Ir. Martinique, who
BarbadM rvcvntly taking u cour
. Singer Sewing Machil
in. i..iitMtl root- Company. His dauvhter, Miss Jay uller spondtii'. n tew wcs-ki
d wa, seen to good SI i~ Loeourd ,1*, spent wo ner. He was staying at -Brac-
tt In the defence line. week*- holiday here recently. mar," Brltlon. Hill.
"" "?', Mi Vv.s PanalL Manager of tin.
or Ihe UUcull Fa.-- Singer Sewing Machine Company &/1K
. ion Sttn.lv night ,n I,, Marllnlquc. who wP m'i M ol .1. W. Pott* and Co.
". m ,r- Barbados reiemly taking a coui-'i Ltd., returned to British Uulan::
...u;_.. vl. Trinidad by B W.I.A. yeate.-
. out I .,
\miiii:.\\ coi.lh\:
Fight Over Turpin
NEW YORK.
[He BUUl over Itandiiljili i.u-
pin uii TV reached the nails of
eat in Washington.
rue iiii lea DepartinaDt: is going
Dgala il- wity the pro-
log rights
"Pin-Robinson fight. Tncy
rsitow whether any anli-
. S3 pot/ Laws wore broken.
man Pal Sutton asked
ba llr tK-lieves the
t>r home tvcls were Im-
ii.'i- views of the
FlM promoters sold the
IV rights lo cinemas tl I".
T\' manufacluTM-s also are
nad about this dcnl. They
people are not going to
if, If they cannot
porttaj events.
DMkan arc thinki'ic
J>OUt iMKltlK tlH'iilM'lvo .. n W
OB -..M Wli.-n
.t 1.000.000 .'cllars from
: 11 try to buy the
TV i mhts to the next Turpin-
flujitand give 11 tn bM
Ik free
SONG TO IIKMKMBKP
I Mm Wi nke Usenhowei
- -grows louder across the Ian.I a"
i vei y day AsMtic in
one from talks v.-iK, Um
Keneral. They say he is gain to
, e i' '' .
did -. a
i wu waHat Kdff
doff t'> Fruiif Tiliiy
'l Is Rosen? Drmnmniid. 0M of
'.- from . 1... n
in Europe. He says Eisenhower
plans lo make n frank statement
Republ;can isn-
tm ye.rand campaign
T1\!F fOR PRIOK
ISltlTOVH will be pro <
they look around New York Alr-
,>jii In I9&3, hinu the Wall-street
Journal.
FOf .iifii CDgasM jet airliners
will be skimming from New Yoik
to Bermuda in W0 minute*, com-
pared with propeller driven
Aim-ricai. airliners' tune of threo
and a quarter hours.
And loan We Journal predicts
that the Comet will skim off more
than th,. lo per cent, of New
York Bermuda traffic which
B O A C. now gets. Says tho
Journal: "The nearest thing the
US. has l.' a commercial Jet Is
stlU on the drawing boards."
C.KOt I K S MILLIONS
JOHN A. .i:\KVKORl).
the world*! rirhest men, died In
Ihe lift of .. New York skyscraper.
ti ii be ihe world's
largfst grocer, for Vgaytor-old
Hartford limit up the Great
Atlantic and pacific Tea Com-
pany.
Now a chain of food shops, the
A. and P.. i* whtra Amarican
housewives spend all., r Bt
Millinii evary year to buy all they
want to eat.
With his brother George. John
'fartford was reported to control
, fnitune of over 250 million.
more than Henry Ford,
On the side he developed a
prinllng foclory. America's larg-
est coffee business. 37 bakerie
v.hlrh turn out two mllPnn
loughnuts every day. a magaiine
with a mulll-mlllion <
and an Alask"" fihin,; fleet
C'lllLU'S PI.AY
THK tlllLUKKN wanted to
know how colour TV works.
So Professor Ernest O. Law-
Nobcd prl/e-winning sci-
entist, nuidc a tube In tho garage
nia. He showed the children h...
.1 would receive Imth I I
white and colour casts
Today engineers un-
it in New Yoik They I
the moot revolutionary 1".
tion since colour was I
over the air
Rupert and the Lion Rock6
is fiu it led si S.ikii S> .i
* nurki on ihe oU h*f -i(
idmirs! sin let. li u>. o-
eourw. in codr." he uvt **.'r
hindynun And I wotkfd very hitd
uniil >< solved ti, jnd mi find (tiir
the lor:tm. n bur ed by ihe ir
under, Linn Rock on
to kiia.
and wa i
ih.nki t momeni. Cn'l e
k roui rurtriymsn. sir ?" he
iyi The nvtn ho hii helped
>u w muer. ilteady."
51" PP STRIPED St 1T1VG
Nivy Brown Ore) J5.19
i- StTTINO
Fawn and Orr>......... S4.M
U FANCY StTTINO......... $400
PCAJM StTTIN'O
Brown. Crrrri QNf tSAt
hosii in ,,.
l:l N.iiW SHIRTS
White Only
KfcNOWX SHIKTS
White. Tan, Gre,. '1 u
WEST SOMERSET SHIRTS
Tan
WEST SOMERSET
While ............................
mtituTi asm
SUM SI. .'-,
T. R. EVAIVS A w mil si:. IIS
DIAL 4220
YOUR SHOE STORES
4801
TO-DAY only 4.30 & 8.15 p.r
Universal Double
ADAM aaj EVELYN*
with
STEWART GRANGER
and
INVISIBLE MAN
with
CLAUDE RAINES
Wed. a Thur. s.30 a 8.15 p.m
SONJA HENIE .md JOHN
In PAYNE
SUN VALLEY SERENADE
and
EAST SIDE. WEST SIDE
Starring
BARBARA STANWYCK
and
JAMES MASON
OLYMPIC
LAST 2 Shows TO-DAY
4.30 and 8 15 p.m.
JOHNNY WEISSMULLER
In
"TAUAN THE APE MAN-
and
DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS'
Starring.....
RICHARD WIDMARK
Wed. a Thur. 4.30 a 8.15 p.m
Republic Whole Serial
ADVENTI'RES OF FRANK
AND JESSE JAMES''
Starring .
CLAYTON MOORE
GEORGE J. LEWIS
It's All Action.
GLOBE
TO-DAY 5 & 8.15 P.M. LAST SHOWS
'NO QUESTIONS ASKED"
Barry Arlene George Jean
SULLIVAN DALL MURPHY HAGEN
TO-MOHROW & THURSDAY 4.45 4 8 15 P.M
"HALLS OF MONTEZUMA"
RICHARD WIDMARK MARIAM MARSHALL
and
"LOVE LAUGHS AT
ANDY HARDY" '
;I Mickey Lewis
ROONEY STONE
H
Dorothy
FORD
JA.MiTTA DRESS SHOP
LOWER BROAD STREET
DRESSES a" m
ALSO
INEXPENSIVE LINGERIESUPS .............. A ti.II
BRIEFS S1.34 A 11.17
PANTIES ......... ILK
NU. II TIES ..... S4.H
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Th* VOOK may
Sfiistm it
hut th,.
STOVE
ntUHt Huh,- it.
Now in Slock- .
2 BUPNER GREEN ARROW OH STOVES
3 BURNER GREEN ARROW OIL STOVES
SINGLE BURNER BEATRICE OIL STOVES
PRIMUS PRESSURE STOVES
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PLANTATIONS LTD.


TIESDAY. OCTOBER IB. IM1
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
French Govt. Reviews Her Policies
German Unification,
Inflation Menacing
PACE THRKF.
THt- G> AM60 LS
)tfnt
Electors Hold
Political Meeting
By MIWAKII M KORRV
_ PARIS, Ocl. 15.
The French Government has begun a comprehensive
leview of Its domestic and foreign polities as a result of the-
possibility of German unification and the threat of ramp-
ant internal inflation. An increasingly pessimistic outlook
has taken hold of the right of centre Government whose
position is constantly In jeopardy as a result of internul
bickerings and threats from powerful extremes of the
Communists and supporters of General Charles De Gaulle.
The feeling is growing in ofnc-
ml circles Wat the Soviet Union
is serious about unifying Ger-
many. It Is felt that the *
may be willing even to relin-
quish, for the present, their hold
A big crowd attended the po- on East Germany if it will mean
litlcal meeting whi^h was held at the disruption of the Grand Alli-
Jones Land, Black Rock last ance of the West: the North At-
night. It was the Electors' Asso- lantic Treaty Organization.
* uS a' nw*,,n" '" support At the same time. Inflation
ot Mr. A. R. Tuppin and Ml undermining the French economy,
Jincent Grinlth. their candidates which until the outbreak ot the
. ,' ft" J' MS"*. '" Korean war and the resultant
the forthcoming General Elec- .oaring of raw materials, prices
"sat t.. .w L ^ had made an astonishing rei*o\ -
Head district for many year, and r Devaluation Rumours
therefore addressed those ores. ,***!** **"'"' o**"" "<
ent as his friends from Black ,ne Frencn Government g Rock. indirect support to the rumours
He explained the position be- which pushed the black market
Iwecn Mr. GrifTKlh and himself rate of the dollar here to the Iwo-
and told them that if they were y*r high of 4.45 that there mav
going lo give him a vole, they be devaluation.
must give one to Mr. Griffith also The finance Minister. Rene
as they were both members of Mayer, responded at a Prew Con-
the same party, the Electors' ference to correspondents' gun
Association. jes about ihe chances of dcvalu-
Ha said that during his last at ion ..ith this re Joiner. Tin
campaign he had always adopted Minister of Final
the policy of fighting within the tvo6 it. They will
ri^wthe^>be..^UIM"n0, **" """"^ " 1
He then went
r... .i-Wf
$6*
/M****
lltlpn to clrnnne lh*- system
front MiuhI inijutritira
impunin. in the nlond -nay eaeae rheamatic
ache* and pains, -.lift* and painful (obits,
bolt* pimples and common akin disorder*.
Clukr' Itl.-nd M Inure brio* lo pwrta")
the blood, cleanse* the system aad assist*
' In restoring good hsalih.
Clerk Claims Special SUEZ
- *aaa*a.Lf ... at
Damages from City Firm
front page 1.
"I>|il.....ii Kill.- 70
Three Witnesses Give Evidence
THREE WITNESSES gave evidence far plaintiff
Carter in the CarterJason Jones Common Picas suit
which was begun before the Hon. The Chief Judge. Sir
Allan Oily more yesterday Earl Cirter a clerk of Da
Costa or Co. Ltd., is claiming $1,044.48 special rjsj
besides other and more damages due to pain caused, incon-
venience, injuries and his health being affected after hfj
was struck by a puncheon on September 26 last year.
He wa-i on the wharf at the ------------------------ -----------
ime he waa injured and he is ._.
turning that the puncheon was M-M^m aafamaeaaaa aaf a-*, afai
>he Compr.n,'s nr II. agraf. or HdrOOlUr LlOf?
ZfFr d servant! and that they were
lllik^din. VOU4L''n "",' '"*'""' "Peetal lUTT Urartu, IN CARLISLE BAY
m to say that , *L, "" """V "nil the casr. 11 rontinuta today. ... _
during the Hood o( IMS. ,(,. '' E *> <"*'' ""^ V '< The il,.,-- l... have fc-- m3*uuSL **"*- ** "* *
bor Govsmment only .ranted f"*""', ' "n ""'* y evidence so far are Carter. "W KmStSTt^TSIZ D**w.S?S;
the people of Barbados (5,000, nf...1. ... coal question and ham K._ Atkinson, Director ot w s. Katnrw. so. Dor*, mc u*
TOKYO. Ocl 15.
.._uld go ahead without Egvp- I' .,s learned to-day that a
typhoon uiceel off the coast of
A highly placed source said Japan and killed an estimated to
If pr.vosals arc rejected, Ihe I" 0 person, nd battsw.1 a UJ
four powers arc determined navy Ir-,|- hip ,-rT Japan.
>u,r plan. Shall not be ham- Sr,'ps braved ses. In an
pcrssl. Ii Egypt or any othrr
but voted S20.0O0 for the ueoolc related matters were being de- Jason Jones fc Co., Ltd. and Dr. *""* .
-at a. .1 .T eals4eka4 nnni ha__asl at T e\ fm________. a j-. 1 ._____* ___._______ _______ UnnSrBVal
of J^lntigua during their disaster c',,'x, now hy N A.T.O. Commit- A. O. lx>aeoek who was surgeon
and later $15,000 to the people of 1rc meeting here to draw up a specialist at the Hospital at the
Jamaica, but there were many N.A.T.O. rearmament balance time Carter was treated there.
people here who nuffered an re- sheel. Carter s lawyers are Mr. E. K.
suit of the flood and had got The French position ha* be- *-,co1t-1.Kc ,"n'1 Ml- J s R
notKinK come precarious in a relatively Dc*r1- "'I wucltors are Measn.
He next touched on the cast ef shatt Mme. On the political side, Q^!lnlr05. SvTlh Ilr W W
living bonus for Civil 8ervantn fretirt forVign poJ,cv is based on T^L. ?nrt >i riJ^n*r nro
and ^id thht the supernumerary the dally fear of Soviet power X5."HiriiJJT .5* VS"nV
staff only got 10'i. He was how- i.nd traditional fear of the leblrth n0 ever certain that no member of of German power.
Government would In the past two years, and par-
< .11 (NMN '-

MM
HI I,uel
4.SB0
M-rlltini".
Iaa>
1>I I1HI.C, ll,-ll.
M V I-ft.
effort
, UM snlilii'is but were
county ,.!, .ny .tap. to pro- (OTiLj'S SSS^SmT
and Egypt ml^.t en ,hlP " "" *"* Mm
in drawing a parallel i I
events in Iran."
In Ixtndon authoiitalive
sources said in lh, Brltl
p-iint the four-powsr proposal*
(or the defence of the Ml Bast and the British proposal,
for the future status >f UM
Sudan, were not connecle*! in
liowtver. they said plans for
the working out of the Sudan's
future had been made known
lo and received "ubstantisl
i nt* trom France, the
t'nlted States und Turkey.
Proposals envisaged an Inter-
national Commission lo watch
over antl offet advlea on con-
stitutional developments In the
Sudan nnd It was reasnnnl."
to assume ihat III
Trance ami Turk
would lie Invited lo join
ronimtanon, Miurcet said,
r.r.
1 Co.
the L-abou
ha\-e asked for that
Kv Hence
use
ount for ticulsrlv "at the last mwitlng I if ^Before evidence was
the waterfront workers They the NATO Council m Ottawa, ^f0'!^ -lhC lur> f ,hp
France took the lead in the de-
dence which he was got
afiTSjU ". Western poiitlea, $"& ,h'eyC,^re
thOh, ., Sg.TaBa hWe .ro'niTh.'rinirea'^.'.esTo'r"""" IXV"t"' *~
oukl have asked for M*.
Mr. Toppin said that he wi
against age-grouping but
been compulsory education first
1 method of unloading puncheoi
fhonner Mar It
ml. C-m ***
.).-,.,i-- Dasiti
Clark., for llriiu/
SrhooiMr 1"
tOid Cai.1 OIItImi
going to Schooner Ratim
another c^hJ^V!,
Oatxins. lor TTinlahxi
il.-tl. Mi
the evi-
u H rtsal
lh.Hr Wnlfr T* M
M Brtllhl. Giimn..
11 inn* net. Cap'
H .ll.ieracy in any country was 71* ,LBJ L w ^~"' ^la" tr^^Mri^ ^her than the one Attach
worse than ciineer in an Individ- ,or lhe 5~"^g. WeW,m Kuro~ ?Mch w" '*" "* wl*n
Smith
I ,-
M
Dr. Jjjf^
ual. P*an industrial power, and the Carter was struck. This method.
Recently, the Chamber of Com- PUn t9,r *uroTMn army These he said, was comparatively ssfe a. c*-a*H. TJH ivns n
meree had taken up the uuestton two pla'"1 an*wpred the basic snd not the relic of barbarism ,is Dnpotu. for M..rnrqt.,
of having vocational and technical FrPnt"h demands for guarantee- the method then used r ,V ^;'t"v ilfL.
training for boys and girls and "gainst both Germany and the He said that when the work- ** "-*- v.fiu*i.
one would have thought that the U.S.S.R. mfl|> came nest lime lo do the rsBNuta,, wmv, a* tmi.
Ubour Governmant would have Soviet Gountermovc unloading they brought npw s toiovna on .im
introduced superannuation In the The Soviet counlermove the TL ..,.
Ihcy c'o,,ld lli-ome liiful elti 'JZ^n.^X,iS^\ '"?">"' ?'""> """>''' fVTK
rather than loafers. Everyone f*J" more frightening for_ France l50 after a puncheon had struck
could not be a doctor or a lawyer ' j P"slbility that, the Wosterr
and it v,:i- Ihe dulv of the Gov- defence line against the Soviet:
ernment lo sec that some teehnl- would be moved back from the 'as .1 third degree p,lf- fracture.
cal training wag provided for the Elbe to the Rhine, thus making Ty*^ was Injury to two bones
children France the first line of defence of , low." leg and eartt ankle
Referring 10 the laibour Party the West. I' waa dislocated He also had
he said thai he was not against it What would the European ','""' 'menial ligament to the
and added that Barbados was for- Armv he without r.rrmanv with. 1 ? 1""', "'Juries pro-
tunatr-in having one latbour .% ra!L ,Wn il g ".-*."-. W
Uiuon insteau of two or three. 11 Oc-niriin.'ii-l-i th.-. inflnxnttni f jj j
was a ,. ,hi .0 have a union *%% .^^'^^"p. *" '"
which would see into conditions
and wages of workers, etc., but
they should not mix politic-, with
the Labour Union as that was
where the mistake was made.
Mr. Toppm said that the Labour
Government had one interest at . from, page
500 U.N. SaUkm
Saxtl From Ship
TOKYO. Oct. IS.
The Navy attack transport
r s | i.eart* flymer. arrived
at .*b*Ui earlv on Tuesday with
about 100 UK. soldiers and 70
Japanese crewmen rescued fn-ni
i by a ty-
phoon
Sasln> naval hendqunrten dis-
cloeed .tt the mime Qfll
unint'liliiuil rneirliiint ship was
mining off southern Japan *
ch f< i it was to begin at dav-
ligM
NO C0NST1PATKM.
FOR 25 YEARS
-My hwhaaad laWcdaaia aw M
ALL BRAN .hortiy altar wa wan
married. I aaa il in rav laws ilia aa
wail a. for bnak. rl_Z.
fast. Tha result:
G^asiano.
Ava
_,. N. J.
One ii many unao-
liciUd Uutn /mm
ALL-BRAN infra.
I f you suffer from constipation due
to lick of dietary bulk, eat an
''" oumos (about M cup) of crispy
KeUoff^a ALL BltAN daily, drink
plenty of water. If no* satisfied
niter 10 days, return empty boi
(> Kallof C ol Gul B.ilti-. I'd..
M.-chwt*. Enjlsad.
i;*-t aouat-a tovs monit aacal
M
BREATHE
freely;..
/Ji/$aytof
QUICK AS A BUSAJHI
cay pockh-wanoy V* n Iib nh woj
Anvrmw vout iw*if lerts uif fVOm a cold, a wh.IT
ar two gives you cool, clear brenlhmg m*t4mU.
It's small but M**d 'th elTe.-tivr m--il mfdU
cation. So pleaunt I And Vkka hihskr is tare to
usr as often as you please.
VlCKS INHAIalU
%**
>
v
"* "- mu
ITS YOUR time-saving, bual.
nes-llfc(. way to travel. You Orrtve
rrWl Hrni i .'.,ted. ready for Msl-
neas hare more timo taer* Eae
*vork and u-iaxition
take less time away from
V youg own desk.
Vou're only n few comfortable
hours on the was to Toronto or
nrsmritah aboard a mighty 'North
Star skyiiner. with Its lounge-
hka atmosphere, attentive
TCA service.
* n coi.
Cor BCniTHAMI'TOF. Iltii
1tu>pr
T-yr CStnMr,
hi^ u" wJV ', l_j------. "1L~ T>"M" M *">*> H rum. He had Injuries to the f.min r. suut.an < -,
ight ankle nnd left knee. There iniu o ii..n,. Uihgsai
S...I.. Diirila,
HataM
Royalty
uovci ruin (ii n.iu one iriitrcsi an j_
r101"? Jl^l thTK^!!Jhl ui A11 MS Congresamo, have been
Trent people The cost of living ^cd wilh ih-.... W1V_
was going up and there was only F, Mi c-,,,, ,hmih it ! -, ,he lri k,0v- thst made u satis- -*.
could move from side to
i unnatural way.
Discharged
Plaster of Paris was applied to
l-nth legs. When he was dis-
charged, he waa still in plaster of
Paris. Il waa removed m
Deewnber 23 from the right leg
Il was removed from trie left
before.
With regard tn the
Cirmeiit W Alien. Altai
I. >-tla> Smith aria Daphne BaCthlla
for DOMsNIl'A Bclanllnt
K.1- MAHTINiqiiE Kml.i PBnAiaV.
Ihtiila. Imp.. Si ArttfP II,, i< ,e-
t~u-our, Normlr Hii>|h>in-La>raiir Ua
H.rtan M.I n.-.- r.-l-i..
SEA WELL
\'^u^'irz F=.^s.^ss*'
ttmaM
the colour bar and particularly
Washington.
hava no permanent disability on
ASJUt 4I.M B. B W I A ON
sAriaOAr and at \u\\
rw<*n THINIDAD C Mrf.
yrws. M Pr.rta, M (1_.k. K l^
DaSllva. C TtiniripatKt, : Tlboi
Thoma.. ft rrrsuaan. R WIIMrh,
mat Ifhiv M Pulvrr. V P.iler M
Roach. C Mohan*. M
Catr. S L* Chin. G Hars-
afr, M Cncglni. P TtHnprn
(i Timijm. S Tempro P
tcoun! of that injury. | ,'"A "m**! j "c'ata-an/ m"*s"\iA
With regard to the Pott's Annori. i
jn ,M5-Pre,k,e, Truman re- WTLVS SSWh, S SSKbttAaB
- s h^'S,^^,^,;^,!-^^m^ "m"""'s-u
ngton Hall for a concert. .thi-lfla ^tait.. *! ",-.'?"*'-." Piom vryrr.irr.1^ jr.,,. it m.,-
In 1948 she cancelled s Texas STO^.JW^^J*^ wouW tm, .ra n*
bs were
id "how;
Mr. Griffith and himself,
Mr
standing on the spot without
fear because he knew there was
not a single man or woman pres-
He tnded by asking the peopl
of the district to support him and
said that he knew the women
especially wen? going to vote for .,.._. ,.
... _.... -_. ...-------.. buked the Patlghtw.. m .^^ pormanent
In life il Barbara! Mns. IHark Br-ll. Ctirlli Hnvai
was pouibte lhat a form of *'" KttSf..,.<' ?"w M"ea
arthritis might arise which would _
t Iwtra'ittf. Mt-ur^oi "-TTTr " dUC to the Injurits to the bare (an>t Derodril ar.d GI.-U lf>ner
ent who could say anything with cunctrt oecauso Negroes were surface of the joint. ftom ram "i"> vi.h v,..
regard to his Character. He was nl allowed . ->he said "how- When he took off the plaster of blood **" vounii.i.o. swubrn u<
born and educated in Barbados n a person piy u see me per-rPatiB ln December he could not "Tg?.,,,,., -.,.-,.
i.nd they were looking for men of torm and then object *o sHUngf haVe gone back to work then. He "'""""t^J"
character and integrity to repre- next to a person who looks likejsaw him on March 23 when he r-t grx-nada j*..- Hop-
sent them. "* a On Page 5 *" tbinidaii n..,r>, t..
He said that the Labour Party Last year she was awarded.--------------------------Ef."*** J**: *; ElM"1"1 '* A
had two candidates running for *432.00 dn-nage^ .-.Kainst a Wash- In Touch With Bar bad 01 ""rT'dET^
ihe constituency of St. Michael ingt-m restaurant which .efused> r i2 "rMao*
nnd the Electors' Association or her a meal. A^id nowto meetV t-oagt Station gianw Pun.. ina> Kv>t>uuon jarvM
any other organisation was equally Princ-ss Rli2abe1h
entitled to run two candidates ton.
for the same constituency also, as
it was their constitutional privil-
esN which they claimed
You ihe electorate have the
verdict in your hands." he said
-After you have in mi ihe Iwn
candidates from the other side
and then the other two from this
side, tt is your duty to lay which
two would run lame first.
"Shooting Star
n Hji rfi-i
I S sW,
.l c
*>ainn. a a ___
S S. IrraaaHlal Char lot t*l awn.
"Atlantic Mar-nrr. 8 g. tsehSM.
------- WilforaJ. 81 HMfnt Leopard,' SB S>lvU !?. Mrr-I Bo.irn*. Martr,
EBlBtoa Tww. S S rtamlM. % S Suit- Sh-*ll. MIMa Or, iwlo, Smwla Pami
Tk S Oc^nn. .J r*,., M Seoh. C.H. rarn>a, _,:-,n r.m.
COPENHAGEN.
A gigantic "shooting star'' was'
bserved mer Dentnirk. Novrr
I feel that I have something meteorologists believe it may havej^J^^^J .
to oiler and that is the reason I. been a Russian rocket. It is be-Ls.f CalHtoe, a s Akoa pennsm. as
.-.m coming forward to offer my hrved to have dropped somewhere'i^".* s Aipn, s Hornt>i> s s
Ben'ices to the electors of tnia in DenmarK or evaporated be- AVnrara'*"........ "'*"' *
parish." forehand. i
r.f. Paiihru- r'.rtr John Fiwr-r Mar*
fi.xi.nin aiarinpr, a a. Hfi-tfia. a F*r, Ell Oaraon. Maria Chirrola hurt
tamo N.n-.im U DM a>xl S H LoMe M,< Aiaerl MofTt-tt
Hondivati. aflS LoU. S Are laghl. "* VZNXZUCLA Vabrl M .MS MallotF, K S AkM (llpaar. S a 7*o*l MrOlbbnii Dr Juli.i Abdala.
NoVTr-1' """" H 3 UrlUmawi, SB Ebmi Unity t'rejuhart, Carina I^nart. Umnr
DMihaajt. B S OulMMn. 8 Mllfonl Ijnafi. Cnatln l^un ana l-eonafa
JrwMI, I-.i#jii
lor ANTIOUA J>r-.n Ltlu-d. Dal*
nlaofi.^ Starr Jnaiah and Gf-rfaa
Sarah On
. r-.itae.
AREVOUA
DAUGHTER OF
THE MOON ?
Tharos ganeral bfii-
atara influence oui (at>
bout the moon and .:
woman haa periods saeh
month' of tweaty-eight dajs
And >U goat throagti maiiv
ahaiagta Just aa Un> m-.m *
Most |irla or women tnrjsr
suitar nermus trrhnbimy. teniw
motion*, ifrmnfe raattM* tael-
laga i-w dan joat i:r:
sufTer cramps, heads'tie or back-
ache during their periods due to
nuetaonal mooi
So If you nufTer thl* , start
) taking Lydia E Piuktii.-
inktiara's Oimpoi
i inothing. iiNnforting a
<)) of women motl imporfant
rvroamaworkiag throucli Vir
ayinpathetie nerroua svatvm
P.tiiham'i Compound noaw Mo
than reisiTe morthly pain
nl*> rallavsa pfa-paii-Kl nartou*.
w*s. rratlMa. hlghsiruns fat
lags o( this nature. tUguiar u
heipa build up reantanie agalmt
s-.tf n ttmoie distress
Truly fri* iranian'i frUni tar
duughtars of the e
EXPECTANT MOTHERS/
Make baby strong-so he can be
an Important future citizen
You Mtd sort AAD V.
rM hafcr atroag doom Mid Kurd' body-MM to ii*
Ldp build (Our awi kimiM ad mcigy So tssa ^
Scotl'i Fmultioa rfgularlr Saa how mini Wom
paw M all dwriiig aspenaaep.
mere than |utf a fault-
Irs rowmriA mouiijhmin?
Scon's Erauhloa U i
'-oic. rich ia tiiunl AaUl
\,uamios. a wooderful help wbra .
you need il It's acoaoadcaJ. good- I
uatiag.
H* SCOTTS EMULSION
HtGM tNCR&f- FOOD TONIC
y rl iKa cup holdi CKoh &
Sonborn. For hera't coHa. as CCnfet
vld be-rkh. rvsorty, and ta'it
lying. Jt miff Ihot inviUng
. . than iip thot heavenly coffee
rVovof. Thofi rsaf ceffaal
Aib far Chow & Sarraem lwar|


r u.i i hi i:
It \KHAIM)S AllVOt ATT.
hi i)AV. << tOBBB ii
BARBADOS jMjm'OOAU
rihW k> is* UimN ( I < Btm4 l. art*atan
(hl.tlwr It LM1
MIIMII CHANGE.
THE appointment >( Mr. Rawle Jordan.
MA. Nmi C (irena.la Boys'
Schi rated post of Chief
Inspector ul Schools in this Island :., test
first st( i' in a welcome sines of changes
needed to bring some iinprnvvmem in the
educa t iopgi. system.
For maS^rears there were two Inspec-
tors <>i Srheils in Barbados but this was
cham:l when the administration of the
hi was taken from a Board and the
Department supervised by a Director of
Education. The staff was then made to
include besides the Director, an Assistant
and three Inspectors, but instead of re-
cruiting specialists for the posts or select-
ing young men anil having than trained,
the Government continued in the old
ways. Th" Education Board had instituted
The system of appointing headmasters of
Elementary Schools to the Inspectorate.
The serious disadvantages of the policy
were realised when it was pointed out that
the Inspectorate should be called upon
occasionally to inspect the secondary
schools.
The enormous difficult) experienced in
the administration of the system was em-
phasised by the introduction of age-
grouping in the elementary schools and
further by the addition of foreign lan-
guages in their curriculum. The Director
himself m a recent interview published in
the Press pointed out that the shortened
staff of the Inspectorate did not allow
adequate supervision of the work done in
the schools and this was to be regretted.
The appointment of a university gradu-
ate, a holder of the Teacher's Diploma and
a Barbadian conversant with the needs
and ambitions of Barbadians will do
much to remove many of the anomalies.
In the tirst place there will be two gradu-
ates and the inspection of secondary
schools should now present no difficulty;
and the presence on the staff of a specialist
holding the much coveted Diploma and
himself a teacher who has served in other
West Indian colonies should not only im-
prove Xhft standard of the Inspectorate
but should give greater conlldence to the
teachers who now look with suspicion on
the value of the innovations being made.
The teachers of the elementary schools
are a hard working lot whose energies if
properly fllrected, can contribute more
than any other to the future welfare of
the pexiplc.ul this island.
Th* raUte too. of a strong inspectorate
is not readily appreciated. The work done
by the teacher is largely guided and
checked by the inspector whose brilliance
or incompetence for the post can make or
mar as.far as the success of the school goes.
In England there is a body known
His Majesty's Inspectors carefully screen-
ed from trie best of the teaching profes-
sion and whose memoranda and reports
form the basis of the methods of adminis-
tering the educational system. Men in
their prime and vigour of life with the
highest academic and intellectual attain-
ments and wide experience are selected
for posts in educational circles. In this
island where there has always been a high
standard of education, whore the reading
public outnumber that of any other West
Indian colnny. where secondary educa-
tion judged by the Oxford aod. Cambridge
examination standards, is as high as any-
other in the British Colonial Empire, there
is a strong necessity to maintain those
standards by keeping in office only those
who prove that they can measure UP to
the desired requirementa.
Barbados now spends nearly one-lift h of ,
her revenue on education and it is requi-
site that the returns should be in keeping
with this volume of expenditure. The in-
spectors of schools are those to whom it is
entrusted to see that the work is done
according to the policy laid down and that
the population get the benefit of that
work. This can only be done by trained,
competent men.
Iff
Loved l-ini|>ir'
LONDON*
MEN and WOltttB horn Hastings who
wish to emigrate to Commonwealth Coun-
tries are eligible for free passages and
assistance grants uniiti uie wtU ul a man
years ago. '
Alder ma a Bee Harry Went Ti.-e, four
times Mayor of iiasUngs. who oied in
.lamiaj: Bli. had a iireai
tion *s*<4fc* %itijst Empire and all its
associations.
His wilLUsklJ* down that any Hastings
persons wmrnved in the town in or before
1880, or any descendants, could claim a
substantial grant to help them emigrate to
any of the Dominions.
The late alderman's legal representa-
tives said that the trustees of the bequest
were now inviting applications from in-
tending emigrants.
n had delayed the
.ul, hut ample funds were
available.
Twelve appliCJ idy been
received.
LI H
On One Side
British Defence
Scientists Still
Work Frantically
For Results
On the Others-
HE WAL
m
SILENCE
AiiM'i-iruns Have Locked Up The
WASHINGTON.
Mfiiii.ii eacra wcapoi
Mq .-uea at two didcren
' i s In In. ii (Lids, the wel-
i'v received could hard)
nave been in sharper contrail.
i No. I was Dr. Da'
Henderson, Jovial, burly 'boas
Britain's giant germ-warfare sta-
I'Hi. mi Salisbury Plain.'
i "'ji ion
InK American cuunterp.H
:n Maryland,
crct labor.itu'. m
I >i him U, bi
Answer*
CHAPMAN !'|V( HER
I, from the topmost atom
hlcf to the youngest army subal-
i, can be called to account tor
actions before a Senate com-
mittee
Whether he Ii guilty or not. ha
badly branded by accu-
prawl-** nations, against which he hit* no
redrew, that bta career may be
. ruined. The result l.s that at every
levtl everybody plays safe
HETKAYAL
Nothing can Ik done to restart
was shown the latest cxperlmen- .. hoHUn/ ca" * do,lc * *
Se. re. (iU-s were ,he ^nB&:^?.er Z*"" P"2~
---" nershlp until Congrats hi.* .irm-nd-
.
No. 2 was Sn John
Cockcrofl, famous chief of the
.....'. b station.
Wat ti bi arrlvad at I
i.cent Ar-
gonnc tttbotdtory sited In fores
nershlp until Congrats
ed the U.S. atom law. And nobody
is willing to risk being associated
with an amendment that may be
thrown out by Congress because
.t Is bad security.
An amendment was scheduled to
be put to Congress early last year.
nal fAsraHP, l' *a The discovery that Fuchs hid
*g>uly excluded from every de- given bomb secrets to Russia
Panmant working on secret wrecked it
weapons. When Britain's American well-
The -.ncnusU who met him bad wishers were ready to broach the
kred to show him no subject again, Pontecorvo dlsap-
t documents.
POLICY
Official reasoning behind this
. RUon was simple:
I'm Britain ore doing so well In
germ-warfare research that they
plenty to offer In return for
peared. Then. Just when they felt
that public resentment of this se-
curity breach had subsided, the
twu diplomats Burgess and Ma-
clean vanl
"ll almost seems as if the Bus-
duns ilc llberately organised the
if Pontecorvo and
" dluDDearance nf Pom
[n atomic energy ,ncdl[,iomats to wreck the chances
psjteatlj liehlnd that ,(f An*lo-American co-operation,"
ID) iniRhanSja would Ih" almost a ti s Iecuritv man told me
enUrdsJ " i How deep this fear of Congress
..If the defence-research penetrate* was vividly brought
ypcri I have met here in Wash- ou| bv m uu, I had with a U.S.
sn ..ugly opposed to this navol commander who is involved
policy. in a guided missiles project.
Thiy think tt craiy to force -jf i hand a secret document ;o
Britain to duplicate work which a British representative, and In-
ihe Americans did five years ago formation from it eventually leaks,
wIMi thcr projects for the i mjy one day be labelled as a
common defence are held up for Communist by Senator McCarthy."
lack of scientific manpower. But he said.
they reel they can do nothing "if I fail to piss it on all I risk
bout it for two reasons. is a mild rebuke from my chief,
The tirst reason Is surprising, who then automatically takes re-
of the most influential U-S. spinslbihty If anything goes
lit chief) real that Britain is wrong. So I play safe and sit
too \ Hint-ruble to invasion to be on the documents '
used as a store-house for atomic It is just at these medium levels
"know-how" which an invader that liaison should be perfect.
Mid t It was Ihis reasoning which made by top men can be complete-
made the Americans end the war- ly nullified if surjordinaWa do
time atom partnership in 1948- nothing. That to exactly what u
long before any serious atom happening now in the vital Held
t* t*k. had been d.scov- of "'^^g^p
There has been virtually no Britain and America started n
of information since lull w u king partnership in rocket
ha* boon told no- detafll Ol research after the war. 1
he

Tag H
i Ol
Than
ho their
.de-powered submarine. Americans abruptly ended it in
" bombs, or the 1W7. following Britajn's ih> ul now in production, to join with the Australians in
I.-t'AR building 50.000,000 rocket
md rtason Is widespread ran*, Because American de-
, by Congrw^. " ,. i
ire lavesssl noisy scnat<)rs
not trust Britain. And
fence ibiefs fe;ir there is too
! nist activity In Australia.
The partnership was restarted
Then, early last year, a special
ml BrtlBO Pontecorvo.
Under the American system any
mission headed by General a>tr
Ceraild Templer brought off
i rilllant dip:<4nallc coup
\\ashingto:i. Thej- got the Ameri-
cans to sign an agreement which
j crmltted Information to b*
passed to Australia.
That agreement is still in force
But it la not working. Acting
the safety-first principle, US
officials are failing to hand ovei
l. Ilntish representatives In
Washington when they are told t
will be passed to Australia.
The feellntri towards Britain "
the thousands of officials In th
Pentagon Washington's huge
we-slded Houae o Brae**'fluc-
tuate as different men are ap-
pointed to posui there.
Now the ftcllng among the US
Air Force officials seems to b.
strongly pro-British. But amot>
the Navy men there is reluctant.
to co-operate with the Admi.il:
en secret work.
This Is serious for both sides.
There should, for instance, be th-
fullest partnership to defeat thi
Russian mines which have prove
far more effective in use off Kore
than the Americans expected.
RESULTS
The only certain way to re-
establish full working partnershii
with America on defence re
search is to pay oui way wit)
hard results Britain must maki
the partnership such a sount
business proposition that no sena
tor can safely criticise it.
There re hopeful signs that i
may be able to achieve llm
Washington experts have byi
greatly Impressed by the lales
results of the British guided m(s-
tle experiments. Our new Jet
planes are so good that the
Americans are Hiving us the
lataet tindir.gs from their experi-
mental flights at 1.500 miles an
hour.
Mr. George Edwards designer
of the new Vlckera four-Jet
Valiant bomber, was given
IhC VS. Air Force, General
Hoyt Vandenberg. in Washing-
ton last week.
General VnndCnberg was
tremendously impressed by the
Valiant when he saw It In flight
in Britain three months ago.
Even In the floundering atomic
energy project there is a glimmer
of hope,
-We are satisfied that Britain
now has tome atomic Information
which would help us." said Gor-
don Dnm, chief of America's atom
project, as we talked In his pala-
tial headquarters here.
DOtalmg results from the de-
fence laboratories will not be
enough to dispel the exaggerated
(ear of Britain's vulnerability.
Britain must also strengthen
her operattaasl defences.
Brilliant aircraft research will
impress the U.S. scientists. But
only the presence of our new air-
planes In strength on the R^.F.'s
airfields will satisfy the doubting
U S. Service chiefs and senators.
L.E.S.
Oar Readers Say
Uttle Theatre
To The Editor. Tne Adttocfltc
Silt,Your reporter who inler-
lewed me over the telephone and
wiole the result In Fridays
Advoeate (Little Theatre would be
ll.g Help) has misunderstood
. of die remarks I made
Please allow me to make correc-
tions of what has been reported.
I said that probably the theatre
would be governed b^ on advisory
body representative of all sections
of the community, and that B
would be desirable to have a pro-
ftsstonal paoducer In charge of
ih#'theatre.
| navel mentioned ballet classes
l tii. but said that if there
as a professional producer he
ii the children from the
hools and produce their plays.
With the exception of the
Efnnire Theatre there Vt no Cinema
with a stege. therefore I did not
mention anything about scenery
write* nold to be of minor con-
sideration
No doubt the telephone waa
e f..r misreporting anl
I am grateful to him for the add-
,i paMlelty weiich he has given
.. our theatre project.
.! | like this opportunity of
sklni iK-ople to reply to our ques-
tionnaire- ir the public will only
support Ul we shall get our little

GOLDE WHITE.
H"""rv Secretary.
Theatre Project Committee.
anxiety to the Managers to see tlw
f'ibrir deteriorating, whilst then
Other School, at Carrington's VlU-
affo. continued to receive grants
for repairs. When almost overnight
the Church Village School Build-
ing was dotaicd unsafe by the
Colonial Engineer, (he was right),
and the children were moved
away. I c*td my best to see that
the fabric should be properly re-
stored, and opened again as an
Elementary School. Reference to
the tetter file* at Rishopscourt und
the Deanery will bear me out.
In the end I was given to un-
derstand that a proper sum for the
repair of the School Building*
would be included in the next
Estimates by the Director of Edu-
cation, nnd that the School would
eventually be reopened, probably
an a Junior School.
This was about two yean ago,
and tne Building remain* imply
ii'id unrepaired. When the present
Bishop became Dean he also took
ur this matter with the Author.
Hies, and did his best to have th"
School restored and reopened, but
with no better sucees*.
I am. Sir.
Your Obedient Servant.
II J Hl'TCHINSON.
Archdei>c<"i of Barbados.
on several occasions and spoke K
those in chsrgc of the Barbadoi
and British Gulona stands, whlct
exhibited large and small contain-
ers of RUM, at least so the peopl*
thought, until they asked if they
could sample it. when they wen
informed that the English Custom
would not permit samples of RUM
for free distribution at the 'B.I.F.
Apart from the English marke'
there are thousands of buyers fron
all over the world, but how an
ihey to discover the difference be-
tween the RUM sold on the Eng-
lish market, and good BARBADO!
RUM.
Yours truly,
J. H. O'DOWD BGAN.
13th Oct 1091.
7*.
Church Village
School
To flie Editor, the Adrocflfr.
SIi; -My attention has been
drawn to your article In last Sun-
di)'s Advocate' where it men-
tions the closing of the (hurch
s.-nool. You state correct-
U goal 'his was done "without
of public protest." I*st
it therefore be assumed that no
all W*J made, nnd lh:it
nothing was done in other dlrec-
ive the School. I feel
to state some facts.
During the time that I held the
Office of Dean. I and the School
Bbload to obtain a grant
r,>; he necessary repairs to the
VLuagl School, although
in our estimates every
year The Schi-il Building, In-
church property
It by means of
llectlons and the gift*

..s a continual source of
Crifptt WaOu
l'.. rju r;di|or. The Advocate
SIH -Betlve it or not. there
ii a God. Last night at the Market
Square, Grenvihe. I go** with m>
own eyes, a cripple man who I
know was" crippled and a*, he
stated, f >r 12 yean, and jnothci
man. who wu crippled for nve
wars got up in the midst of about
two thousand people and walked
without assistance by the miracu-
lous process of divine evidence.
The preacher. Sam MMhura, an
Indian of Trinidad now campaign-
ing here was responsible for this
divine healtag,
He has fnttma'ed to me that he
hope to visit Barbados to carry
on his missionary work.
Yours *inc-relv.
JAMES BABB.
OranetUi
Grenada.
3rd October. 1951.
n,- Advocate
SIR.Your leidlng arlcle In
today's issue reveal' mil
nf interest tn th.
munlty.
I personally visited the 'B.I.F.'
A Sorry Plight
To the Editor. The Advocate
SIR,Your Leader-writer de-
serves the thanks of the enlin
community for so persistent):
calling attention to the grav<
pUdit of otir educational tyatan
We, the nwmbers of the public.
must sec to it that his words not fall on stony ground.
The holding of a Press Con
ference by the Director of Edu-
cation was In keeping with th.
best tradition of British dlplo
macy and was calculated to dis-
arm the opposition or to draw
away fire. The leaders In th*
Advocate qavc been most re
assuring to those members of th<
public who arw viewing with
alarm the steady deterioration o'
our educational systemonce the
pride and envy of the entire
Caribbean.
Immediately after his return
from the U.K. the Director
startled the whole island b\
asserting mat he was tmprcsset.
by the work being done In oui
elementary schools. That remark-
able statement showed us quite
clearly what likelihood there was
of any voluntary reform comlnt
from that quarter. Then a week,
later at hlb Press Conference. h<
climbed do#n a bit, admitted tha*
all was not well and tried to lay
the blame on the buildings and on
teaching conditions. Yet In spite
of these renditions he introduced
his Uncommon Course which re-
quired teachers with no know-
ledge of these subjects 09 learh
Spanish. Latin along with Mathe-
matics and General Science to
srhe ire unfamiliar with
the rudiments of their own lan-
ma**i
MERCITRR'S.
ELECTION NOTEBOOK
(By D. T. ROBKRTS)
LONDON. Oct. 5
THE LABOUR PARTY has come back
from its Conference at Scarborough a good
deal more confident that it con make a fight
of the election. Clement Attlec seems to be
.supremely confident 'hat he can "Do-a-Tru-
man"that is. defy all predictions and come
back to power with the support of those who
like the little man who is safe. Mr. Truman
won the Presidential elections of l4o by
travelling the country in a train; Mr. Attlee
plans to travel this smaller country in his
homely car with his wife at the wheel
There is one big difference between Mr.
Truman's campaign that other October and
Mr. Ait lee's appeal today. It is a difference
that they would rather forget, in Transport
House, the headquarters of the Labour
Party. Winston Churchill b by no means
Tom Dewey.
The Labour Parly Headquarters are situ-
ated in a quiet square, half a mile from the
Homes of Parliament. A building tall by
London standards, (seven floors), was erect-
ed by the Transport and General Workers'
Union 25 years ago an achievement of I
Ernie Bevan. Symbolically the Labour Party
bee always lived more or less on the "ser-
vants' stairs" of this building. The front
rooms, witii carpeted offices and wide win-
dows. ar occupied by the Trade Union
chiefs, (of the Trades Union Congress). The '
Labour Party is a poor relation, with its
office workers crowded into small rooms
with bare floors, unpainted furniture, aus-1
terity fittings. This reflects the actual politi-
cal situation in Britain. The millions-strong
Trade Unions are affiliated to the Labour ]
Party and give the Labour Party its main
inancial backing. They pay the piper and
?xpect to call the tune.
This little picture of Transport House
livided between Trade Union chiefs in the
front, and Labour Party functionaries be-
tiiid. may explain some of the political events
>f the last week. At the Labour Party
Conference the "constituency parties" have
he right to elect seven out of the 27 members
>f the labour Executive. These constitu-
ency parties are the rank and file of the
-political movement ihey are the active
nembers of the party. The results of the
/ote were a powerful victory for Aneurin
Seven. Now it has always happened that
these constituency parties have chosen
members of the executive a good way to the
'left". They chose Harold Laski, the Marx-
st theoretician, and Sir Stafford Cripps just
fter he had been in trouble for allying him-
wlf with Communists. But there is a differ-
,'nce about the revolt of the party in choosing
Aneurin Bevan as their favourite spokesman
-in the Executive. For Aneurin Bevan is nn
utside intellectual; he is a trade unionist,
in obvious aspirant to the leadership of the
party in a few years' time, and a man of
action as much as of words.
So the tail may begin to wag the dog I
In Transport House there is not nearly so
much nervousness as at Conservative Head-
quarters. Since almost all the betting is on
a Conservative victory this may be surpris-
ing, on the face of it. But there is another '
way of looking at it.
For the Conservatives, defeat in this elec- i
tion would be the end of everything. The
British Conservative Party could hardly hold I
up its head again. S'o they are nervous of j
unexpected defeatthe dreadful fate of the
Republican Party. At the same time, the I
leaders are nervous of victory. Would not
,'ou be if you had to form a government in
Britain at the end of the month ? Fuel ]
crisis . dollar crisis . rising prices . j
waye demands . foreign policy decisions;
. high hopes and hard times.
Contrast the Labour Party : if it wins by
some quirk of public favour, then it can hold
power for five years and hope to emerge into
i post-rearmament era of better times.
And if it loses : Opposition does not look I
too bleak. Particularly, it does not Icok so
bad to Aneurin Bevan. Time could bring the
Labour Party a new programme, a new
fJM of purpose, another chance to push
over a good cause on the electorate.
So there is a nice relaxed mood around
Transport House and the only anxious figure
of importance is Mr. Michael Young, the
Research Secretary of the Labour Party.
who has been carrying his researches to
Australia and New Zealand. There he db-
rovcred that the Conservative Governments
that have taken over from Socialism are not
so easily defeated, Ihey have not dismantled
the social service system. According to his
report they have made attacks on civil lib-
erties In a telling phrase Mr. Young warn*
British socialists who may say that the North
Star sheds a different light to the Southern
The Red Star, he reminds them,
> him s on both hemispheres.
This reminder is, perhaps, needed. Because
Communism is a force that might easily be
forgotten in this British election. The Com-
munist Party has shrunk to a small rem-
nant, supporting no more than a dozen can-'
didates. It is insignificant in home politics
and neither of the major parties wants to
talk too much of the problems of Communism
nn the international m
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Tt'EM>-AY. "MIOBKR 16.1151
IIAKMAOOS ADVOCATE
HACK FIVE
Turbo Jet Aircraft Are Practical
CVealth Aviation
Experts Conclude
WING COMMANDER L. A EGGLESF1ELD. Director
Leneral of Civil Aviation, has just returned from attend-
ing a Commonwealth Meeting held in London to discuss
problems likely to arise in the operation of Gas Turbine
Engine Aircraft.
< inniiiWM \iiii DELEGATES
Ki-^'ifTt.1?? si*" 0P*ned bv Slr Arnold Overton.
~. .";, ; l>-t-M.O.. Permanent Secretai-v tu Hie Ministrv of
Civil Aviation.
Aft" "}" fl session, the ihe moil import int features fram
ctainuanship y undertaken by ihe point ol view of paaenfer
MV ar"h"1 Slr ^*d<-"ck comfort over long ouhuTV >
J?\Wo"r?B,l:-.KCB' CU0 ""'b-been endorsed by a num-
JmS?'. ,1 Aeronautical Ad- Der of experienced air Irav,,;,,,
.., "" M"""ry ' C""' * bave IW on ome of the
.' Comet's Ions ranie proving fli(ht<.
ru. ild uut Ihe Conference Ihese have all rema.k.-d
as attended by deleiules repre- thine thev noticed ran a thai
jontin, Australia. Canada. India. Ihcv reached the end ot l> I
w a^aland. Pakistan. SouUi journey leelmii ah
id ihe Colonial Terrl- and atlnbuted it lUBOsI
Little Noise
Afi
lories. II lasted for two weeks to Ihe absence of vibration/
during which 21 papers covering Wing Commander egglesflelrl
all aspects or let operations and went on to say
requirements were read and dis-
cussed. Visits were rn.de to
various firms manutacjuring At 32.000 leet we cruised
special radio aids and equipment, effortlessly al nearly 500 mile*
and demonstration flight, weie per hour for about half an hour
undertaken in several aircraft before .omin.ming a "power de-
Qtted wuh apecu.1 eaulpment as scent" bock to London airport,
well as in the De Havllland Cornel The approach and landing was
and Vickers-Viscounl. absolutely normal and altogether,
p apart from Ihe evidence from the
rraetlcal Data cixkpil instruments as lo the
"One of the moat impressive height we had reached and the
features of the Conference was ths speed at which w. had been fly-
amount of practical data that wai Ing. there wan nothing to give
produced regarding the opera- one the impression lhat one had
tlonal requirements of turbo jet been on anything other than a
and turbo propeller aircraft, for normal flight from Barbados 10
the Comet and Viscount are the Trinidad In a Viking, except, as
only aircraft of these types which I have said, for the complete ab-
liave been operating under sence of noise and vlbra'ion.
ordinary commercial conditions. The fllghl in the Viscount was
entering and leaving busy air- very similar except that we did
ports in company with numbers not go to such a great height and.
of piston engines aircraft and of course, the aircraft was not
flying over routes using standard as fast as the Comet, but igain
communication facilities and navl- the absence of noise and vibru-
lulmnal aids. Unquestionably this ttnn wer.' the most impressive
experience is maintaining the lead features,
that Great Britain has taken In
Revolutionary
Clerk Claims Special
Damages from City Firm
t'rum rr 3
TV '> 'tpRnnine 01 pa n in
Ihf 1*11. .ukle v ilth Hill
-\.i.ll*n.
C Il 1 . Mil .or lainly had
i and iti. ,r,, ,.|. M
II,r inji" to Mm iKhl knee
muj h.i. . MM pain.
Tu Mi cross-examlna-
confliient that these two
ircrafl will revolutionise
the development and operntion of
i-ommcrcinl (as Turbine aircraft.
The principal conclusions reach-
ed by the Conference were that
both turbo Jet and the turbo alr lr*n*Prt and improve the
propeller aircraft can be operated *'and*irl of relaxation and com-
without undue difficulty nt the ton ?or Jf10 P*senger beyond,
present time using existing faclll- ">'*"** ln' has been hoped for
ties. However, as greater number hweiofnTf
come into service, It will un- Mucn experimental work re-
doubtedly be necessary to im- maln? ** prove and speed up the svstcm cularlv '" " to fuel eonaump-
by which aircraft traffic is con- ,'on but w* *> k"ow now thai
trolled at busy air Holds ,n,'lr operation presents no ex-
ceptional problem and the future
Kadar Aids is ver> promising.
It was also clear that to obtain ..."'. "inn** -y when we are
De'efRtea from th "onunonv-calta attending th
gM I London from Beptember October 1961
Ufo. j u: ik.. .n en a d n tlon fliht tn In* Dw HavlUsud Comet
Bccond from the left in overcoat Is Lord Ogmore, Minister of Civil
Aviation, while on the extreme right la Btr Arnold Overton. Permanent
Secretary lo the Mlnl.ter of Civil Aviation At the top of the gangway
with hat in nsno ana wearing overcoat Lh Wing Commander fa A Eggle*-
field. Director General of Civil Aviation In the Caribbean.
Fight Lusts Lumber Arrives
19 Seconds FromUS-Canada
J. Zr .Ot^V/tvlAo la-um- supplies of Hour, n-
of
TWO J l l I in n iiv and
right cross to the head
Young Parola was enoutfl
knock him
Young San
Club on Thursday night, it took ffontrealV Among
19 seconds in Ihe first Of ten Bne landed here
Id, be was trying to
migxcKi that there was a small
UajaaC) to ihe bearing surface of
nght not
Hv trouble at present. but
!gM i .in; ... wool --lit
ik kly That would de-
lOd no: only on pai H
no '"it the iiiiiYivni< m Um
.if the joint surface
.9 of an inch would
-ause thai trouble In g>
Smonlhne>%s Diiturbed
There was disturbance of the
amoothnttu at preaent, but it
>vi ilii take aometime bwCorg ont
...... tell whether II would give
rise t > tanmble One could only
Fay at prerent that il was likely
t<> ffvt iiiiuiilc. it inight take
furs to develop. It might take
abn..... (bur years. II might not
dWvlop *\ all.
He was discharged from the
Hospital on October 17. hut he saw
(">i in March after that.
William Atkinson, g director ot
Jammi Jor.es It Co, Ltd.. a com-
whlch ships sugar and
molasses, said that on September
ting on the opar- "1 they Wfw shltiping molaaaes
They Wwlw using two lorries, one
M-798 and another the number
of whltfl he could nt remrmbei
They started about 730 .m
Later In ihe morninp he got a
taftaVhorM message and went
down to the wharf m oonnoetlon
vvtth the lorry M-TM.
It wan customary to run the
Sunchcoii, off lorries on skids
ags filled with shavings or Ihe
Hke would be placed at the
Sc'lom. Puncheons were let
k>v.n either by a rope being
lung around them and allowing
and lumber arrived in thorn to go half way down the
from Ihe U.S. and Can- skids or two men would stand
iships calling here ,*, either side of the skids and
Kuide it half way down the skids
S.S. Alcoa i.nd then lei them go.
Force of i. X Checked
When puncheons got at the
thei
Vofleat,
HO tapptvorms.
round- lo end the flgh
Uarb.id
ada by
'cr the week-end
old when he oppoicd pojnJ.,- o:ought0niB3.310 feet of
Hiynes at the Belfast y|ne lumbcr ^rom Sl John mn **"*- bofiowa, :he"bngs sto^pcHl ...
I ',|1'1 ", S -r.H- -r..- would IS.cn Ink.- ,\ .111.1
the most economical use of these
likelv to see i
of these types
aircraft, improved radar sys- "i Ihe West Indies. I pressed
terns and radar navigational c** strongly as I could to the
aids giving accurate position Chairman of B.O.A.C., and ihe
Indication will be necessary, Ministrv of Civil Aviation, but wo
and a considerable expansion in ire a ,on* W8V from th<* home
the meteorological network for h* of th**e Ircraft and there
accurate forecasts of winds and would be many difficulties In
temperatures at heights up to operating them out here, pnrticu-
put it in position.
To Mr. Reece he said that the
bags were placed there to prevent
it- puncheons from bursting and
i keep down the momentum
There was always a man placett
10 cut ofl the momentum!
This method of unloading with
the skids was going on even be-
fore he came Inlo the business
.uid fie was In the business 39
30,000 feet will be essential.
The delegation were given
demonstration nights in the De
Havllland Comet which is fitted
arly in the Initial slage
"While in England, I also at-
tended the annual dlspl iy
iiavin.inu toniei wnicn is mica t.,._Ke>a ...i, i ,__ c- li-i -
mute-, and later across the Atlan-
the Vicken-Valiant, a four Jet <
U7nd The' VcKer.^l.'ecum'm: ^J??'V,,S,t '" "'"""I
UHl with (our turbo propeller en- e,uXl ta*i^ al^rar, Tf,
Klnel desKned lor medium ranje Z"J,'% ilk, nuM,, L ,K
operations, and particularly suil- %$!& ?',i,""h"i "^
"S&ZSrJSr* ""X "' ^" no'Je'rVor^nee flares
and European eltles hnvr y(,. bMn dlvulBdi bu, wn.h
* l,.,-.i, flew so fast past the enclosures.
Comet Imprnslve , wa, wt and mos, ,
The flight In the Comet was o' sight before you heard the
most impressive. The take off was "">*" of Its approach:
quite normal, and as soon as the ^_^_^_^_
goods, wooden barrels, pickled
. meals, oats, tobacco, 2,109 bagi
p I.EVEN horse-drawn carls , flour s00 B1|cl(, o( ,.rnmcul
aw from this parish journeyed ;md 135 sacks of feed
to St. Joseph on Friday last and Part of Ihe Pointers cargo
again yesterday and returned came from Halifax. Three Rlveri
with breadfruits. Some or ihe a.t.al Quene \
cart owners, exchanged Indian- from New York, the SaS.
com for breodfniils In St. Joseph. Ocean Ranger H.J80 tonal arriv-
ed wlt>) 2.1011 bags of Hour along
THK CMCKKT game between with moderate supplies of bal-
Cambridge C.C.. and Bel- tenes. advertising material.
mont C.C. of SI Joseph and St. Jtult. clothing. I ibricatlng A nchTO 1, wMh m.
Philip respectively was abandon- on "no pixi"'i "'" a. taaaea conu.lus about 110 gallons,
ed without a ball being bowled. _" M. f"'^ "'rnadotte , ,, , ,
The Belmont team wa, in.lnlc ed J? -ij"""', ?W.,,,| 71 P""' ""> " " "' " "W
not to oppo. Cambridge by the J ^onSieaMo the amoSS '.' l'| """' SffiiS
SeereUry of the B.C.L. mUa, ,nr,v, bv Po,n,l hand. even, two men could bring
VISITORS to the Crane be.eh and Ocean Range, The Item,, -T. Ihe.,,, ,,gh, down
V Friday found the seas ?^",,r,?cP'aml EnCr'S
very choppy and uninviilna They '^'loaded at New Orient
could nol enjoy a long swim, but M(Jjllp n,, jmalca
they conlented themselves with a The Folks Bcrnadotte and tl
dip. Pointer are consigned to Messrs.
epiE MAJORrrV o, wo, k ,o 0, g^jft^^
nobody was rolling It. After h
was struck he saw a lorry there
but at the lime he could nol tell
whose lorry It was.
He was lifted up and carried
into the warehouse and tton
there he was taken to the hospi-
tal. He stayed there three
weeks. He was put into plastei
of Parts He had to attend the
Hospital after he was discharged
He went back within three week-
when Ihe plaster of Fan- >>a"
k.-i. .ill Khe right leg and an
X-ray was lakrn. Mr Leacoc*
told him that he was not Miafleri
and he would have to have an-.
I put on. Mr. U.it.H.
sjavg Inn; a walking east. Fnui
weeks after II was taken off.
"When going up or down:
stairs." he said. I till have to
put my right heel on ".e ground
first before putting the whole
foot on the ground."
Numbness
11. aaid ih.it when he *tt
laken to the Hospital he had lo l-c
given morphine and he felt a sort1
Of numbness. He said fihat there i
uas much pain before that ami
then 11 began lo grow less.
He then listed the Hems wlmh
''.lulled Ihe special damages Fm
Ibtspital treatment it wax S10O.S0.< ,
N-iiiv exumlnntlnns ISS.OO: elee- ,
tilcal treatment S10.SO; conve>-
ance W.00; repairs to spectacles
$*oo. miscellaneous items Sin no
.....trousers 122.00; doctor's fee-
KA2.30: and overtime fees loai
77968.
t1m "' ertime would be go'
when boats came In and there
wok.
Under miscellaneous came sticl
ivw as walking sticks, and llpf
to neonle who al various time.-
il-slated him in getting from on.
pl'i-r to enother.
To Mr Reece he said thi
when the men came lo take hie
to tin Hospital he would givi
tfiem tips of a dollar each.
He used to do the worl- he ra<
doing since 1939 and was aecus-
tomed to seeing puncheons being
rolled off lorries.
Did not Jump
He said he never saw the lorry
before he was struck He did |
not know molasses was heini:
unloaded Apparently the men
had Just started to work. He,
said that when ihe puncheon wa*
t.wiling In his direction he Irled
to stop it with his hand but diil
noi try to Jump away.
He explained that If six ships
came in and were being unloaded
he could get overtime for all a*,
he was di nig the supervising. If
six ships were bring unloaded
which belonged to six diffei
agents, he would get six sets of
i puy. but if she six belonged t
one. he wculd he paid one fee
Mr. Reece made a thorough
cross-examination. The c
continues today
The ftra is an intermediate host of the tape-worm, and
to ensure freedom from this troublesome internal parasite,
your dog mu-u be kept pest ficc.
Kill verminous naravitcs such as fleas, lice and ticks with
"I-orexanc' Dusting Powder (containing; gamma BHC)
'I-orexane' is a safe, pleasantly perfumed powder which will
SuickJy kill all common skin pests. The effect of s single
usting lasts for some two weeks.
6 Lorexane"
nUSWSG POWDER
IN HANDY CONTAINERS
A rrodixt of Imperial < 'Ii.ihi.j1 ,Pharmaoruticsh,
Limited:
A **-> imhwv ' f-^ru. Ckmt*l (**-#,. taf
A. S. Brydcn A Sam (Barbados^ Ltd., Agent.
.'S*.'.*S.U*S&***S*SSS*'SS*'&&&*V^**'*tf***/'r&S&S
cum
futal
JteatheA.'.'
Jjaxti&A
.-.'
diandbaqA
done in St. Joseph Is road- Messrs. Robert
repairing." the Chimboraxo Road
which received further damagei
during recent rains, Cocoanu
Orove Road, and Frizers Ros
ill In need of thorough
T.i Mr. Waleott he said that he
wus nol down on the wharf at the
time and he did not know whiih
nelhod was being used.
Earl Carter saiJ his salary was
,h'. $220 n month plus fees for over-
time which came to bet'-------
Luhoiiivr OrtuilU'd
I]
Kenneth Graham a labourer of
eei Gap. St. Michael w
rtsa
Ltd
NAVAL COMMAND
IN W.I. CHANGED
HI Kxiellency the Govcri
$180 and $200 g month.
He wa-. on the w"iarf about
8.45 a.m. on September 26. He
was near Jones A Swan's crane
(ttscvi.sing the -ise of the crane
with another clerk. Harolo
Wairoti. He was about 12 feel
GOVT. DREDGER
GETS SPARE PARTS
Spare parts for the Govern-
aircraft was released by
traffic control, it was put Into a
steady climb at about 240 miles
per hour. Within M minutes, it
had reached a height of 32.00u
feet, but due to the excellent.
pirssurixation system, no discom-
fort whatever was experienced ^nLiTl8W. "l""^ ".T "v
nnd as far as conditions in ihe h.e wf*k:*nd ,bv "w Harrison
rre concerned, th# aircraft Un" ^?t0T from. Engnd.
mlgh. have been cruising al 8.000 ^l^Ts'&^Vc^S?
The noise level was remark- ^ST dr^vfng^^^Tne
ably low and one conversed in ,, anrJ rivcr., ^ haw
normal tones but the most im- been removed. The raft-like
pressive feature both in this air- hull lies alongside the Govem-
craft and in the Viscount, was menl crane,"
the complete absence of vibration. Most of the dredger's recent
-"ITils," said Wing Commander operations were in the inner
Sgglesflcld "is going to be one of basin of the Careenage.
pairs. Braggs Hill Road is at pros- ni been Informed by Vice- from the wafer. He turned
an, being repaired and renovaieri Admiral Sir Richard Symonds- from Mr. Waleott to go into the
but at a very slow pace. Vehicle Tayler. K.D.E.. C.B, D.S.C., lhat warehouse going across the road
owners fear that if Chimborazo he will be relieved as Command- , a diagonal direction when h*1
is Impassable lhev will have to er-ln-Chief. America and West bard, H-veral people shouting.
go very far out. Indies Station on 15th October, -i^.g outv
:<" l by VicerAdmiral Sir
*T*I1E B-C.L. game between William Andrewes, K B.K. CM Overpowered
1. Maple and W. Hose on Sntur- 11SO At the same lime the )(l. ui day last ended in a lame draw Flagship. II.M.S. Superb, will #,,..,( f him to look nut nt ;in<'
with Maple gaining points for return to the Uniloo Kingdom on when he turned to the right he
tlrs innings win. Scores were, relief by H.M.S. Sheffield
Maple 52. W. Rose 43.
ielalned at the General Hospita
rboul 8 a.m. yesterday after he
w s involved in an accident with
Hie motor car M-1282 owned by
J. D. Douglas of Country Road,
St Michael and driven by G
Nelson of Jackson, on Tudor
Bridge, Si Mlchsel shortly after
735 a.m. the same day.
Rev. Hall Dies In U.S.A.
*T*IIt: ROAU leading from
X Castle to Todds Corner i. il(V Fr Bd-ert
eloaed to through trntne. Th.a hurch of ,no ('IUCI|I|II
road received further damages York. died In that city -
during the recent rains. Part of according to news received by his
Lower Parlor Ro;id is undergoing relatives here Rev Hall a Un-
repairs. When ;. lorry parsed badian. was the brothei of M
there on Sunday night alx>u ten l A. Hall of the Dwpt of tsgl
O'CJOOfe there waj no danger IIkIH ,-nce an.l Agriculture and Un
to l>e seen burning. A. Millar
found hirri'clf confronted with
rolling punelKim. It was about
.wo and a half to three feet away
He pushed his hands at it. but
dual!
Hall of the gradually overpower him. strue t.
hi- legs ind knocked him back-
wards, more or less in a sltlln;
posture He raised his legs, bu*
when he was unable to keep Um I
high enough, the bilge rolled Otft I
rie right ankle. It then stopp'".i
on his leg.
He was perfectly sure lhat
Col. Michelin Elected
Chairman Of S.P.CA.
Wilh the departure of Mr Au-
i re> Douglas-Smith to Kfiglutui1
On leave, Col Mkchelin has been
t letted Chairman of the S.PC.A
The Executive Committee fol-
lows a Han of Campaign alonv
lha lines of Education, Appeal'
. nil Publicity and Admlnistra-
i on. The Hon. Secretary will U
-Iciscd to hear from S P C A
embers who feel they can servi
Ihe cause in any of ihe way
<"ihoned No pay is offered am
ine resulU of the time cxpendc'
re not spectacular.
PIGSKINWhite Only
CAI.F rtr(,wii. Navy. Tan
nnd i'- -. k
1.1/ \KH N.iu. Tan. Stone
and Black
from
$17.57
$40.99
HARRISON'S
Broad Street
Selling the Keynote for Tropical wear,
READY MADE
TROPICAL SUITS
A SPECIAL LINK r have recently
opened. These Suit-, were made ex-
clusively for in.oil.] counlries. . .
Tailored in the best l.-.m'. -. Fashion
they are half lined and will keep you
cool at all limes.
Size* from .16 to 42.
They will fit anybody.

FOR BEST RESULTS
USE
PURINA CHOWS
IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAGS
) H. Jawii Jones & Co., UA-HSjaaWan ~
* SrVWWWWVWw%flrtfl.rVf. "
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IN
ATTRACTIVE PICNIC SETS
for 2. 3 and 4 People
1 ; n.rr PHM NOI
IA.MKETS (MJH 111
VAIJSF.M
ATTA ZIPP < \-l
is.a
I in
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HXif.llIS I HI I U STOWS
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
10, 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street
DREFT
Hit followinu firms have a limited number of free
Samples and will Inclti-lc I rtfl with your nexl order :
D. V. SCOTr & CO., LTD.
ALLEYNE. AHTHUB & CO., LTD.
W. A. MEDFOR1) b CO.
STANFELD SCOTT & CO.. LTD
S. E. COLE & CO. LTD.
JOHN D TAYLOR St SONS, LTD.
R. L. SEALE
STUART & SAMPSON LTD
. >-*V,1'a'*'0'a'>->V .'XSTy
.-.VA-/.V
SAVE O* THESE!
CRAWFORD CREAM CRACKERS per tin
HOI ATOM p*l lOlbs .....
CONDENSED Mlljt per Un
EVAPORATED MII.K par Un
IMPERIAL VIENNA SAl'SAOES |.r In:
II > *'wr Coalt aird Carry C.'iisl-CK'rs Only
(IM
W
.90
.
.34
CAMPBELL'S CONSOMME SOUP per Un
HOULLION SOUP per tin
PEPPER POT SOUP per Un .........
DUTCH CAULIFLOWER per tin
DUTCH CARROTS per tin ..
DUTCH BRUSSELS SPROUTS per Un
DUTCH BEETROOT per un
DUTCH VOI KN PEAS per large Un
30
M
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90
m
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PACE SIX
BARBADOS ABVOCATB
Tl F.SDAY. OCTOBER 1. 151
HENRY
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ANTISEPTIC
AS SOON AS YOU CAN
IISTIRINI Anti.eptlc, full strength, kill*
millions of germs on throat surface. It
nocks these germs associated with colds
before they attack you ... keep* them
from starting serious trouble. Take the
sensible precaution against cold cotnpli-
catlons-gargle with LISTERINE Anti-
septic, full strength?
IN TESTS OVER A 12-YtA* PERIOD, DAILY USERS
OF LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC HAD FEWER COLDS I
For SLIH figure
bright eyes
and radiant
complexion
BILE
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tOeioioH4s
TO ORDER
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tii.rt B-.k wweMSewM"
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BSCE & Co. Ltd.
e. 7. a 9 xnbK* at.
Mow is your Chance to Set your Xmas Cake
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
I USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
USUALLY NOW
Bots. Coronation Wine (Urge) 144 W2 Raisins per lb. 58
Bottles Green Seal Rum (luge) 108 Pkgs. Mixed Fruit 48
Pkgs. Dried Fruit Salad (ilb.) 38 tl Currants per lb. 46
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
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and
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*****
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ASSORTMENT
at
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SELECT EARLY.


>ai c* roacs m. lui-
BARRADOS ADVOCATE
I'M.I M7
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TELEPHO 2508.
I . Mi ... .
menu) o( 1
I ..-I (I BJ :, | ,: .!-..
' aotd. up lo M. and '
1 cenu |tr word on t.rea-u>y. end*
I cent* oer word tn Sunday* lor Mtk
For Blrlha. Mrfij*. .r H.(J|ii.ni
Cat to Calling the
rhargr ! SJ eo tor any auanber af word*
up lo M and mm par ward lac each
additional aord Ttim* ceah I'hor ***
I I and 4pm. Jill tor IMM
ftellf r..> after 4pm
ioh SAUB
dii:d
Mllli I BBnaBSBl r>a-y. .W.I
<>r th* uu Dt Aii-n rw-id.
... M-Hrf.it Superintendent of
Me.fta. Hospital or Barbado*
>r rv.r. .1
lor iiluv. Year* and
1*44 l< .3 M I-.
IN .11 'In!" \M
i.mi Mill T
beloved l.ud r. oil fiiimth who fU
aateep on October ism itta
It don not need a apodal day.
To bring VOH lo our mind.
The da.. . do not think ol om.
""'i we cannot nnd
tier lo lw> rrnhnbrr.o
i .Khifr.. Bleu .mother.. Ina,
.Mated and QaBarl brotrran
IS H Jt la
I i .,t> ,.| r.ed-r-
' who d.rd IWh October Itftl
The .horK u> ircat th* hj.- i*vc:r
We ne*rr thought thai daalh warn
Only Iho* who love can tall.
nt rwdwdJl
The luid hat riven
Tha Lord naa lakan away
I 'fiT.rmbrrod b, Hay art and
i it ua*
iioveikibni mm
AUTOMOTIVE
HEDTOH) DEUVEMi V\,N> lor I
thai 4414 Court
i. .r m 14 If MI
tAR INi Cllraen
3.0M mil*, owner lei
Hioi.e M
Almoil (M
-I,! thr iilml
t* Id ll-t f
CAR On* iti Chry.lrr Koyal
ltd condition Suitable lor UKI
Apply Ui Bruce Weali.ethead. In CO
I. W.n.Mlird Ui *> Dial 11*4
CAR Ona IMI miiman tjimiUhw
la goad condition Apply Durant.
nan i-iiii., 11 1ft Sl-Jn
lerdrtioa only It*** ,[*, AuaOn A-**
MM clat* eorydltleo UM m
CARS-] IM* Mom. Minor t Door
aVIeoa* g* reliant condition I IBM
M< m* Oilu'd A chance net to b*
mlaaad. I IM! Dodge Fluid Dele*
Saloon A-l condition Caccllenl tar
XlirTulelYClXS Nea hi potent
Velorella HO eg **> 0* C-ahTar
ii alao be arranged Cnurleay Oar*
bial 4410 |fe Id 41 .
OM D X A MOTOHCYCIJE 5 H P
Applv: Urban Ooddard. Maaiiah Sttvat
St John No raaaonabic prlca will ba
MlnHSl 10 Sl^Jll
\"l-l \M KKI'OKTKK
HOt St Or ASSKMBLV
AppUnlkMM ;,!. invited for the
i OfliCial Reporter
' \. mbly. The
peart m non-penMotiBblc, and the
walmry ttached Is at present ttxed
at $1,200 x $120-$1.680 per an-
2. Applicants should hold a
certificate of at least 120 words
per minute '" a recofjilsed sys-
tem of Shorthand, and applica-
tions statins age. education, qual-
ifications etc.. should reach the
Clerk of the Debate Committee.
Afiembly. Public
Rulldlnjts. befori- thr 2Tih Octo-
ber, 1M1.
I OSI & MHM
Kl.bCTKlCAL
KerRiOiJiATOR -
: S A Manulacturr <
'ourtavv Caiaja
ruR^aTURF.
it'MKlTVKB-Orio i|> Birch dia
rooat Morrw aulta I chain, a rotk-n.
I ..II with upholatarrd Dun lop) Ih
CHttMHi. Appl Mra Colin P.iklmon
n m mi i* 10 >ian
lo.l. >
ollorUon of furnllui
c.udlnd X
lahoaany uphoUtrrad chain
Ft T C RACK BOOK-C C tTaaV-da
In Ih* Bui Stand rmdor kliult' nHum
MtadddH AdvrrtlMnc Dapart-
'i -onId b? rrwardad
Id 10 Jln
B T c iwrr TirKBT S-rfa Hll
W Map with namaa wrlllrn on th-ni
In ink A Prmcod nnH R Smith.
I'lndrr Will be rrwrrdrd
14 10 SItn
ONI BTC Hacr Book S.rl V
r.'.in l i- iaan-__DB j ^ia iwkrti. Barlri
O SB13 oOi*. Iwn Scrli^ Z and H.
Waotl Ona ttckal lor Bays*
i-lui. drawing No StnM O. alona
ith l T C I'-.-alpi- lr 0S3O St Sartaa
C, and 4Stn S Krrln V A '
MU| |i.M Ptndaa kifxllv Minrn to Eoitaca
Madford, Abna CM Roabuck M
14 10 SIIn
[ F.ATHFK UAG "ilh Up. contalnlnl
prauni*l>.k ,
ollcicd in Kiurmnit lo Mayar*.
IS 10 5
Hard Times I
With Backache
Off n do* lo riufja* kWnay octiom
I UEISNO-rtomodwhenyoB
** are irouhled with backache,
rheumatic paint, stiff, achiDg
MB* joibw, lumbago a*
o'ttmrm urinary ditorderi due (
i : Incy actjoo,
M'Iit r-' up **'h psln nd dfax
cmlorr when you night get happy
r<-hcf by taking Doan'i Backache
kidnvi IMh. nie>- Himulaic and)
cjVanw: ^Vjggish kidneys and M
Ih-lp fhrm to nd the Mood of excess
uiic acid and other lOaOUflUM
b othrrwite nught collcci m
t'vr -viem anJ cause dinren.
Padir1 *il!i have helped many
iriKkMindt; let them help rooa
pair of
i larder.
I bookcaae;
I 4 II nal tprlna.
I waahound
Tha abova-man untied Itenw can ba In-
aprrtad In I ha top flat abava the Auto-
Tm Compant, Spry Rtraat. on Th.iradav
Uih October. Irom 10 a m. to 4 p rr.
ahnuld be lubmltted in wrltlitg lo Ih.
II. -Wakeneld*. While Park
Mh October
14 10 SI If
LIVESTOCK
COWOne young Avthlre Cow. Brtl
calf S4 pint. Apply to Herbert Olll
Lm Twredllde ftdaat.
MIXHANICAL
I OIC III \ I
i'i;nso\ ai
HOI SKS
Bf.
ina roam. 1 bedroom* each bad room
N waah bam. nhV' with cabinet*
i. tiled baUiraaan. tiled lealet waa-
I-dMai. medical cakwat aarvaait roaan wim
kd waah baam. Urge awiaa-
II aiudaan improvement! Appl> i
A W BHrch o Progreaiivr Bu> f>
Ltd Citloden Road Phone 4SM
a i* si a.
Tha poblic at. 4-eel .- ad aatauatt
givina et^i I EDITH KaHO
aaa I .vvrin .... ... ...i gsyajasj
reaponelbte (or her or anyone aid* dd-
ttactlng any debt m debti in rnr aaaaa
unleaa by a arttten ordrt tlgned by aie
SJUKON KINO.
Si Margaret i Mr CUobe
Newcatilr M Jah ,
RICHER
SMOOTHER
CREAMIER
BBFBaXANZA On Bt Jamea* m eoadt.
milea fraaa Wat. Fully fmwtahei
t-ahl and waaer Dial ai-M
M II ,
.IOISE llolonh ri".,, Octolx.
ISth. an WeU-haa Main Road. canUinini
* b-drooma dtalt g and drawing roon
toilet and bath, -ervant, room and
BSMgm Apply lo Bdoi D.e W..tk.
Dial 4*4B i; m >i .,,
The public are hereby ..meal aajalnat
BMMJ .tedit W m* wll. CtABJgdM
r-KATHWAlTT .nee *TAryt)Rt | j
net hold mvaelf reapot.ublr ler bar or
. n.one rl contraeung any de*>( ar daba,
ate., ordot
me
CtMJEBJDOC RRATHWAtrr
Ividge Gap
Black Rock
14 Id II an
; call
WHlTeSANDB' fuH-
N..vembar Applv R
Pnona BE1
Th, iHibhc are hereby warned agalnil
tiM.ia credit i m. .,(, UOUBtB
liKAThwAITX .nee I^kl'LIK IIEAIHJCY
aa I do not hold mywir eaponalble 1m
I name 1.1
Igned by me
BBNIAMIN BRATHWAITC.
Roae (lair. *t John
U'AXTIill
HELP
HJJFKLV IADV iWhlle would Ilka
. irmanent board with aulet learnt. m
HM \h-..my of Oarrtaan. DayrelU ltd
n Bua route Haply "If
Ce. Lid 1) 10 II -In
LADY OrrtCI CUIRX-Wlth kno
taegi of abort hand and typing Repl
own handwriting aUtlng c*panaiycc a
fAlaay deatrvd to J K K C o Advoca
10 10 II -
MISCELLANEOUS
IUIARD49RR llouaa on era about two
Jle> tram City, in fltwt rlaaa ra^dantul
i-ea Apply by letter addreaaed "M'-
1 o Advocate Co Lid IS ID II In
<%.\ vu \i i:mi:.vt.
T;
eroua raqueata of aar
have opened a aacUax
ablTta. pyiatnaa. paM,
t..r aajgajaj
horta. lad
Having at our dug-Mai the Iaclhile> . _
modem factory w* ar* able to ortVr
prompt arnteea at acepltonaiiy nilil
bkr prhret
Reliance Slilrt Fai
P.lmetlo -nraet. Ph.
tory. Shirt Dapot ,
ne 4144
10 If SIMM ;
UN IT KM .fan EO IfOUSJC-Modarn I
vmiencea Um leaar Three bedma
Kiigllah couple Boa No. P Q.
t | |
tn
WANTBD TO Bf.
FITtNITURC Uahog Upright Chair..
Lardert. Uahog Centre Table. PUnl
Siool*. Mahoa Roekara China Cabinet..
Bureau, and Dreaalng Table. DArcj
A Beott. Auctioneer. Magailne lane
If 10 ll-n
Moncfi
Tbe Caute of
BDCTM rtautl-a.rr...4
NOTR7B IS HKHRRV ClIVrN thai .11
pera. having ana debt or claim again.)
(he Batata of FDITII PAH1IIS who died
IB th l.land on Ihe ITlh day f June
IUI ar* herebv requirrd to tend partlc
uUn of Ihelr clalma duly ailetted to th<>
iindcrtdPicd Ocorrr llltl KvHvn. m tare
of Meeara Cottla Cat ford It Co No 11
Hih street. Budgrtown. Solta-ltorl. on or
balor* the lit day of Decrn bag ism
after which data I than proceed to-----
distribute the aaaal. of the daceaaed
i r.'c." (he paitir. entitled thereto hav-
ing recant onl.. to tuch clalma a. I .hall
UbBB h..e had notice of. and 1 will not
ba liable lor tha aaeet. or any part there-
of to distributed to any peraon ol whoar
debt or claim I thall not have had notice
And all peeaaaa indebted to the Hid eetale
are irgueated lo arllle their Indebtadnea.
atthoul delay
Dated thi. lit day of September Ifdl
GEOHUl B KVD.YN.
Tha Sola qua lined Eiacutor of tha
Will of Edith ParrU.- Daceaaed
IJ.BMI
PIIHLIC SALES
Ten ceaie par aiMta ttna m uaek-dawt
and u cenia per agaja Una on gandapa.
nlal-nam caaege fl.5* on ril*! iatll
dad Si M> oa gaadapa
REAL ESTATE
Gums Bleed
Teeth Loose
HK-YCUS-Juit received a ahlpmanl
of B A Rk-ytlea. Ladle.. Ornli and
-lao Carrier Cvelea Redman & Taylor".
Ornge Ud SI Michael'. Row
11 10 SI3n
HKViiFH llarculea. for ladle.. Oenta
and Children Unbeatable pit... Apply:
Couruay Oarage Dial 4S>1
14 10 al-dh.
n'1'F.WRITXR O.-mpa- Portablt
T.pewnu-r Hardly uard. contact C
O'Doad. VYm Fogarty Ltd
10 10 M- *.
MISCELLANEOl'S
BAROMBTIRS: A compute range ol
Baromclcra. Hvgrom*lart and Ther-
n-under, jurt arrived, and may ba
aeen at our new Show Room on Lower
Broad St;C Phone 4011 or US* K R
HunU at Co. Ltd II 10 II4n
HAF.MOKJWOIDH-- Internal And *-
ee
new Oemnn P
ndad by all doctor*.
aaarllyT Oblaliiablv
prifi.it- NOTICES
Tan cent, per agaud o* ir-aek-doyi
aad II cent* par aoof* lint an Saadav*.
mmbnam caarpa SI 50 ea Uddb C
and |l 40 on Saadapa
NOTICE
V..*. /~
DOANS;;j
V;-,V(V.WV//,W/.V.r'
HIKE HOOK |
w.ii Man ;i
GOD'S WAY OF ;t
SALVATION
PLAIN"
Thu la to Inform mv palientt i
public that my Dertal Omee
localad at Marhill Street ov
Panltary laundry Depot
HURT. D D S
OfTert will be received in wrlUng up
i" i- mi on Wedneaday. ITth Ottr
IBM. by Co-irtedy Oarage, White Park
Road, for ona Hi 1041 Vaurtiall 14
h p uioon damaged by fir* Car can
be aeen at Courteey Oarage
II It. IIOn
HOUSES- At Hock ley. price* from
*^aaa to 'BOOt Alao houaaa at Navy
Garden.. DayrelU Boad. Pine Hill and
Cty. Alao Haua. Spate at Ha.arli
For partk-ular. about building, telllm
or buying Prone B. A Brook, at nss
Pleaae leave Phone NunU>er or Addle**
and I will contact you
S 10 II In
r"i '"
t-A new IB x 10 board
Houa* with .had and kllc
. tpalnted throughouti raaaoni
Marlow. Chrut Church, contact
Clarence Baal. Hall, Tenantry. Chrut
Church Adent l 10 II f
No 00. Boetiuck Street A lone wall
dwelling home and bu.lnru place itand-
Ing on HOB aquare feet ol Und The
Ik Horn Floor la u*ed aa a Grocery and
Hardware department and Ih* two floor
a. a Baaldence
For Inipertlon apply on the premlaea
any day evrepl Oundavt between Ihe
hour* of II to
The above property will be offered lor
tale to public competition at our amcl
Jamea Street on Iriday Sfith Octobei
at fl p m
For further particular, and mdlllotu
of tale. appI' to-
HUTCH1NIION A BANF1ELD
Sollrltori. Janet Street
13 10 JlIn
PROPF.RTY in DayrelU Road. Christ
Church. It contain* gallery, sitting rooi
dicing room. I badroomi. pantry,
kitchen., toilet, bath waih beam. *tor*
room It ft galvanlre paling* Apply
t> A W Uir<'h. co I'rogrceaive Bua Co
Ltd Cullodon Raad. St Michael .Thone
MIT 14 I" II '
MOTION
Ry ln*truetlon of the Eaecutar I wll
rell on TUBBDAY Itth at 1 p m a
MILITARY ROAD. BL'Mt HAtJ. a doubli
roofed boarded and ilnngled houae. cam
prialng gaiter., drawing, dining. I bed
roomi, ii.ua! out office* LAND CAN RE
Pr.NTTD M iO per quarter. HOUSE HAS
OtAW WINDOWS A1J. AROtrND
THMH CASH
H ARCHER McKEN7.IT
Auctioneer
II 10 II
Stop Pyorrh and
Trench Moulh
in 24 Hour.
new* out of tour nv.uth.
be teeth The foUawlnp
W B ihoa* the laaulla ..._......-------.
gal I Buffered from Tian.1 Mouth
itateuaa
..Mr W
s*
touth dl*apaear*d in Ihraa day* aad la
teoweeka I found il.al my Woa. laatk aar*
much tighter and thai I eoald aal U*a baed-
' I MM
GuarainUeal
Am,tan workt aa faat and to rertala thai
I I. guaranteed to atop year game
.Ued.iig. rod *or* mouth and llahiea
i d*n."<
a mil.- ion
tltraeltaa at'
i ->-.-
r laatk ar
.it.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
Please write lor
Samuel Roberta
Book and Tract
30. t'entral Aver
gor N. Ireland."
V-'e'e'e'-''''*-'
Gospel ;
Service. J
tue. Ban- \
TO-DAY'S BIS HASH
1952 ASMAL8
I9i2 1HARIKS
Mir: A Til KNIVES
THE GAME OF JACKS
ASSORTED PLIERS
MIIITIS*. SPANNERS
All Jurt opened by .
JOHWIIVS STATIONERV
HARDWARE
DEPARTMENT Or AGRICULTURE. DOMINICA,
P0RE8T SERVICE
Applications are Invited to MI 5 (five) vacancies for surveyors
n Dominica. The posts are not pensionable.
Contracts will be for o three-year period with possibility of j
renewal.
Consclidated salary within the scale $2,400$3,360 per annum
according to qualifications and experience. Subsistence. Allowance
at the rate of $3 00 pti night out when working away from home.
Allowance and Mileage tor transport at local rates should the officer
be required to maintain a car or motor cycle. Housing Is not pro-
vided and single men will be given preference for this reason.
The work calls for seli-relianl and active men capable of taking
decisions anb living under rough conditions when necessary. Main
duties Involve surveys of small acreages under land Control Scheme.
At least 2 years experience in carrying out Theodolite traverses and
plotting without supervision Is essential.
Applications stating age. whether single or married, qualifications,
details of experience during the past two years, and enclosing copies
of two references should be submitted to the Chief Forest Officer.
Department of Agriculture, Roseau. Dominica.
12 10.51n
h.tnlal loony under ml* ,....tUd gaarea-
Amosan :5 SsarS;
'If Prurtu-Tinrt aa
ANY :i
RECORDS*
92
+ i III-. WEEK ONLY ^
r
','e*et-'e'V*e'e'e**e-e*e'-*.-''.''''*''l
TO GAS
gO.VS'f'.lffTW.S i
ThU I* to let
job Chun Una the
thai
i tha
> and Burr
lit Ciiitomrrt.
H your Jet. or Burner* have
t*en changed or adapted
OV* Natural Qaa. the flame
'onl and 'ellow and
.. be nccatloned.
Care thou Id auto be taken In
llahting up. by having the rralch
1 lighted t ~
Ba
_ on m full The
ne inn then be ad jutted to a
girt, and uaad until
I -let* I
,>s,',*,'*tAAB**m
BABY'S
TEETHING
need give you
no anxieties
Tbero Deed be no reatlesg nights,
DO tear*, BO baby digordCTg, if
Kn have Aahtoa A Parsons
fantV iowd.ii handy.
Mothers aD over tha world have
fmitid them aoothiag and oool-
inn when baby is fretful through
teething, and, tteal of aD. they
are ABSOLUTELY SAFE.
ASHTON & PARSONS
INFANTS POWDERS
---------------------------------------------rrrr
KINGSLEY
RESIDENTAL
CLUB
e
re-opening
Saturday October 20th
SHIPPING NOTICE!
IMVERSITi COLLEGE
Of THE WEST INDIES
EXTRA-MURAL
OEl'ARTMENT
A COURSE OF TEN
LECTURES
H IIMIMH PROBLEMS
If STRAW. BA.
(lions. Econ.)
at the Y.M.C A.
ini/ Thursday, October
IMh
at 8.13 p.m.
Fee for Course-
Members of Ex al
Association
Single Lectures: ...
$1 00
84c-
12c.
SIM0NDS
MILK STOUT
C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd.,
P. O. Box 56
BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402
-.',*.-.-.-,',---,-,%-,'.-.'.
British MORRIS MINOR
beats its own value-record
ItjHB - >>
u"m* mouth dl-------
Ht tha workt a* that w- aet.ni
that four aal ef eaagy fit* -
nil .top the.* oiMaaea Ift
wfiat ther ot;*a rau*a a
ul teath, but al*o chronla i...... i i.m and i
tear! iroutil*
Now Discovery
Saves Teeth
"tun. Ih* illfcottri ef in AmerMan ;
acumui. fight* the*. trout.U. la a new and I
->( k aar ll fenetratr* right ta tha root
Ih. trouble, .lop. B..m. f.om 1.1 red In,
e *ry B*t day. uuleklf takea tk* a*-.- .
aa out of tour nv.uth. and aeon tlghune
Four doors and other
lealures make il besl
small tar ol to-day
Mad* by- an nrgmnisatiun with
nide rypnrlanoe in tie* prndue
Una ol car* of modaat alsa High
efnrlenry eBglnadr-y|iipa 37 hor**-
poaer Incorporate* the lateat
Butmii >btla "Hdin.ier.nB ndvnn. ea.
Including toealiin-bar indapan-
dam lrnnt-wh-*l ut-nit*|..ii.
"Mo
akydraul;. oe.N-t
1 CUBIC UU (OR lUuliiGl
RcKHn lor lunaee lor lour F-an
m With trunk iw kd thaiuarawnaal
" readily a.taaalbla fr an* tllna,
ny i hi-ir a and
AU IEATI WITHIN WHEElMSf EAST TO P-RK A TO DRIVE
All paaaenaera ait low down within Kaay to park IB amall -pn-a aad
tlieaheolbaa* Y"urid-in..nnr.ei ite*rthrtiuah uafB. Laaa catly
e*eo on Ihm lungeat lourner Heal* in maintain R'ntKHaiial t.t opar-
ara deaianed toglvaaaatocniialiy ate wiui lual cmutumptlon of
eorrrc*gllpp>irt 35 Wmilra p-r call. i>
OHIO S Cluut.l SHALL CAR IUY JJJ*( \'*
gynehrurneah 4-apaad gear bog-all tha Important
big eapenslv* cart.___________________
SwMTBIAI At 4TSi.ua NW
XBAIAMl l.L*.* UMITBD
ays/ line'
t "Plial ADF.I Aillf il Khadula*
ta .ail from Hobert September lath.
Mcll- - QiagBgf **". *Vd*an OaSSBgi
Igtri liudMone Ortaber 14th. Port Alma
(Htoiar SOth. Brlabaia October rib.
i Truttdad about Meatntber
l ibado* N*\anibrr MiS
i milled aa-i
l>ert rraar
Cars* accepted or. ihriugh oaU* at
r.nihdad to
initiah Oaten*. Leeward and Windward
r, pattlcular* *<**_
i tcsrots. witmy at co ltd
DaCOOrTA * CO I.TI>
Tr.nldad. Ha.l> I "
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\onri
ALL firms which want to make \i_ellent
advertising opportunities offered them In "he 1952
Telephone Directory and have not yet ordered. pi*-N
approach the Colonial AdvertMruj Co., Ststph.
Tel. 5134. before the 31st Ocl thil will be the
closing date for accepting advertisement-.
May we remind our customers who have already
given their orders that W would be very much
to receive the wording for their advertisements before
the same date.
COLONIAL ADVERTISING CO.
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PLtatsWeaSSaS '" '
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Th* m v cABinnrr. win
accept Cargo arid lht*aengera lor
DtaninMa. AnUSua M >
KfMt and SI Kit" Saiueg
n-' itth mat.
The M V MOtaBXA will accept
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a*d Kill. Sailltid date It
tea Antig..... Montaerrat. Neela
naalBed
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I'.iOF.
EKiHT
'BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Tl'ESDAY. OCTOBER IC 1*51
72 ENTERED FOR B.T.C. MEET^iSSL
22 HORSES COME
FROM OVERSEAS
MfiitMl Hospital suffered another
dsrfeat when Ihe Barbados ketn-
iriwM *. merit beat them by an innings and
SEVENTY-TWO horses have entered for the B.T.C. Autumn 10 mm on Saturday in naar in-
'n this year. The meelijiii : turdtV, Novem- immediate rrlcket niatcri.
i Will b. SDntilluS i I Thursdiy November 15 ..On 'h* nm day ,,f play. Menla,
and Saturday November 17
i thy 72 entries are Trinidad horses while four are
from St. Kitts and one from British Guiani
The following horses have been clawlfled for the respec-

REGIMENT WINS AGAIN Barbados Beat
Tigers 4128
BOWLINf. ANAI Y11S
1
IlKM KUI Aul.mn SUkrv ( MU'RTEESTH RACE or.liini-
A C2 (MaWrnM-M A Handicap. K Uwm-HC I
I iirlmiirv Furlong*
I BudKet, 1. Dsrham Jane. : Watercress, 2. Fuss Budget. 3.
I. Arunda, 1. r"irel.rh. 5. Dim Not unite. 4 Flleuxce. 3. Red
View, 6. The Thing. 7 Test Match, Cheeks, 6, Topsy. 7. Yumtnt, 8.
8. Fill.- .,e prin- Prcriy Way, 9 Landmark.
SECOND RACK Savannah I ..d.
SUkea. F A Umrr (1 y.a. A
overt If/A, ?4 urlons*.
1. Bowmansi..ii I I
Hi-Lo. 4. Sunbeam, 5. Vanguard.
" Soprano, 7. Miss Ftfai
I fk-mcntlna, !0. Dlnmoa
PaVlUirn RACE. savannah
lodge Handicap. F A Lower
11 9- A Over. II I Fyrt.ni-.
Bowmanstan, 2. Colleton.
Hnapital, winning the toa. uatieJ.
first and were all out (or 42 run*
n a perfect wicket. Going al i,..
lunch. the Regiment replied with w "**" '
123 run', thui giving themselves total rr i \
liable first innings lead of
nrum. HANiirm.
irday, the Mental Hospl- WaHirm rt.
tal batsmen again failed and were F-MPiiis j-i
dismissed for <3 run* in their asc-
i ml inning*. C. Williams topscored
with 39 runs.
Bowling for V Regimeni.
WatU and Clarke took the bowl-
ing honours in th first innings of
Mental Hospital capturing two
.-icki-K Mctt but the best iHiwIin*;
I erforniancv was given by J.
i.rathwaile, who after buwltng
three overs and two balls took j **
111 Innnf.
Lam an ski*
K flrlfflth c Patter-on b HkaeU
IM.WIIPWJ ANALYSIS
HI>LA Sunbeam. 5. Vanguard, three wickets and conceded six
Soprano. 7, Miss Friendship, 8. iuns In doing so.
. 9. Clementina. 10. Diamoa.
SIXTEENTH RACE.
I arlbbran Hand leap. A A B
Oaa> al/C 9 Fttrleng*
I. Gun Site. 2. Notonite. 3.
.. inf..,.,,.. i n,..u... 3. met *S2SJ\*-ZS**
m V S"'-','""*" *' '"" '" l'"
drum. 6. Tops.. I.uiiwaya.
I Ol ITU LtaatB. fc...,.^ -- SEVENTEENTH K.\(i:.-nrlihUn
':" W-iTSlSB&r, ^HSlS *'""
Fnrleng*. *""*"
I. Atom, 'r.^oJc^'1'12 H'?-Won,n,p-
II. 4. Elizabethan. 5. Yasmeen. ( j,3*V
.-,. Landmark.
PrnTftlH
B. R..lfr
\ Pvfrr*
a SM-h.,u
( abslt a tmii'ii
illicit RACK, Nuvrmkrr si,He*
C A t; tWTigrg)WA 7'
Furlong*.
S Thor
La*l*i
H Alkli
Front llnppe., .
Star. 8. Just By Chance 11.
Blue Diamond. 8. Wllmar. B.
-"II ls.(t Jrumpeler I up. I '"'" "" "la-,-"'
fl 'ViJfZ* tt ># allotted) MGIITEENTM RACE. Nelson
Champagne II. 2. Cardmald.
3. Chutney. 4. Dunvuerque. 3. Su-
;iia. 0. Scedlini;. I Rivei M lid
i: First Admiral, B. Munch Winds
10. Cavalier. I|. Mav Day. 12.
rtambler Roae, 13. Mv l^ove U
14. Dia Roae.
MXTII RACE. Caamiuiion SUk P *L,Wff-w'A. 3'< Eurlubiv
Picl;w|fk. after detl.-inng when
Uieir score had reached 97 rum
BaT 0M loss Ol nine wickets in
their first innings. dUinld Spar-
Un for 44 runs. The only Spartan
b itmai to Ha h (hMtbu Baurai
arag S. Parris who made 12 runa.
Pretty J. Peteraon and R. Clarke took
[I ree wickets each for 12 and 17
r'-na respectively.
i'Kkwick. in their second bl- If
nings. have lost two wickets ou1
l K.- ivn 20 and E. Moi.re 13 -
for 37 runs. Wanderers are In a
good position to score a six point c Armiim,' t giihm b aranMvr
victory over Empire. After acorina e*tta
*i 0 runs in their first innings th*y ToU|
h.ve taken five of the Empire
w icketa for 88 runs.
Cable At Wireless have secured
.i llrst innings lead over Wind-
ward who replied with 144 runs
u( the Windward acorr of 168
When "tumps war* drawn, Cable
A- Wireless had scored 23 runs for
the loss of three wickets In their
MM M I NTH RACE. Fellean "ST^ '""'"fl
Handicap.t' A (Maidens at
Entry I H/C 7^ Farlangs.
I. Fusa Budget. 2. Arunda, 3
4 The Thing. 5. Fille
li'lrnn. 6. Dashing Princess. 7
French F"utter. 8. Mabouya.
hH>lR. IM
*tla.ar ki Igajtfj
i "in oul pj
ion c Canlnalon b C B
IS
on C H Law If., b BranHrr 41
rib* Q B UkM It
V fttiMr c aub b C H Lawkai II
niitaftl a b MrKnilr
ward First Innings 61 with
afcltaatai b nrn- *.
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BARBADOS won the first Bask-
rtball Test match against BMfJaTl
Tlgtn at Y M.P.C. last night The
M game ended 4128 for Barbados
ti Rudolph Daniel top-scored for
' i" island with 13 points Louis
I ireenidge, Algy Symmonda and
n lifTnrd OlttAm scored fight each
I nv Isaacs was the outstanding
i layer for the visitors. He got ten
-a. joints while R. Thompson scored
rdttt.
" When the game svai about rive
,, minutes old Ken Isaacs opened the
> lor the visitors. A few sec-
U onda later Rudolph Onntel equal-
" i Mi with a beautiful shot, afannie
a Edghill put Barbados in the lead
but Mike Kenny equalised
At the end of the first quarter
lie score was 8 6 in favour of
Barbados When the second quar-
w. ter was onlv a few seconds old
j Kenny Isaacs equalUed with a nice
J l_"e lead with a beautiful long shot.
The end of the second quarter saw
(he score 1419 in favour of the
Barbados went into the attack
from early in the third quarter In
.i few minutes they added six
lOints to their score to put them
l point ahead Tigers. At the end
f this quarter the score w at 262U
in favour of the Hpal boys.
Barbados continued to press the
uame and increased their lead.
The game ended with them 13
points ahead of the visitors.
The teams were as follows
Nleoerf Ttucra: R Thompson
iCaptl. K. Isaacs, N. Hodgkinson
H. Thoma*. B Milne. R. Thomas.
{ DeSilva and Mike Kenny
Barbados: R. Daniel. M Edghill
(linens. D Greenidge. L. Green-
dge. II. Eastman. W Quintyneand
A Symmonds.
MiK-nn
aaonigKi

lie 3'
lofu
2 Watercress. R'fke
1. Vixen. 4. Perseverance, 3.' Tin Ul"
Eagle. 6 Man A
rncnd.hip. 8 i ,(,!
Fur lonsa
n. 2. Flieiix.e. 3. Sweet
Doldrum. 5. Topsv. 6.
I High and Is>u ,
-rir.1 Iif
HOSPITAL Ind hini"
i b Wail.
> Clark*
i". :
B uiwlna pari oui
SEVENTH RACE. Worthlns
Makes. l^wer-W/A. 7'..
I mrlanas.
1. Fuss Budget, 2 \<,tcnne.
3. Demur 5 Heci
vpraw 7
pnihlng Princess. 8. Tppav. 8."
Lunways, 16 >'..
"nark.
EIGHTH RACE. Sprinter.'
SUkea.-_A A B Only-W/A 3"j
rssrloaura.
Notonite. 2. Flying Dragor
llarroween, 5. Red
TWENTIETH RAO:. Nursery
SUkea. F A F3 ALnwer (t y. o.
FlUlea) W/A S'l. Ftirlonsjs.
'iipagnc II. 2. Dun-
ia rque, %. BUndial, 4. River Maid, ,
9 Hamhlei Rose. 6. My Love 11. i
7 Caprice. 8. Dla Rose.
TWENTY FIRST RACE. Consti-
tution Handicap D & I .>.r
H/C 7'- fartangs
1. BowniHiistan, 2. Watercress,
I Vixen. 4. Vanguard. 3. The '
Eagle. 6. Mary Ahnf 7. Comet. ;
I'WENTY -I ( n.Mi RACE. Nt
Lawrenre Handicap. It A
LowerH/C. 51 furlonab.
FUSg Hudftel. 2. Notonite. 3.
NINTH RACE.Shot Hall SUkea. rlying Dragon. 4. Demui
3. Demure. 4
Cheek*, 6 Hell.- Bun
meen. 8. landmark.
Yas-
V A l^wer <3 y. o. A Overt___ Firelndy. 6. Red Cheeks,
W/A. S<-i FarUisg*. Thing, 6. Betlc Surprise, s.
I. Bowmanstan, 2. Colleton. 3. i,n*1 "rw. 10, Sweet Rocket
Vixen.
beam, a VatiajuanJ 3 Bomnck
"r. !'. Viceiuv, ID
Clementina, ll. Mountbatirn. 12
PuuTioa
TENTH Rare Autumn Handicap.
< A 01 M-uiSens al Entry)
H/C 5>. Furlong*.
I. Fuss Budget. 2 Darbi
Jane. 3. Arunda. 4 Firela.lv
& TU,- Thtoj
MaUh. 8. Fille D'lran. . DaahifUJ
10. French Flutler. ll.
Mabouyn
rnaai
14
T2. I^unwry
I^andmnrk.
TWENTY THIRD RACE. Rock-
ier llanaseap. D A Lower
H/C 9 Furlonxs
I. Colleton, 2. Watercress. 3..
I. Mnry Ann. r>. CDOrlt
I. ParrH
J C'lais*
j Clark*
V *!(
} MialbwalUt S S I
l PI lli|" > 1
ritXWHK lirABtAN
rirkwlfhrirat imiir.i-
ifar wkla. 4mM.I
SPAHTAN 1*1 Innma-
N W.mkI c wht P 1. Kvfln Ii
Usssan
i, w b H Clsrba
p I Morrla c Mont* b l**iiWv
C W.-kI b Prlrrhln
C Kkinuai .
K MrComiv f b CIMka
A F Matlhvwa b Clark-
.k|<. I r.rl.i
prirrsm BBaaaaaaaB
n.
IWENTV FOURTH RACE
Junior Handicap. F A PS
A Lower it | a.)H/C IH
rurlongs.
I. Champagne II, 2. Cardmald.
3. Chutney, 4. Dunquerque. 5.
ii i \i \TH RACE November Su"'3. 8 Seedling. 7. River
Handicap. C 01 i Winner*! M,"4* B;/'!?1 ^n,'?1, m Nf.reh
H/C 9 Far longs.
i. infusion, i rUeuxca, a. Swaal
Itucket. 4 Ikildruin. 5. Topsy, 6.
TWELFTH RACE Brirhton
SUkra. G A LowerW/A 5ts
Fur Ion**.
I. Drury Lane. 2. His Worship.
3. Gavotte. 4. Front Hopper. 8. _
Joan's Star. 9. Just By Chance t Lunw.iys. 9. Topsy, 10. Sweet
II. 7. Blue Diamond. 8. Wilmur, 9 Rocket
BetA&m. 10. Diadem
Winds. 10. Cavalier. 11. May Day,
12. Rambler Rose. 13. Mv Love II,
14. Drury Lane
TWENTY FIFTH RACK. Beck
lth Handicap. C A t'2 Only
H/C 9 furioags.
I. infusion. 2. Fuss Budget. 3.
Aiundn. 4. Flieuxce, 5. F.relady,
Diishing P^noeas, 7. Doldrum,
I lllitll I-Mil Kill. Junior
RUkes. F A F3 A Lower it y.o.
ColU A Grldlnga) W/A .'.'.
Farkwurs.
I, Cardmald. 2. Chutney. 3
SeedlhiK. 4. Flrsi Admiral. "
March Winds. 6. Cavalier,
Day.
i VSNT1 six ill i: m i <.'..>.-
end Haadtoop. G A Lower
H/C 71 rurlongs.
1. His Worsoip, 2. Gavotte. 3
Front Hopper, 4. Joan's Star. 5.
Just By Chance II, 6. Blue Dia-
mond, 7. Wllmar, 8- Betsam, 9
7. May Oiadem.
SPORTS WINDOW
Water Polo
Tilt" opening fixtures of
the Water Polo Knock, jt
Competition will be played
lo-night at the Aquatic Club.
Play begins at 830 and the
!nines will be played b\
DDtQufnl
The fixtures are: Snap-
pels w Buiracudas and
Flying Fish vg Whippo-
rays. The referee u .Mi
Archie Clurkc.
. I AIMY SEVENTH RACE.
Belleville Handicap. A A B
QtJfjr al/Q 71 furlamr*.
1. Bowmanstan. 3. Coil<''. HI-!a. 4 PSjffaeva luflt, 3. Sun-
iMii'i 0. Vanguard. 7. Sopiano
R Mis* Friendship, 9 Viceroy,
10. Clementina. II. Dlamoa. 12
TWENTY-EIGHTH RACE. Final
Handicap. A A R OnlyH/C
7 | f urluiuts.
I Gun Site. 2. Notonite. 3. Ato-
mic 11. 4. Demure. 3. Hurrowcen.
h Red Cheek.-. 7. Belle Surprise.
1 8 Elizabethan. 9. Yasmeen. 10
! Pratti Way. II. Landmark.
Merger of
BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Established 1835,
and THE UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED j
Eatablbhed 1837.
T-iese lu-o Bonks, vitfl B^tCeuifM
AtUtrraMog nd Nrw Zealand con.lecfioni built up durinp n
innri a rrnfuru ,.{ unlnlerrui-lcd iradhn;. (Merged on
OCTOBER 1st. 1951
to form one bonk named:
AUSTRALIA
AND NEW ZEALAiNU
BANK LIMITED
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ni(in(| and Fiji offers ownej. Jar., ... ,
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economic unii conuw rcial
PRINCIP*
Court of Original
Jurisdiction I8.M a m-
Polke Courts lO.tA a.m.
Mretbig of the House
of Assembly 1 p.m.
Police Band gives popular
Concert al Reawell Girls'
School 7.4S p.m.
Mobile Cinema gives show
at Shrewsbury S e h o o 1
Yard. St. Philip at 7.4ft
MB.
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head orrtct:
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