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PAGE nom ll.\KH.\IM>S ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7. 1S1 West Indies In Sorry Position' OllCi %  llsltllllt Well On Tap From H4ROI.ll DALC SYDNI I thll thr %  the betier the real show on the %  prnlriu night kt-ters are hoping that the axiom applies ta EVCn Mini I %  ml that* arc huge nun • hers of ihuc in all parl Fmulre—would have la have made a nI their game against tjiiecnslaivi Nothing h.i gone right 'or then %  .tiling has cot failed their weakened %  Hack we at one stage this i • thini dangerousl) like despai r their Aeldtl i 'idly disnd even John I %  What link it.< i and truly, that in sport a leant earns Its lurk, and the Queen* • larders earned theirs. The State captain. Carrlgan this morning Imrra *SS • r't. %  raach the highest total of hli career. Four Caleb** Dropped Me ha*** thai than was need for quick runs ami he set about S ttuiK "hem in a manner lh.it DO llan bowler coul I thinr. to interrupt. They might have been mon some of the ratchaa lieen taken, but four were dropped. With stirr wind blowing down the wicket. Uuddard persisted ... ,tn part-Urn* bowl* i. while John Tiini \v;i; neglected in the outileld yearning. ] Imagine, rot .. few. overs on this {ast surface with such n wind behind him When the) HA4K III Ml I. THE THREE TORNADOES. Vimoo<. Oyclaua and Edrtl, returned to the Mand yesterday by thII. Willenistad" after a %  uccufnl leer. Barbados worad M points and Trinidad 39. W.I. Captain Has'BlackDav' HERE IS "OUR" NEW WORLD CHAMPION By FRANK M \l;< \ v SYDN1 The West Indies i IDUIO n 257 to black day OH Tue: rill ba made beIBpC. 'Illot dinners of the King's rifle shooting. the pistol .22 chi schoolboy. Stephen Ci and a City of London p itock owner lh the West Indie*, of tune. looked weU rt. when Ravine, was iropnaWd by Akbart breedKard Charles, rettftgnugd_ ai deceived him with flight and mg Akbar, run down In the world champion in the U.S.A. i i. torn rtralgtit by the winner Chita, lost when he outpointed Louis laaf uarten f .. Umgtt >ear. w*< never a big box-office I ntneuon. ball On the ,n.kei .rout the West And when Charlfl Qoddard %  by the veteran. Jersey Joe Walworrying time Batting falluf*a to. colt last summer, the American hhnttri ihe wiekei Marshall %  both innings with an inadequate heavy-weight market seemed to excused -it was a freak I owling atlm-k were not good have touched bottom. Walcott made the most unwise enough '" maJui an lrflpraa**on on I'nbealen attempt to hook a ball that never the Queensland side in the Brat Now Marclano, unbeaten in 37 i th.it left ChrUtianl and first-class match of the tour fights, appears on the scene dome/ C.oddarn's strategy of keeping Next move, they tell mo. will be No Purpose Hamadhln and Vala light lietween him and Charlei ntine .. %  Graf la tins, match —wnh a world title bout with rill possibly lead to his being Walcott as part of the pi l.md scored loo Marclano. by the w ml] t.i the tourists, experiencing already claim to be world chamnin-gettHig failures. plon—as recognised by Britain Worried Sleep J""J Eur "P/i h u *J* td ol C The team went u. I..-.1 early on '">! awarded the title to to, ;, Mrrwd liaap 1 ', %  " ' r "' %  l->" do wln Three Ttmm&nfm li.-i m-ii Home c> • I .do TornstaOai ^^•sfully defeated Trinkikd m ih* ""lal Torn.ido yachting series ever to be kaid n> 0H west Intttaa, rale the island rr.orning bj KM B 8 WlllemaUd Also returning on the t\illrmud and Mr. I. Huad of Vamposc. the boat to give ridJvldual perfnrmanc* Jackie Hoad of Ednl Parklnt, -.kij | * crew of Cyclone. M k raid Nicl urned earlier I ii PvrkJns t< w>r iat! 1 ha • "lie anil the Ti .'able," %  %  -In ; ::utdle the < Their boiiti in iha ,ine hafort the tour/ he *o i %  | keen In hll Opinion Larry flrist wa the outstanding helmsman for tin Trlnldadlans Ho skippered the T'mado owned bv "T' %  I Mi Parkins said: "W. Ircmaly grateful lo < ommoilore lh Trloldajd V irlit Clllb Ud Mrs Stoute who' % %  . %  %  I!.. |g looking forward to the visit of the rils Trained 1 V^rit ulliirai ^clcnli-ls %  KIM.-. Jamaica's greatest net %  programme of agricultural deveii.l be trained ,i... %  %  i s 10-da Dr Cummings was K A < 4 the Jat to study agriuhure in ''i j, view F.A.O. Skip ID tin ii itlon made two grabi catch. Harahall living up to hli name when S Itched In n bowler's footmark roke vntii-lly at right angle! The, %  gjgbi obsctin have battled tn but once C.oddard's purpose Is %  At live wickets ft>r 101 the game was beyond any reasonable possibility of saving. It wotild have been letter hud the Innings finished In a blare of Valiant .nid suicidal hitting. WSST INDUS — Fir I • whirh would have left the lour[(linking ,,l r Vida> tin ists two days of rest before the (j ..v of the Hist fast at Brisbane Snvold was beaten by Loui Test. Md %  Pnl of the "^ ."ow_Louis has Iwen knocked West IndU aantpalga to prove v i. ma in the world of iilcket Thilob ahead now appej riouab Howa v ar, Iha toursn are still brimful ol i onOdcnco, RI .I hundred |M-I tit •.culling event on the card .it Pig] Wai Ultarruptad OB Tliaa* Marlow mid the Metropolitan allow " %  phuwri to listen Hegattaa, two out of three at i-> .i daatrlptlon of lh> Melhnume Walton, and seniors al R ( up. The sweep conducted by the and Stalnes. In adflilUni. Tony by Hill Ferguson. Fox brought back to Iha %  IBV n t he every i-lassUof tr. benarlciar) of 'iniweanl U Khmles—74 To-dav Whleh the West Seventy-four veais ,.!,( i.Hi.iv Willred HhiKlcs. !,., >., v uj,OIUNM \KXi 1 m inningi *trK< It.Ii M. 1 TO %  h Mar.h^ll t' M. I. VUi-hol %  %  1. Jlm—.i (Hri oul T...I ROWIlNfi AKAI fSjaj 0, V K Trim IS • 71 (i^n-/ M I t y Vri... • j* n :i ) a S 1 s Wt INDir 1 (., • i II %  Chruiu. not i I'll* Toui tat | waw %  3 *lrh r irufui Arrhrr 1 f.ir ^fa .„ i JohtMtin u tor 14 id UrCocI 0 fo out by Marclano. I do in* think we shall %  Mtng "our" champion here lusl ,;,:;;; ;;,,:; yet. For the man l^hind Mr. i ciano is Al Weill—whose job ii life Is that of IBC matchmake %  n Square Garden. Nev York r astcM Veteran Cai i i'i.n'1 rwgfasjd a specia being lh "BOOSTER PUMP" SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. ft *ome day may graft a coaod heart to act as a booster pump to the system of those pti1th heart disease This Is a prediction by three Ghlcagi ipraiaUatS. Their speculation, contained In a forum report at the American College of Burgeons CJIaioal Consvaaa, Dri bnmanuel Marcus. Samuel N. T. Wong, and Aldo Lulaads of the Chu-ago Medical School revealed this in transplanting a living heart from one ntmal "o another. So far. however, they have not been able to keep the transplanted hoart heating for more than 4H hours. I p. WHAT'S ON TODAY NHaa OfaVal and OatM i 4>rlglnal luri.dl.t.ii, i 10.OH C II rt ..,:• lo.oe a ,n :r.im iphmie Rcrit.'l lire•e ihal In Mi. R. l>eFanu I l | %  I l\l HA* are—"Ta a i It! n. M,„ I ml | Dai (In I It.-.It...IN... >i>4 aauipii orea SM IH I !,... O. .I! al low lefthand bowler rickct has ever 4cnown A batsman, too. moving up in the England side from No. 11 to open iha innings, with Jack Hobbs. for Knglund Australia 41 time. hn llnnl Te.st. in 192G when he I ^ inig .->, his two f H and four for *i ut the Ci\'al play%  A .i great part in England'' The crlcketer'i doubl* 1 -ItMi wickets, icon rum %  een is his ictiremcnl in 1030. HOW Rhodes is almost blind to ti be eaii lOfiari see Just lo le in %  rlekel atmosphere and to mee? i rids. Olvmpic I ni, i:ln The men ho srUI atltei hilluin's Olympic team for pistol and nlle shooting are now Ix-ginnlng to retip the banefll %  resight and that's not to be B |okl Shooting under international %  to • Get trigger:, that go off at slightest touch are Thcyll Do It Every Time ..*_•>• By Jimmy Hatlo L'STESirea 7D THE K)Or IT-AJEXdAiM TWff CSJVE TD A GUY *vHO KEALLy COS5-THAHX to TKVlfiJG y.W t | ^.^ SISCOUN DISTEMPER ;. Supplied in Powder form in WHITE, BUFF. CREAM, CiREEN, BLUE. •: SUNSHINE and PEACH HMk remix for use by mixltiK 2V." pint* Water 8 with lbs Pmvdrr ObtaiMblc in B-A .mil m-1B packages at 21c. per lb •; FOB INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR WOODWORK $ r.e... ;l RED HAND WHITE S' PAINT Ori.-s with %  Hard Gloss equalling Enamel Finish. Does not turn Yellow. PHONE ir.i, V/ILKINSON & HAYNES CO LTD. \ ooo n o n iaoaoppeoeiBOO—— m e n nii, ^



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\WI>\|S||\Y MiMMIill! 7. 1*51 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAl.E TIIRKK UNFAIR TO CUMMINGS "*'"'' t he cartoonisrs "~* on first get-together with the top Torie* FASHIONED At FITNESS C— A I I 0 the the mint !" hat — which and urtttr. gate Its name now knoti. to the a'irruunr, too, • tamthmr with th-PK or Woutum tame. . • a noU ol ut know •haitn ~ Bntlrr—th* id Men ol the Tort But I mjut introduce pom to Oliver i.ytuttowt, who mm*—who km aum T -gtve m a ftoamdxmU wch-eme %  heaper than Mr. Stramhmft, Here, t'upioi't Crookmrnnrnk >• tuktn* a kMi vtew of Heaiih T| *-""U-( ../ M* Nu> you mmi meet afunsWl Ft*1 of c/mnx Ktuu U'HJ Mmcktum t-aptitg th'-tr mtoa for twthi Minuter*, the Home offtem and Labumr Lard Smhtour*. . afunstrfr r immthirlm. • . Undon KinrnM tsrrvtec Men of action Annex |er) time. The raft, *or>dtr.cite of Aerie* cellular fabric i* *pecMJl\ designed for memiurt.1 wniilM$,M. That i* hv dm %  OrxHnginf Fnghth undrr+*u keep* >our body at oas ccnttant temperature in neat or cold. Aerie* Kwwv 'o Mtm\ ns\er shrinks aitdal*a>s keeps ill frttorV Available at alljrincipk •"orei \ AttTfX PROROGAfTlON fh from page 1 On being -uinmoned by the %  l-Arm stattafl thnt His Kxidl. i v ..waited the House in th* Legislative Council Chamber tlM II ...I ft |.needed hy the M;irll | the lUM, went lo the Loud Batter At Race Qoune 3,000 Claim £56,000,000 $135 Stolen Sentence Postponed LONDON. Oct. 31. Scattered 'hroughout Australii Stnience war postpom-t by the Hon. Acting Puime Judge O L. Taylor on Cleveland JMM %  mj! pninter it rlUMOQ, H I delivered the prorogation -.perch and the House n united to their ChamFiance. Germany, Holland r lt urge. who was found gerflr) I'* offl.-. Later Mi S...U ..i.i vMnelhing to him. Money (.iven C\d Parti*. tUachtd to 'he el'iu-nt St.turn, said that he Miw Hit accused on Mapp Hill with %  i rwafliieiu'i Maycta which he baa bought from Cave Shepherd. He iinkedl him where he got the inonev from to buy the blrycLnd that hi* lather Had Colonel Miehelin told UM Advocur thai in order to relieve the .d trie Race*, a Mounted Police Constable U using %  loud r..uli i muestim; motorist* pickchin lug up passengers to keen on the and An" lri.i. ate's.Wlo'IlaimanU n idwTlirr it lha Kurt ",".i tad ight of the rood. MoUirtsts who to the ES6 millIrnut fortune of Jean Grand Sankm* vaaMrtru „t the C'vj" w nun. re not stopping are raqueitedM. Thtery, .. Ho d-.-,l over ?00 Vari Inrrenv of |||5,'the pi".pertv f The aenueil waa taken to the ber There the Speaker occupied k9 *P n thc lefl ** lne roffld ; 1 *" ago in France. Statlev Seah pmprieioi %  ( the St:.t-o., I' >h. Co; i..i.lHi an the chair of the clerk of the Hou'w df lrlam lo are askedto woll( on Belmont Ttxi ( ah Co " %  -'-' * wei '" r und read the prorogation order. ,ne right of the road. j u prove that blood is thikei Sliepherd nn-t *aw a |100 bill The session then came to an end. The Commiasloner said; "Thi lnan wa | Wi 88 members of tlur The offence was committed on which the arcuwd gavo up in %  the members separated is helping to relieve what has been grlgian branch of the family anJune 29. Mr W. W Recce. K.C.. paying for the bicyelr Thithe Speaker wished them all the otherwise a congestion in tin* holding a reunion m Namui, Solicitor General, appeared foi money was identified by Mr. compliments of the season and a araa." [telgiura These potential millionthe Crown Stanley Scaly told Sealy a* part of the money which Pleasant rest though it promised ll( M. the Court that on June Z he was i„. had in his desk at his ofllcc l0 i5ifrl .^ _ .. Miiul.i AH M, iiL.if'i.ilr! Thi-.v. have gathered to talk in his ofnee when a man named ,„ llelmont jTw;lSZt MUSIC A WakHlt'lCl llboillIhclr dear ^ epartrd anw Mr. Brion paid him JIM This Sa d th0t ,u SYMPHONY No. 5 m C Minot lor-and his money. Part of thc money he put Into the dek thought they all wanted to wish Mr. Speaker n very happy holiday by Beethoven Is Included in thc heritage The In his icludes whole di* rictv He was not so sure about the rest programme of mualc lo be preol Paris. Including it* Town Hall for sornrt i m f. While away from as many of thorn would be entented by Mr. R. LeFanu al the and Government buildings. ^ offlce he remembered thnt he Britiah Council. "Wakcneld'". ai _.„,-„ iD „ had tome money in l desk and ,clock tonight. The md ut the ^on is U relurned for „ DUt lt A .,. The programme Is:f ,C !J he ,iT t: \ n ^J ^TeTia!n mlw,n H re^rted the rentter Overture^SEMIRAMIDE reeogiti-e thHr claims !" f obtain ^ p^^ RaoBlDl. payment in cash ol a substantial Piano Concerto No 1 in E Minot P ar r *• *'" a j' h wh J ch Ms %  CUfr TO[ ,oW the Court WMfcjj —Chop* b**" lv,n K '" th Stench Tiaasury that on June 211 he saw the ~ gaged in friendly eompetiti competition which he sincerely 5.15 hoped would remain friendly. "I hope wou will have a nice rest m the next six weeks." Mr. Wilkinson ended. Mr. G H Adams associated himself with the sentiments of Mr. Wilkinson. He hoped, he said that some of might lam :i raal and reIntroduction and Bridal Process — LA COQ D'OR — Rimsky Koexako tu since Napoleon's day. Crammed into a tiny room over! 1 cafe in Namur. the "relatives"! who came from Brussels, Liege.) B eethoven Ghent and Charleroi heard their 1 newly-elected president, 50-ycar^* .— tj;l ,;^„ old Marcel de Liaer. declare: "The Migrant ^inklllg Germans took Paris with 8.000 men. There are 3.000 of us. THE motor vessel Migrant sent p or ^ l% our property. Let us ., out an S.O.S. from position 'HI march on Paris and establish our SeiJSaTt^l Norlh 7(M0 Wps on Mund -' v cU.m" t,epwtamc (.our.rtat|ni tnai ahe wM |n a Bin icj n g indition, according to a cableThe Thiery family, wiping beads gram reaching the Harbour and of sweat from their brows, cheered loudly. The motion was adopted. And *d con of Mr Seal Gl ll.TY Of BKSTIAI.m An Assi/c )UI3 at the Court of Grand Sessions ya a fntaj found AIIn>.l Springer guilty of J charge of bestiality on M iy M TluHo*. Acting Pula O. L Taylor postponeii nlem c The offenee was tonmutletl , S^gaJatr aid Members of ffte House of Asaniibly 3. The purpose of our meeting toSh 'J? ,n W"" 1 >*****> day is to prorogue the legislature T"* MiaTaM has made trips to with the view to the immediate Barbados wi" l lumber. almost any day now. direetiv dissolution of the General Aasem__ — will be Issued by Press-mmrjed th which was elected three years /6 Ltavt Qtl Can. CfUISef Marcel de User Tor a new ago. I do not consider it would be The C.N.S. motor venal Canaappropriate on this occasion tor dian Cruiser arrived here (rum me to review the work of the sesCanada via the British Northern -Ion or to comment on future prosislands yesterdav with a cargo P*S ,a „ Including pickled pork, onions. 1 would express my appreciation mHcker e| and fruit for the careful consideration which ey^ brou „ h flve passengers for you have given o the many and Barbados and taking aboard important legislative measures vaslon of France Longshoremen Block Voting PYREX WARE All kinds cheapest prices U >I. 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I'M.I I (II R IIAKH.ll>'>-. ADVOCATE HI IIM -I>\\ MIN I Mill II BARBADOS £| ADVD6KTE t. 1 • 1 1 -• liwu i L*C1 VYr.Inf.da> Vnvrmhfr 7. 151 NO PASSPORT TO PIMLICO n nil. MB CHUKC^LI/S position, to-day has been likened by the British Press lo the [MO when he had the task of leading UM liniish |>eople in their liftht against \ \/l This time Mr. Churchill has come to office when Great Britain faces national bankruptcy. As in 1940 he has come to office after a period during which he frankly and frequently criticised the policies of his predecessors. But as the Twbaln Post pointed out yesterday. Mr. Churchill will not llnd so responsive a nation as he did in 1940. The whole British nation could visualise in 19M> what was meant by invasion across the ChanI nel. Tiny are not likely to appreciate in the same way the peril facing Britain from national bankruptcy Already the flaily K*press has reminded the Socialists that this is no time U> be happy. U) rajoica that they are not in oflfcea having to clear" the financial muddle which has piled up during their term of power and has warned them that the danger of bankruptcy is a danger which threatens all Britons and the Commonwealth. Baopia't memniu's are short and adherents of political parties are quick to apportion blame for present troubles without taking the trouble to investigate the reasons and to appoilion responsibility where it li.*s It was in September that the world began talking about further devaluation of the pound Yesterday Mr. Churchill, the realist who promised Britons toil, tears 4fld sweat in the dark days of IMC, warned in the King's speech that hij goveiMiient viewed with grave concern the lomtc siuiition of the United Kingdor.i. "about which a full disclosure must be made 0 the nation." That situation had been building up for some time and .n aaptcmbef its gravity was already bein^ analyaad by the experts. Reaso.is for anxiety were the oil dispute with Persia resulting in a loss of British prestige and the spending at a rate of $350 million a year to ensure essential supplies: the fall in prices that the sterling area receives for its raw materials: the effec's of increased rearmament on the demand >r dollar goods and materials: the British position with the European Payments Union: and the terrifying rate at which the United Kingdom's deficit of some £400 million a year was running. Nothing has happened in recent weeks to justify optimism. Mr. Churchill has been called to power by the voters of the United Kingdom to rally the nation and to arouse it from the apathy and dreams into which it had been lulled (despite the heroic efforts of Sir Stafford Cripps) by the planners of the Welfare State To-day the whole social structure of the United kingdom built up generation by generation, century by century, is threatened by the grave economic condition of that country. Mr Churchill is shouldering the task which any Prime Minister of Great Britain had lo face. It was Britain's ser. >us econor.'.c condition that forced Mr. Attlee to have an election at a moment most unpropitious for Labour victory. But if Mr. Churchill is tackling the grave internal situation of the United Kingdom with the realism that he showed in the moment of the Commonwealth'* greatest peril, there is no doubt that his government is already preparing a foreign policy which will help to restore Britainprestige so lamentably lowered in the last totterini* months of Mr. Atl lee's admin it ion. As soon as Mr. ChurchiU feels happy that Britain's internal condition is recnv mg adequate treatment, we may expect to hear that he is planning a visit to Washington. In Europe Mr. Eden has lost little time in improving Britain's prestige in Europe and his contribution to the current United Nation:, discussions in Fans will show that Britain intends to play a much greater part in promoting European integration. No statesman ^n Europe has played a greater part in promt, tin,: the formation of an European Parliament than Mr. Churchill. Tin-re is too a welcome sign that the United States intends to support the British Government in their firm handling of tin MUkUa 1: ^' situation which has been provoked by in Egyptian Government anxious to a %  i up its own internal shortcon,: |>ealing to the emotional and dangeroui spirit of nationalism. When all these necessary steps have been taken and Great Britain's role in the International organisations clearlv defined, then and nol till then we may expect Mr. Churchill to consider the mtelon to Moscow about which there has already been •peculation. Ry PETER Dt'FflELD DOWN Ml a bawmem rdom at •he Science. Museum. Ktfniington. there was UK hum of %  mlniatarirnuvM uroMiter. An uniii.rur cotour-Alrti fllrked wn Ihc r%  wall. Vi\'Ihrnwrrc acenes of th %  ; Ktml"i. Then of the British Embassy in Moscow. Suddenly, two pretty girli were seen walking towards us down a path in thr Embassy garden, both waving and .•Milling and acting aa though they were desperately One of the girls — pretty, darkhnired, wearing a bttt frcck — came close up rfll %  moment She looked straight it the mm, smiled meagrely, wagged an admonishing finger. Her lips moved. She passed olf the screen. Down in the basement room at % % %  Museum a man turni-l 'She's saying Hullo, darling. keep waiting for me' I knots; that's what she's saying." Pathetic Film THIS pathetic lillle (Urn WM trnge, thiweek .md afforc'-d n RickltU, the man who %  IIIK irr km with and marrying a %  his wife for five years. For 70 aevjmds, on rently brought out of Moscow by a Hritiah friend, he watched the miming of 29-yc.u-ulri haida, the girl he married when he was i security officer at the HnUsh Einlssy in Moscow, the girl whom the rmeign Office reported kidnapped from her job at the Embassy last week the girl for whose oeleaae he h*< now [petitioned Stalin by cable—and the girl who yestcrda) sent him a cable. "I am living at home. Love you always." But "he is also the girl who has found it impossible to get a passport lo her husband's home in Pimlico. He recognised the blue, highheeled shoes he had long uo saved up for and sent her. "She looks younger," he said, "and prettier than ever." Brought AN Echo THE unashamed tears In Mr. Itlckltts' eyes as his friend from Moscow ran and re-ran those 70-seconds on the projector served up ap Anglo-Soviet problem in its mos. human and its most easily assimilable form. II brought an echo of what a British delegate once told the General Assembly of the United Nations "Perhaps mre ihan any other %  ingle fhtnu." the delegate said, •|he SotHel action OUST Russia Mtjpg g <>f other nationals hflj coni*ltired the aeetfaae person I hat. for Mr. R.ck.tti a cabin Irem Moscow brings news of big Russian br.4e hM behind the Iron Can-tain. What has njppened to fhe other Iritont who married Soviet girls t Sew— • &f them i., W. stillborn on... Mt irirr:)„ %  .s'ofiei Union Is a country hartented it to vontii.g So. e%  t mg standards completely different gates In London Jrorn thoie in io cuilued connThree of thr husbands flew lo trim. Parts—to try to see Molotov. What has happened to .he What was the outcome, of these war-time marriages between actions 1 Exactly nothirg save ih Soviet citizens and people of slow disintegration of e.h m:..other countries? What ha B hapilage. pened to the dozen Britons who, Coercion by Soviet police ha. like Mr Rirkit i, married Husbeen so great thot by l4* only sian girls' None of these girls five of the **• l ?" M,,n l 1 n bag been allowed to leave HusRussia had not applied for dlvoi..," Ek-r any hope remam that Since then two of the girl. taw he Soviet JoverTrncnt will n. *mgf ^gm^f^^ ... , .1. „.., abducted Only one. Claru Ha.i All Young. AH £***? and her slx-yenr-old son Nichol;.TtlKRK wera 30 Anio-&oviel ,whom his ffcaiwr has never seen) marriages duiing the war. Most remainsat liberty within thi Of the Britons were Setvlcemeii. British Embassy—und no one cai. Some or them were Foreign Offloj prK ), cl ho W i onf h^ r liberty wll< employees They ranged in ranK las[ brigadier to a nav ll ts • graphlst: in status fiom a capyet this week In Britain thu t.un in UM Brlli.h Militury Misof the husbands I have true** Kmbaasy messengers. The have tolu me *epjrately: girls were almost all young, al"We still hope on . most all very pretty As far as there can be a spoke*The men lived with their wives man for a scattered misceila.i. in apartments: some of them had of husbands whose main comnu children. It was only when husInterest is that they marrio< bands were re-posted to England Russian wives, Mr. John K and made application for their Bolton. once an RAT serge;'.i wives* exit visas, that the first and now a market gardei.er diplomatic nft appeared. But up Coggleshall, Essex, is thot ma> to 1945. and by personal represenHis own wife. Nadia employetiition to Stalin, o dozen visas wcie as a typist at the Bniisn Em granted and a dozen Russian bassy. disappeared in Februar; wives came to Britain. this year, has not been heard • %  Then war ended and down since. Yesterday he gave m jammed the family Iron Curtate, news, as up to date as he had It Since then the husbands have of the helpless but still hopeful. acted In concert — but in everBritish husband*, decreasing numbers. "Moat of us have scattered. In IWfl, 15 British husbands in he says, "and In many cases out England awaited their wives wives have either been forced U from Russia. desert us. or have been kidnappe In 1947. IS of these signed a or disappeared. Two of us. Patrulekter appealing lor help and Henderson and Alrred Hall, have reason eettled in Canada, where 1 believe Twelve of these later formed {hey ttr 5* lh working for the repp %  actior squad" pooling their 1"* <' heir wives. gratuities and savings to pay for "Hall was over here a campaign, hiring a mobile summer and curt headquarters (a plg-swlll lorry), told me he still h picketing a Big-Four conference at St. James' with a banner rrndl to see me. Ht I hopes. "As for me ... I hope on too.' Fiom Mr. J. T. Burke, once in ing: For British and Soviet the Merchant Navy anfl now i consciences— We are the British bank official ,.t Ealing. whose Husbands Without our Wives." tall beautiful wife. Lola, once atThey attended Westminster detempted suicide in her unhaphate< circularised newspapers, had plneas, came a similar story. He 10 000 copies of an open letter had not heard of any of the Bnnrinted and distributed. tish husbands rc-msrrying. He Sine of them swore an "oath believes that at least nine ot them of faithfulneas" in a solicitor's wilt never do so. presence, signed It. sealed it. WCWLD coevsicHi sEsnvgp hound It wtth red tape and pre— L.E.S. Is This The Secret That Shrr A RIDDLE was baffling foreign By SEFTON DEI.MER king authorised the announcemen' diplomats in Cairo at the time 1 ,h 1 hc would %  • Wl *~ or, mu lcft there recently sister of Premier Nahas's wife^ and Uonal power of veto to bar any "How lung will it be." thev that, far from being a poor, landanti-corruption Bill which did nol asked, "before agitation is rll was forgottei %  rnmeiit, however, resonant. King Farouk protector about ihc land gegl, the tax assessapplication down, of ihe poor, father of the fathermenls. and tare other scandals, bli they, said, "Is close land wos much gratified. and litUe. that had been exercisairpori. But again this was not the end ing the public. It will be added to the airport of it. For hardly had the king The Opposition leaders had lr shortly when the field is enspoken, when the mass circulation play-along. And so did the king larged newspaper Akbar Leoum came out The situation demanded national That aeemed to be. the end of it with photographs of all the most unity Anyone talking scandal a' Strange relevant documents in the case and this .noment would be howled Bui it n ST la Augu.1 of complM* H.I d Ihc 25 bend!down a. a traitor. %  I report, began to be clarle.. IntorMtfd' J'C&STS&SS Tk Bombshell 2 When Mr J3S J-. ?WJ tb, OS !..,.„ happen!.,, lo Ihe State The Oppudtlon party in the U.S. Ambaaudor. called a te land at Mariout adjoining the Egyptian Parliament proposed a da> l.lcr with th Anytican pro.,,., ,..,.,. 11.11 i.iitiHitlng an Inquiry into Bli poal he was received with Ton iSn cEU'to Ihc airport fortune, mad. bv official, or pollh.u.htlnej. by Sal.h ed-Din Ihe had been aligned bv Ihe June t.ci.n. .Incc September S. Ii. Foreign Mlnl.ter. S3 under which Gaballah had Naha, .declared Ihe BUI w unHe ... kept •Undlnglr IM.CUJ ,l„„ne> U v..v. lo pu.h 'landing before %  Ihey were inrij. member, of her famllv. including through a .ubatllute Bill orderm, ed. "We are not nterejted in thew hc. little iwo-year-old daughter that all official fortune, .nould be Pfr-U. H-^ ~'<"k raHda and her ninc-vo.n-nltl son .ubicct to invenugalion for all That I. understandable enough Fanda and her nine yejr om >n ^^ % %  year. The Oov li.ined h.s 'Tins land." AL studiii Our Readers Sn\: Th,< i.iiil. IVarfra /v y v./ To The £dirT The Adrocale.— SIR,—Pie.-*. • %  aiiov. m. through i.f your paper to lhank all those who sent answers to oui questionnaire. With three exceptions Ihe answers we received, if relatively lew. were most encouraging. Further discussions are to take place b> nv Committee and an announcement will be made public later on We hear from different sources questions we asked were not clearly understood. Evidently' some people have thousj*4t that p*rad la irn financial assistance they would be heavily nnilvi'1 In building the theatre. thai was not meant at .il! w. i an ri erely asking for With Christmas so near we consider this an Inopportune moment (or opening a ubecrlpilon list. In the New Year hope tnat all those who offered u* support will help us not onl> with donations but by organtidnK entertainment*. Perhaps those not reply on account of their uncertainty will respond when our subscription Hit i opened. GOLDE WHITE. Hon Sec Theatre Project Committed. 'Inhuman.' says the Dean of St. Paul's —head inc. the comments on the Pope'* declaration SAVE THE MOTHER -OR THE CHILD? Ilr M. B 1>IU"-' Ua DMH •! %  • %  rt %  "pi."" %  M a*.i.. I* u .fia.iUM Ufa •! •> aMMi THE miat tji argument stirs again over a .mail bed in the centre uf a large room. Thei "•gure on the bed is a woman, and the people .. ndinv, <>ver her WMT famous faces. Should the mother liw or the baby ? The must be made. The woman is the hnd the doctor knows she cannot! survive .1 I've birth. A venerable old man stepped forward—asj reported recently—and laid down the lawi for 330 million of his followers "To save a mother's life is a very noble aim." said Pope Pius XII. "but X)w direct Killing of the baby as a means to that end 's not permitted.** And in those 26 words, the Pope has cut clean across the law, the practice of doctors, and the instinct of many people. CAUSE OF PAIN AND MISERY Listen first to a great man of the Church in Britain :— "The Pope's teaching would be regarded by most normal people as inhuman," saidj the Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral. Dr. W. R. Matthews recently. "The Pope seems to agree with Henry VIII, who said. 'Save the child,' and allowed his wile Jane Seymour to die. "It seems to me that the death of th.* mother means the loss of a valuable personality and is certain to cause pain and misery. "On the other hand, no one knows wh.'lher the child will live. One eventuality is certain —the other problematic." The dilemma of the doctors is no less •reat than that of the Church—but not sn ;reat as their classic oath suggests. The most famous figure in medical history. Hippocrates, spoke the words of the oath %  very doctor takes: "I will give no deadly nedicine to anyone if asked, nor will I aid a A-oman to produce abortion." A judge has answered back—and this was lis statement of the law :— "Where a doctor believes that a child cantot be delivered without the death of the. n<>ther resulting," said Mr. Justice Mac| taghten, "he is {entitled—indeed, it is his luty—to perform an operation as soon as >ossible with a view to saving the mother's ife" CLASSIC CASE OF 1938 That ruling—given in the classic Bourne ase in 1938—is endorsed by the famous vnaecologist who says:— "Most doctors do not hesitate to sacrifice* %  baby's life during partictilarly difficult] hildbirth if they are satisfied that the mother's life would be endangered by prolonging!!! t." But "there is a moral aspect," arguca a (oman Catholic priest at the time. "If the inborn child is a living person with a soul, vhich we believe to be the immediate creaion of God, it has all the rights of a human, tenon It has a right to life. "A legal system that encourages the des-; ruction of life and tampers with the sanctiies of human life will set the people's" fee* m the way to self-destruction." BE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY' Dr. Barnes, Bishop of Birmingham, delined to comment last night, but he is on he record with this statement:— "I put to you the thought that the Aid :ommandment 'Be fruitful and multiply and eplenish the earth' could be deemed divint10 long as the world needed more human >eings... .The primitive need has passed.. -*o the question arises : Is human life always ;acred whatever its quality or circumitances ?" Return again to the Pope. He says : "Every .11111.111 being, also the child in the maU'rn.il %  voiTib, has the right to life given directly by God, not by the parents, nor by any society ir human authority. Therefore there is no nan, no human authority, no scieiuw m in-dual, eugenical. social, economic, or mom' mthority that can show or give a valid dec %  .ion over an innocent human life." There are many who will have difficulty it accepting that as the controversy is thrust la ind fro across the fireside. ANTI-SOCIAL NONSENSE A woman social worker who telephoned, the Dally Express recently hi-llenged tha /iew saying :— "But the baby is not a life from the ver. beginning. And to say that the mother's HIV should be sacrificed for tissue that can; neither hear nor see nor think is utter non-' sense." And "highly anti-social non-sense at that The man speaking now is Dr. Norman Hair, —a man with a lifetime of experience m iynaeeology. He added last night :— "If ont has to choose between saving the mother and saving the baby, it is more im-1 portant to save the mother. In the majority of cases she would be able to produce more babies. "But often it is not a question of saving the mother 'or' the baby, it is a matter of sacrificing the baby or letting both mother and baby die. "Even in such cases the teaching of thr Roman Catholic Church does not permit the destruction of the child. So 'both' mother and baby may die." And almost no one hears—among all that noise—^"the small voice from the bed." —L.I. s VOW l\ SHMh MAA'TATMO.X A FACMWMV r. 1 MM fa* WBVYS Call and Select Early from ADVOCATE STATIO.XICHV. THE •PEDIGREE' KITCHEN KNIFE of Many Uses : & • Sheffield Steel KITCHEN CUTLERY C. S. PITCHER & Co.. LTD. Ph. 4472 Enjoy a DOMINICA CIGAR On Sale at Your Druggist DA COSTA & Co., Ltd.-Agents THTB WEEK lHoliday Wek. Thurwlay .md Triday being j Holiday-, w* beg yon to Phone EARLY for your favourite PARR a SWEET BISCUITS In Tin." and Pkga. Start ih. day with a bowl ol OATFLAKES .24 p*r lb. For Your SaaMches J. a R BREAD ANCHOR BUTTER OX TONGUES CORNED BEEr LUNCHEON Mat* 1 ROAST BEEr HAMS In Tins POTTED MEAT LIVER PASTE PATE DB FOI8 GODDARDS FOR REST SERVICE



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HI 1>\I SD \\ M>\ I MIIKK 7. 1951 vllls \l)\..( \l| PAGI Hvi ACCUSED FOUND GUILTY OF LARCENY SENTENCE POSTPONED \\\\\ MlVa THE Hon Acting Puisne Judc Q. L Taylor at the Court '>( Grand Sessions yesterday postponed sentence in Horace Pile who was found guilty of stealing from a dwelling hoi to the value of $29.68. The offence was committed on May IS The articles are the property of Poster King of Lodge Road. Christ Church. W. W. Hrfi-c K.C SoUrl-Tayloi* Acting Puisne Judge Mr. iri t for the prceecutton uiles*d ..used) on May 23 knowing thai Kins and his family M .,: Ledesj Hill val-' l from ISM 4l G 1 T.ttlrr, Judge of th %  King l lid the Court yesAssistant Court of Aix-al ha:' %  ..it he live* ai tadcr* It" Chiisl Church, and on May 23 * Judas 04 l'-fi his homf about 6.30 a.m. for will he addressoj as His work. He returned hone about ihr Judge Trm aiijiOiniment "iJO p.m. the same day and f->und came int.. I -icfriaj ihat a donation box was miaslng Mr H A Vauuhan .:i the bureau and A. J H r> trr • S'ST* V!"? v h h ls vaUird "I '" .3.20 and looking Into !" rrwul Mr H. A ralmi %  n \. 1 I Judge HA ir the petty rx*bi Court i A" while Mr C, R Chief ClerV nf Ohtrirl "A" I. aetlng %  Police Magbttritr i Dwnct A Leg.Co.PassSI.120 $1,920 FOR LATE REPORTER'S WIDOW uii mlch wait hanging ver -"IU bed. he found that $20 were also mlsi'm: Inform iiiinn i.ve.1 infoi-ination from Drajtpn and went to the Police Station and repoiied the matter. King, wtti i %  • %  I King, said that she knew ihe accused for sorm-lnr... On May 23 aha left her home about 7 r.m. and returned about 5.30 p.m. She searched tor n donation box whit-h contained $6 in it. A karctl light belmging to her : VS also missing. On Tin besrielal May 24 >he MW the donation box day passed a Resolution for 54 420 In the possession off Sgt. Speneer SI.:'. at the (>i-tiP oraiiu gratuity to the widow of UH Muru-1 KIIIH. dauchter of i.lj ,., r. \ M..vnaiu Oftlel;.! Kblg, ,iid she helped her Reporter of the Roust i I .u making a search for the bly. Included in the J4 n | articles. She found 'Sal a donaan amount to pay for bringing Mr tion box. a torch light and $20 May nurd's notes on Ho., %  •rare niiwlne. scmbly delwtes up to date. 11 H St John told lold ihe Court thai *Mmberi •,{ (ha council that the he knew the accused for someDebates Committee had I > lime. On Mav 23 he wu at stdarlng getting a dlctapl lodge Road. Christ Church, bethe Official Reporters n that tieHi "i more ,: MiIV" i iOUlehh H<'i)orti'i'h iilight read Use l *aw thj aceuatd apei roming from Mn. Kin*'house afterward* n type! type tl In his hand. When the l rhed him turn What he had in fie %  % %  it from. The accused did not answer him. He a*ked the accused to have a drink with Slim at %  phOp B.G. Police IHfieer Pavs A Visit T Whittingham. Deputy %  In Brttash %  invert in the island on B S haafOfw, i M was on I Mr. Whittingham. called on Ul, Commissioner Rer I ml uiund the ..fterwarcU voit.-d tin COU tl B i I Wakefleld." iih miingi Dpi uted h> ; ham. i BJJ <..* i Force will m —ild areuiert went home with the box nnd left it here. In the shop the work. Hon Dr C II St John i M i • the 1 • i %  snu "* jy" l,Id ,, pa n lh *' %  puzzling box ' H n ( n Bveljm tt> the Debates Committee: the carrying !" „ K hM Commlttw Ilox Taken Provision Is included in Wilhelmina Pitt also told the Resolution for: rial she saw Pile, the The payment of cost of living accused, with a box coming from allowance to the Official Reporton the booh of Mrs. King's house, of the Leglslatun at the same Sgt. Spencer attached to the rates and on the same terms men<-..ition said that on tloned in Supplementary Eetimi about 8 a.m, Foster King ates. 1951—52. No. 26. report l. the Station. He The payment of an amount of then investigated and went to the S.S7B for indexing the volumes of 0t %  .u-euaed and *.utinii.-h.iies of ihe legislature for him about II a.m. He toM aim 'be years 1944—1951; that he was accused of carrying An amount of 11.550 for the paytlonation box from Mrs. ment of %  ubeUtutes 'or UV Kind's botam After this the Reporter of the House of Assembly i iil showed eiim where hid a box. The accused went the bushes for the box which %  he while on leave and lt>r bringing hi: arrears of work up-to-date The payment of an rx-urarin gratult) of SI.920 to the widow He took 'the box from the the late Mr. E A. Maynard, Oftlaccuscd and Mr*. King identified clal Reporter of the House of at property. The accused Assembly, was then taken to the Oistin Police Station and charged. At this stage the case (< >r the prosecution closed. Giving evidence on the stand, the accused. Horace Pile, told the COUM that on May 23 he was on his era) home from work. This was ><*" about 1.30 p.m. He was passing KOaplti through Maynsrd's pasture when ttsoftb; Seaman Injured %  seaman of the schooner TimotfiH A. II. t'nnslupt:akcn in the General >ith a dislocated hand %  r the schooiu i .. -null box." The top of In Carlisle Bay yesterday the box was broken and he took Phillips got his ham* raught in It home and showed it to his the deck engine Timothu A. H mother. Vanstui/imnn was not coming to Before reaching home he passBarbados on this trip fro ed Dravton and Mrs. Pitt tnlking. Guiana, but she made the emerWhen about 25 yards from Mrs. gency call so that Phillips could Pitt's house. Dravton asked him get medical attention, for a drink. He refused to give Timothu A. H. Vatislinrtmon** bJn one and eventually Dravton mainsail : %  badly l< in and will M carried him to a shop where they mended while she is here. The bad u drink. Dmvton asked him schooner left British Guiana with about the box he had. cargo for St. Kitts and Antigun. Hnu*e Searched meeting light wind ami be**] ft uhraii I \H n m showers of ram on the way. pm Captain Sloll said the mainsail got heavy and. with Insufficient On Mav Sgt. Spencer accompanied by to nut mother'_ i ••• ... ,„ _!,. %  • |lll IIVJ> • il U. uri IIIMIIIIIII'I" His mother asked Sgt. Spencer what Re was searching for and he told her that Foster Kins bed reported that he had box. His mother asked h. Hal donation ,.i he told her 'no'. log, Sgt. Spencer took a statement from him and look him to Oistin Station After the jury found Ii schooner from Bar bad oi KitU and Antigua Timofhi/ A. II. Vanilii|/liiian is consigned to the Schoonei OamerS 1 Association. criminal record—told the court that he knew ihe defendant wabo two petit larcenies. On the Pile guilt of larceny from the last conviction—September 27 dwelling houe of Foster King. 1950—he was placed on a bom] ImersoD Howard — keeper of the for two years in the fUsrl ai s^4 Ketch "T/.ii Hang" Crosses Atlantic In 25 Days WIRY and weather beatpn Brigadier Mllei 45-fOOt batch Tzu Hang off the Aqua': on Tuesday. cotnplttilU %  'J."tH)-nnle Atlantic crossu the Gang Tin Hana did I' In IS da) %  vere t)U wife Beryl and >>rk on the s|n (1 Shr cUmba the rfgctaaj like a reel saitoi %  c ed in well. Thi^ Enntish i are making the enttri with I'.u Hang. The) tactad i.ui from England on July s nn> aa> "don't be too dramatle in rout e/fl mi voya] e bo | ,,i,. i had an exciting moment." (lean Docltg T/ii Man*, .i in rutty l--.kn, Oil the OUtalde .ift.'l fr.iu ri.tiHC from Rngland. I^ f...fe end her deck looks neat and a rubbed. Waves, constant!? breaking aboard when I ui sea. save net new the trouble of i leaning ran l :• tonnet Ii Txu Hang hai i length of 48 feet She is II .1. 8 ins %  vide .ind draws 6 ft. 8 Ins. or water. Although a sailing veMsel. she Ii equipped with n 14 h.p. Mmn Engine, Miles Smcvton uses the for taking her Into harbour. With trade winds blowing will, Tim Hang it i to her crew. Under W -.Ms end mi/7.en. she sails herself i. • %  way. Onlv m I %  Uple Of davs Of tJi%  i Atlantic the B) ban Bd 'laughter had t i %  v their hand at -leering and intrade winds light for the ketrh to it i* done tins way, Wles aid Fron log itasnl ropes are run to the till.r The stayiils ore attar bed In such n way thai th. the ropes accord)i. to the pm nking them and HO opeiati^ tiie till, i V. i %  .it always in Ihe wind, Itiiilt In Hong Kong Tau Hang wa. built f ng about (I vr.ir..,;" 01 Ho| lllder of Til Mo Shan, t gk On page 7. fnm Thr ftoasaYpg Open Air Service At ttfut/iimui's it. i. Mali. 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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 19.11 It \l:lt Mn >ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONE 2301 Tie chaw %  inn*. laae i D eat h *. MM* i • % %  u t %  ,. i ...-.,--.. %  ,1... •Or My niimM of wort* up to M. ai %  NW aer word on week-day* and • MM MB woH to Sunday* 'or each addiii—.i war*. Par Birth*. Marruige *r E*gag>n.ent snnouncemer.u In Cartb Cal.i g th. rhergc UUfllDt any number of wordi ur to SO ard I rtnU per word (or each between a 3* and 4 p m. Sill fo< U*Mfe NaU.es MV attar %  -a iinn* Hall. %  Flu.belh Aged a•I lease, the above -l *M urn to-day for All %  i. the WM< ncndi .ktr HITIUIII Albert Wrtrh and William pollard IN ML.MOKI.\M FOH SALE HMi-iim rtfi w*M. n ceo** H coal* S**4f M ••*• real* a **• •ao** M fa-dak*. AUTOMOTIVE ClAnV On* V- FOrd. Ml tend drive. ft II K iierfecl working oiu. M eg > Slieet • it si -en IM M _..r. SOIee. Mileage JS.00 .rd %  pe-fe.%  Courtesy Garage Dial MIA • II II* %  Cy,B-Br.r IS M r Perfect I — Oil mi iroughoui **(• nuIn only Not drum ier !B M P II Trralid as on', child Musi be seen and driven la be appre•1 Apply: Courtesy Oinf* For pedigree trial and full pau-,iian Price tl.BSB allM if PI imt Mini is ii in ii SALES NOTH I KEAL ESTATE irn bert to Ki> lor the Partah PI .t-U.sheo' m t office at reaaury. Chn*t Church, i Thursday !• a m to II papa. •Signed' H T G WARD. hjnmi| OMnr. Ckriat Church I II II -J NOTICE PAMBU or %x \MIRIH IIXeUBBY OIVP NOTICE that | haw ajlabUrtvad m> .dlr* ai Turne. H.n PU.-L.tuv. Oo. ftdwra Tucaday Wednesday and Thuradn Item Ham P A tNGHAHM. J P Pdrlah of at Andjcw II IT—t f n HOUSE iNdfc Cottaa* ..tuated M Silver Hand* iNrh For full particulars r !" ** M L J* %  "" "*arlee Plan'.. I'II. or D.al 4— < .1*1Sr. • hatlel house I fViene* 1 ItSC MM Audit. J.i •* I'Ml MMI It.I — .. V.*w* 1 i:....,t n\. >• %  .! ...d M.:..!. on '. acre 0 land ll kg • Baj 1 for caah or 0 mun : %  d.v • %  •-•pi KM r>da.v %  %  niuiin %  PICK-UP: il> Austin o Pick.Up 1*90 Model Almoat new Dial *!%  I II SI .-1 ( Ml II — In hKlm u w u ua-v or my daar beloved son Can noun .1 %  ..> leu 1WT I do not need a ipaelal dav To bring you to 1 .la d.>! you : t n-rd lo And C\er to be romenib.trd by Larkene Ho*. -id .i.cintr l^toi U"ard iJaUier-m1 II ftl~|n ." %  1 > %  i<> i.%.-i*j 'nomorv of our d JT bet..Md lloaetLo Daxiflai who waa ^.it on November 7lh. IK4). I .1 ha. paMtd alncc lhal add the %  M I.M.I ...ilr.1 r l-id t pjM, In."* -i.iMnik halidi %  TMrtl 1 -l hn U • %  heal ka rrmembrrad b> Charlaa I uiirlai thuaband'. Hoi." Ntville. Caillun. Linda. lUicne. Uotolhy. .... II SI Ii BMkti ..1 ,.u dear Hurdle, -ho waa 7lh ol Novnnbrr. iii urn 1 %  real on MM. 1 Up* ran frame no anund Saviour be bar laitn 1 *ure ground. Now her ear* no longer hear ,\ ... bat %  • .. longer are %  he*. Fvet t.i li^ remrmbered py— DM Watd> family 1 11 SI Iii n In loilng memor.' of our rear beloved mothrr Martlia Philllpa INK T. Its* mi— mpp< wary ihud 01 arace who F\er lo be remembered by l-oulie R Hrndh-t. Marlha A Philllpa. Pit* D PliLllip. UHl.tn A Phillip* 1UIA1 USA papa** pMw copy i 11 It—la Foil i.i-;vr HOUSES BOl'IOCNE in 11nnrt ol lir.ltahed Dial •* % %  CAI^IH—Dovr OgggL nrw/ built VWUilblM 1 r u m January IBM DM BM 14 I •!.—t I a. l.lTTl.r MAMIl.1i.tN Bt Lawrence %  :..! %  I Vmitdah rnmni Hom, 1 BedD I.ii;r,lm, KlU-hen. I:.W„II. Di.-.l BI44 No Dog.. T 11 ii 111 1 Hour. St. 4.11Bl-3n I OS! A FOUND LOST CAT Mal r Ginger colour, ttravrd (10m >c II ihg name ol Uinrr Beautiful reward Return to Mr I ..mining. Airpoit Til M—In ITC I'All TIC-KFTS Autumn r*M M HJ and SMS LI. Nou Theai.e Finder kindly 1-turn aarr.e %  •> Aovmalr At) vrrt 1*1114 Peparlmerit i 11 si in DOO-Lal in the Rockier—Hailing. vicinity on Monday Night On* Large IHacb dog .Male. An.we.lng to the name %  il "Thunder" Finder plea** telenhon* •912 or SIM Reward offered. 1 II IIIn Kidneys Must Clean Out Acids .In tlio Kidiifiaor Bladil'r niak* yourauffer from < Jetting Up Night*. Nrrvouaneat. Leg Palna, Circled Tjniier Kyed. Bnrkarhe. Aching JolnU, Acidity. %  Burning rouugureo, don't rely on ordinary medi%  1 MS, Klght auch Polaona god troublea l prove entirely nalla'actory anil ba aigclly tha medicine you need or money back li guaranteed. Aak your .hcrUM (or Cyiuv. (Slaatai) iomy. *** %  T hgauar. .Cystex ,.,..,. rdlaaer*, Tl iiai r lig.lbd** you. SEA VIEW GUEST HOUSE HASTINGS BARBADOS Under new management. Dally and longlcrm rates quoted on request Permanent guests welcome. Dinner and Ccrktall parties arranged J. H. BUCKLAND. Proprietor FURNITURE AND OTHFF1 THINGS AT MONITV SAVING PRICKS Cradle*. Red* Wardrobe. 114 up. Bureau* %\~ up. WMhitindiMom., Tub. Hu*h and other Furniture—Table*. Sideboard! Waggon*. Larder*, Tea Trallei* Walter~China. Bedroom and Kitchen Cabinet* — Deak*. Bookcaiea. Booferack*. Corona Port-ble TVPXWRlTi;n. Bverlaiting Iron KITCHEN SINK. 30*14 14 S*v -Wardrobe and other TKr'.KS S3 lo pW L. S. WILSON SPIIV ST. DIAL 406B gagdakCIsUCAL D .1 : RADKW — one 10 tube Phill.pt Radio Hi perfect condition, loveli Cabinet .100 one "Philro" tub* model, con ditto., as new. No redeonable at** furfd AppU The Stand.id Agency LIVESTOCK The hall-bred' mare llartnol*. 0111 of O T C and Marina and in foal (or Battle Froot Thla mare la alao an e*cl lent plantation ndlng mare Appk/ J C Payie. Barrow or phone 3344 I II SI—Jn MECHANICAL AJR MILL -One Cllma lift Air Mill -Hh a pump both in good order Phone •l-* 3.11 si—*,. ruexn. STAPLING HAOOm lu rxrived Reoet SUplliuj Machine*, .id. lUpler*. ataple*. Iran-parent tSralrh up* and dlaoenaer*. foolecap carbon jutomatlc daUng machine. J A Marian at Son Ltd Jame. •ttieet • II M In TVPEWiCTtatK One Royal Pmlalnr t.prwnter. praetKally new. with magic margin etc al*o one It Inch Carriage Si.'iidgrd 'Underwood" trpewriter. vm mil. tued No reasonable otter ref.iu-d Appl"' The Standard Agency illd.-.i Co 14 Swan SUeet Dial SBSO J.IISCELLANEOUS AMF-lllCAN CHtUSTUAS CARDS)—A %  vegy aaaortmrnt ol American rnn.trrui* Card, in boKa* of II different Card*. i.lher cute aru^unconunon Clearing a| H W per boo You should call at our e and see them immediately. The Standard Again-y iB'doai Co 14 Swan %  treat Dial MM s II 31 S-, ANTIQUES — Of every dacripl|on Clasa, China, old Jewel*, Ane Sliver Watrrcoluura. Early book*. Map*. Autogikph* etc at Oorrlngea Antique Shop nc,].lining Royal Yacht Club 1 in II—I.I n IV* tur coal mulor. 1100 00 On show at Ion. McGregor Slreel S II Si 1 f II 1 JSHIONS UNIT* It. idv Inpadding of M 00 eacl gggj <.. PERSONAL The public are hereb • warned ugali.it giving credit I., my wife. MALVINA RUDDER eueiitml Starting salmi from ffgo up commensurate with previou* ixpenence plu* commiaalon, all %  !•< -i.d oht.r beneSt* Reply In own hand%  rTRSflg to Box A M S Co Advocate Co S 11. II—In PESIDENT CHEMIST -A Reside.-( Chemial lor Hay man. Sugar Factory Ltd Salary *110 per annum Applic.tlon. %  •Mtlng will be rereUed up to the ^uth Novimber For further particular* eppt' lo T A pMl lo* oui Office Appl) In application to Bee*• Si Trading Co Ltd Bay Street 1 ll.ll-4n THEATRE MANAGER A full time Manager for the PLAZA THEATRE Rarbareea Apply by litter and in peraon .1 the Office Of CARIBBEAN TttXATHEs LTD "The Banyan*-* Bay street, between the hour* of 9 a m and II noon, on or before November SDth The euc4essl.1l applicant iruit lake up hi* dutlei by January tih All -up licet ma* treated In strict conlVdencc 4 II.II—In. HEl'ltESENTATIVE FuU tiiie 1111-farbado. Applira invited Which will runfldence Apply: lar". e. o Raib.dos 3 II SI T11 ited In ttr in— Undo MISCiXLANEOUS NOTICE iMIL 11 or n 1 1 < t Having been a W flieer for the Part** a| %  berebt give nntlee thai my onVi 1. %  lUblLhed at the Selah S B*Md 1 nly NOTICE "J"Wl tELP-Htl.P AB104 I4TION Will I'..n.iiiers please n ote FrHla> h being a Bank-holiday money will not be paid out until Friday ISUi II II (VANTON Top Rnrh • %  .ndlng OP half *i acre hiving 4 bedrooms. Dinuig ( hot*. Sun Lounge, two fully lied MM* pad Mro..n Kitchen Outside S Car Garage. Seitanta Room. Children. n*v Room. The oar-1-m are well laid numerous Tree*, with double entrance The above Piopeily ran be purchased fully FurnUhed if so deaired With poo. aeaaion lit February 1SU > 1 %  ••" S II 11 In soricE PARI4R OF I HRI*t mi *( N SEALED TEWDErU. .marked u. ..„ rnvelop* -Teener for Loan"-, will he received at mv office up to Iff n n in Monday llth November, IMI, lo, thr *on to the pariah of riJOO 00 at rate nr Interest not exceeding ga awUlacised by the "Chrlrt Church Parlari l-tn Art IMI. such som to be ropold In ten annual instalment, ol riStfO each l.ignher with interest the Out of *uch instalment, becoming di > October loth ISM. CerliBcate* will be issued In unlU of ao 00 each WOOD GODDARD, I'l-' 1 BM v. Mr*, I'hfc.i CHut NOTICE IIOVICI is HEKCBY GIVEN, that I n\r rst.bllihed my ofnre at the Ve.tr, Clerk* Ofl 1 HIM %  m lo II noon dally iSHu ceptedi a D iivsor Reluming office, far the ill n( BTIgggSgwi NOTICE ri.ftTORH FAglHll Ol %I -nur-* I ha>. eMnbH.lied my aeJlre ai Andrew. Factory. H.mdi, ,.,,.1 Tl.nr. lam to 1 p m J C KVtO Returning Officer. St Joaaph 7 II 11*. NOTICE PARISH OF ST THOMAS I hereby give notice thai 1 have esubliahed my office at Belvedere near Hulieway. St Thomoa. Office hour* Tuesdays. Wedneerl-y ind Thursdays t 00 a.m. II am DOUGLAS IIAYNBH. Returning Officer Pailsh of St Thomas ;iir.i In NOTICE PARItai Ot ST 41BOR I hereby give notice that I -AM -.tied %  ofbN 11 ON .. 11 TuvidJ, Wednesday a. A YEARWOOD. K.ti.ini.u, a %  ., '.iisii of SI Oenrge. lioioi: LICENSE NOTICE The application of George Doughty fisherman of Halls Road. v .Idei ..I I lui ... I liemie No MVI of IPS I. anted lo Thcophilus Green id e In •peel of board and shingle diop. attached lo rsatdenee at Hall* Rood, Michael, for permls.lon to use laid IOT Ucenae. *l and pre. 1 I H-.iRoad. St Michael ited Ihls tad dry. ol November. IUI To K A McIJ-OD laq Police Idagngtntp. Di.l A Signed Cle\HirF. OBSZNlDGaV lor Aoplir .it N B Th. apullcllon will be condered at a 1 ic.Using Court %  Police Con' DM ^ ..Monday. llth day of November ISSI. *t II K A McLKOD. I'nll.-e Magi.trale. DM1. "A." 7 II Si—In The Land Arsjuisition Act, 1949 IKotlrequired by Been.... SJ Tl*"l .cu ntlitn. In." public purpose* I U,. following par Is of land contain Ing On* rood and svm perch's more 01 le illuate .1 the Dulrirt of Saint Chrlirtopher in the parlih of Chrlit lurch In the taland of Barb.dO* det.nl, In the Schedule hereto and more parularly shown and delineated and colred pin* on a plan of aurvey signed bv 1 C K Nichols. Sworn Surveyor, and led llth MAV IMI and filed In the lee of the Colonial Engineer having en decided on bv the Governor with Ihg approval of both Houses ef the I*g '•Uire of the Wand of Barbados by .lutlon of the House* of the legMla 1. it i hereby decUred In pursuance of Sectlim 3 of Ihe Land Acquisition Acl. I'mrim The dweilm* houtr bnowi 1 ll .IDT. St U.,r.r 1. Standing on S rood*. SI perch** of land containing 4 bedroom. .' watar, drawl** in* dmusg raom. %  lichen. TMIet and rbMh. 1 fsgnranli rooms. Oarage, stectr. Iig • L..d sufficient so build 3 1 %  lights! offer not nereiaair. Ml d.iv from li .. m lo 3 pm Telephone I1M for fanner partlcuara 3 11 II T 4tSV •'•igned Will offer lor lUk> at Publ* competition al their office. No 17 High Sticct Biidgelown. on Thur*day the It), day of November, IPS! at 1 p in The Cottage known ,11 "ttOMN". In the bg Avenue. Strathrs-de. contain Ing Drawing and Dining K.mini. 1 Bedroom* .formerly li with .11 modern oanyenlrwce*. and th* land on Which ..mtalnlng 1.310 .u..ie feel, fully enclosed In.peruon on application lo H A Cor• .1 Tl.ideK Ltd lor conditions uf Sale, apply lo— COTTIJt. CATFOHD m Co. SI 10 11*n RM 1,1 1 Bon s Modern I Dlnliui H Kllrher On' Serv.nl. i, 1 I Jill lull' I rhr Garden, an •ft bMSd) There is ,n '"'. Prtg and Te*etih,mg .-. further partk-utara apply Ralph He..id Phone SI 10 1 11 II n AUCTION %  the Estate of James B Scale. d*C*a**d to PHI 1 rhatiel houses on the apot al I A %  N. %  Orb .M Michael on Thureda* Sth day of Novembn. IP3I oHONAI.lt DAMU Auctioneer UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMEK On Thur*dey the nth N... at 1 o'clock ..I tin' ..u.le., Gay %  yd and rldrien bv %  re >lii:> %  [ % % %  s-s t I aery rrmta was brought f l iri) .. ." or n 111 g IT around and 'I thf fruit v %  riuhi te.,i!fTOtn ComBRMMJ nk King llarbados IM tnal fast expected to take pa,t %  I ihe game: ami Kei'h MapL. ., riteman witi, ., ivputation ->r leing better Ul ID He I'. ill be numh i ft team baltn I WUkinm.M ., IXOIIIHUIK playei. e/UI be LiKntg p|rt HI tho xamc. f>sd| problem in fir| .,,, ,, i ntlaasM u> u.. %  wepks ;,K rMMaaswMl toU Arivaeale ymtmdm} On ) I M some housa %  %  an i-uht y-r i, that Hreatlfrui:-. ln
  • ' lor Hi.ti.i, Gui a hy the Motoi ... .i Can* Mm M. Arriving hare, te.terda* mumlng bv -eeael I Flag*. M„„I,,,I Wr. T ii s"m,,-" ", "M* R nimiiig i oidad — .•si wrrr lark H mm Iron. Co.u.hai .„ Adri.i i '."I F Snuih. Srh Mary r. line. Sch l.i.l.. Anna S. Sell H Jones. M V I T. B. Radar. Sel. Mai v V r*' Keskldre. Yoehl Yachl Tin Hat.a. Hen I Hoaallne M. Sch I........ y, 1 Sl • %  "•' W S. Ii I Hiina. M V C I M Tamiii, Bch roa W Smith. s,h Mai... I! ABMIt M T;.. Hang 13 inn. net DH traga CaBJSff Islands Hydro. I.SIt km. net. Capt dooat iwiuneen 44 ton* m from St Vincent Willematad. l.afls Ions n* i. Il.i*t lr..n, Trinidad f anadlan Crulier. J.aj* | Clara*, fr t I Eczema itch Killed In 7 Minutes Tour akin ha* nearl. -.• aaa* •aeaa ikiii •• %  and raaae t. roi.u i:. aenia. Peeling Hurnl' Ringworm, I'aoriaala, I' IMmplea. Poet leek and other Met. tshea Ordinary treatments relief he. auae they do no| k 11 the germ rauae. Th* new .li*." an N.soderm. k.iu ihg g-rm* In I 1 Is guirnntreil %  In one week, or atom !'" % %  " 'I" guaranteed Ni*od*rm h Nixoderm r*r Xfcla TnaUll f. ukV %  SHIPPING NOTICES HARRISON LINE OUTWARD r*<>M THE I'N'ITKn KINGDOM SILTJENT" U(JA" rAi I l-ANTER" TRADKlf fTOtn . 1iverpool I 'pool ion %  aiw a Due Ltavet Barbados 2th Oct. llth Nov. %  th Nov 30th Nov. nth Nov. 1 Tih Nov 29th Nov. 30th Nov. 24th Nov. 0th Dec. Ketch -TZII Hung 1% From page 5 rcssci faun | for j I nihaliig of the I'jiiiwi fin Colon, i Bwlnburne. Miles Smeettm bought her over from Swinburne. And for spuce, T*u Hang carlies a small forocaxtle with .1 cot and next to that a two-berth cabin. A saloon with two folding bertha are midship. Then there Is the galley, a small chart room and a dof house. II. r mginc works off pMrol Mai QM ciKiking in flone with pMTOl From Barbados. Miles Smeeton ill be takinK T/u It.-ing l. Antigua. She will nail from Antigua for Panama bef %  on to Salt Spring Island where Hie family will live Tzu Hang will be drv docked I cleaning and painting. Mile* Smeeton is .1 n-ini-i soldier. He wai in the British Army before World War II. during which war he served in the Indian Army. He prefene.1 not to speak of his exponentlr the army. I* KIDNEY TROUBLE Nr.'g a mmdlcinm mad* spcia//v ror ft . %  yoa oaapact thai tBgaV. "i l Mi ta l u grraiurwsta agaar Sadacyg .1 gearajJV SMSHB1 that they need g o arracriaa gaadgejaa. Neglected kidatrr. gte. rMa M %  anoua djaTiagjaa; asaaaaajaj each as ha r b^ Tn L rt—iggita: SS. 16 MOMlrWatalO FOR THF. I NIT El I KINGDOM Vaaiel e. Closet III Vm *" For % %  %  <" "TRIBESMAN" "STATESMAN" I^ndtin I.'-iidi.n 3rd Nov. End Nov. Ibayo, aaatka, BiaaUar ilgetii JLII %  anth aralitiadi RgaJ %  anting. Tha ( ll l gal|ffh*j*aaataM tba kidocag grow ifsasBs* aaa fail to pertarm tasar MCBIVJ (oacboa of baipaaf ta> taawavasT bArmfnl uDsagtbas frosa the BrstaoL Yo, caa nstara d-ac *itai oreaoa | Mraal actreirr i b_ takiag; Ds Wax's PBBV They act dirnrfly an tha kidneji mu. a uoera u,. IMS I Jan I Nov I Mav IS Now SS No* M No* IDar %  >. 1 Dec 10 Dae *"taa, l.k. II Nov GARDINER AUSTIN A CO., LTD.-AgenU. i 1 leave tt.. tar brgndfu* Seawoil Prom ANTK.I'A AlKe Mm, %  gkfhaal i|...i,,t Huggim. Laol 1 M.M.r.M!,' I 1 PB Jr. %  I r-l ITJF1IT.I RICO George t WISPM, Marll n wn.„, Jamas %  %  %  • I H-ret A Walroll Mr.h.med Maaa Pstel I.I 1 vi 11 at s n\ N H 1 \ ov Eurctha Brtygaju Henaan Pirkertni William Clatwortr.. Will. Sj 1 .> %  -i.i 1 .... .. K. nru SflM MAIL NOTICF. M-.l. for Ihe Unit* -.11 lie .I... e*>al Office a. under Panel Mall at 10 „ 1. •1 Ordl mi the I", Novemlvi. FRENCH LINE Ur (ilr TraiisallintiqBf Sailing, to ENGLAND FRANCF "GASCOGNE" November 3rd, 19S1. via St. Lucia. Martinique, Guadeloupe and Antigua. THE SCHEDULE A1J. THAT parcel of land conlalnlng no rood and seven perches adiolnna land, of Saint Chriitopner'i Girl*' School ie Parish of Chrl.t Church and bound_ on land* of M Haiktwood on lands of A Clarke, on land, nf EstwU-k Kirlon land* of Ihe aald St Chrletopher'a 1*' School and on the public hl*M..v I .partic.ilarlshown and delineated Ihe plan thereof d.led the llth dav of V IMI certified by C K Nlchol*. AlJ.-nn> SAVAGE. ng Co IICNGAI.OW OR FIAT Peigli.h Couple, no Children desire Small House. Bungwiuw or Plat, on Baa, peeferablv unfuirothed Permanent Bet.t mnit be mudei.te to careful tenant* Pull parllo*. P co Advocate I 11 11 In MACHINES Old Sewing Machine out or order Apply V. Vaughan. P.ir child St or King Street SO 13 11 • '-*-'-'''''e^'e*e*e^VCrOOOOO< Siluatbns Varan! I.ADY ON HOI IDAV De.1.-. young lady companion. Whit* preferably Age. twenlv-Ave lo thirt Call after II m Hotel VERY POPULAR She, an B M fjjfast th. son or oven llouaewlva* love geyPoten* and onl %  one burner Easy to keep d**n and moder.telv nrieed NAVE ror BOOKin TET POR ONI' Call and are them for yourself before all are delivered LADIES! Just Inaacked. SPUN SILKS! In ri.in Shades. Small and Large Floral, A Bordered Dcslgnm You would love these. Call at — THANI-BROS Pr. Win. Henry Street DIAL 346G OFFICER PAYS VISIT 0 From page .'. he the M CO Ssf J in the Writ Indie; 10 follow Ihfj lean uf tlie H.u rVjllet Furcc which had dogs .learly n year nan. Rqa aacl Pcgg, (he local Polb Dogs, will be pre. COMPANY to*Hltt MUCUS nosened first Day ni*t.t Wlth.ul trylnatKNInot %  %  ...,' w.,rk" %  .ting Ihe I Thfirst 1 %  keoaan and rei Thus ing an. .. nllavl-rlnrf. oner ilng d Shadt WtrnWr] r>f lit shipment of PLASTIC CLOTH for Curt.tins are simply 'iOll*;Krs. Come, Hlv A Look For Yourself. /### 1 i:\m\i iMi'imiiM UTO -1st 0 l-AIMM tlaekj Heebo t. rid PlaaUUan* 1 %  ... 1 .... 1 ... 1 i'ii -. if .it. h ., .„ I Cl LN.T J I 1 Id Wnlklns A 1 %  I tmi the H'dos Hardware Co.. IAS. OIIII:\TAI. soi vt:.\iiis C V R IOS ANTIQ1 I S. I 1 M ELS, CARVINOl I MHROIDERIES Ftr. IT. Wm. Ilry. Hi. :; Dial 3IM ~VV,r/'.V.V/rVV.V/r',-. / ,V., I rt-WTgNIWI Fl,iMl I 5 — STAMP CATAI Ml rsi. CASH IKlXEh RAW m NEEJt, PII.RS STUI' g Hre^tone Cnr BROAD A I I DOR STREETS. a* 1 A .no NABBWARI. All >IIM >l S\I*KI.\\S Can now be had at WM. FOi;.\HTY (B DOS) LTD. Brighten Up For Xtnas We have a wide range of PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES EaUbllthrd ISC* T. liriillHIT Ltd. IS dl 11 BOEBt (K STREET. Inrorporated 1KB the world's greatest Lighters at y J Jewajllers V. De I>l A A co.. mi. Jhs Jtf/ut with (Built in 'Dufmndabiiilu Tncfrvuuuvuf'A Service Station dloms og: Jive StaA VYlotohinq Sunuins J.ohd fiwdi Charles McEnearnev Ltd. OffIC! 4493 WORKSHOP 4203



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    swm FSTABLISHED 1895 WEDXESnAV NOVEMBK! U.K. ON ROAD TO BANKRUPTCY Churchill Warns LONDON. Nov. 8. me Minister Winston Churchill warned the Com-I 1 Britain was on the road to bankruptcy l was taken to solve the serious econo-j mic and financial < I Churchill roM late this afternoon in the House to deliver' his Brat addrasa lince wtaiuag the General Election. I rted a general review of the state of the nation, i .nuisi iimnediaielv to the deteriorating ecoiiti he said waa uettiriK "tirst place" in the mind:, of the new government officials. He was referi isc trade balance heading toward • •HiO.OOO to £800.000.000. Churchill said. I can only lead to bankrupts LOSS OF CONFIDENCE Churchill said that Britain %  present economic predicament was the result of loss of confidence in the pound sterling In the rest of the world and also the loss of Iranian oil. Churchill spoke after the King's speech. The traditional is outlining the new Government's policy was read to 'he Commons and Lords this morning. Then Church: ivcrnment also warned that the re-armament programme was in danger of collapse unless the economic crisis was solved Former Prime Minister Clement Attlee opened to-day's debate in the eftei -meral criticism of the Tory programme Ha Bald tin* Tories had no clear line of policy "except negotiation" Churchill followed. Churchill was not present at the ceremony in the of Lords where only Ihe Lord Chancellor and four Royal Commissioners wore red and ermine robes This ... iga absence annulled the usual colourful state Diplomatic galleries were crowded but their occuiii ordinary dress. Hill will elaborate on his plans in typical Churchillian rhetoric, especially upon the international aspects of his policy. His Chancellor of Exchequer R. A. Butler will follow Inter this week with the promised "full dls%  at) nit tha aconomlc situation. KING'S SPEEGH Th,King's speech said: "My Government view with grave concern the economic situation of the United Kingdom about which a full disclosure must be made to the nation. The deterioration in the balance of payments has caused increasing anxiety and must be urgently remedied in order to restore the fullest confidence in the purchase power of the pound so that we may continue to obtain from overseas supplies necessary to maintain employment and thi ij high level of production "Measures to this end must include drastic action lo reduce the growing inflation which threatens th* main tenance of our defence programme.— V.P. TO THI: t'OIWII. ^Vaaaaa E aaaaar LaaeaBBi a. w ^ p 1 T Ay r i* /1 La aaal M %  \ Lv Leas : '3 a* BY^ 2 ilorst Carry Top Weights WEIGHTS for use AulUKlll II..IIU ii III In i Jj it. to be run or** lim.i were iwufu ,i-,.iu4j .nu *u*. MOirl. gsnaassasj IBluaiun and HgagoBM rt Ha top l( nu.in in., i c .-*," live race*. In the Autumn Handicap thr 0 rl*v ItUMMSS Will br merlins siain over S' : furlont* and tor lhfa> rvrnt the handlcapper* have given FUM Budin and trund. 113 Ion. each. I usBudiel was unsuccessful ui the Maiden Mlakrs earlier In the day bul came back lo lake the B clas* event later In Ihe afternoon. Arunda won the Maiden Slakes by a ahort lir..i from Frenrh I lutirr Taf laitcrs weight iIhe seme 111 Iba. which she carried In the Maiden. In the Autumn Handicap for r. class winners (he eld mare In hi*inn ha* been given i %  Iba. She Will not a winner on lb* firM d*y. but ran a close third in Uie €" claaa 7) furlong raee whlrh i won by Flleuxce. The latter haa alao been given 118 Iba. to rarrv on Friday. The dis'ance of thta race will be 9 furlongs and Doldrum who ran a clone second or the drat day hi* alao been glvrn a ralae In weights. The handicap* for the two race* are aa follow*: KM i NO. It—AUTl M\ HANDICAP (CaCt Maidrnai a; far. Fuss Budget .. IIS Ilarham Jane .. . 1 Mabouya in Fire Lady 124 The Thing ... iei French Flutter in Arunda us Dun View ltl Dashing Princess . 12 RACi: NO. II—NOVF.MBfcR HANDICAP (CftCZ winner) 9 fur. Inflation its Doldrum ... %  taSwcel Rookot in !*• IK rUeuxea ltl Tunay ltl Eisenhower WU1 Not Express Views WASHINGTON. Nov. . General Dwight Elsenhower said that he was determined not to express any pa r t i sa n views about United Slates policy as Ions i.i he was Commander of the Joint Defence Forces in Western Europe But he told reporters that if Ihe time ever comes when ho feel* "my duly compel* mo to speak out, hiwould do it positively end deilnitely." He made the statements at a conference just before he boarded his plane to return to Pans .it 11 H a.m. after .i conference here with President Truman, military and other governmi nt official*. The General said that he did not have the "slightest idea" now about how long he would hold the military post. He ddc i l im Irving to do a Job." Eisenhower said that he had come here • dily to discuss military .fTiiir* including equipment for his European defence forces. —47*. U.K Troops Will Stay In Suez TOM COM. I.V.YCW W f> LONDON. Nov I. The British Conserve ernment served notice on Egypt th.a It intended to keep British troops In the Sues Canal Zone despite Egypt'* annulment tt th* I Anglo-Egyptian treaty. I" Ihe note delivered In Cairo, the Conservative Government int.* Egypt It would continue to carryout the policies first laid dwn by the rueeni Labour Government. The note said Egypt's voiding the 1936 treaty nd agreements on )olnt aCbnlnlStftc Angl->-EgM'ti-n Sudan was "illegal and without vnlidllv." The note wa* In reolv to Egypt's notification of Otobei 28 that it had acted t.. v >td agreements. Meanwhile Lleut.-Oen. Sii George Ersklne. Commander of Ihe British troops in Egypt .-barged tne Egyptian Governnenl Tuesday night with doing everything possible "to turn this situation Into a siege and starve out and frighten us." Hio-dcnslnit, lo British tioopt In the Canal Zone Ersklne said eountermeasures he bad %  reed to take because of Egypt's "suicidal course" would percussions outside the onc The warning came as Egyptian aids against British army ran ind troops increased In the last wo days and as Cairo political %  IreIrs believed the chances of restoring peace in Ihe uneasy Middle East were "receding," British sentries exchanged nre earlier Tuesday with Egyptians near Isinailia without casualties and .i British signals van was ( %  red on along Fayld-lsmailia •"tad at the spot where a post exchange party was ambushed Monday, —r.p. iKntmn to pragenl Mn up-to-ilate( r^i • A #•• imniiuv of the financial ..ndl Snlll A III*** hitold th. M.,us. The Legislative Council met half an hour baton tl i bin > in.'ingution and pasateri a Resolution for $4,420 Afu-i the puaslng el tM-, ne.nim ihg council adirned fer ive nunutae. tnaflvg brought ihe time to gboul two minutes to three when the I wan tapocted to arrive During those live minutes some ?'> men ami a fi-w s/ooiga inil Chnmtter to wilnc. the ceremony liesides these were about IS pupils from the St. Michaels Girls' School and nbout Ud strewn al) over the place. \ ", iu>t "TT 1 *?' Some of them were lying there! ""•' M m ldnlIh three deep "—W.'t.tlose-' -S Jahn (aruirta's oldest inrorftgM 4Wty Tuesday alter a day -jL.njt—** nd Inform^ntv at TredWTSVI, capital e* New Bninawl-k. Ruslc ids of persons (rum miles around were on hand .o greet f]i/abith .nut her DUfband tin IXikr al &linburgh. Then vtsll #as so informal that a group ol admiring co-eds succeeded In sepirating the Duke from his wife or the first time In their Canadian tour. Parks.—The ijitm A Moc will meet today lo choose ljitin-Amcriean candidates to be MbraltMd lor the president of sev. ral United rhttleni Oeosml Aa> mmittees. Latln-Amencam. although having already presented lo llll the post of General Assembly President, will nevertheless aen.l candldates for the post of Proaldsnl nt the General Assembly's I'ohtu ,il Economic, rinanclal. Social. Administrative. Budgetary. Trustee-' uu, „,„; number of school noy ship, and Judlcal Committees. ( At 2.58 pm. thr QorOTnoi al (rlvi'd and sent the Sergennt-atnelrade—The WO^bound Ortsntl Ajing to summon Ihe members of Express was wrecked in .< colth. House of Assembly tfion near Vlnkovci ulxiut 90 gave his ihoti speech !.. the effect Noe I i IE Washlngti The 7,176-ton ire.gm' IVallon II M.r Nnrih WasrUrujtor rasportad that the vessel messaged Unit ti> 16 man crew was "abandoiktni si 1 Tha Sliitr s Steamshin I • lie rates tha vessel said a i rew ol U including llM Maslei WM i The i ompeny aid the ispluced 7.176 grogs tons India cm Portland with l .i I nt — V P. French Assembly Hack At Work PAHIS Nov 6 Ihe French National Assembly MHI Senate reconvened tat 'he winter session, after a month and .i half of forced" recess. The As.oiiinly was sent on forced varaii'i by the President Edourd Her-iot. on September 26. and the .isnate followed. Herrtot also llsi'd Uie duration of the recess because of tha petit U-wl group*' ruUIfry to reach n> agraement even on Ihe date ending the mm%  vlon. The Assei June 17th II political crisis. It approved Ilcne Pleven as Premier, but durng 12 weeks of debates which followed, the Assembly more than once threatened the Cabinet's life. ination that the Inter session will be at least as perilous for Pleven as the summer """"" _.#. nblv ws elaeled on After a three-week The -ADVOCATE" paya for NEWS. Dial 3113 Day or Nifttt I DelCn le shortly ius!ng ni urtialtMM MB. J. II. WlLKINgON, leader of the OpaoMUon (left) and Mr. O. It. Aoams ulttit) aaietig the nwnsber* of the House of Arably en Utsir way f>o*o the Aasembly Chamber to the Legislative Council ChsRibrr wkfrr H.D. the Ooverojr air AUred Savagu pruBOgned the t-rdsy. Police Troops In Rabat Stand By To Prevent Rioting RABAT, Morocco. Nov. . DETACmnWlTS o( steel helmclcd riot police and od ready to smash any attempts at r intelligence repiirts indicated that Morocco's planned demonstrations in the French Pro rate Reports Mid that the demonstrations w mid Big 3 Ministers Aigni' tin Joint J Middle East Polk y i I'AHIS. Nov. 6. AUUIOIIIMIIVI* —Hir e — said that REDS ASK FOR AGREEMENT ON Big Three Westorn Foreign Ministers had reached complete ..Ki-eement on Middle Eastern rsaUey md had decided to go ahead With lhe joint Defenre C'ommaii.l •••r the area with or without Egypt. Tha hourtes s^iid tha* Britain and rrance had not only reached CEASE-FIRELINE lull agreement on their MlddV ^&f*W i*ME*KJMil& Eastern Policies, but that the United States had agreed to supKOREA. Nov. 6 port them fully. The Communists demanded an The door was left wide open immediate agreement on the I-Egypt to Join the projected 1 ceasefire line today, in an apparCofence Pact for the Middle aau4J*n< attempt to* prevent further as an equal partner, hut the West-' United Nations odvances Into hod agreed that I Nrt h Korea. Britain. France. Turkey, and thn| A United NaUons officer 01 the United Nations Genoa. Uni^ spates should J HajfJ j^ itbtm^n^re^t^r ; lend weifiht to Mor.Kcan demandg i*'"' ^^ PJJJJJ !" "**' tlmt. \jy virtue and In enercise of| .i by ihe l.-Ueis Patent .,f His M.ijestv the King dated the 4th day of June. I'J.I. he was then proroguing 'In l>e|[iflature with .i view to the lmth Otnrral Asseml l.v Formal liuw Al the end of Ml :i '.peaker and member* | Mr use of Ansembly each gave a formal bow to the Got I I lafl the Council Chamber The House of AssembU i I mel ; %  '. 2 30 p,m arhao the Spa ied the Hou-'' >s e wJ nai •botll to f-i' man Mr. Kenneth Moore, ehair%  teps*nd*nce, \iKilhtr IVfiTth Lintr For ^ J. lU'NKinK. Ftaixe. i A .* %  ir.er '" %  ing vlt.: whJt he rails irreligious launched from a French shipvani.' -5__. HJeO-tOn Flandre. Tlie French Resident Governor Ccnerat Augustln Gulllaume conferred at length last night with the relpnlng Sultan Sldl Bo Youssee at letters the palrtce here, and It is understood. thialnssi his Sovereign's support for his policy of firmness In dealit al communications uniting through that %  %  i in:-. %  — urolect th" f'" 1 10 armistice, so that .,,.1,1*4 •Iiall i>. !-_ %  •> >hj^ u ma id irea —r i' U Antilles launched .-cssels will come Inti ..lamenting %  Enrh ship will carry 785 passer.an al %  rp aed i f 23 IUMMI n I regular fcrlniifh'lv gerwill make regular call uir. >xtre~lists. Crack Colonial troops which ue I dti %  war footing since the bloody rtntimt of Nosfember 1. were made ready last night and r.Trventlon In the eveatt of near troubles. Early toiasnsn were posbsd on strategic points !n Armoured cars and eadv in harracks thtxajghout the Protectoeate. —U.P. CRICKET:Lalest 12.30 BRiaBANC, Nov 7 Tte West ladle* <*ere eteesl at 232 run* for 6 wicket* at lunch time to-day. the last day of their fonrday match against Queenslsnd. LUKCH SCORE BOARD W.I SECOND INNIHOB Overnight Scor? 14Ti for Chrlstiani c Harvey b Rayner SO Oornei not out ftg Ooddard not out 41 Extras 13 Total (for • wfcts > 232 8th wicket feU at 169. mid stall as long as they wished M nest inns a She fat* of thousands of Allied war prisoners • Grn William Nuckols said that the United would not even consider .i to" ceasefire, without lather essential conditions for an Including specific arrangements. relaUng to prisoners of war now in enemv hands." i NuckoU ^id -I do not think [ >ersonallv that the United Nations Command has any intention of walking away from Korea and leaving several fchouslands of prisoners of w.ar la '.enemy hands He said that the Communist demand al today's armistice .Sub-committee meeting repudiat ed the stand taken previously by Communist negotiator. General Nam II that the tlgh'ln* n until an armistice has 1 been agreed upon.—UP. I horn loo," he w II look into the ul taxation polh \ > 'ii '.trie thi removing injustices Ud."that they hole question profits earned eilh a view lo hlch are nul nly giving ilse to eritia ill-feeling in Colonial and other overseas territories, hut also having unfortunate effects at home Mr Moore referred to a visit he had paid earlier this year to Trimdad, when he RM t 'he I %  >n Huii'it Ranee, "whose wudom ,md fuidance Trinidad n mngulutI; forcusagtu to have in this formaIiva phase of it~ I Adult Suffrage "The new ami liberalised con. titUUon Introduced last year following elections based on univer;il suffrage i-. working well h* l'-ir!tinl. ci tha new ah ..\ng with our Industrv. and we with the task of improving workirt;. : economic conditions in v the efficient and cnconduct of Its oil indt itry. a task in which our genrial manager. Mr Bennett, both in his duties with us and as a member of the 1-cgndailve Co making a valuable contribution. "I venture to think Mr Moore added, "thai Trinidad has turned its back on any ideas of nationalising Its oil industry, preferring the wise course of co-opei tween GV %  immunity a/rd industry, to the mutual advantage of all —B.U.P. I The Biggest Man In Europe r. AWBteu IIAKKIMW By I*II < HILNON PARIS, Noa | The biggest man in Europe riiht now Is W. Averell Harriman. M )ug4 the MajaM Amerieiir|. Harriman wins the bttM ribhon for all breeds. He is a Ull riight fellow with grty hair. lv DUIMM and many dollara. Harriman has i-bout $5,650.0C0U0O for Euro|i\ and Y ani money in any amount. They -nt money rnora man they wan. .i manner of They have got pa There was les* war tall Paris ye-terdav than In two M n Washington for tha' matter. Monev Is Scarce i" %  Harrhnan I H it the Mutual Seeurily Agency ID spend billions of dolgeban Am n : tl itlui or less. Harrm bos of the less ,•!! kl mril Committee or ih North A Untie Troaty organlznc Mlnisters of other !1 NATO metnn Harnrnan's Committee. It was set up when ltt< NATO at iri Ottawa Ii ber. —U.P. Smoke to your thrc at's content du MAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIOAIITTI -J—'



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    rAr.r. TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7. I'l.l CaJiib gajUwg %  Hi: U l\M IC JT artst*. shr docket in Port-ofSpatn a day last v/wk M Sit HubOTl RaiuT Coven < uth ASM !' ini.inm-tl ,i r T^"K special flight for the bond -ind Mr. %  Dai to Li It" I Trimdrug. \. _-. ,dad traffli manager for the airDuggar. .f M-a Voift made his carw-flelds unto the highways line, aroarnpnnied the Iwnrfaman Biscoveri foui yean .•*>. when he h d broken away several holes %  and manager. %  ' years old. "' %  "" %  "iUriiig the roads. By It w^s nearlv midniftii when Ve penlcilUn mid trepto,wo O clo *" 1 k yesterday while \ i II iueuwn from omc of %  >* cane* had been New York, and they set a purtle mould. lint it cures diseases straightened up and lied in—by lor U.S Custom* omeiaJ There irlier antiPl"""> cana leave* (ugatliii and Is nothing in the Custom.. reguUblOHe MpPClaUy tfteetiv. uniiing them al-mg toe ii.Ol thai coven ping-pongs and "I ng cough, types of * %  *Ws about four feet from booms and the Customs men tSd l mm and .. range of £• **£*£&" •" %  "', ,,n V" asked 'Should *ve els Ift th. -aaaa. '•"''' %  • %  lv)n %  •*• %  Htf highas oil drums or mualeal intru1" Du| a 'd, small "mentit"" man with the encrgs %  %  ) inten „ „ The problem was solved by the of one in >iis prime. DS.OY t^om petit ion Ihemselves SHUn* up' D] prora Ion be a myco*I{S. J. W. P. HARKNESS. wife IWlrwMirla In ihe Customs tofts! -an expert on fungi. He irl 0 .'C D and Ws Mod it'll :ieri at the airport, they gave an began hi* search f.-i %  urn antJAdviser will ii resent ihe'nrlsa* at ,.iu concert, which Ml i"""< in laboratories at i-eart hc ( nw p !" ..ZiKh* *• Cuetosiu men i rfc. M* years ago. cEn"mr u -' ai fhTnL? n I ihat these were ..'i.i retiring from ., professorR^T ' L .,hiP SI W,>,,„K.,n University. JJg" S^Ulday, November Two Couples On Haft Find NO MARRI A<; Each Other 'Repulsive' Romance? One Girt Says 7 Wanted To Scream' MARRIAGE FEAR %  SPAIN mvofldMiti women are not a bit marriage in their old %  women over 65 got %  •triad la*t year Twenty divorcees re-married, while 29 divorced men took the vows attain 7h. re were 66 divorce*. 11 of these taking plac* after one year of married bliss. Twenty-eight couple* weni to the Courts after AFTER two lisstavrritdlrouplei had .pent more than }2j^ m ^ y ^^ t tJl^lL i ^ thr* month, toggte on H^fout raft what would ^ t f^ ^'SSSLfS* jou ex|>eust completed a 1.800-mile voyage down the Ohio and Miasi^ippi nvers : "We find each other repulsive." But repulsive or not the four are sticking together to on the dollars which will come to them in a variety of ways. ?25?JZ2&V2? ,h ertUcls "_'s> "Oon U a hi: fellow and I'm of "bluestockings" and newspaper*-. ( ^nall myse'f -even the early wroth of I l,ir mothers, who wr-i ., pp wn y (it was on|v 21 ft al Ute klea of thlr daughters i inimpej into each othr.lar with two strange r-.-n II w us nu JLf ^M 1 J&At**!* '"""' r "d inen al night, wn< i Ellin McCrady. 24-yeo.-,. lb n 0 „,„ bll|lk Washinirio:.. ghl ' district*, wn'kniton. Dr. Benjamin *• <-nd rains draining off sodden lursjomye tin st u Jen'. i, togs She ;idvcrti-. but only OeraldlM -.. id redhead f" ne of the tl n pttsJO, incniy of men v In %  l ighed at lurid out Brown and lsBlsK|SBg>llcatlCslis uf thatvuvaar Forester, 30-ye.n New Bedford. Maasadn. Don vt [ t \ : ..y ou tou |,, n t n ., d Canvas Cabin with more d Then, in their ran. a wooden *•*•*•. We dldnl have platfOTBG bUsM 'ii oil dntma srU n, and certuinly nothinc un 8 ft. by 8| ft. canvas cabin i:i "'' rotnanUc-about," ihe middle, they set off item New Purpose of the trip—1 0 sec how K. They tied up on the ring baik I.E.S at night, ute all their meals aboard. Don and Gerry diil thu. cooking, the two others washed: up. . Diiftmg slowly with the cu -• rents, they sailed for B7 rlayi be-; fore reaching New Qrlaang. They were all glad it was over.' Gerry said: "Now for some! golf. And then Europe. 1 hope and art schools." Mary Ellin said: — "If any woman ever wants to' know If she should marry, let! her trke a trip with the man first' on a raft us small Bl ours. That; Journey certainly wasn't conducive to romance." And Gerry chimed in. 'It 9*>uldn't have made any difference if our companions had been Clark Gable or Tyrone Power. ERNIES Oar Ernie takes iluopportunity of thanking himany friend* and members Pgr lurnlns up In full force last Friday. We shall he perferrninc again next TUIHSIIAY at 6 p.m. sharp. There will be 2 esil-overs Mk| ith Uie help ef Uod jiirt my supreme being I oh 411 be jmengsl you. New TWEEDS Exclusive designs WM. KM. AH TV (B-oos) LTD. PLAZA B'lOWft OIAL 2 3 10 GM>rr M. FiP'i Ma >-.\iu a i "BREAKING POINT" 4 "FLAXY MARTIV r T ml. MAVQUlu .v SCOTT TMIIIUbAV 1 p i .( % %  .If HALT. RANGER OF CHEROKEE STRIP %  i"< i.Mrn or aosu o Colo, a, TchmtoliH Gordon-kSacRAE Jun* ||/ CSIIOIH STKir P* > FORAN AnUR WR'IAUi 1 Rocky LAKg In— PLAiCA asMMN & NAVAJO TRAIL RAIDERS AKD r*.Nrr rntw ator by rhnlcolor IIOBI r.U-r BTHOIK & %  \MIMM1 III "Mil "IM. SON0 %  Carol IAVK A Mai WAI.I vet ^ IIIMMIN 11K-. 1.1 xllh Noah BCSRY . All IV THg GARDEN — ST$***• To-dJty ..ltd To motto* %  M p tn AllBOTT and COBTXUJO in 'II AISiT HAV a DVMillOl" UAMK ri..niis-. i rnr in svr I-.I onnrcN OIADUNC At DAWN' run Su.ru > r.ETURN MATCH Afar Rat BablBMB—Raadi Tstpli MaM out really musical instruments. The sUver-palntad parti ware The. Ural commercial produetlor rarrled into tinbaUfOOm ol tin Q| .INHMIMM.I, Itcgan HI 1948. ll rtBhtei * *>*| U B_n w.iidorf-AMoni, HOUL where th. hai bae •• a vaat M>mmercial ...K.11,^1:. L Wn S lnil, r '..s held, and Ihe lnv.idenb -NuDjecla have been selected for era rehearsed their programme. in. Huggar h.is Ijeen louring !" 'J"*** 1 "* which takes place on TVv also met Mrs. Iteid again '-"'"I"He Is enroute to IViirl !" ovcm er 24th. There are nine and presented her with a doll. ; Hivcr to coiitinu, ( "" %  "'d nine girls. S ift from the Tiininir I : I'-uenii with the.r •hildrcn ""•" ; %  ** orning ha Li at work na y entered the compel! ion later the same dav before a l' y ***S *?* '" |,,,,f uy wllh J>, I"** ,n ,hp t >• %  uaicr UK same da>. inioic .I | tl „ S si.,uiiitji. cordially nv ted to a-tend argc.ind appreciative audience. At W(S k ^ llds hp dr|vM M the InvasWrs gave their ,„. lay with his dg gramme. They opened with S Nrw England. Sh calypso, -Rum and Coca Cola," .k.u,... and followed this with "Mumha Duggar rhO Tn %  gfSJ on oi .\ usually smokes Tonifht OVKRS.of cla! music will not |>uk up lb* gramophone in Fi" Then cam* iinoHni lll(t ,,.. _j 0CROSSWORD • > T rr~ p~t 1 r % %  • T" *' HI MlMill II III! Ill VII lltll 1.C* %$m. W. AT %  'Semi ram ide;' tainly should. SSaTSS ?Z" r F Z: sSjaaVfe iroduclion and Bridal procnilun —JJ* c l D ''" b> ll,> ., I omorrow ivorsaKov and ends wiih itovIhown'a SjmpaUiy No. 5 m C humid !.. Rive Ihe first bmadcast by i steel band In the United Slates. Thev ..ppearcd In Ihe Ted Mack Amattur Hour, a popular weekli rspOMOHHOW allernoon at 5 Minor. ISl!^Sjr£lrS.' n m '"""" '' ,Xk Dr """'• ^""l"" r=5,£3 js rt ..ss ?£a£&3^ Annual u,ve *F *"'v*ssr* ^. Jl. tlUiln .rniidad Isal i Barbados on his annu..i A.nnrice (t'iripoaec I I julnt i ISI Ii Don md ii %  i Sam t; 1 SKSB she HOW OOttOU *4itiKT* as I I %  It ms prtvrnt co %  Ihr rniowl of tl-oe slo sick ||1 views of Britons, who have reby the Barbados Utenry Society who l,ve s m Tn lidad ,. eentb' heard the Trinidad All -nd the British Council. In BarbVdoa M T*U 1" .S-...I Percussion Orchertm, Lhai The poems are read by Stephen eninvinj its hHu. ,•"""' Ml band represents a real Muiraj and include the famous uSSbft WMEXTZZ f\^ "i"" revolution In the world of music. "Tintern Abbey" and the "Ode" on M, rt^W" C if r,!lt Church. -Bl .P. the inli, .Uon. Of Immortal,,, • j-eer a.^rechin C^U^ouv."'" BY THE WAY T HE Beachcomber poll is the only poll which takes into conn the statistical i al latli l implicit in any cross-sectional in.uiiv JIKI, at the same time, allows for intermediate marginal fluctuations as exemplified in the ratio of the number of prople i I to the number of .Tit|i;r. tinned. Ii. .! cleverl) discovered statistical law known a.* (he percentage law, it has been proved th:ii the ol any standard percentage by a figure representing its foeflieient equals the common Denominator of the original ligun It should also bo remembored that i : rime to rontrattlcl .1 is niiinerdloiticiil foreca>.l of .in rvi nt made before thnt event takes Inlrrlttilr 1'rodnose: Sinclv. n of an event were made after the < .ent had taken place, it wouldn't be a Ion Mvsrlf; You have taken my words out of my mouth. Prodnoae: The lime to contraitut your figures is after the event Myself: Ahs' Hy that time 1 shall be forecasting some!limit alia and the public will have forgotten the whitfe tiling f'iauvo at AaWftoMRMr T HE pea-pushing contest up; Uangyrkyn batwaan Evans the Hearse and Reg Bodgcr. peteretl out veetordaj In rain. The whole affair was a flai co. At 9 15 a m the n; Tom Onchurch fired the startinggun which blew his umbrella out of his hand Evans got off to %  Hying s.nrt. using his HUMlike battering ram. Budger wa* more careful, as though feeling his wav By 9 24 Rodger was jabbing hU nose about in u big puodti lost his pea. Evans had got his nose stuck fast In a lump of mud and was swinging hli < % %  lei.tly from side to side in a frantic effort to disengage The ribald laughter of the crowd d t<> Propel Ux limp of mud containing his pea. ijoth men were instnntly disqualll.vl H /p, til thai S OMEBODY picked up a bit of stone on the beach in Suffolk Having examined It, the British Museum, according to my paper. E renounced it to be "a piece of krnmtrUbdan Sirpula 150.OOO.OIHJ yaan oW." I do not propose i_ start any peevish argument gbou. that. —g I A.T*. (imm a wav* ns. it. iTi l SUDI >ip a ntrre tun*, IVI I \<*> can at: ,i l* wouilprj •lull A ii *. TuHli di Here %  boy upset inr pub. ifli coid. time* uprct t;t i cr.nison pitaoani nom %  israt apanss m wairt ii. n Rxi-nsr lu f copoer m aaarw "ie court iS. i Litil* mm ormt nu s*m upp-i ok •h* flj* oolr si -he utrn. ind hnoti by wtfar, ftddAd Alii jillori : IIASKITBAL1. rliAHPIIINS Or19SI" ilh tin11.1! kin (.11 Mil TatOTTSIfl iS. nxln ...in, b. SPECIAL THE XEY STOKES l.\ TOtV.V WITH COLOURED GEORGETTE 36" %  s:t n.i Double and Single Cords All The Popular Shades CREPE ROMAINE 36" • S2.il! In Very Attractive Shades T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORKS lli..l 1220 PLAZAITIOWS J\iith and fPctcr llloigan HOPE TO WELCOME YOU TO THE ST. LAWRENCE HOI EL —— 1 list ins y nisM us si 11* 10 AMERICAN STYLE HAMBURGERS and a variety of Sandwiches can be had up till Midnight Sir in the coo/ Ocean Breeze by the New BAMBOO BAR IN FACT-SEE YOU AT THE ST. LAWRENCE OPENING GLOBE TO-DAY 5 4 8p.m. WITH THE SIPFK STAR TALENT SHOW TOVITE %  PM. PAUL JOAN LINDA DOUGLAS BENNETT DARNELL DON DE FORK BsVaWtW III/ HAREWOOD Begin The Beauine'" III HURT ( LARKK "B'*vnina" NEVILLE PHILLIPS "I'm So Cra-v For Love" WESTERN RHVTIIM BOYS "Bacsuse" DOUGLAS GRIFFITH "Once In A Manger" MERLYN ROCK "Too Young To Know ORV1L GRANDERSON "Bless This House" KEITH SEALEY "Santa Is Coming" MALCOLM Mt'RRAY "Blue Moon" Openlnc FRIDAY JHh t M.l.ivi. 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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
    Portion of title: Sunday advocate
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
    Bridgetown, Barbados
    Publication Date: Wednesday, November 07, 1951
    Frequency: daily
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    FSTABLISHED 1895
    WEDXESnAV NOVEMBK!
    U.K. ON ROAD TO BANKRUPTCY
    Churchill Warns
    LONDON. Nov. 8.
    me Minister Winston Churchill warned the Com-I
    1 Britain was on the road to bankruptcy
    l was taken to solve the serious econo-j
    mic and financial < I
    Churchill roM late this afternoon in the House to deliver'
    his Brat addrasa lince wtaiuag the General Election. I
    rted a general review of the state of the nation, i
    .nuisi iimnediaielv to the deteriorating eco-
    iiti he said waa uettiriK "tirst place" in
    the mind:, of the new government officials. He was refer-
    i isc trade balance heading toward
    HiO.OOO to 800.000.000. Churchill said.
    I can only lead to bankrupts "
    LOSS OF CONFIDENCE
    Churchill said that Britain ' present economic predic-
    ament was the result of loss of confidence in the pound
    sterling In the rest of the world and also the loss of Iran-
    ian oil.
    Churchill spoke after the King's speech. The traditional
    is outlining the new Government's policy was read
    to 'he Commons and Lords this morning. Then Church-
    : ivcrnment also warned that the re-armament pro-
    gramme was in danger of collapse unless the economic
    crisis was solved
    Former Prime Minister Clement Attlee opened to-day's
    debate in the eftei -meral criticism of the Tory
    programme Ha Bald tin* Tories had no clear line of policy
    "except negotiation" Churchill followed.
    Churchill was not present at the ceremony in the
    of Lords where only Ihe Lord Chancellor and four
    Royal Commissioners wore red and ermine robes This
    ... iga absence annulled the usual colourful state
    Diplomatic galleries were crowded but their occu-
    iii ordinary dress.
    Hill will elaborate on his plans in typical Church-
    illian rhetoric, especially upon the international aspects
    of his policy. His Chancellor of Exchequer R. A. Butler
    will follow Inter this week with the promised "full dls-
    at) nit tha aconomlc situation.
    KING'S SPEEGH
    Th,- King's speech said: "My Government view with
    grave concern the economic situation of the United King-
    dom about which a full disclosure must be made to the
    nation. The deterioration in the balance of payments has
    caused increasing anxiety and must be urgently remedied
    in order to restore the fullest confidence in the purchase
    power of the pound so that we may continue to obtain
    from overseas supplies necessary to maintain employment
    and thi ij high level of production
    "Measures to this end must include drastic action lo
    reduce the growing inflation which threatens th* main
    tenance of our defence programme.V.P.
    TO thi: t'OIWII.
    ^Vaaaaa
    E aaaaar
    LaaeaBBi a. w ^ p 1
    T Ay r i* /1 La aaal
    M
    \ Lv
    Leas :'3 a* BY^
    2 ilorst Carry
    Top Weights
    WEIGHTS for use Au-
    lUKlll II..IIU
    ii III In i Jj
    it. to be run or** lim.i
    were iwufu ,i-,.iu4j .nu
    *u*. MOirl. gsnaassasj Ib-
    luaiun and HgagoBM rt Ha
    top l( nu.- in in., i c .-*,"
    live race*.
    In the Autumn Handicap
    thr 0 rl*v ItUMMSS Will
    br merlins siain over S':
    furlont* and tor lhfa> rvrnt
    the handlcapper* have given
    Fum Budin and trund. 113
    Ion. each. I us- Budiel was
    unsuccessful ui the Maiden
    Mlakrs earlier In the day bul
    came back lo lake the B
    clas* event later In Ihe after-
    noon. Arunda won the Maid-
    en Slakes by a ahort lir..i
    from Frenrh I lutirr Taf
    laitcrs weight i- Ihe seme
    111 Iba. which she carried
    In the Maiden.
    In the Autumn Handicap
    for r. class winners (he eld
    mare In hi*inn ha* been giv-
    en i ' Iba. She Will not a
    winner on lb* firM d*y. but
    ran a close third in Uie "
    claaa 7) furlong raee whlrh
    i won by Flleuxce. The
    latter haa alao been given
    118 Iba. to rarrv on Friday.
    The dis'ance of thta race will
    be 9 furlongs and Doldrum
    who ran a clone second or
    the drat day hi* alao been
    glvrn a ralae In weights.
    The handicap* for the two
    race* are aa follow*:
    km i NO. ItAUTl M\
    HANDICAP
    (CaCt Maidrnai a; far.
    Fuss Budget .. IIS
    Ilarham Jane .. . 1
    Mabouya ....... in
    Fire Lady ........ 124
    The Thing ... iei
    French Flutter..... in
    Arunda us
    Dun View ltl
    Dashing Princess . 12
    RACi: NO. IINOVF.MBfcR
    HANDICAP
    (CftCZ winner) 9 fur.
    Inflation ....... its
    Doldrum ... ta-
    Swcel Rookot in
    !* IK
    rUeuxea ...... ltl
    Tunay ......... ltl
    Eisenhower
    WU1 Not
    Express Views
    WASHINGTON. Nov. .
    General Dwight Elsenhower said
    that he was determined not to ex-
    press any partisan views about
    United Slates policy as Ions i.i he
    was Commander of the Joint De-
    fence Forces in Western Europe
    But he told reporters that if Ihe
    time ever comes when ho feel*
    "my duly compel* mo to speak out,
    hi- would do it positively end de-
    ilnitely."
    He made the statements at a
    conference just before he boarded
    his plane to return to Pans .it 11 H
    a.m. after .i conference here with
    President Truman, military and
    other governmi nt official*.
    The General said that he did not
    have the "slightest idea" now
    about how long he would hold the
    ' military post. He dd-
    c i l im Irving to do a Job."
    Eisenhower said that he had come
    here dily to discuss military
    .fTiiir* including equipment for his
    European defence forces.
    47*.
    U.K Troops
    Will Stay
    In Suez
    TOM COM. I.V.YCW W f>
    LONDON. Nov I.
    The British Conserve
    ernment served notice on Egypt
    th.a It intended to keep British
    troops In the Sues Canal Zone
    despite Egypt'* annulment tt th*
    I Anglo-Egyptian treaty. I"
    Ihe note delivered In Cairo, the
    Conservative Government int.*
    Egypt It would continue to carry-
    out the policies first laid dwn
    by the rueeni Labour Govern-
    ment. The note said Egypt's
    voiding the 1936 treaty
    nd agreements on )olnt aCbnlnlS-
    tftc Angl->-EgM'ti-n
    Sudan was "illegal and without
    vnlidllv." The note wa* In reolv
    to Egypt's notification of Otobei
    28 that it had acted t.. v >td
    agreements.
    Meanwhile Lleut.-Oen. Sii
    George Ersklne. Commander of
    Ihe British troops in Egypt
    .-barged tne Egyptian Govern-
    nenl Tuesday night with doing
    everything possible "to turn this
    situation Into a siege and starve
    out and frighten us."
    Hio-dcnslnit, lo British tioopt
    In the Canal Zone Ersklne said
    eountermeasures he bad
    reed to take because of
    Egypt's "suicidal course" would
    percussions outside the
    onc
    The warning came as Egyptian
    aids against British army ran
    ind troops increased In the last
    wo days and as Cairo political
    IreIrs believed the chances of
    restoring peace in Ihe uneasy
    Middle East were "receding,"
    British sentries exchanged nre
    earlier Tuesday with Egyptians
    near Isinailia without casualties
    and .i British signals van was
    (red on along Fayld-lsmailia
    "tad at the spot where a post
    exchange party was ambushed
    Monday,
    _____ r.p.
    TSke Hill
    8TH ARMY H.Q.. Nov. fl.
    Waves of Chinese Heds smashed
    through United Nations lines on
    the western front Tuesday and
    captured a hill in one of the
    'oatliesf and mo*t savage battles
    :n.c th.- intensive lighting ic-
    rumed one month ago
    This third hill the Communists
    had captured in the Yonchon
    sector in three days ol attack"
    hjd eeM them thousands of
    men killed oi wuunde.i. An
    Allied battalion captured the hill
    northwesl of Yonchon Monday
    nipht.
    Early Tuesday an estimated
    1.000 Reds attacked three U.N
    c mpanics from the south wesl
    ind north west. Allied commu-
    r.teitions were cut. Two of the
    0 N companies were over-run and
    retreat wa* necessary. Com
    munists threw tanks self-propcilcrt
    guns, artillery and mortars into
    action with a "heavy ennventia-
    tion of nre But though the Iteds
    won the hill one U.N. soldier said
    Chinese bodies were piled, buried
    .TJ8 EXCELLENCY use Okrre.nor Hit Alfred Bavsga read, hu -peach to ntentbars of U Ugialatnra yaatttday when h. prorogue* lbs Leglslatar.
    t'nim Ml Quarter*:
    Co'txis Separate
    Duke From
    Princess
    -sr. JOHN. N
    Princess
    Brunswick.
    Nov. 6.
    ,beth arrived at
    H. E. PROROGUES
    LEGISLATURE
    Affair' Three- Year Session
    HIS EXCELLENCY tha Qffvmwtt, Sti Allrccl Savage
    pitiroyutHl the Legislature at the Laglalatlvi C Hindi ChaUsV
    her yesterday. This meant the immediate dissolution 'l
    r\ge*rrvbly "l'i
    '/'he Governor t carry out the ceremony of prnnnjahon He did not cofieldei
    it to be Ihe appropriate occasion for him to review tot
    work of the aaawofi or to comment on future proepeata, Km
    said.
    When you meet .igain it is in>
    iKntmn to pragenl Mn up-to-ilate( r^i A #
    imniiuv of the financial ..ndl Snlll A III***
    hi- told th. M.,us.
    The Legislative Council met
    half an hour baton tl i bin >
    in.'ingution and pasateri a Resolu-
    tion for $4,420 Afu-i the puaslng
    el tM-, ne.nim...... ihg council ad-
    i- rned fer ive nunutae. tnaflvg
    brought ihe time to gboul
    two minutes to three when the
    I wan tapocted to arrive
    During those live minutes some
    ?'> men ami a fi-w s/ooiga
    inil Chnmtter to wilnc.
    the ceremony liesides these were
    about IS pupils from the St.
    Michaels Girls' School and nbout
    Ud strewn al) over the place. \ ",iu>t "TT1 *?'
    Some of them were lying there! ""'Mm.ldnlIh'
    three deep "W- .'t.tlose-' --
    SJahn (aruirta's oldest inror-
    ftgM 4Wty Tuesday alter a day
    -jL.njt** nd Inform^ntv at Tred-
    WtsVi, capital e* New Bninawl-k.
    Ruslc ids of persons (rum miles
    around were on hand .o greet
    f]i/abith .nut her DUfband tin
    IXikr al &linburgh. Then vtsll
    #as so informal that a group ol
    admiring co-eds succeeded In sep-
    irating the Duke from his wife
    or the first time In their Canadian
    tour.
    Parks.The ijitm A
    Moc will meet today lo choose
    ljitin-Amcriean candidates to be
    MbraltMd lor the president of sev-
    . ral United rhttleni Oeosml Aa>
    mmittees. Latln-Amen-
    cam. although having already
    presented lo llll the
    post of General Assembly Presi-
    dent, will nevertheless aen.l candl-
    dates for the post of Proaldsnl nt
    the General Assembly's I'ohtu ,il
    Economic, rinanclal. Social. Ad-
    ministrative. Budgetary. Trustee-' uu, ,; number of school noy
    ship, and Judlcal Committees. ( At 2.58 pm. thr QorOTnoi al
    (rlvi'd and sent the Sergennt-at-
    nelradeThe WO^bound Ortsntl Ajing to summon Ihe members of
    Express was wrecked in .< col- th. House of Assembly
    tfion near Vlnkovci ulxiut 90 gave his ihoti speech !.. the effect
    Noe '
    I i IE Washlngti
    The 7,176-ton ire.gm'
    IVallon
    II M.r Nnrih WasrUrujtor
    rasportad that the vessel messaged
    Unit ti> 16 man crew was "aban-
    doiktni si 1
    Tha Sliitr s Steamshin I
    lie rates tha vessel said a i rew ol
    U including llM Maslei WM
    i The i ompeny aid the
    ispluced 7.176 grogs tons
    India cm
    Portland with
    l .i I nt
    V P.
    French Assembly
    Hack At Work
    PAHIS Nov 6
    Ihe French National Assembly
    mhI Senate reconvened tat 'he
    winter session, after a month and
    .i half of forced" recess. The As-
    .oiiinly was sent on forced vara-
    ii'i by the President Edourd Her-
    -iot. on September 26. and the
    .isnate followed. Herrtot also
    llsi'd Uie duration of the recess be-
    cause of tha petit U-wl group*'
    ruUIfry to reach n> agraement
    even on Ihe date ending the mm-
    vlon.
    The Assei
    June 17th
    II political crisis. It approved
    Ilcne Pleven as Premier, but dur-
    ng 12 weeks of debates which fol-
    lowed, the Assembly more than
    once threatened the Cabinet's life.
    ination that the
    Inter session will be at least as
    perilous for Pleven as the summer
    """"" _.#.
    nblv ws elaeled on
    After a three-week
    The -ADVOCATE"
    paya for NEWS.
    Dial 3113
    Day or Nifttt
    I DelCn le shortly
    ius!ng ni ur-
    tialtMM
    MB. J. II. WlLKINgON, leader of the OpaoMUon (left) and Mr.
    O. It. Aoams ulttit) aaietig the nwnsber* of the House of Arably
    en Utsir way f>o*o the Aasembly Chamber to the Legislative Council
    ChsRibrr wkfrr H.D. the Ooverojr air AUred Savagu pruBOgned the
    t-rdsy.
    Police Troops In Rabat
    Stand By To Prevent Rioting
    RABAT, Morocco. Nov. .
    DETACmnWlTS o( steel helmclcd riot police and
    od ready to smash any attempts at
    r intelligence repiirts indicated that Morocco's
    planned demonstrations in the French Pro
    rate Reports Mid that the demonstrations w mid
    Big 3 Ministers
    Aigni' tin Joint
    J Middle East Polk y
    i I'AHIS. Nov. 6.
    , AuUioiiImIivi* Hire said that
    REDS ASK FOR
    AGREEMENT ON
    Big Three Westorn Foreign
    Ministers had reached complete
    ..Ki-eement on Middle Eastern
    rsaUey md had decided to go ahead
    With lhe joint Defenre C'ommaii.l
    r the area with or without
    Egypt.
    Tha hourtes s^iid tha* Britain
    and rrance had not only reached CEASE-FIRELINE
    lull agreement on their MlddV ^&f*W i*ME*KJMil&
    Eastern Policies, but that the
    United States had agreed to sup- KOREA. Nov. 6
    port them fully. The Communists demanded an
    The door was left wide open immediate agreement on the
    I-- Egypt to Join the projected1 ceasefire line today, in an appar-
    Cofence Pact for the Middle aau4J*n< attempt to* prevent further
    as an equal partner, hut the West-' United Nations odvances Into
    hod agreed that I Nrt h Korea.
    Britain. France. Turkey, and thn| A United NaUons officer
    01 the United Nations Genoa. Uni^ spates should J HajfJ j^ itbtm^n^re^t^r
    ; lend weifiht to Mor.Kcan demandg i*'"' ^^ PJJJJJ "**'
    tlmt. \jy virtue and In enercise of|
    .i by ihe
    l.-Ueis Patent .,f His M.ijestv the
    King dated the 4th day of June.
    I'J.I. he was then proroguing 'In
    l>e|[iflature with .i view to the lm-
    th Otn-
    rral Asseml l.v
    Formal liuw
    Al the end of Ml :i
    '.peaker and member* |
    Mr use of Ansembly each gave a
    formal bow to the Got I I
    lafl the Council Chamber
    The House of AssembU i I mel
    ;'. 2 30 p,m arhao the Spa
    ied the Hou-''
    >sewJnai botll to f-i'
    man the company's annual genera! meeting held in London, # Oa Taga s.
    "New Govt. Must
    Change Tax Policy
    ,ii
    LONDON.
    A CALL to Britain's new Government (or comple!
    ililion of ihe profits tax in the case of overseas mining
    and oil companies^wa*. math- b> Mr. Kenneth Moore, ehair-
    teps*nd*nce,
    \iKilhtr IVfiTth
    Lintr For ^ J.
    lU'NKinK. Ftaixe. i
    A .* ir.er
    '" ing vlt.: whJt he rails irreligious
    launched from a French shipvani.' -5__.
    HJeO-tOn Flandre.
    Tlie French Resident Governor
    Ccnerat Augustln Gulllaume con-
    ferred at length last night with
    the relpnlng Sultan Sldl Bo
    Youssee at letters the
    palrtce here, and It is understood.
    thialnssi his Sovereign's support
    for his policy of firmness In deal-
    it al communications
    uniting through that
    i in:-. -------
    urolect th" f'"1"10' armistice, so that
    ' .,,.1,1*4 Iiall i>. !-_ > >hj^u ma
    id
    irea
    r i'
    U Antilles launched
    .-cssels will
    come Inti ..lamenting

    Enrh ship will carry 785 passer.-
    an al rpaed i f 23 IumMi n I
    regular fcrlniifh'lv ger-
    will make regular call
    uir.
    >xtre~lists.
    Crack Colonial troops which ue
    I dti war footing since
    the bloody rtntimt of Nosfember
    1. were made ready last night and
    r.Trventlon In the
    eveatt of near troubles. Early to-
    iasnsn were
    posbsd on strategic points !n
    Armoured cars and
    eadv in harracks
    thtxajghout the Protectoeate.
    U.P.
    CRICKET:Lalest 12.30
    BRiaBANC, Nov 7
    Tte West ladle* <*ere eteesl
    at 232 run* for 6 wicket* at
    lunch time to-day. the last day
    of their fonrday match
    against Queenslsnd.
    LUKCH SCORE BOARD
    W.I SECOND INNIHOB
    Overnight Scor? 14Ti for '
    Chrlstiani c Harvey b
    Rayner SO
    Oornei not out ftg
    Ooddard not out 41
    Extras 13
    Total (for wfcts > 232
    8th wicket feU at 169.
    mid stall as long as they wished
    m nest inns a She fat* of
    thousands of Allied war prisoners
    Grn William
    Nuckols said that the United
    would not even consider
    .i to" ceasefire, without
    lather essential conditions for an
    Including specific ar-
    rangements. relaUng to prisoners
    of war now in enemv hands."
    i NuckoU ^id -I do not think
    [ >ersonallv that the United
    Nations Command has any inten-
    tion of walking away from
    , Korea and leaving several fchous-
    lands of prisoners of w.ar la
    '.enemy hands
    ! He said that the Communist
    demand al today's armistice
    .Sub-committee meeting repudiat
    ed the stand taken previously by
    ' Communist negotiator.
    General Nam II that the tlgh'ln*
    n until an armistice has
    1 been agreed upon.UP.
    I horn loo," he
    w II look into the
    ul taxation polh \ >
    'ii '.- trie thi
    removing injustices
    Ud."that they
    hole question
    profits earned
    eilh a view lo
    hlch are nul
    nly giving ilse to eritia
    ill-feeling in Colonial and other
    overseas territories, hut also hav-
    ing unfortunate effects at home "
    Mr Moore referred to a visit he
    had paid earlier this year to Trim-
    dad, when he RM t 'he I
    >n Huii'it Ranee, "whose wudom
    ,md fuidance Trinidad n mngulut-
    I; forcusagtu to have in this forma-
    Iiva phase of it~ I
    Adult Suffrage
    "The new ami liberalised con.
    titUUon Introduced last year fol-
    lowing elections based on univer-
    ;il suffrage i-. working well h*
    l'-ir!tinl. .
    ci tha new ah .-
    .\ng with
    our Industrv. and we with
    the task of improving workirt;.
    : economic conditions in
    v the efficient and cn-
    conduct of Its oil in-
    dt itry. a task in which our gen-
    rial manager. Mr Bennett, both in
    his duties with us and as a mem-
    ber of the 1-cgndailve Co
    making a valuable contribution.
    "I venture to think Mr Moore
    added, "thai Trinidad has turned
    its back on any ideas of nationalis-
    ing Its oil industry, preferring the
    wise course of co-opei
    tween GV immunity
    a/rd industry, to the mutual advan-
    tage of all "
    B.U.P.
    I
    The Biggest
    Man In Europe
    r. AWBteu iiakkimw
    By i*ii < HILNON
    PARIS, Noa |
    The biggest man in Europe
    riiht now Is W. Averell Harriman.
    M )ug4 the MajaM Ameri-
    eiir|. Harriman wins the bttM rib-
    hon for all breeds. He is a Ull
    riight fellow with grty hair.
    lv DUIMM and many
    dollara.
    Harriman has i-bout $5,650.-
    0C0U0O for Euro|i\ and Y
    ani money in any amount. They
    -nt money rnora man they wan.
    .i manner of
    They have got pa
    There was les* war tall
    Paris ye-terdav than In two M
    n Washington for tha' matter.
    Monev Is Scarce
    i"
    Harrhnan I H
    it the Mutual Seeurily Agency
    ID spend billions of dol-
    geban Am n: tl
    itlui or less. Harrm
    bos of the less ,!! kl
    mril Committee or ih
    North A Untie Troaty organlzn-
    c Mlnis-
    ters of other !1 NATO metn-
    n Harnrnan's Commit-
    tee.
    It was set up when ltt< NATO
    at iri Ottawa Ii
    ber. U.P.
    Smoke
    to your
    thrc
    at's
    content
    du MAURIER
    THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIOAIITTI
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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7. I'l.l
    CaJiib gajUwg
    Hi: U l\M IC
    JT artst*. shr docket in Port-of-
    Spatn a day last v/wk M Sit
    HubOTl RaiuT Coven < ...i\ He v .. ...
    wife juat rttumd. tn
    mrirtna ir the U.K.
    Caribbean Cornrr iasion
    IB I
    Secretarial uud Mr*.
    Kelt) Wal.ntl who U also on th*
    C. D. and W. su.li icturncd from
    . via Puerto Kin. B)
    13 W.I.A. on Mjmda
    been .
    I! Adam, and Mr A
    k ftajMtan

    weekend via Trinidad.
    Steel Band Plays
    In New York
    TDK Trinidad Iftvat
    Baad hat : iKh h di I id
    ik The aighl I
    " ii up im
    ith their r.
    hiiiiis und maracai
    the Nr* York lleral
    ii mrwtina
    i' m! annually by the newspapei
    1 which 'iivtinjin.vhed men In a)
    ! fc arc invited to gi
    ara on world jfTairs.
    i'hr Invitation to II i
    '
    Ian Reid, publisher of lhe(
    i MO ftearil
    Bg last year wrhai
    he passed through Trinidad
    the inaugural flight of I Dam t*MM
    American Airway-, 4sr*% i
    b> uth Asm !'
    ini.inm-tl ,i rT^"K
    special flight for the bond -ind Mr.
    Dai to Li It" I Trim- drug. \.......---------- _-.-----,-......
    dad traffli manager for the air- Duggar. .f M-a Voift made his carw-flelds unto the highways
    line, aroarnpnnied the Iwnrfaman Biscoveri foui yean .*>. when he h"d broken away several holes
    and manager. '' years old. "' "". "iUriiig the roads. By
    It w^s nearlv midniftii when Ve penlcilUn mid trepto- ,wo O,clo*"1k yesterday while
    \ i ii i- ueuwn from "omc of *>* cane* had been
    New York, and they set a purtle mould. lint it cures diseases straightened up and lied inby
    lor U.S Custom* omeiaJ There irlier anti- Pl"""> cana leave* (ugatliii and
    Is nothing in the Custom.. reguU- blOHe MpPClaUy tfteetiv. uniiing them al-mg toe ii.- Ol
    thai coven ping-pongs and "I ng cough, types of * *Ws about four feet from
    booms and the Customs men tSd l......mm and .. range of ***&" ""', *,,n, V"
    asked 'Should *ve els Ift th. -aaaa. '"''' lv)n* * Htf high-
    as oil drums or mualeal intru- 1" Du| a 'd, small "-
    mentit"" man with the encrgs ..) inten
    The problem was solved by the of one in >iis prime. DS.OY t^om petit ion
    Ihemselves SHUn* up' D] prora Ion be a myco- *I{S. J. W. P. HARKNESS. wife
    IWlrwMirla In ihe Customs tofts! -an expert on fungi. He irl 0.'C D and Ws Mod it'll
    :ieri at the airport, they gave an began hi* search f.-i urn antJ- Adviser will ii resent ihe'nrlsa* at
    ,.iu concert, which Ml i"""< in laboratories at i-eart ,hc (-nw ,p. ..ZiKh*
    * Cuetosiu men i rfc. m* years ago. cEn"mru-' ai fhTnL?n
    I ihat these were ..'i.i retiring from ., professor- r^T ' L .,-
    hiP SI W,>,,K.,n University. JJg" S^Ulday, November
    Two Couples On Haft Find NO MARRIA<;
    Each Other 'Repulsive'
    Romance? One Girt Says
    7 Wanted To Scream'
    MARRIAGE FEAR
    SPAIN
    mvofldMiti
    ' women are not a bit
    marriage in their old
    women over 65 got
    triad la*t year Twenty divor-
    cees re-married, while 29 divorc-
    ed men took the vows attain
    7h. re were 66 divorce*. 11 of
    these taking plac* after one year
    of married bliss. Twenty-eight
    couple* weni to the Courts after
    AFTER two lisstavrritdlrouplei had .pent more than }2j^m^y^^ttJl^lLi^
    thr* month, toggte on H^fout raft what would ^tf^ ^'SSSLfS*
    jou ex|>e wrong*, ?
    Said Don Brown, 23-year-old university graduate, one
    of the lour who have, >ust completed a 1.800-mile voyage
    down the Ohio and Miasi^ippi nvers : "We find each other
    repulsive."
    But repulsive or not the four are sticking together to
    on the dollars which will come to them in a variety
    of ways.
    ?25?JZ2&V2? ,h* ertUcls"_'s> "Oon U a hi: fellow and I'm
    of "bluestockings" and newspaper*-. ( ^nall myse'f
    -even the early wroth of I
    l,ir mothers, who wr-i .,pp wny (it was on|v 21 ft
    al Ute klea of thlr daughters i inimpej into each othr.-
    lar with two strange r-.-n II w us ,
    nu JLf ^M1* J&At**!* '"""'r. "d inen al night, wn< i
    Ellin McCrady. 24-yeo.-,. ,lb ,n,0 , bll|lk
    Washinirio:.. ghl the sp d
    Th.it
    MK B I< G T.-drty' HOAD rcirivuic thn Alfon-n in Onvernor lianr- for Ute hl|he*t aggregate of points In ths Intor-
    coloidsl Tornado Y*rhtiug *eripn recenUy uompleted In Trlnldsd. Mr.
    rdsy by the SB. "WtllenaUd".
    Aureomycin Man
    Canes On Th* Road
    golden I N ,n* tourl*r>' district*, wn'k-
    niton. Dr. Benjamin * <-nd rains draining off sodden
    lursjomye
    tin
    st u Jen'.
    i, togs
    She ;idvcrti-.
    but only OeraldlM -..
    id redhead f" ne of the tl
    n pttsJO,
    incniy of men v In l ighed at lurid
    out Brown and lsBlsK|SBg>llcatlCslis uf that- vuvaar
    Forester, 30-ye.n
    New Bedford. Maasadn. Don vt[t\: ..you tou|,,nt n.,d
    Canvas Cabin with more d
    Then, in their ran. a wooden ***. We dldnl have
    platfOTBG bUsM 'ii oil dntma srU n, and certuinly nothinc
    un 8 ft. by 8| ft. canvas cabin i:i "'' rotnanUc-about,"
    ihe middle, they set off item New Purpose of the trip10 sec how
    K they capsized. >.
    They tied up on the ring baik I.E.S
    at night, ute all their meals
    aboard. Don and Gerry diil thu.
    cooking, the two others washed:
    up. . ,
    Diiftmg slowly with the cu -
    rents, they sailed for B7 rlayi be-;
    fore reaching New Qrlaang.
    They were all glad it was over.'
    Gerry said: "Now for some!
    golf. And then Europe. 1 hope
    and art schools."
    Mary Ellin said:
    "If any woman ever wants to'
    know If she should marry, let!
    her trke a trip with the man first'
    on a raft us small Bl ours. That;
    Journey certainly wasn't condu-
    cive to romance."
    And Gerry chimed in. 'It
    9*>uldn't have made any differ-
    ence if our companions had been
    Clark Gable or Tyrone Power.
    ERNIES
    Oar Ernie takes ilu- op-
    portunity of thanking hi-
    many friend* and members
    Pgr lurnlns up In full force
    last Friday.
    We shall he perferrninc
    again next
    TUIHSIIAY
    at 6 p.m. sharp.
    There will be 2 esil-overs
    Mk| ith Uie help ef Uod
    jiirt my supreme being I
    oh 411 be jmengsl you.
    New TWEEDS
    Exclusive designs
    WM. KM. AH TV (B-oos) LTD.
    PLAZA
    B'lOWft
    OIAL 2 3 10
    GM>rr M. FiP'i
    Ma >-.\iu a i
    "BREAKING POINT" 4
    "FLAXY MARTIV
    rTml. MAVQ- Ulu.v SCOTT
    . TMIIIUbAV 1 p i
    .(.If HALT.
    RANGER of CHEROKEE STRIP
    i"< i.Mrn or aosu o
    Colo, a, TchmtoliH
    Gordon-kSacRAE Jun* ||/
    CSIIOIH STKir
    P*> FORAN
    ! AnUR WR'IAUi1
    ' Rocky LAKg In
    PLAiCA asMMN
    & NAVAJO TRAIL RAIDERS
    akd r*.Nrr rntw
    ator by rhnlcolor
    IIOBI r.U-r BTHOIK &
    \MIMM1 III "Mil
    "im. SON0
    Carol IAVK a
    Mai WAI.I vet ^
    IIIMMIN 11K-. 1.1
    xllh Noah BCSRY
    . All IV
    THg GARDEN ST- $***
    To-dJty ..ltd To motto* M p tn
    AllBOTT and COBTXUjO in
    'II AISiT HAV a
    DVMillOl" UAMK
    ri..niis-. i rnr in svr
    i-.i onnrcN *
    OIADUNC At DAWN'
    run Su.ru >
    r.ETURN MATCH
    Afar Rat BablBMBRaadi Tstpli
    MaM
    out
    really musical instruments.
    The sUver-palntad parti ware The. Ural commercial produetlor
    rarrled into tin- baUfOOm ol tin Q| .inhmimm.i, Itcgan hi 1948. ll rtBhtei * *>*|U B_n
    w.iidorf-AMoni, HOUL where th. hai bae..... a vaat M>mmercial ...k.11,^1:. L WnSlnil,'r'-
    ..s held, and Ihe lnv.id- enb -NuDjecla have been selected for
    era rehearsed their programme. in. Huggar h.is Ijeen louring 'J"***1"* which takes place on
    TVv also met Mrs. Iteid again '-"'"I"- He Is enroute to IViirl ovcmer 24th. There are nine
    and presented her with a doll. ;. Hivcr to coiitinu, ("" "'d nine girls.
    Sift from the Tiininir I : I'-uenii with the.r .hildrcn
    """; **.....orning ha Li at work nay entered the compel! ion
    later the same dav before a l'y ***S *?* '" |,,,,f *uy wllh J>,' I"** ,n ,hp ,"t >
    uaicr UK same da>. inioic .i |tl, Ssi.,uiiitji. cordially nv ted to a-tend
    argc.ind appreciative audience. At W(S,k^llds hp dr|vM ,M
    the InvasWrs gave their ,. lay with his dg
    gramme. They opened with S Nrw England. Sh
    calypso, -Rum and Coca Cola," .k.u,...
    and followed this with "Mumha Duggar
    rhO
    Tn "
    gfSJ
    on oi .\
    usually smokes
    Tonifht
    OVKRS.of cla!
    music will
    not |>uk up lb* gramophone
    in Fi" Then cam* iinoHni ,lll(t. ,,.. _j0-
    CROSSWORD
    >
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    T" *'

    HI MlMill II III!
    IllVII lltll 1.C*
    %$m.
    W.
    AT
    'Semi ram ide;'
    tainly should.
    SSaTSS ?Z"rFZ:' sSjaaVfe
    iroduclion and Bridal procnilun
    _ JJ* cl D''" b> ll,> ., .
    I omorrow ivorsaKov and ends wiih itov-
    Ihown'a SjmpaUiy No. 5 m C
    humid
    !.. Rive Ihe first bmadcast by i
    steel band In the United Slates.
    Thev ..ppearcd In Ihe Ted Mack
    Amattur Hour, a popular weekli rspOMOHHOW allernoon at 5 Minor.
    ISl!^SjrlrS.'n'm* '"""" '',Xk Dr- """' ^""l""
    r=5,3 jsrt..ss ?a&3^ Annual u,ve
    * *-F*"'v*ssr* ^. Jl. tlUiln
    .rniidad Isal i
    Barbados on his annu..i
    A.nn-
    rice (t'iripoaec I
    I julnt i isi
    Ii Don
    md ii
    i Sam t;
    1 Sksb
    she -
    HOW
    OOttOU *4itiKT* as I I
    It ms prtvrnt co
    Ihr rniowl of tl-oe slo sick
    ||1
    views of Britons, who have re- by the Barbados Utenry Society who l,ves m Tn lidad ,.
    eentb' heard the Trinidad All -nd the British Council. In BarbVdoa mT*U 1"
    .S-...I Percussion Orchertm, Lhai The poems are read by Stephen eninvinj its hHu.,"""'
    Ml band represents a real Muiraj and include the famous uSSbft wmEXtZZ f\^ "i""
    revolution In the world of music. "Tintern Abbey" and the "Ode" on M, rt^W" Cifr,!lt Church.
    -Bl .P. the inli, .Uon. Of Immortal,,, j-eer a.^rechin C^U^ouv."'"
    BY THE WAY
    THE Beachcomber poll is the
    only poll which takes into con-
    n the statistical i al latli l
    implicit in any cross-sectional in-
    .uiiv jikI, at the same time, al-
    lows for intermediate marginal
    fluctuations as exemplified in the
    ratio of the number of prople
    i I to the number of
    .Tit|i;r.tinned.
    Ii. .! cleverl) discovered statis-
    tical law known a.* (he percentage
    law, it has been proved th:ii the
    ol any standard percent-
    age by a figure representing its
    foeflieient equals the common De-
    nominator of the original ligun
    It should also bo remembored that
    ' i : rime to rontrattlcl
    .1 is niiinerdloiticiil foreca>.l of .in
    rvi nt made before thnt event takes
    Inlrrlttilr
    1'rodnose: Sinclv. n
    of an event were made after the
    < .ent had taken place, it wouldn't
    be a Ion
    Mvsrlf; You have taken my
    words out of my mouth.
    Prodnoae: The lime to contra-
    itut your figures is after the event
    Myself: Ahs' Hy that time 1
    shall be forecasting some!limit alia
    and the public will have forgotten
    the whitfe tiling
    f'iauvo at AaWftoMRMr
    THE pea-pushing contest up;
    Uangyrkyn batwaan Evans
    the Hearse and Reg Bodgcr. pet-
    eretl out veetordaj In *
    rain. The whole affair was a fla- i
    co. At 9 15 a m the n;
    Tom Onchurch fired the starting-
    gun which blew his umbrella out
    of his hand Evans got off to
    Hying s.nrt. using his hum- like
    battering ram. Budger wa* more
    careful, as though feeling his wav
    By 9 24 Rodger was jabbing hU
    nose about in u big puodti
    lost his pea. Evans had got his
    nose stuck fast In a lump of mud
    and was swinging hli <
    lei.tly from side to side in a fran-
    tic effort to disengage The ribald
    laughter of the crowd moum.iiii Infuriated lioth men.
    Rodger found his pea, and flipped
    it with thumb and finger, Evans
    By B&\CIWOMBER
    botlhV* ,orThc>d t<> Propel Ux
    limp of mud containing his pea.
    ijoth men were instnntly disquall-
    l.vl H /p, til thai
    SOMEBODY picked up a bit of
    stone on the beach in Suffolk
    Having examined It, the British
    Museum, according to my paper.
    Erenounced it to be "a piece of
    krnmtrUbdan Sirpula 150.ooo.oihj
    yaan oW." I do not propose i_
    start any peevish argument gbou.
    that.
    g
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    \WI>\|S||\Y MiMMIill! 7. 1*51
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    PAl.E TIIRKK
    UNFAIR TO CUMMINGS "*'"''the cartoonisrs "~*on *
    first get-together with the top Torie*
    FASHIONED
    At FITNESS
    C A I I 0 the
    the mint hat which
    and urtttr. gate Its name
    now knoti. to the
    a'irruunr, too,
    tamthmr with th--
    PK or Woutum
    tame. .
    a noU ol ut know
    haitn ~ Bntlrrth*
    id Men ol the Tort
    But I mjut introduce pom to Oliver
    i.ytuttowt, who mm*who kmaum T
    - -gtve m a ftoamdxmU wch-eme
    heaper than Mr. Stramhmft, ,
    Here, t'upioi't
    Crookmrnnrnk >
    tuktn* a kMi
    vtew of Heaiih
    .T| *-""U-( ../ m* Nu> you mmi meet afunsWl Ft*-1
    of c/mnx Ktuu u'hJ Mmcktum t-aptitg th'-tr mtoa for
    twthi Minuter*, the Home offtem and Labumr
    Lard Smhtour*. afunstrfr r immthirlm. .
    Undon KinrnM tsrrvtec
    Men of action
    Annex |er) time. The raft,
    *or>dtr- .cite of Aerie*
    cellular fabric i* *pecMJl\
    designed for memiurt.1
    wniilM$,M. That i* hv dm
    OrxHnginf Fnghth undrr-
    +*u keep* >our body at oas
    ccnttant temperature in neat
    or cold. Aerie* Kwwv 'o
    Mtm\ ns\er shrinks aitdal*a>s
    keeps ill frttorV Available
    at alljrincipk "orei
    \
    AttTfX
    PROROGAfTlON
    fh from page 1
    On being -uinmoned by the
    l-Arm stattafl thnt His
    Kxidl. i v ..waited the House in
    th* Legislative Council Chamber
    tlM II...ift |.needed hy the M;ir-
    ll | the lUM, went lo the
    Loud Batter At
    Race Qoune
    3,000 Claim
    56,000,000
    $135 Stolen
    Sentence Postponed
    LONDON. Oct. 31.
    Scattered 'hroughout Australii
    Stnience war postpom-t by
    the Hon. Acting Puime Judge
    O L. Taylor on Cleveland JMM
    mj! pninter it rlUMOQ, H
    I delivered the
    prorogation -.perch and the House
    n united to their Cham-
    Fiance. Germany, Holland rlturge. who was found gerflr) I'*
    offl.-. Later Mi S...U ..i.i
    vMnelhing to him.
    Money (.iven
    C\d Parti*. tUachtd to 'he
    el'iu-nt St.turn, said that he Miw
    Hit accused on Mapp Hill with
    i rwafliieiu'i Maycta which he baa
    bought from Cave Shepherd. He
    iinkedl him where he got the
    inonev from to buy the blrycL-
    nd that hi* lather Had
    Colonel Miehelin told Um Advo-
    cur thai in order to relieve the
    .d trie Race*, a Mounted
    Police Constable U using loud
    r..uli i muestim; motorist* pick- chin
    lug up passengers to keen on the and An" lri.i. ate's.Wlo'IlaimanU ,n idwTlirr it lha Kurt ",".i tad '
    ight of the rood. MoUirtsts who to the ES6 millIrnut fortune of Jean Grand Sankm* vaaMrtru t the C'vj" w nun.
    _ re not stopping are raqueitedM. Thtery, .. Ho d-.-,l over ?00 Vari Inrrenv of |||5,'the pi".pertv f The aenueil waa taken to the
    ber There the Speaker occupied k9*P "n thc lefl ** lne roffld;1 *" ago in France. Statlev Seah pmprieioi ( the St:.t-o., I' >h. Co; i..i.l- Hi an
    the chair of the clerk of the Hou'w df*lrlam lo are askedto woll( on Belmont Ttxi ( ah Co "* ,-'-' * wei" '" r"
    und read the prorogation order. ,ne right of the road. ju prove that blood is thikei Sliepherd nn-t *aw a |100 bill
    The session then came to an end. The Commiasloner said; "Thi lnan wa|Wi 88 members of tlur The offence was committed on which the arcuwd gavo up in
    the members separated is helping to relieve what has been grlgian branch of the family an- June 29. Mr W. W Recce. K.C.. paying for the bicyelr Thi-
    the Speaker wished them all the otherwise a congestion in tin* holding a reunion m Namui, Solicitor General, appeared foi money was identified by Mr.
    compliments of the season and a araa." [telgiura These potential million- the Crown Stanley Scaly told Sealy a* part of the money which
    Pleasant rest though it promised ------------------------ ll( m. the Court that on June Z he was i. had in his desk at his ofllcc
    l0i5if-rl, .^ _ .. Miiul.i AH M, iiL.if'i.ilr! Thi-.v. have gathered to talk in his ofnee when a man named , llelmont
    jTw;lSZt MUSIC A WakHlt'lCl llboillIhclr dear^epartrd anw. Mr. Brion paid him JIM This
    Sa'd th0t ,u SYMPHONY No. 5 m C Minot lor-and his money. Part of thc money he put Into the dek
    thought they all wanted to wish
    Mr. Speaker n very happy holiday by Beethoven Is Included in thc heritage
    The
    In his
    icludes whole di* rictv
    He was not so sure about the rest programme of mualc lo be pre- ol Paris. Including it* Town Hall for sornrtimf. While away from
    as many of thorn would be en- tented by Mr. R. LeFanu al the and Government buildings. ^ offlce he remembered thnt he
    Britiah Council. "Wakcneld'". ai _.,- iD had tome money in l desk and
    ,clock tonight. The md ut the ^on is U relurned for DUt lt A.,.
    The programme Is:- f",C!Jhe ,iTt:\n^J ^TeTia!n mlw,n H* re^rted the rentter
    Overture^SEMIRAMIDE reeogiti-e thHr claims f obtain ^ p^^
    __RaoBlDl. payment in cash ol a substantial
    Piano Concerto No 1 in E Minot Par' r * *'"aj'h ,whJch Ms * CUfr "TO[* ,oW the Court WMfcjj
    Chop* b**" lv,nK '" th* Stench Tiaasury that on June 211 he saw the ~
    gaged in friendly eompetiti
    competition which he sincerely 5.15
    hoped would remain friendly. "I
    hope wou will have a nice rest m
    the next six weeks." Mr. Wilkin-
    son ended.
    Mr. G H Adams associated
    himself with the sentiments of Mr.
    Wilkinson.
    He hoped, he said that some of
    might lam :i raal and re-
    Introduction and Bridal Process
    LA COQ D'OR Rimsky
    Koexako
    tu
    since Napoleon's day.
    Crammed into a tiny room over!
    1 cafe in Namur. the "relatives"!
    who came from Brussels, Liege.)
    Beethoven Ghent and Charleroi heard their
    1 newly-elected president, 50-ycar-
    ^* . tj;l ,;^ old Marcel de Liaer. declare: "The
    Migrant ^inklllg Germans took Paris with 8.000
    men. There are 3.000 of us.
    THE motor vessel Migrant sent por^ l% our property. Let us
    ., out an S.O.S. from position 'HI march on Paris and establish our
    SeiJSaTt^l Norlh 7(M0 Wps' on Mund-'v cU.m"
    t,epwtamc (.our.- rtat|ni tnai ahe wM |n a Binicjng
    indition, according to a cable- The Thiery family, wiping beads
    gram reaching the Harbour and of sweat from their brows, cheer-
    ed loudly.
    The motion was adopted. And
    *d con
    of Mr Seal
    Gl ll.TY Of BKSTIAI.m
    An Assi/c )UI3 at the Court of
    Grand Sessions yaafntaj found
    AIIn>.l Springer guilty of j
    charge of bestiality on M iy M
    Tlu- Ho*. Acting Pula
    O. L Taylor postponeii nlem c
    The offenee was tonmutletl Bay. Si Andrew Mi
    K.C.. Solicits
    General, uppenied lot that Crowi
    KilrS Of SXCUANCB
    WONDERFUL
    TRIP
    That's how thoj o.uli of
    ajuyeriencod traveler* de-
    cob. their flights
    V5C4T
    1 T hWHIUI
    l,l'.^l
    Unfortunately he felt that Symphony No. S in C Minor
    tight have a rest and not
    Governor's Speech
    In the Legislative Council
    Chamber the Governor said:
    Mr. President
    Members of (fie
    HI:
    lt>, S^gaJatr aid Members of
    ffte House of Asaniibly 3. .
    The purpose of our meeting to- Sh'J?,n W""1 >*****>
    day is to prorogue the legislature T"* MiaTaM has made trips to
    with the view to the immediate Barbados wi" l lumber. almost any day now. direetiv
    dissolution of the General Aasem- __ --------!------------ will be Issued by Press-mmrjed
    th which was elected three years /6 Ltavt Qtl Can. CfUISef Marcel de User Tor a new
    ago.
    I do not consider it would be The C.N.S. motor venal Cana-
    appropriate on this occasion tor dian Cruiser arrived here (rum
    me to review the work of the ses- Canada via the British Northern
    -Ion or to comment on future pros- islands yesterdav with a cargo
    P*S,a Including pickled pork, onions.
    1 would express my appreciation mHckere| and fruit
    for the careful consideration which ey^ brouh, flve passengers for
    you have given o the many and Barbados and taking aboard
    important legislative measures
    vaslon of France
    Longshoremen
    Block Voting
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    pasaengers. left port during the
    night for British Guiana via St
    Vincent. Grenada and Trinidatl
    Canadian Cruiser is consigned
    to Messrs Gardiner Austin At Co., Monday and blocked a ihowdov,
    vote on whether to end the Ne
    which have been introduced dux-
    ni( tin- -.' Mi.n
    Mr. Speaker n..d Memben of
    lh| House 0/ Anevh'V-
    I thank you for thc supplies
    which you hav* voted to meet the **' ___^___^^^
    needs of the public service*. When .'...-c
    you meet again it is my Intention LLod rL/rrlto
    to present an ud lo date summary OWING lo an unfortunate
    -if Um financial and economic mistake in ordering, there Is 11
    .situation of Haibailos. ahor age of Popples this year. In
    Mr. President and Honourable st Michael tags will be sold as
    Members 0/ tn Lcpsuitre coun- ,^,1 a, p^ppic and lhe Public
    rt,: is asked to give as generously for
    Mr. Speaker and Members of .-- ftS ror Poppy.
    the House of Issemftly -----------------'.--------
    By virtue and in exerciseof the gfj I.D.'t
    S<
    *n mj
    NEW YORK, Nov. 5.
    1.100 striking longshorc-
    im! at the balloting place
    s/ers in me vested bv the Letters
    ^atent of His aUHaty the King
    THE following infectious dat- October
    dS?uS 4yo^c77unrin *rnolined for * m"ulh
    now prorogue thc Legislature with 0'cr;, ^_.^_ _
    a view to the immediate dissolu- Diphtheria I; Enteric Fever 11.
    tion of the General Assembly. Tuberculosis 14.
    port tleup as it entered Its
    fourth week.
    Fearing violence as rebel
    stevedores picketed the school
    where the vole was scheduled on
    the back to work proposal officials
    of the International Longshore-
    men's Association called off thc
    election. But more- ships and
    piers were working than al any
    time since the strike began last
    15 in an Marl union
    battle ever the contract which
    I.L.A. President Joseph Ryin
    negotiated wllh the New York
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    I'M.I I (II R
    IIAKH.ll>'>-. ADVOCATE
    HI IIM -I>\\ MIN I Mill II
    BARBADOS | ADVD6KTE
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    - liwu i L*C- 1
    VYr.Inf.da> Vnvrmhfr 7. 151
    NO PASSPORT
    TO PIMLICO
    n nil.
    MB CHUKC^LI/S position, to-day has
    been likened by the British Press lo the
    [MO when he had the task of lead-
    ing Um liniish |>eople in their liftht against
    . \ \/l
    This time Mr. Churchill has come to
    office when Great Britain faces national
    bankruptcy. As in 1940 he has come to
    office after a period during which he
    frankly and frequently criticised the
    policies of his predecessors. But as the
    Twbaln Post pointed out yesterday. Mr.
    Churchill will not llnd so responsive a
    nation as he did in 1940. The whole Brit-
    ish nation could visualise in 19M> what ,
    was meant by invasion across the Chan- I
    nel. Tiny are not likely to appreciate in
    the same way the peril facing Britain
    from national bankruptcy
    Already the flaily K*press has reminded
    the Socialists that this is no time U> be
    happy. U) rajoica that they are not in
    oflfcea having to clear" the financial muddle
    which has piled up during their term of
    power and has warned them that the
    danger of bankruptcy is a danger which
    threatens all Britons and the Common-
    wealth.
    Baopia't memniu's are short and ad-
    herents of political parties are quick to
    apportion blame for present troubles
    without taking the trouble to investigate
    the reasons and to appoilion responsibility
    where it li.*s
    It was in September that the world
    began talking about further devaluation
    of the pound Yesterday Mr. Churchill,
    the realist who promised Britons toil, tears
    4fld sweat in the dark days of IMC,
    warned in the King's speech that hij gov-
    eiMiient viewed with grave concern the
    lomtc siuiition of the United King-
    dor.i. "about which a full disclosure must
    be made 0 the nation." That situation had
    been building up for some time and .n
    aaptcmbef its gravity was already bein^
    analyaad by the experts. Reaso.is for
    anxiety were the oil dispute with Persia
    resulting in a loss of British prestige and
    the spending at a rate of $350 million
    a year to ensure essential supplies:
    the fall in prices that the sterling area re-
    ceives for its raw materials: the effec's of
    increased rearmament on the demand >r
    dollar goods and materials: the British
    position with the European Payments
    Union: and the terrifying rate at which
    the United Kingdom's deficit of some 400
    million a year was running.
    Nothing has happened in recent weeks
    to justify optimism. Mr. Churchill has
    been called to power by the voters of the
    United Kingdom to rally the nation and
    to arouse it from the apathy and dreams
    into which it had been lulled (despite the
    heroic efforts of Sir Stafford Cripps) by
    the planners of the Welfare State
    To-day the whole social structure of the
    United kingdom built up generation by
    generation, century by century, is threat-
    ened by the grave economic condition of
    that country. Mr Churchill is shoulder-
    ing the task which any Prime Minister of
    Great Britain had lo face. It was Britain's
    ser. >us econor.'.c condition that forced Mr.
    Attlee to have an election at a moment
    most unpropitious for Labour victory.
    But if Mr. Churchill is tackling the
    grave internal situation of the United
    Kingdom with the realism that he showed
    in the moment of the Commonwealth'*
    greatest peril, there is no doubt that his
    government is already preparing a foreign
    policy which will help to restore Britain-
    prestige so lamentably lowered in the last
    totterini* months of Mr. Atl lee's admin
    it ion.
    As soon as Mr. ChurchiU feels happy
    that Britain's internal condition is recnv
    mg adequate treatment, we may expect
    to hear that he is planning a visit to
    Washington.
    In Europe Mr. Eden has lost little time
    in improving Britain's prestige in Europe
    and his contribution to the current United
    Nation:, discussions in Fans will show that
    Britain intends to play a much greater
    part in promoting European integration.
    No statesman ^n Europe has played a
    greater part in promt, tin,: the formation of
    an European Parliament than Mr.
    Churchill. '
    Tin-re is too a welcome sign that the
    United States intends to support the Brit-
    ish Government in their firm handling of
    tin MUkUa 1:^' situation which has been
    provoked by in Egyptian Government
    anxious to a i up its own internal short-
    con,: |>ealing to the emotional
    and dangeroui spirit of nationalism.
    When all these necessary steps have
    been taken and Great Britain's role in the
    International organisations clearlv defined,
    then and nol till then we may expect Mr.
    Churchill to consider the mtelon to Mos-
    cow about which there has already been
    peculation.
    Ry PETER Dt'FflELD
    DOWN Ml a bawmem rdom at
    he Science. Museum. Ktfniington.
    there was UK hum of mlniatari-
    rnuvM uroMiter. An uniii.rur cot-
    our-Alrti fllrked wn Ihc r-
    wall.
    Vi\'- Ihrn- wrrc acenes of th;
    Ktml"i. Then of the British Em-
    bassy in Moscow. Suddenly, two
    pretty girli were seen walking
    towards us down a path in thr
    Embassy garden, both waving and
    .Milling and acting aa though they
    were desperately
    One of the girls pretty, dark-
    hnired, wearing a bttt
    frcck came close up rfll
    moment She looked straight it
    the mm, smiled meagrely,
    wagged an admonishing finger.
    Her lips moved. She passed olf
    the screen.
    Down in the basement room at
    Museum a man turni-l
    'She's saying Hullo, darling.
    keep waiting for me' I knots;
    that's what she's saying."
    Pathetic Film
    THIS pathetic lillle (Urn wm
    t |-year-old Science MoMum me-.-
    >rnge, thi- week .md afforc'-d
    n RickltU, the man who

    iiik irr km with and marrying a
    '
    his wife for five years.
    For 70 aevjmds, on
    rently brought out of Moscow by
    a Hritiah friend, he watched the
    miming of 29-yc.u-ulri haida, the
    girl he married when he was i
    security officer at the HnUsh Ein-
    lssy in Moscow, the girl whom
    the rmeign Office reported kid-
    napped from her job at the Em-
    bassy last week the girl for whose
    oeleaae he h*< now [petitioned
    Stalin by cableand the girl who
    yestcrda) sent him a cable. "I
    am living at home. Love you
    always."
    But "he is also the girl who
    has found it impossible to get a
    passport lo her husband's home
    in Pimlico.
    He recognised the blue, high-
    heeled shoes he had long uo
    saved up for and sent her.
    "She looks younger," he said,
    "and prettier than ever."
    Brought An Echo
    THE unashamed tears In Mr.
    Itlckltts' eyes as his friend from
    Moscow ran and re-ran those
    70-seconds on the projector serv-
    ed up ap Anglo-Soviet problem
    in its mos. human and its most
    easily assimilable form.
    II brought an echo of what a
    British delegate once told the
    General Assembly of the United
    Nations
    "Perhaps mre ihan any other
    ingle fhtnu." the delegate said,
    |he SotHel action oust Russia
    Mtjpgg <>f other nationals hflj con-
    i*ltired the aeetfaae person I hat.
    for Mr. R.ck.tti a cabin
    Irem Moscow brings news
    of big Russian br.4e hM
    behind the Iron Can-tain. _
    What has njppened to fhe
    other Iritont who married
    Soviet girls t Sew ? them
    i., W. stillborn on...
    Mt irirr-
    :) .s'ofiei Union Is a country har- tented it to vontii.g So. e- t -
    mg standards completely different gates In London
    Jrorn thoie in io cuilued conn- Three of thr husbands flew lo
    trim. Partsto try to see Molotov.
    What has happened to .he What was the outcome, of these
    war-time marriages between actions1 Exactly nothirg save ih
    Soviet citizens and people of slow disintegration of e.h m:..-
    other countries? What haB hap- ilage.
    pened to the dozen Britons who, Coercion by Soviet police ha.
    like Mr Rirkit i, married Hus- been so great thot by l4* only
    sian girls' None of these girls five of the ** l?"M,,nl,1n*
    bag been allowed to leave Hus- Russia had not applied for dlvoi..-
    ," Ek-r any hope remam that Since then two of the girl. taw
    he Soviet JoverTrncnt will n. *mgf ^gm^f^^
    ' ... , .1. .., abducted Only one. Claru Ha.i
    All Young. AH ***? and her slx-yenr-old son Nichol;.-
    TtlKRK wera 30 Anio-&oviel ,whom his ffcaiwr has never seen)
    marriages duiing the war. Most remains- at liberty within thi
    Of the Britons were Setvlcemeii. British Embassyund no one cai.
    Some or them were Foreign Offloj prK),cl hoW ionf h^r liberty wll<
    employees They ranged in ranK las[
    , brigadier to a nav ll ts
    graphlst: in status fiom a cap- yet this week In Britain thu
    t.un in UM Brlli.h Militury Mis- of the husbands I have true**
    Kmbaasy messengers. The have tolu me *epjrately:
    girls were almost all young, al- "We still hope on .
    most all very pretty As far as there can be a spoke*-
    The men lived with their wives man for a scattered misceila.i.
    in apartments: some of them had of husbands whose main comnu
    children. It was only when hus- Interest is that they marrio<
    bands were re-posted to England Russian wives, Mr. John K
    and made application for their Bolton. once an RAT serge;'.i
    wives* exit visas, that the first and now a market gardei.er
    diplomatic nft appeared. But up Coggleshall, Essex, is thot ma>
    to 1945. and by personal represen- His own wife. Nadia employe-
    tiition to Stalin, o dozen visas wcie as a typist at the Bniisn Em
    granted and a dozen Russian bassy. disappeared in Februar;
    wives came to Britain. this year, has not been heard
    Then war ended and down since. Yesterday he gave m
    jammed the family Iron Curtate, news, as up to date as he had It
    Since then the husbands have of the helpless but still hopeful.
    acted In concert but in ever- British husband*,
    decreasing numbers. "Moat of us have scattered.
    In IWfl, 15 British husbands in he says, "and In many cases out
    England awaited their wives wives have either been forced U
    from Russia. desert us. or have been kidnappe
    In 1947. IS of these signed a or disappeared. Two of us. Patru-
    lekter appealing lor help and Henderson and Alrred Hall, have
    reason eettled in Canada, where 1 believe
    Twelve of these later formed {hey ttr5*lh working for the re-
    pp actior squad" pooling their 1"* <' heir wives.
    gratuities and savings to pay for "Hall was over here
    a campaign, hiring a mobile summer and curt
    headquarters (a plg-swlll lorry), told me he still h
    picketing a Big-Four conference
    at St. James' with a banner rrnd-
    l to see me. Ht
    I hopes.
    "As for me ... I hope on too.'
    Fiom Mr. J. T. Burke, once in
    ing: For British and Soviet the Merchant Navy anfl now i
    consciences We are the British bank official ,.t Ealing. whose
    Husbands Without our Wives." tall beautiful wife. Lola, once at-
    They attended Westminster de- tempted suicide in her unhap-
    hate< circularised newspapers, had plneas, came a similar story. He
    10 000 copies of an open letter had not heard of any of the Bn-
    nrinted and distributed. tish husbands rc-msrrying. He
    Sine of them swore an "oath believes that at least nine ot them
    of faithfulneas" in a solicitor's wilt never do so.
    presence, signed It. sealed it. wcwld coevsicHi sEsnvgp
    hound It wtth red tape and pre-
    L.E.S.
    Is This The Secret That
    Sh Tiie Sun ftlori.1, it now weei-iN.erlipwrd a little- domentii-daiia>rr
    A RIDDLE was baffling foreign By SEFTON DEI.MER king authorised the announcemen'
    diplomats in Cairo at the time 1 ,h*1 hc would " Wl *~or,*mu-
    lcft there recently sister of Premier Nahas's wife^ and Uonal power of veto to bar any
    "How lung will it be." thev that, far from being a poor, land- anti-corruption Bill which did nol
    asked, "before agitation is r conrerning the financial scindal prominent senator and member of Her friends
    involving Premier Nahas, his fam- the Nahas party. That meant the king was siding
    lly. and friend" openly against the Nahas Govern-
    Thls scandal had reached its Influential ment. There was no time to I*
    cutest stage just before the abro- Now, Mme. Nahas. who is 38 lost.
    gatlon of the Anglo-Egyptian years younger than her husband. That same day the Director of
    treaty It seemed certain to bring Is a very powerful and influential Taxation. Aly Aluba Bey. resigned
    down Nahas and his Government woman There are many who He let it be known that he wa-
    Since abrogation nothing more claim that she. not her husband, doing so because Nahas bad order
    his been heard of It. U the real ruler of the Wafdlst ed him to revise the assessment!
    Here are the facts from which Party and of Egypt. Qf B number of persons who, the
    the answer must be sought. Yet the newspapers fell so sure director claimed, had been assesser
    of their ground that they kept perfectW correctly.
    The Law plugging the story of the land Who were these people? Akbai
    Soon after he came into power grant to Mme Nahas's sister all Leoum revealed that thev were
    in January 1950 Premier Nahas. through August and the ftrst week mostly friends of Mme Nahas-
    as evidence of his Socialist "pro- of September. her dressmaker Mme. Andree hei
    gressiveness." passed a law per- King Fnrouk became interested, furrier M. Slstovarls, her coiffeur
    milling poor peasant* to squat on As you will recall, he was In and also some big financier'
    unoccupied State land and culti- Europe at the time burning the friendlv to Nahas himself.
    vate It. midnight oil in studying the laws Akbar Leoum puBllshed photo-
    If they could prove that they had of permutation and combination at graphs of Nahas's orders to thr
    worked it for a year they were en- the gambling stables of Monaco. diroj-tor
    titled to buy ten acres of It for But he broke off these studies. The Cabinet met at once A|.
    each working member of the and on September 14 rushed back though they had been informed b
    family. lo Alexandria. The first thing he both the*British and American am
    The purchase price was a mere dtd w* to scnrt. for the papers hassadori that new proposals wer
    |UK(.n concerning the land grant. On on their way subsUtuUng a Four
    In the summer of that year a September 29 he acted. Power arrangement for Britain
    man named Gaballah (literal In a special announcement pub- occupation of the canal, the Mir,
    translation "God gave") applied U'hed throughout Egypt he or- isters decided to rush into abroga-
    for 400 acres of land at Mariout, dered that the I md acquired by tion.
    near Alexandria, for himself and the sister-in-law of Premier Nah;.s The announcement to parUamen
    19 relatives. He .proved that he and her 24 relatives should be im- was made on October 8.
    had been working--the land for a mediately returned to the State In a delirious*, frenzy of Joy a*
    Public applause was sincere and "liberation" >ll was forgottei
    rnmeiit, however, resonant. King Farouk protector about ihc land gegl, the tax assess-
    application down, of ihe poor, father of the father- menls. and tare other scandals, bli
    they, said, "Is close land wos much gratified. and litUe. that had been exercis-
    airpori. But again this was not the end ing the public.
    It will be added to the airport of it. For hardly had the king The Opposition leaders had lr
    shortly when the field is en- spoken, when the mass circulation play-along. And so did the king
    larged newspaper Akbar Leoum came out The situation demanded national
    That aeemed to be. the end of it with photographs of all the most unity Anyone talking scandal a'
    Strange relevant documents in the case and this .noment would be howled
    Bui it n ST la Augu.1 of complM* H.I d Ihc 25 bend!- down a. a traitor.
    I report, began to be clarle.. IntorMtfd'
    J'C&STS&SS Tk Bombshell 2 When Mr j3S j-.?wj- tb,
    OS !..,. happen!.,, lo Ihe State The Oppudtlon party in the U.S. Ambaaudor. called a te
    land at Mariout adjoining the Egyptian Parliament proposed a da> l.lcr with th Anytican pro-
    .,,.,.........,..,.,. 11.11 i.iitiHitlng an Inquiry into Bli poal he was received with
    Ton iSn cEU'to Ihc airport fortune, mad. bv official, or poll- h.u.htlnej. by Sal.h ed-Din Ihe
    had been aligned bv Ihe June t.ci.n. .Incc September S. Ii. Foreign Mlnl.ter.
    S3 under which Gaballah had Naha, .declared Ihe BUI w un- He ... kept Undlnglrim.cUj
    ,lne ' ... spectlve. He propoeed to use hi. mod to keep the Pole* and Czech*
    A further 248 acre, went to 24 pa.t>> ..........U v..v. lo pu.h 'landing before Ihey were inrij.
    member, of her famllv. including through a .ubatllute Bill orderm, ed. "We are not nterejted in thew
    hc. little iwo-year-old daughter that all official fortune, .nould be Pfr-U. H-^ ~'<"k
    raHda and her ninc-vo.n-nltl son .ubicct to invenugalion for all That I. understandable enough
    Fanda and her nine yejr om >n ^^ That might have caused no verv This brougHt Ihe second bomb, less likely Is the Cabinet to be In
    great astonishment had It not been shell hurtling al Naha. from Ihe danger,
    that Mme. Alila Bwaklel Is the royal palace on October ,1, "">
    year.
    The Oov
    li.ined h.s
    'Tins land."
    al studiii
    Our Readers Sn\:
    Th,< i.iiil. IVarfra /vyv./
    To The dirT The Adrocale.
    SIR,Pie.-*. aiiov. m. through
    i.f your paper to
    lhank all those who sent answers
    to oui questionnaire. With three
    exceptions Ihe answers we re-
    ceived, if relatively lew. were
    most encouraging. Further dis-
    cussions are to take place b> nv
    Committee and an announcement
    will be made public later on
    We hear from different sources
    questions we asked were
    not clearly understood. Evident-
    ly' some people have thousj*4t that
    p*rad la irn financial
    assistance they would be heavily
    nnilvi'1 In building the theatre.
    thai was not meant at
    .il! w. i an ri erely asking for
    With Christmas so near we
    consider this an Inopportune
    moment (or opening a ubecrlp-
    ilon list. In the New Year
    hope tnat all those who offered
    u* support will help us not onl>
    with donations but by organtidnK
    entertainment*. Perhaps those
    not reply on account of
    their uncertainty will respond
    when our subscription Hit i
    opened.
    GOLDE WHITE.
    Hon Sec Theatre Project
    Committed.
    'Inhuman.' says the Dean of St. Paul's
    head inc. the comments on the Pope'*
    declaration
    SAVE THE MOTHER
    -OR THE CHILD?
    Ilr M. B 1>IU"-' Ua Dmh ! rt "pi.""
    M a*.i.. I* u.fia.i- UM Ufa ! > aMMi
    THE miat tji argument stirs again over a
    .mail bed in the centre uf a large room. Thei
    "gure on the bed is a woman, and the people
    .. ndinv, <>ver her WMT famous faces.
    Should the mother liw or the baby ? The
    must be made. The woman is the
    hnd the doctor knows she cannot!
    survive .1 I've birth.
    A venerable old man stepped forwardasj
    reported recentlyand laid down the lawi
    for 330 million of his followers
    "To save a mother's life is a very noble
    aim." said Pope Pius XII. "but X)w direct
    Killing of the baby as a means to that end
    's not permitted.**
    And in those 26 words, the Pope has cut
    clean across the law, the practice of doctors,
    and the instinct of many people.
    CAUSE OF PAIN AND MISERY
    Listen first to a great man of the Church
    in Britain :
    "The Pope's teaching would be regarded
    by most normal people as inhuman," saidj
    the Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral. Dr. W. R.
    Matthews recently.
    "The Pope seems to agree with Henry
    VIII, who said. 'Save the child,' and allowed
    his wile Jane Seymour to die.
    "It seems to me that the death of th.*
    mother means the loss of a valuable person-
    ality and is certain to cause pain and misery.
    "On the other hand, no one knows wh.'lher
    the child will live. One eventuality is certain
    the other problematic."
    The dilemma of the doctors is no less
    reat than that of the Churchbut not sn
    ;reat as their classic oath suggests.
    The most famous figure in medical history.
    Hippocrates, spoke the words of the oath
    very doctor takes: "I will give no deadly
    nedicine to anyone if asked, nor will I aid a
    A-oman to produce abortion."
    A judge has answered backand this was
    lis statement of the law :
    "Where a doctor believes that a child can-
    tot be delivered without the death of the.
    n<>ther resulting," said Mr. Justice Mac- |
    taghten, "he is {entitledindeed, it is his
    lutyto perform an operation as soon as
    >ossible with a view to saving the mother's
    ife"
    CLASSIC CASE OF 1938
    That rulinggiven in the classic Bourne
    ase in 1938is endorsed by the famous
    vnaecologist who says:
    "Most doctors do not hesitate to sacrifice*
    baby's life during partictilarly difficult]
    hildbirth if they are satisfied that the moth-
    er's life would be endangered by prolonging!!!
    t."
    But "there is a moral aspect," arguca a
    (oman Catholic priest at the time. "If the
    inborn child is a living person with a soul,
    vhich we believe to be the immediate crea-
    ion of God, it has all the rights of a human,
    tenon It has a right to life.
    "A legal system that encourages the des-;
    ruction of life and tampers with the sancti-
    ies of human life will set the people's" fee*
    m the way to self-destruction."
    BE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY'
    Dr. Barnes, Bishop of Birmingham, de-
    lined to comment last night, but he is on
    he record with this statement:
    "I put to you the thought that the Aid
    :ommandment 'Be fruitful and multiply and
    eplenish the earth' could be deemed divint-
    10 long as the world needed more human
    >eings... .The primitive need has passed..
    -*o the question arises : Is human life always
    ;acred whatever its quality or circum-
    itances ?"
    Return again to the Pope. He says : "Every
    .11111.111 being, also the child in the maU'rn.il
    voiTib, has the right to life given directly by
    God, not by the parents, nor by any society
    ir human authority. Therefore there is no
    nan, no human authority, no scieiuw m
    in-dual, eugenical. social, economic, or mom'
    mthority that can show or give a valid dec -
    .ion over an innocent human life."
    There are many who will have difficulty it
    accepting that as the controversy is thrust la
    ind fro across the fireside.
    ANTI-SOCIAL NONSENSE
    A woman social worker who telephoned,
    the Dally Express recently hi-llenged tha
    /iew saying :
    "But the baby is not a life from the ver.
    beginning. And to say that the mother's HIV
    should be sacrificed for tissue that can;
    neither hear nor see nor think is utter non-'
    sense."
    And "highly anti-social non-sense at that
    The man speaking now is Dr. Norman Hair,
    a man with a lifetime of experience m
    iynaeeology. He added last night :
    "If ont has to choose between saving the
    mother and saving the baby, it is more im-1
    portant to save the mother. In the majority
    of cases she would be able to produce more
    babies.
    "But often it is not a question of saving
    the mother 'or' the baby, it is a matter of
    sacrificing the baby or letting both mother
    and baby die.
    "Even in such cases the teaching of thr
    Roman Catholic Church does not permit the
    destruction of the child. So 'both' mother
    and baby may die."
    And almost no one hearsamong all that
    noise^"the small voice from the bed."
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    HI 1>\I SD \\ M>\ I MIIKK 7. 1951
    vllls \l)\..( \l|
    PAGI Hvi
    ACCUSED FOUND GUILTY OF LARCENY
    SENTENCE POSTPONED
    \\\\\ MlVa
    THE Hon Acting Puisne Judc Q. L Taylor at the
    Court '>( Grand Sessions yesterday postponed sentence in
    Horace Pile who was found guilty of stealing from a dwell-
    ing hoi to the value of $29.68. The offence was
    committed on May IS The articles are the property of
    Poster King of Lodge Road. Christ Church.
    " W. W. Hrfi-c K.C SoUrl--
    Tayloi* Acting
    Puisne Judge
    Mr.
    iri t for the
    prceecutton uiles*d
    ..used) on
    May 23 knowing thai *
    Kins and his family M
    .,: Ledesj Hill
    val-
    -' l from ISM 4l G 1 T.ttlrr, Judge of th
    King l lid the Court yes- Assistant Court of Aix-al ha:'
    -..it he live* ai tadcr* It"
    Chiisl Church, and on May 23 * Judas 04
    l'-fi his homf about 6.30 a.m. for will he addressoj as His !
    work. He returned hone about ihr Judge Trm aiijiOiniment
    "iJO p.m. the same day and f->und came int.. I -icfriaj
    ihat a donation box was miaslng Mr H A Vauuhan
    .:i the bureau and a. J H r> trr
    S'ST* V!"? v'h"h ls vaUird "I '"
    .3.20 and looking Into -
    rrwul Mr H. A ralmi - n \.
    1 I Judge HA
    ir the petty rx*bi Court i
    A" while Mr C, R
    Chief ClerV nf Ohtrirl "A"
    I. aetlng Police Magbttritr i
    Dwnct a *

    Leg.Co.PassSI.120
    $1,920 FOR LATE
    REPORTER'S WIDOW
    uii mlch wait hanging
    ver -"iU bed. he found that $20
    were also mlsi'm:
    Inform iiiinn
    i.ve.1 infoi-ination from
    Drajtpn and went to the
    Police Station and repoiied the
    matter.
    King, wtti i I
    King, said that she knew ihe
    accused for sorm-lnr... On May
    23 aha left her home about 7 r.m.
    and returned about 5.30 p.m. She
    searched tor n donation box
    whit-h contained $6 in it.
    A karctl light belmging to her
    : VS also missing. On Tin besrielal
    May 24 >he mw the donation box day passed a Resolution for 54 420
    In the possession off Sgt. Speneer SI.:'.
    at the (>i-ti- P oraiiu gratuity to the widow of Uh
    Muru-1 Kiiih. dauchter of i.lj ,., r. \ M..vnaiu Oftlel;.!
    Kblg, ,iid she helped her Reporter of the Roust i I
    .u making a search for the bly. Included in the J4 n |
    articles. She found 'Sal a dona- an amount to pay for bringing Mr
    tion box. a torch light and $20 May nurd's notes on Ho.,
    rare niiwlne. scmbly delwtes up to date.
    11 H St John told
    lold ihe Court thai *Mmberi ,{ (ha council that the
    he knew the accused for some- Debates Committee had I >
    lime. On Mav 23 he wu at stdarlng getting a dlctapl
    lodge Road. Christ Church, be- the Official Reporters n that tie-
    Hi "i more
    ,: Mi- IV" i i- OUlehh H<'i)orti'i'h iilight read Use
    l *aw thj aceuatd apei
    roming from Mn. Kin*'- house afterward* n type! type tl
    In his hand.
    When the l rhed him
    turn What he had in fie
    it from.
    The accused did not answer
    him. He a*ked the accused to
    have a drink with Slim at phOp
    B.G. Police
    IHfieer Pavs
    A Visit
    T Whittingham. Deputy
    In Brttash
    invert in the island on
    B S haafOfw,
    i
    M was on
    I .
    Mr. Whittingham. called on
    Ul, Commissioner
    Rer I ml
    uiund the
    ..fterwarcU voit.-d tin
    COU tl B i I Wakefleld."
    iih miingi
    Dpi uted h>
    ; ham.
    i BJJ < "ii it afrit in i. ea De-em-
    ill be Sgt James or the
    II I i | m He is
    S' I u< i.i -ftei
    .. course Hi England
    - nglna dimg wtte
    I !>..*
    i Force will
    m WEST INDIES Held
    Stullitneysi nut could not get to the ball ai
    It Nowcaatla. Iflaw South Wale* Hmv
    forward* with' ut addlns to US ncor*.
    Hi ll i G B ' t-
    lyn had raiM- Ovid not 'h' riion
    quickly done.
    ii- n c. n Evey n tun rak Uk|l
    ^ the Qfltee of onu-iai ft
    and that he did. But before "houlrf be a full lime one with an
    going with him to the shop, the ^ce In which the reporters->ild
    areuiert went home with the box
    nnd left it here. In the shop the
    work.
    Hon Dr
    C II St John i
    M i the 1 i snu "* jy"l,Id,,pa* n lh*' "
    puzzling box ' H"n (' n Bveljm tt> the De-
    bates Committee:
    the
    carrying . K-----------..... hM Commlttw.
    Ilox Taken Provision Is included in
    Wilhelmina Pitt also told the Resolution for:
    rial she saw Pile, the The payment of cost of living
    accused, with a box coming from allowance to the Official Reporton
    the booh of Mrs. King's house, of the Leglslatun at the same
    Sgt. Spencer attached to the rates and on the same terms men-
    <-..ition said that on tloned in Supplementary Eetim-
    i about 8 a.m, Foster King ates. 195152. No. 26.
    report l. the Station. He The payment of an amount of
    then investigated and went to the S.S7B for indexing the volumes of
    0t ' .u-euaed and *.u- tin- ii.-h.iies of ihe legislature for
    him about II a.m. He toM aim 'be years 19441951;
    that he was accused of carrying An amount of 11.550 for the pay-
    tlonation box from Mrs. ment of ubeUtutes 'or UV
    Kind's botam After this the Reporter of the House of Assembly
    i iil showed eiim where
    hid a box. The accused went
    the bushes for the box which *

    he while on leave and lt>r bringing hi:
    arrears of work up-to-date
    The payment of an rx-urarin
    gratult) of SI.920 to the widow
    He took 'the box from the the late Mr. E A. Maynard, Oftl-
    accuscd and Mr*. King identified clal Reporter of the House of
    at property. The accused Assembly,
    was then taken to the Oistin
    Police Station and charged.
    At this stage the case (< >r the
    prosecution closed. Giving evi-
    dence on the stand, the accused.
    Horace Pile, told the COUM that
    on May 23 he was on his era)
    home from work. This was ><*"
    about 1.30 p.m. He was passing KOaplti
    through Maynsrd's pasture when ttsoftb;
    Seaman Injured
    ! seaman of the
    schooner TimotfiH A. II. t'nnslupt-
    :akcn in the General
    >ith a dislocated hand
    .r the schooiu i
    .. -null box." The top of In Carlisle Bay yesterday
    the box was broken and he took Phillips got his ham* raught in
    It home and showed it to his the deck engine Timothu A. H
    mother. Vanstui/imnn was not coming to
    Before reaching home he pass- Barbados on this trip fro
    ed Dravton and Mrs. Pitt tnlking. Guiana, but she made the emer-
    When about 25 yards from Mrs. gency call so that Phillips could
    Pitt's house. Dravton asked him get medical attention,
    for a drink. He refused to give Timothu A. H. Vatislinrtmon**
    bJn one and eventually Dravton mainsail : badly l< in and will M
    carried him to a shop where they mended while she is here. The
    bad u drink. Dmvton asked him schooner left British Guiana with
    about the box he had. cargo for St. Kitts and Antigun.
    Hnu*e Searched meeting light wind ami be**]
    ft uhraii I \H n m showers of ram on the way.
    pm' Captain Sloll said the mainsail
    got heavy and. with Insufficient
    On Mav
    Sgt. Spencer
    accompanied by
    to nut mother'-
    _i _________._ ... , _!,. |lll IIVJ> il U. uri iiimiiiiiii'i"
    His mother asked Sgt.
    Spencer what Re was searching
    for and he told her that Foster
    Kins bed reported that he had
    box. His mother
    asked h. Hal donation
    ,.i he told her 'no'.
    log, Sgt. Spencer
    took a statement from him and
    look him to Oistin Station
    After the jury found Ii
    schooner from Bar bad oi
    KitU and Antigua
    Timofhi/ A. II. Vanilii|/liiian is
    consigned to the Schoonei OamerS1
    Association.
    criminal recordtold the court
    that he knew ihe defendant wabo
    two petit larcenies. On the
    Pile guilt of larceny from the last convictionSeptember 27
    dwelling houe of Foster King. 1950he was placed on a bom]
    ImersoD Howard keeper of the for two years in the fUsrl ai s^4
    Ketch "T/.ii Hang" Crosses
    Atlantic In 25 Days
    WIRY and weather beatpn Brigadier Mllei
    45-fOOt batch Tzu Hang off the Aqua':
    on Tuesday. cotnplttilU 'J."tH)-nnle Atlantic crossu
    the Gang Tin Hana did I' In IS da)

    vere t)U wife Beryl and
    ind so he had no Dead
    nm Aalied II lb
    elped him lo do the
    I d mj wife would be
    in Hi if ihe read 'hat she assisted
    me In the steering; she did miwt
    ul llis- \>>>rk on the s|n(1 Shr
    cUmba the rfgctaaj like a reel
    saitoi c ed in well.
    Thi^ Enntish i ,
    are making the enttri
    with I'.u Hang. The) tactad
    i.ui from England on July s nn I it*1! .ti Spain
    August ( .uiid Ihem ,i! Portugal]
    from wbare Issty gallad Na
    ' i
    nd ii' Canartti until
    Ihe hurricane st-a-on passed and
    then set sail for the Canary
    Island*. On October ii they
    Eut out klilei
    ilder Ihan the 4fi ihut m m
    .i 'i.. done q
    i mii-iiif. Proudly, he saJd
    very pleasant
    none of the 4
    i araful \>> aa> "don't be
    too dramatle in rout e/fl
    mi voya] e bo | ,,i,. i
    had an exciting moment."
    (lean Docltg
    T/ii Man*, .i in rutty l--.kn, .
    Oil the OUtalde .ift.'l fr.iu ri.tiHC
    from Rngland. I^
    f...fe end her deck looks neat and
    a rubbed. Waves, constant!?
    breaking aboard when I
    ui sea. save net new the trouble
    of i leaning ran
    l : tonnet Ii
    Txu Hang hai i
    length of 48 feet
    She is II .1. 8 ins
    vide .ind draws 6 ft. 8 Ins. or
    water.
    Although a sailing veMsel. she
    Ii equipped with n 14 h.p. Mmn
    Engine, Miles Smcvton uses the
    for taking her Into
    harbour. With trade winds blow-
    ing will, Tim Hang it i
    to her crew. Under W
    -.Ms end mi/7.en. she sails herself
    i. way. Onlv m I
    Uple Of davs Of tJi-
    i Atlantic the B) ban
    Bd 'laughter had t i
    'v their hand at -leering and
    in- trade winds
    light for the ketrh to
    it i* done tins way, Wles
    aid Fron log itasn-
    l ropes are run to the
    till.r The stayiils ore attar bed
    In such n way thai th.
    the ropes accord)i. to the pm
    nking them and
    ho opeiati^ tiie till, i V.
    i .it always in Ihe wind,
    Itiiilt In Hong Kong
    Tau Hang wa. built
    f ng about (I vr.ir- ..,;" 01 Ho|
    lllder of Til Mo Shan, t
    gk On page 7.
    fnm Thr ftoasaYpg
    Open Air Service
    At ttfut/iimui's
    it.
    i.
    Mali.
    Annual Praver
    Week Nov. 1]
    'in.- Annual IVoea of l
    . i, .1 v .
    throughout the world ui open
    on Sunday, November II The
    theme for this year is "All Poverf
    ,>. Uiven
    i H WilLi,
    t. r> ..f the local Y m <
    n Mvei it. \i. i.
    an oppoi-
    hen all mem]
    hort time
    Into real
    fellowship.
    i on No
    vember II, the dsn aet aside for
    I

    freedom Ii b the .ncasion on
    Which the Y.MC A .,:
    will meet in >oin| fellow
    1* is OH'the eve t't tile O]
    dui n'- Heedquarten for whtari
    ray little .s.n II-
    Itce hf evenly I ,, (O thank
    Hun '. i ..ii He baa d i
    u .. p. vtb ge which
    i io make use of '
    He said that ii wag for ttsflea
    i-eaaons that the Board of Dtrao-
    ""
    to DMka the dallv sain
    ittend every lueetlna.
    On sui lav u : .i ,.,u be
    Rev .1 S Doulti
    leet will l
    '
    Ovclisl liljim-il
    At about B o'clock on Monday
    night stepta a i ,aii t Clapham.
    Chrlsi Church, struck an i
    ment ei ,| fell into a Held of canes
    while rtdbuj bit
    I Churc'i.
    ik were Injure.I
    and he was suffering from sfMOb
    Mi. W. W Roeot, KC bL( P
    who was passing when lha
    Ifted i*-k;iIi Into
    i and rushed him horn-.
    Lagall -..,.- treated foi lha |n-
    terday dl -
    i"ii Is im-

    l.ir lleetor.
    lieu, eoniUuti.i en Opet
    Might last

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    1
    i I small gi
    kdvei
    by Mr. L Babb
    :.' JoyfUl Hall it KOI I Hill
    ittend the
    s venth Da
    iruntly. with gba i m
    nights, erian Boel
    I. II .h.'ii M hi.ldniK ii
    '
    \ i.aie nuenoei al
    -end led in I * e Hill in

    mdaj nlghl expectb
    n < mlM>rs ..I lln '
    i Of Mi
    W R. t ...
    Si Ji^-i pfa ;i candid da fi st
    .ifion did
    .th.- party turn u|
    disappointed ana
    ui pegee ed
    ine Jt^-. Rhrer Limit
    tru
    r9l eonunulng' Anotha
    | H Hill expected ft bi
    ecmpleted eoen, 'me ol
    Intendenta told the AsaVaaate

    tins.- U ll end '
    Jamuu
    A Cricket team from thai
    parish It i
    ; n Hill, st James

    next Ti..
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    ph'i loan H
    well known in Orange iM) since
    iie was the most successful bowler

    ii | saw *pot .
    'ui I urns and gained th.
    Uuk (Mayers m the hat-trick
    V era Lloyd St. Hill. S llaviu-i
    fcrmaud Maart nf I'.

    I hi row! Id an tmusuallj
    large egtj lertuV

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    When sm .it brokg Ui
    fntm i another one ol normal
    On pair 1
    PEARL
    NECKLACES
    at the
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    prices
    al your Jewellers
    Y. Be LIMA
    A CO.. Ill*
    BLINDING
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    MADE HER HELPLESS
    |
    KRUJCHEN
    hr.u9Mr..l.f f.'ftS'r* f^n
    svers head-
    aobsa will be lntarested Id
    rmdlnr bow this woman
    ended her troubles :
    "1 waa anb]ect to uirrible
    li-slai he- While they laated. I
    seemed to lose my slirhL and all
    power In my bands and was forced
    In He down for hoars st a time.
    Mv aunt, who baa taken Krum heo
    Halts for years, sussested my
    irvlne* them. I did so, and I've
    nut had a return of those terrible
    hfsdaches for months. In Diet,
    1 feel quite cared." M.W.
    ib-aiUrhxs can nearly always
    h- traced lot disordered stnma< h
    and to the unsuspected retention
    In the system of stairmit ii>u
    wasto material, which poisons
    the blood. Remove the poisonous
    si-'umulatlona prevent them
    rroni furinltiic aaaln and you
    wm't have to worry any more.
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    hnnas swift and lasting relici
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    waste., .
    Ask your seal set
    Bt .ma fur Ki ...- i,-ii
    st Death By Misadventure
    Death by misadventure was re.
    lurnc.i i > ., niry a/Pon the Inquiry
    11 Drake-,
    of .V'eicln

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    snnouncemer.u In Cartb Cal.i g th.
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    Flu.belh Aged a-
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    -l *M urn to-day for All
    i. the Wm<
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    irn bert to k-
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    .t-U.sheo' mt office at
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    i Thursday ! a m to II papa.
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    hjnmi| OMnr.
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    NOTICE
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    IIXeUBBY OIVP NOTICE that | haw
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    PU.-L.tuv. Oo. ftdwra Tucaday
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    PICK-UP: il> Austin o Pick.Up 1*90
    Model Almoat new Dial *!-
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    . ( Ml II In hKlm uwuua-v or my daar
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    1WT
    I do not need a ipaelal dav
    To bring you to
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    C\er to be romenib.trd by Larkene Ho*.
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    ^.it on November 7lh. IK4).
    I .1 ha. paMtd alncc lhal add
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    Hurdle, -ho waa
    7lh ol Novnnbrr.
    iii urn 1

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    MM.
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    ,\ ... bat .'.. longer are
    he*.
    Fvet t.i li^ remrmbered py
    DM Watd> family
    1 11 SI Iii
    n In loilng memor.' of our
    rear beloved mothrr Martlia Philllpa
    INK T. Its*
    mi mpp< wary ihud 01 arace who
    F\er lo be remembered by l-oulie R
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    i:.wii. Di.-.l BI44 No Dog..
    T 11 ii 111
    1 Hour. St.
    4.11Bl-3n
    I OS! A FOUND
    LOST
    CAT Malr Ginger colour, ttravrd
    (10m >c II ihg name ol
    Uinrr Beautiful reward Return to Mr
    I ..mining. Airpoit____________Til MIn
    ITC I'All TIC-KFTS Autumn
    r*M M HJ and SMS LI.
    Nou Theai.e Finder kindly
    1-turn aarr.e > Aovmalr At) vrrt 1*1114
    Peparlmerit i 11 si in
    DOO-Lal in the RockierHailing.
    vicinity on Monday Night On* Large
    IHacb dog .Male. An.we.lng to the name
    il "Thunder" Finder plea** telenhon*
    912 or SIM Reward offered.
    1 II II- In
    Kidneys Must
    Clean Out Acids
    ......- In tlio Kid-
    iifiaor Bladil'r niak* yourauffer from
    < Jetting Up Night*. Nrrvouaneat. Leg
    Palna, Circled Tjniier Kyed. Bnrkarhe.
    Aching JolnU, Acidity. * Burning
    rouugureo, don't rely on ordinary medi-
    1 MS, Klght auch Polaona god troublea
    _____l prove entirely nalla'actory anil
    ba aigclly tha medicine you need or
    money back li guaranteed. Aak your
    .hcrUM (or Cyiuv. (Slaatai) iomy.
    ***-------------------Thgauar-
    . .Cystex.,.,..,.
    rdlaaer*,Tl iiairlig.lbd** you.
    SEA VIEW GUEST
    HOUSE
    HASTINGS BARBADOS
    Under new management.
    Dally and longlcrm rates
    quoted on request
    Permanent guests
    welcome.
    Dinner and Ccrktall
    parties arranged
    J. H. BUCKLAND.
    Proprietor
    FURNITURE
    AND OTHFF1 THINGS AT
    MONITV SAVING PRICKS
    Cradle*. Red* Ward-
    robe. 114 up. Bureau* %\~ up.
    WMhitindi- Mom., Tub. Hu*h
    and other FurnitureTable*. Side-
    board! Waggon*. Larder*, Tea
    Trallei* Walter~China. Bedroom
    and Kitchen Cabinet* Deak*.
    Bookcaiea. Booferack*.
    Corona Port-ble TVPXWRlTi;n.
    Bverlaiting Iron KITCHEN SINK.
    30*14 14 S*v -Wardrobe and other
    TKr'.KS S3 lo pW
    L. S. Wilson
    SPIIV ST.
    DIAL 406B
    gagdakCIsUCAL
    D .1 :
    RADKW one 10 tube Phill.pt
    Radio Hi perfect condition, loveli Cabinet
    .100 one "Philro" tub* model, con
    ditto., as new. No redeonable at**
    furfd AppU The Stand.id Agency
    LIVESTOCK
    The hall-bred' mare llartnol*.
    0111 of O T C and Marina and in foal (or
    Battle Froot Thla mare la alao an e*cl
    lent plantation ndlng mare Appk/
    J C Payie. Barrow or phone 3344
    I II SIJn
    MECHANICAL
    AJR MILL -One Cllma lift Air Mill
    -Hh a pump both in good order Phone
    l-* 3.11 si*,.
    ruexn. stapling HAOOm lu
    rxrived Reoet SUplliuj Machine*, .id.
    lUpler*. ataple*. Iran-parent tSralrh
    up* and dlaoenaer*. foolecap carbon
    jutomatlc daUng machine. J A
    Marian at Son Ltd Jame. ttieet
    II M In
    TVPEWiCTtatK One Royal Pmlalnr
    t.prwnter. praetKally new. with magic
    margin etc al*o one It Inch Carriage
    Si.'iidgrd 'Underwood" trpewriter. vm
    mil. tued No reasonable otter ref.iu-d
    Appl"' The Standard Agency illd.-.i
    Co 14 Swan SUeet Dial SBSO
    J.IISCELLANEOUS
    AMF-lllCAN CHtUSTUAS CARDS)A
    vegy aaaortmrnt ol American rnn.trrui*
    Card, in boKa* of II different Card*.
    i.lher cute aru^unconunon Clearing a|
    H W per boo You should call at our
    e and see them immediately. The
    Standard Again-y iB'doai Co 14 Swan
    treat Dial MM s II 31 S-,
    ANTIQUES Of every dacripl|on
    Clasa, China, old Jewel*, Ane Sliver
    Watrrcoluura. Early book*. Map*. Auto-
    gikph* etc at Oorrlngea Antique Shop
    nc,].lining Royal Yacht Club
    1 in III.I n
    IV* tur coal mulor.
    . 1100 00 On show at
    Ion. McGregor Slreel
    S II Si 1 f ii
    1 JSHIONS UNIT* It. idv
    In- padding
    of M 00 eacl
    " gggj <..
    PERSONAL
    The public are hereb warned ugali.it
    giving credit I., my wife. MALVINA
    RUDDER my ell responsible for her cr anyone elae
    ng any debt or debt* In my
    less by a written order signed
    by 1
    John* HunrhT.it.
    Wovely Cot.
    I George
    11 M- in
    WANTED
    HELP
    MANAGER for flr.l cla*a residential
    club In Woat Indie* Kkcellent oppor-
    tunity for young unmarried man with
    catering experience Position offer*
    md part profit* of bueineea Bob
    R B
    AtlM
    I Sl-81
    MAIX SALES HELP WANTED
    Knowledge of Spanish daalrable Must
    submit reference* Experience 1. men
    li.berd.sher> eueiitml Starting salmi
    from ffgo up commensurate with previou*
    ixpenence plu* commiaalon, all *!<
    -i.d oht.r beneSt* Reply In own hand-
    rTRSflg to Box A M S Co Advocate Co
    S 11. IIIn
    PESIDENT CHEMIST -A Reside.-(
    Chemial lor Hay man. Sugar Factory Ltd
    Salary *110 per annum Applic.tlon.
    Mtlng will be rereUed up to the
    ^uth Novimber For further particular*
    eppt' lo T A la* A ConiK-ll 7 II II4n
    STENOTYP1ST'
    Steno-T>pMl lo* oui Office Appl) In
    application to Bee-
    * Si Trading Co .
    Ltd Bay Street 1 ll.ll-4n
    THEATRE MANAGER A full time
    Manager for the PLAZA THEATRE
    Rarbareea Apply by litter and in peraon
    .1 the Office Of CARIBBEAN TttXATHEs
    LTD "The Banyan*-* Bay street,
    between the hour* of 9 a m and II noon,
    on or before November SDth The euc-
    4essl.1l applicant iruit lake up hi* dutlei
    by January tih All -up licet ma* treated
    In strict conlVdencc 4 II.IIIn.
    HEl'ltESENTATIVE FuU tiiie 1111-
    -farbado. Applira
    invited Which will
    runfldence Apply:
    lar". e. o Raib.dos
    3 II SI T11
    ited In ttr
    in Undo
    MISCiXLANEOUS
    NOTICE
    i- mil11 or n 1 1 < t
    Having been aW.
    flieer for the Part** a| *
    berebt give nntlee thai my onVi 1.
    lUblLhed at the Selah S
    B*Md1nly

    NOTICE
    "J"Wl tELP-Htl.P AB104 I4TION
    Will I'..n.iiiers please note FrHla>
    h being a Bank-holiday money will
    not be paid out until Friday ISUi
    * II II
    (VANTON
    ' Top Rnrh .ndlng OP half
    *i acre hiving 4 bedrooms. Dinuig (
    hot*. Sun Lounge, two fully lied
    MM* pad
    Mro..n Kitchen Outside S Car Garage.
    Seitanta Room. Children. n*v Room.
    The oar-1-m are well laid
    numerous Tree*, with double entrance
    The above Piopeily ran be purchased
    fully FurnUhed if so deaired With poo.
    aeaaion lit February 1SU >
    1 " S II 11 In
    soricE
    PARI4R OF I HRI*t mi *( N
    SEALED TEWDErU. .marked u. ..
    rnvelop* -Teener for Loan"-, will he
    received at mv office up to Iff n n
    in Monday llth November, imi, lo, thr
    *on to the pariah of riJOO 00 at rate
    nr Interest not exceeding ga awUlac-
    ised by the "Chrlrt Church Parlari
    l-tn Art IMI. such som to
    be ropold In ten annual instalment, ol
    riStfO each l.ignher with interest the
    Out of *uch instalment, becoming di
    > October loth ISM.
    CerliBcate* will be issued In unlU of
    ao 00 each
    WOOD GODDARD,
    I'l-' 1 BM v. Mr*,
    I'hfc.i CHut
    NOTICE
    IIOVICI is HEKCBY GIVEN, that I
    n\r rst.bllihed my ofnre at the Ve.tr,
    Clerk* Ofl1.
    Him
    m lo II noon dally iSHu
    ceptedi
    a D iivsor
    Reluming office, far the
    ill n( BTIgggSgwi
    NOTICE
    ri.ftTORH FAglHll Ol %I -nur-*
    I ha>. eMnbH.lied my aeJlre ai
    Andrew. Factory. H.mdi, ,.,,.1 Tl.nr.
    lam to 1 p m
    J C KVtO
    Returning Officer.
    St Joaaph
    7 II 11*.
    NOTICE
    PARISH OF ST THOMAS
    I hereby give notice thai 1 have
    esubliahed my office at Belvedere near
    Hulieway. St Thomoa.
    Office hour* Tuesdays. Wedneerl-y
    ind Thursdays t 00 a.m. II am
    DOUGLAS IIAYNBH.
    Returning Officer
    Pailsh of St Thomas
    ;iir.i In
    NOTICE
    PARItai Ot ST 41BOR
    I hereby give notice that I
    -am-.tied ofbN 11 On
    .. .
    11 TuvidJ, Wednesday a.
    A YEARWOOD.
    K.ti.ini.u, a .,
    '.iisii of SI Oenrge.
    lioioi: LICENSE NOTICE
    The application of George Doughty
    fisherman of Halls Road. v
    .Idei ..I I lui ... I liemie No MVI of IPS I.
    anted lo Thcophilus Green id e In
    peel of board and shingle diop.
    attached lo rsatdenee at Hall* Rood,
    Michael, for permls.lon to use laid
    . iot Ucenae. *l and pre. 1 I H-.i-
    Road. St Michael
    ited Ihls tad dry. ol November. IUI
    To K A McIJ-OD laq .
    Police Idagngtntp. Di.l A
    Signed Cle\HirF. OBSZNlDGaV
    lor Aoplir .it
    N B Th. apullcllon will be con-
    dered at a 1 ic.Using Court
    Police Con' DM ^ ..Monday.
    * llth day of November ISSI. *t II
    K A McLKOD.
    I'nll.-e Magi.trale. DM1. "A."
    7 II SiIn
    The Land Arsjuisition Act,
    1949
    IKotl- required by Been.... SJ
    Tl*"l .cu ntlitn. In." public purpose*
    I U,. following par Is of land contain
    Ing On* rood and svm perch's more
    01 le illuate .1 the Dulrirt of Saint
    Chrlirtopher in the parlih of Chrlit
    lurch In the taland of Barb.dO* det.nl,
    In the Schedule hereto and more par-
    ularly shown and delineated and col-
    red pin* on a plan of aurvey signed bv
    1 C K Nichols. Sworn Surveyor, and
    led llth Mav IMI and filed In the
    lee of the Colonial Engineer having
    en decided on bv the Governor with
    Ihg approval of both Houses ef the I*g
    'Uire of the Wand of Barbados by
    .lutlon of the House* of the legMla
    1. it i hereby decUred In pursuance
    of Sectlim 3 of Ihe Land Acquisition Acl.
    I'mrim The dweilm* houtr bnowi
    1 ll .IDT. St U.,r.r 1.
    Standing on S rood*. SI perch** of land
    containing 4 bedroom. .'
    watar, drawl** in* dmusg raom.
    lichen. TMIet and rbMh. 1 fsgnranli
    rooms. Oarage, stectr. Iig
    L..d sufficient so build 3 1
    lights! offer not nereiaair.
    Ml d.iv from li .. m
    lo 3 pm Telephone I1M for fanner
    partlcuara 3 11 II T
    4tSV
    'igned Will offer lor lUk> at
    Publ* competition al their office. No
    17 High Sticct Biidgelown. on Thur*-
    day the It), day of November, IPS! at 1
    p in
    The Cottage known ,11 "ttOMN". In
    the bg Avenue. Strathrs-de. contain
    Ing Drawing and Dining K.mini. 1 Bed-
    room* .formerly li with .11 modern
    oanyenlrwce*. and th* land on Which
    ..mtalnlng 1.310 .u..ie feel,
    fully enclosed
    In.peruon on application lo H A Cor-
    .1 Tl.ideK Ltd
    lor conditions uf Sale, apply lo
    COTTIJt. CATFOHD m Co.
    SI 10 11- *n

    RM 1,1 1 Bon s

    Modern
    I Dlnliui H
    Kllrher On'
    Serv.nl. i, 1
    I Jill lull'
    I
    rhr Garden, an
    ft bMSd) There is ,n
    '"'. Prtg and Te*etih,mg
    .-.
    further partk-utara apply
    Ralph He..id Phone SI 10
    1 11 II n
    AUCTION

    the Estate of James B Scale. d*C*a**d
    to PHI 1 rhatiel houses on the apot al
    I A N. Orb .- M Michael on
    Thureda* Sth day of Novembn. IP3I
    oHONAI.lt DAMU .
    Auctioneer
    UNDER THE DIAMOND
    HAMMEK
    On Thur*dey the nth N...
    at 1 o'clock ..I tin' ..u.le., Ga lw sold bv
    From thv Parialw*
    tf) tragri pa-r 5
    Th* rPAT -I.,. ]
    ltdden I
    healry ll.iii wag damaged In 1.
    I I 0M AdSBaTBltr
    round at about 3.25 a
    *yr,
    accident
    f* .uioihrr biorl' owned !>y
    yd and rldrien bv
    .
    re >lii:>
    [s-st I aery
    rrmta was brought f
    l iri) .. .-
    " or n 111 g IT
    around and
    'I thf fruit v .
    ,
    riuhi te.,i!- fTOtn Com-
    brmmJ
    nk King llarbados IM
    tnal fast
    expected to take pa,t
    I ihe game: ami Kei'h MapL. .,
    riteman witi, ., ivputation ->r
    leing better Ul ID He I'. ,
    ' ill be numh i
    ft team baltn
    I WUkinm.M .,
    IXoiiihuik playei. e/UI be LiKntg
    p|rt hi tho xamc.
    ' f>sd| problem in fir- | .,,, ,,
    i ntlaasM u> u- ..
    wepks ;,k rMMaaswMl toU
    Arivaeale ymtmdm} On
    ) I m some housa
    .
    an i-uht
    y-r i, that Hreatlfrui:-. ln
  • ...
    Hurboiir Loj;
    IN CARLISLE BAV
    ' >' lor Hi.ti.i, Gui
    ahy the Motoi ... .i Can*
    Mm M.
    Arriving hare, te.terda* mumlng bv
    -eeael I
    Flag*. mi,,,i
    Wr. T ii s"m,,-",",,"M* r nimiiig
    i oidad
    .si wrrr
    lark H
    mm Iron. Co.u.hai . Adri.i
    i '."I F Snuih. Srh Mary r.
    line. Sch l.i.l.. Anna S. Sell
    . H Jones. M V I
    T. B. Radar. Sel. Mai .
    ' v Vr*' Keskldre. Yoehl
    Yachl Tin Hat.a. Hen I
    Hoaallne M. Sch I........ y,
    1 Sl" "'......' W S. Ii I
    Hiina. M V C I M Tamiii, Bch
    roa W Smith. s,h Mai... I!
    ABMIt M -
    ' T;.. Hang 13 inn. net
    DH traga CaBJSff Islands
    Hydro. I.SIt km. net. Capt
    dooat iwiuneen 44 ton* m
    from St Vincent
    Willematad. l.afls Ions n*
    i. Il.i*t lr..n, Trinidad
    . f anadlan Crulier. J.aj* |
    Clara*, fr..... t I .....
    Eczema itch
    Killed In 7 Minutes
    Tour akin ha* nearl.
    -- . aaa* aeaa ikiii
    and raaae t. roi.u i-
    :. aenia. Peeling Hurnl' .
    Ringworm, I'aoriaala, I'
    IMmplea. Poet leek and other Met.
    tshea Ordinary treatments .
    relief he. auae they do no|
    k 11 the germ rauae. Th* new .li*.- "
    an N.soderm. k.iu ihg g-rm* In I
    1 Is guirnntreil '

    In one week, or atom
    !'"" 'I" guaranteed
    Ni*od*rm h
    Nixoderm
    r*r Xfcla TnaUll f. ukV '
    SHIPPING NOTICES
    HARRISON LINE
    OUTWARD r*<>M THE I'N'ITKn KINGDOM
    SILTJENT"
    U(JA"
    rAi
    I l-ANTER"
    , TRADKlf
    fTOtn
    . 1iverpool
    I
    'pool
    ion
    aiw a
    Due
    Ltavet Barbados
    2th Oct. llth Nov.
    'th Nov 30th Nov.
    nth Nov.
    1 Tih Nov
    29th Nov.
    30th Nov.
    24th Nov. 0th Dec.
    Ketch -Tzii Hung
    1% From page 5
    rcssci faun | for j I nihaliig of
    the I'jiiiwi fin Colon, i Bwln-
    burne. Miles Smeettm bought
    her over from Swinburne.
    And for spuce, T*u Hang car-
    lies a small forocaxtle with .1
    cot and next to that a two-berth
    cabin. A saloon with two fold-
    ing bertha are midship. Then
    there Is the galley, a small chart
    room and a dof house. II. r m-
    ginc works off pMrol Mai Qm
    ciKiking in flone with pMTOl
    From Barbados. Miles Smeeton
    ill be takinK T/u It.-ing l.
    Antigua. She will nail from
    Antigua for Panama bef
    on to Salt Spring Island where
    Hie family will live Tzu Hang
    will be drv docked I
    cleaning and painting.
    Mile* Smeeton is .1 n-ini-i
    soldier. He wai in the British
    Army before World War II.
    during which war he served in
    the Indian Army. He prefene.1
    not to speak of his exponent- lr
    the army.
    I*
    KIDNEY
    TROUBLE
    Nr.'g a mmdlcinm mad*
    spcia//v ror ft . .
    yoa oaapact thai tBgaV.
    "ilMitalu grraiur- wsta agaar
    Sadacyg .1 gearajJV SMSHB1 that
    they need g oarracriaa gaadgejaa.
    Neglected kidatrr. gte. rMa M
    anoua djaTiagjaa; asaaaaajaj
    each as harb^Tn,L rtiggita:
    SS.
    16
    MOMlrWatalO FOR THF. I NIT El I KINGDOM
    Vaaiel e. Closet III
    Vm*" For !<"
    "TRIBESMAN"
    "STATESMAN"
    . I^ndtin
    I.'-iidi.n
    3rd Nov.
    End Nov.
    --------. Ibayo, aaatka, BiaaUar
    ilgetii Jlii anth aralitiadi RgaJ
    anting. Tha(lllgal|ffh*j*aaataM
    tba kidocag grow ifsasBs* aaa
    fail to pertarm tasar mcbivJ
    (oacboa of baipaaf ta> taawavasT
    bArmfnl uDsagtbas frosa the
    BrstaoL Yo, caa nstara d-ac
    *itai oreaoa | Mraal actreirr
    i b_ takiag; Ds Wax's Pbbv
    They act dirnrfly an tha
    kidneji
    mu. a
    uoera u iuuklj foal fjM jootl Marr
    fccd.ui.ff. TfjBassslar
    jour tronUo. Go to
    roar caaaoket sod
    gata-npplr
    1
    :
    3
    OUR
    GUARANTEE
    Do Witts PiUs
    ifactDTed under *bicUV hyfiaoic
    . Jitiona and Hi- innrssiaiils coo-
    lot in to rtgtd ttandaida of purity
    P;WITTS PILLS
    '/? Sdrioy and Bladder TfoubWi
    r hrto toln..lto. wl, M . .
    DA COSTA 4 CO., LTD.-Ateet.
    Canadian Nalional Steamships
    SOl'laBOUMB
    CAN CRUIflKK--
    CAN t:HAI.IJLNQER"
    LADY RODNEY"
    . AN 1 .-rHt'fTOH
    LADV -,n-voN
    to Kill II u -.1)
    IADY N El AON
    -sll. -..1. .(H Aaakaaj
    "T-'oc't MM"oV: - -."-
    S Ort 1 Noy
    SO Nov
    an.
    Arrty..
    hs. ta-
    ll Not
    IT !>,.
    IMS
    I Jan
    I Nov I Mav
    IS Now
    . SS No* M No*
    IDar !>.
    1 Dec 10 Dae
    *"taa,
    l.k.
    II Nov
    GARDINER AUSTIN A CO., LTD.-AgenU.
    STEAMSHIP CO.
    Ttr,
    k. < m
    ill. Iron
    '' Clark..
    M Oharle- A. M..I ..,. r..
    ia>i 1 leave tt.. tar brgndfu*
    Seawoil
    Prom ANTK.I'A AlKe Mm,
    gkfhaal i|...i,,t
    Huggim. Laol
    1 M.M.r.M!,' I
    1 PB Jr.

    I r-l..... ITJF1IT.I RICO George t
    wispm, Marll n wn., Jamas
    . ,
    ! I
    H-ret A Walroll Mr.h.med Maaa Pstel
    i.i 1 vi 11 at s n\ n h 1 \ ov
    Eurctha Brtygaju Henaan Pirkertni
    William Clatwortr.. Will. Sj
    1 .> -i.i 1 .... .. k. nru SflM
    MAIL NOTICF.
    M-.l. for Ihe Unit*
    -.11 lie .I...
    e*>al Office a. under
    Panel Mall at 10 1.
    1 Ordl......
    mi the I", Novemlvi.
    FRENCH LINE
    Ur (ilr TraiisallintiqBf
    Sailing, to
    ENGLAND FRANCF
    "GASCOGNE" November
    3rd, 19S1. via St. Lucia. Mar-
    tinique, Guadeloupe and
    Antigua.
    THE SCHEDULE
    A1J. THAT parcel of land conlalnlng
    no rood and seven perches adiolnna
    land, of Saint Chriitopner'i Girl*' School
    ie Parish of Chrl.t Church and bound-
    _ on land* of M Haiktwood on lands
    of A Clarke, on land, nf EstwU-k Kirlon
    land* of Ihe aald St Chrletopher'a
    1*' School and on the public hl*M..v
    I .partic.ilarl- shown and delineated
    Ihe plan thereof d.led the llth dav of
    V IMI certified by C K Nlchol*.
    AlJ.-nn> SAVAGE.
    ng Co
    IICNGAI.OW OR FIAT Peigli.h
    Couple, no Children desire Small House.
    Bungwiuw or Plat, on Baa, peeferablv
    unfuirothed Permanent Bet.t mnit be
    mudei.te to careful tenant* Pull par-
    llo*. P co Advocate
    I 11 11 In
    MACHINES Old Sewing Machine
    out or order Apply V. Vaughan. P.ir
    child St or King Street SO 13 11
    . '-*-'-'''''e^'e*e*e^VCrOOOOO<
    Siluatbns Varan!
    I.ADY ON HOI IDAV De.1.-.
    young lady companion. Whit*
    preferably Age. twenlv-Ave lo
    thirt Call after II m Hotel
    VERY POPULAR
    She,
    an
    B M
    fjj- fast th. son or oven llouae-
    wlva* love
    gey- Poten* and onl one burner
    Easy to keep d**n and mod-
    er.telv nrieed
    nave ror BOOKin
    TET POR ONI'
    Call and are them for yourself
    before all are delivered
    LADIES! Just Inaacked.
    SPUN
    SILKS!
    In ri.in Shades. Small and
    Large Floral, A Bordered
    Dcslgnm You would love
    these. Call at
    THANI-bros
    Pr. Win. Henry Street
    DIAL 346G
    OFFICER PAYS VISIT
    0 From page .'.
    he the MCOSsfJ in the Writ Indie;
    10 follow Ihfj lean uf tlie H.u .
    rVjllet Furcc which had dogs
    .learly n year nan.
    Rqa aacl Pcgg, (he local Polb
    Dogs, will be pre. Show which will be given t th-
    Annual Industrial Exhil
    Commissioner of Polir*- ,- 1-.,
    contemplating giving
    jumping, .'iahlng, tracking, .'
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    ll.\KH.\IM>S ADVOCATE
    WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7. 1S1
    West Indies In Sorry Position'
    OllCi llsltllllt
    Well On Tap
    From H4ROI.ll DALC
    SYDNI I
    thll thr
    the betier the real show on the
    "prnlriu night
    kt-ters are
    hoping that the axiom applies ta
    EVCn Mini I .
    ml that* arc huge nun
    hers of ihuc in all parl
    Fmulrewould have la
    have made a
    nI their game against tjiiecnslaivi
    Nothing h.i gone right 'or then
    .tiling has cot
    failed their weakened Hack we
    at one stage this i
    thini dangerousl) like despair
    their Aeldtl i 'idly dis-
    nd even John I
    What link it.< i
    and truly, that in sport a leant
    earns Its lurk, and the Queen*
    larders earned theirs. The State
    captain. Carrlgan this morning
    Imrra *SS . r't.
    raach the highest total of
    hli career.
    Four Caleb** Dropped
    Me ha*** thai than was need
    for quick runs ami he set about
    SttuiK "hem in a manner lh.it DO
    llan bowler coul I
    thinr. to interrupt. They might
    have been mon
    some of the ratchaa lieen taken,
    but four were dropped.
    With stirr wind blowing down
    the wicket. Uuddard persisted
    ... ,tn part-Urn* bowl*
    i. while John Tiini \v;i;
    neglected in the outileld yearning.
    ] Imagine, rot .. few. overs on this
    {ast surface with such n wind be-
    hind him
    When the)
    HA4K III Ml I.
    THE THREE TORNADOES. Vimoo<. Oyclaua and Edrtl, returned to the Mand yesterday by th- II.
    Willenistad" after a uccufnl leer. Barbados worad M points and Trinidad 39.
    W.I. Captain
    Has'BlackDav'
    HERE IS "OUR" NEW
    WORLD CHAMPION
    By FRANK M \l;< \v-
    SYDN1
    The West Indies i idUIo n
    257 to black day OH Tue:
    rill ba made be-
    IBpC.
    'Illot
    dinners of the King's
    rifle shooting.
    the pistol .22 chi
    schoolboy. Stephen Ci
    and a City of London p , W. B White L K n
    Rorkv Marclano. 27-year-old the rift* shooting must be done
    l ight from Brockton, standing and kneeling as well as
    Mass., will have brought broad in the lying position. So an
    smiles to New York's Inter- slmott perfe,! practice range was
    i innings defeat, the * his team struggling to overt national Boxing Club by his developed for trials an I
    i'.nrivi- hatian to bat with th'- " Innlnaa defeat versus Queens- summary removal of the faded at Blslcy.
    art lent determination .r men land at the Brisbane cricket and enfeebled Joe Louis. Now after several week-ends of
    w'ho fullv realisifl the require- ground, but his Melbourne Cup For Mnrelano I. under contract training the team from Which
    merit* o( tin- -ituatkm. And then choica Akbai u dattowI* baatan to the IBC. who, for nho first time the Anal choice
    SartricM swallow-dived in left in the Australian Hassie. C.oddard since they look over from Mike gins to take shai
    htnded ImWoVilo hold a catch, chose the New Zealand stayer to Jacobs, eeem to have found In I includes Will.* and Bennett.
    and wicket keeper Grout flung win the Cup after seeing the horse Bocky a comparatively young both former
    lumself incredlblv sideways to in New Zaaland n rauU to heavy-weight capable of puling I'ri/e at Bisley for
    hold aoothcr, and Rae and Stoll- Australia (.oddnrtf. being n blood- In the customers to the right kind E. rieicnei
    mever had gone for H. Weeke> itock owner lh the West Indie*, of tune.
    looked weU rt. when Ravine, was iropnaWd by Akbart breed- Kard Charles, rettftgnugd_ ai
    deceived him with flight and mg Akbar, run down In the world champion in the U.S.A. i
    i. torn rtralgtit by the winner Chita, lost when he outpointed Louis laaf
    uarten f .. Umgtt >ear. w*< never a big box-office I
    ntneuon.
    ball On the ,n.kei .rout the West And when Charlfl
    Qoddard by the veteran. Jersey Joe Wal-
    worrying time Batting falluf*a to. colt last summer, the American
    hhnttri ihe wiekei Marshall both innings with an inadequate heavy-weight market seemed to
    excused -it was a freak I owling atlm-k were not good have touched bottom.
    Walcott made the most unwise enough '" maJui an lrflpraa**on on I'nbealen
    attempt to hook a ball that never the Queensland side in the Brat Now Marclano, unbeaten in 37
    i th.it left ChrUtianl and first-class match of the tour fights, appears on the scene
    dome/ C.oddarn's strategy of keeping Next move, they tell mo. will be
    No Purpose Hamadhln and Val- a light lietween him and Charlei
    ntine .. Graf la tins, match wnh a world title bout with
    rill possibly lead to his being Walcott as part of the pi
    l.md scored loo Marclano. by the w .
    ml] t.i the tourists, experiencing already claim to be world cham-
    nin-gettHig failures. plonas recognised by Britain
    Worried Sleep J""J Eur"P/-i hu* *J*td ol C
    The team went u. I..-.1 early on '">! awarded the title to
    to, ;, Mrrwd liaap1', " 'r "' l->"do" wln
    Three Ttmm&nfm
    li.-im-ii Home
    , c> '
    I .do TornstaOai
    ^^sfully defeated Trin-
    kikd m ih* ""lal Tor-
    n.ido yachting series ever to be
    kaid n> 0h west Intttaa, ra-
    le the island
    rr.orning bj KM B 8 WlllemaUd
    Also returning on the t\illrmud
    and Mr. I.
    Huad of Vamposc. the boat to give
    ridJvldual perfnrmanc*
    Jackie Hoad of Ednl
    Parklnt, -.kij |
    " * crew of Cyclone. M
    ' k raid Nicl
    urned earlier I
    ii PvrkJns t<
    w>r iat! 1 ha
    "lie anil the Ti
    .'able,"


    ' -In ; ::utdle the
    < Their boiiti
    , in iha
    ,ine hafort the tour/ he *o He ilt sure i,wit with mon
    vlien the Trinidad boat
    Bafbaslaji naod rar rh>
    i| keen
    In hll Opinion Larry flrist wa
    the outstanding helmsman for tin
    Trlnldadlans Ho skippered the
    T'mado owned bv "T'
    I
    Mi Parkins said: "W.
    Ircmaly grateful lo < ommoilore
    lh Trloldajd
    V irlit Clllb Ud Mrs Stoute who'
    . ..
    I!.. |g
    looking forward to the visit of the
    rils Trained1
    V^rit ulliirai
    ^clcnli-ls

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    programme of agricultural devei-
    i.l be trained ,i...


    i s 10-da
    Dr Cummings was
    K A < 4 the Ja-
    t to study agri-
    uhure in ''i j, view
    F.A.O.
    Skip Id tin
    ii itlon
    made two grabi
    catch.
    Harahall
    living up to hli name when
    SItched In n bowler's footmark
    roke vntii-lly at right angle!
    The,
    gjgbi
    obsctin
    have battled tn but once '
    C.oddard's purpose Is
    . At live wickets ft>r 101
    the game was beyond any reas-
    onable possibility of saving. It
    wotild have been letter hud the
    Innings finished In a blare of
    Valiant .nid suicidal hitting.
    WSST INDUS Fir
    I......
    whirh would have left the lour- [(linking ,,l rVida> tin
    ists two days of rest before the (j..v of the Hist fast at Brisbane Snvold was beaten by Loui
    Test. Md * Pnl of the "^ ."ow_Louis has Iwen knocked
    West IndU aantpalga to prove
    v i. ma in the world
    of iilcket Thi- lob ahead now
    appej
    riouab Howavar, Iha toursn
    are still brimful ol i onOdcnco, rI
    .i hundred |m-i Walcott who is surTenng fr
    Ugtd ..i. of the nose
    ra ill of Saturday's batting
    accident. The orcnei "i u.no- prlga al Norwich
    is reported fastest competitor over 40.
    , havi It is significant that this .*
    him to ptoy n Prlda) parfacUs on l-ondon RC als>
    tit .culling event on the card .it
    Pig] Wai Ultarruptad OB Tliaa* Marlow mid the Metropolitan
    . allow " phuwri to listen Hegattaa, two out of three at
    i-> .i daatrlptlon of lh> Melhnume Walton, and seniors al R
    ( up. The sweep conducted by the and Stalnes. In adflilUni. Tony
    by Hill Ferguson. Fox brought back to Iha IbV
    n .....the every i-lassU- of tr.
    benarlciar) of 'in- iweanl U Khmles74 To-dav
    Whleh the West Seventy-four veais ,.!,( i.Hi.iv -
    Willred HhiKlcs. !,., >.,v. uj,-
    OIUNm \KXi 1 m inningi


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    Chruiu. not i

    I'll*
    Toui tat | waw
    3 *lrhri-
    rufui Arrhrr 1 f.ir ^- fa . i
    JohtMtin u tor 14 id UrCocI 0 fo
    out by Marclano.
    I do in* think we shall
    Mtng "our" champion here lusl
    ,;,:;;; ;;,,:; yet. For the man l^hind Mr.
    - i ciano is Al Weillwhose job ii
    life Is that of IBC matchmake
    n Square Garden. Nev
    York
    r astcM Veteran
    Cai i i'i.n'1 rwgfasjd a specia
    being lh
    "BOOSTER PUMP"
    SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. ft
    *ome day may graft a
    coaod heart to act as a booster
    pump to the system of those pti-
    1th heart disease This Is
    a prediction by three Ghlcagi
    ipraiaUatS. Their speculation, con-
    tained In a forum report at the
    American College of Burgeons
    CJIaioal Consvaaa, Dri bnmanuel
    Marcus. Samuel N. T. Wong, and
    Aldo Lulaads of the Chu-ago Medi-
    cal School revealed this in trans-
    planting a living heart from one
    - ntmal "o another.
    So far. however, they have not
    been able to keep the transplanted
    hoart heating for more than 4H
    hours.
    I p.
    WHAT'S ON TODAY
    NHaa OfaVal and OatM i
    4>rlglnal luri.dl.t.ii,i 10.OH
    C II rt ..,:
    lo.oe a ,n
    :r.im iphmie Rcrit.'l lire-
    e ihal In Mi. R. l>eFanu
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    !,... O. .I!
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